Catalogue -25th May 2013

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
1 A 19th century mahogany partner’s desk, the moulded top with tooled green leather insert, above six moulded frieze drawers with turned bun handles, each pedestal fitted with three short moulded drawers, opposing panelled cupboard doors and raised on plinth bases, approximately 75 cm H x 168 cm W x 100 cm D 300 400
2 An early 20th century mahogany free-standing bookcase, the moulded top over a blind fret-work frieze, above a pair of astragal doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, flanked by fluted pilasters and raised on bracket feet, approximately 112 cm H x 122 cm W x 37 cm D 70 90
3 A 19th century mahogany bookcase, the moulded cornice above a pair of beaded glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves and pigeon holes, the base fitted with a pair of beaded panel doors enclosing a single adjustable shelf, raised on a plinth base, approximately 234 cm H x 123 cm W x 38 cm D 500 800
4 A pair of 1970s egg-style chairs upholstered in brown corded fabric, mounted on a chrome swivel base and stamped Feb 1975, approximately 94 cm H x 87 cm W x 94 cm D 100 150
5 A 19th Century carved bedpost raised on tripod base, converted to a standard lamp 50 60
6 An early 19th century burr walnut break-front 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, 105 cm H x 183.5 cm W  x 40 cm D . 250 300
7 An early 19th century oak mule chest, the rectangular cross-banded moulded hinged panel top above a four panel front fitted with two dummy drawers with brass swing handles, raised on block feet, approximately 68 cm H x 135 cm W x 56 cm D 20 40
8 A George III oak corner cupboard, the moulded cornice and plain frieze above a glazed panel door with ‘H’-shaped hinges, enclosing three shaped shelves, above three small drawers with brass ring-drop handles, approximately 115 cm H x 69 cm W x 39 cm D 50 100
9 A Georgian walnut side table, the rectangular moulded top above a single frieze drawer with brass swan-neck handle, over a shaped apron, raised on fluted tapering supports, approximately 72 cm H x 92 cm W x 45 cm D 50 100
10 A 19th century mahogany tea table, the folding rectangular, rotating top with rounded corners above a plain frieze, raised on turned supports and brass castors, approximately 76 cm H x 102 cm W x 94 cm D 150 200
11 A 19th century mahogany hall chair, the cartouche-shaped back with carved rail and scrolling sides, with central moulded shield above a solid moulded seat, raised on tapering, turned, reeded supports, approximately 84 cm H x 40 cm W x 47 cm D 40 60
12 A 19th century oak sideboard, the shelved back with four curved, scrolling panels and shaped supports over a rectangular top with curved edge, above a foliate-carved frieze and two cupboard doors decorated with carved female masks and scrolling foliage, with carved lion mask and fruit pilasters, raised on a plinth base, approximately 129 cm H x 168 cm W x 49 cm D 200 400
13 A 19th century oak figural jardiniere stand, the square top with gadrooned edge and scrolled base above a carved classical female figure draped in ribbons and swags, the quatrefoil scrolling base carved with acanthus leaves and lion paw feet, approximately 115 cm H 100 150
14 A Regency-style walnut armchair with moulded rail and scrolling arms, upholstered in a lilac velvet and raised on tapering supports and spade-end feet, approximately  79 cm H x 58 cm W x 60 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 70 90
16 A pair of 20th century French mahogany kidney-shaped side tables, the marble tops with brass pierced gallery, above a single inlaid frieze drawer with central printed panel and scrolling mounts, raised on slender cabriole supports, with ormolu mask mounts and feet, united with a pierced, galleried under-tier, approximately 72 cm H x 54 cm W x 35.5 cm D 150 200
17 A pair of French Louis XV-style, ormolu-mounted walnut envelope tables, the shaped four-section tops opening to reveal a floral marquetry panel over a plain frieze, raised on cabriole-shaped supports with gilt brass mounts, united by an ornate cross-stretcher, with gilt pineapple finial, approximately 77 cm H x 96 cm W x 96 cm D, when open 800 1200
18 A 20th century French walnut desk, the rectangular shaped cross-banded top with leather insert and gilt metal edge, above three frieze drawers with scrolling floral inlay and ornate gilt-shaped handles and similar frieze, raised on fluted tapering supports with gilt mounts and feet, approximately 80 cm H x 133 cm W x 70 cm D 600 800
19 A Victorian oak throne chair, in the manner of A W N Pugin, the moulded arched rail with circular carved floral panel over a moulded back, with central scrolling carved floral panel with fluted, carved column supports and turned finials and scrolling arms, the solid moulded seat above four carved, fluted column supports, raised on carved arched feet 200 300
20 A 19th century oak desk, the rectangular hinged top with three-quarter carved edge above a scale carved frieze, the sides with a scrolling pierced and curved apron and turned finials, raised on turned and acanthus leaf carved supports and cross-stretcher and turned feet. approximately 76 cm H x 89 cm W x 56 cm D 300 500
21 An Anglo-Indian brass-topped table, the shaped top embossed with scrolling foliage and central scalloped-shaped bowl and rope twist edge, the heavily carved folding base decorated with rose heads and chipped carved stretchers, raised  on curved bell-shaped feet, approximately 52 cm H x 78 cm Diameter 100 200
22 A 20th century French lamp table, the shaped cross-banded top with stained floral sprays and brass edge, a shaped apron and maple inlaid under-tier, on slender cabriole leg with ormolu mounts and paw feet, approximately 91 cm H x 47 cm W x 37.5 cm D 80 120
23 A 20th century French gilt wood jardiniere stand, the urn-shaped top decorated with Oriental dragon masks and scrolling foliate band, on acanthus leaf engraved supports, top with urn-shaped finials and raised on a trefoil base with carved bun feet, approximately 107.5 cm H 100 150
24 Five George IV mahogany bar-back chairs with plain mid-rail and drop-in seats, on sabre legs, approximately 87 cm H x 48 cm W x 53 cm D 150 200
25 A late 19th/early 20th century mahogany drop-flap supper table with moulded top, fitted with a single drawer and opposing dummy drawer, on a turned column support and splayed legs, approximately 72 cm H x 103 cm W  x 106.5 cm D 60 100
26 A 19th century Arts & Crafts-style oak metamorphic library chair with carved and pierced back and mid-rail, with carpet treads, approximately 88 cm H x 44 cm W x 43 cm D 80 120
27 A set of four Regency simulated rosewood and brass inlaid dining chairs with carved seats, on sabre legs, approximately 84 cm H x 46 cm W x 45 cm D 80 120
28 A Georgian mahogany side table, the rectangular moulded top above a single cockbeeded frieze drawer, raised on moulded and carved floral tapering supports, approximately 72 cm H x 67.5 cm W x 47 cm D 80 120
29 A 19th century oak corner cupboard, the scrolling fretwork top above a blind fretwork mirrored door enclosing a single shelf, above a small fretwork shelf, approximately 96 cm H x 56 cm W x 18 cm D 60 100
30 A 19th century mahogany and pine bracket with a baluster gallery, approximately 43 cm H x 58 cm W x 23 cm D 60 100
31 A 20th century rustic light oak trestle table, the shaped top with solid end supports and cross-stretcher together with two long and two short matching benches, table approximately 76 cm x 186 cm L x 77 cm W 150 220
32 A late 19th/early 20th century brass-bound bergere chair, the shaped top rail with carved back and sides, scrolling arms with cushioned seat above a single frieze drawer and raised on square tapering supports, approximately 101 cm H x 54 cm W x 67 cm D 50 60
33 A 19th century mahogany throne chair, the top rail carved with ram’s head and swags over a pair of lions with central cartouche, the back carved with scrolling foliage on barley-twist supports and turned finials, with drop-in leather seat and scrolling leather padded arms, raised on block and barley twist supports with heavily carved front cross-stretcher 100 200
34 An early mahogany bow-front chest, the top with reeded edge above three cockbeeded long drawers with brass swing handles and oval escutcheon, raised on tapering turned feet, approximately  89 cm H x 101 cm W x 58 cm D 200 250
35 An early mahogany bow-front chest, the top with fluted edge, above two short over two long cockbeeded drawers fitted with brass ring handles and ornate circular escutcheon, raised on bracket feet, approximately  91 cm x 94 cm x 51.5 cm 200 250
36 A 19th century mahogany-framed window seat, the padded velvet seat above a blind fret-work scrolling frieze, raised on shaped supports carved with acanthus leaf decoration and scrolling ends, approximately 51 cm H x 97 cm W x 65 cm D 80 120
37 A Georgian mahogany bureau, the chequer-strung fall enclosing a series of drawers and pigeon holes, over four inlaid graduated drawers with brass swing handles and embossed oval plates, raised on moulded plinth and squat bracket feet, approximately 104 cm H x 111 cm W x 58 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 300 500
38 A pair of late 19th century mahogany framed arm chairs, the shaped top rail over a padded back and seat, with scrolling upholstered arms above a rosette carved rail, raised on out-swept supports and brass castors, approximately 76 cm H x 73 cm W x 53 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 200 300
39 A 19th century oak joynt stool, the moulded rectangular top above a carved frieze, raised on ring-turned supports and cross-stretchers, approximately 54 cm H x 45 cm W x 27 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 100
40 A Regency painted three-seat settee, the straight top rail with padded back and scrolling upholstered arms and seat, the seat rail and tapering supports decorated with carved acanthus leaves and scrolling motifs, raised on brass cup and castors, approximately  88 cm H x 198 cm W x 70 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 300 500
41 An 18th century mahogany demi-lune card table, the folding top revealing a red baize over a boxwood and rosewood inlaid frieze, raised on tapering supports and spade end feet, approximately 74 cm H x 90 cm W x 88 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 100 150
42 An early 20th century mahogany campaign-style coffee table, the rectangular top with central shaped brass plaque and brass-bound corners over a plain frieze, raised on square supports and cross-stretcher, approximately 44 cm H x 137 cm W x 50 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 60
43 An early 19th century small oval gate-leg table with oval top and baluster turned supports, raised on block and out-swept feet, approximately 53 cm H x 60 cm W x 46 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 80
44 A Regency mahogany tea table, the folding cross-banded top with chamfered corners and line inlaid edge, above a plain frieze with central inlaid panel, raised on tapering inlaid supports, approximately 71 cm H x 92 cm W x 91 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 200 300
45 A 1930s oak jardiniere stand, the square top above a square panelled column on a square stepped base and square feet, approximately 101 cm H – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
46 A Regency mahogany drop-leaf dining table, the rectangular top with plain frieze, raised on chamfered bead-carved supports, approximately 72 cm H x 126.5 cm W x 135.5 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 150 200
47 A 20th century re-claimed pine wall rack, the moulded cornice over a fruit-carved frieze above a three-shelf rack, flanked by fluted pilasters and shaped supports, approximately 112 cm H x 97 cm W x 18 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 60 80
48 THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM THE SALE – A pair of Regency-style mahogany bookcases with moulded and floral-carved cornices above two shelves, the base with moulded top above a plain frieze fitted with a pair of resting slides over two shelves, raised on a plinth base, approximately 168 cm H x 134 cm W x 28 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 400 600
49 An early 20th century bank of mahogany habadashery drawers, the rectangular top above ten short drawers with brass cup handles and rectangular supports, approximately 47 cm H x 172 cm W x 29 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 150 180
50 A pair of early 20th century oak free-standing bookcases, the rectangular beaded top above two adjustable shelves with tooled leather aprons, flanked by fluted supports, raised on plinth bases, approximately 104 cm H x 118 cm W x 29 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 80 100
51 A 19th century mahogany side chair, the stepped rail over beaded spindles and shaped pierced splat, above a rush seat, on tapering square supports and cross stretchers, approximately 90 cm H x 44 cm W x 42 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 20 30
52 A 19th century low bedroom chair, the scrolling back and padded seat upholstered in striped fabric, raised on tapering ebonised supports and ceramic castors, approximately  74 cm H x 54 cm W x 67 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
53 A set of six 19th century walnut dining chairs, the balloon backs with floral-carved mid-rail above serpentine-fronted over-stuffed seats, raised on carved cabriole supports, approximately 85 cm H x 44 cm W x 52 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 150 200
54 An early 19th century mahogany Pembroke table, the rectangular top with rounded corners and edge above a single drawer opposing a dummy drawer, both with brass ring-drop handles and raised on tapering supports and brass cup and castors, approximately  67 cm H x 78 cm W x 95 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 60 80
55 THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM THE SALE – A 20th century pine low bookcase, the rectangular moulded top above two adjustable shelves with reeded edges, flanked by fluted pilasters and raised on a moulded plinth base, approximately 89 cm H x 157 cm W x 29.5 D cm – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 100 150
56 A late 18th/early 19th century oak lowboy, the joynted rectangular top above one long and three short moulded drawers with brass swing and ring handles, raised on chamfered supports, approximately  73 cm H x 78 cm W x 46 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 150 250
57 A late 18th/early 19th century oak coffer, the rectangular two-plank top above a three-panelled front and panel sides, raised on fluted supports, approximately 69 cm H x 134 cm W x 51 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 200 250
58 A late 18th/early 19th century mahogany side table, the cross-banded bow-front top above two cock-beeded drawers fitted with brass knob handles, raised on tapering supports, approximately 74 cm H x 82 cm W x 46.5 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 120 150
59 A 20th century mahogany pot cupboard, the single galleried top above a Greek key moulded frieze over a cupboard door enclosing a single shelf, raised on out-swept supports, approximately 76 cm H x 38 cm W x 37 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 30 40
60 A Regency-style walnut scroll-back bedroom chair upholstered in a button-backed striped fabric and raised on splayed supports, approximately 72 cm H x 47 cm W x 66 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 70
61 An 18th century-style walnut chest, the cross-banded and moulded serpentine top over a single brushing slide, above four graduated cross-banded drawers fitted with ornate swing handles and escutcheon, raised on bracket feet, approximately 77 cm H x 71 cm W x 48 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 100 150
62 An early 19th century painted mahogany settee, the upholstered back over a padded seat with fluted scrolling arms and seat rail, raised on out-swept supports and brass lion’s paw castors, approximately 93 cm H x 212 cm W x 70 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 280 360
63 A 19th century button-back armchair, the spoon-shaped back above an over-stuffed serpentine seat and scrolled arms, raised on turned supports and ceramic castors, approximately 85 cm H x 65 cm W x 83 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 100 150
64 An Edwardian mahogany settee, the ribbon and floral inlaid hump-backed top rail over three scrolling pierced and floral inlaid splats, above a padded seat and scrolled arms, raised on ring-turned supports and ceramic castors, approximately 72 cm H x 116 cm W x 58 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 100 150
65 An early 19th century oak lowboy, the rectangular two-plank top with round edges over one long and two short cock-beeded drawers with brass swing handles and pierced escutcheon plates, above a shaped apron, raised on tapering pole and pad supports, 72 cm H x 80 cm W x 49 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 150 250
66 A pair of Georgian-style mahogany chests, the rectangular cross-banded tops above four graduated cross-banded drawers fitted with brass ring-drop handles, raised on out-swept bracket feet, approximately 76 cm H x 60 cm W x 38 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 80 120
67 A mid-20th century oak bentwood hat stand fitted with six scrolling hat and coat hangers, on a turned column with umbrella holder, raised on out-swept feet, approximately 195 cm H – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
68 A Regency mahogany chest, the rectangular top above four graduated drawers fitted with brass ring-drop handles and lion mask escutcheon, over a shaped apron, raised on bracket feet, 86 cm H x 92 cm W x 45 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 200 250
69 A mid-20th century tub-shaped armchair, the rounded back and scrolled arms above a padded seat, raised on square tapering supports, approximately 68 cm H x 65 cm W x 73 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 20 30
70 A 19th century oak campaign chest, the hinged lid over a rectangular body fitted with iron handles, brass bindings missing, raised on a moulded plinth base, approximately 48 cm H x 62.5 cm W x 33.5 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
71 A 19th century pine dresser, the moulded cornice over a beaded frieze above a three-shelf rack with shaped supports, the rectangular base with rounded corners over two short drawers with brass swing handles, above two panelled cupboard doors with brass knobs, raised on a squat plinth base, approximately 232 cm H x 151 cm W x 57 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 250 350
72 A set of four late 18th/early 19th century dining chairs, the moulded, bowed top rail over a lattice and rose carved back with acanthus turned columns and a fluted support with turned finials above a rounded, padded seat and raised on tapering reeded supports and spade-end feet, approximately 89 cm H x 49 cm W x 54 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 300 350
73 A pair of late 18th century mahogany side chairs, possibly Irish, the ornately pierced cartouche-shaped back above a solid pear-shaped seat with raised edges on cabriole-shaped legs and pad feet, united by turned cross-stretchers, approximately 99 cm H x 52 cm W x 59 cm D 100 200
74 A 19th century inlaid rosewood writing slope, the interior fitted with three small drawers, pen tray, inkwell holder and tooled velvet slope 20 40
75 A 19th century walnut inlaid pier cabinet, the rectangular top with ebonised moulded edge above a scrolling inlaid frieze, the single inlaid glazed door enclosing two shelves, flanked by inlaid pilasters and raised on a plinth base, approximately 93.5 cm H x 73.5 cm W x 29 cm D 80 120
76 An 18th century comb-back chair, the bowed arms above a solid seat raised on turned supports and cross stretcher approximately  99 cm H x 60 cm W x 59 cm D 70 100
77 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 120 180
78 A walnut table top stationery box, the two hinged sloping doors opening to reveal an arrangement of graduated compartments, pen tray, ink well etc. In need of minor restoration 29cm H x 39cm W x 17.5cm D 20 30
79 A Regency mahogany knife box with sloping top and serpentine front, interior lacking, approximately 37.5 cm H x 25 cm W x 32 cm D 80 120
80 A rosewood double book tray, the sides with fret carved floral decoration, some damage, approximately 21 cm H x 40 cm W x 36 cm D 25 35
81 A late 18th/early 19th century Flemish carved oak cabinet, the domed carved cornice over a shell-carved frieze, above a single cupboard door carved with male and female busts and floral rosettes, the single carved drawer above two galleried shelves flanked by half a shell-covered pilaster, the panelled sides each carved with scrolling foliage and raised on turned bun feet. approximately 212 cm H x 72 cm W x 47 cm D 200 300
82 A 19th century French elm and oak table, the three-plank top with bread board ends, on half-shaped rails, with single end drawer, raised on chamfered tapering supports and cross-stretcher, approximately  73 cm H x 186 cm W x 73 cm D 200 300
83 THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM THE SALE – A pair of inlaid Edwardian walnut side chairs, the shaped top rail over a pair of mid-rails above upholstered seats, raised on tapering supports 15 20
84 A set of eight Georgian-style dining chairs, the hooped back with pierced splayed splats above over-stuffed serpentine seats, raised on square fluted tapering supports 40 60
85 An oak American Windsor-style armchair, the shaped top rail with comb back and turned mid-rail, above a solid seat with scrolling arms over a shaped apron, raised on turned supports and cross-stretchers, approximately 117 cm H x 60 cm W x 56 cm D 100 120
86 A late 19th century mahogany occasional table, the top with geometric Arts & Crafts stylised floral panel over a spindled, galleried two-section bookcase, above a heavily decorated under-tier, raised on turned supports and outswept feet 50 100
87 Three late 18th/early 19th century grotesque carved oak brackets, the heads in the form of dragons, the bodies carved with hop leaves and hops on scrolling tails, approximately 32 cm H 30 40
88 A mid-19th century cross-banded corner cupboard, the moulded frame surrounding a single panelled door with brass swing handle and pierced back plates, opening to reveal three shelves, approximately 96 cm H x 71 cm W x 35 cm D 60 80
89 An Edwardian burr walnut swing-front writing box, the top fitted with two glass ink wells and two pen trays and ornate brass handle, the front opening to reveal a three-compartment letter rack, and stamp card and receipt holders in tooled gilt leather, approximately 25 cm H with handle, 30 cm W x 19 cm D 60 80
90 A late 19th/early 20th century cast-iron and mahogany adjustable school desk, approximately 72 cm H x 48 cm W x 68 cm D 40 60
91 A Regency bow-front cross-banded chest, the cross-banded and line inlaid top over two short and three long cross-banded drawers, each fitted with brass swing handles and lion mask back plates, raised on bracket feet, approximately  119 cm x 102 cm x 50 cm D 200 300
92 A Gordon Russell walnut sideboard, the top with rounded corners and moulded edge, over two long drawers, one with cutlery tray, above four cupboard doors fitted with cone-shaped handles, raised on tapering square supports, approximately  89 cm H x 140 cm W x 46 cm D 200 300
93 A 19th century oak centre table, the rectangular moulded top above a plain frieze, stamped to one end with a Crown and the letters C.C, raised on twin scrolling end supports and turned cross-stretcher, with bun feet and castors, approximately  76.5 cm H x 122 cm W x 61 cm D 100 150
94 A 1960s/1970s mahogany Henri Winterman’s shop display cabinet, the glazed top opening to reveal sectional compartments for cigars and accessories 50 70
95 A mid-20th century leather club chair, the shaped back with scrolling arms, with padded seat, raised on bun feet and casters, approximately  77 cm H x 80 cm W x 89 cm D 150 200
96 A late 19th/early 20th century mahogany Art Nouveau sideboard, the shaped broken arch pediment over a triple bevelled edge mirror back, the base fitted with two short drawers above two panelled cupboard doors, both with scrolling tulip-embossed handles and hinges, raised on bracket feet 30 50
97 A set of six 20th century mahogany Hepplewhite-style dining chairs, the shaped top rail over a pierced vase-shaped splat with drop-in seats, on square fluted chamfered supports, approximately 97 cm H x 52 cm W x 54 cm D 40 60
98 A set of 16 Edwardian oak dining chairs, including two carvers, the arched top rail with fan-carved decoration over baluster-shaped splats and mid-rail, above an over-stuffed seat and raised on tapering ring-turned supports, approximately 90 cm H x 44 cm W x 52 cm D 100 150
99 A 17th century oak Bible box on stand, the carved sloping fall with iron hinges, over a carved frieze monogrammed M. B. with iron lock, above an arcaded carved stand raised on turned tapering supports and cross-stretcher, approximately 92 cm H x 53 cm W x 41 cm D 700 900
100 A late Victorian pine knee-hole desk, the rectangular moulded top over three short frieze drawers above a central panelled cupboard door, flanked by two three-graduated drawer pedestals, each fitted with brass ring-drop handles and raised on plinth bases, approximately  74cm H x 107cm W x 53cm D 150 200
101 A 19th century oak chest, the top with moulded edge, over four graduated long drawers with brass swan-neck handles and escutcheon, raised on bracket feet, approximately  100 cm H x 87 cm W x 49.5 cm D 180 220
102 A late 17th/early 18th century oak gate-leg table, the oval top above a moulded frieze and raised on baluster turned supports, approximately 69 cm H x 111 cm W x 135 cm D open 300 500
103 A 19th century oak gate-leg table, the oval top above a single end drawer and shaped apron, raised on turned baluster supports, approximately 66 cm H x 70 cm W x 107 cm D open 30 40
104 A Rashmir hardwood tray-top table, the rectangular carved galleried top carved with foliage and brass leaf inlay, above a folding base, the pierced frieze decorated with grapes and vines, raised on scrolling leaf-carves supports, approximately 67 cm H x 76 cm W x 53 cm D 200 300
105 A late Victorian walnut Pier cabinet, the shaped top with reeded edge above a single glazed door, flanked by turned reeded pilasters and raised on squat cabriole supports and claw and ball feet, approximately 116 cm H x 61 cm W x 31 cm D 40 60
106 A late Victorian oak adjustable swivel desk chair, the rounded back with turned spindles and curved arms, over a solid seat, raised on an iron swivel bracket and pin, stamped Apr 8 1895 PAT ‘D and raised on four outswept feet 60 80
107 An early 20th century oak cupboard, the moulded cornice over a shaped apron and shelf with central pillar, above a pair of panelled doors with ‘S’-shaped iron hinges, enclosing three shelves, raised on a shaped plinth base, approximately 197 cm H x 101 cm W x 47 cm D 100 200
108 A 20th century oak court cupboard, the rectangular top with dash and line carved frieze over two scrolling lyre-panelled doors flanked by two cup and cover supports, the base fitted with a pair of arcaded frieze drawers, above a pair of double lyre-carved panelled doors and raised on cup and cover supports, approximately 131 cm H x 144 cm W x 46 cm D 150 200
109 LOTS 109 – 110 ARE NO LOTS 0 0
111 A mid-19th century mahogany extending dining table, the top with moulded edge and rounded corners and two extra leaves, over a moulded part-frieze and stamped Karby 545 New Oxford Street, to inner rail, raised on turned, reeded, shaped supports and brass and ceramic castors, approximately  68 cm H x 238 cm W x 123 cm D 600 800
112 A Victorian mahogany secretaire bookcase, the moulded cornice over a plain frieze above a pair of flame-figured panelled doors enclosing two shelves, the secretaire base fitted with a series of inlaid drawers and pigeon holes above three graduated, cockbeeded drawers with turned bun handles, raised on bracket feet, approximately 206 cm H x 96 cm W x 49 cm D 800 1200
113 A late 19th/early 20th century mahogany and rosewood inlaid square piano by Joseph Kirkman, Maker’s to His Majesty, Soho Square, London, the line inlaid top opening to reveal strings, hammers and fret-work panel, over ivory keys, raised on turned tapering supports, approximately  87cm H x 170cm W x 71cm D 400 600
114 A Regency mahogany chest of four graduated drawers fitted with brass swing handles and oval escutcheons, above a shaped apron and raised on bracket feet, approximately  98.5 cm H x 91 cm W x 46 cm D 200 300
115 A Victorian mahogany Scottish chest, the top with rounded edge over a cushion-shaped drawer, above four long cockbeeded drawers fitted with bun handles, flanked by scrolling acanthus carved pilasters and raised on bun feet, approximately  122 cm x 107 cm x 53.5 cm 200 300
116 A Regency mahogany chest of two short and three long graduated cockbeeded drawers fitted with brass swing handles and oval escutcheons, above a shaped apron, raised on bracket feet, approximately  97 cm H x 98 cm W x 47.5 cm D 200 300
117 A Victorian walnut side table, the quarter-galleried top with moulded edge, above a pair of frieze drawers with turned bun handles, raised on turned tapering supports, approximately  78 cm H x 103 cm W x 46 cm D 100 200
118 A large Victorian mahogany chest, the top with rounded corners and moulded edge, above two short and three long graduated drawers fitted with turned bun handles and raised on bun feet, approximately  118.5 cm H x 118.5 cm W x 48.5 cm D 100 200
119 An early 19th century walnut teapoy, the sarcophagus-shaped top enclosing four caddies and two mixing compartments, raised on an octagonal column support and quatrefoil base and bun feet, approximately  75cm H x 47cm W x 34cm D 300 400
120 A Regency mahogany breakfast table, the square tilting top with rounded corners on a turned tapering column support and out-swept carved legs, approximately  71 cm H x 79 cm W x 75 cm D 200 300
121 A Victorian wardrobe chest, the centre section with arched pediment, above a pair of arched panelled doors, over four long graduated drawers with turned bun handles, flanked by a pair of arched panelled wardrobe doors with moulded cornice, raised on a plinth base, approximately  185 cm H x 192 cm W x 58 cm D 250 350
122 A Regency mahogany chest of drawers, the rectangular top with moulded edge above four graduated cockbeeded long drawers fitted with brass swing handles and oval escutcheons,  raised on bracket feet, approximately  77 cm H x 80 cm W x 46 cm D 250 350
123 An early 19th century mahogany bow-front chest of two short, over two long graduated cockbeeded drawers, each fitted with turned bun handles, above a shaped apron and raised on bracket feet, approximately  89 cm H x 90 cm W x 49.5 cm D 150 250
124 A 19th century walnut bow-fronted side table, fitting a single cockbeeded frieze drawer, raised on tapering ring turned supports, approximately  81 cm H x 83.5 cm W x 51 cm D 100 200
125 A Victorian mahogany bookcase, the top with moulded cornice and plain frieze above a pair of glazed panelled doors enclosing four adjustable shelves, the base fitted with a pair of flame-figured panelled doors enclosing a single adjustable shelf, raised on tapering turned feet, approximately  238 cm x 124 cm x 41.4 cm 400 600
126 A 19th century mahogany circular tilt-top table with bird-cage action on a turned central column and raised on out-swept cabriole supports and pad feet, approximately  70 cm H x 75 cm W 100 150
127 A set of six 19th century mahogany Hepplewhite-style dining chairs, the shaped top rail and urn-shaped scrolling splat over drop-in padded seats and raised on square tapering supports and cross-stretcher, approximately 97 cm H x 51 cm W x 46 cm D 250 350
128 A Victorian mahogany wind-out dining table, the top with rounded corners and moulded edge and two extra leaves, raised on turned fluted tapering supports and ceramic castors, approximately 76cm H x 225cm W x 120cm D extended 50 100
129 A Victorian burr walnut writing slope, the top with brass and abalone inlaid cartouche monogrammed A.M.B. and dated 11th February 1869, opening to reveal writing slope, inkwell, pen tray and stamp box, approximately 12 cm H x 30 cm W x 23 cm D 40 60
130 A 19th century Scottish mahogany chest, the top with cushion edge over a small central cupboard door, flanked by three short drawers above three long graduated drawers, flanked by turned columns and raised on turned feet, approximately  131cm H x 126cm W x 58cm D 200 300
131 A Victorian mahogany circular tilt-top table on a cannon-shaped column support, raised on out-swept cabriole legs and pad feet, approximately  71 cm H x 80 cm across 150 200
132 A 20th century mahogany reproduction bookcase cabinet, the carved and moulded cornice over a plain frieze, above a single arch-beaded glazed door enclosing three adjustable shelves, the base with gadrooned top above a pair of cock-beeded cupboard doors, raised on squat cabriole leg and talon and ball feet, approximately 187 cm H x 72 cm W x 40 cm D 40 60
133 A 19th century mahogany tea table, the square top with rounded edges above a single frieze drawer with brass swan-neck handle, raised on turned chamfered supports, approximately  70 cm H x 84 cm W x 76 cm D, opened 100 200
134 A 19th century Art Nouveau mahogany dressing chest, the mirrored back flanked by two panels inlaid with stylized tulips, above a three-quarter gallery with pierced heart decoration and single shelf, above two short and one long drawer, fitted with copper tulip and heart shaped handles and escutcheon, raised on bracket feet approximately  155cm H x 107cm W x 51cm D 100 200
135 A Victorian mahogany chest, the top with moulded edge above three long graduated drawers, each fitted with turned bun handles, raised on bracket feet, approximately  93 cm x 95 cm x 52 cm 80 120
136 A 19th century Art Nouveau mahogany bedside cupboard, the square top inset with green ceramic tiles over a single panel door fitted with copper heart-shaped hinges and lock, raised on bracket feet, approximately  81 cm H x 43 cm W x 43 cm D 40 60
137 A 19th century mahogany tilt-top table, the circular top on turned support, raised on outswept serpent legs, approximately 69cm H x 76cm Dia. 80 120
138 A 19th century oak bow-front chinoiserie corner cupboard, the lacquered doors decorated with pergodas and figures enclosing three shaped shelves with pierced brass hinges and escutcheon, approximately  93 cm x 60 cm x 41 cm 120 150
139 A 19th century rosewood framed tub-shaped chair on turned supports, upholstered in beige fabric, approximately 72 cm H x 63 cm W x 61 cm D 30 50
140 A pair of 19th century mahogany framed tub-shaped armchairs with scroll backs and carved splats over a padded seat, raised on turned supports and castors, approximately 67 cm H x 61 cm W x 67 cm D 70 80
141 A 19th century mahogany desk, the moulded top fitted with leather insert, above two frieze drawers, raised on turned tapering legs 70 80
142 A late 19th century mahogany collector’s cabinet, the rectangular moulded top above a heavily carved door decorated with a pair of arched panels with scrolling thistles and basket-weave base, enclosing four small drawers with brass recessed handles and raised on a plinth base, approximately 44 cm H x 36 cm W x 20.5 cm D 80 120
143 A Georgian mahogany bow-front chest of two short, over three long drawers fitted with brass ring handles and escutcheons, raised on out-swept feet, approximately 104 cm H x 105 cm W x 51 cm D 150 200
144 A 20th century pine refectory-style table, the four-planked top with bread board ends, on shaped rails and raised on turned supports, with block feet and single cross-stretcher, approximately 76 cm H x 198 cm L x 76 cm D 80 120
145 A 20th century pine table, the narrow top with moulded edge and rounded corners over a moulded frieze, raised on turned supports, approximately 74 cm H x 214 cm L x 60 cm D 40 60
146 A 20th century pine table, the narrow top with moulded edge and rounded corners over a moulded frieze, raised on turned supports, approximately 74 cm H x 207 cm L x 59 cm D 40 60
147 A 20th century pine table, the narrow top with moulded edge and rounded corners over a moulded frieze, raised on turned supports, approximately 74 cm H x 176 cm L x 59 cm D 40 60
148 Two 20th century pine benches, the tops with rounded corners, shaped trestle end supports and cross-stretchers, approximately 43 cm H x 190 cm L  and 43 cm H x 180 cm L 80 120
149 THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM THE SALE – A small stained pine table 10 20
150 An Edwardian octagonal occasional table with galleried under-tier and raised on ring-turned supports, approximately 65.5 cm H x 59.5 cm W x 60 cm D 40 60
151 A 19th century centre table, the marquetry top over four cock-beeded drawers raised on an octagonal column and quatrefoil base, approximately 74 cm H x 70 W 50.5 D 120 140
152 An early 19th century mahogany three-tier corner washstand, approximately 106 cm H x 54 cm W x 38 cm D 40 60
153 A 19th century pot cupboard with three-quarter galleried top above a single panel door, raised on turned tapering supports, approximately 80 cm H x 48 cm W x 46 cm D 40 60
154 A 19th century mahogany occasional table, the moulded square top over a plain bracket fret-work frieze, raised on ring-turned supports united by a circular fret-work under-tier, approximately 67 cm H x 47.5 cm W x 43 cm D 40 60
155 A 19th century mahogany side table, the rectangular top with rounded corners, above a single frieze drawer with turned bun handles, raised on turned tapering supports, approximately 74 cm H x 71 cm W x 45.5 cm D 40 60
156 An Edwardian occasional table, the circular moulded top with plain frieze, raised on tapering ring-turned supports, united by a  shaped under-tier, approximately 71.5 cm H x 57 cm across 30 50
157 A 19th century mahogany inlaid corner washstand, the galleried top above a single tier fitted short drawer with brass knob handle, raised on out-swept supports, approximately 103 cm H x 63 cm W x 42 cm D 40 60
158 A 19th century mahogany washstand, the square top with three-quarter gallery above a single under-tier fitted with one drawer, with shaped apron, raised on slender square supports, approximately 89.5 cm H x 35 cm W x 36 cm D 40 60
159 A set of four mid-19th century dining chairs, the shaped rail and carved mid-rail over floral upholstered drop-in seats, raised on sabre legs, approximately 89 cm H x 49 cm W x 48 cm D 150 150
160 A late 18th/early 19th century mahogany open armchair, the back with wheatsheaf splats, scrolling arms on turned supports above an over-stuffed seat, raised on tapering, fluted supports and cross-stretcher, approximately 88 cm H x 59.5 cm W x 52 cm D 40 60
161 A 19th century mahogany demi-lune tea table, the folding top above a plain frieze, raised on squat cabriole supports and castors, approximately  79 cm H x 93 cm W when open x 46.5 cm D 60 80
162 A late 18th/early 19th century oak corner cupboard, the moulded cornice and dental frieze above an astragal-glazed door enclosing three shaped shelves, with H-shaped hinges and brass ring handle, approximately  109.5 cm H x 78 cm W x 46.5 cm D 120 150
163 An early 20th century mahogany ‘Taylor’s Witness’ of Sheffield cutlery advertising display case with gilt lettering, glazed front and green baize background,approximately 102 cm H x 31 cm W x 10 cm D 180 200
164 A late 18th/early 19th century mahogany sideboard, the serpentine top over a central bowed drawer, flanked by a pair of deep cupboard doors over two low cupboard doors, each with brass ring handles and escutcheons, raised on square tapering supports and spade-end feet, approximately 99 cm H x 191 cm W x 69 cm D 200 300
165 A 19th century rosewood breakfast table, the circular moulded top with plain frieze, on an octagonal baluster-shaped column, raised on a sloping circular base with lion paw feet and castors, approximately 118 cm x 74.5 cm H 500 600
166 A set of five 19th century walnut balloon-back chairs, the top rail carved with flowers and leaves, above an over-stuffed serpentine seat, raised on carved cabriole legs, approximately 86 cm H x 46 cm W x 45 cm D 70 80
167 An oak 1930s Heal & Son low dressing table, the bevel edged mirror over a pair of two-drawer pedestals, raised on beaded block feet, approximately 149 cm H x 106 cm W x 47 cm D 60 80
168 A 19th century rosewood workbox, the octagonal moulded top enclosing a series of compartments and boxes, on a tapering column, raised on carved splayed feet, approximately 74 cm H x 43.5 cm W x 43 cm D 200 250
169 A 19th century mahogany apprentice chest of three drawers with bun handles, raised on a plinth base, approximately 28 cm H x 29.5 cm W x 14 cm D 30 40
170 LOTS 170 – 171 ARE NO LOTS 0 0
172 A Victorian walnut cross-banded jewellery box, missing interior, fitted with a secret drawer to side, plus contents, approximately 19 cm H x 31.5 cm W x 21 cm D 70 100
173 A Victorian rectangular mahogany tilt-top table on a turned, tapering column, raised on three out-swept cabriole supports, approximately 72 cm H x 71 cm W x 41 cm D 50 60
174 An early 19th century mahogany inlaid work table, the top with drop ends and rounded corners, over two frieze drawers with brass knobs, raised on twin-turned column supports and cross-stretcher, on out-swept feet with carved acanthus leaf decoration and lion paw castors, approximately  75 cm H x 89.5 cm W open x 42 cm D 150 250
175 A late 19th/early 20th century oak mirror-backed sideboard, the floral carved cornice over a single panel-glazed cupboard and bevel-edged plate and single carved column, above scrolling acanthus brackets and foliate-carved border, the base fitted with a pair of scrolling leaf-carved drawers with mask handles over a pair of heavily-carved lozenge panelled doors flanked by acanthus pilasters and raised on bracket feet, approximately  193 cm H x 150 cm W x 57 cm D 100 200
176 A late Victorian walnut wardrobe, the moulded cornice over a hand-decorated frieze, above a pair of arched, panelled hand-decorated doors, with brass swing handles, raised on a plinth base, approximately 206 cm H x 137 cm W x 59 cm D 200 250
177 An Edwardian walnut inlaid display cabinet, the moulded top over a line-inlaid frieze with central floral inlaid panel, above an astragal glazed door,  enclosing upholstered shelves, raised on slender supports, approximately  145 cm x 54.5 cm x 30.5 cm 80 120
178 A late 19th/early 20th century mahogany twin-pedestal desk, the top with tooled green leather insert and moulded edge over three frieze drawers, each pedestal fitted with three graduated drawers, each with brass swan-neck handles, raised on plinth and castor bases, approximately 75 cm H x 121 cm W x 59 cm D 150 250
179 A Victorian pine chest, the moulded top over three graduated long drawers, each fitted with bun handles and raised on turned double bun feet, approximately 82 cm H x 94 cm W x 48 cm D 80 120
180 A Victorian mahogany wall cupboard, the moulded cornice above a single arched panel door enclosing two shelves with plain rectangular base, approximately 76cm H x 54cm W x 22cm D 50 80
181 A set of six Edwardian mahogany dining chairs, the backs with floral carved top rail and turned spindle mid-rail, on scrolled support above over-stuffed seats, raised on ring-turned tapering supports, approximately  91cm H x 46cm D x 49cm W 60 100
182 An early 20th century mahogany music cabinet, the top with moulded edge over a tambour front, enclosing three adjustable shelves, raised ion a shaped base, approximately  91 cm x 87.5 cm x 40 cm 80 120
183 A Victorian mahogany extending dining table, the top with moulded edge, canted corners and extra leaf, over a moulded frieze, raised on turned, reeded, tapering supports and castors, approximately  71 cm H x 146 cm W x 105 cm D 80 120
184 A large 20th century handmade oak extending D-end dining table, raised on turned supports with x-frame stretcher, housing two additional leaves, fully extended 268cm long x 120cm wide – Part of a contents of a property in Biddenden, East Sussex 400 500
185 A set of seven early 19th century mahogany dining chairs with square moulded backs and pierced vase-shaped spalts above drop in seats with square legs and ‘H’ form stretchers, 94cm high, and one other 19th century dining chair upholstered in matching fabric – Part of a contents of a property in Biddenden, East Sussex 250 350
186 A set of four Victorian mahogany dining chairs, with bobbin back rail above vertical splats, raised on turned supports, upholstered in a red patterned fabric, 88cm high – Part of a contents of a property in Biddenden, East Sussex 50 80
187 A large reclaimed pine dresser, the top section housing two shelves with panelled back above the base fitted with three central drawers between a pair of cupboard doors, 195cm high x 155cm wide – Part of a contents of a property in Biddenden, East Sussex 150 200
188 A George II oak games table, the fold over top with eared corners, the base fitted with five short drawers above shaped apron, on cabriole supports and pad feet, 74cm high x 41cm deep x 81cm wide – Part of a contents of a property in Biddenden, East Sussex 250 350
189 A 19th century oak side table, the single frieze drawer decorated with carved roundels, above a carved and shaped apron, raised on barley twist supports united by stretchers, 66cm high x 58cm deep x 79cm wide – Part of a contents of a property in Biddenden, East Sussex 100 200
190 An early 19th century elm seated stick back arm chair on turned supports, 96cm high – Part of a contents of a property in Biddenden, East Sussex 100 150
191 A small Regency mahogany chest of four long drawers with ivory escutcheons and brass oval drop handles, with boxwood stringing and inlaid patera on bracket feet, 93cm high x 45cm deep x 89cm wide – Part of a contents of a property in Biddenden, East Sussex 150 250
192  Two 19th century face screens, one decorated with Indian horsemen capturing a tiger, with gilt floral swags to border and turned rosewood handle, the other with central vignette, decorated with a mill and figures to bridge, with mountains to background, the border decorated with floral sprays and animals, the back pictured with a Scottish officer escorting a lady through darkened chamber, with turned gilt handle 40 60
193 NO LOT 0 0
194 A Victorian mahogany bookcase, the top with moulded cornice, over a pair of glazed panelled doors enclosing four shelves, the base fitted with a pair of arched panelled doors, raised on a  plinth base, approximately 194 cm H x 108 cm W x 48 cm D 150 250
195 A 19th century pine wall rack fitted with four shelves with fluted edges and shaped supports, approximately  107 H cm x 183 cm W x 23 cm D 60 100
196 A Victorian pine dresser base, the two-plank top over three short drawers, above three central drawers, flanked by two panelled cupboard doors, all fitted with bun handles, over a shaped apron, on bracket feet, approximately 84 cm H x 175 cm W x 56 cm D 250 300
197 A Victorian walnut pot cupboard, the top with shaped back and moulded edge, above a single panelled door with turned bun handles, raised on a plinth base, approximately  77.5 cm H x 34 cm W x 30 cm D 30 50
198 An Edwardian oak pot cupboard, the square top with shaped rack above a single panelled door, fitted with brass swing handles, raised on a plinth base, approximately  84 cm H x 40 cm W x 39 cm D 30 50
199 A Victorian mahogany Pembroke table, the top with moulded edge and rounded corners, above a single drawer with turned bun handles, opposing a dummy drawer, raised on turned tapering supports and brass and ceramic castors, approximately  70 cm H x 90 cm W x 92 cm D 70 100
200 An 20th century oak American carver chair, the scrolling back with central pierced fretwork cartouche and scrolled arms on turned fluted supports, over an over-stuffed seat on tapering turned front legs and wooden castors together with matching dining chair Carver approximately  93 cm H x 62 cm W x 56 cm D 50 60
201 A late 19th/early 20th century pine desk, the top fitted with black leather insert over a pair of pedestals fitted with drawers and cupboards, raised on a plinth base. 76 cm H x 137 cm W x 78 cm D 50 70
202 A 19th century mahogany chest-on-chest, the top with scrolling pediment, above two banks of three graduated long drawers each fitted with turned bun handles, raised on a plinth base, approximately 184 cm H x 122 cm W x 56 cm D 160 200
203 A late Victorian mahogany display cabinet, the moulded cornice over a plain frieze, above a pair off glazed panelled doors enclosing three shelves, raised on squat carved cabriole supports, approximately 157 cm H x 99 cm W x 42 cm D 60 100
204 LOTS 204 – 209 ARE NO LOTS 0 0
210 A 20th century painted wrought iron folding garden bench, the shaped rail over a heart-shaped scrolling back, with a slatted seat on cross-frame supports and cross-stretchers, approximately 100 cm H x 110 cm W x 54 cm D 60 80
211 A 20th century painted metal garden table and chairs, the circular lattice top on scrolling supports and outswept feet together with four matching lattice-work folding chairs, table approximately 77 cm H x 83 cm Diameter, chairs 90 cm H x 44 cm W x 53 cm D 120 140
212 A 20th century painted metal garden table and chairs, the circular lattice-work top on scrolling supports and outswept feet, together with four matching lattice-work folding chairs, table approximately 77 cm H x 83 cm Diameter, chairs 90 cm H x 44 cm W x 53 cm D 120 140
213 A 20th century painted metal garden table, the rectangular slatted top on straight supports and cross-stretcher together with four metal lattice-work folding chairs, table approximately 77 cm H x 83 cm Diameter, chairs 90 cm H x 44 cm W x 53 cm D 120 140
214 A 20th century painted metal garden table, the rectangular slatted top on straight supports and cross-stretcher together with four metal lattice-work folding chairs, table approximately 77 cm H x 83 cm Diameter, chairs 90 cm H x 44 cm W x 53 cm D 120 140
215 A 20th century white painted wrought iron garden seat, the geometrically-shaped back above a slatted seat, with scrolled arms on straight supports, approximately 91 cm H x 122 cm W x 44 cm D 80 120
216 A pair of cast iron campana-shaped urns, raised on square stepped plinths, approximately 69 cm H 150 200
217 A pair of 20th century cast-iron campana-shaped urns, one raised on a square stepped plinth, approximately 69 cm H (one plinth lacking) 150 200
218 An early 20th century painted wrought iron garden bench, the scrolling arms and supports united by later teak slats, 76 cm H x 152 cm W x 54 cm D 100 120
219 An early 20th century painted wrought iron garden bench, the scrolling arms and supports united by later teak slats, approximately 79 cm H x 153 cm W x 57 cm D 100 120
220 A large 20th century terracotta flared rim planter with fluted panelled sides, approximately 60 cm H x 61 cm Dia 30 50
221 A pair of large stoneware jardinieres, decorated with Chinese dragons, approximately 39 cm H x 39 cm Dia 20 30
222 An aluminium milk churn stamped ‘Terry’s Dairies, Gillingham’, a galvanized bath plus a galvanized wash dolly tub (3 items) 40 60
223 A vintage galvanized 30-gallon water bowser ”The Cruiser” on an iron-wheeled frame 30 50
224 A late 19th century cast iron water pump embossed with a rampant lion and the number 4 40 60
225 A late 19th/20th century white painted garden seat on scrolling wrought iron supports, approximately 180 cm H x 77 cm W x 80 cm D 100 120
226 An early 20th century green painted garden seat on scrolling wrought iron supports, united by teak slats, approximately 180 cm H x 79 cm W x 67 cm D 50 70
227 A 19th century circular millstone, approximately 10 cm H x 70 cm D 30 40
228 A pair of 19th century sarcophagus-shaped cast iron planters, approximately 36 cm H x 64 cm W x 43 cm D 80 120
229 A 20th century white painted wrought iron garden seat, the geometrically-shaped back over a slatted seat with scrolled arms, approximately 91 cm H x 122 cm W x 44 cm D together with a 20th century white painted wrought iron rectangular table with slatted top, straight supports and cross-stretcher, approximately 49 cm H x 91 cm W x 51 cm D 120 140
230 A pair of 19th century terracotta planters with octagonal flared rim tops with floral and acanthus leaf decoration, raised on octagonal arched bases, approximately  60 cm H x 47 cm W 150 200
231 A stone garden statue of a young woman dressed in robes, mounted on a separate, square-topped column base, approximately 107 cm with plinth 30 50
232 A black painted cast-iron V-shaped animal feed trough with central divider, approximately 17 cm H x 151.5 cm L x 33 cm D 30 40
233 LOTS 233 – 234 ARE NO LOTS 0 0
235 A pair of 19th century circular gilt framed wall mirrors, the convex plates surrounded by rose and bud encrusted frames surmounted by ribboned garlands, approximately 48cm H x 38cm W 100 120
236 An early 19th century girandole wall mirror with oval plate in an ornate gilt frame, mounted with shell and floral swag moulding and fitted with a pair of sconces decorated with flowers and leaves, approximately 93 cm H x 54 cm W 150 250
237 NO LOT 0 0
238 A 19th century mahogany skeleton mirror, the shield-shaped plate on scrolling supports and cross-stretcher, raised on splayed-out feet, approximately 56.5 cm H x 40 cm W – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 30 40
239 A 19th century walnut skeleton mirror, the oval plate on scrolling support and cross-stretcher, raised on outswept feet, approximately 40 cm H x 46 cm W – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 20 30
240 An ornate early 20th century mirror with bevelled plate and pierced, stamped scrolling foliate silvered copper frame, approximately 29 cm H x 24 cm W 10 20
241 A small babola framed mirror, approximately 15 cm x 18 cm 15 20
242 A late 19th century oval framed wall mirror with rope twist border, decorated with ferns and roses, approximately 61 cm H x 38 cm W 30 40
243 A walnut early 19th century toilet mirror, the rectangular plate in moulded frame on square tapering supports with brass finials, the inlaid base with cushion-front, fitted with three small drawers with pressed brass knob handles, raised on bracket feet, approximately 59 cm H x 41.5 cm W 80 120
244 A 19th century swing mirror, the oval plate on carved scrolling supports on a shaped base, fitted with three drawers and raised on bun feet, approximately 84 cm H x 64 cm W 100 200
245 A rosewood and gilt 19th century over-mantle mirror. approximately 46.5 cm H x 76.5 cm W 80 120
246 An early 20th century table mirror, the cushion-framed plate on turned reeded supports above an inverted break-front base, fitted with two short drawers with bobbin-turned beading, raised on bun feet, approximately 69.5 cm H x 67 cm W x 26 cm D 80 120
247 NO LOT 0 0
248 An early 20th century spelter figural lamp, the windswept female figure holding a conche shell harp, standing on breaking waves, the lamp with milk glass dome-shaped shade and mounted on a circular marble base 40 60
249 A late 19th/early 20th century Arts & Crafts brass adjustable lamp from a Pullman carriage, approximately 39 cm H 50 60
250 A French 20th century five-branch gilt, brass and glass chandelier 60 100
251 A 20th century French gilt brass seven light electrolier, the swag decorated supports supporting a central column with floral leaf cast sconces, approximately 81 cm 300 400
252 A pair of 20th century gilt decorated Blackamoor table lamps, each figure supporting four gilt heightened scrolling branches to shaped sconces, raised on rocky bases and classical rectangular plinth, each 99 cm H 300 400
253 NO LOT 0 0
254 A 19th century Dutch brass six-branch chandelier, the bulbous body decorated with serpent’s heads, terminating in sconces and drip trays, approximately 44 cm H x 60 cm W 100 150
255 NO LOT 0 0
256 A French Art Deco glass table lamp, the three-section frosted glass body on a hexagonal pressed material base, approximately 36 cm H on metal base 15 25
257 NO LOT 0 0
258 A pair of late 19th century gilt three-branch candelabra with lion mask decoration on a fluted column, raised on leg and hoof supports, approximately 53 cm H 200 300
259 A 19th century Arts & Crafts adjustable oil standard lamp, the bronze reservoir housed in a shaped wrought iron bowl with copper flower mounts above a copper and brass adjustable body, raised on wrought iron scrolling supports, decorated with applied copper acanthus leaves, approximately 137 cm H 40 60
260 A 20th century Italian Murano glass six-branch chandelier, the cut-glass and brass body with scrolling arms terminating in floral mould drip trays, each hung with pink glass tulips and lustres, approximately 60 cm H x 50 cm W 150 160
261 A large 1970s brass and glass seven-tier bag ceiling light hung with octagonal and pear-shaped glass lustres, approximately 60 cm H 100 120
262 A 1970s brass and glass six-tier bag ceiling light hung with octagonal and pear-shaped cut-glass lustres, approximately 50 cm H 80 100
263 A pair of W.M. Harrie Art Deco wall-mounted oil lamps, possibly from a cruise liner, the hexagonal torch-shaped bodies on geometrically stepped wall mounts, complete with brass head reflective sconces, approximately 26 cm H x 18 cm D 70 100
264 NO LOT 0 0
265 After Emille Lassalle 1813-1871 Portraits of Continental ladies Pair of hand coloured aquatints 62cm x 46cm Housed in matching ornate gilt gesso frames 150 250
266 An Art Deco table lamp in the form of a pair of cast metal figures of Pierrot and Pierrette, seated back-to-back on an amber-frosted, textured glass globe, mounted on a  marble base, signed EXE 5 to bottom of Pierrot’s left leg, approximately 28 cms high 350 450
267 NO LOT 0 0
268 A Victorian sampler depicting Oriental figures and Neo Classical motifs within floral border, by ‘Margaret Ann Beckwith, aged 13, June 2’, framed and glazed 100 150
269 Late 19th/early 20th Century Japanese Forbidden Fruit Woodblock polychrome print With character mark seal 18cm x 12cm 30 50
270 Sydney Arrobus 1901-1990 Houses in a forest Watercolour Signed lower left 30cm x 20cm 40 60
271 Victor Coverley Price 1901-1988 ‘Fox’ Watercolour Signed lower right 1988 Exhibition label en verso for the Alpine Club London 22cm x 30cm 90 110
272 20th Century British ‘Evening’, High Street, Aylesbury Oil on board Indistinctly signed lower right 11cm x 13cm 25 45
273 Joan L Archer (20th Century British) ‘Cotswold Village’ Pen and watrcolour Signed to lower left and dated ’90 14cm x 19.5cm 10 20
274 K. Sholto Douglas (20th Century British) ‘Hunters Moon’, portrait of a horse Oil on canvas Signed to lower left 39cm x 49cm 40 60
275 Ketut Soki b.1946 (Balinese) Bali Fantasy Acrylic on board Signed lower right 61.5cm x 61cm 20 30
276 Luisa Dominguez (20th Century British) ‘Mercedes’ Lithograph Limited edition 19/350 Signed to margin 25.5cm x 19cm 50 70
277 Vladimir Griegorovich Tretchikoff 1913-2006 (South African) Poinsettias Photographic print 43cm x 59cm 20 30
278 20th Century British Garden pond with lilies Oil on canvas Monogrammed ‘T R’ to lower right 45cm x 30cm 30 50
279 19th Century Continental Portrait of a gentleman Oil on canvas applied to board Unsigned 25.5cm x 20cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 80 120
280 Charles John De Lacy 1856-c1936, RA RBA Dutch fishing boat unloading Oil on canvas Signed lower right and dated 1877 19cm x 39.5cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 200 300
281 Charles John De Lacy 1856-c1936, RA RBA Ship in full sail with figures watching from the quay side Oil on canvas Signed lower left and dated 1877 19.5cm x 39.5cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 200 300
282 19th Century Continental Countess Zofia Potocki (1760-1822) Miniature portrait on ivory Indistinctly signed Housed in oval brass frame 8cm x 6cm (The Polish Countess Zofia Potocki was famous for having been a Greek prostitute, slave, spy and wife of Stanislav Szezesny Potocki and at one time was considered to be the most beautiful woman in Europe) 100 150
283 After Bartolomè Esteban Murillo Two boys eating melons and grapes Oil on board backed canvas Signed ‘Murillo’ lower right With inscription to verso and associated newspaper cutting 19cm x 15.5cm 100 200
284 19th Century Continental Figures kneeling before a shrine Oil on board Unsigned With inscription en verso 18.5cm x 15.5cm 80 120
285 19th Century British Couple retiring to bed Oil on board Unsigned Part label to verso 18.35cm x 23cm 20 30
286 NO LOT 0 0
287 A collection of assorted 19th century and earlier book plates, pencil sketches and other artwork, housed in a folio 100 150
288 After Bartolomè Esteban Murillo Boy shepherd with sheep and ruins in the distance Pastel Unsigned 106cm x 72cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 150 200
289 20th Century British Still life of roses and fruit with building in the distance Pastel Unsigned 103.5cm x 107.5cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 100 150
290 20th Century British Military Officer on rearing horse Oil on board backed canvas Unsigned 90cm x 60cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 150 200
291 James Greig 1861-1941 ‘Salcombe’ Watercolour Signed to lower right 31cm x 47cm Unframed 60 100
292 J W Clayton (20th Century British) ‘Caernarvon Castle’ Watercolour Signed to lower left 25.5cm x 40cm Unframed 100 150
293 J W Clayton (20th Century British) ‘Road to the Sea’ Watercolour Signed to lower left 17cm x 36cm Unframed 30 50
294 William Henry Earp (19th/early 20th Century) Seascape with fishing boats Watercolour Signed lower left 26cm x 56.5cm Unframed 60 100
295 E S K Powell (20th Century British) Thatched cottage Watercolour Signed lower right 19cm x 27.5cm Unframed 20 30
296 A collection of thirteen 19th century hand-coloured engravings depicting seascapes to include Holy Island, Lynmouth Life Boat, Blyth, Shields etc together with a plan of Tunbridge Wells, all unframed 20 30
297 20th Century British Ruins of a country estate Watercolour Unsigned 25.5cm x 36cm along with  20th Century British Scottish mountain scene Watercolour Unsigned 34cm x 25cm (2 items) 20 30
298 Anthony Richard Tiffin (20th Century British) ‘Slindon Greys’ Oil on canvas Signed to lower left Artist’s label to verso 49.5cm x 60cm  Housed in ornate gilt frame 50 80
299 Mark Chester b.1960 ‘Summer Colours’ Gouache on paper Signed to lower right Label to verso 26.5cm x 38cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 80 120
300 Annette Ollivary b.1926 (French) ‘La Lecture’ Oil on canvas Signed to upper right Label to verso 17cm x 13cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 100 200
301 19th Century Chinese Chinese Junks Five watercolours on rice paper Unsigned Each 12cm x 17.5cm Housed in chequer strung frames 100 200
302 Mark Chester b.1960 ‘Yellow Hammer’ Acrylic Signed lower right and dated 1991 Label to verso 17.5cm x 24.5cm and a photographic print of Mallards by the same artist (2 items) 80 120
303 Nina Dupont (20th Century) ‘A bottle of wine’ Acrylic on board Signed lower left and dated ’95 27.5cm x 30cm 30 40
304 Annette Ollivary b.1926 (French) ‘La Siesta’ Oil on canvas Signed to lower right and dated 1969 Label to verso 21cm x 26cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 100 200
305 Robert Morden c.1650-1703 Map of Hampshire Handcoloured engraving 36cm x 41.5cm Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 80 120
306 After Henry Alkin (1785-1851) ‘Full Cry’, ‘Finding’, ‘Partridge Shooting’, ‘Grouse Shooting’, ‘Breaking Cover’ and ‘Going Out’ Hand coloured engravings Each 21cm x 28.5cm (6 items) Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 100 150
307 Wallace R Hester (19th/20th Century British)  Uppingham Pair of engravings Signed lower left 20cm x 27cm (2 items) 10 20
308 20th Century British Scottish mountain lake scene Watercolour Unsigned 29cm x 38cm and 20th Century British Summer Hillside with river to the foreground, possibly Exmoor Watercolour Unsigned 26cm x 31cm (2items) 10 20
309 W C Lee (20th Century) Oriental village scene with pagoda to centre Watercolour Signed lower left 19.5cm x 30cm 10 20
310 20th Century Continental Still life of yellow and pink roses Oil on canvas Indistinctly signed to lower right  19cm x 24.5cm 10 20
311 After David Cox Junior 1809-1885  Watermill with mountains in the distance Watercolour Signed 32.5cm x 48.5cm 50 70
312 H Sparling (20th Century British) Rye High Street Watercolour Signed to lower left Label to verso 26.5cm x 36.5cm 10 15
313 William Janszoon Blaeu & Sons (17th Century Dutch) Map of Holy and Farne Islands off the coast of Northumberland from the ‘Atlas Nouvs’ Hancoloured engraving 39cm x 47cm 50 100
314 19th Century British Portrait of a boy with stick and hoop Watercolour Unsigned Inscription to verso reads; ‘Herbert Leneten Farrett, born Aug 26 1837, died May 1894’ 19cm x 13cm and 19th Century British Oval portrait of a gentleman Watercolour Unsigned  18cm x 14.5cm (2 items) 50 80
315 S G Gates (20th Century British) Autumn village scene with church spire in the distance Oil on board Signed lower right and dated 1974 48cm x 74cm Housed in gilt frame 50 60
316 20th Century British Still life of dahlias Pair of oils on canvas Unsigned Each 76cm x 41cm Housed in gilt frames (2 items) 50 60
317 After Claude Lorrain 1600-1682 Three sepia prints of drawings from the collection of the Duke of Devonshire Numbers 2, 19 and 24 32cm x 36.5cm Housed in gilt frames 100 150
318 Tom Quinn b.1918 ‘Writing a letter’ Oil on board Signed to lower right Label to verso 39cm x 26.5cm Housed in gilt frame 120 150
319 Karl Schmidbauer 1921-1998 ‘The secluded cabin’ Oil on canvas Signed Label en verso 61cm x 91cm Unframed 30 50
320 E Wilkins (20th Century British) Seascape with sailing boats Watercolour Signed to lower left 16cm x 24cm 10 15
321 Attributed to William Garland, (Fl.1853-1882)  Portrait of a lady Oil on canvas Signed to lower right and dated 1854 76cm x 6.5cm Unframed and an over-painted photograph of the same sitter (2 items) 120 150
322 J S C Simpson (20th Century British) ‘Crooke Cottages’ Etching  Signed, titled and inscribed to lower margin 18.5cm x 30cm Unframed 20 40
323 J S C Simpson (20th Century British) ‘Herring City’ Etching  Signed and titled to lower margin 20cm x 20cm Unframed 40 60
324 J S C Simpson (20th Century British) ‘Hemsby, Norfolk’ Etching  Signed and titled to lower margin 26.5cm x 21cm Housed in carved oak frame 40 60
325 Lee Young 1914-1988 Sea Captain with pipe Oil on canvas Signed to lower left 24.5cm x 19cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 20 30
326 Donald Hamilton Fraser 1929-2009, RA Dancer adjusting her tu tu Limited edition silk-screen print Numbered 166/295 Signed to lower right 73cm x 48cm 300 500
327 Reverend S Shaw ‘View of Elford from the south-east’ Watercolour Signed lower left and dated 1797 25cm x 40cm 80 100
328 Felix Kelly 1914-1944 ‘Old Cater Ryder Building at 1 King William’s Street, London EC4’ Limited edition print Signed lower right 39.5cm x 51cm 120 150
329 A set of five celestial maps from a set entitled ”The Stars in Six Maps” on the gnomonic projection , revised by the Rev W.R. Dawes under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Hand-coloured, originally drawn by W. Newton and engraved by J & C Walker, London 150 200
330 19th Century Continental Portrait of semi-nude lady reading Miniature on porcelain Housed in velvet cushion frame 50 80
331 Scott Brown (20th Century) ‘Sicily’ Pastel Signed lower right and dated 1987 Label to verso 35cm x 54cm 30 40
332 Late 19th/early 20th Century British Woman on horse with dog Oil on canvas Unsigned 39.5cm x 49cm Housed in gilt frame 65 70
333 Robert Coppillie b.1951 Wooden stile surrounded by flowers Watercolour Signed lower right 35cm x 27cm 100 120
334 After Samuel Henry Baker 1824-1909 ‘In the farmyard’ Oil on canvas Unsigned 34cm x 44cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 280 340
335 20th Century British Boats on the Thames Pair of oils on boards Unsigned Each 21cm x 35cm 40 60
336 Thomas Buford Meteyard 1865-1928  City skyline overlooking docks Watercolour Signed lower right  18cm x 12.5cm 150 200
337 Ronald Fiddy (20th Century) ‘Button up’ Mixed media Signed to lower right Label to Verso 22cm x 22cm 70 90
338 A Victorian oval ornate gilt frame housed on a velvet background, in a glazed rosewood frame, approximately overall 42cm x 37cm 60 80
339 W E Ainsworth (19th Century British) Courting couple by woodland Oil on canvas Signed 29cm x 45cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 80 100
340 Kamak Chanpa b.1963 (Indian) Seated lady Acrylic Signed lower right 35cm x 31.5cm and Jamal Ahmed b.1955 (Indian) Seated man with umbrella Acrylic Signed Exhibition card to verso 38cm x 28cm (2 items) 50 60
341 A Victorian sampler with Sabbath day rhyme to centre and bird, flower, tree and angel surround, by Sarah Kershaw, aged 10 years, dated 1863, 31.5cm x 32.5cm, framed and glazed 80 120
342 20th century British Still life of flowers in a vase Oil on canvas Indistinctly signed to lower right 48.5cm x 38.5cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 30 40
343 Constantin Andreèvitch Terechkovitch 1902-1978 Mother and child Artist’s proof lithograph Signed to lower right 59cm x 42cm 60 80
344 William Thomas (20th century) Yacht with waves breaking over the bow Watercolour Signed to lower right 23.5cm x 33.5cm 30 40
345 Barbara Venning (20th Century British)  Still life of a floral spray and vase Signed to lower right 71cm x 52cm Housed in a gilt oak frame 30 40
346 Donald Hamilton Frazer 1929-2009, RA Dancer with Sash Limited edition silk-screen print Numbered 142/225 Signed lower right 63cm x 52cm 150 250
347 An early 19th century framed needle and bead-work panel with flowers and buds to centre, surrounded by leaves and berries, 47cm x 51cm, housed in ornate gilt frame 80 120
348 An early 19th century framed needle and bead-work panel with dove and blackberries to centre, surrounded by floral scrolling swags, unsigned, 51cm x 51.5cm 100 150
349 Frank Stratford (19th/20th Century British) Otter with prey Oil on canvas Signed to lower left 24.5cm x 35cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 400 450
350 Oscar Barblan 1909-1987 (Swiss) Study of a nude female Oil on canvas Unsigned Pencil inscription to verso 44.5cm x 29cm 150 200
351 A Victorian wool-work panel depicting a girl with dog seated beneath a tree, 29.5cm x 22.5cm, framed and glazed 100 150
352 A Victorian sampler with numerals and alphabet by Jane Armstrong aged 12, 30.5cm x 18.5cm, framed and glazed 40 60
353 19th Century (Possibly French) Jewellery designs Three hand coloured book plates 24cm x 17cm Housed in decorative gilt frames 60 80
354 J I Graham (20th Century British) Fishing boat in choppy waters Oil on board Signed lower right 44cm x 54cm 100 200
356 A late Victorian duck-egg blue hand-stitched full-length ball gown, the boned bodice decorated with embroidered flowers with iridescent petal detail, with double ribbon shoestring straps and full taffeta skirt falling from the bust line, with attached silk underskirt 40 60
357 An Edwardian silk parasol, the turned bone handle with carved hook handle, together with a 20th century Chinese bamboo-framed parasol with paper shade decorated with butterflies and flowers, plus one other 40 60
358 A Ladakh Indian head dress decorated with a variety of beads including wooden, turquoise, mother of pearl and agate examples, with back panel and ornamental cast metal pendants above the ears, 35cm high, on perspex stand and a similar Ladakh Indian leather and fabric waistcoat, the front with all-over beaded decoration amongst shells and turquoise set convex metal disks 100 200
359 An ivory coloured Shantung silk 1960’s full length A-Line wedding dress, with three-quarter sleeves, scoop neckline, rear zip fastening and single bow to the back 50 70
360 A cotton christening gown together with a white hand-knitted matinee jacket 10 20
361 A late Victorian duck-egg blue taffeta full-length silk-lined evening dress with V-neck and puff sleeves, the fitted bodice with press-stud and side zip fastening, falling to a flared, panel skirt, with matching blue lace detail stitched to form a harlequin pattern 40 60
362 A full-length chestnut coloured satin evening dress, the long sleeves slashed from mid-shoulder, gathered to a cuff with glass bead fastening, the opening decorated with a multitude of hand-stitched glass beads, the boat neckline similarly decorated.  The shaped bodice, with press stud side fastening, fitted to below the bust and the skirt fitted with two partly-ruched insert panels to side seams 30 50
363 A sage green hand-stitched crepe-de-chine 1920s sleeveless ‘flapper’ dress, silk lined, heavily decorated with glass and metallic beads, simulated pearls and paste set gems 50 70
364 An Edwardian hand-stitched deep cream crepe-de-chine two-piece evening dress, the strapless, panelled ‘fit-and-flare’ dress with boned bodice, taffeta flower decoration and embroidered button detail, the pleated lace-trimmed underskirt with padding to back panels.  The matching jacket has a boned bodice, rear hook-and-eye fastening, deep cream hand-made lace high collar neckline and bib insert, overlaid with crepe; the three-quarter gathered sleeves with ruffled taffeta cuff detail and embroidered taffeta flower decoation 60 80
365 An ivory silk knee-length slip with shoestring straps and embroidered flower detail to neckline 20 30
366 An ivory silk Empire line wedding dress, the lace covered bodice with square neckline and rear zip fastening, the full-length sleeves with tapered cuff and simulated pearl fastening; the panelled skirt, with attached train, decorated with simulated pearls and bow detail together with a wired, simulated pearl tiara with comb attachment and double layered netting veil 50 70
367 A cream silk evening shawl, hand-embroidered with flowers and foliage, heavily fringed with cream/gold tassles 30 40
368 NO LOT 0 0
369 A lady’s 1940s hand-knitted cream woollen cardigan embroidered with flower design and bone lattice-work buttons together with two man-made fibre fine-knit sleeveless tops, a silk shrug and a black shirt with piping decoration to front and zip detail to sleeves, by Northmont (1 box) 20 30
370 A 1960s hand-made sleeveless knee-length linen shift dress, cream background with blue and mauve flowers and green leaves, with a separate blue tie belt 30 40
371 A 1950s/1960s hand-made light woollen grey and white dog’s tooth check fitted knee-length shift dress with matching long sleeved bolero-style jacket, silk lined, button missing 30 40
372 A 1960s/1970s lady’s purple two-piece hand-made suit comprising fully lined trousers and a three-quarter length sleeveless tunic with self-tie belt 20 30
373 A 1950s deep cream silk brocade two-piece costume comprising a knee-length sleeveless shift dress and matching bolero jacket with half collar, gilt and glass buttons and long sleeves 30 40
374 A 1970s olive silk rayon hand-made lady’s two-piece knee length costume comprising an A-line skirt plus lined sleeveless top with five fabric covered buttons 20 30
375 A 1960s hand-made satin full-length evening dress, aquamarine background with blue, white and black floral decoration, fully lined, with matching belt 30 50
376 A 1960s hand-made mocha satin knee-length shift dress with matching belt together with a full length halter-neck evening dress with full skirt, in the same fabric (2 items) 40 60
377 A 1960s black sleeveless cocktail dress with drape neckline, front detail and matching belt, by Canadian designer Jospeh Ribkoff 30 40
378 A 1960s hand-made dusky pink linen shift dress with boat neck line, side zip and matching belt together with a moss green shift dress with Peter Pan collar, both knee length 30 40
379 A knee-length 1950s cocktail dress by Rappi – Viennese-born designer Syd Rappaport – black lace over gun-metal grey satin, fully lined, with cap sleeves, bow detail to front and full skirt 40 60
380 A lady’s 1960s American pure wool navy blue two-piece trouser suit designed by Cynthia Sobel, bearing inside labels Neiman Marcus and Herbert Grossman. The long-sleeved jacket has four front pockets, each with a button, a shirt collar and four front-fastening buttons; the straight-leg trousers have a front zip and clasp fastening 40 60
381 A 1960s knee-length hand-made chocolate linen shift dress with round neck and back zip fastening, over-printed with large blue daisies together with a jade green shift dress with scarf-detail collar (2 items) 30 40
382 A 1970s full-length hand-made evening skirt in blue, black and brown tartan-print faille with side zip, together with another similar in predominantly red tapestry-style fabric, with two side vents (2 items) 20 30
383 A 1970s hand-made full-length cotton shift dress with boat neckline and matching belt with a similar style knee-length dress in dark green silk, with blue and sage green flower print ((2 items) 30 50
384 A 1950s ‘Junior Vogue’ circular cream knee-length wool skirt with black velvet and bead applique and black piping, with scalloped hemline 40 60
385 A 1960s hand-made lady’s two-piece costume, the sleeveless top having a drape neckline and side zip, the skirt having a small back kick-pleat and side zip.  The cotton fabric has a white background with grey brush-stoke design with dark grey and yellow flower print 30 40
386 A 1970s cotton wrap-round knee-length skirt, navy background with red strawberries and white daisy print design, with scarlet lining, together with a Hawaiian cotton hand-made skirt of similar design with separate broad belt and a psychedelic print skirt of similar style in orange, green, blue and white (3 items) 20 40
387 A pair of mustard coloured 1950s shot-silk Capri style pants by Ma Xem, with front zip and button fastening 20 30
388 A 1970s hand-made navy blue fine wool shift dress with machine embroidered detail and panel together with a pink and orange Kaftan with matching tie belt 20 30
389 A full-length hand-made 1960s satinised cotton sleeveless evening dress with bow and vent detail to the front, wide straps and vent to the back, white background with blue and green leaf and flower design fabric 25 45
390 An emerald green silk brocade 1960s cocktail dress with short sleeves, front pleat detail, fitted bodice, flared knee-length skirt and back zip fastening 30 40
391 A 1960s hand-made Royal blue velvet mini dress with white lace ruffle detail to the cuffs and neckline 30 40
392 A 1960s grey and pink pastel sleeveless knee-length dress with surplice bodice, side zip and matching belt with bow detail 30 40
393 A 1960s duck-egg blue silk knee-length sleeveless evening dress with collared boat neckline, side zip, fitted drop waist and full skirt together with a lilac silk Empire dress with lace-edged V-neckline 20 40
394 A 1950s full-length cream Brazilian silk and lace negligee with attached tie belt together with a matching dressing gown with  button detail, by Italtex, Sao Paulo plus two other silk and lace night dresses 40 60
395 A 1960s black hand-made cocktail dress with wide straps and back zip fastening together with a separate belt with bow detail 20 30
396 A 1960s acetate knee-length sleeveless cocktail dress with boat neckline gathered to one side, made in England by ‘Rembrandt’, blue, green, pink and white diamond pattern fabric 20 30
397 A lady’s black evening jacket by Stirling Cooper, a black French jacket with peplum waist and tie belt plus a crimson cotton jacket 20 30
398 Assorted vintage handbags including an Estee Lauder black patent shoulder bag, tapestry, canvas and leather examples and an American heavily beaded evening bag with snap clasp, by Lumure, Corde-Bead together with four pairs of lady’s vintage evening shoes 40 60
399 A Japanese silk kimono, black with flower design and red lining together with two vintage lady’s slips and a hand-made silk jacket with Oriental design and matching buttons 20 30
400 Assorted lady’s gloves including leather and lace examples, belts, ribbons and a heavily fringed silk shawl, hand embroidered with flowers 20 30
401 A 1960s/1970s cotton short-sleeved knee-length summer dress by Marks & Spencer together with a full cotton skirt with ruffle above the hemline 20 30
402 A pair of full length Victorian curtains with heavy brocatelle floral and foliate repeat pattern in gold, blue and red on cream background.  Unlined pencil pleat, with silk brocade looped fringe trim, 300cm x 126cm 100 200
403 NO LOT 0 0
404 A Leinster black velvet rugby cap dated 1898, another Irish green, red and yellow velvet rugby cap embroidered with logo and motto; ‘Sicut Columbie, dated 1896-97, made by W Laird of Belfast, two black velvet Tonbridge School rugby caps, one dated ‘1925-26-27’ and a white felt Cambridge cap with embroidered crest (5 items) 250 350
405 NO LOT 0 0
406 Assorted vintage and Victorian textiles including lace, a pair of floral cotton curtains from Heal & Son Ltd, a cushion cover, a light-weight woven remnant, a block-print cotton tablecloth, silk remnants and runners 20 30
407 A lady’s silk two-piece suit made by Cresta for Brenner, England comprised of a jacket with collar, three-quarter length sleeves, false pockets and button fastening together with a pencil skirt, with hook and eye fastening and rear vent, both in abstract pattern of green, black and white 30 40
408 A cream woollen hand-stitched jacket, a silk hand-stitched night dress with fine lace collar, cuffs and decorations, a cotton apron and a gentleman’s evening short by Chris Young, 37 Wall Street, NYC 20 30
409 A bronze silk brocade gentleman’s hand-stitched smoking gown with mulberry silk lining, French button and rolled hook fastening, panelled and pleated skirt and turned back cuff 40 60
410 An Edwardian fine lawn cotton hand-stitched dress with fitted bodice and A-line skirt, broad collar and gathered sleeves together with a child’s green silk dress, hand-stitched with hook and eye and press-stud fastening to the back (2 items) 25 35
411 A lady’s black hand-embroidered silk shawl together with a cream netting shawl collar, decorated with hand-embroidered flowers and scrolling (2 items) 20 30
412 A hand-printed black, cream and crimson silk scarf bearing the words ‘Long Live Victoria, Queen of England’ 20 30
413 Assorted vintage items including two gentleman’s starched stud collars, various lengths of silk, lace and ribbon trims, lace and crochet-trimmed linen cushion covers together with lady’s white leather gloves 20 30
414 Two silk hand-embroidered and decorated cushion covers with ruched edging together with a linen wool-work embroidered panel and a black linen panel, hand-embroidered with a pond and fish 15 25
415 A Victorian heavily-embroidered silk-lined lady’s purse, depicting flowers, foliage and a church, the draw-string top caught with woven chord through bone attached loops. Also, two knitted similar purses, a lady’s knitted cotton stocking embroidered ‘Dorothea Burghard 1833’ with bead embroidered top and part-embroidered silk panel (5 items, 1 box) 40 60
416 A Victorian lady’s straw bonnet with Royal blue velvet trim and band, decorated with black silk ruffle flowers together with a woven fine string lady’s bonnet with intricate hand-stitched decoration and silk lining, a white ruched cotton Governess’ bonnet and a black silk parasol with fringe and carved ivory hinged handle (4 items) 40 50
417 A Victorian lady’s burnished copper silk full-length evening skirt with hook and eye fastening, green silk lining and ruffle hem 40 60
418 A Victorian lady’s hand-stitched taupe brocade jacket with ruffle detail to the front, patterned cream and mocha silk panel, cuffs and trim, Mandarin collar, leg-of-mutton sleeves, jet and abalone buttons with gilt trim and arrow decoration, lined with satinised cotton ticking 40 50
419 A Victorian lady’s hand-stitched black cotton boned bodice with velvet trimmed brass and gilt clasps to the front and scarlet ribbon corset-tie at the back 40 50
420 A Victorian hand-stitched and embroidered black silk jacket with velvet trimmed three-quarter length sleeves, hook and eye fastening, embroidered shoulder work and internal drawstring waist 30 40
421 A Victorian gentleman’s buff linen two-piece suit comprised of trousers with bone buttons to fly and waist band, two side pockets, a matching cotton-lined waistcoat with four front pockets and buttoned rear adjustment strap together with a cream cotton shirt with band collar bearing label ‘Hope Brothers Ltd, Ludgate Hill, London EC4’ 35 45
422 A pair of full length 20th century Medieval style curtains, decorated with forest animals amongst blue, red and green floral sprays, 265cm high x 400cm wide 100 150
423 A lady’s black V-neck crepe de chine dress by Liberty of London with cream silk ruffle to neckline and cuffs, zip fastening to back and sleeves 30 40
424 A Victorian lady’s black damask opera cape with hook and eye fastening and chequered lining 40 50
425 A tailored blue velvet barathea jacket, by Lane Crawford & Co Ltd., Yokohama & Tokyo, with piping detail to vents and epaulette and diamond-shaped buttons, engraved with thistle decoration plus a black velvet bolero, decorated with gold piping (2 items) 40 60
426 A Victorian silk knee-length evening coat, heavily decorated with embroidery and applique designs, with shawl collar and turned-back cuffs and stud fastening and button to front, bearing maker’s label Miss O Cavell, 178 High Street, Deal 40 50
427 A lady’s black evening top by Frank Usher, decorated with gold and black sequins, a black fine wool light-weight wrap with scrolling applique to the arms, a full-length dark blue evening dress with bead and sequin decoration to the bust, plus two other lady’s tops (5 items, 1 box) 20 30
428 A hand-stitched and embroidered Indian silk curtain depicting flowers and butterflies 40 50
429 A crocodile skin handbag with metal clasp, a black compact and a brown velvet clutch bag, boxed, by Asprey, London with small gilt mirror enclosed together with two boxed sets of lady’s lace-trimmed handkerchiefs 30 50
430 A lady’s dark brown mink evening jacket with mid-brown undercoat and dark guard hairs, with three-quarter sleeves, shawl collar and silk lining 50 80
431 A lady’s three-quarter length pale coney fur jacket, silk lined, side pockets, shawl collar and hook and eye fastening 40 60
432 A lady’s dark brown mink evening stole with chocolate silk lining 20 40
433 A lady’s black velvet evening cape, with peach satin lining, ruched collar, decorated with cream and brown down and heavily beaded arm loops with bow detail to the top 80 120
434 A lady’s black felt cape with velvet trimmed collar, heavily decorated with black scrolling stitched and applique design, with button fastening to neck and hook and eye fastening to front 80 120
435 LOTS 435 – 437 ARE NO LOTS 0 0
438 A mid-20th century French ‘Kiss Ply’ folding picnic table set, the bound folding table opening to reveal folding chairs, flasks, storage pots and boxes, approximately 70 cm H x 73 cm W x 77 cm D 60 80
439 A Victorian Art Nouveau Hessian-bound waste paper basket of cylindrical form with moulded geometrical decoration, approximately 40 cm H 20 30
440 A collection of miscellaneous items to include a vintage petrol can, two cast iron pots, a yoke, block and tackle, axes, eights plus other items 30 50
441 NO LOT 0 0
442 A mid-20th century Chil-Daw ‘Pioneer’ tailor’s dummy No 344739, approximately 155 cm high 80 120
443 An early 20th century British made pith helmet, size 7 1/4, Royal Letters Patent No 207475 together with a faux tortoiseshell tole ware hat box 80 100
444 NO LOT 0 0
446 A late 19th century French gilt brass aneroid barometer with enamel dial and ornate bezel, flanked by lion mask ring-drop handles, with rococo style shell, swag and floral decoration, approximately 40 cm H x 19 cm W x 7.5 cm D 50 70
447 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’, 48 cm H x 40 cm W x 16 cm D 250 350
448 An 18 carat gold cased keyless Benson half hunter pocket watch, the movement numbered 6643, the interior with inscription, ‘G.P. Bidder, from his father, May 21st 1884, pereunt et imputantui’, hallmarked London 1881, the white enamel face with subsidiary seconds dial and Roman numerals, the enamel lacking to numerals to the half hunter front, 118g gross, housed in original fitted case 800 1200
449 A late 19th century brass skeleton clock, the silvered, shaped chapter ring with Roman numerals and blue steel hands, the single chain fusee movement with an anchor escapement and striking on a bell, complete with pendulum key, mounted on a rosewood rectangular stepped base and glass dome, clock measurements 25.5 cm 300 400
450 A late Victorian black slate architectural mantel clock and garniture, the slate and engraved dial with Roman numerals and brass hands, marked H R V Marc Paris together with a pair of urn-shaped garniture, clock approximately 35 cm H x 54 cm W x 13 cm D 50 70
451 A 19th century stick barometer by P Gally, with broken arch pediment and brass vase and cover finial, with silvered register plate incorporating thermometer and scale behind a glazed door, wtih exposed cistern tube with feather banded column support, 96cm high – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 100 150
452 A 19th century French eight-day hanging wall clock, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and pierced brass hands, signed George Bauch of Clancy, striking on a bell, housed in an ornate pressed brass case, with weights and pendulum, 39 cm H 150 250
453 A George III silver pair cased pocket watch by Benjamin Downs of Mansfield, with gilt verge fusee movement, signed and numbered 3132, the white enamelled face with Roman numerals, the case with indistinct hallmarks for Sheffield, maker’s mark ‘ES’, with key 150 250
454 An 18th century silver pair cased pocket watch by John Fry of Melksham, with signed gilt fusee movement numbered 689, the  case inscribed  ‘John Hooper, Bratton, 1750’, with white enamel dial and Roman numerals, housed in an unassociated and larger gold-plated case with pierced and chased decoration, with key 120 180
455 A late 19th century wall clock, the enamel and brass dial with Roman numerals, marked Unghans, flanked by column supports 80 100
456 A 19th century mahogany regulator mantel clock, the enamel and brass dial marked J. Unghans, flanked by column supports and raised on a plinth base 40 60
457 A gentleman’s 9 carat gold Omega wrist watch, the circular dial with baton numerals, with fixed graduated mesh bracelet strap and fold-over clasp, bearing hallmark, 61.8g gross, boxed with paperwork and certificate 400 600
458 An 18 carat gold cased key-wind pocket watch, the case with all over ornate chased decoration, a ladies silver cased pocket watch and one other gold plated hunter pocket watch (3 items) 180 200
459 A 19th century eight-day long case clock, the dome-shaped hood with swan neck pediment and finial flanked by fluted columns, the trunk with inlaid panel and fluted pilasters, the hand-painted pictorial face and dial with Roman numerals and pierced brass hands, signed Robert Trotter Coupers Leith, with second and date subsidiary dial, the movement with anchor escapement and striking bell, 215 cm tall 800 1000
460 An ornate Rococo-style late 19th century brass-cased French striking mantel clock, the silvered dial with Roman numerals and gilt brass star-shaped centre flanked by columns, surrounded by a seated cherub and floral scrolling swags and finials, the base with applied lion mask decoration and raised on bracket feet, approximately 39 cm H x 24 cm W x 16 cm D 80 120
461 A Hamilton and Co. of Calcutta 18 carat gold hunter cased pocket stop watch, numbered 43138, 121.2g gross 400 600
462 LOTS 462 – 464 ARE NO LOTS 0 0
465 A Victorian gold ‘Albert’ watch chain with fancy links stamped ‘9c’, 35cm long, 33.5g and a Scottish silver and agate set crescent and sabre cloak brooch, 6.5cm long 250 300
466 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 200 250
467 A 1908 gold 20 Franc coin, 6.5g 110 150
468 A James VI, (James I England) unite, 20 shilling hammered gold coin, ninth coinage, half-length King facing right wearing Scottish crown, with orb and sceptre, the reverse with crowned shield of arms, Scottish arms in first and fourth quarters, thistle both sides, 37mm diameter, 10g 1300 1700
469 A Victoria 1894 half sovereign, 4g 100 150
470 An Edwardian 15 carat gold opal and aquamarine necklace, the mixed round cut aquamarine rub-over set in individual setting between two similarly set round opal cabochons, the necklace comprised of a mixture of links, possibly originally converted from a bracelet, the clasp stamped ’15’, 11.2g 150 200
471 A 9 carat gold S. Mordan & Co. propelling pencil of cylindrical fluted form with amethyst set seal top, 16.9g 100 150
472 A 19th century gold double belcher link necklace, 52cm long, 23.7g 180 220
473 A pair of early 20th century 18 carat gold and platinum onyx and half seed pearl cuff links, 6.3g 50 60
474 A modern Lalique blue glass heart-shaped pendant, signed to the back and marked to the surmount, 3.5 cm wide 50 80
475 A Chinese pale celadon jade oval belt ornament, carved with a lion-dog, 7 cm long x 4 cm wide 200 300
476 A Victorian 9 carat gold guard chain, 146cm long, 16.9g 150 200
477 A Victorian gold half pearl set crescent moon and bird brooch, with steel pin and later gold plated guard chain, 3.5cm wide, a Victorian 9 carat gold amethyst set pin brooch, an Edwardian 9 carat gold turquoise and half seed pearl set ring, Chester 1903, an Edwardian 9 carat gold openwork pendant, combined weight 14.1g, and a 9 carat gold cased ladies bracelet watch 150 180
478 An 18ct gold diamond single stone ring, the round brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.25 carats, in claw setting, to a plain yellow gold shank, 2.7g 150 200
479 An Edwardian 18ct gold diamond single stone ring, Chester 1903, the off-round old European cut stone approximately 0.80 carats, in claw setting, 5.1g gross 300 400
480 Assorted modern 9 carat gold jewellery including chains, St. Christopher pendant, rings etc, combined weight 27.9g and an 18 carat gold and platinum diamond illusion set single stone ring, 2.5g 280 320
481 A yellow metal bow brooch, 3cm wide, 3.9g, and a 9 carat gold flower brooch, 4cm long, 7.1g (2 items) 80 120
482 A Charles Horner, silver and enamel pendant necklace, Chester 1908, an Art Nouveau .800 standard brooch cast with the head of a maiden amongst flowers, three silver and enamel butterfly brooches and a turquoise guilloche enamel crescent brooch (6 items) 50 80
483 A 19th century Italian micro mosaic oval brooch in gold mount depicting birds on a bird bath, housed in gold mount, 4.75cm wide, a Victorian circular tri-coloured butterfly brooch , the back housing a keepsake panel, 4cm diameter, a large Victorian paste set butterfly brooch, 9.5cm wide, a heart-shaped porcelain scent bottle, printed and painted with the image of an Oriental lady, with silver top, 5.5cm tall, a smokey quartz three piece brooch and stud set, a small mesh purse and a silver bookmark with thistle finial (9 items) 100 150
484 A collection of Victorian and later jewellery including a graduated ivory beaded necklace, two large oval agate brooches, a carved lava cameo brooch, butterfly wing jewellery, spectacle set moonstone necklace, ornate silver gilt and enamel Masonic medal, boxed and other items 80 120
485 A 9 carat gold engine turned octagonal cigar cutter, 3.25cm wide, 20.3g gross 80 120
486 A 9 carat gold fancy gate-link bracelet, with heart-shaped padlock clasp, 3cm wide, 43g 350 400
487 An Edward VII 1905 sovereign pendant on 9 carat gold chain, 16.9g gross 260 300
488 A 9 carat rose gold chain curb link ‘Albert’ watch chain with onyx set seal fob, 45.2g gross 350 400
489 A charm bracelet with seventeen assorted 9 carat gold charms and a George V 1915 half sovereign, suspended from ornate flat links, 46.7g gross 450 500
490 Assorted 9ct gold items, comprised of a locket, a graduated rope link bi-colour necklace, a heart-shaped padlock clasp, and a pendant and chain, combined weight 46.8g 400 450
491 A small oval carved shell cameo brooch in 9 carat gold mount and a 9 carat gold quartz and half pearl ring, combined weight 11.8g 80 120
492 A modern diamond cluster ring, the central round brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.65 carats, the ten surrounding round brilliant cut diamonds each approximately 0.20 carats, all claw set in unmarked white metal with plain shank, 5.3g gross 1200 1800
493 An opal and diamond oval cluster ring, the oval cabochon cut harlequin opal in yellow claw setting with 13 round brilliant cut diamond surround, each approximately 0.13, all claw set in white, the head of the ring measuring 15mm x 18mm, the yellow metal shank stamped ’18CT’, 5.7g 400 600
494 A large modern emerald and diamond hexagonal cluster ring, the 13 round brilliant cut diamonds each approximately 0.13, flanking six round mixed cut emeralds, all claw set in white to a plain unmarked shank, 8g gross 600 800
495 A yellow and white metal rolled curb link diamond set chain, stamped ‘585’, 80cm long, 50g 750 850
496 An Edwardian VII 1902 £2 coin, in removable 9 carat gold mount, 18.2g, gross 350 400
497 A modern yellow metal oval brown quartz set pendant, unmarked, suspended from a yellow metal chain, the clasp stamped ‘9c’, combined weight 8.7g 80 120
498 An 18 carat gold ‘Albert’ watch chain, the individual curb links each individually hallmarked, 24.5g and a 9 carat gold spinning locket fob, 10g 400 600
499 A Victoria 1887 sovereign, minted in Sydney with young Victoria head 150 200
500 A Victoria 1887 sovereign, minted in London with old Victoria head 150 200
501 A George V 1918 sovereign, minted in London 150 200
502 A Victoria 1887 half sovereign, minted in London with old Victoria head and shield to the reverse 70 90
503 A Netherlands William I 1825 10 guilder gold coin, 6.8g 120 160
504 A Victoria novelty sovereign holder disguised as a ladies gold plated pocket watch, the back printed and painted with a classical building within black and gilt floral surround, the front with white enamelled watch face with Roman numerals 30 40
505 A 9 carat gold blue paste set dress ring, a 9 carat gold cubic zirconia set panel ring and one other 9 carat gold ring, 17.8g gross, and a collection of costume jewellery rings 150 200
506 An Edwardian 18 carat gold sapphire five stone ring, London 1901, the graduated oval mixed cut sapphires in claw setting, 4g gross 300 400
507 A modern 18 carat white gold aquamarine and diamond ring, London 1975, the emerald cut aquamarine four claw set between small eight-cut diamond trefoil set shoulders, 4.2g gross, boxed 400 600
508 An Art Deco diamond and sapphire bombè shaped cluster ring, the central round brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.14 carats, in raised circular setting above four baguette cut sapphires and four round brilliant cut diamonds each approximately 0.08 carats with ornate cast, pierced and chased surround, 3.1g gross, boxed 500 700
509 A pair of 9 carat gold earrings, of circular bombè form comprised of six twisted rope strands, stamped ‘375’, with clip-on fittings, 10.7g gross, housed in fitted box 250 450
510 A modern yellow metal aquamarine necklace, the trilliant cut aquamarine in three claw pendant setting stamped ‘750’, 4.3g gross, suspended from a box link cylindrical chain, the barrel clasp stamped ‘9C’, 4.2g 300 500
511 A modern sapphire set hinged bangle, the 18 graduated round mixed cut sapphires, claw set in individual claw settings, 16.3g gross 700 900
512 A 9 carat gold amethyst pendant and earring suite, comprised of a pair of three stone drop earrings with hook backs, the graduated round mixed cut amethysts each housed in individual open back rub-over setting, and a matching pendant, 4cm long 200 400
513 An Art Deco ruby and diamond cross-over ring, the two round brilliant cut diamonds each approximately 0.23 carats, in white rub-over setting each with channel-set baguette cut ruby surround, divided by a white set graduated rose cut diamond set S-shaped band adjoining a yellow metal shank, 3.3g gross, boxed 1200 1400
514 An unusual Art Deco pearl and diamond cross over ring, the round brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.70 carats, in rub-over setting, over a 5mm blister pearl, with graduated eight cut diamond surround, all set in white, the yellow metal shank stamped ‘750’, 3.3g gross, boxed 1300 1700
515 A diamond single stone ring, the round brilliant cut diamond approximately 1.40 carats, SI3 clarity and L colour, claw set within an octagonal surround, the shoulders each set with three graduated eight-cut diamonds, with ornate pierced and chased gallery, all set in white metal, unmarked, 3.2g 1400 1800
516 A rectangular diamond panel ring, the three centrally set round brilliant cut diamonds approximately 0.14, 0.20 and 0.13 carats each housed in individual box setting with 16 similarly set rose cut diamond surround and diamond set shoulders, all set in white, the plain yellow metal shank with indistinct mark, 6.7g gross, boxed 900 1100
517 A modern 9 carat gold multi-gem bracelet, the oval mixed  cut aquamarine, citrine, amethyst, peridot and quartz stones all claw set and intersperced by small round mixed cut garnets, 2cm wide, 32.8g gross 700 900
518 LOTS 518 – 519 ARE NO LOTS 0 0
520 A pair of Victorian silver gilt berry spoons, London 1895, by William Gibson and John Langman, retailed by The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, with pierced out bowls and cast, chased and embossed decoration, 19.25cm long, combined weight 4.07ozt, 126.6g 50 70
521 A silver combination cheroot holder and vesta case, Birmingham 1915, maker’s mark ‘A Bros’, with gilt interior, 6cm long, 0.57ozt, 17.7g 30 40
522 A Continental silver-coloured metal Art Nouveau walking stick handle in the form of a horse’s head, 9.5 cm wide 80 100
523 A George III silver old English pattern sifter spoon, London 1782 by George Smith III, another silver sifter spoon with twisted handle, date mark rubbed, by George Maudsley Jackson, 1.81 ozt gross, and a silver-plated sifter spoon (3 items) 20 40
524 Eleven Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert forks, London 1840, by John Wren, engraved with intertwined scrolling initials ‘RH’, 18.60 ozt gross 260 300
525 A Victorian silver playing card case, with dome topped hinged lid, Chester 1898, 6.8 cm x 4.3 cm x 10.8 cm, 4.93 ozt 60 80
526 A George III silver pedestal sugar basket, of ovoid form, with pierced and chased decoration, beaded rim and swing handle, London 1783, maker’s mark rubbed, with damage to neck of foot, 12 cm long, 10 cm high without handle, 4.19 ozt 60 80
527 A George III silver caddy spoon, London 1802 by John James Whiting, with old English thread pattern handle and leaf shaped bowl, 10.5 cm long, 0.41ozt 150 200
528 A silver porringer, London 1928, by William Comyns and Sons Ltd, with inscription which reads ‘ G.C.B.R from I.F.C 21st Nov 1931’, 16.75 cm wide x 5 cm high, 8.31ozt 100 140
529 A George III old English pattern silver basting spoon, London 1792, by William Sumner, with bright cut engraved decoration and engraved with the initials ‘JH’, 29 cm long and another George III silver old English pattern basting spoon, London 1782 by George Smith III, engraved with the initials ‘RAC’, 29 cm long, combined weight 5.81 ozt 40 60
530 A pair of George III old English silver table spoons, London 1809 by Hester Bateman, with bright cut engraving, bearing initials ‘AW’,  and numbered 1 and 4, 21 cm long, 3.15 ozt gross 35 45
531 A pair of George III silver old English pattern dessert spoons, London 1813, by Richard Crossley, engraved with the initial ‘R’, 17 cm long, 2.15 ozt gross 25 35
532 A George III old English pattern silver dessert spoon, London 1807, by Solomon Hougham, engraved with intertwined initials ‘JJH’, with dent to bowl, 1.02 ozt, a silver pepperette, of baluster form, with vase-shaped finial, London 1899, 8 cm high, highly corroded, a small square silver coaster, Birmingham 1925, 7.4 cm wide, 1.1 ozt, a Victorian silver vase-shaped pepperette, Birmingham 1892, on square base, with bent finial, 7.75 cm high, 0.94 ozt, a silver napkin ring, of oval form, London 1936, with machine turned decoration and bearing scrolling initials ‘RBR’, 5.25 cm wide, 0.45 ozt and a Victorian silver napkin ring, of octagonal form, London 1859, with engraved decoration and bearing scrolling initials ‘BB’, slight damage, 5 cm wide, 0.74 ozt and a Continental silver coffee spoon, the bowl cast in the form of a 17th century coin, with twisted  handle, 11 cm long 45 55
533 A pair of Georgian silver sugar tongs, by George Burrows, with chased decoration and repair, 15 cm long, 1 ozt 15 25
534 A small Georgian silver sauce ladle, by George Smith IV, assay marks indistinct, with shell shaped bowl and beaded handle, 0.41 ozt 15 25
535 A George III silver old English pattern ladle, London 1810, maker’s mark ‘HC & C’, engraved with the initial ‘S’, 16.5 cm long, 1.19 ozt 10 20
536 A George II silver old English pattern dessert spoon, London 1738, with indistinct maker’s mark, engraved with the initials ‘B*G’, 20 cm long, 1.43 ozt 15 25
537 A set of six William IV silver fiddle pattern teaspoons, London 1836, by William Eaton, engraved with the initial ‘K’, 4.71 ozt gross 60 70
538 A pair of Georgian silver sugar tongs, indistinctly hall marked, with bright cut engraved decoration, 14 cm long, 1 ozt 15 20
539 A silver William IV christening tankard, with scrolling acanthus carved handle on pedestal base, London 1830, by Robert Hennell, bears two inscriptions, the first to Miss Elizabeth Ellen Buxton, dated 1855 and another to George Christopher Barclay Russell dated 21st November 1931, 11.25 cm across x 9.5 cm high, 4.61 ozt 60 80
540 A Victorian silver inkwell, with gadrooned body and flared foot, Birmingham 1886 by Carrington and  Co., with  George III silver coin set to the hinged lid, housing removable interior, 7 cm high x 8.75 cm wide, 7.01 ozt (excluding removable glass liner) 100 150
541 A Victorian silver two-handled salt, the lobed and scroll embossed circular body on pierced circular foot, the handles in the form of swan necks, marks rubbed, glass liner lacking, 12 cm wide, 2.33 ozt 30 40
542 A silver porringer, Birmingham 1945, maker’s mark ‘SB & S’, retailed by Mungey and Co, Cambridge, 14 cm wide x 3.75 cm high, 3.16 ozt 40 50
543 A pair of George III silver old English pattern sauce ladles, London 1784, by George Smith III, the tops engraved with crests of a bird encircled by a serpent, combined weight 3.24 ozt 40 60
544 A silver babies feeder spoon and pusher, with trefoil ends, initialled ‘RR’, Sheffield 1923, 0.92 ozt gross, cased 10 15
545 A small Georgian silver pickle fork, with ivory handle, unmarked, 12.5 cm long 20 30
546 A set of six old English pattern silver table spoons, London 1849, by George W Adams, engraved with interlocking initials ‘AER’, 13.81 ozt gross 180 220
547 A set of twelve fiddle pattern silver dinner forks, London 1849, by George W Adams, engraved with interlocking initials ‘RH’, 28.81 ozt gross 400 440
548 A pair of George II circular silver salts raised on three hoof feet, London 1755 and 1754, maker’s mark ‘I.W.’, and another similar 18th century silver salt, marks rubbed, inscribed with initials ‘THS’, each 6.25 cm diameter,  4.19 ozt gross, liners lacking and interiors corroded 50 70
549 A pair of Victorian silver fiddle and thread pattern condiment spoons, London 1841, maker’s mark ‘WT’, 1.45 ozt gross 15 25
550 A Victorian oval silver mustard, with half reeded  body, the hinged lid with ball finial, Birmingham 1886, maker’s mark ‘HP & H’, 10 cm wide x 6 cm high, 2.79 ozt, with original blue glass liner 35 45
551 An Edwardian silver vesta case, of rectangular form, with engine turned decoration steel hinge and striker and gilt interior, 3.75 cm high 10 15
552 A George IV silver fiddle pattern condiment spoon, London 1825, a silver salt spoon, London 1926 and a silver mustard spoon, London 1881, combined weight 0.77 ozt and a silver-plated butter knife 15 25
553 Assorted silver items, comprised of a silver pepperette, Birmingham 1903, another silver pepperette, London 1916, a pair of silver old English pattern sauce ladles, London 1813 and one other similar silver sauce ladle, each engraved with scrolling interlocking initials ‘RH’, and three silver old English bead pattern tea spoons, London 1862,  each engraved with scrolling interlocking initials ‘AER’, 8 items, 5.65 ozt gross 75 85
554 A ‘Witchball’ silver table lighter of spherical form, London 1961, by Mappin and Webb, bearing inscription, 8cm high 50 100
555 A small rectangular silver tray, Birmingham 1925, maker’s mark rubbed, bearing worn inscription; ‘General Strike May 1923.  To Mr E A Abraham with the grateful thanks of the Great Western Railway Co.’, 13.25cm x 8.25cm and two Victorian silver mustard spoons, combined weight 4.78ozt, 148.5g 35 45
556 A pair of four-section silver toast racks, Sheffield 1932, 8cm long, 3.63ozt, 113g 40 60
557 A large circular silver salver with shaped border, raised on claw and ball feet, Sheffield 1960, by John Dixon and Sons, 35.5cm diameter, 36.4ozt, 1124g 420 480
558 A pair of Britannia standard silver coasters, London 1971, 9.25cm diameter, 4.41ozt, 137.4g 50 60
559 An 18th century Irish silver wine funnel, Dublin, marks rubbed, 9cm high, 1.35ozt, 42.4g 50 70
560 A pair of silver gravy boats with scroll handles, raised on pedestal bases, London 1934, 17cm long, combined weight 17.85ozt, 555.5g 200 250
561 A silver cream jug on turned foot with scroll handle, Sheffield 1960, 11cm high, 4.75ozt, 147.8g 50 70
562 A small silver cream jug raised on three feet, with scroll handle, Sheffield 1911, 9cm high, 1.88ozt, 58.6g 20 30
563 A Georgian style silver pedestal sugar bowl with embossed, chased and pierced decoration with swing handle and blue glass liner, 12.75cm high (without handle), London 1915, 6.87ozt, 213.9g (without liner) together with an unassociated silver plated spoon 80 120
564 A silver rose bowl of plain design, Birmingham 1911, 13cm diameter, 3.28ozt, 102.2g 40 60
565 A pair of Continental .835 standard silver coloured metal mounted glass salts in the form of a chicken and a cockerel, with matching spoons, the cockerel 8.5cm high 40 60
566 A pair of silver sauce boats, raised on three feet with shaped rims, Sheffield 1960, 14.5cm long, 6.81ozt, 211.8g 80 100
567 A silver card tray with reeded border, raised on three scroll feet, London 1935, 15.5cm diameter, 7.54 ozt, 234.8g 90 110
568 A small silver two-handled trophy with engraving and dated 1930, Birmingham 1929, 2.81ozt, 87.5g 30 40
569 A small silver coloured metal circular lidded pot embossed with birds amongst foliage, unmarked, 4.25cm high, 1.14ozt, 35.8g 15 20
570 A silver coloured metal cigarette case in the form of a book, stamped ‘SILVER’, 14.25cm long, 13ozt, 404.6g 150 180
571 An oval silver teapot with chased scrolling decoration, ebonised handle and box wood knop, London 1802, 27.5cm long, 18.09ozt, 562.3g gross 200 250
572 A late 19th century Indian enamel decorated model of a bird group and palm tree, mounted on a circular rocky base, the underside engraved with an elephant and palms, encircled by scrolling foliage, approximately 13 cm H 100 150
573 A set of six silver coffee spoons and a pair of matching sugar tongs, Birmingham 1927 by A Price & Co Ltd, 3.04 ozt, 94.6 g, cased 40 60
574 A quantity of Korean and other silver coloured metal items including a tray, teapot, jug, lidded bowl and other items, some boxed, combined weight 70.41ozt, 2195.4g 500 700
575 A silver four piece teaset, Birmingham 1961, by Adie Brothers Ltd, the teapot and hot water jug with wooden handles and knops, all raised on bun feet with lobed bodies and reeded detail to the rims, 49.81ozt, 1549.2g gross 450 500
576 A 19th century miniature silver funnel bearing French import marks, with embossed decoration of cherubs working on the land, 4.5cm long, a miniature silver chair and a miniature silver kettle, with burner and stand, Birmingham 1910 and 1905 maker’s mark ‘L&S’, and a 19th century Continental Rococo style chair with import marks for London 1898, 1.78ozt, 55.5g gross 80 120
577 A silver sugar castor, London 1926, maker’s mark rubbed, of baulster form, 4.41ozt, 137g, 19cm high 50 60
578 A pair of Edwardian silver pepperettes, London 1908, of vase form with lobed bodies, 2.73ozt, 84.8g gross, 10.5cm high 30 40
579 An Edwardian silver boat-shaped dish, Sheffield 1901, by James Dixon and Son, of plain form with undulating gadrooned rim, 3.77ozt, 117.4g, 16.25cm long 45 55
580 A silver sauce boat, London 1927, by Charles Engelhard, of plain form raised on oval stepped foot with reeded scroll handle, 6.03ozt, 187.7g, 17.5cm long 60 70
581 A silver basket, Sheffield 1934, maker’s mark ‘J.T & Co’, with pierced sides, raised on stepped foot, 13.37ozt, 415.9g, 28cm long 120 180
582 A 20th century silver mustard pot, Sheffield, date mark rubbed, a small silver four-section toast rack, Birmingham 1955 by Adie Bros. Ltd, 3.74ozt, 116.6g gross, a pair of cut glass salts with silver rims and a small squat silver candlestick 45 55
583 A pair of boat-shaped salts, Birmingham 1904, by W. Atkin, with half reeded bodies and scroll handles, liners lacking, 1.66ozt, 51.6g 25 35
584 A silver basket of tapering square form, Sheffield 1926, maker’s mark ‘CB & S’, with fixed handle, patterned rim and plain foot, 5.42ozt, 168.7g, 9.75cm wide 50 60
585 A pair of Edwardian silver candlesticks, Birmingham 1906, by Nathan & Hayes, with leaded bases, 14.5 cm high, a William IV silver pepperette, London 1832, maker’s mark rubbed and a small silver pepperette, combined weight of weighable silver 3 ozt, 93 g – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
586 A late Victorian silver oval warming dish, London 1899, by William Hutton and Sons Ltd, with beaded decoration, bearing inscription, 69.59ozt, 2164.5g 650 750
587 A set of six Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert forks, London 1851, by George W Adams, each engraved with the initial ‘M’,  8.61ozt, 267.9g 80 120
588 A pair of late Victorian silver old English pattern sauce ladles, London 1899, by William Gibson and John Langman, 5.28ozt, 164g 50 70
589 A George IV silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, Exeter 1828, by Joseph Hicks, three other items of silver cutlery, 2.38ozt, 73.9g gross and a silver coloured metal spoon 20 30
590 Four Edwardian silver and mother of pearl handled fruit forks and three matching knives, London 1902, by the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co. 30 40
591 A large Edwardian silver propelling pencil, Birmingham 1901, by A Brown and Co., 14.5cm long, and a silver plated ‘Eversharp’ propelling pencil 30 40
592 A silver cigarette case, Birmingham 1932, a silver matchbook case, Birmingham 1924, both with engine turned decoration, a silver size 4 thimble, Birmingham 1929 by Henry Griffith and Sons, 3.28ozt, 102.1g gross and a Continental .800 standard silver coloured metal cigarette case, 3.39ozt, 105.5g 60 90
593 A Victorian silver shell-shaped caddy spoon, Sheffield 1860, by Martin Hall and Co., the scroll handle engraved with the crest of a lion, 77mm long, 0.43ozt, 13.5g 30 50
594 An early 20th century Dutch silver sifter spoon with windmill finial and pierced and chased bowl decorated with storks amongst foliage, with Chester import marks for 1901, maker’s mark ‘SBL’, repair to handle, and a small Victorian silver sifter spoon, Birmingham 1897, 1.5ozt, 46.8g gross 30 50
595 A late 19th/early 20th century silver boat-shaped teapot, Sheffield with rubbed date mark, by Martin Hall and Co Ltd, with half reeded body and ebonized handle and knop, 18.18ozt, 565.4g gross 180 220
596 A pair of Latvian 0.875 silver tablespoons cast with Neo classical swag and ribbon decoration with reeded and acanthus leaf detail, 4.59ozt, 142.8g gross 40 60
597 A late 19th/early 20th century Russian 84 Zolotnik silver spoon, the reverse of the bowl engraved with scrolling initials, 1.96ozt, 61g 40 60
598 A silver propelling pencil, Birmingham 1891 by William Vale and Sons, of hexagonal form with chased scrolling acanthus leaf decoration and banded agate seal top, one other smaller silver propelling pencil and a silver and mother of pearl twin blade folding fruit knife, Sheffield 1893 by Mappin Bros. 80 120
599 A Danish Raadvad Rustfri bread knife, marks to handle, rubbed 20 30
600 A large late Victorian spherical cut glass and silver mounted scent bottle, London 1898, by William Hutton and & Sons Ltd, with hinged lid and cut glass stopper, 15cm high 100 150
601 A pair of silver backed handled brushes, Birmingham 1905 and one other silver backed brush, all three decorated with Reynold’s angles 20 30
602 An Edwardian cut glass silver topped jar, the lid embossed with Reynolds angels, Birmingham 1907, three other silver topped glass dressing table jars, a cut glass silver mounted perfume bottle and two oval silver pin dishes with pieced decoration, combined weight of weighable silver, 3.23ozt, 100.7g 40 60
603 Two sets of silver Bisley Artist Rifles shooting club teaspoons, the first comprised of six Old English pattern teaspoons, Sheffield 1903-1906 by Walker and Hall, each engraved with the club’s crest, the second comprised of four teaspoons with terminals cast as the club’s logo of the heads of Mars and Mineva representing war and art, Sheffield 1904 and 1905, by Walker and Hall, 6.37ozt, 198.2g, and a small silver mounted porcelain coaster, with inscription dated 1905 to ‘Pte R G Munro’, purported to have all been won by Ronald Munro, who died in the Battle of the Somme 60 80
604 A silver christening mug with scroll handle on circular gadrooned foot, Sheffield 1945 by James Dixon and Son, 9.5cm high, a small Victorian silver christening tankard engraved with vignettes of children, Birmingham 1898, by George Unite, 6cm high, a silver table lighter in the form of an oil lamp, 7.15ozt, 222.5g, and two other items 70 90
605 A circular silver and tortoiseshell trinket box, Birmingham 1910, maker’s mark ‘ESP’, the tortoiseshell lid inlaid with silver Neo Classical patera and swag decoration, with velvet lined interior, raised on three supports, 9cm diameter 30 50
606 Six Indonesian silver coloured metal items, all stamped ‘T90’, 18.97ozt, 590.1g gross, an unmarked silver coloured metal bowl and lidded box, 3ozt, 93.4g, and six other similar items, both marked and unmarked 200 230
607 An Edwardian silver mounted and cut glass scent bottle, Birmingham 1907, another silver mounted cut glass scent bottle, London 1929, and a silver backed hand mirror and hair brush, Birmingham 1931, with engine turned decoration (4 items) 30 50
608 A pair of Edwardian spherical cut glass and silver mounted scent bottles, Birmingham 1902, by Levi and Salaman, some damage to silver mount and lids, stopper lacking, and two cut glass and silver lidded pin jars 80 100
609 An Edwardian silver square section combination ruler with propelling sealing wax action and seal terminal, London 1904, by William Holmes, 18cm long, five silver propelling pencils and two silver plated propelling pencils (8 items) 150 180
610 A Georgian novelty shoe-shaped penknife, two silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knives, two silver folding button hooks and two cigar cutters 150 200
611 A small silver mounted and crocodile skin covered glass hip flask, Sheffield 1921, maker’s mark ‘FCA & Co, bearing inscription, the removable silver base doubling as a cup with gilt interior, 1.015ozt, 31.7g, 10.5cm long 50 80
612 A silver Victorian whistle and case, Birmingham 1859, maker’s mark ‘J & Co’, the whistle cast with Tudor rose top, housed in an octagonal tapering case, cast with acanthus leaf and floral decoration and acorn finial with screw attachments for belt fitting, 7cm long, 1.35ozt, 42g 100 200
613 A 19th century silver eight-point star pendant, the front engraved with a bugle and thistle within flowerhead surround, bearing the inscription to the back; ‘Presented to Br G Stonely by the Brethren of Court St George 1714 as testimony of respect, 1848’, 8cm diameter, 0.95ozt, 29.4g 100 150
614 A rectangular silver cigarette case with engine turned decoration, Birmingham 1960, maker’s mark ‘WTT & Co’, together with a pair of silver salt and pepper pots, Birmingham 1946, maker’s mark rubbed, combined weight 1.17ozt, 36.4g 30 50
615 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 350 400
616 A silver two-handled rose bowl, Chester 1916, by Barker Brothers, on circular foot with engraved inscription, 12 cm diameter, 6.5 cm high, 6.56 ozt, 204 g 55 65
617 An early Victorian silver cream jug, London 1847 by W R Smily, with embossed decoration, raised on three feet with scroll handle, engraved crest and monogram, 12.25 cm high, 5.41 ozt, 168.4 g 45 55
618 A silver two handled tea strainer and stand, Sheffield 1937 by E Viners, the strainer 11.25cm wide, combined weight 2.02ozt, 62.9g and a Victorian silver shell-shaped butter dish, London 1889 by Edward Hutton, 110.5cm wide, 1.7ozt, 53g 30 40
619 A Victorian silver sugar bowl, London 1888 by John Heath and John Middleton, with embossed decoration and engraved with a crest of an angel with an arrow in each hand, 9 cm diameter, 2.98 ozt, 92.6 g, and a Continental silver wine strainer with import marks for London 1904, by Charles Asprey and George Asprey, also bearing ‘.935’ stamped to underside of rim, embossed with wreath decoration, 9 cm diameter, 1.66 ozt, 51.7 g 40 50
620 A silver christening mug, Birmingham 1918, maker’s mark rubbed, of barrel form, bearing inscription dated 1944, 7.5cm high, 3.01 ozt, 93.7g 25 35
621 An early 20th century silver-coloured metal purse hinge, ornately pierced and cast with figures amongst foliage, with chain handle, 12.5 cm wide, 2.73 ozt, 84.9 g 30 40
622 An Art Deco silver hot water jug, Sheffield 1924, by Mappin and Webb, of plain tapered cylindrical form with ebonised handle, 20cm high, 15.86ozt, 493.4g 170 200
623 A Victorian silver teapot, London 1859, by John Samuel Hunt, all over decorated with chased and embossed decoration, with ‘C’ scroll handle and ivory insulators, 16.75cm high, 23.33ozt, 725.6g gross 260 300
624 An Asprey & Co square silver card tray, London 1932, with shaped rim and inscription dated 1956, raised on four feet, 17.25cm wide, 10.33ozt, 321.4g 100 150
625 An oval silver basket with swing handle on pedestal base, Birmingham 1925, by H Matthews, with pierced lattice surround and beaded rim, 26.25cm long, 10.92ozt, 339.8g 110 130
626 Two Edwardian silver easel back photograph frames, Birmingham 1909, 20cm high, and Chester 1907, 16.5cm high and one other silver photograph frame, Birmingham 1918, 15.25cm high (3 items) 50 70
627 A small Royal Doulton pottery jug, modelled as a leather jug, with silver collar, a collection of six silver thimbles, a small silver and enamel circular pill box, four silver photograph frames and an elypitical-shaped late Victorian silver pill box, the lid set with carved oval shell cameo, Birmingham 1898, with indistinct maker’s mark, combined weight of weighable silver 2.62 ozt, 81.4 g – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 70
628 An oval George III Scottish silver toddy ladle, with Edinburgh hall mark, by Alexander Zeigler, with twisted whale bone handle,, 34.5cm long 70 100
629 LOTS 629 – 630 ARE NO LOTS 0 0
631 A silver plated and glass centre piece comprised of four trumpet shaped vases with wavy rims, raised on scroll supports, 31.5cm high and a multi-faceted cut glass cut glass and brass inkwell, 8cm high 30 40
632 A late Victorian silver-plated ovoid shaped teapot and stand (burner lacking), the teapot engraved with scrolling initials, the base raised on three scroll supports with shell feet, teapot and stand 28cm high 20 40
633 A George III silver old English pattern mustard spoon, London 1803, by Peter Ann and William Bateman, 9.5 cm long, 0.23 ozt, a silver cake fork, handle lacking and assorted silver-plated items including teapot, gravy boat, sugar bowl and other items 20 30
634 A Middle Eastern silver plate on copper dish, with hand beaten and chased design, silver plate heavily worn, 21 cm diameter together with an Egyptian brass dish with silver and  copper overlaid decoration and hammered design, 18.25 cm diameter 20 30
635 A part canteen of silver plated old English bead pattern cutlery, comprised of five table spoons, six dinner forks, eleven dessert forks, four dessert spoons, three tea spoons, two coffee spoons and a mustard spoon, all engraved with interlocking initials ‘GB’, and a matched soup ladle.  A silver old English bead pattern dessert spoon and fork, possibly originally a christening set, engraved with the initials ‘CGB’, London 1898, 2.29ozt 70 90
636 A 20th century rectangular silver plated two handled tray by Walker & Hall with Chippendale rim, bearing inscription dated 1947, 35cm wide x 51cm long – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 20 30
637 A rectangular silver plated tray by Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co., with applied mask decoration to the corners, 42cm x 33.5cm 30 40
638 An ornate silver plated centre piece in the form of a grape vine on lobed base, with cut glass bowl, 52cm high 80 120
639 A Victorian cylindrical tortoiseshell and silver plate mounted mustard pot with hinged lid and plaque engraved with a coat of arms of a ram’s head within a crown, 6.5 cm high 40 60
640 Three items of 20th century cut glassware comprised of a tall vase with flared rim, a jug and decanter 20 30
641 A large Italian Murano Sommerso glass vase, with flared foot, waisted body and bulbous top section, the clear outer section over a marbled layer above a white and final red interior glass layer, inspired by Segusio, unmarked, 61cm high 150 250
642 A collection of 20th century amber-coloured glass to include Murano, Caithness etc – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
643 A collection of 20th century green-coloured glassware to include Swedish examples – Part of a single owner collection 20 40
644 A collection of 20th century red-coloured glassware to include vases, bowls, figures etc plus Murano examples – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
645 A collection of 1940s and later mottled blue and amethyst-coloured glass to include Stourbridge examples – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
646 A collection of blue glass vases with flared rims – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
647 A collection of 1950s and later orange glassware to include vases and jugs – Part of a single owner collection 25 45
648 A collection of light-blue glassware to include vases, figures and bowls – Part of a single owner collection 25 45
649 A collection of 1960s and later green glassware to include a Wedgwood frog, goblets, bowls etc – Part of a single owner collection 25 45
650 A collection of 1950s and later blue glassware to include flared rim vases, baskets, goblets etc – Part of a single owner collection 25 45
651 A collection of amethyst-coloured glass to include vases, fruit bowls, Whitefriars vase etc – Part of a single owner collection 25 45
652 A collection of mainly 1950s end-of-day glassware to include Murano examples – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
653 A collection of 1950s and later red-coloured glassware to include vases, bowls etc – Part of a single owner collection 15 20
654 A collection of 1940s and later orange glassware to include a glass pineapple, vases, bowls etc – Part of a single owner collection 20 30
655 A collection of 1940s and later pink-coloured glassware to include a Tulip decorated frosted glass vase, a Jack-in-the-pulpit vase, baskets etc – Part of a single owner collection 20 30
656 A collection of 1960s and later green-coloured glassware to include goblets, vases etc – Part of a single owner collection 25 45
657 A collection of 1950s and later yellow glassware to include a Jack-in-the-pulpit spill vase, baskets, vases etc – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
658 A large collection of 1940s and later blue-coloured glassware to include an Art Deco wide-mouth vase, flared rimmed vases, plus other items – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
659 A collection of amethyst and purple glassware to include Murano examples – Part of a single owner collection 30 40
660 A collection of Victorian and later light-blue glassware, mainly vases etc – Part of a single owner collection 25 45
661 A graduated set of three Whitefriars ruby-coloured wave-ribbed vases together with matching bowl, probably designed by Geoffrey Baxter, circa 1954-57 – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
662 Two Whitefriars ruby-coloured Knobberley vases together with a Whitefriars ruby-cased lobed vase, designed by William Wilson, circa 1950s/1960s – Part of a single owner collection 40 50
663 Two Whitefriars smoky green Knobberley vases by William Wilson together with an amber-coloured heart-shaped vase, probably by James Hogan, together with two other vases and a wide-rimmed footed bowl, possibly Whitefriars – Part of a single owner collection 50 60
664 A collection of assorted 1940s and later art glass in various colours to include flared-rim bowls, vases, basket etc, all unsigned – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
665 A collection of assorted art glass to include a large pink and clear glass centrepiece, indistinctly signed to base, a Scandinavian textured orange glass decanter, a mottled purple and white glass fork-shaped bowl plus an orange bubble-fronted vase – Part of a single owner collection 40 60
666 A multi-coloured stripe glass bowl, signed ‘Porf 1986’, a Martin & Yeates signed mottle blue bowl, a Vasart bowl with flared rim, signed, a Queno signed blue and yellow vase, an indistinctly signed orange and white glass vase, an amber coloured Knobberley Webb bowl together with other signed and unsigned glassware – Part of a single owner collection 70 80
667 A collection of mainly Murano multi-coloured art glass to include vases and bowls – Part of a single owner collection 30 50
668 A 1960s wheel-engraved glass entitled ‘The Scream’ in memory of Dag Hammaskjold, and used for participants to take turns to raise their voices, decorated with figures, with open mouth and outstretched arms, indistinctly signed to base, 19 cm H x 14.5 cm Dia.  Dag Hammaskjold, born 1905, son of the Swedish Prime Minister, Secretary General of the United Nations 1953-1961, died in a ‘plane crash en route to a peace mission in the Congo, awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on 1961 – Part of a single owner collection 100 150
669 A single hand blown red glass, gilt decorated hock glass, possibly by Moser, 20 cm high 30 40
670 A cranberry flashed glass decanter with wheel engraved design, a cranberry glass jug, a pair of silver mounted cut glass cranberry flashed salts and a Victorian ruby flashed glass tankard inscribed ‘Love the Giver’ with wheel engraved decoration (5 items) – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 60 80
671 An early 20th century Galle cameo vase decorated with lime-green flowers and vines on a pink-tinted ground, with star marked signature, approximately 6cm high 100 150
672 A five-sided Whitefriars millefori glass paperweight with concave facetted top and sides, the domed cane centre comprised of rings of floral glass canes with 1971 ‘monk’ signature cane, 7cm diameter x 5cm high 50 60
673 A Rindskopf Art Nouveau iridescent green glass vase, the three point wavy rim with a twist-waisted tapering body on a circular base with circular ground pontil mark, circa 1900, approximate 24cm high 200 300
674 A pair of 20th century blue flash glass table lustres, on waisted bodies and circular bases, approximately 30 cm H 20 30
675 An Art Deco Sabina frosted glass hexagonal light shade decorated with flower heads and acanthus leaves, with decorative brass mounts, marked Sabina to interior, 16cm high x 27cm wide 100 200
676 An Art Nouveau blue ground pottery vase, the shaped tapering body decorated with leaves and roundels, with Clarice Cliff mark to the base, approximately 35 cm H (converted to a table lamp) 30 40
677 Colin Kellam (20th Century) a Studio Pottery vase-shaped table lamp, hand-painted with trailing flowers, 27.5 cm high (not including fitting) – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 70
678 A Wedgwood black jasperware plaque depicting cherubic infants playing blind man’s buff, housed within gilt surround and simulated walnut frame, with retailers label for ‘Phillips Ltd., New Bond St., London’, the plaque measuring 9 cm H x 22 cm W 250 300
679 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug commemorating the life of Benjamin Disraeli, decorated with the bust of Disraeli and inscribed with quote dated ‘7 Dec 1837’, with retailers mark for John Mortlock, London to base and initialled EJ and HH, 17 cm H 50 60
680 A late Victorian Royal Crown Derby porcelain vase decorated with cobalt blue and gilt floral and fruit swags amongst blossoms, 25 cm H (with restoration to the neck) 50 60
681 A matched pair of early 20th century Japanese pottery vases, hand painted in black and cobalt blue, with birds amongst foliage, approximately 15.5 cm H and 16 cm H 30 40
682 A Beswick model of a dapple grey Shire horse, 21.5 cm H 30 40
683 An early 20th century Wedgwood ‘Ferrara’ pattern blue and white transfer decorated chamber pot, 15 cm H 25 35
684 A late 19th century hand painted Vienna porcelain charger decorated with peonies, roses, tulips and anemones, with pink ground boarder and floral sprays, 31 cm diameter 50 60
685 A 19th century Charles Meigh patent relief moulded white earthenware matt glazed jug with pewter lid, decorated with ribald Bacchanalian scenes, grapes and vines, with blue moulded patent to base, 28cm high 50 100
686 A Susie Cooper coffee set comprising three coffee cans, four saucers, sugar bowl, cream and hot water jugs and a coffee pot, all pale pink and cream with dot decoration to rims and handles, makers mark to underside 60 80
687 A 20th century hand painted Limoges cushion-shaped plaque by R Restoueix of an ‘Viellie Paysanna’ (old peasant), signed to lower left, label to verso, 23.5cm x 17.5cm, housed in ornate gilt frame 350 450
688 A pair of ornate Italian 1960’s turquoise glazed pottery figures of Chinese dogs of foe seated on rectangular plinths, 70cm high, raised on wooden stands 1200 1800
689 A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware pedestals, decorated in relief with floral swags, 16 cm H 40 60
690 A 19th century German pottery jardiniere stand, the square top over a shaped body decorated with cherub masks and acanthus leaves, raised on talon and ball feet, 55cm high x 33cm wide x 33cm deep 80 120
691 A Minton’s 19th century bone china cabinet plate, hand painted with white and pink floral sprays and leaves on a  turquoise ground with a gilt dontil edge, signed R. Pilsbury, circa 1884, diameter 24.3 cm.  Richard Pilsbury was a leading painter at Minton within the 1866 to 1892 period; he later became Art Director at Messrs Moore Brothers, and died in 1896 100 150
692 A Royal Doulton porcelain figurine, ‘The Goose Girl’, HN 2419, modelled by John Bromley, numbered 473/12500, 20 cm H 25 35
693 A Royal Doulton porcelain figurine, ‘Miss Demure’, HN 1402, 19 cm H 25 35
694 A Royal Doulton porcelain figurine, ‘Top O’ The Hill’, HN 1834, 18 cm H 25 35
695 A limited edition Royal Doulton porcelain figurine, ‘Country Love’, HN 2418, modelled by John Bromley, numbered 158/12500, 19 cm H 25 35
696 A 19th century porcelain group of a courting couple with gold anchor mark, 22.5 cm H (at fault) 70 90
697 A 20th century Vienna porcelain figure of a Lippizaner horse and rider, 23cm H 80 120
698 An early 19th century Derby figure of ‘The Welch Taylor’s Wife’ astride a goat, 17 cm H (at fault) 100 150
699 A 19th century Sitzendorf porcelain figure of a woman holding a basket, 21 cm H 30 50
700 A 19th century Continental porcelain figural group of a soldier and his sweetheart, 23 cm H 80 120
701 An 18th century Chelsea-Derby porcelain figure of Neptune, staff lacking (at fault), 23cm high 150 250
702 A late 18th century Derby porcelain figure of a garland shepherdess, 23 cm H 150 200
703 A 19th century Sitzendorf porcelain figure of a travelling man, possibly Dick Whittington, 19.5 cm H 30 50
704 A pair of Royal Crown Derby porcelain figures, possibly of characters from Shakespeare, 15.5 cm H 100 150
705 A 19th century Continental porcelain figurine of a man holding a bunch of flowers, 16 cm H 40 60
706 A 19th century porcelain figure of a woman with a basket of fruit and a dead rabbit, with gold anchor mark, 19 cm H 40 60
707 Three late 19th century Italian Continental porcelain figures of a man feeding the ducks, 13.5 cm H, a man collecting apples, 15 cm H and a woman with flowers, 15 cm H 50 60
708 A 19th century miniature porcelain Crown Naples figure of a cherub, 7 cm H and another miniature porcelain figure of a boy with a ram, 5 cm H 50 60
709 An 18th century English soft paste porcelain Bacchanalian figure drinking wine, 18 cm H 80 100
710 A 20th century porcelain group of a woman blind-folding a child, 20 cm H 40 60
711 A Vienna porcelain figure of a lady with flowers, 14.5 cm H, (at fault) 40 60
712 Four Royal Crown Derby modern porcelain figures of a duck-billed platypus, a badger, and two birds, all decorated in Imari palette – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 120 180
713 A Royal Copenhagen porcelain figure of a reclining tiger, 31.5 cm long – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 80
714 A Royal Doulton green lustre glazed bowl with silver rim, 22.25 cm diameter – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
715 A hand-painted Minton’s cabinet plate entitled ‘Sprat’, signed A.H.Wright, with ornate gilt border, retailed by Davis Collamore & Co Ltd, New York, 23 cm diameter – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 80
716 An early Worcester porcelain blue and white teapot decorated with flowers,16 cm high – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 80 120
717 An early Victorian hand painted part tea service comprised of a teapot and stand, two cake plates, four cups and nine saucers, each numbered 1950 to the base, together with other Victorian tea ware – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 100 150
718 A set of three graduated Masons ironstone china ‘hydra’ shaped jugs, decorated in the Imari palette, three other Mason’s ‘hydra’ jugs and one other (7 items) – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 80
719 A collection of Prattware items comprised of three transfer decorated pot lids and pots, one other pot lid, housed in a wooden frame and two transfer-decorated jars (6 items) – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
720 David Eeles, large pottery vase, hand-decorated with trees in blossom, patterns details and mark to base, 33.5 cm high – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
721 Barum Ware cobalt blue pottery wash jug, bowl and chamber pot (3 items) – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
722 An Edwardian Royal Doulton harvest ware jug, 19 cm high and two matching beakers, 13.25 cm high, all with silver rims, Sheffield 1906, maker’s mark ‘HW’ – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 50 60
723 A Rosethal porcelain figural group, by Raymond Paynet of a courting couple with animals watching on, 19cm wide – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 50
724 A Royal Crown Derby porcelain bowl, decorated in the Imari palette, with date mark for 1939, 19 cm diameter – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 30 50
725 A Rosenthal porcelain figural group of a princess riding on the back of a centaur, approximately  26 cm H – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 50
726 NO LOT 0 0
727 A Villeroy & Boch dinner plate commemorating the centenary dinner, in honour of HRH The Prince of Wales at Claridges, of the Thirty Club of London, 3rd May 2005, boxed. The Thirty Club of London was founded in 1905 and is comprised of a secret membership of England’s most powerful members of the media and advertising Industry 30 40
728 A late 19th/early 20th century Wedgwood blue jasperware cheese bell, decorated with classical figures, cherubs, acorns and oak leaves, with impressed mark to base, 20cm high 30 50
729  A late 19th century German stoneware jardiniere on stand, the twin-handled jardiniere decorated with cherubs, dragons and foliage, with mask handles, the stand heavily decorated with ram’s heads, lion masks, floral swags and ribbons, on an acanthus leaf base, approximately 104.5 cm H 70 90
730 A Beswick figure of an owl and a Beswick figure of a boxer dog (2 items) 15 25
731 A large quantity of 1930s Art Deco Bristol Poutney & Co Ltd dinnerware including platters, plates, tureens etc 30 40
732 A pair of Victorian hand painted porcelain vases decorated with flowers and birds, 20cm high 25 35
733 A 19th century porcelain vase decorated with a band of cherub musicians above a pair of floral draped ram’s head handles and bunched musical instruments, on a shaped and pierced circular pedestal base, 27.5cm high 20 30
734 A late18th century porcelain teacup, possibly Worcester, decorated with flowers in the famille rose palette, 5.75cm high 50 80
735 An early Rye Pottery hop ware baluster shaped vase decorated with applied hops and bines, with incised marks to base, 21cm high, together with another early Rye Pottery hop ware basket similarly decorated with pinched body and rope twist handle, with incised marks to base, 10cm high x 8cm wide 40 60
736 An extensive quantity of Spode ‘Wicker Dale’ pattern porcelain dinner and tea ware 100 200
737 A Lladro porcelain figure of a clown wearing a bowler hat, long coat and holding a violin, numbered 5472 to base, 22cm high 25 35
738 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery figure of a woman, 42.5cm high 40 60
739 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, large pottery blue and white vase ‘Friends with the Birds’, 41cm high 70 90
740 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery plaque of a woman, 76cm long 30 40
741 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery plaque of the back of a woman, 77cm long 50 60
742 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery plaque of a woman, 30cm high 60 70
743 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery bowl decorated with figures, 29cm high 100 150
744 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery abstract on wooden plaque 55 65
745 Signe Kolding, 20th century Danish, once Hastings based ceramicist, ex-member of the Rye Society of Artists, pottery vase, 44cm high 55 65
746 Three Royal Doulton pottery novelty flasks in the form of a buzzard, an eagle and a Merlin, one containing whisky 30 50
747 A Beswick model of a pheasant on naturalistic base, numbered 1225 and another Beswick model of a pheasant in flight, numbered 849 (2 items) 70 90
748 A Beswick model of a Jersey Bull, ‘Champion Dunsley Coy Boy’, design by Arthur Gredington, a Beswick model of a Jersey Cow, ‘Newton Tinkle’ and a Beswick model of a Jersey calf (3 items) 80 120
749 A Beswick model of a dairy shorthorn bull, ‘Champion Guernsey Lt Lord Oxford’ 300 500
750 Two Beswick models of a Charolais cow and calf 100 150
751 A collection of hunting related Beswick models, comprised of a huntsman on a rearing horse and another on a bay horse, a seated fox and a standing fox and three hounds (7 items) 280 320
752 A Bewick model of a ram, a Beswick model of a ewe and a Beswick model of a lamb with a black face (3 items) 40 60
753 A Beswick model of a Hereford cow and another of a Hereford bull, both entitled ‘Champion of Champions’ and a Beswick model of a Hereford calf (3 items) 140 180
754 A Beswick model of a Friesian cow, ‘CH Clayberry Leewater’, a Beswick model of a Friesian bull, ‘CH Coddington Hilt Bar’ and a Beswick model of a calf (3 items) 130 150
755 A Beswick model of a Highland calf and a Beswick model of a Collie dog (2 items) 45 55
756 NO LOT 0 0
757 A Chinese porcelain rectangular blue and white tea caddy, original lid lacking, with turned wooden replacement, body measures 13cm high x 6.25cm deep x 11cm wide, restoration to one corner and chip to other corner 40 60
758 A Lladro figure of a Thai Dancer, modelled kneeling, in traditional costume, printed mark to base and inscribed T33, approximately 44 cm H 150 250
759 A 19th century two tone salt glazed spirit flask decorated in relief with a dancing sailor, unmarked, 17cm high 50 70
760 A Clarice Cliff leaf-shaped pottery dish decorated with flowers, fruit and berries, with Newport Pottery mark and Clarice Cliff stamp to base, No. 45A, 32cm long 25 35
761 A Susie Cooper kestrel shape tea set decorated in cream, blue and yellow 40 60
762 NO LOT 0 0
763 An early Rye Pottery green glazed Sussex trug, 21.5cm long 200 300
764 A Tunbridge Ware glove box inlaid with a view of Eridge Castle, a small Tunbridge Ware circular lidded pot and a rectangular Tunbridge Ware picture frame (3 items) 80 120
765 A Victorian circular bois urci plaque modelled with the half bust, side view of Prince Albert, 11.5cm diameter. 100 150
766 A pair of late 19th early 20th century Chinese cinnabar lacquered lidded vases, decorated with Dragons & lotus blossoms,both approx 20cm tall 250 350
767 A late 20th century German Democratic Republic yacht sextant by Freiberger Prazisionsmechank, complete with instructions and case 100 150
768 A collection of coins, to include two souvenir reproduction Roman coins, an 1896 Republica Mexicana silver coin, three Victoria 1887 silver double florins, a Victoria 1887 silver florin, a Victoria 1887 silver half crown, a Victorian silver 1887 silver shilling, a collection of small  Roman tokens/coins, badly eroded and a military badge also badly eroded 40 60
769 An early mahogany and brass double extending plate camera, with black tapering bellows, Thornton – Pickard ‘Time & Inst’ patent shutter, & brass adjustable lens, together with three plate holders, & wooden tripod 80 120
770 A 20th century brass gimble-type compass, stamped Type P4A No. 32850T, possibly from a 1930’s/40’s Lancaster or Hereford Bomber 60 80
771 A 19th century carved alabaster lion group of a lion and lioness in grappling pose, mounted on a shaped oval base, approximately 20 cm H x 26 cm L 50 60
772 An early 20th century Hessian and leather-bound travelling trunk with leather and brass handles and brass lock, with chequered interior, approximately 30 cm H x 50 cm W x 45 cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 30 40
773 A miniature carved alabaster mosque on hand-painted square base, housed beneath a glass dome, 12 cm high – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 40 60
774 A 1920s Hydroplane speedboat bronze and teak wheel, 39cm diameter 40 50
775 A 19th century H.Carette of Paris mahogany-cased folding table viewed fitted with a single drawer, 10 cm H x 29.5 cm W x 35 cm diameter fully collapsed 60 80
776 Two 18th century Tibetan carved hardwood incense stands, both with circular ring-turned tops and square tapering bases both 11 cm H x 14.5 cm W 40 60
777 A 1920s Austrian ‘Billet Doux’ box, the leather exterior with gilt brass scrolling corners and knotted leather and brass handle with sliding lock, the interior lined in purple silk moire, with concertina extending action, stamped ‘Aug. Klein-Wein’ to underside, 5 cm H x 18.5 W cm x 6 D 40 60
778 An early 19th century Tole Ware spice box of cylindrical form, the domed lid with brass handle opening to reveal six wedge-shaped compartments, 20cm diameter 40 60
779 A horn handled ebonized walking stick, another similar walking stick and a horn handled rosewood walking cane with gold plated collar (3 items) 40 60
780 A Hardy Bros ‘The Gold Medal Rod’ split cane four piece fly fishing rod No. 246936, complete with case, together with a cane Hardy Bros rod holdall, marked’ Hardy Bros make Alnwick, England’, complete with bag 60 80
781 A late 19th/early 20th century mahogany and brass-bound magic lantern, with large 21cm diameter lens with wind-out slide holder and ivorine plaque for ‘City Sale and Exchange, Fleet Street, E.C’, 38 cm H x 30 cm W x 65 cm D together with a vintage glass slide entitled ’53 British Tanks Snow’. 80 120
782 A 1920s ‘Sparklets’ Ltd soda syphon, housed in a wire mesh case 20 30
783 A papier mache lacquered table-top letter rack decorated with Oriental figures, 15 cm H x 17 cm W x 8 cm D 15 20
784 A Chinese blue ground cloisonne bowl, signed to base, 19.5cm diameter on carved hardwood stand 80 100
785 A 1940s/1950s ‘Sparklets’ soda syphon in lattice-work metal cover 10 15
786 A J.Lancaster & Son 1895 Instantograph patent mahogany and brass plate camera, with red tapering bellows and Thornton-Pickard lens plus four plate holders 60 80
787 A 19th century Japanese carved ivory netsuke in the form of a boy and a dog reclining on a plinth, signed to base, 3.5cm long x 3.25cm high 100 150
788 A 19th century Japanese carved ivory netsuke in the form of a kneeling deer, signed to base, 3.5cm long x 3.5cm high 150 200
789 A collection of 19th century Indian and Oriental ivories comprised of four Japanese netsukes, a Japanese carved fishing boat (at fault), an Indian ivory carved figure of a gentleman and a carved ivory figure of rhino and camel (8 items) 150 200
790 A Meiji period Japanese ivory manju netsuke carved with a man wrestling with a large fish, 5.25cm diameter 100 150
791 A 19th century single barrelled percussion sporting gun with two stage pin, sighted barrel, a walnut stock with chequered hand grip, a scrolled, engraved lock, dolphin hammer and a pineapple fillialled trigger guard, approximately 123cm overall together with two turned mahogany barrel cleaning rods, one marked PB12 made in England, 92 cm L and 96 cm L 100 150
792 A collection of seven 20th century hand-painted decoy ducks to include mallard, Canadian goose etc, the largest 31 cm long – Part of a private collection 50 100
793 A fishing related montage of items to include fly rod and reel, Milward & Son lures, ‘An Introduction to Fly Fishing’ by L. Angried, ‘Allcocks Guide to Fishing Tackle’, vintage hooks to nylon plus other items all housed in a mahogany glazed cabinet – Part of a private collection 100 200
794 A late 19th century taxidermy study of a Tench with naturalistic background and bed with label to upper left, housed in a bow-fronted case, lacking glass, 35 cm H x 59 cm W x 15.5 cm D 100 200
795 A Hardy Bros. ‘Palakuna’ split cane 8ft, two piece fly rod numbered 246/36, with spare top section and Hardy Bros. sleeve – Part of a private collection 120 180
796 A Walker’s of Newcastle 9ft, three piece spilt cane fly rod, with sleeve – Part of a private collection 70 90
797 A Waterloo ‘Domino’ 9ft, three piece split cane fly rod, with sleeve – Part of a private collection 70 90
798 A Bernard and Son 9ft and 9ft 4ins, three piece split cane fly rod with alternative top sections, with sleeve – Part of a private collection 40 60
799 A Capella 7ft 6ins, two section split cane fishing rod, with sleeve and a 5ft 6ins, four section split cane fly rod (2 items) – Part of a private collection 30 40
800 A Sealey 10ft, three section split cane fly rod, with sleeve – Part of a private collection 20 30
801 A Hardy Bros. ‘Palakona’ Gold Medal 9ft 6ins and 9ft, three piece split cane fly rod with alternative top sections, inscribed ‘Made for Manton and Co. Culcutta’, with sleeve – Part of a private collection 100 150
802 An antique cane and greenheart 13ft fishing rod with three alternate top sections, with sleeve, and an antique 13ft, three section cane fishing rod, with sleeve (2 items) – Part of a private collection 30 40
803 A Masterfly 9ft, two section carbon fibre fly rod and a D.A.M ‘Quicksilver’, 9ft, two section fly rod with sleeve (2 items) – Part of a private collection 20 30
804 An antique L H Ironside of Beckenham 9ft, two section split cane sea fishing rod with sleeve, another antique 8ft 8ins, two section split cane sea fishing rod, with sleeve and a Butlers of Brighton 8ft 8ins, two section split cane fishing rod with sleeve (3 items) – Part of a private collection 40 60
805 An assortment of various fishing rods and rod sections, a folding landing net and a telescopic rod rest – Part of a private collection 10 20
806 Two fixed spool reels and an assortment of course fishing sundries – Part of a private collection 10 15
807 A quantity of fishing flies and assorted fly fishing sundries – Part of a private collection 10 20
808 Seven fly fishing reels with lines and two spare spools with lines – Part of a private collection 10 20
809 A collection of antique and vintage fishing reels comprised of a 3.5ins Nottingham star back reel with line guide, a 4.5ins Nottingham star back reel and one other 4.5ins Nottingham star back reel (at fault), a 3ins Milbor brass fishing reel, a brass fishing reel with crank handle, a Shakespeare pinvin centre pin reel, a 3ins metal fly reel with agate lined guide and a 3ins hardwood centre pin reel (8 items) – Part of a private collection 80 100
810 Four bottles on Moet & Chandon vintage 1953 champagne with commemorative labels for the Coronation 50 70
811 Five bottles of vintage champagne comprised on three bottles of Moet & Chandon, a bottle of Lanson and two bottles of 1945 Dry Monopole 40 60
812 Two vintage fishing related framed and glazed collections of hand-tied fishing flies, the first a montage of flies and lines in original packaging including Hardy Bros., Alexander Martin & Milwards, the second a collection of over 100 tied hand-made flies – Part of a private collection 45 55
813 A pair of late 19th/early 20th oak and iron-bound 12-spoke cartwheels, 83 cm diameter 35 45
814 A pair of late 19th/early 20th century oak and iron-bound 12-spoke cartwheels, 91cm diameter 35 45
815 A 20th century K6 red painted cast-iron public telephone box, designed by Sir Gilbert Scott, with wooden door and glazed panels, interior lacking, with original paperwork. (Cost of removal to be incurred by vendor. Andy Vater Transport, Heathfield has quoted £100 plus VAT for delivery within a 10 mile radius of the auction, please contact staff for details) 400 600
816 A mid-20th century exterior wooden framed, pillar-mounted Antique  Shop sign with plaque to top and swing board to centre, housed in a painted pine frame (reduced), 149 cm H x 76 cm W x 9.5 cm D 60 100
817 A 19th century shagreen cased draughtsman’s set by Gilbert & Co (London), to include ivory rules, brass protractor, dividers plus other items 80 120
818 A 19th century Thomason’s Patent two pillar design corkscrew, the brass barrel with applied coat of arms, with rosewood handle and brush, tip of worm lacking, 16 cm closed 50 80
819 A Victorian ivory aide memoire and pencil 10.5cm x 7cm, a turned bone seal and a 19th century Indian ivory paperknife with elephant finial (3 items) 100 150
820 An early 20th century bakelite and brass cased monocle, housed in tin case, a set of apothecary’s scales and weights, cased, two cut throat razors and two other items (6 items) 30 50
821 A Regency sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, the domed inlaid top opening to reveal two lidded caddy boxes with central mixing compartment, the ends fitted with brass lion mask ring-drop handles, raised on brass ball feet, 18.5 cm H x 31 cm W x 15 cm D 50 60
822 A lacquered brass monocular microscope by Ross, London, No. 3708, in a mahogany case, complete with various lenses and mirrors, mounted on a ‘Y’ shape base 250 350
823 A small early 20th century lacquered brass mirror reflective monoscope, complete with No’s 1,2 and 3 lenses, housed in a walnut case, 15cm closed together with a cased collection of 12 19th/20th century glass slides to include foot of spider, hair of bat, hair of cock-chafer etc and slides, both boxed 20 40
824 A 19th century brass and wooden-bound telescope, 89.5cm extended 40 60
825 A 20th century one piece ‘The Joe Davis Club Cue’ with ivorine plaque to butt, complete with cork-lined metal case, 147 cm long 30 50
826 A late 19th century lacquered hide Indo-Persian Dahl (shield) of convex form, the outer face fitted with four embossed, domed bosses, the surface decorated with polychrome designs of scrolling flowers and foliage, the inner decorated in red lacquer with gilt scrolling border, complete with rings and enarmes, approximately 46 cm Dia. 50 60
827 A 19th century turned boxwood spice tower of cylindrical form comprised of four compartments for Mace, Cloves, Ginger and Cinnamon, 21 cm H 50 80
828 A vintage black Bakelite GPO telephone No. 321L, with chrome dial, slide drawer and ‘Call Exchange’ button, fitted with modern BT connection 30 50
829 A carved turquoise figure of a seated Buddah, a small early 20th century carved ivory figure of an elephant (at fault), a carved bowenite figure of a seated Buddah and another of a dragon (4 items) 50 100
830 A Victorian inlaid vanity/writing box, the lid with mother-of-pearl cartouche enclosing silver-plated boxes and jars, cut-glass stoppered bottles, with secret drawer to side, 17 cm H x 30.5 cm W x 23 cm D 50 70
831 A small Victorian hand knotted green string purse, the neck of the purse suspended from two gold plated bars with mother of pearl bead terminals, held together with a fine gold plated chain and a gold plated seed pearl set ring, 11cm long, the purse containing an 1890 Victoria silver crown 70 100
832 A small Edwardian amber and silver plated eagle claw pipe, 8.5cm long, in original fitted velvet lined case, retailed by Mappin and Webb 50 70
833 A collection of sewing items comprised of an abalone inlaid tortoiseshell thread winder, a carved coquilla nut and bone tape measure, a carved coquilla nut and bone needle holder, an ivory thread winder, a carved wooden needle holder, a bone sail bodkin, an ivorine silver mounted ‘Pins’ box and two other items 30 50
834 A late Victorian elm carpenter’s brace with ebonised handle and shaped body, with brass mounts, one stamped A.Winters 30 50
835 A 1967 Angler’s Mail log book containing the earliest entry dated 17 June 1967 also with advert and records pages, together with a boxed J W Young & Sons Ltd ‘Condex’ fly fishing 8 cm reel 20 30
836 Eight 1960s hand-painted wooden fairground back-drop boards for ‘Beamful & Sons’, each board decorated with scrolling letters and stars in green, blue, red and yellow, approximately 200 cm H x 65 cm W 120 150
837 A Georgian rosewood sarcophagus-shaped tea caddy, the dome inlaid top opening to reveal two lidded caddy boxes and central mixing compartment with glass liner, the ends fitted with brass ring-drop handles, ornately pressed brass back plates and lozenge-shaped ivory escutcheon, approximately 18 cm H x 31 cm W x 16 cm D 80 100
838 A 20th century Charles I reproduction seal, depicting a seated King Charles with sceptre and orb flanked by Royal Crests and statuary, housed in a glazed case, seal 14cm diameter 20 30
839 An Oriental mahogany brass bound jewellery chest fitted with jadite panels, raised on bracket feet, 24 cm H x 17.5 cm W x 13.5 cm D 40 50
840 A late 20th century Sergeant’s mess dress uniform, tailored by Uniformed for Sergeant Denley, comprised of black jacket with Sergeant’s stripes and dress crown, red waistcoat, white under garment and black trousers with red side stripe 20 30
841 A James Dixon & Sons copper and brass powder flask, the body embossed with a stylized acanthus leaf design, the cap with graduated nozzle, 20 cm long 40 60
842 A G & J W Hawksley copper and brass powder flask, the body embossed with scallop decoration, the cap with graduated nozzle, 20 cm long 40 60
843 A Curtis & Harvey powder flask, the rectangular body with lozenge-shaped paper label ‘The Diamond Grain Gun Powder’ with label to reverse, 14cm long 30 50
844 A G & J W Hawksley leather bound pear-shaped powder flask, the graduated nozzle for 2 1/2, 2 3/4, 3, 3 1/4 drams, maker’s stamp to top, 21 cm long 40 60
845 A 19th century copper and brass powder flask, the pear-shaped body with raised lattice work decoration with a graduated four section nozzle, unmarked, 21 cm long 40 60
846 A 19th century Eastern copper and brass powder flask, the circular body with raised scrolling design and incised foliage, fitted with a pair of suspension loops and decorative brass nozzle, 18 cm long 40 60
847 A 19th century copper and brass powder flask, the pear-shaped body with embossed decoration, missing nozzle and unmarked,  together with a 19th century pistol powder flask, the copper body with brass graduated four-section nozzle, stamped patent a/f, approximately 20 cm L x 15 cm L 30 50
848 A large brass-style drawer military telescope by W. Ottway & Co Ltd., Ealing, London dated 1945, No 1488 housed in a 76 mm Gun MI container, 90cm extended 30 50
849 A WWI periscope entiteld ‘The Lifeguard Pocket Periscope’, in original case with cleaning kit, and two range finding rules 30 50
850 A late 19th century Chinese bronzed jardiniere, the circular lobed body decorated with applied birds within flowering branches, 22 cm H 40 50
851 A Will’s Gold Flake Cigarettes enamel advertising sign, 92 cm H x 46 cm W 40 50
852 A 19th/20th century midday firing sundial cannon, designed to fire at noon as a result of the magnifying glass focusing the sun’s rays on the fuse and igniting the gunpowder, fixed to marble base, sundial lacking 120 150
853 A 20th century bronze classical male figure, posing, swathed in drapes, resting on harp and tree trunk, mounted on a circular stepped marble base, stamped to base of trunk J.B. Bronze, Garanti, Paris, 58 cm H 200 250
854 A late 19th century Victorian copper coffee house pot, the lid stamped ‘Best London Made’, opening to reveal a removable filter and fitted with a walnut handle, raised on a circular base, 33 cm H 150 200
855 A 20th century bronzed Olympian in crouching pose, with arms outstretched and up turned hands, mounted on a square stepped plinth and rectangular marble base, 52 cm H x 82 cm W 200 300
856 A pair of Continental spelter winged figures entitled ‘Amour Irresistible’ and ‘L’Amour a l’Arc’ both mounted on circular faux marble bases (at fault), 39 cm H  and 34 cm H 80 100
857 A 19th century copper cauldron with lid and iron loop handle, 40 cm H together with a brass coal scoop – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 45 65
858 A 19th century French blue enamel wood burner signed to back ‘DIE’, 67 cm H x 56 cm W x 43 cm D 200 300
859 A 19th century Arts & Crafts riveted copper log bucket of waisted form, with twin shaped handles, 30 cm high and 35 cm diameter, unsigned 40 60
860 A Chinese brass censor of cauldron form, fitted with a pair of ring handles and raised on three squat feet, 17.5 cm H 20 30
861 An early 20th century painted cast iron double bar radiator with moulded floral decoration, 81 cm H x 87 cm W 19 cm D 120 150
862 An early 20th century painted cast iron double bar radiator with moulded floral decoration, 81 cm H x 71 cm W x 19 cm D 120 150
863 An early 20th century painted cast iron radiator with moulded floral decoration, 81 cm x 57 cm x 19 cm 80 120
864 An Arts & Crafts copper jardiniere, the shaped body with flared ring, raised on riveted scrolling hammered supports, monogrammed ‘S W S & B’ to base, 17.5 cm H x 17.5 cm Dia. 30 40
865 A mid-20th century pictorial ‘Navy & Army Canteen Board’, red, white and blue enamel advertising sign, 122.5 cm H x 91 cm W 100 150
866 A vintage blue and white enamel ‘Rowntree’s Pastilles’ advertising sign, later re-touched, 30 cm H x 49 cm W 85 95
867 A vintage oak ‘Meltonian, Britain’s experts in shoe care’ double sided advertising shop sign, 20 cm x 59 cm W 20 30
868 A vintage black and white enamel warning sign for ‘Nobel’s Explosives Coy Ltd’, 41 cm H x 29 cm W 120 180
869 A vintage ‘Stephen’s Ink’ blue, black and white enamel advertising sign, the reverse in black and white enamel ‘Stationer and Newsagent’, 25.5 cm H x 46 cm W 85 95
870 An early ‘Get It At Harrods’ red, black and white advertising sign, 15 cm H x 69.5 cm W 40 60
871 An early ‘Waterman’s  Ideal Fountain Pen’ red, black and white advertising sign, 15 cm H x 43 cm W 10 20
872 A large 1980’s Coca-Cola red and white shop advertising sign, 57 cm H x 170 cm W 40 60
873 An early 19th century lead polychrome tobacco jar, the dome shaped lid with associated knop handle, over an octagonal-shaped body, each panel decorated with hand-painted figure, 14 cm H x 13 cm W 30 40
874 A 20th century hollow cast bronze model of a bull, stamped ‘Debut’, mounted on a rectangular marble base, 33 cm H x 47 cm W 150 250
875 A Victorian ‘Kent’s’ patent knife sharpener, the circular oak body with crested mount and paper labels, on a cast iron scrolling base and handle, 50 cm H 30 50
876 A pair of 20th century bronze figural candlesticks, the holders with acanthus leaf decoration above figures of semi-nude classical maidens, standing in ornate shaped plinths and circular stepped bases, 25 cm H 70 90
877 A red and white enamel ‘Danger, small butterfly bombs are hidden here’ warning sign, 30 cm H x 46 W cm 70 100
878 A vintage red and yellow enamel ”Army Information Centre” sign, 46 cm H x 61 cm W 120 140
879 A late 19th century brass plaque depicting a bust of Napoleon in military uniform, unsigned and housed in a circular turned oak frame, plaque 10cm diameter 70 80
880 A pair of late 19th century Georgian-style serpentine pierced brass fenders 30 50
881 A modern printed metal sign advertising an American 1950s Pontiac 30 35
882 A large 19th century oval copper saucepan with warmer top, each fitted with iron loop handles and stamped ‘T A Poison’ to the side, 27cm H x 52cm W x 37cm D – Property of the estate of a Doctor, New Romney, Kent 100 150
883 LOTS 883 – 891 ARE NO LOTS 0 0
892 ‘Winne the Pooh’, ‘Now We Are Six’, ‘The House At Pooh Corner’, and ‘When We Were Very Young’ by A A Milne, all published by McCelland & Stewart Ltd, Toronta Canada, 1925, hardback, worn, dust covers lacking 100 150
893 ‘Dantes Inferno’, by Dante Alighieri, translated by the Rev Henry Francis Cary MA, published 1866 by Cassell, Pelter & Galpin, with illustrations by Gustav Dore, in gilt-tooled red cloth binding 60 80
894 ‘Some of my Bush Friends in Tasmania’, by Louisa Anne Meredith, 1st edition published by Day and Son, London 1860, in presentation embossed leather binding, poor condition 180 220
895 ‘Snap-Dragons, a Tale of Christmas Eve’ and ‘Old Father Christmas’, by Juliana Horatia Ewing, illustrated by Gordon Browne, printed for the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, circa 1880’s, hardback, worn 10 15
896 ‘The Brownies and Other Tales’, by Juliana Horatia Ewing, illustrated by George Cruickshank, published by George Bell and Sons, London 1908, from ‘The Shilling Series’, hardback, worn 15 25
897 ‘A Fleet in Being’, by Rudyard Kipling, published by MacMillan and Co Ltd, New York, 1899, paperback, poor condition together with ‘Departmental Ditties and Other Verses’, by Rudyard Kipling, published by George Newnes Ltd, London 1899, paperback, poor condition 10 15
898 ‘Soldiers Three’, 10th edition ‘Under the Deodars’ 7th edition and ‘The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Eerie Tales’ 3rd edition, by Rudyard Kipling, numbered 1, 4 and 5 from the ‘Indian Railway Library’ series published by A H Wheeler and  Co in Allahabad and Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington Ltd in London, bound together in blue simulated leather cloth binding 40 60
899 ‘The Story of a Short Life’, by Juliana Horatia Ewing, illustrated by Gordon Browne, printed for the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, circa 1880’s, hardback, poor condition 15 20
900 ‘The Peace Egg’, by Juliana Horatia Ewing, illustrated by Gordon Browne, printed for the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, circa 1880’s, hardback, worn 10 15
901 ‘The Story of The Gadsbys’, 1890, 1st edition and ‘In Black and White’, 1891 2nd edition by Rudyard Kipling, numbered 2 and 3 from the ‘Indian Railway Library’ series published by A H Wheeler and  Co in Allahabad and Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington Ltd in London, illustrated by Lahore, bound together in a half bound blue and gilt tooled leather binding 80 120
902 A collection of leather-bound antique books including ‘Cornelius Nepos’s Lives of the Excellent Commanders’, by John Clarke, 1748, and other volumes and four volumes of cartoons from Punch (1 box) 75 85
903 ‘Dictionaire Historique et Critique’ by Pierre Bayle, fourth edition, published by Brunel, Westein & Smith, Waesberge, Humbert, Honore, Chatelain & Mortimer of Amsterdam & Luchtmans of Leide, 1730, three leather bound volumes C-I, K-P and Q-Z, and a single 3rd edition leather bound volume of the same text, published by M. Bohm of Rotterdam, 1720, A-C 500 700
904 ‘Morning Flight’ written and illustrated by Peter Scott, signed limited edition 215/750, published by Country Life Ltd, London, 1935, in cloth binding 100 150
905 ‘Japan’s Fight for Freedom, the Story of the War Between Russian and Japan’, by H W Wilson MA, published by the Amalgamated Press, 1906, in three volumes, red cloth bound, illustrated with photographs taken in the field and sketches after famous artists 60 80
906 A Victorian handmade game in the form of a booklet containing eight loose hand painted cards comprised of one depicting the head and bust of a young lady and seven others designed to be laid over the top of the first, hand painted with assorted costumes, each with the head cut out to allow the face of the first card to peer through 20 40
907 ‘Art et Decoration, Revue Mensuelle d’Art Moderne’, edited by Emile Levy, published by Librairie Centrale des Beaux Arts, Paris, 17 volumes, – 2,3,4,7,8,11,12,15,16,19,20,23,24,27,28,31 and 32, dating from 1897 – all in matching green cloth bindings 400 600
908 A late 19th century bisque-headed doll with hand-painted eyes, brows and lips, half bisque arms and legs, clothed in traditional Spanish dress, with indistinct stamp to back of head, 27cm tall 40 60
909 A Chad Valley plush Teddy bear, a 19th century sailor doll, a rag doll, a Masonic Teddy bear plus one other Teddy (5 items) 20 30
910 A Hornby Meccano clockwork ‘O’ gauge Tank Goods Set No 40 comprised of a black tank engine 82011, two carriages, one goods truck and contents plus track, boxed 40 60
911 A Hornby Meccano clockwork ‘O’ gauge MI Passenger set comprised of a red tank engine and tender 3435, two Pullman carriages ‘Marjorie’ and ‘Aurelia’ and metal track, boxed 40 60
912 A Hornby Meccano clockwork ‘O’ gauge Goods Set No 20 comprised of a green tank engine and tender 60985, two grey goods trucks, a BP, Shell tanker and track, boxed 40 60
913 A J.D.K. Kestner 257 bisque-headed doll with sleeping eyes, painted brows and open mouth with two upper teeth, marked Made in Germany 257 J.D.K. 44 to back of head, with jointed limb composition body, 54cm tall 100 150
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