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Fine Art & Antique Sale

Lot 358 Estimate 10,000 - 15,000

Wednesday 2nd December 2009


Selection of Art Glass

Selection of Royal Doulton

Selection of Beswick


FINE ART & ANTIQUE SALE Wednesday 2nd 2009 At 10am

Viewing: Saturday 28th November 10am – 1pm Tuesday 1st December 2pm – 7pm And morning of sale from 9am

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Front Cover Illustration Lot: 358

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Our next General Sale will be held on Wednesday16th December at 10am


CERAMICS, GLASS AND WORKS OF ART 1.

Seven graduating copper measures and a brass Imperial diam measure, Calcutta Mint Number 112. £100-150

2.

A pair �� �������� of Canton �������������������� enamel vases with ����� applied low handles decorated with panels of warriors etc. (one broken). 46cm high £40-60

3.

A pair �� �������� of 19th Century Staffordshire ����� �������� �������������� standing lions with glass eyes. 30cm long £50-80

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A pair �� �������� of Continental ����������������������� cornucopia shaped glass vases supported on a metal framework. 39cm long £40-60 A Sunderland �� ���������������������������������� purple lustre circular bowl ‘Jack Crawford’ and ‘Merrily round the Capstan’. 28cm diameter £80-120

6.

A hand carved figure group. �� ����� ������� ������� ������ 25cm high £40-60

7.

A large �� �������������� Carlton Ware �������������� baluster shaped ginger jar and cover ‘Kang Hsi’ pattern, blue printed mark and gold mark pattern. Number 2021. (Cracked and chipped to rim). 33cm high £40-60

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A Carlton Ware �� �������� ���������������������� boat shaped bowl decorated in the Oriental taste; a similar circular bowl; and a small Crown Devon vase and cover. (3) £80-150 A pair �� �������� of 1930’s Art ����������������������� Deco chrome figures of a nude holding aloft a basket of flowers, supported on alabaster bases. Base stamped ‘Limousin’. 37cm high. £40-60 

10.

Two Troika ���� ���������������� vases of square form ������������ decorated with typical geometric designs, with painted marks. 9.5cm high £80-120

11.

A Shelley Mabel �� �������� ������������������������� Lucie Attwell ‘BooBoo’ 3 piece tea set comprising elf’s house teapot, mushroom sugar bowl and elf milk jug. Registration numbers 724421. £250-350

12.

A pair �� �������� of late Georgian ����� ���������������������� etched glass rummers. £80-120

13.

A Kosta �� �������������� vase by Vicky Lindstrand, ������ ������������ number 71904 in brown, cased in clear glass. 21cm high £50-80

14.

A pair �� �������� of Whitefriars ������������������������ orange bark vases designed by Geoffrey Baxter. 19cm high. Illustrated £80-150

15.

A Whitefriars �� ������������������� Meadow Green ������ volcano vase. 17.5cm high Illustrated £60-100

16.

A Whitefriars �� �������������������������������� triangular textured vase in pewter. 17.5cm high Illustrated £50-80

17.

Two Whitefriars ���� ������������������ smoky grey ����� coloured vases and five various Whitefriars vases. (7) Illustrated £60-100

18.

A Whitefriars �� ��������������������������������� orange coloured bark vase. 19cm high £40-60

19.

A Holmgaard �� ������������������������������ blue shaped shallow bowl, etched marks and numbered 15781. £30-50


20.

A 19th Century clear �� ����� �������� �������������������� glass tumbler with engraved decoration. 11cm high £30-50

21.

A green �� ���������������������������� iridescent glass frog. 10cm high £80-120

22.

A Monart Art glass vase of �� ����������� ������ ����� ���������� flared form, the bubbled decoration fading from white and gold to green and orange. (no label). 17cm high Illustrated £50-80

23.

A pair �� �������� of cut ���������������������� glass table lamps. 37cm high £80-120

24.

A Murano �� �������������������������� glass sculpture of 3 �� coloured birds resting on a clear glass branch. £40-60

25.

A pair �� �������� of Murano ��������������������� glass dancing figures; a blue figure signed ‘Toffolo’; and another in a pink dress. £40-60

26.

A Victorian �� ���������������������������������� single lustre decorated with coloured enamels and prints of children on a dark and pale green ground. 35cm high £50-80

27.

A Hummel �� ������������������������������� group ‘School Boys’ and ‘School Girls’. £40-60

28.

A pair �� �������� of Continental ���������������������� porcelain globular shaped vases with 4 applied loop bands, decorated with flowers with applied leaves. Gold painted shield mark. 18.5cm high £40-60

29.

A Maling �� �������������������������������� 2 handled octagonal bowl decorated with purple pansies and butterflies on a dark blue ground. Printed mark pattern numbers 5687. £60-80 

30.

�� A Maling ��������������������������� trumpet shaped vase Gladioli pattern on a pink and gold ground. Printed mark numbers 6319. 17cm high £30-50

31.

�� A pair �������� of Maling ���������������� blue and white ������ 1929 N.E. Coast Exhibition tea bowls. £50-80

32.

�� A 19th Century stoneware flask ����� �������� ���������������� ‘Mr. and Mrs. Caudle’, ‘No Mr. Caudle I shall not go to sleep like a good soul’; the reverse with ‘Miss Prettyman’; underside stamped ‘Stephen Green Lambeth’. 14cm high £80-120

33.

�� A set ������� of 4 ��������������������� Royal Doulton ‘The Beatles’ character jugs to include ‘John, George, Ringo and Paul’. Numbered D 6726. Illustrated £200-300

34.

�� A Royal Doulton figure ‘Sir Winston ������ �������� ������� ����� �������� Churchill’ HN 3057. £30-50

35.

�� A Royal ������������������� Doulton toby jug ������������� ‘Winston Churchill’, a ‘Winston Churchill’ character jug D 6907, and a small jug D 6934. £50-80

36.

�� A Royal ������������������������������ Doulton Limited Edition ‘Winston S. Churchill’ HN 3433. Limited Edition of 5000 number 1528. Illustrated £100-150

37.

�� A Royal ������������������������� Doulton group ‘The Bedtime Story’ HN 2059. £100-150

38.

�� A Royal Doulton figure ‘Blue Beard’ ������ �������� ������� ������ ������� HN 2105. £50-80

39.

�� A Royal Doulton figure ‘Potter’ HN ������ �������� ������� ��������� ��� 1493. £50-80


40.

�� A collection �������������� of 29 modern ���������������� Royal Albert Beatrix Potter animals and 8 modern Beswick Beatrix Potter figures and one Border Fine Art ‘Squirrel Nutkin’. (38) £100-150

41.

�� A Royal �������������������������� Copenhagen globular shaped vase decorated with blackberries. Numbers 1288 and 812. 15cm high £30-50

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�� A large ��������������������������� globular shaped Boch of Belgium vase decorated with stylised motifs and fruit. Printed mark, impressed 894 and painted D 745. 23.5cm high £30-50 �� A Royal Dux figure of a 1920’s ������ ���� ������� ����� ������������ lady wearing a pale blue dress; printed mark, pink triangle and impressed 3451. 26cm high £80-150 ����� Four Royal Worcester miniature ������ ���������� ���������� tankards, all decorated with bouquets of flowers. Puce mark. £100-150 �� A Wedgwood ����������������������������� lustreware circular shallow bowl, the centre of the bowl with a dragon on a green lustre ground, supported on a circular pedestal base. Gold printed mark, numbered Z 4831. 12cm diameter £40-60 �� A Holloway ointment ��������� ��������������������� pot for the cure of gout and rheumatism, inveterate ulcers, sore breasts etc. 333 Oxford Street, London. 3.75cm high £40-60 �� A Royal ������������������ Crown Derby Imari �������� 2 handled loving cup, red printed mark pattern, 1689 / 6299. 11.5cm high £100-150



48.

A Victorian �� ���������������������������� Royal Crown Derby octagonal Imari tapering style vase. Printed mark, painted numbers 1216 and 5986. £50-80

49.

A Royal �� ������������������ Crown Derby Imari ������ miniature mug dated 1902. Red printed mark, £40-60

50.

A Royal �� ������������������� Dux group of a hunting �������������� dog with a duck in its mouth, supported on a naturalistic base. Pink triangle number 1193. 25cm long £60-100

51.

A Continental �� ������������������������ centrepiece with ����� 3 girls stood around a pedestal supporting a shell shaped bowl, underglaze blue, crossed swords mark. 26cm high £40-60

52.

Six various Hummel figures. ���� �������� ������� �������� £60-80

53.

Five various Continental ����� �������� ������������������� boxes, scent bottles, etc. £30-50

54.

A 19th Century Wedgwood �� ����� �������� �������������� blue jasperware circular plate and a smaller pair of jasperware plates. Deep impressed marks. 21cm and 15cm diameter £60-80

55.

A Sunderland �� ������������������������� purple lustre rectangular plaque ‘Prepare to meet thy God’. 17cm long. £60-80

56.

A Sunderland �� ��������������������������� lustre circular wall ����� plaque ‘Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain’. 16cm diameter £100-150

57.

A large �� ������������������� Stilton dish and ��������������� cover on a turquoise blue ground with applied white leaf moulding. 31cm diameter. £30-50


58.

A pair �� �������� of Royal ����������������������� Doulton vases on a mottled green ground decorated with stylised flowers. Impressed marks and numbered 8348. 30cm high £60-100

59.

A Royal �� ����������������������������� Doulton trumpet shaped stoneware vase decorated with 3 beaded panels each with stylised flowers, supported on a stepped base. Impressed mark and numbered 8462. 20cm high £40-60

60.

A small �� �������������� pair of Royal �������������� Doulton stoneware globular shaped vases decorated with flowers on a mottled blue ground. Impressed mark numbers 8516. 12cm high Illustrated £80-120

61.

A 19th Century Copeland �� ����� �������� ��������������� plate with green printed mark; a Royal Worcester plate; and a Spode Imari square plate (3) £50-80

62.

A Bizarre �� ����������� by Clarice �������������� Cliff ‘Marguerite’ pattern honey pot. 10cm high £60-100

63.

A Beswick �� ����������������� model of ‘Lester ��������������� Piggot on Nijinsky’ number 2352. Illustrated £150-200

64.

A Beswick �� ����������������� model of ‘Anne ��������������� Moore on Psalm’, number 2535. Illustrated £150-200

65.

A Beswick model of ‘Brian Fletcher �� �������� ������ ��� ���������������� on Red Rum’, number 2511, matt. Illustrated £150-200

66.

A Beswick �� ����������������� model of ‘Pat Taffe ����� ��������� on Arkle’, numbers 2084. £150-200



67.

�� A Border Fine Arts group ‘The ����������������� ������ ����� Finish’ supported on a plinth base by David Geenty. 31cm long £80-120

68.

�� A cut ������������������������������� glass decanter, 4 coloured liqueur glasses with tall clear stems, a Spode blue and white tyg, a Worcester basket G857 and a blue and white Chinese shallow bowl. £50-75

69.

�� A large ������������������������� Canton enamel vase with ����� baluster shaped flared rim, below panels of figures with two pierced gilt and blue handles. 61cm high £300-400

70.

�� A Staffordshire ��������������������������������� clock group titled ‘Wesley’. 28cm high £30-50

71.

�� A small �������������������������� Staffordshire dog with a ����� �� basket of flowers in his mouth, 10cm high; and another gold flecked dog, 13cm high. £40-60

72.

�� A Royal ������������������� Doulton ‘Sam Weller’ �������� Series Ware teapot. £40-60

73.

�� A Shelley tea �������� �������������������������� set comprising 1 cake plate, cream jug, sugar bowl, 8 side plates, 6 cups and 7 saucers, with pink and mauve flowers and a purple handle edged in green. Printed mark and painted number. £100-150

74.

�� A pair �������� of Royal Worcester ������ ����������������� Hadley figures of a man and woman in Middle Eastern dress carrying water; Puce and impressed marks. Number 1250. 15cm high £300-400

75.

�� A Beswick ������������������������������� small seated fox and 4 hounds. £30-50


76.

�� A pair �������� of Japanese ������������������� cloisonné vases ������ with silver wire decorated on a blue ground, decorated with trees and birds by the waterside. £20-40

85.

A Japanese �� ��������������������������������� globular shaped famille vert ginger jar and cover with hardwood stand. 22cm high £40-60

77.

�� A small ����������������������������� porcelain scent bottle with ����� 2 stoppers of globular shape on a blue and white floral ground, overlaid with gilt decoration. 9.5cm high £60-100

86.

A set �� ������� of 3 ��������������������� Beswick graduating Kingfishers (one A.F.) numbered 729. £20-40

87.

Six various Hummel figures. ���� �������� ������� �������� £60-80

88.

A 167 piece Foley ‘Somerset’ �� ���� ������������ ����������� pattern dinner, tea and coffee service comprising: 2 cake plates; 15 dinner plates; 42 side plates; 2 tureens; 9 medium sized plates; 17 dessert plates; 1 oval plate; 6 soup bowls and saucers; 4 coffee cups and 6 saucers; 2 bowls; 2 milk jugs; 1 cream jug; 4 sugar bowls; 1 gravy boat and stand; 22 tea cups; 29 saucers; 2 teapots; 1 coffee pot; 5 odd saucers. £200-300

89.

A 26 �� �������������������������������� piece matching Coalport part service. £20-40

90.

A Cloisonne �� �������������������������� baluster shaped vase decorated with flowers and butterflies. 15cm high £30-50

91.

A Crown �� ��������������������� Ducal circular wall ������������ plaque number 5623D and a Crown Devon bowl 3040/9. £30-50

92.

A blue �� ��������� and white �������������������� Imari plaque, 38cm diameter and a large earthenware blue and white plate. £60-100

93.

Two 1930’s Spelter Olympic figures ���� ������� �������� �������� �������� supported on marble plinth bases. £40-60

78.

�� A Hummel ��������������������� group ‘Stormy Weather’, ���������� ‘Umbrella Girl’ and ‘Umbrella Boy’. £40-60

79.

�� A Maling ������������������������������� cobblestone storage jar ‘prunes’, a larger ‘flour’ jar and a green cobblestone mixing bowl (3) £40-60

80.

�� A cut ��������������������� glass table lamp with conical ����� �������� shade. £40-60

81.

�� A Gien of ����� ���������� France Majolica style ��������������� shield shaped wall plaque; printed mark. 32cm long £50-80

82.

�� A Continental Tazza ������������ ��������������������� on a brown and green ground, the bowl supported on 3 turned pillars, the whole decorated with roses, Impressed numbers 4527; and a pair of Victorian oval dishes decorated with garlands of flowers supported on oval bases. £40-60

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84.

�� A Shelley tea �������� �������� set with panels ����� ���������� of yellow and white edged with black, comprising 12 cups, 12 saucers, 12 side plates, cream jug, sugar bowl and 2 cake plates. Green printed mark. Pattern number 11581/31. £60-100 ������������������������������������ An Imari bottle shaped vase and lid and an Imari plate. (2) £40-60




Lot 337

Lot 204

Lot 244

Lot 145

Lot 126

Lot 140

Lot 365

Lot 366 


Lot 354

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120. �� A pair �������� of glass wall ������ ������������� sconces with ‘S’ ����� ���� scrolled arm, cut glass drip pan with glass drops, attached to an ornate gilt metal wall mount. £50-80 121. �� A pair �������� of glass wall ������ ������������� sconces with 2 ����� �� rope twist ‘S’ scrolled branches and central shepherd’s crook with tear drops. £50-80

128. �� A carved wooden ������� ���������������� model of a �� recumbent lion. 23cm long £20-40 129. �� A 19th Century mahogany ship’s ����� �������� ��������� ������� wheel with brass central hub and having 8 spokes. 123cm diameter £100-150 130. �� A 1920’s ������������������������������ oak circular snooker / billiard cue stand supported on a stepped base with bun feet, and a Burroughes and Watts of London wall mounted score board. £60-100

122. �� A pair �������� of German �������������� Second World ������ War binoculars, stamped BEH 7 x 50, number 455135, with leather case. £50-80 123. �� A late ���������� 19th Century early 20th �������� ������ ����� Century dolls Windsor chair with spindle and hoop back, supported on turned legs. 51cm high £40-60

131. ������������ An Infantry sword with steel ������ ����� ������������� blade, pierced brass handle with leather and wire grip, and a short bayonet. (2) £30-50 132. ��������������������� Two French bayonets, one dated ���������� 1868. £60-80

124. �� A 19th Century Rosewood ����� �������� ��������� Architects set with mathematical instruments in a pull out tray with paints below. 21cm long £60-80

133. �� A post ������������������� card album of 128 �������������� postcards mainly North East. £50-80 134. ��� An album of ������ ������������ 40 First World War silk ������ ��������� postcards. £80-100

125. �� A Regency mahogany tea �������� ��������� ���������� caddy with satinwood cross banding and parquetry panels with incurved rising top opening to reveal 3 compartments, supported on turned feet. 24cm long £80-120

135. �� A 1930’s Art ���������������� Deco white ������������� marble plinth. 32cm x 40cm £40-60 136. �� A leather ������������������������ bound volume ‘A Complete Treatise of Electricity in Theory and Practice’ with original experiments by Tiberius Cavallo, printed for Edward & Charles Dilly, London, dated 1777. £60-100

126. �� A 19th Century mahogany circular ����� �������� ��������� ��������� wall clock with silvered dial. 27cm diameter Illustrated £100-150 127. �� A 19th Century mahogany tea ����� �������� ��������� ���� caddy, the sloping lid opening to reveal 3 lidded compartments, supported on later turned feet. 30cm long £50-80

137. ����������������������������� Volumes I and II leather and marbled board bound ‘A History of the Earth and Animated Nature’ by Oliver Goldsmith, Blackie and Son, Date 1864. £50-75

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138. �� A 19th Century rosewood ����� �������� ������������� and ornate brass work writing slope, opening to reveal a green baize and a tooled leather interior with secret drawer to the side. 56cm long 20cm high £80-120

146. �� A pair �������� of copper Arts ����������������������� and Crafts vases of cylindrical tapering form with pierced metal handles and decorated with geometric bands. (2) 16cm high £30-50 147. �� A modern ��������������������������������� cello labelled B & H 400 with case and 2 bows. £150-200

139. �� A mahogany cased ��������� ���������������� table top telescope stamped G.E. Davis, Leeds, with additional lenses, supported on a folding tripod base. £60-100

148. �� A Victorian walnut ���������� ����������������������� and brass bound travelling writing slope, 35cm long; and a small lacquered box decorated in the Oriental manner, 17cm long. (2) £40-60

140. ���������� An Asprey and ������������������� Sons, 166 Bond Street, London, tan brown leather travelling inkwell and Vesta case. Illustrated £60-100

149. �� A miniature Victorian ���������� ������������������� mahogany 3 �� drawer chest of drawers supported on a plinth base; and a later chest with an arrangement of 9 drawers. £80-120

141. �� A pair �������� of Tunbridge ware ���������� ������������� picture frames. 22cm long x 18.5cm wide £60-100

150. �� A Mauchline ware ���������� ������������������� bottle shaped container opening to reveal a miniature tape measure, with view of ‘The Ancient Entrance Gate, Stirling Castle’, and a rectangular box ‘Sir Walter Scott’s Monument’. (2) £40-60

142. ����������� An oak box with engraved ����� ���������������� plaque with views of Newcastle, inscribed ‘Newcastle and District Motor Club awarded to P.F. Parker, All night run to Edinburgh May 19/20th 1928’. Illustrated £40-60

151. �� A battery operated �������� ������������������������� tin plate robot made in Japan. £60-80

143. �� A walnut ������������� cased Georgian ��������������� style bracket clock by Elliott, with 8 day movement and strike action. 30cm high x 22cm long £100-150

152. �� A Corgi ������������������������������ 1966 Mini Cooper S ‘Sun RAC International Rally’; a ‘Morris Mini Cooper’ and ‘The Saint’s Volvo P.1800. £80-120

144. �� A small walnut ������ ���������������������� 2 door cabinet opening to reveal 3 small drawers; and an Oriental black lacquered 2 door jewellery cabinet below one drawer. £50-80

153. �� A Regency rosewood �������� ������������������� tea caddy with sloping and domed lid, opening to reveal 2 lidded compartments, supported on turned feet. 20cm long £60-80

145. �� A Wheatstone ����������������������� and Company 48 ��� button octagonal concertina with rosewood pierced fret work ends, in original box which bears label. Illustrated £200-300

154. �� A German ���������������������������� style Police bayonet. £150-250

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AUTOGRAPHS

168. �������������� Autographs of Anthony Daniels, �������� ��������� Richard Todd and Ingrid Pitt, framed. (3) £30-50

155. ���������� Autograph of Barbara ��� ������������������ Streisand mounted with photograph along with 2 souvenir booklets. £30-40

169. �������������� Autographs of Christopher ������������ Lee, Brian Denhaney and Alan Bannerman, framed. (3) £40-60

156. ���������� Autograph of Olivia ��� ������������������� de Haviland mounted with photograph along with ‘Gone with the Wind’ souvenir booklet. £30-40

170. �������������� Autographs of Brian ��������������������� Blessed, David Jason and David Soul, framed. (3) £30-50

157. Three ������������������������������ autographs, all mounted with photographs of James Mason, Danny Kaye and Johnny Depp. £30-40

171. �������������� Autographs of Valerie �������������� Leon, The ���� New Kinks and Tom Jones, framed. (3) £20-40

158. �� A box ������� of assorted ������������������������� loose postcards etc. £60-100

172. �������������� Autographs of Edward Woodward, ������� ���������� Jeremy Bullock (Boba Fett), David Prowse (Darth Vader), and Samantha Fox (4) £30-50

159. Three �������������������������� postcard albums and contents. £100-150

173. �������������� Autographs of David �������������������� Prowse (Darth Vader), Madelaine Smith, David Duchovny and Jodie Foster (4) £40-60

160. �� A box ������� of loose ��������������������� photographs, a number of ‘The Beden’, ‘The Bede School Magazine’ etc. £60-100 161. ���������� Autograph of Jack ��� ��������������������� Polance, framed. £40-60 162. �������������� Autographs of David �������������������� Carradine and Larry Hagman, framed (2) £30-40

174. �������������� Autographs of Robbie ��������������������� Coltrane, Mel Gibson, Charlton Heston and Ian Brannen. (4) £50-80 175. �������������� Autographs of Kirk �������������������� Douglas, Alvin Stardust, Kristine Sutherland and Tom Selleck. (4) £40-60

163. ������� No lot. 164. ������� No lot.

176. �������������� Autographs of Shirley Eaton, �������� ������� George Lazenby, Michael Billington and Gina Lollobrigida (4) £40-60

165. �������������� Autographs of Arnold ������� Schwarzenegger and Sean Connery, framed (2) £40-60 166. ����������� Autographs of Peter Falk and ��� ����������� ���� Norman Wisdom, framed. (2) £30-40

177. �������������� Autographs of Johnny Mathis, ������� �������� Barbara Windsor, Millvina Dean and Louise (4) £40-60

167. �������������� Autographs of Shirley Bassey, �������� �������� Ernest Borgnine and Sigourney Weaver, framed. (3) £30-40

178. �������������� Autographs of Peter ��������������������� Davison, Steve Davis, Kenny Baker (R2 D2), Lana Wood and Uri Geller (5) £30-40

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179. �������������� Autographs of Robert �������������� Stack, Charles Dance, Julian Glover and Robin Williams (4) £30-40

191. �������������� Two albums of postcards ���������� covering Lake District, Tyneside, Northumberland, etc. £60-100

180. ����������� Autographs of Douglas ��� ������������������ Fairbanks Jnr. and Christopher Lee (2) £40-60 181. Autographs �������������� of Gillian �������� Anderson, Anthony Hopkins and Rutger Hauer (3) £30-40

192. ������������ An album of 72 ������������������ 1920’s theatre related postcards, signed autographs, and various acts of the period. £60-100 193. �� A carved �������������������� oak stool by Beaverman ���������� with a carved beaver to the side of the stool, supported on octagonal legs. 39cm long x 32cm high £50-80

182. ����������� Autographs of Henry Fonda, Ben ��� ������ ������� ���� Kingsley and Maggie Smith (3) £30-50 183. �������������� Autographs of Maud Adams, ����������������� John Saxon, Lois Chiles and Maggie Smith (4) £40-60

194. �� A dark ������������������������������� oak shallow circular bowl by Robert Mousey Thompson of Kilburn, North Yorkshire, with carved mouse to the side of the bowl. 24cm diameter £80-120

184. �������������� Autographs of Christopher ������������������� Reeve, Gene Wilder and O.J. Simpson (3) £50-80 185. �������������� Autographs of Tom �������������������� Baker, Caprice, Doug Bradley and Jean-Claude Van Damme (4) £30-50

195. �� A tortoiseshell ��������������������������������� and silver mounted long box, a silver and tortoiseshell circular box decorated with ribbons and bows, Birmingham 1909, a tortoiseshell circular box with silver mounts and a tortoiseshell heart shaped dish. £100-150

186. �������������� Autographs of Joe ����������������� Pesci, Steve Martin. Caroline Munroe, Norman Wisdom and Dirk Bogarde (5) £50-80

COLLECTABLES

196. �� A small ���������������������������� leather bound book of autographs including George Formby etc. £20-40

187. �� A large quantity of loose ������ ��������� ��� ��������������� Ordnance Survey maps. £80-120

197. �� A hoof inkwell ����� ������������������� ‘In memory of ��� The Sailor who was killed at the Liverpool Grand Steeple Chase’ March 1848. £40-60

188. �� A boxed quantity of ship ������ ��������� ��� �������������� building related ephemera, photographs, blue prints, promotional materials, etc. £50-80

198. Seven ������������������������������������� various travelling inkwells, a carved Austrian bear inkwell and a metalware bear. (9) £60-100

189. �� A large quantity of loose ������ ��������� ��� ��������������� Ordnance Survey maps. £80-120 190. �� A quantity of copper ��������� ��� ���������������������� plates for the book ‘A History of South Shields’. £80-120

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199. ������������ An album of photographs ������������������� titled ‘Souvenir of Motor Tour through North Wales and the English Lakes’, (July 22nd to August 5th 1913). (In a 22 H.P. Daimler Car B.R.H. covering 998 miles without involuntary stop). £50-80

208. ������� Eighty leather ����������������������� bound and card volumes of ‘Punch’, volumes 60 to 139, March 1871 to December 1910. £100-150 209. ���������������������������� Three volumes ‘The Plays of William Shakespeare’ edited by Charles and Mary Cowden Clarke. ‘The Comedies’, ‘Histories’ and ‘Tragedies’ published by Cassell, Petter and Galpin. £20-40

200. An ����������������������������� Edwardian inlaid rosewood cabinet with bevelled glass door supported on square legs. 38cm long x 56cm high £80-120

210. ������������������������ Two volumes ‘The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland’ by Sir Walter Scott, Bart published London, Walter Scott 1889. Leather and board. £20-40

201. �� A Victorian walnut ���������� ����������������������� dome top casket with pierced and applied mounts. 24.5cm long £50-80 202. �� A French violin labelled copy of ������� ���������������� ����� ��� Antoni Stradivarius and made in France, with bow and case. £80-100

211.

203. �� A violin �������������������������������� bears label J.W. Darwin, Sunderland No. 2 dated 1931; one piece back, bow and case. £200-300

������������� ‘The Borough of South Shields’ ��� ������ ������������ by George B. Hodgson published by Andrew Reid & Company 1903. £50-80

212. �� A collection �������������� of Limited ����������������������� Edition prints by James Kirkup, number 96/100. £50-80

204. �� A French violin stamped on the ������� ��������������� ������� button ‘Sarasate Maitre’ bears label with bow and case. Illustrated £600-800

213. �� A mahogany balloon ��������� ��������������� shaped bracket clock with brass dial, strike action, supported on stepped brass bracket feet. 37cm high £150-200

205. �� A pair �������� of milk ����������������������� glass table lamps decorated with enamelled flowers, supported on stepped circular bases. 47cm high £40-60

214. �� A late ���������� 19th Century carved wood �������� ������� ����� panel. 58cm x 38cm £20-40 215. �� A 19th Century Sampler ����� �������� ����������� by Elizabeth Thompion, aged 15, dated 1809. 39cm x 33cm £100-150

206. �� A Victorian ������������������������������� cast iron 4 division stick stand with scrolling tray and scrolled feet. 62cm high £50-80

216. �� A 19th Century framed Vizigapatum ����� �������� ������� ������������ ivory veneered frame with central oval miniature. £80-150

207. �� A large ���������������������������� Canton enamelled vase (converted to a lamp) decorated with an entwined dragon and hexagonal flower prints. 66cm high £80-120

217. ������������� Hang Dynasty Chinese �������������������� short sword. £200-300

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218. �� A tin ����������������������������� plate ‘Trans Continental Express’ made in Japan and a small tinplate robot. £60-100

249. �� A cased ������������� set of 12 ��������������������� silver tea spoons and one pair of sugar tongs. Sheffield 1934. Makers Mark FC. £40-60

219. �� A porcelain headed ������������������������� doll by Gebruder Heubach of Germany, numbered H15. £60-100

250. �� A pair �������� of silver ������������������������������ taper sticks; 3 napkin rings; a mustard pot; and a pair of silver pepperettes. £40-60

220 – 239 No lots

251. �� A circular ������������������������������� silver plated tureen, an oval tureen and a pair of sauceboats, etc. £50-80

JEWELLERY, SILVER AND SILVER-PLATE 240. ��� An early 20th Century French ������ ����� �������� ������� perfume bracelet with original box; a pinchbeck horseshoe brooch; and a mother of pearl snuff box. (3) £20-40

252. �� A silver tankard, Sheffield 1970, ���������������� ���������� ������ weight 12 ounces, and a cedar wood lined cigarette box. (2) £60-100

241. �� A silver ��������������������� babies rattle with attached ����� ��������� bells, Birmingham 1921, and another Victorian silver rattle with coral teether. £40-60

253. �� A 9ct. ����������������� gold ladies Tudor ������������ Rolex with numerals and batons, with a champagne coloured dial and Rolex strap. £100-150

242. �� A set ������� of 6 ������������������������������ sterling silver Art Nouveau designed soup spoons and a set of 6 cased silver tea spoons. £40-60

254. �� A ladies ��������������� Cartier wrist watch with ������ ������ ����� Roman Numerals, champagne coloured dial, calendar aperture. £600-800

243. �� A Beaverbrooks �������������������������������� platinum solitaire diamond ring. £800-1200

255. �� A 19th Century French carriage ����� �������� ������� ��������� clock Le Roy and Fils, 13/15 Palais Royal, Paris, numbered 48001 with brass case and white enamelled dial. With leather case. £150-250

244. ������������������������������ An 18ct. gold 7 stone diamond cluster ring. Illustrated £600-800

256. �� A silver ���������������������������������� 5 piece tea set comprising spirit kettle and stand, teapot, water pot, cream and sugar bowl, London 1903. Makers Mark Street and Company Limited, New Bond Street. Approximately 100 ounces. Illustrated £600-800

245. ����������������������� An 18ct. gold ring set with 3 ����� �� graduated diamonds. £200-300 246. ������������������� An 18ct. gold half hoop �������������� eternity ring ����� set with 7 diamonds. Illustrated £250-350

257. �� A silver ������������������������������ classical shaped cream jug, Sheffield, and a sugar sifter, Sheffield, 1959. Makers Mark EV, weight 7 ounces. £50-80

247. �� A boxed ������������� set of 4 ���������������� silver plated classical design semi fluted salts, supported on stepped oval bases. £40-60 248. �� A silver ����������������������������� sauceboat, Birmingham 1934, and another Birmingham 1947. Weight 9 ounces. £50-80

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Lot 388 17


Lot 390

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258. �� A pair �������� of silver ��������������������� candlesticks, Birmingham 1913; a small circular silver bowl, Birmingham 1933; and a silver cream jug, Birmingham 1947. £60-100

270. �� A silver ��������������������� cigarette box with engine ����� ������� turned top, Birmingham 1953; and a silver plated Viners cigarette box. £50-80 271. �� A silver ���������������������������������� ladies purse, Chester 1912. £20-40

259. �� A small hob ������������������������������������ nail cut silver top scent bottle, Birmingham 1903. £20-40

272. �� A pair �������� of silver ������������������������� ashtrays; a small silver purse, Birmingham 1919; and a silver top bottle. £20-40

260. �� A Victorian �������������������������� engraved silver Vinaigrette, Birmingham 1899. Makers Mark D.P. (grill missing). £30-40

273. �� A silver ���������������������������������� cased dressing table clock with circular dial supported on ball feet, Birmingham 1926. £60-100

261. �� A Tiffany and �������� ������������ Company 1920’s ������� ladies platinum cocktail watch with diamond edged dial and numerals, numbered 89761; and a Jaeger le Coultre ‘Club’ ladies watch. £100-150

274. �� A Sterling ���������������� silver 925 �������������� miniature folding clock in the form of a purse with engine turned outer case; and a miniature silver stamp’s envelope, Birmingham 1920. £80-120

262. �� A stamped ��������������������������������� 18ct. gold emerald and 2 stone diamond ring. £80-120 263. �� A 9ct. ����������������������� gold ladies Buren watch. ������ £40-60 264. �� A 9ct. �������������������������������� gold necklace. 27.5 grams. £180-220 265. �� A 9ct. ���������� gold watch chain. ������ ������������������ 11.9 grams. £60-100 266. ��� An 18ct. gold ring set ������ ����� �������������� with five ����� graduated diamonds,. £800-1200 267. �� A silver ������������������������� shoe pin cushion, Birmingham 1895? and a silver roller skate pin cushion (marks rubbed). £80-150

275. �� A pair �������� of silver ������������������������� Corinthian column candlesticks with beaded sconces, semi fluted columns, supported on stepped square beaded bases. Birmingham 1924. Makers Mark rubbed. 31cm high £250-300 276. ���������������������������� An 18ct. gold crescent moon diamond brooch set with 3 rows of diamonds. Approximately 2ct. £1500-2000 277. ����������������������������������� An 18ct. gold belt ring 6.0 grams; and a 9ct. wedding band 3.9 grams. £40-60 278. �� A 22ct. ���������������� gold half sovereign ���������������� dated 1909. Weight 4 grams. £40-60

268. �� A 9ct. ������������������������������� gold crescent moon brooch set with central swallow and 13 graduated stones. £60-100

279. �� A ladies 9ct. ������� ���������� gold Tudor watch, ������ ������� number 180260. £40-60

269. Two �������������������������������� silver handled cake slices; a pair of embossed silver salts; a single salt; silver sugar tongs and 6 silver handled fruit knives and forks etc. £50-80

280. �� A 9ct. ���������������������������������� gold curb link bracelet 17.2 grams; and a 9ct. gold bangle (stamped metal core) 14.6 grams. £50-80 19


281. ������������������������� An 18ct. 5 stone ring; a 9ct. ���������� gold ring set with 3 diamond chips; and a crossover ring. £100-150

293. �� A 9ct. ��������������������������������� gold bar brooch, 2 sterling silver thimbles, an enamelled Norwegian brooch, a pair of earrings and an enamelled butterfly brooch. £40-60

282. �� A 9ct. ������������������������� gold signet ring; a 9ct. ���������� gold opal and ruby ring; and a 9ct. gold ring. £50-80

294. �� A 9ct. ���������� gold Gent’s �������������� ‘Cyma’ wrist ������ watch, another 9ct. gold Gent’s watch and a 9ct. gold and pink enamelled ladies half hunter wrist watch. £100-150

283. ��� An 18ct. gold five stone diamond ������ ����� ������������������� ring. Total 1 ct. £800-1200 284. ��������� An 18ct. white ����������������������� gold three stone diamond ring. Total 1 ct. £800-1200

295. �� A quantity of 9ct ��������� ��� ����������� gold, approximately 14.4 grams and a quantity of 15ct gold stamped 625. 7.0 grams. £100-150

285. �� A silver ������������������� Old English pattern ������������� soup ladle, Newcastle 1852. Makers Mark David Reid. Weight 6 ounces. £80-150

296. �� A 3ct. oval cut emerald flanked ����� ����� ���� �������� �������� by two 60 point diamonds to each shoulder. £1800-2500

286. �� A silver �������������� salver with gadrooned ����� ��������������� edge supported on claw and ball feet, London 1897. Weight 18 ounces. Makers Mark WC and J.L. £120-140

297. �� A 1970’s Gent’s ������� ������������� Rolex Tudor ������������� Oyster ‘Elegante’ watch, with silvered dial and batons and leather strap (number 5022), with booklet. £80-120

287. �� A pair �������� of silver ������������������������ plated 2 handled wine coolers supported on stepped circular bases. £40-60

298. �� A mother ���������� of pearl ��������������������� silver mounted caviar dish, Sheffield 1906. £20-40 299. �� A silver ���������������������������� 3 piece cruet set of rectangular form with canted sides and gadrooned edges. Birmingham 1956. £30-50

288. �� A silver �������������������������������� plated 3 bottle tantalus supported on claw and ball feet. £40-60 289. �� A cased ������������������������������� silver 3 piece fruit set comprising a pair of shell shaped spoons and a strainer spoon. Sheffield 1913. Weight 7 ounces. £40-60

300. �� A pair �������� of Victorian ����������������������� silver berry spoons, Sheffield 1900. Makers Mark John Round and Sons. Weight 5 ounces. £80-120

290. �� A 9ct. ������������������������������ gold ladies Cartier Must de Paris wrist watch with original Cartier strap. Numbers 68322 and 590005. £200-300

301. Two ����������������������� silver vesta cases. £15-30 302. ��������������������������� An oval silver pin cushion with ����� pierced sides supported on ball feet, Chester 1904; and 4 various silver top dressing table bottles. £40-60

291. �� A 9ct. ���������������������������������� gold circular locket and tie bar. 12.5 grams. £60-100 292. �� A 9ct. ���������������������������� gold necklace (stamped 9ct.) ������� 14.8 grams. £80-120 20


303. �� A silver ����������������������������������� plated oval two handled tea tray; a silver plated 3 piece tea set; 2 pairs of coasters; and a plated water pot converted to electricity. £80-120

312. �� A large ����������������������������������� 2 handled silver plated tray with pierced sides, 3 graduated plates, and a set of 6 silver handled tea knives. £20-40

304. �� A mahogany cased ��������� ��������������� 12 piece canteen of fish cutlery and a 6 piece set. £30-50

313. �� A pair �������� of Viking ����������������������������� Ship salts, a pair of silver reeded circular salts and 4 plated circular salts and 5 various silver napkin rings. £30-50

305. �� A ladies ������������������������������ 18ct. gold and diamond Rolex wrist watch with batons and numerals on a square champagne dial, stamped and numbered 52965 and 3701. £500-800

314. ������������������������������������ An engraved silver salver supported on scrolled feet. Sheffield 1899, Martin Hall & Co. Ltd. Weight 26 ounces. £150-200

306. �� A 9ct. ��������������������������������� gold Albert. Approximately 48.6 grams. £200-250 307. �� A silver �������������� plated wine �������������������� ewer decorated with anthemion acanthus, the body decorated with classical figures with beaded bands and supported on a stepped circular base. £40-60 308. �� A silver ��������������������������������� plated EPNS spirit kettle and stand supported on claw feet and a silver plated Elkington’s and Company tazza with pierced border. (2) £30-50

316. �� A pair �������� of silver �������������������� candlesticks with ����� Corinthian columns supported on acanthus square and stepped bases. London 1908, Makers Mark R & S. £200-300 317. �� A walnut ���������������������������������� canteen cabinet containing an electro-plated canteen of cutlery, 12 place settings including pickle forks, grape scissors, nut crackers etc. £200-300

309. �� A Victorian �������������������������������� silver 2 handled bowl and cover supported on a circular pedestal base, Sheffield 1870, Marker Mark W.W and H. Weight 13 ounces. £80-120

318. �� A bronze ���������������� model of a ��������������� panther, the underside stamped M. Le Verrier B6. 14cm long. £200-300

310. �� A Victorian ��������������������������������� silver 3 piece tea set with engraved design. London 1848, 1849. Markers Mark GR. Weight approximately 50 ounces. £300-500 311.

315. �� A Georgian �������������������������� silver cream jug with engraved decoration and a Georgian silver wine funnel (badly dented). Weight 5 ounces. (2) £50-80

319. �� A Hagenauer ����������������������������� seated bronze fox, stamped to underside Hagenauer, Wien, made in Austria. 7.5cm high £50-80

A quantity of various �� ��������� ��� ������������������������ silver cutlery, various dates. Weight 16 ounces. £80-150

320. ������������������������������� Two Hagenauer patinated bronze tribal figures, one with spear and shield the other a dancer, both undersides stamped Hagenauer Wien, made in Austria. £100-150 21


321. �� A 9ct. ����������������������������������� gold 3 colour bracelet. 24.8 grams. £100-150

334. �� A 9ct. ����������������������������� gold bangle, 12.4 grams. A pair of 9ct. gold cuff links and a 14th King’s Hussars brooch, 7.4 grams. A gold tipped cigarette holder. £80-120

322. �� A 9ct. �������������������������������� gold necklace. 12.4 grams. £60-100 323. �� A gold ������������������ plated Limit Gent’s �������������� pocket watch and a tie pin. £20-40

335. �� A stamped 9ct. �������� �������������������� gold curb link bracelet with padlock fastener. Weight 29.3 grams. £150-200

324. �� A cased ����������������������������������� silver butter dish; a silver engine turned cigarette case; and a Christening set. £40-60

336. �� A Gent’s ��������������������������������� silver full hunter pocket watch and a silver fruit knife with mother of pearl handle. £40-60

325. �� A silver ��������������������������� plated EPNS epergne with ����� single vaseline coloured trumpet, supported on a stepped circular base with paw feet. £40-60

337. �� A 1.51 ������������������������������� ct brilliant cut diamond, Clarity Si 2 and colour grade exceptional white (E) (with H.R.D. certificate). Illustrated £6000-8000

326. ������������� Ten pairs of Trifari ������������������������� clip on earrings. £40-60

338. �� A 9ct. ����������������� gold locket with 18th ct. ����� ����� ��������� gold chain 8.6 grams; a 9ct. gold signet ring 4.0 grams; etc. £50-80

327. �� A platinum ������������������ ring set with central ����� �������� diamond flanked by two small diamonds. Approximately 40 points. £600-800

339. An ����������������������������������� 18ct gold and diamond solitaire ring, round brilliant cut diamond, approx. 1ct, colour I / J. £800-1200

328. �� A platinum wedding ��������� ��������������������� band studded with nine diamonds. £600-800

340. �� A pair �������� of silver ������������������ sauceboats with ����� acanthus scrolled handles and supported on leaf style feet. Birmingham 1929. Weight 11 ounces. £80-150

329. �� A silver �������������������������������� 3 piece condiment set of classical design, supported on square pedestal bases. Birmingham 1920. £40-60 330. �� A silver ������������������������� pear cased pocket watch ������ with enamelled dial and second hand dial. £50-80

341. �� A set ������� of 12 �������������������������� engraved silver plated fruit knives and forks with mother of pearl handles in a satinwood box. £40-60

331. �� A Victorian ��������������������������� 18ct, gold, ruby and ���� diamond ring. £40-60 332. �� A bag ������� of 4 ���������������� various rings. £50-80

342. �� A set ������� of 6 ������������������� silver teaspoons with ����� matching sugar tongs, London 1919; and a pair of plated spoons with a pair of grape scissors. £20-40

333. �������������������� An 18ct. gold, ruby and ������������ diamond flower ring; an 18ct. ring; and another. £50-80

343. �� A 1950’s �������������� ladies 9ct. ���������� gold Garrard �������� wrist watch with original box and Garrard outer box. £80-120 22


344. �� A half sovereign ����� ��������������������� dated 1912. £40-60

lion masks and ring handles, the central well flanked by 2 domed lidded wells, supported on bun feet. London 1866. Makers Mark George Fox. Weight 20 ounces. Illustrated £500-600

345. �� A 9ct. ������������������������������ gold bar brooch; a 22ct. wedding band; an octagonal locket and chain. £40-60 346. An ����������������������������������� 18ct. gold sapphire and diamond ring. £30-50

355. �� A 9ct. ���������������������������������� gold opal and turquoise ring. £50-75 356. �� A platinum and five stone ��������� ���� ����������� graduating aquamarine ring. £80-120

347. �� A 9ct. ������������������������ gold ladies Rotary wrist ������ watch; and a 9ct. Pinnacle ladies watch. £80-120

357. �� A 9ct. ����������������������������� gold medal for services rendered to Boldon Colliery Workmen’s War Memorial 1914 1918 to Alf Foster. 15.8 grams. £60-100

348. ������������������������ An oak cased canteen of 6 fruit �������� knives and forks with mother of pearl handles. Bears label Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co. Ltd. London. £40-60

358. �� A 3.27 ���������������������������� ct emerald cut diamond with ����� central diamond flanked by 2 further diamonds, clarity VS 2 and colour grade G. (With E.G.L. certificate). Illustrated £10000-15000

349. Nine ������������������������������������ various silver teaspoons and a pair of silver sugar tongs. Weight 5 ounces. £20-40

359. �� A silver ��������������������������������� sugar sifter and a set of 6 silver teaspoons with matching sugar tongs. £60-100

350. �� A Hagenauer ���������������������������� bronze duck, crow and a R. Rosenthal bronze horse and a bronze dancer. £100-150

360. ������������������������� An 18ct Ladies Universal watch, ������� weight 68.5 grams (stamped 750). £800-1200

351. An ������������������������������� R. Rosenthal bronze African figure with spear and shield, the underside marked RR and made in Austria, 9.5cm high; and a small cold cast painted bronze of a bird on a leaf. £60-100

361. �� A 9ct ������������������� gold necklace, weight ������������ 13.7 grams. £80-120 362. �� A 9ct ������������������� gold necklace, weight ������������ 12.1 grams. £80-120

352. �� A Gent’s ����������������������� Seamaster Omega wrist watch with batons and date calendar. £80-150

363. �� A Solitaire �������������������������������� diamond ring, approx. 1ct. £500-800

353. ������������������� An 18ct. gold ruby and ������������ diamond ring. £60-80

364. �������� An 18ct white ������������������������ gold sapphire and diamond ring with eight diamonds. £150-200

354. �� A Victorian �������������������������� silver inkstand with ����� pierced fret work border shaped with a beaded edge with lion masks to each corner, the centre with foliate engraving and 3 raised and pierced bottle holders each with 23


365. ����������� An Almeric Walter ��������������������� pate de verre oval pendant of a locust, signed. 6cm long Illustrated £500-800

376. �� A large ������������������������������������ silver plated Classical style water urn supported on square pedestal base ending in claw feet. £40-60 377 – 379 No Lots

366. ����������� An Almeric Walter ��������������������� pate de verre oval pendant of a winged insect, signed. 8.5cm long Illustrated £500-800

OILS, WATERCOLOURS AND PRINTS 380. Watercolour ����������� Signed W. Manners ‘Figures walking a dog beside a pond’ 17cm x 24cm £20-40

367. �� A 9ct ����������������������������� gold chain and two fobs, weight 39.3 grams. £220-280 368. ����������������������������������� Two double ended scent bottles and an etched Kosta Boda etched vase, numbered G366. £30-50

381. Watercolour ����������� Signed F. Thomas ‘Rural landscape with figures, horse and cart herding sheep and cattle’ 24cm x 34cm £50-80

369. �� A Victorian ���������������������������������� clear glass etched bell shaped watch stand inscribed Harry Brindle, dated 1886, with a view of the High Level and Low Level Bridges in Newcastle upon Tyne. 20cm high £60-100

382. Oil ������������ on board Monogrammed WM ‘Fisherwoman bringing in the catch on the shoreline’ 27.5cm x 38cm £30-50

370. �� A small Art Deco style Bronze figure ���������� ����������� ������� ������� of a girl with her hands on her hips, signed to reverse and supported on a plinth base. 11cm high £60-100

383. Oil ������������ on board Signed W. Beattie Brown ‘River landscape with castle on the hilltop’ 50cm x 74cm £40-60

371. �� A Victorian ���������������������������� oval Cameo brooch. £50-80

384. Oil ������������ on board Signed John Falconer Slater ‘River landscape on a misty day’ 53cm x 67cm £40-60

372. �� A silver ��������������������������������� engraved folding notepad, Birmingham 1899. £50-80 373. �� A plated �������������������� pierced lazy susan ������ supported on small brass castors. 23cm long £20-40

385. Watercolour ����������� Signed Ralph Morely ‘Lake Buttermere 1932’ 17cm x 27cm Illustrated £400-600

374. �� A set ������� of 6 Victorian �� ��������������������� teaspoons, London 1843. £20-40

386. Watercolour ����������� Signed W. Fitzjames White Dated 1901 ‘Vordermerggen and the Rigi’ 20cm x 31cm £60-100

375. �� A carved ������������������������ jade opium spoon converted to a brooch, a 9ct gold brooch and a ladies pocket watch. Estimate 30-50 24


387. �������� Pair of Oils ���� Signed F. Allen ‘Highland Landscapes’ 29cm x 49cm £100-150

395. ������������� Oil on canvas signed J. Pybus ‘Landscape’ 41cm x 61cm £20-40

388. ���������������������������� Etching signed in pencil by William �������� Lionel Wyllie ‘Coastal View with Children playing on the beach’. Illustrated £100-150

396. �� A collection �������������� of watercolours, ������������������� oils and etchings, various. £20-40 397. �� A pair �������� of oils ������������� on board ‘Still Lifes’ ornate gilt oval frames 27cm x 20cm £30-50

389. Oil ������������� on canvas signature indistinct, dated 1896 Figures walking along a river bank with cottage and castle in the distance 30cm x 49cm £40-60

398. ����������� Watercolour monogrammed dated 1929 ‘Cottage on a loch side at sunset’ £20-40

390. Pen ����������� drawing Signed Norman Cornish A Miner pushing his bike towards the pit in a Winter landscape 17cm x 24.5cm Illustrated £400-600

399. ������� Set of three ������������������������ prints after Jean Lasalle. £50-80 400. �� A pair �������� of watercolours ������������ signed Norman Septimus Boyce ‘Fair Wind’ 24cm x 19cm £50-80

391. Watercolour ����������� Monogrammed FB, Follower of Birkett Foster Various ladies in conversation on a balcony overlooking the sea 11cm x 18cm £100-150

401. �������� Pair of watercolours ������������ signed Norman Septimus Boyce ‘Marine scapes’ 8.5cm x 14cm £30-50

392. Watercolour ����������� Signed H.J. Dobson Young boy asleep at the table with Grandmother lighting an oil lamp 35.5cm x 25.5cm £40-60

402 – 409 No Lots

FURNITURE AND RUGS 410. �� A pair �������� of Persian ������������������� town rugs, with ����� central floral medallion having a black and rose pink ground strewn with floral motifs and tendrils upon a pale blue and pink ground. Three outer flower head borders. (overall wear and damage), size 197 x 135cm and a Persian mat, pink ground with central flower head medallion in ivory and green and main outer border. (Very worn) Size 108 x 58cm (3) £20-40

393. Watercolour ����������� signed D. Macquarrie, 1898 ‘Landscape’ 20cm x 29cm £30-50 394. Watercolour ����������� signed, indistinct dated ‘Highland Scene with cattle being herded over a bridge’ 36.5cm x 54cm £20-40 25


411.

A Qashgai �� ��������������������������� rug (Persian), the midnight blue ground strewn with birds (some abrash) with three rows of geometric medallions upon rust ground bearing floral geometric designs, three outer guard stripes. (wear to centre) Size: 176 x 128cm £30-50

417. A 1920’s oak buffet with two drawers, central recess below two panelled doors supported on turned legs. 140cm high £100-150 418. �� A 1920’s ������������������ Knole sofa with drop ����� ���������� down ends, upholstered in maroon fabric with tassels. 192cm wide. £400-600

412. �� A Persian ������������������������������� rug, the midnight blue ground bearing flowering vases, birds and flower heads in tan, green and ivory, central floral medallion, tan corner spandrels with floral and bird motifs, main outer flower head border. (very worn and faded with damage to centre). Size: 142cm x 119cm Illustrated £10-20

419. �� A 1960’s �������������������������� rosewood sideboard. 184cm long x 29cm high £40-60 420. An ����������������������������������� oak veneered 3 tier globe style bookcase. £60-100 421. �� A late ���������� 19th Century mahogany 3 �������� ��������� ������� tier shelf with turned supports. 87cm long £40-60

413. �� A Persian ������������������������������� rug, the large central partly hooked floral medallion in ivory, yellow, madder, black and pale blue resting upon a main ivory ground with geometric design. Three outer guard stripes and further geometric flower heads and shapes. Size: 179cm x 140cm £30-50

422. �� A set ������� of 4 �������������������������� Edwardian inlaid dining chairs with carved splats, supported on square tapering legs. £50-80 423. �� A late Victorian ����� ���������������������������� oak framed chaise supported on square tapering legs. £100-150

414. �� A pair �������� of Yallameh rugs ��������� ���������������� (Persian), the rust ground bearing a central midnight blue hooked medallion, pale blue corner spandrels with green and ivory boteh and outer flower head border. Size: 120cm x 76cm £30-50

424. Two �������������������������������� Oriental lacquered standard lamps. £50-80 425. �� A 19th Century mahogany cased ����� �������� ��������� ������ long case clock by Simpson of Yarmouth with 8 day movement, calendar and second hand dial with pierced fretwork hood and arched door. £200-300

415. A pair of Edwardian oval gilt mirrors surmounted with applied winged cupids, flanking acanthus scrolls and shells, with beaded border. 62cm high x 52cm wide £100-150

426. �� A mahogany four ��������� ����������������� glass banjo barometer. £100-150 427. �� A 19th Century mahogany drop ����� �������� ��������� ����� flap dining table with single frieze drawer supported on turned tapering legs. 116cm long £60-100

416. �� A Middle ������������������������� Eastern refectory style ������ table with heavily inlaid top in geometric design with inlaid cross stretchers and inlaid uniting stretcher. 137cm x 83cm £80-150 26


428. �� A Victorian ������������������� mahogany bookcase ��������� with breakfront top moulded cornice, below 3 mirrored doors with applied carved mounts, above 2 carved panelled doors. 142cm long £100-150

437. �� A 20th Century oak ����� �������� ����������� buffet with 2 ����� �� mirror panels below 2 short drawers with turned columns, supported on turned legs and ending in porcelain casters. 137cm long £50-80

429. An ������������������������������������� oak Lee’s style dining room suite comprising sideboard, drawer leaf table and 4 chairs. £200-300

438. �� A 20th Century oak ����� �������� ���������������� dining room suite comprising drawer leaf table with carved cup and cover legs, sideboard, and 6 ladder back chairs. £250-300

430. �� A 20th Century decorative ����� �������� �������������������� gilt and red rectangular mirror 152cm long; and another similar gilt and red mirror with bevelled glass 114cm high. £50-80

439. �� A Victorian ������������������� mahogany 2 �������������� tier buffet with swan neck pediment below turned pilasters, the upper tier supported on turned and writhen columns, supported on turned tapering legs. £250-350

431. ��������� Two 20th Century decorative �������� ���������������� gilt and pale green mirrors. 120cm high £50-80

440. �� A Victorian ������������������� mahogany hall ����������� stand with shaped glove box and having an oblong shaped mirror with shaped arms. £80-120

432. �� A 20th Century gilt ����� �������� ������������������ 3 glass pier mirror with acanthus and scrolls 135cm long; and another gilt mirror with embroidered upper panels 108cm high. £50-80

441. �� A set ������� of four Victorian walnut ����� ���������� �������������� dining chairs with carved splats supported on turned fluted and tapering legs. £80-120

433. �� A Victorian ������������������� mahogany fold �������������� over tea table supported on turned legs. 96cm long. £50-80

442. �� A mahogany five glass ��������� ����� ������������ banjo barometer. £100-150

434. �� A Victorian �������������������������������� rosewood circular top piano stool with turned and carved central column platform base with carved scrolled feet. 32cm diameter £60-100

443. �� A 1920’s ��������������������������� oak bureau bookcase with ����� double leaded glass doors below a fall front and 3 long drawers. 92cm long £100-150

435. �� A Victorian ������������������� mahogany straight ��������� front chest of drawers supported on 2 short and 3 long graduated drawers, supported on later legs. 105cm long £100-150

444. �� A Georgian ������������������ mahogany bureau, �������� the fall front opening to reveal a fitted interior below 4 long drawers, supported on bracket feet. 84cm long £200-300

436. �� A Victorian ������������������� mahogany chest ��������� of 2 short and 2 long drawers with turned wood handles, supported on turned legs. 104cm long £80-120

445. �� A brass ������������������ club fender. 166cm long £80-120

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446. �� A 19th Century cased ����� �������� ���������������� long case clock with 8 day movement and painted dial and 2 subsidiary dials with swan neck pediment and fluted sides. £300-400

454. �� A Victorian ������������������� mahogany bow front ���������� chest of 2 short and 4 long drawers with applied mounts, supported on turned legs. 120cm long £250-300

447. �� A 1970’s �������������������������������� circular glass top table with tulip shaped base and a set of perspex and aluminium dining chairs. £100-150

455. �� A late ���������� 19th Century George �������� ����������� III style wing armchair supported on mahogany claw and ball feet (Rear leg stamped A5927). £400-600

448. �� A 1930’s walnut ������� ��������������������������� circular shaped Art Deco china cabinet. 144cm long £100-150

456. �� A Middle ������������������������� Eastern octagonal mother of pearl inlaid and carved occasional table. 49cm long £30-50

449. �� A Victorian �������������������������� rosewood 2 tier aesthetic movement table with graduating tiers, supported on curved supports decorated with flowers, birds and butterflies. 80cm long £150-200

457. �� A large ������������������������ brass bound trunk. 105cm long £40-60 458. �� A Howard ����������������������������� and Sons Limited deep armchair supported on carved, fluted and reeded tapering legs supported on brass casters. (Casters stamped and rear leg stamped 1012 and 7092). £100-150

450. �� A Burr Walnut Davenport ����� ������� ��������������� with fitted ������� interior, having 4 dummy drawers and 4 frieze drawers with turned supports and platform base. 56cm long. £100-150

459. �� A Howard ���������������������������� and Sons Limited tub chair supported on gilt carved, fluted and reeded tapering legs, supported on brass casters (casters stamped, and rear leg stamped 1014 and 7097). £100-150

451. ��������������������������� An Edwardian rosewood fold over card table with cross framed stretcher supported on square tapering legs ending in porcelain casters. 88cm long £80-150

460. �� A 20th Century oak ����� �������� ������������������ carved mirror back hall stand. 111cm wide £100-150

452. �� A Victorian ������������������� mahogany chest ��������� of drawers with one long cushion drawer below 2 short and 3 long drawers flanked by turned pilasters. 114cm long £100-150

461. �� A 19th Century 3 ����� �������� ��������������� panelled oak coffer. 131cm long £100-150

453. �� A Victorian ������������������� mahogany 3 �������� piece bedroom suite comprising triple mirror door wardrobe, marble top washstand and a dressing chest. £250-300

462. �� A 19th Century mahogany drop flap ����� �������� ��������� ���������� dining table supported on reeded and fluted tapering legs ending in brass casters. 91cm wide £80-120

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463. �� A late Victorian walnut ����� ���������� ����������������� sideboard with 3 drawers to the front below one long drawer and a central recess flanked by 2 carved panelled doors, supported on block feet. 173cm long £100-150

End of Sale

Our next Antique Sale will be held on Wednesday 17th March 2010 If you would like to enter items for this sale please contact us on 0191 537 2630 or e-mail boldon@btconnect.com

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Sales Calendar 2009/2010

All sales can be viewed on-line at: www.boldonauctions.co.uk Victorian & General Household Sales Sales are held on Wednesday’s at 10.00 am. Viewing: Saturday 10am – 1pm, Tuesday 2pm – 6pm and morning of sale 9am – 10am 16th December 6th January 20th January 3rd February 17th February 3rd March 31st March 14th April 28th April 12th May 26th May 9th June 23rd June 21st July 4th August 25th August 8th September 6th October 20th October 3rd November 17th November 1st December Fine Art & Antique Sales Viewing: Saturday 10am – 1pm, Tuesday 2pm – 7pm and morning of sale 9am – 10am Wednesday 17th March, 7th July, 22nd September, 15th Dec 2010 30


TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE 1

The highest bidder shall be the purchaser, subject to the restriction that the auctioneer reserves the right to refuse any bid, to regulate the amount of bids, and has the absolute discretion in all disputes between bidders.

2

The Auctioneer reserves the right to fix a reserve and be bid up to such a reserve on behalf of the vendor.

3

The Auctioneer reserves the right to consolidate, withdraw or alter any lots.

4

The lots will be sold as they stand at the time of the sale with all their qualities and defects – irrespective of their description in the catalogue.

5

All lots after the fall of the hammer will be held at the Purchaser’s risk.

6

The Purchasers to give their names and addresses and, if required, to pay a deposit in part payment.

7

All lots purchased by any one person will be considered and taken as being in one contract.

8

No goods to be delivered until paid for, or to be removed during the sale.

9

The Purchasers of each lot shall pay to the Auctioneer THE SUM OF 17.5% LOT MONEY in addition to the sum to be paid in the lot.

10

All lots to be removed at the Purchaser’s expense immediately after the sale, or a charge for warehousing may be made by the Auctioneer.

11

Any damage to the premises caused by the removal of goods shall, be paid for by the purchaser.

12

All lots sold without reserve are sold at the auctioneers’ discretion.

13

In accordance with ‘Artists Resale Rights Regulations’ or Droit De Suite enforced on 14th February 2006 all lots marked with a D are subject to a resale royalty charge payable by the buyer. This will apply only to lots prefixed with a D selling for 1000 euros or more and will be charged at the rate of 4% of the total hammer price (exclusive of buyer’s premium). The resale royalty right payment is not subject to VAT and is payable in sterling. The amount due is calculated on the day of the sale at the prevailing rate of exchange. Payment is passed directly to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS), 33 Great Sutton Street, London, EC10 0DX. For further information please contact DACS 0845 410 3410 or www.dacs.org.uk

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Buying at Auction We have outlined all the information you will require to understand how to buy at auction. If however you have any further queries please ask a member of staff, telephone or e-mail us. You will find all the details needed at the front of this catalogue. Viewing Our viewing times are shown at the front of the catalogue. Our members of staff are on hand to help with enquiries about the sale and specific lots.Please note that when handling any item at the view or sale you do so at your own risk. Printed Catalogue All lots carry a description and pre-sale estimate of price. Estimates suggest the price that the lot may reach. Vendor’s or Seller’s reserves may be set, they are confidential, but they will not exceed the lower end of the estimate. Estimates do not carry buyer’s premium. Lots may carry abbreviations such as a/f (as found, considerable damage). We make every effort to note damage and restoration however the absence of such a note does not imply the lot is without defect. All clients should satisfy themselves of both conditions and descriptions. Any measurements and weights may be approximate. Any changes to the catalogue after production will be displayed in the Saleroom in a Saleroom notice and will be announced prior to the lot being sold. On-Line Catalogues Our catalogues can be viewed and down loaded on-line from our website at www. boldonauctions.co.uk We aim to illustrate every lot in our specialist sales on-line. We also display our catalogues with www.ukauctioneers.com, The Antiques Trade Gazette at www. antiquestradegazette.com and Invaluable at www.invaluable.com These services are available seven days prior to the auction. Droit de Suite Any lots where Droit de Suite may be payable are indicated with a D preceding the lot number. For further information please see our Terms and Conditions of Sale at the back of the catalogue. Registering to Bid At Auction Anyone wishing to bid should register at the office and will receive a paddle number before the start of the sale. This number should be held up when bidding and paying and should be returned to the office by the end of the sale day. Registration is carried out on the day of the sale only. Auctioning the Lots Generally we will cover approximately 140 - 180 lots per hour. The speed of the auction will vary between auctioneers. Bidding stops after the hammer has fallen and the auctioneer’s decision is final. Commission Bidding If you are unable to attend the sale but wish to bid on a lot, we can do this on your behalf. You will need to fill out a commission bidding form, which is found at the back of this catalogue, in the saleroom or on-line via our web site. You should complete the contact details, list the lot and the maximum price you wish to pay, excluding the buyer’s premium. The bid will be carried out by us and is completely confidential. You can then either e-mail us directly from the website, fax the form to us or submit the bid by telephone. Telephone commission bids must be received before 9am on the morning of the sale. Successful buyer’s will be contacted by telephone or will receive an invoice after the sale. Please note that we offer this service as a convenience. Telephone bidding We can only offer a limited number of telephone bidding lines on sale day enabling purchasers to bid live. This facility is available on lots where the bottom estimate is over £500.00. Requests for telephone bids must be made at least 24 hours prior to the sale and are allocated on a first come first served basis. Online Bidding We also offer an online bidding service for our quarterly Fine Art & Antique Sales via thesaleroom.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 32


arrangements are agreed with Boldon Auction Galleries you: authorise Boldon Auction Galleries, 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 confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Boldon Auction Galleries through www.thesaleroom.com and agree that Boldon Auction Galleries 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. Payment Payment can be made during or immediately after the sale. We ask that all items are paid and removed from the saleroom by 5pm on the Friday after the sale. The successful buyer should take the paddle number to the office for processing. Payment can be made by cash, cheque, debit or credit card (there is a 2% surcharge on credit card transactions on the total invoice). As Company Policy new customers who wish to pay by cheque should do so together with a cheque guarantee card or the items will be held until the cheque has cleared through the bank. Once payment has been made, goods may be cleared and the purchaser will receive their invoice from one of our porters with their goods. Package and Shipping We offer a postage and packing service to any destination through out the world. All liabilities are with the buyer. Demand is high for this service and although we aim to have the items packed and ready to send within a week, we cannot guarantee this. Please see our web site for further details. Condition Reports For prospective purchasers unable to attend the sale, we offer a condition report service. Request for information are accepted by telephone, e-mail or fax. Requests for condition reports must be received at the latest 24 hours before the sale otherwise we cannot guarantee we will be able to respond in time. The majority of our lots are illustrated on-line at our web site www.boldonauctions.co.uk Catalogue Subscription If you would like to receive catalogues by post we offer a subscription service. For further information please call us. Professional Services We provide a full range of professional valuation services for insurance, probate or family division purposes. These can be arranged by appointment at either your home or in the saleroom and in each case are tailored to suit the individual client’s needs. Valuations for probate purposes can be provided for executors and trustees. We can also clear the property if required. Valuations for insurance may vary from a single item to an entire collection. Full illustrations can be prepared with illustrations if needed. Verbal valuations for sale purposes are provided free of charge by our specialists. Regular Valuation sessions are held on Fridays and Saturdays.

Next FREE Valuation Sessions:-

Friday 18th December 2pm – 4pm If you cannot attend this session please telephone us on 0191 5372630 to arrange a convenient time

Sales Calendar 2009

All sales can be viewed on-line at: www.boldonauctions.co.uk

Fortnightly Victorian & General Sales Next sale 16th December

Sales are held on Wednesday’s at 10.00 am. Viewing: Saturday 10am – 1pm, Tuesday 2pm – 6pm and morning of sale 9am – 10am 33


BOLDON AUCTION GALLERIES

24a Front Street, East Boldon, Tyne and Wear, NE36 0SJ Telephone 0191 5372630 Fax 0191 5363875 website: www.boldonauctions.co.uk email: boldon@btconnect.com (Printable catalogue available) COMMISSION BIDDING FORM (Leave absentee bids)

THE AUCTIONEER WILL BE PLEASED TO ACCEPT COMMISSION BIDS FOR PURCHASERS WHO ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND THE SALE. PLEASE HAND THIS FORM IN TO THE OFFICE OR GIVE TO ONE OF OUR PORTERS. YOUR INFORMATION

Bidder number ……………………………… Telephone no. ………………… E-Mail …………………………….. Name ………………………………………... Address ………………………………………………………………… ………………………………….. Post code …………………………. LOT NUMBER

DESCRIPTION OF ITEM

HIGHEST BID


Selection of Beswick


Lot 412 Front Street, East Boldon, Tyne & Wear, NE36 0SJ Telephone: (0191) 5372630 E-Mail: boldon@btconnect.com www.boldonauctions.co.uk


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