Auction Catalogue 15th September 2012

Lot Number Description Low Estimate High Estimate
1 A Japanese cloisonne vase of ovoid form,  15cm high, and another smaller Japanese cloisonne vase, 12cm high (2 items) – Part of a single owner collection 20 30
2 Six pieces of 19th century Chinese famille rose porcelain to include four bowls and two dishes (all at fault) – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
3 A Mintons printed and hand painted cornflower pattern 21 piece porcelain coffee set for six place settings, pattern number G4362 – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
4 A set of six Crescent porcelain lidded two handled bowls and saucers, decorated with swags, and a quantity of New Chelsea porcelain tea ware decorated with printed and hand painted green dragons – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
5 A pair of late 19th century Sitzendorf porcelain figural three light candelabra, the bases modelled in the form of a couple and their children, decorated with birds, insects and flowers, the removable candelabra heavily encrusted with flowers, with damage and restoration and factory mark to the bases, the candlesticks 33cm high, with candelabra 50cm high – Part of a single owner collection 200 300
6 A late 19th century Imari pattern porcelain charger, 36cm diameter – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
7 An early 20th century Japanese Satsuma pottery millefori bowl, with gilt on black character mark to base, 19cm diameter, 11cm high – Part of a single owner collection 50 80
8 Two pairs of papier machè coasters, a papier machè boat-shaped basket with matching coaster and one other coaster (7 items) – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
9 A 19th century Chinese porcelain powder blue ground famille vert vase with six panels decorated with birds and flowers, 25.5cm high, with damage – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
10 A 19th century Chinese famille vert vase with flared rim, 31.5cm high, seven other pieces of 19th century Chinese porcelain and a Japanese Satsuma pottery vase (9 items), all with damage and repairs – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
11 A Staffordshire treacle glazed pottery Toby jug, 24cm high – Part of a single owner collection 10 15
12 A 19th century Japanese ivory okimono of a reclined man exclaiming in surprise, holding his head, 7.5cm long x 3.25cm high  and a small carved ivory panel, both at fault (2 items) – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
13 A 19th century Japanese ivory okimono of figures climbing over the mask of a demon, 8cm long x 6cm high, at fault – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
14 A bronze candlestick raised on three supports cast in the form of bare legs with sandalled feet terminating in a loin cloth, the tapering fluted column entwined with a snake pursuing a figure with a stick, 39.5cm high – Part of a single owner collection 50 80
15 A large cut glass pedestal bowl, three cut glass decanters and other glassware (10 items) – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
16 A set of six panel cut champagne bowls and other glassware (7 items) – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
17 Three 19th century glass rinsers with wheel engraved Greek key decoration, a set of four Edwardian acid etched glass finger bowls, a pair of panel cut glass finger bowls and three other finger bowls (12 items) – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
18 A black leather toiletry case by Drew and Sons of Piccadilly Circus, with fitted interior, contents lacking, 45cm wide x 16cm high x 32cm deep – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
19 A set of early 20th century apothecary’s scales with a boxed set of weights – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
20 A pair of large brass candlesticks with weighted bases 43cm high and a smaller pair of brass candlesticks with Greek key decoration, 20.5cm high (2 pairs) – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
21 A pair of large 19th century Chinese blue and white porcelain vases decorated with birds amongst trees, with prunus blossom relief detail around a pair of small handles, 62cm high (Some damage) – Part of a single owner collection 600 800
22 A Victorian circular four-tier lustre hung ceiling light, 40cm high –  Part of a single owner collection 40 60
23 An ornate silver plated table lamp, cast in the form of an entwined vine raise on three scroll feet, 49cm high (including fitting) – Part of a single owner collection 80 100
24 Two Victorian circular three-tier lustre hung ceiling lights with swag and cut glass drops, both approximately 40cm high – Part of a single owner collection (2 items) 70 90
25 A pair of Venetian glass two branch wall lights each decorated with daffodils and leaves, with pendant shaped drops,  43cm x 36cm – Part of a single owner collection 180 220
26 A 19th century circular ormolu and lustre hung bag shaped ceiling light, 33cm high – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
27 A 19th century French white marble and spelter striking mantel clock surmounted with a figure of a young boy seated amongst rocks and flowers, the shaped base with enamel dial and Roman numerals, the dial marked ‘Raingo Fres A Paris’, 48cm x 40cm x 16cm – Part of a single owner collection 400 500
28 A silver plated three light candelabra, decorated with stylized acanthus leaves, 46.5cm high and a silver plated candlestick engraved with the crest of the Duke of Hamilton, 28cm high, with unassociated three light candelabra fitting – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
29 A Dutch silver mounted cut glass oval ash tray, 13.75cm long x 8.25cm wide – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
30 An oak cased canteen of assorted silver and silver plated cutlery including silver handled pistol grip butter knives and pickle forks and four Continental silver teaspoons, two large silver plated ladles, basting spoon and other cutlery and an oak cased set of fish knives and forks – Part of a single owner collection 50 70
31 A sapphire and diamond three stone ring, the square mixed cut sapphire set between two round brilliant cut diamonds, each approximately 0.25 carats, the shank stamped ‘9ct’ and ‘PLAT’, 2.5g – Part of a single owner collection 150 200
32 An 18ct gold opal and diamond three stone ring, the oval opal claw set between two round brilliant cut illusion set diamonds, each approx 0.10 carats, 3g gross – Part of a single owner collection 150 200
33 A pink sapphire and diamond oval cluster ring, the oval mixed cut sapphire approx. 2.5 carats, four claw set within small round brilliant cut individually set diamond surround, gross weight approx 0.10 carats, the shank stamped ’14c’, 4.7g gross – Part of a single owner collection 450 500
34 An 18ct white gold kunzite and aquamarine three stone ring, the enamel cut kunzite approx. 12.10 cts. flanked by two emerald cut aquamarines, all four claw set, Birmingham 2006, 11.5g gross – Part of a single owner collection 550 650
35 A diamond circular target cluster ring, the 31 round brilliant cut diamonds gross weight approx. 0.55 carats, all set in white, the head of the cluster measuring 12mm, the shank stamped ’18ct’ 5.2g – Part of a single owner collection 200 250
36 A plique-a-jour articulated butterfly brooch with diamond set eyes, 5.5cm wide and 3.8cm high – Part of a single owner collection 350 400
37 A 1930s platinum and diamond single stone ring, the round brilliant cut diamond approx 0.60 carats in square four claw setting, the shoulders each set with small round brilliant cut diamonds, unmarked, 2.8g gross, boxed – Part of a single owner collection 700 800
38 A pair of sapphire and diamond circular cluster earrings, the central round mixed cut sapphires, claw set with eight rose cut diamonds, the clusters 11mm diameter, with stick backs – Part of a single owner collection 650 750
39  A pair of aquamarine and diamond circular cluster earrings, the round mixed cut aquamarines 8mm diameter claw set within eight cut diamond surround, gross weight per earring approx 0.17 carats, the clusters measuring 13mm, set in white unmarked metal with clip-on backs – Part of a single owner collection 500 600
40 A gold sapphire and diamond three stone scroll carved half hoop ring, the central round mixed cut sapphire 5.5mm diameter, set between two old European cut diamonds, each approx 0.22 and 0.25 carats, unmarked, 5.2g – Part of a single owner collection 450 500
41 An oval diamond cluster dress ring, the central marquise shaped brilliant cut stone approx. 0.40 carats, claw set with 28 round brilliant cut diamonds, gross weight approx 0.70 cts, all set in white metal, unmarked, 4.3g – Part of a single owner collection 700 800
42 A 14 carat white gold and diamond bracelet with alternating circular and rectangular links set with a combination baguette of round and brilliant cut diamonds, gross weight approx 2.25 carats, 9mm wide, London 2001, 19.7g gross – Part of a single owner collection 750 850
43 A bi-colour sapphire and diamond line bracelet, the 15 oval mixed cut sapphires claw set between set ribbon cross links, each set with nine small rose cut diamonds, unmarked, 22.7g – Part of a single owner collection 750 850
44 A 19th century gold, diamond and enamelled cross pendant, the centre set with six stone rose cut diamond flower head cluster on gold and black enamel with tiny rose cut diamond border, the back with chased design, 7.8cm long x 4.9cm wide – Part of a single owner collection 800 900
45 An Art Deco platinum and diamond dress ring, the oval opal cabochon measuring 15mm x 12mm, claw set in a coronet mount within eight cut diamond set stepped shoulders, gross weight approx 0.32 carats, the shank stamped ‘PLAT’, 5.2g gross, with period box – Part of a single owner collection 1000 1500
46 A 19th gold and spectacle set aquamarine long chain necklace, the oval mixed cut aquamarines of various sizes, 74cm long – Part of a single owner collection 1200 1400
47 A George III gold mourning ring, the rock crystal glazed oval panel containing woven hair and a miniature gilt and enamelled Grecian urn on stand, the back inscribed ‘Margt Cowan’, Ob 29 May 1791 at 67, the head of the ring 31mm x 17mm, with original box – Part of a single owner collection 1400 1600
48 P F Biagiotti (20th century Italian), ‘Firenze’, oil on canvas, signed and titled en verso, 49.5cm x 69.5cm, housed in a painted frame – Part of a single owner collection 80 120
49 Circle of John Brett (1831 – 1902), coastal scene, oil on canvas, signed lower right and dated 1879, 29cm x 49cm, housed in gilt frame with gesso detail – Part of a single owner collection. 400 600
50 20th Century British, sheep in snowy landscape, oil on board, unsigned, 27cm x 38cm, housed in a plain gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection. 50 60
51 19th Century British, beached sailing boat with figures in the foreground, oil on canvas, bears monogram to lower left, ‘DGJ’, 34.5cm x 44.5cm, housed in gilt frame with gesso detail – Part of a single owner collection 200 300
52 20th Century British, ‘Honfleur’, oil on board, unsigned, titled with label en verso, 44cm x 59cm, housed in a painted pine frame – Part of a single owner collection. 80 120
53 G Delmot (20th century British), waves crashing on the shore, signed lower right, oil on board, 29cm x 34cm, housed in an ornate gilt frame -Part of a single owner collection. 50 70
54 20th Century British, cottages by a lake, oil on board, unsigned, with another painting en verso of figures in a street, 19cm x 29cm, also unsigned, housed in gilt gesso frame – Part of a single owner collection. 40 60
55 George Graham (20th century British), ‘Winter evening’, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1940 lower left, 24.5cm x 34.5cm, with label en verso bearing title, artist’s name and address in Winchelsea, Sussex, housed in painted frame – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
56 Alphonse Van Beurden (1854 – 1938), Belgian landscape of a church, oil on canvas, signed to lower right, 58.5cm x 76cm, housed in plain gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection 200 300
57 20th century British, country church, oil on canvas, unsigned, 38.5cm x 50cm, housed in gilt gesso frame – Part of a single owner collection 60 80
58 20th century British, abstract of bottles, oil on board, unsigned, 40cm x 58cm housed in a gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
59 20th century British, cattle grazing by a lane with cottage in the background, oil on canvas, unsigned, inscribed ‘VEJBY’ to the verso, 38cm x 49cm, housed in a gilt gesso frame with acanthus leaf and egg and dart moulding – Part of single owner collection 40 60
60 20th century British, woman and child beneath a tree with hens in the foreground, oil on board, unsigned, 50cm x 36cm, housed in gilt gesso frame – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
61 Dod Procter (1891 – 1975), portrait of a woman, oil on canvas, unsigned, name of artist inscribed to verso of canvas and frame, 67.5cm x 48.5cm, housed in a  painted and gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection 800 1200
62 Max Rheinhart, (late 19th/early 20th century) girl collecting water from a woodland stream, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 70cm x 54cm, housed in ornate gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection 200 300
63 The Hon.  Duff Tollemache (1859 – 1936), seascape with sailing boat on the horizon, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 46cm x 59cm, housed in gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection 200 300
64 Follower of Henri Theòdore Fantin-Latour (1836-1904), still life of chrysanthemums, oil on canvas, signed ‘Fantin’ lower right, 60cm x 49.5cm, housed in gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection 100 150
65 Henry Macbeth-Raeburn (1860 – 1947), still life of chrysanthemums in a bowl, oil on canvas, signed top left and dated 1884, 43cm x 59cm, housed in gilt gesso frame – Part of a single owner collection 150 250
66 B.Sampson, 20th century British, still life of fruit and flowers in a basket, oil on board, signed lower right, 49cm x 59cm, housed in painted frame – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
67 Piero Biagiolto (20th century, Italian)  abstract of a still life of fruit, oil on canvas, signed to the verso ‘P.F.Biagiolte, Fierenze,’ 70cm x 50 cm, housed in painted frame – Part of a single owner collection 50 60
68 20th century British, ‘St. Malo’, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed and titled en verso, 75cm x 38.5cm, housed in gilt and painted wooden frame – Part of a single owner collection 60 80
69 20th century British, still life of anemones, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed lower right, 54cm x 37.5cm, housed in reeded gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection 50 70
70 J R Samfats? (20th century), illustration of a blindfolded man and woman, possibly from Ali Baba and the forty thieves, watercolour and ink, signed lower right, 40cm x 27cm, framed and glazed – Part of a single owner collection 80 120
71 20th century, olive grove with hills in the distance, watercolour, indistinctly signed lower right, 34.5cm x 36cm, framed and glazed – Part of a single owner collection 20 30
72 S. Wood (20th century), farmland landscape with church in the distance, watercolour,  signed lower right,  23cm x 29cm, framed and glazed. S. Cooke? (20th century), ‘Wroxham Broad’, watercolour, signed lower right, 11cm x 16cm, framed and glazed (2 items) – Part of a single owner collection. 20 30
73 20th century British, pastel sketch of a portrait of a young woman from three aspects, initialled ‘AR’ to lower right, with Windmill Gallery, Tottenham Court Road, London, label to verso, 22.5cm x 37.5cm, framed and glazed – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
74 19th century British, still life of poppies, oil on canvas, monogrammed to lower right, ‘AVS’ and dated 1899, 45cm x 25.5cm, housed in gilt gesso and painted frame – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
75 L Stuart (20th century), roses, pair of oil on boards, each signed lower right, each 20cm x 25cm, housed in similar gilt gesso frames – Part of a private owner collection 80 100
76 20th century British, Lochside Castle, Scotland, watercolour, unsigned, 17.5cm x 23cm, framed and glazed.  E T Jacques (20th century), ‘Plymouth Sound’, watercolour, monogrammed ‘ETJ’ to lower left, with attribution and title en verso, 17.5cm x 31.5cm, framed and glazed (2 items) – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
77 20th Century British, impressionistic scene of a man on a river bank amongst willow trees, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed to lower left, possibly ‘P Thorp’, 29cm x 39cm, housed in gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
78 Late 19th century British, landscape with trees in the foreground, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed lower left, 24.5cm x 34.5cm, housed in gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
79 R? Stone (late 19th / early 20th century), figures in a wooded glade, oil on canvas, signed lower right 35cm x 29.5cm, housed in gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
80 Patrick Lambert Larking (1907 – 1981), still life of flowers between candlesticks, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 39.5cm x 50cm, housed in painted gesso frame – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
81 Elza Karrisoo (20th century, Latvian), pansies, oil on board, signed and dated 1962, lower right, 24cm x 34cm, housed in limed oak frame – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
82 T Wood (20th century), haymaking, watercolour, signed lower right, 25cm x 36.5cm,  framed and glazed. 20th century, meandering stream, watercolour, bears monogram lower right, ‘JF’, 19cm x 28cm, framed and glazed (2 items) – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
83 Charles Holroyd (1861-1917), ‘The pines of Hampstead Heath’, etching, signed lower left, titles en verso, 20cm x 15cm, framed and glazed.  George Huardel-Bly (b. 1872), a country road with village in the distance, etching, signed lower left and inscribed ‘proof 49 (Jap.)’, 25cm x 15cm, framed and glazed (2 items) – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
84 20th century British, lady seated beneath a tree, oil on board, unsigned, 50cm x 36cm, housed in gilt gesso frame – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
85 18th century portrait of a young girl, oil on canvas, 46cm x 38.5cm, glazed and housed in ornate oval gilt gesso frame – Part of a private owner collection 150 250
86 19th century British, ‘Alloa Fair, behind the scenes’, oil on panel, titled lower left, title and dated 1884 en verso, unsigned, 34cm x 24cm, housed in ornate gilt gesso frame – Part of a single owner collection 70 100
87 Early 20th century British, riverside hamlet, oil on board, unsigned, 24.5cm x 34.5cm, housed in gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection 50 70
88 George Graham (20th century), autumnal wooded scene, oil on canvas, signed to lower left with indistinct date, 24cm x 34cm, housed in gilt frame with egg and dart moulding – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
89 19th century Continental, sailing boat beside a quay being unloaded, with castle on hill top in distance, oil on canvas, unsigned, 30cm x 41cm, housed in gilt frame with gesso detail – Part of a single owner collection 80 120
90 20th century British, still life of chrysanthemums in a vase, oil on canvas, unsigned, 34.5cm x 19cm, housed in ornate gilt gesso frame – Part of a single owner collection 20 30
91 Clare Atwood (20th century), ‘White Roses’, oil on board, signed lower left and dated ’50, exhibition label from the New English Art Club with artist’s name, address in Tenterden, title of work and original price en verso, 37cm x 45.5cm, housed in gilt frame – Part of a single owner collection 80 120
92 Elsie Hall, still life of fruit, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1905, 33cm x 51cm, housed in gilt frame with gesso detail – Part of a single owner collection 80 120
93 Alfred George Morgan (1848 – 1930), cliff face with rock pools in the foreground and town in the distance, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 40cm x 49cm, housed in white painted and fabric frame – Part of a single owner collection 100 200
94 Alfred H. Vickers (1853 – 1905), lakeland scene with figure in the foreground, oil on canvas, indistinctly signed lower left and dated 1888, 20cm x 30cm unframed – Part of a single owner collection 80 120
95 Thomas Buford Meteyard ( 1865 – 1928 ), spot lights against city skyline overlooking a river, watercolour,  signed lower right, 15.5cm x 22cm, framed – Part of a single owner collection 100 200
96 George Cole (1810 – 1883), rowing boats at a rivers edge with sailing boats in the distance, oil on panel, signed  ‘G. Cole’  lower right with indistinct date, bears indistinct description to the back, 20.5cm x 35.5cm, unframed – Part of a single owner collection 150 250
97 Thomas Buford Meteyard (1865 – 1928), ‘The sinking sands’, watercolour, signed lower right, with Fine Art Society exhibition label dated 1922, 27.5cm x 38cm, unframed – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
98 Thomas Buford Meteyard (1865 – 1928), city skyline overlooking docks, signed lower right, 18cm x 12.5cm, framed and glazed – Part of a single owner collection 80 120
99 Andrew Healey Hislop (1887 – 1954), street steps with figures shopping, etching, signed lower left, 39cm x 19.5cm, unframed – Part of a single owner collection 20 30
100 Pauline Logan, ‘Hollow Walls Farm’, Rock Hill, Staplecross, limited edition wood engraving, signed and numbered 2/50, lower left, titled en verso with artist’s name and address, 25cm x 29.5cm, unframed – Part of a single owner collection 10 20
101 Harry Bright (1846 – 1895), Bullfinch, pencil and watercolour, signed lower right and dated 1887, 30cm x 25cm, unframed – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
102 A collection of 19th century and later original unframed studies on paper and card, various mediums – Part of a single owner collection 40 50
103 Robert Walker Macbeth (1848 – 1910), travelling musicians seated in a country churchyard, etching, signed lower left, published in 1903, 36cm x 46cm, unframed – Part of a single owner collection 20 30
104 Henry Sheppard Dale (1852 – 1921), abbey ruins, etching, signed lower right, 20cm x 30.5cm, Henry G Walker (20th century),  figures on cobbled street with harbour in the distance, etching, signed lower right, 25cm x 20cm.  Elsie Vera Cole (1885 – 1968), ‘Britons Arms, Elm Hill, Norwich’, etching, signed lower right, 21cm x 14cm, all unframed, and a large assortment of unframed 18th century and later prints – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
105 A small oil on panel of Edward the confessor, 17.25 x 12cm – Part of a single owner collection 50 60
106 Ethel Louise Rawlings (20th century), still life of flowers in a vase, oil on canvas, signed to lower left, RBA label to the verso inscribed ‘Spring’, 60cm x 73cm, housed in an ornate gilt gesso frame – Part of a single owner collection 60 80
107 20th century British, study of a nude lady, oil on board, unsigned, 76cm x 50cm, housed in a gilt frame with gesso detail – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
108 20th century British abstract still life of items on a kitchen table, oil on board, unsigned, 100cm x 76.5cm, unframed – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
109 An early 20th century oak dresser, the moulded cornice above a shaped pelmet, the back with two plate shelves with shaped supports, the base with two frieze drawers above two moulded panel cupboard doors on a moulded plinth base 190cm x 106cm x 50cm – Part of a single owner collection. 50 60
110 A mid 19th century oak dresser base, the two planked top with breadboard ends above three panelled frieze drawers with bun handles, on turned supports and stretchers with bun feet, 79cm x 150 x 68cm – Part of a single owner collection. 150 200
111 An early 20th century oak two door wall cupboard, each door with oak leaf carved panels with decorative brass hinges and escutcheon, flanked by arched recesses, above a single shelf with shaped supports, 57cm x 121cm x 18cm – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
112 A large 20th century pine free standing corner cupboard, the upper section with an arched panel door enclosing two shelves, above a rectangular panel door enclosing a single shelf, raised on bracket feet, 190cm x 78cm x 44.5cm – Part of a single owner collection. 150 200
113 A large black and gilt chinoiserie decorated 30 hour tavern clock, the painted dial with Roman numerals, the case painted with scrolling foliage, the panelled door decorated with a pergoda, trees and figures to the foreground,  147cm x dial 72cm diameter x 18cm – Part of a single owner collection. 300 400
114 A late 18th century carved jointed sideboard, the moulded planked top with carved foliate borders above three carved frieze drawers with brass swan neck handles and escutcheons, over a central panel dated 1762, flanked by two moulded cupboard doors with carved panels, a central carved panel, over a carved plinth raised on block feet  85cm x 181.5cm x 47.5cm – Part of a single owner collection. 250 350
115 An ornate Edwardian walnut inlaid breakfront sideboard, the brass gallery with winged cherub two branch sconce, above two bow fronted line inlaid and crossbanded drawers with brass swan neck handles, flanked by two panelled doors with floral and ribbon inlay, the right door bearing an ivory plaque for makers Wylie and Lockhead Ltd. Glasgow, on tapering fluted supports 177cm including gallery x 175cm x 55cm – Part of a single owner collection. 400 600
116 A 19th century giltwood convex mirror, with ball decoration to frame with eagle surmount and foliate cresting 71cm x 47cm – Part of a single owner collection. 200 300
117 A Victorian mahogany occasional table, the shaped top with moulded edges and later inlaid chequer board panel, on twin slender baluster supports, cross stretcher and turned feet 67cm x 81cm x 38cm – Part of a single owner collection. 50 60
118 A mid 19th century mahogany bookcase, the moulded cornice above arch glazed panel doors enclosing three shelves above two panel cupboard doors on a moulded plinth. 226.5cm x 142.5cm x 43cm –  Part of a single owner collection. 400 600
119 An Edwardian mahogany revolving bookcase, the crossbanded top above the two tier book shelves on a cross platform and castor base 84cm x 49.5cm x 49.5cm – Part of a single owner collection. 100 150
120 A Victorian mahogany cabinet bookcase with broken arch pediment and dental frieze above a pair of astragal glazed panel doors enclosing three adjustable shelves above two panel cupboard doors on bracket feet. 230cm x99cm x 38.5cm – Part of a single owner collection 300 400
121 A set of eight Hepplewhite style mahogany dining chairs with wheatsheaf splayed splats, the carver with outscrolled arms, all with fluted square section supports and H shaped stretchers. 99cm x 50cm x 42cm – Part of a single owner collection. 300 400
122 A 19th century stained pine chest, the single plank rectangular top above two moulded panels with nail punch decoration, depicting knights and cherubs, fitted with heavy brass swing handles on a moulded and bar base 55cm x 119cm x 57.5cm –  Part of a single owner collection. 150 250
123 A George III flame figured mahogany bookcase, the moulded frieze cornice above Gothic arched glazed panel doors enclosing three shelves above two panel cupboard doors on turned bun feet.242cm x 152.5cm x 44.5cm. Part of a single owner collection. 500 700
124 An Edwardian mahogany two tier corner cupboard, the blind fretwork and moulded cornice above a pair of astragal glazed doors, each with upholstered interior and shelves raised on brackets supports 196cm x 80cm x 42.5cm – Part of a single owner collection. 100 150
125 A Victorian oak three branch hall stand, with eleven turned knob hanging pegs, above a turned and scrolled umbrella rest with original drip tray on plinth base,  200cm x 77cm –  Part of a single owner collection. 150 200
126 An early 19th century burr walnut breakfront bookcase with central doors lacking, flanked by two glazed pin hinged doors with maker’s label for Drudge & Co upholsterers and cabinet makers, Baker Street Portman Square, raised on plinth base, 105cm x 183.5cm x 40cm – Part of a single owner collection. 400 600
127 An early 19th century giltwood and gesso over mantel mirror, the moulded cornice above an acanthus leaf frieze, the rectangular plate flanked by reeded pilasters with scrolling acanthus leaf headers, 153cm x 95cm –  Part of a single owner collection. 200 300
128 A 19th century gilt pier table, the rectangular grey marble top above a carved and moulded drawer on s-shaped scrolling supports with faux marble panels, each raised on stepped plinth bases,  93cm x 136cm x 46cm – Part of a single owner collection. 150 200
129 An Edwardian circular mahogany inlaid three tier jardiniere stand on out swept supports,. 107cm x 33cm –  Part of a single owner collection. 40 60
130 A Victorian dome topped giltwood and gesso overmantel mirror, the moulded frame with leaf and berry supports, 129cm x 125cm – Part of a single owner collection. 100 200
131 A George III chest on chest, the moulded and coved cornice over two short and three long graduated drawers, the base with three long graduated drawers each with ornate brass escutcheons and swing handles raised on turned bun feet 167.5cm x 108.5cm x 60cm – Part of a single owner collection. 1500 2000
132 An 18th century giltwood and ebonised overmantel mirror with classical moulded frieze, above triple plates, flanked by acanthus and ribbon carved pilasters on scrolling leaf supports, 91cm x 159cm – Part of a single owner collection. 250 350
133 A late 19th century mahogany bookcase, the rectangular top above two lead glazed doors enclosing three shelves on a plinth base 111cm x 146.5cm x 33cm – Part of a single owner collection. 100 150
134 An early 19th century mahogany side table, the moulded top with three quarter gallery above three frieze drawers fitted with decorative brass swing handles and plates, on turned ringed baluster supports and castors,  80cm x 129cm x 51cm – Part of a single owner collection. 200 250
135 An Edwardian mahogany Sheraton revival press cupboard, the carved scrolling swan neck pediment over a dental and fretwork cornice. The upper section fitted with two inlaid panel doors with central oval fan shaped marquetry inlay, enclosing five clothes slides, the base with two short above three long graduated drawers each with fan shaped marquetry inlaid corners, with brass rococo style swing handles and escutcheon, raised on bracket feet, 249cm x 125cm x 65cm – Part of a single owner collection. 300 500
136 A 19th century painted pine dome top trunk with initials M.K. to lid, heavy iron handles and lock, on bar supports, 52cm x 96cm x 48cm – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
137 A late 19th century brass bed with serpentine top rail over stepped supports, raised on brass castors, 151cm x 137cm – Part of a single owner collection 100 150
138 A gilt and ebonised open armchair with bar and ball back, shaped and turned arms above a cane seat on ring turned outswept supports and stretcher 85cm x 57cm x 43cm, together with a mahogany ladder back armchair, the back with five inlaid ladders and shaped arms above a padded seat on tapering supports, 99cm x 50cm x 42cm plus a mahogany side chair with shaped top rail and carved splats above a padded serpentine seat on tapering supports, 90cm x 53cm x 47cm – Part of a single owner collection 60 100
139 A 19th century mahogany Canterbury with three dipped divisions and frieze drawer on turned supports with brass caps and castors,  50cm x 46cm x 36cm – Part of a single owner collection 50 80
140 A pair of early 19th century gilt wall mirrors, the shaped plates and moulded frames surmounted with floral swags and carved panelled base, 110cm x 38cm – Part of a single owner collection 80 120
141 A late 19th Regency style circular gilt framed convex wall mirror with ball shot border, 43cm diameter (including frame) – Part of a single owner collection 70 90
142 A 19th century mahogany writing table the reeded edged rounded corners above two frieze drawers opposing two dummy drawers on turned tapering supports,  75cm x 83.5cm x 50cm – Part of a single owner collection 80 120
143 A mahogany twin pedestal dining table the rectangular top with rounded corners and reeded edge, with additional leaf, on turned supports and outswept legs and castors, 74cm x 196cm x 98cm – Part of a single owner collection 150 250
144 A George III mahogany rectangular chest of drawers two short and three graduated cockbeaded drawers with ivory escutcheon, swing handles and lion mask plates raised on bracket feet, 95cm x 88.5cm x 51cm – Part of a single owner collection 150 200
145 A small early 20th century Regency style circular gilt frame convex wall mirror with ball shot border and ebonized inner slip, 30cm diameter (including frame) – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
146 An early 19th century mahogany bow front chest of drawers, the reeded edged top above two short and three long graduated drawers with brass swing handles and plates on bracket supports 106cm x 107cm x 58.5cm – Part of a single owner collection 180 220
147 A Victorian mahogany square section footstool the padded upholstered seat on squat carved scrolling cabriole legs with carved detail, 24cm x 40cm – Part of a single owner collection 80 100
148 A 19th century walnut framed wall mirror with applied gilt bronze cherub and swag decoration, 69.5cm high x 42.5cm wide – Part of a single owner collection 50 70
149 An Edwardian inlaid salon suite comprised of a two seater sofa with serpentine seat, shell carved and hand painted back and scrolling arms on carved cabriole supports and two matching side chairs, plus two matched side chairs with similar hand painted decoration – Part of a single owner collection. 200 300
150 A Victorian mahogany and green leather button back library chair with padded arms and serpentine shaped seat on leaf carved scrolling cabriole legs, 98cm x 67cm x 86cm –  Part of a single owner collection 200 300
151 An Edwardian mahogany bookcase, the moulded coved cornice over two quarter beaded glazed doors enclosing nine shelves with brass ring drop handles, above two base drawers on a plinth base, 213.5cm x 147cm x 36cm – Part of a single owner collection 250 350
152 THIS ITEM HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN – A hammered copper club fender, each box end with swag decoration, and padded seat revealing storage space- Part of a single owner collection 80 100
153 A set of mahogany library steps of spiral form with four tooled red leather insert steps and ring turned support with a brass finial, 118cm x 44cm –  Part of a single owner collection. 100 150
154 A George III mahogany cabinet bookcase, the moulded and coved cornice above two astragal glazed doors enclosing four shelves, the lower section fitted with three frieze drawers above a central cupboard door flanked by six short drawers raised on a plinth base  239cm x 138cm x 52cm – Part of a single owner collection. 500 700
155 A 19th century burr wood breakfront library bookcase, the moulded cornice and plain frieze over four glazed beaded panel doors each enclosing four shelves and each flanked with mahogany pilasters, raised on a moulded plinth base, 198cm x 246.5cm x 33cm – .Part of a single owner collection 1500 2000
156 A Victorian mahogany inverted breakfront twin pedestal sideboard, the central drawer with carved rosette,  flanked by two short drawers, each pedestal door decorated with carved column mouldings raised on a plinth, 185cm x 61cm 94cm – Part of a single owner collection 150 250
157 A George III and later mahogany linen press, the top section with egg and dart moulded cornice above a pair of flame mahogany cross banded panel doors, the lower section fitted with two short dummy drawers above two long cross beaded drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet, 131.5cm x 59cm x 205.7cm – Part of a single owner collection. 300 400
158 A George III walnut cross banded fall front bureau, the fall enclosing a series of drawers and pigeon holes, the base with sliding panel revealing storage compartment, the chest base fitted with two short and two long graduated drawers with brass swing handles on bracket feet, 69.8cm x 44.5cm x 83.8cm –  Part of a single owner collection. 300 400
159 A 19th century oak peg jointed serving table, the two plank top fitted with gallery over three panelled drawers with brass knob handles and panel sides, raised on turned baluster supports and three quarter stretchers, 127cm x 46.4cm x 97.2cm – Part of a single owner collection 150 250
160 A 20th century oak twin pedestal desk, the tooled brown leather top above three frieze drawers, each pedestal fitted with three panelled drawers with brass swing handles on a plinth base,  75cm x 137.5cm x 77.5cm – Part of a single owner collection 120 180
161 A 20th century mahogany circular revolving two-tier bookcase on quadreform base and casters. 83cm x 56cm –  Part of a single owner collection 100 150
162 A 19th century mahogany chequer strung wardrobe, the dome top pediment above three interlocking bevelled mirrored doors enclosing hanging space above the central panel mirrored door enclosing two further mirrored doors and hanging space, two drawers flanked on each side by domed panel doors, on bracket plinth base, 218.5cm x 54.6cm x 185.4cm – Part of a single owner collection. 300 400
163 A 19th century mahogany linen press, the upper section with flame mahogany cross banded and ebony strung panel doors with ivory shield shape escutcheons enclosing hanging space and lacking slides, the chest base of two short over two long cockbeaded drawers fitted with Gothic style drop handles and ivory escutcheons and raised bracket feet, 217cm x 122.5cm x 53.5cm – Part of a single owner collection. 350 450
164 A large Victorian oak wardrobe with moulded cornice over two three panelled doors, with panelled sides on a two drawer plinth base, 204cm x 152cm x 64cm – Part of a single owner collection. 200 300
165 A 19th century mahogany hall chair, the scrolling carved back above a solid moulded seat on fluted sabre legs, 86cm x 42cm x 40cm – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
166 An early 19th century mahogany dining chair, the shaped top rail over a scrolled pierced splat, the padded wool work seat above chamfered supports and stretchers, 101cm x 54cm x 44cm –  Part of a single owner collection 50 80
167 A pair of 19th century mahogany waterfall bookcases, the moulded top over two shelves above a single drawer, raised on bracket feet. 107cm x 46.5cm x 29.5cm –  Part of a single owner collection 60 80
168 Two 19th century mahogany dining chairs both with shaped top rails and pierced splats, the padded seats above chamfered supports and stretchers,  94cm x 54cm x 44cm and 94cm x 52cm x 43cm – Part of a single owner collection (2 items) 50 80
169 A 20th century Regency style circular gilt metal  framed convex wall mirror with ball shot border 40.5cm diameter (including frame) – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
170 A Victorian mahogany candle box, 30cm high x 30cm wide – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
171 A small carved wooden D-shaped gilt painted wall bracket with tapering fluted design, 32.5cm high x 23.5cm wide – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
172 A late 19th century Regency style circular gilt frame convex wall mirror with ball shot bordered and ebonized inner slip, 51cm diameter (including frame). Part of a single owner collection 80 120
173 An early 19th century mahogany eight day striking longcase clock with moulded pediment and circular glazed door enclosing a brass dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dials for minutes and seconds signed CHAs BROWN, EDINBURGH, the plain trunk door flanked by canted corners and plain rectangular plinth on bracket feet 198cm high – Part of a single owner collection 500 800
174 A late 18th/early 19th century eight day striking longcase clock with arched pediment and moulded glazed door enclosing a silvered dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial for seconds, signed Willm Clarke, Cerne., the shaped flame mahogany door flanked by fluted pilaster above a panelled plinth and bracket base,  228cm  high – Part of a single owner collection 1000 1200
175 A George III mahogany chest on chest, the upper section with classic cut frieze and blind fretwork, housing two short and three long cockbeaded drawers, the sides with fluted canted corners,  above the slide and three graduated cockbeaded drawers with brass swan neck handles on ogee bracket feet, 182.9cm x 111.8cm x 57.2cm – Part of a single owner collection. 600 800
176 The remainder of the sale which includes the Contents of a West Sussex Manor House will contain a good selection of silver, jewellery, furniture, pictures, ceramics and glass and will be uploaded onto the saleroom.com closer to the sale date 0 0
177 END OF PART ONE – PART TWO WILL CONTINUE IN THE BARN AFTER A SHORT BREAK 0 0
200 Two boxes of assorted die cast vehicles to include a Corgi James Bond Aston Martin DB85, a Dinky Observation Coach, a Dinky Leyland Comet plus other items  (2 boxes) 30 40
201 A set of six chrome oil lamps with tapered fluted columns (1 box) 10 20
202 Edward J Cherry FRSA (1886-1960), two etchings entitled ”The Upper Pool, London” and ”Land Gate, Rye”, signed artist’s proofs, label en verso (2 items) 30 60
203 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, oil on canvas, ‘To Reach Centre of the Earth’, unsigned 30 40
204 A print after Arthur J Elesley entitled ‘A Young Briton’, framed and glazed and another sentimental Victorian print (2 items) 10 15
205 ”A description of England and Wales”, second edition, published by T Carnon & F. Newbery Jnr. 1775, leather bound, ten volumes (1 box) 10 20
206 A pair of early 19th century hardpaste porcelain figural two light candlesticks modelled as a girl and boy seated amongst foliage, some restoration (1 box) 10 20
207 Two boxes of assorted ceramics to include hand painted cabinet plates, a pair of 18th century style bisque figures, a floral encrusted clock, a Royal Doulton blue and white jug plus other items (2 boxes) 30 50
208 Two 19th century watercolours depicting French bandsmen and an associated print, all similarly framed and glazed 150 200
209 A pen and watercolour of an interior scene by David Green entitled ”Confucius, Temple of Literature, Hanoi, Vietnam”, dated 1997, label to back, signed and dated 9.10.97, housed in an oak frame 10 15
210 Two hand coloured engravings of ships housed in bird’s eye maple frames, framed and glazed 40 60
211 A Royal Doulton ”The Coppice” tea set comprised of six cups and saucers, six side plates, cake plate, milk jug and sugar bowl pattern no V2105 25 30
212 A 1930’s octagonal Metamec electric mantel clock and an Art Deco 1930’s mantel clock with presentation plaque (2 items) 10 15
213 A set of silver plated fish servers and other silver plated cutlery 30 50
214 A large quantity of Meccano including original boxes and instructions 30 40
215 A large ornate brass mantel clock and a pair of matching five light candelabra 150 250
216 Four watercolours signed by J. T. Parry depicting mountain and lake scenes, together with a print of a seated lady holding a cat (5 pictures) 15 25
217 An oak peg jointed three section panel carved with lozenges and oak leaves 30 40
218 A set of Griffin & George Limited apothecary scales with brass and steel balances and Bakelite base complete with an oak glazed case 30 50
219 A quantity of plated and pewter ware to include goblets, chamber stick, commemorative salver, spill vase etc. 10 15
220 A collection of seven bubble glass ashtrays and bowls and a Poole Pottery jug 40 60
221 A 19th century French gilt spelter clock on alabaster base, housed in a domed glass case with ebonised base 150 200
222 An engraving, entitled ‘Chelsea’, depicting a bridge over the Thames at Chelsea, from an original etching by James McNeil Whistler – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 15 20
223 Rye interest, two engravings ”The Mermaid Inn” and ”Mermaid Street” both signed in pencil to lower right, Hodges, and signed and titled in pen to lower left border, housed in black lacquered frames – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 40
224 A large print of a pensive gentleman in battle dress, indistinctly inscribed and titled to the base, framed and glazed together with a print entitled ”Sunset in the Highlands” depicting  cattle drinking at a loch with mountains in the background, framed and glazed (2 items) 15 25
225 A pair of 1920s leather shoes, other shoes, hats, vintage nylon stockings and Toni hair curlers (2 boxes) 60 100
226 A pair of German bisque porcelain busts depicting a laughing and crying child, a Parian bust of Clytie and a Victorian bisque porcelain baby’s hand ornament (Some damage) 10 15
227 A ship’s brass binicle compass by C. Plath, Hamburg, together with a Walkers ”Trident” ship’s electric log and a Walkers ”Cherub” Mark III ship’s log 40 60
228 A 1940’s dome top mantel clock and another similar, a vault meter and a Bakelite cased thermometer (4 items) 10 15
229 A quantity of glassware to include a Victorian silver plated epergne, a Caithness ”Gold Crown” 1952-2002 limited edition 443/500 paperweight, four Victorian wine glasses, a ship’s decanter with white metal collar and stopper plus other glassware 30 40
230 An oil on canvas of children walking by a water mill, signed Talmadgeto to lower left and housed in a gilt frame 10 20
231 An oil on canvas of an alpine scene, indistinctly signed to lower right 50 60
232 A painting on silk of two Indian women playing musical instruments, together with an aquatint depicting Marshal Blucher, after Sir Thomas Lawrence PRA, and another print, all framed and glazed (3 items) 15 20
233 A Dresden hand painted dessert service with pierced and floral decoration together with a Crown Stafford blue ground dessert service decorated with various fruits (2 boxes) 30 40
234 A good assortment of pewter ware including tea and coffee pots,a butter dish, a jug and tankards (2 boxes) 30 40
235 ‘A New Mapp of the Kingdome of England, Representing the Princedome of Wales, and other Provinces, Cities, Market Towns, with the Roads from Town to Town’, sold by Visscher and John Overton, c.1694, hand coloured, 57cm x 49cm, framed and glazed 150 250
236 A framed oil on board of a pond and trees in autumn with a church and hills in the background, unsigned 10 20
237 Michael J Morris ”Ditchling” oil on canvas, signed to lower right 15 25
238 Madeline Hughes (19th and 20th century) a pair of watercolours of Continental scenes with mother and child in a market place and on a balcony overlooking the sea, one signed, housed in gilt mounts with ornate gilt gesso frames 40 60
239 A collection of ceramics including a wash jug and bowl 15 25
240 A cobbler’s shoe last, dachshund shoe scraper and assorted tools (1 box) 20 30
241 A Doulton Lambeth salt glazed Queen Victoria 1837-1897 commemorative jug, a  Doulton Lambeth tankard and teapot in the harvest pattern, plus a similar jug with hunting scene – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 50
242 Assorted silver plate, brassware and other metalware to include a three piece silver plated coffee set (1 box) 25 35
243 A collection of doll’s house furniture 30 40
244 An oil on board of a street scene, an etching entitled ”The Victory”, a framed and glazed watercolour of people on a bridge looking down into the water, signed nicole ’92 and one other print (4 items) 10 20
245 A 1930’s oak Smiths Enfield chiming mantel clock with chrome numerals 10 15
246 A Shorter & Sons Art Deco pottery fish service 30 40
247 A large quantity of Lego (2 boxes) 20 30
248 Ann Carr ”Pussy and three red tulips” oil on canvas, signed to lower right with gallery label to verso, housed in a painted wooden frame 20 30
249 A collection of vintage clocks and timepieces together with a selection of cased clock makers’ tools (2 boxes) 30 40
250 A collection of assorted ceramics to include two Staffordshire figural flat backs, a floral encrusted two branch candelabra, a Beswick horse and Siamese cat, a Royal Worcester leaf jug plus other items (2 boxes) 30 50
251 A Christopher D Arnold watercolour of a village river scene, together with a village scene watercolour signed E.T.M. 1920, plus another watercolour entitled ”Sharpenhoe Clappers” indistinctly signed to lower right 20 30
252 A British European Airways poster by Percy Drake Brookshaw (1907 – 1993) 50 60
253 A large oil on canvas of Victorian ladies and a child at the beach on a windy day, signed to the lower right, by P Rossi, housed in a gilt frame 10 20
254 A watercolour of 19th century continental ladies in a cellar, signed T.K.Green 20 40
255 An Ian Black ”Thirasia Island” Aegean Sea oil on board harbour scene, with paper inscription to back housed in a wood and gilt frame 30 40
256 A silver plated coffee pot, a silver plated ewer, two silver plated entree dishes plus other plated ware 30 40
257 A 1930s ebony dressing table set to include tray, clock, brushes, boot pull etc 10 20
258 A Johnnie Walker copper tray and a Cognac Martell brandy character jug 30 40
259 A vintage parasol with hammered silver handle, a holly wood walking cane with a greyhound carved horn handle plus two other canes 30 50
260 A Susie Cooper tea pot, cup and saucer, jug and sugar bowl (1 box) 30 40
261 A 1950s fitted vanity case and silver topped perfume atomizer and dressing table items 30 40
262 Gordon Stewart Cameron R.S.A (b.1916), a still life of daisies, poppies and nasturtiums,  signed to lower right. Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition 1976, label to verso, housed in an ornate gilt frame 150 250
263 An enamel Robertson Marmalade advertising clock 20 30
264 A Town Services double sided bus stop sign 20 30
265 A portrait of a sleeping gentleman, oil on canvas, unsigned, housed in a decorative wooden frame 25 35
266 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, an abstract cermaic bust of a woman, 17cm high and an abstract ceramic study of a seated woman, 28cm high 80 100
267 A silver plated cocktail shaker, two Mappin & Webb plated bowls with gradoon edges, an Elkington & Co plated cream jug and sugar bowl, a salt plus a Silbec plated tankard – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 20 30
268 A set of postal scales by Johnsons of Hendon and a wet and dry thermometer in case 20 30
269 A Perthshire millifori paperweight, an Irish green glass paperweight, another entitled ”Melting Pot” plus other paperweights (9 items) – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 20 40
270 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, ceramic bust of a man, 39cm high 80 120
271 An enamel Park Drive double sided advertising sign 45 65
272 A picture by Bernard Page of ships in an estuary with a windmill and the city to the background, signed to lower left and housed in an ornate gilt frame 20 30
273 Ann Carr ”Pussy and The Blue Jug”, oil on canvas, signed to lower right, with gallery label to verso, housed in a painted wooden frame 20 30
274 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, eight abstract pottery studies 100 150
275 A 1930s silver plated Walker & Hall tea set comprised of two teapots, coffee pots, water jug, two sugar bowls, cream jug and tray 50 80
276 A 19th century oval majolica game tureen, relief moulded with ducks, rabbits, vine and grapes 20 30
277 A collection of assorted tea and cigarette cards to include Brooke Bond, Will’s, Kelloggs etc. (1 box) 15 20
278 A collection of vintage and modern die cast vehicles to include Dinky, Lone Star, Corgi etc. (2 boxes) 40 60
279 A framed and glazed artist’s proof entitled ”Friedland 1807”, signed L. Ruet and two framed and glazed engravings showing events at Epsom Races 20 30
280 Arabian Days IV ”Antarah Bin Shadad”, ”The Hero”, Mahjoub H. Alawadh, framed colour print 20 30
281 A British Railways poster by Percy Drake Brookshaw (1907 – 1993) 50 60
282 Oscar Barbalan (1909 – 1987), oil on board of houses with a woman at the top of a ladder in front of a crowd of people, signed to top right ‘Barblan, Barcelona, B – 936’, framed 100 150
283 An oil on canvas of sailing boats signed, G Butten, and dated ’85 10 20
284 A Royal Doulton Tango pattern twelve place tea service (tea pot and cream jug lacking) 80 120
285 Two Edwardian silver plated biscuit boxes 30 40
286 Four pairs of Victorian babies booties, together with a pair of silk baby’s socks, a pair of child’s red leather and wooden shoes and associated baby items (1 box) 20 30
287 A collection of vintage soft toys to include a pre-1950’s straw filled plush teddy bear with jointed limbs, a hand made golly, a plush blonde rabbit with jointed limbs, a felt airman, a small Victorian Witches cat plus others (8 items) 80 120
288 An African carved hardwood mask together with a carved driftwood panel 20 30
289 A collection of ceramics and glass to include a Portmeirion ”Botanic Garden” vase, a Bristol blue Queen Elizabeth jubilee decanter, a Coalport ”Thomas Gainsborough” tankard, pressed glass fruit bowl plus other items (1 box) – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 40
290 Michael J Morris ”Stanmore Park” oil on canvas, signed to lower right 15 25
291 Douglas Falconer (1913 – 2004), oil on canvas, ‘Loch Tay, Perthshire, Scotland’, signed to lower right, titled and signed to verso, housed in an ornate gilt frame 40 60
292 A framed coloured print by Andy Warhol entitled ”The Art of Mickey Mouse” 20 30
293 Two coloured mezzotints entitled ‘Blind Girl of the Environs of Rome’ and ‘Country Girl of Tuscany’, both framed and glazed 10 20
294 Four 18th and 19th century coloured engravings 10 20
295 A reproduction Art Nouveau lily table lamp, another table lamp and a coloured glass lantern shade – Untested and sold as spares 30 40
296 A box of miscellaneous items to include a silver plated tea pot and cream jug, a copper crumb tray and brush, a tin plated pond yacht, a pair of brass binoculars plus other items 20 30
297 Miscellaneous ceramics to include a cherub centre piece, two Belleek jugs, Gouda vase, novelty cruet plus other items (2 boxes) 20 30
298 A Limited edition print 168/500 by Keith Woodcock entitled ”Overturning the Odds”, signed by Wg Cmdr Roland Beaumont OBE, DSO, DFC to lower left and Keith Woodcock to lower right, housed in a wood and gilt frame 30 40
299 A colour lithograph by W. Gauci of a painting by J B Pyne entitled ”Thirlmere & Wytheburn”, signed to lower right and housed in a  gilt frame 20 30
300 A hand coloured engraving after G Morland of a family outside a cottage with a church in the background, housed in a gilt and ebonised frame 10 20
301 Signed French mezzotint after Gaston Hoffman, entitled ‘Le Dernier Argument’, signed to lower right ‘Hoffman’, framed and glazed 10 20
302 Two boxes of assorted brass ware to include a good collection of horse brasses plus candlesticks, bells, animals, pots and other items (2 boxes) 30 40
303 Two boxes of assorted ceramics and glass to include a Masons ”Prince of Wales” ginger jar, Goss & Shelley crested ware, Carlton Ware lidded box,  hand painted Royal Worcester children’s cup plus other items (2 boxes) 20 30
304 A quantity of assorted plated cutlery to include King’s pattern knives and forks, E. Kingston & Co. servers, sugar tongs, fish knives plus other items (1 box) 15 20
305 A Masons ”Regency” pattern part tea set, a Royal Albert ”Old Country Roses” part tea set plus other tea ware (1 box) 20 30
306 A coloured mezzotint after George Moorland entitled ”The Thatcher” 10 15
307 A lithograph entitled ‘Le Chateau de Chillon’, framed 20 30
308 Hunting interest, four large colour prints depicting hunting scenes entitled ”The Meet”, ”The Run”, ”The Find” and ”The Kill”, all housed in oak frames 80 100
309 A pair of pastel sketches of children, both signed by the artist and dated 1994, Florence 10 20
310 Two 19th century glass display domes on ebonised stands and bun feet 40 60
311 A quantity of silver plated items, a cased set of silver plated teaspoons and sugar nips and a cased set of silver plated cocktail sticks with cockerel finials  (1 box) 20 30
312 Two albums of assorted first day covers (2 items) 20 30
313 A small brown leather portable writing case 20 30
314 Two silver plated Walker & Hall entree dishes, two toast racks and a tray (5 items, 1 box) 40 60
315 Two watercolour studies of irises in flower, both signed by the artist, DFM – Meadle, dated 1947 and 1952 15 20
316 A large quantity of Art Deco Walker and Hall silver plated cutlery fro six place settings 40 60
317 A Royal Albert ”Old Country Rose” fruit bowl and a matching two-tier cake stand 20 40
318 Two Hohner chromatic professional harmonicas, both in original cases, together with two pairs of cased sunglasses 40 60
319 A cased set of oriental tea bowls decorated with dragons 20 30
320 A box of miscellaneous items to include a German tin plate typewriter, a pair of 19th century barley twist candlesticks, a leather document case, a tin map case plus other items 30 40
321 An oil on canvas, still life of flowers, fruit and a wine glass, indistinctly signed to lower right and housed in a painted frame 10 20
322 Charles Cattermole (1832-1900), ‘Capture of a Cannon’, watercolour, signed to lower left, label to verso, housed in a gilt frame, 14cm x 43cm 150 250
323 20th century English School, ‘Bisham Abbey’, oil on canvas, unsigned, exhibitor label to verso, housed in a wooden painted frame, approx 62.5cm x 75cm – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 50 60
324 Two 19th century penny lick glasses, three wine glasses with air twist stems, five Waterford crystal champagne flutes, a Wedgwood jasperware lidded pot plus other glassware – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 40
325 A Euromax ”Avnhem” electric microscope Model No:- 85-5972 10 20
326 A box of assorted plated ware to include toast rack, tray, knife stand, sifter spoon plus other items (1 box) 20 30
327 Eleven small leather bound volumes of the Works of Shakespeare by Bradbury, Agnew & Co. together with two over painted prints of 18th century scenes, gallery labels en verso – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 20 30
328 A Lark model 4001 clarinet in case 30 40
329 A box of assorted metalware to include two pairs of brass candlesticks, pewter tankards and plates, a copper kettle plus other items (1 box) – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 20 30
330 A wooden fighting stick with bulbous end covered in metal studs 20 30
331 A carved ebony elephant head walking stick 40 60
332 A carved African wooden mask with brass inlay 40 60
333 A box of assorted plated ware to include a three piece tea set, salvers, rose bowl, bonbon dish plus other items (1 box) 20 30
334 A 20th century colour mezzotint entitled ”Tom Oldaker” huntsman to the Berkeley Hunt on ”Pickle”, signed in pencil Robert Houston to lower right and housed in a moulded gilt frame, approximately 38cmH x 50cmW – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 40
335 Three oils on board by Gartner presented to Frank J Martin on his retirement from SCM Proctor-Lewyt, June 4th 1970, all signed with attribution to  Rosemary Gartner en verso, housed in wood and gilt frames 240 260
336 Julia Wilson limited edition print 9/45 indistinctly titled to lower left, another Julie Wilson limited edition print entitled ”Nasturtium” 4/28, both signed to lower left together with another limited edition print entitled ”Saturation point” 21/28, possibly signed Ford 30 50
337 A pair of early 20th century oil on boards of lakeland scenes, housed in oval frames 10 20
338 K Bingley, 20th century English, ‘East Head’, Chichester Harbour, oil on board, signed to lower right and housed in a moulded, painted frame, 28.5cm x 49.5cm – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 40 60
339 Two oak carved Westminster chiming mantel clocks 15 20
340 After Chiparus, a resin Art Deco style figure of a belly dancer 10 20
341 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, large pottery vase 30 40
342 A brown leather ”Laufer” attaché case, a black leather attaché case, together with a brown leather document case 20 30
343 Three boxes of miscellaneous items to include a cased microscope, a silver plated coffee pot, an oak biscuit barrel, a silver plated tray, pewter hip flask plus other items (3 boxes) 30 40
344 A large collection of vintage advertising tins to include Huntley & Palmer, MacFarlane, Lang, Harrods, Kellogg’s together with three Oxo advertising posters 30 50
345 Assorted ceramics to include Booths ‘Ming’ plates, bowl and tureen with lid (1 box) 30 40
346 A 1950s enamel bread bin, a set of ‘Carlton’ Salter scales and a Westminster bellows camera 20 40
347 A Victorian brass four branch ceiling light, various Victorian and later wall lights and sconces plus a 19th century copper flagon 30 40
348 A Wedgwood willow pattern part tea set together with an oriental tea set and other ceramics (1 box) 20 30
349 A brass and copper bell shaped coal bin, a brass and steel ship’s lantern No 455 by G. Bocock & Co., a copper water carrier and three 19th century hanging oil lamps (6 items) – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 50
350 A Ridgway Ironstone ”Canadiana” pattern part dinner set, a Crown Stafford oriental style coffee can, saucer and sugar bowl, Wedgwood ”Early Morning Milk” collectors plate plus other ceramic items (1 box) 10 20
351 A box of miscellaneous items to include an oak brass bound Edwardian hat box, an oak coopered spirit barrel, two hand painted trays depicting race horses ”Holyrood” 1936 and ”Black Amber” 1933, a vintage ”State Express” cigarette commode shape tin plus other items 40 50
352 A box of assorted ceramics to include a pair of hand decorated parrots, two Victorian vases, an oriental style twin handled vase plus other items (1 box) 20 40
353 An extensive Denby 1970’s dinner/tea/coffee service (3 boxes) 50 80
354 A large brass and alabaster table lamp, plus four other table lamps.  Untested and sold as spares (5 items) 30 40
355 A large ceramic dray horse and cart, wrought iron bird cage, a lacquered glove box, a miniature fretwork dressing table plus three ceramic horses etc. 20 30
356 A 19th century German hand painted dessert service and another dessert service plus two small engravings (1 box) 50 100
357 A pair of small cloissine lidded vases, a copper mould, an Edwardian ring neck decanter engraved with berries and leaves, a vintage Hodges stone ginger beer bottle plus other items (1 box) 20 30
358 Ceramic items including a large Franklin Mint game bird pattern bowl, a Franklin porcelain stein plus other items (1 box) 30 40
359 A collection of items to include a silver plated basket, a ceramic figural group, a vintage tin plate battery operated car, African figures, brass bed warmer plus other items 15 20
360 A collection of modern and vintage cameras and accessories 20 40
361 A box of ceramics to include Sylvac, Norritake and Royal Crown Derby 20 40
362 A large collection of 19th and 20th century brass table fixings and bolts plus a pine lidded box, possibly for a compass containing vintage wood screws etc. 20 30
363 An assortment of miscellaneous items including pictures, books, magic lantern slides, playing cards and leather box 20 30
364 Miscellaneous items including a barometer set in a circular stone surround, an oriental metal picture, a stoneware flagon from T. Phillips of West Malling, a copper kettle and a hot water heater (1 box and a flagon) 10 20
365 A hand painted floral part tea set, crested china, a Bavarian white and gilt tea and dinner service and other ceramics (2 boxes) 10 15
366 A 19th century  brass and iron companion set, two brass spit jacks, a brass doorstop, a collection of horse brasses plus other metalware (1 box) – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 40
367 Two boxes of assorted ceramics to include collectors plates, part tea sets, tankards, leaf dishes etc. (2 boxes) 15 20
368 Four gilt and glass carriage style interior lights. Untested and sold as spares (2 boxes) 10 20
369 A quantity of assorted plated ware to include coffee pots, candelabra, toast racks, tankards plus other items (1 box) 15 20
370 A khaki cotton safari-style military shirt bearing the label Thai Sing Tailor 14 M.S.Changi Point, Singapore together with two khaki safari jackets, both bearing gilt buttons one showing an anchor, the other with a shell together with a canvas safari hat (1 box) 10 15
371 A set of three prints depicting Kentish agricultural scenes and five others (8 items) 10 20
372 A brass bed warming pan, other brass ware, two stoneware bottles, fire irons etc. 30 40
373 A collection of assorted pictures and prints (1 box plus other pictures) 10 20
374 A Victorian blue and white wash jug and bowl and other ceramics (1 box) 20 30
375 Miscellaneous items comprised  of a brass pot stand, textiles and glassware (1 box) 20 30
376 A Michael Cardew (1901-1983) lidded studio pottery bowl for Wenford Bridge Pottery, bowl and lid decorated in a brown glaze with fish decoration, with impressed Michael Cardew and Wenford Bridge marks, 14cm high x 20cm diameter 300 350
377 A blue glazed 1930s Pilkington’s ovoid shaped vase, E.T.R stamped to base 60 80
378 A 19th century silver plated twin handled presentation trophy tankard inscribed ”TBC Athletic Sports 1863 200 Yards Consolation Stakes. 15 started. Won by W.H.M. Carthew” with red flashed glass base, the other similar inscribed ”TBC Scratch Eights 1st Division, 4 Boats Started Nov 29 1862”, with crew’s name below 40 60
379 A Royal Doulton ”Monty” character jug, D6202, together with a small ”Robin Hood” character jug, D6354 (2 items) – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 20 30
380 A Murano style glass centre piece 20 30
381 A 1930’s/1940s Clew’s & Co Chameleon pattern ovoid shaped vase 15 20
382 Four Victorian hand painted turquoise coloured glass vases (4 items) 15 20
383 A 20th century cut glass celery vase on a silver knopped circular base – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 40 50
384 Two Royal Doulton ”Winston Churchill” Toby jugs (2 items) – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 20 30
385 Two Crown Devon musical tankards, one for George VI Coronation and the other ”On Ilkla Moor Baht’ at” 30 40
386 A mid 20th century oak cased canteen of cutlery 30 40
387 A set of twelve mother of pearl handled fruit knives and forks housed in an oak case, a silver topped scent bottle, two silver handled butter knives, a floral engraved bangle marked ‘silver’ plus other items 30 50
388 A cased set of ‘The Guard’s Regiments’ silver snuff boxes, all with certificates of authenticity 100 150
389 A four piece silver plated tea set with zodiac decoration by James Shaw and Fisher, Sheffield 1872-94 80 100
390 A 19th Century Minton majolica pierced fret work bowl 70 100
391 A Georgian sarcophagus shaped rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid tea caddy with mixing bowl 250 300
392 A large Sylvac green glazed seated Scottish Terrier with blue glazed eyes, nose and collar, number 1209 together with a small Sylvac green glazed rabbit, number 990 30 50
393 A tall cameo glass vase with Chinese character signature 50 60
394 An 19th century Wedgwood blue jasperware cheese bell 100 200
395 A 1950s/1960s Murano cased glass pyramid shaped table lamp with blue and red internal decoration 20 40
396 A 19th century Staffordshire flatback together with a Staffordshire figure of a lady (2 items) 20 30
397 A Royal Doulton blue and white ”Children Series Ware” vase 60 80
398 Three early 19th century Bristol blue oil decanters to include Soy, Anchovy and Lemon, housed in a turned lignium vitie circular stand plus two associated stoppers – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 50 70
399 A Dinky Supertoys Blaw Knox Bulldozer 20 30
400 A collection of six Goebels Hummel porcelain figures 70 90
401 Two Coalport limited edition porcelain figures ”Best Friends” and ”The Boy” (2 items) 30 50
402 A novelty drinks dispenser and glasses 20 30
403 A pair of 19th century French gilt bronze and champleve enamel urns 120 150
404 A 19th century French gilt, bronze and champleve enamel inkwell 80 100
405 Four 19th century papier machè circular lidded pots depicting a battle scene, a landscape, a grotesque gentleman and a musical scene – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 40 50
406 Two 19th century hand painted oval porcelain plaques, one depicting a young boy, the other a young girl, both housed in copper frames and bearing inscription to verso – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 50 70
407 A 19th century walnut travelling nècessaire, the hinged lid revealing a fitted jewellery tray above four cut glass scent bottles over three small drawers on a plinth base 60 100
408 A collection of crystal animals with a brass and glass cabinet 20 40
409 A Bing clockwork ”King Arthur” 4-6-0 locomotive, running number 773, for the British market together with tender plus two Hornby carriages and associated track (1 box) 100 150
410 A 19th century ornately engraved bronze sun dial, possibly German 20 30
411 A WWII Japanese Samurai sword with leather scabbard, housed in a fitted wooden box with presentation card from the Admiral Lord Mountbatten 100 150
412 A 19th century percussion cap musket together with a 19th century Pryce & Redmond early breaking shotgun 100 150
413 A Royal Copenhagen porcelain figure of a boy 30 50
414 Four modern Royal Doulton figurines; ‘Anne Boleyn’, ‘Mary’, ‘Gillian’ and Anne of Cleves’, with three boxes 50 80
415 A 20th century Indian neillo box, the lid housing two hand painted portraits of a man and a woman, in fitted box 10 20
416 A rare Goebels 1930s band figure decanter playing the saxaphone together with a Goebels Friar decanter 100 130
417 A vintage salesman’s swab catalogue for lace and other materials 20 30
418 A pair of large 19th century Mason’s Ironstone Imari pattern jugs decorated with serpent shaped handles 20 30
419 A Dresden twin handled urn and matching posy vase decorated with green scallops and floral sprays 30 50
420 A Victorian theodolite and stand by John Quail & Co 70 90
421 LOTS 421 – 424 ARE NO LOTS 0 0
425 A blue ground Chiraz runner 68cm x 230cm 30 40
426 A Black Forest carved wood panel, depicting a huntsman and a lady picking mushrooms 30 40
427 An air raid warden’s helmet and a WWII National Fire Service helmet 40 50
428 A novelty coat hook in the form of a rifle 10 20
429 A navy blue military blazer by Hector Powe together with a pair of navy service trousers, a pair of white cotton twill trousers, formerly owned by Cdr. J.K.Pearsall R.N. and two white cotton shirts (5 items) 10 15
430 A gentleman’s Moss Bros mourning suit 10 20
431 A 1970s black and white woollen reversible cloak 25 35
432 A pair of Bisque porcelain doves seated on tree stumps 20 30
433 A stainless steel steamer trunk 20 40
434 A 1930s black steamer trunk 30 40
435 A modern pine framed rectangular wall mirror 10 20
436 A 19th century Cassell leather bound family Bible containing the Old and New Testaments – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 20 40
437 A brass and wood bound steamer trunk 30 40
438 A green painted military wooden trunk inscribed ” The Property of the Canteen Stores” 20 30
439 An Art Deco five branch Bakelite ceiling light with flaming torch glass shades 50 60
440 A large oriental porcelain fish bowl jardiniere 20 30
441 A deer foot handled walking stick, a wooden curlew carved hiking stick and a carved pheasant handled hiking stick 30 50
442 A Wedgwood pottery table lamp – Untested and sold as spares 10 15
443 A Victorian cast iron black painted umbrella stand  – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 80 120
444 An antler handled walking cane, the handle carved as a Pointer dog, another cane with carved dog handle plus another antler handled cane 40 60
445 A pottery elephant garden seat 20 40
446 A three-tier chromed Art Nouveau cake stand 30 40
447 A cased modern violin and bow with interior maker’s label 20 30
448 A small pine chest 20 40
449 A 19th century brass twin handled milk container of cylindrical form embossed ”Dried Milk Products Ltd., Totnes” – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 40 60
450 A coopered sherry barrel on a stand 20 30
451 A large two-handled copper – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 80 120
452 An Edwardian mahogany coal scuttle with carved panel door and brass carrying handle together with a 1930s mahogany three-tier folding cake stand 20 30
453 An early 20th century oak collector’s cabinet fitted with three short drawers above one long drawer, enclosed by two glazed panel doors, on a plinth base 30 50
454 A brass and glass hexagonal terrarium on pine base 20 30
455 An African hardwood carved mask with shell inlay 50 70
456 A blanc de chine Chinese figural lamp – untested and sold as spares 30 50
457 A pair of large hardwood fluted candlesticks plus one other (3 items) 20 30
458 A plaster bust of a clown together with a plaster bust of a classical maiden 20 30
459 A 1930s oak folding cake stand 10 15
460 A Victorian walnut writing slope with fitted interior and tooled velvet slope 30 50
461 A 19th century Italian Faience pedestal, 59cm high 100 150
462 Two copper coal scuttles, a brass log basket with lion mask handles and paw feet, plus a brass bed warmer with a turned mahogany handle together with one other (5 items) – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 50
463 An early 20th century oak desk cabinet with tambour front enclosing four sliding shelves above two carved drawers 20 30
464 An Edwardian mahogany coal purdonium, the panel front with inlaid decoration, brass handles and shovel 20 30
465 Three copper companion sets and a 12 inch iron skillet 15 20
466 An African carved hardwood mask with brass inlay 40 60
467 An early 20th century gilt plaster standard lamp modelled after an Italian alter floor standing candlestick with moulded column on a tri-form scrolling base, 153cm – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 50 70
468 A late 19th century/early 20th century red painted papier mache Hessian and leather bound charge carrier, the body painted with the Royal Arms of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, 50cm high together with two 1936 brass shell cases – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 80 120
469 A Victorian marble and slate mantel clock 20 30
470 A cast iron circular mirror with floral swags and coat hooks 15 20
471 A coopered brass bound stick stand 60 80
472 An iron bound dome top 19th century chest 25 35
473 A 19th century wrought iron armorial with intertwined initial of V R (possibly for Victoria Regina) – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 70 90
474 A large 19th century rectangular oak wall mirror with bevelled edge plate and carved strap work frame – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 20 30
475 A Victorian rosewood writing slope 30 40
476 A large Victorian over painted Crown Devon style ovoid vase 40 60
477 A Victorian style giltwood overmantel mirror 20 30
478 A carved ebony elephant head walking cane, with ivory tusks 60 80
479 A pair of large Victorian mahogany pierced and carved brackets decorated with floral swags and grapes – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 150
480 A terracotta slip glazed table lamp, untested and sold as spares, together with three matching vases and a fruit bowl (5 items) 20 30
481 Six hand carved hazel hiking sticks (6 items) 30 50
482 A collection of 44 proof copies of Royal Mint coins of the World 60 100
483 Miscellaneous items to include a bronze shop bell, a brass fishing reel, assorted coins of the World dating from the 19th century plus other items 20 30
484 Two 19th century small hand painted porcelain dishes depicting young men 70 100
485 A 1920s/1930s Wade cellulose figure of Snow White 20 30
486 A ceramic figure of Ellen Terry cast as Lady Macbeth, unknown maker 80 120
487 A Rene Lalique amethyst glass ‘Faucon’ car mascot, modelled as a falcon, moulded ‘R LALIQUE’, etched No.1124 and ‘FRANCE’, 15.5cm high and a Breves Galleries Rene Lalique mascot mount, 6.8 centimetres inside diameter nickel plated, round with bulb, socket, wiring, mounting ring, screw and bolts with original illuminated Lalique Mascot Mount including amber, red, orange, yellow and blue coloured lenses 1800 2200
488 A post second world war Lalique glass pin dish with a central frosted bird figurine, with etched mark to base 50 70
489 A pair of Lladro porcelain cherub heads 15 20
490 Two glass scent bottles with silver collars and a cut glass pepperette with silver lid, other small silver items, a beaded handbag, picture frames and other miscellaneous items (1 box) 40 60
491 A miniature Crown Stafford porcelain loving cup and lidded pot, a 19th century heart-shaped enamel box, a silver inlaid tortoiseshell ladies etui and gentleman’s card case, a horn snuff box and other items (1 box) – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 150
492 An Art Deco enamel and engine turned silver mirror and comb, an ivory concentric ball, an 18 carat gold pin approximately 3 gms, a carved ivory necklace plus other items 60 80
493 An 18th century framed silhouette of a gentleman and a daguerreotype (2 items) 80 120
494 A small Chinese terracotta teapot with relief moulding of vines and grapes – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 20 30
495 A Tonbridge ware pin cushion of rectangular shape with velvet cushion and maker’s label to base for Edmund Nye, Mount Ephraim and Parade 60 80
496 A collection of Britains lead guardsmen (1 box) 10 20
497 A collection of bone and ivory items, a tortoiseshell box, a pipe and case, two dress stud sets, a snuff box and other items (1 box) 25 35
498 A Parker 51 Fountain pen, a chubby Waterman fountain pen plus two other Parker Fountain pens (4 items) 20 40
499 A gilt champleve enamel and marble wall hanging Holy water font/stoop 50 60
500 A silver sherry bottle label, four white metal salts, a Victorian photograph frame, four silver charms, two ladies wrist watches plus other items 20 30
501 A hand painted miniature on ivory together with a collection of small ivory items to include a necklace, a bangle, pierced panels etc. 40 60
502 A collection of assorted costume jewellery including turquoise, garnet and citrine beaded necklaces, marcasite and paste set jewellery, ivorine beads, Scottish agate cloak brooch and a jade and yellow metal ring stamped ’18K’ 30 50
503 A collection of pre-1947 ‘silver’ coins, a quantity of costume jewellery, and silver coloured metal bracelets 40 50
504 A collection of autographed photographs to include David Essex, Leo Sayer, Hank Marvin, Ian McShane plus others 80 120
505 An 18th century miniature of a gentleman on ivory in ebonised frame 100 200
506 An Oriental magnifying glass together with a Jack Daniels hip flask and a vintage tin plate motor bike 20 30
507 A gentleman’s wrist watch marked Ellesse together with a gentleman’s Adidas wrist watch 20 30
508 Two cigarette lighters both modelled as cameras 20 30
509 An amethyst necklace, the oval faceted beads interspersed with small citrine beads,a 9 carat gold baguette cut amethyst ring, set either side with tiny illusion set diamonds, and one other 9 carat gold ring 60 80
510 A tin vanity case and assorted costume jewellery 50 60
511 An Edwardian silver  sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, Birmingham 1905, with hinged lid, 10cm long x 7.2cm wide x 8cm high,   6.45ozt,  200.7gms 90 110
512 A small 20th century circular silver salver, London 1935, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, with Chippendale border on three scroll feet, engraved with the crest of the Defence Services Staff College at Camberley, 20.8cm diameter, 14.405 ozt, 448.2 gms 200 220
513 A 20th century small Britannia silver circular tray London 1935, by the Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd with Chippendale border on three scroll feet, 15cm diameter,  6.225 ozt,  193.7gms 90 110
514 A set of six silver handled dinner knives, London 1892, by Francis Higgins, originally from the Camden family who lived at Bayham Abbey, each engraved with the Camden family motto, in latin which translates as ‘The judgement of our peers or the law of the land’, and other silver cutlery from the same source 80 100
515 A 20th century silver caddy spoon, Sheffield 1945, maker’s mark ‘DNH & S’ with pierced pattern to handle,  8cm long, 0.705 ozt, 22gms 25 35
516 A Victorian silver sugar bowl and spoon, London 1898 by James Wakeley & Frank Wheeler, the bowl embellished with ornate repoussè work depicting flowers and fruit, on a pierced pedestal base, the pierced spoon with matching decoration. Approx 11cm diameter x 7.5cm high, 6.165ozt 191.8gms gross 90 110
517 A Georgian silver two handled sugar bowl, London 1824, maker’s mark ‘TSTM’, embossed with floral pattern, raised on four paw feet, 15cm overall diameter, 9cm high,  12.99 ozt  404.1 gms 180 220
518 A boxed 20th century silver cruet, Sheffield 1964, the salt and pepper pots urn shaped with domed tops, approximately 10cm high, the mustard has a scroll handle on a rising circular base and hinged domed lid, approximately 6cm high, with glass liner and mustard spoon, Sheffield 1960. Total weight for four items (excluding liner) 4.465 ozt  139 gms 60 70
519 A 20th century silver bowl, London 1912, by Mappin & Webb Ltd., 28.3cm diameter, with lobed body and scroll rim, 13.5 ozt,  422 gms 140 160
520 Three silver rat-tailed pattern table spoons, originally from the Camden family who lived at Bayham Abbey, each engraved with a coronet and the initial ‘B’, London 1920, 7.45ozt, 231.8g 60 80
521 A pair of Victorian novelty porcelain eyes, one at fault 15 20
522 A pair of miniature bronze figures of Nelson and Napoleon (2 items) 40 60
523 A silver mounted amber cheroot holder, a miniature purse, a silver and mother of pearl folding fruit knife and other items 60 80
524 A large oval amber pendant and chain, a smaller amber pendant and chain and a pair of unclarified amber drop earrings 40 50
525 A collection of Victorian and later silver and costume jewellery, housed in a red Moroccan covered jewellery box and a collection of wrist watches including a Waltham example 50 80
526 A collection of 14 Victorian and later stick pins including a banded agate pin, a micromosaic pin, a gold mounted agate pin, a gold operculum shell pin and other gold, silver and paste set examples 100 200
527 A gilt metal paste set keepsake pendant and chain, the oval pendant cast with the figure of a woman with laurels, 7.5cm, the reverse set with glazed keepsake panel, suspended from a double belcher link chain 40 60
528 A 9 carat gold and diamond double heart pendant on fine chain, 2.6g, boxed, and a pair of rectangular rhodium plated cuff links, boxed 20 30
529 A double string of individually knotted cultured pearls with 9ct gold garnet and cultured pearl oval cluster set clasp, in need of re-stringing, 42cm long 60 80
530 Two Victorian carved shell cameo stick pins, carved with the head of a bearded man and the head of a classical maiden, and one other Victorian relief carved lava stick pin, carved with the head of a woman, boxed (3 items) 50 70
531 An early 20th century string of individually knotted graduated cultured pearls, with diamond set clasp, 57.5cm long, boxed 80 120
532 A late Victorian gold half pearl set necklace with barrel clasp, unmarked, 39.5cm long, 12.5g  with a matched Victorian gold and half seed pearl set stylised flower head pendant brooch, 2.5cm diameter, 5.4g, boxed 200 300
533 A turquoise and coral squash blossom American Indian necklace and another similar 50 80
534 An early 20th century 18 carat gold cased half hunter pocket watch, Chester hallmark with rubbed date letter, the white enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial, 400 450
535 A London 1908 Olympic Games participation medal, by Vaughton, in white metal, designed by Bertram Mackennal, with a winged figure of victory, and a quadriga winning a chariot race 300 400
536 A yellow metal torque bangle, stamped ‘750’, the ends set with small magnets, 50.6g 850 950
537 A Continental late 19th century 18ct gold cased keyless pocket watch, the white enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial, the case stamped ’18K’ with all-over chased decoration, 3.75cm diameter 150 200
538 A 9 carat gold gate link bracelet, with heart-shaped padlock clasp, Birmingham 1985, 16.2g 120 160
539 A gold plated double curb link bracelet with nine charms comprised of a 9 carat gold ‘In Emergency Break Glass’ box, a Chinese yellow metal fish, an enamelled yellow metal hat stamped ’14K Germany’, a yellow metal paste set slipper stamped ’14K’, a Victorian tiger’s claw charm, a carved jade Buddha charm, a yellow metal Chinese character charm stamped ’14K’, a 9 carat gold St. Christopher charm and a yellow metal and enamelled cow bell charm with French marks 80 120
540 A 14 carat gold diamond three stone ring, the round brilliant cut stones approximately 0.25, 0.60 and 0.25 carats, in claw setting, 3.6g 600 800
541 A synthetic colour change sapphire pendant and matching earrings, all with gold mounts, the pendant on square section herringbone link chain, 6.5g, and four 9 carat gold charms on a yellow metal chain, 8.1g 100 150
542 A ladies 18 carat gold cased bracelet watch, an Edwardian gold turquoise set arrow brooch, a silver ‘Mizpah’ brooch, two gold bar brooches and other jewellery 50 70
543 A modern 9 carat gold ruby and diamond dress ring, 2.4g 50 60
544 A Chinese carved Nephrite pendant depicting a fish on a lily pad, on green silk necklace 40 60
545 A late Victorian gold intaglio carved ‘Essex’ crystal stick pin decorated with a frog, the crystal cabochon 1.5cm diameter, the pin 7.5cm long, and another earlier stick pin, the oval crystal panel painted to the reverse with a fox’s head (2 items) 200 300
546 A late Victorian two tone gold heart-shaped multi-gem set ‘Regard’ locket,the front with vine leaf and fruit decoration set with a ruby, emerald, garnet, amethyst, another ruby and diamond, with beaded details to the edge and back, the inside housing a woven hair panel, 2cm wide, 7.1g 100 150
547 An early 20th century cultured pearl and diamond three stone bar brooch, the round brilliant cut diamonds each approximately 0.10 carats, the brooch 6.25cm long, and a green garnet set bar brooch, stamped ‘9C’, 5.25cm long, combined weight 5.6g 80 120
548 An early 19th century rectangular mourning brooch fitted with glazed woven hair panel, 2cm x 1.25cm 40 60
549 A modern 18ct bi-colour gold ruby and diamond set crescent brooch, the outside of the crescent set with 15 graduated oval mixed cut rubies, the inside set in white metal with nine small eight-cut diamonds, gross weight approximately 0.12 carats, London 1976, 2.75cm, 10.4g 300 400
550 A set of three Victorian oval dress studs, each with glazed woven hair panel and scrolling chased decoration, housed in original fitted box 120 160
551 A Victorian diamond and half pearl star brooch, the centre set with an old cut diamond approximately 0.12 carats, the eight points of the star interspersed with small five pointed stars, all-over set with half seed pearls, 3cm diameter, 6.3g 60 80
552 An Edwardian gold half seed pearl and amethyst openwork pendant, 4cm long, on fine chain, the clasp stamped ‘9CT’, 3.4g and a circular Edwardian openwork half seed pearl set pendant, 3.5cm long, stamped ’15C’, 2.8g on a fine gold plated chain 60 80
553 An early 19th century rectangular gold mourning brooch set with glazed central woven hair panel and tiny scrolling seed pearl initials, with eight cut jet surround, the back inscribed Lavinia Pike, died 6 Nov 1813, aged 9 years, 2.75cm x 2cm 50 60
554 A Victorian oval gold onyx and half seed pearl set pendant brooch, the reverse housing a keepsake panel, 3.5cm wide x 2cm long, 7g 50 70
555 A gentleman’s Waltham 15 jewel silver cased wrist watch, the case dated Birmingham 1935, the white enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial, with expanding strap 80 100
556 A pair of amethyst single stone ear studs, the backs stamped ’14K,’ and an amethyst yellow metal pendant and chain stamped ‘375’ 20 30
557 A 9ct gold Victorian style opal and diamond ring, the oval opals interspersed by four small round brilliant cut diamonds, 3.8g 60 80
558 A Victorian style bombè cluster turquoise ring, London 1967, 4.2g 40 60
559 A collection of 9 carat gold and yellow metal gem set earrings, three 9 carat gold rings and a single yellow metal chain, 28g gross, a wedding band with inscription dated 1896, 2.8g, a signet ring stamped ’14K’, 4g and a gold collar stud, 0.9g 250 350
560 Two high grade yellow metal twisted wire bangles, 19.4g 420 460
561 A 15ct gold diamond five stone gypsy set ring, the graduated old cut diamonds combined weight approximately 0.35 carats, 4.9g 220 280
562 Two modern 9ct gold opal set rings, 5.1g gross 60 80
563 A silver fox brooch in the style of Lea Stein, 7.5cm long 20 30
564 A 9ct gold bracelet, with heart-shaped padlock clasp, London 1969, 11.9g 100 120
565 A pair of 19th century Bohemian garnet circular drop earrings, 2.5cm long, and a pair of Victorian gold circular cabochon garnet drop earrings, 1.5cm diameter 100 150
566 A Victorian gold banded agate tie pin, 8.5cm long in fitted leather case 80 120
567 A string of individually knotted cultured pearls with 9 carat gold amethyst set heart-shaped padlock clasp, 8.8g, 41cm long 100 150
568 An Egyptian gold scarab pendant on fancy link chain and a pair of scarab drop earrings, 14.6g 150 250
569 A 22 carat gold band, 3g and a 9 carat gold band, 5.8g 110 120
570 A pair of modern Egyptian gold emerald and diamond half hoop earrings, each channel set with four round brilliant cut diamonds, combined weight per earring approximately 0.10 carats, and three baguette cut emeralds, 1.75cm long, 5.1g gross 150 200
571 A Victorian gold and seed pearl long chain, the graduated seed pearls interspersed with small gold links, with an oval gold clasp and safety chain, 147cm long 80 120
572 A 9 carat gold curb link gentlemen’s bracelet, 31.6g 280 320
573 A United States of America, gold 20-Dollar coin (Double-Eagle), 1925, Liberty standing facing, the reverse with eagle flying left, ‘In God we Trust’ beneath, housed in removable gold pendant mount, 36.8g gross 850 1000
574 An early Victorian gold, emerald, ruby and diamond mounted snake necklace with graduated scaly links, the clasp in the form of a snake’s head with foliate engraved head, set with graduated rectangular emeralds and rose-cut diamonds with ruby eyes, suspending an emerald and diamond set drop, the reverse with hair compartment, 40cm long, the clasp 4cm long including drop, 22.8g 500 600
575 A collection of costume jewellery 20 40
576 A 20th century silver salver, Birmingham 1968, by J B Chatterley & Sons, 31.3cm diameter, with raised gadrooned border on four scroll feet  26.8 ozt  833.8 gms 260 300
577 A 20th century silver  caster, Birmingham 1911, on spreading circular foot, vase shaped with pierced domed top and baluster finial, 16.5cm high, 2.99ozt  93.1gms 30 40
578 A Georgian silver pepperette, London 1827, urn shaped on a circular rising foot with pierced, domed top and globe finial together with a Victorian silver mustard, Sheffield 1897, gadroone decorated scroll handle with hinged lid and baluster finial. Total weight for both items 4.99 ozt, 155.5gms 50 60
579 A Victorian silver pedestal sugar basket, Sheffield 1898, with pierceddesign, swing handle and glass liner, 14cm high, 11.5cm diameter, 7.685 ozt,  239.1 gms, excluding liner 80 100
580 A cased set of six 20th century silver seal-top coffee spoons, London 1945 by Thomas Bradbury and Sons, 1.54ozt, 47.8gms 25 30
581 A cased set of six 20th century silver handled pistol grip butter knives, Sheffield 1912 20 30
582 A cased set of six 20th century silver seal-topped tea spoons, London 1945 by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, 3.2ozt, 99.6gms 0 0
583 Two 20th century silver napkin rings, London 1922, of plain form, engraved ‘J’ and ‘P’, a 20th century napkin ring, Sheffield 1921, an Edwardian silver salt, Birmingham 1903, and a 20th century silver coaster, Birmingham 1916,  3.745 ozt, 116.5gms gross 55 65
584 A 20th century small silver salver, Sheffield 1935, with Jubilee mark, by James Dixon & Son, with Chippendale border on four scroll supports, 20.7cm diameter, 12.625 ozt, 392.7 gms 130 140
585 A matched silver cruet set comprised of a salt, London 1903, with glass liner, a mustard, London 1902, (finial lacking), and a pepper pot, London 1903, a salt spoon, London 1903, 4.665 ozt, 145.3 gms gross (excluding liner)and a plated mustard spoon and six 20th century silver coffee spoons, Sheffield 1926, 1.375 ozt, 42.9 gms 60 70
586 A pair of Victorian fish servers, London 1865, by George W Adams, an early 19th century caddy spoon, a Victorian mother of pearl handled silver butter knife, Birmingham 1870, an Edwardian silver and mother of pearl fruit knife, Sheffield 1904, two silver mustard spoons and a silver sifter spoon 80 120
587 A Georgian silver caddy spoon, Birmingham  1795 or 1821,, the handle with chased decoration and monogram, 0.195ozt, 6.2gms 30 40
588 A set of six Victorian silver Apostle spoons and matching silver sugar nips, Sheffield 1893, by Roberts & Belk,  3.815 ozt 118.7gms 55 65
589 A Georgian silver old English pattern ladle, London 1793, by John Wren, 33.5cm long, 4.68ozt, 145.6gms 40 60
590 A cased set of six 20th century silver coffee spoons, Birmingham 1930, 1.275 ozt  39.8g ms 15 20
591 A silver vesta case with inscription; ‘Frank, Monte Carlo, 1932, from Jill’, and four other small pieces of silver and silver plate – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 25 35
592 A small late Victorian silver boat-shaped half reeded teapot, Birmingham 1894, with ebonised handle and knop, and a mathced two handled sugar bowl and cream jug, 11.71ozt, 364.1gms, gross 120 160
593 A cased set of six 20th century silver tea spoons, Birmingham 1921, with chased decoration, 1.995 ozt,  62.2 gms 20 30
594 A large Georgian silver ladle, London 1775, possibly by Thomas Chawner, with shell pattern bowl, the handle engraved with crest,  6.185 ozt,  192.4 gms 120 180
595 A George III silver scewer, London 1810, maker’s mark rubbed, 34cm long, 3.82ozt, 118.7g – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 40
596 A square silver folding wallet, Birmingham 1918, with inscription; ‘I.M. Goshawk, Deputy Principle W.R.N.S., Cardiff 1918-19, presented by the wrens of the Bristol Channel Division’ and the W.R.N.S. crest, 8.5cm wide – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 40
597 A late Victorian silver novelty bookmark with owl finial, one glass eye lacking, by Samson and Mordan and Co. Ltd, London 1897, 9cm long 70 90
598 A cut glass scent bottle with silver collar and lid and cut glass stopper, 13cm high – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 20 30
599 A silver goblet, Sheffield 1972, 9.3ozt 289.4g, and a George III silver ‘Sherry’ decanter label, London 1808 (2 items) 80 120
600 A pair of small Edwardian silver candlesticks, Birmingham 1905, 11cm high with loaded bases – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 40
601 A silver dressing table mirror and brush together with a silver oval photograph frame, Birmingham 1924 0 0
602 A pair of small silver Corinthian column candlesticks on stepped and loaded bases, 15.5cm high 40 60
603 A Victorian silver decanter label ‘Madeira’, Birmingham 1879, a silver topped cut glass jar, Birmingham 1913, a pair of Sheffield plated coasters with turned oak bases and a muffin dish (5 items) 20 30
604 A collection of items to include a proposal by Lieutenant F. A. de Vine Hunt for a Universal Projector to the War Office, dated 1942, with plans, diagrams and correspondence, a hand painted Minton’s  tile depicting Jesus, four silver salt spoons, a Black Forest carved bear inkwell, a George III silver bank token dated 1811 plus other items. 30 50
605 A George III silver snuff box, London 1812, maker’s mark indistinct, possibly ‘IH’, the top embossed with a horse and carriage scene, the sides decorated with countryside scenes, 9.25cm x 4.5cm x 4.75cm, 4.4ozt, 137g 400 450
610 A pair of cast iron campana shaped urns with lobed rim and foliate scrolling bodies, twin mask handles and fluted stepped base on a rectangular plinth, decorated with laurel wreaths, 108 cm high 250 350
611 An English 19th century yellow tub cart 220 260
612 A 19th century American market cart 140 160
613 A pair of 20th century wrought iron country estate gates. 6ft 6 ins opening 200 cm high 200 300
614 A ceramic Butler’s sink measuring approximately 47cm x 62cm x 26cm 15 20
615 A Victorian chimney pot together with a terracotta vented chimney pot 20 30
616 A pair of 20th century fire dogs with basket, finials and matching fire grate by Gommes Forge 20 30
617 A ceramic Butler’s sink measuring approximately 46cm x 77cm x 26cm 15 20
618 A set of four Italian ‘Slim’ perspex and chrome chairs, by the designer Roberto Foschio, each chair with website and style of chair to base (4 items) 40 60
619 A set of six modern beech spindle back kitchen chairs including two carvers 50 75
620 A 20th century terracotta vented chimney pot 30 40
621 A ceramic Butler’s sink measuring approximately 46cm x 62cm x 25cm 15 20
622 A large 19th century wood and Hessian bound carriage trunk approximately 27cmH x 115cmW x 67cm 50 70
623 A large Victorian chimney pot with flared rim 30 40
624 A large 19th century Butler’s style sink with inscriptions to end 60 80
625 A mid 20th century Jacques & Son croquet set housed in the original pine case 80 120
626 A large red ground carpet decorated with floral sprays and scrolling border, approximately 344cm x 270cm – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 50 70
627 Three modern machine woven rugs 10 20
628 A red ground Turkish Boukhara carpet 170cm x 240cm 40 60
629 A blue ground Chiraz rug with geometric border 137cm x 200cm 30 50
630 A beige ground modern machine woven rug 30 40
631 A red ground Turkish rug decorated with three central guls and geometric border 195cm x 140cm 40 50
632 A Chinese blue ground woollen rug  decorated with scrolling floral sprays 151cm x 88cm 30 50
633 A beige ground geometrically woven rug 25 30
634 A pair of cream ground Turkish rugs decorated with floral sprays 137cm x 98cm 30 40
635 A red ground Turkish runner decorated in a geometric pattern 223cm x 69cm 30 50
636 A blue ground Boukhara rug 130cm x 180cm 40 50
637 A large red ground Kazak pattern rug measuring approximately 230cm x 230cm 30 50
638 A large green ground carpet decorated with floral sprays, vases, and scrolling border 575cm x 298cm 80 120
639 A large red sofa with loose covers and five cushions 30 50
640 A pair of French style open armchairs with button backs 80 120
641 A late 19th century horsehair upholstered armchair on bun feet 10 20
642 A late 19th century elm seated Windsor armchair – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 80 120
643 A 20th century green leather button back two seater sofa on cabriole supports and claw and ball feet – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 50 100
644 A George III style late 19th century leather upholstered button back armchair on cabriole supports – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 200 300
645 A 19th century elm and ash Windsor elbow chair, the turned spindle back and solid seat on turned legs and stretcher, 111cmH x 56cmW – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 80 120
646 A Georgian mahogany leather upholstered wing back armchair on carved cabriole supports and claw and ball feet – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 300 400
647 An early 20th century oak framed caned armchair with overstuffed seat and barley twist supports 30 40
648 A George III style green leather wing back armchair with scrolling arms on square mahogany supports – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 250 350
649 A low 19th century ash and elm Windsor elbow chair with turned spindle back and pierced splat and solid seat on turned supports and stretcher, 92cmH x 52cmW – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 150
650 An elm seated lathe back open armchair with scrolling arms and turned supports 80 100
651 A 19th century ash and elm Windsor elbow chair, the spindle turned back with pierced splat and solid seat, on turned legs and stretcher,  107cmH x 56cmW – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 130 160
652 An elm and beech open armchair with lathe back, scrolling arms and turned supports 20 30
653 A woven cane seated Chinese open armchair 20 30
654 An elm and ash Windsor elbow chair, the spindle turned back with pierced splat, with solid seat on turned legs and a crinoline stretcher, 104cmH x 53cmW – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 180
655 A 17th century style oak court cupboard, the rectangular moulded top with arcaded frieze on baluster supports above two lozenge panels flanked by two panelled doors, above two arcaded and lozenged carved cupboard doors, 181cm high x 46cm deep x 106cm wide 300 500
656 An early 20th century oak wine table with circular top on a barley twist column on a tripod base together with two small mahogany wine tables (3 items) 20 30
657 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany triple wardrobe, the single door enclosing drawers and shelves, the double housing a dressing mirror, shelves, hanging hooks and rail, on tapering spade end supports 10 20
658 A 19th century oak court cupboard, the moulded cornice above a gadrooned frieze flanked by carved lion’s heads over two heavily carved panelled doors, enclosing eight small drawers and central recess above a single frieze drawer over two heavily carved cupboard doors with carved pilasters on a moulded plinth base, 181cm high x 46cm deep x 106cm wide 300 500
659 A pair of white and gilt moulded Louis XIV style bedside tables 30 40
660 A French polished pine dresser with red painted detail 80 120
661 A George III walnut fretwork toilet mirror with applied gilt bird decoration on rectangular fluted supports and turned stretcher – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 80 120
662 A pine two door wardrobe made from old timbers, the moulded cornice and plain frieze above two panel doors enclosing three shelves and a hanging rail, raised on  turned supports 80 120
663 An oak wardrobe with linen fold carved front, hanging rail and shelf 30 40
664 An early 19th century circular gilt framed convex mirror with shot decorated frame surmounted by a dolphin and floral scrolls 120 180
665 A William IV mahogany Pembroke table, the top with rounded corners above a plain frieze, on moulded chamfered supports,  72cmH x 120cmW x 92cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 80 120
666 A late 18th century oak coffer with mahogany crossbanding, originally fitted with a pair of base drawers, with alterations 110 210
667 An oak Jacobean style chest of four panelled drawers with brass drop handles on bun feet, 97cm h x 96cm w x 56cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 200
668 An early 20th century burr walnut serpentine fronted chest of four drawers on squat cabriole supports, 78cm h x 61cm w x 44cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 150
669 A mid 20th century fire screen with hand painted panel depicting a thatched cottage with garden in bloom 15 20
670 A George III oak and elm open armchair with shaped crest, spoked shape splat and scrolling arms, with drop in seat, on square tapering supports and stretcher, 100cmH x 66cmW x 47cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 80 120
671 A 19th century mahogany folding tea table, the folding top above a plain beaded frieze on chamfered supports and brass castors, 69cmH x 86cmW x 86cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 150
672 A 20th century mahogany cross banded Pembroke table with single frieze drawer on tapering supports 30 50
673 A leather upholstered overstuffed stool with tapering walnut supports and stretcher – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 200
674 An early 19th century oak low boy, the rectangular moulded top above a single frieze drawer and shaped apron, on pole and pad supports, 72cm h x 70cm w x 50cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 80 120
675 A Victorian pine square section commode on turned supports and castors 20 30
676 An 18th century oak panelled coffer, the four panelled lid above an arcaded frieze and lozenge inlaid four panelled front, on moulded supports  (with fire damage), 68cm h x 126cm w x 54cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 200
677 An oak drop leaf table with white painted top on carved and turned supports 30 50
678 A 19th century small oak jointed court  cupboard of canted rectangular form, the shaped top above a central panel door carved with linen fold scrolls, flanked by similar sides, on baluster turned supports, block feet and under tier,  73cmH x 61cmW x 34cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 150
679 A William IV mahogany demi-lune side table, the plain top above shaped canted frieze on moulded square supports, 72cmH x 119cmW x 59cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 150
680 An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet with glazed panelled doors on short cabriole supports 10 20
681 A George II walnut low boy, the quarter cut moulded top above three small drawers and shaped apron on cabriole supports, 73cm h x 76cm w x 51cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 250 350
682 A reproduction burr walnut sofa table – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 50 70
683 A single early 19th century country dining chair with pierced splat – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 40
684 An early 19th century mahogany card table on square tapering supports 40 50
685 An oak 18th century open armchair, the back carved with ducks above a carved floral panel, with solid seat and gradooned seat rail, on turned supports and block feet, 107cm h x 66cm w x 55cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 200
686 An Edwardian mahogany shield shaped toilet mirror – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 60 80
687 A George II mahogany low boy, the rectangular moulded feather banded top above three small drawers with brass swing handles and shaped apron, on cabriole supports, 68cm h x 79cm w x 46cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 250
688 A 19th century pine spinning stool, the triform carved and pierced seat on three rough varved supports, 45cmH x 50cmW x 36cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 50
689 A 19th century jointed side table, the rectangular planked top and plain frieze on turned baluster supports and stretchers,  71cmH x 100cmW x 57cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 200
690 A single early 19th century elm seated dining chair – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 20 30
691 A 19th century walnut lowboy, the rectangular moulded canted top with quarter cut veneer, above one long and two short box strung drawers with brass swing handles, with shaped apron, on cabriole supports and pad feet, 76cm h x 79cm w x 47cm d 100 150
692 An 18th century oak side table, the rectangular moulded top above a single frieze drawer with brass swing handles, on turned baluster supports, stretchers and bun feet, 73cm h x 85cm w x 58cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 250
693 A 19th century mahogany tilt top table, the circular top on a turned column, on three out swept legs with pad feet, 70cmH x 60cm diameter – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 150
694 A Victorian mahogany Pembroke table, the rectangular top with rounded corners, on square chamfered supports, 72cm h x 120cm w x 92cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 70 90
695 Two chairs upholstered in cream fabric, one with stick back and the other with a pierced decoration (2 items) 40 60
696 A Victorian mahogany inlaid side table on tapering supports 10 20
697 A late 19th/early 20th century oak chest of two short over two long drawers with hammered brass Art Nouveau handles, on a plinth base 30 40
698 A mahogany pot cupboard 40 60
699 A pine magazine rack 20 30
700 An early 20th century carved oak glazed hanging corner cupboard 50 75
701 A Victorian mahogany extending dining table with extra leaf and winder 10 20
702 A set  of four mahogany balloon back dining chairs 40 50
703 A nest of three flame figured mahogany serpentine fronted tea tables 10 20
704 A 19th century French parquetry and ormalu mounted side table housing a pair of frieze drawers on tapering cylindrical supports 150 200
705 A stained beech framed rush seated low rocking chair 20 30
706 An Arts & Crafts two-fold oak screen, the moulded panels on square supports and acorn finials, 105cmH x 76cmW – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 50 60
707 A small reproduction oak chest of drawers with drop brass handles 40 60
708 A mid 20th century oak chest of five graduated panelled drawers with brass swan neck handles, on bun feet 10 20
709 An Edwardian mahogany pot cupboard, the door with burr walnut detail on turned supports 30 50
710 A 19th century oak cupboard, the rectangular moulded top above three arcaded carved doors over a floral carved apron, on cabriole supports and lion paw feet, 92cm high x 111cm wide x 54cm deep 200 400
711 A small oriental style hardwood cabinet, the shaped top over a panel cupboard door carved with a geisha girl and flowers, above a carved panel drawer with mountain scene 40 50
712 A stripped oak square section sewing box, the lift up lid opening to reveal a fabric lined interior with single drawer beneath on square tapering supports 20 30
713 A bow front yew wood and burr walnut pot cupboard on squat cabriole legs 30 40
714 A large Victorian mahogany chiffonier housing single frieze drawer above a pair of cupboard doors 50 75
715 A George III chequer strung mahogany knife box, the sloping cover with oval shell inlay above serpentine front and fitted interior, 39cm h x 25cm w x 39cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 200 300
716 A late 19th century mahogany bow front chest of four graduated cock beaded drawers on bracket supports 150 200
717 A mid 20th century oak bureau, the panelled fall enclosing pigeon holes and single drawer above two panelled drawers, on barley twist supports and shaped stretcher 30 40
718 A hexagonal occasional table with lower tier on shaped, tapered legs 20 30
719 A mahogany writing desk with black leather insert above two panelled frieze drawers with brass swing handles on tapering supports 40 60
720 A reproduction serpentine fronted twin pedestal desk 80 120
721 An Edwardian chequer strung and inlaid side chair 15 20
722 An oriental rosewood occasional table, the square canted top inlaid with ivory floral sprays and birds, above a turned ivory frieze and carved inlaid scrolling apron, raised on moulded inlaid cabriole support and block feet, 46cmH x 50cmW x 50cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 200 300
723 A rush seated, black painted ladder back chair 20 30
724 A 19th century oak open armchair, the back with shaped crest, carved with serpents and acanthus leaves, above a carved panel depicting an executioner and child with angel above, possibly Herod, surrounded by scrolling foliage, the solid seat above an arcaded rail, on baluster turned supports and bun feet, 114cm h x 65cm w x 42cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 200
725 A 19th century pine coffer 80 120
726 A 19th century lacquered chinoiserie workbox, the shaped top with scalloped edges decorated with oriental figures and temples, enclosing a fitted interior above lyre end supports and gilt dragon claw feet 200 300
727 A Victorian mahogany twin pedestal desk the inverted breakfront top above three frieze drawers, the pedestals, each with three drawers on a plinth base, 72cm h x 120cm w x 52cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 250 300
728 A late 19th century oak jointed gateleg table, the oval top above baluster supports on tapering feet – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 30 50
729 A 19th century oak low boy, the rectangular top above a moulded frieze drawer with shaped apron on tapering pole and pad supports, 74cm h x 74cm w x 53cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 200
730 A William IV mahogany chest of two short and three long drawers on bracket feet, 92cm h x 100cm w x 55cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 200
731 A set of six elm seated stick back kitchen chairs 60 80
732 An oak oval gate leg table with triple scroll feet 40 60
733 A Victorian pine chest of two short over two long graduated drawers with bun handles on a plinth base 50 60
734 A stained and polished piano seat with cream upholstered lid, with carved panel to front 20 30
735 A Gothic revival oak stool, the rectangular top above pierced hearts and cross carved rails, with scrolled and pierced trestle ends and pine stretcher, 38cm h x 44cm w x 31cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 60 80
736 A William IV mahogany chequer strung commode in the form of a four drawer chest, the rectangular hinged top enclosing the turned seat and shaped arms above two dummy drawers, raised on bracket feet,  74cmH x 65cmW x 39.5cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 200
737 A low oak rectangular 18th century table, the moulded rectangular top above a single carved frieze drawer on bobbin turned supports and stretchers and bun feet, 59.5cm h x 83cm w x 57cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 100 150
738 An white painted oak coffee table 100 200
739 An early 19th century mahogany chest, the rectangular top above three graduated cock beaded drawers with brass ring handles, raised on bracket supports, 81cm h x 90cm w x 45cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 200
740 A 19th century mahogany wall hung shelf, the shaped top above three quarter cut shelves and shaped supports, 89cm high – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 40 60
741 An Edwardian chequer strung and inlaid oval occasional table with under tier 30 50
742 A 19th century oak stool, the leather studded top above baluster supports on block feet and stretchers, 27cmH x 45cmW x 32cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 10 20
743 A pair of painted and gilt Victorian bedside chests, the shaped moulded top over floral carved panelled sides and three drawers, raised on cabriole supports 100 150
744 A stained mahogany dressing table mirror on swing supports 30 40
745 An Edwardian mahogany desk fitted with two frieze drawers on turned supports and brass castors 25 35
746 A 20th century oriental style cabinet, the shaped top over two small drawers, each with hand carved panels of warriors, above two panelled cupboard doors, each carved with oriental deities, enclosing a single shelf 50 60
747 A demi-lune painted oak hall table 150 200
748 A rectangular iron bound hardwood coffee table on turned supports 20 30
749 A small mahogany mirrored door hanging corner cupboard 40 60
750 An Edwardian mahogany inlaid nest of three tables 30 50
751 A Victorian mahogany mirrored back dressing table 80 120
752 A large rectangular iron bound hardwood coffee table on turned supports 30 40
753 A 20th century hardwood side cabinet, the moulded top over two short drawers with hand made iron swing handles, above a double wine rack on a moulded plinth base 40 60
754 A 19th century oak hall table with four small drawers and a lower tier 30 40
755 A mahogany wine table and a modern small occasional table with drop flaps (2 items) 40 60
756 An early 18th century oak open armchair, the carved rectangular panelled back above a solid moulded seat with shaped seat rail, the slightly scrolled arms on baluster supports stretchers and block feet, 81cm h x 58cm w x 55cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 200 300
757 An early 19th century mahogany chest of two short over three long graduated drawers with brass ring handles, raised on bracket supports, 106cm h x 95cm w x 46.5cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 250
758 A pine two door wardrobe, the panelled doors above a single drawer base, on bracket supports 60 80
759 A George III mahogany press cupboard, the moulded cornice and cushion frieze above a pair of arched, feather banded doors now enclosing a fitted drinks cabinet, over two short and two long feather banded drawers with brass drop handles, raised on bracket feet,  163cmH x 107cmW x 52D – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 1200 1600
760 A three-tier circular occasional table with inlaid top and legs 30 40
761 An early 19th century mahogany toilet mirror, the shaped frame above a stepped serpentine base fitted with five drawers, on bracket feet, 62cm h x 40cm w x 20cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 180 240
762 A large cream and gilt fire surround with applied ribbon and swag decoration, floral scrolls and column supports, 132cm h x 158cm w x 35cm d 165 185
763 A 17th century oak Bible box with sloped top with rounded corners, the frieze carved with scrolling foliage and iron lock escutcheon, on a plinth base, 28cmH x 65cmW x 43cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 200
764 A 17th century oak jointed dresser, the two plank top with moulded edge above three moulded drawers and brass drop handles, on baluster turned supports, three quarter stretcher and bun feet, with later additions, 81cmH x 193cmW x 55cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 2000 2500
765 An early 19th century oak corner cupboard, the moulded frame around a cross banded cupboard door enclosing two shelves, 97cmH x 70cmW x 30cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 200
766 An early 19th century oak chest above two short and three long graduated drawers with brass swing handles, raised on bracket supports, 104cm h x 100cm w x 46.5cm d – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 180 220
767 A 20th century walnut occasional table, the moulded rectangular top with shaped rail on ring turned supports – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 20 40
768 A 19th century oak coffer, the rectangular top above a panelled front, raised on baluster supports and block feet and stretcher,  75cmH x 111cmW x 42cmD – Part of the contents of a West Sussex country manor 150 200
769 A 20th century pine dresser, the back fitted with three plate shelves, the rectangular base with three frieze drawers on a three cupboard door base, on bracket supports 120 150
770 A late 18th/early 19th century sloping desk, the carved fall enclosing pigeon holes and drawers on carved supports and stretcher 50 75
771 A white painted iron circular lattice garden table and four white painted folding metal chairs 100 150
772 A white painted iron low rectangular garden table and four folding white painted metal chairs 80 120
773 A 20th century garden bench, the cast iron back decorated with bamboo and humming birds, with scrolling arms and splayed supports 20 30
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