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Winter Fine Art and Antique Sale Wednesday 11th December 2013 at 10.30am

Winter Fine Art and Antique Sale Wednesday 11th December 2013 at 10.30am


VIEWING Tuesday 10th December 2013 from 11.00am to 7.00pm and morning of sale from 9.00am

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Hansons Christmas auction will include an interesting array of fine antiques consigned to sale from vendors throughout Derbyshire and neighbouring counties. Highlights include a fine 4.60 carat diamond ring set to make someones Christmas sparkle at £20,000-30,000, the property of a Derbyshire Lady. Elsewhere a Nottinghamshire collection of horn beakers celebrate events from the Jacobite Rebellion to Florence Nightingale. Two old collections of Chinese porcelain from a Leicestershire home and Solihull estate are expected to create interest amongst collectors in China and the Far East. A collection of fine antique furniture from Warwickshire includes a good George I walnut chest of drawers whilst a rare pair of Japanese Satsuma vases on stands are expected to take £2000-3000. We look forward to an auction with all the theatre and drama to reflect the season’s festivities. If you are unable to join us in the saleroom please do watch the sale live online via Hansons Auctioneers. Our virtual auction audience of buyers who bid remotely is growing all the time and if you choose to bid online remember we are happy on certain items to offer a packaging service for that exclusive and unique Christmas present! Charles Hanson


Wednesday 11th December 2013 at 10.30am Silver and Plated Wares Jewellery Rings

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Watches and Pocket Watches


Oriental Ceramics and Works of Art






Decorative Arts


Works of Art


A Collection of Horn Beakers and Page Turners


Metal Wares






Books and Manuscripts




The George Grainger Smith Archive








Garden Statuary




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Wednesday 11th December 2013 at 10.30am Silver and Plated Wares 1. A pair of silver sugar nips, London 1862, surmounted by a man seated upon a barrel and with shell cast bowls, 16cm long, weight 1.8ozt £60-£100 2. A cased silver and green enamelled dressing table set, Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1927, comprising; two hair brushes, two clothes brushes a hand mirror, together with a similarly decorated powder compact (6) £80-£120 3. Han Wang - a Chinese silver Colonial golf trophy, of hemispherical footed form with stiff foliage, below ribbed rim, roundel inscribed Singapore Golf Club Spring Cup, 1903, hallmarked, 11cm diameter £200-£300 4. An Indian white metal embossed bowl, circa 1890, cast in relief on matt ground, figures amongst foliage, 9cm diameter £50-£100 5. A Chinese export silver attendant beside rickshaw, 8cm long £40-£60 6. An unusual silver eagle caddy spoon, Joseph Willmore Birmingham 1843, designed as an eagle’s head handle with feathered bowl, 8cm long £400-£600 7. A silver novelty toddy cup, Charles Horner, Chester 1904, in the form of an oversized thimble and titled, ‘Just a thimbleful’, 5cm high £80-£120 8. A silver plated teapot by Christopher Dresser (1834-1904), manufactured by James Dixon & Sons, of spherical shape, with ebony handle and three scroll feet, stamped with facsimile signature, ‘Chr. Dresser’, marked, ‘J D & S, 2273’, lozenge registration mark for 1880, 11.5cm high. See Widar Halen - Christopher Dresser, page 181 for illustrated reference £800-£1200

9. An Indian white metal bowl, embossed with a continuous frieze of figures and exotic animals, unmarked, 6.5cm high along with a further white metal bowl with continuous farmland scene of paddy fields 3.5cm high and a small white metal figure of cattle pulling a carriage 2.5cm high (3) £100-£200 10. A collection of silver flatware to include: six Old English pattern table forks, Robert Stebbings London 1901, monogrammed, ‘SK’, weight 13.5ozt, along with six side forks John Round & Sons, Sheffield 1905 and 1907, weight 8.5ozt and four silver Old English pattern spoons Sheffield 1920, weight 7ozt (16) £250-£350 11. A collection of silver spoons, to include: four fiddle pattern dessert spoons, Richard Pearce London 1819, monogrammed, ‘H’ along with two James Beebe London 1825, a set of six fiddle pattern tea spoons Samuel Whitford, London 1859, monogrammed, five further fiddle pattern teaspoons London 1836, two Old English serving spoons, ‘TH’ London 1808, monogrammed, ‘S’, and three others; Peter and Anne Bateman London 1796, ‘T.D’ London 1803, and, ‘JS AS’ London 1850, and a pair of 19th Century silver sugar nips, ‘IB’, total weight 22.5ozt (quantity) £200-£300 12. A set of twelve silver handled table knives Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1910, each with pistol grip and scroll handle, 26cm long, along with nineteen side knives by the same date and maker 21cm long (31) £200-£300 13. A set of twelve silver Old English pattern three-prong forks Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1910, weight 24ozt, 19.5cm long and twenty one smaller examples by the same maker and date, weight 26.7ozt, 16.5cm long (33) £400-£600 14. A set of six silver and ivory handled knives and forks, Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1909, the three pronged forks and broad bladed knives each with plain pistol grip style ivory handle (12) £80-£120

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15. A set of twelve silver forks and nine knives, Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1910 (marks rubbed), each piece with pistol grip style handle, forks 14cm long, knives 16.5cm long along with a set of eight silver two prong forks and seven fruit knives Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1909 and 1910, each with reeded handle, forks 18cm long, knives 19.5cm long and a set of six French silver plated oyster forks with florally cast handles and a silver sugar shovel (42) £200-£300 16. An eleven piece yellow enamel and silver dressing table set, Horton & Allday Birmingham 1928 and 1929, each piece with yellow guilloche enamel detail, comprising; a hand mirror, two hair brushes, two clothes brushes, two faceted glass jars and covers, a garland and bow decorated jar and cover, a scent bottle, a shoe horn and a button hook (11) £100-£150 17. Three silver import figures, bearing import marks for B Muller and Son, Chester 1902 and 1903, modelled as; a child holding a horn aloft, 8cm high, a putti with an anvil 5.7cm wide and a classical figure holding a lyre, 7cm high (3) £100-£150 18. A pair of Matthew Boulton, Old Sheffield Plate two branch candelabra, circa 1800, each baluster stem raised on stepped circular base the removable top section issuing two sinuous branches, impressed double sun mark, 44cm high (2) £100-£200 19. A George II style silver lidded tankard, Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1927, the handle with a heart shaped terminal and, ‘chair back’ thumb piece, inscribed to body for, ‘Liverpool Royal Golf Club, 1929’ 18cm high, weight 23.82ozt £300-£400 20. A silver mug in Georgian style, London 1861, of baluster form, with acanthus scrolled handle and foliage chased decoration to body, raised on a spreading foot, makers mark J.B, together with a further baluster shaped mug Chester 1904, total weight 16.22ozt (2) £240-£280


21. A George I style silver coffee pot, D & J Welby Ltd, London 1962, of conical form, the domed lid with turned finial handle, fitted with boxwood handle, shaped spout and moulded foot, 21cm high, silver weight approx 25.07ozt £300-£500 22. A George III silver vinaigrette, Samuel Pemberton, London 1816 £150-£200 23. Silver William V vinaigrette, J.W. (Joseph Wilmore), Birmingham 1830 £150-£200 24. Two George III silver pap boats, one dated London 1787, with foot and folded rim, 10cm long the other London 1810, each of plain polished form (2) £180-£220 25. A George II silver mug, of baluster form, the handle of, ‘S’ scrolled form, raised on a footed base, the body later chased with Rococo style scrolled foliage, inscribed to cartouche on one side, with a vacant cartouche to other side, the base hallmarked for London 1735, makers mark, ‘I.F’ 10cm high, total weight 7.27ozt £200-£300 26. A silver vinaigrette, Birmingham 1824 Joseph Willmore, designed as a purse; along with a silver, ‘stamps’ purse and a silver bayonet top flask Sheffield 1906 £100-£150 27. A pair of George III silver tureens and covers, Daniel Smith and Robert Sharp, London 1788, each of elegant two handled, pedestal form with gadrooned rims and branch ring handle, engraved elephant crest to each cover, undersides of covers engraved, ‘No. 3’ and, ‘No. 4’, 14.5cm high, weight 24ozt and 23.2ozt (2) £1500-£2000 28. A George III style silver candelabrum, Carrington & Co, London 1972 of typical baluster form, the base supporting a removable top section issuing four branches, each with removable nozzle and central sconce, (loaded) 30.5cm high £300-£500 29. A silver octagonal pedestal bowl, S J Rose & Son, London circa 1973, of pedestal form the concave lobed rim with celtic style decoration, 10cm high, weight 9.75ozt £100-£150


30. An old Sheffield plate and silver oil and vinegar set, 19th Century, the silver plated navette shaped tray with beaded rim, raised on four bun feet and supporting two faceted glass and silver mounted bottles and stoppers, probably Charles Chesterman, London 1788, tray 24.5cm wide, bottles 14.5cm high (3) £70-£100 31. A silver wine coaster J B Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1975, the coaster in George III style, with gadrooned rim and turned wooden base, 15.5cm diameter £50-£80 32. A near pair of silver table centrepieces, makers marks, ‘BN-M’ Birmingham 1973 and 1975, each of double hoop circular design and interspersed with three candle sconces with bark effect finish, with removable nozzles, 22.5cm wide, approx 26oz £250-£350 33. A silver commemorative dish marking, ‘The Bicentenary of the Sheffield Assay Office 1773-1973’, Mappin and Webb, Sheffield 1973, with applied crowns to the edge and a central coat of arms for Sheffield, 20.5cm diameter, approx 16oz £150-£250 34. A six piece silver condiment set in George III style, J B Chatterley and Sons, Birmingham 1965,1966 and 1967, each piece of oval straight sided form, comprising; two salts with blue glass liners and salt spoons, two pepper pots and covers and two lidded mustards (6) £80-£100 35. A pair of George V silver sauce boats in the Rococo style, Josiah Williams and Co., London 1921, with ogee rims and acanthus scroll handles on three lions paw feet, 14cm long, approx 6.5oz £70-£90 36. A silver jug, makers mark BN-M, Birmingham 1987, of pedestal ovoid form with Celtic banding and lion handle, 13.5cm high, 7ozt £80-£100 37. A glass and silver mounted decanter and stopper, Mappin and Webb, London 1973, the angular base with conforming stopper, the silver mounts engraved H.E.N-M, dated 1974, 25cm high £50-£80

38. A glass and silver mounted ships decanter and stopper, J B Chatterley and Sons Ltd., Birmingham 1975, the faceted body with star cut base and conforming stopper, 28cm high £50-£80 39. A fine Chinese silver and enamelled cylindrical box and cover, second half of the 19th Century, the enamelled sides finely worked with Kylin, a feng and the sun seen through waves, in puce, cobalt, green and ochre enamels, stamped Jing Fu (minor enamel flakes), 4.5cm high £300-£500 40. A set of six Chinese silver egg cups, Canton, early 20th Century, Sing Fat, each embossed with dragon bowl raised on bamboo effect stem (one at fault), 7.5cm high (6) £250-£300 41. An Arts and Crafts silver and enamelled buckle, William Hair Haseler, Birmingham 1907, designed as a stylised, ‘tree of life’ design with enamelled blue/ green heart shaped panels, against a lightly hammered ground, 8.3cm wide Founded in 1870 by William Hair Haseler. The firm of Haseler & Co went into formal partnership with Liberty & Co when the two firms joined forces to launch the Cymric silver scheme under the title Liberty & Co (Cymric) Ltd. £120-£180 42. A pair of George III silver scissor type candle snuffers, James Barratt London 1803, with trellis style openwork handles and raised on three ball feet, 16.5cm long £150-£200 43. A pair of silver scissor action candle snuffers Elizabeth Cooke, London 1765, with cast handles, the blades shell and floral decorated, 16cm long £200-£300 44. A pair of William IV silver scissor action candle snuffers, Edward Junior, John and William Barnard, London 1834, with heart cast handles and central flower detail, 16.5cm long £150-£200 45. A pair of small Victorian silver scissor action candle snuffers, ‘EH’, London 1891, with ring handles and engraved, ‘Isobel’, 8.8cm long £40-£60

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HANSONS AUC TIONEERS AND VALUERS 46. A collection of three pairs of silver plated scissor action candle snuffers, early-mid 19th Century and a candle snuffer tray (4) £100-£150 47. A silver shallow bowl, Birmingham 1897, the circular bowl with floral garland embossed decoration, within a raised, crimped rim and three out-swept feet, 21.5cm diameter £100-£150 48. A fine Japanese enamel and shibayama bowl, Meiji period (1868-1912) the white metal bowl with applied carved mother of pearl, jade and coral continuous, ‘mille-fleurs’ frieze, surrounded by cloisonné floral and foliate scrolls to the body and three scroll legs, the base with seal mark of the Ozeki Company, (at fault) 13.8cm high £3000-£5000 49. A George I Britannia silver sparrowbeak jug, London 1724, indistinct crowned makers mark, the baluster body with eared handle, monogrammed below the spout, 7cm high £150-£200 50. Two cast bronze pestle and mortars, one dated, ‘1623’ within inscription reading, ‘Richard St Rtyn’ above a Renaissance style frieze, square form handles, 12cm high the other dated, ‘1825’, of plainer form 10cm high along with a pewter cylindrical beaker within banded detail, 8cm high (3) £150-£200 51. A cased pair of silver twin-handled vases, Elkington and Co, Birmingham 1910, each in classical style and raised on stepped, canted rectangular bases, loaded, 18cm high (2) £200-£300 52. A pair of Elizabeth II cast silver candlesticks in the early 18th Century style of Rococo baluster form, Birmingham 1974/75 (2) £250-£350 53. An Edwardian silver gilt and enamelled travelling toilet set Asprey & Co Ltd, London 1910, each piece with lavender guilloche enamel detail, comprising; a hair brush, clothes brush, three jars and covers, two glass jars with screw tops, a pencil, a button hook and a folding knife, within a fitted leather case (11) £200-£300

54. A George V three piece silver tea service, Cooper Brothers and Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1913, each piece of canted rectangular form and raised on four paw feet, comprising; a tea pot with ebonised handle and finial, 14cm high 23ozt, a two handled sugar bowl 10cm high, weight 10ozt and a cream jug 9.5cm high, 7ozt (3) £400-£600 55. An Edwardian silver mug, Wakely and Wheeler, London 1908, the ovoid body with ridged neck and simple strap handle, 8.5cm high, approx. 5ozt £60-£100 56. Eight silver and glass American coasters, with a silver carrying stand, stamped sterling, 7.5cm diameter (8) £60-£100 57. A silver three piece tea service, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1946, each piece of rounded rectangular form and with gadrooned rims, comprising; a teapot with ebonised handle and finial 19.5ozt, a two handled sugar bowl weight 6.6ozt and a milk jug weight 6ozt (3) £300-£500 58. A three piece silver tea service Deakin and Francis, Birmingham 1934, each piece in Art Deco, stepped circular form, comprising; a teapot with composite angular handle, 11cm high weight 15.3ozt, a two handled sugar bowl 8cm high weight 4ozt and a milk jug 9cm high weight 3.3ozt (3) £250-£350 59. A silver three piece tea service, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1929, each piece of rounded boat shape, comprising; a teapot with ebonised handle and finial 15cm high weight 24.5ozt, a two handled sugar bowl, 10cm high weight 10.6ozt and a milk jug 10cm high weight 7ozt (3) £350-£450 60. A cased set of Georg Jensen fruit knives, each piece with stylised pineapple and scroll finial, marked, ‘Sterling Denmark GJ Ld’ 16.8cm long, case marked, ‘Georg Jensen, Silversmith, 15B New Bond St London, Member of the Salon Paris’ £100-£150 61. A cased set of twelve silver and mother of pearl handled butter knives, James Deakin and Sons, Sheffield 1922, 15.5cm long, within fitted case £70-£100

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62. A case containing a set of six silver teaspoons C W Fletcher & Son Sheffield 1924, each with shamrock pierced terminal and a set of six silver James Deakin and Sons teaspoons, Sheffield 1926 with ogee terminal (12) £60-£100 63. A matched three piece silver coffee service, to include: An empire style coffee pot with ebonised handle, Elkington & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1892, with laurel and floral garland decoration, weight 21.5ozt along with a helmet shaped cream jug 14.5cm high and a swing handled sugar bowl 8cm high, both C J Vander, London 1968, both stamped, ‘Harrods’ total weight 9.5ozt along with a further silver helmet shaped hexagonal cream jug (marks rubbed) weight 4.5ozt and a silver sugar shovel (5) £500-£700 64. A Theo Faberge St Petersburg Collection, ‘Peter The Great’ egg, Birmingham 2003, the egg in silver gilt with red enamel decoration throughout and applied gilt motifs including the imperial double headed eagle, anchor and garland swags and winged horses,on a silver gilt socle base, the cover with coronet finial inset with a ruby, the cover opening to reveal a model of Peter the Great on a rearing horse, 15cm high, with presentation case and original packaging £3000-£5000 65. A Sarah Faberge St Petersburg Collection, ‘Blue Peter’ egg, Birmingham 2003, the blue glass egg, with applied opalescent, blue, red and green beads and gilt highlighted detail, raised on three scroll feet, the cover with coronet finial inset with a ruby, the cover opening to reveal a silver model of the Blue Peter ship, 30cm high, with presentation case and original packaging £2000-£3000 66. A collection of George III and later silver flatware in old English pattern London 1798 to Exeter 1854, including three American silver forks circa 1835 by Marquand and Co, New York £120-£180 67. A collection of silver cruet items including pepper pots, mustards and salts, Chester 1911 etc £70-£90


68. A four piece silver tea service, Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1931, each piece of low rounded form and with gadrooned rims, to include: a teapot with composite handle and finial, 22.5ozt, a hot water jug with composite handle and finial 23.5ozt, a two handled sugar bowl 11.6ozt and a milk jug 6ozt (4) £500-£600 69. A silver tray, R F Mosley & Co, Sheffield 1928, the two handled tray of plain form, with ogee moulded raised rim, 54cm wide, weight 57ozt £300-£400 70. An early 20th Century Gorham Chantilly pattern American silver part canteen, comprising 12 knives, 12 forks, 12 side forks, 6 salad forks, 8 soup spoons, 12 butter knives, a fish knife, 12 teaspoons, 6 demitasse spoons, a ladle and two associated ladles, each piece marked Sterling, total approx weight 86.5ozt £1000-£1200 71. A silver cigarette box, William Suckling Limited, Birmingham 1941, in Art Deco style, the rectangular box with engine turned detail to the cover and central cartouche monogrammed, ‘S.B.’, fruitwood lined interior, 17cm wide, 8.8cm deep £100-£200 72. A silver cigarette box, Joseph Braham, Birmingham 1912, of rounded rectangular form, the plain cover monogrammed, ‘SW’, fruitwood lined interior, 17.5cm wide, 9cm deep £100-£200 73. A collection of eight vesta cases and a sovereign holder, to include: a Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co Ltd silver vesta, London 1914, engraved with KSLI crest and dated 15 Oct 1914, a silver vesta with integral stamp holder Birmingham 1910, engraved ivy leaf decoration, five further silver vestas, a silver plated vesta in the form of a book and a silver double sovereign holder (9) £150-£200 74. A George IV silver vinaigrette, William Lea & Co Birmingham 1820, with engine turned cover and vacant central cartouche, the silver gilt grille intricately pierced with floral and foliate detail, 4cm x 3cm, weight 27.5gms £80-£120


75. A George III silver vinaigrette, Thropp and Taylor, Birmingham 1810, with florally engraved cover, the silver gilt grille intricately pierced with a basket of flowers, 3cm x 2cm, weight 10gms £60-£100 76. A William IV silver vinaigrette, John Bettridge, Birmingham 1831, with engine turned cover, the silver gilt grille intricately pierced with a scrolling foliate detail, 3cm x 2.2cm, weight 10.2gms and a silver George III octagonal vinaigrette Birmingham 1800, ‘IT’, with diamond pierced grille, cover monogrammed, 2cm wide (2) £150-£200 77. A George III silver vinaigrette, ‘IT’, Birmingham 1799, of oval form, the cover monogrammed, ‘EC’, the silver gilt grille with diamond pierced detail, 2.8cm wide a George III silver vinaigrette with floral chased detail, the silver gilt grille with floral detail, 2.6cm wide, a white metal vinaigrette stamped, ‘900’ with floral chased decoration 3cm wide, and a silver circular pill box and cover, Mappin and Webb Birmingham 1912, 3.2cm diameter (4) £150-£200 78. A silver capstan inkwell Stokes and Ireland Ltd, Chester 1923, of typical plain polished form, the hinged cover enclosing clear glass well, oak base, 14cm diameter along with a hardstone handled and silver desk seal Birmingham 1901, 12cm high and a silver hip flask with bayonet cap, 12cm high (3) £100-£200 79. A tortoiseshell calling card case, 19th Century, of rectangular form and ivory lined rims, 10cm x 7cm, along with a later inlaid example, 10cm x 7cm (2) £100-£150 80. A George III silver box, possibly William Plummer, London 1810, of plain polished slender rectangular form, the cover with pierced diamond decoration and central ring handle, 17cm long, 4cm wide, along with an oval box and cover Faraday and Davey, London 1903, with cast scroll rims and hinged lid, 7.5cm wide and a silver match box sleeve Chester 1896 with scroll embossed decoration (3) £150-£250

81. A collection of silver dressing table items, to include: a silver jar and cover Charles Henry Dumenil, London 1918, with engine turned decoration throughout, 6.5cm high, weight 3.7ozt a silver box Birmingham 1917, of oval form and raised on four out-swept legs, 6cm wide, a glass and silver topped dressing table jar and cover Birmingham 1902 6.5cm diameter, a silver ring tree Birmingham 1903, base 7.5cm diameter and a silver backed dressing table mirror with easel support Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1902, embossed with putto, scrolls and animals including dogs and an owl, 14cm diameter (5) £150-£200 82. A collection of silver cases, to include: a silver purse Birmingham 1910, 9cm wide, a square case Chester 1944, of plain polished form, 9.5cm wide, two silver calling card cases, each of curved form, 8cm wide, a cigarette case Chester 1901, 8cm x 3.5cm, two further cigarette cases and a white metal hardstone inlaid vesta case (7) £80-£120 83. A Victorian silver bottle coaster William Comyns London 1899, embossed with pastoral scenes of courting lovers beneath a crimped rim, 9.2cm high, weight 4ozt, a two handled sugar bowl Josiah Williams & Co London 1933, of slightly tapering form, 4.5cm high, weight 3.5ozt and a silver pin dish Birmingham 1902 of oval form, with embossed rim and pierced body, 11cm wide, weight 1ozt (3) £80-£120 84. A Victorian silver canteen of flatware in feather edge Old English pattern by Elkington and Co, Birmingham 1866, comprising twelve forks, eighteen dessert spoons, eighteen dessert forks, salt spoons, teaspoons, tablespoons, etc., 160 ozt £1500-£2500 85. A George V silver partners desk stand, Mappin and Webb, London 1917, the stand with double pen recess and supporting two glass and silver mounted ink wells (monogrammed) raised upon four scroll cast feet, 22cm wide, 15.5cm deep £200-£300

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Jewellery 86. A yellow metal curb link bracelet, the uniform hollow link with alternating textured links stamped, ‘9c’ with an attached padlock clasp stamped, ‘E.P. 9ct’, weight 18.5gms, within a fitted case £120-£180 87. A decorative yellow metal bracelet, designed as six decorative openwork panels and with an attached padlock clasp stamped, ‘9ct’, weight 10gms and a hollow curb link chain with alternating textured and plain links and joined by a 22ct yellow gold wedding band, weight 25gms (2) £250-£300 88. A decorative yellow metal six bar gate bracelet, the tapering ends joined by a 9ct yellow gold padlock clasp, weight 14gms and a 9ct yellow gold curb link bracelet with attached padlock clasp weight 20gms (2) £250-£300 89. A 9ct yellow gold graduated curb link double watch albert, suspending a central T bar and half sovereign dated 1906, total weight 59gms £400-£600 90. A decorative link guard/muff chain with lobster clasp stamped, ‘J.M 9ct’, (at fault) weight 25gms suspending a carved chalcedony fist pendant £180-£220 91. A collection of necklaces, to include: a faceted citrine set drop with an attached decorative link chain, applied pad, ‘9’, weight 8.2gms, a sapphire set pendant and attached chain stamped, ‘750’, weight 2.8gms, a further chain unmarked and a decorative link yellow metal necklace stamped, ‘375’, weight 13gms (4) £150-£200 92. A colourless stone set bracelet in Art Deco style, designed as articulated panels set throughout with graduated colourless stones, all set in white metal, unmarked, attached safety chain £40-£60 93. A diamond and pearl sautoir circa 1925, the two row pearl set necklace interspersed with four diamond set spacers and suspending a diamond set drop, the diamond set cap with fringed pearl tassel, all set in white metal, unmarked, 48cm long £2500-£3500

94. A George III spade back guinea dated 1788 with pendant mount and an Edward VII half sovereign dated 1906 within a pendant mount (2) £250-£350

104. A 9ct yellow gold wedding band, weight 1.6gms, a 9ct yellow gold band of weave design, weight 2.9gms, along with three chains and a Rotary wristwatch £200-£300

95. A Victorian silver gilt and enamelled brooch with central coat of arms against a pair of oars with blue red and white enamelling to the shield and light blue enamel to the oars, engraved, ‘Cambridge’, Birmingham 1892, in red leather case £50-£80

105. A Continental gold curb link bracelet, the uniform curb link with integral clasp and single safety catch, clasp stamped indistinctly, ‘S&F’, 19cm long, weight 33.4gms £280-£320

96. A late Victorian garnet and pearl cruciform brooch, with closed back setting, having central garnet and four others at the cardinal points, each set with seed pearls and numerous further pearls to the surround, all set in yellow metal, unmarked, weight 11.2gms £80-£120 97. A Chinese silver bulbous bead necklace, chased with foliate sprays, nineteen string mounts £40-£60 98. A yellow metal and garnet set bracelet, the broad, articulated bracelet set with eighteen oval garnets, the integral clasp stamped, ‘750’, with single safety catch, total weight 62gms, with an additional link weight 5.8gms £800-£1200 99. An 18 carat bracelet, stamped .750 gold with gemstone decoration £200-£300 100. A George V gold sovereign dated 1918, within a 9ct yellow gold pendant mount, weight 9.3gms £180-£200 101. A seed pearl set pendant on mother of pearl frame, 19th Century, of tapering form and set with a central stylised floral panel, with attached later chain, pendant measures 5.8cm long £80-£120 102. A smoky quartz and 9ct gold dress ring, the large square cut smoky quartz within 9ct yellow gold claw and scroll decorative setting, the plain hoop stamped, ‘AC Co’, weight 9.5gms £50-£70 103. An 18ct yellow gold identity bracelet, with integral clasp and single safety catch, clasp stamped, ‘750’, weight 26.2gms £400-£500

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106. A Continental rose gold fob watch chain, designed as a bolt ring clasp suspending decorative link chain and terminating in a swivel, 13cm long, weight 15.2gms £80-£120 107. A Continental yellow metal bracelet, designed as eleven navette shaped panels, each with central pierced wave design, the integral clasp stamped indistinctly, attached safety chain, suspending a circular locket with lightly hammered finish, total weight 14gms £100-£150 108. A Continental 14k bi-colour gold necklace, designed as a central scroll panel with pierced and sphere detail, suspended from S scroll links and a fine chain, bolt ring clasp, stamped, ‘585’, total weight 8.8gms along with a further necklace, formed as baton links to the swivel and bolt ring clasp, stamped, ‘9’, weight 8.2gms (2) £150-£200 109. A Continental 14k gold bracelet, the decorative link bracelet designed as navette shaped links with rope twist details, attached bolt ring clasp and suspending a gold coin total weight 12gms £100-£150 110. A Continental 14k bi-colour gold stylised brooch, designed as an abstract dragonfly, stamped, ‘585’ weight 3.7gms along with a Franc II gold coin dated 1794 in a brooch setting, weight 9gms £150-£200 111. A 14 carat gold, diamond and untested pearl set brooch, designed as three palm leaves, set with two brilliant cut diamonds and an untested pearl, all set in yellow metal stamped, ‘585’, 5cm long, weight 11.6gms £150-£200


112. A Continental floral brooch, the yellow metal brooch designed as a stylised flower head of open work form, unmarked, weight 6.9gms, along with a circular brooch with mosaic design set with seven rose cut diamonds 2.6cm diameter, weight 11.2gms (2) £100-£150 113. A Continental gold and green stone set bracelet, designed as six stone-set panels interspersed with five scroll links, the integral clasp with single safety catch, weight 10gms, 18cm long, along with a gilt metal foliate spray brooch stamped, ‘MMA c.1995’ and a pair of leaf earrings with screw fittings (4) £80-£120 114. A cultured pearl and green bead necklace, together with two simulated pearl necklaces, a hinged bangle, a marcasite bracelet etc £80-£120 115. An Art Deco aquamarine and diamond set brooch circa 1925, the emerald cut aquamarine (measuring approximately 18mm x 13mm) within geometric, white metal diamond set surround, bearing French marks, 3.2cm x 1.8cm, weight 7.7gms £200-£300 116. Five pieces of cameo set jewellery, to include: a carved shell cameo brooch/ pendant depicting a winged lion within diamond and seed pearl set surround, all set in yellow metal, a carved hardstone cameo depicting an elegant, classical lady, numbered, ‘1121’, within a rose cut diamond set surround, all set in yellow metal and two further carved shell cameo brooches and a pendant, all set in yellow metal (5) £150-£200 117. A diamond and quartz set brooch, the oval brooch with diamond and onyx set surround and further central diamond to the centre 3.2cm wide along with a moss agate and diamond set oval brooch, the central oval agate within a rose cut diamond surround, marked indistinctly and a Victorian diamond set, ‘star burst’ brooch (3) £150-£200 118. A collection of jewellery to include: a turquoise and seed pearl set brooch in the form of an exotic bird, unmarked, an enamelled winged scarab brooch, set in yellow metal, unmarked, a painted miniature of a sea nymph within turquoise surround, two untested pearl set studs, etc £80-£120 8

119. A Victorian sovereign dated 1892, within a 9ct yellow gold mount elaborate scroll mount and with an attached chain, total weight 24.2gms £200-£300

128. A Wedgwood green jasper cameo brooch, 19th Century, a pair of cameo earrings, a Victorian butterfly brooch and a pearl set gilt metal locket £60-£100

120. A mabé pearl and diamond pendant, the central tear shaped pearl (measuring 2.5cm long x 1.5cm wide) within a diamond set surround and further diamond set hinged pendant lug, within closed back 18ct yellow gold setting, weight 10.2gms £800-£1200

129. A Blue John set pendant and an attached chain £60-£100

121. A 9ct yellow gold hinged bangle, ‘A.I’ Birmingham 1901, half engraved with scrolling foliage, attached safety chain, weight 6.4gms, within a fitted case £40-£60 122. A collection of seed pearl set jewellery to include: a seed pearl set necklace, all set in white metal, weight 11.8gms, an entwined heart brooch with ribbon surmount, all set in yellow metal, unmarked, 2.7cm wide, weight 5.9gms, an untested pearl set garland brooch stamped, ‘14k’, weight 5.5gms, a seed pearl set bar brooch with attached safety chain, a wishbone shaped brooch, a further pearl set brooch and an opal set bar brooch (7) £120-£180 123. A Norwegian silver and enamelled buckle by Marius Hammer (1847-1927) designed as stylised trees against a turquoise enamelled ground, stamped, ‘925’ and, ‘MH’ 5.3cm wide, a silver two part buckle G E Walton & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1876, a hinged bangle stamped, ‘925’, a silver vesta case and a gilt metal buckle (6) £60-£100 124. An Edwardian pendant set with amethyst and garnet, stamped 9ct £120-£150 125. A tourmaline set 18ct gold line bracelet, designed as forty eight square cut stones, the integral clasp stamped, ‘750’, with single safety catch, weight approx 16.6g £200-£250

130. A selection of costume jewellery £20-£30 131. An Arts and Crafts pendant and brooch by Arthur and Georgie Gaskin, circa 1920, designed as a central panel set with mother of pearl within a scrolling floral and foliate silver, openwork surround, set with pink and green coloured paste stones and suspending a further mother of pearl drop, the drop stamped to the reverse, ‘G’, 6cm long, the brooch similarly designed (later converted to a brooch) 2.7cm wide (2) £400-£600 132. An Art Nouveau aquamarine and split seed pearl set pendant, the heart shaped pendant set with a central aquamarine and suspending a further aquamarine set drop, all set in yellow metal stamped, ‘9ct’, and suspended from a fine 18” chain with decorative, ‘twist’ link spacers, total weight 5gms £100-£150 133. A Victorian garnet set mourning brooch, designed as a central buckle, ‘twist design’ set with four garnets and all suspending a further garnet set drop with locket back, all set in yellow metal, unmarked, weight 19.9gms along with a matched brooch (probably originally the earrings to the suite) within fitted case £100-£150 134. A pair of Jade set drop earrings, designed as a circular jade disc suspended from a white metal slender drop and yellow metal screw fittings, stamped, ‘9ct’, 6cm overall length £80-£120

126. A 9ct yellow gold curb link bracelet with attached charms, including a sovereign, a compass, a, ‘Regard’ locket, intaglios, a 9ct gold shoe etc, total weight 102 gms approx £400-£600 127. A heart shaped 9ct gold locket and an oval 9ct gold locket with fitted interiors, total weight 38.6 gms approx (2) £150-£200 C o n t a c t u s o n 012 8 3 7 3 3 9 8 8

HANSONS AUC TIONEERS AND VALUERS 135. A 9ct rose gold chain suspending twelve gold coins, to include: A Victorian half sovereign dated 1895, a South Africa 1/2 pond dated 1896, a French 20 Fcs dated 1907, a George III sovereign dated 1817, a George III spade back guinea dated 1790 and a half guinea dated 1789, a George IV sovereign dated 1827, a Victorian sovereign dated 1901 and another dated 1872, a South African pond dated 1897, a USA five dollar coin dated 1909 and an Elizabeth II sovereign dated 1958, total weight 110gms £2000-£3000 136. A 9ct rose gold curb link bracelet, with three attached sovereigns, each in pendant mount, the sovereigns dated; 1958, 1900 and 1912, the bracelet with attached heart shaped padlock clasp and safety chain, total weight 62.5gms £800-£1000 137. An aquamarine set line bracelet, the yellow metal bracelet set with nine graduated aquamarine’s, and joined by yellow metal stepped links, the integral clasp with attached safety chain, weight 19gms £300-£500 138. Sporting Interest: Six silver and enamel Matlock and District Football League medallions, circa 1930s, each enamelled with crest and engraved to the reverse, cased (6) £100-£200 139. Sporting Interest: Six Vaughtons Ltd. 9 carat gold Derbyshire Football Association medallions, circa 1930, each bearing blue enamelled decoration, total weight 32.8g (6) £400-£500 140. An 18ct white gold and diamond pendant, the brilliant cut diamond within a rub-over collet setting stamped, ‘015 K18’ all suspended from an 18ct white gold 18” chain, total weight 4.3gms £200-£300 141. A sapphire and diamond bar brooch, the stylised white metal bar set with a millegrain collet set sapphire and two old cut diamonds, all set in white metal to the yellow metal back stamped, ‘15ct’, attached safety chain, weight 3.5gms £100-£150 142. An aquamarine and diamond set bar brooch, the central circular aquamarine (measuring 9mm diameter) within a diamond set stylised foliate surround, all set in white metal, unmarked, weight 5.9gms £300-£500

143. An opal and diamond set hinged bangle, the nine graduated oval opals each interspersed with rose cut diamonds, all set in yellow metal, the integral clasp with safety chain, unmarked, weight 16.2gms £500-£700 144. An untested pearl set bangle, the yellow metal hinged bangle set with a row of eight untested pearls interspersed with yellow metal spacers, the integral clasp stamped, ‘14k’, with attached safety chain, weight 19.2gms £200-£300 145. A diamond set hinged bangle, set with a central panel of nine graduated, brilliant cut diamonds, all set within a white metal panel to the circular bangle, integral clasp and attaches safety chain, unmarked, weight 9.3gms £1200-£1800 146. A diamond set graduated line bracelet, the thirty graduated diamonds (measuring from 3 to 5.5mm) each claw set within white metal square panel setting, the integral clasp with single safety catch, unmarked, (two blank extensions) weight 19.3gms £4000-£6000 147. A Victorian garnet set mourning brooch, in floral style with engraved details and locket back, 3.5cm wide, along with a Georgian garnet and seed pearl set mourning brooch and a serpent fob brooch with paste set head and eyes (3) £100-£200 148. A Jade bangle of plain polished form, 8cm diameter £100-£150 149. A carved coral bracelet, 19th Century, the bracelet designed as a central deeply carved panel of fruits and foliage mounted on yellow metal frame, attached to a tapering brick link coral articulated bracelet with integral clasp, unmarked, central panel measures 5.5cm x 4.3cm, overall length 21cm, weight 84.2gms £600-£800 150. A silver and enamel pendant, the scrolling openwork frame set with an oval blue enamel panel, Chester 1912, 5cm over loop, 2cm wide; on a silver chain £60-£100

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Rings 151. A collection of four rings, to include: a 9ct yellow gold amethyst set dress ring, a 9ct rose gold emerald set ring, a 9ct yellow gold turquoise and ruby set ring, weight 13gms and a 22ct yellow gold wedding band, weight 2.2gms (4) £100-£200 152. A citrine and diamond set dress ring, the central citrine claw set within a diamond set, stepped surround and further diamond set shoulders, all set in white metal to the yellow metal hoop stamped, ‘18ct & PLAT’, weight 3.9gms £100-£150 153. An aquamarine set ring, the heart shaped aquamarine claw set within basket mount and leaf applied shoulders, to the yellow metal hoop stamped, ‘18k’, weight 6.6gms £150-£250 154. A 22ct gold Chinese ring, pierced, Qing Dynasty £80-£120 155. A diamond and untested pearl set Art Deco ring, designed as a marquise shaped panel set with a central pearl (measuring approx 8mm diameter) within an openwork surround set with four old cut diamonds within stylised, ‘leaf’ set bifurcated shoulders, all set in yellow metal, unmarked, weight 5.4gms £200-£300 156. A gentlemen’s heavy 9ct gold signet ring, with bark effect finish, weight 17.2gms £120-£180 157. A zircon and diamond cross over ring, set with two zircon’s, each claw set to the diamond set shoulders and plain hoop stamped, ‘PLAT 18ct’, weight 2.9gms £80-£120 158. A moonstone set ring, the hand wrought ring in asymmetrical form, set with a moonstone and cabochon blue stones, with pierced and hammered details, unmarked, tests as 18ct gold, weight 8.4gms £300-£400 159. A tourmaline set dress ring, designed as a central tourmaline crystal of yellow/pink colour within a three claw setting, each claw set with blue tourmaline’s, all set in yellow metal to the plain hoop stamped, ‘9’, weight 14.7gms £300-£400 9

160. A coral set dress ring, the large circular coral within plain polished broad yellow gold setting stamped, ‘585 JU’, weight 13gms and a rose cut garnet set dress ring with beaded surround and yellow metal band, weight 3.8gms (2) £80-£120 161. A sapphire and untested pearl ring, designed as a central oval, untested sapphire flanked by an untested pearl to either side, all set in white metal to the plain polished hoop, unmarked, weight 2.8gms £60-£100 162. A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, with oval cut centre sapphire and surround of ten brilliant cut diamonds £120-£180 163. A diamond set cluster ring, of flower head design, the central brilliant cut diamond within a two tier surround of further brilliant cut diamonds, all set in white metal, to the tapering shoulders and plain hoop stamped, ‘18ct’, weight 7.8gms £800-£1200 164. Two 22ct yellow gold wedding bands, total weight 5.6gms (2) £100-£150 165. An 18ct yellow gold wedding band, weight 5.6gms and a 9ct yellow gold wedding band, weight 2gms (2) £80-£120 166. A Continental Art Deco ruby and diamond cluster ring, the central oval untested ruby within a radiating surround set with four diamonds and further set within a canted rectangular border of rose cut diamonds, all set in white metal, marked to the outside of the hoop, weight 4.3gms £250-£350 167. A black opal set ring, the circular opal in yellow gold setting, stamped, ‘18ct’ £80-£120 168. A Murrle Bennett & Co (1896-1914) 18ct yellow gold and opal ring, with central opal and heart carved shoulders, stamped, ‘MBC’ weight 3.5 gms approx (at fault) £200-£400 169. A collection of five various dress rings to include smoky quartz, opal doublet, cameo and paste set examples, all set in gold (5) £60-£100


170. A ruby and diamond 22ct yellow gold ring, designed as two oval rubies centred by two brilliant cut diamonds, each collet set, weight 5gms £80-£120 171. An opal doublet and diamond dress ring, the oval doublet within a diamond set, stepped surround, to the broad white gold shoulders and plain, tapering hoop stamped, ‘750 FJ’, weight 13gms £400-£600 172. An emerald and diamond ring, the central, oval, cabochon emerald collet set and flanked by a diamond to either side, the yellow metal band stamped, ‘750 CJ’, weight 5.6gms £200-£300 173. A solitaire diamond ring, the round brilliant cut diamond within white gold rubover collet setting to the tapering yellow gold shoulders and plain 18ct yellow gold hoop, weight 4.4gms £300-£500 174. A 9ct white gold Tahitian pearl and diamond ring, all set in 9ct white gold, weight 3.7gms, and a similar pendant, designed as a pewter coloured pearl with diamond set surmount in 9ct white gold (2) £150-£200 175. A Victorian diamond ring, designed as three graduated old cut diamonds, all within a rose cut diamond surround and set in white metal to the tapering yellow metal shoulders and plain polished hoop, weight 2.7gms £600-£900 176. A George IV mourning ring, designed as a central panel inset with woven hair and surrounded by a border of twelve split seed pearls, all set in yellow gold, within scroll cast shoulders and ribbed hoop, inscribed verso, ‘Rev. Tho. Newton, Ob. 15 Feby 1829’, weight 3.2gms, within a fitted box £150-£200 177. A George IV amethyst, diamond and seed pearl set mourning ring, designed as a central hair locket flanked by an amethyst to top and bottom, within an openwork seed pearl and rose cut diamond set surround, all set in yellow and white metal, inscribed, ‘Sh Newton Obt 7th Dec 1821 AE 55’, weight 4.8gms, within a simulated shagreen fitted box £400-£600

178. A five stone diamond ring, the five, graduated brilliant cut diamonds, all claw set in white metal to the white metal shoulders and plain yellow metal hoop stamped, ‘18ct & PT’, weight 2.3gms £100-£150 179. An Edwardian diamond and zircon cluster cocktail ring, the central circular zircon (measuring 8mm diameter) claw set within a surround of twelve brilliant cut diamonds, each millegrain set in white metal, to the tapering shoulders and plain hoop stamped, ‘18ct PT’ and, ‘2033’, weight 4.3gms £400-£600 180. A modern ruby and diamond ring, the central, oval ruby within a two row surround of brilliant cut diamonds, and further diamond set shoulders, all set in white metal stamped, ‘14k’, weight 5.6gms £600-£800 181. An amethyst and diamond ring, the central oval amethyst, claw set in white metal, within a diamond set surround and further diamond set, bifurcated shoulders, all set in white metal stamped, ‘14k’, weight 4.8gms £500-£700 182. A diamond solitaire ring, the round brilliant cut diamond (measuring approximately 4.60ct) all claw set to the baguette cut diamond set shoulders and plain white metal hoop stamped, ‘750 18k’, weight 7.9gms £20,000-£30,000 183. An emerald and diamond cluster ring, the central emerald cut emerald (measuring approximately 16mm x 13mm) claw set within a surround of sixteen brilliant cut diamonds (each measuring approximately 0.18ct) all set in white metal to the plain hoop stamped, ‘K18’, weight 15.6gms £1800-£2200 184. A five stone diamond ring, the five graduated old cut diamonds, all claw set in white metal to the tapering shoulders and plain yellow gold hoop, stamped, ‘B.K.T 18ct PLAT’, weight 3.2gms £600-£800 185. A five stone diamond ring, the five graduated old cut diamonds, all claw set in white metal to the tapering shoulders and plain white gold hoop, stamped, ‘PLAT’, weight 3.4gms £600-£800

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HANSONS AUC TIONEERS AND VALUERS 186. A five stone sapphire and diamond ring in Victorian style, the three untested sapphires interspersed by two old cut diamonds, all claw set in yellow metal to the scroll carved shoulders and plain hoop stamped, ‘18ct’, weight 3.2gms £400-£600 187. A citrine and diamond oval cluster ring, the central oval citrine (measuring approximately 12mm x 10mm) within a surround of twelve brilliant cut diamonds (measuring approximately 0.08ct) all claw set in white metal to the tapering 18ct yellow gold shoulders and plain hoop bearing Millenium hallmark, weight 7.3gms £800-£1000 188. A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the central raised, oval sapphire (measuring 11mm x 9mm) within a surround of fourteen brilliant cut diamonds and a further surround of tapered radiating baguette cut and brilliant cut diamonds, all claw set in 18ct white gold to the tapering shoulders and plain white gold hoop, weight 10.4gms £1800-£2000 189. An opal and diamond dress ring, designed as five central opals in cross formation, collet set in yellow metal against a pave diamond set oval panel, further opals and diamonds set to the shoulders and plain yellow gold hoop stamped, ‘18ct PLAT’, weight 9.3gms £1000-£1500 190. An opal set dress ring, the raised, oval opal (measuring approximately 20mm x 15mm), all claw set in yellow metal to the ribbed yellow metal hoop, stamped indistinctly, weight 9.4gms £400-£600 191. A sapphire and diamond marquise shaped ring, designed as a central vertical row of three sapphires within a surround of old cut diamonds, all set in 18ct yellow gold, to the plain polished gold hoop, stamped, ‘L&L’, weight 3gms £150-£250 192. A sunstone set signet ring, the oval sunstone collet set within a yellow metal decorative setting, concave shoulders and broad yellow metal hoop, unmarked, weight 5.5gms £100-£150

193. A diamond solitaire ring, the circular brilliant cut diamond (measuring approximately 0.70ct) claw set in yellow gold to the tapering shoulders and plain polished 9ct yellow gold hoop, weight 2gms £300-£500 194. A three stone emerald and diamond ring, the central square cut emerald (measuring approx 6cm x 5cm) flanked by a brilliant cut diamond to either side (each measuring approx 0.25ct) all claw set in white metal, to the tapering shoulders and plain hoop stamped, ‘Platinum 227’, weight 3.2gms £400-£600

Watches and Pocket Watches 195. A lady’s Omega wristwatch, the yellow metal circular dial with gold batons and attached integral strap (at fault), weight 21.2gms £150-£200 196. An 18ct gold open faced pocket watch, Sheffield 1912, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the movement engraved, ‘John Taylor Rochdale, 135878’, weight 65.6gms £300-£500 197. A Continental yellow metal and polychrome enamel fob watch, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, the gilt, keyless movement unsigned, the inner back stamped, ‘0.585’ and, ‘Cylindre 10 rubies No.83573’ the back of case decorated with polychrome enamel flowers and leaves, weight 18gms £100-£200 198. A Continental yellow metal full hunter fob watch, circa 1880, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, the gilt cylinder movement unsigned, the decorative case depicts a sailing boat, a further man in a rowing boat presenting a fish to a lady, the front cover depicting a lady on horseback, unmarked, weight 42gms £400-£600 199. A Continental 18k gold, open faced pocket watch, the quarter repeating gilt movement unsigned, the inner back engraved, ‘Jacquet Droz’, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, stamped, ‘18k’, weight 126gms, with key Pierre Jaquet Droz noted as working 1721-1790 £1000-£1500

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200. A Continental 18k gold open faced, quarter repeater pocket watch, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the keyless gilt, quarter repeating movement unsigned, the outer and inner cases stamped, ‘18k’, weight 108gms £800-£1200 201. An 18k gold, late 19th Century quarter repeater chronometer full hunter pocket watch, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the gilt keyless, repeating movement unsigned, two buttons to the side of the case, case stamped, ‘18k’, the inner back engraved, ‘Henry Marks, Bayswater, London’, weight 128gms £800-£1200 202. An 18ct gold cylinder minute repeater pocket watch by Robert Roskel, London 1851, the gilt metal cylinder movement signed, ‘Robt Roskell, Liverpool, No 37014’, the silver and gold decorative dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, slide repeater action to the side of the case, the decorative case hallmarked London 1851, with key, weight 72gms £1500-£2000 203. A Swiss gold musical pocket watch, early 19th Century, the gilt movement unsigned, 21 tines, the gold decorative dial with further gold Roman numerals, the plain case unmarked, weight 134gms, with key and within case £3000-£5000 204. A lady’s 9ct gold Omega wristwatch, the circular champagne dial with batons with an attached integral, slender herringbone link strap, weight 14gms £60-£100 205. An 18ct gold, ‘Dent’ pocket watch, early 20th Century, with white enamelled dial, with black Roman numerals, seconds dial within main dial, the back with lid opening to reveal mechanism and inscription reading, ‘Dent, Watchmaker to the Queen, 61 Strand & 34 Royal Exchange London’, numbered, ‘35054’, weight 80.4 grams, complete with associated box. £700-£1000 206. A lady’s Rolex wristwatch in a 9ct gold case and expanding bracelet £300-£500


207. A Vacheron Constantin lady’s diamond set wristwatch, the champagne dial with batons and numerals within a white metal case, the bezel studded with twenty four brilliant cut diamonds and eight further diamonds to the shoulders, with integral textured woven bracelet (unmarked), weight 40gms £500-£800 208. A Continental 14k gold open face fob watch, the white enamelled sial with black roman numerals, engraved bezel, the decorative case with locket back, stamped, ‘K14’, the inner case stamped, ‘Remontoir 10 Rubies, Geneve, No 111514’, weight 29gms £200-£300 209. A lady’s full hunter yellow metal fob watch, the engine turned cover opening to reveal a white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the inner back case numbered, ‘4972’, weight 25.7gms £200-£300 210. A Waltham 14k gold plated open face pocket watch, the white enamel dial with black Roman and Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the bezel with scrolling foliate detail, the screw back stamped, ‘662088’ the movement signed, ‘P S Bartlett, Waltham, Mass’ £80-£120 211. An Omega bi-colour metal open faced pocket watch, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the inner back stamped, ‘0.800’ and number, ‘1315’ the movement stamped, ‘10716178’ £120-£180 212. A Jaeger Le Coultre military issue, keyless open face pocket watch, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the back marked, ‘G.S.T.P 265438’ £80-£120 213. A silver cased 1920s gentleman’s wristwatch with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, Swiss, import marks for Edinburgh 1929 £60-£100


214. A tortoiseshell and silver pair cased pocket watch, Thomas Carpenter London 1792, the white enamel dial with black Roman Arabic 15, 30, 45 and 60 numerals, the gilt metal movement signed, ‘J. Whitehurst, Derby, 3072’, the tortoiseshell case with studded details £600-£800 215. A George III silver pair cased pocket watch, Joseph Glenny London 1808, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, the gilt metal movement signed, ‘Jas Shipley, Derby, No 318’ £250-£350 216. A George III pair cased silver pocket watch, Southern Payne, London 1778, the white enamelled dial with black roman numerals, the movement signed, ‘William Spalding, Gainsboro’ and numbered, ‘2486’ £100-£200 217. A silver pair cased pocket watch Southern Payne London 1780, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and further Arabic numerals, the gilt movement signed, ‘John Hondum, No 3292 F’ along with a further silver cased, open face pocket watch, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, signed, ‘S. Goldstone, London and Manchester’ case stamped, ‘0.935’ along with a silver coloured decorative watch albert (3) £120-£180 218. An Edwardian silver cased open face pocket watch, Chester 1901, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, inscribed, ‘The Climax Trip Action Patent, H.Samuel Manchester’ £120-£150 219. A LIP Type Courant, 20th Century continental nickel-plated open face pocket watch, white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, the case cast with figures bathing, 7cm over loop £100-£150 220. A 19th Century gold-plated Waltham open face pocket watch, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, marked, ‘A.W.W Co’, subsidiary seconds dial, plain case, 5.5cm over loop £50-£80

221. A 19th Century French open face lady’s pocket watch, the decorative silvered dial with Roman numerals, within a decorative yellow metal case with florally cast bezel, engraved and engine turned back, tested as 18ct, 5.5cm over loop £350-£400 222. An 18th Century verge escapement watch, the white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals, dial marked, ‘Lichtenster’, in a later white metal case, the glazed inner cover revealing the movement signed, ‘Lichtenstern No. 1433’ £450-£500 223. A 19th Century silver open face pocket watch The Waterbury Watch Co. Birmingham 1889, the white enamel dial, Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, vacant cartouche to the back £120-£150 224. A 19th Century Longines silver open face pocket watch, white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, plain case, 7cm over loop £100-£150 225. An early 20th Century Waltham open face pocket watch, silvered dial, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, faceted case, 5.5cm over loop £100-£150 226. A 20th Century silver Omega open face pocket watch, gilded dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, goldplated bezel, 6.5cm over loop £140-£160 227. A 19th Century Swiss silver-plated goliath pocket watch, white enamel dial, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial, 10cm over loop, in a silver-mounted travel case, Birmingham 1919, 11cm high £120-£150 228. A lady’s half hunter fob watch, the outer cover with blue enamel Roman numerals, enclosing a white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the inner cover stamped, ‘18k’, the movement stamped, ‘Examined by J W Benson, London, Swiss Made’, weight 36.4gms £250-£350

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Oriental Ceramics and Works of Art 229. An 18th Century Famille Rose Chinese bleeding bowl or porringer, decorated with enamel floral sprays and pierced ogee handle, 12.5cm diameter, 5.5cm high £300-£500 230. A Chinese porcelain export, famille rose custard cup and cover, of moulded form with rope twist handle and decorated with floral sprays beneath a lattice border, the cover with floral knop, 8cm high £70-£100 231. A Japanese Kutani vase, the high shouldered body with fan moulded handles and depicting a deity amongst clouds, the reverse with birds amongst branches, against a busily gilded ground, 30cm high £150-£200 232. A Japanese Kutani ewer and cover, of baluster form, the red ground body gilded throughout, a central scene of reveller’s, the handle in the form of a dragon, 42cm high £250-£350 233. A Chinese blue and white porcelain ginger jar and cover, in Wanli style, the ovoid body painted with Chrysanthemum trailing sprays below arched palmettes; together with a Chinese porcelain Kangxi bottle base with long slender neck, ovoid form, enamelled with figures; and another slender bottle vase; and a blue and white ginger jar, probably late 19th Century (4) £80-£120 234. A set of six Chinese Export porcelain blue and white dishes, Qianlong (1735-99), each painted with rolling landscapes and figures before Vitruvian type blue shaded borders, trailed blue foliage to reverse, 20cm diameter (6) £70-£100 235. A collection of eight Chinese blue and white porcelain dinner plates, Qianlong (1735-99), various Chinoiserie designs amongst prunus before trellis and plain borders, 23cm diameter (8) £100-£150

236. A Chinese porcelain blue and white plate, Kangxi (1622-1722), vibrantly painted in blue before compartmental floral arch borders; together with a large Chinese blue and white porcelain charger plate, circa 1780, painted in blue with a willow tree before rocky prunus and chrysanthemums, 39cm dia; a Chinese porcelain blue and white rectangular cantered meat plate, circa 1780, painted in a variant of the willow pattern; together with three other Chinese porcelain plates, 18th Century, of various sizes (6) £100-£150 237. A Chinese porcelain ovoid vase, 19th Century, the flared rim above green enamelled twin dog of foe handles, before vignette of an interior court scene, the ovoid body enamelled with seated figures, before pink, turquoise and red border ground, unmarked, 61cm high £250-£350 238. A Chinese porcelain ovoid vase, 19th Century, the flared rim with famille rose sprays before blue dog of foe handles and seated figure in pink kimono attire, before character marks either side and ovoid body with reptile mouldings, and figures in courtly dress, before character stories, pink turquoise base, 63cm high £200-£300 239. A collection of eight Japanese porcelain Imari plates, of fluted outline, Meiji period (1868-1912), in Imari palette with compartmental borders, 22cm diameter (8) £100-£150 240. A pair of Oriental bronze Dogs of Fo, seated, resting on ball foot, probably early 20th Century, approx 44cm high (2) £150-£200 241. Two Chinese 19th Century lidded pots, with figural images and Chinese text, Cantonese (2) £50-£80 242. Four late 19th Century Thomas Webb Burmese vases, five with gilt and enamel decoration, one in the manner of Jules Barbe (5) £80-£100

243. A Chinese export porcelain hexagonal dessert plate, Qianlong (1735-99) painted to the centre with a young family in an exterior setting, together with a Chinese porcelain famille rose plate, circa 1780, and a Chinese porcelain jar and cover, 19th Century, painted with figures in ceremonial procession (3) £50-£80 244. A Chinese porcelain blue and white dish, early 18th Century, painted with stylised flowers before a scroll patterned centre, together with a pair of Chinese Export porcelain blue and white plates, the pair 25cm diameter and a Chinese porcelain blue and white ginger jar (4) £50-£70 245. A pair of Far Eastern hardwood and wirework inset figures, circa 1880, in court dress, raised upon rocky carved bases, 42cm high (2) £50-£70 246. A pair of mid 19th Century Chinese bronze vases, the baluster vases each decorated in relief with paired dragons chasing the flaming pearl, apocryphal, ‘’Xuande” marks, 42cm high (2) £1000-£1500 247. An early 20th Century Henan Blackware wine pot, the ovoid body carved depicting a Chinese character mark and with a figure of a seated man, below a flared rim, 23cm high £500-£700 248. A Chinese carved ivory table casket, Canton, 19th Century, profusely carved with figures within pagoda and temple gardens to the cover and sides, within ogee borders, 24cm wide, 10cm deep, 7cm high £600-£900 249. A pair of Japanese Satsuma bottle vases, late Meiji period (1868-1912), each of four sided form finely decorated with alternating panels of figures within garden landscapes and fine floral views with butterflies and insects, gilt character mark to base, 30.5cm high (not including stands) (chips to one) with carved hardwood stands £2000-£3500 250. A Chinese porcelain yellow ground vase, 19th Century, of ovoid outline, vibrantly enamelled with pink chrysanthemum sprays and bats before character mons, turquoise ground interior, 42cm high £300-£500

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251. A Chinese porcelain scent bottle, moulded in relief with a figure in a boat playing music, within blue ground borders, 7cm high a further scent bottle moulded in relief with women and children in a garden and picked out in polychrome enamels 7cm high, a glass and enamelled scent bottle 6.5cm high, a pair of Japanese cloisonné condiments 6cm high, a hardstone scent bottle 6cm high (6) £100-£200 252. A carved ivory scent bottle and cover, 19th Century, carved in high relief with figures on horse back and with polychrome details 7.5cm high, along with a carved ivory figure of an immortal with a crane 7cm high and a carved hardwood netsuke, of a figure in a box, bearing signature 3.5cm high (3) £100-£150 253. A pair of Chinese porcelain famille rose vases, 19th Century, the flared cylindrical vases, each enamelled with a flowering peony and birds, unmarked, 25.5cm high (2) £400-£600 254. A Japanese carved hardwood low table, Meiji Period (1868-1912), of square form with iris motifs carved to the cabriole legs and skirt, 74cm high, 78cm square £300-£500 255. A Chinese porcelain plaque, probably 18th Century, enamelled in famille verte palette with two figures in a fenced landscape with prunus blossom, before diaper painted border, within ebonised frame, old Sidney Moss retailers label, 26cm x 19cm £300-£500 256. A pair of Chinese porcelain waisted vases, 19th Century, enamelled with cockerels in prunus blossom within famille rose landscape, flared rim, 25cm high (2) £100-£150 257. A Chinese blanc de chine porcelain goddess, 18th/19th Century, modelled seated on a lotus flower before a scrolling circular base, six detachable arms, 28cm high £100-£150 258. A Chinese blanc de chine porcelain figural group of a seated mother and child, 18th/19th Century, 30cm high £80-£120


259. A Japanese Satsuma pottery plate, Meiji Period (1868-1912) painted with warriors in ceremonial dress before mountainous landscape and fluted gilt and enamel border, 22.5cm diameter £40-£60

269. A Chinese porcelain koro shaped vase, possibly 18th Century, with incised ornament of precious objects, mask scroll handles, raised on three mask mounted stile feet, incised character mark, 29cm high £150-£250

260. A Kaikeyi - a Japanese woodblock print of a lady, in pink attire, circa 1900, 18cm x 33cm and a silk of a lady in ceremonial red dress, full length 13cm x 17cm (2) £30-£50

270. A Chinese porcelain ovoid vase, 19th Century, painted with female attendants, in iron red and green costume, powder blue and gilt ground before a short tapered neck, 46cm high £150-£250

261. A Japanese woodblock print, figure on horseback, probably 19th Century, 23cm x 21.5cm £100-£150

271. A Chinese porcelain blue and white double gourd vase, in Kangxi style painted with precious objects before a yellow ground neck and flared rim, incised number, ‘319’, raised on hardwood stand, 24cm high £70-£100

262. A Continental tin glazed earthenware dish, probably 18th Century, enamelled with a stylised floral design before black scroll border, 24.5cm diameter £50-£80 263. A large Chinese porcelain blanc de chine figure of Guan yin, probably 18th Century, modelled standing in ceremonial kimono, cracked, lacking hands, 64cm high £100-£150 264. A Chinese Kohl pot lid, Sulpanabad, probably 14th Century, carved with a kneeling figure with begging bowl, within ebonised frame, 9.5cm x 10cm £70-£100 265. A brown glazed pottery ovoid vase, probably Mesopotamia, 11.5cm high together with a green pottery frog and a red earthenware pottery seated buddah, probably 17th Century, 11cm high (3) £70-£100 266. A Chinese blanc de chine figure of a seated scholar, 18th/19th Century, holding a scroll in his left hand, 26cm high £40-£60 267. A Chinese Export porcelain globular teapot and cover, Qianlong (1735-1799) painted with figures in an exterior setting, together with a Chinese porcelain plate Qianlong, painted with an iron red chrysanthemum spray (2) £40-£60 268. A Chinese porcelain blue and white ovoid vase, in Kangxi style painted with trailing foliage before a diaper base border, script mark to base, 11.5cm high £40-£60

272. A Chinese white earthenware bottle vase, provincial, moulded with a reptile, 21cm high along with a Chinese rectangular pottery dish (2) £40-£60 273. A Chinese blue and white porcelain ovoid vase, probably 18th Century, painted with figures in an exterior setting with prunus blossom, shouldered foliage and short flared neck, drilled hole to base, 33cm high £200-£400 274. A Chinese globular blue ground vase, together with three English porcelain blue and white coffee cans circa 1785, two tea bowls, a tea pot stand, porcelain plinth and a green ground vase (9) £70-£100 275. A Chinese celadon ground double gourd vase, 18th/19th Century, of ovoid outline, short flared neck, chipped, 31cm high £50-£70 276. A Chinese blanc de chine figure, Guanyin, 17th/18th Century, standing in kimono dress, on scroll oval base, lacking hands, filled, 45cm high £100-£150 277. A Chinese porcelain famille verte ovoid vase, 19th Century, painted wild birds amongst branches before vignettes of fish and beatles, black iron ground and short neck with chrysanthemum sprays, flared rim, 45cm high £150-£200

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HANSONS AUC TIONEERS AND VALUERS 278. An interesting Chinese white earthenware fluted ovoid vase, short flared neck, on stepped circular base, 19cm high £40-£60 279. A Chinese porcelain blue and white charger, Kangxi (1662-1722), painted with blue fanciful birds in a landscape before compartmental borders, pierced for hanging, 32cm diameter £100-£150 280. A Chinese celadon ground bowl, probably 18th Century, with incised ornament over a pale celadon ground, 28cm diameter £80-£120 281. A large Chinese porcelain blue and white charger, Qianlong (1735-99), painted with trailing flowers before trellis border and floral border, brown rim, riveted, 39cm diameter £40-£80 282. A Chinese celadon ground porcelain ovoid vase, probably Qianlong (1735-99), patterned acanthus design within border, short flared neck, 15cm high £70-£100 283. An interesting Chinese ovoid porcelain vase, 18th/19th Century, sponged puce enamel ornament before four clawed dragon, shorted flared neck, six character mark in blue to base, 34cm high £150-£250 284. An interesting Chinese black ground porcelain ovoid vase, of ovoid outline, short flared neck, six blue character mark to base, blue concentric circular twin banded mark to base, 14cm high £200-£300 285. A Chinese porcelain square tapered blue and white jar, and pierced hardwood cover, Kangxi (1662-1722), painted with foliage and prunus blossom before a rocky outcrop, before trailing foliage to short neck, 26cm high £250-£350 286. A Chinese porcelain famille verte circular bowl, Qianlong (1735-1799), of flared outline, painted with crabs and lobsters in compartmental borders, enamelled sprig to centre, exterior with foliage and insects, 19cm diameter £100-£150

287. A Chinese porcelain ovoid vase, 19th Century, painted with a cockerel amongst famille rose sprays and prunus blossom, before iron red fenced border, losses to rim, 36cm high, together with a Chinese blue and white porcelain bowl, Qianlong, cracked (2) £40-£60 288. A Chinese porcelain blue and white ribbed charger, Kangxi, (1662-1722) busily decorated with central flowering rock work within an ogee panelled border and scale and trellis rim, underglaze blue mark to base, 29cm diameter £60-£100 289. A Chinese porcelain polychrome decorated plate, 18th Century, enamelled with exotic beasts and vases upon a table within compartments, the scalloped rim with cell diaper and floral decoration, unmarked, restored, 21cm diameter £40-£60 290. A pair of Japanese Kutani candlesticks, Meiji period (1868-1912), each of trumpet form and decorated with a band of swirling flowers in typical red and gold colours, black painted six character mark to base, 18cm high (2) £150-£250 291. A Chinese Sang de Boeuf baluster vase, the plain body with gilt metal mounts, later converted to a lamp and raised on a gilt metal stand with four bracket feet, 37cm high £200-£250 292. Three carved ivory figures, to include: a man carrying a monkey on his shoulders 15.5cm high, a man with a staff, with long beard 17cm high and a further man with a monkey on his shoulders 18cm high (3) £150-£200 293. Three carved ivory figures, to include: a man carrying his son 13cm high, a man carrying fruits 13.2cm high and a bearded man wearing a tall ceremonial hat 15cm high (3) £200-£300 294. Three carved ivory figures, to include: a hunter slaying a dragon 13.5cm high, a man seated 7cm high and a further man modelled standing 9cm high (3) £80-£120

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295. Two ivory figures, modelled as a lady playing a pipe and seated on rock work base 15cm high the second modelled as a man carrying a sack on his back 6.8cm high (2) £70-£100 296. A collection of carved ivory animals to include: oxon pulling a cart (at fault) and four carved elephants 4.5cm - 1.8cm £50-£100 297. A Japanese carved ivory Canton brush pot, Meiji Period (1868-1912), carved with ogee panels depicting figures within garden and temple landscapes, against a plain ground, lacking base, 13cm high £400-£600 298. A carved ivory figure of a water carrier, the figure modelled standing with a basket over his shoulder and raised on circular disc base, 22cm high £200-£300 299. A handled bowl designed as a carved ebony lotus flower and leaf base with craved ivory elephant train handle, 27cm high £150-£250 300. A carved ivory figure of a muse playing a flute and dancing, emerging from a lotus flower head and raised on wooden plinth base, 27cm high £200-£300 301. A carved hardwood Oriental frame, the rectangular frame carved with dragons chasing the flaming pearl and carp amongst lillies, easel support, 33cm x 27cm £70-£100 302. A pair of carved African ivory tusks, 19th Century, each depicting numerous native figures and hunters in Western and tribal costumes, 37cm long (2) £500-£700 303. A carved ivory tusk, deeply carved as figures in a hillside village with pagoda’s, temples and figures in boats and on horse back, 25cm wide, along with an ivory and silver mounted page turner 26.5cm long (2) £80-£120 304. A pair of ivory tusks, each carved in low relief with trailing leaves, below lobed rims, 37.5cm long £100-£150 305. A carved ivory tusk, the single tusk carved with a recumbent crocodile, 39cm long £100-£150


306. A pair of copper lustre decorated Alhambra style vases, 19th Century, of baluster form with ogee moulded upright handles, decorated with underglaze blue banding and Islamic script within busily decorated borders, (at fault) 25cm high (2) £150-£250 307. An Islamic copper lustre decorated dish, 19th Century, busily decorated throughout with stylised floral and foliate motifs, with central stepped pedestal, cracked, 37cm diameter £60-£100 308. An Iznik two handled bottle vase, late 19th Century, the ovoid body decorated with a central cartouche o a man with a swan and similarly to the reverse, within a continuous frieze of exotic animals and birds below a slender neck, in typical cobalt and turquoise glazes, blue painted mark to the base, 34cm high £60-£100

316. A Japanese rootwork carving, Meiji period (1868-1912), depicting intertwined reptiles and human heads, 30cm long £50-£70 317. An Oriental hardwood and wire inset carved figure of a seated immortal on the back of a deer, seated in kimono dress holding a nut in right hand before monkey to rear, pierced bocage back on rocky outcrop base, 59cm high, together with another Far Eastern hardwood carving, depicting a warrior on the back of a wild cat holding sword in right hand, inset with ivory detail, raised on rocky outcrop base, 63cm high (2) £80-£120

324. A Japanese ebonised lacquered footstool, the dished circular top with Greek key ornament before cockerel decoration, pierced shoulders and cabriole carved foliate legs, 45cm high, together with a Japanese cinnabar lacquered tray £40-£60 325. A pair of Far Eastern ebonised hardwood and wire inset immortal figures, standing with staffs in left arms, holding fruit, on rocky pierced outcrop bases, approx 65cm high (2) £100-£150 326. A Chinese carved jade figure of a woman with vase, late 19th Century, 24cm high not including base £80-£100

318. A pair of Far Eastern ebony and wire work inset seated Chinese figures on antelopes, on pierced rockwork bases, 21cm high (2) £40-£60

327. A Japanese carved ivory figure of a fisherman with net, Meiji period (1868-1912) £400-£500

309. A collection of Japanese Meiji period blue and white ceramics, including bowls and dishes, character marks to the base £80-£100

319. A pair of Far Eastern hardwood seated figures, seated before an animal in right arm, raised on pierced carved hardwood bases, 42cm long (2) £150-£200

328. A Chinese bamboo brush pot, 19th Century, the stained bamboo pot deeply carved and pierced with a pattern of Buddha’s Hand Citron plant the reverse with engraved inscription, 18cm high £40-£60

310. A Japanese ivory netsuke, Meiji period (1868-1912) carved as a street pedlar, signed to the reverse, 5.5cm high £100-£200

320. A 19th Century carved ebony buffalo with Chinese figure before pierced hardwood prunus stand, 36cm wide, together with a Far Eastern standing hardwood Buddha figure of good patination with bird in right hand, and mouse to right side, on pierced base, 38cm high (2) £150-£200

311. No lot 312. A Chinese blue and white porcelain ginger jar and cover, Kangxi, the ovoid body decorated with figures in a garden landscape, blue painted leaf to base, the hardwood cover pierced with carp and further motifs, 25.5cm high £150-£200 313. A Chinese two handled baluster vase, the craquelure body with Batavian band of frolicking horses below Kylin moulded handles and blue glazed neck, seal mark to base, 44cm high £70-£100 314. A Chinese carved ivory card case, heavily decorated with village scene buildings and figures £250-£350 315. A Far Eastern cased hardwood figure of Kylin Dog of Foe, mounted on pierced rocky outcrop base, 30cm high £70-£100


321. A large Far Eastern standing immortal figure, dressed in combat, holding fish in right hand before figure below, resting on his right palm, and other figure standing before his right foot on rocky outcrop base, 78cm high £200-£300 322. Japanese School, 19th Century: A woodblock engraving of a geisha girl and two others, before seated ceremony and black table, various script and character marks, within gilt wood frame, on paper, 28 x 39cm £50-£70 323. A collection of four assorted Oriental hardwood figures, including a pair holding an animal on chain, together with an elder and a goddess (4) £50-£70

329. A carved jade pendant, in the form of two reclining squirrels, each biting into the stem of Lingzhi fungus, 5.5cm wide £300-£500 330. A Chinese carved jade belt hook, of traditional form, the russet mottled shank carved with foliate motifs and a dragons head to either end, 8.5cm long £300-£500 331. A Chinese jade belt hook, of slender form, raised peanut motifs picking out inclusions in the stone and carved head, ‘hook’, 9.5cm long £300-£500 332. A Chinese celadon jade carving, of a boy carrying a flowering lotus flower over his shoulder, 5.5cm high £100-£150 333. A Chinese Jade pierced pendant of cusped outline, containing four bats and a central symbol, 5.4cm x 4.6cm suspended from a silk cord necklace and tassel £80-£120 334. A Chinese brass circular box and cover, 19th Century, finely incised with eight tri grams and constructed from a shell case £80-£120

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HANSONS AUC TIONEERS AND VALUERS 335. A Japanese carved ivory okimono, Meiji period (188-1912), carved as a lady in kimono dress, holding frog in right hand, before carved frog detached vase, signed, some losses, 13cm high together with a Japanese carved hardstone seated elder, 18th/19th Century, 7cm high £80-£100 336. A Chinese jade pierced page marker, 18th/19th Century, 11cm long £50-£70 337. A large carved ivory elephant bridge carved with a nine elephant train, 80cm long £300-£500 338. A 19th Century Chinese Canton carved ivory circular box and cover, circa 1840, profusely carved in high relief with a river landscape, figures on a bridge amongst pagodas and trees, bamboo carved rims and foliate detail, the underside also carved, 9.3cm diameter, 3cm high £600-£900 339. A Japanese ivory, ‘Clams Dream’ carving, Meiji Period (1868-1912), the interior depicting a farming scene beside a hut, the flattened base bearing signature, 7.2cm wide £120-£180

343. A Hindu alabaster carved figure of a winged deity, probably late 17th Century, painted in ochre tones and gilding £500-£700 344. A late 19th Century Ashanti carved wood fertility doll, the female figure with round, spade form face and finely carved features, 36cm long £500-£800

Ceramics 345. A Royal Doulton equestrian figure of a huntsman on bay horse, John Peel HN 1408, hand painted with printed and painted marks to the base, ‘potted by Doulton and Co’, 24cm high, 21cm wide £1300-£1500 346. An 18th Century Worcester cabbage leaf moulded jug, of bulbous form with gilded garlands and dry blue painted flowers, mask head spout and scrolling handle, at fault, 19cm high £70-£100 347. A pair of 19th Century Staffordshire dogs each russet patched spaniel modelled holding a basket of flowers in its mouth, one at fault, 20cm high (2) £100-£200

340. A Japanese carved ivory clam shell carving, Meiji Period (1868-1912), the interior depicting fishermen on a boat hauling in their nets with figures on the shore (glued chip to rim), the flattened base bearing signature, 6.8cm wide £90-£140

348. A Sunderland lustre harvest jug dated 1830, with Industry Produceth Wealth motto and a verse, ‘let the wealthy and great...’; together with a hand painted Staffordshire jug with gilt inscription, ‘Mrs Mellor...’ dated 1855, with sprays of flowers and gilded detailing (3) £120-£180

341. A 19th Century Chinese carved ivory card case, Canton, of rectangular form, profusely carved with Oriental conversational groups amongst pagodas and trees, foliate corners, vacant cartouche to one side, 7.3cm x 4.2cm £80-£120

349. An 18th Century porcelain leaf moulded dish, possibly Worcester, of double leaf form, with branch moulded handled and enamelled with floral bouquets, unmarked, 19.5cm long £400-£600

342. A Japanese bronze coro with sconce attachment, 19th Century, Meiji period, seal mark to the base, 29.5cm diameter, 24cm high £120-£180

350. An early 19th Century pink lustre ware, pearl ware Staffordshire part tea service, each with hand coloured transfer of a lady and child in garden setting, comprising a pedestal sugar bowl and cover, a helmet shaped pedestal milk jug, two saucers and a tea cup (at fault) (6) £100-£200

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351. A fine Herand twelve place dinner service, 20th Century, hand painted with floral foliage still life scenes to centres andozier moulded rims, comprising; 2 graduated plates, 2 graduated dishes, 2 tureens, sauce boat, small dish, ladle, a two handled sauce boat, 12 shallow bowls, 12 soup bowls and 12 saucers, 12 side plates, 12 dessert plates and 12 dinner plates, all stamped to undersides, some pieces at fault (82 approx). £600-£1000 352. A Royal Worcester blushed ivory, ‘tusk’ jug, 1888, the body decorated with gilt floral sprays with Gothic style strap handle, puce printed mark, 20cm high £60-£100 353. A Royal Worcester blushed ivory ewer, shape number 1309, circa 1900, the ovoid body decorated with ferns and foliage below a scrolling foliate moulded neck and handle (restored) raised on stepped pedestal base, puce printed mark (smudged), 40cm high £100-£200 354. An English porcelain cream jug, probably Derby, late 18th Century, realistically modelled as a white feathered seated duck, the features picked out in orange and black below a gilt highlighted rim, unmarked, 7cm high (restored) £200-£300 355. An early 19th Century Staffordshire pearl ware jug, commemorating Lord Nelson, the body printed in brown with portrait of Nelson the reverse with HMS Victory, and listing battles and the full title orders and honours of Nelson, 14.5cm high £250-£300 356. A pair of Vienna porcelain gilded and painted plates, ‘Hinor Rache’ the central scene depicting cupids and women, stamped marks, circa 24.5cm diameter £80-£120 357. An 18th Century Dutch delft tobacco jar titled, ‘St Domingo’, the ovoid body painted in blue with the title within a scroll, floral and basket cartouche, marked in blue to the underside, the brass cover with knop finial, 30cm high £300-£500


358. An 18th Century Dutch delft tobacco jar titled, ‘St Vincent’ the ovoid body painted in blue with the title within a swagged cartouche and barrels, two gentlemen smoking pipes beside them, marked in blue to the underside, ‘B:P’, the brass cover with urn finial, 33cm high £300-£500 359. An early 19th Century, ‘Uncle Tom’ Loving cup printed in black with various scenes of Uncle Tom dancing and playing the banjo, 14cm high (at fault) (Negro and slavery interest); along with a Wedgwood cream ware teapot and cover cast with scrolling foliate and floral banding, recumbent spaniel finial, impressed Wedgwood, 8cm high (2) £100-£150 360. An early 18th Century blue and white English Delft bird feeder, probably Lambeth, circa 1720, of cylindrical form with conical top, pierced oval feeding holes throughout with integrated inverted conical dispensing funnel, 13cm high, 11cm diameter £2000-£3000 361. A Staffordshire pearlware figure of a falconer, circa 1790, wearing puce and yellow tunic and raised on square plinth base with bocage detail, detached head, 28cm high £30-£50 362. A French Palissy type moulded pottery dish, 19th Century, modelled with a lobster and shell encrusted, pierced for hanging, 31cm high £30-£50 363. A Sevres porcelain twin handled dish, second quarter 19th Century, gilt scroll pressed handles, painted with oval medallions, of urns and flowers alternating with oval Chinoiserie scenes, iron red, gilt scroll and green strung border, iron red and floral interlaced L mark, 24cm w £100-£150 364. A Worcester porcelain trio, circa 1785, comprising coffee cup, teacup and saucer, painted in Kakiemon style with fanciful birds before cobalt blue and gilt borders, crescent mark to base (3) £50-£70


365. A Worcester 18th Century plate, decorated in polychrome enamels with exotic birds within gilt floral borders and against a blue scale ground, underglaze blue square fret mark to base, (at fault) 23cm diameter along with a Chelsea gold anchor period oval dish, similarly decorated with exotic birds against a cobalt ground, gilt anchor to base (restored) 32cm wide (2) £150-£250 366. A 19th Century Derby porcelain wall mirror, the circular mirror heavily florally encrusted with roses, narcissi and further blossom (at fault), 26cm diameter £150-£250 367. A pair of Royal Worcester pedestal twin handled vases by Harry Davis 1925, each depicting sheep in a rural landscape, the bowls of ovoid form on gilded stems and feet, with gilded angular handles, numbered 2736, Registered No. 673048, signed, dated 1925, (restored), 21cm high, 15cm wide (2) £1000-£1500 368. A large Crown Derby vase and cover 1887, the two handled vase raised on hexagonal plinth base below acanthus moulded handles and coronet decorated cover, profusely decorated in gilt against a cream ground, initialled, ‘J.B’ to base, red printed mark and date code, 40cm high (at fault) £300-£500 369. A collection of 19th Century and later Meissen porcelain including teapot and cover, milk jug, plate etc., the majority decorated with floral sprigs (4) £50-£80 370. An early 19th Century Spode cup and saucer, majolica type glaze to the underside, the top with gilding over cobalt blue ground, the handle modelled as a moth, together with a Staffordshire sugar caster modelled as Toby and a Delft blue and white spill vase £50-£80 371. A Sunderland lustre motto jug depicting a sailing ship and verse, ‘’Farewell sweet maid...” circa 1840, together with a creamware plate decorated in pink and copper lustre in the Sunderland style circa 1830s £60-£90

372. A large early 19th Century Staffordshire blue and white twin handled foot bath, decorated with transfer printed images of Llanthony Abbey, Monmouthshire, retailed by Moore’s China Warehouse, Cowes, Isle of Wight, at fault, 52cm long, 36cm high £300-£500 373. A Royal Worcester blush ivory jardiniere stand and jardiniere, monogrammed ER for Edward Raby, shape number 1925, circa 1897, finely enamelled with sprays of thistles and further flowers between acanthus moulded rims, the stand with conforming decoration, stand 99cm high, jardiniere 24.5cm high (stand restored) Note: bought in 1897 for 14 Gns. £3000-£5000 374. A pair of 19th Century Berlin porcelain vases, each of bucket form and decorated in 18th Century style, with exotic birds on branches, and floral bouquets, below a pink border with trailing ivy moulding, 18.5cm high (2) £200-£400 375. A Royal Worcester, James Hadley blush ivory figure of a girl, circa 1898, modelled standing holding a basket, picked out in gilt shot enamels, green printed marks, impressed marks, incised, ‘893’, 22cm high £150-£250 376. A pair of Longwy pottery plates, each depicting cartoon type seaside scenes, circa 1900, each withozier moulded and pierced turquoise borders, 19cm diameter (2) £80-£120 377. A Wedgwood style black basalt teapot circa 1790-1800, the diminutive teapot of straight sided cylindrical form with striped decoration and radiating fan decoration to the cover, 6.5cm high Requested for Exhibit at The Empire Tea Market Expansion Bureau’s Empire Tea Pavillion Exhibition of the World’s Smallest Teapot’s in 1938. £80-£120

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Glass 378. Three matching mid 18th Century wine glasses, with trumpet shaped bowls raised on tight air twist stems and conical feet, the base of each bowl knopped, all with rough pontil marks to undersides, two bases with rim frits, each approximately 17cm high (3) £300-£400 379. A collection of 18th Century and later drinking glasses, including five various ale flutes with engraved hops and vines, some with folded feet, three rummers and a plain conical wine glass (9) £100-£150 380. A late 18th Century green glass rum bottle, with enamelled decoration in the Adam style, at fault £60-£80 381. A pair of late 19th Century Bohemian white over ruby cased glass portrait vases, of baluster form with flared, denticulated tops with gilt edges, each with four white cased oval panels hand painted with floral sprays, the bodies with two cased plaques, the fronts hand painted with a young girl, the backs painted with large still life floral sprays, each raised on a white over ruby cased foot, both vases decorated throughout with intertwined gilt foliage and continuing to base, one slightly AF to base, wear to upper sections of vases, each measuring 34cm high (2) £150-£200 382. A pair of Bohemian glass white overlay trumpet vases, each enamelled with pink and cobalt floral sprays and scrolls, gilt highlighted, with faceted decoration and ogee rim, 36cm high (2) £200-£400 383. A collection of four Victorian green glass paperweight dumps, including a triple floral design; together with three others, the largest 15cm high (4) £100-£150 384. A collection of four Victorian green glass ovoid paperweight dumps, including a three tiered frosted floral example; and two others; and another of similar design, the largest 15cm high (4) £150-£200

385. A collection of three late Victorian green glass paperweight dumps, including one of floral outline, the largest 13cm high (3) £70-£100 386. A collection of three Victorian green glass paperweight dumps of floral outline, two on short pedestals, the largest 13cm high (3) £100-£150

395. A Victorian pink and cranberry Vaseline epergne centrepiece, the central tapered and trailed spill vase before flared domed base, 51cm high; together with a pair of Victorian twin handled yellow and cotton trailed twin handled cups on stands (5) £40-£60

387. Two late Victorian green glass paperweight dumps, circa 1880, with frosted floral designs, the largest 10cm high (2) £50-£80

396. A pair of late Victorian uranium and woven moulded tapered glass vases, trailed with frit ornament, before flared rims, circa 1880, 35cm high; together with another flared glass vase; and a copper effect glass ewer; and two copper frit glass dishes (6) £40-£60

388. Canine interest; A collection of three late Victorian convex paperweights, painted with a setter and gun dog, and another with duck in mouth, circa 1900, 9.5cm diameter (3) £150-£200

397. A Webb Burmese yellow and pink glass basket with landscape design, 18cm high; together with a similar twin handled single handled vase on four moulded feet (2) £100-£150

389. A pair of late Victorian uranium tinted glasses, with frill inverted rims, circa 1880, of tapered outline, 28cm high; together with a late Victorian cranberry opalescent glass Jack in the Pulpit vase, on clear glass folded foot; and an opaque and yellow overlay Victorian glass frill vase, 30cm high (4) £70-£100

398. A late Victorian pink glass ovoid lattice work vase; together with a yellow ovoid jug; and a pair of opaque frill globular vases; and a blue glass vase (5) £50-£70

390. A late Victorian uranium and opalescent white vase; together with another late Victorian frill opalescent white glass vase; and three other glass items (5) £40-£60 391. A collection of three late Victorian green glass dump paperweights, of floral frosted design, the largest 14cm high (3) £70-£100 392. A collection of four late Victorian green glass paperweights, of floral frosted design, the largest 17cm high (4) £150-£200 393. An interesting collection of four late Victorian green glass dump paperweights, one inscribed to centre of design, ‘A Happy New Year’; another with a vase of flowers; and two others of frosted floral design, one modelled with a lion, the largest 14cm high (4) £200-£300 394. A collection of four assorted green glass dump paperweights, the largest 15cm high (5) £50-£80

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399. A late Victorian spiral twist green tinted walking cane; together with another; and a filled walking cane (3) £50-£70 400. A pair of Art Nouveau glass and white metal claret jugs, of wrythen ovoid form with etched floral motifs to the body, the white metal feet of cast naturalistic form, 29cm high £300-£400 401. Jules Barbe for Thomas Webb and Sons, an optic ribbed glass bowl of spherical form with crimped rim, heavily gilded in the Rococo style, circa 1900 £100-£150 402. A late 19th Century etched glass trumpet vase on gilded bronze stand, in the form of vine leaves, French circa 1900 £80-£120 403. Etling a Draped Nude Art Deco blue opal frosted glass car mascot designed by Lucille Sevin, in the form of a caped woman, one arm back, circa 1930, marked Etling, France, 50, circa 20.5cm high Note: created by Lucille Sevin in 1932, an example is photographed in, ‘Opalescence,’ by Pierre Decelle p.55 £1500-£2000


404. Rene Lalique, an Art Deco blue opaline glass Rampillon vase, number 991, designed 1927, wheel engraved signature to base R Lalique France, numbered, 13cm high £1100-£1500 405. An 18th Century wine glass, the multi spiral opaque twist stem supporting a bell shaped bowl and raised on a conical foot, 14cm high £120-£180 406. An 18th Century wine glass, the stem with central opaque twist and further 10 strand twist surround, supporting an ogee shaped bowl, and raised on a flat conical foot, 13cm high £80-£120 407. A pair of Art Deco Bohemian cut glass decanters, amber cased colourless glass with engraved floral and geometric decoration, angular form, with Swedish silver collars, 13.5cm high (2) £400-£600 408. Rene Lalique, an Art Deco Felix pattern glass charger, number 3023, designed circa 1926, colourless glass with moulded fern design, wheel engraved signature to base, 44cm diameter £400-£600

Decorative Arts 409. An Art Deco Royal Dux figure of a Bather, in the form of a nude woman sitting on a dressing stool, cream glaze with matt over painting to stool, hat and features, possibly by Schaff, 47cm high £800-£1200 410. A set of six Wedgwood, Eduardo Paolozzi, ‘Variations on a geometric theme’ plates, each brightly decorated and gilt highlighted with original dust covers, perspex case and limited edition certificate number 195 of 200, plates 27cm diameter £100-£150 411. Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995), a studio pottery stoneware vase circa 1970, of ovoid form with flared rim, matt glazed throughout in mottled turquoise and blue, impressed mark to base, 14.5cm high £2000-£3000

412. Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995), a small studio pottery stoneware vase circa 1960, of ovoid form with straight neck, dark brown glaze throughout, impressed mark to the body/foot rim, 10cm high £200-£300 413. A Ruskin pottery pedestal footed bowl of flared form, blue lustre glaze, stamped marks to the foot, “Ruskin England” circa 1928, 6cm high 11cm diameter £60-£100 414. A Ruskin pottery mottled orange lustre glazed flared pedestal footed bowl, dated 1928, stamped marks to the base, ‘Ruskin England’, 7cm high 21cm diameter £70-£100 415. G. Methirn, an Art Nouveau inlaid and marquetry tray, butterflies in a forest at sunset with repouse brass handles £250-£350 416. Josef Lorenzl, an Art Deco Austrian bronze figure of a nude female dancer, arms outstretched, gold patina, on cylindrical onyx and marble base, circa 1925, signed to the bronze, approx. 33cm high including base £1200-£1800 417. Josef Lorenzl, an Art Deco Austrian bronze figure of a nude female dancer, arms outstretched and one leg bent back, on cylindrical onyx plinth, circa 1925, signed to the bronze, 28cm high including base £1100-£1500 418. A. Lonzo - an Art Deco Ivory and gilt bronze figure of a nude woman with a shawl, circa 1925, raised on soapstone plinth base, signed to the ivory, 16cm high excluding base £600-£800 419. D’Aste (attributed), a late 19th Century bronze figure of a putto holding a wheat sheaf, gilded patina on Sienna marble base, 19cm high £300-£500 420. Demetre Chiparus, a large Art Deco figural group in enamelled Spelter and Ivorine of a woman tending to goats, on agate and onyx base, signed £1600-£1800 421. Roggia, an Art Deco Spelter and Ivorine figure, a woman in kneeling pose, arms raised, on onyx and marble base, unsigned £200-£400


422. Menneville, an Art Deco Spelter and Ivorine figure group, woman with Greyhound on black marble base, signed £200-£400 423. A Liberty Tudric pewter capstan inkwell, impressed no. 0164, designed by Archibald Knox, 13.5cm diameter, 10cm high £80-£120 424. A set of six Arts and Crafts, Morris and Co., ‘Hampton Court’ mahogany and rush seated dining chairs, attributed to Richard Norman Shaw, circa 1905 (6) Note: designed in the offices of Richard Norman Shaw, possibly by his assistant, W R Lethaby, this design appeared in the William Morris and Co. catalogues as part of their rush seated range £300-£500 425. A Mintons pate sur pate double gourd jug, Aesthetic Movement, the turquoise ground decorated with a bird amongst brambles in white, within gilt lined rims and knopped scroll handle, puce printed mark, (at fault) 22.5cm high £100-£200 426. A Mintons pate sur pate jug, Aesthetic Movement, the turquoise ground decorated with water lillies and other aquatic plants within tooled gilt borders, swan neck handle, puce printed mark, 23.5cm high £150-£200 427. Joseph Descomps (1869-1950) an Art Deco terracotta maquette of reclining female figure with putto, signed, 54cm wide, 26cm high £200-£300 428. An Art Deco German patinated metal figure of an archer stringing his bow on a black marble plinth, retailer label to base Max Kuse, Flangen, circa 1925, 34cm high £300-£400 429. Bruns (attributed) an Art Deco bronze figure of a reclining lady holding a bird, enamelled and gilded on white marble and agate base, circa 1925, 25cm high, 50cm wide £250-£350 430. An Art Deco spelter figure of a woman, seated and arms raised flanked by swans on a stepped marble, onyx and agate base, circa 1935, 58cm wide, 30cm high £150-£250

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HANSONS AUC TIONEERS AND VALUERS 431. Uriano, an Art Deco figure group of a reclining woman and a dog on a marble base, silvered spelter with painted patina, circa 1930, unsigned, 27cm high, 53cm wide £300-£400 432. Limousin, an Art Deco figure of a woman feeding grapes to a putto, bronzed and silvered patina, on multi coloured marble stepped base, signed in the casting, 20cm high, 46cm wide £150-£250 433. A French Art Deco spelter figure of a dancing woman, silvered, semi nude, on onyx and marble plinth, circa 1925, 27cm high £350-£450 434. Uriano, a large Art Deco cast figure of a woman, seated on a wave, arms outstretched, silvered and bronzed spelter, lacking base, unsigned, 44cm wide, 32cm high £250-£350 435. G. Hervor, an Art Deco bronzed figure, ‘The Age of Bronze’ a man hammering a piece of metal on black marble base, circa 1930, 49cm wide, 39cm high £150-£250 436. Marcel Bouraine (French 18861948) an Art Deco bronze figural lamp, two women dancing, arms poised holding tambourines, around a glass light shade in the form of a flame gilded and patinated, signed in the cast, ‘Matto’ circa 1925 on a stepped semi circular marble base, 48cm high, 53cm wide £1500-£2000 437. After Emmanuel Villanis (1858-1914) an Art Nouveau bronze bust titled, ‘Diane’, signed, 13cm high £120-£180 438. A French Art Nouveau ceramic statue of Andromeda, chained in a cave with serpent below, painted, 75cm high, 64cm wide £100-£150

Works of Art 439. An H. Fearncombe of Wolverhampton large tole ware ewer bearing registration lozenge for 22nd January 1844, the large ewer enamelled with japanned views of Oriental figures below dragon painted borders, the spout with gilt lions mask, the swing handle cast with scrolling acanthus and floral detail, gilt scale detail to the handle, inset, ‘H. Fearncombe, Wolverhampton’ and registration lozenge to the base, 53cm high Henry Fearncombe was born in Taunton, Somerset, in 1791. The earliest reference to him in Wolverhampton is in a trade directory of 1828/29, which shows him as a Japanner and Tin Plate Worker of 105 Walsall Street. The entry suggests that he was not an employee but working on his own account. An 1833 trade directory has Fearncombe at Dudley Road and this was to be the address of his firm until its final demise. The company’s main business, from the start, seems to have been Japanning and tin plate work and it seems that, somewhat unusually for Wolverhampton japanners, though not for Bilston japanner, they japanned exclusively on tin plate and not on papier mache. The 1850 trade directory refers to him as a producing japanned and fancy goods; and the directory for 1861 refers to Fearncombe as a, ‘’manufacturer of japanned iron, strong black tin wares and baths of every description”. But thereafter the trade directories are more concise, limiting their description to, ‘’japanner”. Fearncombe exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851, which shows that the firm was well established and confident. The, ‘’coal vases” they exhibited were well received by the critics at the time. After Henry’s death in 1856, “the works passed through various hands, and are now carried on by a company under the name of Henry Fearncombe and Co. Limited”. In 1902 the business was sold to Orme Evans. £2000-£3000 440. A Roman lidded twin handled circular pottery jar and case, ribbed circular cover, 17cm diameter £50-£70

441. An early 19th Century straw work wooden work box, the top depicting a continental harbour scene opening to reveal a polychrome interior with two side compartments decorated with flowers and a town scape to the inside lid, a single drawer below, circa 1810, 28.5cm wide, 10cm high, 20cm deep £80-£120 442. A box containing various miniature works of art to include: cold painted bronze style figures to include: a cat, a poodle holding a cat, a miniature egg containing an enamelled chick charm, another containing a dog charm, a button hook, a turtle charm opening to reveal dice, a scarf clip etc £100-£150 443. An early 20th Century violin, bearing lable to interior, ‘Antonious Stradivarius Cremonensis Anno 1791’ with bow and in fitted case £80-£120 444. A George III tortoiseshell tea caddy with silver and ivory stringing, the partially domed lid opening to reveal a two section interior with lidded compartments, tin lined, 13cm wide, 10cm high, 8.5cm deep £300-£500 445. Three Schuco tin plate clockwork toys, and a further similar toy of a dog shaking a shoe (4) £120-£180 446. An early Victorian mahogany sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, circa 1840, the hinged fold over lid before two lidded divisions, tin lined, ivory escutcheon, raised on bun feet, 21cm wide £50-£80 447. A 19th Century walnut and rosewood effect music box with six airs, numbered 5171, 36cm wide, 13cm high, 18cm deep £200-£300 448. A 19th Century rosewood veneered and rosewood effect music box, the movement numbered 8842, 33cm wide, 12cm high, 15cm deep £200-£300 449. A 19th Century Swiss rosewood veneered and inlaid music box, with 8 airs, numbered 9301, 42cm wide, 13cm high, 19cm deep £200-£300

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450. Two 20th Century Venetian carved wood Blackamoor candelabra, painted and heavily gilded, each holding a cornucopia of nine and six branch candelabra, standing on pedestal bases, fitted for electricity, circa 200cm high (2) £2500-£4000

460. A miniature watercolour of a Georgian gentleman, signed, ‘G.S. 1753’ (Gervaise Spencer) half length, wearing black frock coat and white cravatt, the reverse glazed to show a stamped foil, white metal frame with chained border £500-£800

468. A portrait miniature, English School circa 1790, Portrait of a child wearing white smock with blue sash with dog beside, half length, watercolour on ivory, 3.5cm x 2.5cm, within a garnet set surround and suspended from a further garnet set entwined knot fob £300-£500

451. Three 20th Century carved wood Blackamoor figures, Italian, two candelabra, six and eight branches, together with a serving man table, each figure gilded and painted on marble effect plinths, tallest circa 236cm high (3) £2500-£4000

461. A miniature watercolour, circa 1820 of a gentlemen by Sir William Charles Rossa RA (1794-1860) in a gilt metal frame with blue enamel decoration (some restoration) reverse glazed to show lock of auburn hair £500-£800

469. A portrait miniature, English School circa 1780, portrait of a young lady wearing a diaphanous blue dress, long bust length, watercolour in ivory, signed with initials, ‘EB’, oval, 3.8cm x 3.2cm within yellow metal frame £100-£150

452. A bronze figure of a Stallion bearing signature of Isidore Jules Bonheur, the beast modelled standing and raised on stepped plinth base, 16cm high £500-£800 453. A late 19th Century bronze figure of a woman with ewer and bowl, an eagle by her feet, 47cm high approx £200-£300 454. A 20th Century bronze figure of a female dancer with hoop and drape on marble plinth, 59cm high approx £100-£200 455. A bronze figure of a leaping horse, signed, ‘Milo’, 20th Century on black marble base, 34cm high, 35cm wide £150-£250 456. A late 20th Century bronze figure of a nude woman kneeling, on a black marble base, 32cm high approx £100-£150 457. F Moine (French), a 19th Century portrait miniature on ivory of Gabrieller de Estrees, signed middle left, within a Rococo gilt metal frame, 65mm by 52mm Note: Gabrielle de Estrees was the mistress of Henry IV of France in the 16th Century £80-£120 458. A pair of 19th Century bronze figures, depicting Mercury and Fortuna, each raised on a circular marble base with an applied bronze Classical scene in low relief, each approximately 48cm high (2). £500-£700 459. A framed portrait miniature of a military gentleman, wearing a blue coat with red collar his hair curled and powdered, signed A. Graff, within Ivory frame, miniature 4.5cm x 3.5cm, frame 10cm x 9cm £100-£150


462. A collection of 17th Century and later pewter table items including chargers, spoons, salts etc, variously marked with London stamps, shell marks, initials etc., one dated 1730, together with two oriental pewter incense holders £120-£180

470. A French style gilt metal mounted two handled urn, the elaborate gilt metal with floral and acanthus scrolls with two conforming handles raised on marble plinth base, 45cm high £80-£100

463. An early 19th Century Rosewood and walnut games box, the hinged lid box with a draughts board to the exterior opening to reveal a stained ivory backgammon board and with thirty accompanying games counters, 59cm wide x 37cm deep £200-£300

471. An electric powered scratch-built child’s kit car, battery operated, built by an ex-Rolls Royce engineer, modelled as a two seater 1930s drop head sports car with strap bonnet and mesh grill and wire wheels, bright blue, 150cm long approx £700-£1000

464. Karin Jonzen RBA (1914-1998), seated nude holding a bird in her left hand, limited edition bronze, 95/100, signed with initials, with certificate. £200-£300

A Collection of Horn Beakers and Page Turners

465. An 18th Century style enamelled box with hinged cover, finely enamelled with a pastoral scene to the cover, the sides with floral sprays within gilt rococo scroll borders and against a yellow ground (restored) 11.5cm wide, 8cm high, 9cm deep £80-£120

472. A 19th Century horn beaker engraved with a portrait of Florence Nightingale, ‘The Angel of Scutari’ the reverse depicting military coat of arms, ‘Crimea, 95th, Cpl R Hill.’, of conical form, 10cm high £100-£150

466. A Regency rosewood and satinwood banded sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, with gilt metal lions mask handles and raised on four ball feet, the interior with two removable caddy’s and central vacant mixing bowl aperture, 31.5cm wide, 20cm high £150-£250 467. An early Victorian birds eye maple and walnut cross banded sewing box, the hinged cover revealing a fitted interior with lift-out tray, 28cm wide, 15cm high £60-£100

473. A 19th Century horn beaker engraved with a Scottish Laird and coat or arms to the reverse, inscribed to the rim, ‘Scotland For Ever. H. McFee’, the lower edge with thistle motif border, 10.5cm, high £100-£150 474. A 19th Century horn beaker commemorating King George III, a central portrait of the King with G R, the reverse inscribed, ‘Proclaimed. 26th Oor 1760 [sic], Crowned 22nd Spt 1761’ scrollwork borders to rim and base, 10.5cm high £150-£200

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HANSONS AUC TIONEERS AND VALUERS 475. A William IV commemorative horn beaker, depicting a portrait of the King, inscribed, ‘Born Aug. 12. 1765, Proclaimed June 26. 1830, Crowned Sept. 8. 1830’ between scrolling acanthus borders, 10.5cm high £100-£150

483. A Nelson commemorative horn beaker depicting a portrait of Nelson engraved, ‘October 21st 1805’, the reverse engraved with a mourner before a shrouded tomb, within rope borders, 6.5cm high £150-£250

491. An American Civil War era bone page turner, dated 1864, engraved with Liberty holding a sword and Union flag shield below, ‘Union’, a cornucopia spilling fruit below, the reverse inscribed, ‘God give us Peace’, ‘OL’, 15.5cm long £70-£100

476. A George III Waterloo commemorative horn beaker depicting a portrait of the King, below, ‘God Bless Him’, the reverse depicting Britannia, engraved, ‘Waterloo June 18 1815’, 6.5cm high £80-£120

484. A George IV horn beaker titled, ‘A Health to the Bold British Tar’ engraved with a dolphin entwined anchor and GR IV, the reverse depicting a man beside a barrel of rum, 10.5cm high £150-£200

492. American marine interest, a 19th Century ivory page turner, engraved with a whaling scene, sailing ship and United States crest, flanked by hearts coloured red, the reverse inscribed, ‘L.B.1867’, 20cm long £70-£100

485. A Victoria commemorative horn beaker engraved with a profile portrait of the Queen entitled, ‘Vivat. Victoria’, the reverse engraved, ‘Born 24th May 1819, Proclaimed 21st June 1837, Crowned 28th June 1838’, 13cm high £100-£150

493. An American Civil War era bone page turner dated 1861, engraved with a Negro banjo player above an native African with shield and spear above a Union shield, initialled IB to the top above a rose and heart, 23cm long £100-£150

486. A Victoria coronation horn beaker, engraved with a portrait bust of the young Queen, titled, ‘VR’ surmounted by a coronet and engraved, ‘Coronation 28th June 1838’, 11cm high £100-£150

494. United States historical and legal interest, an ivory page turner engraved, ‘Alire 1867’ to the page clip, the blade with floral motifs and cherub below, ‘true love’, 28cm long

477. A Waterloo commemorative horn beaker engraved with portraits of Napoleon and Wellington within oval cartouches and titled, ‘Waterloo July 18 1815’, 13cm high £70-£100 478. A Jacobite horn beaker depicting a portrait of James Stuart, The Old Pretender, Prince of Wales, within thistles, a daffodil and a tulip, surmounted by Prince of Wales feathers, titled, ‘Redeat’, the reverse engraved J R bearing date 1748, 9.5cm high £300-£500 479. A Crimean commemorative horn beaker engraved with a portrait of Florence Nightingale flanked by wounded servicemen, beneath title, ‘the Crimean Angel, 1854’ the reverse titled, ‘The Alma, John Cocknell, Scutari Hosp.’, 7.5cm high £150-£200 480. A 19th Century carved horn beaker engraved with a continuous hunting scene, titled, ‘A. Parkin Esquire’ within scrolling acanthus borders, 14cm high £50-£70 481. A 19th Century horn beaker engraved with a continuous hunting scene with figures on horseback and running hounds, titled, ‘The Belvoir Hunt (1874)’ within scrolling acanthus borders, 11.5cm high £50-£70 482. A Jacobite horn beaker engraved with a portrait of James Francis Stuart beneath, ‘Audentior Ibo.’ and within thistle borders, the reverse with a rose and, ‘Fiat 1746’, 9cm high £150-£250

487. A maritime interest horn beaker engraved with a warship in full sale with ensign, the reverse engraved with an anchor surmounted by a coronet and VR 1838, within rope twist borders, 6cm high £70-£100

Note: the civil claims court case of United States v. Alire (1867) was an appeal by the US government against a claim form land bounty made by Julian Alire under 1855 Acts of Congress. This bookmark is clearly an appeal on behalf of Alire for justice. £70-£100

488. A George III ivory page turner dated 1815, engraved with a portrait of an rifleman and titled, ‘Peninsular’, ‘Waterloo’, the reverse engraved, ‘Celer et Audax’ for the 95th Rifles, The King’s Royal Rifle Corps, 21cm long £100-£150

495. American maritime interest, a 19th Century bone page turner dated 1881, engraved with a whale, dolphin entwined anchor and sailing ship above a star and initials JR, the hilt with portrait of a girl, ‘Emily’, 20.5cm long £70-£100

489. A 19th Century bone page turner dated 1815, the blade engraved with a portrait of Wellington above, ‘Waterloo’ and a rifleman, ‘95’ within a coloured garland, the reverse, ‘Success to British Arms’, for the King’s Own Rifle Corps, the handle of double ended shell design, 24cm long £100-£150

496. A 19th Century American ivory page turner of historical and maritime interest, engraved with a central figure of a Negro woman playing a tambourine, above a sailing ship, the hilt with a portrait of a girl, inscribed, ‘Marion 1883’, circa 23cm long £80-£120

490. American maritime interest, a 19th Century bone page turner engraved with a sailing ship in full mast with whale fin and dated, ‘1861’ above, ‘Abigail’ inscribed to the handle, ‘Free Trade and Sailors Rights’ with the American Eagle and coat of arms, the reverse engraved, ‘Forget me not’, 23cm long £100-£150

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Metal Wares 497. A novel late Victorian cast iron and painted bull dog bank, seated and raised on rectangular plinth base, inscribed in iron red enamel, ‘Bull Dog Bank’, numbered to base patent 1180, 20cm h, together with Dinah Jolly Negro Money Bank, in splashed yellow enamel attire (2) £50-£70 35

498. Sporting interest; A late 19th/ early 20th Century football cast iron and painted money bank, the enamelled cast iron standing figure with, ‘right foot kick’ before red and white trellis canopy goal insert, inscribed in gilt, ‘Football Bank’, raised on mahogany rectangular plinth and four brass bun feet, 28cm long £50-£100 499. A late Victorian speaking dog cast iron money box, with seated Labrador and young lady holding racquet in right hand before window seat, enamelled in red before cast inscribed speaking dog, on cast bracket feet, 19cm high £50-£80 500. A late Victorian style painted cast iron boy Scout money box, 15cm high; together with another late Victorian style money box cast as a bear hunter, before tree, painted brown and green, 22cm high (2) £40-£60 501. A late Victorian style dentist’s chair money bank, painted; together with another late Victorian style money bank, titled Trick Pony (2) £40-£60 502. A late Victorian cast bronzed jewellery casket, with hinged lid, cast in Carolean style, of rectangular outline, the interior inscribed, ‘Presented to the Seasons club by W H Weldon, Spring 1891’ before apostle cast relief front before four arches, 17cm high £70-£100 503. A pair of cast bronze early 20th Century mythical figural floor standing lamps with opaline shades, modelled as a man and woman standing on dolphins and with shell moulded base, 163cm high £2000-£3000

Militaria 504. An Oriental ceremonial dagger with hand carved ivory hilt 19th Century, comprising an elfin/devil type figurine and a deep silver bolster, 6” blade, double edged towards the tip, with a broad central fuller, within a wooden scabbard with plated mounts. £600-£800


505. A Persian dagger with a full tang blade and embossed steel hilt, possibly at one time plated, 7.5” single edged blade with Persian stamping, within wooden, velvet covered scabbard (scabbard at fault) (af) £80-£120 506. An Indian dagger with jade hilt, 6” single edged blade with fuller, 19th Century, within wooden, velvet covered scabbard (scabbard at fault) (af) £50-£80 507. An American Navy type survival knife by PAL, 6” blade, with leather washer hilt, maker stamped on ricasso, sturdy leather scabbard £40-£60 508. An 1845 pattern Victorian infantry officer’s dress sword, with brass elaborate scabbard and steel blade with etched decoration, shagreen hilt, 98cm long £100-£200 509. A double barrel flintlock pistol carbine by H Nock of London, 9”, 28 bore, barrels named, ‘London’ on nib, proofs may be under barrel, walnut half stock with steel mounts and pineapple finials, chequering to the butt, detachable skeleton stock in walnut, Left hand lock mainspring broken, in re-furbished double layer case, with accessories, some modern, but period three way leather covered flask £1500-£2000 510. Tap action four barrel flintlock pistol, by J Dust, 80 bore London proofs on brass frame breeches, brass frame marked, ‘London’ and, ‘J Dust’ and engraved with stands of arms, 2.5” barrels with removal stars at the muzzle, cased in a refurbished walnut two layer case with accessories, some modern £800-£1200 511. A pair of flint lock box lock pocket pistols, by Collis, Oxford, 2” round turn-off barrels, 56 bore, flat walnut butts, cased in a refurbished mahogany case with accessories, some modern £800-£1200 512. A cased pair of flintlock dueling pistols by Jover of London, 9” octagonal barrels of smooth bore, and 22 gauges, London [proofs, walnut full stocks with good chequering and steel mounts, pineapple finials, in re furbished oak case with accessories, some modern £1200-£1500

513. A pair of flintlock, box lock belt pistols by Gill of London, brass barrels and frame, frame London marked and barrels London proofed, 5” turn off barrels, flat walnut butts, within an oak case with accessories, some modern £600-£800 514. A cased pair of officers flintlock pistols by G Jones of London, Napoleonic era, London proofed and marked on barrel, 28 bore, two stage barrel, length 9.5” in refurbished case with high fences and a number of accessories, some modern £800-£1200 515. A percussion hunting rifle by J D Dougall of Glasgow, half stocked in figured walnut with good chequering, 25 bore rifle barrel with Damascus twist, 31” long, two stand-up leaf rear sight, good bore, Birmingham proofs £1000-£2000 516. The Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Sword, made by Wilkinson No 33 of 100 the silver and gold hilt diamond inset with certificate of authenticity, in a mahogany velvet lined display case, £2000-£3000 517. A J. Nowotny 16 bore de-activated double barrel shot gun no. 2284, chequered walnut stock, acid etched barrels, barrel length 31” with de-activation certificate £150-£200 518. A George II flint lock pistol by Farmer and dated 1744 to the lock plate, bearing Royal cipher and coronet, with brass knop and trigger guard, ram rob, 50cm long overall £200-£300 519. A George III flint lock pistol signed Tower to the lock plate, with brass knop engraved, ‘QD’ and trigger guard and steel belt hook, 50cm long overall £200-£300

Textiles 520. A pair Queen Victoria’s stockings, bearing Royal Cypher £200-£300

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HANSONS AUC TIONEERS AND VALUERS 521. A jacket worn and signed by Sir Cliff Richard, designed by Joe Bananas with accompanying photograph of Cliff and Joe Bananas, along with an album of photographs, newspaper cuttings and Cliff Richards signatures, vinyl L.P record Live Talk of the Town, signed by Cliff Richard, a book signed by Cliff Richard and three vinyl singles £300-£500 522. An English 17th Century needlework picture, worked in silks and depicting a courting couple (thought to be Charles II) within a garden landscape, beside a pond and surrounded by animals and birds, including a leopard, a stag, dogs and insects, a castle beyond, 32.5cm x 39cm Provenance: through the generations by direct descent of the Dent Clock family. The aunt who owned it lived in London and has been with that part of the family for over a hundred years £1500-£2500 523. A Gucci handbag, bamboo handle. £100-£150 524. A satin shift dress by Jan Vanvelden with panniers at the sides with attractive ribboned crepe jacket embellished with iridescent sequins trimming the yoked neckline and jacket (in a Harvey Nicholls dress cover) from the 1980s £100-£150 525. A richly decorated cobalt blue crepe dress by, ‘Michel Tellin’ embellished in diamante scroll flowers and leaves, sculptured design - scalloped strips running from under bust line round to back of dress and continuing down to hemline, all trimmed in silver thread, manufactured in the 1980s £100-£150 526. A 1980s peach evening dress, designed by Bellville Sassoon, made up of a floral self patterned fine crepe and chiffon, designed with off the shoulder layered flared sleeves and an, ‘A’ line skirt, side zipped and frill on low waist £100-£150 527. A 1980s pale peach chiffon evening gown decorated in diamante scroll pattern running through the dress, ‘A’ line design with large flounced skirt, satin ribbons decorate the waistline, shoulders and back (no label) by Bellville Sassoon £100-£150

528. A cobalt blue satin self pleated column dress of Grecian design, designed by Yuki (the renowned Japanese designer) draped sleeves with large Kimono style wide waistband, similar to one designed for Princess Diana - of whom the owner met on many social occasions in the 1980s £200-£250

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529. A lime green 1980s Bellville Sassoon lace evening gown, chiffon capped sleeves, the skirt has chiffon goddelts running round the hemline, the whole of the dress is decorated with iridescent sequins £100-£150

538. Worksop, ‘The Dukery and Sherwood Forest’ Robert White 1875 1st edition, fine leather binding, presentation copy, signed by author in 1901, with rare fold out family tree to rear £120-£150

530. Bellville Sassoon/Lorcan Malloney red chiffon cocktail dress, swathed bodice in a cris cross design running down to an, ‘A’ line skirt with matching chiffon stole, designed in the 1980s £100-£150 531. A 1980s designed strapless dress in lemon spotted satin fabric, designed by, ‘Bellville Sassoon’ swathed pleated bodice, peplum detail on waistline, comes with a matching stole £100-£150 532. Turquoise silk evening dress of strapless design, the bodice is decorated in a lace edging, designed by Bellville Sassoon, the draped skirt is floor length, the matching lace jacket is embellished with iridescent sequins to create a chic outfit £100-£150 533. Murray Arbeid peach taffeta strapless 1980s evening gown - with heavily swathed bodice, with a, ‘A’ line designed skirt, with a large pannier to the left of the lower skirt £100-£150 534. A 1980/90s cream crepe column dress, designed by Bellville Sassoon, embellished in fine bead work, the dress is fully lined £100-£150 535. A pale pink satin evening frock heavily swathed in pleating, running down to a low waist and onto a black tulle sequinned fish tail; the dress is decorated with a large satin bow, a 1980s designer dress by Bellville Sassoon and Loran Malloney and comes with a large satin stole £100-£125

537. The Victoria History of the Counties of England, Warwickshire, Volumes I and II, printed by Archibald Constable and Co Ltd, 1904 and 1908 (2) £30-£50

539. A letter by George III (1738-1820), to the House of Lords, half page 8vo, Windsor 29th June 1783; informing them that he has signed measures for extraordinary grants in favour of Lord Rodney and Sir George Elliott, which he has handed over to Lord Portland and that, although he knows that such grants originate in the House of Commons, he thinks it right to communicate to the House of Lords any such messages, signed AL Provenance: purchased from John Wilson (Autographs) Ltd, Oxford £150-£200 540. A letter by George IV (1762-1830) signed, ‘George R’ at the top, to David Cathcart, a Lord of Justiciary, 2 pages with embossed revenue stamp given at Carlton House, 30th March 1826, countersigned by Sir Robert Peel, appointing Cathcart and Ordinary Lord of Justiciary in Scotland to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of George Fergusson Provenance: purchased from John Wilson (Autographs) Ltd, Oxford £120-£180 541. A letter by William IV (1765-1837) signed, ‘William R’, to his cousin Princess Sophia grand-daughter of George III, one page 4to on black edged stationery, Bushey House, 1st July 1830, an affectionate letter written only 4 day after his accession to the throne, thanking his cousin for her letter from Hastings, and assuring her of his continuing affection Provenance: purchased from John Wilson (Autographs) Ltd, Oxford in 1991 for £250 £150-£200

536. A Japanese 1980s wedding Kimono with stork design, embroidered in silk £200-£300

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542. A letter by Queen Victoria (1819-1901) signed, ‘Every your devoted granny VRI’, to Prince Alexander of Battenburg, 4 pages, 8vo, on black edged stationery, Windsor Castle, April 2nd 1900, an affectionate letter congratulating him on getting a good place at Wellington College, asking him not to forget Mr and Mrs Knowlsley at Park Hill and commenting on the weather Provenance: John Wilson (autographs), Oxford; cost £325 in 1991 £150-£200 543. A letter by Edward VII (1841-1910), to his close friend Henry Keppel, later Admiral of the Fleet, 3 1/4 pages, 8vo on black edged stationary, Balmoral, 11th October 1861 Provenance: John Wilson (autographs), Oxford; cost £150 in 1991 £150-£200 544. George V (1865-1936) a document signed, ‘George RI’ at the head, 1 1/2 pages folio on paper given at St James’ 3rd June 1918 conferring upon Sir Samuel Butler Provis membership in the Order of the Companions of Honour with embossed stamp of that order Provenance: John Wilson (autographs), Oxford; cost £120 in 1991 £60-£100 545. George VI (1895-1952) a letter to, ‘My dear Godfrey’ Faussett, signed, ‘Albert’, 2 pages, 8vo, 5th May 1917, on Windsor Castle stationary, stating how much he is looking forward to going back to sea and thanking him for his help in organisation Provenance: John Wilson (autographs), Oxford; cost £165 in 1991 £80-£120 546. Gladstone, William Ewart (18091898), a letter to J.J. Muirhead, 2 pages 8vo, dated 24th September 1884, written from Dalmeny Park, Edinburgh where Gladstone has only one day, declining Muirhead’s, ‘very attractive proposal’ as he must rest his voice which has suffered from overmuch use in the open air Provenance: John Wilson (autographs), Oxford; cost £65 in 1991 £80-£120


547. An official 1985 Royal Christmas card enclosing colour portrait photograph of HRH Prince and Princess of Wales with their sons William and Harry seated on a pony signed, ‘Charles and Diana’ £300-£500


548. An official 1986 Royal Christmas card enclosing colour portrait photograph of HRH’s the Prince and Princess of Wales with their sons William and Harry and the family dog signed, ‘Charles and Diana’ with personal inscription, ‘with may thanks for all your help with the Trust ...’ £300-£500

555. Dame Elizabeth Frink (1930-1993), ‘Hare’, lithograph, signed in pencil and numbered, 45/70, 51 x 56cm £600-£800

549. An official 1987 Royal Christmas card enclosing colour portrait photograph of HRH’s the Prince and Princess of Wales with their sons William and Harry signed, ‘Charles and Diana’ £300-£500 550. An official 1990 Royal Christmas card enclosing colour portrait photograph of HRH’s the Prince and Princess of Wales with their sons William and Harry signed, ‘Charles and Diana’ £300-£500 551. A collection of British Airways Concord memorabilia, to include: stationary, memorabilia, menus, wash bags, travel wallets, diaries, stationary folio’s, photo wallets, Smythson writing paper, hip flasks, together with Concord engraved sterling silver ballpoint pen £150-£200 552. The official visitors book for Nottingham University 1928, signed by George V and Queen Mary, dated July 10th 1928, together with related ephemera commemorating the visit of the King and Queen for the opening of the New University College Buildings, and a medallion £300-£500 553. The Trees of Great Britain and Ireland by Henry John Elwes FRS and Augustine Henry MA. Privately printed Edinburgh fifteen parts in seven volumes and index card covers with flora design; together with two volumes Trees and Shrubs of the British Isles by C S Cooper and W P Westell 1909 £800-£1200

554. Dame Elizabeth Frink (1930-1993), ‘Man and Horse’, lithograph, signed in pencil and numbered, 33/70, 59 x 79cm £800-£1200

556. A pair of early Victorian chromolithographs of dueling monkeys, 1839, after E. Bristow and E. Duncan, published by R. Ackermann, London, titled, ‘Satisfaction’ and, ‘Honour!’, with verse from Don Juan below each image, trimmed and mounted, varnished over velum (2) £80-£120 557. After David Shepherd b.1931, ‘First Light at Savuti’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 181/1500, 43cm x 76cm £100-£150 558. After David Shepherd b.1931, ‘Lone Wanderers of the Arctic’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 459/1500, 41cm x 68cm £100-£150 559. After David Shepherd b.1931, ‘Burning Bright’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 1244/2000, 43cm x 74cm £100-£150 560. After David Shepherd b.1931, ‘Jungle Gentleman’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 320/2000, 43cm x 72.5cm £150-£200 561. After David Shepherd b.1931, ‘Sleepy Tigers’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 611/850, 40cm x 71cm £100-£150 562. After David Shepherd b.1931, ‘Indian Siesta’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 373/1300, 42cm x 76cm £150-£200 563. After David Shepherd b.1931, ‘Just Cats’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 658/850, 48cm x 84cm £80-£120

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HANSONS AUC TIONEERS AND VALUERS 564. After David Shepherd b.1931, ‘Clouded Leopard and Cubs’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 682/950, 35cm x 53.5cm £60-£100 565. After David Shepherd b.1931, ‘Cool Waters’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 151/850, 42cm x 75cm £100-£150 566. After David Shepherd b.1931, ‘The Tigers of Bandhavgarh’, photographic reproduction, signed in pencil and numbered 696/1000, 40cm x 69cm £150-£200 567. Fernand Gottlob (1873-1935) seventeen lithographs, numbered and signed out of an edition of 100, 40cm x 29cm approx (plate impression) (17) £120-£180

The George Grainger Smith Archive 568. George Grainger Smith b. 1892, A study of a cast of The Venus de Milo, charcoal students Examination sketch, 73 x 41cm, bearing label dated 1913 stating artists age, ‘20’ and employment, ‘book keeper’, along with a quantity of student charcol studies, still lives etc and three Board of Education 1st Class Certificates to George Smith dated 1911 and 1912 £100-£150 569. Landscape Painting in Watercolour, On Drawing and Painting Trees, along with various artists tools and accessories belonging to George Grainger Smith and two invitations to George Grainger Smith to a supper of, ‘The Professional Members of the Autumn Exhibition Hanging Committee’ £30-£50 570. No lot

571. A pen and ink war cartoon by George Grainger Smith depicting two Tommies by the roadside admiring a lady walking, titled ‘Joe (not been home for 18 months) Ummm.. Bill!!, ‘Ain’t she a peach’ signed, ‘Grainger Smith B.E.F France 1917’, along with a Home Guard certificate and photograph of George Grainger Smith, a collection of uniform badges, a, ‘Land Girl, a manual for volunteers in the women’s land army’ and a collection of commemorative medals and badges £50-£100 572. A large box containing personal correspondence, wood cut pictures, calendars and other ephemeral relating to the artist George Grainger Smith, including newspaper cuttings etc £30-£50 573. George Grainger Smith, ‘Chepstow Castle’, etching, signed in pencil, numbered 8/50, unframed, 19.5 x 25cm, also a folio containing a quantity of other unframed etchings by the same hand, to include: Bamburgh Castle, Richmond Castle Yorkshire, Bridgnorth, The Kippering Houses, Whitby, The Fire-eater, Buddleigh Salterton Devon, The Wye bridge Hereford, East Gate Warwick, Stokesay Castle, Llantony Abbey and Liverpool Cathedral etc £150-£250 574. George Grainger Smith b. 1892, ‘Portrait of a gentleman wearing a spotted bow tie’ oil on board, signed and dated 1940, 51 x 41cm £80-£120 575. George Grainger Smith b. 1892, Portrait of a lady, ‘Louie’, the artists wife, oil on canvas, signed, inscribed on label verso, 62 x 51cm, along with a further oil on board of Louie and two etchings of the same subject (4) £250-£350 576. George Grainger Smith b. 1892, A quantity of worked copper etching plates, the majority topographical subjects (approx 50), to include: Stonehenge, Whitby, Hereford, Raglan Castle, French views and still lives £80-£120 577. No lot 578. George Grainger Smith b. 1892, Snape bridge, Suffolk, watercolour, signed 22 x 30cm and two further oils by the same hand (4) £100-£150 579. No lot

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Watercolours 580. Richard Delaney, contemporary, ‘Flow’, pencil drawing, signed, 41.5cm x 60cm £100-£150 581. Thomas Pyne RI. RBA. 1843-1935, ‘The Quarry Woods, Marlow’, watercolour, signed and dated 1879, 40cm x 70cm £300-£500 582. Harold Gresley, Ex. 1920-1940, ‘Shepherds Cottage Troutbeck’ watercolour, signed lower left, 31cm x 43cm £300-£500 583. Thomas Charles Leeson Rowbotham (1823-1875), ‘The Thames at Chiswick’, monochrome wash, signed and dated 1873, 22cm x 49cm £200-£300 584. Follower of John Russell, ‘Portrait of a young lady wearing a lace bonnet’, pastel drawing, 34cm x 29cm £100-£150 585. J. Rathray, dated February 26th 1838, a shoulder length sketch of an Eastern beauty, pencil and watercolour, signed lower right, 21cm x 26cm together with a classical sketch after W.W Ryland (2) £50-£80 586. No lot 587. Harold Gresley DCM, RWS 1892-1967, Unframed watercolour of mountainous scene with figure and a dog minding sheep. Approx 22” x 16” signed lower right Provenance: Given personally to the vendor’s father by Harold Gresley who was his 1st or 2nd cousin £200-£250 588. Harold Gresley DCM, RWS 1892-1967 unframed watercolour of Swarkestone Bridge and the River Trent. Approx 16” x 11” signed and dated lower right Provenance: Given personally to the vendor’s father by Harold Gresley who was his 1st or 2nd cousin £150-£200 589. Harold Gresley DCM, RWS 1892-1967 unframed watercolour of River Trent at Swarkestone with Swarkestone Hall signed and dated 1919. Signed Lower Right Provenance: Given personally to the vendor’s father by Harold Gresley who was his 1st or 2nd cousin £150-£200 39

590. A miniature watercolour by James Nixon A.R.A signed with an indistinct, ‘N’ set in original gold frame with ring mounting, subject of a lady wearing an ermine stole, circa 1790 £400-£700 591. Robert George Kelly Ex. 1881-1907, ‘A fair wind for Manchester’ watercolour, signed, 50cm x 72cm £200-£300

603. James Brereton b.1954, ‘High Seas’ oil on canvas laid on board, signed, 44cm x 60cm £450-£550

613. Gudron Sibbons (Contemporary), ‘Unloading the Catch’, oil on board, signed, 34cm x 52cm £120-£180

604. Follower of Jan Gabrielsz Sonje (1625-1707), ‘Figures resting in a woodland clearing’, oil on canvas, 64cm x 78cm £4000-£6000

614. Gudron Sibbons (Contemporary), ‘Beached Fishing Boats’, oil on board, signed, 29cm x 39cm £120-£180

605. Norwich School, circa 1790, ‘Fen landscape with cattle watering’, oil on canvas, 62.5cm x 37cm £400-£600

615. George Turner (1843-1910), ‘The Nearest Way Home’, oil on canvas, signed and dated, ‘65, inscribed on reverse, 41cm x 67cm £2000-£3000

606. Follower of Jakob Van Ruysdael, ‘Drovers with sheep on a country road’, oil on panel, 34cm x 44cm £2000-£3000

616. Otto Weber, German School 1832-1888, ‘Cattle resting in a meadow’ oil on panel, signed, 20cm x 39.5cm £550-£700

595. William Ellis RBA, 19th Century, ‘Going to Church’, oil on canvas, signed lower left dated 1860, 50cm x 61cm £200-£300

607. English School, mid 19th Century, circle of Richard Wilson, ‘Anglers in a river landscape’, oil on board, 32cm x 27cm £400-£600

617. Thomas Baker of Leamington (1809-1864), ‘River Scene near Borrowdale’, oil on canvas, 22cm x 33cm £1000-£1500

596. Newlyn School, oil on board, ‘A figure by a Water Mill’, signed A Forbes, 49cm x 34cm £200-£300

608. Alfred Fontville De Breanski (1877- c.1945), ‘Evening, Lynn Tregennah, North Wales’ oil on canvas, signed, inscribed verso, in elaborate carved and golden Florentine frame, 51cm x 76cm also the companion, ‘Llynn Ogwen, North Wales’, a pair (2) £3000-£5000

618. Thomas Baker of Leamington (1809-1864), ‘Waterfall on the Lathkill, Derbyshire’, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed, 33cm x 48.5cm £1200-£1800

592. Matilda Austin Carter Fl. 1884-1893, ‘A lady sitting by a window’, watercolour, signed and dated 1881 £200-£300 593-594. No lots


597. William Langley, late 19th/early 20th Century, ‘An angler in a river landscape’ oil on canvas, signed, 41cm x 61cm, also the companion, ‘A shepherd with his flock’ a pair (2) £200-£300 598. Gunning King (1859-1940), ‘Sheep in a meadow with village beyond’, oil on canvas, signed on stretcher, 36cm x 46cm, also the companion, ‘Harvest time’ a pair (2) £250-£350 599. Gunning King (1859-1940), ‘Distant Hills’, oil on canvas, 35.5cm x 46cm £70-£100 600. No lot 601. Clifford Harrison 20th Century oil on board of Delft pots, initialled, 80cm by 44cm The artist specialises in still life and trompe l’oeil subjects, often, as in this example including delft china £500-£800 602. James Brereton b.1954, ‘The Shimmering Sea’ oil on canvas laid on board, signed, 44cm x 60cm £450-£550


609. French School, in the manner of Thomas Barber (1768-1843), ‘Portrait of a young lady wearing a yellow dress sitting at a window’, oil on copper, circa 1790, 30cm x 25cm £400-£600 610. Italian School, 19th Century, ‘A Lakeside Church’, oil on panel, 18cm x 25cm £150-£200 611. Benjamin Williams Leader, R.A. (1831-1923), ‘A Pool on the Llugwy’ oil on board, signed and dated 1900, 34cm x 44cm, also the companion, ‘On the Llugwy, below Capel Curig’, a pair (2) Provenance: Richard Green Gallery, London £7000-£10000 612. Henry John Boddington (1811-1865), ‘The Rabbit Warren’ oil on canvas, signed and dated 1857, 52cm x 68cm £3000-£5000

619. English School, late 17th Century, ‘Portrait of a gentleman wearing an embroidered coat with lace collar’, half length, oil on canvas, 41.5cm x 32cm £300-£500 620. James Hayllar (1851-93), ‘A Gentleman sitting at a desk within an Elizabethan interior), oil on canvas, signed with initials, 36cm x 21cm £800-£1200 621. Fred Yates (1922-2008), ‘Sea View, Porlock’, oil on board, signed, inscribed verso, 33cm by 46cm £300-£400 622. English School, late 19th Century, ‘Sailing Boats Caught in a Storm’ oil on canvas, 53cm x 79cm £300-£500 623. Alfred De Breanski Junior, late 19th/early 20th Century, ‘Borrowdale Bridge’, oil on canvas, signed 61cm x 92cm £2000-£3000 624. English School circa 1850, ‘A river scene with castle by moonlight’, oil on canvas, 30cm x 41cm £120-£180

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HANSONS AUC TIONEERS AND VALUERS 625. Circle of A. H. Vickers, Fl 1853-1907, ‘A Farmhouse in a wooded landscape’, oil on canvas, 19cm x 40cm also the companion, a pair (2) £100-£150 626. Arthur George Bell (1849-1916), ‘A View near Florence’, oil on board, inscribed on reverse, 16.5cm x 22cm £250-£350 627. Jane Elizabeth Spindler Ex. 1880-1903, ‘Fisherman’s Cottages’, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1884, 36cm x 46cm £250-£350 628. Kenneth Steel (1906-1973) English Village, signed acrylic on canvas, titled to verso £250-£350 629. Ernest Walbourn Fl. 1894-1904, ‘Feeding the Lambs’, oil on canvas, signed 41cm x 61cm, also the companion, ‘Summer Flowers’, a pair (2) £2000-£3000

Clocks 630. A William and Mary ebonised striking bracket clock Edwardus Burgis, circa 1695, the case with gilt-metal handle and foliate mounts to the cushion-moulded top, flanked by four foliate urn finials, gilt metal mask and foliate panels to the sides, the moulded base on gilt-metal compressed bun feet, the 6 1/4 inch square dial with silvered chapter ring and blued steel hands, matted centre with calendar aperture, cherub spandrels, the four pillar movement with twin fusees, hour strike on bell, the tulip engraved backplate singed within a foliate cartouche Edwardus Burgis Londini fecit; 38cm high £10000-£15000 631. A George IV oak and mahogany crossbanded 8 day longcase clock, the 13 inch enamel dial signed Jos Slack, painted with sheep and shepherdess below a domed, broken swan neck pediment on turned columns, the case with quarter Roman Doric columns flanking a double ogee door, 214cm high, 60cm wide £400-£600

632. A Regency brass mounted satinwood mantel clock, Thomas Weeks of London, the 4 inch white enamel dial with Roman numeral chapter ring and Arabic markers, signed Weeks, Coventry Street, London, within a cylindrical brass casing raised on ebony strung pedestal flared to the base on four brass bracket feet, the backplate engraved with foliate motif, urn finial to the top, circa 1820, 34.5cm high £600-£800 633. Samuel Bregazzi of Derby mahogany barometer, the eight inch silvered dial with integrated thermometer, circa 1810 £400-£600 634. An early 18th Century 30 hour longcase clock, fitted in an associated pitch pine case, the hood with pediment top and plain dentil moulding, the glazed door set with 3/4 round columns to each side, opening to reveal 9 inch brass dial, with chapter ring and black Roman numerals, gilt spandrels to corners, the case door opening to reveal single weighted movement, raised on a moulded base, measuring 204cm high £250-£300 635. A George III oak longcase clock, inscribed to dial, ‘Geo Miles, Sod, Bury’, the hood with blind fretwork to cornice above a glazed door fitted with applied quarter round columns, opening to reveal brass dial with Roman numerals and Arabic minutes dial to outer edge, the case with door opening to reveal double weighted movement, raised on a moulded projecting base, standing on bracket feet with shaped apron between, 195cm high £200-£300 636. An early 18th Century oak 8 day longcase clock by Littlemore of Frodsham, the 12inch brass dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date window, the hood with cushion domed pediment glazed to three sides, 208cm high £500-£700 637. A bronzed spelter 19th Century mystery clock, having semi unclad lady sitting on the crest of a wave, with sea-birds, mounted on red marble socle, right arm holding a three bar compensating pendulum, green spherical face with gilded Roman numerals - key, 90cm high £800-£1200

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638. A fine 19th Century four post Ormolu four post portico clock, having eight day movement and striking hours on a bell, nine bar compensating pendulum, four ebonised columns with Ormolu mounts, key and pendulum £400-£600 639. A 19th Century eight day mantel clock, the 3 1/4 inch enamelled dial signed by, ‘Henry Mark of Paris’ the movement sitting on a base, surmounted by a Cavalier, with a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, silk suspension, pendulum and key, 27cm high £300-£500 640. An Art Deco clock garniture, having 14cm x 8cm square dial, in brown, green and white variegated onyx and marble case, surmounted by a Jaguar, having eight day movement striking on a bell, pendulum and key £100-£150 641. A late 18th Century Bregazzi of Derby mahogany wheel barometer, the banjo shaped case with 8 inch silvered dial, 96cm long £150-£250 642. A George III John Whitehurst oak 30 hour longcase clock, circa 1765, inscribed to dial, ‘Whitehurst, Derby’, the hood with an arched pediment and circular glazed face door opening to reveal brass chapter dial and black Roman numerals, with Arabic minutes dial to outer edge. The case body with quarter round columns to sides, the door opening to reveal single weighted movement, raised on a projecting moulded base, standing on bracket feet, 205cm high. £1500-£2000 643. A George III John Whitehurst oak eight day longcase clock, the dial inscribed and dated, ‘Whitehurst, Derby, 1765’, the hood with moulded arched pediment and three turned finials, the glazed face door opening to reveal circular dial with Roman numerals, the case door opening to reveal double weighted movement and pendulum, key and door key, approximately 200cm high £2000-£3000


644. A George III John Whitehurst 30 hour longcase clock, in a Cuban flame veneered mahogany case, the hood with a swan neck pediment with flower head terminals and a turned finial between, the circular glazed door opening to reveal a silvered chapter dial inscribed, ‘Whitehurst, Derby’ with Roman numerals and Arabic minutes dial to outer edge, with two winder holes, the case fitted with a door opening to reveal double weighted movement and pendulum, the body raised on projecting moulded base and raised on bracket feet. £3500-£4500 645. A Whitehurst and Son, Derby mahogany cased compass, circa 1815, the case opening to reveal a 5” silvered dial, the outer ring marked in degrees, signed to the dial, ‘Whitehurst and Son, Derby’, pin locking mechanism, case 22cm x 16.5cm £600-£800 646. John Whitehurst of Derby clock maker and scientist 1713-88 by Maxwell Craven 1996 £80-£120 647. A 19th Century French onyx and gilt metal garniture clock set, the three inch enamel dial below a central figure of a woman playing the flute, inscribed Improvisateur, par Ferrand, figural side parts £300-£500 648. A mid 19th Century French garniture clock set, with a pair of candelabra £200-£400 649. John Holroy of Wakefield, An early 18th Century eight day longcase clock; walnut with Laburnum oyster veneers throughout, barley twist columns to hood, ten inch brass dial with Roman numerals, gilded, penny moon dial, height 215cm £2000-£2500 650. A Biedermeier Vienna wall clock, circa 1840, simulated rose wood case, seven inch enamel dial with Roman numerals, length 92cm £500-£800 651. A Lecheminant, London single fusee wall clock, 19th Century, the 11.5” white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, within a stained beech circular case, 38cm diameter £200-£300


652. A late 18th Century mahogany eight day longcase clock with eleven inch brass and silvered dial with subsidiary seconds dial and date window, London five pillar movement, the swan neck pediment with three finials supported on a hood glazed to three sides flanked by Tuscan columns, 50cm wide, 213cm high, 24cm deep £600-£800 653. Dent of London, A triple fusee bracket clock, with subsidiary dials for silent and regulation, Westminster chime, in walnut case with Ormolu finials and fittings, the eight inch dial with Roman numerals, the sides with fretwork panels backed in red silk, circa 1840 (with three keys), 31cm wide, 45cm high, 21cm deep Note: Dent of the Royal Exchange, Cornhill and 61 The Strand, was arguably the best clock maker of the mid-Victorian period, supplying the Queen, Houses of Parliament and Prime Ministers. This clock belonged to Captain E H Bayly, Commander of the Pelorus (on which Rudyard Kipling sailed) and the Aurora. £8000-£12000 654. A John Whitehurst wall clock movement inscribed to back, ‘WHITEHURST, DERBY’ with a large bell to top; complete with pendulum and weights £400-£600 655. A 19th Century brass cased carriage clock in leather travelling case £40-£60 656. An early 19th Century mahogany eight day longcase clock, the hood with a swan neck pediment and brass terminals, the glazed door set between two turned columns with brass capitals and terminals, opening to reveal white painted chapter dial with black Roman numerals, with two winder holes, the case door set between quarter round turned and fluted columns, the double arched case door opening to reveal double weighted movement, raised on a moulded projecting base, with canted corners and raised on bracket feet, the whole veneered in flame mahogany, 220cm high. £200-£300 657. An 18th Century oak longcased clock, Samuel Ashton, Ashburn, Ashbourne, with later carvings, square brass dial, silver chapter ring with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds and date dials £800-£1000

658. A Vienna triple weighted wall clock. Walnut veneered case with split pilasters, forty six inches high approx, excluding finials. Grand sonnerie striking on two gongs, strikes quarter and half hours £500-£700 659. An early 19th Century Thomas Whiston oak and mahogany longcase clock, the hood with swan neck pediment, the glazed door with turned columns to door sides, opening to reveal white painted dial with Roman numerals and painted scenes, the case with marquetry and parquetry inlaid decoration throughout. The case door opening to reveal double weighted movement and pendulum, raised on a moulded base and standing on bracket feet, 215cm high £250-£500

Garden Statuary 660. A Victorian cast iron Coalbrookdale garden seat, the pierced back with floral and architectural detailing, the central arch with star burst decoration above a slatted seat, curved foliate sides, registered number indistinct, 186cm wide, 100cm high £800-£1200 661. A Gothic revival sandstone Gargoyle in the form of a winged beast, 78cm high £400-£600 662. A mid 19th Century Gothic revival cast iron garden seat, Val D’Osne, French, 1858, the quatrefoil decorated back below a honeycomb seat, 100cm wide, 91cm high £300-£500 663. A pair of 19th Century stone garden urn planters, of squat footed form, reeded, on rusticated blind trellis plinths, 85cm high £200-£300 664. A 19th Century carved limestone acanthus leaf pilaster finial, 53cm high £100-£150 665. A pair of cast iron campana planters, in the form of putti holding urns on their shoulders, 20th Century, on circular acanthus bordered bases, 133cm high (2) £500-£800

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Furniture 666. A Queen Anne style walnut veneered bureau of small proportions, three graduated drawers with drop handles below a sloping front opening to reveal a fitted interior with bow fronted drawers and pigeon holes, part 18th Century, 58cm wide, 95cm high, 46cm deep £150-£250 667. A George III oak chest of four graduated long drawers, of small proportions, brass swan neck handles and fretwork lock plates on block feet, 83cm wide, 75cm high, 48cm deep £250-£350 668. A Victorian Gothic Revival cast iron hall stand, of decorated lancet arch form with pierced floral and geometric motifs, seven coat hooks above a two section umbrella stand, in the style of A W N Pugin, painted black, 179cm high, 76cm wide £400-£600 669. An early Victorian figured walnut pedestal chess table, the barley twist support on tripod base terminating in dolphin feet, the top inlaid with rosewood and satinwood tiles, circa 1850, 47cm wide, 72cm high, 47cm deep; together with a bone chess set of Staunton pattern £150-£250 670. A large George III oak floor standing corner cabinet on cabinet, the two door section with three fixed shelves above a two door single shelved base on solid foot, with original key and mahogany banding to the cornice, 115cm wide, 214cm high, 70cm deep £400-£600 671. A Victorian figured walnut Davenport with marquetry inlay and inset tooled leather top, four two handled graduated drawers below a sloping top opening to reveal a two drawer interior, an inset writing box to the top, 54cm wide, 82cm high, 54cm deep £200-£300 672. A late 17th Century joined oak side table with single drawer above turned baluster legs joined by four stretchers to the base, on knopped ball feet, circa 1670, 90cm wide, 70cm high, 53cm deep £200-£400

673. A Charles II oak sideboard, the plank top below three elm lined short drawers above a triple arched apron on turned baluster legs, 184cm long, 73cm high, 53cm deep £700-£900

681. A George II mahogany drop leaf breakfast table of oval form with tapered cylindrical legs on pad feet, double ogee moulded ends, circa 1740, 163cm wide, 73cm high, 188cm long £400-£600

674. A George III mahogany chest of two short over three long cockbeaded drawers each with inset mother of pearl lozenge lock plates, on shaped feet, 113cm wide, 107cm high, 55cm deep £120-£180

682. A William IV rosewood breakfront bookcase, the open central section flanked by cupboards with pleated silk fronts behind a metal trellis, stylised Corinthian pilasters and adjustable shelves, 200cm wide, 92.5cm high, 44cm deep £300-£500

675. A 19th Century mahogany, satinwood strung, glazed collectors cabinet, the top opening to reveal a shallow green velvet lined compartment above a cupboard, glazed to four sides, above a single drawer, on four slightly tapered legs, 39.5cm wide, 80cm high, 34cm deep £200-£300 676. A 16th/17th Century boarded oak coffer, the front carved with three roundels with star shaped motifs between, the top with carved dentil edges opening to reveal a plain interior, 123cm wide, 46cm high, 43cm deep £150-£200 677. A 19th Century gilded and painted carved wood occasional table, with inset pink marble top, of circular form in the Louis XV style, the fluted column legs joined by a pierced X stretcher, 71cm high, 37cm diameter £150-£250 678. A late 17th Century oak gate leg table on turned baluster legs; 112cm wide, 68cm high, 134cm deep approx (extended) £200-£300 679. A George I Walnut Side Chair, circa 1720, having a curved crest rail, fitted with a vase shaped back splat, a woolwork seat and raised on cabriole legs with pad feet terminals, 98cm £150-£250 680. Circa 1840 Continental Biedermeier satinwood settee, with shaped back and scroll arms before striped grey and black upholstery with two cushions, on cornucopia feet, circa 1830, 210cm wide, 96cm high approx £400-£600

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683. Six early 19th Century mahogany dining chairs in the Empire style, the curved and bordered back plate on curved stylised pilaster supports continuing into sabre legs, the front legs of turned and tapered hexagonal form, removable upholstered seats (6) £250-£350 684. An early to mid 17th Century oak press cupboard, of frame and panelled construction, fitted with a single door, secured by wrought iron hinges, opening to reveal two shelves, the whole raised on stile feet, 196cm high, 155cm wide and 46cm deep. Provenance: Vendor believes this was sold from Mosely Old Hall in Staffordshire, in 1923. bought by the then owners of The Old Rectory at Mavesyn Ridward near Rugeley £800-£1200 685. A late 17th Century oak gateleg table with turned baluster legs joined by plain stretchers, circa 1680, 93cm wide, 67cm high, 104cm deep £200-£400 686. An early Victorian mahogany sideboard the two pedestals with heavily carved rococo style fretwork to the doors, backed in red velvet, flanked by stylised Corinthian columns, the central single drawer above a mirrored back, approx 198cm w x 99cm high x 57cm d £400-£600 687. A mid 18th Century oak high dresser, the base of three short drawers over a further three central graduated drawers flanked by cupboard doors with moulded panels and quarter columns, a three shelf plate rack above with ogee moulded cornice and Tuscan column sides, 174cm wide, 214cm high, 47cm deep £700-£1000


688. John Broadwood and Sons, London, a late Victorian rosewood Cottage Grand piano, two pedals, 84 notes, Numbered 2149, circa 1894, the angular case supported on tapered, hexagonal section legs with brass casters, 133cm wide, 69cm high to keyboard, 183cm long Note: Originally owned by Baron Rothschild of Waddesdon Manor, Oxfordshire and used in one of the ante rooms. Restored by Rolf Hahn of Hahn Pianos in 1992 £4000-£6000 689. An 18th Century high wing back ‘Porters’ upholstered armchair on mahogany leg frame with H stretcher, covered in a later red velvet damask, 145cm high £250-£350 690. A George III oak dresser, the base with two single drawers over two cupboard doors, on square feet below a two shelf top with ogee arched apron, 138cm wide, 205cm high, 47cm deep £400-£600 691. Whitehurst of Derby, A George III oak longcase clock, the 12 inch brass dial with Roman and Arabic numerals within a circular windowed hood below a broken pediment on Tuscan columns, mahogany crossbanding, 211cm high £1000-£1500 692. A pair of Morris and Co. Rossetti Sussex armchairs with lyre shaped spindle backs and ball terminals above a circular seat (formerly rushed) on turned front legs and six stretchers Note: Designed by Dante Gabriel Rossetti as part of the Sussex range of rush seated chairs produced by William Morris and Co from 1864 £300-£500 693. A mid Victorian mahogany bookcase, of two tier form, the top with a overhanging moulded pediment top, fitted with two glazed doors opening to reveal four adjustable wooden shelves, the top sides with carved corbels, the base with two frieze drawers over two panelled doors and further applied carved corbels to sides, the whole raised on a moulded plinth base, measuring 243cm high, 139cm wide and 50 deep. £250-£300


694. A George II oak settle, the two panel back with moulded, mahogany crossbanded ogee arches above two curved open arms on cabriole legs and pad feet, circa 1745, 93cm wide, 104cm high, 59cm deep £300-£400

700. An early Victorian mahogany upholstered settee of boat form with serpentine back and reeded decoration, on turned baluster legs with brass casters, 236cm wide, 100cm high £300-£400

695. A George III mahogany D end dining table. circa 1770, made in three parts comprising drop leaf table with double gateleg action, a pair of D ended side tables and extra leaf, all forming one piece, seating approximately 14 people, all having simple friezes with satinwood banding with boxwood and ebony stringing, all raised on square moulded legs with block feet, drop leaf table 75cm high, 162cm wide and 132cm deep; the D ended tables 75cm high, 132cm wide and 63cm deep; the extra leaf 132cm wide and 66cm deep £800-£1000

701. An early Victorian rosewood breakfront bookcase of Neoclassical form with reeded banding, adjustable shelves, on turned bun feet, 204cm wide, 99cm high £200-£400

696. A George I walnut veneered and yew wood crossbanded chest of two short over three long graduated drawers, with brass drop handles, on shaped ogee feet, 93cm wide, 92cm high, 46.5cm deep £500-£800 697. An Edwardian mahogany display cabinet, circa 1905, of serpentine form, the moulded overhanging cornice to top, the glazed door fitted with shaped glass and inlaid with floral marquetry inlay, with further marquetry to sides, the door opening to reveal two fitted shelves, the lower section with two doors inlaid with panels of floral scrolling marquetry in the Classical style with cherubs and urns, with further panels of inlay to sides, raised on square tapering legs, 167cm high, 93cm wide, 50cm deep £200-£300 698. An early 19th Century rosewood card table, circa 1825,the front with scrolled detail to frieze, raised on a substantial turned column with acanthus carved detail and platform base, carved lions paw feet, 70cm high, 92cm wide, 90cm deep £120-£150 699. A William IV rosewood chiffonier, the white marble top below a mirrored back and shelf supported on reeded acanthus columns, above two shelves and two glazed cupboard doors opening to reveal a shelved interior (lacking shelves), on reeded bun feet, angled pediment above, 101cm wide, 133cm high, 42cm deep £200-£300

702. A late Victorian mahogany three drawer lowboy in the George II style, the central short drawer flanked by deep drawers with brass plates and handles, straight turned legs on pad feet, 103cm wide, 72cm high, 53cm deep £150-£250 703. A William IV mahogany Secretaire, three long drawers below a deep writing drawer opening to reveal a fitted interior and tooled leather writing surface, 110cm wide, 111cm high, 53cm deep £300-£400 704. An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood banded glazed display cabinet, in the Neo-Classical style, the central concave glazed section above a bow fronted single drawer above glazed cupboard, flanked by partially glazed long doors, on six tapered spade-footed legs, 145cm wide, 184cm high, 52cm deep £300-£500 705. A mid to late 17th Century oak chest, with panelled top, front, sides and back, the front panels carved, the top retaining original wire hinges and secured with modern hinges, 129cm wide, 62cm high, 60cm deep £200-£300 706. A large early 18th Century oak and elm dresser, the base with three short drawers below six further drawers, above a plain carved scrolling frieze and flat baluster legs, the top with four shelves flanked by two short shelves above cupboards, the doors opening to reveal further drawers, 200cm w, 228cm high and 59cm deep approx £700-£900 707. Pair of elaborately carved Chinese armchairs, probably late 19th Century, ornately carved in high relief with intertwined snakes and grotesque figures, each measuring 85cm high £100-£150 END OF AUCTION

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