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Mallams 1788

Sale Catalogue

Thursday 7th June 2018 at 11am Cheltenham

Mallams 1788

English & Continental Ceramics including the Aurea Carter Collection, Country House Furniture, Silver, Jewellery & Works of Art Thursday 7th June 2018 at 11am

Auction Mallams Grosvenor Galleries 26 Grosvenor Street Cheltenham GL52 2SG Bids 01242 235712 01242 241943 (Fax) To bid via the internet please go to Or to view the catalogue online go to

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Enquiries Condition Reports & Images Darren Ball 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

Front cover – Lot 250 Back cover – Lot 454

Mallams 1788

Order of Sale English & Continental Ceramics including the Aurea Carter Collection, Country House Furniture, Silver, Jewellery & Works of Art Thursday 7th June 2018 at 11am Country House Furniture

1 – 115

Paintings, Prints & Books

139 - 187

English & Continental Ceramics and Glass Including the Aurea Carter Collection

188 - 350

Silver, Jewellery & Works of Art

351- 490

Condition Reports and Images: cheltenham@mallams Important notice: Buyer’s premium 24% inclusive of VAT on each lot Credit card fees where applicable are 2.28% inclusive of VAT 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.

1 A pair of Victorian Betjemann’s patent walnut book ends inset porcelain plaques, retailed by T. A. Sampson & Co of Regent Street £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

3 An oak round drop leaf table 19th Century with two metal feet, having brass plaque Charles Bakers patent Sept 5th 1898, 4 Wells Road, Bath, No 18892 Probably for clipping to a boat deck for storage or to the rear of a carriage for a picnic or shooting parties, 92cm across £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

2 A Victorian walnut ladies chair with original Berlin tapestry back £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

4 A nest of mahogany Edwardian tables largest 47cm x 32.5cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

5 A Boulle pier cabinet 19th Century with tortoiseshell and brass inlay, 69cm wide x 109cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

6 A pair of carved giltwood Venetian wall mirrors 18th Century 67cm x 40cm £800-1200 (plus 24%BP*)

7 A Victorian rosewood fold over card table 90cm across x 44cm deep £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

9 A Chinese hard wood carved urn stand circa 1900 inset rose marble top, 47cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

10 An Edwardian mahogany and satin wood oval occasional table 68cm across x 71cm high £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

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8 A Victorian mahogany circular occasional table 46cm diameter £40-70 (plus 24%BP*)

12 A George III mahogany pole screen. £40-70 (plus 24%BP*)

11 A set of six 19th Century mahogany dining chairs with drop in seats (four single and two carvers) £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

13 A Victorian cast iron pub table inscribed Mitchells & Butlers of Birmingham, with deer’s leap, 58cm diameter, 75.5cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

14 A tile set rectangular occasional table 95cm across x 46cm wide £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

15 A cast iron fountain head 56cm high £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

16 A Victorian mahogany open book case 112cm wide x 119cm high x 34cm deep £80-100 (plus 24%BP*)

17 A pair of Victorian stools with Berlin woolwork covers 29cm £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

18 A Chinese archaic style bronze table lamp 26cm £30-40 (plus 24%BP*)

19 A Victorian cast brass door stop in the form of two dolphins, 49cm high £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)


20 A Biedermeier satin walnut sofa with carved supports, 220cm across £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


21 A pair of Chinese 17th Century style hard wood chairs inset cane seat, 115cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

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22 A George III mahogany window seat/stool 77cm across x 42cm wide x 48cm high £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

23 A Chinese hard wood side table 45cm across x 81cm high £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

24 A late 19th Century green leather armchair in the manner of Gillows with ‘X’ frame, 59cm across x 90cm high £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

25 A Georgian style mahogany demi-lune tea table 61cm across x 75.5cm high £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

26 A cast metal and painted fountain base with four dolphin supports, 46cm across x 50cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

27 A 19th Century Boulle bijouterie table of serpentine form, 80cm across x 54cm deep x 79cm high £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

28 A 19th Century mahogany military secretaire chest 113cm across x 55cm deep x 110cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

30 A French marble and gilt metal column 100cm high x 31cm diameter £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

29 A pair of reproduction mahogany bed side chests 47cm across x 39cm deep x 70cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

33 A French gilt metal mantel clock 29.5cm high £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

34 A French carved wood model of Don Quixote 27cm and one other figure £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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32 A Florentine giltwood wall mirror 70cm x 52cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

31 A pair of green painted tea canister table lamps £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

35 A Victorian majolica pottery jardiniere on stand 44cm across £100-200 (plus 24%BP*) 36 A pair of French Louis XV style kingwood and marquetry small commodes each with a marble top, 66cm across x 35cm deep x 72cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

37 A French giltwood six piece salon suite in the Louis XVI style to include a sofa, 127cm across, a pair of armchairs and three standard chairs £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

38 A pair of wingback armchairs £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

39 A French marquetry small library table with gilt metal mounts, 106cm across x 64cm deep x 78.5cm high £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

40 An 18th Century style giltwood eagle wall mirror 117cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

41 A Biedermeier satin walnut upholstered armchair with an accompanying stool £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

42 A 19th Century teak military trunk 91cm across x 53cm deep x 46cm high £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

43 A large Victorian mahogany extending dining table with three extra leaves on original brass casters, 3m x 1.48m £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)

46 Archer of Stow an oak long case clock with painted circular dial and eight day movement, dial 33cm, 193.5cm high £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)


44 A Victorian mahogany ‘horse shoe’ armchair with green upholstery, 60cm across £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)


45 A Howard style upholstered easy chair £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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47 An 18th Century oak coffer with carved panel front, 155cm across x 57cm deep x 68cm high £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

48 An 18th Century oak dresser base with moulded drawer fronts, 186cm across x 47cm deep x 77cm high £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)

49 A Victorian mahogany chiffonier 111cm across x 136cm high x 48cm deep £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

50 A George III oak bureau 101cm across x 106cm high £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

51 An 18th Century oak wall cupboard 53.5cm across x 21cm deep x 69cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

52 A Victorian walnut and satinwood inlaid book case with gilt mounts and glazed front, 107cm across x 31cm deep x 125cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

53 A George III mahogany Chippendale style fold over card table with carved border 89cm across,44cm deep £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

54 An oak 17th Century style side table 75cm across x 48cm deep x 72cm high £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

55 A William and Mary walnut carved footstool with later upholstered top, 50cm across x 35cm deep x 37cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

56 An Edwardian Japanned book stand 59cm across x 77.5cm high £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

57 An oak Arts & Crafts towel rail 61cm across x 84cm high £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

58 A Victorian walnut and satinwood side cabinet with gilt metal mounts, 103cm across x 34cm deep x 108cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)



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59 A Victorian walnut break front side cabinet with satinwood inlay and gilt metal mounts, 173cm wide x 105cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

60 A walnut library bookcase attributed to Shoolbred and Co circa 1890 in the Arts & Crafts style with glazed top and cupboard base carved with various fruits, 184cm across x 226cm high x 46cm deep £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)

61 An Arts & Crafts, possibly American oak and ebonised octagonal dining table with two extra leaves, 176cm x 123cm £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

62 A 19th Century mahogany drop leaf supper table 107cm x 96cm £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

63 An Arts & Crafts oak side cabinet 151cm across x 58cm deep x 104cm high £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

64 A 18th Century elm blanket/sword chest 108cm across x 38.5cm deep x 53cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

65 A Globe Wernicke three tier oak book case 86cm across x 26cm deep x 106.5cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

66 An Edwardian mahogany two fold screen, 134cm high £40-70 (plus 24%BP*)

67 A Victorian brass mantel clock with enamel dial and striking movement, 53cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


68 A French Boulle table top cabinet 19th Century with fitted interior of small drawers, and inlaid in brass tortoiseshell and pewter with scrolling arabesques, 32cm across x 23cm deep x 26cm high £600-800 (plus 24%BP*)


69 A brass skeleton clock with fusee movement and a glass dome, 42cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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70 A carved gilt wood Florentine style frame 40cm x 34cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

71 A Victorian walnut occasional table with music stand base, 81cm across x 49cm deep x 78cm high £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

72 A Victorian mahogany oval occasional table with tripod base, 65cm across x 73cm high £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

74 A late 19th Century Japanned fall front desk 60cm across x 112cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*) 73 An oak dresser with leaded and rack back, 176cm across x 50cm deep x 173cm high £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

75 A pair of Italian wood capriccios in the Medici style 1m across x 56cm high £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

77 A Vienna regulator wall clock with enamel dial.,108cm high. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

76 A 19th Century mahogany fret wall mirror 70cm high x 40cm across £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

78 A copper umbrella stand with coat of arms, 59cm high x 31cm across £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

80 A George III mahogany and inlaid bow front corner cabinet with old bill of sale, 1922, from Abraham Marshall Fine Art and Antique dealer, 83cm across x 212cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*) 81 A 19th Century mahogany circular tip up occasional table 77cm diameter £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

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79 A pair of 19th Century gilt girandoles 45cm high x 26.5cm across £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

82 A single 19th Century Oxford elm and ash kitchen chair and a mahogany 19th Century elbow chair £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

83 A pair of Victorian gilt wood framed wall mirrors 78cm x 92cm overall £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

84 An Edwardian satin wood three section folding screen 160cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

86 A modern glass display case 112cm across x 46cm deep x 202cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

87 A William IV mahogany fold over tea table on carved supports, 94cm across x 49cm deep x 80cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*) 85 A Victorian rose wood and inlaid work table 47cm across x 34cm deep x 67cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

88 A Victorian mahogany torchere 142.5cm high £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)


91 A Venetian glass mirror 19th Century with foliate mount, 110cm high x 56cm across £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


89 A George III oak circular occasional table on tripod supports, 58cm across £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

90 A 19th Century mahogany large circular occasional table on pad feet, 84cm diameter £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

92 A painted arch wall mirror 74cm high x 41cm across £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

93 A George III mahogany spider leg drop leaf table 76cm x 75cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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94 A pair of Regency style painted elbow chairs each with a cane seat, 88cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

95 A 19th Century mahogany tall wash stand 46cm across x 46cm deep x 123cm high £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

96 A 19th Century mahogany folding butlers tray on stand 71cm x 45cm when closed £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

97 A George III oak side table 83cm across x 45cm deep x 76cm high £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

98 A George III oak drop leaf gateleg table 99cm x 118cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

99 A carved Chinese model Rui Sceptre in the form of two dragons, 67cm £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

100 Attributed to Liberty & Co Moorish style table, circa 1910, 57cm high x 71cm across Reference: Daryl Bennetts Liberty’s Furniture 1875-1915, Antique Collector’s Blub, page 29 figure 1.26 for a comparable table illustrated in the Yuletide Gifts catalogue, 1913 £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

101 A Regency gilt wall mirror with eagle mounts, 82cm high x 54.5cm across £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

102 A 17th Century Derbyshire oak carved highback chair 104cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

103 A set of four Victorian mahogany upholstered dining chairs £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

104 A pair of mahogany rectangular footstools 37cm across x 26cm deep x 34cm high £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

105 A Victorian walnut inlaid music Canterbury 56cm across x 40cm deep x 48cm high £80-120 (plus 24%BP*) 106 A mahogany open book case 116cm across x 119cm high £30-40 (plus 24%BP*)



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107 A harlequin set of six George III elm and ash spindle back Lancastrian dining chairs with rush seats £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

109 A 19th Century French ebonised stool 67cm square £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

110 A pair of turned wood table lamps 46cm £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

112 A French original carved and painted fauteuil 18th/19th Century 107cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)


114 A Howard style armchair the back leg stamped 2981 £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


108 A footstool 106cm across and a Victorian bamboo coat rack, 85cm across (2) £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

111 A mahogany side table 19th Century 112cm across, 54cm deep £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

113 A Howard style armchair the back leg stamped 3076 £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

115 A George III oak gateleg dining table 112cm x 136cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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139 Pieter Willem Sebes (Dutch, 1827 - 1906) Interior scene with mother and children, oil on board, 33cm x 26cm £600-1200 (plus 24%BP*)

140 19th century oil on canvas Interior scene, unsigned, 26cm x18cm £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

141 Jan Harm Weyns (Dutch 1864-1945) Children playing, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 46cm x 35cm £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

142 James Edward Grace (British, 1851-1908) Rural landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 74cm x 49cm £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

143 Hermione Thornton Lofthouse (20th century) Street scene, pastels, signed lower left, 55cm x 36cm £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

144 Herbert Moxon Cook (British, 1844-1928) Lake view with rowing boats, watercolours, signed and dated lower left (1882), 60cm x 33cm £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

145 W. S. Bucklands (20th century) “The Tower point”, American landscape, watercolours, signed lower left, 75cm x 56cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

146 After J. M. W. Turner R A (1775-1851) Dido and Aeneas, engraved by W. R. Smith, 62cm x 48cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

148 Books Photography related, including The Destruction Business by Donald McMullin 1971 (first edition), The Edge of the Land by Fay Godwin 1955, Portraits by Bill Brandt, German Photography 1970-1970 1997, and three other similar publications (7) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

149 Books A Collection of Modern Fiction, to include Dr No by Ian Fleming 1958 (first edition), Thunderball by Ian Fleming 1961 (first edition), Seawitch by Alistair Maclean 1977 (first edition), and two others (5) £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

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147 Attributed to Aubrey Williams (1926-1990) Birds flying at sunset, oil on canvas, signature to lower right, 87cm x 76cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

150 Thomas Finchett (British, 19th/20th century) ‘On Llanrwst Moors’ and ‘April Near Llanrwst ‘, each oils on board, signed lower right, 30cm x 22cm (2) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

151 Erik Elkan (Early 20th Century) figures walking along a beach, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 50cm x 39cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

154 Edward Bird, R. A. (1772-1819) ‘The Peep Show’, drawing/watercolour, ink signature and title to separate paper label, together with a letter containing a copied extract on Edward Bird from the ‘Catalogue Traditional Gallery, 1882’ plus the date and provenance of original purchase (1899), 26cm x 20cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

153 Rural Landscape 20th century, ‘In the Conway Valley’, oils on board, unsigned, 30cm x 24cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

155 After George Stubbs (British, 1724-1806) Lord & Lady Melbourne & Family, colour engraving, Published by Henry Graves & Co., 1931, London, 74cm x 55cm £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

156 John Teed (British, early 20th century) A military portrait, pastel study, signed and dated lower right (1948), 50cm x 40cm £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

157 Thomas Bush Hardy (1842-1897) Coastal shipping scene, watercolour, signed and dated lower left (1895), 32cm x 22cm £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

158 A pair of Chinese cloth studies each depicting four figures in traditional dress, 49cm x 30cm £40-70 (plus 24%BP*)

159 Continental School, 17th/18th Century After Giovanni Battista Salvi da Sassoferrato (16091685), Madonna and Child, oil on canvas, in a gilt caved frame, “SassoFerrato” to label, 47cm x 43cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

160 After Joseph Wheatley R.A. (London 1747-1801) “Cries of London”, four engravings from the series, 4th, 5th, 8th, 11th plate, engraved by Niccolo Schiavonetti, each 42cm x 32cm (4) £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)


152 Ronald Green (Cheltenham, 20th Century) A collection of architects drawings, circa 1970s, including traditional and contemporary architectural studies, each signed, titled and dated (13) £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)


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161 Peter Thomas (20th Century) “Buttercup Meadow, pastel study, 1993, sellers label to verso, 42cm x 31cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

162 Fishing scene 20th century, possibly South Korea, oil on canvas, inscription to lower left “S Ansan” 40cm x 30cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

163 John Francis Branegan (1843-1909) A pair of coastal shipping scenes, watercolours, each signed, 46cm x 26cm (2) £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

164 Irene George (1947) “The Narrow Hat”, lithograph, numbered 10/500, signed lower right, 56cm x 30cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

165 J Young (British, 19th century) Figures in landscape, watercolours, signed lower right, 40cm x 35cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

166 Henry Wilkinson (1921-2011) Hunting scene, etching, number 86 of 150, signed lower right, 36cm x 27cm £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

167 S Walsh (British, early 20th century) Mountainscape, oils on board, signed and dated lower right (1923), 45cm x 33cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

168 A pair of Chinese wash drawings each depicting a scholar in a garden scene, inscription and artist signature to margins, 43cm x 33cm (2) £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

169 Four framed photos of London and a watercolour study of a coat of arms £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

170 Follower of Joseph Horlor (British 1809-1887) A pair of river scenes, oil on canvas, each 51x61cm (2) £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

171 A group of photographs early 20th Century topographical prints, ephemera £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

172 Alfred Ashdown Box (British, 1879-1927) River scene, watercolours, signed and dated lower right (1905), 74cm x 50cm £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)



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173 River scene late 19th/ early 20th century, oil on canvas, signed lower right (V. C.), 75cm x 49cm £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

174 Alfred Ashdown Box (British, 1879-1927) Two river scenes, each a watercolour, signed, 35cm x 25cm and 34cm x 25cm (2) £40-80 (plus 24%BP*)

176 Philip Freeman (British, 20th century) “Town Quay, Falmouth, Cornwall”, pen and ink, signed and dated lower right (1974), 41cm x 21cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

177 John R Harris (British, 20th century) A pair of watercolours, rural landscape and village scene, each signed, 63cm x 43cm and 46cm x 28cm (2) £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

175 Arthur Henry Enock (British, 1839-1917) A view of Warwick Castle from the River Avon, watercolour, 42cm x 26cm £30-60 (plus 24%BP*)

178 Henry Thomas Jarman (1871-1956) River scene, oil on canvas, sign and dated lower right (1898), 50cm x 39cm £60-120 (plus 24%BP*) 180 A set of World Cup 1966 original ticket counterfoils 1/8th Final 12.07.66 Goodison Park Bulgaria v Brazil 1/8th Final 13.07.66 Old Trafford Hungary v Portugal 1/8th Final 15.07.66 Goodison Park Brazil v Hungary 1/8th Final 16.07.66 Old Trafford Portugal v Bulgaria 1/8th Final 19.07.66 Goodison Park Portugal v Brazil 1/8th Final 20.07.66 Old Trafford Hungary v Bulgaria Quarter Final 23.07.66 Goodison Park Portugal v North Korea Semi Final 25.07.66 Goodison Park West Germany v USSR 3rd/4th Place Final 28.07.66 Wembley USSR v Portugal Final Tie 30.07.66 Wembley England v West Germany a World Championship programme, and a World Championship Cup Final programme.together with the World Cup song record ‘World Cup Willie’ by Lonnie Donegan These tickets are being sold by a local Gloucestershire vendor who went to all of the matches. £500-800 (plus 24%BP*)

179 A pastel study of a Jack Russell Indistinct signature to lower right, 32cm x 27cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)


181 A Japanese needlework study of a hunting dog Kyoto school, 39cm x 20cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)


182 John Whittall (British, 20th century) A pair of oils on board showing the Isabella Plantation in Richmond Park, circa 1980, each 22cm x 15cm (2) £60-120 (plus 24%BP*)

183 After Antoine Blanchard “Whitehall London”, oil on canvas, indistinct signature and date to lower right (1980), 51cm x 42cm £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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184 Map of Worcestershire John Speed, 17th century engraving with later hand colouring, 52cm x 39cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

185 William Henry Crome (1806-1873) Norfolk landscape, oil on board, gallery labels to verso, dated 1864, 22cm x 17cm £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)

186 A pair of engraved prospects by Jan Kip 18th century, to include Battsford the Seat of Richard Freeman and Upper Dowdeswell the Seat of Lionel Rich, each 45cm x 36cm (2) £60-120 (plus 24%BP*)

187 Three sets of engraved monochrome portraits Including examples by H. Jacobsen, eight contained in three frames (3) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

188 A group of porcelain to include two pieces of Carlton ware, a pair of duck bookends, four Lavender Beard Australian bowls and two other pieces £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

189 A collection of seven pieces of Royal Worcester blush ivory to include a pair of vases, 17.5cm, and a potpourri and cover. £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

190 A collection of Victorian Welsh Gaudy pottery to include three jugs and other pieces £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

191 A 19th Century English blue transfer chestnut basket 23cm £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

192 A Wedgwood blue Jasper ware three piece tea set with silver rims, a Royal Worcester figure Masquerade 3359 and Lenox oval porcelain frame, 21cm x 17cm (5) £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

193 A pair of Staffordshire pottery model lions 29cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

194 A collection of Victorian and other pottery to include pot lids, cottages and other pieces £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

195 An Italian majolica moon flask 20cm, a Langley stone ware vase and two other pieces £30-40 (plus 24%BP*)



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197 A collection of glass to include a pair of 19th Century glass decanters, 24cm, a pair of Victorian glass decanters, 31cm, a large cut glass bowl and sweetmeat jar and cover (6) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

198 A Victorian ‘Willow’ pattern meat plate 45cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

199 A Chinese blue and white vase converted to a table lamp 31cm and a contemporary porcelain table lamp, 36cm £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

200 Two Bristol (William Fifield) spirit barrels painted with flowers and dated 1835, 12.5cm and a small spirit barrel, 11cm (3) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

200A A Guido Cacciapuoti porcelain model of ‘two herons’ original label, 26cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

200B A Guido Cacciapuoti porcelain model ‘a family of three pelicans’ original label, 26cm across £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

200C A Guido Cacciapuoti porcelainmodel ‘ two Indian runner ducks’ original label, 19cm high £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

200D A Meissen white glazed porcelain model candlestick 25cm, a Meissen porcelain model of three guinea fowl, 17cm and Meissen porcelain model of a pelican, 23cm £250-300 (plus 24%BP*)

200E A Meissen paperweight in the form of sphinx, 21cm, two small Meissen bird figures, a Meissen dragon pattern dish, a Berlin leaf shaped dish and and Berlin vase (5) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

200F A Dresden porcelain part coffee set £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

200G A set of seven Bristol glass amethyst coloured finger bowls £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)


196 A group of glass and other pieces to include coloured wine glasses, pharmacy jars, decanters etc £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)


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202 A Jackfield milk jug and cover 15cm and three other Jackfield milk jugs, largest 16.5cm (4) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

203 A pair of Wedgwood black basalt candlesticks in Capri ware with enamelled flowers, 18cm (2) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

204 An English pearlware jug inscribed in gold ‘G. BRYAN’ and six cream ware cruet pieces including one inscribed ‘AZYN’ (7) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

205 An English creamware coffee pot and cover circa 1790 and a collection of English pottery including Staffordshire figures, a creamware tankard inscribed and dated 1791 and other pieces Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

206 An English Delftware plate circa 1780 21cm, a ‘moonlight’ lustre mug and a Staffordshire figure of Venus Provenance - Aurea Carter. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

207 A quantity of Delftware tiles variously painted in manganese and blue (18) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

208 A Minton encaustic tile and a quantity of other Victorian tiles (12) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

209 A group of black basalt tea and coffee ware (9) 19th Century Provenance - The Philip Miller Collection and Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

210 An English earthenware footbath 19th Century painted with orange anthemions and reserved on a brown ground, 49cm across Provenance - Aurea Carter. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

211 A black basalt teapot and cover 19th Century engine turned and with a silver lustre border, 21cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

212 A New Hall teapot and stand pattern number 241 and ten other New Hall pieces Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

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201 A Staffordshire brown earthenware stirrup cup circa 1790/1800 in the form of a fox’s head, 13cm and a smaller stirrup cup, 12cm (2) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

213 Three Staffordshire figures 19th Century representing Charity, Winter and a Vestal Virgin, largest 20cm (3) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

214 An English Whieldon-glazed vomit pot circa 1780 with a single handle, 14cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

215 A pearlware mug circa 1800 inscribed in flow blue, 12cm high Provenance - Aurea Carter. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

216 A pair of Chelsea-Derby plates and a matching dish painted with flowers in green monochrome, 23cm x 19.5cm (3) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

217 A Neale Pearlware jug with red Greek style panel, 19cm high and a Davenport chalcedony plate, impressed mark, 19.5cm (2) Provenance - Aurea Carter.` £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

218 Two Wood and Caldwell figures of James Quinn as Falstaff circa 1800-1815 23cm and two other Staffordshire figures representing Faith and Water (4) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

220 A Chelsea porcelain oval basket circa 1755 with flower sprays, 24cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

221 A collection of English porcelain creamboats to include two oval Derby examples of reeded form painted in ‘cotton stem’ style, a Derby small duck creamboat and two other creamboats modelled as ducks (7) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

223 Two Lowestoft porcelain cream jugs circa 1785 of sparrow beak form, painted with flowers in Curtis style, 8.5cm and two Worcester porcelain cream jugs, circa 1780, 9.5cm and 9cm (4) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

224 A Bow porcelain model lady on a tall hollow base, 16cm and four various Derby porcelain figures (5) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

219 A Staffordshire ‘Widow and Orphans’ group 19th Century 28cm Provenance Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


222 A Chelsea porcelain plate circa 1755 Gotzowski pattern, 23.5cm and one other Chelsea porcelain plate, 24cm (2) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)


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228 A Longton Hall sauceboat circa 1753-5 exhibited at the Wisbech society 1958, 15.5cm, a Liverpool sauceboat, circa 1770, 20cm and a Worcester sauceboat, 17.5cm (3) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

226 A pair of Worcester junket dishes circa 1780 of ‘Pinecone’ pattern, 26cm and one other Worcester junket dish, 23.5cm (3) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

227 Two Worcester stands for chestnut baskets circa 1790 29cm and two Worcester plates, circa 1770, printed in blue in ‘Pinecone’ pattern, 19.75cm (4) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

229 A Worcester porcelain plate circa 1770-80 of ‘One Hundred Antiques’ pattern, 19.5cm and three coffee cups of ‘Prunus root’ pattern (4) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

230 A Worcester geranium leaf-moulded butterboat circa 1758-60 a Lowestoft mug, three Liverpool tea bowls and a saucer, two sparrow beak jugs and a Bow tea bowl and saucer applied with prunus sprigs (10) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

231 A Derby porcelain model of a pointer dog 19th Century 17cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

232 A pair of Dutch Delft small vases painted in blue with ‘Jumping Boy’ pattern, 10cm high Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

234 Two Bow figures of children circa 1770 set within arbours, 11cm high Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

235 A Bow porcelain plate circa 1780 of octagonal form, painted with the ‘Two Quail’ pattern Provenance - Klaber and Klaber and Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

233 A pair of Derby porcelain figures circa 1770 modelled as children, 12.5cm and 12cm and one other Derby porcelain figure modelled as a Harlequin, 12cm (3) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

236 A Worcester coffee cup and saucer of fluted form, painted with the ‘Two Quail’ pattern Provenance - S. Barratt Collection and Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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225 A Derby porcelain stand circa 1760/5 painted in blue with an island scene, 21cm Provenance - Alasdair Morrison and Aurea Carter. £70-90 (plus 24%BP*)

238 A pair of Derby porcelain figures modelled as a shepherd and shepherdess, 20cm Provenance - Sotheby’s 6/12/93 Lot 233 and Aurea Carter. £200-400 (plus 24%BP*)

240 A large Derby model of sheep 19th Century 12cm and three miniature sheep (4) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

241 A pair of Richard Chaffers coffee cans decorated in the famille rose style Provenance - Aurea Carter. £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

243 Two Chelsea porcelain cups of bell shape painted with flowers and a similar saucer (3) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

244 A Worcester saucer dish painted with a version of the ‘Hop Trellis’ pattern, 20.5cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

246 A Coalport bough pot and cover painted in London in the studio of Thomas Baxter, 22.5cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

247 A Worcester porcelain sauce boat circa 1760 painted in blue with the ‘Little Fisherman’ pattern, 18cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)


237 A Worcester porcelain teapot and cover painted with ‘fancy birds’, 19.5cm and one other Worcester teapot with matched cover (2) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)


239 A Chelsea porcelain figure circa 1760 25.5cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

242 A Worcester coffee cup and saucer circa 1770 decorated with the ‘Dalhousie’ pattern and an English porcelain ‘Jabberwocky’ pattern coffee cup and saucer, circa 1800 (4) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

245 A Derby plate painted with flowers in ‘Cotton Stem’ style with label Roderick Jellicoe of London, 21.5cm and a Chelsea dish painted with fruit, 23cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

248 A Worcester porcelain plate or dish circa 1775 with a ‘wet’ blue border, a Worcester shell dish painted with a classical urn and one other Worcester saucer dish painted with ‘spotted fruit’ (3) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £250-350 (plus 24%BP*)

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249 A collection of dry-bodied stonewares 19th Century including teapot from the Geoffrey Fisk collection, one other teapot, two tankards (one with silver rim) and five jugs, largest 18cm (9) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

250 Three Derby plates 19th Century painted with named views within gilded borders, 22cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

251 An English Delftware plate circa 1770 with blue Chinese scenes, three other Delftware plates, a dish and a smaller blue Delftware bowl (6) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

253 A Chelsea figure of a shepherd 18th Century 26cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

255 A group of English ceramics to include Wedgwood and Bentley basalt bust of Cristophanes, a pair of Flight Barr & Barr plates ‘Quail’ pattern, a Derby and other pieces Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

258 A Staffordshire figure Thomas Dartmouth as Jim Crow circa 1836 ex Oliver Sutton Antiques and six other Staffordshire figures, largest 16cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

254 A Staffordshire figure ‘Elijah’ and five other Staffordshire figures, largest 25cm (6) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £150-250 (plus 24%BP*)

256 An English pearlware sauceboat with initials T.H.M and dated 1773, 15cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

257 A pair of porcelain pistol handle knives with silver blades and six silver and Wedgwood menu holders Provenance - Aurea Carter. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

259 A Whieldon platter 19th Century of octagonal form, 32cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

260 A collection of English pearlware and creamware plates 18th/19th Century including feather edged and others (14) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

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252 A Derby porcelain group of two lovers circa 1780 26cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

262 A group of English ceramics to include pearlware jug, transfer dishes and other pieces Provenance - Aurea Carter. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

263 A Worcester square dish circa 1790 painted flowers, 20cm, a Worcester cup and saucer ‘scale blue’ and one other Worcester saucer (4) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

264 A collection of English ceramics to include various candle holders, pearlware and other pieces Provenance - Aurea Carter. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

265 A collection of English ceramics to include spode pearlware and other pieces Provenance - Aurea Carter. £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

266 A collection of English ceramics to include a shell porcelain hors d’oeuvre dish and other pieces Provenance - Aurea Carter. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

267 A collection of English ceramics to include Wedgwood basalt teapot and other pieces Provenance - Aurea Carter. £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

268 A Turner stoneware jug circa 1795 with a silver rim, 23cm and two other large jugs, largest 25cm (3) Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

269 Two English polychrome pottery tiles 19th Century 15cm Provenance - Aurea Carter. £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

270 A pearlware large jug circa 1800 painted with ‘Success to Trade’ Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

271 A group of ceramics to include two Meissen teacups and saucers, a miniature Worcester teapot, a Worcester breakfast set and other pieces £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

272 A Dresden porcelain miniature box and cover and five other continental pill boxes £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


261 An English transfer blue saucer ‘Jungaura Pergola’ circa 1820 ex A. Pugh-Thomas collection and six English blue transfer plates including ‘ancient Rome’ and others Provenance - Aurea Carter. £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)


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273 A French faience two handled jardiniere 40cm and a similar candlestick £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

274 A Delftware bowl circa 1800 22cm, a pealware mug and other pottery £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

275 A large ironstone tureen, cover and stand 19th Century decorated in the Imari palette, 35cm across £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

276 A pair of ironstone sauce tureen, covers and stands 19th Century decorated in the Imari palette, 20cm across £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

277 A pair of ironstone square vegetable dishes and covers 19th Century decorated in the Imari palette, 22cm across £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

278 A graduated set of five ironstone platters 19th Century decorated in the Imari palette, largest 42cm across £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

280 An extensive Mason’s ironstone dinner service circa 1829-45 with Chinese style decoration in the Imari palette comprising large vegetable tureen, a pair of smaller tureens, two sauce tureens and stands, each with coronet handle, seven graduated meat plates largest 43cm, twentyfive dinner plates 34.5cm, twelve soup bowls 23.75cm £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

279 A set of Masons and other ironstone china 19th Century decorated in the Imari palette to include six dinner plates, 24cm, six dessert plates, 20cm, six side plates, 18cm, two oval serving dishes, largest 25.5cm and six soup bowls, 24.5cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

282 A Delft double gourd vase circa 1900 decorated in the 18th Century style, 47cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

283 A collection of various plates including ironstone Continental and others £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

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281 A Delftware charger circa 1800 with Chinese style painted decoration, 36cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

285 A pair of Derby porcelain figures a bisque large figure and three other various figures £40-70 (plus 24%BP*)

286 Assorted ceramics to include a pair of Staffordshire cats, delft candlesticks and other pieces £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

287 A Deftware charger circa 1800 with polychrome Chinese decoration, 31.5cm diameter £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

288 A collection of six decanters to include four Georgian cut glass with stoppers and two American moulded glass £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

289 A Georgian toasting rummer engraved with fruiting vine, a pair of Edwardian cut glass salts and an Irish cut glass salt (4) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

290 A collection of five Georgian drinking glasses to include plain stem cordial, facet stem, Dutch silesian stem, facet stem and a wine glass £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

291 A collection of eight Georgian glass pieces to include a set of four panel and chip cut jellies, a pair of ribbed Georgian glass jellies and a pair of Georgian glass patty pans £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

292 A collection of eight Georgian drinking glasses to include four 18th/early 19th Century wrythen ales, one half wrythen ale glass, a pair of port/wine glasses and two cut port glasses £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

293 A collection of six decanter stoppers including one blue example and eight assorted glasses £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

294 A Venetian glass late 19th/early 20th Century set of six 19th Century aventurine dessert saucers, four similar saucers, three crimped Stourbridge glass bowls and a vintage Murano slipper £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

295 A collection of glass to include eight glass witches ball, a Jacob’s ladder, and some stained glass panels for doors, 19th Century friggers £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)


284 A pair of Royal Worcester miniature cauldrons painted with birds, 7.5cm and a small porcelain jardiniere, 13cm (3) £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


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296 A collection of six various engraved drinking glasses and two other glass pieces £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

297 A set of four glass brandy balloons engraved L.L. £40-70 (plus 24%BP*)

298 A pair of Richard Ginora porcelain casters a Limoges porcelain snuff box in the form of a ducks beak, and a rose quartz carved elephant on stand (4) £40-70 (plus 24%BP*)

299 A Bohemian type amber vase 19th/20th Century with painted scene in silver and monochrome colours, 24cm high £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

300 A large cut glass bowl, cover and stand possibly Swedish, 33cm across x 33cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

301 A near pair of glass sweetmeat jars and covers 27cm high £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

302 A pair of glass decanters and stopper with hobnail decoration, 32cm and a similar smaller decanter (no stopper) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

303 A large glass possibly Swedish fruit bowl and cover 33cm high £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

304 Two Worcester sparrow beak cream jugs late 18th Century each painted in blue, 9cm high £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

305 Two Caughley and a Worcester pickle dishes circa 1770 each painted in blue £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

306 A Chinese export small charger circa 1800 26cm and an Imari blue and white plate, 22cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

307 A pair of Wilkinson pottery plates each plate painted with kookaburras by I.A. Crisp, to include ‘a tug of war’ and ‘the conference’, 26cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)



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308 A Murano type amethyst glass decanter and six matching glass glasses £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

309 A Victorian Parian figure 40cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*) 310 A pair of majolica large pottery ewers 56cm high £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

312 A stoneware studio pottery tapering vase with blue stylised decoration, 24cm £30-40 (plus 24%BP*)

313 A pair of German Westerwald type jugs with bands of blue foliate designs, 23cm £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

314 A set of four Turner blue printed pottery plates 19th Century 19.5cm and a pair of serving dishes, impressed marks £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

315 A set of six Royal Crown Derby Lombardy soup bowls and stands £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

316 A pair Imari jardinieres late 19th Century with panels of cherry blossom, crickets and other flowers, 29cm across £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

317 A large Victorian engraved glass goblet with cartouche, marked W.B and dated 1897, 29cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

318 A large ‘fiat’ type engraved glass 28cm high £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

319 A Meissen porcelain teapot painted with a rose and with rose finial, 16cm and a small Meissen plate with similar decoration, 18cm (2) £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)


311 A set of seven Dresden monkey band figures largest 17cm £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


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320 A pair of Staffordshire treacle glazed model lions 19cm £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

321 A group of Newhall bat printed porcelain to include a sugar bowl, two dishes, saucer, tea bowl, teacup and saucer and a commemorative cup and saucer, 1818, depicting the Anglo-American treaty £80-100 (plus 24%BP*)

322 A Chinese blue and white porcelain export bowl 19th Century Kangxi mark, 23cm £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

323 Two Nymphenburg white glazed porcelain figures from the commedia dell arte, largest 18cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

324 A Chinese blue and white baluster vase 19th Century 30cm and three other Chinese pieces to include prunus ginger jar with Kangxi mark (4) £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

325 A collection of ceramics to include a blue transfer sauce boat and stand, Royal Copenhagen coffee set, Wedgwood coffee set and other pieces £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

326 A group of six Davenport stone china jugs largest 14cm £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

327 A pair of Mettlach stoneware vases each with panels of children, 39.5cm high £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

328 A twelve piece English porcelain botanical service possible Derby individually painted and with inscriptions to the reverse £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

329 A pair of Chinese famille vert plaques children playing in a garden and companion, 31cm x 23.5cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

330 A Delft blue and white plate 18th Century marked ‘C.B.’ to the underside, 22.5cm diameter £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

331 A Dicker of Sussex slipware pottery mug dated 1700, 13.5cm £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)



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332 A large Chinese blue and gilt porcelain roundel with central landscape scene, 47.5cm £800-1200 (plus 24%BP*)

333 A Continental sixteen piece fruit service comprising two pairs of comports, two square serving dishes and ten plates, impressed Meissen mark £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

335 An octagonal Meissen bowl painted in the Arita style with two figures, 19cm £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

336 Three Austrian Vienna Augarten teapots two Royal Copenhagen hand painted ‘Onion’ pattern teapots and a French porcelain teapot (6) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

337 Six piece Limoges porcelain coffee set and a Sevres style oval porcelain box £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

338 A collection of six Herend hand painted porcelain teapots £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

339 A collection of eight Meissen hand painted porcelain teapots £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

340 A collection of Chinese Junyao style vases and various Xing and Ding ware pottery £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

341 A collection of Chinese Xing and Ding style wares £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

342 A Chinese Xing and Ding style wares to include censers and other pieces £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)


334 A pair of Meissen octagonal dishes painted in a kakiemon style with dragons, 21.5cm x 19cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)


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343 A hand painted Oxford pottery teapot £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

344 A French porcelain cabinet cup and saucer circa 1820 with inscription’ l’amitie vu lottre’ £50-70 (plus 24%BP*)

345 A Blanc de Chine standing model of Quan Yin 46cm £30-40 (plus 24%BP*)

346 A large Minton turquoise jardiniere with ram’s head mask handle, 41cm across, 38cm high £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

347 A group of 19th Century English glass ware circa 1800 to include Bristol Blue powder bowl, a Georgian glass bread bowl, circa 1780 and four other pieces £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

348 A 19th Century glass salad bowl with gilt ribbon husk and swag overlay, 24cm and a tall 19th Century glass vase with gilt overlay, 29cm (2) £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

349 A Minton porcelain cabinet plate painted with a St Bernard, probably by Henry Mitchell, framed 18.5cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

350 An Art Nouveau glass and pewter claret jug 33cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

351 A collection of British and World coins including some pre 1947 LSD silver coinage, an 1896 Maundy two pence, an Australian 1927 Parliament Florin etc £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

352 A small quantity of LSD coinage including several cartwheel pennies etc £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

353 A collection miscellaneous coinage including, one Roman, some imitations, cartwheel penny, old English, some pre 1947 silver coinage etc £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

354 A collection of miscellaneous modern and LSD coinage including pennies, sixpences (some pre 1947), cased decimal coinage etc £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)



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355 A 1912 sovereign £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

356 A collection of various Victorian album postcards including humorous and topographical examples £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

357 An Armand & Marseille Bisque baby doll with blue eyes, a resin headed doll and a box of miscellaneous including miniature sewing machine, glasses etc £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

359 An 18ct white gold ring with three stone square cut diamond setting £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

360 A silver plated pocket watch of octagonal form by Elgin, the movement number 27158674 £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

361 A pair of 14ct gold drop earrings with garnet and pearl settings £80-100 (plus 24%BP*)

362 A pair of 9ct gold earrings of square cut form, with diamond chip settings £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

363 An Edwardian brooch crescent shape form, with pearl and turquoise setting £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

364 A 9ct gold necklace with amethyst settings £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

365 A box of miscellaneous white metal and hard stone jewellery including bracelets, bangles etc £80-100 (plus 24%BP*)

366 A quantity of jewellery and ring boxes £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)


358 An Armand & Marseille ‘My Dream Baby’ doll with lace nightdress £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)


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367 A 18ct gold signet ring 16.7grams £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

368 A collection of assorted paste and resin bead necklaces a graduated citrine bead necklace with white bead spaces and a vulcanised rubber cameo style brooch £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

369 Two cast iron figures of Napoleon together with a further cast figure and a Victorian daguerreotype in relief case £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

370 A silver plated condiment set in the form of a vintage motor car, 20cm long £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

371 A silver sugar sifter with Tudor rose decoration, Birmingham 1916, makers mark of Albert Edward Jones, 17.5cm high £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

372 A silver sugar sifter on bun supports, Birmingham 1920, makers mark of Albert Edward Jones, 19cm high £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

373 A George III gold guinea 1779, now mounted as a pendant (milling comprised) £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

374 A Victorian ebonised walking stick with horn, possibly rhino horn, mounted handle, with silver ferrules £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

375 Two amber necklaces of graduated form together with a further amber brooch of circular form £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

376 A platinum wedding band with diamond chip decoration, 2grams together with a 9ct white gold cross over ring with diamond setting £70-80 (plus 24%BP*)

377 Three 9ct gold rings in various styles £80-100 (plus 24%BP*)

378 A small collection of silver and white metal rings with hard stone settings, mostly stamped 925 £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)



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379 A 19th Century carved bone cheroot holder in original case £50-60 (plus 24%BP*)

380 A George III silver coffee pot of baluster form, with hardwood handle and engraved crest London 1779, makers mark of Augustin Le Sage, 28cm tall £400-600 (plus 24%BP*)

381 A silver ladle with scallop shaped bowl, feather edge and engraved crest, London 1760, makers William Sumner and Richard Crossley, 170grams £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

384 A 9ct gold Rolex ladies wrist watch with matched 9ct gold strap, the case numbered 313492 £200-300 (plus 24%BP*) 383 A silver mounted wrist watch a pair of cased silver scissors and a silver vesta with engine turned decoration £50-70 (plus 24%BP*)

385 Two modern open silver dishes of plain form, 202grams and a pair of pepperettes £50-70 (plus 24%BP*)

386 A silver oval teapot with engraved decoration, Newcastle 1831, maker possibly David Darling, 28cm, 480grams approx. £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

387 A Victorian brooch with heart shaped turquoise and pearl setting, together with a white metal brooch with amethyst setting £50-70 (plus 24%BP*)

388 A quantity of various silver backed dressing table wares including mirrors and brushes £70-80 (plus 24%BP*)

389 A Czechoslovakia white metal cigarette case with engine turned and inlaid enamel decoration, stamped 800, 155grams £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

390 A small Czechoslovakia white metal card case with engine turned decoration, 57grams £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


382 A set of six silver coffee spoons with golf club emblems, 77grams £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


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391 A Czechoslovakia white metal card case with engine turned decoration and gilt panel, 140grams £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

392 A National service medal 1939-1960, together with a Belgium medal for the Order of the Leopold £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

393 A circular silver salt with gilded interior, London 1780 £50-70 (plus 24%BP*)

394 A white metal lipstick holder stamped 800, a white metal toothpick holder, stamped 925, and a white metal ear pick, stamped 925 £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

395 A collection of miscellaneous silver ware including Georgian style sugar basin, pepper pot, salt and two spoons, 476grams in all £80-100 (plus 24%BP*)

396 A set of twelve bone handled and silver plated fish knives and forks in original mahogany box £50-70 (plus 24%BP*)

397 A pair of cut glass perfume bottles with silver mounts £70-80 (plus 24%BP*)

398 A small half pint silver mug of shaped baluster form, Birmingham 1925, 185grams £50-70 (plus 24%BP*)

399 A set of six Victorian silver napkin rings with enamel decoration with birds and flowers etc, London 1884 £80-100 (plus 24%BP*)

400 A copper two handled large pan 43cm and a few other pieces of metalware £30-40 (plus 24%BP*)

401 Three silver vesta cases one with engine turned decoration, 125grams £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

402 A collection of miscellaneous silver and other wares including a small two handled trophy with chased decoration, 205grams, sauceboat, 144 grams, napkin ring, brush, perfume bottle etc £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)



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404 A brass carriage clock with swing handle and striking movement £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

405 A Victorian three draw brass telescope by Harris & Co of London, together with another three draw telescope £80-100 (plus 24%BP*)

406 A box of miscellaneous including small walnut bowl, hoof pin cushions, hip flask, carved softwood bear etc £80-100 (plus 24%BP*)

407 An 18ct gold and platinum ring with three stone crossover diamond setting £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

408 A pair Art Nouveau 9ct gold earrings with amethyst and seed pearl settings £120-150 (plus 24%BP*)

409 Two painted storage boxes a Victorian mahogany writing slope with brass painted decoration and two further boxes £80-100 (plus 24%BP*)

410 A small collection of Masonic badges a Ronson table lighter and a miniature Japanese salt £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

411 A porcupine quill box together with a snuff box £20-30 (plus 24%BP*)

412 A brass cased Aneroid barometer by Solomons of Dublin £40-50 (plus 24%BP*)

413 A small collection of miscellaneous silver and other condiments wine coaster, tortoiseshell box etc £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

414 A miscellaneous collection of various fans of various shapes and styles £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)


403 A miscellaneous collection of various plated ware including entree dishes, chamber sticks, flagons, cased fish eaters etc £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


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415 A large collection of various bone, turn wood lace bobbins, pins, lace panels etc £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

416 A set of five 22ct gold coins commemorating five Golden Jubilee Monarchs, limited edition of 100, this set number 56, each 39.94grams, in original presentation box and with related ephemera £4000-5000 (plus 24%BP*)

417 A suite of silver plated cutlery in original presentation box £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

418 An Edwardian oak cased mantel clock with two train movement, gilded dial and relief decoration £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

419 A pair of 19th Century brass jam pans with wrought iron handles, together with a copper and brass coal scuttle and shovel £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

420 A small collection of novelty glass cocktail stirrers £70-80 (plus 24%BP*)

421 A collection of silver spoons and tongs, a glass and silver top jar and a set ivory handled fish knives and forks, approx. 225grams £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

422 A silver deskstand with glass inkwell, by Mappin & Webb, 277grams,18cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

423 A silver two handled sugar basin London 1920, 295grams, 18cm across £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

425 A pair of silver plated chamber sticks sauceboats, plated teapot and a pair of silver teapot stands £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

426 A collection of silver to include silver sauceboat, two handled sugar basin, cream jug and various cruet pieces £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

424 A silver caster London 1928, 255grams, 21cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)



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427 A pair of pewter candlesticks 24.5cm £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

428 A silver two handled christening bowl and spoon 145grams, in a lined case £40-70 (plus 24%BP*)

429 Two silver christening mugs and a silver plated beaker with gilt interior, 145grams £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)

432 A French Egyptian revival bronze bust of Isis circa 1880 in the manner of Paul Auguste Gagne, 24cm high £400-600 (plus 24%BP*) 431 A collection of silver and plated condiment pieces and a set of six silver teaspoons cased, a gold ladies wrist watch, a silver half dollar mounted as a pendant and another set of silver teaspoons £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

433 A set of six silver teaspoons with individual British hall marks and one other cased set of mother of pearl handled tea knives and forks £40-70 (plus 24%BP*)

434 A tortoiseshell snuff box 19th Century painted to the lid with naked maiden on horseback with hussar bounding over a gate, 9cm across £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

435 A silver and tortoiseshell square cigarette box 8.25cm and a silver small frame (2) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

436 A silver milk jug London 1898, embossed with birds and flowers, 13cm £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

437 A silver and glass scent bottle of square form, 11cm £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

438 A Balinese carved hardwood bust of a girl 49cm high £40-70 (plus 24%BP*)


430 A Victorian condiment set inscribed and dated 1874 and a silver plated tea kettle on stand (2) £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)


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439 A Japanese bronze jardiniere circa 1900 £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

440 Two grand tour micro-mosaics depicting the Colosseum and St Peters Rome and four Pietra Dure panels £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

441 A Belgian pin fire revolver. £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

442 An antique percussion single barrel shot gun £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

443 A carved tribal door/panel 64cm x 43cm £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

444 Two Victorian scent bottles and a miniature stand in the form of a pug £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

446 An Egyptian turquoise necklace in a casket £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

447 Three Idris bowls largest 10.5cm and a terracotta figure reputedly from Nineveh, North Iraq, 3500BC, 14.5cm £200-300 (plus 24%BP*)

449 An Art Nouveau copper lamp a pair of plaster urns and a pair of Victorian velvet and etched glass mirrors £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

450 A tribal African bronze figure 20cm and a French gilt bronze model of monkey in harlequin costume, 13cm and a mahogany and brass telescope (3) £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

448 A pine wood box of Victorian architectural bricks and a group of ivory counters £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

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445 A glass cabinet with a group of objects comprising four ormolu lion’s paw feet, 19th Century, a bronze of a Virgin and Child, 17-18th Century, a Roman ewer purchased Rome 1896, a French commemorative medal, three glass specimen bottles and an ostrich egg £250-300 (plus 24%BP*)

452 A set of Salter spring balance scales Victorian iron and other metal ware pieces £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

453 A 19th Century English flintlock pistol by Fenton of London, 30cm £150-200 (plus 24%BP*)

454 A Continental possibly Russian jasper/bloodstone tazza classical urn form with gilt metal mounts and handles, 17cm across x 13.5cm high £300-500 (plus 24%BP*)

455 A Georgian silver on copper teapot of baluster form, with turned wood handle, marks for Matthew Boulton 19cm tall £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

456 A Victorian brass box in the form of the two of the crusaders, in the Gothic manner £70-80 (plus 24%BP*)

457 A silver plated tray with engraved decoration together with Georgian candle snuffer with gadrooned border, London 1817 £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

458 A silver vesta box and candle stand reproduction silver spoon, two silver keys, silver mustard spoons, snuff bottle etc £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

459 A 19th Century set carved ivory chess men £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)

460 A cased set of 19th Century iron scissors £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

461 A Japanese white metal cigarette case with etched landscape scene decoration, 98grams £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

462 A pair of Georgian treen snuff shoes £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)


451 An Art Deco glass decanter with silver neck, 29cm high £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)


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463 A pair of 18th Century flintlock pistols by Clark of Holborn, London, 16.5cm £300-400 (plus 24%BP*)

464 A set of five fiddle pattern silver table spoons London 1825, 369grams £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)

465 Two Georgian silver Old English pattern serving spoons 137grams £50-70 (plus 24%BP*)

466 A Victorian mahogany cribbage board inlaid with ivory and box wood, together with a set Victorian draughts in mahogany box £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

467 A French brass carriage clock with gilt and enamel dial, and alarm mechanism £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

468 A graduated cornelian bead necklace £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

469 A 19th Century bass miners lamp The Protector Lamp Lighting Company Type No 6, 24cm without handle £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

470 An Edwardian mahogany mantel clock of square cut form with two train movement £60-80 (plus 24%BP*)

471 A Victorian brass tea caddy No 25, 18cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

472 A set of silver coffee bean spoons a silver plated mustard pot in the form of a barrel, plated spoons, silver spoons etc £50-60 (plus 24%BP*)

473 A Celtic style silver brooch of heart shaped form, a hard stone brooch of oval form and a silver brooch and earring set of stylised form £50-60 (plus 24%BP*)

474 A Chinese white metal mustard pot of hexagonal form, together with two Chinese white metal pepper pots, 208grams in all £50-80 (plus 24%BP*)



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475 An 18ct gold necklace of stylised form, stamp 750, 43grams £600-800 (plus 24%BP*)

477 A 1920s pottery French table lamp 61cm £20-40 (plus 24%BP*)

478 A silver plated salver 19th Century with raised relief border £50-70 (plus 24%BP*)

479 A Victorian mahogany tea caddy 33.5cm £30-40 (plus 24%BP*)

480 A Schalz Holosteric compensated barometer 16cm and a Seth Thomas ships clock, 17.5cm diameter £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

481 A Victorian wall barometer and thermometer 60cm £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

482 Three antique pewter chargers largest 42cm £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

483 A 19th Century mahogany swing toilet mirror 41cm high x 28cm across £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

484 A Victorian papier mâché desk stand 41cm £30-40 (plus 24%BP*)


476 A ladies stainless steel Girard-Perregaux ladies wristwatch, in original box and with her guarantee £100-150 (plus 24%BP*)


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485 A Victorian terracotta roofing tile 55cm high £50-100 (plus 24%BP*)

488 Two silver sauceboats 238grams £70-100 (plus 24%BP*)

489 An Eastern dagger with turquoise and silver metal scabbard and horn handle £40-60 (plus 24%BP*)

490 A silver tea strainer and stand a three piece cruet and silver mustard spoon £30-50 (plus 24%BP*)

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487 A silver caster Birmingham 1934, 163grams £80-120 (plus 24%BP*)

486 A silver oval embossed basket Birmingham 1902, 334grams £100-200 (plus 24%BP*)




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

10. COMMISSION AND TELEPHONE BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf or by telephone. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot. 14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale. GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17 (1) any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions. ENDANGERED SPECIES LAWS Due to international laws, any item on the Endangered species list (i.e. Ivory, Rhino horn etc.), whether it dates from the 18th/19th Century or the 1930s, requires re-export permits for bidders outside the EU (CITES). Some countries also require import permits as well and all permits must be in place prior to shipment. Mallams cannot be held liable if a purchaser buys a lot that comes within this field and then import/export licences cannot be arranged. Certain countries, particularly the USA, have their own Endangered Species Act (USESA) and possession or being involved in a commercial transaction with any item on this list can be an offence for a US resident. Therefore, it is the potential buyers responsibility to check Federal regulations before bidding for a lot, which comes under these or similar regulations. Please note no license is required to sell or advertise within the EU if items are pre-1947. ONLINE BIDDING Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers offer an online bidding service via for bidders who cannot attend the sale. 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Indian & Islamic Art Wednesday 12th September Closing Date for entries Wednesday 22nd August

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Chinese & Japanese Art

Wednesday 24th & Thursday 25th October Closing Date for entries Friday 28th September

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