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Antiques Saturday 17th July 2010

Viewing Wednesday 14th July 10am - 7pm

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SALE COMMENCES AT 10AM Sale Number LT288

Thursday 15th July 10am - 5pm Friday 16th July 10am - 5pm (restricted viewing due to Jewellery & Silver Sale) Morning of Sale from 9am Specialists Harry Douglas-Hamilton

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CERAMICS, GLASS AND WORKS OF ART 1 A Finesse 21 classic sailing yacht titled “Meanda” (MDLH9) Built 1965 by Platt SOLD IN SITU AND AS FOUND clinker mahogany on Canadian rock elm, original fibreglass sheathed deck and cabin top, lifting keel, roller reefing on main and genoa, Stuart Turner P5 inboard, four berths, gas cooker, chemical heads, VHF, ship’s and hand bearingcompasses, echo sounder, inflatable dinghy, trailing log, twin auto bilge pumps, solar battery charger, twin ‘leisure’ batteries and other extras, Survey report 2006. Please Note: Viewing is by appointment only at Granton, Edinburgh. Insurance, yard and mooring charges are extra costs. Further work is needed on this item.

21 feet Caveat: The specifications for this lot have been supplied by the vendor and the auctioneer offers no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information supplied. This lot is not subject to return.

£2,500-3,500 2 An 18th century Chinese export famille rose plate of shaped octagonal form, decorated with figures in a landscape with a a flower and bird border 22cm wide £150-250 2A An 18th century Chinese export famille rose tea pot and cover of globular form, decorated with panels of flowers on a purple scale ground 14cm high £200-300

3 Two late 19th/early 20th century Chinese ivory figures comprising: Guanyin as a standing figure with flowing drapery and hands crossed, 13.5cm high (damages); and a figure of a man with a goatee beard, holding a peach in his right hand and with a small deer on his left side, 10cm high (damages) (2) £200-300 4 A Chinese Qingbai type footed bowl Probably Song/ Yuan Dynasty of circular tapering form with a thick light blue glaze 15.5cm diameter £120-180 5 A pair of 19th century Staffordshire spill vases each decorated with a cow and a calf on a naturalistic ground base (2) 27cm high £150-250 6 A group of 19th century Staffordshire wares comprising: a double flatback of Tam.O.Shanter and Sooter Johnny’, 32cm high; a pair of flatbacks of a man and a woman, 37cm and 36cm high; a flatback of a man and his dog, 25cm high; a flatback titled ‘Rival’, 25cm high; a flatback of a two storey house, 18.5cm high; and a flat back of a three storey house titled ‘Potash Farm’, 14cm high (7) £200-300 7 A Staunton wood chess set By Jacques & Son London contained in a box with a label (32) Queen 7.5cm high £300-500

8 A 19th century Anglo-Indian stained and carved ivory chess set (lacking one piece) (31) Queen 6.5cm high £250-350 9 Sir Compton Mackenzie Interest A pair of early 20th century ivory boot hooks each with yellow metal crest of a sun and the motto ‘Luceo Non Uro’; and a matching brush; a group of paper book plates; and a David Andersen knife (qty) £120-180 10 Three 19th century painted porcelain miniature plaques each of oval form decorated with a lady in costume, in a gilt and ebonised frame (3) each 8.5cm x 7cm £200-300 11 A late 19th century painted porcelain and glass tankard of facetted tapering form, scroll handle, pewter cover with circular painted porcelain panel of a lady looking in the mirror and kissing her image, impressed mark 16cm high £120-180 12 A 19th century portrait minature of a young lady of oval form, the lady wearing a white dress, in a an ebonised and gilt metal frame 8cm x 6cm £150-200

13 A late 18th century Continental portrait miniature of a lady watercolour on ivory, the oval portrait contained in a later red enamel and silver frame 7cm x 4.5cm (including frame) £150-250 14 A late 18th century Worcester blue printed mug decorated with ‘parrot pecking fruit pattern’, blue crescent mark 12cm high £200-300 15 An early 19th century replacement plate In the Japanese Imari manner decorated in polychrome with chrysanthemums and rockwork with gilt highlights, double blue concentric ring to base 21cm diameter £150-250 16 A late 18th/ early 19th century New Hall tea pot and cover of shaped oval section, decorated with a basket of flowers surrounded by floral sprigs, red mark to base ‘N171’ 19cm high £150-250 17 An early 19th century Chamberlain’s Worcester miniature porcelain chamberstick decorated with flowers and gilt highlights, painted mark (chipped) 8cm wide, 4cm high £200-300

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18 A 19th century Sunderland lustre jug decorated to one side with a scene of the Iron bridge and to the other side with a verse inscription, 18cm high; a Sunderland lustre mug decorated to one side with the ‘Sailor’s Farewell’ and to the other side with a verse inscription, the interior with an applied frog, 13cm high; a Sunderland lustre mug decorated to one side with the ‘Sailor’s Farewell’ and to the other side with an inscription, 12cm high (3) £200-300 19 An 18th century Dutch brass table tobacco box of oval form with ornate loop handle, hinge and lock, the interior with two compartments 17cm wide £400-600 20 A George III brass tobacco box of oval section with tobacco, snuff and pipe compartments, the cover with a white metal cartouche inscribed ‘Wm. Wallace’ 14cm long £400-600 21 A 19th century Scottish charcoal flat iron of pear shaped section with wood handle, brass fittings and iron base 16cm wide, 15cm high, 8cm wide £200-300 22 A 19th century Continental ivory crucifix the ivory corpus below an ivory name plate inscribed ‘INRI’, on an ebonised Latin cross 15.5cm wide, 31cm high £200-300 23 A Regency mahogany work box of rectangular form with shell marquetry and boxwood lining, standing on gilt ball feet, 21cm wide, 10cm high, 15cm deep; and a mahogany tea caddy of rectangular form, 22cm wide, 12cm high, 13cm deep (2) £150-250 24 A late 19th century Austrian cold painted bronze figure of a curlew standing upright 8.5cm high £150-200 25 A 20th century Wedgwood black basalt bowl with applied white frieze decoration of classical maidens dancing, impressed marks 25cm diameter £100-200

26 A cased Curta calculator type I no.53508 designed by Curt Herzstark and made in Liechtenstein by Contina A G Mauren, in black metal canister screw with screw off lid and an instruction manual 10.5cm high £150-250 27 A Chinese carved green hardstone bowl decorated with mythological creatures, on a stained wood foliate carved stand (2) bowl 25cm wide, 10.5cm high £200-300 28 A group of five Chinese and Japanese carved wood stands comprising: a stand of flower form on five scrolling legs on a reticulated flower form base, 19cm wide, 12.5cm high (damages); a double lozenge form stand, 13.5cm wide, 3cm high (damages); and three carved wood stands, 21.5cm wide, 7.5cm high; 16cm wide, 5.5cm high; 19.5cm wide, 3cm high (5) £150-200 29 A pair of 20th century blue and gilt vases each of baluster form, square base with twin scrolling handles, decorated with a trophy of arms above eagle motifs and opposing panels depicting Napoleon on horseback, gilt mark to base (2) 52cm high £200-300 30 A pair of 20th century vases and covers each vase of ovoid form with twin gilt metal scrolling handles, standing on figural gilt metal tripod legs over a circular base, decorated with a frieze of classical figures on a pink ground with gilt highlights, gilt mark (2) 50cm high £300-500 31 A pair of 20th century pâte-surpâte vases and covers each of baluster form with scroll handles, standing on a square base, decorated with a frieze of classical figures on a pink ground with gilt highlights, gilt mark (2) 38cm high £200-300

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32 A 20th century pâte-sur-pâte ewer and under plate the ewer of ovoid form with gilt figural handle, on a circular base, the under plate of circular form with domed well, each decorated with a frieze of classical figures on a pink ground with gilt highlights, gilt mark (2) ewer 40cm high, under plate 35cm diameter £200-300 33 A pair of 20th century pâte-surpâte vases each of baluster form with scrolling handles, standing on a square base, decorated with classical figures on a pink ground with gilt highlights, gilt mark to base (2) 60cm high £300-500 34 A pair of 20th century pâte-surpâte urns each of typical form with classical maiden mask handles, standing on a square base, decorated with a frieze of classical figures on a pink ground with gilt highlights, gilt mark (2) 35cm high £200-300 35 A pair of 20th century pâte-surpâte vases and covers each of ovoid form with scrolling handles, decorated with a frieze of classical figures on a black ground with gilt highlights, gilt mark (2) 37cm high £200-300 36 A 20th century blue and gilt vase, cover and stand of ovoid form, standing on a square base, decorated with swags and foliate motifs, gilt mark (2) 33cm high £150-250 37 A Victorian walnut music box of rectangular form with ebony stringing, the interior movement with brass barrel, plays six tunes 48cm wide, 14cm high, 18cm deep £200-300 38 A Victorian mahogany music box the case of rectangular form with marquetry, the movemant with brass barrel, plays ten tunes 61cm wide, 16cm high, 25cm deep £250-350 39 A 19th century burr walnut stereoscope viewer with three lenses and ebonised mounts; and a box of slides of British, American and World views (qty) £150-250

40 A 19th century fruitwood spice rack of cylindrical form, composed of five compartments, 22cm high; a treen urn and cover of turned form, 19cm high; a treen string box of turned form, 12cm high; and a treen box of turned form, 7cm high (4) £150-250 41 A 19th century mahogany sewing stand of turned form, composed of two levels with six columns for spools, 19cm high; and an altered mahogany box, of shaped form with carrying handle and shaped gallery over three short drawers, 40cm wide, 26.5cm high (2) £150-250 42 A Japanese Satsuma censor and cover, Meiji Period the cover with an applied seated dragon finial, the censor with twin handles and standing on a tripod base, decorated with figural panels 33cm high £200-300 43 A pair of Japanese Satsuma vases, Meiji Period each of baluster form, decorated with figural panels and with gilt highlights (2) 25cm high £150-250 44 Two Japanese Satsuma vases, Meiji Period each of hexagonal form, decorated with landscape and figure panels on a gilt ground (2) 30cm high £200-300 45 A pair of Japanese Satsuma vases, Meiji Period each of baluster form, decorated with philosophers between borders of flowers, red character marks to base and body (2) 38.5cm high £400-600 45A Two Japanese Satsuma boxes, Meiji Period comprising: a box and cover of flattened circular form, decorated with a rectangular panel of children playing between panels of flowers, gilt mark to base, 7.5cm diameter, 3.5cm high; and a box and cover of circular form on tripod feet decorated with ladies in a landscape, gilt mark to base, 9cm diameter, 5.5cm high (2) £150-250


46 A pair of Japanese Imari vases, Meiji Period each of ovoid tapering form, decorated with opposing panels of bijin within a garden, on a floral and crane decorated ground (2) 45cm high £400-600 47 A Japanese Imari porcelain charger, Meiji Period of circular form, the well decorated with a lacquered panel of a samurai, the border with four lacquered landscape panels on a red foliate decorated ground, red six character mark to base 45.5cm diameter £150-200 47A Three Japanese wood block prints, Meiji Period each of rectangular form decorated with a samurai in a landscape, unframed (3) 38cm x 25cm £150-250 48 A pair of French bronzed vases After F. Moreau each decorated with applied and relief bird decoration, impressed marks (2) 35cm high £200-300 49 A large late 19th century Dresden style vase and cover the lobed globular body decorated with opposing panels of figural scenes, on a blue ground decorated with foliate motifs, painted mark ‘L & R’ to base 43cm high £200-300 50 A pair of 19th century opaline glass vases each of baluster form, decorated in polychrome with birds on branches on a crackle ground (2) 27cm high £300-400 51 A 19th century Minton ‘Genevese’ pattern blue printed ashet of shaped oblong form, 43cm wide, 34cm deep; and a blue printed tureen of oblong form with canted corners, lion mask handles and finial, the whole decorated with landscape scenes, 32cm wide, 21cm high (2) £200-300 52 A 19th century Chinese green crackle glaze vase of ovoid form 24cm high £250-350

53 A 19th century Chinese blue painted ginger jar and cover In the Kangxi manner of ovoid form, decorated with opposing panels of antiquities on a prunus decorated ground, blue four character mark to base 25cm high £400-600 54 A pair of 19th century Chinese jars and covers each of baluster form, decorated with two phoenixes on rockwork amidst flowers on a light green ground (2) 40cm high £200-300 55 A 19th century bronze figure of a bishop standing and holding a bible, on a socle base 13cm high £100-200 56 A green onyx and gilt metal column ashtray with circular bowl over a baluster column on a circular base 72cm high £120-180 57 A 19th century childs’ teapot and cover of squat oval form with black printed design of a cat playing a fiddle with a dog and a cow jumping over the moon, the opposite side with a rocking horse 15cm wide, 8cm high, 7.5cm deep £200-300 58 A 19th century miniature painting of a Venetian courtesan oil on metal, in a metal mount 3cm square £150-250 59 A 19th century Chinese silkwork table top panel decorated with cockerels, butterflies and birds on flowering branches and rockwork, the hardwood frame with foliate mother of pearl inlay 59cm x 51cm £300-500 60 A Chinese famille noire plate Guangxu mark of circular form, decorated with flowers, red overglaze six character mark to verso 24cm high £200-300

61 A 19th century Chinese painting of a tiger brush on paper, character marks to right side 46cm x 26cm £200-300 62 A 19th century Chinese silk embroidered badge decorated with a butterfly and flowers 30cm x 12cm £150-200 63 A pair of Chinese blue painted vases In the Kangxi manner each of ovoid form, decorated with figures in a landscape, artemisia leaf mark to base, 15cm high (one damaged); and another of similar form and decoration, artemisia leaf mark to base, 15cm high (3) £150-200 64 A group of 18th century and later Chinese export wares comprising: a famille rose armorial tankard, 14.5cm high; four cups and a saucer, each decorated with green dragons; an armorial cup with motto ‘Spes Prima Salutis’; a blue painted saucer with a landscape scene; and a red painted floral bowl (damages) (8) £150-250 65 Three 19th century Chinese Canton enamel dishes each of oval shaped form, decorated with white flowers on a blue ground (3) 15cm wide £150-250 66 A large group of 18th/ 19th century English porcelain cups and saucers of assorted patterns (damages and rubbing) (qty) £200-300 67 A late 19th/ early 20th century part cake set Retailed by T. Goode & Co. Ltd. London each with a foliate border in red, purple and gilt, printed marks, comprising: six plates, five saucers, three slop bowls, three dishes and a muffin dish and cover (18) £150-250 68 A 19th century ivory and ebonised crucifix the ivory corpus below an ivory plaque, on a Roman cross 51.5cm high £200-300

69 An early 19th century Barr, Flight & Barr porcelain plate decorated in the Cozzi, Venice style with flowers in polychrome, impressed ‘BFB’ mark, 22.5cm wide; a similarly decorated plate, 23cm wide; a plate decorated with flowers and leaves, 21cm wide; and a Paris porcelain plate decorated with two birds on a branch with a gilt border, 23.5cm diameter (4) £150-200 69A An early 19th century Spode part tea and coffee service decorated in the imari palette, pattern number ‘1495’, comprising: twelve saucers, nine tea cups, eight coffee cans, two plates, teapot, cover and under plate, a sucrier and cover, a slop bowl, a milk jug; and a Royal Crown Derby imari palette dish, pattern ‘383’ (37) £300-400 70 An 18th/ 19th century blue painted Delft plate the well decorated with an urn of flowers within a floral border and yellow rim 22.5cm diameter £120-180 71 A late 19th/ early 20th century golfing porcelain patch box of oblong form with canted corners, the cover decorated with a gentleman and a lady golfer with crossed clubs 5cm wide, 3cm high, 4cm deep £120-180 72 An 18th century opaque twist stem wine glass with bell bowl, double opaque twist stem and conical foot 17.5cm high £150-250 73 A 19th century Continental red air twist stem wine glass with bell bowl over a double red and white opaque twist stem and conical foot 17cm high £200-300 74 A group of Regency cut glass wares each item with stepped cut decoration, comprising: four custard glasses, three bottles and stoppers, two footed bowls and covers, a basket and cover and another basket (damages) (11) £200-300

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75 A group of 18th century and later glasses comprising: three glasses, each with a funnel bowl, faceted stem and conical foot with etched landscape scenes and gilt rim, 14.5cm high; three glasses, each with a trumpet bowl, double opaque twist stem, conical foot and vine etched bowl, 16cm high; two cordial glasses, each with an ogee bowl, double opaque twist stem, conical foot, gilt floral decoration, 12.5cm high; three glasses, each with a bell bowl, double opaque twist stems, plain foot, 12cm high; and a glass with an ogee bowl, faceted stem and conical foot, 15cm high (12) £400-600 76 A group of 18th century and later glasses comprising: a glass with ogee bowl, plain stem and conical folded foot, 14cm high; a double opaque twist stem glass with conical foot, 13.5cm high; an ale flute, the funnel bowl with etched design on a plain stem with conical folded foot, 15.5cm high; four glasses, each with funnel bowl, plain stem and conical foot, 11.5cm high; a cordial glass with faceted bowl and stem and conical foot, 10.5cm high; and a cut glass finger bowl of fluted design, 9.5cm high (9) £150-250 77 A pair of Steuban glass birds etched mark to base 15cm high £200-300 78 A pairof 18th century German Laurenstein wine glasses each with gilt rim, above drawn trumpet bowl, the stem with seven air tears, over folded foot (2) 15.5cm high £200-300 79 A mid 19th century white opaline glass egg bowl and cover the cover moulded as a hen lying down, the base with wickerwork pattern 20cm wide, 18cm high £250-350 80 A late 19th century red overlay glass decanter and stopper 39.5cm high £150-250 81 A George III mahogany banjo barometer of typical form with boxwood inlay and silvered dials 98cm high £300-500

82 An Admiral Fitzroy barometer in a glazed mahogany case 94cm high Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£150-250 83 A George III mahogany stick barometer By John Miller, Edinburgh (17461815) broken pediment (losses) above an engraved rectangular brass plate with sliding vernier, the frame with boxwood and ebony herringbone inlay, circular cistern cover 97cm high £1,000-1,500 84 Three 19th century circular lacquer boxes comprising: a box with a portrait of Mary Stuart and inscribed to interior, 9.5cm diameter; a box decorated with a boy with a cup and a jug, 9cm diameter; a box with geometric design, 8cm diameter (3) £200-300 85 A mid 19th century rococo style part dinner service decorated in peach and pale lemon with gilt highlights, pattern 3070, comprising: twenty four plates, twelve side plates, twelve bowls, four graduated dishes, three dishes and covers (one damaged), a large tureen cover and underplate, a small tureen cover and underplate and a small tureen with fixed underplate and cover (60) £200-300 86 A mid 19th century rococo style matched part fruit service decorated in peach and pale lemon with gilt highlights, pattern 3070, comprising: twenty four plates, three comports and two dishes (29) £150-200 87 A 19th century Chitty family sampler showing the parents and their offspring, surrounded by animal, bird, insect and foliate motifs within a foliate border 547cm x 31cm £250-350 88 An 18th century band sampler By Helen Duncan, September 10, 1747 decorated with geometric bands above the alphabet 65.5cm x 20.5cm £250-350

89 An early 19th century sampler By Helen Wills 1805 depicting a house over a ship with inscription ‘Two brothers of Montrose’, surrounded by foliate and animal motifs 44cm x 32cm £250-350 90 A 19th century sampler By Janet Ritchie, 1837 decorated with an alphabet and numbers above crown motifs and initials within a foliate border 45cm x 32cm £150-250 91 A Victorian woolwork of a parrot sitting on a branch within an ornate frame 44cm x 35cm £200-300 92 A 20th century abalone and lacquer box of rectangular form, brass stringing, the cover set with a yellow metal kiwi bird motif 15cm wide, 4.5cm high, 11cm deep £200-300 93 A group of four late 18th century coloured engravings After Kay comprising: ‘Turncoats and cut throats’, marked ‘I.K. 1796’, 24.5cm x 19.5cm; an engraving of soldiers, marked ‘I. Kay 1795’, 24.5cm x 19.5cm; ‘A whim or a visit to the mud bridge’, marked ‘Kay fecit. 1786’, 19.5cm x 24.5cm; and an engraving of a tavern scene, marked ‘Kay 1784’, 19.5cm x 24.5cm (4) £150-250 94 A Japanese enamel plate, Meiji Period decorated with two monkeys, two birds and a deer in a landscape, floral border, geometric scrollwork to verso 30.5cm diameter £250-350 95 An 18th century Chinese blue painted dish of scalloped form, decorated with floral motifs, 35cm wide; a Chinese blue painted dish of octagonal form, decorated with a landscape scene, 34cm wide; and a Chinese blue painted dish of twelve sided form, decorated with a river scene, 37cm wide (3) £200-300

96 An 18th century carved ivory box Inscribed ‘Marianal a Paris le Jeune fecit’ of rectangular form, the cover decorated with a landscape scene within a floral surround, the interior decorated with flowers (damages) 8.5cm wide, 1.5cm high, 6cm deep £150-250 97 A group of six 19th century English assorted porcelain fruit plates comprising: two plates, each well painted with fruit and with a blue border with gilt highlights, pattern number ‘106’, 21.5cm wide; two plates, each well painted with flowers with a vine leaf border and gilt highlights, 22cm wide; and two plates, each well painted with flowers with a reticulated border with gilt highlights, 23cm wide (6) £200-300 98 An 18th century Whieldon type tortoiseshell glazed plate of circular scalloped form with moulded floral and butterfly border 23.5cm diameter £150-200 99 A 19th century sedan clock the white dial with black Arabic numerals within a circular ebonised frame, movement replaced and marked ‘John Walker 15 Jewels Swiss Made’ 14.5cm diameter £200-300 100 A Scottish pottery figure of a kilted Scotsman with a sporting gun and his dog, standing on a naturalistic base, 18cm high (damages); a Prestonpans pottery figure group flat back of fishwives, 22cm high; and a pair of pottery seated figures of a man and a woman clad in tartan, each 19cm high (4) £200-300 101 An early/ mid 19th century Derby figure of a girl with a net standing on a naturalistic base (damages) 18cm high £120-180 102 A 19th century Walton figure group titled ‘Songsters’ modelled as a man and a woman with a dog and a swan in front of bocage, 21.5cm high; and a pottery figure of a seated boy reading a book in front of bocage, 18cm high (2) £200-300

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103 A 19th century English porcelain cup and saucer Possibly Derby painted en grisaille with wild animals with gilt highlights; a coffee can and saucer painted en grisaille with flowers with gilt highlights; and a coffee can painted en grisaille with a ruined castle (5) £150-250 104 A group of Chinese porcelain wares each decorated in blue, red, green and yellow with foliate motifs, blue six character mark to base, comprising: three saucers, a bowl and a dish (5) £200-300 105 A 19th century mother of pearl painted fan the guard sticks and the interior sticks are carved mother of pearl with gilt highlights, the fan is decorated to one side with a rustic setting, the opposing side is plain, contained in a later box 28cm long £120-180 106 An 18th century lac burgaute chest on stand the chest of rectangular form with canted corners, decorated with chinoiserie scenes, 37cm wide, 27cm high, 27cm deep (box); and a lac burgaute group of five graduated boxes of circular form, each decorated with chinoiserie scenes, 7.5cm-15.5cm (6) £200-300 107 A 19th century cast brass cooking pot of circular form with twin handles and tripod feet 20cm high £120-180 108 A late 19th century brass hall lantern and bell pulls with stained and leaded glass panels of geometric design, 52cm high; and two gilt metal embroidered bell pulls, each decorated with rosettes and armorials, 195cm long (3) £150-250 109 A pair of 19th century green glass lustres each with a scalloped bowl, knopped stem and circular stepped base with an outer ring of lustres, gilt highlights (rubbing) 32cm high £300-500

110 A 19th century cranberry glass epergne the shaped dish supporting a central trumpet shaped vase, surrounded by three hooks and with three hanging baskets (one basket cracked and one replaced) 56cm high £250-350 111 Four 19th century Delft blue painted dishes each of heart shaped form decorated with landscape scenes (4) 24cm wide £150-250 112 A pair of 19th century Meissen style three branch candelabra each decorated with two figures around a tree trunk which is profusely covered with flowers, on a rococo scroll base, blue painted crossed sword mark and incised marks to base (2) 20cm high £400-600 113 A pair of Victorian style lustre wall lights each with gilt metal foliate scroll mounts with mirror backs and trailing lustres 19cm high £150-250 114 A Continental porcelain equestrian model of a mounted 2nd Dragoon (Royal Scot’s Grey’s) at the charge in early 19th century uniform with sword out-stretched and with detailed uniform and horse furniture 33cm high £600-800 115 A Royal Worcester equestrian figure of George Washington mounted on a grey horse one of 750 copies modelled by Bernard Winskill in the series Famous Military Commanders this model is number 111 and is sold with the framed certificate 46cm high £600-800 116 Three Merryweather London leather fire buckets, circa 1850 each of circular tapering form, red painted with a black and gilt border 25cm high £250-300 117 A Royal Exchange Insurance cast lead mark, circa 1860 with the Royal Exchange building cast onto the face, surmounted by the Royal crown, cast within the oval and number ‘218843’ 17cm high £200-300

118 A Royal Exchange cast lead insurance mark, circa 1820 with the Royal Exchange building cast onto the face surmounted by the royal crown 25cm high £200-300 119 A Royal Exchange cast lead insurance mark, circa 1820 with the Royal Exchange building cast onto the face surmounted by the royal crown 25cm high £200-300 120 A Royal Exchange insurance cast lead mark, circa 1860 with the Royal Exchange building cast onto the face surmounted by the royal crown (damaged) with the number ‘159080’ 25cm high £200-300 121 A Royal Exchange insurance cast lead mark, circa 1860 with the Royal Exchange building cast onto the face surmounted by the royal crown with the number ‘151997’ 25cm high £250-350 122 A Sun insurance cast lead fire mark with a raised sun face and number ‘688324’ 17cm high £200-300 123 A Sun insurance cast lead fire mark with a raised sun face and number ‘428519’ 17cm high £200-300 124 A Sun insurance cast lead fire mark with a raised sun face and number ‘421858’ 17cm high £200-300 125 A Phoenix insurance pressed copper and gilded fire mark with a raised Phoenix amidst flames 25cm high £200-300 126 A cast lead property mark decorated with a thistle on the face 17cm high £250-300

127 Four brass fire brigade hose nozzles (branches) of various sizes two mounted on wooden plinths 46cm -76cm long £300-400 128 A chrome plated rugby player car mascot, circa 1920 modelled as a player about to throw a ball, on a stained wood base 18cm high including stand £200-300 129 A pair of Japanese blue painted sake bottles each with brown glazed rim, the body decorated with trailing fruit 26cm high £150-250 130 A Neolithic type Chinese pottery jar of squat ovoid form with twin handles with red and black geometric decoration 13cm high £200-300 131 A pair of small Chinese red lacquered cabinets each of rectangular form with two panelled doors over a long drawer, serpentine apron and feet (2) 33cm wide, 44cm high, 28cm deep £200-300 131A A part set of eight hand coloured prints ‘Cries of London’ After F. Wheatley comprising: plate 1, ‘Two bunches a penny. two bunches a penny’; plate 4, ‘Do you want any Matches?’; plate 6, ‘Knives Scissors and Razors to Grind’; plate 7, ‘Fresh Gathered Peas. Young Hastings’; plate 9, ‘Strawberrys. Scarlet Strawberrys’; plate 10, ‘Old Chairs to Mend’; plate 11, ‘A New Love Song only hapenny a piece’; plate 12, ‘Hot Spice Gingerbread. Smoking hot!’ (8) each 37cm x 27cm £200-300 132 A gilt metal repeater carriage clock with platform lever escapement, the movement striking the hours on a gong, the circular white dial with black Roman numerals, the gilt metal case with handle 13.5cm high £150-1,250 133 A PY cane paper weight lampwork flower with red petals and green stem within a surround of millefiori canes 6.5cm wide £150-200

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134 A PY label paper weight lampwork of a flower with red and yellow petals and green stem on a green ground, millefiori pattern surround 6.5cm wide £150-200

141 A Monart paper weight decorated with millefiori canes on an orange ground, Monart label to base, 7cm wide; and a paper weight of similar design, unlabelled, 7cm wide (2) £200-300

135 An H cane Harlequin design paper weight decorated with eight bubbles around a central bubble on a scrambled millefiori ground 6.5cm wide £150-200

142 A group of ten Scottish paper weights ten weights of millefiori design, two weights of facetted design (10) £200-300

136 A Whitefriars type commemorative paper weight of facetted circular form with a double concentric ring of blue and white millefiori canes around an etched mark, 7.5cm wide; and a Whitefriars type weight of facetted circular form with five closely packed millefiori rings, white figure cane and numbers ‘1979’, 7cm wide (2) £200-300 137 An English paper weight decorated with concentric rings of millefiori canes in red, blue, green and white 7cm wide £150-250 138 A French paper weight decorated with red and green garlands of millefiori canes around a central blue and white cane 6.5cm wide £150-250 139 Four Venetian Murano glass paper weights comprising: a scrambled weight, paper label to base, 6cm wide; a weight with concentric rings on a scrambled white filigree base, 6cm wide; a weight with concentric rings of millefiori, paper label, 6.5cm wide; and a weight with concentric rings of millefiori, paper label, 7cm wide (4) £200-300 140 Two Perthshire paper weights comprising: a weight with concentric rings divided into five segments, ‘P’ cane, 7cm wide; a weight with cartoon character canes on a blue ground within a millefiori ring border, cane ‘P 1982’, 7cm wide; and a weight, probably by John Deacons, decorated with silhouette animal canes within green, pink and blue millefiori rings, cane ‘JD 2002’, 6.5cm wide (3) £250-350

142A A 19th century glass presse du papier decorated as a red book with a jewelled and gilt exterior and a painted panel of the Madonna and Child 13.5cm wide, 2.5cm high, 8cm deep £250-350 143 A group of glass paper weights comprising: a Caithness ‘Myriad’ pattern weight, 7cm wide; a Caithness ‘Force Ten’ pattern weight, 7cm wide; a Caithness ‘Ocean Breeze’ weight, 7.5cm wide; a Selkirk ‘Christmas 1987’ pattern weight, 7.5cm wide; a blue facetted lampwork weight of a green butterfly, 7.5cm wide; a blue facetted lampwork weight of a multi-coloured butterfly, 7.5cm wide; and a blue facetted lampwork weight of a flower, 8cm wide (7) £200-300 144 A Louis Vuitton type hand bag of tapered rectangular form wtih two handles, suede interior 35cm wide £150-250 145 A 20th century crocodile skin hand bag of oblong form with strap, suede interior 29cm wide £300-500 146 A 20th century crocodile skin hand bag By Beard’s of Cheltenham of rectangular form with two handles, suede interior 35cm wide £300-500 147 A 20th century crocodile skin satchel of tapered rectangular form and handle, suede interior 37cm wide £300-500

148 An Armande Marseille bisque head and shoulders doll impressed mark ‘3200’, 48cm long; a Simon & Harbeg bisque headed doll, impressed mark ‘1079’, 33cm long; and an Armande Marseille bisque headed doll, impressed mark ‘390’, 49cm long (3) £200-300

154 Three Japanese ivory figures, Meiji Period comprising: a figure of a lady holding a book, 17cm high; a lady holding a flower, 17cm high; and a seated man holding a sword with a noh mask at his feet, 10cm high (3)

149 A French bisque headed doll Inscribed ‘SFBJ/ 60/ Paris/ 8/0’ dressed as a kilted Scotsman, one leg loose, 30cm long; and a bisque headed doll, inscribed ‘Special/ S/ Germany/ 7/0’, 28cm long (2) £150-250

£250-350

150 An early 20th century leather doll with leather head and limbs, wearing Ottoman dress 55cm tall £150-200 151 A Staffordshire enamel candle stick of short proportions, decorated en grisaille in blue with floral sprigs, gilt highlights 11cm high £120-180 152 A group of five late 19th/early 20th century embroideries comprising: two panels, each decorated with butterflies on a blue chrysanthemum decorated ground, 66cm x 21cm; and three panels, each decorated with chinoiserie scenes, 38cm high (5) £200-300 153 A 19th century Chinese fan shaped painting depicting a lady paddling a boat on a river underneath a tree, black character marks and red seal mark, 44cm wide; and a circular painting of two woman paddling boats under a tree, black character marks and red seal mark, 25cm diameter (2) £150-250 153A A collection of Chinese internally painted glass snuff bottles including three large table snuff bottles (13) £150-250 153B A small collection of Chinese hardstone snuff bottles each of cream and pale green colour, one carved with stylised flowers, another with a duck (5) £150-250

Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

155 An early 20th century mahogany cased mantel clock the movement striking on a gong, the arched silvered dial with black Roman numerals, Fast/ Slow subsidiary dial and a Chime/ Silent subsidiary dial 35cm high Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£120-180 156 A Chinese blue painted baluster vase decorated with two ladies in a garden setting, blue six character Kangxi mark to base, but later, converted to a lamp 44cm high Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£100-150 157 A 19th century Vienna style cabinet cup and saucer decorated with scrolling flower work with a border of sun flowers, gilt highlights, blue painted mark to base (chipped) (2) cup 6cm high, saucer 13.5cm diameter Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£80-120 158 A pair of Japanese cloisonné enamel vases, Meiji Period each of ovoid form, decorated with flowers and birds on a dark blue ground (2) 18cm high Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£150-250 159 A 19th century ebony sectional flute Stamped ‘Nach/ H F Meyer/ Hanover’ three sections, 67cm long; a piccolo, stamped ‘London/ Improved/ PD/ 9’, 38cm long; and a piccolo, two sections, 38cm long (3) Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£150-250

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160 A large Chinese brass censer Xuande mark but later of circular form with twin handles, on tripod feet 30cm wide, 20cm high Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£200-300 160A A Cairo ware copper and brass tray of circular form with inlaid white metal decoration 32.5cm diameter £200-300 161 A 19th century majolica cheese dish and cover decorated with fish on a blue and green ground 24cm high Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£200-300 162 A Wedgwood type black basalt ware bowl of circular form decorated with a frieze of figures in a landscape 16cm diameter, 8.5cm high £100-150 163 A miner’s lamp By The Premier Lamp & Eng Co. Ltd. Leeds the brass and metal case of tall cylindrical tapering form with hanging hook 34cm high £150-200 164 An early 20th century paper micrometer By Louis Shopper, Leipzig, retailed by H. E. Messmer Ltd. London brass and lacquered metal 24cm high Provenance by repute: Formerly used at D. C. Thomson & Co. Dundee who were the publishers of famous comics, such as the Beano and the Dandy.

£300-400 165 A bronze figure of Venus, circa 1920 standing with her right hand raised and her left holding a piece of fruit, on a red marble plinth 62cm high £300-400 166 A ‘Dulcephone’ gramaphone By A. Mills Watson, 102 Nethergate, Dundee with oak case and large mahogany horn 56cm wide horn, 74cm high £400-600

167 An 18th century Chinese Imari porcelain bowl decorated with flowers 23cm diameter £150-250 168 A 19th century tortoiseshell snuff box of oblong form with yellow metal cartouche inscribed with initials ‘J.W.’, 9.5cm wide; a tortoiseshell snuff box of rectangular form, 9.5cm wide; and a small Japanese lacquer box of rectangular form decorated with leaves, 6cm wide (3) Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£100-150 169 An early 20th century Polish cut glass vase of baluster form with cut glass panels and inscription ‘Pamiatka z Polski od Siostry Gieni’ 29cm high £200-300 170 A 19th century Continental walnut and leather box of circular form, the cover decorated with a moulded leather portrait design titled ‘Christophorus/ AB/ Schulenburg’ to the border and ‘A.D./1536’ to the main panel, red velvet interior 7cm diameter £200-300 171 A set of six late 18th century pewter plates each of circular form with wavy edge, unmarked (6) 23cm diameter £300-500 172 A 19th century cast brass cat doorstop marks to verso 33cm high £200-300 172A A pair of brass Corinthian column lamps Of recent manufacture each with acanthus capital over a fluted column with a square section plinth base (2) 66cm high £80-120 173 A collection of watercolour studies By John Aubrey (Isabella Margaret Chalmers) pen, ink and watercolour, each framed and glazed (19) each approx. 20cm x 30cm £200-300

174 A 19th century portrait of a woman oil on canvas, the woman depicted reading at a table, in a giltwood frame 86cm x 72cm (frame) £150-200 175 A 19th century portrait of a girl oil on canvas, depicting a seated girl holding a posy of flowers, in a giltwood frame 98cm x 87cm (frame) £200-300 176 A late 19th/ early 20th century Samson gilt metal snuff box of rectangular form with serpentine front, the cover decorated with horses and riders, the sides with hunting trophies and with symbols of music and gardening, blue painted mark 7cm wide, 4cm high, 4.5cm deep £150-250 177 A bronze of an Arab mare and stallion, titled L’Accolade After Pierre Jules Mène later casting, depicting two horses standing on naturalistic ground 62cm wide, 45cm high £400-600 178 An Empire style gilt metal twin branch wall sconce surmounted by an urn atop a pedestal draped with swags 39cm high £120-180 179 A 19th century painting on porcelain of a gentleman wearing a brown coat and inset within an oval blue background, surrounded by a gilt vine and leaf border, in a gilt wood frame 24cm x 19cm £100-150

182 An early 20th century Continental figure of a lady with a jug, wearing a hat and a flower sprigged skirt, raised on a circular flower sprigged base with Greek key border, blue painted mark 24cm high £100-150 183 A late 19th century Triebner, Ens & Eckert, Volkstedt figure group depicting a seated embracing couple, decorated in brown, raised on an oval scroll base, blue printed mark 22cm high £150-250 184 A pair of 20th century Dresden figures of a shepherd with bagpipes, a sheep and a sheepdog at his feet, and a shepherdess gathering flowers in her skirt, with a sheep at her feet, each raised on a scroll base, with blue printed Saxonian Porcelain Factory mark (2) 24cm high £200-300 185 A pair of 20th century Volkstedt figures each depicting a lady, one holding a cloth in one hand, the other with a basket of flowers on one arm and a flower sprig in the other, each raised on a rocky base, blue crossed pitchfork mark, 26.5cm high; together with a 20th century figure of a man with a basket of flowers, raised on a rocky base, blue printed mark, 27.5cm high (3) £120-180

180 A 19th century miniature painting of Queen Henrietta After Van Dyck standing with a crown on a table to her right side, in an ebonised frame 15cm x 11.5cm £200-300

186 A set of three 20th century Sandizell, Dresden blanc de chine cherubs with attributes relating to the seasons, one with wheat, one with fire and the other with grapes, each on a scroll base, blue printed mark, 15cm high; together with a group of five Ernst Bohne, Rudolstadt blanc de chine figures of the Greek gods Demeter, Athena, Hermes, Apollo and Diana, each 14.5cm high (7) £180-220

181 A large collection of B&G Copenhagen porcelain Christmas plates each of circular form and decorated in blue, various marks, between the years 1906-1999 (some years lacking) (78) each plate 17.5cm wide £100-150

187 A 19th century Meissen style figure group depicting a lady and a gentleman draping an urn with flower garlands and a child with a further garland, raised on a circular base, blue painted crossed sword mark 20cm high £250-350

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188 A 19th century Meissen style figure depicting cupid sharpening an arrow, on an oval scroll base, blue painted crossed sword mark and impressed marks 12cm high £150-250

194 A 19th century Canton famille rose plate decorated with fan alternate fan shaped panels of figural groups and exotic birds with flowers 35cm diameter £150-250

189 A small group of 19th century Staffordshire wares comprising: a lady seated on a goat, 12cm wide; a pair of figures of a boy and a girl, each feeding birds, 14cm high; and a cottage incense burner, encrusted with flowers, 9.5cm wide (4) £120-180

195 A small group of 19th century Imari wares comprising: a Chinese Imari bowl with everted rim, decorated with a vase to the well and with flowers, 16.5cm diameter; a Chinese Imari plate, decorated with flowers and scrolls, 23cm diameter; and two English Imari plates decorated with a vase and bold flowers and leaves, 22.5cm diameter (4) £100-150

190 A pair of 19th century English spill vases one in the form of a lady feeding a goat beside a tree trunk, the other in the form of a boy with a dog, beside a tree trunk, 13cm high (2) £150-250 191 A pair of late 18th century Chinese export blue painted salts of rectangular form with canted corners, each decorated with flowers and scrolls (2) 7.5cm wide £150-250 192 A small collection of 18th century Worcester blue printed tea wares comprising: a ‘fisherman’ pattern slop bowl, blue painted mark,14.2cm diameter,; a ‘canonball’ pattern slop bowl, crescent mark, 16cm diameter; a small bowl, painted with flowers, crescent mark, 10.2cm diameter; a tea bowl with moulded flower decoration, crescent mark; and two gadrooned saucers each with lambrequin border, crescent mark,13.2cm diameter (6) £250-350 193 A collection of Chinese export tea wares comprising: a small 19th century famille rose chocolate pot and cover, decorated with flowers, 15cm high; a Chinese cup; a pair of Chinese Imari tea bowls; a famille rose tea bowl; a tea bowl and saucer with blue painted flower sprigs and a blue and gilt border; a pink painted tea bowl, decorated with flowers; a small bowl blue painted with a pavilion and landscape scenes; a saucer blue painted with flowers; together with a blue painted tea cup and a blue printed tea bowl (12) £150-250

196 A pair of Dresden urn form vases each with everted rim and mask handles, decorated with painted panels of flower sprigs with blue and gilt scalloped border, and with further flower sprigs and gilt foliate borders, blue printed marks, 12cm high; a Dresden tall mug with gilt stripes central flower painted roundel to each side surrounded by floral swags, 12.5cm high; and a Staffordshire vase of hexagonal form, decorated with flower panels amongst blue and gilt borders, 18cm high (4) £120-180

200 A Javier Mariscal for Bidasoa ‘Para’ serving dish in the form of a stylised chicken, blanc de chine, printed marks, 40cm long; a Paul Cardew teapot and cover, heart shaped body with pop art transfer decoration, printed and painted marks, 18cm high; and an oval glass serving dish ‘RSVP’, with powdered steel supports, 49.5cm across (3) £100-200 201 A pair of Art Deco dancing figures, circa 1930 each lacquered metal, on an alabaster socle base (2) 24.5cm high £120-180 202 An Art Deco figure of a dancer lacquered metal, standing on a stepped alabaster socle base 35cm high £150-250 203 A pair of Swedish bronze candelabra, circa 1930 each with double sconces, foliate finial, on circular base, stamped marks, 22cm high; and a Swedish bronze candelabrum with three sconces over a fluted ball column and octagonal foot, stamped marks, 13.5cm high (3) £300-500

197 A pair of Danish Dantorp Design brass sconces each of tapered rectangular form with twin branches, stamped marks, 32cm high; and a Danish Dantorp Design brass chamber stick, stamped marks, 5cm high (3) £250-350

204 A Swedish bronze vase and beaker, circa 1930 each with green patination, vase 17cm high, beaker 7cm high; and a Danish circular plate, green patination, stamped marks, 25cm wide (3) £150-250

198 An Art Deco brass figure, circa 1930 cast as a naked female dancer in the manner of Lorenzl, and raised on a turned onyx base 24cm high £100-200

205 A group of four Art Deco etched glass panels, circa 1930 each of rectangular form, depicting maidens (4) 20cm wide, 27cm high £150-200

199 An Afra Bianchin and Tobua Scarpa for Flos ‘Pierrot lamp’, designed 1990 coated steel and polypropylene, moulded mark arm 87cm long £100-200

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206 A large portrait of Captain William Dampier oil on canvas 260cm x 113cm £300-400 207 Taxidermy Interest A set of red deer antlers sixteen points, mounted on a metal skull cap, and wood shield £200-300 208 A green glazed pottery lamp of baluster form with basket weave decoration on body and shade 54cm high £80-100

209 A 17th century Continental giltwood reliquary wall cabinet of architectural form with figural decoration 70cm high £400-600 210 An 18th century Chinese silwork altar fall decorated with floral motifs on a blue ground with initials ‘I.H.S.’, contained within a later stand silkwork 59cm square, stand 84cm high £300-500 211 Ethnographic Interest A Yoruba bronze figure of a hermaphrodite the figure kneeling and smoking a pipe, with female breasts and male genitalia, a removable sceptre attached to his back 52cm high £200-300 212 A 19th century Indian bone and stained bone carved chess set (32) Queen 9cm high Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£150-250 213 A Chinese famille rose porcelain part tea and coffee service each with seal mark to base, but later, comprising: six coffee cups and saucers, six side plates, two coffee cups and saucers and a slop bowl (23) £150-250 214 A large collection of 19th century Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters in rectangular, circular and fish form (qty) £300-500 215 A pair of 19th century Staffrordshire rabbits each lying on a naturalistic bases, 5.5cm high; and a Continental Derby style porcelain leopard, standing on a green rococo scroll base, 7cm high (3) £150-250 216 An African carved wood mask depicting a head decorated with crocodile symbols with woven rope hair and beard 40cm high £300-500


217 A George III tortoiseshell tea caddy of rectangular form with serpentine front, standing on ball feet, the cover with armorial decorated cartouche, the interior with two compartments (damages) 20.5cm wide, 12.5cm high, 12.5cm deep £300-500 218 Two Royal Worcester jugs each decorated with flowers on an ivory ground with gilt highlights, comprising: an ovoid squat jug, puce printed marks, pattern number ‘1376’, 10cm high; and a tall slim jug, puce printed marks, pattern number ‘1229’, 15cm high (2) £200-400 219 An early 19th century English creamware teapot and cover of circular form decorated with flowers in pink and green, 13cm high; an English imari palette cup and saucer decorated with flowers, pattern number ‘240’, cup 6cm high, saucer 13.5cm diameter, and a Chinese export famille rose cup and saucer of octagonal form decorated with a deer in a landscape scene, cup 4cm high, saucer 10.5cm wide (5) £150-250 220 A Moorcroft ‘grape and leaf’ pattern jug of ovoid form, impressed and painted marks 15cm high £120-180 221 An 18th century Worcester blue painted ‘Canon ball’ pattern bowl and saucer crescent mark, bowl 5cm high, saucer 13cm diameter; and a blue painted shell form dish decorated with an apple and flowers, blue painted mark, 20cm wide (3) £300-400 222 Two Regency style woolwork pictures on silk of a girl and a boy each in a verre églomisé mount and giltwood frame 38cm x 33cm (frame) £120-180 223 A group of six 18th century pewter alms dishes each of circular form, comprising: a dish marked ‘J. Brown’, 42cm diameter; a dish with the initials ‘E.B.’, 41.5cm diameter; a dish with marks, 42cm diameter; a dish with initials ‘S.T.A.’, 37.5cm diameter; and two unmarked dishes, 36.5cm diameter and 38cm diameter (6) £300-500

224 A group of 18th century and later pewter comprising: a tappit hen, 27cm high; three shorter tappit hens (one with loose handle); eight plates; four mugs; four pitchers; four bowls; two measures; two candlesticks; two footed salts; and a book by Howard H. Cotterell, Pewter Down the Ages (31) £300-500 225 Two similar Regency mahogany oval trays each with serpentine gallery and brass handles (2) 74cm wide, 48cm deep £200-300 226 A 19th century Anglo Indian ivory inlaid box of rectangular form with geometric design, 20.5cm wide, 6cm high, 15.5cm deep; a Chinese lacquer box, 29cm wide, 8.5cm high, 11cm deep; an Indian white metal cigarette box with foliate design, 16.5cm wide, 3cm high, 10cm deep; a glass Bible box (lacking a glass panel and a foot), 17cm wide, 8cm high, 16cm deep; and a pair of Chinese silk slippers, 13cm long (6) £200-300 226A Taxidermy Interest An early 20th century leopard skin with taxidermied head and glass eyes, the skin mounted on material lining 236cm head to tail £200-300 227 An Indian carved wood frieze of rectangular form decorated with friezes of mythological figures 146cm wide, 21cm high £150-250 228 A pair of Thai carved wood figures of temple dancers (one with damaged foot) (2) 54cm high £150-250 229 A 19th century English japanned tray of oblong form decorated with a scene of a man with two dogs shooting at pheasants, foliate border 75cm wide, 54cm deep £100-150 230 A 19th century carved antler handle depicting the head of a figure 10.5cm long £150-200

231 A large Hornby-Dublo 00 Guage train set including an EDL II locomotive B.R. ‘Silver King’; an EDLT20 locomotive and tender B.R. ‘Bristol Castle’; an LT25 L.M.R. 8F 2-8-0 locomotive and tender; a large collection of rolling stock, buildings and track in boxes, some loose; and an Electric Models Vauxhall Velox car in box (qty) £250-350 232 A large Edwardian ceramic jardinere stand of inverted baluster form decorated with birds and flowers with a green scale border 70cm high £100-150 233 A Moore’s ware comport white glazed with shaped bowl over a figural column on a gilt reticulated base, impressed marks, 32cm high; and a Moore’s ware dish with shaped bowl flanked by figures on a gilt reticulated base, printed marks, 19cm high (2) £250-350 234 A Russian Icon of Christ the figure with right hand raised in blessing, the left hand holding a bible, white metal and applied flower surround, the whole contained in a wood box 41cm x 37cm £150-250 235 A late 19th century French four glass clock the white dial with black Roman numerals, contained in a brass case 25cm high £200-300 236 A late 19th/ early 20th century Indian painting gouache reverse painted on mica, four seperate panels each of rectangular form decorated with travelling scenes each panel 10cm x 13.5cm £150-250 237 A 20th century Chinese white glazed vase Yongzheng mark but later of baluster quatreform with lion mask handles, blue seal mark to base 31cm high £500-700 238 A 19th century Chinese famille rose porcelain plaque decorated to the centre with antiquities within a turquoise border with bat motifs to the corners 30.5cm x 24.5cm £150-250

239 A Chinese blue painted vase and cover In the Kangxi manner, but later of baluster fom with prunus blossom decoration on a blue ground, the base with double concentric rings in blue 32cm high £150-250 240 A 19th century Chinese famille rose bottle vase decorated with figures in an interior, 23cm high; and a Chinese ewer decorated with a boy and flowers, 22cm high (damages) (2) £200-300 241 A 20th century Chinese olive green vase Yongzheng mark but later of baluster form with ring loops, impressed mark to base 21cm high £500-700 242 A 19th century carved ivory goblet the bowl with applied deer decoration over a fluted stem with acanthus capital and foot (damages) 25cm high £200-300 243 A Regency style silhouette of the H.M.S. Euryalus and the Lee Of recent manufacture decorated with sailing ships, in a birds eye maple frame 35.5cm x 41.5cm £200-300 244 A 19th century mahogany lazy Susan of circular form with moulded rim on a squat circular fluted base 47cm diameter, 20cm high Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£100-200 245 A late 19th century mahogany cased set of brass scales the case of rectangular form with glazed panels over two drawers 42cm wide, 51cm high, 30cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£100-150 246 A late Victorian oak and brass table top bookstand with four compartments, swivel top on tripod legs 24.5cm high Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£100-150

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247 A late 19th century Aesthetic Movement ebonised wood mantel clock with twin train movement, the circular brass dial with Arabic numerals, the case with spindle gallery above turned columns and inset with floral and foliate painted panels with gilt embellishments 44.5cm high £200-300 248 A group of five 19th century portraits comprising: a portrait of a lady, oil on canvas, 36cm x 31cm; a pair of portraits of a man and a woman, oil on board, 24cm x 20cm; a portrait of a man, oil on board, label to reverse ‘Uncle Edward Latimer of Headington House’, 23cm x 7cm; and a portrait of a man, oil on board, label to reverse ‘Anthony Nichol’s portrait’, 26cm x 18cm (5) £600-900 249 A group of 20th century Indian paintings on fabric, comprising: a painting decorated with Royal courtiers within a foliate border, 24cm wide, 92cm high; six paintings of interior Palace scenes; and two paintings of a horse procession and an elephant procession (9) £150-250

ANTIQUITIES 250 A Bronze Age Palestinian pottery twin handled vessel of ovoid form 14cm high £150-250 251 A Bronze Age Near Eastern pottery vessel of globular form with handle, Bluett label to base 22cm high £150-250 252 Four Bronze Age hollow socketed axes, circa 1100 - 800 B.C. the first with side loop, flared cutting edge, 7.5cm long; a similar example with good patination, 6.5cm long; a similar example with curved cutting edge, 7.5cm long; a damaged example with loss around the opening, 6cm long (4) Note: These items have been assessed by the Treasure Trove unit and are legal to sell. Provenance: From the collection of James Curle (1862-1944) of Priorwood House, Melrose and thence by descent.

£200-300

253 A collection of five Neolithic stone implements, circa 2000 B.C. to include a large black polished axe, with curved cutting edge, tapering in to a narrow butt, 24cm long; a similar smaller black polished axe, 11cm long, with two labels ‘Stone celt [axe] found at Kemnay, Aberdeenshire’, the other label bears the number ‘11’; a similar grey polished axe, 11.5cm long; a small black polished axe, with curved cutting edge, 6cm long; a Palaeolithic flint hand-axe, 8.5cm long, marked ‘Mildenhali’ in black ink; a black stone axe, with curved cutting edge, later cane handle with rope binding, axe 10.5cm long, handle 32cm long (6) Note: These items have been assessed by the Treasure Trove unit and are legal to sell. Provenance: From the collection of James Curle (1862-1944) of Priorwood House, Melrose and thence by descent.

£150-250

STAMPS 256 A small collection of modern and world covers Viewing by appointment only together with a collection of British and World stamps to include an imperforate pair of tuppeny blues, penny reds and a South African 4d triangular (qty) Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

£100-150 257 A large collection of cigarette cards Viewing by appointment only contained within two boxes (qty) Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

262 A large general collection of World stamps Viewing by appointment only combined in two albums, some higher value noted, together with a large collection of stamps, loose and on covers (qty) Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

£300-500 263 A collection of World stamps Viewing by appointment only contained in two albums with large range of countries and values; together with a small collection of British and Empire stamps (qty) Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

£500-700 263A A collection of coins and medallic first day and presentation covers Viewing by appointment only together with a collection of loose coins and tokens and two stock books of British stamps (qty)

254 A collection of Bronze Age and later implements to include a flanged bronze palstave, cast with a pronounced straight stop, flared cutting edge, 9.5cm long; another example with pronounced flanged edges, flared cutting edge, 11cm long; a flat bronze axe, flared cutting edge, 11cm long; a small example with a flared cutting edge, 5.5.cm long; a flanged bronze axehead, 10cm long; a bronze spearhead of leaf shape, with a raised medial rib, flanked by two raised ridges, with two sideloops and a flaring cylindrical socket, 21.5cm long; a small bronze spearhead of leaf shape, with a raised medial rib, two side loops and a flaring cylindrical socket, 8cm long (7)

Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

Note: These items have been assessed by the Treasure Trove unit and are legal to sell. Provenance: From the collection of James Curle (1862-1944) of Priorwood House, Melrose and thence by descent.

£200-300

£500-700

260 A collection of four stamp albums Viewing by appointment only of general World and Commonwealth interest (4)

264A A large collection of Elizabeth II mint stamps Viewing by appointment only in blocks of four and more, including approx 400 1966 Robert Burns 4d.; approx 400 1966 Westminster Abbey 3d. etc. (qty)

£400-600 255 A mahogany collector’s cabinet with four drawers, each with turned ivory handles, containing fifteen axe heads of various sizes, thrity-one arrow heads; a Roman oil lamp; and thirty-three fossils and various early stone weights 33cm wide, 46cm high, 20cm deep Note: These items have been assessed by the Treasure Trove unit and are legal to sell. Provenance: The collection of stone axe heads include an example from Egypt, a greenstone [of Langdale, Cumbria] example found in Dumfriesshire. Two examples from the West Linton area can be found amongst the arrow heads. The fossils include six ammonites and a shark’s tooth.

£400-600

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£150-250 258 A collection of George VI 1937 Commonwealth covers Viewing by appointment only together with a collection of world stamps loose and in albums (qty)

Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

£150-250

259 A collection of modern commemorative stamps Viewing by appointment only Royal Wedding 1981 together with other modern issues and presentation packs (qty)

264 A collection of British and Commonwealth stamps Viewing by appointment only Victorian and onwards, including two penny black’s, higher values and some mounted mint and an interesting collection of overprints; and also four Cape of Good Hope triangulars, one with faults (1 album)

Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

£300-500

Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

£200-300 261 Two albums of World and Commonwealth interest (2) Viewing by appointment only Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

£500-700

Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

£150-250 265 A large collection of modern issues and first day covers Viewing by appointment only loose stamps and albums, etc. contained within a trunk (qty) Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

£600-800


265A A collection of stamps Viewing by appointment only to include albums of first day and commemorative covers, Great Britain and World issues, some earlier first day covers noted, penny black on cover (two margins), Festival of Britian covers etc. (qty)

272 A painted ship model of the ‘Astrolabe’ three masts, fully rigged 106cm long

Please Note: This lot is sold as found and is not subject to return. Personal Viewing is recommended.

Note: This ship was launched in 1811 and named ‘Coquille’ in 1814. It was later renamed the Astrolabe in 1826. It was scrapped in 1851. It was used as an exploration ship by the French Navy in South America, the South Seas and Australia under the command of the explorer Jules Dumont d’Urville.

£200-300

£150-250

ARMS AND ARMOUR 266 A 19th century ivory handled and silver mounted walking stick with ebonised cane, silver mount inscribed ‘T. Gilbert’, 85cm long; a walking stick with ornate silver mounts and monogram, 89cm long; and a malacca cane with an ivory head, 90cm long (3) £250-300 267 A group of three 19th century collector’s sword sticks comprising: a pale wood walking stick with silver mounts, single sided etched blade, marked ‘Toledo’ at the ricasso, 89cm high; a plain hawthorn cane with triangular section blade, inlaid with gold at the ricasso, button release, 89cm high; and a plain ebonised cane with a single edged blade, fuller running the length of the blade, missing ivory collar, 93cm high (3) £300-400 268 Regimental Interest A gold mounted stained rattan swagger stick inscribed ‘A.R.T. 2nd Life Guards’, stamped ‘Brigg’ £200-300 269 An 18th century carved ivory walking stick Probably American with a horse head handle and an ebonised cane 87cm long £200-300 270 A Scottish Mauchline lairds cromach with boxwood hook, boxwood inlay, ebony haft 170cm high £180-220 271 A 19th century niello handled walking stick Probably Russian decorated with panels of a peasant, a peacock and foliate motifs, ebonised cane 94cm long £400-600

273 A painted ship model of the ‘Cutty Sark’ three masted ship, fully rigged 109cm long Note: The Cutty Sark was launched in 1869 and was a merchant ship. She has been preserved as a Museum ship at Greenwich. Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£200-300 274 A cased surveyors theodolite By W. F. Stanley & Co. Great Turnstile, Holborn, London in fitted light wood case with brass flush fitting carrying handles 30cm wide, 20cm high Note: W.F.Stanley & Co were renowned scientific instrument makers. In 1849 W F worked with his father John Stanley at engineering works in Whitechapel. Though his father was a skilled tradesman he had no real head for business. While working with his father William made improvements to the design of the tricycle and by 1854 had created his own business at 3 Great Turnstile, Holborn, London as a worker in metal and ivory and a scientific instrument maker. At the 1862 International Exhibition he was awarded a medal for his straight line-dividing engine. This award brought him considerable extra business and laid the foundations for later large-scale business success.

£400-600 275 A ship’s engine room repeater, circa 1940 engraved with seven panels stating slow, stop, etc, on a green background with brass arrowhead pointer, on a wooden stand, 25cm diameter; and a ship’s bridge engine telegraph with brass double handle and arrowhead pointer the dial marked with black lettering on a white background and signed ‘CHADBURN’, on a wood stand, 27cm diameter (2) £500-600

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276 A late 19th century leather decanter box By J. W. Allen, 37 Strand, London of rectangular form with handle and impressed letter ‘C’, the interior with four green bottles with silver plated mounts 32cm high £300-500 277 A late 19th century leather bound ammunition box of rectangular form with leather straps, the name ‘PERTH’ impressed to the top, the interior with six compartments 48cm wide, 16cm high, 27cm deep £200-300 278 Two Georgian carriage trunks By James & Playfair, Trunk & Plate Casemakers, No. 15 Corner of Clifford Street, New Bond Street, London each of rectangular form, the brass cartouche inscribed ‘Viscount Arbuthnott’, fitted interiors 38cm wide, 36cm high, 26cm deep £200-300 279 A pair of 19th century silvered epaulettes with rose escutcheon, contained within a black Japanned case (2) £100-150 280 A 19th century carved and painted decoy pigeon Probably American 34cm wide, 17cm high £400-600 281 Two African wood clubs each with large ball shaped head, 64cm long and 80cm long; an Indian Islamic circular shield decorated with brass escutcheons, leather fittings, 40cm diameter; and a composite double barrelled percussion carbine, marked ‘George Gibbs’, 63cm long (4) £100-150

284 A mid 18th century flintlock fowling piece the two stage barrel, octagonal at the breech and with flared sighted octagonal muzzle, shortened elm half stock, plain lock (overall old corrosion) brass trigger guard with early form of acorn finial, engraved brass butt plate and plain brass escutcheon, missing ramrod pipe, replacement ramrod 179cm long £300-400 285 A George III silver and tortoise shell folding knife with folding spoon and fork, marked ‘GSWF’, London, 1790-91, 13.5cm long (folded); a baton decorated with initials ‘VR’ beneath a crown, 45.5cm long; and a hunting knife with an ivory handle, 32cm long (3) £200-300 286 A Russian cossack officer’s 1881 pattern shashqua brass hilt and scabbard mounts, blade 86cm long; a basket hilted broadsword, blade 84cm long; three fencing foils; two scabbards; two dirks; a sghian dubh and an Islamic dagger (11) £250-350 287 A Prussian 1852 pattern cavalry sabre the hilt with brass applied crowned eagle (post 1861), original fish skin grip bound with a double twist of silver wire with single edged pipe backed blade, in original black japanned scabbard £250-350 288 A Swedish 1893 pattern cavalry sabre the gilt brass hilt, black leather grip, double edged broadsword blade with single fuller running for three-quarters the length of the blade, in original black japanned scabbard £250-350

282 An Indian/ Persian shield the outer face with panels of Islamic etched decoration with four raised rivet bosses, missing its liner and grips, 46cm diameter; and two African spears, each with elongated leaf blades, original wood hafts, metal tipped, 192cm and 199cm long (3) £150-200

289 A mid 19th century percussion officer’s pistol the lock marked ‘Twigg’, plain octagonal barrel with Birmingham proof marks, brass trigger guard and ramrod pipe, replacement ramrod, plain walnut full stock 26cm long

283 Ethnographic Interest A South Seas wood throwing club onion shaped head and circular tapering handle 41cm long £150-200

£80-120

Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

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290 A Prussian pattern 1881 dragoon sabre brass hilt with spiral wooden grip, curved single edged blade with wide fuller running for three-quarters of the length where it becomes double edged at the point, in its original black leather brass mounted scabbard £150-200 291 A small German triangular musketeer’s priming flask, circa 1590 stained dark wood with iron frame and plain long conical nozzle 14cm high £700-900 292 A German triangular musketeer’s powder flask, circa 1590 the stained wood case leather covered with cut iron leaf shaped corners fitted with belt hook attachment and spring-loaded cutoff 19cm high £700-900 293 A German triangular musketeer’s powder flask, circa 1590 the stained wood framed with cut iron corners fitted with belt hook and spring-loaded cut off, the wood covered in the remains of old maroon velvet (missing areas) 19cm high £700-900 294 A long hafted pole arm spear with a heavy spear point of triangular section with round socket and two long straps riveted to the round section, haft fitted with conical shoe 231cm long £400-500 295 A pair of Eastern daggers, circa 1790 the curved grips inlaid with motherof-pearl and jade the curved single edged blades with fine points and flat backs and one single fuller on each blade (2) 35cm long £300-400 296 A Manhattan firearms Company .36 Cal colt revolver the barrel engraved on the top flat of the octagonal barrel Manhattan Firearms Company Delaware serial number 3209 the cylinder engraved with steam sailing ships German silver frame polished wood grips 22cm long, .36 calibre £600-800

297 A pale bronze cannon barrel of conical shape in three stages with raised astragals and short trunnions 25cm long £400-450 298 A large cowhorn gunner’s priming flask, circa 1800 shaped horn with brass spring loaded nozzle with two brass suspension eyes 35cm £100-150 299 A Baltic flintlock ball butt holster pistol with two stage barrel, octagonal at the breech engraved with foliate scrolls, the fine quality lock of rounded form engraved with neoclassical bell flowers and a grotesque mask, the cock with a finely chiselled bell flower, the full stock with ball shaped butt entirely covered in silver wire decoration and small panels of mother-ofpearl, with a brass pear shaped trigger and no trigger guard 40cm long, 28 bore £1,000-1,500 300 An Eastern powder flask from a gourd engraved one side with a bearded man with a headdress, cork stopper attached by a fine chain retaining two small lug handles to take a sling 15cm wide £100-150 301 An iron goat’s foot crossbow loading lever, circa 1760 turned pale walnut grip 50cm (fully expanded) £300-400 302 A German iron mounted flattened cowhorn powder flask, circa 1620 the curved shape engraved in black on a pale background, with Leda and the swan surrounded by twirling vines within a framed background the inside with iron belt hook with incised concentric rings within three panels, the nozzle with a scroll spring loaded shutter and a spring muzzle cut off 38cm £1,000-2,000 303 An Ottoman all steel small powder flask, circa 1820 of bulbous swan shaped body with spring cut off valve and two pierced and decorated suspension rings 14cm long £200-300

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304 A round Dutch Indonesian CuirBouilli leather powder flask, circa 1790 with wooden slide powder cut off, the tapering iron nozzle fitted into a base of pierced and riveted iron, the back decorated with wheel and star with two iron suspension loops, the front decorated with a four headed tendril flower with embroidered leather pouch attached by a thong (2) 17cm diameter £200-300 305 A European crossbow, circa 1780 with long elegant gunstock tiller (badly wormed and with butt extension), tiller frame of steel running three quarters of the length on either side with a brass nut, two bars for a goat’s foot lever and an extending long shaped knopped trigger with steel prod and replacement string 93cm long £800-1,200 306 A fine presentation bronze cannon, circa 1800 with four stage barrel slightly tapering from the cascable to the slightly flared muzzle, each plain reinforce cut with a sighting groove with the muzzle astragal and fillets uncut, the vent field with a series of numbers 379 in line with the second reinforce, the chase with a cartouche with a curved sabre crest and mottos and with a later presentation inscription at the second reinforce “Brought out of the Field of the Battle of Nivelle 10th. November 1818 by Lieutenant Wm L Robe of the Royal Horse artillery, and given to his father by the Earl of Mulgrave Master Genl of the Ordnance”, on a later hard wood garrison standing carriage 76cm long Note: The Battle of Nivelle (10 November 1813) took place in front of the River Nivelle near the end of the Peninsular War (1808-1814). After the Allied siege of San Sebastian Wellington’s 80,000 British, Portuguese and Spanish troops were in hot pursuit of Marshal Soult who only had 60,000 men to place in a 20-mile perimeter. Wellington’s army were in a strong offensive position and achieved a decisive victory. Lieutenant William L Robe was later killed in battle.

£10,000-15,000 307 A Venetian Cinqueda blade, circa 1559 the double edge blade of tapering form with a top row of five fullers, second row of three, two and final single, long flat rectangular section, tang, 109cm long; and a long couter, circa 1600, split around two thirds of the centre (in excavated condition) 17cm long (2) £400-700

308 Two Spanish comb morion helmets, circa 1600 the one piece skull hammered to a clipped point, the narrow brim with rolled edge and rivet hole apertures for retaining the lining (2) 22cm high £1,000-1,500 309 Two Spanish comb morion helmets, circa 1600 the one piece skull hammered to a clipped point, the narrow brim with rolled edge and rivet hole apertures for retaining the lining (2) 22cm high £1,000-1,500 310 A European target crossbow, circa 1700 with set trigger and early replacement cord, the hardwood tiller with brass mounted peep sight and plain quarrel groove 91cm long, 73cm bow span £900-1,200 311 An Indian pig sticking lance, circa 1860 the point of triangular section iron with long bamboo haft the base with enlarged pommel 30cm long point, 275cm long £100-200 312 A Flemish crossbow, circa 1790 brass mounted action, brass trigger guard pierced with a star and a heart, the walnut tiller with slender gunstock and curved brass butt cap, underside of tiller decorated with carved flower heads and with iron bar for a goat’s foot lever, heavy iron re-curved prod held in the tiller with two brass plates 91cm long, 58cm bow span £800-1,000 313 A crossbow with burr wood gunstock tiller, circa 1790 of small size with a blank escutcheon on the stock, with chequered grip, with plain steel prod, the prod secured by a retaining plate and five screws 66cm long, 78cm bow span £200-250 314 A flintlock fowling piece, circa 1780 the lock engraved Twigg, two-stage long barrel octagonal at the breech, walnut half stock with blank silver escutcheon, (poor) replacement horn fore-end tip, replacement cock screw, broken main spring, replacement frizzen spring screw, stock replacement section, replacement ram rod 190cm long, 11 bore £800-1,000


315 A sporting single barrel breech loading needle fire rifle, circa 1840 small bore with browned hexagonal barrel, side lever action straight hand short walnut stock with chequered grip and fore-end, the horn tip with blank gold oval 106cm long, 90 bore £400-800 316 An English double barrel flintlock sporting gun, circa 1800 plain locks signed ‘CARR AND COOPER’, missing cock on left hand lock, elegant two stage browned barrels octagonal at the breech, with blued scroll trigger guard, well figured walnut half stock with finely chequered grip, blank silver escutcheon and with replacement ramrod 114cm long, 16 bore £2,000-3,000 317 An English single barrelled flintlock sporting gun, circa 1780 the two stage barrel octagonal at the breech and signed H Hadley on the flat stepped lock plate, plain trigger guard and side plate with large gold oval touch hole and gold lined pan, full walnut stock take down stock with original ramrod 127cm long, 16 bore £1,200-1,600 318 An English single barrel patent under-hammer percussion sporting smooth bore rifle, circa 1850 with smooth bore octagonal barrel engraved “Wilkinson and Son gunmakers to Her Majesty Pall Mall London”, plain damaged walnut half stock the spring loaded hammer with old welded repair, mother-ofpearl inlaid line at the trigger, the butt with a series of brass headed screws forming a decorative triangle, walnut half stock with steel ramrod 119cm long, 16 bore £400-500 319 An 18th century English combined musket and naval boarding pike the ramrod is in steel guides on the right hand side of the weapon and fitted into a spring loaded socket, plain flat sided flintlock, the trigger operated by pulling upwards, original turned hardwood haft 243cm long

320 Stock action and fore-end of three 19th century sporting hammer guns a gun by Charles Ingram, Glasgow, serial number ‘4019’, black powder proof, dented barrel; a gun by H.Snowie, Inverness, sidelock under lever engraved action; and a gun by Watson of Inverness plain underlever (3) Please Note: This lot requires a current UK shotgun certificate or RFD number. These guns are not working and are being sold as spares.

£100-150 321 A 12 bore over under sporting shotgun By Nikko, serial number ‘K800002’ with pale walnut chequered pistol grip stock recoil-pad, raised ventilated rib in black wooden box 30inch barrels; and a 12 bore over under sporting gun, by Rottweil, serial number ‘16353’, 27 inch barrels (2) Please Note: This lot requires a current UK shot gun certificate or RFD certificate.

£300-400 322 A 12 bore side by side boxlock ejector sporting gun By Aya serial number ‘544240’ walnut stock with some figuring blued, 26 inch barrels; and a 12bore side by side sporting gun, by Sarasqueta, serial number ‘55187’, the top lever spring with defective corrosion, the walnut stock with scratches, 27 inch barrels (2) Please Note: This lot requires a current UK shot gun certificate or RFD certificate.

£150-250 323 A 20 bore over under sporting gun By Brno, serial number ‘25360’ pale walnut pistolgrip stock raised ventilated rib 27inch barrels; and a 12 bore side by side boxlock none ejector sporting gun, by Laurona, serial number ‘64254’, the walnut straight hand stock split, the hand bound with tape, 27inch barrels (2) Please Note: This lot requires a current UK shot gun certificate or RFD certificate.

£150-250

RUGS AND CARPETS 324 A British rag rug probably early 20th century, the field with allover polychrome fish scale pattern, within plain black border with brown band 180cm x 110cm £100-150 325 A Heriz carpet modern, the red field with central indigo and camel medallion suspending pendants, similar spandrels, within camel turtle palmette border between bands 274cm x 183cm £400-600 326 An Aubusson style needlepoint carpet modern, the beige ground with cafe au lait floral medallion, similar roundels to the corners, within acanthus leaf border 305cm x 244cm £400-600 327 A machine woven ‘Madras’ carpet modern, the gold field with allover Turkoman gul pattern, within sunburst border 230cm x 150cm £170-200 328 A Northwest Persian carpet late 20th century, the red field with three square medallions with arrowhead pendants, within star and vine border between bands 290cm x 155cm £250-350 329 A Belouch kelleh early 20th century, the field with allover indigo and brown hooked lozenge lattice pattern, within brown hooked vine border between indigo bands 392 x 208cm £250-350 330 A Serapi runner early 20th century, the camel field with three ivory and red hooked medallions, within ivory stylized vine border with outer skittle band 228cm x 96cm £150-250 331 A Qashqai runner late 19th/ early 20th century, the indigo field with allover boteh vine pattern, red spandrels, within red stylised border between two cream bands (worn) 255cm x 118cm £80-120

Note: Built as a prototype to try to sell it (unsuccessfully) to the Admiralty.

£2,000-3,000

332 A Turkish rug early 20th century, the cream field with red stepped medallion, similar spandrels, within red rosette and vine border between bands, 166cm x 128cm; a Tekke rug, with three columns of guls, 176cm x 125cm; a Qashqai rug (worn), 170cm x 122cm; and a Caucasian rug (worn), 145cm x 102cm (4) £200-300 333 A Tabriz style rug late 20th century, the plain cream field with red and blue medallion suspending pendants, similar spandrels, within blue cartouche border between bands, 180cm x 120cm; a Caucasian style rug, beige field, 184cm x 122cm; and a Turkoman style rug, blue field, 200cm x 124cm (3) £200-300 334 An Indian rug early 20th century, the indigo field with red cusped medallion, red spandrels, within indigo palmette and vine border between bands 208cm x 144cm £200-300 335 An Indian rug early 20th century, the red field with central blue medallion, within blue arabesque vine border between bands 217cm x 156cm £100-200 336 An Afshar rug early 20th century, the red field with two hooked lozenge medallions, indigo spandrels, within cream stylised vine border with inner stripe band, 157cm x 104cm; and a Qashqai rug, the indigo field with two rust medallions, within cream stylised vine border, 150cm x 106cm (2) £200-300 337 An Ushak carpet late 19th/ early 20th century, the red field with three columns of palmette and cruciform motifs, within blue rosette and diagonal branch border between bands (worn) 550cm x 355cm £300-500 338 A machine woven ‘Madras’ carpet modern, the cream field with Aubusson style pattern, within rose foliate border 230cm x 150cm £170-200

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339 A Qashqai carpet modern, the red field with man and dragon fighting, indigo animal spandrels, within ivory rosette and lozenge border with outer black band 256cm x 167cm £280-340

346 A pair of George III style mahogany demi lune tables each with feathered mahogany tops over plain frieze above ebony strung square tapering legs terminating in spade feet (2) 122cm wide, 74cm high, 61cm deep £200-300

340 A Shiraz carpet modern, the red field with triple stepped brown lozenge medallions, brown spandrels with medallions, within narrow polychrome geometric border 293cm x 200cm £280-340

347 A set of six George II style dining chairs each with shaped top-rail over vertical vase shaped splat, drop-in pad seat raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet (6) £300-500

341 A Tabriz carpet late 20th century, the red field with indigo and cream medallion, similar spandrels, within indigo palmette and arabesque vine border between cream bands 527cm x 345cm £400-600

348 A Chinese hard wood open arm chair the foliate carved serpentine toprail terminating in scrolls over an interlaced vertical splat, open arms terminating in carved fists, panelled seat raised on carved cabriole legs terminating in claw and ball feet £200-300

342 A Kayseri silk rug modern, the indigo mihrab with tree and bird pattern, cream spandrels, within cream palmette and vine border between bands 144cm x 88cm £150-250

349 Eleven 19th century Gothic Revival oak chairs each with a pediment shaped toprail over a shaped vertical splat, red cushioned seat raised on baluster tuned legs (11) £450-550

FURNITURE 343 A late Victorian mahogany longcase clock the twin train movement striking on a bell, the painted dial with black Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials, the corners painted with the Seasons, the hood with broken swan neck pediment over columns, the case with panelled doors flanked by pillasters on a plain base with bracket feet 214cm high £600-800 344 A large 19th century mahogany and walnut longcase clock the twin train movement striking on a bell, the cream dial with black Roman numerals, two subsidiary dials, painted landscape panels, the case with broken swan neck pediment over columns, panelled door and base 240cm high £600-800 345 A 19th century mahogany wall clock By H. Pidduck & Sons, Hanley single fussee movement, circular cream dial with black Roman numerals 36cm diameter £200-300

350 A Coalbrookdale style cast iron garden bench the shaped fern decorated back over plank seat raised on fern legs 190cm wide, 92cm high Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£150-250 351 A 19th century giltwood sofa of small proportions, the cushioned back and arms over sprung seat, floral carved apron raised on cabriole legs terminating in Cscrolls with brass castors 120cm wide, 64cm high, 67cm deep £150-250 352 A 19th century Baronial Revival oak hall chair the arched scrolling back with shaped vertical splat over moulded seat raised on baluster legs £100-150 353 A George III Irish mahogany birdcage tripod table the shaped top centred by a carved foliate motif raised on a turned column support terminating in acanthus carved cabriole legs with casters 85cm wide, 78cm high £100-150

354 A Queen Anne style mahogany framed wing back arm chair the arched cushioned back over cushioned seat raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, 87cm wide, 120cm high; and a Victorian wing armchair, the cushioned back over sprung seat raised on square tapering legs terminating in brass castors (2) £350-450 355 A George III style mahogany drop leaf table moulded rounded rectangular top raised on tapering turned legs terminating in pad feet 110cm wide, 74cm high, 44cm deep, 140cm extended £150-250 356 An adapted George III mahogany cabinet the boxwood strung moulded rectangular top over two cockbeaded fall-flap doors raised on bracket feet 64cm cm wide, 75cm high, 45cm deep £200-300 357 A George III mahogany chest the moulded rectangular top over two short and three long drawers, raised on bracket feet 102cm wide, 96cm high, 55cm deep £300-400 358 A 17th century style oak dresser the projected moulded cornice with shaped apron over three open shelves with central door, over two short drawers raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet 107cm wide, 190cm high, 45cm deep £200-300 359 A George III mahogany tripod table the scalloped circular top over bird cage raised on fluted tapering column with acanthus carved cabriole tripod legs terminating in claw and ball feet 63cm diameter, 72cm high £300-400 360 An Edwardian mahogany foldover games table the rectangular top over a boxwood stung frieze with a single drawer raised on square tapering legs 101cm wide, 76cm high, 46cm deep, 92cm extended Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£150-250

361 A George II style oak gate leg side table the rectangular top over a single frieze drawer raised on tapering turned legs terminating in pad feet 72cm wide, 70cm high, 33cm deep £250-350 362 A 17th century style oak joint stool the moulded rectangular seat raised on ring turned splayed legs terminating in block feet, united by stretchers 38cm wide, 47cm high, 31cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£100-200 363 A 19th century mahogany bow front commode with two short over three long drawers, raised on bracket feet 57cm wide, 65cm high, 46cm deep £150-250 364 A 19th century mahogany pedestal table the rounded rectangular top over a fluted tapering turned column, reeded circular base raised on reeded scroll quadruped legs 69cm wide, 71cm high, 53cm deep £150-250 365 A 19th century mahogany bookcase and undercabinet the castellated cornice over an astragal glazed door enclosing adjustable shelves above a panelled door enclosing shelves, raised on bun feet 56cm wide, 236cm high, 48cm deep £250-350 366* A late 19th century oak and burr elm extending dining table the cross hatched rectangular top over a plain frieze raised on baluster turned legs, united by stretchers 132cm long 77cm high, 90cm deep, 238cm extended £300-500 367 A Regency style mahogany twin pedestal dining table the crossbanded reeded rounded rectangular top raised on a baluster column with reeded sabre tripod legs terminating in brass paw feet with caps and castors; including two additional leaves 101cm wide, 75cm high, 162cm long, 262cm extended £250-400

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368 A set of six late 19th century Aesthetic Movement mahogany side chairs each with a turned top-rail over button back matching seat, reeded apron raised on ring turned baluster legs (6) £200-300 369 A set of three Regency dining chairs each with scroll carved top rail over horizontal splat with reeded uprights, the drop-in pad seat raised on reeded sabre legs (3) £150-250 370 A William IV gilt triptych overmantel mirror the projected moulded cornice over pilaster frieze, mirror plates with readed ebony fillets flanked by pilasters 140cm wide, 85cm high £300-500 371 A Victorian amboyna and ebonised three tier etagere the shaped gallery over banded chamfered rectangular top raised on baluster turned supports over a single frieze drawer raised on squat tapering turned legs terminating in ceramic castors 60cm wide, 110cm high, 39cm deep £150-250 372 A Victorian oak low open bookcase the gadrooned rectangular top over panelled frieze with open adjustable shelves raised on plinth base 120cm wide, 105cm high, 33cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£300-500 373 A large Victorian rosewood stool the rectangular tapestry seat over a scroll carved apron raised on cabriole legs 95cm wide, 45cm high, 50cm deep £600-900 374 A mahogany serpentine table with a single cockbeaded frieze drawer raised on square tapering legs 91cm wide, 77cm high, 50cm deep £150-200 375 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bureau the crossbanded moulded fall-flap enclosing simple fitted interior over three graduated long drawers raised on bracket feet 70cm wide, 96cm high, 44cm deep £150-250

376 A Louis XV style giltwood window bench the foliate carved back rail over a rush seat with reeded serpentine frieze, raised on reeded cabriole legs 90cm wide, 59cm high, 38cm deep £150-250

383* A set of four Victorian mahogany chairs each with a plain top rail and a horizontal splat over a cushioned seat raised on tapering baluster turned legs (4) £300-500

377 A Chinese mahogany altar table the panelled rectangular top over vine carved fretwork frieze raised on sabre legs terminating in scroll feet 99cm wide, 34cm high, 45cm deep £300-500

384* A pair of mahogany circular side tables each with moulded top over plain frieze raised on cabriole legs terminating in spade feet 60cm wide, 64cm high £100-150

378 A Victorian style brass standard lamp the cylindrical colum with arched supports and tripod legs terminating in leaf form feet 142cm high £150-250 379 A 20th century caned open armchair By Wylie & Lochhead, 48 Buchanan St, Glasgow, By Special Appointment to H. M. the King the triple arched back over serpentine arms raised on baluster turned supports, the bowfront seat raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet united by H-frame stretchers £80-120 380 A small chinoiserie bowfront cabinet on stand By Tozer, 25 Brook Street, London, W1 the moulded top over brush slide above two short and three long drawers raised on barley sugar twist legs terminating in bun feet united by stretchers 54cm wide, 91cm high, 41cm deep £300-500 381* A George III mahogany adapted chest the moulded rectangular hinged top over shell inlaid frieze panels above two short and three long drawers raised on cut down bracket feet 96cm wide, 103cm high, 54cm deep £300-500 382* A George III mahogany dressing mirror the rectangular mirror plate flanked by reeded columns over a three drawer base £120-180 382A A 19th century George III style chest of drawers Retailed by Edwards and Roberts, London. With four graduated long drawers, raised on bracket feet, stamped marks. 85cm wide, 83cm high, 49cm deep £1,200-1,500

385* A pair of mahogany Chippendale style open arm chairs each with acanthus carved serpentine top rail over elaborate vase shaped splat, serpentine arms, cushioned seat raised on square legs united by H form stretchers (2) £400-600 386* A Regency mahogany waterfall bookcase the reeded rectangular top over three open shelves above two panelled doors raised on square tapering legs 106cm wide, 128cm high, 28cm deep £400-600 387* A mahogany demi-lune gate leg table with panelled frieze over ring turned legs terminating in block feet with drop flap to rear 91cm wide, 73cm high, 90cm extended £200-300 388 A late 19th/ early 20th century giltmetal six branch chandelier with baluster column and outscrolled branches decorated allover with rococo scroll work 40cm high £200-300 389 A late 19th/ early 20th century brass and cut glass six branch chandelier the baluster column surrounded by a figural putti over outscrolled branches, the whole with hanging lustres 48cm high £150-250 390 An Edwardian mahogany mirror In the George II manner with pierced arched top decorated with a bird in gilt above a moulded frame with bevelled glass mirror plate above an oval panel with shell marquetry 92cm high £120-180

391 A Japanese parquetry stage display cabinet, circa 1900 the rectangular two tier top above an arrangement of open shelves, trellis and geometric veneered doors and drawers, raised on square ogee moulded feet 63cm wide, 131cm high, 26.5cm deep £150-250 392 An early 18th century oak side table the rounded rectangular top over a frieze drawer raised on baluster turned legs united by peripheral stretchers, on bun feet 76cm wide, 71cm high, 50cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£300-500 393 A Victorian oak low bookcase the moulded rectangular top over four glazed doors, enclosing adjustable shelves, raised on plinth base 214cm wide, 130cm high, 38cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£400-600 394 An early 20th century bronzed spelter lamp and stand the spelter lamp cast as a winged figure of the Arts sitting on a globe, on a marble base, stamped marks, 47cm high, the stained wood stand with moulded square top on turned splayed supports, plinth base, 114cm high (2) Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£200-300 395 A Victorian walnut twin pedestal desk the moulded rectangular top over a frieze drawer flanked by three graduated short drawers raised on plinth base 125cm wide, 74cm high, 48cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£300-500 396 A Victorian adapted long stool the stuff over cushioned serpentine top raised on moulded cabriole legs 133cm wide, 48cm high, 58cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£150-250

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397 A George III mahogany bureau the fall flap enclosing a fitted interior over two short drawers and two graduated long drawers raised on shaped bracket feet 104cm wide, 98cm high, 47cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£150-250 398 A George III mahogany chest the rectangular moulded top over three short and three graduated long drawers raised on shaped bracket feet 110cm wide, 96cm high, 55cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£150-250 399 A George III bow front mahogany chest with two short and two long drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet 87cm wide, 85cm high, 45cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£400-600 400 A pair of modern lacquered occasional tables By Carew Jones, London each with square tops raised on square tapered legs and covered in a blue high gloss polyester lacquer finish (2) £150-200 401 A pair of 17th century style walnut chairs, circa 1900 each with foliate carved pierced splat above stuffed seat raised on turned legs united by stretchers (2) £100-150 402 An early 20th century Queen Anne style walnut and crossbanded dressing table the rectangular top above five drawers surrounding a shaped apron raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet 113cm wide, 80cm high, 59cm deep £200-300 403 A George III mahogany linen press the projected moulded cornice over a plain frieze above crossbanded oval panelled doors, enclosing slides, above two short and three long drawers raised on splayed bracket feet 148cm wide, 189cm high, 60cm deep £700-1,000

404 An early 19th century American maple and mahogany pier mirror the moulded cornice above a lozenge decorated frieze over a plain rectangular mirror plate flanked by turned pillasters 70cm high £300-500

411 A William IV rosewood and mahogany supper table the circular top over plain frieze raised on acanthus carved tapering turned column on a triangular base with cup feet and ceramic castors 122cm diameter, 73cm high £400-600

405 A George III style two seater sofa the serpentine cushioned back over scroll arms, loose cushioned seat, raised on serpentine square legs united by stretchers, green loose covers 142cm wide, 89cm high, 80cm deep £200-300

412 A Mario Botta for Alias ‘Seconda 602’ chair, circa 1982 epoxy coated steel frame and perforated sheet steel seat and an expanded polyurethane backrest; together with two pairs of Post Modern occasional tables, circa 1990, each with circular glass tops raised on enamelled steel base formed as elephants (5) £150-200

406 A late 19th century beech chair In the manner of E. W. Godwin with curved back filled with Japanese fretwork above open arms on a circular seat with turned legs and splay feet linked by turned and block stretchers £100-200 407 A 19th century chinoiserie pole screen the lacqured panel raised on a brass pole with tripod base 39cm wide, 133cm high £80-120 408 A pair of Louis XV style limed floral carved fauteuils each with arched cushioned wing back over loose cushioned seat, shaped apron, raised on cabriole legs terminating in C-scrolls £500-700 409 A 19th century shelved cabinet, overpainted circa 1950 By Anne Redpath the shelved superstructure above two panelled cupboard doors, painted with flower sprays on a white ground, raised on a plinth base 136cm wide, 140cm high, 40cm deep Provenance Estate of John McNairn Note: Anne Redpath (O.B.E., R.S.A., A.R.A., A.R.W.S., R.O.I., R.B.A., L.L.D 1895-1965) was a friend of the borders artist John McNairn (1910-2009) and his wife Stella. This cabinet was painted by her as a gift to them.

£1,500-2,500 410 A Victorian Welsh oak extending dining table the moulded circular top over a plain beaded frieze raised on spirally turned legs terminating in cup feet with ceramic castors, including three leaves 122cm wide, 75cm high, 242cm extended £400-600

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413 A Berlin chair, designed 1932 After Gerrit Rietveld contemporary model, painted wood; together with a red and blue chair, designed 1918, after Gerrit Rietveld, contemporary model, painted wood (2) £200-300 414 A cherry wood ‘Ariel’ dressing table, circa 1990 Shorthouse, Glasgow the illuminating rectangular mirror above rectangular top and arrangement of drawers with brushed steel handles, raised on square section tapering legs, bears label 165cm wide, 122.5cm high, 46cm deep £200-300 415 An Arts & Crafts oak dining set comprising: a draw leaf table with rectangular top, 222cm extended, 84cm wide, 75cm high; and five chairs including one carver chair, each with horizontal splats and drop in upholstered seats (6) £300-500 416 A George III mahogany three tier dumb waiter the reeded circular tiers raised on an urn turned column with tripod sabre legs terminating in ceramic castors 60cm diameter, 126cm high £200-300 417 A late Regency mahogany bowfront chest the reeded top with lobed corners over four graduated cockbeaded long drawers flanked by spiraly turned pilasters raised on turned spade feet 127cm wide, 116cm high, 57cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£300-500

418 A Regency style mahogany serpentine serving table with two cockbeaded frieze drawers raised on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet 122cm wide, 86cm high, 54cm deep £800-1,200 419 A George III mahogany linen press the projected moulded cornice over a plain frieze and crossbanded panelled doors above two short and two long drawers raised on bracket feet 140cm wide, 208cm high, 61cm deep £600-900 420 A 19th century oak draw leaf table the rectangular panelled top over a plain frieze, raised on barley twist legs united by a cross stretcher, on bun feet 137cm wide, 77cm high, 115cm deep £150-200 421 A set of six Hepplewhite style mahogany dining chairs each with four rosette carved vertical splats over a drop-in pad seat raised on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet (6) £300-400 422 A 19th century adapted mahogany lazy Susan the moulded circular top raised on a squat column, moulded base 53cm diameter, 19cm high £120-180 423 A 17th century style oak coffer the moulded rectangular top over a carved frieze above three carved panels on stile supports £150-200 424 An 18th century mahogany hall chair the shaped arched top over tapering panelled back with painted monogram ‘EK’ over a moulded seat raised on square tapering legs £120-180 425 A Regency mahogany bowfront chest the ebony and boxwood frieze over two short and three graduated long drawers, serpentine apron, raised on splayed bracket feet 106cm wide, 106cm high, 52cm deep £300-400 426 A large George III pine kitchen corner cupboard the projected moulded cornice with canted corners over a panelled door, enclosing shelves, raised on plinth base 116cm wide, 155cm high, 62cm deep £200-300


427 A large George III pine kitchen corner cupboard the projected moulded cornice with canted corners over a panelled door, enclosing shelves, raised on plinth base 110cm wide, 115cm high, 72cm deep £200-300 428 A George III mahogany corner cupboard the swan neck pediment over astragal glazed door enclosing three shelves 84cm wide, 116cm high, 45cm deep £250-350 429 A large 19th century adapted mahogany breakfront bookcase with dentil broken pediment over astragal glazed doors, enclosing shelves, over a combination of dummy frieze drawers and panelled doors raised on plinth base 222cm wide, 255cm high, 52cm deep £800-1,200 430 An Anglo-Indian carved sideboard the serpent and foliate carved fretwork three quarter gallery over two frieze glazed doors, gadrooned rectangular top, frieze panel open fret work doors enclosing shelves, raised on acanthus carved bulb feet 120cm wide, 174cm high, 36cm deep £300-400 431 A Syrian inlaid octagonal tripod table the octagonal moulded top raised on a baluster turned column on tripod downswept legs terminating in scroll feet, the whole with foliate and geometric inlay 53cm wide, 63cm high £200-300 432 A late 19th/ early 20th century mahogany tall chest Formerly part of a boat cabin interior the moulded rectangular top over six drawers raised on a plinth base 94cm wide, 171cm high, 60cm deep £200-300 433 A late 19th/ early 20th century mahogany chest Formerly part of a boat cabin interior the moulded rectangular top over two banks of three short drawers raised on a plinth base 140cm wide, 91cm high, 58cm deep £200-300 434 A 19th century ships coffer the moulded rectangular top over a plain frieze with rope handles, on a plinth base, raised on later casters 97cm wide, 51cm high, 49cm deep £100-150

435 A George III rosewood and satinwood banded drop flap games table the top concealing checker and backgammon boards over frieze drawers raised on square tapering legs terminating in brass caps and casters 97cm wide extended, 76cm high, 46cm deep £400-600 436 A set of six Georgian style mahogany dining chairs each with shaped top rail over a pierced vertical splat, drop in pad seat, raised on shaped tapering legs, united by an H-stretcher £200-300 437 A George III mahogany and satinwood strung dressing mirror the oval framed mirror plate raised on serpentine shaped supports over three frieze drawers raised on ogee bracket feet 45cm wide, 61cm high, 24cm deep £120-180 438 An Edwardian mahogany music cabinet the rectangular moulded top over five frieze drawers, shaped apron, raised on square tapering legs and terminating in brass caps and casters 52cm wide, 83 cm high, 36cm deep £150-250 439 A Regency style mahogany jardiniere stand the lipped circular top raised on reeded vase shaped column, tripod cabriole legs terminating in pointed pad feet 54cm diameter, 115cm high £100-150 440 A set of six Victorian Baronial oak side chairs each with floral carved top-rail and cushioned back flanked by barley sugar twist supports over a green cushioned seat with shaped apron raised on carved tapering octagonal legs terminating in bun feet and united by shaped X-frame stretchers mounted with a central urn finial (6) £150-250 441 A set of two cast iron garden armchairs and table the chairs each with pierced scrolling back over similar patterned seat raised on cabriole legs, the circular table raised on mask cast cabriole legs (3) £150-250

442 A set of four cast iron garden chairs and a table each chair with pierced oval fretwork back surrounded by a foliate border with pierced circular seat raised on foliate cabriole legs; the table of similar design (5) £150-250 443 A set of four cast iron garden seats each with a scrolling back decorated by swags over a pierced circular seat raised on cabriole legs (4) £300-400 444 A 17th century style oak side table the moulded rectangular top over a single frieze drawer raised on turned legs terminating in block and bun feet, united by stretchers 79cm wide, 66cm high, 53cm deep £150-200 445 A 17th century style oak coffer the moulded top over a panelled frieze engraved ‘EB’ over two short drawers raised on stile supports 130cm wide, 77cm high, 59cm deep £250-350 446 A 17th century style oak gate-leg table the moulded oval top over single drawer raised on barley twist legs terminating in bun feet, united by peripheral stretchers 126cm wide, 73cm high, 95cm deep £250-350 447 A 19th century Dutch oak marquetry envelope table the later simulated rosewood top over foliate marquetry inlaid frieze panels raised on conforming cabriole legs and pad feet 94cm wide, 75cm high, 47cm deep £200-300 448 A 19th century rosewood breakfast table of circular form above a plain frieze on a turned pedestal base with scrolled tripod legs 136cm diameter, 73cm high £400-600 449 A George III mahogany drop-leaf table the rounded rectangular top over a shaped frieze raised on moulded square legs 136cm wide, 74cm high, 98cm deep £250-350 450 A Victorian mahogany parlour suite each with serpentine top rail, outspread arms and cushioned seats on slender cabriole legs, comprising: a settee, armchair, and an open armchair (3) £300-500

451* A pair of Charles II style open armchairs each with rectangular cushioned back, arms and seat raised on gadrooned tapering baluster turned legs united by turned stretchers (2) £500-700 452 A late George III mahogany writing table with a rectangular top over frieze drawers raised on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet 98cm wide, 81cm high, 55cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£400-600 453 A pair of Florentine giltwood frames each of rectangular form with elaborate reticulated foliate border, one with bevelled mirror plate (2) 82cm x 65cm Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£100-200 454 A 19th century stained pine miniature kist of rectangular form, the plain hinged cover over panelled sides above a single drawer 55cm wide, 38cm high, 31cm deep £150-250 455 A pair of Regency style white painted plant stands each of circular form with reeded columns, brass lion head masks, on lion paw feet, copper insert (2) 43cm high £300-500 456 Four 20th century oak and beech stools each with an oval seat above four tapered legs with stretchers (4) £200-300 457 A 19th century German ash and beech music chair the arched top rail over lyre shaped splat on a tapered square seat with vine decorated cushion, the seat enclosing the musical cylinder movement, the seat raised on turned legs £200-300 458 A 19th century stained pine creepie Probably gypsy made of typical form with brass stud decoration £200-300

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459 A George III mahogany Pembroke table the top with drop-flaps over a plain frieze with drawer raised on plain tapering legs with brass caps and castors 94cm wide, 74cm high £250-350 460 A 19th century painted panel In the French 18th century manner of rectangular form decorated with flowers within a garland rope twist border 146cm wide, 76cm high £100-150 461 A pair of painted metal garden urns and plinths each with palmette rim over a fluted body and foot, on a tapered square plinth base decorated with lamps and festoons (4) 99cm high £400-600 462 A late 19th century kingwood parquetry occasional table of circular form with giltwood moulded rim above four gilt bamboo style legs with X-form stretchers 54cm wide, 61cm high £150-200 463 A pair of 19th century cast iron garden urns and plinths each of typical form with twin handles and a foliate scroll decorated frieze, the plinth bases decorated with laurel motifs 112cm high £400-600 464 A 19th century French tapestry panel In the 18th century manner decorated with figures in a landscape between borders of flowers 146cm wide, 56cm high £200-300 465 A 19th century ebonised credenza the plain top of broken bow front form above an inlaid central panel door with brass mounts flanked by two glazed cabinets (one lacking glass) on a plain base 149cm wide, 106cm high, 40cm deep £300-400 466 A set of seven Hepplewhite style mahogany dining chairs each with moulded arched top-rail over vertical pierced vase shaped slat , green drop-in pad seat, raised on tapering serpentine square legs united by stretchers, including a single carver (7) £400-600

467 An early/ mid 20th century oak glazed bookcase the rectangular top over six glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, raised on plinth base 285cm wide, 144cm high, 25cm deep £300-400

475 A Victorian oak library bookcase the projected cornice over four glazed doors, enclosing adjustable shelves, over four panelled doors raised on a plinth base 241cm wide, 227cm high, 38cm deep £800-1,200

483 A George III mahogany chest the crossbanded rectangular top over three cock-beaded long drawers, serpentine apron, raised on splayed bracket feet 86cm wide, 96cm high, 44cm deep £300-500

468 A George III tilt-top breakfast table of circular form with reeded edge on a turned pedestal base with quadriform legs terminating in brass caps and castors 122cm wide, 74cm high £300-400

476 A George III style walnut serpentine bachelor’s chest the crossbanded top over four cockbeaded long drawers flanked by fluted canted corners raised on bracket feet 82cm wide, 86cm high, 54cm deep £100-150

469 A 19th century gilt overmantel mirror the top with a horizontal column over a frieze with floral scrollwork, the three bevelled mirror panels flanked by acanthus decorated columns 126cm wide, 65cm high £200-300

477 A late Regency mahogany Pembroke table the crossbanded top over a boxwood strung frieze drawer and opposing dummy drawer raised on square tapering legs 80cm wide, 73cm high, 56cm deep, 106cm extended £100-200

484 An Anglo Indian occasional table the shaped rectangular top with Dends over baluster turned support frieze, the whole raised on fluted tapering turned legs united by Xframe stretchers 95cm wide, 76cm high, 50cm wide £100-120

470 A 19th century Chippendale style mahogany open arm chair with serpentine top rail over a reticulated vase shaped splat and cushioned seat raised on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet; and a mahogany open arm chair with serpentine top rail over a reticulated vase shaped splat and drop in pad seat raised on square legs with stretchers (2) £200-300

478 A late 19th century altered walnut work table the turned handle over hinged lid with shaped apron raised on baluster turned splayed legs united by a single shelf 41cm wide, 70cm high £150-180

471 A George III mahogany bowfront chest with two short drawers over three long drawers, bracket feet 104cm wide, 102cm high, 52cm deep £250-350 472 A George III mahogany bowfront chest with two short over three long drawers, on bracket feet, replaced back board 104cm wide, 98cm high, 33cm deep £250-350 473 An Edwardian mahogany revolving book case of square form, the crossbanded top over two tiers on a plain base 47cm square, 79cm high £150-200 474 A 19th century Sheraton style satinwood inlaid occasional table of circular form with marquetry on four square tapered legs terminating in brass caps and casters 61cm diameter, 70cm high £300-500

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479 A Regency mahogany waterfall bookcase with four open shelves over two frieze drawers with crossbanded cloth panelled doors raised on squat baluster turned legs 9cm wide, 162cm high, 30cm deep £350-450 480 An Art Deco Whytock & Reid walnut chimney piece, circa 1930’s with boxwood inlay 155cm wide, 135cm high, 49cm deep £200-300 481 A 17th century style oak bible box the hinged sloping lid over carved frieze and side panels 58cm wide, 28cm high, 48cm deep £150-250 482 A late 20th century sofa the double arched cushioned back over rounded arms and loose cushioned seat raised on squat baluster turned legs terminating in brass caps and castors, the whole with a loose floral cover 153wide, 80cm high, 110cm deep £300-500 482A An early 20th century beech and upholstered foot stool covered in foliate woolwork, raised on twin rocker supports united by baluster turned stretchers £200-300

485 A Louis XVI style settee the rope twist framed cushioned back over open acanthus carved cushioned arms sprung seat raised on fluted tapering turned legs terminating in pointed feet 124cm wide, 96cm high, 66cm deep £400-600 486 A 19th century elm lambing chair the serpentine top over panelled back flanked by wings with partial open arms over a plank seat with under drawer raised on square legs with rockers £300-400 487 A Regency style giltwood convex mirror of circular form with moulded rim and ball decoration, ebony slip 62cm diameter £200-300 488 A Georgian style wing back armchair the serpentine back rail over out stretched scroll arms and loose cushioned seat raised on cabriole legs; and two other armchairs (3) £150-250 489 A Victorian rosewood and woolwork pole screen the oval screen depicting a parrot raised on a turned support with carved cabriole legs 46cm wide, 191cm high Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£250-350 490 A late Regency mahogany bowfront chest the shaped moulded top over a plain frieze above five graduated long drawers flanked by fluted columns raised on turned supports 127cm wide, 126cm high, 58cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£250-350


491 A 17th century style oak gate-leg table the oval top over block and turned supports united by a stretcher 95cm wide extended, 70cm high, 92cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£150-250 492 A George III bowfront mahogany dressing mirror the mirror of oval form with bevelled mirror plate raised on serpentine supports over three drawers raised on bracket feet. 68cm wide, 63cm high, 26cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£200-300 493 A George III mahogany bowfront chest the moulded top over a plain frieze above four graduated long drawers, raised on shaped bracket feet 115cm wide, 100cm high, 57cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£400-600 494 A 20th century gilt metal mirror In the Queen Anne style the arched top with reticulated urn and flower motif over a bevelled mirror plate surrounded by a border of acanthus leaves with shell set corners 57cm x 32cm £120-180 495 A 19th century walnut throne armchair the rectangular cushioned back over splayed out stretched arms and stuff over seat raised on barley twist supports and united by matching stretchers £200-300 496 A 19th century stained oak coffer the rectangular panelled top enclosing a fitted interior over a plain frieze, raised on a plinth base 93cm wide, 40cm high, 46cm deep £100-150 496A A 19th century Irish carved mahogany silver table In the George II style with rectangular canted top above a scroll and shell carved frieze centred by mask motifs raised on cabriole legs terminating in carved paw feet 79cm wide, 78cm high, 52cm deep £400-600

497 A 19th century camphor wood coffer the moulded top over a plain frieze above a single drawer raised on a plinth base 110cm wide, 62cm high, 60cm deep £100-150 498 An Edwardian mahogany inlaid fold over games table the shaped apron over turned and reeded legs united by an H-form stretcher £200-250 499 A Victorian mahogany two door wardrobe the plain cornice above two arched panelled doors on a plain base £200-300 500 A Victorian mahogany three door wardrobe the plain cornice above three moulded panelled doors surmounted by foliate finials on a plain base £250-350 501 A 19th century painted giltwood altered headboard of arched form, painted in green and cream with gilt rococo scrollwork decoration 156cm wide, 139cm high £150-250 502 A pair of large terracotta garden urns each with circular rim, twin handles and square base with acanthus leaf decoration £1,200-1,800 503 A large terracotta garden urn with circular rim, ribbed body and square base 87cm wide, 65cm high £300-500 504 A painted terracotta garden urn and stand turquoise coloured, the urn of circular form with palmette frieze, the stand of square form with arched panels 52cm wide, 103cm high £150-250 505 A late 19th century Louis XV style three fold fire surround each fold with arched top and foliate scrollwork frame 122cm wide, 66cm high £200-300

506 A set of six Hepplewhite style mahogany dining chairs each with serpentine top rail over a pierced vertical splat and drop in pad seat raised on moulded square tapering legs united by H stretchers, including one carver; and two matched seats of similar design (8) £800-1,200

513 A George III mahogany bowfront hanging corner cabinet the projected dentil cornice over two doors, enclosing shelves, moulded base with later alterations 68cm wide, 107cm high, 49cm deep

507 A 17th century style oak gateleg table the oval top raised on bobbin turned supports united by a peripheral stretcher 121cm wide, 69cm high, 98cm deep £600-900

514 An Arts and Crafts style oak sideboard the projected cornice over a mirror back flanked by foliate carved panels over a rectangular top with two frieze drawers and carved panel drawers raised on stile supports 138cm wide, 158cm high, 49cm deep £200-300

508 A Victorian oak three fold screen decorated with gilt and painted religious scenes, each fold raised on turned supports 157cm wide, 186cm high £100-150 509 A Victorian oak extending dining table the moulded rectangular top over a plain frieze raised on fluted baluster turned legs terminating in bun feet 311cm wide (extended), 73cm high, 137cm deep £500-700 510 A George III style twin pedestal dining table the moulded top over turned supports raised on triform fluted legs terminating in brass lion paw feet and casters 242cm wide, 75cm high, 107cm deep £600-800 511 A pair of George III mahogany demi-lune tables the top over boxwood strung frieze raised on square tapering legs 138cm wide, 72cm high, 62cm deep Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£300-500 512 A set of four Victorian mahogany ladderback dining chairs each with serpentine top rail over a horizontal pierced splat with drop in seats raised on moulded square legs, united by an H-stretcher Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£200-300 512A An 18th century and later oak and walnut stool the cartouche shaped seat raised on leaf carved cabriole legs £1,200-1,500

Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£200-300

515* A 19th century stained oak pot cupboard the square top over an open shelf with a single cupboard door raised on square legs with stretchers 45cm square, 30cm high £100-150 516 A mahogany four poster bed with turned foliate carved supports and cream upholstery 43cm wide, 217cm high £500-800 517 Three Regency style painted chairs Of recent manufacture each painted in cream and gilt with a tablet top rail over a horizontal scrolled splat above a cane seat raised on fluted and turned legs (3) £200-300 518 A George III mahogany bureau bookcase the projected cornice above a geometric pattern frieze over astragal glazed doors, the fall flap with inlaid fitted interior over four long drawers, on bracket feet 106cm wide, 212cm high Provenance: The Estate of the Late Jean Gordon Welsh

£400-600 519 An Edwardian painted satinwood oval table painted with flowers and foliage, raised on slender square tapered legs united by a shaped X-form stretcher 85cm wide, 72cm high, 59cm deep £1,000-1,500

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collect a bidding number before the

guarantee that lines will be

The buyer shall pay the hammer

(‘DACS’) and no handling costs or

sale begins, and show that number

available, or that we will be able to

price together with a premium

additional fees are retained by the

if successful in purchasing a lot.

call you on the day, but will

thereon.

auctioneer. Resale royalties are not

Please ensure that the auctioneer

endeavour to undertake such bids to

ANTIQUES, JEWELLERY & SILVER

subject to VAT.

repeats the number correctly when

the best of our abilities.

AND PICTURES (NOT FINE SALES)

Please note that the royalty payment

confirming the sale. If there is any

is calculated on the rate of exchange

Methods of Payment

17.5%.

doubt at this stage as to the

at the European Central Bank on the

Goods purchased will not be

hammer price or buyer it must be

date of the sale.

released until we have received full

brought to the auctioneer’s attention

More information on Droit de Suite

payment.

immediately. All lots will be invoiced

is available at www.dacs.org.uk

to the name and address given on

Damage and Restoration

your registration form, which is non-

Occasionally when a lot has suffered

transferable. If you have purchased

extensive damage and/or restoration

a lot you may take your bidding

it is indicated in the catalogue. This

ensure that they are correct.

ALL OTHER SALES (FINE/SPECIAL/COLLECTIONS) 25% UP TO £25,000 / 20% THEREAFTER. VAT will be charged on the premium at the rate imposed by law. (see our Terms and Conditions of Sale). VAT The symbol * by a lot number indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate on the hammer price. The symbol † by a lot number indicates that the lot has been temporarily imported from outside the EU and that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the rate of 5% on the hammer price and the buyer’s

Cash Cash payments can be made at the accounts desk during or after a sale. Cheque

number to the accounts department

Cheques should be made payable to

is mentioned entirely at our

and receive an invoice immediately.

Lyon and Turnbull Ltd. We reserve

discretion for the benefit of buyers.

If you have not been successful

the right to wait until cheques have

Where there is no mention of

please leave the number at the

been cleared by our bankers before

damage and/or restoration this

Registration or Reception desks.

releasing bought goods. Cheques

should not be taken to mean that there is none. It is the buyer’s responsibility to ensure that the condition of lots is to their satisfaction (see our Terms and Conditions of Sale).

premium.

Condition Reports

can be cleared prior to sale on

In writing Bid forms are available at the sale and at the back of the catalogue. These should be submitted in person, by post, or by fax as soon as possible prior to the sale and we will

request. Cheques drawn by third parties cannot be accepted. If paying by post please include the slip from your invoice. Switch or Credit Cards

bid on your behalf up to the limit

Payment can be made by Switch,

No VAT is payable on the hammer

If potential buyers are unable to

indicated. In the event of receiving

Mastercard or Visa cards. There is a

price or premium for books bought

inspect lots in person our specialists

two identical bids the first one

surcharge of 1.5% on credit card

at auction.

will be happy to prepare detailed

received will take precedence. They

payments.

Condition Reports on individual lots

must be received at the very latest

Collection

as quickly as possible. These are for

at least an hour before the sale. We

It is the buyer’s responsibility to

will do our utmost to execute these

ascertain collection procedures,

Droit de Suite This symbol § indicates works which may be subject to the Droit de Suite or Artist’s Resale Right, which took effect in the United Kingdom on 14th

guidance only and all lots are sold ‘as found’ (see our standard Terms

bids but we offer this service entirely

particularly if the sale is not being

and Conditions of Sale).

at the bidder’s risk.

held at our main saleroom.

February 2006.

SOLD SUBJECT TO OUR STANDARD CONDITIONS OF SALE, COPIES OF WHICH ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST OR AT www.lyonandturnbull.com

33 Broughton Place, Edinburgh EH1 3RR Tel +44 (0)131 557 8844 Fax +44 (0)131 557 8668 email. info@lyonandturnbull.com www.lyonandturnbull.com

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11-12 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5LU Tel +44 (0)20 7930 9115 Fax +44 (0)20 7930 9629

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