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Mallams Abingdon

Mallams THE HOUSE & GARDEN SALE

HOUSE & GARDEN SALE 13th/14th June 2016

www.mallams.co.uk

Monday 13th / Tuesday 14th June 2016 ABINGDON


Mallams AUCTIONEERS

THE HOUSE & GARDEN SALE Day One - Monday 13th June at 11am Decorative Furniture, Paintings, Silver, Rugs and Textiles Lots 1 - 501 Day Two – Tuesday 14th June at 11am Garden Ornament, Sculpture and Architectural Elements Lots 1000 - 1225

Viewing: Friday 10th June 9am to 5pm Saturday 11th June 9am to 4pm Sunday 12th June 10am to 3pm And the morning of the sale from 8.30am

Auction and Enquiries: Dunmore Court, Wootton Road, Abingdon OX13 6BH Tel: 01235 462840 Fax: 01235 534788 enquiries@mallams.co.uk Online catalogue at www.mallams.co.uk To bid online please go to www.the-saleroom.com

Conditions of Sale: The auction is subject to Important Notices, Conditions of Sale and to reserves. See Map at End of Catalogue for Directions to Dunmore Court, Abingdon

Condition Reports Please note that there are no condition reports printed in the catalogue or on any website listing. They are available on request from the office or by email enquiries@mallams.co.uk


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British and Continental Ceramics, Glass & Works of Art

Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd June 2016 Cheltenham

At Grosvenor Galleries 26 Grosvenor Street Cheltenham GL52 2SG Enquiries: 01242 235712 or cheltenham@mallams.co.uk

A pair of Flight, Barr & Barr classical style pedestal gilded urns circa 1813-1840 ÂŁ600-800


Mallams

The Gentleman’s Library Sale Including Fine Antiquarian and Modern Books and Manuscripts

Wednesday 29th June

01865 241358 Bocardo House OX1 2EB mary.lloyd@mallams.co.uk

Illustrated: Ian Fleming, 1st Editions. Sold in March 2016 for ÂŁ10,500


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IMPORTANT NOTICES: CHANGES TO THE DROITE DE SUITE OR ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHTS ***Pictures produced by European Artists can be subject to the Droite de Suite or Artist’s Resale Right which took effect in the United Kingdom on the 14th February 2006. Under this legislation Mallams is required to collect a royalty payment for works by living artists which sell for more than 1000 Euros. This now also applies to works by artists who have died within the last seventy years. It is calculated on the Rate of Exchange at the European Central Bank on the date of sale. It is charged to the buyer as a percentage of the hammer price and in addition to the buyer’s premium. The Artist’s Resale right is not subject to VAT. The charge for Works of Art sold at or above 1000 Euros and below 50,000 Euros is 4%. For items selling above this figure the fee is calculated on a sliding scale. These charges are paid to the Design and Artist’s Copyright Society (DACS). No additional fees or handling costs are retained by Mallams. For more information visit www.dacs.org.uk. Please be aware of this extra charge and especially the recent changes if you intend to bid for any works which might fall into the above category. POST 1950 FURNITURE All items of furniture included in this sale are offered for sale as works of art.The items may not comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) Safety Regulations 1988 and for this reason, they should not be used in a private dwelling.

EXPLANATION OF PICTURE CATALOGUING TERMS A work catalogued with the full name of the artist in our opinion, is or is probably a work by that artist, however intending buyers are respectfully reminded to fully satisfy themselves prior to bidding as the catalogue description does NOT represent a certificate of authenticity. Other wise the following terms are used: ‘Attributed to’ … in our opinion the work is probably by the artist named in whole or in part. ‘Circle of ’ … in our opinion the work is by an artist influenced by the named artist and of the period. ‘Follower of ’ … in our opinion the work is executed in the named artist’s style. ‘Manner of ’ … in our opinion the work is executed in the named artist’s style but is of a considerably later date. ‘School (together with place or country and date)’ … in our opinion the work was executed in that location at that time. ‘After’ … in our opinion the work is a copy of a known painting by the named artist. ‘Signed’ … in our opinion the signature is by the hand of the artist stated. ‘Bears signature’ … in our opinion there is an element of doubt over the signature or it has been added by another hand.

Please note that condition reports are not printed in the catalogue or on our website. However, we are happy to provide them on request subject to our terms and conditions of sale. The absence of any reference in any description does not imply the lot is without fault.

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DAY 1 Lots 1- 501


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DAY ONE, 13TH JUNE 2016

THERE IS A PREMIUM OF 20% OF THE HAMMER PRICE ON ALL SALES.THIS IS SUBJECT TO V.A.T.

1. AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN OCTAGONAL TEA CANISTER decorated in blue, gold and iron red, with original cover (AF), 8.3cm wide x 10.6cm high together with a continental porcelain tea canister with gilt stripe decoration and floral swags, 7.5cm wide (2) £70-90

2. A LOUIS XVI STYLE OAK FRAMED BUTTON UPHOLSTERED CHAIR with squab cushion and carved cabriole legs 68cm wide x 93cm high £150-250

3. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CASED DIAL CLOCK, the cushion moulded case around a spun bezel, the painted face with Roman numerals signed ‘S Furtwengler, Llanelly’, the four pillar fusee movement with passing hour strike on a bell, 51cm diameter £200-400

5. A PAIR OF PORCELAIN TABLE LAMPS of vase form with stylised swan handles 37cm high, each with an oval shade (2) £80-120 4. A PAIR OF FRENCH OVAL GUERIDONS with marble inset tops bordered by pierced brass galleries, three drawers to the front and with parquetry decoration overall, the legs united by a kidney shaped undertier and the front legs terminating in brass mounted feet, 46cm wide x 73cm high (2) £200-400

6. A VICTORIAN CARVED WOOD GILT FRAMED SMALL CAMEL BACK SOFA upholstered in purple material, with scrolling arms and serpentine fronted seat, standing on short cabriole legs, 148cm wide x 87cm high £300-500

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7. A PAIR OF GOLD AND BLACK STRIPED ORIENTAL BOXES for use as occasional tables, with brass carrying handles to the side and standing on bases with bracket feet, 53cm wide x 56cm high (2) £150-250

8. A PERSIAN TABRIZ RUG with a central motif, geometric foliate decoration and a multiple banded border, 124cm x 168cm £150-250

10. AN ANTIQUE PINE DRESSER BASE with two frieze drawers with fielded panels, standing on turned legs, 143cm wide x 77.5cm high £500-800

9. A PERSIAN SAROUK RED GROUND RUG with a multiple banded border and foliate decoration, 125cm x 202cm £300-500

11. A PAIR OF GREY PAINTED GEORGE III SIDE CHAIRS in the Hepplewhite manner, the oval backs with palmette pierced decoration with rush upholstered seats, standing on square tapering legs united by a stretcher, overall decorated in greens with painted husk and floral swags and scrolls, 50cm wide £700-900

12. A PAIR OF RUSSIAN BRASS EJECTOR CANDLE STICKS, stamped with a mark beneath and date 1883, the knopped stems on circular spreading bases, the shades with flower and star cut decoration and blue enamel bordered flaring rims, each standing 49cm high £200-300

13. A PAIR OF LARGE TURNED BRASS CANDLESTICKS with knopped and baluster turned stems and circular spreading bases, each 96.5cm high (2) £200-400

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14. A PAIR OF CRANBERRY GLASS OVOID HANGING LIGHT FITTINGS with honeycomb moulded pattern to the glass and with pierced finials beneath and on an adjustable chain suspension, each lamp 40cm high (2) £400-600

15. AN OLD GILT BRASS HEXAGONAL PLAFONNIER TYPE HANGING LIGHT FITTING with frosted glass glazed facets and suspended from three heavy chains, 62cm wide £500-800

16. AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE CYLINDRICAL QUART TANKARD decorated in cobalt blue with buildings in a landscape and with a cast handle in the form of a dragon, 14.5cm high £100-200

17. A VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED TURNED WOODEN ALMS BOWL in the form of a grain scoop, decorated with a monogram surmounted by a Bishop’s mitre, the silver mounts marked for London 1879 and makers marks of Thornhill & Co, 23cm diameter £150-250

18. AN OLD CHILDS ASH AND ELM STICK BACK WINDSOR ARMCHAIR with carved and ‘D’ shaped seat and turned legs united by stretchers 39cm wide together with an antique circular stool with dish top and three legs 29cm diameter (2) £80-120

19. A CONTEMPORARY DUCK EGG BLUE LEATHER BUTTON UPHOLSTERED TUB CHAIR with studded decoration to the scrolling arm fronts and standing on dark stained square tapering legs 85cm wide £150-250

20. AN 18TH CENTURY FRENCH STYLE DARK STAINED PINE LOW OCCASIONAL TABLE, with parcel gilt pierced ribbon decorated frieze and acanthus leaf carved cabriole legs, with inset glass top, 76cm wide x 130cm long x 45cm high £100-200

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21. AN AFGHAN BROWN GROUND RUG with architectural panel decoration within a multiple border, 176cm x 113cm £30-60

22. A CHINESE RED GROUND CARPET c.1930, having a bird resting on a branch with blossom within an ivory border, 270cm x 350cm £300-500

23. AN ANTIQUE NEST OF THREE ROSEWOOD TABLES with turned supports, the largest 44cm wide £300-500

24. AN OLD PAINTED THREE FOLD SCREEN, painted with lilies and butterflies to one side and with red cotton material to the other, each panel 62cm wide x 180cm high £100-200

25. A LATE 19TH CENTURY MIDDLE EASTERN POLYCHROME RUNNER with four central diamond motifs, geometric decoration and a multiple banded border, 106cm x 350cm £150-250

26. AN ANTIQUE TWO TIER OCCASIONAL TABLE, each tier set with mother of pearl inlaid lacquered shaped panels depicting exotic birds amongst foliage and with pierced galleried edges, on turned gilt wooden supports and splaying feet, 49.5cm wide x 76.5cm high £100-200

27. A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS of fluted Corinthian column form, on square spreading bases, marks for Sheffield 1906, makers mark GD&S (loaded) £200-300

28. A VICTORIAN SILVER HIP FLASK with engraved monogram to each side, marks for Birmingham 1874 and makers mark of George Unite, 12cm high £120-180

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29. A SILVER THREE PIECE CRUET SET with pepper pot, mustard pot and salt, all within a pierced and gadroon decorated cruet standing on bun feet and with loop handle, marks for London 1910, 10.5cm wide £60-80

30. A 19TH CENTURY GILTWOOD OVERMANTLE MIRROR with triple bevelled glass mirror plates and moulded decoration, ‘Apollo bringing in the dawn’, 138cm wide x 90cm high £350-450

31. A LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRASS PARROT CAGE, of spiralled wire form, a brass bell finial, loop handle and a square base, 80cm in height £100-200

33.TWO HAND PAINTED WOODEN DECOY WIDGEON DUCKS, 35cm in length, a further modern handpainted decoy duck (3) £200-300

32. A 19TH CENTURY CHINESE PORCELAIN VASE of hexagonal baluster form, converted to a lamp with gilt metal mounts, overall 92cm in height £200-300

34. A 19TH CENTURY SAMPSON PORCELAIN FAMILY GROUP, 30cm wide x 33cm high £150-250

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35. A SET OF SIX CARVED GILTWOOD TWIN BRANCH WALL LIGHTS of scrolling acanthus leaf design, 34cm in height (6) £300-400

36. A MID 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE EMBROIDERY depicting exotic birds, flowers and dragon, 140cm x 175cm £200-300


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37. A LATE 19TH CENTURY WALL MIRROR with a shaped top and lacquered chinoiserie decoration, 80cm in length £80-120

38. A LATE 18TH CENTURY DUTCH WALNUT AND MARQUETRY CABINET, having a shaped top and glazed doors above panelled doors below, raised on turned bun feet, 144cm wide £1000-2000

39. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE with classical figure decoration and an end drawer, on ring turned legs and casters, 88cm wide together with a Victorian carved walnut occasional chair with needlepoint upholstery and turned legs, 50cm wide (2) £100-200

41. A MIDDLE EASTERN KELIM UPHOLSTERED SQUARE STOOL with hooked design and tied ends, approximately 70cm square £50-150

42. A SET OF SIX 18TH CENTURY COUNTRY OAK DINING CHAIRS, each with a pierced vase shaped splat and drop-in rush seats, with square section legs and stretchers 49cm wide £200-300

40. A SET OF THREE VICTORIAN ETCHINGS of the Duke of Wellington, Queen Victorian and Admiral Lord Nelson, each mounted in similarly sized maplewood frames with gilt slips, each frame 41cm wide x 49cm high overall (3) £150-250

43. A VICTORIAN DRESS SWORD with shaped ivory grip, cast brass guard, the curving blade with etched decoration to include a VR cypher and makers signature of J. B. Johnstone of Sackville Street, London, the sword with a brass scabbard, with twin ring suspension loops, 88cm long overall £100-200

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44. AN 18TH CENTURY FRUITWOOD AND BURR WALNUT CROSSBANDED CHEST of two short and three long drawers with brass handles and an additional short drawer in the base with bracket feet 96cm wide £300-500

46. A 19TH CENTURY GILT INK STAND, the blue flash glass inkwell with ormolu mounts and flanked by greyhounds to either side supporting a coronet, all creating a crest, the stand cast with a helmet, foliate scrolls and winged cherubs, one emblematic of music and other of writing, 28cm wide x 18cm high £200-400

48. A SILVER MOUNTED RECTANGULAR PHOTOGRAPH FRAME with oak back, the frame 23.5cm high, the aperture 14.5cm x 19.5cm, marks for Birmingham 1915 £30-50

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45. A GROUP OF FIVE BRISTOL GREEN GLASS FINGER BOWLS, each 12cm diameter (5) £100-200

47. A MODERN SILVER AND TURNED MAHOGANY BOTTLE COASTER with pierced sides, 13cm diameter together with a further smaller bottle coaster (2) £30-50

49. A SILVER SAUCEBOAT with serpentine rim, scrolling handle and standing on three shell cast feet, marks for Chester 1906, 18.5cm long £80-120

50. A 19TH CENTURY OVAL GILT GESSO FRAMED WALL MIRROR with an urn crest, ribbon ties and acanthus leaf swags, a sectional glass border and beaded decoration, 86cm wide x 133cm in height £300-500


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51. JAMES NORTH (20TH CENTURY SCHOOL) A pair of still life paintings of flowers in vases, each oils on canvas, 49cm x 39cm £80-120

52. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, A shoulder length portrait of a girl wearing a yellow dress and holding a dog, oil on canvas, 43cm x 35cm £150-250

53. AN AFGHAN RED GROUND RUG with a banded border and geometric decoration, 128cm x 200cm £150-250

54. A FRENCH WHITE PAINTED CABINET, the upper part with moulded cornice above two glazed doors enclosing shelves, the lower part with two drawers above two cupboard doors, 115cm wide £100-200 55. AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE IMARI PATTERNED PORCELAIN TEA CANISTER of octagonal form, with later white metal cover, 9.5cm wide £60-80

56. A CARVED COCONUT VESSEL, the silver plated lining marked Madras, the coconut carved with figural decoration and having three cast elephant feet, overall 13cm wide £100-200

57. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TALL CHEST of six drawers with brass strung inlay to the drawer fronts and pilaster columns standing on tapering square feet 98cm wide x 149cm high £200-400

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58. A MAHOGANY FRAMED GEORGIAN STYLE WING BACK ARMCHAIR upholstered in light blue material with acanthus leaf pattern, overstuffed upholstery to the back, sides, arms and seat and with fluted arm supports and on square legs united by an ‘H’ stretcher 68cm wide £200-400

59. A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE MIRROR, the rectangular cushion moulded swing mirror with scroll supports and on a serpentine fronted base with three drawers and turned outset front legs, 61.5cm wide x 69.5cm high £80-120

61. A BRONZE SCULPTURE OF AN ELEPHANT, 29cm long trunk to tail x 20cm high £200-300

60. A CAST BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A TERN flying above the waves, mounted on a shaped marble base, approximately 48cm wide x 47cm high overall £200-300

62. AN ANTIQUE GILT BRASS SEVEN LIGHT CANDELABRUM with six scrolling branches, the central stem decorated with fawn masks, fruit swags, scrolls and further scrolls supported by a triform base with decorative feet, 71cm high overall £200-400

64. A WHITE PAINTED PLASTER BUST of a Victorian gentleman in Roman costume and on a turned socle, the bust standing on a plinth base of fluted column form with laurel swags, the bust 77cm high, the plinth base 117cm high (2) £300-500

63. A 19TH CENTURY BRASS AND STEEL OIL LAMP BASE of cluster column form on a pierced rose decorated plinth, above a stepped base and with winged chimera feet, later converted for electric use, 56cm high £200-400

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65. A 19TH CENTURY AMERICAN MAHOGANY AND PARCEL GILT WALL MIRROR with vase finial and swan neck pediment, inlaid eagle decoration, the mirror flanked by fruiting swags’ beneath a scene depicting a church by a river, 52cm wide x 125cm high £400-600

66. A HAMMERED PEWTER ARTS & CRAFTS TABLE LAMP with leaf design to the flaring rim and three strapwork supports around the central column and on a spreading circular base 34cm high £100-150

67. A GEORGE III MAP SAMPLER worked by ‘Hannah Harwood’, depicting a map of England and Wales within a floral banded border, worked in coloured silks 36cm x 31cm With a label to the back stating: Hannah Harwood produced this sampler when she was 8 years old, she was born on 1786 and died in 1838 £200-300

68. AN ANTIQUE HAND COLOURED MAP OF BERKSHIRE, depicting Windsor Castle and further Counties by John Speed, 39cm x 51cm £100-200

69. A RETRO FLOOR STANDING TWO LIGHT FLOOR LAMP, the base marked ‘Series S, an Interstore Product, Design Director - Simon Fussell’, 131cm high £70-90

70. A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STYLE CYLINDRICAL HALL LANTERNS, 41cm high £80-120

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71. AN ELIZABETH II SILVER VINAIGRETTE with engine turned and cast decoration to the box and with a pierced hinged cast grill within, marks for Birmingham 1977 and makers mark of AM over W, 4.4cm wide £100-200

72. JOHN KIRBY (b.1949) ‘A Modern Priest’, oil on board, signed, inscribed and dated to the reverse and with a ‘Flowers East of 199/205 Richmond Road, London’ gallery label, 37.7cm x 29.3cm £200-300

73. SANDRA FISHER (1947-1994) ‘In Philippes Arms (from Goethe)’, monotype, signed in the margin and dated 1991 lower right, 30cm x 25cm £50-80

74. 21ST CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL ‘A FEEDING CALF, 3 WEEKS OLD’, charcoal on paper, indistinctly signed and inscribed lower right, possibly C.Gordon and dated ‘04, 75.5cm x 55.5cm £80-120

75. A SET OF EIGHT COPPER BOSSES painted black and with Arabic script in gold, each 32cm diameter (8) £100-200

76. A PAIR OF ORIENTAL, POSSIBLY KASHMIRI, BLACK LACQUERED TURNED WOODEN CANDLE STICKS with knopped stem and painted with roundels, 32cm high (2) £40-60 77. AN ANTIQUE CHINESE GREEN, YELLOW AND BROWN GLAZED POTTERY DOG OF FO, seated on a pierced plinth base, 29cm high together with a smaller similar dog of fo, 21cm high (2) £200-300

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78. AN 18TH CENTURY POLYCHROME DELFT WARE PLATE decorated with stylized floral sprays in cartouches, 21.5cm diameter £100-200

79. A PEARL WARE BLUE AND WHITE MUG, possibly by Hollins, with ‘Speed the Plough’ emblem and motto ‘May we never want a friend and a bottle to give him’, 13.5cm high (damages) £50-80

80. A PAIR OF MID 18TH CENTURY BRISTOL DELFT WARE SLIP GLAZED TILES c.1750, each 13cm square (2) £50-80

81. AN ANTIQUE TIN GLAZED DELFT WARE CLOCK FACE with Arabic numerals and holes drilled for attachment, 21.8cm diameter £200-300

82. A VICTORIAN PRATT WARE MUG decorated with hunting scenes and with registration diamond beneath, 9cm high together with a Parian ware vine moulded pink ground pin dish, 9.5cm diameter (2) £40-60

83. A MID 18TH CENTURY LONDON OR BRISTOL DELFT WARE POLY CHROME BOWL, the outside decorated with an oriental figure by Rockwork and with scrolling flowers and insects, 22.5cm diameter £200-400

84. A MID 18TH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE DECORATED ENGLISH DELFT WARE STRAINER with foliate decoration in cobalt blue and pierced star decoration to the bowl and standing on three short feet, 23cm diameter £100-200

85. A BRASS BOUND COOPERED OAK LOG BUCKET with hinged carrying handles and galvanized liner, 47cm wide x 46cm high together with a Victorian green ground Japanned coal box with brass carrying handle, 30cm wide (2) £100-200

86. A WHITE PAINTED ABSTRACT CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE of an expanding form mounted on a hardwood plinth base 53cm high £80-120

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87. A VICTORIAN SILVER VASE of squat baluster form with ring handles and stamped beneath with a makers mark of Charles Edwards No. 395 and Oxford, together with assay marks for London 1882, 11.2cm high and approximately 484 grams in weight £100-200 88. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY FRENCH WALNUT FRAMED ARMCHAIRS with upholstered backs and seats, scrolling arms and sabre legs, each 58cm wide £300-500

89. A BLACK LEATHER BUTTON UPHOLSTERED LONG LOW RECTANGULAR STOOL with turned carved mahogany legs and brass casters, 166cm long x 45cm high £1000-1500

91. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH ROSEWOOD TALL CHEST OF SEVEN DRAWERS with inlaid decoration, a serpentine front and ormolu mounts, 56cm wide £300-500

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90. A GREEN BUTTON LEATHER UPHOLSTERED CHAISE LONGUE with scrolling end and turned legs terminating in brass casters, 170cm long £300-500

92. A SET OF EIGHT COLOURED SILK UPHOLSTERED DINING CHAIRS, the arching crest to the overstuffed upholstered backs and seats, above fluted square front legs, each chair upholstered in a different coloured material with a similar pattern, 54cm wide £500-800


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93. A YEW WOOD CIRCULAR DROP LEAF GATE LEG DINING TABLE, on turned legs united by stretchers, each leaf supported by a double gate leg, 156cm wide £400-600

94. A COALPORT DINNER SERVICE with silver border with arch decoration, pattern number 10403, the service consisting of 15 dinner plates, 17 dessert plates, 17 starter plates, 18 side plates, 2 oval meat platters, a sauce boat and stand, 12 soup bowls and 7 saucers, and two vegetable tureens £300-500

95. A CANADIAN SILVER PLATE AND BLUE GLASS VASE of trumpet form with pierced decoration to the stand and on a circular spreading base, 50.5cm high overall £100-200

96. A PAIR OF ANTIQUE WROUGHT IRON FIRE DOGS of large size, the square finials above forged hoops and with hatched curving front supports 78cm high £200-300

97. 18TH/19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL A woodland path with figures, watercolour and body colour, bearing signature ‘Gainsborough’ 21cm x 28cm £100-200

98. AN OLD OVAL WALL HANGING MIRROR with bevelled mirror plate and with white painted moulded framed surmounted by a flower decorated pierced crest 86cm wide x 112cm high £100-200

99. AN OLD HARDWOOD RED STAINED COFFER with pierced escutcheons to the twin locks and pierced corner mounts and wrought iron carrying handles to either end, the lifting lid opening to reveal two candle boxes within 144cm wide x 50cm high £150-250

100. AN OLD WROUGHT IRON CHIMNEY CRANE with a trigger pot adjustment 117cm high overall £100-200

101. A LARGE HEAVY CAST IRON FIRE BACK decorated with an eagle flanked by scrolling dolphins to either side and with initials J.R. and dated 1983, 92cm wide x 72cm high £100-200

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103. GERNOT TEMECH (1947) Pen, ink and watercolour on pressed paper, signed lower right and inscribed New York and dated ‘83 lower left, 32.5cm x 24cm £70-90

102. GERNOT TEMECH (1947) ‘Carrying an American Bomb’, pen, ink and watercolour, signed lower right, inscribed New York and dated ‘83, 30cm x 25cm £50-80

104. A GROUP OF THREE VARIOUS BAG TYPE HANGING LIGHT FITTINGS with cut glass drops, the largest 32cm diameter together with a further handing light fitting with hanging faceted batons (4) £80-120

105. AN OLD HANGING NINELIGHT ELECTROLIER with gilt metal lily flowers and hanging cut glass drop swags, approximately 65cm high overall £100-200

106. A CENTRAL ASIAN RED GROUND HALL CARPET decorated with two rows of interlinked octagonal medallions within a geometric border, 300cm x 155cm £100-200

107. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH, SAVONNERIE STYLE, SILVER THREAD TAPESTRY with a central apple green ground roundel within a mid red field, approximately 170cm x 179cm £100-200

108. A FRENCH KING WOOD AND GILT METAL MOUNTED SERPENTINE WRITING DESK, fitted with one drawer, with inset porcelain panels on cabriole legs, 106cm x 61cm deep and 76cm high £150-250

109. A CHINESE CHIPPENDALE STYLE GILTWOOD HANGING WALL MIRROR, with pagoda and waterfall frame and carved acanthus surround, 149cm x 79cm £200-400 110.No Lot

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112. A 19TH CENTURY ROSEWOOD DRESSING BOX the interior with cut glass jars and boxes, some with silver plated mounts, 30cm wide £100-200

111. A FRENCH WALNUT BED with carved decoration to the flaming urn finials and back board with mask and scroll carved elements 154cm wide overall £200-400

113. A PAIR OF ANTIQUE BRASS CANDLESTICKS each with shaped circular bases and candle adjuster, each 19cm in height and two antique brass mortars (4) £80-120

114. AN ANTIQUE 19TH CENTURY CYLINDRICAL LANTERN with faceted sides, suspension loop and turned feet, pressed floral decoration overall 54.5cm high £100-200

115. AN EARLY TO MID 20TH CENTURY SWEDISH PEWTER INK WELL designed by O Ahlberg, the lid cast with a frog and the base with writhing fish, stamped underneath ‘Schreuder & Olsson, Stockholm’, 10.5cm wide £40-60

116. A RETRO BRASS WALL TIMEPIECE in the form of a starburst, the painted dial with blue bezel, Roman numerals and signed ‘Silvoz of Paris’, 27cm wide £100-150 117. A CONTEMPORARY CAST BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A PREGNANT MOTHER AND HER CHILD EMBRACING, 14cm high £200-300

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118. A SET OF THREE FRENCH STYLE ROTATING HIGH STOOLS with parcel gilt hardwood frames and tan leather button upholstered back and gilt tan leather overstuffed upholstered rotating seat with fluted legs untied by a circular stretcher, each approximately 55cm wide x 100.5cm high (3) £150-250

119.THREE LARGE POTTERY LAMPS, the largest 68cm in height and a pottery cherub candle holder with a glass shade, 58cm in height (4) £100-200

120. AN 18TH CENTURY DOME TOPPED STUDDED LEATHER TRUNK, the studs with a border of scrolls to the lid, with decoration of flowers in a vase to the front, cast brass escutcheon plate in the form of a vase of flowers and with wrought iron carrying handles to the side, the trunk with a later carved walnut and oak stand with cherub frontal supports, the trunk 124cm wide x 67cm high £800-1200

122. A HEREZ BRICK RED GROUND CARPET with a central star medallion and within a wide blue ground border (cut), 348cm x 245cm £200-400

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123. A MAHAL CAMEL GROUND CUSHION with stylised foliate decoration, 69cm x 57cm £20-50

121. RENATO ANATRA (20TH CENTURY SCHOOL) A Murano glass sculpture of a nude kneeling woman, mounted on a black glass plinth base and signed ‘R Anatra’, 28cm high overall £400-500

124. A LOUIS VUITTON LEATHER AND CANVAS BANDOULIÉRE with zipped leather pockets within, approximately 70cm wide £800-1200


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125. A WHITE LEATHER BELT with gilt metal mounts by Hermés of Paris, with pierced mounts and stamped within, complete with original box, the belt 88cm long £100-200

126. A PAIR OF CARDEILHAC OF PARIS SILVER, IVORY AND EBONY SALT AND PEPPER POTS of spherical reeded form with turned conical nozzles, and stamped beneath, each 3.5cm high (2) £200-300

127. A REGENCY GILT FRAMED CIRCULAR GIRANDOLE, the cresting carved with eagle and two dolphins, convex mirror plate and two candle branches, 82cm overall £100-200

128. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY GILT FRAMED RECTANGULAR PIER GLASS with moulded and projecting cornice above two lion masks and cluster columns with foliate carved terminals flanking the mirror plate, 95cm high overall £100-200

129. JOHN JONES, AFTER W.R. BIGG ‘Black Monday or The Departure for School’, and ‘The Return from School’, a pair, mezzotints, 48cm x 62cm; four engravings after Wheatley; and one further after George Morland (7) £100-200

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130. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER OCTAGONAL MUSTARD POT with cast shell thumb piece and a blue glass liner, marks for London and makers mark of The Pairpoint Brothers, 10cm wide x 7.8cm high overall £100-150 131. A VICTORIAN CYLINDRICAL MUSTARD POT with gadrooned edge, turned central knob, cast shell thumb piece and shaped handle, with marks for London 1842, with a clear glass liner, 7.2cm diameter x 6cm high £80-120 132. AN EDWARDIAN OVAL SILVER BASKET with hinged loop handle, pierced decoration and on a pierced conforming spreading foot, marks for Sheffield 1902 and makers mark of Walker and Hall, 33.5cm wide and approximately 890 grams in weight £200-300

133. A VICTORIAN CAST BRONZE LAMP BASE in the form of a putti holding a torch aloft, on a cast circular socle, stamped with a registration diamond, 26cm high £100-200

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134. A GEORGE III GILT FRAMED SETTEE with green ground red flower button upholstery to the back, seat, arms and sides with scrolling fluted decoration to the frame and with fluted tapering front legs terminating in brass castors 163cm wide x 92cm high £600-800

135. A FRENCH KINGWOOD EMPIRE STYLE WORK TABLE, the rectangular dished top above a frieze drawer with wool box beneath and standing on tapering shaped square section legs, decorated overall with acanthus leaf and classically cast metal mounts, 58cm wide x 71.5cm high £300-500

137. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY CORNER CHAIR, the arching cresting rail with scroll terminals, pierced shaped splats, overstuffed upholstered seat and standing on square legs, 82cm wide £300-500

138. A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STYLE CREAM PAINTED CARVER ARMCHAIRS, the bar backs with painted flower decoration, pierced splats, blue upholstered overstuffed seats and standing on turned tapering legs 56cm wide £200-300

139. A YELLOW PAINTED PINE SIDE TABLE with single frieze drawer and painted husk decoration to the top of the square tapering legs 88cm wide x 74.5cm high £100-200

140. A GROUP OF VICTORIAN CERAMICS, lustre wares etc. to include a teapot and sugar basin and cover, various jugs and plates (16) £100-150

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136. A REGENCY EBONISED TUB CHAIR, with shaped square tapering legs terminating in brass feet and casters, 61cm wide £400-600

141. A FAUX MARBLE TABLE LAMP of ionic column form 65cm high overall £80-120


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142. AN ANTIQUE PITCH PINE SIDE CABINET with raised mirrored back and single door with wire mesh panel, all standing on turned feet 76cm wide x 105.5cm high overall £200-300

143. A GREEN PAINTED OPEN ARMCHAIR decorated with bands of flowers, yellow overstuffed upholstered back and seat and standing on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet 54cm wide £150-250

144. AN ANTIQUE INDIAN HARDWOOD PIER GLASS OR WALL MIRROR, the crest with turned balusters and central pierced diaper section with carved scrolls, all surmounted by turned finials, the rectangular mirror plate within a moulded frame flanked by pilaster reeded columns to either side, with animal carved capitals, 128cm wide x 202cm high £1000-2000

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145. AN EMPIRE CHESTNUT OR POSSIBLY BIRCH WOOD CHEVAL MIRROR with gilt metal mounts to the columns supporting the rectangular hinged mirror plate, over a glove box and on rectangular supports united by stretchers and on arching feet, 79cm wide x 180.5cm high £400-600

146. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE PRESS with moulded cornice above twin oval panelled doors enclosing slides within, the secretaire drawer with inset leather skiver and fitted with pigeon holes and drawers, around a central cupboard with shell inlay, all above two short and two long drawers and standing on bracket feet, 127cm wide x 221cm high £300-500

147. A PAIR OF CREAM GROUND CURTAINS with embroidered floral swags, 260cm long x 220cm wide (2) £100-200

148. A PAIR OF HUNGARIAN PAINTED CARVED WOOD AND PARCEL GILT SCULPTURE BRACKETS of faceted tapering form with Gothic decoration, one with an inscription dated 1911, the other 1914, 82cm wide x 80cm high (2) £400-600

149. A VICTORIAN SILVER PRESSED AND PIERCED OVAL BASKET, decorated with flowers and fruit, marks for Birmingham 1897, 28.5cm wide £100-200

150. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SILVER COFFEE POT, of tapering circular form on a spreading circular base, with loop handle and hinged lid with turned finial, marks for London 1919, 20cm high £150-250

151. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY KNIFE BOX with a sloping top and shaped front 22cm wide and a collection of Joseph Rogers ivory handled knives £100-200

152. A 19TH CENTURY COUNTRY MADE CHILD’S ARMCHAIR with a ladder back and rush seat, turned supports and converted to a rocking chair, 48cm wide £200-300

153. A VICTORIAN OAK FRAMED LONG RECTANGULAR OVERMANTLE MIRROR with carved figure head decoration 197cm wide £100-200

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154. A PAIR OF 1930’S FRENCH FLORISTS DRIED FLOWER DISPLAYS in coopered wood barrels, each 72cm in height £150-250

155. AN 18TH CENTURY STUDDED LEATHER FIRE BUCKET with a strap handle, copper rim and Royal Crest decoration, 29cm diameter £150-200

156. A PAIR OF 1930’S MILLINERS TURNED AND FLUTED OAK HAT STANDS, the largest 135cm in height £150-200

157. A FRENCH MEDIEVAL STYLE TAPESTRY PAINTING ON CANVAS DEPICTING ANIMALS IN A FLOWERING MEADOW, 180cm x 143cm £150-250

158. A PAIR OF FRENCH LYON SILK CURTAINS with applique silk ribbon work, acanthus leaf decoration, together approximately 242cm long x 182cm wide £180-220

159. A BRASS ART NOUVEAU STYLE LIGHT FITTING with ovoid hobnail cut glass shade and pineapple finial beneath, 69cm high £300-500

160. A CUT GLASS SPHERICAL LIGHT FITTING surmounted by scrolls with a hobnail cut knop and a hobnail cut spherical lantern beneath with outset cut glass arms, 86cm high overall £600-800

161. A PERSIAN BLUE GROUND RUG with a central formal star medallion within a foliate border, 202cm x 120cm £70-150

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162. A PERSIAN ROSE PINK GROUND RUNNER decorated in a continuing foliate pattern within a triple border, 270cm x 74cm £50-100

163. AN INDIAN, PERSIAN PATTERN, RED GROUND RUG with a central stylised medallion within a foliate border, 230cm x 146cm £50-100

164. A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL TIN AND BRASS FIRE FRONT with applied scrolling decoration, twin doors with pierced scrolling decoration, overall 90cm x 82cm together with a 20th Century cast iron fire grate 60cm wide (2) £200-300

165. A 17TH CENTURY DUTCH OR ENGLISH BRASS WARMING PAN, the hinged circular cover chased and engraved with a depiction of Adam and Eve and the serpent beneath the Tree of Knowledge and within a border of fruiting vines, the warming pan with turned and faceted brass handle, 106cm long overall £250-350

166. A GROUP OF 22 GLASS LIGHT SHADES of varying sorts to include a pair of green conical shades, a pair of globular clear glass shades and others (22) £50-80

167. A SMALL GROUP OF VICTORIAN AND LATER GLASS NIGHT LIGHT HOLDERS of various sorts £30-50

168. A GROUP OF SIX GILT CARVED WOOD CURTAIN TIE BACKS of scroll form, each 23cm high together with various stars and cut glass drops from a light fitting, a gilt curtain tie back etc £50-80

169. A 19TH CENTURY HAND COLOURED ETCHING ‘VASES, MEUBLES ET INSTRUMENS’, 58cm x 42cm together with a further hand coloured print ‘Arts Et Métiers’, 42cm x 59cm £80-120

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170. A LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY LONGWY POTTERY TILE decorated with oriental birds amongst foliage, signed ‘Longwy’ to the reverse and numbered D3050, 62cm wide x 18cm high £70-90

171. A PAIR OF DECORATIVE BRASS SCULPTURES OF DEER, each standing on a sphere and mounted on a circular spreading base, 76cm high (2) £150-250

172. A LARGE RECTANGULAR TOPPED PINE KITCHEN TABLE with deep frieze drawer to one end and standing on square tapering legs, 183cm long x 91cm wide x 83cm high £300-500

173. A MATCHED SET OF SIX ASH AND ELM SIDE CHAIRS each with four turned spindles to the backs and with solid seats, two by Philip Clissett (1817-1913), each stamped P.C. to the tops of the uprights, two chairs stamped I.W. and two further unstamped chairs (6) £200-300

174. AN 18TH CENTURY OAK DRESSER, the three shelf plate rack above with panelled back over a base with three drawers with octagonal ring handles, shaped apron, turned supports, pot stand beneath and square feet, 207cm wide x 196cm high overall £300-500

175. A VICTORIAN CHESTERFIELD SETTEE with rolled ends, green upholstery, on four square tapering legs and on brass casters, 193cm long £100-200

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176.TWO ANTIQUE OAK BENCHES of similar design, 212cm long (alterations) £100-200

177.TWO SIMILAR ANTIQUE OAK BENCHES with turned legs, 212cm long (AF) £100-200

178. AN ANTIQUE OAK BENCH on turned legs united by an H stretcher, 122cm long x 50cm high £100-200

179. AN ANTIQUE OAK LONG LOW BENCH with turned legs, 212cm long £100-200

180. AN ANTIQUE OAK BENCH with a rectangular top, the baluster turned legs united by an H stretcher, 212cm long £200-400

181. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN BLACK PAINTED CAST IRON BOOT SCRAPERS OR FIRE IRON SUPPORTS, one in the form of a recumbent lion, the other a unicorn, the lion 64cm long (2) £150-250

182. A GROUP OF FOUR VARIOUS CAST IRON AND BRASS MORTARS together with three pestles, the largest 18cm high (7) £80-120

183. A PAIR OF OLD OAK TIN LINED JARDINIERES, each with panelled sides and standing on turned feet, 48cm x 42.5cm x 30cm (2) £100-200

184. A BRASS AND CUT GLASS HANGING LIGHT FITTING with swags of drops, the central hexagonal frame with tear drops beneath, approximately 57cm high £100-200

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185. AN INDIAN SITAR with penworked bone inlay, the body formed from a gourd and with turned tuning knobs 133cm high £100-200

186. A MOROCCAN HARDWOOD IRON AND BRASS BOUND CHAIR with pierced back, spoon shaped seat and support and on a cylindrical base, approximately 139cm wide x 108cm high £100-200

187. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY CHINOSERIE DECORATED YELLOW LACQUER TWO DOOR WARDROBE with pierced and engraved brass strap-work hinges, the doors and sides decorated with oriental buildings in landscapes 141cm wide x 175cm high £300-500

188. A RED PAINTED HARDWOOD CUPBOARD the single door enclosing shelves within, all standing on square tapering legs 73cm wide x 175cm high £150-250

189. A PAIR OF OLD WROUGHT IRON FIRE DOGS with faceted ball finials and hatched arching front supports, 51cm high £60-80

190. A CHINESE PORCELAIN OVOID JAR of warring states style and with four character Kang Xi type mark, the vase decorated in coloured enamels with figures by a tree, 12.5cm high £150-250

191. A GROUP OF THREE BLUE AND WHITE CHINESE PORCELAIN KANGXI SMALL DISHES with fluted edges and decorated with figures and foliage, 9cm diameter (3) £100-200

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192. AN ANTIQUE CHINESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE BOWL, possibly c.1730, decorated with figures in cartouches, 14.5cm diameter together with a further oriental porcelain bowl decorated in Imari colours with figures and foliage, 14.5cm diameter and a Canton porcelain dish decorated with exotic bird and insects around fruiting foliage, 18.5cm diameter (3) £100-200

193. AN ANTIQUE CHINESE PORCELAIN CAPUCHIN decorated in coloured enamels with foliage, of transitional period, 7.5cm high £150-250

194. A PAIR OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY SPODE ‘STONE CHINA’ SMALL OCTAGONAL BOWLS, with famille rose type decoration and gilt border, each with a printed mark beneath, 17.5cm wide (2) £60-80

195. A MID 18TH CENTURY KNIFE AND FORK with Worcester pistol grip shaped blue and white decorated handles, the knife blade stamped ‘IEF/RIS’, the knife 21cm long (2) £50-80

196. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Woodland Scene, watercolour, indistinctly signed lower right, 24cm x 17cm £80-120

197. AN ANTIQUE IVORY TOPPED WALKING CANE 80cm in length £80-120

198. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH PEARLWARE SPITTOON in two part, a cylindrical tankard and a funnel, each with marbled mauve glazed decoration £80-120

199. A PINE TOPPED PAINTED STEEL FRAMED SIDEBOARD or kitchen island with four mesh drawers and raised on wheels 150cm wide £200-400

200. A LARGE SMITHS SECTRIC CIRCULAR WALL CLOCK with a spun black painted case, the dial with Arabic numerals, 60cm diameter £80-120

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201. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE PEWTER ITEMS consisting of a circular charger, 42cm diameter, four plates and a bowl, the largest 24.5cm diameter, a quart tankard, candlestick, half pint tankard, a bowl, a dish and a tin flower sifter (12) £80-120

202. A VICTORIAN ANGLO-INDIAN CARD CASE with geometric inlay to the ivory veneer together with an ivory cased notebook with silver mount, two cigarette cases and a faux tortoise shall box (5) £70-90

204. A FRENCH ART DECO SCULPTURE in the form of a nude girl holding a rose in her hand with a leaping faun, both mounted on a stepped marble plinth base, the faun signed ‘Gauthier’, 47cm wide x 33cm high overall £150-250

205. A FRENCH MID 20TH CENTURY TERRESTRIAL GLOBE by Girard Barrere et Thomas, on an oak stepped stand, approximately 29cm diameter and standing 46cm high overall £100-200

207. A CONTINENTAL CAST METAL SCULPTURE of a bulldog mounted on a marble plinth base, the plinth 11cm wide £50-80

208. A 19TH CENTURY CARVED BLACK FOREST BOOKSTAND decorated with oak leaf and acorn branches 44cm wide £100-200

203. A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT BRASS AND ORMOLU MOUNTED MANTLE CLOCK, the rectangular case with galleried crest with turned finials, the circular dial with silvered chapter ring, Roman numerals and flanked by four barley twist columns and all on a plinth base, gilt gesso mounted stand and with a glass dome, the clock 28cm high, the dome and stand 45cm high (crack to the dome) £300-500

206. A CONTINENTAL 19TH CENTURY CRUCIFIX set with a cast brass figure of Christ and with painted decoration beneath and on an ebonised stepped plinth base 38.5cm high overall £80-120

209. AN OLD BOW FRONTED CASE containing a preserved bream, the case 78.5cm wide x 44.5cm high £100-150

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210. A PAIR OF OLD LEATHER CARTRIDGE CASES mounted on a belt, one with brass fitted interior, both stamped twice with ‘Mre. of London’, each 20cm wide £60-80

211. A BOARS HEAD mounted on a shaped oak shield, the shield 60cm high £150-250

212. A PAIR OF GUN OR FISHING ROD RACKS each with shaped oak back boards and antler tip hooks 72cm high (2) £50-80

213. A WALL MOUNTED STAGS HEAD with a pair of ten points antlers, approximately 60cm wide x 108cm high overall £250-350

214. A SET OF TEN POINT DEER ANTLERS mounted on an oak shaped shield, the antlers 65cm wide £80-120

215. A PAIR OF HAND PAINTED WOODEN DECOY TEAL, A DRAKE AND A DUCK by Mike Wood, each 22cm in length; a further painting decoy duck by Mike Wood (3) £200-300

216. A GROUP OF THREE SHIPS SIGNALLING FLAGS two with blue and white stripes, another of shaped red panel, the largest 91cm x 62cm £50-80

217. A SHIPS PENNANT of triangular form, sewn with the words ‘Herring Gul’, approximately 132cm high x 430cm long overall, moth damage £70-90

218. AN 18TH OR 19TH CENTURY PAINTED PINE CRUCIFIX with a bone sculpture of Christ and with Mary Magdalen beneath on a stepped, plinth base 34cm high £80-120

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219. A SWEDISH BIEDERMEIER STYLE SATIN BIRCH VENEERED CABINET with ebonised outset pilaster columns flanking three astral glazed doors above two cupboards and two short drawers, raised on bracket feet, 171cm wide Provenance: Property of Mr Pete Townshend of The Who, purchased from Rupert Cavendish Antiques £800-1200

220. A SWEDISH, BIEDERMEIER STYLE SATIN BIRCH VENEERED PEDESTAL PARTNERS DESK with a black leather inset top and a large frieze drawer to each end. Each pedestal, with panelled doors to either end opening to reveal five fitted drawers with gilt lions mask ring handles and raised on plinth bases with a later fitted central compartment comprising of four drawers, overall 150cm wide Provenance: Property of Mr Pete Townshend of The Who, purchased from Rupert Cavendish Antiques. £1000-2000

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221. A BIEDERMEIER STYLE SATIN BIRCHED VENEERED CHEST of three drawers, the large central drawer with inlaid floral decoration, all mounted on a stand with four square tapering legs 74cm wide Provenance: Property of Pete Townshend of The Who, purchased from Rupert Cavendish Antiques £300-500

222. A SWEDISH, BIEDERMEIER STYLE SATIN BIRCH FRAMED THREE SEATER SETTEE with an arching back, ebonised ball finials and twin column supports 215cm wide Provenance: Property of Pete Townshend of The Who, purchased from Rupert Cavendish Antiques £500-800

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223. A PAIR OF GEORGE III STYLE MAHOGANY AND BRASS TABLE LAMPS with fluted column supports and turned bases, and complete with pleated shades, standing 65cm high overall £80-120

224. A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TABLE TOP COLLECTORS WELLINGTON TYPE CHEST OF SIX GRADUATED DRAWERS with turned knob handles and pilaster columns, all on a plinth base, and with a stamp to the back for ‘F Cooke & Son, Naturalists’, 38cm wide x 45.5cm high £200-300

225. AN ANTIQUE PAINTED PINE ROSEWOOD AND IVORY INLAID ANGLO-INDIAN TABLE TOP CHEST OF SIX VARIOUS SIZED DRAWERS, each with floral decoration to the front, the chest with further painted decoration to the outside, 39cm wide x 25cm high £100-200

226. A COLLECTION OF SIX JAPANESE IRON TSUBAS, varying design with gilded and steel inlaid ornament, approximately 7cm diameter £150-250

227. AN ANIMALIER BRONZE MODEL OF A RUNNING SPANIEL on a rosewood plinth, 21cm wide overall £120-180

228. A BRONZED PLASTER BUST on a black painted plinth, 50cm high overall £80-120

229. A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CHINESE BRONZE BALUSTER VASES with flaring rims, each with a decoration of entwined dragons chasing a flaming pearl and mounted on turned wooden bases, later converted for use as electric table lamps, 48cm high (2) £400-600

230. A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL CAST BRONZE CIRCULAR TABLE CENTRE DISH, by Augustus Nicholas Cain, decorated with a hunting bag and horn in relief surrounded by partridge, grouse and pheasants, signed ‘Cain’ and standing on three cast feet, 34cm diameter x 7.7cm high £200-400

231. AN OLD CREAM PAINTED SIDE CABINET with mahogany top and panelled sliding doors 215cm wide x 85cm high £200-400

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232. AN OLD GREEN PAINTED PINE DRESSER the upper section with three shelves over a base with panelled cupboard door flanked by three drawers to either side, all on a plinth base 179.5cm wide x 230cm high £400-600

233. A GRADUATED SET OF FIVE COPPER SAUCEPANS with iron handles and tinned interiors, 20cm diameter £100-200

234. A LARGE PAINTED CARVED WOODEN SCULPTURE OF A GROUP OF BANANA PLANTS carved with large leaves and fruits, 228cm high £200-400

235. 18TH CENTURY SCHOOL, figures resting by a road, oil on canvas, unsigned, 29.5cm x 36.5cm, with an old Christie’s stock number stencilled to the reverse £100-200

236. 18TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL, an Italianate coastal landscape with a castle perched on a cliff, oil on board, 33cm x 42cm £100-200

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239. A GREY PAINTED 18TH CENTURY FRENCH STYLE LANTERN moulded with scrolling acanthus leaves 75cm wide £200-300

238. A GILT FRAMED RECTANGULAR WALL MIRROR with urn crest supporting husk swags and with further classical decoration to the frame, 61cm wide x 97cm high overall £100-200

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Lot 242 242. A SET OF THREE ANTIQUE BRASS AND STEEL FIRE IRONS the turned handles with ball finials, the fire irons consisting of a poker, a shovel and tongs, the poker 66cm long (3) £100-200 240. A PAIR OF GREY PAINTED TIN CAKE STANDS with pressed flower decoration, wire mesh covers and bird finials, 32cm high x 23cm diameter (2) £40-60

241. A PAIR OF RECTANGULAR STRIPPED PINE GALLERIED SHELVES, each 135cm wide x 20cm high (2) £100-200

243. A CAST BRASS AND WROUGHT IRON LOG STAND the curving and wrought iron support with joined links on splaying brass feet 48cm wide £150-250

244. A BRASS OVOID COAL BUCKET decorated with oriental lion masks and on a turned wooden plinth base, 33cm diameter x 29cm high £80-120

245. AFTER GUISEPPE RENDA (1859 - 1939), a 19th century bronze head of a blindfolded girl, her hair tied in a bun, the sculpture mounted on a spreading marble base, 31cm high £150-250

246. A BRONZE SCULPTURAL BUST depicting Dante, unsigned 22cm high £150-250

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248. AN ANTIQUE BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A BLACKSMITH working at his anvil, mounted on a spreading marble plinth base, marks around the edge of the base of the sculpture ‘Gal.ant. Fossati Schmied Lagana’, 18cm high overall £150-250

247. AN ART DECO CHROME AND EBONISED METAL desk barometer, thermometer and calendar on a shaped stepped plinth base 25.5cm wide x 13cm high £100-150

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249. A 19TH CENTURY BRONZE AND ORMOLU STAND of classical inspiration in the form of an Atlas figure supporting an acanthus leaf moulded decoration and on a stepped plinth base, 18.5cm high £150-250 250. A BRONZE SCULPTURE, AFTER THE ANTIQUE, depicting a man striding forward holding a shield aloft and a sword, 21cm high £150-250

252. A DECORATIVE GREY MARBLE AND HARDSTONE DECORATED TAZZA, the centre with radiating diamonds of specimen hardstones and with further twin hardstone borders, all on a circular spreading foot, 45cm diameter x 16cm high £100-200

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251. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE CHEST, the interior fitted in an arrangement of pigeon holes and drawers with ivory handles enclosed by a fall front with panelled doors below and cross banded decoration on splayed bracket feet, 109cm wide £300-500

253. AN ORIENTAL HIGH BACKED SIDE CABINET, the back with scrolling support and carved decoration of flowers and figures among trees, the lower section with a single drawer and twin panelled cupboard doors, all on turned feet, 71cm wide x 180cm high overall £100-200

254. AN ORIENTAL ELM WISHING WELL OR GONG STAND with scrolling top rail and vertical supports with studded strapwork joints and on spreading feet, 94cm wide x 153cm high £100-200


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255. A MODERN WING BACK ARMCHAIR upholstered in leafing branch decorated material and standing on square tapering legs, 182cm wide x 119cm high £100-200

256. A PAIR OF LOW UPHOLSTERED STOOLS, each standing on square tapering legs, 46cm wide x 47cm high (2) £70-90

257. A STAINED WOODEN STEPPED LOW OCCASIONAL TABLE on a plinth base, 135cm wide x 50cm high £80-120

258. A PAIR OF SILVERED OVAL TABLE LAMPS, 40.5cm high £50-80

259. AN EBONISED TURNED WOODEN TABLE LAMP of ovoid form and with a tapering shade, 74cm high overall £70-90

260. A CONTEMPORARY LAMP STANDARD with cylindrical shade and square tapering support, 170cm wide £80-120

261. A CONTEMPORARY HARDWOOD TWO DOOR CABINET by Wenge, the plinth base with square feet, 60cm wide x 130cm high £60-80

262. AN UPHOLSTERED HALL SEAT by Wenge with three drawers beneath the high backed seat, 168cm wide x 126cm high overall £100-200

263. AN ANTIQUE OAK SIDE TABLE of pegged construction with plank top, single frieze drawers and standing on bobbin and reel turned legs united by stretchers, 73cm wide x 72.5cm high £200-300

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264. A DECORATIVE INDIAN FOUR FOLD SCREEN with fretwork panels of red ground decoration with gilt lining and cartouches depicting elephants 51cm wide x 182cm high £200-300 265. A CONTINENTAL WALNUT COMMODE with veined marble top, the commode with three short drawers over three long drawers, with outset corners decorated with parcel gilt scrolls and standing on turned feet, 120.5cm wide £200-400

266. A PAIR OF TURNED ORMOLU MOUNTED MARBLE FINIALS of inverted baluster form with pineapple knops, stylised swans head cast handles and on a square plinth base, 43.5cm high (2) £500-800

267. A PAIR OF TURNED MARBLE AND ORMOLU MOUNTED TAZZA, each with a shallow bowl, turned stem and on a stepped plinth base, 13cm diameter x 18cm high (2) £200-400

268. A GILT BRONZE LANTERN of Louis XVI style, copying a Versailles original, the faceted lanterns surmounted by a crown and decorated with masks, 76cm high £1500-2000

269. AN OLD SORRENTO WARE GAMES TABLE, the top decorated in a variety of woods with parquetry banding and central chess board with canted corners and standing on a turned column support and tripod base, 50.5cm wide £200-300

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272. A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CARVED OAK SCULPTURES, one of St. George, the other of St. Michael, the largest 39cm high (2) £100-200

273. AN 18TH CENTURY BOYLE PATTERN TURNED IVORY HYDROMETER in two parts and measuring one to fourteen, 14cm long £80-120

271. A HAMADAN RED GROUND RUG (AF), 140cm x 205cm £50-80

274. DAVID DIPNALL (20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL) ‘A view of the South Downs’, oil on canvas, signed Dipnall lower left, 44cm x 59.5cm £150-250

276. A CREAM GROUND RUG with a banded border and rows of foliate decoration, 243cm x 305cm £80-120

275. AN ANTIQUE HAND COLOURED MAP OF AMERICA by F.DeWit, with insular California, revised edition of the 1670 Visscher map, 49.5cm x 58.5cm £300-500

277. A MODERN PAINTED ROCKING HORSE with leather saddle and dapple painted body, the base with a brass plaque ‘Special Millennium Limited Edition to mark year 2004, serial number 271’, 149cm long x 124cm high £150-250

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278. AN ORIENTAL HARDWOOD BED decorated on all four sides with pierced panels and inlay depicting oriental figures in landscapes among buildings, the base with carved shaped bracket feet, the bed complete with a variety of cushions, 207cm wide x approximately 220cm high £300-500

279. AN OLD MIDDLE EASTERN RED AND BLUE GROUND RUG with banded border and geometric decoration 100cm x 192cm, a Turkish red ground rug and Middle Eastern mat (3) £40-70

280. A PERSIAN SAROUK RUG with a red and blue ground, a central foliate motif, all over geometric decoration and a banded border, 133cm x 195cm £400-600

281. A FRENCH STYLE ROSEWOOD BUTTON UPHOLSTERED RECTANGULAR TOPPED SERPENTINE STOOL, standing on scroll legs, feet and with brass casters, 94cm wide x 40cm high £700-900

282.TWO SIMILAR VICTORIAN WALNUT FRAMED UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIRS with scrolling arms and turned feet terminating in brass casters, the largest 70cm wide £450-550

283. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY BRASS AND CAST IRON SIGNALING CANNONS, each 46cm in length (2) £350-400

284. A CARVED BLACK FOREST OCCASIONAL TABLE, in the form of a bear on all fours supporting a cussion, 65cm wide £1000-1200

285. A RED LEATHER BUTTON UPHOLSTERED CHESTERFIELD SETTEE, 200cm wide £250-350

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286. A 19TH CENTURY CARVED WALNUT SHAPED CENTRE TABLE with a brown leather inset top, satinwood inlaid scrolling and floral decoration and having carved dolphin supports united by a stretcher, scallop shell and scrolling feet, 150cm wide £2000-2500

287. A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY CARVER ARMCHAIR with acanthus leaf decorated cresting rail, horizontal carved splats, scrolling arms, inset seat and fluted turned tapering legs, 54cm wide £80-120

288. AN ANTIQUE BLACK LEATHER BUTTON UPHOLSTERED WING BACK ARMCHAIR, 88cm wide £300-500

290. AN AUBUSSON TYPE CARPET on cream ground with blue border and floral sprays, approximately 295cm x 420cm £300-500

289. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY ORMOLU THREE BRANCH WALL CANDLE SCONCES of pierced scrolling acanthus leaf form, each approximately 40cm tall £150-250

291. AN EASTERN CREAM AND PINK GROUND RUG with all over foliage decoration and a banded border, 205cm x 300cm £200-300

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292. A SPECIMEN MARBLE CIRCULAR TABLE TOP with a central polychrome star motif within a fan design and roundel border, probably first half of the 20th century, on a later brass stand with cylindrical legs, 68cm diameter x 35cm high Provenance: Formerly from the collection of the late Mr J G Links (1904-1997), world authority on Canaletto. £600-800

293. AN 18TH CENTURY STYLE ITALIAN WALNUT OPEN ARMCHAIR with green and acanthus flower decorated overstuffed upholstered back and seat with acanthus leaf carved scrolling arms and scrolling feet, united by a stretcher, 68cm wide £300-500

294. A KURDISH RUNNER, the central blue ground panel within a camel ground border with foliate medallions, 277cm x 115cm £70-120

295. AN OLD BELOUCH WINE GROUND RUG with triple medallion and geometric border, 176cm x 104cm £50-100

296. AN AFGHAN WINE GROUND RUG decorated with two rows of hexagons within a multiple border, 140cm x 90cm £30-60

297. A HAMADAN ROSE RED GROUND RUG with central six sided medallion within a field of stylised animals and foliate medallions and with a triple border, 178cm x 128cm £100-200

298. A MAZLAGAN CAMEL GROUND MAT with stylistic decoration and single border, 127cm x 79cm £30-60

299. AN ‘AUBUSSON’ STYLE FORMAL CARPET, the central oval foliate medallion within a rose pink field, with scrolling borders, retailed by Fired Earth (labelled), 357cm x 260cm £200-400

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302. A LARGE TURNED PINE SPHERE, 48cm diameter together with a pair of smaller spheres, 30cm diameter (3) £200-300

300. J.M. BURBANK (ENGLISH SCHOOL) 19th century portrait of a lion, watercolour in a large rosewood frame, 86cm x 68cm £200-300

301.THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827) ‘Vauxhall Gardens’, hand coloured print, 46cm x 75cm £150-250 304. A VICTORIAN OAK AND MAHOGANY BREAK FRONT DRESSER, the plate rack above with diamond inlaid decoration to the frieze and green painted back boards to the three shelves, the base with four central drawers to include a moulded frieze drawer flanked by a further drawer and cupboard to either side, all standing on bracket feet, 176cm wide x 217cm high £600-800

303. A VICTORIAN GILT FRAMED CARVED WOOD SOFA the twin button upholstered ends flanked by a pierced carved support with scrolling supports to the arms, a concave front and standing on scrolling feet terminating in brass castors 172cm wide x 82cm high £300-500

305. A SET OF FOUR ELM AND FRUITWOOD BAR BACK KITCHEN CHAIRS with turned horizontal splats, rush upholstered seats and turned tapering front legs united by stretchers, 48.5cm wide £150-250

306. A PAIR OF LIMED BEECHWOOD BERGERE CHAIRS with faux bamboo turned legs, 58cm wide (2) £80-120

307. AN ANTIQUE CONTINENTAL MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET, the shaped frieze above two glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves within and on a plinth base with bracket feet, 105.5cm wide x 185cm high £200-400

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308. A MARBLE AND BRONZE HALL TABLE with hexadecagon specimen stone inset top with radiating star design, the cast bronze base in the form of an urn with rope handles, masks, fluting and fruiting swag decoration on a serpentine shaped stepped base, the top 137cm diameter ÂŁ800-1200

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309. A SET OF THREE BRASS FIRE IRONS with ball finials consisting of a shovel, tongs and poker, the poker 68cm long together with a pair of brass fire iron stands with turned finials, 25.5cm high (5) £80-120

310. A MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE, the central knee hole surrounded by seven drawers with brass ring handles, all standing on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet,123.5cm wide x 83cm high £100-200

311. NEIL COX (b. 1955) ‘Goldfinches’, watercolour, signed lower right, 30cm x 20cm together with a companion picture by the same artist, ‘Perched Robin’, 30cm x 22cm and also a pair of watercolours by Anne Songhurst, a blue tit and a chaffinch, each 24cm x 19cm (4) £100-200

312. A 17TH CENTURY IRON PADLOCK with cylindrical mechanism and a ring of old iron skeleton keys (16) £60-80

313. A 19TH CENTURY ENAMEL HORSE DRAWN CAB FOR TWO PERSONS FARES LIST, monochrome on a white background, 23cm x 17cm and a German painted iron heraldic emblem inscribed ‘K.BAY.STS.B’. 25cm x 14cm £60-80

314. A PAIR OF INDIAN PAINTINGS OF NOBLEMEN IN AN ENCAMPMENT with attendant figures and camel, approximately 25cm x 15cm in modern frames £50-100

315. A GROUP OF FOUR 18TH CENTURY PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASES consisting of two pairs, each six sided with famille rose and rouge de fer floral decoration within a blue and white ground, 29cm high and 28.5cm high (4) £1800-2200

316. A 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE IVORY CARVING of seven fishermen and children on an anchor, 16.8cm long £700-900

317. A LARGE ORTHODOX ICON depicting The Virgin Mother and Child with numerous attendant figures within a stylised continuing border and central inscription on a pine panel with cross joints, probably Russian 19th century, 112cm x 83cm £2000-4000

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318. A SET OF VICTORIAN BRASS POSTAL SCALES, on a shaped oak plinth base with recesses for a variety of brass weights and with ivorine label showing postal rates, the base 38cm wide £150-250

319. A PAIR OF ORIENTAL CIRCULAR HARDWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLES of barrel form and with five supports, the tops 32cm diameter, the tables standing 45cm high (2) £150-250

320. A PAIR OF ORIENTAL CIRCULAR HARDWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLES, of barrel form with eight supports, the tops 28cm diameter, the tables standing 44cm high (2) £150-250

321. AN ANTIQUE CAST BRONZE SCULPTURE, after Giambologna, the figure of Fortuna holding a purse aloft and standing on a globe and all on a turned socle and with paw feet, 70.5cm high £500-700

322. A PAIR OF BRONZED METAL FIVE BRANCH WALL LIGHTS with knopped stems and shield and scroll decorated brackets, each approximately 47cm wide x 60cm high (2) £100-200

323. AN OLD RED PAINTED WALL MOUNTED FIRE ALARM BELL, 28cm diameter together with a further similar bell (2) £100-200

324. A PINE SIDE CABINET with single glazed door enclosing shelves within 96cm wide x 138.5cm high £100-200

325. A WALNUT AND PARCEL GILT OVERMANTLE MIRROR with arching top and moulded framed 117cm wide x 92cm high £80-120

326. AN INDUSTRIAL GREEN PAINTED METAL HANGING GAS LAMP LIGHT FITTING converted for electric use, 36.5cm diameter x 42cm high £50-80

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327. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRONZE TABLE LAMP of Chinese archaic form with fungi form handles, 39cm high overall £80-120

328. A PAIR OF BRASS FIRE IRON STANDS OR VASES in the form of the greave and sabaton from a suit of armour, each 53cm high (2) £50-80

329. A MID 19TH CENTURY FRENCH CARVED WOOD AND GILDED WALL MIRROR of rustic form, the crest surmounted by an eagle with wings spread and above leafy branches, the frame in the form of moulded tree trunks around a central rectangular mirror plate, 101cm wide x 208cm high overall £600-800

330. A SET OF FOUR LLOYD LOOM OF SPALDING GREY PAINTED KITCHEN CHAIRS together with a matching tub chair and a bar stool (6) £150-250

331. A LARGE 19TH CENTURY IRON BOUND CANVAS TRUNK, the interior fitted with two removable trays and the inside of the lid bearing a retailers label for ‘Seabrook (Late Clements), number 5 Corner of St Pauls, Cheapside, London to be found at The Original Trunk and Bucket Warehouse’, 104cm long x 65cm high £200-400

332. A CIRCULAR GLASS TOPPED OCCASIONAL TABLE with gilt rope tied wheatsheaf support, 67cm diameter x 48cm high £400-600

333. A DECORATIVE OCTAGONAL SORRENTO WARE OCCASIONAL TABLE, the parquetry inlaid radiating top on a turned column support and tripod base, 65cm wide x 65cm high £300-500

334. A PAIR OF WHITE AND GREY VEINED TURNED MARBLE FINIALS of inverted baluster form with gilt metal mounts and with flame tops, scrolling handles and with husk swags, 43cm high £500-800

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335. AN ANTIQUE, POSSIBLY 18TH CENTURY, BROWN TREACLE GLAZED HONEY POT with loop handle, 16cm high together with a terracotta scenery painters bowl with brown glazed interior and loop handle, 19cm diameter and a salt glazed hunting tankard with sprig decoration including a windmill and a willow tree, 14cm high (3) £80-120

336. A LONDON STRAND PUBLISHED ENGRAVING by F. Bartolozzi after a drawing by I. B. Cipriani, Putti playing 26cm x 20cm, an antique hand coloured print, a perspective view of St. Marys church in The Strand,The Royal Palace of Somerset in London, Maurier Delin Sculp, 19cm x 25cm, two further antique prints after J.Moyreau (4) £100-200

337. AN ART DECO LIMED OAK DRESSING TABLE with a triple bevelled glass and adjustable mirror back and green painted border decoration, five drawers with green square bakelite handles and square legs united by a stretcher 105cm wide with an oak stool £150-250

340. A PRESERVED FOX looking somewhat surprised, mounted on a oak plinth base, approximately 76cm wide overall £100-150

338. A BRASS THREE BRANCH HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE READING LIGHT with decorated shade 69cm high and another similar with floral decorated shade 59cm high (2) £80-120

342. A CONTINENTAL SET OF BLUE GLAZED POTTERY SPICE DRAWERS mounted in a later cabinet, the cabinet 49cm wide x 22cm high £60-80

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339. AN ANTIQUE JAPANESE PAPIER MACHE CONTAINER AND COVER of tapering cylindrical form with overlaid figure decoration on paper 42cm diameter £50-100

341. A PRESERVED DEER’S HEAD mounted on an oak shield, approximately 42cm high overall £70-90

343. A PAIR OF CONTEMPORARY HOWARD CHAIRS LIMITED DEEP ARMCHAIRS, upholstered in yellow material with multicoloured stripes and floral sprays, each armchair standing on square tapering front legs terminating in casters, each chair with the back leg stamped ‘Howard Chairs Limited, London, England’ and with labels beneath, 92cm wide (2) £2500-3500


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344. AN OLD HOWARD STYLE GREEN UPHOLSTERED ARMCHAIR with turned front legs and on later casters, 75cm wide £200-400

345. A MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK with tooled green leather inset top and nine drawers around the central knee hole to one side and with two cupboard doors to the other, the top 152cm x 91cm £500-800

346. A GROUP OF THREE 19TH CENTURY GILT FRAMED OVAL MIRRORS, the larger central mirror with an urn crest, acanthus leaf scrolling mounts, dragon decoration and floral swags, 105cm x 64cm, with matching smaller mirrors, 88cm x 40cm (3) £200-300

347. A PAIR OF MASONIC ORNAMENTS, both in the form of a fluted column on a stepped plinth base, both surmounted by globes, one celestial, the other terrestrial, both with labels for ‘Toye & Co Limited, London, Liverpool, Manchester’, 49cm high (2) £200-400

348. A PAIR OF CAPO DI MONTE PORCELAIN BUSTS of bacchanalian figures, each on a turned socle, the larger 24cm high (2) £200-400

349. A PAIR OF CAST IRON FIRE IRON SUPPORTS in the form of seated lions 38cm high (2) £80-120

350. A CAST IRON FIRE BACK, the arching fire back with a border of fruiting vine surrounding a relief image of St George on horseback 52cm wide x 58cm high together with a fire grate with ball finials to the fire dogs 92cm wide (2) £100-200

352. A PAIR OF HARDWOOD DOORS mounted with a decorative Oriental pierced strap work lock, the lock plate mechanism approximately 40cm high overall, the doors approximately 64cm wide x 115cm high overall (2) £100-200

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353. A MAHOGANY DAY BED, with scroll ends, approximately 153cm long x 83cm deep x 89cm high £200-400

354. AN OVAL BLACK LACQUERED COOPERED BUCKET AND COVER with chinoiserie decoration in the form of lilies and with carrying handles to the side, 51cm wide x 45.5cm high £80-120

355. A PAIR OF AMETHYST COLOURED HARDSTONE OBELISKS with hardstone and slate stepped plinth bases, each 71cm high (2) £1000-1500

356. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TILT TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE, the ring turned shaped top with carved acanthus leaf decoration, the fluted column support with reeded baluster and on a tripod base with acanthus leaf carved knees and claw and ball feet, 81cm diameter £200-400

357. A CANED BENTWOOD CHAIR with scalloped back, circular seat and splaying base, 64cm wide x 156cm high together with a matching circular stool (2) £150-250

358. A PAIR OF EARLY 18TH CENTURY MULTI REED RIM PEWTER CHARGERS each with touch marks and initialled R.B. 46cm diameter (2) £100-200

359. A GEORGE III AND LATER MAHOGANY MUSIC STAND with a turned column support, later adjustable top and tripod base, 50cm wide £80-120

360. AN ANTIQUE MIDDLE EASTERN POLYCHROME RUNNER with a multiple banded border, seven stylised central motifs and geometric decoration 106cm x 380cm £200-400

361. A MIDDLE EASTERN RED AND BLUE GROUND RUG with a banded border and stylised decoration 150cm x 185cm £100-200

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362. A 19TH CENTURY ELM AND YEW SPINDLE BACK WINDSOR CHAIR with cabriole legs and a crinoline stretcher, the seat 41cm wide £200-400

363. AN ANTIQUE CARVED OAK PANEL depicting cherubs dancing 22cm x 45cm and three further antique carved oak elements (4) £80-120

364. A GILDED PINE TRIPLE SECTION BEVELLED GLASS OVERMANTLE MIRROR with reeded column supports 175cm wide £80-120

365. A GILTWOOD STANDARD LAMP with inset mirror decoration and three scrolling feet, 121cm in height £80-120

366. A PAIR OF STEEL FIRE DOGS with finial tops and adjustable heart shaped brackets, each 59cm in height and an antique cast iron fire basket 55cm wide (3) £400-600

368. AN ANTIQUE HAND COLOURED MAP of Worcestershire, described by Christopher Saxton and published by John Speede, 1610, framed and glazed, 38cm x 50cm £200-300

367. No Lot

369. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, an old lady approaching a young girl by a farm gate, oil on canvas, 44cm x 58.5cm £200-400

370. EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL c.1835, the Royal Liverpool and Doctor Stagecoach passing a country mansion, oil on board, 52cm x 70cm £800-1200

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371. A GEORGIAN OAK LONG CASE CLOCK, the mahogany, satin wood and ebony decorated swan neck pediment with brass ball finials, the trunk with shaped mahogany cross banded door with central shell inlay and flanked by quarter round fluted columns to either side and further conforming decoration below and all standing on shaped bracket feet, the brass dial with silvered chapter ring, Roman numerals, subsidiary second hand and date aperture, signed ‘Richard Clayton, Marple’, the eight day movement striking the hours on a bell, the dial 30.5cm wide, the clock 220cm high (hour hand lacking) £300-500

372. A COPELAND SPODE PLATE with wavy rim painted with cattle and sheep in a field and signed ‘C J Weaver’ within a gilt and ‘jewelled’ deep blue border, 21cm diameter and a similar Copeland Spode plate painted with a coastal cottage (2) £40-60

373. A PAIR OF CREAM GLAZED POTTERY TABLE LAMPS, of baluster form, 44cm in height (2) £40-60

374. AN ANTIQUE MODEL GROCERS CART AND PONY, the cart with owners sign ‘O. Evans, First Class Greengrocery & Fish’, 35cm long £80-120

375. A COLLECTION OF FORTY ONE DELFT TILES depicting children playing at various games etc, each tile 13cm square (41) £200-300

376. EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Portrait of a Young Woman, oil on canvas, unsigned 26cm x 22cm £80-120

377. A NEST OF FOUR PAINTED RECTANGULAR OCCASIONAL TABLES, the larger table with serpentine edged top and centrally painted with two lovers by a fountain, each table on turned supports and shaped feet, the larger table 53.5cm wide x 71cm high £120-180

378. AFTER MARK ROTHKO, ‘Light red over black’, print, 75cm x 115cm, framed and glazed £200-300

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379. A GROUP OF VARIOUS VINTAGE ELECTRIC DESK,TABLE AND WALL LAMPS in a variety of designs (15) £100-200

380. AN OLD COOPERED OAK BARREL TOP, possibly used for displaying cheese or a plant, 38cm diameter x 11cm high £80-120

381. A CONTEMPORARY OAK DINING TABLE with a rectangular etched glass top with an oak border, the base constructed from rustic oak beams, the top illuminating via LEDs invisibly set within the frame, 244cm long x 128cm wide £800-1200

382. A COLLECTION OF SEA SHELLS to include cowries and sea urchins £40-60

383.TWO ANTIQUE MIDDLE EASTERN RED AND BLUE GROUND RUGS, each with banded borders and stylised decoration, the largest 125cm x 180cm £70-90

384. AN ETHIOPIAN GOAT HAIR RUG with stripped decoration 230cm x 115cm and an Ethiopian camel hair rug, with cream and brown ground and three rows of stylised arrow decoration, 220cm x 115cm (2) £70-90

385. AN ANTIQUE BACARA RED GROUND RUG with three central Russian tea tray motifs and a multiple banded border, 146cm x 200cm £300-500

386. AN AFGHAN BOKHARA RED GROUND RUG with a multiple banded border and three rows of guls, 128cm x 200cm £80-120

387. RICHARD RIEMERSCHMID (German, 1868-1957) (attributed to) Vase, dark green glass bowl, upon a clear glass base, 31cm high x 19.5cm diameter Literature: See H Von Torsten Brohan, Glas-Kunst der Moderne, p.418, plate 202 for a similar example £100-200

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388. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Head and shoulder portrait of Lady Anne Seymour, daughter of the first Marquis of Hertford, wife of the first Marquis of Drogheda, oil on canvas, 62cm x 50cm, mounted in a gilt gesso frame £150-250

389. R L CHAVANON, BUST OF A WOMAN, bronze, with signature to the sculpture and also a foundry stamp and number 1988, 17.5cm high £150-200

390. AN ANTIQUE CONTINENTAL PEWTER EWER with a hinged lid with shell cast thumb piece and with looping handle, the baluster body on a somewhat depressed spreading circular foot and with rose and crown touch mark beneath, 48.5cm high £120-180

391. A PAIR OF SEVEN POINT ANTLERS mounted on an oak shield, 39cm wide £50-80

392. A PAIR OF SIX POINT DEER ANTLERS mounted on an oak shield, 53cm wide £70-90

393. AN OLD FRENCH BRASS HUNTING HORN with cord wound grip and silvered metal mouth piece, the bell inscribed ‘Couesnon, 105 Rue La Fayette, Paris’ and also ‘Guillard Bezelet Cie Lyon’, 68cm wide £150-250

394. A COPPER AND BRASS MOUNTED, POSSIBLY ORIENTAL, HOLY WATER VESSEL with lipped spout and hinged handle, 31.5cm high £50-80

395. AN ARTS AND CRAFTS COPPER JARDINIERE with shaped handles and riveted vertical supports, 30cm diameter x 24.5cm high £250-350

396. AN EDWARDIAN AND LATER CREAM PAINTED LADIES WRITING DESK with green leather inset skiver and five drawers around a central kneehole, standing on square tapering legs, terminating in spade feet, decorated overall with green painted floral ribbon tied swags and husk drops, 152.5cm wide x 77cm high £300-500

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397. A MOUSEMAN OAK TRAY after a design by Robert Thompson of Kilburn, the kidney shaped tray with two mouse signatures to the edge 47cm wide £150-250

398. A SET OF EIGHT MOUSEMAN OCTAGONAL CARVED OAK NAPKIN RINGS after a design by Robert Thompson of Kilburn, each with a mouse signature and 5cm wide (8) £200-300

399. A CUT GLASS SPHERICAL LIGHT FITTING, the central brass ring with cast acanthus leaf moulded decoration and three suspension chains, 24cm high £200-400

400. A HANGING CAST BRONZED METAL AND CUT GLASS LIGHT FITTING with classical decoration including dolphin finials and scrolls, and a swag cut glass shade, 79cm high £300-500

401. A MODERN AZERBAIJAN MULTICOLOURED RUG with all over geometric decoration and central octagonal medallion within a multiple border, 198cm x 166cm £50-100

402. A PAINTED CONTINENTAL HARDWOOD CUPBOARD with two doors over two short and a single long drawer, the cupboard doors painted with ribbon tied swags of fruit, 101cm wide x 192cm high £300-500

403. A FRENCH WALNUT SERPENTINE FRONTED VITRINE, the shaped top with brass gallery, a glazed single door to the front enclosing a conforming shelf within above a drawer and standing on cabriole legs, decorated with gilt brass mounts, 66cm wide x 134cm high overall £300-500

404. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY CASED CIRCULAR DIAL CLOCK with moulded frame, the painted dial with Roman numerals signed ‘Jenkins of Merthyr’, the fusee movement with passing hour strike on a bell, possibly originally a balcony clock, 57cm diameter £200-400

405. A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT OPEN ARMCHAIRS with flower carved cresting rails, floral needlework upholstered backs, arms and seats and standing on cabriole legs 62cm wide £150-250

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406. HENRY SCHAFER (1818-1873) ‘FRANKFURT’, oil on canvas, signed with a monogram lower left and dated 1882, 34.5cm x 29cm £200-300

407. A 19TH CENTURY STEEL AND BRASS FOOTMAN with cabriole front legs, supporting the pierced rectangular top and with brass carrying handles to the side, 48cm wide x 31cm high £80-120

408. A MODERN KAZAK RED GROUND SMALL CARPET with stylised geometric decoration within a banded border, 180cm x 260cm £200-300

409. A LATE 20TH CENTURY MIDDLE EASTERN RED GROUND RUG with six central diamonds motifs within a banded border with a succession of diamond motifs, 182cm x 240cm £200-300

410. A LATE 20TH CENTURY MIDDLE EASTERN SILK RED AND BLUE GROUND RUG with a central stylised foliate motif, all over foliate scrolling decoration and a banded border, 220cm x 156cm £200-300

411. MARIE-HÉLÉNE MOUYON (LATE 20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL) Reclining figure wearing a yellow hat in the sunshine, oil on canvas, signed lower left and initialled and dated ‘94 to the reverse, 60cm x 73cm £200-400

412. A.D. RAHN (20TH CENTURY SCHOOL) ‘Ironing the pinstripe trousers’, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 75cm x 55cm £100-200

413. A 19TH CENTURY WALNUT ARMCHAIR with arching back with twisted wicker splats, a rush upholstered seat and on turned tapering legs, 57cm wide £70-90

414. A BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A GOLDEN PHEASANT being surprised by a lizard, mounted on a marble plinth base, 56cm high £100-150

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415. A CAST ALUMINIUM CANDLE HOLDER by Georg Jensen, after a design by Arne Jacobsen, with recesses for three candles, 17cm wide x 6.6cm high £30-50

416. A 19TH CENTURY COUNTY MADE STOOL with three legs and stamped ‘NB’ to the base, 39cm wide x 55cm high together with a brass jardinière, 46cm wide (2) £80-120

417. AN OLD WROUGHT IRON SIX LIGHT ELECTROLIER with scrolling support and arms, centrally decorated with a man dressed in a tricorn hat holding a stick and cup and with pivoting swag beneath, 91cm wide x 66cm high £150-250

418. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY TWO TIER DUMB WAITER with a turned support and triform base 69cm in height £100-200

419. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TORCHERE with a square top, turned and reeded column and triform base 98cm in height £100-200

420. A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CHEST WITH BRUSHING SLIDE OVER FOUR LONG GRADUATED DRAWERS with brass swan neck handles, and raised on bracket feet 79cm wide £600-800

421. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY DROP LEAF WORK TABLE with a single drawer with turned tapering legs terminating in brass castors 51cm wide £400-600

422. AN 18TH CENTURY OAK SMALL SIZED COFFER with a triple panelled top and a twin panelled front 84cm wide £150-250

423. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE, the four drawers with turned knob handles and square tapering legs 85cm wide £200-300

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424. A 19TH CENTURY BRASS SERPENTINE FENDER with pierced decoration 115cm wide £100-200

425. AN ANTIQUE WATERCOLOUR AND FEATHER PICTURE depicting birds within a tree, 30cm x 33cm £120-160

426. AN OLD PLASTER PLAQUE depicting a cherub supporting a bough of flowers, 59cm x 52cm £150-200

427. A SET OF FOUR TWIN BRANCH GILT METAL WALL LIGHTS with swags and flowers, each 24cm wide £100-200

428. AN ANTIQUE HANGING TOLEWARE GOTHIC LAMP LANTERN with five inset glass panels, 44cm in height £170-200

429. A PAIR OF LARGE SILVER PLATED CONVERTIBLE THREE BRANCH CANDELABRA, 60cm in height (2) £150-250

430. A PAIR OF BRASS GLAZED FOUR BRANCH ELECTROLIER HANGING LANTERNS of cylindrical form, each 57cm in height £400-500

431. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN FIGURAL CANDLESTICKS, with scrolling bases and encrusted with flowers, each 29cm in height £50-100

432. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY ORMOLU THREE BRANCH WALL LIGHTS, each supported by a scroll bracket, approximately 41cm high £100-200

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433. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY WALL MOUNTED DISPLAY CABINET, the interior fitted with adjustable shelves, enclosed by six pane glazed panel doors, 123cm wide x 106cm high £70-150

434. AN ANTIQUE OAK COFFER with hinged rising lid and three panel front, 108cm wide together with a George III hanging corner cabinet with painted interior and glazed panel door (2) £50-120

435. A PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY STYLE PINE FRAME HANGING WALL MIRRORS, each with break arch pediments and gilded swag and urn ornament, approximately 132cm x 86cm £300-500

436. A LATE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BOW FRONT TALL BOY constructed in two sections, with a shaped cornice with ebony geometric inlay and with two short and six long drawers below, with brass handles and on ring turned supports, 116cm wide x 210cm high £500-800

437. A VICTORIAN CHESTERFIELD SETTEE with scroll arms, deep button green upholstery and on mahogany turned legs and brass wheel casters, 210cm wide £100-200

438. A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL ORMOLU RING STAND, the support with loop handle and ten hooped branches on a circular cast mount supported on paw feet, 16cm high together with a black lacquered cigarette box with gilt interior and hardstone floral mount to the lid, 23cm wide and a 19th century leather and papier mache bookstand with hinged ends, each hand painted with an Italianate scene and signed ‘Coolenti’, 20.5cm wide (3) £80-120

439. A SMALL CARVED TIGERS EYE STONE SCULPTURE of a bird, the eyes set with diamond type stones, 4.5cm long (AF) £40-60

440. A 19TH CENTURY ORMOLU DESK STAND with boulle work decoration, the top with two heavy moulded brass inkwells with turned lids and a central brass scrolling handle, brass lined pen trays, a frieze drawer beneath and cast ball feet, 36cm wide x 17cm high (AF) £100-200

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441. A PAIR OF PIERCED HEXAGONAL LANTERNS mounted on staffs, each lantern and bracket 57cm high together with a further lantern of pressed copper on a staff, the lantern 55cm high and a further lantern (4) £100-200

442. 19TH CENTURY WHITE PAINTED GESSO MOULDED OVER MANTLE MIRROR, the rectangular mirror plate divided by a beaded circle and semicircles and surrounded by classical decoration of ribbon tied husk swags set to the pilaster columns, 133cm wide x 74cm high £100-200

443. A 19TH CENTURY PINE HOUSEMAID’S PANTRY CUPBOARD with galleried top, two long drawers and panelled doors, with large turned knobs, 180cm wide £300-500

444. A GROUP OF THREE BRASS FIRE IRONS with cast decorative terminals complete with a matching fire iron stand, the stand 69cm high £80-120

445. A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY WIND OUT EXTENDING DINING TABLE, with turned tapering fluted legs terminating in ceramic casters, and complete with four leaves £300-500

446. A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL ROCOCO ORMOLU AND POLYCHROME ENAMEL MOUNTED DESK SET consisting of a pair of candlesticks and an inkwell with figure and landscape decoration and shaped supports, the candlesticks 18cm high, inkwell 18cm wide (3) £300-500

447. A CHINESE, CANTONESE FINELY CARVED RECTANGULAR BOX with hinged rising lid, intricate figure decoration with pierced carved frieze, some deficient, on claw feet, 26cm wide x 10cm deep x 9cm high £3000-5000

448. A JAPANESE CARVED IVORY FIGURE OF A MOTHER AND CHILD grouped around a table, with red lacquer seal, 10cm high £1200-1500

449. A CONTINENTAL VARIEGATED MARBLE AND GILT BRASS DESK STAND with paperweight and twin inkwells on a rectangular base, 37cm wide £150-250

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450. A HEAVY CAST IRON FIRE BASKET with bowed front and pineapple finials, 57cm wide and a pair of similar fire dogs with shaped support and sphere ornament, 49cm high £100-200

451. AN ORTHODOX ICON depicting The Virgin Mother and Child within a stylistic border with attendant figures on a slightly bowed, probably pine, panel perhaps 17th century Russian, 31cm x 26.5cm £700-900

452. AN ORTHODOX ICON with the central figure of The Virgin Mother and Child, surrounded by multiple figures with inscriptions and polychrome decoration and within a wide border on a slightly bowed panel, 31cm x 25.5cm £350-450

453. A PAIR OF GILT METAL AND MARBLE FIVE LIGHT CANDELABRA, each with four rose cast arms, with rose candle sockets on a turned marble vase shaped support, with three rams head masks and hoof feet on a triform base, with cast feet beneath, 51.5cm high (2) £200-300

454. AN ANTIQUE CAST IRON SCULPTURE OF A RECUMBENT LION mounted on an oak plinth base, the base 29cm long £100-200

455. A HARDWOOD STUDDED ZANZIBAR MULE CHEST with pierced metalwork and hinged hasp to the lid, above three drawers and with brass carrying handles to the side, 110cm wide x 49cm high £300-500

456. A BRONZE SCULPTURE DEPICTING TWO PUTTI feeding a seated goat, indistinctly signed to the base, 34cm high £300-500

457. A PAIR OF LARGE ELM BLACK SMITHS BELLOWS, studded leather bellows and iron mounts, 104cm long overall £100-200

458. AN OLD BRASS FENDER with acanthus flower finials and husk swags, 133cm wide together with a pair of similarly decorated fire iron supports, 35.5cm high (3) £100-200

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459. A PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN CYLINDRICAL VASES of famille vert decoration, with flaring rims and six character mark beneath, each 43cm high £200-300

460. A 19TH CENTURY BLACK OSTRICH FEATHER FAN with gilt mother of pearl sticks, mounted in a pink velvet lined gold framed case, the case 85cm wide overall £300-500

462. A 18TH CENTURY CANTON FAN with ivory sticks, painted with figures resting in a garden with a house beyond, all mounted in a case with a red velvet backing, the case 58cm wide £200-300

461. A 19TH CENTURY BRUSSELS LACE FAN decorated with painted flowers and with gilt tortoise shell sticks, mounted in a case with blue paper lining, the case 56cm wide overall £100-200

463. A 19TH CENTURY BRUSSELS LACE FAN, the three panels decorated with a cherub band and with pierced and parcel gilt ivory sticks, all mounted in a shaped case with a black backing, the case 61cm wide £100-200

465. AN OLD CAST BRASS FIRE IRON STAND surmounted by a galleon setting sail, supporting the shovel, tongs, poker, brush and trivet and all mounted on a tripod base, with fish mask cast feet, 137cm high overall £120-180

464. A 19TH CENTURY FAN, the wooden sticks decorated with a scene of figures harvesting grapes in the countryside, mounted in a case with a light blue backing, the case 61cm wide £100-200

466. A 19TH CENTURY CAST BRONZE GARNITURE OF THREE PIERCED VASES, possibly Dutch, each with scrolling handles and with cast decoration of cherubs either side of a vacant shield and holding floral swags aloft, all on acanthus leaf cast circular spreading bases, the largest vast 57cm wide x 39cm high (3) £300-500

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468. A HANGING BRASS AND GLASS BEAD LIGHT FITTING with scrolls supporting beaded swags and pressed acanthus leaf decoration, 82cm high £300-500

469. A GREEN GLASS OVOID HANGING LIGHT FITTING with pierced finial and hanging from adjustable chains, 40cm high £200-400

470. AN ANTIQUE WALNUT RECTANGULAR TOPPED SPANISH DINING TABLE, shaped supports to either end with scroll decoration and scroll feet, and with wrought iron acanthus leaf decorated brackets, 209cm long x 102cm wide £1000-2000

471. A MID TO LATE 20TH CENTURY POLYCHROME RUG with a multiple banded border and archaic decoration, 130cm x 145cm £200-300

472. ISAAC TARKAY (1935-2012) ‘Nicole’, Serigraph, numbered AP9/45, 90cm x 71cm £150-250

473. AN ANTIQUE MAHOGANY CANDLE or knife and fork box with a fret carved back, lifting lid and inlaid decoration 48cm in height £100-200

474. A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD LIBRARY CHAIR with bergere back, upholstered scrolling arms, upholstered seat and turned front legs 63cm wide £300-500

475. A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY RECTANGULAR WALL MIRROR with fluted column supports 54cm wide £60-80

476. A CREWEL WORK BEDSPREAD DEPICTING BUTTERFLIES, SNAILS AND HUMMINGBIRDS ON LINEN, backed with brocade, approximately 260cm x 240cm £200-300

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477. A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT AND BRASS MOUNTED WRITING BOX, inscribed ‘To Flora McDonald from Don Caesar, The Bazan L.C. Gunn, 18th Jan 1864’, the sloping front opening to reveal a rosewood interior and blue velvet lining, inkwells and gilt mounts, 36cm wide £100-200

478. A SET OF FIVE ORMOLU AND PATINATED METAL TWO BRANCH WALL LIGHTS, each in the form of a classical figure, with grape vine surround, and shades, approximately 23cm high £200-400

479. A PAIR OF PATINATED TWO BRANCH WALL LIGHTS of open scroll form, 26cm high and a further gilt brass two branch wall light (3) £30-60

480. A REGENCY GILTWOOD RECTANGULAR PIER GLASS, with acanthus swag decoration and fluted pilasters, 192cm high x 59cm wide £300-500

481. A 17TH CENTURY PIERCED BRASS AND IRON HANDLED WARMING PAN with a circular hinged cover embossed with flowers, 103cm long overall together with a further 17th century brass and iron warming pan, the pierced cover embossed with a double headed eagle and with further engraved floral decoration (2) £200-300

482. A VICTORIAN CAST IRON SHAPED HEARTH OR WOODBURNER STAND with brass decorated rim and standing on paw feet, 77cm wide x 83cm long £80-120

483. A PRESERVED ANTELOPE HEAD, 74cm high overall £200-300

484. A LARGE ANTIQUE, POSSIBLY VENETIAN, GILT CARVED WOOD RECTANGULAR WALL MIRROR with scrolling acanthus leaf decorated frame and with shell crest, 149cm wide x 130cm high overall £800-1200

485. A WILLIAM IV BUTTON UPHOLSTERED LIBRARY CHAIR with reeded scrolls to the arm fronts and standing on turned tapering reeded front legs, terminating in brass casters, 66cm wide £400-600

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486. AN ANTIQUE CHINOISERIE DECORATED JAPANNED BOX, the top and sides painted with scenes of temples in mountainous terrain, with iron handles to the side and on a matching stand, 98cm wide x 98cm high £500-800

487. AN ANTIQUE CHINESE BRONZE JARDINIERE of lobed form, decorated with exotic birds, having a six character mark signature, 44cm diameter £200-400

488. AN OLD PINE KITCHEN TABLE, the rectangular top with drop flap to one side and with two short frieze drawers, all standing on four turned tapering legs, 168cm wide x 78cm high £200-400

489. A CARVED WHITE MARBLE BUST ‘Mme Recamier’, 63cm high £1200-1800

490. SIX VARIOUS NEEDLEWORK FEATHER FILLED CUSHIONS £40-60

491. A LARGE OLD ORIENTAL RED GROUND RUG with central cream and blue diamond shaped motif to the centre within the flower decorated field and within a multiple banded border, 380cm long x 455cm wide £400-600

492. A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CIRCULAR TILT TOP TRIPOD TABLE the top 79cm diameter £200-300

493. AN EARLY VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD DROP LEAF WORK TABLE with satinwood inlaid decoration and drawers to either side with turned knob handles and raised on turned tapering legs, terminating in brass castors 56cm wide £300-500

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494. AN OLD WROUGHT IRON SPIT ENGINE with turned wooden winding handle, complete with spit rod, 57cm high £100-200

495. A CARVED GILTWOOD BED CANOPY with scrolling acanthus leaf crest and silk curtains, 100cm wide £100-200

496. A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY HEPPLEWHITE STYLE FOUR POSTER BED with turned and reeded column supports, the canopy 160cm wide £400-600

497. FOLLOWER OF GUARDI ‘Venetian Arch’, oil on canvas in a gilded gesso frame, 22cm x 20cm £200-300

498. MID 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Portrait of a Child, oil on board, oval, 30cm x 38cm £100-200

499. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY CIRCLE OF JOHN HOPPNER ‘Portrait of a young boy’, oil on canvas in a gilded frame, 48cm x 36cm £200-300

500. A PAIR OF ARTS AND CRAFTS OAK RECTANGULAR TOPPED BENCHES designed by Edward Barnsley with mortise and tenon joints, the tapering support united by a stretcher and standing on shaped feet, manufactured by LieutenantCommander ‘Fuzz’ Fyson, each 274.5cm long x 46cm high (2) £400-600

501. A 19TH CENTURY UZBEK SILK SUZANI decorated with a pattern of rose coloured hooked medallions, 232cm x 200cm £1000-1500

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1000. A PAIR OF HADDONSTONE CIRCULAR URNS of Fontainebleau form, the lobed bodies on square bases, each 90cm diameter x 62cm high £400-600

1001. A LARGE HADDONSTONE URN of Fontainebleau from on a square base 90cm diameter x 62cm high (AF) £150-250

1002. AN OLD STONE TROUGH with ‘D’ shaped end 57cm x 91cm x 30cm £200-300

1004. AN OLD CARVED STONE TROUGH with ‘D’ shaped end 86cm x 56cm x 28cm £200-300

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1005. A SET OF FOUR CAST COMPOSITE STATUES of Putti, each representing one of the four seasons and each standing approximately 100cm high (4) (AF) £200-400


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1006. A BLACK PAINTED GARDEN TABLE the pierced top with rounded ends and on a scrolling base together with a set of six matching armchairs, the table 190cm long (7) £200-400

1007. A PAIR OF FAUX LEAD CYLINDRICAL PLANTERS with Gothic decoration 37cm diameter x 35cm high (2) £30-50

1008. A CAST TERRACOTTA CHIMINEA in the form of a fish 92cm high £30-50

1009. A PAIR OF RECTANGULAR CONCRETE PLANTERS cast with decoration in the form of rusticated stonework, each 91cm wide x 22cm high (2) £30-50

1010. AN OLD WROUGHT IRON TEAK SLATTED GARDEN BENCH with a folding back and scrolling supports 183cm wide £100-200

1011. A WICKER CONSERVATORY SUITE consisting of a sofa with scroll ends, approximately 204cm wide together with two wicker armchairs £150-250

1012. A PAIR OF HADDON STONE URNS of campana form, each with fluted decoration standing on turned bases and on square stepped plinths, each urn 51cm diameter and standing approximately 114cm high including the plinths £400-600

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1013. EIGHT VARIOUS ANTIQUE AND LATER CHIMNEY POTS £100-200

1014. A PAIR OF CAST TERRACOTTA ANGELS each standing, holding a scalloped dish and later white painted 80cm high (2) £100-200

1015. A WHITE PAINTED CAST IRON GARDEN BENCH the ends cast with fruiting blackberry branches, the bench with wooden slatted seat and back 120cm wide x 80cm high £100-200

1016. AN OLD CONTINENTAL COPPER CYLINDRICAL VESSEL possibly a measure, with flaring rim and carrying handles to each side, applied with two wooden laths to the sides and stamped ‘demi sectolite bourdil a Narbonne’ 50cm diameter x 50cm high £200-400

1017. A LARGE FRENCH GALVANISED BOTTLE DRYING RACK with flaring base with eleven concentric rings of hooks 110cm high overall £100-200

1018. A SMALL GALVANISED BOTTLE DRYING RACK with five concentric rings of hooks 58cm high overall £80-120

1019. AN OLD COPPER COPPER 58cm diameter x 45cm high £150-250

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1021. R A LISTER TEAK SQUARE GARDEN TABLE with four nesting chairs beneath, the table 91cm square £300-500

1022. A PAIR OF SILVER PAINTED WROUGHT IRON CHILD’S SWING SEATS with chain suspension, 46cm wide (2) £50-80

1023. A VINTAGE STRIPED BEACH WINDBREAK, with six post supports, 148cm high £70-90

1024. A GROUP OF 23 GALVANISED TIN VINEYARD LABELS, each 10cm wide £60-80

1025. AN OLD WROUGHT IRON, ZINC AND BRASS GRINDSTONE STAND with pierced turning handle and label for G & I Deane, London Bridge, 30cm wide £50-80

1026. A PAIR OF WHITE PAINTED ARCHING LOUVERED WINDOW SHUTTERS 100cm wide x 210cm high overall £100-200

1029. A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS TERRACOTTA FLOWER POTS £30-50

1030. AN OLD ROUGH CUT STONE RECTANGULAR SHALLOW TROUGH, 80cm wide x 22cm high £120-180

1027. AN OLD WHITE PAINTED GARDEN DOOR inset with a scrolling wrought iron panel, 117cm wide x 200cm high £80-120

1028. A GROUP OF FOUR DECORATIVE WHITE PAINTED WOOD AND IRON VERANDA SUPPORTS each approximately 20cm wide x 214cm high (4) £80-120

1031. A PAIR OF CAST CONCRETE RAMS HEAD WALL POCKETS 28cm wide (2) £30-50

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1033. A PAIR OF WICKER CONSERVATORY ARMCHAIRS 86cm wide together with a wicker hexagonal low occasional table 89cm wide (3) £100-200

1034. A CAST IRON URN of shallow campana form and standing on a square base 56cm diameter together with a rectangular plinth base, all standing 57cm high £100-200

1035. AN OLD CAST CONCRETE RECUMBENT LION, 70cm long £200-400

1036. AN OLD CAST CONCRETE FOUNTAIN with shell moulded top and rusticated base, 56cm high £50-80

1038. A PAIR OF OLD CAST IRON SIX SPOKE WHEELS, each 76cm diameter £40-60

1037. AN OLD CAST CONCRETE SHALLOW CAMPANA URN on a stand of baluster form with wrythen decoration and square stepped base, 56cm diameter x 86cm high £50-80

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1039.TWO FCS TEAK DECKCHAIRS with slatted backs £40-60

1040. A MACHIN KNIGHT & SONS LIMITED BOATBUILDERS CHATHAM HISTORIC DOCKYARD PAINTED WOODEN ROCKING BOAT, 120cm in length £80-120

1041.TWO VICTORIAN CHIMNEY POTS, each 60cm in height and a terracotta planter (3) £40-60

1042. A CAST IRON CHIMINEA, 108cm in height £40-60

1043. AN OLD CAST IRON BOOT SCRAPER with a shaped edge, 28cm wide and a painted cast iron letter box, 25cm wide (2) £40-60

1044. A GARDEN BENCH with naturalistically cast iron ends and a slatted stained pine seat, 185cm wide £80-120

1045. A COMPOSITE CAST STONE LARGE SEMI-CIRCULAR GARDEN SEAT with five double sided acanthus decorated supports, approximately 245cm wide £400-500

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1046. A PAIR OF LATE 19TH / EARLY 20TH CENTURY MARBLE MORTARS, each with four knops and used as planters, 46cm wide (2) £150-250

1047.TWO 19TH CENTURY WROUGHT IRON SADDLE RACKS, each 56cm in length £20-40

1048. AN ART NOUVEAU PLANT STAND with a copper bowl, embossed with Cornish shields and a scrolling wrought iron base with dragon’s head ring handles, 94cm in height £700-800

1049. A HADDONSTONE CIRCULAR POND SURROUND with egg and dart decoration to the moulded sections and on a plinth base and with shell cast planters, or fountain heads, at four quarters, 330cm diameter maximum and standing 45cm high £1000-2000

1050. A BRONZE SCULPTURE OR FOUNTAIN HEAD in the form of a reclining putti, resting against an urn flowing with water, 60cm wide £200-400

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1051. A WHITE PAINTED CAST IRON COLEBROOKDALE STYLE GARDEN BENCH with scrolling pierced foliate decoration and on a slatted seat, 164cm wide £300-500

1052. A CAST BRONZE SCULPTURE of a classical maiden carrying two water jugs, 133cm high £300-500

1053. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN WHITE PAINTED CAST IRON BENCH ENDS in the form of entwined branches, 73cm high £100-200

1054. AN OLD WOOD AND LEAD COVERED SHALLOW SALTING TROUGH, 145cm long x 72cm deep x 11cm high £50-80

1055. A VICTORIAN IRON AND BRONZE WELL PUMP with wrought iron handle and turned bronze cased cylinder, 121cm high overall £80-120

1056. A 19TH CENTURY STONE FONT with an octagonal bowl inscribed with a cross to each side and raised on a square column and base, 46cm wide x 90cm in height £400-600

1057. A RECONSTITUTED MARBLE GARDEN FIGURE OF THE THREE GRACES standing on a stepped oval plinth, 66cm wide x 112cm in height £300-500

1058. A PAIR OF COMPOSITE STONE HUNTING DOGS, after a 19th century pair by Henri Alfred De Jacquemart, each sitting on haunches, on rectangular bases, 32cm wide x 79cm in height £400-800

1059. A PAIR OF GOTHIC COMPOSITE STONE URNS on plinths, after the Victorian Gothic revival stoneware original by James Pulham & Son, each decorated with blind Gothic tracery, 52cm wide x 124.5cm in height £600-900

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1060. A DECORATIVE BUST OF A YOUNG GIRL styling her hair c.1970, hand carved by Roy Clapp, 43cm wide x 58.5cm in height £200-300

1061. A CAST COMPOSITE STONE BIRD BATH OR GARDEN FOUNTAIN with a circular bowl on a column with three putti figures, 66cm diameter x 109cm in height £250-450

1062. A PAIR OF LARGE 19TH CENTURY CARVED STONE GATE POST TOPS OR FINIALS with square bases, conical bodies and flat tops, 35.5cm wide x 67cm high £150-250

1063. A PAIR OF STAINLESS STEEL SINKS OR PLANTERS with drainage holes, 46cm wide x 25cm high £30-50

1064. A PAIR OF WROUGHT IRON GARDEN OBELISK with scroll finials, 234cm in height £80-120

1065. A CARVED STONE BIRD BATH with an octagonal bowl on a square column and a stepped square base, 43cm wide x 89cm high £150-250

1066. A PAIR OF SQUARE WROUGHT IRON GARDEN OBELISKS with ball finials, 32cm wide x 241cm in height £80-120

1067. A PAIR OF GREY PAINTED CAST IRON DOGS seated and alert, each on rectangular plinth bases 105cm high £800-1200

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1069. AN OLD STRAPWORK PLANTER or urn of vase form 70cm high £80-120

1068. A WROUGHT IRON ROSE ARCH with bow shaped top and lattice work sides, each side with a slatted bench, approximately 297cm high x 200cm long £1000-2000

1070. A CAST IRON BUST of a classical woman, her hair tied in a bun, 62cm high £80-120

1071. A WHITE PAINTED WIREWORK TWO SEATER BENCH together with a pair of matching chairs, the bench 115cm wide (3) £150-250

1072. A CAST IRON FOUNTAIN in the form of two Putti supporting a cornucopia, all mounted on a stepped plinth base 124cm high £300-500

1073. A PAIR OF CAST CONCRETE URNS or planters with flower and fruit moulded rims and on circular spreading bases, each 58cm diameter x 42cm high (2) £150-250

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1074. A SET OF FOUR WIREWORK PANELS of Gothic arch form, each 78cm x 83cm (4) £120-180

1075. A PAIR OF GREY PAINTED CAST IRON PLANTERS with rounded ends and decorated with vases and swags, each 59.5cm wide x 15cm high (2) £120-180

1076. A CAST IRON SQUARE SECTION PLANTER with lion mask decoration 27.5cm wide x 29.5cm high together with a ‘D’ shaped cast iron planter decorated with lion masks 44.5cm wide x 25cm high (2) £150-200

1077. AN OLD OVAL CAST IRON PLANTER of urn form with a conforming spreading base 58cm wide x 41cm high £100-200

1078. A PAIR OF CAST IRON URNS of campana form with lion mask handles and square bases, each 48cm diameter x 60cm high (2) £150-250

1079. A PAIR OF WHITE PAINTED TERRACOTTA PLINTHS with cast grapevine decoration, each approximately 30cm high x 59cm high (2) £80-120

1080. A CAST IRON FOUNTAIN in the form of a boy with a writhing fish 81cm high £150-250

1081. A CIRCULAR WIREWORK TABLE together with a pair of matching folding cafe chairs, each applied with birds and leaves, the table 79cm diameter (3) £100-200

1082. A PAIR OF CREAM PAINTED WIREWORK TWO TIER PLANT STANDS with scroll decoration 46cm diameter x 67cm high (2) £80-120

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1083. A PAIR OF GREEN PAINTED WIREWORK CONSERVATORY PLANT STANDS with rounded ends 83cm wide x 74cm high (2) £80-120

1084. A GROUP OF CAST CONCRETE ANIMALS consisting of a pig, an otter, a badger and a fox, the pig 36cm high (4) £120-180

1086. A TEAK GARDEN CHAIR with rounded back, lathe supports, standing on square tapering legs, 61cm wide £80-120

1087. A TEAK GARDEN BENCH with triple scallop seat 150cm wide £150-250

1088. A GREEN PAINTED WIREWORK GARDEN TABLE with rounded ends and scrolling support 140cm wide together with a set of four wirework chairs with circular seats and scroll feet (5) £200-300

1089. A SET OF FOUR GREEN PAINTED WIREWORK GARDEN ARMCHAIRS on scroll feet, each 50cm wide (4) £150-250

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1085. A CAST IRON RECTANGULAR PLANTER on supports moulded in the form of female busts 65cm wide £80-120

1090. A CREAM PAINTED FOLDING CIRCULAR CAFE TABLE, the pierced top decorated with scrolls and 71cm diameter together with a pair of matching folding chairs (3) £100-200


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1091. A GROUP OF FIVE BIRD HOUSES of various forms, the largest with a pitched roof and ring suspension loop 44cm high (5) £70-90

1092. A GROUP OF THREE VARIOUS BIRD HOUSES to include one in the form of a watermill, the largest 24.5cm high (3) £60-80

1094. A GROUP OF FIVE CREAM PAINTED WIREWORK BIRD CAGES, possibly for use as hanging bird feeders or candle holders, 42cm high (5) £80-120

1095. A GROUP OF FIVE GREY PAINTED WIREWORK CIRCULAR BIRD CAGES with waisted sides and domed tops, possibly for use as candle holders, 48cm high (5) £100-150

1093. AN OLD CAST IRON FIRE PLACE GRATE with outswept front, 55cm wide x 68cm high £80-120

1096. A VICTORIAN COALBROOKDALE FIRE SURROUND AND OVERMANTLE with pierced fretwork crest, the overmantle with central shaped recess for a mirror or painting surrounded by a blind fretwork geometric decoration and with a shelf to either side over a further mantle shelf supported on a central semi-circular tapering bracket with ribbon tied floral swag and flanked by fluted pilaster columns to either side, 149cm wide x approximately 200cm high, the fireplace aperture 97cm wide x 97cm high £700-900

1097. A VICTORIAN CAST IRON FIRE PLACE INSERT, cast with classical urns over pilaster columns, 102cm wide x 98cm high overall £200-400

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1098. AN ANTIQUE CARVED PINE OVERDOOR of bracket form with egg and dart decoration, 145cm wide x 16cm high together with two further carved pine overdoors (3) £100-200

1099. A GEORGE III STRIPPED PINE AND GESSO OVERDOOR with stepped moulded crest and decorated overall with classical motifs to include palmettes and three urns with husk swags, 92cm wide x 28cm high £50-80

1100. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN ARCHING MOULDED GLAZED MAJOLICA POTTERY PANELS by Maw & Co. with term figures representative of flora, each semi clad maiden holding a basket of fruit before her and with an acanthus leaf moulded support beneath, each panel 31cm wide x 96cm high (2) (AF) Maw & Co were founded in 1850, these tile may be circa 1890 £800-1200

1102. A PAIR OF LEAD ADAM STYLE FLUTED URNS AND COVERS with classical masks and spreading circular bases, each 29cm diameter x 51cm high (2) £300-500

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1103. A CAST LEAD WALL FOUNTAIN with half round bowl beneath a rams head mask spout flanked by pilaster columns to either side, 51cm wide x 82cm high overall £150-250

1101. A RECONSTITUTED STONE FLUTED CLASSICAL COLUMN BASE on a turned socle, the top 32cm diameter and standing 96.5cm high £150-250

1104. A CAST COMPOSITE PLANTER in the form of a donkey with panniers, 107.5cm high x 87cm long overall £200-400


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1106. A CARVED STONE ABSTRACT SCULPTURE OF TWO INTERTWINED FIGURES with integral square plinth base, 78cm high £150-250

1107. A LARGE BUFF TERRACOTTA RUSTICATED PLANTER in the form of a tree trunk section, approximately 65cm diameter x 55cm high £200-400

1108. A PAIR OF RECONSTITUTED STONE CYLINDRICAL PLANTERS decorated with fruiting swags and lion masks on circular socles, each 31cm diameter x 39cm high £100-200

1109. A CAST COMPOSITE STONE SUN DIAL with female figural support and surmounted by a circular lead dial plate and gnomon, 127cm high overall £150-250

1111. AN OLD CARVED STONE TROUGH with ‘D’ shaped end 86cm x 56cm x 28cm £200-300

1112. AN OLD CARVED STONE TROUGH with ‘D’ shaped end 93cm long x 56cm wide x 27cm high £200-300

1105. A LARGE CAST IRON SCULPTURE OF MINERVA wearing a plumed helmet and leaning against a tree stump, complete with a cast iron plinth base with acanthus leaf decoration, standing approximately 208cm high overall £700-900

1110. A CAST COMPOSITE WEATHERED FEMALE NUDE SCULPTURE, 141cm high overall £300-500

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1113. AN OLD CARVED STONE TROUGH with ‘D’ shaped end 93cm long x 56cm wide x 27cm high £200-300

1114. AN OLD CARVED STONE TROUGH with ‘D’ shaped end 92cm long x 57cm wide x 27cm high £200-300

1115. A CIRCULAR TEAK FOLDING GARDEN TABLE 120cm diameter together with a group of five various folding garden chairs £80-120

1116. A SMALL CAST IRON PIG FEEDING TROUGH of half round form on bracket feet, 92cm long £30-50

1118. AN OLD CONTINENTAL ZINC URN of fluted campana form with scrolling handles 42cm high £120-180 1117. A LARGE HADDONSTONE TYPE GARDEN URN of campana form with lattice decoration on a square base and mounted on a large square plinth, the plinth 72cm in height, the urn 60cm in height £200-400

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1119. A ZINC ARCHITECTURAL ORNAMENT of pointed form with scrolling acanthus leaf decoration 105cm wide together with a further scroll and flowerhead decorated pressed zinc ornament, 34cm wide (2) £50-80

1120. A PAIR OF SMALL CAST IRON URNS with griffin mask handles, each 30cm diameter x 33cm high £200-300

1121. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY GREEN PAINTED WATER CANS 27cm spout to handle together with a green painted conical tin water or milk can with looping handle 56cm high with the handle up (3) £50-80

1122.TWO OVAL GALVANISED BATHS with carrying handles, the largest 110cm wide overall £80-120

1123. AN OLD WROUGHT IRON WEATHER VANE with a rotating arrow pointer and points indicating the directions N,S,E & W and with a lead boss and iron bar for mounting 243cm high overall including the mounting bar £400-600

1124. A CREAM PAINTED CAST IRON STATUE of a semi clad maiden in classical costume standing over a broken urn, 141cm high £300-500

1125. AN OLD YORKSTONE FOUNTAIN OR BIRD TABLE, a shallow bowl on a turned column support and a square plinth base, 60cm diameter x 59cm high £100-200

1126. A VICTORIAN CARVED STONE PLANTER in the form of a tulip flower, 62cm diameter and standing on a later composite spreading circular plinth, the urn and stand 71cm high overall £200-400

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1127. AN OLD CARVED STONE RECTANGULAR SHALLOW SINK, 87cm wide x 15cm high £100-200

1128. A GROUP OF THREE VARIOUS TIN AND GLASS LANTERNS with pierced tops, the largest 48cm high (3) £40-60

1129. AN OLD WOODEN A FRAMED FRUIT PICKING LADDER with single hinged support, 205cm wide £80-120

1130.TWO SIMILAR OLD RIVETED COPPERS, each 40cm wide x approximately 29cm high (2) £100-200

1131.TWO SIMILAR OLD RIVETED COPPERS, the largest 48cm diameter, the smaller 44cm diameter (2) £100-200

1132. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY SLAZENGER CROQUET SET with a wooden stand for mallets, balls and posts together with a pine box for hoops and hoop inserts and spacer £200-300

1133. AN OLD CROQUET SET in a pine box with four mallets, various balls and hoops, the box 98cm wide £100-200

1134. AN OLD RECTANGULAR MARBLE SUNDIAL for wall mounting, 68.5cm wide x 48cm high (gnomon lacking) £70-90

1135. A GROUP OF THREE MARBLE MORTARS each with four lugs, the largest approximately 36cm diameter £100-200

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1136. A HALF ROUND WROUGHT IRON ARCHITECTURAL PANEL with radiating bars and diaper decoration 174cm wide x 77cm high £80-120

1137. A PAIR OF SCROLLING ARCHITECTURAL BRACKETS the fluted scrolls with rose head decoration to the sides 66cm high (2) £200-300

1138. A PAIR OF TERRACOTTA CORBELS with waisted fluted decoration 34cm wide x 34cm high £100-200

1139. A VICTORIAN CAST IRON FINIAL with acanthus leaf scrolling branches 137cm high £50-80

1140. AN OLD CAST IRON URN of shallow campana form with scrolling handles 51cm diameter x 41cm high £150-250

1141. AN OLD CARVED STONE SHALLOW SINK with one rounded corner and drainage hole, 92cm wide x 15cm high £120-180

1143. A VICTORIAN BUFF TERRACOTTA URN of campana form with acanthus leaf decoration to the bowl, later painted white, 58cm diameter x 75cm high £150-250

1142. A PAIR OF OLD, POSSIBLY 19TH CENTURY, NEWEL POST OR STABLE STALL FINIALS, surmounted by spheres on acanthus leaf carved and fluted column supports, 127cm high (2) £80-120

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1144. AN ANTIQUE MARBLE OVAL URN OR PLANTER, possibly 18th century with gadrooned body and conforming socle, 72cm wide x 50cm high £700-900

1145. A PAIR OF WEATHERED HADDONSTONE STYLE URNS with square bases and square stepped plinths, each 63cm wide x 74cm high £400-600

1146. A WEATHERED TERRACOTTA SCULPTURE OF A PIG and feeding trough, 43cm wide £30-50

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1147. AN ANTIQUE COMPOSITE WEATHERED MASK FOUNTAIN HEAD of a Bacchus, 28cm high £100-150


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1148. AN ANTIQUE COPPER WATERING CAN with pierced rose, 44cm high £150-250

1149. AN ANTIQUE FRENCH GREEN PAINTED TIN MILK CHURN with iron loop handles, 70cm high £150-200

1150. AN OLD FRENCH BLACK ENAMEL WOOD BURNING STOVE, with floral decoration and standing on cast bracket feet, 41cm front to back x 63cm high £80-120

1151. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN BROWN GLAZED URNS OF CAMPANA FORM, with acanthus leaf moulded rims, gadrooned bodies and square bases, each on a plinth with laurel wreath applied decoration to each side, the urn 60cm diameter and each plinth and urn standing 102cm high overall (damages) (2) £300-500

1152. A PAIR OF CAST CONCRETE URNS OF CLASSICAL FORM on plinth bases, each standing 82.5cm high overall (damages) (2) £100-200

1153. A PAIR OF COMPOSITE PLINTHS of fluted column form, 99cm high (2) £70-90

1154. A PAIR OF PAINTED PLASTER PLINTHS of classic column design, each 82cm in height £80-120

1155. A COMPOSITE BUST OF DAVID, after Michelangelo, with a cast plaster type plinth of fluted column form, overall 166cm in height £80-120

1156. A LARGE CAST COMPOSITE STONE GARDEN FOUNTAIN MASK OF MEDUSA with intricate snake leadwork, 32cm wide x 55cm in height £80-120

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1157.THREE WEATHERED / MOSSY CAST COMPOSITE STONE FIGURES OF CATS, 38cm wide £40-60

1158. A CAST COMPOSITE STONE BUST in an art nouveau style of a young girl with flowers in her hair, on a square base, 46cm in height £40-60

1159. A LONG TAILED FIERCE DRAGON FIGURE surmounted on a roof ridge tile, 51cm in length x 62cm in height £80-120

1160. A PAIR OF RENAISSANCE STYLE TERRACOTTA WALL PLAQUES depicting profile portraits of figures wearing helmets, 36cm wide x 46cm in height £40-80

1161. A WEATHERED CAST STONE LIONS MASK WALL FOUNTAIN, 29cm squared £40-80

1162. AN ENGLISH CAST COMPOSITE STONE GARDEN FOUNTAIN, after a 19th century stoneware original by Shaw & Taylor, of an Art Deco style recumbent lady with jug pouring into a demi-lune scalloped bowl, 35.5cm wide x 71cm in height £250-350

1163. A PAIR OF CAST COMPOSITE STONE SEATED GREYHOUNDS each wearing a collar raised on a moulded shield base, 30.5cm wide x 79.5cm in height £80-120

1164. A SMALL WEATHERED CAST STONE LION MASK FOUNTAIN on a square backing, 29cm squared £25-40

1165. A BRONZE SCULPTURE OF A STANDING STORK 138cm high £150-250

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1166. A LARGE CAST COMPOSITE STONE PLAQUE OF CUPID AND PSYCHE, after a 19th century original by W. A. Bourguereau, 60cm wide x 89cm in height £60-90

1167. A PAIR OF CAST COMPOSITE STONE BASKETS OF FRUIT GARDEN FINIALS OR GATE POST TOPS with interlaced strapwork overflowing with naturalistic style ripe fruits, 35.5cm wide x 45.75cm in height £150-250

1168. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY RARE THREE WHEELED GARDEN SPRINKLER by Lloyds & Co Limited, Letchworth, c.1912, 34cm wide x 44cm in height £200-300

1169. A HAND CARVED STONE CORBEL of a mystical dragons head, 17cm wide x 22cm in height £40-80

1170. A LARGE TERRACOTTA RHUBARB FORCER with original lid, 49cm diameter x 72cm in height £120-180 1171-1177. No Lots

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1178. A CIRCULAR CREAM PAINTED FOLDING CAFE TABLE 62cm diameter together with a pair of cream painted wirework chairs 60cm wide (3) £120-180

1181. A WHITE MARBLE SCULPTURE OF A SEMI-CLAD MAIDEN, her arms raised to her forehead and with a signature to the base ‘Del Torrione’, 116cm high £200-400

1179. A GROUP OF THREE WIREWORK HANGING BASKETS 42cm diameter (3) £40-60

1180. A PAIR OF WIREWORK BASKETS of boat shape, each with a loop handle 53cm long together with a circular wirework basket 49cm diameter x 24cm high (3) £60-80

1182. A PAIR OF GREEN AND YELLOW GLAZED TERRACOTTA LIONS seated and alert with their mouths open, 96cm high (2) £300-500

1184. A PAIR OF RECONSTITUTED STONE CIRCULAR SHALLOW PLANTERS with moulded acanthus leaf decoration to the outside, each 46cm diameter x 21cm high (2) £100-200

1183. AN OLD TERRACOTTA GARGOYLE, moulded in the form of a lion, 103cm long (for restoration) £100-200

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1186. AN OLD FRENCH RECONSTITUTED STONE FEMALE ALLEGORICAL FIGURE representing Autumn, 152cm high £400-600

1187. A TERRACOTTA CROCK of conical form and with glazed interior, 52cm diameter x 27cm high £30-50

1188. A TERRACOTTA TEMPLE LION, seated and alert, 90cm high £200-400

1189. A PAIR OF CAST COMPOSITE URNS of shallow campana form with gadrooned bowls and standing on circular spreading bases and standing on square plinths, decorated with faun masks, each urn 69cm diameter x 123cm high (2) £700-900

1190. A SET OF FOUR GREEN PAINTED WROUGHT IRON AND WOODEN SLATTED FOLDING GARDEN CHAIRS, each 38.5cm wide (4) £80-120

1191. A RED PAINTED WROUGHT IRON AND BLUE SEATED CHILDS SWING with chain suspension, 44cm wide £50-80

1192. A VINTAGE BAMBOO AND CANED PEACOCK CHAIR with cerda label, 88cm wide x 124cm high £100-200

1193. A VINTAGE CAST COMPOSITE FIGURE OF A GOOSE, 23cm wide x 61cm in height £30-50

1194. A ‘D’ SHAPED CARVED STONE TROUGH with a fluted bowl and a carving of an elephant to the front, from Rajasthan, India, 69cm wide x 31cm in height £100-150

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1195. A HAND CARVED LICHEN COVERED STONE HOUSE NUMBER, 24, 37cm wide x 19cm in height £30-50

1196. A SET OF FOUR LARGE VICTORIAN TERRACOTTA BRICK INSETS depicting shamrock, ivory and thistle, 136cm wide x 34cm in height £60-90

1197. A 20TH CENTURY GREEN MAN TRIPARTITE CAST COMPOSITE STONE FRIEZE, cast from a Victorian original, the centre with scroll work and surrounded by ribbon tied fruiting swags, 122cm wide x 61cm in height £200-300

1198. A VICTORIAN TERRACOTTA FINIAL with a flame top, 24cm wide x 71cm high £40-80

1199. A HAND CARVED RECTANGULAR STONE PLAQUE of a carp with naturalistic carved background, 69cm wide x 60cm in height £100-200

1200. A LICHEN COVERED STONE PLAQUE OF WILLIAM BLAKE’S POEM ‘AUGURIES OF INNOCENCE’ with hand carved lettering, 66cm wide x 67cm high £300-400

1201. A PAIR OF SALVAGED VINTAGE COLUMNS, possibly from a church interior, 57cm in height £40-60

1202. AN ARCHITECTURAL STONE FRAGMENT with an inset hand carved face of a man with a moustache, 33cm wide x 44cm in height £60-90

1203. A 19TH CENTURY SMALL YORK STONE CARVED DOUBLE WINDOW, 60cm wide x 56cm in height £40-60

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1204. A HAND CARVED STONE ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENT with a fleur de lys pattern, 43cm wide x 43cm high £50-80

1205.TWO WROUGHT IRON PLANT STANDS, 123cm x 83cm in height £40-60

1206. A CAST COMPOSITE SCULPTURE OF A KING, 48cm in height £40-60

1207. A CAST COMPOSITE STONE TROUGH with fluted sides, 69cm wide x 34cm in height £100-200

1208. A COMPOSITE CAST TROUGH of rectangular form decorated with a Bacchanalian scene and raised on two lion feet, 99cm wide £150-200

1209. A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY COMPOSITE STONE URNS of campana form, each 48cm wide £80-120

1210. A PAIR OF SCROLLED LIONS HEAD PLANT TROUGHS, each on lion stands, 91cm wide £300-400

1211. AN OLD TEAK SLATTED ROUND GARDEN TABLE, 127cm diameter and eight teak slatted folding chairs (9) £200-300

1212. A TEAK GARDEN ARMCHAIR, a small slatted garden table and a slatted garden bench (3) £80-120

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1213. AN OLD TEAK SLATTED GARDEN BENCH, 162cm wide £80-120

1214. A VICTORIAN GALVANIZED WATER BARROW BUCKET, 57cm wide x 55cm high £30-50

1215. A LARGE TERRACOTTA URN, 77cm diameter x 65cm high, planted with an olive tree approximately 220cm high £200-400

1216.TWO COMPOSITE STONE SQUARE GARDEN URNS, each with lattice decoration, 40cm wide, with two further composite stone urns (4) £100-200

1217. A COMPOSITE STONE PLANTER of rectangular form 83cm wide £40-80

1218. A COMPOSITE STONE RECTANGULAR TROUGH, decorated with dancing cherubs, 99cm wide, with a similar smaller trough (2) £70-100

1219.TWO OLD GARDEN STATUES, the largest 74cm in height (2) £40-60

1220. A GEORGIAN PINE AND GESSO FIRE SURROUND of classical decoration including palmettes and floral swags, 150cm wide x 140cm high overall, the aperture 107cm x 103cm £400-600

1221. AN ANTIQUE WICKER LOUNGER CHAIR with spoked wheels, 165cm in length £80-120

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1222. AN ANTIQUE HARDWOOD INDIAN ELEPHANT SEAT, the rectangular seat with spindle turned galleried back and sides and on shaped supports spreading out either side from a central leaf carved section, 165cm wide x 72cm high £150-250

1224. A CAST CONCRETE SMALL FOUNTAIN HEAD with a shallow bowl on three dolphin supports, 35cm diameter x 46cm high £80-120

1223. A CAST CONCRETE FOUNTAIN HEAD in the form of Neptune and a dolphin, 129cm high £100-200

1225. A COMPOSITE STONE TROUGH 90cm wide £40-60

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CONDITIONS OF SALE Mallams carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale on the following General Conditions and on such other terms, conditions and notices as may be referred to herein. 1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Mallams or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c) “hammer price” means the level of bidding reached (at or above any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment” means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Mallams accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g) “You”, “Your”, etc. refer to the buyer as identified in Condition 2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (2) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. (3)The Auctioneers reserve the right to charge a deposit for certain lots. These will be indicated before the sale. 3. INCREMENTS Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE The buyer shall pay the hammer price together with a premium thereon of 20%. This premium is subject to VAT at the rate imposed by law. 5. VALUE ADDED TAX Value Added Tax on the hammer price is imposed by law on all items affixed with an asterisk or double asterisk. Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position). 6. PAYMENT (1) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (a) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (b) pay to us the total amount due in cash or in such other way as is agreed by us. (2) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether express or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES (1) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you until you have made payment in full to us of the total amount due. (2) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges. (3) No purchase can be claimed or removed until it has been paid for. 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES (1) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (a) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (b) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (c) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.

10. COMMISSION AND TELEPHONE BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf or by telephone. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot. 14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale. GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17 (1) any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions. ENDANGERED SPECIES LAWS Due to international laws, any item on the Endangered species list (i.e. Ivory, Rhino horn etc.), whether it dates from the 18th/19th Century or the 1930s, requires re-export permits for bidders outside the EU (CITES). Some countries also require import permits as well and all permits must be in place prior to shipment. Mallams cannot be held liable if a purchaser buys a lot that comes within this field and then import/export licences cannot be arranged. Certain countries, particularly the USA, have their own Endangered Species Act (USESA) and possession or being involved in a commercial transaction with any item on this list can be an offence for a US resident. Therefore, it is the potential buyers responsibility to check Federal regulations before bidding for a lot, which comes under these or similar regulations. Please note no license is required to sell or advertise within the EU if items are pre-1947. ONLINE BIDDING Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers offer an online bidding service via the-saleroom.com for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers, you: 1. authorise Mallams Fine Art auctioneers, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and 2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Mallams Fine art Auctioneers are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price.

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DIRECTIONS FROM THE A34 Abingdon North turn-off from Oxford end Come off the slip road, the A4183 Oxford Road. Turn right at the roundabout onto Dunmore Road. Turn right at the next roundabout onto the B4017, Wootton Road, Go under the A34 flyover and we are on the right, Dunmore Court is the group of buildings on the right. Coming through the edge of Abingdon Come off the A34 at the Abingdon South turn-off on the roundabout. Take the 3rd exit onto the A415, Marcham Road. Go over the next small roundabout, going past the Abingdon Community Hospital on the left. At the next roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Colwell Drive. Go over the next roundabout. At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Copenhagen Drive. At the next roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Wootton Road.

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Absentee Bid Form

Mallams

Sale Date: .................................................................................................... Name: .......................................................................................................... Address: ....................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................... ...................................................................

Postcode ..................................

Telephone: 1............................................. 2 ............................................... Email: ...........................................................................................................

Notices

Lot

Brief Description

Price Limit

I hereby request Mallams to bid for the lots listed herewith up to the hammer price stated. The auctioneers, on my behalf, will try to purchase lots for the lowest possible price, in accordance with the usual bidding increments and taking into account the reserve and other bids. I understand that if any bid is successful the total price payable by me is the sum of the final bid and the buyer’s premium (plus VAT). I agree that the bids are made in accordance with the Conditions of Sale as printed in the catalogue.

✂

I understand that absentee bids should be with the auctioneers at least one hour before the commencement of the auction.

Signed:

..............................................................

Date: ................................

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Mallams Abingdon

Mallams THE HOUSE & GARDEN SALE

HOUSE & GARDEN SALE 13th/14th June 2016

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Monday 13th / Tuesday 14th June 2016 ABINGDON

The House & Garden Sale - 13th & 14th June 2016 (Mallams Abingdon)  

A varied Antique Auction to include: Decorative Furniture, Ceramics & Glassware, Silver, Pictures, Carpets, Tapestries & Textiles, Sculpture...

The House & Garden Sale - 13th & 14th June 2016 (Mallams Abingdon)  

A varied Antique Auction to include: Decorative Furniture, Ceramics & Glassware, Silver, Pictures, Carpets, Tapestries & Textiles, Sculpture...

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