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Mallams

THE SUMMER SALE Wednesday 24th August 2016 OXFORD


28th September 2016 OXFORD

Mallams

The Oxford Library Sale Library furniture, antiquarian and modern books & bindings, tribal art, photography & cartography, rugs, textiles, & works of art. Including The Library & Tribal Art Collection of Professor Raymond Inskeep, formerly Assistant Curator of the Pitt Rivers Museum.

Appropriate entries invited. Closing date 7 September. Email: oxford@mallams.co.uk 01865 241358

Illustrated: A South African ‘Bushman’ ostrich egg www.mallams.co.uk


Mallams THE SUMMER SALE To include a Private Collection of Scottish Silver and Jewellery Wednesday 24th August 2016 at 11am Oxford Viewing Saturday 20th August 9am – 1pm Monday 22nd and Tuesday 23rd August 9am – 5pm And the morning of the sale

Auction Mallams Auctioneers Bocardo House 24a St. Michael’s Street Oxford OX1 2EB Bids 01865 241358 01865 725483 (fax) To bid via the internet please go to www.the-saleroom.com

Enquiries Jewellery & Watches Louise Dennis FGA DGA louise.dennis@mallams.co.uk Silver & Objets de Vertu Benjamin Fitzmaurice oxford@mallams.co.uk

Ceramics, Glass, Metalware & Furniture Jack Stinson jack.stinson@mallams.co.uk Condition Reports oxford2@mallams.co.uk Front Cover – Lot 723


Mallams Order of Sale Ceramics, Glass, Metalware & Furniture

1 - 200

Jewellery

201 - 407

Coins & Medals

408 - 423

Watches

424 - 460

Objets de Vertu

470 – 509

A Private Collection of Scottish Silver & Jewellery

520 – 568

Silver

570 – 768

Condition Reports and Images: oxford2@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.


CERAMICS, GLASS, METALWARE & FURNITURE Lots 1 – 200


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

1. AN ARTS & CRAFTS BEATEN PEWTER HALL MIRROR with stylised decoration and blue enamel plaque, 38 x 24cm £150-250

2. A HEAVY GLASS PAPERWEIGHT with simulated wave decoration, 12.5cm high £50-150

3. A 19TH CENTURY RECTANGULAR PAINTING ON METAL of dancers in the style of Angelica Kauffmann, 44 x 18cm £100-200

4. A BEATEN PEWTER LEAF SHAPED TRAY in the manner of WMF decorated two girls in profile, 23 x 22cm and an Art Nouveau pressed pewter dish with grapevine decoration, 15cm diameter (2)

5. A FRENCH PORCELAIN DISH, the central panel painted with the coronation of Josephine by Napoleon within a green ground greek key border and giltwood outer frame, 39cm diameter £150-250

6. A COLLECTION TO INCLUDE a Georgian silver punch ladle inset coin, a horn mull, a pair of Art Nouveau beaten brass two handle cylindrical vases, 52cm high, and a cut glass powder jar (5) £50-100

7. A PAINTED METAL DOOR STOP in the form of a Scots guard, 38cm high and another Admiral Lord Nelson on a stepped base, 41cm high (2)

8. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY APOTHECARIES BOX with eleven glass bottles and pestle and mortar, inset brass handle, 27cm wide £100-200

9. A VICTORIAN OAK APOTHECARIES BOX fitted an arrangement of bottles and jars labelled for John C. Browne, Chemist and Dentist of Leeds, 32cm wide £100-200

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10. A CONTINENTAL ART NOUVEAU METAL BOWL in the form of a naked girl and gourd, 30cm long, a pressed copper tray with grapevine decoration, 41cm and a silver plated ink stand in the form of a bust of Queen Victoria on a square plinth, 18cm high (3) £50-100

11. A COLLECTION OF METALWARE TO INCLUDE an Indian pressed circular dish with trailing flower motif, 49cm diameter, a silver plated salver with gadrooned edge, 37cm diameter, three further trays and five antique plated candlesticks, approximately 30cm high (10) £50-150

12. AN ART NOUVEAU BEATEN COPPER WROUGHT IRON ASPIDISTRA STAND on triform base, 97cm high

13. A CONTINENTAL ART NOUVEAU PEWTER THREE BRANCH CANDELABRA in the form of a girl with her arms aloft, 56cm high £100-200

14. A PAIR OF GLASS SPIRIT DECANTERS with stoppers in a walnut domed top box with inset brass handle, 20.5cm wide £50-100

15. A GEORGE III MAHOGANY APOTHECARIES BOX fitted sixteen bottles, the drawer with scales, measuring jar etc, with inset brass handles, 17cm square £100-200

16. AN ANTIQUE HEAVY LEAD TEA CADDY with loose cover and figure decoration, 20cm high £50-100

17. AN OLD SCHWEPPES LIMITED PORCELAIN LINED SODA SYPHON, Patent No. 24578, a red glass cocktail shaker with chromium lid, 29cm and a green glass Napoleon Brandy bottle with seal (3) £40-80

18. A FRENCH ROSEWOOD AND MARQUETRY INLAID MANTEL CLOCK with striking mechanism, the circular enamelled dial signed Le Roy a Paris and brass carrying handle, 21cm high, and an American mantel clock with painted glass door, 36cm high (2) £40-60

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19. A WHITE MARBLE TABLE LAMP of classical urn form on a square stepped base, 46cm high £30-60

20. NORMAN STUART CLARKE An iridescent tapering glass vase with snowflake decoration, dated ‘87, 21cm wide, an Alum Bay iridescent cylindrical glass vase, 25cm high and a further coloured glass vase, 21cm (3) £100-200

21. A STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY FIGURE of Nelson, 28cm high, another pottery jug of Wellington, 18cm high, and another seated man with lamp, 24cm high (3) £50-100

22. A COLLECTION OF FORTY TWO COMMEMORATIVE CERAMIC AND GLASS PLATES, late 19th to late 20th Century, varying factories £100-200

23. A COLLECTION OF ELEVEN VICTORIAN AND LATER COMMEMORATIVE AND PICTORIAL JUGS, varying factories and size £30-50

24. A PAIR OF RED ENAMEL CIRCULAR BOWLS by Krenit, Denmark, 38.5cm diameter £30-60

25. A JAPANESE PORCELAIN AND GILT METAL MOUNTED OIL LAMP with white glass shade, 69cm high overall, another milk glass oil lamp, 50cm high, and a brass samovar converted to an oil lamp, 55cm high (3) £40-80

26. A CONTINENTAL GREEN GROUND PORCELAIN TABLE LAMP decorated figures walking in the Alps, 43cm high ex shade £30-60

27. A SET OF FOUR 19TH CENTURY BLUE GLASS CYLINDRICAL DRUG JARS with painted identification to include Dent.sapo, mag. calc.l, fer.sul.p the fourth partially erased, some variation in height approx. 36cm £100-200

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28. AN ITALIAN POTTERY CYLINDRICAL DRUG JAR painted angel decoration and identified as c.fl.salvae, 21cm high, a 19th Century cylindrical blue glass drug jar identified as a.q.cinnan, 56cm high; together with a collection of eight blue and clear glass medicine drug jars, a jug, vase and a patent night light (10) £100-200

29. A GILT METAL OVAL HANGING WALL MIRROR with classical cherub and urn decoration, 40 x 25cm, and a French painted Spelter bust of a girl on marble plinth, 55cm high for restoration (2) £20-50

30. A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED OIL LAMP of classical urn form with rams head mounts on circular base with a modern green glass shade, 40cm high ex shade £40-80

31. AN ART DECO STYLE METAL LAMP in the form of a girl with ball, with coloured glass shade, 57cm high, another metal lamp, opaque glass spirit bottles, and a Louis Bustanoby Forbidden Fruit Liqueur bottle, 15cm high (5) £40-80

32. A VICTORIAN DOME GLASS DISPLAY of tropical birds under a glass dome, approximately 44cm high £50-150

33. AN ART NOUVEAU WROUGHT IRON AND COPPER MOUNTED STANDARD OIL LAMP, 146cm high, an Edwardian mahogany Aspidistra stand on three splay legs, 91cm high, and a torchere with barley twist supports, 121cm high (3) £50-150

34. A MODERN CHROMIUM PLATED FIVE TIER DISPLAY STAND with shaped cornice and tapering supports, 87cm wide x 33.5cm deep x 190cm high £70-150

35. A MAHOGANY FOUR TIER CORNER WHATNOT with carved and turned decoration, 149cm high x 53cm wide £50-150

36. A CONTINENTAL GILTWOOD SERPENTINE CONSOLE TABLE with marble top and monopod support, 72cm wide £100-200

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38. A GILTWOOD OVERMANTEL MIRROR with beaded decoration, 110 x 77cm, and an oval gilt frame hanging wall mirror, 61 x 50cm (2) £40-80

39. A GLASS AND CHRONIUM PLATED MOUNTED PILLAR DISPLAY CABINET fitted three shelves on castors, 152cm high x 40cm deep

Lot 38 37. A SATINWOOD WALL DISPLAY CABINET, the interior fitted two glass shelves and with brass mounted pediment, 45cm wide x 78cm high x 27cm deep £100-200

40. A PAIR OF COLOURED PRINTS of dancers after Sir William Russell Flint, 28 x 17.5cm and a watercolour of a Spanish Village by R. Thurston, 27 x 34cm (3) £30-60

41. A ROYAL DOULTON CHARACTER JUG, Field Marshal the Rt Hon J.C. Smuts, Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa, 17.5cm high £400-500

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42. A MEISSEN BLUE AND WHITE MINIATURE TEA POT AND COVER, with gilt heightened rose finial, 7cm high, with a pair of matching miniature coffee cans and saucers, a pair of Meissen blue and white miniature twin handled vases and covers, and two Meissen blue and white basket weave dishes (12) £100-150

43. A GERMAN PORCELAIN MINIATURE TEAPOT AND COVER, painted with quayside scenes, 7cm high; and a collection of continental cabinet porcelain comprising a pair of figures of a boy and girl, a cup, cover and saucer, painted with alternating panels of courting couples and flowers, a hand bell, and a Samson type vase and cover (10) £60-80


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44. A COALPORT TWIN HANDLED VASE, the gilt heightened blue ground painted with reserves of a Thames view and flowers, 35cm wide; a pair of Grainger’s Worcester globular vases, painted with landscapes and with gilt serpent handles (one AF), a similar cabinet plate, painted with a chateau in a landscape, and a pair of Wedgwood twin handled vases (6) £100-150

45. A SANDSTONE ARCHITECTURAL FRIEZE, carved with a repeated quatrefoil and flower head design, 86cm long £100-150

46. A COLLECTION OF SEVEN VICTORIAN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT AND OTHER TILES, with stylised floral and foliate decoration, each framed (7) £100-150

47. A LATE 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN PART TEA SERVICE, of spirally lobed design with gilt decoration, comprising teapot, cover and stand, sucrier and cover, milk jug, eleven tea bowls, nine saucers and a plate, teapot 18cm high £50-70

48. AN INDIAN CARVED SANDALWOOD SPICE BOX, the white metal fitted interior engraved with stylised foliage, and with five removable lidded compartments, 22cm wide overall £180-220

49. A BERLIN KPM PORCELAIN LARGE BOWL, painted with lobsters and other creatures, and having scallop twin handles, 26.5cm diameter £30-50

50. AN INDIAN LATE 19TH CENTURY CARVED SANDALWOOD, BONE AND MOTHER OF PEARL INLAID WRITING BOX, with raised lidded superstructure enclosing fitted interior, and hinged fold out writing slope below, 39.5cm wide £50-80

51. A 20TH CENTURY WHITE CERAMIC TILE depicting naked figures embracing, 23 x 20cm within a gilt three dimensional glazed frame £40-80

52. AN EARLY COPPER AND WOODEN HERALDIC PRINTING PLATE, perhaps late 17th Century, English, 28 x 16cm mounted on a wooden plinth, a circular painted wooden Coat of Arms with motto Esse Quam Videri, 28cm diameter, and a WWI memorial plaque for Thomas King in a circular oak frame (3) £80-150

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53. A PAIR OF WAX RELIEF SILHOUETTE PORTRAITS of Emma, Lady Hamilton and Admiral Lord Nelson by Leslie Ray in maple wood frames, 18 x 14.5cm (2) £30-50

54. A PAIR OF OLD LEATHER AND IRON STIRRUPS, a continental green glass bottle with snakes head ornament, 24cm high, and a further blue glass jug with oblate base, 14.5cm high (4) £40-80

55. AN INUIT CARVED STONE FIGURE of a man trudging through snow, 17cm high £30-50

56. A JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ OBLATE BOWL with polychrome dragon and foliate decoration, four character mark and hardwood stand, 29cm diameter £50-150

57. AN 18TH CENTURY DUTCH POLYCHROME POTTERY DISH decorated with a central urn of flowers, 30cm diameter; and a Persian polychrome pottery baluster vase, 56cm high (2) £70-150

58. A SPODE NEW FAYENCE ARMORIAL PART DINNER SERVICE consisting of large serving dish, a pair of tureens, a sauce tureen and stand and fifteen plates (21) £70-150

59. A COLLECTION OF NINE PORCELAIN PLATES from varying factories, each with a central heraldic armorial, 25cm diameter and smaller £50-100

60. A CHINESE PORCELAIN RECTANGULAR BOX AND COVER with armorial decoration, 11cm wide; a turquoise ground dragon plate, 25cm diameter; and four further oriental plates, each with armorials (6) £40-80

61. A GROUP OF TEN PIECES OF COPPERWARE TO INCLUDE a large English kettle, 35cm high, a pair of baluster jugs, 38cm high and an Eastern jug with dragon head spout (10) £50-150

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62. ENGLISH SCHOOL Harvest scene with wheat sheaves, signed W Greaves and dated 1915 on canvas, 29 x 39cm; panoramic view of a lake scene with fishermen, oil on canvas, 30 x 61cm; and a watercolour of a lake scene with boats, signed David Cox 1836, 24 x 35cm (3) £100-200

63. BERNARD DUFOUR (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL) A study of a street scene with drinking fountain, oil on board, 53 x 36cm, another, two girls sitting on a stone bench, 44 x 31cm, another, two girls with bouquet of flowers, 44 x 31cm (3) £100-200

64. A PAIR OF ORIENTAL BLACK LACQUERED STOOLS with inlaid decoration, 45cm high; a Chinese scroll painting of cherry blossom, signed, 98 x 32cm; a rectangular lacquered panel, 92 x 31cm; and an Indian engraved circular brass tray on folding stand (6) £50-150

65. AN OAK CUTLERY CANTEEN BOX fitted ten interior shelves with inset brass handles and panelled doors, 66cm wide; together with an antique clock hood with later carved grapevine decoration, 38cm wide (2) £40-80

66. A CONTEMPORARY WALNUT DISPLAY TABLE, with inlaid and box string glazed top and single frieze drawers, on square legs, 78cm £80-120

67. A 20TH CENTURY YEW WOOD CIRCULAR OCCASIONAL TABLE, with crossbanded top, on turned column and tripod base, 60cm diameter £100-180

68. A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT WALL CABINET, having domed top above a glazed door depicting figures in a classical garden, above three mirror backed open shelves with moulded glass dividers, 59cm wide £150-200

69. AN ARTS & CRAFTS LIBERTY STYLE OAK SIDE TABLE on turned supports with trellis ends and two under tiers, 64cm wide £120-160

70. AN ARTS & CRAFTS OAK OPEN ARMCHAIR with panelled back, studded upholstered seat and shaped arms, on turned legs and stretchers £80-120

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71. A MID VICTORIAN FIGURED WALNUT DAVENPORT, the hinged leather inset top enclosed fitted maple interior, above four real and four opposing dummy drawers, on bun feet, 58.5cm wide £150-200

72. A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD FOUR TIER WHATNOT, the shaped tiers with barley twist turned supports on castors, 43cm wide £150-200

73. A 19TH CENTURY SATINWOOD AND ROSEWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE with single frieze drawer, on simulated rosewood lobed column and tripod base with gilt gesso foliate and scroll decoration, 50cm wide £100-150

74. A MAHOGANY CASED BAROGRAPH, by Negretti & Zambra, London, 36cm wide £100-150

75. A LATE 19TH CENTURY POTTERY JARDINIERE AND STAND, blue glazed and with lily and leaf moulded borders, 93cm high overall £30-50

76. A CHINESE LATE 19TH CENTURY BOWL decorated in under glaze blue, voi red, green and gilt with pavilions in a landscape and a dragon, 31.5cm diameter £100-150

77. A PAIR OF ROYAL DOULTON SERIES WARE JARDINIERES AND STANDS decorated with continuous hunting scenes, D1698, 76.5cm high overall (4) £250-350

78. A LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT MANTEL CLOCK having turquoise glazed, florally painted and gilt heightened porcelain dial flanked by a figure of a shepherdess and lamb, the shaped base inset with further porcelain plaques, on beaded gilt shaped base with a glass dome £150-200

79. A PAIR OF BLUE OVERLAID CUT GLASS DECANTERS AND STOPPERS, with silver mounts, 30cm high; a cut glass ship’s decanter and stopper; and a pair of silver mounted glass spill vases (5) £60-80

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80. A FOSSILISED STONE SCULPTURE, 29.5cm high; and a pair of agate book ends (3) £30-50

81. A 19TH CENTURY TREEN WOOL WINDER on turned base, 27cm high £60-80

82. A PAIR OF DRESDEN BALUSTER VASES AND COVERS painted with alternating panels of courting couples and blue ground floral sprays, 28cm high (4) £50-70

83. A PAIR OF WHITE OVERLAID CRANBERRY GLASS TABLE LAMPS with faceted, florally painted and gilt heightened decoration, 29cm high (2) £30-50

84. A PAIR OF CHINESE BUFF CRACKLE GLAZED BALUSTER VASES with bronzed twin mask handles, seal marks, 16cm high; a pair of Japanese Satsuma vases with typical panels of decoration; and a baluster vase and cover painted with birds and flowering trees (6) £100-150

85. A MOORCROFT HIBISCUS PATTERN CIRCULAR PLATTER, signed and with impressed mark and paper label, 31cm diameter £80-120

86. A MOORCROFT AQUITAINE PATTERN VASE by Emma Bossans, Limited Edition No. 41/250, painted and impressed marks, 23.5cm high £150-200

87. A PAIR OF MOORCROFT QUIET WATERS PATTERN BALUSTER VASES by Philip Gibson, painted and impressed marks, 26cm high (2) £300-400

88. A PAIR OF MOORCROFT ELOUNDA PATTERN VASES by Alicia Arnison, Limited Edition No. 143/350, painted and impressed marks, 22cm high (2) £250-300

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89. A MOORCROFT ANNA LILY PATTERN TABLE LAMP by Nicola Slaney, 21cm high overall £120-160

90. A MOORCROFT FLORAL PATTERN VASE, impressed and painted marks, and monogram DSM, 17cm high £100-150

91. A LALIQUE GLASS PAPERWEIGHT modelled as a bison, the rectangular plinth base with engraved signature ‘Lalique France’, 12.5cm long £50-70

92. A FRENCH PORCELAIN LATE 18TH CENTURY TWIN HANDLED BOWL AND COVER painted with sprays of flowers, the cover with curled leaf finial, 13cm high £40-60

93. A PAIR OF ROYAL CROWN DERBY VASES, the ivory ground with a blue glazed trellis design deavily gilt decorated with stylised flowering foliage, 20.5cm high (2) £80-120

94. A ROYAL WORCESTER POT POURRI VASE AND COVER, painted with highland cattle in a mountainous landscape by James Stinton, above a gilt heightened basket weave frieze, having pierced cover and inner lid, No. 1286, 20cm high overall £300-400

95. A ROYAL WORCESTER IVORY GROUND JUG painted and gilt decorated with flowers, No. 1094, 13.5cm high; a similar miniature three handled mug or tyg, painted with songbirds, 4cm; and a pair of similar small leaf dishes (4) £80-120

96. AN 18TH CENTURY LIVERPOOL BLUE AND WHITE BOWL painted with chinoiserie scenes, 16cm diameter; and an 18th Century English porcelain blue and white sauce boat, possibly Worcester (2) £70-90

97. A 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN FIGURE of a young man, sending a love letter with a dove, a sheep at his feet, 19cm high £80-120

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98. A 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN FIGURE GROUP of two putti, on gilt heightened base, 11.5cm high £80-120

99. A 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN FIGURE of a young boy with fishing net and fish, a wicker creel with crayfish by his side, 10.5cm high £100-150

100. A 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN PEACH SHAPED JAR AND COVER, the gilt ground painted with reserves of courting couples and sprigs of flowers, 9.5cm high; and a Meissen plate, moulded and gilt heightened with exotic birds and floral garlands, 22.5cm (2) £60-80

101. A 19TH CENTURY DERBY PART DESSERT SERVICE painted and gilt heightened with stylised foliate borders, comprising a low comport, dish, two plates, and a trio, puce marks, another similar blue and gilt trio, a similar coffee can and saucer, and two 19th Century blue and gilt decorated sucriers and covers (qty) £50-80

102. AN 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN TEAPOT AND COVER of globular form painted with flowers in the Chinese famille rose manner, 14.5cm high; and a blue and white coffee pot and cover painted with chinoiserie scenes (4) £50-80

104. A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL GLASS EWERS with embossed pewter mounts and handles, 21.5cm high, a pair of brown glass flagons, and various pieces of coloured glass, ashtrays etc (qty) £30-50

105. A CHINESE LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY BLUE AND WHITE GLOBULAR TEAPOT AND COVER, painted with flowers and trees, 13.5cm high, a 19th Century Chinese blue and white baluster vase painted with a rider in a landscape, six character mark, 11cm high, and a Chinese blue and white cream jug, and three similar plates (7) £80-120

106. A COPENHAGEN DAHL JENSEN FIGURE, girl from Sierra Leone, No. 1117, 24.5cm high; a Bing & Gerondahl figure of a fisher boy, another of a seated dog, and a pair of Royal Copenhagen vases (5) £100-150

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107. A 1960’S/70’S POOLE POTTERY VASE, the deep red glaze with abstract colour design, 22.5cm high; and a Poole pottery flowering vase (2) £30-50

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108. A COALPORT LIMITED EDITION COMMEMORATIVE VASE AND COVER for the 1977 Silver Jubilee, painted with a cathedral by N Lear on a gilt heightened blue ground, No. 165/200, 25cm high £40-60

109. A DELFT PLATE painted in blue with flowers and foliage, 22cm wide; and a blue and white tin glazed jug (2) £30-40

110. A PAIR OF LATE 19TH CENTURY MEISSEN PLATES with basket weave borders, painted with floral sprays, 24.5cm diameter; and a pair of matching soup plates (4) £40-60

111. A CHINESE REVERSE PAINTED SCENT BOTTLE AND STOPPER of double gourd shape, three further Chinese scent bottles, and one other (5) £30-50

112. A 19TH CENTURY SPODE SHAPED DISH, centred with a painted armorial ‘A Deo Lux Nostra’, within gilt border, 24cm long; a Spode stone China bowl, and a pair of late 19th Century porcelain trefoil shaped stands, painted with butterflies and flowers (4) £30-50

113. A LATE 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL BISQUE FIGURE of a cherub on a florally encrusted chariot, three further continental figures, a similar figural candlestick, a Prattware plate, various 18th and 19th Century tea bowls, cups and saucers, including some Derby, and other decorative items (qty) £60-100

115. A REGENCY ROSEWOOD TEAPOY converted to a work box on brass claw feet, 36cm wide; and a rectangular dressing stool, 46cm wide (2) £50-100

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114. AN ANTIQUE OAK FOOD HUTCH with one shelf enclosed by two doors with ring turned slats and metal hinges, 63cm wide x 58cm high £100-200

116. AN AFGHAN RED GROUND RUG, two rows of medallions within a multiple border, 171 x 116cm £40-80


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117. AN OLD BELOUCH PRAYER RUG, 137 x 106cm; and an Afghan mat, 88 x 72cm (2) £30-60

118. AN AFGHAN RED GROUND HORSE BLANKET with panel decoration, multiple border and flat weave back, 179 x 104cm £100-200

119. A LARGE CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE of Quan Yin with flowing robes and on a naturalistic base, 97cm high £150-250

120. A PAIR OF FRENCH GILT BRASS AND PORCELAIN MOUNTED CANDELABRA decorated cherubs and flowers, 36cm high (2) £120-180

121. A 17TH CENTURY IRON AND WOODEN CANDLESTICK of wrythen form on a tapering base, 22cm high £30-60

122. A CONTINENTAL BRONZE MODEL of a Gothic statue with eagle finial and hexagonal base, 44cm high £150-250

123. A CIGAR HUMIDOR and three book box files with leather spines (4) £80-120

124. AN ARTS & CRAFTS BEATEN BRASS ALMS DISH with thistle decoration, 39cm diameter and another with central fleur de lys, 35cm diameter (2) £120-180

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125. A GILT FRAME THREE DIMENSIONAL MINIATURE DISPLAY CABINET with glass panel and scroll surround, 44 x 31cm £30-60

126. A SPECIMEN WOOD CIRCULAR TABLE TOP with radiating veneers and crossbanded surround, 41cm diameter £60-80

127. AN INDIAN RECTANGULAR SILK WORK PANEL decorated a palace within grapevine surround, 140 x 50cm £40-80

128. A VICTORIAN WOOL WORK PICTURE of a church with cottages in foreground, 31 x 43cm £40-80

129. A PAIR OF CHINESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER VASES, each with cover and kylin finial, 50cm high (2) £150-250

130. A CHINESE HARDWOOD URN STAND with inset marble top, carved decoration and splay legs, 76cm high £150-200

131. A FLORENTINE MAIOLICA POTTERY TWO HANDLE JAR with symbolic armorial within a scrolling foliate ground, 24cm high £70-150

132. A DUTCH GREEN GLASS WINE BOTTLE decorated with a portrait of Vice Admiral Pieter Flors (The subject was an admiral in the Dutch Navy circa 1650), 24cm high £80-150

133. A WEDGWOOD GREEN POTTERY PORCUPINE DISH AND COVER of serpentine form, 22cm long £80-120

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134. AN AUSTRIAN BERGMAN COLD CAST BRONZE MODEL of a hunter with bridle and saddle, 18cm high x 23cm long £300-500

135.THÉORDORE GECHTER (1796-1841) A bronze study of a work horse on a naturalistic base, signed, 19cm high x 21cm wide (also illustrated on page 3) £300-500

136. A WEDGWOOD WHITE POTTERY JUG decorated a hunting scene in monochrome, 17cm high £70-90

137. A GEORGIAN STYLE APPRENTICE MINIATURE MAHOGANY TRIPOD TABLE with circular top and baluster column, 27cm high x 18cm diameter £50-100

138. WILLIAM JOHN NEWTON (1785-1869) Three quarter length miniature portrait of Miss Harriett Marsh, the subject with gold chain and midnight blue velvet dress, see inscription verso dated 1837, 16 x 11cm in gilt frame £200-300

139. A BOHEMIAN OVAL AMBER GLASS BOWL with finely cut foliate decoration and star base, 25cm wide £150-250

140. A WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN MASK JUG with scroll handle and butterfly and summer flower decoration, crescent mark, 23cm high £100-200

141. A CARVED GROUP OF The Last Supper after Leonardo Da Vinci by Andreas Lang Petrus dated 1922, 45cm long £250-350

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143. A 19TH CENTURY METAL PLAQUE depicting The Last Supper with inscription in Latin, 36 x 65cm in a broad oak frame £100-200

142. A MEDIEVAL STYLE MACHINE MADE TAPESTRY depicting figures in a wooded landscape within a foliate border, 184 x 122cm £50-150

144. A TROIKA, ST IVES, BLUE CERAMIC RECTANGULAR POT with stylised flower head decoration, 12cm high £30-50

145. A CONTINENTAL EBONISED AND SILVER MOUNTED JEWELLERY CASKET with hinged rising lid and strap work decoration, 15.5cm wide £60-80

146. A FRENCH ROCOCO ORMOLU JARDINIERE with metal liner with trellis decoration and scroll supports, 40cm wide £200-400

147. A MAHOGANY CORRESPONDENCE CABINET with panel door on a plinth base, 30cm wide; and a brass expanding shaving mirror (2) £30-50

148. A PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY FIGURES with Ayrshire cows on naturalistic bases, 15cm wide (2) £40-80

149. A GRADUATED SET OF THREE MODERN ORIENTAL RECTANGULAR OCCASIONAL TABLES, 50cm and smaller (3) £50-100

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150. A PAIR OF ORIENTAL FEATHER PICTURES of pheasants, each bird sitting on a branch, framed (2) £100-200

151. A DUTCH BRASS CYLINDRICAL UMBRELLA STAND with embossed figure decoration, 66cm high £70-90

152. A COLLECTION OF THIRTY FOUR BRASS BELL WEIGHTS of varying size £250-350

153. A BRONZE MODEL of a kingfisher on a naturalistic base, 22cm high £80-120

154. A PAIR OF MODERN CHINESE HARDWOOD CONSERVATORY SEATS of barrel form, 44cm high (2) £100-200

155. A PAIR OF CHINESE BRONZE AND CLOISONNÉ INLAID BALUSTER VASES with dragon head ring handles, 31cm high (2) £150-250

156. A PAIR OF OLD SILVER PLATED CANDLESTICKS of tapering form with gadrooned edges, 5cm high (2) £20-40

157. A PAIR OF GILTWOOD WALL SCONCES each in the form of a spray of roses, 30cm wide (2) £30-50

158. A PAIR OF FRENCH ORMOLU AND PORCELAIN MOUNTED FOUR LIGHT CANDELABRA decorated panels of flowers and on rococo supports, 39cm high (2) £150-250

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159. A PAIR OF ORIENTAL BRONZE INCENSE BURNERS, each supported by elephant tusks on circular bases, 29cm high (2) £200-300

160. AN ORIENTAL BRONZE BALUSTER VASE with applied roaring dragon decoration on a circular base £150-250

161. AN ORIENTAL BRONZE JARDINIERE with applied bird decoration and of tapering form, 29cm diameter £100-200

162. A GEORGIAN BRASS KETTLE STAND of two tier pierced form with monopod support, 32cm wide; together with a silvered rectangular kettle stand, 56cm (2) £100-200

163. AN 18TH CENTURY FRENCH ‘BOULLE’ CLOCK BRACKET with brass inlaid decoration and rococo mounts, 42cm wide £100-200

164. AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY INLAID COAL PURDONIUM with floral swag decoration and carrying handles, 31cm wide £200-300 165. A WEATHERED RECONSTITUTED STONE STATUE in the form of a cherub paying symbols, 100cm high £150-250

166. A LARGE 20TH CENTURY ROCKING HORSE, possibly by Lines & Co, the head slightly turned to the right with painted decoration and on a wooden stand, approximately 140cm long x 118cm high £400-600

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168. A MAHOGANY MANTEL CLOCK striking on a gong with steel dial and inset blue glass panels, 26cm high £150-250

169. A LARGE SILVER PLATED TWO HANDLE BUTLERS TRAY by Joseph Rogers & Sons of Sheffield with gadrooned and scallop shell ornament, 67cm wide £50-150

170. A PAIR OF FRENCH GILT BRASS CANDLESTICKS with rococo cherub design, stamped Susse Fils, 18cm high (2) £150-250

171. A CHINESE YELLOW GROUND BOWL, Guanxu, late 19th Century, 23cm diameter and a modern oval Chinese dish, 54cm wide (2) £60-80

172. A PAIR OF JAPANESE PALE BLUE GROUND CLOISONNÉ DISHES with central flying stork motif, 31cm diameter £50-80

173. A PAIR OF REGENCY STYLE POLISHED BRONZE CANDLESTICKS of lyre form, 15.5cm high and a pair of antique brass candlesticks of tapering form on circular bases, 26.5cm high (4) £70-150

174. A TURKISH, OTTOMAN, SILVER FRAMED HAREM MIRROR with bird finial and stylised foliate decoration in shields, 29cm diameter; and a Turkish incense burner of fruit form with pierced base, 11cm high (2) £100-200

175. A 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SILVERED BRONZE PUTTI with tied hands and quiver on a rouge marble plinth, 11cm high £50-80

176. AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE CAST BRONZE INCENSE BURNER AND COVER decorated dragons in clouds, 27cm across x 17cm high £100-200

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177. A LATE 18TH CENTURY FRENCH ORMOLU CASED LYRE CLOCK with white enamel dial, 25cm high; together with an Italian bronze architectural fitting in the form of a putti, 21cm high (2) £50-80

178. AN 18TH CENTURY CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN GINGER JAR with crackle glaze and decorated deer and bird amongst foliage, 21.5cm high £200-400

179. AN 18TH CENTURY TURKISH POTTERY BLUE AND WHITE DISH with figure decoration, 22cm diameter; and a Turkish tea bowl and saucer with polychrome decoration (3) £200-300

180. AN 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN CIRCULAR BOWL with blue and white Chinese landscape decoration, 22.5cm diameter; and a Delft lobed dish with naive trailing flower motif, 21.5cm diameter (2) £50-80

181. AN 18TH CENTURY ITALIAN CREAM CERAMIC DRUG JAR with Egyptian figure mounts and acanthus ornament, labelled by Carlo Aldrovandi, Bologna circa 1775, 30cm high £200-300

182. A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN COLOURED GLASS MARBLES of varying size £30-50

183. A CHILD’S PAINTED HAND CART, a stuffed model of a dog and a pair of dumbells, leather covered with trademark (4) £20-40

184. A 19TH CENTURY MAHOGANY TEA CADDY with fitted interior, 29cm wide and three Victorian writing boxes (4) £40-80

185. A 19TH CENTURY INDIAN NANDI BULL CART with polychrome painted decoration, 30cm long x 26cm high £100-200

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186. A SOUTH EAST ASIAN PAINTED GOURD AND COVER with polychrome dancing figure decoration, 15cm high £50-100

187. A FRENCH ‘SOUVENIR HISTORIQUE’ relating to the Siege of Paris 18th September 1870 to the 28th January 1871 in glazed frame, 14 x 16cm overall £40-80

188. A CHINESE SOAP STONE DOG OF FO OR KYLIN seated on a plinth, 12cm high £40-80

189.TWO MIDDLE EASTERN ENGRAVED BRASS SCRIBES BOXES with pierced and scrolling decoration, one with onion top, 19th Century, 27cm and 30cm long (2) £70-120

190. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY YEW WOOD TEA CADDY with twin compartments and mixing bowl on gilded feet, 29cm wide £120-180

191. A FRAGMENT OF A WOOLLY MAMMOTH TUSK on an ‘X’ framed stand, 61cm long with attached provenance £180-250

192. A PAIR OF EARLY 19TH CENTURY OAK HALL CHAIRS with octagonal panelled backs and square tapering legs, 42cm wide £200-300

193. AN ANTIQUE JACOBEAN STYLE OAK WALL CABINET with diamond moulding and iron ‘H’ hinges, 60cm wide x 90cm high £150-250

194. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY LIBRARY ARMCHAIR with bobbin supports, upholstered seat and brass castors £150-250

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195. AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY AND SATINWOOD INLAID SHIELD SHAPED OCCASIONAL CHAIR with serpentine front £50-100

196. A 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE IVORY SWORD with carved figure decoration and pressed brass mounts, incomplete and for repair, 57cm long overall £50-150

197. AN OLD PERSIAN BLUE GROUND RUG decorated a central rust ground medallion within a wide border, 196 x 129cm and an Afghan mat with triple medallion centre, 132 x 75cm (2) £30-60

199. AN ANTIQUE CHINESE BRONZE FIGURE of an Official with flowing robes, 55cm high £100-200

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198. A PAKISTANI BOKHARA WINE GROUND RUG decorated three rows of medallions on an ivory field, 203 x 145cm £100-200

200. A. CARRIER BELLEUSE A bronze of The Three Graces on a triform base, stamped with foundry mark, circa 1880, 24cm high £100-200


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201. A RUBY AND DIAMOND SET MESH-LINK PURSE, with beaded fringe, the hinged frame inset with an oval mixed-cut ruby between two cushion-shaped diamonds, stamped ‘15k’, length 9.9cm £500-700 202. A DOUBLE STRAND CORAL BEAD NECKLACE, comprising two strands of graduated corallium rubrum beads, to an oval clasp with further coral highlight, shortest length 50.5cm £100-200 203. A COLLECTION OF OPERCULA JEWELLERY, comprising a fringe necklace, suspending a trio of opercula drops, each with bead and ropetwist border, on a trace-link chain, together with a pendant of matched design, two operculum brooches, with ropetwist borders, and an unmounted operculum, necklace length 47cm (5) £150-250 204. A VARI GEM-SET FLOWER BROOCH, of stylised design, with pear-shaped mixed-cut amethyst, citrine and rock crystal petals, framed by ropetwist wirework, with ruby highlights and hinged double pin fitting, yellow precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18’, length 4.7cm £150-200 205. A VICTORIAN AGATE PANEL BRACELET AND BROOCH, the bracelet with octagonal agate clasp, to an articulated bracelet of vari-coloured rectangular agate and jasper panels, initialled to reverse, together with a rectangular banded agate panel brooch, with pierced scrolled border, bracelet length approximately 17.5cm (2) £100-200 206. A PAIR OF RUBY AND HALF PEARL SET EAR PENDANTS, of openwork foliate design, with engraved decoration, on later post fittings, (pearls untested for origin) together with a pair of further ear pendants, first ear pendants length 5.5cm (2) £200-300 207. A GOLD COIN BRACELET, comprising seven German gold 20 mark coins, dated from 1899 to 1913, with belcher-link connections between, length 20cm £1100-1400 208. AN EGYPTIAN SCARAB BRACELET, set with eight graduated vari-coloured scarabs, with fetter links between, length 18cm £100-200 209. A VICTORIAN CAMEO BROOCH/PENDANT, the oval shell cameo carved to depict a classical female portrait profile, to bead and ropetwist wirework decorated frame, with later fittings, length 5.5cm £100-150 210. A VICTORIAN OVAL SHELL CAMEO BROOCH, carved to depict a classical female portrait profile, with a wreath of flowerheads and foliage in her hair, length 4.7cm £70-90 211. A HESSONITE GARNET BROOCH, the linear surmount of four cushion-shaped hessonite garnets suspending a similarly set quatrefoil cluster drop, with chain-links between, length 3.6cm £100-150

212. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, comprising a Victorian watch key, inlaid with cornelian and foiled rock crystal panels, to foliate scroll engraved mount, a swivel seal fob, inlaid with bloodstone and cornelian panels, stamped ‘10ct’, a fox and riding crop panel brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, a half pearl and turquoise set heart brooch, four further brooches, and a bangle, first brooch width 3.1cm (9) £200-300 213. A COLLECTION OF BEAD NECKLACES, comprising a single strand banded agate bead necklace, with faceted colourless spacers, a single strand garnet bead necklace, with graduated faceted beads, a black bead necklace, of woven design, and three further examples, first necklace length 42.5cm (6) £100-200 214. AN ANTIQUE GOLD LONG CHAIN, composed of ropetwist links of beaded finish, with later gilt metal loop fitting, together with a gilt metal beaded long chain, first necklace length 104cm (2) £150-250 215. A CORAL BEAD NECKLACE, comprising a single strand of vari-sized corallium rubrum beads, together with a smaller double strand coral bead necklace, and a single strand coral coloured bead necklace, first necklace length 168cm (3) £100-200 216. A FANCY-LINK BRACELET, of articulated design and part textured finish, three colour precious metal mounted, with stamped Continental marks, length 19.5cm £500-600 217. A KRUGERRAND PENDANT, the gold krugerrand coin dated 1978, in mount with pierced border, stamped ‘750’ to bale, length 5.2cm £700-900 218. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a heartshaped citrine single stone pendant, an aquamarine bar brooch, an oval-cut amethyst single-stone ring, a bloodstone cameo brooch, and two further brooches, pendant length 3.5cm (6) £300-400 219.THREE BROOCHES, comprising a half pearl star brooch/pendant, stamped ‘15ct’, an oval cabochon garnet brooch, with foiled closed-back setting and scroll engraved border, and a navetteshaped panel brooch, with glazed verso, (pearls untested for origin), first brooch length 2.9cm (3) £150-250 220. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a curb-link chain with swivel clasps, a ropetwist-link chain stamped ‘9k’, a gold wedding band and a bead-link bracelet (4) £200-300 221. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a citrine single stone dress ring, with scrolled and beaded decoration, a smoky quartz single stone pendant, stamped ‘585’, a cultured pearl set bar brooch, also stamped ‘585’, and a cultured pearl two stone crossover ring, first ring size J½ (4) £300-400 222. A DIAMOND SET PENDANT NECKLACE, the central panel modelled as a trio of hoops and highlighted with single-cut diamonds, on a figaro-link back chain, stamped ‘750’, length 42cm £100-200

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223. A DIAMOND AND GEM SET PANTHER BROOCH, the body pavè set with brilliant-cut diamonds and circular-cut sapphires, the head with circular-cut red stone eyes, 18ct gold mounted, with import marks for London 1987, length 3.9cm £200-300 224. A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, claw set with graduated brilliant and old-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.50ct, ring size J½ £600-800 225. A SYNTHETIC SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the rectangular step-cut synthetic sapphire claw set within an octagonal panel of old, Swiss and single-cut diamonds, above a scroll pierced gallery and engraved shoulders, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18ct’, ring size M £600-800 226. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, the slightly graduated old brilliant-cut diamonds in claw setting, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘plat’, total diamond weight approximately 1.70ct, ring size L £800-1200

227. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER BROOCHES, to include an enamel regimental bar brooch for the 15th/19th The King’s Royal Hussars cavalry regiment, stamped ‘15ct’, an enamel and paste panel brooch for The Royal Corps of Signals, three agate set brooches, and further items, first brooch length 5.1cm £50-80 228. A COLLECTION OF SIX BAR BROOCHES, comprising a cultured pearl set brooch by Mikimoto, a ruby set Roman numerals brooch, a garnet, turquoise and half pearl brooch (adapted), and three further examples, first brooch length 5.2cm (6) £80-100 229. A FRENCH SYNTHETIC RUBY AND DIAMOND SET BRACELET, comprising six rectangular panels, channel set with calibrè-cut synthetic rubies, spaced by collet set round brilliant-cut diamonds, the clasp with French eagle’s head control mark, length 18.5cm £200-300 230. A SAPPHIRE SET BRACELET, comprising a line of graduated oval mixed-cut blue sapphires in claw settings, spaced by barshaped links with circular-cut white stone highlights, length 18.5cm £300-500 231. A VICTORIAN DIAMOND SET PANEL BROOCH, of pierced design with beaded border and central old-cut diamond, stamped ‘12ct’, suspending a ropetwist-link chain, together with a bar brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, and a 9ct gold and gem set hinged bangle, first brooch length 4.7cm (3) £120-150

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232. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SET HEART PENDANT, of openwork design, framed with alternate circular mixed-cut sapphires and brilliant-cut diamonds, stamped ‘14k’ and signed ‘CEI’, suspended from a fine fancy-link chain with later clasp, pendant length 2.2cm £100-150 233. A COLLECTION OF FRENCH PLIQUE-À-JOUR ENAMEL PENDANTS, each circular panel modelled as a stained glass window from Notre Dame Cathedral, with vari-coloured enamel decoration (some with enamel loss), French eagle’s head control marks and indistinct lozenge-shaped maker’s marks, largest panel diameter 2.95cm (5) £200-300

236. A DIAMOND PANEL RING, the shaped circular panel millegrain set with four old-cut diamonds, spaced by smaller single-cut diamonds, to shank stamped ‘plat 18ct’, ring size M £300-400 237. A DIAMOND SET BROOCH, modelled as a seal balancing a ball upon his nose, highlighted with brilliant-cut diamonds and a circular red stone eye, stamped ‘750’, together with a seal fob, a cat charm and a diamond and ruby set pendant, brooch length 3.3cm (4) £200-300

234. A DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the principal old-cut diamond claw set within a border of old and single-cut diamonds, between trifurcated shoulders, to shank stamped ‘18ct’, together with a white stone dress ring, first ring total diamond weight approximately 0.90ct, size N (2) £400-600 235. AN 18CT GOLD AND DIAMOND SET BUCKLE RING, of adjustable bi-colour reeded design, with single-cut diamond set buckle, maker’s mark ‘V&Co’, with London import marks, together with two 9ct gold mounted single stone rings (3) £100-150

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238. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, to include a micromosaic panel brooch, depicting a spray of vari-coloured flowerheads, stamped ‘800’, an enamel and yellow metal panel brooch, a white metal open face pocket watch, the case signed ‘Omega’, on a curb-link Albert chain, a Ruskin ceramic roundel, mounted as a brooch (damaged), a vari gem-set panel brooch, and three further items, first brooch length 2.8cm (8) £70-90 239. A MICROMOSAIC PANEL BRACELET, composed of five oval panels depicting flowerheads and foliage, spaced by pairs of white stones (three stones deficient), gilt metal mounted, together with an oval pietra dura panel brooch, of similar design, and an oval banded agate memorial brooch, with reverse inscription dated 1882, bracelet length 17.5cm (3) £150-200 240. A COLLECTION OF VICTORIAN SEAL FOBS, comprising six seal fobs, variously set with hardstone seals, to include bloodstone and chalcedony, together with a Victorian watch key, with floral engraved mount, and a similarly decorated loop suspension (8) £150-200 241.TWO BROOCHES, comprising an oval cabochon moonstone and half pearl cluster brooch, and a plaited hairwork and half pearl memorial panel brooch, with inscription dated 1839, (pearls untested for origin), first brooch length 2.6cm (2) £100-150 242. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include jet and simulated jet items, a micromosaic pendant and similar dress studs, three gem set rings, a Scandinavian white metal flower brooch, a niello locket pendant, a pair of paste earclips, and assorted further items £50-70 243. A COLLECTION OF SOVEREIGN CASES, comprising two 9ct gold sovereign cases of circular hinged form, a 9ct gold double sovereign case of shaped rectangular form, a similar silver example, and a gunmetal sovereign case, with cabochon set cover (5) £350-450 244. A COLLECTION OF 19TH CENTURY MEMORIAL JEWELLERY, comprising a memorial brooch, the rectangular plaited hairwork panel with engraved floral border, reverse inscribed ‘Christian Allan, obit: 14th May 1817, at Turin, aged 38’, a further brooch, the oval hairwork panel framed by a half pearl and black enamel border, inscribed to reverse, cased, and a diamond and half pearl cluster ring, with memorial inscription to interior, together with an oval mixed-cut amethyst and half pearl panel brooch, ring size L (4) £200-300 245. A HARDSTONE SEAL FOB, the cornelian seal with crest and motto, to a fluted mount with foliate scroll decoration, length 3.7cm £100-150 246. AN ENAMEL AND HALF PEARL PENDANT, the circular panel decorated with bands of turquoise blue enamel, spaced by rows of half pearls and engraved foliage, plaited hairwork verso, together with a simulated pearl necklace, with paste set clasp, pendant length 2.5cm (2) £80-120

249. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include an antique panel brooch, with floral carved border, inscribed to reverse, a white paste set pendant necklace, a white paste panel brooch by Eisenberg, a white paste lyre brooch and two further items, necklace length 39.5cm (6) £100-200 250. A PIETRA DURA PANEL BRACELET AND BROOCH/PENDANT, the bracelet composed of oval pietra dura panels depicting vari-coloured floral sprays, within ropetwist wirework mounts, spaced by beaded links, later extended, the brooch of similar design, within ropetwist wirework and beaded frame, glazed verso and later fitting, the hinged loop with possible Florentine mark, later fitting, bracelet length 19cm, brooch length 5cm (2) £200-300 251. A VICTORIAN GEM SET MEMORIAL RING, centred with a floral carved agate panel, between pairs of oval-cut rubies and half pearls in closed-back beaded settings, glazed verso, with interior inscription dated 1868, ring size L £80-120 252.THREE 19TH CENTURY GOLD AND ENAMEL MEMORIAL RINGS, the first with central black enamel band and gilt inscription ‘In memory of ’, between engraved floral and foliate borders, inscribed to interior, together with a pair of further black enamel bands, with matched exterior gilt inscriptions dated 1806, first ring size N (3) £150-250 253. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising an oval shell cameo brooch, carved to depict a bacchante in profile, stamped ‘Sterling’, a Scandinavian Dragestil panel brooch, a keeper ring, and a silver and agate pendant on chain, first brooch length 5.9cm (4) £80-120 254. A SOVEREIGN PENDANT AND A CHARM BRACELET, the George V sovereign dated 1915, loose mounted in 9ct gold pendant mount, the 9ct gold belcher-link bracelet suspending a collection of gold and yellow metal charms, to include an ice skate and a market seller, pendant length 3.3cm (2) £250-300 255.TWO GEM SET OXFORD UNIVERSITY RINGS, the first set with an oval mixed-cut citrine, the second set with an oval cabochon synthetic ruby, both 9ct gold mounted, ring sizes N and R respectively (2) £80-120 256. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include an amethyst, citrine and cultured pearl ribbon bow brooch, 9ct gold mounted, a vari gem-set cluster ring, a pierced and carved decorated green hardstone panel brooch, by Cropp & Farr, assorted charms, pendants and brooches, and a gilt metal charm bracelet, first brooch width 2.7cm £200-300 257.TWO PAIRS OF GEM SET EAR PENDANTS, the first suspending a fringe of vari-coloured mixed-cut gemstones, to include peridot, citrine and garnet, the second of matched design, set with mixed-cut garnets, on wire fittings, length 5.9cm (2) £80-120

247. A VICTORIAN DIAMOND AND ENAMEL RING, centred with a star-shaped cluster of old and rose-cut diamonds, to a turquoise blue enamel ground, ring size J £100-150

258. A 9CT GOLD CHARM, modelled as a rustic cottage, hallmarked for London 1963, length 2.9cm £70-90

248. AN OPAL AND RUBY SET INSECT BROOCH, the bifurcated bar mount with bead highlights, applied with two insect panels, each with oval cabochon opal abdomen, circular-cut ruby thorax and seed pearl set wings, width 5.1cm £150-200

259.THREE SOVEREIGNS AND A HALF SOVEREIGN RING, comprising an Edward VII sovereign, dated 1908, two Elizabeth II sovereigns, dated 2002, and a George V half sovereign, dated 1914, in 9ct gold ring mount (4) £500-700

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270. A VICTORIAN GARNET FIVE STONE RING, set with graduated oval mixed-cut garnets, between engraved tapered shoulders, ring size K £70-90 271. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER RING, the tiered circular cluster set with alternate lines of circular mixed-cut sapphires and brilliant-cut diamonds, to an 18ct white gold mount, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size L £500-700 272.THREE RINGS, comprising a 22ct gold wedding band, inscribed to interior, an 18ct gold signet ring, initialled, and a late Victorian 18ct gold and gem set ring (3) £250-350

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260. A 9CT GOLD CIGARETTE CASE AND VESTA CASE, by William Neale & Son Ltd, each of matched rectangular hinged form with reeded decoration, hallmarked for Birmingham 1925 and 1928, monogrammed, the cigarette case with interior inscription, lengths 10.5cm and 6.1cm (2) £1000-1500 261.TWO MESH-LINK PURSES, the first with scroll pierced and engraved frame, yellow precious metal mounted, the second a silver example, with fetter-link handle and import marks for London 1918, widths 5.1cm and 11.8cm respectively (2) £150-200 262.THREE GEM SET DRESS RINGS, comprising an oval cabochon opal single stone ring, 9ct gold mounted, an amethyst half hoop ring, with scroll carved 9ct gold mount, and a turquoise and lapis lazuli inset band ring, first ring size M (3) £150-200 263. A DIAMOND AND HALF PEARL CROSSOVER RING, millegrain set with brilliant and lasque-cut diamonds, stamped ‘585’, (pearl untested for origin), ring size M £80-120 264. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a 22ct gold wedding band, a 9ct gold engraved signet ring, a 9ct gold cross pendant on chain, a clarified amber bead necklace, and a bangle by Michaela Frey (5) £150-200 265. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliantcut diamond in claw setting, between knife-edge shoulders, two colour precious metal mounted, diamond weight approximately 0.35ct, ring size G½ £150-250 266.TWO GEORGE V HALF SOVEREIGN COINS, dated 1911 and 1913 (2) £150-200 267. A FANCY-LINK ALBERT CHAIN, with swivel clasps stamped ‘9c’, length 40cm £120-150

273. A JADE PANEL NECKLACE, comprising five oval jade panels of pierced and carved floral design, with reeded links between, the clasp fittings stamped ‘14k’, (jade untested for treatments), length 45cm £100-150 274. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, comprising a coral branch single strand necklace, with cameo clasp between carved coral batons, an oval-link bracelet, with foliate engraved spacers, stamped ‘9ct’, two Victorian hardstone seal fobs, a set of three cased engraved dress studs, stamped ‘18ct’, further assorted dress studs, a propelling pencil, by Sampson Mordan & Co, inscribed, a wristwatch, and other items £200-300 275. A WHITE METAL NECKLACE AND BRACELET SUITE, each of plaited woven design, with beaded cluster spacers and central hinged panels, necklace length approximately 70cm (2) £30-50 276. A GEM SET DRESS RING, the navette-shaped blue stone in an 18ct white gold mount, ring size approximately K £80-120 277. A 9CT GOLD PROPELLING PENCIL, by Sampson Mordan & Co, of cylindrical engine-turned form, hallmarked for London 1937, initialled, length 8cm £150-250 278.TWO WEDDING BANDS AND A SIGNET RING, comprising a 22ct gold d-section wedding band, a late Victorian 18ct gold wedding band, with engraved decoration, and a signet ring, stamped ‘9ct’, initialled (3) £150-200 279.TWO CLUSTER RINGS AND FOUR BROOCHES, comprising an amethyst and half pearl cluster ring, a further cluster ring, with scroll decorated shoulders, a gem set wreath brooch/pendant, a diamond and gem set bar brooch, and two further brooches, (all pearls untested for origin), first ring size J½ (6) £150-200 280. A YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL LONG CHAIN AND TWO PENDANTS, the faceted belcher-link long chain with swivel clasp stamped ‘15c’, suspending a Latin cross pendant, stamped ‘15’, and a 9ct gold circular locket pendant, chain length 139cm (3) £200-300

268.TWO GILT METAL NECKLACES, the first composed of shaped rectangular panel links, the second composed of belcher links, lengths 40cm and 50cm respectively (2) £60-80

281. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a silver mounted purse, of shaped rectangular hinged form, monogrammed, a white metal filigree collar necklace, with tassel drops, a 9ct gold signet ring, a cabochon amethyst single stone ring, a watch head, a gun metal open face fob watch, a collection of paste jewellery, and further items, purse width 11.3cm £150-200

269. A COLLECTION OF DRESS RINGS, comprising a diamond three stone crossover ring, illusion set with brilliant and single-cut diamonds, a ruby and diamond oval cluster ring, a paste cluster ring, and two further rings, first ring size M (5) £120-150

282. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a diamond single stone ring, an emerald single stone pendant on chain, an agate pendant on chain, a fancy panel-link necklace and a marcasite set brooch, first ring size I (5) £80-120

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Lot 284 283. A PAIR OF DIAMOND EARSTUDS, each round brilliantcut diamond in four-claw setting, on post and butterfly fittings, 18ct gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1.10ct £400-600 284. A PAIR OF DIAMOND EARSTUDS, each round brilliantcut diamond in four claw setting, on threaded post and butterfly fittings, white precious metal mounted, total diamond weight approximately 0.40ct £200-250 285. A DIAMOND PENDANT, claw set with a trio of round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, suspended from a 9ct gold fine curb-link chain, together with a collection of seven loose brilliantcut diamonds, of assorted size, pendant length 1.6cm (8) £400-600 286.THREE PAIRS OF DIAMOND AND GEM SET EARRINGS, the first pair with circular-cut ruby cluster panels, surmounted by a line of single-cut diamonds, on wire fittings, stamped ‘10k’, together with a pair of sapphire and diamond cluster earstuds, a pair of amethyst and diamond cluster earstuds, a pair of cultured pearl earstuds, and a single strand necklace (5) £200-300 287. FOUR DIAMOND SET RINGS, comprising an old-cut diamond single stone gypsy ring, stamped ‘18ct’, a three stone gypsy ring, mounted in 18ct gold, an octagonal panel ring, set with brilliant and single-cut diamonds, and a further three stone ring, with diamond set shoulders, first ring size M (4) £350-450 288.THREE LOCKET PENDANTS, comprising an oval locket, with ropetwist wirework decoration, a circular locket, with engineturned decoration, and a 9ct gold engraved locket, of rectangular form, first pendant length 3.4cm (3) £70-90 289. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE STICK PIN, millegrain set with a rose-cut diamond, together with a foliate engraved propelling pencil, a chalcedony set watch key, and a further stick pin (4) £80-120 290. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include an enamel and amethyst set panel brooch, a blue enamel dragonfly brooch, a lady’s wristwatch by Omega, a gem set bar brooch, stamped ‘15ct’, a crucifix pendant, also stamped ‘15ct’, and assorted further items of jewellery and watches £100-150 291. A COLLECTION OF CHAINS, comprising a fine fancy-link chain, a trace-link chain, with clasp stamped ‘9c’, a gilt metal Albert chain, with swivel clasp and T-bar, a belcher-link Albert chain, with silver shield fob suspension, and three further sections of chain, together with two T-bars (9) £70-90

Lot 285 292. A DIAMOND AND GEM SET NOVELTY GOLFING BROOCH, modelled as a golfer in swing, with circular-cut ruby belt and treated blue diamond eye, above a brilliant-cut diamond set oval panel, with blue enamel inscription, the two colour precious metal mount stamped ‘750’, (rubies untested for natural/synthetic origin), length 3.5cm £250-300 293. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER RINGS, comprising a diamond and white stone set ring, adapted, with interior inscription dated 1758, a three stone ring, set with cushion-shaped green doublets, to scroll engraved hoop stamped ‘15’, an amethyst and cultured pearl half hoop ring, an amethyst and paste cluster ring, and a white stone half hoop ring, first ring size O (5) £300-400 294. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a half sovereign ring, a Victorian gilt metal bracelet, with padlock clasp, a collection of four paste and gem set brooches, a 9ct gold cased wristwatch, a gilt metal lighter by Dunhill, of textured form, in signed case, a gilt metal wristwatch by Rotary, also cased, and a charm bracelet (10) £250-300 295. A GREEN HARDSTONE BEAD NECKLACE, comprising a continuous single strand of uniform beads, each measuring approximately 12mm in diameter, (beads untested for treatments), length approximately 88cm. £150-200 296. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, to include an old-cut diamond set bar brooch, a paste set buckle, a gilt metal panel bracelet, two beaded hat pins, a choker necklace, and further items, first brooch length 5.3cm £50-80 297. A SMALL COLLECTION OF DEVOTIONAL JEWELLERY, comprising a filigree and bead necklace, a triptych pendant and a small statue (3) £30-40 298. AN AMBER BEAD NECKLACE, comprising a single strand of graduated vari-shaped beads, measuring approximately 16mm to 30mm in length, (untested for origin and treatments), length 47cm £200-300 299. A DIAMOND CRESCENT BROOCH, with pieced scalloped decoration, set with a double row border of graduated rose and lasque-cut diamonds, with later fitting, length 3.3cm £60-80 300. A COLLECTION OF WATCHES AND JEWELLERY, comprising a half hunter fob watch, the profusely engraved case with pink and blue enamel chapter ring, stamped ‘18k’, an 18th century silver paircased pocket watch (matched outer case, a/f), a gilt metal hunter pocket watch, a George III silver vinaigrette, initialled, a Victorian engraved silver locket pendant, and a navette-shaped micromosaic panel brooch (6) £250-350

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301. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND SET FLORAL BROOCH, modelled as a textured flowerhead, with circular-cut emerald cluster stamen, single-cut diamond set stem and foliage, mounted in 18ct yellow and white gold, maker’s mark ‘BR Ld’, length 3.5cm £150-250

312. A COLLECTION OF VARI GEM-SET JEWELLERY, comprising a diamond and vari gem-set flowerhead cluster ring, stamped ‘375’, a cabochon green hardstone ring, stamped ‘14k’, a further ring, a gem set cross pendant on chain, and a pair of diamond and red stone ear pendants, with post and clip fittings, first ring size N (5) £120-150

302. A FRINGE NECKLACE, the fancy fine-link chain suspending a fringe of graduated pear-shaped nephrite drops, each with carved decoration, length 39cm £80-120

313. A DIAMOND AND YELLOW SAPPHIRE CLUSTER RING, the oval mixed-cut sapphire claw set within a frame of brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct gold mounted, ring size J £120-150

303. A PAIR OF OPAL EARRINGS, each oval cabochon opal collet set to a ropetwist wirework and scroll decorated mount, on screw fittings stamped ‘9ct’, length 1.7cm £100-150

314. A VICTORIAN TOPAZ AND EMERALD SET BROOCH/PENDANT, the lozenge-shaped panel engraved with foliate scroll borders, set with five oval mixed-cut topaz in pink foilbacked settings, spaced by scrolled wirework and step-cut emerald set flowerheads, glazed verso, with later brooch and pendant fittings, length 4.2cm. £300-400

304. AN OPAL AND DIAMOND CRESCENT BROOCH, set with graduated oval cabochon opals, spaced by pairs of old-cut diamonds, the mount stamped ‘15ct’, length 5.8cm £200-300 305. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a diamond set heart pendant, centred with an old-cut diamond, stamped ‘15ct’, a lady’s 9ct gold bracelet watch, a fancy-link chain, a fox’s max and riding crop brooch, a bar brooch, and assorted earrings and dress studs, pendant length 2.5cm £200-300 306. A PAIR OF DIAMOND SET EARRINGS, each suspending a double hoop drop inset with graduated brilliant-cut diamonds, on post and butterfly fittings, 18ct gold mounted, length 2.6cm £100-150 307. AN ARTS AND CRAFTS STYLE BLACK OPAL PENDANT, the openwork foliate frame with beaded highlights, centred with an oval cabochon black opal, stamped ‘9c’, together with a pair of ear pendants, each suspending an oval mixed-cut citrine drop, below a chain and seed pearl surmount, the screw-back fittings stamped ‘9ct’, pendant length 3.1cm (2) £120-150 308. A DIAMOND SET BROOCH, circa 1945, modelled as a stylised bow, with rose-cut diamond set ribbon and pierced decoration, the reverse with lozenge-shaped mark and further indistinct mark, length 6.5cm £120-150 309. FOUR BANGLES, comprising a 9ct gold bangle, of continuous form with textured decoration, a hinged oval bangle, with reeded decoration, stamped ‘585’, a textured hinged bangle, also stamped ‘585’, and a further example, stamped ‘333’, first bangle inner diameter 6.4cm (4) £400-500 310. A THREE COLOUR TORQUE BANGLE, of reeded design, stamped ‘750’, inner diameter 5.9cm £200-300 311. AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND BAR BROOCH, the uniform bar mount centred with a square-cut emerald and single-cut diamond cluster, stamped ‘18ct plat’, length 5.7cm £150-200

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315. AN OPAL SINGLE STONE RING, the oval cabochon opal in claw setting, yellow precious metal mounted, ring size L½ £80-120 316. AN OPAL SINGLE STONE RING, the oval cabochon opal in six claw setting, to a 22ct gold band, inscribed to interior, ring size L £150-250 317. A DIAMOND SET FLOWER BROOCH BY CROPP & FARR, modelled as a textured marguerite flower, with brilliant-cut diamond set stamen, 18ct gold mounted, length 5.5cm £250-350 318. AN OPAL AND ENAMEL BRACELET, comprising three opal beads with faceted colourless spacers, alternating with green and white enamel baton links, to a trace-link bracelet stamped ‘15’, together with a pair of oval cabochon opal ear pendants, and an opal triplet dress ring, bracelet length 19cm (3) £150-250 319. A GREEN HARDSTONE AND DIAMOND BRACELET, set with a line of lozenge-shaped faceted hardstone panels, spaced by pairs of old-cut diamonds in foliate settings, length approximately 17cm. £150-200 320. A COLLECTION OF ASSORTED JEWELLERY AND COSTUME ITEMS £100 - £200 321. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY AND COINS, to include a pair of Victorian silver ear pendants, four silver shield fobs, each with presentation inscription, an enamel brooch, assorted costume items and coins, contained in wooden case £50-80 322. AN OPEN FACE FOB WATCH AND ALBERT CHAIN, the floral engraved dial with Roman numerals, to similarly engraved case with vacant cartouche, stamped ‘18k’, suspending a curb-link Albert chain stamped ‘9c’ and T-bar, accompanied by a J.W. Benson tooled case, chain length 42cm (2) £300-400


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323. A COLLECTION OF COSTUME JEWELLERY, to include a figure-of-eight brooch by Givenchy, various brooches and earrings by Trifari, a saddle and riding crop brooch by Miriam Haskell, a paste set panel bracelet by Boucher, a textured bow brooch by Grosse, and further items £70-90 324. A COLLAR NECKLACE AND BRACELET SUITE BY TRIFARI, each comprising two rows of green paste cabochons, spaced by textured foliate panels, the necklace with extension chain, together with a white paste set collect necklace, and a black enamel collar necklace by Napier, first necklace shortest length 34cm (4) £30-50 325. A GREEN SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH, modelled as a tiered spray of oval mixed-cut green sapphires, framed by single-cut diamond set foliage, the white precious metal mount stamped ‘18k’, length 5.8cm £300-400 326. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include an enamel and diamond set stick pin, modelled as an owl, with indistinct mark to reverse, a further stick pin, an Art Deco style paste clip brooch, a 9ct gold cased wristwatch, with expanding bracelet, three bar brooches, and further items £100-150

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327. A LATE VICTORIAN DIAMOND SINGLE STONE STICK PIN, the old-cut diamond in eight-claw setting, with detachable screw fitting, accompanied by an 18ct gold wedding band with vacant threaded aperture, inscribed to the interior, diamond weight approximately 0.80ct, stick pin length 5.3cm (2) £600-800

Lot 326 328. A COLLECTION OF COSTUME JEWELLERY BY CHRISTIAN DIOR, comprising a 1960s paste and simulated pearl snowflake brooch, with maker’s case, a paste and cabochon set foliate brooch, a textured knot brooch, a pair of monogram earclips and a paste set curb-link chain, together with a pair of unsigned earstuds, first brooch diameter 5.5cm (6) £80-100 329. AN ONYX SET BRACELET, in the arts and crafts style, composed of tapered convex panels of foliage, flowerheads and berry clusters, centred with three oval black onyx cabochons, stamped ‘900’ and ‘Industria Argentina’, length 18cm £100-150 330. AN ENAMEL AND PEARL PENDANT, in the Austro-Hungarian style, modelled as a cockerel in polychrome enamel, with baroque pearl set swags, body and drop, (pearls untested for origin), length 7.7cm £100-150 331.TWO GEM SET CLOAK PINS, with scrolled decoration and ropetwist borders, the first set with oval mixed-cut citrines and a circular-cut amethyst, the second set with circular and oval mixed-cut pink pastes and a cabochon red stone highlight, the pin fittings with French crab guarantee marks for silver, lengths 7.5cm and 6cm respectively (2) £80-120

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332. A BAND RING BY TIFFANY & CO, the exterior engraved with repeating signature, signed and stamped ‘AG 925’, ring size M £50-70 333. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a hardstone seal fob, modelled as a cricket bat and wicket, with bloodstone seal terminal, a further seal fob, a diamond set stick pin, with scrolled panel terminal, an insect bar brooch, set with an opal and a garnet-topped doublet, a similar opal and gem set insect brooch, and three further brooches, first seal fob length 2.9cm (8) £200-300 334. A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND WHITE METAL JEWELLERY, to include a Norwegian blue enamel flower brooch, by Hroar Prydz, stamped ‘Sterling 925S’, a charm bracelet, a nephrite set panel bracelet, two vari-coloured enamel egg pendants, a lapis lazuli set pendant, with foliate surround, an engraved compact by Elgin, stamped ‘Sterling’, and assorted further items, first brooch length 6.8cm £70-90

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335. A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND WHITE METAL JEWELLERY, together with a quantity of costume jewellery £150-200 336. A DANISH PANEL BRACELET, decorated with fish motifs, beaded clusters and circular pink cabochons, stamped ‘Sterling Denmark’, together with a Finnish abstract pendant, stamped ‘925S’, on silver trace-link chain, bracelet length 18cm (2) £60-80

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337. A SILVER MESH-LINK NECKLACE BY TIFFANY & CO, designed by Elsa Peretti, of continuous form, with import marks for London 1996, length 96cm £30-50 338. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY AND COSTUME ITEMS, to include a Victorian silver hinged bangle, modelled as a buckle, a blue enamel turtle brooch, a costume turtle brooch by Christian Dior, a charm bracelet, and miscellaneous further items £70-90 339. A VICTORIAN DIAMOND AND HALF PEARL STICK PIN, the cluster terminal with central old-cut diamond framed by half pearls, detaching to form a dress stud, with additional screw fitting stamped ‘15c’, in fitted case, (pearls untested for origin), cluster diameter 9.5mm £70-90 340. A DIAMOND AND HALF PEARL BROOCH, the openwork panel of scrolled design, surmounted by an anthemion motif, set throughout with graduated old, cushion and lasque-cut diamonds, highlighted by five half pearls (pearls untested for origin), width 4cm £200-300 341. A TAHITIAN CULTURED PEARL NECKLACE AND EARSTUDS SUITE, the necklace comprising a single strand of uniform cultured pearls, each measuring approximately 9mm in diameter, to a spherical white metal clasp of brushed finish, stamped ‘375’, together with a pair of matched earstuds, accompanied by retailer’s papers, (pearls untested for treatments), necklace length 44cm (2) £300-400 342. AN AMETHYST AND SEED PEARL BROOCH, centred with a three-leaf clover of pear-shaped amethysts and graduated seed pearls, to a circular frame of further seed pearls, two colour precious metal mounted, together with two bar brooches, a 9ct gold stamp case, and a silver stamp case, first brooch diameter 2.5cm (5) £70-90 343. A VICTORIAN HALF PEARL AND DIAMOND CRESCENT BROOCH, highlighted with rows of graduated half pearls and old-cut diamonds, gold mounted, with gilt pin fitting, length 3.2cm £250-350 344. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the round brilliantcut diamond in collet setting, between tapered shoulders, two colour precious metal mounted, diamond weight approximately 1.10ct, ring size K £1200-1800 345. A DIAMOND AND HALF PEARL BROOCH, modelled as a crescent moon enclosing a star, centred with an old-cut diamond framed by graduated half pearls, adapted with later brooch fitting, (pearls untested for origin), length 2.3cm £80-120 346. AN AMETHYST AND HALF PEARL CLUSTER RING, the oval mixed-cut amethyst claw set within a border of half pearls, 9ct gold mounted, (pearls untested for origin), ring size P £100-150

347. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY DIAMOND SET BROOCH, the central hexagonal panel of pierced lattice design, millegrain set with graduated old and single-cut diamonds, to a tapered trifurcated mount with similarly set foliate highlights, in navette-shaped case signed ‘Brook & Sons, 87 George Street, Edinburgh’, width 6cm £300-400 348. A PAIR OF AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND EARSTUDS, each oval mixed-cut aquamarine surmounted by a trio of brilliant-cut diamonds, on post and butterfly fittings, length 1.5cm £200-300 349. A PAIR OF DIAMOND SET EAR PENDANTS, each pierced circular drop suspended from a foliate surmount, millegrain set with old, brilliant and lasque-cut diamonds, on hinged wire fittings with French owl import marks, length 3cm £300-400 350. A HALF PEARL AND DIAMOND SET BANGLE, of hinged trifurcated form, set to the front with a panel of graduated half pearls, spaced by lasque-cut diamonds, (pearls untested for origin), inner diameter 5.7cm £200-300 351. A DIAMOND AND PEARL BAR BROOCH, of pierced ribbon design, centred with a button pearl and millegrain set with lasque-cut diamonds, two colour precious metal mounted, stamped ‘585’, (pearl untested for origin), length 6.5cm £100-150 352. A BLUE ENAMEL LOCKET PENDANT ON CHAIN, the circular locket decorated to both sides with lavender blue guilloche enamel, suspended from a similarly enamelled baton-link chain, with later clasp, pendant length 3.8cm £80-120 353. A PAIR OF DIAMOND AND CULTURED PEARL EARRINGS, each pear-shaped cultured pearl drop of silver-white hue, surmounted by a claw set brilliant-cut diamond, on wire fittings, white precious metal mounted, (pearls untested for freshwater/saltwater origin), length 2.5cm £80-120 354. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE RING, the old brilliant-cut diamond in claw setting, to a white precious metal mount (mount damaged), diamond weight approximately 1.25ct £1500-2000 355. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, claw set with graduated round brilliant-cut diamonds, the white precious metal mount stamped ‘18ct pt’, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, ring size L½ £600-800 356. A DIAMOND FIVE STONE RING AND A WEDDING BAND, the first centred with a pear-shaped brilliant-cut diamond, between pairs of graduated brilliants, white precious metal mounted, stamped ‘750’, the second of shaped form, 18ct white gold mounted, ring sizes M and L½ respectively (2) £250-300 357. A PAIR OF DIAMOND SET EARRINGS, each half hoop channel set with a line of alternate round brilliant and baguette-cut diamonds, on post and butterfly fittings, 9ct white gold mounted, total diamond weight approximately 1ct, length 2.6cm £400-600 358. A DIAMOND FLOWERHEAD CLUSTER PENDANT, claw set with seven round brilliant-cut diamonds, 18ct white gold mounted, suspended from a 9ct white gold fine plaited-link chain, total diamond weight approximately 0.50ct, pendant length 1.6cm £150-200

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359. AN AQUAMARINE, DIAMOND AND CULTURED PEARL BROOCH, the central cluster highlighted with circular-cut aquamarines and brilliant and single-cut diamonds, issuing a wirework spray of cultured pearls and framed by a scrolled diamond set ribbon, stamped ‘18ct pt’, length 4cm £200-300 360.THREE YELLOW PRECIOUS METAL BRACELETS, the first composed of oval ropetwist links, suspending a St Christopher pendant, the second of part-textured brick-link design, stamped ‘9ct’, the third a curb-link bracelet, with padlock clasp, first bracelet length 20cm (3) £250-350 361. A TURQUOISE AND DIAMOND SET PENDANT NECKLACE, comprising a line of graduated oval turquoise cabochons, most with reverse carved signature, spaced by openwork knot-shaped panels, to a trefoil-shaped cluster with central old-cut diamond highlight, suspending a turquoise drop below with knot and scroll surmount, yellow precious metal mounted, length 36cm (see illustration on page 27) £300-400

369. A CARVED CIRCULAR JADE PENDANT, with pink paste bead surmount, (jade untested for treatments), panel diameter 5.3cm £100-150 370. A DIAMOND AND VARI GEM-SET BRACELET, adapted from a collection of slider panels of varying design, highlighted by enamel and vari-coloured gemstones to include diamonds, opals and seed pearls, mostly stamped ‘14k’ and ‘333’ to the reverse, on a double strand curb-link bracelet, length approximately 18cm £400-500 371. A GOLD COIN PENDANT, the Austro-Hungarian four ducats coin in plain yellow metal mount, length 5.2cm £250-350 372. A CHARM BRACELET, the 9ct gold curb-link bracelet with padlock clasp, suspending a collection of assorted gold and yellow metal mounted charms, to include a pram, a set of golf clubs and a Christmas cracker, length approximately 18cm £800-1000

362. A HALF PEARL SET PENDANT, with central oval mixedcut paste of pinkish-orange hue, framed by a border of half pearls and below a similarly set bale, yellow precious metal mounted, stamped ‘9ct’, (pearls untested for origin), length 4.5cm £150-200

373. A DIAMOND AND HALF PEARL PENDANT NECKLACE, the heart-shaped pendant centred with a single half pearl framed by old-cut diamonds, suspended from a fixed belcher-link chain stamped ‘585’, (pearl untested for origin), pendant length 1.1cm £150-250

363. A PASTE RIVIERE NECKLACE, comprising a line of oval mixed-cut purple pastes in collet settings, on a later trace-link back chain, the clasp stamped ‘10’, length 47.5cm £200-300

374. A VICTORIAN SEED PEARL SET LOCKET PENDANT, of oval form with glazed verso, applied with a seed pearl set lily of the valley motif to black ground, suspended from a later 9ct gold curb-link chain, pendant length 6.4cm (2) £80-120

364. A 9CT GOLD SOVEREIGN CASE, later applied with a gem set horseshoe motif, length 5cm £200-300 365. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SET FLORAL SPRAY BROOCH, each flowerhead centred with a brilliant-cut diamond, to wirework stem highlighted by circular-cut sapphires, stamped ‘14k’, length 7.7cm £200-300 366. A VICTORIAN SHELL CAMEO PENDANT/BROOCH, the oval shell cameo carved to depict a bacchante in profile, with fruiting vines in her hair, to ropetwist wirework decorated frame and detachable bale, (a/f), length 6.8cm £100-150 367. A PENDANT NECKLACE, centred with an oval mixed-cut blue synthetic spinel in two colour collet setting, suspended from a snake-link chain stamped ‘375’, together with an unmounted oval mixed-cut aquamarine, pendant length 2.15cm (2) £300-500 368. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a diamond three stone ring, stamped ‘18ct plat’, an amethyst single stone ring, mounted in 9ct gold, a white stone set band ring, a lady’s 9ct gold cased wristwatch, with gilt expanding bracelet, a further wristwatch, two coin bracelets, a turquoise half hoop ring, and three further items, first ring size L (11) £150-250

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375. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN EAR PENDANTS, of openwork tiered form, highlighted with circular-cut red pastes, on wire fittings, length 8.8cm £70-90 376. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SET BANGLE, of hinged oval form with pierced decoration, 9ct gold mounted, and a 9ct three colour gold herringbone and brick-link bracelet, bangle inner diameter 6cm (2) £100-150 377. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SET SERPENT BANGLE, of hinged oval form, with brilliant-cut diamond set head and collar, framed by a circular-cut sapphire border, stamped ‘750’, inner diameter 5.7cm £200-300 378. A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND CLUSTER PENDANT AND SIMILAR EARRINGS, the pendant centred with an oval mixed-cut sapphire, framed by single-cut diamonds, suspended from an 18ct gold paper-link chain, together with a pair of similarly set pearshaped ear pendants, on post and butterfly fittings, 9ct gold mounted, pendant length 1.8cm (2) £300-400

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379. A PAIR OF SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SET EAR PENDANTS, each suspending a square and oval-cut sapphire drop, spaced by brilliant-cut diamonds, on post and butterfly fittings, 18ct gold mounted, length 3.2cm £80-120

389.TWO GEM SET RINGS, comprising a sapphire half hoop ring, with pierced setting, 9ct gold mounted, and a synthetic spinel single stone ring, together with a 9ct gold identity bracelet, and a smaller white metal example, both inscribed, first ring size O (4) £80-120

380.TWO VICTORIAN MEMORIAL BROOCHES, the first with oval hairwork panel and openwork border, the second with gilt inscription ‘In memory of ’, to a black enamel ground and scrolled border, first brooch length 6.3cm (2) £60-80

390. A LOCKET PENDANT ON CHAIN, the oval locket decorated with birds perched upon a vine branch, glazed verso, suspended from a fancy belcher-link chain, together with a bi-colour fetter-link long chain, stamped ‘800’, and a gilt metal hinged bangle, modelled as a belt buckle, pendant length 5.7cm (3) £100-150

381. A SAPPHIRE SINGLE STONE RING, the oval mixed-cut sapphire obliquely collet set between fluted shoulders, yellow precious metal mounted, stamped ‘18k’, ring size R £200-300 382. AN AMETHYST SINGLE STONE RING BY WALTER RITCHIE, the circular mixed-cut amethyst in six claw setting, 18ct gold mounted, hallmarked for Birmingham 1971 (rubbed maker’s mark), ring size U Accompanied by original amethyst purchase receipt issued by Oscar D. Fahy of Birmingham, addressed to Walter Ritchie, dated 30th November 1971 £100-150 383. A DIAMOND THREE STONE RING, claw set with round brilliant-cut diamonds, white precious metal mounted, ring size S £120-150 384. A FOUNTAIN PEN, the case of hammered finish with foliate scroll borders, monogrammed, stamped ‘THE SWAN PEN’ and signed ‘Mabie, Todd & Bard New York’, together with a 9ct gold cross, a seal fob, and two further items, pen length 13.6cm (5) £50-80 385. A CHARM BRACELET, the curb-link bracelet stamped ‘9c’, suspending a collection of assorted charms, to include a half sovereign, together with a half hunter pendant watch on chain, bracelet length 18.5cm (2) £300-500 386.TWO SOVEREIGN CASES AND AN ALBERT CHAIN, comprising a 9ct gold sovereign case, profusely engraved with foliate scrolls, monogrammed, suspended from an 18ct gold Albert chain with swivel clasp and T-bar, and a silver sovereign case by Sampson Mordan & Co, similarly monogrammed, chain length 37cm (3) £500-700 387. A SET OF THREE DRESS BUTTONS, each designed as a circular panel highlighted with white enamel border, stamped ‘9ct’, together with a cabochon set dress stud, a key chain with octagonal panel drop, stamped ‘18k’, and a 9ct gold pin brooch (6) £200-300 388. A COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE AND LATER JEWELLERY, to include a circular locket pendant, with double-sided inscription, a half pearl set heart pendant, a garnet cluster ring, a white metal open face fob watch, crested and monogrammed, an Edwardian silver and paste oval buckle, an engraved watch key, a monogrammed sprung chain holder, and further items, first pendant length 3.5cm £150-250

391. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, comprising a lady’s 9ct gold bracelet watch, by Accurist, a 9ct gold and pink stone line bracelet, with heart-shaped diamond set clasp, a pair of cabochon earstuds, and a paste set butterfly brooch (4) £100-150 392. A PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND SET CUFFLINKS, each bar-shaped panel with a cultured pearl terminal and old-cut diamond highlight, yellow precious metal mounted, width 2.5cm £100-150 393. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a blue enamel butterfly brooch, a gem set pendant on chain, an Art Deco style white paste pendant necklace, two marcasite set panel bracelets, a pair of lorgnettes, and further items £100-150 394. A VICTORIAN CORAL AND HALF PEARL SET BANGLE, of hinged oval design, centred with a line of alternate coral cabochons and half pearls, within wirework borders, in fitted case signed ‘Charles Seiffert, Dumfries’, inner diameter 5.8cm £120-150 395. A COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include an opal single stone ring, a nephrite pendant on chain, a coral and half pearl set ring (one stone deficient), a charm bracelet, a textured gem set brooch, a turquoise pendant on chain, and a bangle (7) £150-250 396. A DIAMOND SINGLE STONE BAR BROOCH, the old brilliant-cut diamond in claw setting, to tapered bar mount, indistinctly stamped ‘15ct’, length 6.1cm £150-180 397. A COLLECTION OF RINGS, comprising two 22ct gold wedding bands, an illusion set diamond single stone ring, a signet ring, and two gem set rings (6) £200-300 398. A COLLECTION OF RINGS, comprising an emerald and diamond cluster ring, stamped ‘18ct’, a sapphire and diamond half hoop ring, mounted in 18ct gold, a three stone ring, also mounted in 18ct gold, and a pink stone ring, together with a wedding band, first ring size P (5) £300-400 399.TWO DIAMOND SET RINGS, the first designed as a double row half hoop ring, set with brilliant-cut diamonds, the second a panel ring, centred with an oval mixed-cut sapphire between trios of brilliant-cut diamonds, both white precious metal mounted, ring sizes P½ and P respectively (2) £200-300 400. A SMALL COLLECTION OF JEWELLERY, to include a heart pendant necklace and stick pin suite, stamped ‘14k’, four Victorian panel brooches, a paste and seed pearl set bar brooch, three further brooches, and two pendants (12) £100-150

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Lot 409 401. A RUBY AND DIAMOND FLOWERHEAD CLUSTER RING, the cushion-shaped ruby framed by old-cut diamond set petals, between crossover shoulders, two colour precious metal mounted, ring size M £100-150 402. A COLLECTION OF DRESS RINGS, comprising a diamond and white stone half hoop ring (two white stones later replaced), a turquoise cluster ring, of whorl design, a cluster ring, mounted in 18ct gold, an illusion set diamond ring, and six white stone set dress rings (10) £200-300 403. A DIAMOND SET DRESS RING, the concave bar-shaped panel highlighted with three lines of brilliant, old and single-cut diamonds, to a tapered mount with French owl gold import mark, ring size O (leading edge) £150-200 404. FOUR DRESS RINGS, the first of abstract textured design, highlighted with circular-cut sapphires and single-cut diamonds in scatter formation, mounted in 9ct gold, the second set with a turquoise-coloured cabochon framed by single-cut diamonds, together with a cultured pearl and diamond set dress ring, and a gilt metal dress ring, first ring size K (4) £80-120

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Lot 417 413.THREE GOLD SOVEREIGNS, two dated 1911, one dated 1912 (3) £480-520 414.THREE GOLD SOVEREIGNS, dated 1913, 1915 and 1918 (3) £480-520 415. FOUR GOLD HALF SOVEREIGNS, veiled heads, three dated 1898 and one dated 1895 (4) £320-360 416. FIVE GOLD HALF SOVEREIGNS, dated 1903, 1904, 1905 and two dated 1906 (5) £400-450 417. FIVE GOLD HALF SOVEREIGNS, two dated 1910, two dated 1911, one dated 1908 (5) £400-450 418.THREE GOLD HALF SOVEREIGNS, dated 1912 (3) £240-280 419. FIVE GOLD HALF SOVEREIGNS, four dated 1913, one dated 1914 (5) £400-450

405. A COLLECTION OF DRESS RINGS, to include a sapphire and diamond three stone ring, mounted in 9ct gold, an emerald and diamond set ring, a garnet five stone ring, a tapered gem set ring, a red stone ring, stamped ‘18c’, a wedding band, stamped ‘12k’, and eight further rings (14) £100-200

420. A WILLIAM AND MARY GOLD GUINEA, dated 1694, with conjoined busts with elephant and castle below £300-400

406. A CHARM BRACELET, the 9ct gold fancy-link bracelet suspending a collection of assorted gold and yellow metal mounted charms, to include a half sovereign pendant, a teapot and a telephone box, length approximately 18cm £600-800

422. A GOLD SOVEREIGN, dated 1910 £170-200

407. AN ENAMEL AND GILT METAL BANGLE BY MICHAELA FREY, of hinged oval form, decorated with polychrome enamel panels, inner diameter 5.7cm £60-80 408. A GEORGE V HALF SOVEREIGN COIN, dated 1925 £80-120 409. A VICTORIA GOLD SOVEREIGN, dated 1891, Jubilee head and Sydney mint, and an 1888 gold sovereign, Jubilee head (2) £320-360 410. A VICTORIA GOLD SOVEREIGN, dated 1900, veiled head and Sydney mint, and an 1893 gold sovereign (2) £320-360 411.TWO GOLD SOVEREIGNS, dated 1907 and 1910 (2) £320-360 412.THREE GOLD SOVEREIGNS, dated 1904, 1906 and 1908 (3) £480-520

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421. A GEORGE III GOLD THIRD GUINEA, dated 1810 £250-350

423.THE PUNJAB MEDAL, 1848-49, with ribbon and two clasps, Chilianwala and Goojerat, issued to Geo. Burton of the 29th foot £300-400 424.TWO OPEN FACE POCKET WATCHES, each with Roman numerals, moonphase and subsidiary dials for day, date and month, to keyless wind movement, the first with white metal case stamped ‘0,800’, the second with gilt metal case (2) £100-150 425. A COLLECTION OF FIVE POCKET WATCHES, comprising a hunter pocket watch by Waltham, the signed white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to keyless wind movement signed ‘Lady Waltham’, monogrammed to cover, together with three further open face pocket watches by Waltham, and an open face pocket watch signed ‘Dueber Hampden’, first watch case diameter 4cm (5) £100-200 426. A VICTORIAN SILVER PAIR CASE POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and outer minute scale, to verge movement signed ‘N. W. Newson, Halesworth’ and numbered 106547, the silver case hallmarked for London 1874, outer case diameter 5.4cm £80-120


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Lot 428 427. A COLLECTION OF WATCHES, comprising eight assorted open face pocket watches, an open face fob watch, a watch head, the dial signed ‘Omega’, and two further watch heads (12) £100-150 428. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE CHRONOGRAPH POCKET WATCH, the white enamel chronograph dial with Roman numerals and centre seconds hand, to key wind movement signed ‘Ro. Scanlan, Preston for Mr. Wignal’, numbered 53308, the case with floral and foliate engraved borders and vacant cartouche to reverse, hallmarked for Chester 1878, case diameter 5.5cm £300-500 429. A VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to key wind movement and case hallmarked for Chester 1872, case diameter 5cm £200-300 430. A 9CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY J.W. BENSON, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to keyless wind movement and case numbered 26368, dial, movement and case signed, case diameter 4.7cm £100-150 431. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE CHRONOGRAPH POCKET WATCH, the white enamel chronograph dial with Roman numerals, inscribed ‘Sepr. 13 1875’, to keyless wind movement signed ‘John Lecomber, Liverpool’, numbered 12181, the case with foliate engraved border and monogram to reverse, case diameter 5.4cm £200-300 432. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, centre seconds hand and outer scale 0-60, to ¾ plate key wind movement, signed ‘Carter, Warrington’ and numbered 32750, case diameter 4.7cm £200-300 433. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE FOB WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and outer minute scale, to key less wind movement signed ‘John Nelson, 2&4 Haymarket St, Bury’, numbered 27114, (glass deficient), case diameter 3.7cm £100-150 434. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to an engine-turned case with vacant cartouche to reverse, hallmarked for London 1861, case diameter 4.6cm £150-200 435. A HUNTER POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to keyless wind movement and case stamped ‘9k’, case diameter 4.9cm £80-120

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Lot 432 436. A 9CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to keyless wind movement and engine-turned case, with vacant cartouche to reverse and import marks for Glasgow 1930, case diameter 4.5cm £80-120 437. A 9CT GOLD HALF HUNTER POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to keyless wind movement, the case hallmarked for Chester 1924, with enamel chapter ring and interior inscription, case diameter 4.9cm £150-200 438. AN OPEN FACE FOB WATCH, the gilt dial with Roman numerals, to keyless wind movement and profusely engraved case, stamped ‘10c’, case diameter 3.8cm £70-90 439. AN OPEN FACE FOB WATCH, the gilt dial with Roman numerals, to key wind movement and profusely engraved case, stamped ‘14k’, suspending a gilt metal chain, case diameter 4.1cm (2) £70-90 440. A LADY’S DIAMOND COCKTAIL WATCH BY VERTEX, the circular silvered dial with baton markers, to an 18ct white gold case hallmarked for London 1963, millegrain set with single-cut diamonds and numbered 383/4043, dial, case and movement signed, on a later 9ct white gold snake-link bracelet, in maker’s case, length 16.5cm (see illustration on page 41) £200-300 441. A LADY’S DIAMOND COCKTAIL WATCH, of Art Deco design, the rectangular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and outer minute scale, to a stepped case highlighted with single-cut diamonds, the jewelled manual movement signed ‘Girard-Perregaux’, on a 9ct white gold snake-link bracelet, length 15.5cm (see illustration on page 41) £400-600 442. A LADY’S 9CT GOLD BRACELET WATCH BY BUECHE GIROD, the circular signed silvered dial with gilt baton markers, to manual movement, polished case and integral tapered textured bracelet, together with a gilt metal lady’s wristwatch, first watch length 17cm (2) £100-200 443. A LADY’S BANGLE WATCH BY LONGINES, the circular signed silvered dial with Arabic numerals and bead markers, to signed jewelled manual movement and sprung yellow precious metal bangle with later safety chain, the case stamped ‘18k 0,750’, inner diameter 4.6cm £200-300 444. A COLLECTION OF WATCHES, comprising a lady’s bracelet watch by Ramex, the square case stamped ‘18k 0,750’, two 9ct gold cased wristwatches, and two white metal cased fob watches, first watch dial length 1.3cm (5) £100-200

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452A. A GENTLEMAN'S SILVER CASED WRISTWATCH BY ROTARY, the signed grey dial with silvered Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds hand, on an unassociated stainless steel bracelet, in maker’s case, dial length 2.75cm £40-£60

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445. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL SOLAR CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH BY SEIKO, the circular signed black dial with subsidiary dials and date display, on a tapered brick-link bracelet, case numbered 266316, accompanied by original signed case and retail receipt dated November 2012, dial diameter 3.6cm £60-80 446. A GENTLEMAN’S STAINLESS STEEL OYSTER PERPETUAL WRISTWATCH BY ROLEX, the circular signed dial with Arabic numerals, polished lance hands, centre seconds and outer minute divisions, to Oyster-link bracelet with signed folding clasp stamped ‘67’, the case back inscribed ‘FROM A.M.T 1959’, dial diameter 2.8cm £350-550 447.TWO WATCHES, comprising an open face fob watch, the gilt floral engraved dial with Roman numerals, to profusely engraved case stamped ‘k18’, monogrammed, and a lady’s wristwatch, with octagonal case and expanding bracelet, first watch case diameter 3.7cm (2) £120-150 448. A VICTORIAN SILVER OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the silvered dial with Roman numerals, gilt foliate decoration and subsidiary seconds dial, to engine-turned case with vacant cartouche, movement numbered 24078, case diameter 4.7cm £60-80 449. A VICTORIAN SILVER OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to key wind movement numbered 51997, case diameter 4.8cm £30-40 450.TWO POCKET WATCHES, the first a hunter pocket watch, with engraved case stamped ‘14k’, the second an Edwardian silver half hunter pocket watch, hallmarked for London 1904, first watch case diameter 4.9cm (2) £100-150

453.TWO OPEN FACE POCKET WATCHES, the first with subsidiary dials ‘Heure de Berne’ and ‘Heure de Paris’, with outer calendar scale and subsidiary seconds, to key wind movement incorporating compass and stamped ‘1880’, the white metal case engraved with lakeside scene and foliate border, together with a smaller example, with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, first watch case diameter 6.1cm (2) £200-250 454. AN OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY MOVADO, the circular signed silvered dial with Arabic numerals and outer minute divisions, to top wind jewelled movement and slim white precious metal case, stamped ‘Platine’, with lozenge-shaped maker’s mark, numbered 13752, suspending a fine reeded belcher-link chain, spaced by pearls (pearls untested), together with a hunter pocket watch, with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the cuvette signed Perret & Co, Geneve, the engine-turned case with engraved cartouche and floral decoration, inscribed to interior, first watch case diameter 4.25cm (3) £1000-1200 455. A HUNTER POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to case stamped ‘18k’ with Swiss gold mark, numbered 85572, monogrammed to case and inscribed to cuvette, case diameter 4.8cm £300-500 456. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE FOB WATCH, the circular gilt dial with Roman numerals and chequerboard decoration, to case profusely engraved with foliage, scrolls and flowerheads, monogrammed to reverse, the key wind movement signed ‘Ja’s Muirhead & Sons, Glasgow’, case and movement numbered 12992, case diameter 3.8cm £150-200 457. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the circular white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to keyless wind ¾ plate movement signed ‘W. E. Cunningham, Gravesend’ and numbered 98628, the case hallmarked for Birmingham 1898, monogrammed to reverse, case diameter 4.6cm £250-350 458. A HALF HUNTER POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to rolled gold Dennison case with blue enamel chapter ring, monogrammed to reverse, and Waltham keyless wind movement, case diameter 5cm £80-100

451. A VICTORIAN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, signed ‘Watkins’s Patent, 67 Strand’, to movement numbered 6536, the case with vacant cartouche, hallmarked for London 1867, (top loop deficient), case diameter 4.4cm £150-200

459. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY WALTHAM, the circular signed white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, outer scale 0-60 and subsidiary seconds dial, to keyless wind ¾ plate movement numbered 1090054, the case hallmarked for Birmingham 1885, with retailer’s inscription ‘Henry W. Bedford, 67 Regent Street, London’ to cuvette, the reverse monogrammed and dated 1887, case diameter 4.7cm £300-500

452.TWO POCKET WATCHES, comprising a 9ct gold hunter pocket watch, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to keyless wind movement signed ‘Waltham’ and numbered 18308738, together with a gilt metal half hunter pocket watch, (glass deficient), first watch case diameter 4.9cm (2) £200-300

460. AN 18CT GOLD OPEN FACE POCKET WATCH BY J. B. YABSLEY, the circular white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, to keyless wind ¾ plate movement numbered 405217, dial and movement signed, case numbered 341, monogrammed to reverse, case diameter 4.6cm £250-350

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470. A PAIR OF MOTHER OF PEARL AND STEEL OPERA GLASSES, 16cm long extended £30-40

471. A VICTORIAN SILVER GILT SCENT BOTTLE, pear shaped body with chased foliate and scroll decoration and with a matching hinged lid and glass stopper, 8cm long, Birmingham 1896, with fitted case £100-200 472. A MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTION OF ANTIQUITIES including mosaic and terracotta fragments, Roman and later £100-200

473. A SHAGREEN SEWING BOX containing a 9ct gold thimble decorated with a Coronation coach and horses; silver plated scissors, bodkin and other items, 10.75cm long £80-120

474. A MICROMOSAIC PARASOL HANDLE, the circular domed micromosaic terminal with alternate panels of foliage and stars, to gilt ropetwist wirework decorated mount, 4.5cm long £200-300

475. A VICTORIAN IVORY MOUNTED TABLE SEAL, the oval bloodstone seal engraved with crest of a hand holding a dagger and motto ‘This is our Charter’, probably for the Scottish clan Charteris, with gold mounts stamped ‘18’, 8.5cm long £400-600

476. A FRENCH ENAMEL AND GILT METAL MOUNTED ETUI, partially fitted and with summer flower decoration on a blue ground, 9.5cm high £150-250

477. A SET OF FOUR GEORGE IV HOBNAIL GLASS SPIRIT DECANTERS, each with a silver lid inscribed for ‘Sherry Brandy Curacoa Maraschino & Noyau’, further engraved with an armorial Virtute and contained within a brass bound rosewood box with inset brass handles, 18cm (2) £400-600

478. A MID 19TH CENTURY FRENCH PALAIS ROYAL NOTE CASE, the chased gilt metal framework with mother of pearl inset covers, the front inscribed ‘souvenir’, the gilt pencil with flower head finial, 10.5cm £60-80

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481. A CONTINENTAL TURNED AND CARVED IVORY STOUP FONT in the form of a pedestal urn, octagonal shaped with flower decoration and standing on an ebony base, 8cm high £80-120

479. A LATE GEORGE III HUMAN HAIR PORTRAIT of a gentleman, possibly Charles II, the portrait woven on silk within an oval reserve of gilt scrolled paper quill work, and beaded gilt gesso oval frame, 31 x 28.5cm overall £200-300

482. A LUND TANGENT LEVER ACTION CORKSCREW, 9cm long; a brass kidney shaped sovereign case, internally three divisional compartments for full and half sovereigns, 9cm long overall; and two gilt, enamel and paste set photo frames £30-40

480. A 19TH CENTURY, PROBABLY CONTINENTAL, IVORY CRUCIFIX, Christ on a rosewood cross, 48 x 22cm overall £200-400

483. A SILVER AND IVORY PAPER KNIFE with a silver mounted ferrule, 44.5cm long, Birmingham 1918 by Crisford & Norris Ltd £60-80

484. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER HANDLE PAPER KNIFE, handle pressed with scroll and foliate decoration, 37cm long handle, Birmingham 1900 by Henry Matthews for Hamilton & Co of Calcutta £80-120

486. AN 18TH CENTURY CARVED IVORY FAN with pierced sticks depicting figures and animals and with a hand painted watercolour of classical scene with figures in a garden, 27cm long; and a similar fan painted with descending angel by a sleeping male figure (2) £200-300

488. A FRENCH CARVED IVORY CRUCIFIX mounted on a mahogany cross, 45cm long overall £250-350

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485. AN 18TH CENTURY CARVED IVORY FAN with pierced sticks painted and gilded with flowers and with a hand painted watercolour of paper of a classical scene, 26cm long; and a similar fan with three painted panels (2) £200-300

487. A CHINESE CARVED IVORY FIGURE of horse and cart, another of a sledge, a carved ivory napkin ring with Chinese panels, a vegetable ivory thimble holder and four further napkin rings (8) £80-120

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491. A FREE STANDING FRENCH CARVED IVORY CRUCIFIX mounted on an ebonised cross standing on a plinth, 38cm high overall £150-200

490. A FRENCH CARVED IVORY CRUCIFIX mounted on a burr walnut veneered cross, 40cm long in total £400-600

493. A FRENCH CARVED IVORY of Christ unmounted, 16cm high and a similar one (one arm missing) (2) £150-200

494. A FRENCH CARVED IVORY CRUCIFIX mounted on a mahogany carved cross over silk and in a carved mahogany frame with cherub decoration and a holy water font, 58cm high overall £300-400

492. A FRENCH CARVED IVORY CRUCIFIX mounted on a silk panel with gilt frame, 30cm high x 23cm overall £300-500

495. A CONTINENTAL CARVED IVORY CRUCIFIX mounted on a gilt cross over a silk lined panel and mounted in a gilt frame with foliate decoration in relief, ivory 36cm high, frame 90cm high overall £2000-3000

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496. AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS of the Madonna and child in a gilt frame, 83cm high overall £150-200

497. A JAPANESE CARVED IVORY FIGURE of a boy fishing with a net and carrying a basket, signed on the base, 13.2cm high £150-250

498. A JAPANESE CARVED IVORY FIGURE of an old man with staff and monkey, signed on base, 19cm high £150-250

499. A JAPANESE CARVED IVORY FIGURE of a smiling sage with fan and staff, red lacquer seal, 16cm high £150-250

500. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BRASS SEAL decorated with cherubs and garlands of flowers and containing twenty one further replacement seals, some double sided, 7.5cm long £40-60

501. A CHINESE IVORY COUNTER BOX, rectangular shaped with a carved village scene with figures in relief and matching sides, 5.2cm long, containing six mother of pearl gaming counters and a circular example with counters, together with a carved ivory panel brooch and an ivory panel bracelet £100-200

502. A CHINESE CARVED IVORY PAPER KNIFE, the handle with a mother and children, and the blade with flowers, 29.5cm long £100-200

503.TWO CARVED IVORY OBJECTS, both carved as the man on the moon, one as a quarter moon smiling and one set with glass eyes, 7.5cm long £80-120

504. A 19TH CENTURY CARVED IVORY BALL with shaped and hinged outer case, opening to reveal two scenes depicting military gentlemen, 10.5cm wide when open £80-120

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506. A COLLECTION OF THIRTEEN VARYING SILVER PLATED, BRASS AND METAL SOVEREIGN AND COIN CASES and three plated napkin rings (16) £40-60

505. A 19TH CENTURY CARVED IVORY WHISTLE in the form of the head and shoulders of a young man wearing a hat, 8.5cm long £60-80

507. A SILVER SOVEREIGN AND VESTA CASE of plain rectangular form with ring handle, 8cm long overall, 1890 by William Neale; a further oval shaped sovereign and half sovereign case with engraved leaf decoration and ring handle, 5.75cm long, Birmingham 1897 by The Rolason Brothers; a silver cigarette case; a silver napkin ring; a silver mesh purse; a silver and enamel ashtray and a gilt metal bun shaped sovereign case (7)

508. A TAXIDERMIC RHINO FOOT TOBACCO BOX AND COVER by Rowland Ward Ltd, 166 Piccadilly, 15cm high £50-150

509. A PAIR OF CUT GLASS SPIRIT DECANTERS contained within a leather travelling case with gilded initials, 19cm wide £40-80

520. AN OVAL ABERDEEN GRANITE BROOCH, silver mounted, Aberdeen 19th Century by J Hardy; together with three others similar but unmarked (4) £150-200

521. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TWO HANDLED QUAICH, Ballater with Edinburgh mark 1907 by William Robb, 10.5cm wide, 1.7 troy oz £200-300

522. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER SALT SPOON, pointed Old English pattern, ?Cupar by RW, and another fiddle pattern, Aberdeen c.1800 by WW (2) £30-40

523. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER MOUNTED RED GRANITE BROOCH in the form of a six poinred star, Aberdeen c.1850 by M Rettie & Sons; together with a small Aberdeen granite letter ‘B’ silver mounted as a tie pin, unmarked; and a small silver mounted lozenge shaped Aberdeen granite brooch, unmarked (3) £50-80

524. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER CIRCULAR KILT PIN with Gaelic inscription, Iona 1934 by Alexander Ritchie with Glasgow marks; together with a silver shoe buckle by the same; and a pendant silver brooch with Viking ship design, Shetland by SS, 20th Century, 1.4 troy oz (3) £50-80

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525. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TIE PIN with mounted citrine, Aberdeen c.1900 by William Dunningham £50-60

526. A SET OF SIX SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TABLESPOONS, Hanoverian pattern, crested, Aberdeen c.1740 by George Cooper, 10.3 troy oz (6) £1200-1500

527. A SMALL SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TODDY LADLE, Montrose c.1800 by John Glenny £60-80

528. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TEASPOON, Queen’s pattern, initialled ‘D’ and No. 12, ?Greenock c.1800 by JS or IS £30-40

529. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER LONG MUSTARD SPOON, fiddle pattern, probably Aberdeen c.1800 by Peter Gill, with a small thin fiddle pattern teaspoon, probably Aberdeen c.1815 by Peter Lambert, 0.8 troy oz (2) £30-40

530. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER BUTTER KNIFE with bone handle, Aberdeen c.1810 by William Jamieson and another butter knife with sliver blade stamped SH (2) £30-40

531. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOON, initialled DSM, Arbroath c.1835 by Andrew Davidson; and another by the same maker initialled ‘K’, 1.1 troy oz (2) £60-80

532. A SET OF SIX SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, initialled, Castle Douglas c.1800 by Adam Burgess, 3.8 troy oz (6) £400-500

533. ANOTHER SIMILAR TEASPOON by the same maker, different initials £50-60

534. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER CLAN BADGE, motto ‘Victoria non praeda’, Aberdeen c.1850 by M Rettie & Sons, 1 troy oz £50-70

535. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL BROOCH, motto ‘Deus robur meum’, Aberdeen 19th Century by Jamieson £50-70

536. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL BROOCH, motto ‘Stand sure’ probably for Grant, Aberdeen c.1850 by M Rettie & Sons £50-70

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537. FOUR SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TEASPOONS, two Hanoverian pattern Aberdeen c.1770 by James Gordon, initialled EB, one Old English pattern initialled JY, Aberdeen c.1800 by James Erskine, and one Old English pattern initialled PJR, Aberdeen c.1800 by Nanthaniel Gillet (marks rubbed), 1.6 troy oz (4) £80-100

538. FOURTEEN VARIOUS SHEFFIELD SILVER/PLATE KNIVES, King’s pattern and shell and thread, some crested (14) £20-30

539. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TODDY LADLE, Old English pattern, initialled, Perth c.1800 by JW, 1 troy oz £120-150

540. A PAIR OF SCOTTISH SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN FORKS, Edinburgh 1769/1770 by WS, 3.6 troy oz (2) £40-60

541.TWO SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLE FORKS inscribed ‘York Hotel’, London 1784 by RC, 4.4 troy oz (2) £40-60

542. A SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT FORK, crested, London 1825/6 by Randall Chatterton, 1.5 troy oz £20-30

543. FOUR SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TEASPOONS, three of them Old English pattern, Perth c.1800 by JW, the other Old English bright cut, Perth c.1790 by James Cornfute, 1.5 troy oz (4) £100-150

544. A LARGE SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER LUCKENBOOTH BROOCH inscribed AMD and K and M and 1790, Inverness by Charles Jamieson £400-600

545. A SMALL SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER LUCKENBOOTH BROOCH, Inverness 1961 by J Ferguson; and an unmarked toddy ladle with twisted whalebone handle, 19cm long (2) £50-80

546. AN INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER DOUBLE ENDED MARROW SCOOP, 21.5cm long, Calcutta c.1816/21 by William Henry Twentyman, 1.4 troy oz £120-150

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547. A PART SET OF FOUR SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TEASPOONS, Old English pattern, numbered 9-12, Inverness/Dingwall/Tain c.1800 by Alexander Stewart; another similar but initialled; and a fiddle pattern teaspoon by the same maker, 2.9 troy oz (6) £150-200

548. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER TEASPOON, fiddle pattern, initialled RIB, Inverness c.1800 by Alexander Stewart; together with a pair of silver tongs, Old English pattern by Alexander Stewart, broken and repaired in Inverness c.1800 by Charles Jamieson, 1.8 troy oz (2) £50-80

549. A LARGE SILVER SHOE BUCKLE, some damage, possibly Continental; a small silver clan badge, motto ‘Fast’, Inverness 1947 by Medlock and Craik; and a small silver Scouting badge, 1910-11, Aberdeen by A & J Smith, 1.4 troy oz (3) £40-60

550. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER UNPIERCED MOTE SPOON, spiral twist stem, initialled DF, probably Inverness c.1800 by Alexander Stewart (maker’s mark only) £150-180

551. A SIMILAR SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER UNPIERCED MOTE SPOON, spiral twist stem, initialled MN, probably Banff c.1800 by John Keith £120-150

552. A SILVER SNUFF BOX, c.1750, probably Scottish provincial but unmarked, 6cm high, 2.9 troy oz £400-600

553. A PAIR OF SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER FIDDLE AND SHELL PATTERN SUGAR TONGS, c.1800, unidentified maker, 1.8 troy oz (2) £30-40

554. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TODDY LADLE, initialled RL, c.1800, stamped ‘I’ seven times, 1 troy oz £80-120

555. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN DESSERT SPOON, initialled MR, c.1800, stamped ‘IS’ in script only; and another Hanoverian rattail pattern dessert spoon, mid 18th Century, stamped ‘CR’ three times, 1.7 troy oz (2) £60-80

556.THREE SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL FIDDLE PATTERN SILVER TEASPOONS, one initialled TMM, c.1800, stamped ‘I-O’ three times; another initialled T, c.1800, stamped ‘AC’ five times; and another initialled AC, c.1800, stamped ‘TG’ and tree, 1.5 troy oz (3) £30-40

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557.TWO SMALL SILVER FEATHERED EDGE TEASPOONS, one initialled ‘DL’ and the other ‘B’ in later style, mid 18th Century, stamped ‘MF’ in small square punch, Co in different script, and two other marks, 0.8 troy oz (2) £30-50

558.TWO SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER POINTED OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TEASPOONS, one initialled ‘GU’, c.1800, each stamped II three times, 0.9 troy oz (2) £30-50

559. A COLLECTION OF EIGHT SCOTTISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, one with twisted stem, mid 18th Century, mostly maker’s mark only, including one with ‘AIT’ for Alexander Aitchison, Edinburgh c.1765, two marked ‘WD’, one ‘TK’ and one ‘PH’ and ?13 with crest and motto for Ross, 2.9 troy oz (8) £300-500

560. FOUR SMALL SCOTTISH SILVER MID 18TH CENTURY TEASPOONS, one Old English pattern with feather edge, stem marked ‘?BH’ and thistle, the others Hanoverian pattern, one marked ‘IS’ and another ‘CR’ twice in script, 1.2 troy oz (4) £80-120

561. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER MOUNTED HORN BEAKER, 9cm high, with shield engraved ‘MF’, Aberdeen 1905 by A & J Smith £50-80

562. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER MOUNTED HORN EGG CUP, double ended, Aberdeen 1907 by William Dunningham, and four various horn napkin rings with silver shields, one of them by William Dunningham (5) £40-60

563. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER DRESSING TABLE SET comprising a rectangular glass box, 8cm wide; one jar and two scent bottles, all fitted silver lids initialled ‘LPA’, with a further jar lid lacking its jar, Aberdeen c.1880 by George Jamieson & Son £200-300

564. A SCOTTISH PROVINCIAL SILVER OLD ENGLISH SOUP LADLE with shell bowl and engraved armorial, 36cm long, Inverness c.1800 by Charles Jamieson, 6.4 troy oz

565. A SCOTTISH RAM’S HORN SNUFF MULL mounted silver thistle and collar engraved ‘William Lyall’, 18th Century, 9cm long £100-150

Formerly in the collection of the Marquess of Breadalbane £1200-1500

567. A SCOTTISH SILVER MOUNTED LARGE COWRIE SHELL SNUFF MULL, stamped inside lid ‘RH’ in oval punch, inscribed ‘Mr John Duncan/Peterhead from a friend’. 566. A PAIR OF SILVER METAL MOUNTED ASIAN BLACK BUCK HORN SALAD SERVERS, 29cm long, unmarked, probably Indian Colonial, early 19th Century (2) £80-120

The clasped hands on a Masonic symbol and John Duncan was Master of the Keith Lodge in Peterhead in 1765-1767 £200-250

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568. A SMALL SILVER BALUSTER TANKARD, maker ‘GB’, other marks rubbed, c.1800, 5.4 troy oz £150-200

570. A COLLECTION OF SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE TO INCLUDE: four table forks, two tablespoons, four each of dessert forks and spoons, a soup ladle, two Old English pattern teaspoons, various dates and makers, and a silver apostle spoon, London 1910 by D & J Wellby Ltd, 28.2 troy oz (18) £200-300

571. A SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN CANTEEN OF CUTLERY consisting of three 3 pronged forks, 20cm long, eight forks, 18.5cm long, London 1913 by William Comyns, seven, 18.75cm long dated 1910 and five dessert forks, 16cm long dated 1913 and six dessert spoons dated 1913, 59.3 troy oz (29) £400-500

572. A SET OF SIX KINGS PATTERN TEASPOONS, London 1840 by William Eaton and six by Holland, Aldwinckle and Slater 1905, 13.4 troy oz (12) £80-120

573. A WILLIAM IV SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN BASTING SPOON, 30.5cm long by William Woodman of Exeter 1836, 4.2 troy oz; and a Kings pattern soup ladle, 35cm long, stamped Stirling, 8.9 troy oz (2) £120-160

574. A SET OF SIX SILVER TEASPOONS with beaded handles, London 1896 by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, eleven Old English pattern silver teaspoons, London 1787 by John Lambe, six by Francis Higgins & Sons Ltd, varying dates; and a further spoon, 15.7 troy oz £100-200

575. A SET OF SIX IVORY HANDLED SILVER FISH KNIVES and five forks, Sheffield 1893 by Harrison Brothers & Howson; six silver pistol grip tea knives by the same makers; and an ivory handled and silver pickle fork by Roberts & Belk £60-80

576. A SILVER SALVER with a piecrust edge and standing on four cabriole legs with hoof feet, 30.5cm diameter, Birmingham 1941 by Ernest Haywood, 24.8 troy oz £200-300

577. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER PURSE, silk lined and the hinged outer case pressed with scroll and foliate decoration, and with supporting chain, case 9cm wide, Birmingham 1902 by Henry Mathews £60-80

569. A GEORGE V TRAVELLING VANITY CASE consisting of silver mounted hairbrushes, mirror, bottles, comb, vanity set and other items in a crocodile skin case by Finnigans Ltd, varying dates 1909 to 1913, case 42cm wide £300-400

578. A SET OF SEVEN VICTORIAN SILVER HANOVERIAN PATTERN DESSERT FORKS, London 1855 by Robert William Smily, and one by Chawner & Co; six Old English pattern tablespoons by Thomas Hayter 1815; and two Hanoverian pattern table forks by Francis Higgins, 20.7 troy oz £150-200

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579. A SET OF FIVE ART DECO STYLE FISH KNIVES AND FORKS with tapering handles, Birmingham 1947 by The Angora Silver Plate Co. Ltd, 15.8 troy oz; and a set of six Victorian mother of pearl and silver tea knives and forks, Sheffield 1861 by Henry Wilkinson & Co (11) £150-200 580. A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS SILVER TO INCLUDE: a George III Irish silver boat shaped salt with pierced sides, four reeded legs and blue glass liner, Dublin 1794 by Christopher Haines, 6.5cm wide; a silver hexagonal shaped bowl with pierced border, 18.5cm wide, Sheffield 1912; a further pierced bowl; a salt cellar; a two handle basin; two peppers; a continental silver salt (no liner); various flatware, 22.8 troy oz; and a plated bottle coaster £150-200

581. A CASED SET OF ELEVEN CONTINENTAL SILVER TEA FORKS with cherub and scroll decorated handles and one serving fork, 14.5 troy oz £80-120

582. A LATE VICTORIAN OVAL SHAPED BASKET with pierced and pressed fruit and scrolled decoration, with shell ends, 29cm wide, Birmingham 1897 by Plante & Co., 8.8 troy oz £80-120

583. A SILVER COFFEE POT of plain tapering form and standing on a flared turned foot with a turned domed lid, wooden finial and wooded spaces, and with a looped handle with leaf decoration, 20cm high, London 1919 by unidentified makers mark, 16.8 troy oz total £120-180

584. A SILVER SALVER with a shell and foliate border, engraved centre and standing on three ball and claw feet, 26cm diameter, London 1903 by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, 18 troy oz £120-160

585. A SILVER PRESENTATION BRICKLAYERS TROWEL of plain form with a turned ebonised handle, 28cm long, Birmingham 1931 by Deakin & Francis Ltd £60-80

586. A CASED SET OF FOUR SILVER DISHES of plain circular form, 6.5cm diameter, London 1932 by Wakely & Wheeler, 5.9 troy oz £50-80

587. A VICTORIAN SILVER SIX DIVISIONAL TOAST RACK with shaped base, hoops and scroll cast feet, 17cm high, London 1853 by Edward & John Barnard, 10.3 troy oz £80-120

588. A PAIR OF SILVER SAUCE BOATS with gadrooned edge, cabriole legs, hoof feet and open double ‘C’ scroll handles, 18cm long, Birmingham 1969 by J.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd; and a pair of Old English pattern silver ladles by Josiah Williams 1916, 23 troy oz £200-300

589. A SILVER HOT WATER JUG of plain tapering form and standing on a turned flared foot, domed hinged lid and wooden handle, 19cm high, Sheffield 1911 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, 14 troy oz total £80-120

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590. AN EDWARDIAN THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SET, teapot with shaped body and standing on four cabriole legs, domed hinged lid and shaped ebonised handle, 23cm long; and with matching sugar basin and jug, Birmingham 1905 by Horton & Allday, 21 troy oz total £175-225

591. A PAIR OF PLAIN TURNED SILVER BOTTLE COASTERS with turned wooden bases, 13cm diameter, London 1984 by Richards & Knight £50-80

593. A SET OF SIX SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS; five matching dessert spoons and eight dessert forks, London 1898 by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company; and six Hanoverian pattern table forks, London 1901 by C.F. Hancock & Co, 49 troy oz (25) £400-500

592. A VICTORIAN SILVER TEAPOT of circular form with foliate engraved decoration, turned finial and a ‘C’ scrolled handle, 15cm high, London 1860 by William Wrangham Williams, 25.9 troy oz total £200-300

594. A SET OF EIGHT SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SOUP SPOONS of small form, 13.5cm long, Sheffield 1958 by The Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd; and a similar spoon, 10.2 troy oz (9) £60-80 595. A SET OF SIX OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SILVER TEASPOONS by Eley & Fearn 1820; six by Joseph Walton & Co., 1940; four Old English and shell pattern teaspoons by J. Sherwood & Sons 1911; a pair of Old English and shell pattern butter knives with matching jam spoon, 9.7 troy oz (19) £60-80 596. A VICTORIAN SILVER JAM SPOON with a scallop shell shaped bowl and pierced handle with scroll decoration, 15cm long, Birmingham 1852 by Horton & Allday; three bright cut teaspoons; a Georgian caddy spoon; three pairs of sugar tongs; a set of nine Chinese silver pickle forks; and twelve further varying spoons, 11.2 troy oz £80-120

597. A PAIR OF SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FISH SERVERS with pierced foliate decoration, 32cm long, London 1887 by The Goldsmiths Alliance Ltd, 10 troy oz (2) £80-120

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598. A SET OF FOUR CHINESE SILVER HAIR ORNAMENTS OR PLACE CARD HOLDERS in the form of a spider and its web, 17cm across (4) £80-120

599.TWO SILVER DISHES with inset ‘Iran 2000 Dinars’, 8.5cm diameter; and a further beaten dish with inset ‘Anhewi Seven Mace Two Candareens’ silver coin, 10cm diameter, 6.4 troy oz (3) £40-60


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603. A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED CANDLESTICKS with pressed foliate decoration; a pair of cased fish servers; a three piece coffee set; a silver plated salver; various flatware; a tea set consisting of eight pieces and various dishes £60-80 600. A GEORGE II SILVER TANKARD of baluster form with double ‘C’ scroll handle, later chased with foliate decoration, 10cm high, London 1736 by Richard Bayley; a plain silver beaker of tapering form and turned flared foot, 9cm high, Birmingham 1912 by A.J. Zimmerman Ltd; a jug, 13.2 troy oz; and a silver plated tankard (4) £100-200

601. A SILVER NAPKIN RING with pierced clover leaf decoration, Birmingham 1904 by Arthur Cook; a plain silver napkin ring; a silver napkin ring with engine turned decoration; a silver cedar liner cigarette box; and four further plated napkin rings (8) £40-60

605. A DUTCH SILVER TOBACCO BOX, rectangular shaped with engraved lid depicting a farming scene amongst a scroll and foliate border, 13.5cm wide; and a circular silver dish, 10.5cm diameter, London 1945 by William Comyns, 3.2 troy oz £80-120

606. A VICTORIAN SILVER CREAM JUG with reeded lower body, beaded rim and reeded and foliate handle, 7cm high, London 1877 by Stephen Smith & Sons; and a further silver cream jug with fluted lower body, London 1804, 11 troy oz £80-120

607. A WILLIAM III SILVER TREFID SPOON with rattail, 19.7cm long, London 1699 by Fras Archbold, 1.8 troy oz £200-300

608. A CHARLES II SILVER TREFID SPOON with rattail, 20cm long, possibly by Stephen Coleman circa 1693, 1.6 troy oz £100-200

609.TWO 17TH CENTURY TREFID SPOONS with rattail, one possibly dated 1690; and an early dog nose spoon, 5.5 troy oz (3) £150-250

610. A PAIR OF EARLY 18TH CENTURY DOG NOSE AND RATTAIL TABLESPOON, 19cm long, possibly Edinburgh 1706, 3.3 troy oz (2) £100-200

611. A SILVER SALVER with shell and foliate border and standing on four scroll feet, 22cm diameter, London 1912 by Carrington & Co, 14 troy oz £200-300

612. A SILVER BALUSTER SHAPED TANKARD standing on a turned stepped base and with a double ‘C’ scroll handle, 10cm high, Birmingham 1945 by Deakin & Francis Ltd, 6.7 troy oz £60-80

613. A SILVER THREE PIECE CRUET SET, oval shaped mustard pot with domed lid and four cabriole legs and blue glass liner; a matching salt and pepper; two spoons, cased, Sheffield 1971 by Roberts & Belk; a silver topped glass jar and spoon; a silver fork and cigarette case, 12.9 troy oz (8) £80-120

602. A QUANTITY OF SILVER PLATED TABLEWARE TO INCLUDE: two pairs of oval entrée dishes and covers, a bread basket with swing handle, a wooden lined bread board, a biscuit barrel, a toast rack and various other items £60-80

604. A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TEASPOONS, London 1861 by The Portland Company, 3.6 troy oz; a four piece silver plated tea set of tapering form with engraved foliate swags; a pair of plated serving spoons and twelve teaspoons with elephant and camel finials (24) £40-60

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614. A SILVER TWO HANDLED PORRINGER of plain tapering form and standing on a turned stepped foot, 14cm wide, Birmingham 1938 by Deakin & Francis Ltd, cased; and a silver taste de vin of plain circular form and the handle in the form of two snakes fighting over an apple, 11.5cm long by Mappin & Webb 1968, 8.2 troy oz £50-80

615. A SILVER TWO HANDLE TROPHY CUP with wrythen lower body, scroll and foliate decoration and turned stepped foot, 22cm wide, London 1897 by Thomas Bradbury, 11 troy oz £80-120

616. A SET OF TWELVE SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TEASPOONS, Sheffield 1912 by Maxfield & Sons Ltd; a set of six silver and enamel coffee bean spoons; five mother of pearl handled silver spoons; a cased set of six silver handled tea knives; and a pair of silver dwarf candlesticks £50-70

617. A SILVER TEAPOT of circular baluster form with hand planished finish, ebonised handle and finial, 21cm long, London 1907 by Elkington & Co. Ltd, 10.4 troy oz total £80-120

618. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TEAPOT with shaped sides, fluted lower body, matching domed lid, ebonised handle and finial, 16cm high, Birmingham 1902 by Joseph Gloster Ltd, 16.9 troy oz total £100-150

619. A CIRCULAR SILVER SALVER, engraved with exotic birds amongst bamboo standing on cast pad feet, 25.5cm diameter, London 1878 by Richards & Brown, 20.3 troy oz £200-300

620. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER NAPKIN RING with applied cast foliate decoration in relief with import marks for Birmingham 1905 by Gorham Manufacturing Co, cased; two further silver napkin rings; a silver pin tray; a cigarette box; a posy vase; a silver sifter spoon and various other flatware £100-200

621. A LATE GEORGE II BALUSTER SHAPED COFFEE POT chased with scroll and foliate decoration with a matching hinged lid and double ‘C’ scroll ebonised handle, 24cm high, London 1759 by Fuller White, 22.7 troy oz total £800-1000

622. A SET OF SILVER PARCEL SCALES standing on shaped rectangular base, 19cm high, Birmingham 1919 by Levi & Solomon £450-550

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623. A CHINESE RECTANGULAR SHAPED CIGARETTE BOX chased with a dragon in relief and waves on the sides, 15.5cm wide £400-600

624. A SET OF SIX GEORGE IV SILVER BUN SALTS with cast foliate and scroll rims, three cabriole legs with hoof feet and matching lidded mustard pot, all gilt lined, 8cm wide, London 1824 by Charles Price, 26 troy oz (6) £1000-1200

625. A GEORGE III SILVER HELMET JUG with engraved swags of flowers standing on a turned stepped foot and with a whiplash handle, 12cm high, London 1785 by Samuel Meriton II; and a plain cream jug with tapering sides, square base and whiplash handle by Henry Chawner 1794, 6.9 troy oz £300-400

626. A PAIR OF SILVER AND ENAMEL MENU HOLDERS depicting the Royal Exchange and standing on rectangular bases, 4.5cm high, Birmingham 1919 by H.C. Freeman Ltd, 3.4 troy oz total £100-150

627. A FRENCH SILVER TIN with engine turned decoration and the lid with a pressed impression of a lady golfer for the Ostende Golf Club after G Devreese with French export mark for Charles Forgelot, circa 1919, 8cm diameter, 3.5 troy oz £200-300

628. A VICTORIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL GOLFING CIGARETTE CASE depicting a gentleman in full swing, 7.5cm long by The Rolason Brothers 1893, 2.4 troy oz £500-600

629. A SILVER GOLF SHOE SET consisting of a shoe horn and two button hooks, 18cm long, Birmingham 1907 by Tozer, Kernsley and Fisher, cased £400-500

630. A SILVER AND ENAMEL COMPACT decorated with roses, 7cm square, Birmingham 1963 by Mappin & Webb £200-300

631. A SWISS SILVER AND GOLD INLAID OVAL SHAPED BOX with rose decoration, 8cm long, circa 1770, makers mark A.L. over W, 3 troy oz £350-450

632. A PAIR OF SCOTTISH SILVER FRUIT SERVING OR SIFTER SPOONS with pear shaped pierced and engraved bowls, 19cm long, Edinburgh 1882 by Hamilton & Inches, 3.8 troy oz £200-300

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633. A SILVERED AND GILT FIGURE of a performing horse wearing a bridle and a numnah, 16cm high £100-150

634. A PAIR OF SILVER SWEETMEAT DISHES with a pierced gallery and three ring handles, 10cm diameter, Birmingham 1945 by Mappin & Webb; a glass lined silver dish with pierced sides by Walker & Hall; and a further silver dish, 8.5 troy oz (4) £100-150

635. A COLLECTION OF TEN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN MUSTARD SPOONS, varying dates and makers, 3.7 troy oz £80-120

636. A SET OF SIX IRISH SILVER ART DECO STYLE TEASPOONS, Dublin 1940 by T Weir & Sons, cased; and a set of six tea forks decorated with mask finials, Birmingham 1949 by The Adie Brothers Ltd, cased, 7.1 troy oz (12) £70-90

637. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER EWER, baluster shaped with chased foliate and scroll decoration and cast double ‘C’ scroll handle with acanthus leaf decoration, 32cm high, Sheffield 1907 by James Deakin & Sons Ltd, 28.5 troy oz £1750-2000

638. A GEORGIAN SILVER SNUFFER TRAY of waisted form and with cast and chased scroll, shell and foliate decoration, standing on four cabriole legs with hoof feet, 26cm long, Sheffield 1823, probably by Robert Gainsford, 11.5 troy oz £400-500

639.TWO SILVER MOUNTED CUT GLASS POSY VASES with turned silver bases and a matching smaller vase, 10cm high, Sheffield 1903 by Walker & Hall; a baluster shaped Indian silver vase; a silver plated cafe au lait two piece set; a silver bone handled punch ladle; and a continental vessel on legs (8) £40-60

640. A SILVER CAFE AU LAIT SET of plain tapering form with domed lids and wooden handles, 17.5cm high, Birmingham 1929 by William Smith & Co, 20 troy oz total £120-160

641. A VICTORIAN OVAL SHAPED MUSTARD POT with fluter lower body, domed hinged lid, scrolled handle and blue glass liner, London 1889 by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company; a set of four continental silver bun salts with scroll decoration; a silver mounted watch stand with foliate and scroll decoration by Robinson & Co. 1904; and an oval shaped teapot with gadrooned border, ball feet and wooden handle (7) £150-200

642. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER PATCH BOX of circular form with an inset enamel of the head and shoulders of a lady wearing a hat, 3.75cm diameter, Birmingham 1900 by Deakin & Francis; a Georgian silver travelling inkwell with hinged lid, London 1811 by Thomas Wallis II; a glass and silver mounted match striker; four silver topped glass vessels; a teaspoon with a golf club handle; three silver photo frames; a silver meat skewer; a plated glass scent bottle; and a plated pill box (14) £100-150

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643. A RECTANGULAR SILVER PLATED TEA CADDY of tapering form and standing on scrolled legs, 17cm high; an oval plated tea caddy; two further caddies; a chamber stick; a bottle coaster; a cased pair of grape scissors; a card tray; two ladles; a small dish; a pair of fish servers; and a spice vessel (13) £60-80

644. A FOUR PIECE SILVER TEA SET consisting of a circular teapot with a wavy edge, four cabriole legs, ebonised handle and finial, 14cm high, Sheffield 1937 by Walker & Hall with water jug, sugar basin and milk jug, 60 troy oz total £450-550

645. A PAIR OF SILVER DWARF CANDLESTICKS with decorated columns, 11.5cm high by Levi & Salaman 1906; a pair of two handled boat shaped salts by Harwood Plante & Harrison 1884; a set of six silver handled Kings pattern table knives, Sheffield 1978 by J.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd; a cased set of silver coffee spoons by Lanson Ltd 1941 and a loose set of five silver apostle teaspoons £60-80

646. A SILVER SALVER with a Chippendale border standing on four ball and claw feet, 35.5cm diameter by Barker Brothers Silver Ltd 1957 of Birmingham, 42.9 troy oz £300-400

647. A SET OF THREE OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, London 1759 by John Lambert; and a further Old English pattern tablespoon by William Bateman 1835, 9.3 troy oz (4) £80-120

648. A SET OF SIX SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS by Eley & Fearn 1817; four Hanoverian pattern table forks, three by Charles Boynton 1899; six Hanoverian pattern dessert forks by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company 1904 and six fiddle pattern dessert spoons by Hayne & Carter 1858, 44 troy oz (22) £350-450

649. A PAIR OF CONICAL SHAPED CIRCULAR SWEETMEAT DISHES with a Celtic border and a turned flared foot, 11cm diameter, Birmingham 1934 by Roberts & Dore; a pair of sweetmeat dishes with pierced side and cast scroll and foliate border, 9cm diameter, Birmingham 1911 by Levi & Solomon; and a circular silver photo frame with applied ribbon swag decoration, 8cm high, 10 troy oz (5) £60-80 650. A LATE VICTORIAN BACHELORS SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SET, plain shaped and decorated with song birds amongst vegetation, ebonised handle and finial, 12cm high, London 1893 by Ackroyd Rhodes, 15.1 troy oz total; a silver plated teapot; a three piece coffee set; three condiment dishes; and a plated tankard (11) £150-200

651. A SILVER THREE PIECE CRUET SET consisting of a mustard pot with fluted sides, hinged lid, a glass liner, a matching salt with liner, a pepper and two spoons, Birmingham 1956 by Walker & Hall, cased; a cased silver butter dish with pierced sides, glass liner and knife, Birmingham 1927 by William Suckling; a cased silver scallop shell shaped butter dish and knife, London 1893 by Henry Wilkinson & Co; a cased silver vanity set by George Unite; six silver handle tea knives; a silver napkin ring; a silver sauce boat with dragon handle; and a plated three piece cruet set £200-250

652. A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN DESSERT SPOONS, London 1855 by A.B. Savory & Sons; and six table forks, same date and maker, 24.4 troy oz (12) £200-300

653.THREE VICTORIAN SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLESPOONS, varying dates and makers; a fiddle pattern serving spoon; four silver dessert spoons; six dessert forks; and one silver dessert knife, varying patterns, 27.5 troy oz (15) £200-300

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654. A COLLECTION OF EIGHT VARYING SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN SALT SPOONS, sixteen varying silver teaspoons, 11.3 troy oz; and further plated flatware; a teapot, cruet stand and toast rack £60-80

Lot 655

655. A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER NAPKIN RINGS with scroll and foliate decoration, London 1905 by Robert Stebbings; three varying silver sugar tongs; and a silver bowl, 7.6 troy oz (6) £50-80 656. A FOUR PIECE SILVER TEA SERVICE with an oval shaped teapot with panelled corners, domed hinged lid, bun feet, ebonised handle and finial, 15cm high, with matching water jug, sugar basin and jug, Sheffield 1932 by The Atkin Brothers; and a pair of sugar tongs, 59.2 troy oz total £500-600

Lot 656

657. A PAIR OF SILVER HEXAGONAL SHAPED CANDLESTICKS with waisted shaped columns and stepped bases, 16cm high, London by E.N. Cunliffe, 9.6 troy oz £100-200

658. A HAND RISEN SILVER BEAKER of plain tapering for engraved with snow drops, 10.5cm high, London 1982 by E.N. Cunliffe; and a hand pierced and risen caddy spoon with a planished finish, 7.5cm long by the same maker 1987, and a silver egg cup, 6.7 troy oz (3) £80-120

659. A HAND RISEN SILVER TEAPOT of baluster form and standing on a turned flared foot and with a carved wooden handle and thumb piece, 23cm long, London 1990 by E.N. Cunliffe, 17.4 troy oz in total £120-160

660. A HAND FORGED SILVER COFFEE POT of plain tapering form and standing on a turned stepped foot with a carved wooden handle and thumb piece, 23cm high, London 1983, 23.4 troy oz in total £180-220

661. A HAND RISEN SILVER CREAM JUG of plain baluster form on a turned stepped foot and plain whip lash handle, 9cm high, London 1987 by E.N. Cunliffe; a hand risen silver bowl on a tapering circular foot, 10.5cm diameter by the same maker 1990; and a further silver bowl on a turned foot, 15cm diameter by the same maker 1982, 15.1 troy oz (3) £120-160

662. A CASED SET OF SIX ART DECO STYLE SILVER TEASPOONS with tapering handles, Sheffield 1933 by Lee & Wigfull; a cased set of silver handled tea knives by The Cooper Brothers & Sons; a set of six coffee spoons, cased; and seven varying silver spoons and enamelled plated spoons £60-80

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663. A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER CASTOR, baluster shaped with a pierced press on lid and a turned stepped foot, 14cm high, Sheffield 1893 by Henry Stratford Ltd, cased; a pair of silver napkin rings with pressed fluted decoration by Deakin & Francis 1890, cased; a further silver napkin ring by Milne of Aberdeen; and a pair of bright cut sugar tongs by Thomas Dicks, 6.6 troy oz (6) £80-120

Lot 663

664. A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE with engine turned decoration, 11.5cm long by Walker & Hall; a three piece backed dressing table set; a four piece plated tea set; a plated cruet set; a tankard and various other items £60-80

668. A SET OF SIX SILVER PISTOL GRIP HANDLED TEA KNIVES, Sheffield 1910 by Isaac Ellis & Sons; an oval shaped glass lined silver mustard pot; a silver pepper; a silver glass lined salt; a silver decanter label by Leonard Urquhart of Edinburgh; two silver napkin rings, various flatware and other items £60-80 666. A COLLECTION OF ELEVEN SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN TABLESPOONS, five by Samuel Godbehere and Edward Wigan 1795, the others by different makers, and eleven silver Hanoverian pattern table forks by various makers, 42.8 troy oz (22) £350-450

665. A GEORGE IV SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN CANTEEN consisting of twelve tablespoons, twelve table forks, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks and twelve teaspoons, London 1820 and 1821 by William Chawner, 81.2 troy oz (60) £700-900

Sold to benefit the ‘Kings Sutton Parochial Church Appeal Fund’

669. A PAIR OF SILVER TABLE ORNAMENTS in the form of a cock and hen pheasant, 23cm long, Sheffield 1997 by C.J. Vander Ltd, 34.6 troy oz £300-400 670. A FRENCH SILVER, GILT AND ENAMEL GOTHIC STYLE CHALICE AND PATEN, the tapering bowl with four enamelled panels depicting Saints, matching turned foot and a grape vine decorated knop, 22cm high by Placide Poussielgue-Rusand circa 1860, with a silver gilt paten engraved on the underside of a kneeling figure being blessed, 14.5cm diameter, 25 troy oz (2) £600-800

667. A COLLECTION OF VARIOUS SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN FLATWARE TO INCLUDE eight dessert spoons, six dessert forks, sixteen teaspoons, six Hanoverian pattern dessert forks, one Old English pattern basting spoon, two Queens pattern teaspoons and two fiddle pattern teaspoons, 38 troy oz (41) £300-400

673. A DANISH ‘MAERSK LINE’ BOTTLE OPENER, the circular handle with shipping scene and inscription, stamped ‘Sterling Denmark’, with maker’s mark for Horsens Sølvarrefabrik, together with a silver cased wristwatch and two further items (4) £40-60

671. A FRENCH SILVER GILT HAND BELL with egg and dart decoration and matching turned handle, 10cm high, 3.9 troy oz £60-80

672. A FRENCH GILT METAL COMMUNION SET CONSISTING OF two glass bottles with engraved grapevine decoration, gilt bases and handles with vine decoration and standing on an oval tray, with a gilt metal circular wafer box, a folding bible stand, candle light crucifix and two frames and with a travelling case (9) £100-200

674. A GEORGIAN THREE PIECE PICNIC SET consisting of a folding mother of pearl handle knife, matching fork and a silver spoon, and with a leatherette case, 8.7cm long £60-80

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675. A SILVER TRAY with engine turned decoration for Asprey & Co, London 1920, 11.5cm long; and a pair of Asprey & Co silver dishes with shaped and pierced bowls, 12.3cm diameter, Birmingham 1931, 9 troy oz (3) £100-150

676. A SET OF THREE IRISH SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS, Dublin 1790 by Samuel Neville, 7.4 troy oz (3) £80-120

677. A SET OF TWELVE HANOVARIAN PATTERN TABLE FORKS crested on the reverse London 1804 by William Eley, 24.6 troy oz (12) £200-300

680. A SILVER PLATED OVAL BUTLERS TRAY with pierced and shaped gallery, 62cm wide £60-80

678. A QUANTITY OF SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN FLATWARE TO INCLUDE: three table forks, three tablespoons, three dessert forks, two dessert spoons and six teaspoons, varying dates and makers, all crested, 25.6 troy oz (17) £200-300

679. AN OVAL SILVER PLATED TWO HANDLED BUTLERS TRAY with gadrooned border, 61cm; a plated muffin dish and cover; a plated bowl; two entrée dishes and three further dishes (8) £50-60

683. A LATE VICTORIAN THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SET, oval shaped teapot with a shell and foliate border, four bun feet, ebonised handle and finial, 14.5cm high, Birmingham 1899 by Thomas Hayes, 28 troy oz total £200-300

682. A SET OF SIX SILVER COFFEE SPOONS with game and hunting finials, 11cm long, Birmingham 1948 by William Suckling Ltd, cased, 2.5 troy oz (6) £60-80

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684. A SILVER TRINKET BOX decorated with five Greek figures, 11cm long, Chester 1897 by Nathan & Hayes; a further trinket box decorated with two seated ladies and a musician, 10.5cm long, Chester 1902 by Henry Mathews; and a cushion shaped silver soap box decorated with cherubs by William Comyns, 11 troy oz (3) £80-120

681. A SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, of hinged rectangular form, engraved with scrolling foliage, hallmarked for Birmingham 1919, 8.4cm long, and an amber coloured cheroot holder in case (2) £30-40

685. A COLLECTION OF SILVER TO INCLUDE: three varying napkin rings, a silver cigarette case, two bright cut teaspoons, a silver and mother of pearl fruit knife, a posy vase, a bone and silver cheroot holder, a plated cigar cutter, a gold filled fountain pen and a further plated napkin ring (12) £40-60

686.THREE SILVER FIDDLE PATTERN TABLE FORKS, London 1852, makers mark T.H. over T.H.; three similar forks by Henry Atkin 1896 and two by William, Charles and Henry Eley; a cased set of six hobnail finial coffee spoons, Birmingham 1963 by Cohen & Charles; and two sets of coffee bean spoons, 22.8 troy oz total £150-200


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687. A SILVER SAUCE BOAT with piecrust shaped borders, three cabriole legs and open ‘C’ scroll handle, 16cm long, Birmingham 1934 by Mappin & Webb; a silver napkin ring with vine decoration; a silver baluster shaped pepper; a silver child’s pusher; a Dutch silver spice box, 8.3 troy oz; and various plated items to include a teapot, sugar basin and other items 688. A LIMITED EDITION SILVER DISH for The Royal Highness The Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips No. 448 of 2,000, cased with certificate, 23cm diameter, 12.1 troy oz £100-150

Lot 688

689. A LATE VICTORIAN SCOTTISH SILVER LIDDED TWO HANDLED PORRINGER with chased cherub, scroll and foliate decoration and gilt interior, Edinburgh 1895 by Brook & Son, 16cm wide, 9 troy oz £100-200

690. A VICTORIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SET, a rectangular teapot with canted corners and engraved foliate decoration, ebonised handle and finial, 13cm high, with matching milk jug and sugar basin, London 1880 by Martin Hall & Co, 22.7 troy oz in total £200-300

691. A VICTORIAN SILVER TEA CADDY, oval shaped with chased foliate and scroll decoration and with a press on lid, 10cm high, London 1894 by Josiah Williams & Co, 6.5 troy oz £80-120

692. A GEORGE IV OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SOUP LADLE, 32cm long, London 1822 by William Eley & William Fearn, 6.1 troy oz £60-80

693. A GEORGE IV SILVER TEAPOT, bun shaped and standing on a turned stepped foot and with an applied pierced foliate gallery, composite handle and finial, 13cm high, Birmingham 1923 by Docker & Burn Ltd, 12.9 troy oz in total £100-150

694. A CASED SCOTTISH SILVER HANDLE CARVING KNIFE AND FORK, the handles decorated with panelled scenes with figure and with horse and rider finials, knife 36.5cm long, with import marks for the Netherlands 1910 and retailed by Hamilton & Inches of Edinburgh £100-200

695. AN ART DECO STYLE SILVER TANKARD with flared and staggered bowl and double ‘C’ scroll handle, 7.5cm high, Birmingham 1944 by J.B. Chatterley & Sons Ltd; a four divisional silver toast rack with detachable oval base by Hamilton & Inches 1904, 14.5cm long; and a silver helmet jug with gadrooned edges, 10.5cm high, London 1917 by Wilson & Sharp, 10.4 troy oz (3) £100-150

696. A PAIR OF GEORGE II SILVER BUN SALTS with beaded edge, three cabriole legs and hoof feet, 7.5cm wide, London 1750 and 1753 by Isaac Dalton; and a Scottish silver Kings pattern toddy ladle, 15.5cm long, Edinburgh 1846 by George Bell, 5.2 troy oz (3) £60-80

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697. A GEORGE III SILVER MEAT SKEWER with a plain ring handle, 27cm long, London 1808 by William Bennett; and a similar silver skewer by Eley & Fearn 1822, 4.2 troy oz (2) £50-80

698. A SET OF TEN VICTORIAN SCOTTISH BRIGHT TEASPOONS, Edinburgh 1881 by A.M. & Co; a set of ten silver hobnail ended teaspoons, London 1909 by Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater; and two further hobnail ended spoons, 11 troy oz (22) £80-120

699. A NORWEGIAN SILVER MUSTARD POT by Marius Hammer of Bergen with recumbent lion feet and finial, 830 grade silver, 8cm high, 2.8 troy oz £60-80

700. A PLAIN SILVER DISH with inset by Wang Hing and stamped 90, 8.4cm diameter; a continental silver spoon with shell decorated bowl and cast handle; a miniature silver photo frame; five varying mustard spoons; two pickle forks; a butter knife; and a pair of silver bowls on turned wooden plinths, 9.4 troy oz (13) £70-90

701. A VICTORIAN SILVER HANDLE AND IVORY PAPER KNIFE with pressed foliate and scroll decoration, 39.5cm long, London 1890, no makers mark; and an ivory handled silver crumb scoop with engraved scroll and foliate decoration, Sheffield, by The Atkin Brothers 1906 (2) £80-120

702. A PAIR OF CAN SHAPED SILVER MUSTARD POTS with domed hinged lids and blue glass liners by The Barnards; a pair of baluster shaped peppers by Brook & Son; two peppers; a salt and pepper; and a mustard pot, 8.5 troy oz (9) £60-80

703. A QUANTITY OF SILVER PLATE TO INCLUDE a butlers tray, a pint tankard, two glass oil lamps, six Scottish thistle shaped tots, a toast rack and various flatware £60-80 704. A SET OF SIX FISH KNIVES AND FORKS and a pair of servers with silver handled Kings pattern, Sheffield 1960 by William Yates, in outer case; and a set of six silver plated soup spoons by Walker & Hall in outer leather case (2) £40-60

705. A GEORGIAN COWRIE SHELL AND SILVER MOUNTED SNUFF BOX with a hinged lid and gilt interior, 8.5cm long, 1817 by George Pearson £150-200

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706. A CONTEMPORARY HEAVY GAUGE SILVER CASTOR, pear shaped and standing on a turned stepped foot and with a pierced lid and bayonet fitting, 16cm high, Birmingham 1982, makers mark by A.H. Richards, 10.6 troy oz; a contemporary sifter spoon by the same maker and dated 1986; and a set of six teaspoons 1989, all by the same maker, 17.2 troy oz (8) £150-200

707. A PAIR OF SILVER BOTTLE COASTERS with foliate and scroll decorated border and turned wooden bases, 15cm diameter, Sheffield 1919 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd £100-200

708. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER CREAM JUG of tapering waisted form and with a shell decorated rim and base, 9cm high, Sheffield 1907 by Walker & Hall; and a pair of two handled circular dishes standing on four cabriole legs with glass liners by Paynes of Oxford (2) £60-80


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709. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SPECTACLE CASE with engraved scroll decoration and felt lined, 11cm long, Birmingham 1909 by D Brothers; a silver cigarette case and a silver vesta case (3) £50-60

710. A CONTEMPORARY SILVER BOOK MARK with a textured finish and plain handle, 16.5cm long, London 1979 by Brian Leslie Fuller £20-30

711. A CONTEMPORARY SILVER DECANTER LABEL pierced for Sherry in the form of a fox walking through grass, 8cm long, London 1976 by Walker & Hall, 0.9 troy oz; a silver plated label in the form of vine leaves pierced for Brandy; a pair of plated grape scissors with vine decoration in relief; a silver lined petrol cigarette lighter by Colibra; and a gilt cigarette case (5) £40-60

712. A PAIR OF PLAIN OVAL SILVER NAPKINS, 5cm wide, Sheffield 1967, makers mark C.W.; a silver napkin ring with engine turned decoration by Sanders & Mackenzie; a plated napkin ring; a silver fish slice; a Georgian silver Old English pattern caddy spoon; a cast jam spoon with an oval bowl decorated with berries by Thomas White 1889; various silver and plated flatware, some cased, silver 17 troy oz (qty) £120-160 713. A COLLECTION OF SILVER PLATE TO INCLUDE a pair of candlesticks with vine decoration; three single plated candlesticks; a galleried tray on four legs; two plated circular trays; and a Middle Eastern brass tray (9) £40-60

Lot 714

714. A SILVER AND ENAMEL TRINKET BOX with canted corners by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, London 1909, 5.2cm square £80-120 715. A VICTORIAN SILVER BACKED HAND HELD MIRROR decorated with birds, cherubs and scroll and shell decoration, 1905 by The Boots Pure Drug Company, 29cm long; and a silver topped glass jar with foliate decoration, Birmingham 1903 by S Blanckensee & Sons Ltd (2) £50-60 716. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SILVER GRAPE SCISSORS with engraved foliate decoration, 19cm long, Birmingham 1891 by John Gammage; a pair of silver plated nutcrackers; a pair of silver spice spoons with pressed coin bowls; a silver sifter spoon; two butter knifes and two further spoons (11) £60-80

Lot 718

717. A SILVER MUSTARD POT, bun shaped with three cabriole legs, hinged lid and double ‘C’ scroll handle with blue glass liner, London 1947 by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company; matching salr; three silver spoons and two silver napkin rings (7) £30-50 718. A SILVER WAITER with a piecrust border and standing on three ball and claw feet, 15.5cm diameter, Birmingham 1936 by A.L. Davenport Ltd, 6.1 troy oz £60-80

Lot 719

719. A SILVER SALVER with shell and scroll border and standing on three ball and claw feet, 21.5cm diameter, London 1927 by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd, 11.1 troy oz £100-200 720. A GEORGE II SILVER SALVER with a shell and piecrust border standing on three hoof feet with double scrolled legs and with an engraved armorial, 27.5cm diameter, Newcastle 1752 by John Langlands, 24.4 troy oz £250-350 721. A GEORGIAN PLAIN OVAL SHAPED MUSTARD POT with a domed hinged lid, ball finial and reeded handle with clear glass liner, 12cm long, possibly by Charles Rawlings of Newcastle with spoon, and a pair of George III oval shaped bun salts with shell border, four cabriole legs with hoof feet, London 1768 by D & R Hennell and a further near matching pair by Robert Hennell 1782, 14.4 troy oz £120-160 722. A GEORGE II SILVER SAUCE BOAT with wavy edge, three shell and cabriole legs with hoof feet and double open ‘C’ scroll handle, 16cm long, London 1751 by Charles Chesterman; a three piece cruet set of baluster form by James Deakin & Sons with three spoons; and a silver bottle coaster (minus base), 11.3 troy oz £80-120

Lot 720

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723. A VICTORIAN SILVER FOUR LIGHT CANDELABRUM with a tapering triangular base, chased scroll, shell and foliate decoration, with matching baluster column, three branches and central candle holder, 63.5cm high, London 1840 by John Mortimer & John Samuel Hunt, with engraved presentation to Lt General. The Right Honble Sir E Blakeney. K.C.B. & G.C.H. by a few friends, Dublin 1841, 138.8 troy oz (also illustrated on front cover) £2000-3000

724. A GEORGIAN THREE PIECE SILVER TEA SET, oval shaped teapot with panelled silver, engraved key pattern decoration, domed lid with a silver pineapple finial and scrolled wooden handle, 19cm high, London 1804 by Godbehere, Wigan & Boult with sugar basin and jug, 1805 and 1806, 27.8 troy oz total £600-800

726. A SET OF SIX SILVER HOBNAIL STYLE TEASPOONS, Sheffield 1917 by The Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, cased; an Old English pattern tablespoon with bright cut decoration, London 1776 by George Greenhill Jones; a pair of silver sugar tongs, Exeter 1851 by John Stone, 4.7 troy oz; and a quantity of plated flatware and part tea set £30-40 727. A LATE 17TH CENTURY SILVER MOUNTED COCONUT CUP with applied flower head motifs and a turned stepped foot with engraved decoration, 10.5cm high, and with an indistinct maker’s mark £500-600 728. A SILVER SALVER with piecrust border and three scrolling feet, 25.5cm diameter, Sheffield 1959 by Viner’s Ltd; and an 800 grade continental two handled tray with foliate border, 31cm wide, 13.1 troy oz (2) £200-300

730. A SILVER ART DECO STYLE CIGARETTE CASE with engine turned decoration, 11cm long, BIrmingham 1933 by Frederick Field; a further silver cigarette case by the same maker; a leather lined silver card case; and a nickel card case (4) £60-80

Lot 727

Lot 728

729. A CONTINENTAL OVAL SILVER TRAY with a panelled border decorated with scrolls, 40.5cm long, 22.8 troy oz £120-160

Lot 729

732. A VICTORIAN SILVER CASED SCENT BOTTLE with wrythen sides and enamelled lid with the crest of New College, Oxford, 7.5cm high, London 1890 by Sampson Mordan & Co £80-120

725. A SILVER ELECTROPLATED OVAL TRAY with a pierced shaped gallery and bun feet, 61cm wide £80-120

733. A VICTORIAN SILVER SOVEREIGN CASE, plain bun shaped with carrying handle, 4.5cm long, London 1883 by Sampson Mordan £40-60

731. A GEORGE III SILVER LEMONADE OR CORDIAL JUG with a fluted lower body, turned stepped foot, hinged lid, double spouted with internal drainer and ebonised handle, 19.5cm high, London 1810, possibly by Henry Nutting, 21.6 troy oz total £150-200

734. A WHITE METAL PROPELLING PENCIL in the form of a flintlock pistol, 7.5cm long, by Sampson Mordan £80-120

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735. A SILVER THREE PIECE CRUET SET consisting of a lidded octagonal shaped mustard pot with blue glass liner; a pepper and salt; and two spoons, 10cm high, with fitted case by Garrard & Co Ltd 1987, 8.7 troy oz £80-120

736. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER ROSE BOWL with chased scroll, foliate and shell decoration and standing on a turned chased base, Birmingham 1905 by Williams (Birmingham) Ltd and turned wooden plinth, 24cm diameter, 19.9 troy oz £175-225

737. A SET OF SILVER, GILT AND ENAMEL TEA FORKS AND SPOONS, each pair in a different colour by Egon Lauridsen (Copenhagen 1936-1966), cased; a cased set of six Frigast Denmark silver and enamelled spoons with a sugar spoon; and a further set of silver and enamel teaspoons with foliate decoration, import marks for 1913 cased (3) £100-200

738. A SET OF SIX SILVER AND ENAMEL COFFEE SPOONS with individual colours by Cohen & Charles 1969, cased; a set of enamel spoons by The Barker Brothers Silver Ltd 1933; silver gilt and enamel teaspoons by Mappin & Webb 1937; and a further cased set with foliate decorated bowls by Currer & Simpson (4) £100-200

739. A SET OF SIX SILVER GILT AND ENAMEL COFFEE SPOONS of individual colours by David Andersen, cased; a set of tea forks by the same maker, stamped 925; a pair of gilt and enamel coffee cups and saucers by T Goode & Co Ltd with a pair of matching silver and enamel spoons; and a set of six plated coffee spoons £60-80

740. AN OVAL SHAPED SILVER TEAPOT with a gadrooned edge, domed hinged lid and ebonised handle, 32cm long, Sheffield 1931 by Viner’s Ltd, with matching hot water jug, 48 troy oz total £200-300

741. A SILVER TWO PIECE COFFEE SET with a baluster shaped coffee pot, turned foot and woven cane handle with matching milk or hot water jug, Sheffield 1968 by Joseph Rogers & Sons, 38.8 troy oz total £200-300

742. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TEAPOT, baluster shaped with wrythen sides, flared and shaped rim, four cabriole legs with hoof feet, ebonised double ‘C’ scroll handle and finial, 22.5cm long, Birmingham 1905 by Elkington & Co, 19.9 troy oz £80-120

743. A CONTINENTAL OVAL SHAPED SILVER DISH with a Chippendale style border, 45cm wide, 835 grade silver by Wilhelm Binder of Germany, 33.5 troy oz £200-300

745. A GEORGE III IRISH SILVER SOUP LADLE with scallop shell shaped bowl and with a chased and engraved Old English style handle decorated with a scroll and shell cartouche and flowers, 37cm long, by William Reynold of Cork, circa 1760, 5.8 troy oz £600-800 744. A SILVER SALVER with a gadrooned and shaped border standing on three ball and claw feet, 25.5cm diameter, Sheffield 1966, makers mark ‘S.P.’, 16.5 troy oz £130-160

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746. A CHINESE SILVER CHEROOT CASE with chased chrysanthemums, insects and figures on the reverse, 14cm long by Tuck Chang, 6.7 troy oz £80-120

747.TWO OLD ENGLISH AND THREAD PATTERN SERVING SPOONS, one by William Seaman 1818, the other dated 1795, makers mark rubbed; and an Old English pattern basting spoon by Peter William and Ann Bateman 1800, 9.1 troy oz (3) £120-160

748. A PLAIN TAPERING SILVER TANKARD standing on a turned flared foot, 12cm high, Sheffield 1925 by C.W. Fletcher & Son Ltd, 9.0 troy oz £60-80

751. A PAIR OF SILVER SAUCE BOATS with gadrooned edges, scrolled handles and cabriole legs with hoof feet, 15.5cm long, Sheffield 1963 by C.W. Fletcher & Son Ltd; and a silver baluster shaped jug with a reeded handle decorated with flowers, 12cm high by George Edward & Sons of Glasgow 1908, 12.2 troy oz (3) £100-150

752. A PAIR OF GEORGIAN SILVER SALTS, oval shaped with pierced sides, ball and claw feet and blue glass liners, 8cm wide, London 1771 by David & Robert Hennell; a pair of baluster shaped peppers with drilled press on lids and turned finials, 13cm high, London 1901 by The Fairpoint Brothers; and two salt spoons, 9.7 troy oz (6) £100-200

749. A SILVER SLIDE ACTION CIGARETTE CASE with engine turned decoration, 24.5cm long, Chester 1937 by Jay & Richard Attenborough; a further cigarette case by George Unite; and three silver vesta cases, 14.3 troy oz (5) £80-120

750. A VICTORIAN SILVER TWO HANDLED BASIN with scrolling handles and four shell decorated feet, 20cm wide, London 1839 by Richard Pearce & George Burrows; and a late Victorian silver vase with a wrythen lower body, matching foot and further leaf decoration, 22cm high, London 1895 by Daniel & John Welby, 19.7 troy oz (2) £150-200

753. A PAIR OF SILVER BUTTER DISHES, rectangular shaped with shaped sides, scroll decoration and glass liners, 15cm wide by Walker & Hall 1900; a further butter dish with pierced sides and chased urban scene with a glass liner; an oval dish with pierced sides with scroll and foliate decoration by Howard & Co of New York; and a silver six divisional toast rack on ball feet by The Atkin Brothers (5) £150-200

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754. A SILVER MOUNTED SILVER CIRCULAR SEWING BOX with a silk lined fitting and pin cushion lid, Birmingham 1903 by Deakin & Francis Ltd; a circular silk lined trinket box; a Victorian silver lidded tin with foliate decoration; an oval shaped needle box; a silver topped glass jar; and an Art Nouveau silver mounted photo frame (6) £100-200

755. A PART SILVER CANTEEN OF HANOVERIAN PATTERN FLATWARE consisting of six table forks, six dessert spoons and five dessert forks by Viner & Co, 1931, 31 troy oz (17) £275-350

756. AN AMERICAN PART CANTEEN OF SILVER CUTLERY, fiddle pattern with scroll and foliate decorated handles consisting of six tablespoons, eight table forks, eight dessert forks and seven dessert spoons, three of which are slightly shorter, stamped Sterling, 50.9 troy oz (29) £400-600

757. A SILVER PART CANTEEN OF CUTLERY, Hanoverian style with scrolled ends consisting of five table forks, four tablespoons, eight dessert spoons, eight dessert forks, two soup ladles, London 1866 by Hunt & Roskell; and three similar table forks, Old English pattern, London 1887 by Francis Higgins III (30) £650-850 758. A SET OF FIVE SILVER CAPITAL PATTERN TABLE FORKS, five dessert spoons, Sheffield 1968 by Poston Products Ltd, 7.3 troy oz; six silver handle table knives and six side knives by A.E. Poston & Co. Ltd, 1968; six plated table knives and six side knives (24) £80-120

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760. A PAIR OF FOUR DIVISIONAL SILVER TOAST RACKS, 7.5cm wide, Sheffield 1934 by Viner’s Ltd; a silver scallop shaped butter dish with foliate decoration and fluted ball feet, 12cm long, Sheffield 1904 by The Atkin Brothers; a further shell shaped dish 1902; two oval shaped silver frames; a plated bowl and cover and a plated soup ladle (8) £50-80

761. A SILVER BACKED DRESSING TABLE SET with pressed cherub decoration consisting of two hairbrushes, two clothes brushes and a hand mirror, Birmingham 1924 by Henry Mathews; and an Edwardian ivory handled five piece dressing table set £50-80

759. A PAIR OF BOY AND GIRL SILVER PEPPERS in the form of two Dutch children by Berthold Mulle with 925 import mark for London 1913, 9cm high, 6 troy oz (2) £400-600

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762. A LARGE VICTORIAN SILVER MOUNTED EASEL FRAMED TABLE MIRROR, pierced and chased with mythical, classical and cherub figures by William Comyns, London 1888, overall measurement 72 x 54cm high £1500-2000

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763. A GEORGE IV SILVER TEAPOT with six wrythen panel, matching lid with a cast foliate finial, wooden handle and plain turned base, 7cm high, London 1825 by John Wakefield, 28.8 troy oz total £200-300

764. A SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN CADDY SPOON with scallop shell shaped bowl, 8cm long, London 1789 by Solomon Houghman; a pair of silver sugar tongs with cast leaf decorated handles by Samuel Atkins; a silver picnic knife and fork; two silver mustard spoons and ten various silver teaspoons, 6.8 troy oz total (17) £50-80

765. A GEORGE III SILVER VINAIGRETTE with an inset agate mounted inside a foliate border and with a pierced hinged gauze cover, 2.7cm wide, Birmingham 1824 by Thomas Freeman (2) £150-200

766. A VICTORIAN OVAL SHAPED VINAIGRETTE in a pendant form with scroll engraved panels and gilded hinged gauze cover, 3.5cm long overall, Birmingham 1860 by Aston & Son £80-120

767. AN EDWARDIAN SILVER COFFEE POT of baluster form and fluted lower body, 16cm high, Birmingham 1904 by Horace Woodward & Co Ltd, 11.4 troy oz £80-120

768. A COLLECTION OF SILVER TO INCLUDE: a small sauce boat with ball and claw feet, Birmingham 1896 by John Millward Banks, a clover leaf shaped dish, an oval dish with pierced sides, a pair of silver napkin rings, a sifter spoon, a pair of sugar tongs, a child’s spoon depicting ‘Little Miss Muffet’, and a set of six berry coffee spoons, 9.2 troy oz total (15) £80-120

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STUDIO CERAMICS Auction: 8 December 2016 OXFORD Closing date: 28 October 2016 Appointments available nationwide. For more information or to arrange an appointment please contact Philip Smith on P: 01865 241358 E: philip.smith@mallams.co.uk www.mallams.co.uk

Image: Pair of Mouseman Owl bookends. Consigned for December Auction. Estimate ÂŁ1000-2000


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SALE RESULTS Bocardo House – 14/7/16

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£170 £110 £160 £220 £100 £200 £240 £200 £60 £50 £65 £30 £100 £55 £40 £120 £160 £50 £500 £35 £50 £120 £110 £200 £200 £85 £85 £20 £220 £130 £15 £240 £130 £110 £30 £160 £360 £350 £90 £190 £90 £20 £320 £220 £240 £280 £90 £40 £60 £120 £80 £80 £140 £70 £320 £90 £150 £85 £120 £100 £780 £500 £560

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£20 £200 £100 £600 £80 £70 £55 £130 £400 £550 £30 £60 £75 £85 £500 £150 £190 £120 £220 £1200 £60 £300 £50 £80 £75 £65 £1700 £270 £480 £180 £500 £3800 £380 £2000 £2600 £480 £950 £80 £130 £90 £70 £820 £220 £40 £170 £2000 £85 £400 £100 £100 £320 £240 £50 £720 £90 £100 £500 £140 £80 £60 £100 £100 £190

169 170 171 172 173 175 176 177 178 179 182 195 196 197 198 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 208 209 210 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 246 247 248 249 250 251 253 256

£100 £80 £800 £200 £100 £80 £50 £900 £40 £220 £70 £40 £95 £110 £130 £140 £220 £75 £70 £2400 £3000 £500 £100 £680 £55 £180 £260 £220 £110 £40 £30 £40 £2600 £160 £70 £600 £1300 £300 £130 £150 £420 £240 £220 £120 £1400 £2200 £110 £1100 £100 £1000 £550 £450 £240 £300 £240 £25 £800 £650 £260 £160 £20 £150 £130

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£220 £150 £65 £110 £480 £650 £320 £2800 £400 £750 £130 £400 £20 £5000 £680 £420 £1150 £1800 £80 £650 £240 £55 £1400 £500 £30 £620 £2000 £40 £190 £320 £40 £150 £300 £30 £90 £150 £30 £320 £140 £55 £850 £280 £320 £35 £90 £30 £100 £1000 £160 £65 £55 £60 £140 £110 £180 £280 £50 £580 £150 £1200 £620 £320 £20


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£750 £1300 £110 £90 £800 £110 £80 £580 £220 £450 £220 £70 £20 £75 £40 £110 £100 £35 £260 £280 £220 £150 £50 £140 £90 £150 £300 £50 £75 £110 £1100 £160 £80 £100 £120 £60 £80 £90 £55 £170 £340 £320 £1400 £180 £800 £80 £70 £600 £420 £700 £190 £75 £260 £80 £60 £190 £110 £220 £220 £700 £60 £240 £300

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£20 £80 £180 £400 £70 £280 £80 £220 £300 £1100 £260 £4400 £75 £50 £25 £950 £600 £180 £190 £1600 £480 £50 £180 £190 £140 £1200 £750 £950 £120 £160 £580 £480 £170 £60 £750 £35 £350 £280 £850 £680 £25 £190 £40 £240 £110 £20

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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. In completing the bidder registration on www.the-saleroom.com and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers, you: 1. authorise Mallams Fine Art auctioneers, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via the-saleroom.com, and 2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers through www.the-saleroom.com and agree that Mallams Fine art Auctioneers are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. Please note that any lots purchased via the-saleroom.com live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price.


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Absentee Bid Form

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

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

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

Notices

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Price Limit

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

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

Signed:

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

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