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Mallams

Decorative Interiors Thursday 10th March 2016 at 11am CHELTENHAM


Mallams AUCTIONEERS

Decorative Interiors Thursday 10th March 2016 at 11am

Viewing Tuesday 8th March 9am-7pm Wednesday 9th March 9am-5pm And the morning of the sale Auction Mallams Grosvenor Galleries 26 Grosvenor Street Cheltenham GL52 2SG Bids 01242 235712 01242 241943 (Fax) To bid via the internet please go to www.the-saleroom.com

Or to view the catalogue online go to www.mallams.co.uk Enquiries Condition Reports & Images cheltenham@mallams.co.uk Conditions of sale This auction is subject to Important Notices, Conditions of Sale and Reserves.

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 cheltenham@mallams.co.uk

Front cover - Lot 242 Back cover - Lot 383


Mallams AUCTIONEERS

Order of Sale Decorative Interiors Thursday 10th March 2016 at 11am

Furniture 1 - 149 Paintings, Maps & Books

150 - 223

Silver, Ceramics, Glass, Jewellery, Collector’s items and Works of Art

237 - 506

Condition Reports and Images: cheltenham@mallams .co.uk Important notice: Please note that condition reports are not printed in the catalogue or on our website however, we are happy to provide them when requested subject to our terms and conditions of sale. The absence of any reference to condition in any description does not imply the lot is without fault.


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

IMPORTANT NOTICES: CHANGES TO THE DROITE DE SUITE OR ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHTS

EXPLANATION OF PICTURE CATALOGUING TERMS

***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.

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.

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.

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.

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Furniture 1. A set of four reconstituted planters of basket form with blind fret decoration, 45cm diameter, 33cm high (see illustration) £80-120 2. A pair of small reconstituted garden urns 41cm high and a reconstituted square planter, 39cm wide, 40cm high (3) £30-50

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3. A 19th Century rosewood library table with octagonal tip-up top on barrel column and quadruped base, 122cm across (see illustration) £200-300 4. An Arts & Crafts oak stool in the manner of Arthur Simpson of Kendal, the top made from woven leather on square tapering legs, 50cm high, 70cm wide (see illustration) £50-80

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5. A Cotswold School oak gateleg dining table the top on octagonal cut supports joined by twin stretchers, all on sledge feet, 133cm wide, 74cm high (see illustration) £100-200 6. A Cotswold style oak circular occasional table of two tier form, 59cm diameter, 62cm high (see illustration) £40-60

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7. Two similar Heals oak bedside cupboards circa 1920s, each door with turned handle enclosing two shelves, one with ivorine Heal’s & Sons label, on square cut feet, each 77cm high (2) (see illustration) £150-200 8. A 19th Century upholstered low armchair with open arms on turned walnut feet and castors, 76cm deep (see illustration) £30-50

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9. A set of six mid 19th Century rosewood dining chairs each with cane seat on reeded supports £100-200 10. A 19th Century mahogany toilet mirror with two curved drawers to front, all on carved feet, 66cm high, 69cm wide £50-80 11. A mahogany and inlaid bow front sideboard fitted drawers to the centre flanked by cupboards, 152cm £100-200

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12. A French style gilt dressing stool on cabriole legs £20-40 13. A brass and painted column standard lamp with stepped square base, 130cm £50-100 14. no lot 15. An antique oak gateleg table with oval top on barley-twist legs joined by twin stretchers, 78cm high £100-200 16. A large Afghan red ground carpet with allover elephant foot designs, 290cm £80-120 17. A Victorian black painted cast iron garden bench £80-120 18. A pair of reconstituted garden urns of circular form, 50cm diameter £40-70 19. A large Edwardian garden roller 52cm across and a smaller garden roller, 43cm (2) £40-60


20. An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid two tier side table inlaid with a portrait of a lady surrounded by fruiting vine, on turned legs, 64cm high, 49cm wide (see illustration) £50-80 21. A George III mahogany chest of drawers with two short over three long drawers, on bracket feet, 104cm high, 124cm wide (see illustration) £100-150

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22. A stone bench with two gargoyle head supports, 100cm across, 33cm high £80-120 22A. Eleven stoneware cider jars/flagons £50-100

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23. A stone low bench made up of three parts with rectangular slab seat, 160cm wide, 40cm high £30-50

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24. A George III mahogany small reading table with fold-over top fitted one drawer on tapering supports, 42cm across (see illustration) £300-500 25. Four 19th Century mahogany dining chairs with pierced urn shaped backs and drop-in seats, on square tapering legs, each 90cm high (see illustration) £80-120

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26. A stone small garden trough of rectangular form, 53cm x 43cm, 22cm high £60-80 27. A Regency gilt pier glass with swag frieze and reeded supports, 122cm x 58cm (see illustration) £80-120

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28. A pair of 19th Century mahogany column candlesticks with gilt sconces and circular drip trays to the base, 32cm high £40-60 29. An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid open armchair reputedly used by Queen Alexandra at the Kings Lynn Exhibition, November 6th, 1909, inscribed to silver metal plaque, the chair with open arms, shaped legs and fitted upholstered seat, 101cm high, 54cm wide £30-50 30. A Cotswold style small drop-leaf table with rotational octagonal top on chamfered rectangular supports joined by a single stretcher, 46cm high, 51cm deep (see illustration) £20-40

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LOT 32 32. A George III style walnut armchair with swept arms, upholstered seat and back on cabriole legs (see illustration) £100-200 33. A Victorian rosewood writing slope an inlaid work box and a miniature walnut chest of drawers (3) £50-100 34. A 19th Century mahogany straight front chest of two short and three long drawers with embossed styles handles, 107cm £40-60

31. A 19th Century elm stick back Windsor armchair £50-100

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41A. A pair of reproduction beechwood Windsor elbow chairs each with splat back £40-60 42. A 19th Century oak oval drop leaf dining table on tapering supports with pad feet, 112cm x 164cm Provenance: Formerly the property of Lady Bird £50-100 43. A Japanese embroidered three fold draught screen with bamboo, blossom and bird designs, £20-40

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43A. A 19th Century elm Windsor armchair £30-50 44. An Ekcovision TSC 1113 television in a lift up cabinet, introduced 1948, original inclusive price 145 Guineas £40-60 44A. An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid elbow chair with tapestry seat £30-40

LOT 38 35. A 19th Century mahogany standing corner cupboard the door enclosing a single shelf, all on plinth base, 82cm high, 74cm wide £50-80

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46. A Greek Revival black slate mantel clock with striking movement, engraved brass dial and plaque with inscription dated 1861 £50-100

36. An Arts & Crafts oak armchair possibly Heals with button back £40-60 37. A Walnut regulator wall clock with fluted pillars £40-60

47. A continental pine wardrobe with arched cornice, 120cm x 193cm high £70-100

38. An oak longcase clock with arched brass dial with seconds dial date aperture and rocking Old Father Time, 215cm high (see illustration) £200-300

48. A pair of English giltwood low bergere chairs in the manner of George Morant, each with a carved frame and original brass castors to the front (see illustration) £300-500

39. An oak dresser with raised shelf back and fitted drawers, 165cm across (see illustration) £100-200 39A. A late 17th Century oak sword chest with carved front and iron lock, 105cm £70-100

45. A Victorian cast iron stick stand decorated with cherubs and intertwined vines on semi circular base, 66cm high, 38cm wide (see illustration) £80-120

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49. A 19th Century oak campaign chest of drawers with three short over three long drawers, all with sunken brass handles, on turned wooden feet, 113cm high, 106cm wide (see illustration) £500-700

40. A 19th Century walnut pedestal desk having inset leather top and three drawers to front over three drawers on each pedestal, 74cm high, 123cm wide (see illustration) £150-200 40A. A set of four elm and beech wheel back kitchen chairs £40-60 41. An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood centre table with shaped top, 75cm £40-60

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56. An Asian red lacquer square stand painted with lilies and birds, 92cm high, 31cm across £30-50 57. An Edwardian green chinoiserie cased wall barometer 32cm £20-40

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58. A Chinese contemporary reverse glass panel with carved border, the panel decorated with Shou Lao and a young boy carrying a large peach, 139cm x 60cm £30-50

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59. A 19th Century pine blanket chest with painted panel to the front and drawer below, 119cm wide, 61cm high (see illustration) £100-200 60. An Indian Gujarati painted cupboard with carved and mirrored decoration, 140cm wide, 140cm high (see illustration) £200-300 61. Three Pataye shelves early 20th Century, from a house of the Ifugao people in the highlands of Luzon Island, The Philippines, carved with eagles’ heads and guardian spirits, one bearing collector’s label £300-400

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62. 19th Century Moroccan hardwood screen in the Liberty Moorish style with beaded pattern on two sledge feet, 120cm high, 90cm wide (see illustration) £100-200

50. A large oak campaign style box the hinge lid with brass mounts to corners, the sides with sunken brass carrying handles, 55cm high, 88cm wide (see illustration) £200-300

63. A Victorian Arts & Crafts hall cupboard with original painted panels, 150cm wide, 206cm high (see illustration) £200-300

51. A Regency heavy brass fender the front alternating with acanthus leaf and palmette designs on acanthus leaf supports, 110cm wide (see illustration)

64. A collection of twelve Victorian cast iron rectangular pieced grates possibly from a church/institution, 115cm x 34cm and one other similar grate £80-120

Provenance: Earls of Warwick £200-300 52. A small Ali Baba type garden pot 58cm high £20-40 53. A Kashan silk rug with central medallion and blue border with foliate motifs, 207cm x 130cm approx £60-80 54. A 19th Century carved painted and giltwood wall bracket of asymmetric Rococo form, 37cm across (see illustration) £200-300 55. An early 20th Century oak dropleaf dining table in the manner of Heals, the rectangular top with curved drop sections, on four column supports joined by single stretcher, all on bun feet, 76cm high, 200cm wide £100-200

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65. An iron wall mounted wine rack 89cm wide x 121cm high £40-60 66. An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid cylinder bureau on tapering supports, 77cm £80-120 67. A 19th Century oak window/hall seat with panel back, 140cm across £80-120 68. A set of four 19th Century mahogany and inlaid dining chairs with red brocade seats £70-100 69. A large Indian hardwood and iron studded antique coffee table 168cm x 108cm £100-200

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70. A painted single bedstead in the classical style, 104cm across £30-40

89. A Victorian ash wash stand with marble and tiled back, 104cm £30-50

71. An iron and brass set of balance scales £20-30

90. A Victorian oak barometer marked Hawes of Leadenhall Street, London, the column set with a thermometer, 101cm high £100-200

72. A Chinese style carved ebonised urn stand 76cm high and a Victorian coal purdonium with brass mounts (2) £40-60 73. A contemporary hardwood framed armchair with corduroy upholstery £50-100 74. A contemporary burnished steel framed standard chair a cane seated contemporary chair and a Victorian style side chair (3) £30-50 75. A pair of Victorian cast iron small garden urns and pedestals, 68cm high £100-200 76. A Victorian mahogany pot cupboard 43cm and an Edwardian mahogany umbrella stand (2) £60-80 77. A cast iron and marble top Victorian style occasional table 60cm diameter and one other table 30cm diameter (2) £30-50 78. A pair of Edwardian mahogany and inlaid armchairs with green upholstered seats and backs £80-120

91. A pair of Victorian rosewood balloon back dining chairs with upholstered seats £20-40

LOT 98 81. An Edwardian walnut reading table/canterbury 53cm £50-70 82. A turquoise glazed Ali Baba type garden pot with four ring lug handles, 68cm high £40-70 83. A set of four Edwardian mahogany and inlaid dining chairs £40-60 84. A set of eight Victorian style mahogany reproduction dining chairs comprising six standards and two carvers £150-250 85. A pair of Arts and Crafts wrought iron fire dogs with cresset tops and incised decoration, each with three locating hooks for fire bars, each 71cm high, 52cm deep (see illustration) £150-200 86. A Victorian mahogany extending dining table with two leaves, 104cm x 240cm £100-200

79. A Victorian oak trunk with brass plaque inscribed M William Waugh, 68cm £50-100

87. A 1970s G Plan coffee table 117cm long and a brass standard lamp £30-50

80. A Victorian brass and wire mesh nursery fire guard 91cm £40-70

88. An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid small sofa with striped upholstery, 130cm across £50-100

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92. A Victorian walnut and inlaid pier cabinet with gilt metal mounts, 75cm wide, 104cm high £40-60 93. A Victorian walnut shaped centre table with carved border on swept and carved scroll supports, 155cm x 102cm (see illustration) £100-200 94. An Edwardian rosewood and satinwood octagonal centre table with inlaid fan design on shaped supports, 87cm across £100-200 95. A set of four Victorian walnut shaped back dining chairs with green upholstered seat £80-120 96. A late Victorian oak bracket clock with ting tang movement by Winterhalder & Hoffmeir, the case with carved pillar supports and turned finials, 41cm high (see illustration) £150-200 97. A Hong Kong carved wood opium table 96cm across £20-40 98. A set of six Victorian upholstered mahogany dining chairs with shaped backs with retailer’s label Robert Weston of Liverpool (see illustration) £100-200


99. An 18th Century oak coffer with carved panel front, 132cm (see illustration) £80-120 100. A 19th Century six branch bronze chandelier with chain attachments, 65cm across £200-300

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101. An Edwardian brass three branch centre light with cut glass shades £40-60 102. A George III style stool with drop-in seats over carved cabriole legs and paw feet, 48cm high (see illustration) £50-70 103. A set of six Victorian walnut dining chairs with balloon backs and upholstered seats, on turned supports, each 92cm high (see illustration) £100-200

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104. A Heals oak nest of square tables circa 1930, each with square chamfered supports, the top table with Heals Tottenham Court Road ivorine label to underside, the largest 60cm high, 45.5cm wide (see illustration) £100-200 105. An early 20th Century poker work stool decorated with thistle and emblem to circular top, on three turned legs, 35cm high and a gilt and upholstered salon chair (2) £20-40

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106. A Heals oak refectory table circa 1925, with rectangular top having chamfered edges on block supports with sledge-runner feet joined by a single rectangular stretcher, 76cm high, 184cm wide (see illustration) £200-300 107. A Heals walnut standard lamp circa 1930, on hexagonal base, 155cm high £60-80 108. A large old wrought iron hanging sign with large bracket, marked Nathan’s 1790, sign 100cm x 94cm, bracket 123cm across (see illustration) £100-200

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109. A pair of reproduction Indian style cupboards each with iron doors, 61cm x 90cm (see illustration) £70-100 110. A Schoolbred mahogany night table with pierced sides and back and open front over cabriole shaped supports, James Schoolbred & Co, Tottenham House, Tottenham Court Road, London white label to underside, 72cm high, 46cm wide (see illustration) £50-70

LOT 110 111. A Victorian walnut and inlaid music cupboard 51cm wide £30-50 112. A 19th Century mahogany foldover tea table fitted one drawer on fluted supports, 91cm £60-80 113. A Regency steel pierced fender of bow form, 142cm £100-200 114. A Victorian smoker’s bow elbow chair and a Victorian nursing chair £30-50

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115. A 19th Century mahogany’ X’ frame stool in the manner of GIllows, with cane seat, the frame joined by a single turned stretcher, 45cm high, 55cm wide (see illustration) £100-200

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116. A pair of Gordon Russell oak armchairs circa 1920, each with horse-shoe back and curved splats, with drop-in leather seats, on chamfered square supports, each 76cm high, 51cm wide (see illustration) See: Christie’s South Kensington sale 2.11.2000 lot number 1144a for labelled example £200-300 117. A small mahogany corner cupboard with glazed door, 42cm wide, 50cm high and an inlaid square footstool with tapestry cover (2) £40-60

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118. A 19th Century mahogany work table with two drawers to the front and two drop leaves, on splayed support, 100cm across, 56cm deep (see illustration) £100-200 119. A Victorian mahogany framed armchair with button upholstery (see illustration) £80-120

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120. A Victorian mahogany pedestal desk the breakfront with three single drawers over six further small drawers, 75cm high, 122cm wide (see illustration) £100-200

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121. A Victorian walnut and inlaid davenport with lift-up pen compartment, 53cm wide (see illustration) £100-200 122. A pair of Cotswold style fire dogs circa 1910, of twisted form on rectangular bases, each 33cm high (see illustration) £60-80

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123. An Arts & Crafts copper fire screen showing a sun setting over the ocean, on shaped feet, 48cm high, 55cm wide (see illustration) £60-80 124. A 19th Century marble specimen table circular top on later associated base, the top 67cm diameter (see illustration) £300-500 125. Charles Vaughan of Pontypool A pine longcase clock with square brass dial and seconds dial, dial 25cm, case 192cm £600-800

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126. A Victorian pine chest of two short and three long drawers 105cm wide, 114cm high £40-60

138. An Aubusson style wall hanging with central oval cartouche with flower sprays, 283cm x 223cm £80-120

127. A Victorian mahogany side table fitted one drawer on turned legs, 78cm across £60-80

139. A Caucasian blue ground runner with six medallions and multiple border, 104cm x 427cm £100-200

128. A Cotswold school oak desk top bureau circa 1950, with two single drawers with shaped handles and cupboard section with tambour running door, 30cm high, 72cm wide £80-120

140. An Afghan small red ground rug with three medallions, 176cm x 76cm £20-40

129. A Cotswold School oak circular occasional table circa 1920, with four inward curved supports on quad base, 53cm high, 53cm diameter (see illustration) £60-80 130. A set of six Heals oak dining chairs circa 1920, having rail backs and drop-in rush seats on square supports, each 90cm high (see illustration) £200-300 131. Phillip Avenell of Farnham An oak longcase clock with brass and silvered dial with date aperture, 198cm high £200-300 132. A Chinese elm side table fitted two drawers, 73cm wide £60-80 133. A pair of Chinese nanwood Ming style armchairs each with rattan seats and inlaid splat backs £80-120 134. A Chinese elm coffee table with pierced and carved central panel with lions, pine trees and blossom with inset glass top, 125cm x 58cm £50-100 135. An Afghan red ground runner with four star shaped medallions within a foliate border, 299cm x 81cm £40-70 136. An Afghan red ground rug with central medallion and multiple border, 210cm x 140cm £50-70

141. A Persian part silk rug with central foliate design within a blue border, 274cm x 180cm £50-100 142. An Afghan red ground rug with two large central medallions, 208cm x 162cm £30-50 143. An Afghan polychrome rug with three central medallions within a wide blue border, 195cm x 123cm £40-70 144. A Turkoman red ground small carpet with allover stylised medallion, 286cm x 176cm £100-200 145. A Kashmiri silk rug of blue ground decorated with the Tree of Life, 190cm x 126cm £100-200 146. A Chinese green ground rug with foliate and floral designs, 160cm x 94cm £30-50 147. A part silk Persian rug with stylised foliate designs, 152cm x 92cm £30-50 148. A Iranian red ground rug with blue central shape medallion and multiple border, 110cm x 206cm £40-60 149. An Afghan red and blue ground rug with stylised medallions, 204cm x 127cm

137. An English 19th Century style wool rug/wall hanging with flower sprays on a green ground, 280cm x 234cm £60-80

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Paintings, Maps & Books

158. Late 19th Century English School Half length portrait of an old lady, signed Livery, oils on canvas, 77cm x 61cm (see illustration) £50-100

150. 19th Century English School Portrait of Theodore Austin, son of John and Ellen Austin, oils on board, 50cm x 38cm (see illustration) £100-200 151. 19th Century English School A portrait of Ellen Austin, inscribed verso to stretcher ‘A portrait of Mrs John Austin painted about 1828’, oils on canvas, 75cm x 62cm (see illustration) £200-300

159. Charles Ancelin (20th Century) In the woods, lithograph, signed in the print, 32cm x 50cm £40-60

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152. 19th Century English School A portrait of John Austin, oils on canvas, 75cm x 61cm (see illustration) £100-200

160. Ann Brunskill (b. 1942) Mother and child under moonlight, monogrammed AB in the print, inscribed ‘To Daniel with love’ and dated 1983, 50cm x 40cm £40-60 161. Henry Chaplin (British, 19th Century) Still life of red grapes and pears, signed, oils on board, 22cm x 35cm (see illustration) £80-120

153. George Weatherill (British, 1810-1890) Runswick Bay, Yorkshire, inscribed Runswick by Geo. Weatherill, watercolour, 12cm x 17cm (see illustration) £80-120 154. John Wynne Williams (19th/20th Century) Cattle on a bridge over a river, signed, watercolour heightened with white, 17cm x 24cm £80-120

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162. C V Parker (20th Century) Bishops Bridge, Norwich, signed, titled verso, 33cm x 47cm £30-50

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163. L Andre (French, 19th Century) A pair of coastal scenes showing shipping and fishing, each signed, oils on canvas, each 44cm x 54cm £80-120

155. John Wynne Williams (19th/20th Century) View of the Moors, signed, watercolour, 22cm x 35cm £80-120 156. Thomas Dudley (British, 1857-1935) Southland Moors, signed and titled, 15cm x 23cm £80-120 157. 18th/19th Century English School In the style of Reynolds showing a young woman with long curly brown hair in white and pink silk dress, pastels, 75cm x 63cm (see illustration) £300-400

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164. Herbert Thomas Dicksee (1862-1942) Flight into Egypt with lions after S.H. Vedder, etching, pencil signed by Dicksee and Vedder, published 1900 by Arthur Lucas (see illustration) £70-100 165. William Russell Flint (British, 1880-1969) The Trio and a riverside view, each signed in pencil (lower right), lithographs 43cm x 58cm and 49cm x 67cm (2) £60-100

175. After Philip Wouwermans Three engravings, L’embrasement du Moulin, Petite chasse a l’oyseau, L’abreuvoir des chasseurs, engraved by Jean Moyreau, each 38cm x 49cm £50-70

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176. Follower of Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) Vast landscape view, 19th Century, watercolour heightened with white, 15cm x 20cm £20-40

166. Henry Harris Lines (British, 1800-1889) Sutton Coldfield, signed and titled, pencil sketch, the Lower Nupend Gallery Limited label verso, 27cm x 36cm £30-50

177. Peter Rice (British, 1928) Two small watercolours, one of a gentleman in purple robe, the other of a woman in elaborate turquoise dress, each inscribed, signed and dated 1968, together with a further watercolour possibly by Rice £40-60

167. Cheu Yeu Seng (Singapore, 20th Century) Shoulder length portrait of a young lady with short brown hair, signed and dated 1969, watercolour and pastel, 45cm x 31cm £30-50

178. Jacques Hervens (Belgium, 1890-1928) Still life of a glass bowl of pink and red flowers, signed, oils on canvas, 68cm x 93cm (see illustration) £80-120

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168. Hasegawa Sadonobu (1846-1886) Samurai on horseback, signed and inscribed, oban woodblock, 40cm x 26cm £30-50

179. After Edwin Landseer Watercolour of a dog by the porch, 10cm x 14cm, together with a map of Gloucestershire engraved by John Cary 1801, 61cm x 51cm and a pair of pen and ink drawings by Molly Kirby, each 19cm x 30cm and one further coloured print (5) £50-100

169. A 20th Century Tibetan Thangka painting showing The Wheel of Life, gouache and highlighted gold, 46cm x 36cm £30-50

180. Mark Chagall (1887-1985) Meeting of Ruth and Boaz, drawings from the bible, 1961, lithograph, 35cm x 26cm (see illustration) £200-300

170. A Players cigarette advertising print showing two young men on a summer’s day, framed and glazed, 37cm x 50cm £30-40 171. Early 20th Century Map of Liverpool Docks circa 1910, possibly showing water points for the fire brigade, printed in colour onto card, 37 x 239cm (over 2 pieces of card) £40-60

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182. Michael McCarthy (b.1940) Shonlhaven pastures, signed, titled and dated 1977 verso, oils on board, 14cm x 24cm (see illustration) £70-90

172. Robert Morden Map of the East Riding of Yorkshire, hand coloured double page engraving, 35cm x 41cm £20-40 173. A collection of 19th and 20th Century watercolours and oil sketches to include mainly landscapes, one small pencil sketch inscribed Archibald Thornburn page from a sketch book bought Sotheby & Co May 1970 £30-50 174. A collection of mainly 20th Century pictures and sketches to include two small pencil studies in the style of Stanley Spencer, a pen and ink drawing by Afsar Siddiqui, a pastel by Roy Ostle, three modern portrait studies signed Lyndsey and others £50-100

181. Attributed to Edward Duncan (1803-1882) A sketch of two horses, pencils, with Philip Davies label verso, 7cm x 9cm (see illustration) £50-80

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183. English School (early 20th century) Coastal landscape with grazing Cattle, watercolour, signed and dated W. H. Ward, 1911, 26 by 18 cm, together with, a river landscape, signed and dated M. D. Ansell, 1914, 29 by 15 cm. 2 £20-40 184. Vladimir Grigoryevich Tretchikoff (1913-2006) A Chinese girl, signed in the print, print on canvas, 62cm x 49cm £30-40

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185. After William Blake (1757-1827) The Progress of Poesy, watercolour, 40cm x 30cm £40-60

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186. Ken Hammond (British, b.1948) Three harbour scenes, oils on board, each signed, 72 by 54 cm, 54 by 35 cm, and 40 by 15 cm. 3 £100-150

197. A large collection of pictures and prints Including, portraits, rural landscapes, military uniforms and others similar. Approx 25 £50-100

187. English School A collection of oils on canvas, including a view of Warwick Castle, 34 by 24 cm, a village scene, signed E J Wilson, 19 by 15 cm, characterised portrait of a man playing the fiddle, 34 by 26 cm, together with two others, similar. 5 £40-80

198. A Ogden (20th Century) Two chickens in a barn, signed, oils on board, 16cm x 22cm £40-60

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188. A coloured etching Rothbury street scene, pencil signature, 51 by 43cm £20-40

LOT 193 189. After T. W. Bowler Four South African coastal scenes including Cape of Good Hope, reproduction prints, each 36 by 26 cm. 4 £20-30 190. Bompard (19th/20th Century) A Mediterranean road overlooking the sea and a further island, signed, watercolour, 12cm x 9cm £100-150

193. After Henry Alken A hunting scene titled “The Death”, antiquated by T. Sutherland, etched by H. Alken, 1924, Aquatint, 65 by 20cm (see illustration) £30-50

200. After Adriaen Van Ostade (1610-1685) Engraved by Wilhelm Unger, a gathering outside farm buildings, etching, 18cm x 15cm and after Jan Breugel engrave by Aegidius Sadeler, coastal scene with windmill, 20cm x 30cm (2) £20-40 201. Early 19th Century School A book of watercolours and pencil sketches showing English and tropical birds, continental figures and landscapes, some with initials and dates, in leather bound album, 30cm x 24cm (see illustration) £100-200

191. Zanzibar town scenes, including views of the residence of the commissioner of police, William H Murphy, four water colours, each signed, Bucket, largest 46 by 30cm, and an oil on board, signed, 40 by 29cm. 5 £30-60 192. Map A John Speed map of Hungary, “The Map of Hungari newly augmented by John Speed”, with text to verso, dated 1626, hand coloured, with eight costume and four city prospects depicted to the sides, 54 by 42cm, double framed and glazed (see illustration) £200-300

199. Attributed to Albert Goodwin (British, 1845-1932) An English river scene, monogrammed and dated 1894, watercolour, 22cm x 36cm (see illustration) £80-120

202. David Gentleman (b.1930) Ruins in the midst, signed and numbered in pencil 90/100, lithograph, 41cm x 51cm (see illustration) £20-40

LOT 195 203. John Tennent (British, b.1956) In the white garden, titled, signed and dated 1978, numbered 44/100, coloured print, 45cm x 32cm £20-40 204. Robert R Greenhalf (British, 1950) The Fold, signed and titled in pencil, numbered 67/75, coloured etching, 46cm x 28cm £20-40

LOT 199

194. Doris Zinkeisen (1898-1991) Stage set with dancers, signed in pencil, Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp, coloured prints, 51cm x 61cm £50-70

205. A collection of contemporary limited edition prints and originals to include works by Michael Carlo, Harry Tucker, Gilbert Browne and others (6) £30-50

195. Late 19th Century School circa 1885, study of classical head in marble, monogrammed SC bottom left and ESK blind stamp bottom right, 38cm x 31cm (see illustration) £50-70 196. Game hunting scenes A series of four engraving’s, including, wild duck, grouse, partridge, and pheasant shooting, each engraved by T. Sutherland, 76 by 32 cm. (4) £30-60

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206. Stevengraphs ‘The Final Spurt’, and ‘Are you Ready’, showing the start and finish of The Oxford and Cambridge boat race, together with, ‘The Last Lap’, depicting a penny-farthing race, each woven in silk by Thomas Stevens, inventor and manufacturer, Coventry and London, (registered), original printed mounts with relating advertisements to verso, 15cm x 5cm (3) (see illustration) £400-500

218. 19th Century English School Naive shipwreck scene, with label stating painted by Thomas Orange Wigington, watercolour, 39cm x 28cm £200-300

207. F Pearce Coastal view, gouache, 47cm x 22cm, a contemporary oil study of flowers indistinctly signed, a Bartolozzi type tondo print and one other continental watercolour £30-40

221. Book A. Croxton Smith, The Power of The Dog, illustrated by Maud Earl, published London 1911, limited edition of 100 numbered 41, signed by illustrator, full brown Morocco gilt, folio £40-60

208. A collection of five Indian miniatures including hunting scene with Persian inscription, 20th Century £80-120

222. Books G. Ebers, Picturesque Egypt, translated from the German by Clara Bell, 2 volumes, published by Cassell & Co,1884, brown cloth with gilt and black decoration, folio (2) £30-50

209. George Scarth French (British, act. 1894-1910) A view of Whitby harbour, signed, watercolour heightened with white, 15cm x 31cm and another view by the artist of a Yorkshire landscape, signed, 15cm x 39cm (2) (see illustration) £40-60

219. A collection of four Georgian Vellum Indentures £20-30 220. A woolwork tapestry of two children in a nursery 69cm x 54cm £60-80

223. Book T. F. Dale, The History Of The Belvoir Hunt, Archibald Constable & Co, 1899, number 12 of 75 limited editions £40-60

210. After T Miller A set of five botanical coloured engravings, 33cm x 22cm (see illustration) £50-100

LOT 209

211. After Cosway A set of ten prints of poetry by Mrs Robinson, approximately 35cm x 28cm £50-100 212. Graham Clarke (British, b.1941) Rural Scene No 3, signed and titled, artist’s proof, etching, 12 x 9cm £20-30

LOT 215

213. M Richmand Seivell Still life of flowers, signed, oils on canvas, 72cm x 50cm, together with a moonlit oil on canvas landscape (2) £40-60

LOT 210

214. A 19th Century needlework sampler by Mary Ann Trewella 1825, 42cm x 33cm (see illustration) £80-120 215. 19th/20th Century School A portrait in profile of Charlemagane, oils on canvas, 88cm x 62cm (see illustration) £100-200

LOT 216

216. Geoffrey Allan Rock (1923-2000) Dutch style flower piece, signed, oils on canvas, 26cm x 37cm (see illustration) £200-300

LOT 214

217. After Ludovico Carracci (1555-1619) 18th Century, half length portrait of a nun playing an instrument, oils on board, bears old label and wax seal, 26cm x 23cm (see illustration) £300-500

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Silver, Ceramics, Glass, Jewellery, Collectors’ items and Works of Art

245. Vintage photography equipment and cameras Including an “All Distance” Ensign camera, wooden negative film frames, Kodak film tank, Ensign enlarger, and other related items £20-40

237. A Gent’s stainless steel automatic wrist watch by Emperor, together with a gent’s Mappin & Webb 925 silver wrist watch, a Carlton ware cruet set in the form of mushrooms and a mahogany box £40-60

246. Campaign Medals A collection of ten Medals, two groups consisting of, a 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, and the Victory Medal, together with a group consisting of, The 1939-1945 Star, The Italy Star, The 1939-45 Defence Medal, and War Medal 1939-1945, plus a 56th London Infantry Division textile badge (11) (see illustration) £100-150

LOT 242

238. A three piece silver tea set of baluster form with shaped handles and half fluted bodies, London 1886, in original presentation box, 694 grams £150-200

247. Campaign Medals A Boer and Great War Group of eight Medals to Lieutenant Colonel William H Murphy, DSO, KPM, TD, Leinster Regiment, London Irish Regiment and Commandant Zanzibar Police, consisting of Distinguished Service Order, Kings Police medal, Kings South Africa medal with two clasps (South Africa 1901 & 1902), Queens South Africa medal with six clasps (Laings Nek, Relief of Ladysmith, Tugela Heights, Wittebergen, Transvaal, Cape Colony), Star Medal 1914-15, British War medal, Victory medal, and Territorial Decoration medal, presented in a modern glazed display case with a black and white photograph of the recipient, together with a portrait of William H Murphy in Regimental uniform, signed and dated 1945, watercolour (see illustration)

239. A small quantity of miscellaneous comprising various spoons, a pair of modern Chinese salad servers etc £30-50 240. An Indian white metal three piece condiment set of spherical form on cabriole supports with relief acanthus decoration £30-50 241. Campaign Medals Three WWII medals to include, 1939-45 War Medal, 1939-1945 Star, and Air Crew Europe Star, together with a Great War trio of miniature dress medals, with 1914-15 Star, British War and Victory Medals (6) £50-100

LOT 243

242. A 19th Century French/Italian painted fan with pierced ivory guards, one side with classical scene, the reverse with lady holding flowers with attendant cupids, in a Chinese fan box (see illustration) £200-300 243. A Bohemian gilt overlaid glass lustre with cobalt blue glass raised panels, circa 1880, 31cm high (see illustration) £200-300 244. A 19th Century marine ivory shepherd’s crook and a stained ivory and malacca cane (2) (see illustration) £80-120

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London Gazette, 18.7.18, “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Whilst in command of the battalion, he reconnoitered the whole of the position and was continually in the front line, where his unfailing cheerfulness was an inspiration to all ranks. On the occasion of an attack, he successfully led his battalion in support at very short notice and in darkness. Later, he directed the withdrawal with remarkable skill, and on another occasion, when the outpost line held by his battalion, was attacked in large force by the enemy, and eventually pressed back, he re-established the line of posts and organised them into a defensive position, maintaining them until relieved. He displayed magnificent courage, leadership and ability.” £2000-3000

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248. A George V Army Officer’s dress sword by Henry Wilkinson, Pall Mall, London, with leather and steel scabbard £100-150

260. A Bryans Elevenses one penny slot machine game in oak case with glazed door and metal mounts, 63cm high, 44cm wide (see illustration) £200-300

249. Military prints After R. Simkin, The Kings Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, print, 29cm x 23cm, together with two regimental uniform prints, a water colour of Sandhurst, signed and dated and The Kings Own Royal Border Regiment plaque (5) £20-40

261. Barry Huggett (British, 20th Century) Jug and pitcher, each impressed potter’s seal 19cm and 34cm high respectively (2) £30-70

250. A Hardy ‘Saint George’ alloy trout fly reel with agate line guard, 7.5cm diameter (see illustration) £100-150

LOT 250

263. Mike Dodd (British, b.1943) Pot and cover, tenmoku, impressed potter’s seal, 13cm diameter £30-60

251. An Allcocks “Viking” match fishing reel in original maker’s box, together with A Hardy Bros Ltd ‘The perfect’ fly reel, and other unmarked wood and brass reel with bone handles, Including leather pouch (3) £40-80 252. Vintage split cane and other fishing rods together with a Hardy fishing net and bamboo handled gaff (11) £20-40

264. Clive Bowen (British, b.1943) Bowl, painted slip decoration, 20cm diameter £40-80

LOT 256

267. Phil Rogers (British, b.1951) Jug, stamped motifs, impressed potter’s seal, 26cm high (see illustration) £60-100

254. Sir William Reid-Dick (1879-1962) A plaster maquette of a baby’s head, 16cm high £50-70

268. Duncan Ross (British, b.1943) Bowl, chevron motif, painted potter’s monogram, 16.5cm diameter £40-70

255. After Dora Gordine A bronze plaster female figure inscribed ‘ Crowning Glory after Dora Gordine’ commissioned by the hair stylists Eugene Ltd, 45cm high, 24cm wide £40-60

LOT 260

269. David Leach (British, 1887-1979) Bowl, with stylised pattern, impressed potter’s seal, 24cm diameter, a Jeremy Leach celadon crackleware bowl, impressed potter’s seal, 22cm diameter and a Leach Pottery storage jar and cover with treacle glaze, 18cm high (3) £50-100 270. Hugh West (British, b.1950) Five vases, raku, with turquoise glaze, impressed potter’s seal, the tallest 32.5cm high (5) £100-200

257. An Eastern bronze pot and cover of globular form on triform base, 13cm across £40-60 258. A Chinese porcelain figure of a seated man 20th Century and a small Republic style Chinese bottle vase wyith red seal mark, 11cm high (2) £60-80 259. A deactivated 12 Bore double barrel Shotgun marked Dobson & Rosson, circa 1850-1900s, together with a contemporary cleaning rod £40-80

265. Bruce Chivers (Australian, b.1954) Crackleware teapot, with cane handle, impressed potter’s seal, 21cm across £20-50 266. Jack Doherty (British, b.1948) Bowl, incised and impressed motifs, impressed potter’s marks, 12.5cm high, 18.5cm diameter. £40-70

253. Fishing tackle to include a wicker creel, leather tackle box containing tins, floats, shot, line, weights and flies £10-30

256. Two Moroccan polychrome ceramic butter pots or jobbana late 19th/early 20th Century, each 28cm high (see illustration) £80-120

262. A Henry Hammond lidded dish in celadon glaze, impressed potter’s seal, 18.5cm diameter, a John Jelf pot and cover with impressed marks, impressed potter’s seal, 10cm diameter, and another John Jelf pot and cover in tenmoku glaze, impressed potter’s seal, 13cm high (3) £40-70

271. Claire Wren (British, Contemporary) Cathedral Series I, Cathedral Series II, Cathedral Series III, Cathedral Series IV, mixed media, labels (attached to first three), approximately 27cm x 36.5cm each (4) £60-80

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272. A Kenneth Quick condiment bottle and small dish, each impressed potter’s seal, the bottle 10cm high, a Sidney Tustin preserve pot and cover, impressed potter’s seal, 9cm high, a Lowerdown Pottery crackled celadon vase, 11cm high, a Lowerdown pottery cut-sided bowl, 11.5cm diameter, a Lowerdown pottery bud vase, 7cm high, a lidded pot and cover, impressed potter’s seal, a tenmoku vase, 13cm high and two further vases, with ‘A’ potter’s seals (10) £80-120

278. A Takeshi Yasuda early vase, in tenmoku glaze, impressed potter’s seal, 11cm high, a baluster in celadon glaze, possibly early John Ward, impressed potter’s seal, 26cm high, and a David Lloyd Jones tenmoku vase, 26.5cm high (3) £40-70

273. A Leach Pottery bud vase, attributed to Bernard Leach, with pottery seal, 8cm high, a bud vase attributed to Janet Leach, 8cm high, another bud vase, impressed potter’s seal, 8.5cm high, three yunomi tea bowls, impressed potter’s seals and two yunomi tea bowls attributed to Bryan Newman (8) £80-120 274. Paul Barron (British, 1917-1983) Vase, with painted motif, impressed potter’s seal, 25cm high, a stoneware flagon with dripped glaze, impressed seals, 27.5cm high, a Malcolm Pepper charger, with painted foliate design, impressed potter’s seal, 34cm diameter, a stoneware bowl, with painted foliate motif, 21.5cm diameter (4) £60-100 275. Japanese School Mashiko vase, with incised decoration, 21.3cm high, another vase, impressed seals, two tea bowls, one in the Hamada style, with tenmoku motif, a celadon bowl with impressed seal, and a jar and cover, with flower motifs, impressed seal (6) £50-100

279. Leach Pottery Tenmoku vase, possibly Ian Box, impressed pottery seal, 12.5cm high, Jug with painted grass motif, impressed pottery seal, 18cm high, a facetted ash glazed vase, stamped ‘H’ potter’s seal and pottery seal, 13cm high, a Trevor Corser Leach Pottery vase, impressed potter’s and pottery seals, 18cm high, a Trevor Corser bowl, impressed potter’s seal, 14cm diameter, a bottle shaped vase with facetted sides, impressed ‘H’ potter’s and pottery seals, 20cm high, a Leach Pottery brush pot, potter’s seal and pottery seals, 9cm high (7) £100-200 280. An Aynsley bone china tea set comprising milk jug and four cups and saucers with polychrome bird and flower branch decoration, printed manufacturer’s mark, the milk jug 8.5cm high £10-30 281. Mike Dodd (British, b.1943) Vase, tenmoku decoration, 27cm high (see illustration) £50-100 282. A 20th Century blue and white Meissen plate 1985, showing a bird of prey in winter, inscribed and marks to reverse, 25cm diameter £20-30

276. Mike Dodd (British, b.1943) Vase, tenmoku and of baluster form, Impressed potter’s seal, 23cm high (see illustration) £50-100 277. Amanda Brier (British, b.1978) Tenmoku vase with wave decoration and a celadon vase, each impressed potter’s seal, 18cm and 12cm high respectively, a Stephen Sell celadon bowl, 12cm diameter and three tenmoku vases (6) £40-70

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LOT 288 283. A painted model of a clown’s head circa 1960s possibly retained by Heals, 44cm high £20-40 284. A pair of Royal Dux porcelain figures two pairs of Noritake figures and four Hummel figures £100-200 285. A collection of glassware to include etched champagne, tumblers, decanters and a claret jug £40-60 286. A Belgian cotton William Morris style tapestry panel 96cm x 50cm £20-40 287. A brass painted column table lamp and one other table lamp £10-20 288. A Dieppe ivory group of two well dressed figures promenading circa 1880, the lady with a feather head-dress, lace collar and holding a fan and companion male figure, each on an ebonised stand, 21.75cm high (see illustration) £500-700 289. A pair of North European, probably Dieppe ivory, carved figures in ragged dress the gentleman playing a violin and companion lady, 8.5cm and 9cm high, on ebonised plinths (see illustration) £100-200


290. A European carved ivory model of George and the dragon circa 1900, 7.5cm on a rosewood plinth (see illustration) £100-200

301. A collection of miscellaneous silver teaspoons including mostly fiddle pattern examples, monogrammed, together with various other jam spoons, butter knives etc 406 grams in all £80-120

291. A European miniature ivory group of two figures with a dog circa 1880, 5.75cm high (see illustration) £80-120 292. A carved ivory parasol handle in the form of an eagle and nest circa 1900, mounted, 10cm high (see illustration) £60-80

302. A set of six Scottish silver table spoons in the shell pattern, Edinburgh 1814, 383 grams £100-150

LOT 290

293. A miniature European carved ivory model of a figure holding two birds ,a miniature ivory cherub with trumpet and one other ivory carved model of a carpenter, largest 7cm (see illustration) £80-120

304. A set of four fiddle pattern silver dessert spoons (monogrammed) together with a silver cigarette box with engine turned decoration, a pair of silver pepper pots of baluster form with turned finials, a Georgian style silver mustard pot and spoon with blue glass liner and pierced decoration, London 1900, two silver napkin rings and a small collection of silver plated flatware £100-150

294. Two Victorian Chinese style square jardinieres one with stand, two pottery pug dogs, a terracotta basket and four other pieces £40-60

LOT 291 295. A large Cypriot polychrome charger a few pieces of Denby pottery and a few pieces of T G Green polka dot pottery £30-50

307. A set of six rat tail pattern silver dessert spoons Sheffield 1943, 362 grams £80-120

LOT 292

298. A carved oak figure signed to the base L Coussaint, 50cm high, a carved wood model horse pulling a log, 74cm long and an Indian carved wood shiva, 30cm high (see illustration) £50-80 299. A collection of Victorian pink tea wares including a teapot, a sugar basin, a jug, a bowl, cups, saucers and cake plates, with presentation inscription to Mr & Mrs Wardhay as a mark of respect by the Longton Rifle Volunteers Amateur Dramatics Society, September 1863 £60-80

305. A pair of Georgian silver salts of oval form with pierced decoration, beaded borders, cabriole supports and blue glass liners, London 1791, £80-100 306. A set of six fiddle pattern silver dessert forks Exeter 1853, 298 grams £80-120

296. An Indian alabaster and inlaid circular panel a pair of bronze metal Victorian spill vases, a silver plated 1933-34 model athlete and few other pieces £40-60 297. A collection of glassware to include a facet cut ale glass, a cut decanter, a Mdina glass paperweight and other pieces (10) £40-60

303. A set of six fiddle pattern silver dinner forks London 1827, 414 grams £100-150

LOT 293

300. An Old English pattern silver tablespoon (monogrammed) London 1794, maker’s mark of Peter & Ann Bateman, together with a further Old English pattern silver tablespoon, London 1789 (monogrammed), 117 grams the two £60-80

308. A pair of fiddle pattern silver sauce ladles (monogrammed) London 1830, 134 grams, together with a pair of silver spoons with shell shaped bowls, Sheffield 1819, 123 grams, and with two pairs of Georgian silver sugar tongs (one with bright cut decoration) £100-150 309. A small collection of miscellaneous including a cased set of twelve silver plated and bone handled fruit knives and forks, with silver collars, in original oak presentation box, together with a cased pair of silver plated fish servers, a cased set of silver tea spoons commemorating the Assay marks used in England and Scotland and a cased set of replica Coronation spoons used by the Arch Bishop of Canterbury to anoint British monarchs £80-120

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310. Four pieces of continental white metal miniature furniture including a table and two chairs and a chaise, all on cabriole supports and embossed cherub and acanthus decoration (see illustration) £60-80 311. A silver model of the Coronation chair with relief and pierced decoration, London 1902, together with a Continental 930 white metal model of a shoe with embossed decoration (bears import marks), a miniature book mark with mother of pearl handle in the form of a trowel and a silver plated model of a bird on a branch (see illustration) £60-80 312. A small silver box of plain circular form, together with a further small silver box of circular form with embossed decoration, two silver thimbles and a small silver plated box with hardstone mounted lid £80-100

319. An 1804 Bank of England dollar struck on 1807 8 reales VF (see illustration) £100-150 320. A small collection of miscellaneous coinage £10-20

LOT 310

322. A silver muffin dish of circular form with shaped handle and fluted border, Sheffield 1916, 700 grams £100-150

LOT 311

313. A Georgian silver vinaigrette with geometric decoration and gilt interior, maker’s mark of John Shaw, Birmingham 1786, together with a further silver vinaigrette of shaped form with engraved decoration and gilt interior, Birmingham 1893 (see illustration) £100-150 314. A Georgian silver vinaigrette of plain oval form with gilt interior, Birmingham 1773, maker’s mark of Thomas Willmore, together with a further Georgian silver vinaigrette of plain oval form with gilt interior, Birmingham 1898, maker’s mark of Joseph Taylor and a small silver box of rectangular form with turquoise stylised setting, stamped sterling (see illustration) £100-150 315. A silver stamp case in the form of an envelope, together with a silver vesta case holder with engine turned decoration and two silver vesta cases, one with engraved decoration, the other with hammered decoration £60-80 316. A silver trinket box of circular form with rising lid and cabriole supports, together with a further silver trinket box of circular form with geometric engine turned decoration, Birmingham 1918, together with a silver ring box of ‘D’ end form with embossed acanthus decoration, Birmingham 1903 £80-120

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323. A small collection of miscellaneous costume jewellery including an Art Deco style marcasite brooch, a white metal brooch of circular form, a ring with turquoise setting etc £40-60 324. A small collection of silver and other wares including a pair of silver squab candlesticks, a cased set of eight apostle spoons, a silver trinket box of oval form, a silver salt and pepper pot, a silver plated wine pourer, an Indian white metal coffee pot and milk jug etc £120-150

LOT 313

325. A leather travelling case of plain form (monogrammed) fitted with a collection of silver topped bottles, jars and brushes etc, London 1924, razor box not silver and scissors missing £150-200 326. A ship’s decanter of plain form, with silver collar, London 1995, together with a further etched glass decanter with 835 white metal collar and floral decoration £60-80

LOT 314

327. A collection of miscellaneous First Day covers mostly from the late 1960s and early 1970s, various loose stamps, a collection of Commemorative crowns including Silver Jubilee crowns, Royal Wedding crowns etc £40-60 328. A Dutch ten gilder gold coin dated 1912 (see illustration) £120-150

LOT 319 329. A silver cigarette case with engine turned decoration, together with two fiddle pattern silver serving spoons (crested) and a silver teaspoon, 318 grams £50-70

317. A miscellaneous collection of Victorian and later LSD bronze and silver coinage including threepences, shillings, some pre 1947, and a small amount of pre decimal coinage £50-60 318. An 1893 gold sovereign mounted as a brooch (milling sound), together with two Victorian silver crowns 1889 and 1897, a double florin 1887 and nine other coins £150-200

321. A collection of miscellaneous coinage including Mexican Pillar dollars (8 reales) 1741 and 1742, ex wreck (fair), 1889 crown (fine), a 1953 crown and others £100-150

LOT 328

330. A small collection of miscellaneous including World War 1 War medal and Victory medal awarded to 398064 Private H H A Pomjoy ASC, together with two micro mosaic brooches, a silver wrist watch, a signet ring etc £60-80


331. An 18ct gold bracelet with pierced hunting scene decoration, 22 grams (see illustration) £300-400 332. A 9ct gold brooch of stylised tree form, 4.6 grams £50-80

LOT 331

345. A pair of iron candlesticks in the the Arts & Crafts style with geometric decoration, 12cm high (see illustration) £40-60

333. A painted canister of cylindrical form with tortoiseshell interior and painted exterior showing scenes with characters on horseback £80-100 334. A Victorian jet pendant with painted panel showing a girl with her pet rabbit, together with a pair of silver sugar tongs with hammered decoration £60-80

346. An 18ct gold ring with five stone decoration, an 18ct gold ring with five stone decoration and three further miscellaneous rings £150-200

LOT 335

335. Two brass carriage clocks with square cut cases and swing handles by De La Grense of Oxford (see illustration) £60-80

LOT 337

338. A set of twelve Royal Horticultural Society flower spoons showing common British flowers including roses, daffodils, irises, crysanthemum etc, with related ephemera and in original presentation box, each spoon silver 25 grams £60-80 339. A boxed 925 silver miniature collection of 100 Greatest Cars by John Pinches Ltd in original presentation box and with related ephemera, each ingot 1.6 grams £40-60

349. A pair of Georgian style silver candlesticks with knop stems, shaped hexagonal bases with relief decoration, 14cm high, Birmingham 1959, 419 grams the two (see illustration) £50-80

LOT 341

340. A small collection of miscellaneous silver and plated wares including two trinket boxes, a candlestick, a crumb scoop, a basket, a German spoon in the Art Nouveau manner etc £50-70 341. A Georg Jensen silver dolphin brooch of stylised form stamped Georg Jensen sterling Denmark number 251, 11.5 grams (see illustration) £250-300

347. A silver pocket watch with enamel dial and engine turned decoration, the Acme lever by H Samuel of Manchester together with a further continental 935 white metal pocket watch in Omega case £60-80 348. A George III silver coffee pot of tapering cylindrical form with shaped spout, pedestal foot and rising lid, with pineapple finial and shaped wood handle, with embossed floral and acanthus decoration, London 1747, 760 grams (see illustration) £200-300

336. A Regency rosewood sarcophagus shaped tea caddy of tapering form with fitted interior, together with a further 19th Century mahogany tea caddy with ring handles £80-120 337. A collection of four German World War II medals including an Iron Cross (see illustration) £150-200

344. A Georgian papier mache snuff box of rectangular form with the lid showing a scene of a monkey tempting a dog “Don’t you wish you may get it” (see illustration) £80-120

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342. A 18ct gold and platinum ring with two diamond crossover setting, together with a gold plated bangle with engraved floral decoration £50-70 343. A 9ct gold Helvetia ladies wrist watch 14.7 grams in all £120-150

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LOT 351 LOT 359 358. A ladies 9ct gold Omega wrist watch with integral strap and original Omega case marked 7115514 (see illustration) £200-300

LOT 350 350. A pair of Georgian Irish silver candlesticks on square cut platform bases with knop stems and relief decoration, marks indistinguishable, 25cm high, 1272 grams the pair (see illustration) £500-800

LOT 354

360. A 9ct gold guard chain of close link rope-twist form, 145cm fitted with a 9ct gold heart shaped locked, 42 grams £200-300

351. A platinum ladies ring set with a Princess cut diamond, 1.03 carats with certificate from The European Gemological Laboratory (see illustration) £1800-2000

361. An 18ct gold ring fitted with an oval emerald surrounded by diamonds (see illustration) £150-200

352. An 18ct gold ring with graduated five stone diamond setting £100-150

362. A silver propelling pencil with engine turned decoration, together with a gold plated cigarette lighter by Ronson, two cased silver napkin rings and a cased set of whist marking pencils marked sterling silver £50-70

353. A 9ct gold wedding band of stylised form together with a 9ct gold signet ring (monogrammed), 8.3 grams £50-80 354. An Irish silver teapot of hexagonal baluster form with shaped spout, loop handle and bird of prey finial, with engraved acanthus and crest decoration, Dublin 1839, 809 grams (see illustration) £200-300 355. A Breitling Chronomat automatic gentleman’s wrist watch with blue enamel dial, date aperture and supplementary dials, in stainless steel case with bi metal strap stamped Breitling 1884 modelled in Switzerland (see illustration) £800-1200

359. A 9ct gold charm bracelet of chain link form with 9ct gold padlock clasp and further set with a selection of mostly 9ct gold charms, 46 grams in all (see illustration) £200-300

363. A Victorian brooch of oval form set with central hardstone surrounded by pearls £60-80

LOT 355

364. A small quantity of miscellaneous jewellery including a Victorian 9ct gold bar brooch with amethyst setting, a Victorian bangle, a ladies 9ct gold wrist watch, various silver jewellery etc £50-60 365. A 9ct gold bangle of plain form, 8 grams, together with a ladies 9ct gold wrist watch and a gold plated pocket watch £50-80

356. A pair of silver plated presentation spoons with gilt bowls and stylised relief decoration in original oak presentation box, together with a further similar spoon and a cased set of six silver teaspoons commemorating Sir Winston Churchill to the finial, with gilt bowls, Sheffield 1944 £60-80 357. A silver heart-shaped trinket box with rising lid and inlaid hardstone decoration in the form of clover and a harp, with crimped border, Birmingham 1902 £60-80

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366. An 18ct gold ring with three stone diamond decoration and a further 18ct gold ring with diamond cluster setting £200-300 367. An 18ct gold ring with five stone graduated diamond setting, together with a further ring with three stone diamond setting £200-300 368. Two 22ct gold wedding bands 5 grams the two, a 9ct gold wedding band 2.7 grams and two eternity rings £150-200 369. A small collection of silverwares including a set of six teaspoons with stylised decoration, a Georgian style mustard pot with blue glass liner, a small open silver bowl, a silver cigarette box, silver backed brushes etc £60-80 370. A collection of miscellaneous plated wares including a set of six mother of pearl handled fruit knives and forks, a hot water jug, napkin rings, a tray, a small collection of commemorative crowns etc £30-50 371. A Chinese leather box of cylindrical form with character decoration containing a small quantity of various hardstone eggs including malachite and other examples £30-50 372. A Victorian glass decanter of bulbous form with etched starburst decoration mounted with silver neck, collar, handle and lid with embossed floral decoration, Sheffield 1864, 25cm high £150-200 373. A set of six fiddle pattern silver dinner forks by Mappin & Webb together with a set of six matching dessert forks, Sheffield 1968, 692 grams £150-200

377. A Victorian ruby glass double ended scent bottle with embossed white metal mounts, together with a glass perfume bottle, with stylised cut glass decoration and silver mounted neck and lid with embossed decoration £50-70 378. An open silver bowl of circular form on waisted pedestal foot, 16cm high, Sheffield 1924, together with two plain silver napkin rings, 558 grams in all £70-80 379. A pair of 9ct gold cufflinks (monogrammed) 3.8 grams together with a cased set of mother of pearl studs, a watch chain, a collection of gold leaf, a Waterman’s Ideal fountain pen etc £50-60 380. A collection of silver and other wares including a plated bowl, two silver dishes with pierced decoration of lozenge shaped form, a further small open silver bowl with pierced decoration, a cased fork and spoon, a silver plated butter dish etc £50-80 381. A brass carriage clock with loop handle, enamel dial and fluted pilasters, together with a red lacquered clock with chinoiserie decoration £50-70 382. A ladies brooch the diamond setting with floral and leaf decoration £200-300 383. Photographs A group of twenty four photographs showing various members of the Royal Family staging historical scenes in costume, Hughes and Mullins by Appointment of the Queen, late 19th century, together with a small quantity of other royal photographs including a portrait of Queen Victoria and royal interiors, approx 30 (see illustration) £800-1200

374. A large collection of silver shell pattern dinner knives and two pronged forks (monogrammed), various Georgian dates £100-150 375. Campaign Medals A group of eight First and Second World War medals to Captain J. H Skyes, 1914-15 Star, British War Medal 1914-1918, Great War Victory Medal, India General Service Medal (with North West Frontier 1930-31 clasp), 1939-1945 Star, Africa Star, War Medal 19391945, and India Service Medal, 1939-1945, together with a portrait of the recipient, oils on canvas, 55cm x 47cm (see illustration) £200-300 376. A quantity of miscellaneous costume jewellery including beads, necklaces, fountain pens, compacts etc £50-70

LOT 375

384. An Art Deco style evening bag the pouch containing a metal compact of square cut form with engine turned decoration £30-50 385. A cased set of twelve Victorian silver plated and mother of pearl handled fruit knives and forks, in original oak presentation box, together with a rosewood jewellery box £50-60 386. A small collection of miscellaneous including a Victorian card case with tortoiseshell mounted decoration, various costume jewellery, a German collapsible stirrup cup etc £50-60 387. A pair of silver plated spoons of stylised form and original presentation box, together with a cased set of six silver plated napkin rings with engine turned decoration, and a further cased pair of napkin rings £40-60 388. A silver lidded trophy on pedestal foot with shaped loop handles, turned finial and relief decoration, with presentation inscription and miniature of The Duke of York Cup 1927, London 1909, 22cm tall, 319 grams £60-80 389. A Georgian white metal toddy ladle with inset coin and chased decoration and turned horn handle £30-50 390. A silver three piece tea set of squat baluster form with shaped spout, loop handles and pedestal feet, Birmingham 1945, 484 grams £80-120 391. A part suite of English cut glass including a set of eight Walsh wine glasses £30-50 392. A collection of glassware to include two Bristol blue glass bowls, a set of six etched sundae glasses and other pieces £30-50 393. A Mason’s transfer blue toilet jug with dragon handle, various other pottery and porcelain including Minton plates, one with painted continental scene and coat of arms inscribed Crux. dat. salutem £40-60 394. An overlaid glass goblet an ale glass with air twist stem, a Millefleur paperweight and other glass ware £50-100 395. A miniature brass carriage timepiece and a miniature Swiza mantel clock (2) £60-80

LOT 383

396. A pair of Chelsea style porcelain model cats 6cm high £20-30

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397. A pair of Chinese Canton carved ivory miniature clam shells each on an ebonised base, circa 1900, 5cm across £80-100

411. A pair of Coalport pale green ground scent bottles and stoppers each having raised lily designs, 12cm high £30-50 412. A French brass and enamel carriage timepiece £30-50

398. A pair of Royal Doulton stoneware slender vases with alternating panels of pale green and brown, panels with simple painted petals, impressed marks, circa 1880, 27.5cm (see illustration) £80-100 399. A rosewood truncheon inscribed District Chief Special Constable Stirling 1915 and an antique sword stick (2) £40-60

413. A brass and copper adjustable student’s lamp together with a brass calendar and a folding stand (3) £20-40

LOT 398

400. A Rene Lalique Ceylan opalescent glass vase model number 905 from 1924, decorated with pairs of budgerigars on foliage moulded in relief, wheel cut R Lalique France to base, 24cm high (see illustration) £1500-2000 401. A Royal Worcester potpourri vase and cover painted with a rose spray, signed G Taunt, with flower head finial, 12cm high (see illustration) £200-300

415. An American oak mantel clock by The Ansonia Clock Company 43cm £20-40 416. An Edwardian canteen of silver plated cutlery in an oak and brass inlaid case, 42cm across £40-60

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402. A Royal Worcester porcelain potpourri and cover painted with panels of roses, model number 183, 12cm (see illustration) £200-300 403. A pair of gilt metal and bronze slender two handled vases each with square marble base, circa 1850, 18cm £40-70

419. A Royal Worcester porcelain figure ‘Tommy’ modelled by Freda Doughty and another ‘Joan’ £40-60

LOT 401

405. A South American painted pottery vessel/jug 22cm across £30-50

422. An album of Edwardian and other postcards £20-30

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423. A Triang 1930s child’s push along polar bear £30-40 424. A contemporary silver photograph frame with Victorian style scroll border £40-60

408. A zither by Schuster & Co in an ebonised case £20-40 409. A 9ct gold and topaz set dress ring £20-40

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420. A small collection of postcards together with a Gamages catalogue 1914 and two monochrome etchings after Frederick Hill An Italian Fantasy and A View of London 1968 £30-50 421. A collection of seven Beswick and silver flying wall mounted pheasants £60-80

407. A box of old carpentry tools £60-80

410. A Canton ivory carved circular patch box the cover having scholars under a pine tree, 4.25cm diameter, circa 1900 £40-70

417. A pair of stoneware fruit bowls with Chinese designs, a stoneware heart shaped dish, a satsuma vase and one other piece £20-30 418. A collection of Cranberry and other glassware including Mdina £50-70

404. A French carriage timepiece in leather travelling case £40-70

406. A Staffordshire polychrome tea set with Chinese decoration marked EDC £30-50

414. A framed linen panel with pulled thread, circa 1920, 105cm x 44cm £20-30

425. A Royal Brierley contemporary Art glass vase 20.5cm (see illustration) £50-80

LOT 425

426. A set of three Davenport blue transfer Tuscan Rose plates and a Ciapetti art pottery vase (4) £40-60


427. A pair of English glass pedestal salts each on a square base, circa 1830 £40-60

446. A Victorian rosewood sewing box with domed lid having inlaid mother of pearl bird and leaf designs with fitted interior, 28.5cm £80-120

428. A glass possibly Stourbridge pedestal bowl with reeded and knop column and a pair of thumb ale glasses (3) £40-60

447. An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid mantel clock with striking mechanism £40-60

LOT 429

448. A pair of reproduction gilt brackets four carved tribal pieces, a brass miner’s lamp and a spelter model cavalier £40-60

429. A set of four French pot a jus each painted with flowers, circa 1900-1920 (see illustration) £40-60 430. An ethnographic Fang carved wood head on a later pedestal base, 42cm high (see illustration) £100-200

449. An HMV Edwardian wind-up gramophone and case £20-40 450. A model Trix twin railway set in original case £30-50

431. An old painted and carved rocking horse on a stand £40-60 432. A collection of crested china including Goss and others £20-40

451. A collection of linen including silk and other fabrics £30-40

LOT 430

433. A collection of Royal Copenhagen blue Fan design dinner ware after a design by Arnold Krog 1909 pattern 1212/11519, to include ten dinner plates 25.5cm, eight dessert bowls 19.5cm, ten side plates 15.5cm and two oval serving dishes 30cm £80-120 434. An Edwardian leather case 42cm £20-40 435. A small collection of Denby, Bakelite and other pieces £30-40 436. A Poole Pottery Plane Ware 1930s vase and three other pieces of Poole pottery £30-50 437. A Royal Doulton stoneware bowl designed by Vera Huggins, impressed mark, 21cm and a Royal Doulton vase by the same designer 28cm £30-50 438. A Stuart 1950s plain tapering glass bowl with simple leaf designs, 17cm diameter £20-40 439. Two Winchcombe pottery small stoneware bowls by Sidney Tustin and two other pieces £20-40 440. A collection of ceramics to include a Meissen yellow ground oval shallow dish, a Meissen cup and saucer, a Dresden part coffee set, a Royal Worcester leaf dish and a few other pieces £50-70

452. A silver plated basket an entree dish, a silver posy vase and a plated water jug £20-40 453. A Russian brass samovar and an iron tallow lamp £30-40 454. A Minton pottery tile with scene from King Henry IV Part 1 and three other tiles £20-30

LOT 442 441. An English pewter small tankard marked Liberty & Co, another pewter tankard, a silver plated teapot, a silver plated candelabra, and an oval shaped tray £30-40 442. A glass and silver mounted decanter and stopper, one other glass decanter, an overlaid blue glass goblet and cover and a French porcelain scent bottle (see illustration) £100-200 443. Two Susie Cooper part coffee sets £30-40 444. A French yellow ground rustic part breakfast set with individual painted designs, marked to the base Rustic Faience Nice, two stoneware plates, two saltglaze jugs, a Faience cup and saucer and a Faience small two handled jug and cover £30-50 445. A Victorian possibly Coalport part tea set with chequered design £30-40

455. A set of six silver cased coffee spoons eight other silver spoons and a pair of tongs £40-60 456. A European carved ivory needlecase a bone stick handle in the form of an eagle’s head and one other carved bodkin case (3) £80-120 457. A Japanese Imari polychrome plate and a Kongeskibt Dannebrog Commemorative 1953 plate (2) £20-40 458. A large blue and white pottery turkey platter 53cm and an oval blue transfer dish (2) £20-30 459. no lot 460. A wrought iron Gothic style chandelier with four sconces, 66cm £50-100 461. An Art Deco centre light with opaque glass shade, opaque flame hanging light and a large opaque glass globe lamp, 30cm diameter approx (3) £50-100

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462. A Chinese rattan cane and bamboo picnic cabinet with carrying handle, 31cm £30-40

479. A Victorian plain white pottery oval foot bath 43cm £30-40

463. A pair of Chinese wood saddles £30-40

480. A collection of china to include two Beswick horses, a foal, a Moorcroft bowl, two Imari plates and a few other pieces £40-60

464. A Chinese elm press £20-40 465. A Victorian black slate mantel clock with striking movement, 40cm high £30-40

481. A collection of silver and silver plated ware to include two silver cigarette cases, and a horn handled beaker £40-60

494. A collection of porcelain figures to include Royal Crown Derby Shepherd by Edward Drew, another Stepping Stones, Royal Worcester including a parakeet and others £70-100 495. Five Staffordshire pot lids and a continental silver Maltese model sailing boat £30-40 496. A collection of Royal Worcester miniature jugs copying original examples £40-70

466. A Victorian oak cased mantel clock with striking movement and arched case, 42cm £30-50

482. A pair of Mdina 1960’s glass vases 18.5cm and one other 1960’s vase £30-50

497. A collection of thirteen Commemorative tankards including The Coronation of George V £30-40

467. A Victorian oak smoker’s cabinet 32cm £40-60

483. An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid mantel clock with enamelled dial and two 1930’s mantel clocks £30-50

498. An Indian brass engraved tray a brass jam pan, and other metalware including an Arts & Crafts copper tray by Harold Holmes £30-40

484. Seven Spode Collectors plates £20-30

499. A large Staffordshire pottery model of Queen Victoria and companion Prince Albert, 49cm £30-40

468. A silver cased fork a pair of miniature silver candlesticks, a cased silver christening spoon and fork, a pair of miniature frames and a small collection of plated ware £40-60 469. A Susie Cooper part dinner service to include two oval tureens and covers, various side plates, dinner plates etc £40-60 470. A Susie Cooper bowl a similar plate, a pair of onion pattern salts and a pair of Welsh Gaudy cups and saucers £10-20 471. A Royal Worcester vase pattern 788, painted with pheasants, signed James Stinton, 20cm high £200-300 472. A silver plated epergne the base mounted with three winged horses, 48cm high £30-40 473. A quantity of silver plated flat ware and other pieces £20-40 474. A similar lot of plated ware £20-40

485. A Victorian rosewood sarcophagus box 27cm and a Victorian walnut and brass work box 23cm (2) £30-40 486. A Victorian painted spelter clock garniture de cheminee with porcelain dial and inset porcelain panels £80-120 487. A Royal Worcester model Wood Warbler and three other Royal Worcester birds £30-40 488. A collection of twenty four Royal Doulton Bunnykins figures £60-80 489. A collection of twenty five Royal Doulton Dickens characters £60-80 490. A collection of thirty nine Royal Doulton Bunnykins figures £80-120 491. A collection of Royal Worcester blush ivory to include a small pin jar painted with birds £40-60

475. no lot 476. A Victorian cast iron bootscraper £20-30 477. A Victorian oak wall barometer 85cm £30-50 478. An Arts & Crafts copper dish two pewter pieces, a silver topped cane and a parasol £30-50

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492. A collection of miniature pieces to include Royal Worcester, Derby and others including a miniature painted fruit cup and saucer painted by W H Austin £50-100 493. A collection of blue transfer plates and bowls including Spode zebra pattern and others (16) £60-80

500. A large collection of Victorian and later cranberry glass and other glassware including an overlaid small decanter £50-100 501. An American inlaid wall clock with striking movement, 76cm high £40-60 502. A Copeland Spode blue transfer teapot and three other pieces £20-40 503. A collection of Royal Doulton, Beswick and other model dogs hounds and foxes (23) £50-100 504. A collection of figures including Paragon Lady Louise, Royal Worcester and others £50-100 505. A continental porcelain figure of a well dressed woman with flowers, on circular gilt base, 46cm £100-150 506. A collection of six pot lids (all framed) including Sandringham, Dr Johnson, Chapel Royal etc £60-80


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SALE RESULTS Cheltenham – 4/2/16

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£450 £130 £320 £55 £170 £50 £50 £150 £800 £400 £220 £150 £1250 £420 £65 £300 £70 £60 £500 £220 £50 £450 £150 £40 £4800 £75 £95 £380 £160 £140 £700 £320 £220 £180 £85 £350 £85 £30 £250 £380 £140 £420 £70 £280 £260 £380 £130 £550 £50 £200 £110 £60 £170 £160

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£260 £260 £60 £320 £60 £75 £20 £25 £50 £30 £160 £120 £120 £200 £45 £240 £80 £20 £130 £4200 £40 £110 £20 £160 £50 £40 £150 £50 £80 £80 £85 £70 £30 £120 £35 £280 £10 £65 £660 £10 £30 £65 £190 £200 £160 £20 £80 £160 £220 £70 £170 £65 £40 £70

152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211

£20 £20 £45 £20 £45 £45 £100 £45 £50 £240 £200 £35 £35 £40 £20 £20 £20 £120 £55 £20 £40 £25 £20 £15 £20 £25 £80 £60 £30 £100 £250 £70 £60 £100 £50 £45 £90 £75 £35 £55 £75 £120 £20 £45 £25 £55 £90 £110 £100 £20 £40 £220 £65 £35

212 213 214 215 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 225 226 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276

£75 £50 £30 £350 £300 £60 £50 £95 £65 £15 £60 £110 £110 £50 £65 £65 £280 £55 £40 £10 £45 £100 £55 £380 £20 £90 £55 £12 £60 £25 £55 £10 £110 £60 £85 £100 £50 £120 £25 £45 £40 £10 £20 £380 £15 £170 £180 £20 £60 £160 £50 £60 £170 £260


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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.

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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. 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