Auction Catalogue 19th October 2013

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
1 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, 76 cmH x 102 cmW x 94 cmD 100 150
2 An early 20th century Indian brass tray top table, the heavily foliate embossed shaped top with central bowl, engraved to underside ‘ School of Art, Japore’, raised on folding carved supports, 52cmH x 77cmDia 120 150
3 A pair of late 19th century mahogany framed armchairs, the shaped back over scrolling arms ending in ram’s head terminals, with padded seat raised on tapering supports 300 400
4 A pair of reproduction mahogany spoon-back miniature open armchairs, the carved crested rail above a padded back, scrolling arms and serpentine seat, raised on acanthus carved cabriole supports together with a matching table, chairs 54cmH x 36cmW x 39cmD, table 22cmH x 40cmDia 60 100
5 A late 19th century Art Nouveau dark oak bureau bookcase, the moulded cornice above a stained glass panel door flanked by two arched shelves, the roll top fall enclosing pigeon holes over a single long drawer and two panelled doors, 198cmH x 83cmW x 36cmD 80 120
6 A late 19th/early 20th century wooden bound dome top chest with brass lock, 52cmH x 77cmW x 46cmD 40 60
7 A late 19th century elm clerk’s chair, the shaped top rail above scrolled bowed arm and pierced vase-shaped splats, the revolving solid seat upholstered in tan leather and brass studs and raised on four cabriole-shaped legs, 87cmH x 59cmW x 50cmD 50 70
8 Five George IV mahogany bar-back chairs with plain mid-rail and drop-in seats, on sabre legs, 87 cmH x 48 cmW x 53 cmD 120 180
9 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, 104 cmH x 111 cmW x 58 cmD 180 260
10 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, 74cmH x 90cmW x 88cmD 50 100
11 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 71cmH x 92cmW x 91cmD 100 150
12 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, 86cmH x 92cmW x 45cmD 120 180
13 An early 20th century walnut twin pedestal desk, the tooled leather insert over three frieze drawers and six short drawers, one bearing a retail label for Maple & Co, 75cmH x 152cmW x 82cmD 250 350
14 A good quality figural walnut and mahogany circular extending dining table resting on four turned columns with splayed legs and brass lion’s paw feet and castors, 128cmDIA x 79cmH 200 300
15 An early 19th century mahogany bow-fronted chest of two short and three long drawers with brass ring handles, resting on turned supports, 104cmH x 105cmW x 53cmD 200 300
16 A Regency line inlaid mahogany single wardrobe, the dentil cornice over two panelled doors enclosing hanging space with two storage drawers under, 188cmH x 144cmW x 65CmD 300 400
17 A Victorian mahogany wash-stand, the hinged top enclosing a wash bowl and accessories, the front elevation having a single false drawer over two short drawers and resting on turned supports, 79cmH x 86cmW x 48cmD 100 200
18 A late 18th century mahogany bow-fronted chest of two short and three long drawers with brass swing handles, resting on bracket supports,104cmH x 105cmW x 51cmD 250 350
19 A George III mahogany chest-on-chest, the top section with dentil cornice over two short and three long cockbeeded drawers, with brass swan-neck handles, the base fitted with three long graduated drawers with matching handles, raised on shaped bracket feet, 183cmH x 112cmW x 56cmD 700 900
20 A late 18th/early 19th century flame figured mahogany serpentine chest, the moulded top with canted corners, above four long graduated cockbeeded drawers with ornate brass swan neck handles, raised on bracket feet, 83cmH x 114cmW x 54cmD 400 600
21 A matching pair of George III mahogany line inlaid bow front bedside cabinets, each fitted with central cupboard door over one long single drawer, each with lion mask ring handle, the chamfered supports united with a shaped under-tier, 83cmH x 43cmW x 39cmD and 83cmH x 48cmW x 41cmD 150 250
22 An oak 17th century chest-on-chest, the rectangular moulded top section fitted with one long panelled drawer over one  deep drawer, the base fitted with two long drawers, all with brass drop handles and pierced escutcheon, raised on block feet, 93cmH x 98cmW x 53cmD 500 700
23 A George III mahogany line inlaid bow front corner wash-stand, the quarter-cut top with rounded edges over a single cupboard door, above one short door flanked by two dummy drawers, raised on tapering supports and spade end feet, 82cmH x 70cmW x 51cmD 100 200
24 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, 92cmH x 53cmW x 41cmD 400 600
25 A late 17th/early 18th century oak gate-leg table, the oval top above a moulded frieze and raised on baluster turned supports, 69cmH x 111cmW x 135cm D, open 180 220
26 An Edwardian chaise longue with buttoned back and scrolling arm upholstered in yellow velvet fabric and raised on tapering turned walnut supports and brass castors, 89cmH x 165cmW x 63cmD 30 50
27 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,  68cmH x 238cmW x 123cmD 350 400
28 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, 206cmH x 96cmW x 49cmD 500 800
29 A Regency mahogany chest of four graduated drawers fitted with brass swing handles and oval escutcheon, above a shaped apron and raised on bracket feet, 98.5cmH x 91cmW x 46cmD 120 180
30 A Regency mahogany chest of two short and three long graduated cockbeeded drawers fitted with brass swing handles and oval escutcheon, above a shaped apron, raised on bracket feet, 97cmH x 98cmW x 47.5cmD 120 180
31 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, 75cmH x 47cmW x 34cmD 180 220
32 A Regency mahogany breakfast table, the square tilting top with rounded corners on a turned tapering column support and out-swept carved legs, 71cmH x 79cmW x 75cmD 120 180
33 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, 185cmH x 192cmW x 58cmD 140 180
34 A 19th century rustic low chestnut settle, the single plank back and seat united by square section jointed supports, 77cmH x 161cmW x 51cmD 600 700
35 An early 18th century elm dough bin, the hand dug bin raised on arched brackets and pole supports, 64cmH x 134cmW x 55cmD 300 500
36 An early 20th century Indian hardwood occasional table, the circular pierced top heavily carved with blossoms, fans and leaves, above an octagonal-shaped base with pierced floral carved cartouche-shaped panels, 66cmH x 73cmDia 150 200
37 A set of four mahogany early 19th century mahogany dining chairs, the shaped top and mid rails both with brass lozenge inlay over padded drop-in seats and raised on slender ring-turned supports, 85.5cmH x 41cmW x 43cmD 40 60
38 A 19th century mahogany line inlaid secretaire chest, the two dummy drawers opening to reveal 16 small drawers and single pigeon hole above two long graduated drawers, all with brass swing handles and back plates, over a shaped apron, raised on bracket feet, 107cmH x 99.5cmW x 47.5cmD 200 300
39 A Victorian two-seater Chesterfield sofa, the serpentine button back over scrolling arm and carved supports, with feather-filled seats on reeded turned supports and ceramic castors 50 100
40 A 19th century mahogany dumb waiter, the two circular graduated tiers with moulded rims on a turned tapering column support, raised on three outswept legs and pad feet, 90cmH x 57cmDia 100 150
41 An early 19th century pine corner cupboard, the moulded cornice above a pair of panelled doors each with brass bun handles and escutcheon, flanked by canted sides, 194cmH x 97cmW x 52cmD 150 250
42 A 20th century mahogany shaving stand, the circular top on baluster-turned supports over two short drawers and raised on outswept supports and pad feet, 82cmH 40 60
43 A Victorian pine sleigh bed, the shaped panelled head and foot boards each with turned finials, the shaped sides and slatted base raised on turned supports, 200cmL x 89cmH x 115cmW 80 120
44 A late 19th century flame figured mahogany dressing table, the rectangular top fitted with two deep vanity drawers, above one long and two short frieze drawers, raised on tapering ring-turned supports together with a matching stool, 86cmH x 105cmW x 57.5cmD 100 150
45 An Edwardian mahogany pot cupboard, the square top with canted edge, over a single panel door with brass drop handle enclosing a single shelf and raised on a plinth base 70cmH x 37cmW x 32.5cmD 30 50
46 A late Victorian nursing chair, the rounded back over padded arms and seat upholstered in a blue velvet-style fabric, raised on turned tapering supports on ceramic and brass cup castors, approximately 65cmH x 50cmW x 63cmD 80 120
47 An early 20th century Oriental chinoiserie decorated table cabinet fitted with a series of drawers and pigeon holes with shaped brass swing handles, raised on a plinth base, 38cmH x 40cmW x 23cmD 50 70
48 A 19th century oak tilt top table, the circular top on a turned baluster support and raised on three scrolling outswept feet, approximately 73cmH x 54cmDIA 80 120
49 A set of five 19th century mahogany balloon back dining chairs, the rounded backs with shaped mid-rail above over-stuffed serpentine seats and raised on turned tapering supports, approximately 87cmH x 47cmW x 53cmD 100 150
50 Four 19th century walnut balloon back chairs, the shaped top rails with scrolling carved mid-rail over padded seats, raised on tapering carved supports, approximately 85cmH x 48cmW x 48cm 100 150
51 A 19th century oak gate-leg table, the oval folding top with rounded edge above a single end drawer, raised on turned baluster supports and pear-shaped feet, 72cmH x 113cmW x 123cm open 100 150
52 A 19th century mahogany tilt top table, the octagonal top with carved pentogram to the centre and moulded edge above a Gothic-style frieze on a baluster turned support, raised on three scrolling outswept feet, approximately 74cmH x 70cmW x 70D 100 120
53 A 19th century elm Windsor rocking chair, the comb-back with shaped pierced splat and rounded arms over a solid seat, raised on turned supports, cross-stretcher and plain rails, approximately 100cmH x 52cmW x 60cmD 100 150
54 A late 18th/early 19th century oak stool, the rectangular top with central carved cross with arcaded carved edge, raised on turned supports and cross-stretcher, with bun feet, approximately 17cmH x 29cm W x19cmD 50 70
55 An early 19th century rosewood card table, the burr rotating top inlaid with floral swags, opening to reveal a red circular baize and four corner cups, above a beaded frieze with revolving circular trays above four carved column supports with central finial, raised on four acanthus carved scrolling outswept feet, approximately 70cmH x 90cmW x 88cmD when open 200 300
56 A 19th century mahogany apprentice piece bureau bookcase, the domed inlaid pediment above a pair of glazed panelled doors enclosing two shelves over a sloping fall opening to reveal drawers and pigeon holes, above three graduated cockbeeded drawers, each with turned bun handles, raised on bracket feet, approximately 84cmH x 33cmW x 23cmD 120 150
57 A 19th century mahogany framed armchair, the square padded back over scrolling reeded arms with acanthus carved decoration, with rounded padded seat and plain apron, on square tapering carved supports, approximately 92cmH x 63cmW x 60cmD 120 150
58 An early 19th century walnut side table the rectangular top with moulded edge over a single frieze drawer with turned bun handles, above heavily carved scrolling end supports and cross-stretcher and raised on squat scrolling feet and brass castors, approximately 70cmH x 56cmW x 38cmD 150 180
59 A Victorian oak corner cupboard, the moulded cornice over an arched panel door carved with crescent moons, crosses and Roman numerals, with central carved arcaded drawer above four panelled cupboard doors, raised on block feet, approximately 182cmH x 67cmW x 40cmD 130 160
60 An early 20th century oak lady’s bureau, the shaped mirrored-back top over a floral carved fall enclosing a single drawer and pigeon holes, above a single frieze drawer and shaped apron, raised on cabriole supports approximately 122cmH x 71cmW x 40cmD 130 150
61 A small 19th century mahogany circular two-tier dumb waiter with dentil edges, on vase-shaped support with three outswept legs and pad feet, approximately 60cmH x 33cmDIA 80 100
62 A late 19th century oak open armchair, the spoon shaped back with floral carved top rail over scroll-carved arm and over-stuffed serpentine seat and raised on turned cabriole shaped supports and brass castors, 97cmH x 67cmW x 73cmD 80 120
63 A late 17th century joynted oak coffer, the four end panel carved top over a frieze of rosettes above four fluted panels carved with arches, rosettes and leaves, 60cmH x 150cmW x 58cmD 600 800
64 A late 19th/early 20th century light oak kneehole dressing table, the mirrored back flanked by a pair of small raised drawers on shaped supports over a single frieze drawer, each pedestal fitted with four graduated drawers and raised on plinth bases, 168cmH x 123cmW x 53cmD 100 150
65 A late 19th century chaise longue, the scrolling back and arm over an over-stuffed seat upholstered in blue floral striped fabric and raised on tapering turned supports and brass cup coasters 88cmH x 158cmL x 63 cmW 100 120
66 A late 19th century mahogany nursing chair, the fluted back rail and arms with padded arm rests, over a caned back, arms and seat,with turned front and sabre back legs, raised on large cup and casters  90cmH x  61cmW x 74cmD 60 100
67 A late 19th early 20th century oak wind out dining table the rectangular top with moulded edge and canted corner, with beaded frieze, raised on tapering ring turned supports and brass and ceramic casters, 74cmH x 214cmW x 121cmD 120 150
68 A large late 19th century pine blanket chest with hinged top, iron swing handles and plinth base  58cmH x 124cmW x 52cmD 80 100
69 A pair of 19th century walnut balloon back side chairs with scrolling curved mid rail serpentine padded seats and raised on turned fluted legs 87cmH x 47cmW x 52cmD 20 30
70 A late 19th century oak Art Nouveau three fold panelled screen, decorated with red dyed poppies and stalks  173cmH x 150cmW x 1cmD 60 100
71 An 18th century coffer, the two plank top with bread board ends , over a four panelled front with ornate iron escutcheon and lock  63cmH x 127cmW x 57cmD 250 350
72 A 19th century mahogany breakfront press cupboard, the top with moulded cornice and plain frieze above a pair of panelled doors enclosing six press slides, the base fitted with single brush slide over three long graduated cockbeeded drawers with brass swan-neck handles, both flanked with one slide opening wardrobe door, the other fitted with two front opening doors, each enclosing sliding shelves and raised on a plinth base, 224cmH x 192cmW x 57cmD 800 1000
73 A set of 19th century library steps the domed carved back rail over turned spindles and floral carved panel back over a solid moulded hinged seat opening to reveal four treads, raised on tapering ring turned supports. 89cmH x 46cmW x 43cmD 80 120
74 A Georgian walnut commode, the top with shaped three-quarter gallery over a pair of  panelled doors above a dummy drawer with brass swag handle and raised on square supports 71cmH x 53cmW x 47cmD 180 200
75 An early 20th century four-fold screen with Oriental needlework panels, approximately 168cmH x 155cmW x 2cmD, when open 15 25
76 A set of four Edwardian elm dining chairs, the carved arched top rails and turned spindle back over padded seats and raised on tapering ring turned supports and cross-stretchers, together with another similar pair, approximately 86cmH x 40cmW x 44cmD 15 25
77 A late 18th/early 19th century mahogany bachelor’s chest, the rectangular moulded top above a brushing slide and four long graduated cockbeeded drawers, each with brass swan neck handles, raised on bracket feet, approximately 84cmH x 96cmW x 52cmD 150 200
78 A rectangular oak drop-leaf gate-leg table, approximately 74cmH x 133cmW x 105cmD, when open 20 30
79 A child’s wicker tub-shaped armchair, approximately 50cmH x 40cmW x 39cmD 10 20
80 An Edwardian mahogany octagonal occasional table with galleried under-tier and raised on tapering ring turned supports, approximately 65cmH x 59cmW x 59cmD 50 60
81 A late 19th/early 20th century walnut bookcase cabinet, the moulded top over a pair of lead lit glazed doors with stained glass lozenge panels, enclosing two shelves and raised on a plinth base, approximately 87cmH x 88cmW x 33cmD 10 20
82 A 20th century Chinese black painted and gilt butler’s tray and stand, the stray decorated with figures with pierced gilt surround, on simulated bamboo folding stand, 74cmH x 82cmW x 50cmD 100 150
83 A 20th century mahogany display cabinet on stand, the serpentine top above a pair of shaped glazed doors enclosing two adjustable shelves, over a single drawer and raised on cabriole supports, approximately 148cmH x 86cmW x 42cmD 15 25
84 A 19th century walnut tilt top table, the oval top with moulded edge and beaded frieze on a bulbous turned column and raised on four carved scrolling cabriole shaped legs and ceramic castors, approximately 73cmH x 122cmW x 91cmD 100 200
85 A 19th century mahogany lamp table, the circular top with moulded edge on a bulbous carved tapering column, raised on three heavily carved outswept legs with lion’s paw feet, approximately 71cmH x 51cmD 60 80
86 A 20th century yew wood desk, the moulded top with tooled leather insert over three frieze drawers, the pedestals fitted with graduated drawers, raised on bracket feet, approximately 78cmH x 122cmW x 61cmD 100 120
87 An early 20th century mahogany partner’s desk, the moulded top with tooled leather insert over six frieze drawers, the pedestals each fitted with graduated drawers and cupboards and raised on plinth bases, approximately 78cmH x 152cmW x 121cmD 600 800
88 A 20th century mahogany desk, the moulded top with tooled leather insert over three frieze drawers, the pedestals each fitted with three graduated drawers and raised on plinth bases, approximately 75cmH x 137cmW x 69cmD 250 350
89 A late 19th century mahogany kneehole desk, the rectangular top with rounded corners above a single central drawer flanked by a pair of cupboard pedestal, one enclosing slides, the other a single shelf, raised on a plinth base, approximately 76cmH x 121cmW x 59cmD 200 250
90 A George III mahogany circular tilt-top table with baluster support, raised on three outswept legs, approximately 62cm H x 80cmDia 100 150
91 An Edwardian mahogany pot cupboard, the folding top above a single panelled door with brass drop handle and raised on a plinth base, approximately 78cmH x 71cmW x 34cmD 20 30
92 A set of six George III-style dining chairs, the shield-shaped backs with pierced scrolling splat and carved acanthus leaf decoration above a padded serpentine-shaped seat, raised on tapering supports and spade end feet, approximately 101cmH x 52cmW x 53cmD 100 120
93 An Edwardian walnut open armchair, the shaped top rail over a vase-shaped splat with foliate and mask inlay, with scrolling arms and padded seat, raised on cabriole supports, approximately 100cmH x 58cmW x 58cmD 60 80
94 A pair of late 19th century French walnut armchairs, the caned spoon-shaped back carved with ribbons and flowers, over acanthus carved scrolling padded arms and serpentine seat, raised on tapering fluted supports, approximately 107cmH x 62cmW x 65cmD 100 120
95 A 19th century burr walnut games table, the serpentine revolving top opening to reveal chequers, backgammon and cribb, over a single drawer and workbox, raised on twin carved baluster-shaped supports with outswept scrolling feet carved with acanthus leaf decoration and ceramic castors, approximately 73cmH x 83cmW x 55cmD 200 300
96 A set of four 19th century balloon-back chairs with carved mid-rail, padded seats and raised on turned supports and cross-stretchers, approximately 79.5cmH x 41cmW x 50cmD 40 60
97 A 20th century contemporary coffee table, the baby blue pebble-shaped top on a circular chrome base, approximately 36cmH x 117cmW x 78cmD 50 70
98 An early 20th century French painted wrought iron wash stand, the top with three-quarter gallery and aperture, raised on four scrolling supports and under-tier 60 80
99 A modern contemporary side table, the mirrored top with moulded edge above a single mirrored drawer and frieze, raised on scrolling mirrored supports, approximately 76cmH x 102cmW x 41cmD 50 70
100 A set of four Victorian oak-framed dining chairs, the padded backs above over-stuffed seat with tasselled fringe, raised on turned supports, block feet and castors 50 80
101 A 19th century rosewood pier cabinet with inlaid design and ornate mounts, fitted with a single glazed door on turned supports, approximately 104cmH x 79cmW x 29.5cmD 100 150
102 An George III-style Edwardian mahogany sideboard with brass back rail, the shaped front housing a pair of drawers flanked by a pair of cupboard doors, all fitted with brass drop handles, raised on square tapering supports with cross-banding, line inlay and inlay decorations, approximately 134cmH x 168cmW x 66cmD 100 150
103 A George III oak dresser, the single plank top with rounded edges above three moulded drawers with brass swing handles and shell-embossed back plates, raised on tapering square supports, approximately 88cmH x 183.5cmW x 42cmD 700 1000
104 An early 19th century oak bureau, the sloping fall enclosing a series of drawers, pigeon holes and two secret compartments, over four long graduated cockbeeded drawers with brass swing handles and ornate back plates, raised on bracket feet, approximately 102cmH x 95cmW x 51cmD 200 300
105 A Regency mahogany folding card table, the inlaid top with rounded corners opening to reveal a green baize panel above a chequer-strung and geometrically inlaid frieze, raised on tapering ring-turned supports, approximately 74.5cmH x 91cmW x 90cmD when open 500 600
106 An 18th century oak dresser, the two shelf rack with moulded cornice, plain frieze and shaped supports, the base with rectangular moulded top and pigeon holed back, over six cockbeeded drawers each with brass swing handles and shaped back plates, the arched apron above an eleven planked under-tier and turned supports, raised on block feet, approximately 180cmH x136cmW x 45cmD 2000 2500
107 A pair of mid-20th century painted metal industrial cabinets, the tops with chrome gallery rails over a single drawer and cupboard door on pole supports united by a square under-tier 150 200
108 A mid-20th century pierced screen depicting Adam and Eve, approximately 142cmH x 69.5cmW x 30cmD 20 30
109 A 1930s Art Deco tea table, the rotating rectangular folding top raised on open oval end supports, with chrome cross-stretcher and arched feet, approximately 74cmH x 120cmW x90cmD 80 120
110 A 19th century mahogany breakfast table, the circular top with moulded edge and beaded frieze above a tapering circular column support, the trefoil base raised on lion’s paw feet and castors, approximately 72cm x 103cmDia 100 120
111 A late 18th/early 19th century elm corner cupboard front panel with moulded arched door, turned handle and brass escutcheon and canted sides, approximately 119cmH x 89cmW x 30cmD 30 50
112 An early 19th century oak panel decorated with floral lozenge panels, approximately 40cmH x 101cmW x 2.5cmD 30 40
113 A 20th century French-style walnut armchair, the padded back with carved moulding over scrolling arms and serpentine seat, raised on cabriole supports, approximately 107cmH x 65cmW x 70cmD 30 50
114 A Regency mahogany chequer-strung converted commode, the rectangular top over a single cockbeeded drawer above a faux drawer cupboard door fitted with pressed brass knob handles and raised on bracket supports, approximately 74cmH x 68cmW x 49cmD 60 80
115 An Edwardian mahogany line inlaid double wardrobe, the moulded cornice above a pair of panelled doors with floral wreath inlay and arched bevelled mirror, enclosing a hanging rail and single shelf, raised on bracket supports, approximately 195cmH x 125cmW x 51cmD 60 100
116 A 19th century rosewood card table, the moulded cross-band top opening to reveal a circular green baize over a floral carved frieze, raised on an octagonal vase-shaped support on four heavily carved scrolling outswept cabriole-shaped legs and brass castors, approximately 78cmH x 90.5cmW x 90.5cmD when open 250 300
117 A 19th century mahogany drop leaf table, the rectangular top with rounded corners above a pair of scrolling floral fretwork and supports with carved rosettes, raised on bun feet and brass castors, approximately 74.5cmH x 110.5cmW x 89cmD 100 150
118 A Victorian mahogany folio stand, the two-section top with a heavily carved scrolling front panel raised on a table base with lyre end supports and carved cross-stretcher, approximately 90.5cmH x 48cmW x 24cmD 100 150
119 A 20th century oak dining table with X- frame supports and cross-stretcher together with four matching chairs with horse head carved back, shaped supports and cross-stretchers, table approximately 76cmH x 140cmW x 80cmD, chairs approximately 100cmH x 46cmW x 46cmD 80 120
120 A pair of early 20th century terracotta painted gilt columns, the square tops above a scrolling frieze, the tapering panelled trunk with ribbon bow and floral decoration and raised on a square stripped base, each 111cmH 100 200
121 A 19th century mahogany framed low bedroom chair, the padded back with dome-shaped top rail flanked by fluted turned supports over a circular over-stuffed seat upholstered in a floral patterned fabric, raised on turned tapering supports and ceramic and brass castors, approximately 77cmH x 49cmW x 54cmD 50 80
122 An Art Deco flame-figured walnut square-section two-tier corner unit with chrome column support and raised on an ebonised plinth base, approximately 53cm x 40cmW x 40cmD 40 60
123 A mid-20th century pine tambour folding screen with domed shaped top and maker’s plaque for S.N.S A.,149cmH x 240cmW 250 350
124 An Art Deco hand-painted moulded fire screen decorated as an old country garden with rose arch and stone steps leading to a tree lined lawn, approximately 69cmH x 65cmW x 10cmD 40 60
125 An early 20th century oak wall cupboard, the domed shaped top with pierced gallery above a single cupboard door with an oval bevel mirror plate flanked by two canted stained glass panels over a single cross-banded drawer with pressed brass knob handle over a shaped apron 64cmH x 64cmW x 17fcmD 100 150
126 A late 18th/early 19th century elm chest, the rectangular top with moulded edge, opening to reveal a semi-fitted interior, iron lock and brass strap hinges, the exterior with brass swing handles and later ornate pierced brass panels and studwork, approximately 24.5cmH x 54cmW x 36cmD 120 140
127 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany armchair, the adjustable back with domed top rail and fleur-de-lys carved splat over scrolling arms and padded seat, raised on square tapering supports and brass and ceramic castors, approximately 87cmH x 59.5cmW x 90cmD 80 100
128 A late 19th/early 20th century ebonised mahogany card table, the moulded rotating top opening to reveal a tooled green baize above a beaded frieze, raised on tapering ring-turned supports and united by spindle cross-stretchers, 73cmH x 91cmW x 91cmD 80 120
129 A Regency sofa table, the rectangular cross-band top above a pair of inlaid frieze drawers opposing a pair of dummy drawers, with pressed brass knobs on four baluster turned supports and raised on four outswept scrolling feet and brass castors, approximately 73cmH x 156cmW x 71cmD, when open 200 250
130 An early 20th century pine dresser, the top with moulded cornice over a two-shelf plate rack, the base fitted with two short drawers over a pair of panelled cupboard doors all with ornate iron handles and raised on block feet, approximately 195cmH x 123cmW x 51cmD 100 200
131 A late 19th century walnut piano stool, the rotating circular top raised on turned outswept supports, 49cmH x 30cmDia 40 60
132 A late 19th century rosewood lady’s writing table, the shaped inverted breakfront top with central galleried shelf flanked by a pair of raised drawers over a single frieze drawer, with carved apron flanked by two pairs of short drawers and raised on carved cabriole supports, approximately 111cmH x 107cmW x 57cmD 150 250
133  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
134 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 50 80
135 A 19th century pine wall shelf, the moulded cornice over three plate shelves with shaped support, approximately 109cmH x 145cmW x 16.5cmD 50 70
136 A Victorian pine dough bin of sarcophagus form on a single plank base, approximately 25.5cmH x 74cmW x 48.5cmD 50 70
137 A 19th century pine cupboard, the moulded cornice over a pair of panelled doors enclosing a single shelf above a pair of short drawers, each with brass swing handles and shaped back plates, approximately 86cmH x 89cmW x 34cmD 70 100
138 A Victorian stripped pine chest, the rectangular top with moulded edge above two short and three long graduated drawers, each with turned bun handles and brass escutcheon, raised on turned supports, approximately 99cmH x 103cmW x 49cmD 100 120
139 A mid-20th century oak framed begere-style armchair, the cane back and arm on barley-twist support, with over-stuffed seat and floral carved scrolling apron, raised on black turned support, 94cmH x 59cmW x 61cmD 40 50
140 A mid-19th century oak lowboy, the rectangular top with rounded edge over a single frieze drawer with brass swing handles above a shaped apron, raised on turned tapering pole supports and pad feet, approximately 74cmH x 74cmW x 53cmD 120 150
141 A George III mahogany side chair, the shaped top rail with husk carved slatted back over an over-stuffed serpentine seat, raised on square tapering supports and cross-stretcher, approximately 90cmH x 53cmW x 52cmD 40 50
142 A late Victorian oak corner cupboard, the moulded dentil cornice above a single glazed door with ornate brass handle, enclosing two shelves flanked by reeded canted sides, 74cmH x 65cmW x 41cmD 30 50
143 An early 20th century mahogany extending dining table, the oval top with gadrooned edge over a beaded frieze, raised on scrolling acanthus leaf carved cabriole supports and claw and ball feet, lacking winder, 73cmH x 153cmW x 106cmD, when extended 50 70
144 An Edwardian armchair, the scrolling back and arms over a padded long seat, raised on ring-turned front supports and ceramic and brass castors, 96cmH x 75cmW x 84cmD 60 100
145 A 19th century day bed, the scrolling buttoned back over a padded seat and single drop arm, upholstered in a pink velvet-style fabric and raised on squat cabriole supports and castors, 77cmH x 153cmW x 82cmD 60 100
146 A set of four Edwardian mahogany dining chairs, the floral carved top and mid rail on reeded supports, above floral upholstered over-stuffed seats and raised on tapering ring-turned supports, 92cmH x 49cmW x 52cmD 40 60
147 An early 20th century breakfront mahogany side cabinet, the top with rounded corners and moulded edge over a blind fretwork carved frieze and single drawer fitted with ornate brass swing handles, above a pair of bevelled mirror doors and shaped under-tier, flanked by two shelves and raised on acanthus carved cabriole supports, 101cmH x 122cmW x 35cmD 60 80
148 A Victorian wind-out dining table, the top with moulded edge and canted corners above a moulded frieze, raised on floral carved tapering fluted supports and ceramic and brass castors, 74cmH x 241cmW x 120cmD 80 120
149 A 19th century figural mahogany writing table, the rectangular top with canted corners and carved chamfered edge, above a pair of frieze drawers with brass Gothic-style drop handles, raised on turned tapering octagonal supports, approximately 84cmH x 106cmW x 55cmD 100 120
150 A George III elm drop-leaf table, the oval top with rounded edge, raised on tapering pole supports and pad feet, approximately 69.5cmH x 119cmW x 94cmD 100 150
151 A French gilt brass consul table, the serpentine marble top over an ornate scrolling frieze with fleur-de-lys and shell decoration, raised on cabriole-shaped legs with female mask and floral decoration on paw feet, approximately 79cmH x 118cmW x 33cmD 100 150
152 A late 19th century/early 20th century coopered oak iron-bound umbrella stand, approximately 62cmH 30 50
153 A small oak corner cupboard 80 120
154 A 19th century single brass bed with arched head and foot boards and raised on ceramic castors, 186cm x 93cm 40 60
155 A late 19th century pine wash stand, the top with three-quarter gallery and rounded corners above a single under-tier with shaped apron, raised on turned supports and bun feet together with a Victorian transfer printed blue and white wash bowl decorated with scrolling leaves and flowers marked ‘Togo’ to base, approximately 71.5cmH x 57cmW x 43.5D 50 60
156 A Lloyd Loom gold painted bow front bedside cabinet, the glass and needlework top above a single cupboard door, raised on arched supports, approximately 64.5cmH x 39cmW x 34cmD 15 20
157 An early 20th century elm bergere suite comprised of a two seater sofa and two armchairs, each with a shaped scrolling top rail and arms, padded backs and seats over a shaped apron and raised on squat cabriole supports. Sofa approximately 78cmH x 123cmW x 74cmD, chairs approximately 78cmH x 64cmW x 74cmD 100 150
158 A large late 18th century mahogany bureau, the sloping fall opening to reveal three cupboard doors, each enclosing a series of drawers and pigeon holes, above three long graduated drawers each with brass swing handles and shaped back plate, raised on a plinth base, approximately 114cmH x 110cmW x 5305cmD 150 200
159 A late 18th century oak gate leg table, the oval top with rounded edge, above a single drawer, raised on baluster turned supports and double bun feet, approximately 71cmH x 127cmW x 104.5cmD when open 150 200
160 An early 18th century oak coffer, the three-plank panelled top with iron hinges and lock over a two-plank dove-tailed body with iron drop twist handles, raised on shaped bar supports, approximately 60.5cmH x 123cmW x 55cmD 200 300
161 An early 20th century wicker twin-handled Moses basket, approximately 39.5cmH x 92cmW x 55cmD 20 30
162 An Edwardian mahogany occasional table, the circular cross-banded chequer-strung top over a line inlaid frieze, raised on slender tapering supports united by scrolling cross-stretchers and floral decorated under-tier, approximately 70cmH x 50cmDia 30 40
163 A late 19th century satinwood wardrobe, the plain frieze over a single panel door with arched bevelled plate, flanked by two arched panels carved with fruit and leaves, raised on bracket feet, approximately 196cmH x 91.5cmW x 42cmD 60 100
164 An Edwardian mahogany washstand, the rectangular top with turned spindle back and moulded edge, above a floral carved frieze and single drawer, stamped Edwards & Roberts with brass Gothic handle, raised on tapering ring-turned supports, approximately 73.5cmH x 106cmW x 48D 40 60
165 A matched pair of Edwardian walnut inlaid side chairs, both with embroidered seats, largest 94cmH x 41.5cmW x 39cmD 10 15
166 A 19th century pitch pine chest, the rectangular moulded top over two short and two long graduated drawers, each with turned wood and brass swing handles, raised on a plinth base, approximately 89.5cmH x 123cmW x 55.5cmD 100 150
167 A 19th century mahogany wardrobe, the single arched panel door with turned knob handle enclosing hanging space and single drawer, raised on a plinth base, once part of a larger wardrobe, approximately 181cmH x 68.5cmW x 56cmD 30 40
168 A late 19th/early 20th century mahogany chest, the rectangular top with moulded edge over two short and three long graduated drawers, each with brass swing handles and pierced back plate, raised on bracket feet, approximately 99cmH x 103cmW x 49.5cmD 70 90
169 A 20th century mahogany coffee table, the rectangular panelled top over a beaded frieze, raised on chamfered supports and pierced brackets, approximately 47cmH x 127cmW x 54cmD 20 30
170 A 19th century mahogany fire screen of rectangular form with brass entwined serpent handle over a clear glass panel and raised on outswept supports and pad feet, approximately 100cmH x 49.5cmW x 42cmD 20 30
171 A 19th century pine dresser, the top with moulded cornice and plain frieze over a three-shelf rack with shaped supports, the rectangular base with breadboard ends over three short drawers with pressed iron cup handles, above four panelled doors, raised on a plinth base, approximately 247cmH x 188.5cmW x 56.6cmD 300 500
172 A 19th century pine bookcase, the moulded top above a pair of glazed panelled doors enclosing two shelves over a single long drawer with ceramic bun handles, the base with later carved oak panel door, raised on block feet, approximately 200cmH x 96.5cmW x 39cmD 100 200
173 A 19th century Chesterfield two seat sofa, the rounded back and scrolling arms over a single seat, raised on ring-turned mahogany supports and ceramic castors, approximately 69cmH x 180cmW x 83cmD 50 100
174 A 19th century mahogany framed armchair, the spoon-shaped back with scrolling padded arms and seat upholstered in green velvet-style fabric, raised on tapered ring-turned supports and iron castors, approximately 104cmH x 68cmW x 84cmD 80 120
175 A late Victorian low nursing chair, the scrolled back over a rounded padded seat raised on tapering ring-turned supports and ceramic castors, approximately 73cmH x 54cmW x 76cmD 10 15
176 A Victorian pine blanket box with hinged lid, raised on block and castor feet, approximately 52cmH x 91cmW x 48cmD 40 60
177 A 19th century mahogany butler’s tray on folding stand, approximately 84cmH x 80cmW x 54.5cmD 40 60
178 An Edwardian inlaid mahogany inlaid three-tier cake stand on shaped supports, surmounted with turned finial, approximately 96cmH x 28cmDia 80 120
179 A pair of 19th century rosewood and boxwood strung tub-shaped chairs, the back with padded top rail and lozenge and floral inlay over shaped arms and over-stuffed seat, raised on square tapering supports and spade end feet, each approximately 70cmH x 73cmW x 64cmD 80 120
180 A 19th century rosewood centre table, the oval top with moulded edge above a scrolling frieze, raised on twin octagonal vase-shaped supports and carved cross-stretcher with scrolling outswept feet and brass castors, approximately 72cmH x 134cmW x 69cmD 150 250
181 An Edwardian mahogany Wellington chest filing cabinet by ‘The Shannon Limited, London’, the square moulded top above four short drawers, each opening to reveal original fitting clip boards, fitted with brass monogrammed handles and raised on a plinth base, approximately 50cmH x 38cmW x 41cmD 60 100
182 A 19th century rosewood spoon-back low chair upholstered in gold velvet-style fabric, with serpentine seat and raised on turned fluted supports and brass and ceramic castors, approximately 83cmH x51cmW x 61cmD 40 60
183 A pair of early 20th century armchairs, with scrolling backs and arms and padded seats upholstered in a red floral fabric over tapestry upholstery and  raised on turned bun feet and coasters 86cm  H x 91cm W x 98cm D 40 60
184 A matched pair of late 19th century tub shaped armchairs the scrolling button backs and arms on turned mahogany supports over circular padded seats and raised on turned tapering supports and castors, 75cmH x 66cmW x 62cmD and 72cmH x 69cmW x 72cmD 120 150
185 A 19th century chaise longue with scrolling back and arm upholstered in a pink floral fabric raised on ormulo mounted turned mahogany supports and brass castors together with a matching spoon back low chair upholstered in green velvet style fabric, 76cmH x 180cmW x 72cm and 72cmH x 62cmW x 83cmD 150 200
186 A 19th century Prie Dieu chair the high back with shaped top over a padded seat upholstered in green velvet fabric and raised on turned rosewood supports and brass cup and castors, 100cmH x 47cmW x 56cmD 40 60
187 An Edwardian walnut occasional table the octagonal chequer and box wood strung top with central scrolling foliate inlay, raised on square tapering inlaid supports and castors united by a cross stretchered under tier 72cm x H x 68.5cm W x 68.5cm D 70 90
188 A 19th century walnut wine table, the rectangular top with gadrooned edge and carved acanthus leaf corners, over a turned three-column support and raised on three carved outswept feet, approximately 74cmH 42cmW x 31cmD 50 100
189 A Victorian walnut wind out dining table the top with canted corners and moulded edge with one extra leaf, over a beaded frieze and raised on ring turned tapering supports and ceramic and brass casters 74cm H x 145cm W x 104cm D 80 120
190 A 19th century mahogany square section four tier what-not the hinged top opening to reveal an adjustable reading slope and rest, fitted single base drawer with carved knob handle and raised on tapering reeded column supports and brass castors, 137cmH x 54cmW x 44cmD 200 300
191 A late 18th early 19th century oak joynt stool, the rectangular top  with round edge over a moulded frieze and raised on balustre turned supports and cross stretchers 60cm H x 48cm W x 31cm D 50 80
192 A late 19th century Georgian style sideboard, the serpentine top over a single long cockbeeded drawer flanked by six short cockbeeded drawers with ornate swing and knob handles and raised on chamfered supports and brass castors 83cm x 121cm W x 54cm D 50 80
193 A late 19th century walnut Secretaire A Abbatant, the top with a scrolling carved pediment over a single drawer and fall front, opening to reveal an arrangement of drawers and writing surface above three shaped long drawers, flanked by floral carved pilasters and raised on squat scrolled feet, approximately 183cmH x 105cmW x 53cmD 300 400
194 A late 19th century stool, the rectangular floral upholstered top raised on turned tapering rosewood supports, 51cmH x 45cmW x 41cmD 30 40
195 A late Victorian armchair, the square-shaped back over scrolling arm and padded seat, raised on ring-turned mahogany supports and castors, 93cmH x 73cmW x 84cmD 60 100
196 A George III mahogany wash-stand, the square hinged top opening to reveal apertures for basin and brush holder above an under-tier with single drawer, raised on square support united by a cross-frame cross-stretcher, 82cmH x 35.5cmW x 35.5cmD 80 120
197 A 19th century mahogany breakfront wardrobe chest, the moulded cornice and plain frieze above a central mirrored door enclosing four linen slides and three long drawers with floral decorated recessed handles flanked by a pair of panelled wardrobe doors each enclosing hanging space and single drawers and raised on a plinth base, approximately 205cmH x 230cmW x 75cmD 250 350
198 An early 19th century mahogany chest, the rectangular top with moulded edge over two short and three long graduated cockbeeded drawers, each with brass swing handles and pressed floral back plates and raised on a moulded base, approximately 90cmH x 114cmW x 52cmD 150 250
199 An early 20th century oak four seat pew with moulded top rail over a panelled back and raised on shaped supports, 91cmH x 236cmW x 54cmD 80 120
200 An early 20th century oak two seat pew with moulded top rail over a panelled back and raised on shaped supports, 89cmH x 146.5cmW x 54cmD 80 120
201 A 19th century pine domed top iron-bound chest fitted with iron lock and iron side handles, 52cmH x 100cmW x 49cmD 120 150
207 A pair of 20th century Italian terracotta olive jars of ovoid form, each with triangular top and single handle, approximately 74cmH 100 120
208 An early 20th century garden table, the rectangular reconstituted weathered stone top on triangular painted supports, 54cmH x 110cmW x 51cmD 80 100
209 A 20th century circular teak sunburst design garden table on folding wrought iron base together with six matching armchairs, table 78cmH x 110cmDia, chairs 89cmH x 57cmW x 47cmD 50 100
210 A 20th century garden seat, the scrolling foliate cast metal ends and arms united by teak slats, 82cmH x 126cmW x 60cmD 30 40
211 A garden bench with slatted wooden seats, lattice-shaped iron back and scrolling wrought iron ends, approximately 80cmH x 129cmW x 60cmD 30 40
212 A 20th century teak garden bench with slatted back and seat with rounded arms, raised on square section supports, 85cmH x 193cmW x 66cmW 70 100
213 A 20th century teak garden bench with slatted back and seat, shaped arms and raised on square section supports, 82cmH x 128cmW x 59cmD 50 70
214 A George III mahogany fretwork mirror with original bevelled plate, approximately 88cmH x 60cmW x 2.5cmD 120 150
215 A 19th century mahogany dressing table mirror, the dome topped plate on spiral turned supports with ornate brass candle sconces, surmounted with turned finial, raised on a shaped base and gadrooned bun feet, 82cmH x 78cmW x 31cmD 50 100
216 A pair of 19th century gilt metal two branch girondelle mirrors, the rectangular bevelled plates housed in a floral moulded frame surmounted with cherubs and urn 41cmH x 21cmW 60 80
217 A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, the rectangular plate on scrolling supports on a rectangular base, raised on bun feet, 52cmH x 47cmW x 23cmD 40 60
218 A circular gilt framed convex wall mirror with ebonized surround, the frame with egg and dart moulding and ball decoration, 39cmW and a larger similar gilt framed circular convex wall mirror 41.5cmW (2 items) 40 60
219 A large 20th century Venetian octagonal mirror surmounted with floral swags, each plate with bevelled edges and decorated with flower heads and glass beads, 139cmH x 73cmW 100 150
220 A mid 20th century painted French oval mirror with bevelled plate, the pierced frame surmounted with floral swags and flowers, 138cmH x 78cmW 50 100
221 A 19th century giltwood and gesso over mantel mirror, the dome top plate housed in a floral button and bead decorated frame surmounted with ferns and flora, approximately 112cmH x 98cmW 50 100
222 A late 19th century walnut framed toilet mirror, the oval plate on scrolling supports and cross-stretcher, raised on shaped outswept feet, approximately 40cmH x 45cmW x 18cmD 20 30
223 A Georgian walnut toilet mirror, the rectangular plate on square reeded supports with brass finials, the based fitted with two frieze drawers with brass swing handles, raised on squat bun feet, 44cmH x 44.5cmW x 19cmD 30 50
224 A 19th century circular mirror with convex plate housed in an ebonised and gilt ball decorated frame, 34.5cmDia 40 50
225 A 20th century gilt brass cartouche-shaped mirror, the arched plate surmounted with scrolling swags, 122cmH x 62.5cmW 80 120
226 A 1930s bevel edged mirror housed in a silver-plated frame with simulated bamboo and hammer design border, 48cmH x 49cmW 35 45
227 An early 20th century wall mirror, the oval plate housed in a simulated rosewood beeded and carved frame, 64cmH x 55cmW 20 30
228 A late 18th/early 19th century dressing table mirror, the rectangular bevel plate on finial topped tapering supports, the stand with shaped single drawer opening to reveal various fitted compartments with lidded boxes, brushes and pen trays, with turned bun handles and brass escutcheon, raised on bracket feet, 66cmH x 45cmW x 23cmD 100 150
230 A pair of 20th century Spanish Blanc de Chine Corinthian column table lamps, complete with floral decorated plinths, 65cmH 70 100
231 A Victorian ornate silver-plated and brass oil lamp with cut-glass reservoir and opaque glass rose topped light shade with acid etching, 62cmH 100 150
232 A 1960s contemporary nine sided chrome and smoked glass octagonal ceiling light, 60cmDia 100 150
233 A pair of 1920s/1930s fruitwood table lamps, the hexagonal tops on three baluster turned supports, raised on a hexagonal stepped base and bracket feet, 46cmH 50 70
234 An early 20th century oak standard lamp, the shaped turned column with carved acanthus decoration on a circular ring turned base, raised on bun feet, 138cmH 60 80
235 A pair of early 20th brass wall sconces on dolphin wall brackets, 10.5cmH 30 50
236 A 20th century Victorian glass five branch chandelier with cut-glass lustres and swags, 38cmH 60 100
237 An Art Deco beech palm tree-shaped standard lamp on a circular base, 146cmH 15 20
238 A 19th century Dutch-style ceiling rise and fall oil lamp with black painted ornate supports and white glass shade 30 50
239 A modern burgundy and cream ground carpet decorated with flowers and scrolls, approximately 170 cm x 125 cm 10 15
240 A 20th century blue ground Kurdish-style carpet retailed by Harvey Nichols of Knightsbridge, No 68, with label to underside, approximately 314cmL x 152cmW 250 350
241 A 20th century red ground Turkish-style carpet retailed by Harvey Nichols of Knightsbridge, No 829, with label to underside, approximately 220cmL x 138cmW 100 150
242 A 20th century red ground geometrically woven Shirvan-style carpet, approximately 278cmL x 134cmW 250 350
243 A Shirvan-style blue ground woven rug with red, cream and green floral border and central geometric pattern, 154cmL x 104cmW 40 60
244 A cream ground Turkish Hamadan-style rug with red, blue, green and yellow floral design and border of flowers and diamond shapes, 154cmL x 104cmW 40 60
245 A terracotta ground Kelim-style rug with geometric pattern and star pattern border, 147cmL x 96cmW 40 60
246 A red ground Hamadan-style rug with eight-point central pattern, 119cmL x 73cmW 40 60
247 A 19th century Persian blue ground silk rug decorated with roses, buds and leaves with scrolling foliate border, 52cm x 47cm, together with two brown Afghan geometrically woven horse saddle straps, 253cmL x 15cmW and 161cm long x 18cmW 80 120
249 A 20th century red ground Turcoman rug, 155cmL x 79cmW 40 60
250 A 20th century red ground geometrically woven Turkish prayer mat, 190cm x 102cm 60 80
256 Circle of John Brett (1831 – 1902)  Coastal scene Oil on canvas  Signed lower right and dated 1879  29cm x 49cm  housed in gilt frame with gesso detail 150 200
257 20th Century British Cottages by a lake Oil on board  Unsigned  With another painting en verso of figures in a street  Also unsigned 19 cm x 29 cm Housed in gilt gesso frame 20 30
258 Elsie Hall  Still life of fruit  Oil on canvas  Signed lower left and dated 1905 33cm x 51cm  Housed in gilt frame with gesso detail 40 60
259 A 20th century  Abstract  Oil on board  Monogrammed to lower left DGJ 46cm x 67cm Housed in a pine frame 15 25
260 John and Charles Walker, 19th century hand-coloured map of Sussex from the ‘British Atlas’ published by Longman Hurst, Rees & Co, Paternoster Row, framed and glazed, 32cm x 40.5cm 20 30
261 David King Wilson ‘Drovers and Ghost Gums’ Acrylic on board Signed lower right and dated 1990 44cm x 34cm Label to verso 40 60
262 David King Wilson ‘The Seven Sisters’ Oil on board Signed lower right and dated 1990 55cms x 40cms Label to verso Framed 60 100
263 Donald Hamilton Fraser 1929-2009, RA Dancer adjusting her tu-tu Silk screen print Limited edition 166/295 Signed lower right 73cm x 48cm Framed and glazed 300 500
264 Reverend S Shaw ‘View of Elford from the south-east’ Watercolour Signed lower left and dated 1797 25cm x 40cm Framed and glazed 80 100
265 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 Framed and glazed 120 150
266 William Herbert Allen 1863-1943 Harvest scene at sunset Watercolour 24cm x 35cm Signed lower left and dated 1906 Unframed 50 100
267 20th Century British Country village with fields and hills to background Watercolour Indistinctly signed lower right 29cm x 26cm Framed and glazed 15 20
268 Donald Hamilton Frazer 1929-2009, RA ‘Dancer with Sash’, Silk-screen print Limited edition 143/225  Signed in pencil to lower right margin 63cm x 52cm Framed and glazed 150 250
269 After Frederick Walker 1840-1875 Young boy with a dead bird Signed to lower margin  Housed in a gilt frame 20 30
270 Antoine Bouvard (1870-1956, French) ‘The Gondola’  Oil on canvas Signed lower right 49cm x 63cm Framed 4000 6000
271 Legh Mulhall Kilpin 1853-1919 ‘Sorrell’ Unsigned 37cm x 54cm Framed 100 150
272 W H Barrow Huntsman and hounds at Battle Abbey Watercolour 18.5cm x 30cm Signed lower right Housed in a gilt frame 200 250
273 E M Booth Grey horse cantering Oil on canvas Signed lower right 66.5cm x 40cm Unframed 30 50
274 19th century Continental Figures by a lake with castle and hills to background Watercolour 12.5cm x 16cm 20 30
275 D Rivers  Fly fisherman Oil on canvas Signed lower left 30cm x 50cm Housed in ornate gilt frame 80 120
276 19th century Estuary scene with fishing boats, figures, horse and cart to shore and buildings to background Oil on panel Unsigned 21.5cm x 29.5cm Housed in a gilt frame 60 80
277 K Chong (Oriental) Junks with city and mountains to background Oil on canvas Signed 44.5cm x 60cm Housed in a silvered frame 15 25
278 Glynn Thomas (b.1946) ‘Byron’s Pool’ Limited edition print 50/100 Signed lower right 28cm x 20cm Housed in a gilt metal frame 40 60
279 Glynn Thomas (b.1946) ‘St. Just in Roseland’ Limited edition print 54/100 Signed lower right 18.5cm x 30cm Housed in a gilt wood frame 40 50
280 20th Century Jordanian Flowers in a bowl Oil on canvas Signed in Arabic to lower right 64cm x 53cm Unframed Art Gallery label to verso 20 30
281 David Da Costa (20th century Jordanian) Three musicians and instruments Screen print Limited edition 84/120 Signed lower right 45cm x 62cm Framed and glazed Gallery label to verso 30 40
282 Jabbar Salman (b1936, Iraqi) Nomads Oil on canvas Signed lower right and indistinctly dated 36cm x 33cm Framed 100 150
283 Jabbar Salman (b.1936, Iraqi) Nomads walking Oil on canvas Signed lower left and indistinctly dated 33.5cm x 42.5cm Framed 100 200
284 20th Century Continental Street scene with figures Oil on canvas Unsigned 30cm x 41cm Framed 15 25
285 Oscar Droege (1898-1982, German) ‘Oaks’ Original woodcut in colour Signed and dated lower margin in pencil 36cm x 24cm Framed 50 70
286 20th century British Country house with vintage car to foreground and tree-lined background Watercolour Unsigned Housed in an oak frame 15 20
287 C Beyer Still life of apples, grapes, pears and plums Oil on board Signed and dated lower right 1908 21.5cm x 28.5cm Housed in a gilt frame 50 80
288 19th century British Victorian lady in mourning dress with lace bonnet, holding a book Oil on canvas Unsigned 65cm x 51cm Housed in a gilt frame 80 120
289 A George I small hand-coloured map of Cornwall, ‘The Road from Exeter to Truro in Cornwall’, 18.5cm x 12cm, framed and glazed 25 35
290 ‘Tex’ Sketch of a gentleman Ink, pencil and crayon Signed Framed and glazed 25 35
291 Evelyn Chester (1875-1925) Still life Oil on board Housed in a gilt wood frame 40 50
292 A large 19th century linen-backed map of Ireland entitled: ‘Ireland, Civil and Ecclesiastical’ by the Rev. Daniel Augustus Beaufort L.L.D. Member of the Royal Irish Academy, London’, published by Js Wyld (successor to Mr Faden), cartographer to the Queen, Charing Cross East, 1838, 110cm x 92cm, mounted on a blind fitting 60 80
293 Y W Lau, Landscape of a man in a punt Oil on canvas Signed (Hong Kong Chinese) 39.5cm x 50cm 30 40
294 Figures in a mid-Eastern street scene Oil on canvas Signed 49cm x 24cm 40 50
295 Pat Tucker ATD (Bromley artist and teacher) A street in Chelsea, London with figures and a ‘Bally’ shoe shop Signed 21cm x 30cm 20 30
296 Brian Reall (photographer and member of The Admiralty Camera Club) ‘Harvesting’  Watercolour Signed and dated 1949  21cm x 32cm 20 30
297 * Lawrence  (20th century British) Sailing boats near shoreline Oil on canvas Signed lower right 29cm x 39cm Framed 30 40
298 Hermann Pikull (20th century, German) Three mast ship in full sail Oil on canvas Signed lower right and dated 1959 to verso 49cm x 59cm Framed and glazed 100 120
299 After Shiko Munakata (1903-1975, Japanese) Nude female with flowers Photographic lithograph 38cm x 28cm Framed and glazed 80 120
300 Frederick Landseer Griggs (1876-1938) ‘Newark’ Watercolour Signed lower left 22cm x 29cm 80 120
301 D Thorneycroft-Grinyer (20th century British) ‘Lismore Lighthouse’ Watercolour Signed lower right and dated 1975 30cm x 47cm Label to verso Framed and glazed 50 60
302 Douglas (20th century, British) Pair of seascapes Oil on canvas Each signed lower right and dated ’91 34cm x 45cm One with inscription to verso Framed 50 80
303 Margaret Theyre (1897-1977) ‘Pensive Tabby Cat’ Watercolour and gouache Unsigned 49cm x 38cm Framed and glazed Details to verso 100 120
304 Leslie Kent R.B.A. (1890-1980) ‘Hope’s Nose from near Teignmouth, Devon’ Oil on board Signed lower right 24cm x 34cm Details to verso Framed 200 250
305 Early 20th century Village scene with river, fishermen and bridge to background Watercolour Unsigned 17cm x 24.5cm Housed in an oak frame 10 20
306 E. Belda (20th century Continental) Waterside villa with boat and cliffs to background Oil on canvas 16.5cm x 21.5cm Unsigned Housed in a mahogany frame NB: Plaque bearing name E Belda 15 25
307 Hans Gabali (20th century American) Ships in full sail Three miniature oil on boards Each signed 18cm x 13cm 7.5cm x 10cm 7.5cm x 10cm Each with miniature easel 100 200
308 M Crouse Bodiam Castle Watercolour Signed lower left Framed and glazed NB: Title incorrectly written as Bodian 40 60
309 ‘The Exchange’ and ‘The Horse Guards’ Etchings Indistinctly signed lower right 20cm x 13cm and 18cm x 12cm Housed in gilt frames 10 20
310 R. Margetts ‘Boats at Medley’  Watercolour Signed lower right with label to verso 38cm x 55cm Housed in a white painted frame 20 30
311 M Oliver Rae, ‘Exeter College, Oxford’,  Etching, Signed,  14cm x 18.5cm Framed and glazed 10 15
312 Terry McKivragan, (20th Century British) ‘Henley Regatta’ Limited edition print 190/850 Signed, 16cm x 39cm Framed and glazed  together with D C Coull City street scene with figures Signed and dated 1960 22cm x 34cm Framed and glazed (2 items) 15 25
313 R. Styles ‘Tranquility, Sissinghurst ‘  Oil on board Signed lower right and inscribed to back of frame 40cm x 49.5cm 30 50
314 Monica Barry ‘Crummock Water’ Watercolour Signed lower right, titled and dated October to lower margin 37cm x 53cm 30 50
315 Early 20th century Still life oil of fruit, berries and grapes in and around a silver tazza Oil on canvas Monogrammed D.M.C. and dated 1908 to lower right 44cm x 29cm 40 60
316 Catherine Wiles Poppy fields with trees and cottage to background Watercolour Signed lower left  26cm x 37cm 40 60
317 C.B.Summers ‘Military Canal at Appledore ‘ Watercolour, Monogrammed lower left with artist label to verso 24cm x 34cm 50 60
318 A Lankin Still life of roses and vase Oil on canvas Signed lower right and housed in a gilt frame 24cm x 19cm 10 20
319 ‘Italia newly augmented by J Speede and are to bee sold in Pops-head aley by George Humble, 1626’, hand-coloured map, the border with vignettes orf Italian cities and Italian characters to the border, 39cm x 52cm, framed and glazed 600 700
320 20th century School master in full robes with classical building to distance Oil on canvas Housed in a gilt frame 40 60
321 20th century 18th century military officer in full uniform, Oil on canvas  Unsigned Housed in an ornate gilt frame 80 120
322 Boats in an estuary Pastel Indistinctly signed lower right 44cm x 62.5cm 20 30
323 H C Wilcock Two pictures, one depicting a thatched cottage with figures, the other a tree-lined lane with figures, Watercolours Both signed  lower right 15 25
324 An early 20th century Possibly Portsmouth harbour with sailing ships and buildings to background Engraving 20 30
325 Barratt ‘At Gruot Dracknstein’ Oil onboard Signed and dated 1959 to lower right  46cm x 78cm 80 120
326 20th century Galleon on rough seas Oil on canvas Indistinctly signed lower right Housed in a gilt frame 30 40
327 Barton Huntsmen around a table Oil on canvas Signed lower left  Housed in a gilt frame 50 60
328 Early 20th century Figure walking on a pathway with windmill to background Watercolour Unsigned 22cm x 28cm Housed in a gilt frame 10 20
329 Henry Matthew Brock (1875-1960) ‘Willows’  Watercolour Signed and dated October 1905 30 50
330 V. Lines ‘ The Oldest House in Kent, near Folkestone’ Oil on canvas Signed, titled and dated 1923 Framed 50 100
331 Sylvia P Gainsford (20th century, British) Pair of illustrations of a rabbit and a mouse Pencil and watercolour Each signed lower left 19cm x 11cm Framed and glazed NB: Sylvia Gainsford is a book and greeting’s card illustrator 80 100
332 Antonio Nappo (20th century Italian) Circular illustration of cherubs harvesting grapes Gouache Signed ‘Pompeii – A Nappo 13cm diameter Unframed 20 30
333 T.K.Green (Continental) Figure in courtyard Watercolour Signed lower left 35cm x 25cm Housed in a gilt frame 20 30
334 19th century British Epsom Races from Leaving Home, The Start and Retiring Home Newspaper plates One with newspaper stamp lower left, originally drawn by C.Guys and J. Gilbert and engraved by Orrin Smith & W.J.Linton, 37cm x 26cm 20 30
335 19th century British Hunting interest  ‘Coming In At The Death’ Hand-coloured engraving Published 8th April 1800, by H. Humphrey, No 27 St James’ Street, London 30 40
336 A. Jackson (19th century British) Two pictures depicting a pair of working horses in harness Oil on canvas Signed lower right 29cm x 40cm Housed in ornate gilt frames 50 100
337 Chickens and ducks  Oil on board 14cm x 18cm Housed in an ornate gilt frame 50 80
338 Gerard Geyomand ‘Paul Albert Monas at Work’  Oil on canvas  Details en verso 59cm x 49cm Housed in a gilt frame 80 120
339 Ernest Pierce ‘Across the Bay’ Dry paint etching Signed lower right 44.5cm x 29cm 20 30
340 19th century British Religious scene  Oval woolwork and painted silk panel 34cm x 42cm With eglemise mount and housed in a gilt frame 20 30
341 D Edmonds River running through countryside under cloudy skies, mountains to the background, trees and fence to the foreground Watercolour signed lower right and dated ’99 36cm x 51cm 15 20
342 Jane Honner ‘Hokula Farm’ Pencil and pen  21cm x 28.5cm Signed lower right and dated 1988 15 20
343 20th century ‘Sunset over Loch Linnhe, Scotland’ Watercolour Indistinctly signed lower right 23cm x 33cm Housed in a mahogany gilt frame 15 20
344 D Edmonds River scene with trees and mountains to background watercolour Signed lower left 26cm x 36.5cm Housed in a painted pine frame, 15 20
345 Wolfgang Tumpel (German designer) Kunstgewebe museum poster Dated 22 September 1978-7th January 1979 82cm x 58cm 40 60
346 Georg Baselitz (German artist) Stadt Museum poster Dated 25 June – 8 August 1976 82cm x 58cm 40 60
347 A 1978 ‘Sahara’ German film poster 82cm x 58cm 40 60
348 Shaw ‘Pandora’s Box’ Oil on canvas Signed with inscription to verso and dated 1984-86 71cm x 71cm Unframed 30 50
349 Tsutaya Ryuko (1889-1933, Japanese) A Japanese male with tea bowl Gouache Signed lower right 48cm x 32cm 400 500
350 Robert Taylor ‘Spitfire’ signed Douglas Bader and Johnny Johnson First edition print 100 120
351 Robert Taylor ‘Hurricane’, signed Bob Stanford-Tuck First edition print, 80 100
352 Alfred Seifert (1850-1901) A 19th century crystoleum of a young female with floral garland in hair Signed and dated ’97 25cm x 20cm Housed in a gilt frame 120 150
353 Louis Van Staaten (Dutch 1836-1909) Dutch canal scene with barge, and church and windmill to  background Watercolour Signed lower left 65cm x 30cm Housed in an ornate gilt frame 300 400
354 Early 20th century (English school) ‘The Piping Shepherd’ Oil on canvas Unsigned 30 50
355 John Falconer Slater (British,1857-1937) Landscape with cottage to background  Oil on canvas Signed lower left 77cm x 46cm Unframed 300 500
356 Beryl Antonia Yeoman (Australian, 1907-1970) Pen and ink cartoon Captioned ‘ It’s all happened since Callaghan raised the income tax and the retirement pensions’ Signed lower left Housed in an ebonised framed  NB: She was a prolific cartoonist for ‘Punch’ magazine known as ‘Anton’ 100 150
357 Philton Latortue (b.1944, Haitian) A fantasy painting of lions at their wedding breakfast table Acrylic on board Signed 34cm x 44cm 200 250
358 Michael Valestin (b.1962, Haitian) A study of a hen Acrylic on canvas Signed 39.5cm x 49.5cm 200 250
359 Jacques Valmidor (b1955, Haitian) Figures, animals and mythical creatures in a lush landscape, Acrylic on canvas 61cm x 51cm 150 200
360 Jacques Valmidor (b1955, Haitian) Townsfolk with houses and river in distance Acrylic on canvas Signed 51cm x 61cm 150 200
361 After John Sell Cotman (1782-1842) ‘Howden Church’ Original etching from the Bohn Edition 1838 published Norwich Feb 5, 1811 Framed, glazed and mounted 30 40
362 Gillian Tapsell ‘Cranbrook Railway Station’ Oil on canvas Signed 80 120
363 S Message (20th century, British) Plover Watercolour Signed and dated ’01 100 200
364 A Y Gross (20th century) ‘Vignes’ Limited edition etching 3/4 Signed and titled lower margin 26cm x 34cm Framed and glazed 20 30
365 Hamish Fletcher ‘Segovia’ Watercolour Signed, titled and dated 1921 lower right 22cm x 23.5cm Framed and glazed 40 60
366 20th century British Snow scene Woodblock 315cm x 28.5cm Framed and glazed 10 20
367 After Lionel Edwards ‘The Flint & Denbigh Vale of Clwyd’ Photographic print Signed in pencil to lower left margin with Fine Art Trade Guild stamp 33.5cm x 49cm Framed and glazed 30 50
368 J. Hoffmann A miniature portrait of a young gentleman with cravat Oil on copper Signed and dated 1800 5cmDia 80 120
369 Richard T Hutchins (20th century) ‘River Rother at Rye’ Watercolour Signed lower right, label to verso 18cm x 25.5cm 30 40
370 A 19th century Rye swing bridge on the South Eastern Railway together with an engraving of Ipres Tower, the Prison at Rye, hand-coloured engraving published 14th May, 1785, S. Hooper, 16cm x 25cm and 15cm x 25cm 30 50
371 John Ryan (Scottish 1921-2009) Reply letter on headed paper discussing a proposed character, Colonel Rottweiller with illustrations Signed and dated 26th Nov, 1989 29.5cm x 20.5cm Framed and glazed  NB: John Ryan was the illustrator of Captain Pugwash whilst living in Rye, 100 150
372 19th century 18th century couple A pair of hand-painted portrait silhouettes 10.5cm x 8.5cm Housed in oval brass and ebonised frames, one with oak leaf and acorn hanging mount, 60 80
373 Louis Neville (Act 1887-1914) Tug boats Watercolour Signed lower right 7.5cm x 22.5cm Framed and glazed 50 70
374 Lennard Lewis (1826-1913) Continental harbour scene Watercolour Signed lower left and dated ’98 24cm x 53cm Framed and glazed 100 150
375 Louis Neville (Act 1887-1914) Boats in port Watercolour Signed lower right and dated 1911 30cm x 59cm Framed and glazed 80 120
376 Louis Neville (Act 1887-1914) Sailing boat in a storm Watercolour Signed lower right and dated 1892 26cm x 44.5cm Framed and glazed 50 70
377 Early 20th century Italian lakeside scene with colonnade and market stalls Watercolour Unsigned 16.5cm x 24cm Framed and glazed 40 60
378 Louis Neville (Act 1887-1914) ‘Harwich’ and ‘Parkstone’ Pair of watercolours Each signed lower right and dated 1903 and 1908 16cm x 35cm Framed and glazed 150 200
379 19th century British ‘Near Winchester’ Oil on board 19cm x 25cm 40 60
380 19th century British River scene with sailing boats, bridge, castle and church in the distance Unsigned 9cm x 19.5cm Framed and glazed 20 30
381 Andrea Biendetti (1851-1946) Venetian canal scene Watercolour Signed lower left 15cm x 25cm Framed 40 60
382 Louis Neville (Act 1887-1914) ‘Dartmouth’ Watercolour Signed lower right and dated 1914 16cm x 34.5cm Framed 70 90
383 Louis Neville (Act 1887-1914) Three mast sailing boat with steam ship in the distance Watercolour Signed lower right and dated 1888 19cm x 35cm Framed and glazed 70 90
384 Louis Neville (Act 1887-1914) Two mast sailing boat Watercolour Signed lower right and dated 1903 17.5cm x 26cm Framed and glazed 60 80
385 Enrico Ursella (Italian 1887-1955) Oil on panel Figures harvesting hay with trees and hills to background Signed to lower right with pencil inscription to verso 29cm x 39cm 300 500
386 Enrico Ursella (Italian 1887-1955) Oil on panel Portrait of a female with head scarf Signed to lower right 39cm x  29cm 200 300
387 18th century British School Oval portrait of a gentleman Oil on board-backed canvas Unsigned 25cm x 20cm Housed in gilt framed 150 200
395 A pair of 20th century cast bronzed standing male and female greyhounds, 29cmH x 35cmL 70 100
396 A pair of small 20th century terracotta heads of Buddha 20 30
397 A 20th century terracotta head of Buddha 15 25
398 A pair of 1930s chromium-plated figures of female nudes holding aloft baskets of flowers, signed to bases, ‘Limousin’, mounted on alabaster plinths, one a/f 20 30
399 A late 19th/early 20th century bronze figure of a kneeling cherub holding a captured duck with fleece over one knee next to stylized reeds, mounted on a later circular mahogany base, 23cmH 250 300
400 A green painted Art Deco plaster figure of a semi-nude female archer with greyhound, bow lacking,the plinth base possibly signed Ecot Delvin,approximately 27cmH x 65cmL 50 80
401 A small 20th century bronze of a classical nude male on circular plinth, 13cmH 50 60
402 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 cmH x 40 cmW x 16 cmD 150 250
403 A 19th century wooden-bound brass four drawer telescope, with sliding lens covers, inscribed ‘Hayward, London, Day and Night’, approximately 92cm long when extended 80 120
404 A late 19th century brass-cased mantel clock by A.D.Mougin, with three-quarter galleried top over a hand-painted and enamel dial with Arabic numerals, decorated with 18th century huntsmen and dogs within trees, flanked by four corintheum column supports and raised on an acanthus moulded base and bracket feet, 32cmH 400 500
405 A Victorian mahogany-cased station clock with fusee movement, stamped R.H.L. & Co, the circular dial with Roman numerals and brass bezel 120 180
406 A Victorian walnut-cased regulator-style wall clock, the moulded cornice over a circular 17cm enamel and brass dial with Roman numerals and inner subsidiary dial flanked by ebonised turned pilasters, terminating in urn-shaped finial, 96cmH 100 150
407 A 19th century oak-cased mercury ‘Royal Polytechnic’ barometer by Joseph Davis & Co with 24cm circular register with various meteorological predictions indicated by brass pointers, above a glazed rectangular body section housing Centigrade and Fahrenheit thermometers, with Admiral Fitzroy’s special remarks above, 104cmH 300 500
408 A late 19th century French brass carriage timepiece, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and marked Thurlow, Paris, flanked by four fluted columns surmounted with turned finial and reeded handle, enclosed by five bevelled glass viewing panels and a blind fretwork frieze, complete with velvet-lined travelling case 16cmH 80 120
409 A mid-20th century brass carriage timepiece, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, enclosed by four bevelled glass viewing panels, 11cmH 60 100
410 A 19th century walnut-cased drop dial wall clock, the circular enamel dial with Roman numerals, powered by a single fusee movement, marked E.D.W. d Funnell, Brighton above a shaped glass aperture, flanked by carved scrolling supports, 50cmH x 36cm DIA 130 150
411 An Art Deco Walther & Sohne blue glass clock garniture, the painted dial with Roman numerals and pierced hands, flanked by two kneeling females, on an octagonal shaped base, together with a pair of octagonal flared rim conical vases on circular bases 30 50
412 An Edwardian oak-cased barometer, the foliate carved pediment above an enamel and brass mercury thermometer, flanked by octagonal tapering columns above a 12cm circular enamel register with brass pointer, 77cmH 50 70
413 A Victorian red marble and slate architectural mantel clock , the enamel and brass Greek key decorated dial with Roman numerals, with French movement, flanked by fluted columns above a stepped incised base with marble butterfly inlay, 36cm 80 120
414 An early 19th century walnut-cased stick barometer, the stepped pediment top with ivory register signed ‘Rose Ramsgate’ over a concealed mercury tube and ivory adjuster, 93cmH 300 500
415 An early 20th century Thornton Pickard ‘Special Ruby’ plate camera, lacking lens, with associated plates 20 30
416 A Victorian walnut-cased chiming bracket clock, the arched pediment above a circular enamel and brass dial with Roman numerals, marked J Prior, Hastings, with German movement, surrounded by applied embossed brass foliage, flanked by fluted pilasters above a carved panel and plinth base and block feet, 39cmH 150 200
417 A Victorian mahogany-cased chain-driven American shelf clock, the moulded cornice above a square enamel dial with Roman numerals and printed floral decoration, the movement stamped ‘Forestville M.F.G. Co, Bristol CT, USA’ and door transfer printed with lion mask and floral glass panel, flanked by turned pilasters above a frosted glass panel door and shaped supports, 82cmH 100 150
418 A 1930s Short & Mason oak-cased ‘Stormoguide’ barometer, the painted metal dial with rising/falling aperture, inscribed ‘F.W.Sturt, Scientific Optician, 30, The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells. Made by Short & Mason, Made in England, Copyright 1930’.  To verso an F W Sturt advertising label and handwritten note reading: ” Sturt William Frederick, The Pantiles, building demolished in 1938, shop was a Chemist shop used by Mr W Maddock & a Mr Atterton, then Maddock and Harrow, stood next to Cadena cafe and clock”, 60cmH x 61cmW x 7.5cmD 300 400
419 A 1930s/1940s oak iron-cased clocking in/out clock, the silvered dial with Roman numerals and brass hands, marked ‘British Time Recorder Co Ltd 149 Farringdon Road, London E.C.’ above a brass date aperture, 89cmH x 33.5cmW x 28cmD 100 120
420 A 1930s mahogany-cased eight day chiming wall clock, the silvered dial with Roman numerals over a bevelled glass pendulum aperture with applied acanthus decoration, 67cmH 60 100
421 A 19th century mahogany and boxwood strung banjo barometer, having broken swan neck pediment with urn finial over four silvered gauges, convex mirror and ivory re-adjuster, the brass bezel to central gauge inscribed ‘Fox Hunter’s Steeplechase, Aintree, 24 March 1934,  E.C.P. from A.F.F.N.’ and marked to balance gauge L. Caminada, Manchester, 96cmH 150 250
422 A 19th century walnut-cased chain-driven bracket clock, the silvered dial with Roman numerals, flanked by applied brass scrolling masks surmounted by a silvered boss marked Mark Leo Hudson, Cuckfield, 47cmH 60 80
423 A 19th century walnut eight day striking longcase clock, the hood with scrolling pediment with circular bezel flanked by motifs, the circular brass dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial engraved ‘James P Parker, Launceston’, the panel door trunk with canted sides and applied scrolling foliage and plinth base, 208cmH 400 600
424 A 19th century oak longcase 30-hour clock, the hood with moulded cornice and plain frieze, with pillared pin-hinged door revealing a brass dial with Roman numeral marked J. Hedge, Colchester engraved with stylized flowers and leaves, the walnut cross-banded and inlaid case raised on bracket feet,197cmH 300 400
425 A late 19th century circular walnut-cased chain-driven striking wall clock with 22cm enamelled dial with Roman numerals complete with bracket 100 150
426 A 19th century marble and slate architectural mantel clock, the brass and enamel dial with Roman numerals, flanked by shaped orange marble pilasters above a plinth base, 37cmH 80 120
427 An Edwardian inlaid walnut cased mantel clock, the dome top over a circular 13cm enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, raised on a plinth base and brass bun feet, lacking pendulum 80 120
428 A pair of early ‘Dollond of London’ black lacquered leather-bound binoculars and case 40 50
429 A 19th century Dolland of London ‘Day & Night’ four drawer wooden-bound brass marine telescope 40 60
430 A mid-20th century RAF A.M. Bubble Sextant Mark IXA, complete with case and accessories 80 100
431 A set of early 20th century brass apothecary scales by Beckers Son of Rotterdam, housed in a mahogany case with glazed sliding front panel above an adjusting knob and single drawer containing various weights and accessories 40 60
432 A Rej Beck compound achromatic microscope with lacquered brass lenses and fittings with brushed steel body, the wooden case with table of linear magnifying powers to interior 30 40
434 A 19th century ivory games box with black penned armorial with Latin inscription ‘Sola Etunica Virtus’, ( Bravery Alone is Invincible) with floral borders, 19cmW x 14cmD x 6.25cmL, containing red-stained and ivory white backgammon counters 200 300
435 A 19th century Continental circular painted tortoiseshell lidded box, penned with a portrait of a Royal couple with laurel leaf surround to the circular lid, the base decorated with a soldier seated on a drum with cannon and flags behind, 7.5cm dia 50 80
436 A late 18th/early 19th century Lignum-Vitae string box of cylindrical form with circular stepped lid, surmounted with a finial cutter, approximately 19cmH x 13cmDia 80 120
437 A 19th century boxwood strung burr walnut oval-shaped tea caddy, 11.5cmH x 15cmW x 8.5cmD 80 100
438 A 19th century mother of pearl inlaid jewellery box, the interior fitted with single tray with purple silk-cushioned compartments and storage 12cmH x 30cmW x 22.5cmD 60 100
439 An Edwardian brass-bound burr walnut writing slope, the lid with brass shield plaque opening to reveal a tooled leather-insert two inkwell compartment, pen tray and stamp holder 14cmH x 35cmW  x 24cm D 60 100
440 A 19th century brass inlaid lignum vitae writing slope, the lid with brass plaque inscribed  ‘Presented To The Rev’d Attwood by The Teachers and Scholars of Blackford School Xmas 1895’  opening to reveal a black tooled leather slope, two inkwells, pen tray and stamp box 16cmH x 35cmW x 24cmD 80 120
441 A late Georgian/early Victorian spice tin of cylindrical form with domed lid and swing handle enclosing six spice bays with central grater,11cm x 18cmDia, 40 60
442 A 19th century sarcophagus-shaped mahogany tea caddy with painted paper lining, the two compartments having pearlised pin-head knobs, with unrelated glass mixing centre bowl, 16cmH x 29.5cmW x 14.5cmD 50 70
443 A late 19th century rosewood writing slope, the interior fitted with pen tray, stamp holder and two inkwell compartments, the exterior with single side drawer and brass swing handles, 15.5cmH x 46cmW x 25cmD 60 100
444 A 19th century pine iron-bound glove box, with hinged front panel, 7cmH x 25.5cmW x 10cmD 20 40
445 A 19th century jewellery box decorated with a seated female at the river’s edge 50 60
446 A Regency rosewood box-strung tea caddy of sarcophagus form, with ornate pressed brass ring handles, the interior fitted with two hinged caddies, lacking glass mixing bowl, 16cmH x 31cmW x 16cmD 40 60
447 A small square hand-painted Russian lacquered box, decorated with an Asiatic pheasant and signed to the base, 3cm wide, a circular ruby-flashed and wheel-engraved lidded glass box decorated with a stag, 8.5cm dia, a heart-shaped porcelain enamel decorated box with brass mounts and hinged lid, 6cm long and a circular cinnabar lidded box, 6cm dia (4 items) 50 70
448 A black lacquered and abalone inlaid rectangular lidded box, the hinged lid decorated with birds amongst foliage, the sides inlaid with flowers, 26cmH x 37.5cmW x 9cmD 50 80
449 A Victoria 1894 half sovereign 100 150
450 A George V 1911 sovereign, 1911, 8g, 0.26ozt 140 180
451 A 1925 Dutch gold 10 gilder coin, 6.8g 120 160
452 A 1935 Swiss gold 20 franc ‘Helvetia’ coin, housed in removable 9 carat gold pendant mount, 11.5g 150 180
453 An 18 carat 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 100 150
454 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 800 1200
455 A yellow and white metal rolled curb link diamond set chain, stamped ‘585’, 80cm long, 50g 500 800
456 A 9 carat gold onyx set fob in the form of an eagle on a branch, 8.9g gross suspended from a rose gold gate link chain, 9.9g 150 200
457 A Victorian gold citrine set brooch, the large emerald cut citrine claw set within open scroll surround, unmarked, 4.5cm x 4cm 100 150
458 A Victorian hollow gold bird brooch set with two mixed cut rubies, the stamped and chased brooch depicting a bird on it’s nest amongst blossom, unmarked, 3.25cm x 2.25cm, 4.1g 100 150
459 A Victorian gold and banded agate bracelet, the six various agate cabochon cut stones in individual settings joined to one another by two rows of fine belcher link chain, 12.2g gross 100 150
460 A late Victorian/Edwardian gold and seed pearl necklace, another similar necklace, 10.9g gross, a Victorian carved hardstone cameo oval pendant, an agate brooch and a single earring 100 150
461 Assorted 9 carat gold items comprised of three bangles, a Maltese cross pendant, a wedding band, a fine chain and a watch strap, combined weight 34.7g and a 9 carat gold cased lady’s Omega watch, Birmingham 1932 250 350
462 A collection of Victorian and later jewellery, costume jewellery and trinkets including gold, silver, ivory, paste, coral, rock crystal, enamelled and mourning jewellery, housed in a small leather jewellery box and an olive wood jewellery box 80 120
463 A Norwegian silver and enamel necklace by Karl Rasmussen and two pairs of silver and enamel clip-on earrings by David Anderson 50 80
464 A 20th century amber bracelet comprised of thirteen rectangular beads threaded on elastic and a three leaf brooch 20 30
465 A Victorian circular gold amethyst and seed pearl brooch, a 9 carat gold amethyst set bar brooch, boxed, a Victorian half seed pearl set star pendant brooch, boxed and a 9 carat gold gem set crescent brooch, boxed (4 items) 100 150
466 An 18 carat gold ring set with a small old cut diamond in gypsy setting, London 1901, 3.3g, boxed, a Victorian shell cameo ring and two other 9 carat gold gem set rings, combined weight 7.6g gross, all boxed 80 100
467 A late Victorian/Edwardian sapphire and diamond triple cluster ring, the three oval mixed cut sapphires with eight diamond cut surround, all claw set with carved shoulders, marks rubbed, shank re-sized, 3.6g, boxed 250 350
468 A long Victorian string of graduated ivory beads and a smaller string of ivory beads, a Victorian carved ivory rose choker pendant and a string of graduated bone beads (4 items) 50 80
469 A pair of 9 carat gold foxes head cuff links with ruby eyes, two other pairs of 9 carat gold cuff links and a tie clip, 16.5g 80 120
470 A sapphire and diamond oval flower head cluster ring, the dark oval mixed cut sapphire within eight round brilliant cut diamond surround, the shank stamped ’18CT’, gross weight approximately 0.32 carats, 3.6g gross 100 200
471 An early 20th century 18 carat gold opal and diamond three stone ring, the heart-shaped opal claw set between two old cut diamonds, each approximately 0.06 carats, 3.3g gross, boxed 150 200
472 An 18 carat gold ruby and diamond three stone ring, the oval mixed cut ruby in four claw setting flanked by two brilliant cut diamonds, Sheffield 2007, 3.1g gross, boxed 150 200
473 An 18 carat white gold cross pendant and one other 18 carat gold pendant set with aquamarines, sapphires, diamonds and amethysts, 25mm and 28mm long, 3.8g gross 60 80
474 A 9 carat gold Victorian style amethyst and half seed pearl flower head drop pendant, London 1999, 3.5cm long, 2.5g gross 40 60
475 An 18 carat gold and platinum diamond solitaire ring, the round brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.75 carats, claw set within rose cut diamond set shoulders, the shank with inscription dated 1938, 2.5g gross 500 800
476 A collection of six micro-mosaic brooches and a pair o clip-on earrings and other jewellery including a 9 carat gold mounted oval shell cameo brooch, silver items and a mother of pearl brooch 40 60
477 A large turquoise set silver and brass inlaid bangle with rope twist and beaded decoration, 10.5cm long. 46 60
478 A Victorian gold hinged locket with engine turned design on rose gold chain, 46cm long, 13.7g gross 100 150
479 An Egyptian yellow metal pendant and chain and other gold items, 9.2g gross 80 100
480 A pair of yellow metal cuff links with engraved heart decoration and interwoven initials, stamped ’10K’, 6.9g, boxed 50 70
481 A modern 9 carat gold multi-gem bracelet set with oval mixed cut garnets, peridots, amethysts, citrines and aquamarines, boxed 80 120
482 A string of individually knotted clarified amber pebble beads, 80cm long and another similar string, 65cm long 20 30
483 A Victorian silver and silver gilt mounted clear and red paste set cross pendant, 6cm long 30 40
484 A quantity of assorted Victorian and later jewellery, costume jewellery and buckles including a dress stud set, jet brooches, paste and marcasite items and two silver propelling pencils 40 60
485 A 9 carat gold wedding band, Birmingham 1900, 3.3g 25 35
486 A Victorian glass beaded necklace with novelty glass beads in the form of fruit, boxed 10 15
487 A 22 carat gold wedding band, 3.5g, in vintage box, an aquamarine set cross pendant on chain stamped ‘375’, a 9 carat gold garnet three stone ring, a 9 carat gold diamond single stone illusion set ring, a 9 carat garnet single stone ring and a 9 carat gold garnet and aquamarine three stone ring, combined weight, 11.4g 80 120
488 Assorted 9 carat gold and yellow metal jewellery stamped ‘375’ including earrings, necklaces, a hinged bangle and other items, 92.2g gross 650 750
489 Eight assorted 9 carat gold and yellow metal gem set rings, 21.6g gross 100 150
490 A 9 carat gold curb link bracelet with 14 charms, with heart-shaped padlock clasp and an additional clasp, 70.4g gross 550 600
491 A 22 carat gold wedding band, Birmingham 1958 and one other 22 carat gold wedding band, 8.4g gross 160 180
492 A Victorian garnet and emerald ring, the three oval cut graduated garnets interspersed with four small rectangular cut emeralds with pierced scrolling shoulder and chased shank, 1.9g 100 200
493 A pre-WW1 silver threepence coin bracelet, a hinged silver bangle, an oval carved shell cameo pendant and other silver items and coins 20 30
494 An early 20th century silver Scottish ‘pebble’ agate flower head cloak brooch, the central orange paste ‘Cairngorm’ claw set within six bloodstone and red agate stones with chased decoration 60 80
495 A Victorian 18 carat gold graduated half pearl five stone ring with diamond points and pierced and carved shoulders, 3.6g gross 120 150
496 An early 20th century diamond crossover ring, the eight round brilliant cut diamonds set on two parallel lines of four, gross weight approximately 0.70 carats, the head of the ring set in white with yellow shank, 3.1g gross, boxed 220 250
497 A Victorian 9 carat gold mourning ring with woven hair panels inscribed with initials ‘C.C’ bearing inscription to the inside of the shank: ‘Avis Cooper, died May 18th 1879 aged 44 years’, Birmingham 1879, 3g gross 120 140
498 A peridot and diamond flower head cluster ring, the round mixed cut peridot four claw set within eight small round brilliant cut diamond surround in rub over setting, stamped ‘750’, gross weight approximately 0.40 carats, 3.3g gross, boxed 220 250
499 A long Victorian string of coral beads with 9 carat gold clasp, 105.5 cm long 150 200
500 A Victorian 9 carat gold citrine and half seed pearl heart-shaped double cluster bar brooch with crown surmount, stamped, boxed 150 200
501 A 9 carat gold Victorian style carved half hoop garnet and diamond ring, the three round mixed cut garnets interspersed by four small round brilliant cut diamonds, London 1981, 2.7g 100 150
502 A late Victorian 9 carat gold opal five stone ring, the round graduated opal cabochons rub over set, 2.6g gross 100 150
503 A yellow metal sapphire and diamond ring, the oval mix cut sapphire four claw set, flanked by twelve small round brilliant cut diamonds in channel setting stamped ‘750’, 2.5g gross 180 220
504 An 18 carat white gold diamond and rock crystal drop pendant, the tear-drop rock crystal surmounted by a round brilliant cut diamond, approximately 0.15 carats in rub over setting, on a fine 18 carat white gold chain 300 400
505 An 18 carat gold diamond circular cluster ring, the central round brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.15 carats, surrounded by two bands of 20 eight-cut diamonds, combined weight approximately 0.20 carats, London, 1966 300 400
506 A pair of diamond stud earrings, the round brilliant cut diamonds each approximately 0.22 carats, housed in four claw setting, the butterfly-screw backs stamped ‘750’ 420 460
507 A modern 18 carat white gold diamond and aquamarine ring, the oval mix cut aquamarine in four claw setting with diamond baguette  set shoulders, 2.6g gross 500 550
508 A modern 18 carat gold diamond three stone cross-over ring, the three graduated round brilliant cut diamonds approximately 0.13, 0.22 and 0.13 carats in claw setting, the inside of the shank stamped ‘DIA. 0.50’, 3.6g gross 500 550
509 A modern 18 carat white gold emerald and diamond ring, the emerald cut diamond in four claw setting with diamond baguette set shoulders, 2.9g gross 800 850
510 A modern 18 carat white gold ruby and diamond ring, the round mixed cut ruby in four claw setting with tapered baguette cut diamond set shoulders, each approximately 0.15 carats, 3.3g 850 950
511 A modern 18 carat white gold sapphire and diamond ring, the oval mixed cut sapphire in four claw setting with diamond baguette set shoulders, 2.6g gross 850 950
512 A diamond daisy head cluster ring, the central round brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.45 carats, with eight round brilliant cut diamond surround, each approximately 0.18 carats, all in rub over settings with pierced gallery, stamped ’18CT’, 3.7g, boxed 850 950
513 A pair of modern diamond stud earrings, the round brilliant cut stones each approximately 0.75 carats, in rub over setting with screw backs, boxed 1500 1800
514 An 18 carat gold diamond solitaire ring, the round brilliant cut stone 1.28 carats in claw setting, Sheffield 1898, 3.7g gross 1800 2000
515 A large carnelian gentleman’s signet ring, the intaglio carved stone depicting a crown above a shield containing scrolling initials with floral swags, birds and scrolls, in yellow unmarked metal setting, housed in a fitted gilt tooled leather box 650 750
516 A large 18 carat gold oval sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the central oval mixed cut sapphire claw set within twelve round brilliant cut diamond surround, gross weight approximately 0.60 carats, London 1972, 5.4g gross 700 900
517 A late Victorian diamond brooch in the form of a stylized flower head set with a central rose cut diamond, 6mm diameter, surrounded by eight rose cut diamonds set within a swirling open work design with rose-cut diamond set border, all set in silver with gold back, housed in fitted box, 28cm diameter 700 900
518 A diamond drop pendant, set with seven small eight-cut diamonds with central marquise-cut diamond drop, 2cm long on fine white metal chain, all unmarked, combined weight 2.6g 200 300
519 An early 20th century graduated amber bead necklace, 53cm long, 39.8g gross 100 150
523 A set of six Ashanti silver-coloured metal cast models of tribal musicians, combined weight 4.17ozt, 129.9g 100 150
524 An Edwardian silver square section 8” ruler with retractable sealing wax and seal top end, London 1908, a silver and mother of pearl folding fruit knife, Sheffield 1913, a silver strainer (handle lacking), London 1904, and other items, weighable silver, 1.83ozt, 56.9g 100 200
525 A silver Baker’s Patent ‘Pathfinder’ place finder, the eight individually numbered pegs are held by gilded fingers, which open like a fan when the hinged case is opened, engraved with a crest of a lion with a sun and moon, London 1904, 5cm long 80 120
526 A tortoiseshell and silver gilt mounted cigarette case, Birmingham 1926, 8.25cm x 7.5cm 40 60
527 A silver propelling pencil of hexagonal form with agate set seal top, another propelling pencil, a silver athletic’s medal, Birmingham 1931, a miniature silver vanity mirror, Birmingham 1906, and a silver folding fruit knife, Sheffield 1903 (5 items) 50 80
528 A 19th century ivory tusk vase, carved in relief depicting elephants and tree between arched and circular bands,10cmH 50 100
529 A Victorian miniature silver chamber stick, London 1891, a miniature silver presentation cup and plinth, a small Edwardian silver and tortoiseshell mounted pin cushion, London 1908, a Victorian stamp box, Birmingham 1901, a mother of pearl salt with silver pedestal base, London 1908, a silver-topped jar and a silver book mark, Glasgow 1929, combined weight of weighable silver, 1.05ozt, 32.6g 150 200
530 A 19th century carved ivory cribbage board, decorated with roses, 20.5cm x 6.5cm 80 120
531 A 19th century carved ivory octagonal spinning dice, numbered 1-8, 10cmH 30 50
532 A silver gemstone set vesta case with hammered finish, intertwined engraved initials, with import mark, a small circular silver-mounted velvet pin-cushion, a silver cigarette case, a silver pocket fruit knife and sheath and a silver-cased pencil, weighable silver, 4.09ozt, 127.3g 40 60
533 A mother-of-pearl handled twin blade folding pocket knife and two others (3 items) 20 30
534 A Bakelite-handled triple blade Sheffield pocket knife 15 25
535 A hand-made 1920s brass-handled folding pocket knife 15 25
536 An early 20th century naively carved  ivory handle with later magnifying glass fitting 40 60
537 A 9 carat gold circular powder compact, Birmingham 1921, 32.7g gross, with engine turned decoration, on a yellow metal chain, 5.9g 250 280
538 An early 20th century ornate silver-plated pierced and chased nurse’s belt 10 15
539 An Edwardian rectangular silver and guillochè enamel pill box, Birmingham 1909 and two other small boxes 70 90
540 A silver propelling pen and pencil with hardstone set finial and chased decoration, a silver-handled butter knife, a silver-handled nail file, a small silver whistle and other items 80 120
541 An early 20th century gold propelling pencil by S. Mordan & Co., inscribed with initials ‘A.F.R.’, 8.5cm long, 15.2g gross (including pencil) 80 120
542 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
543 A pair of Georgian silver sugar tongs, by George Burrows, with chased decoration and repair, 15 cm long, 1 ozt 15 25
544 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
545 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
546 A large silver cigarette case with engine turned decoration and inscription dated 1947, three other silver cigarette cases and a silver vesta case, Birmingham 1902, combined weight 16ozt, 497.6g 150 250
547 A pair of small silver four-section wire toast racks, raised on bun feet, Birmingham 1918, 7cm long, 2.18 ozt, 68g 40 60
548 Three small silver picture frames, Birmingham 1907, Birmingham 1901, Birmingham 1915; two silver-backed brushes, Birmingham 1903; a silver handled and backed hair brush, Birmingham 1904; a silver vanity mirror, Birmingham 1909 (7 items) 30 40
549 A cased set of Coalport yellow ground coffee cans and saucers with silver holders and spoons, Birmingham 1922, combined silver weight 7.1ozt, 221.1g 150 200
550 Six Victorian silver spoons, all similar, London 1893, by John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater, ratstail Hanoverian pattern, each approximately 13.5cmL, total weight 153.3g, 4.93ozt 40 60
551 A Victorian silver-covered table bell, Birmingham 1890, the cover pierced and chased with floral pattern, approximately 8cmH, cover only 71.2g, 2.29ozt 40 60
552 A Georgian silver sugar caster, London 1826, by William Bateman, pot-bellied on circular domed foot, decorated in floral repousse with pierced lid with finial, approximately 8cmH overall, 73.7g, 2.37ozt 30 40
553 A George II silver mug, London 1759, of baluster form on spreading rim foot with repousse floral panels, scroll handle and engraved dedication on front panel, 12.3cmH, 344.0g, 11.06ozt 100 150
554 Four silver napkin rings, combined weight 1.68ozt, 52.3g, a cased silver-backed hair brush and comb by Mappin & Webb, an Indian filigree pepperette, a silver-plated club table lighter in the form of an oil lamp and other items 25 35
555 A Victorian silver picture frame, London 1891, approximately 16.5cm x 12.3cm 20 30
556 A pair of William IV silver sugar tongs, London 1830, possibly William Bateman, 15cmL, 46.4g, 1.49ozt. A silver marrow scoop, a Georgian silver butter knife, London 1800, ivory handle, 18.5cmL overall, a pair of silver-plated grape shears, approximately 17.7cmL, with original case (4 items) 30 50
557 A glass and silver club table lighter, the lobed glass body with silver parasol cap, Birmingham 1915, 8cmH 30 40
558 A Victorian silver brandy warmer complete with trivet and burner, London 1891, by Daniel & John Welby, ebony handle, including trivet 10.2cmH, weight 4.2ozt, 130.6g 50 60
559 A silver-mounted circular butter dish, Birmingham 1943, with wavy rim, raised on ball feet, 1.83ozt, 56.9g, with frosted glass dish, 14cmDia 10 20
560 A small Edwardian silver hip flask, London 1902, 9cm, miniature WWII medals on a bar including the 1939-45 Star and the Atlantic Star and other items 25 35
561 A cased mid-20th century Aynsley pink ground coffee set with gilt Greek key border, with green crown mark to base, in silver holders, Birmingham 1946, combined silver weight 3.79ozt, 117.8g 100 150
562 A 1930s engine-turned silver perpetual desk calendar by W.J.Myatt & Co., Birmingham 1930 with month and date apertures and brass winders, on a wooden plinth base, Patent No 9964, approximately 8cmH x 12.5cmW, excluding plinth 30 50
563 A small silver pierced pedestal bon-bon dish, Birmingham 1922, 5.5cm high, 0.71ozt, 22.1g and a silver menu holder on circular leaded base 15 20
564 A Victorian silver and cut-glass desk stand by George Jackson & David Fullerton, London 1897, fitted with two cut-glass inkwells and a taper stick, on shaped tray and raised on four feet, 25cmL 180 220
565 A silver cigar ashtray, the circular bowl double cigar rests with scrolling decoration and feet, London 1899, 11cm long, 1.21ozt, 87.7g 25 35
566 A rectangular silver cigarette box with hinged lid and engine turned decoration, Chester 1926 (at fault), 12cm x 9cm x 2.5cm 20 25
567 A rectangular silver cigarette box with chamfered corners and engine turned decoration, Birmingham 1954, 15.5cm x 9cm 50 70
568 A silver sauce boat, Sheffield 1956, with shaped rim, raised on three legs, 4.37ozt; 135.9g, and a silver-plated gravy boat 40 60
569 A silver three-piece cruet, comprised of a salt, pepperette and mustard, each raised on wavy rims on shell feet, Birmingham 1933, combined weight 4ozt, 124.4g 35 45
570 A silver pepper mill of lighthouse form, Birmingham 1929, 8.5cmH 20 30
571 Two Edwardian silver decanter labels ‘Port’ and ‘Sherry’, London 1903, a similar silver ‘Whiskey’ decanter label, Sheffield 1896 and one other silver ‘Port’ decanter label, Birmingham 1982 70 90
572 An oval silver pedestal sugar basket, Birmingham 1970, on stepped foot, 4.5ozt, 140.2g and a small silver trumpet-shaped vase, 13.25cmH 35 45
573 An Arts and Crafts silver pedestal cup, Sheffield 1913, by James Ducon & Son, with hammered finish on circular base, 15.5cmH, 9.23ozt/287.1g 100 150
574 A small silver-topped glass hat pin jar, Birmingham 1913, a three-piece silver-backed brush and mirror set with engine turned decoration, Birmingham 1961, and a rectangular glass hat pin box with silver-plated lid 45 55
575 A 20th century silver salver, London 1920, circular-shaped with scroll border on three hoofed feet, stamped ‘Tiffany & Co, London’, 31cm Dia, 910g, 29ozt 250 300
576 A 20th century silver christening mug, Sheffield, 1952, baluster shape with scroll handle on spreading circular foot, Coronation mark, 8cmH, 107.2g, 3.45ozt 30 40
577 A 20th century silver bon-bon dish, Sheffield 1979, circular with scrolled moulded rim on three scroll feet, by Mappin & Webb, 11cmDia, 97.3g, 3.13ozt. As new in original packing 30 40
578 Two 20th century silver octagonal coasters, Birmingham 1979, by Mappin & Webb, (9cmW max), total weight of both items 94.7g, 3.05ozt. As new, in original packing 30 40
579 A 20th century silver wine taster, London 1979, with stylized handle, by Mappin & Webb, 8cmDia, 129.3g, 4.16ozt. As new in original packing 40 60
580 A 20th century silver butter dish with knife and glass liner, Sheffield, 1979, the dish by Mappin & Webb with moulded border, 10.2cmDia, the knife-maker’s mark ‘H.H.’, 11.3cmL, total weight of dish and knife (excluding glass) 83.1g, 2.67ozt. As new in original packaging 25 35
581 A 20th century silver christening set of napkin ring, egg cup and spoon, the napkin ring, Birmingham 1947, by Adie Brothers, the egg cup, Birmingham 1949, by Adie Brothers, mounted on spreading foot, 5.8cmH, the spoon, Sheffield 1948, maker’s mark CB & S. Total weight of these items 58.5g, 1.88ozt. All in presentation box 20 30
582 A 20th century silver napkin ring, Sheffield 1979, by Mappin & Webb, engraved ‘ASBT’, 84.6g, 2.72ozt, boxed in original packaging 25 35
583 A 20th century silver sugar caster, Birmingham 1964, by Mappin & Webb, tapered body with pierced domed cover surmounted by vase-shaped finial, approximately 16.2cmH, 175.2g, 5.63ozt 55 65
584 A 20th century silver set of six coffee spoons, Sheffield 1979, rat’s tail pattern, by Mappin & Webb, total weight of six items 59.1g, 1.90ozt. In original presentation box 20 30
585 A 20th century silver cigarette box, Birmingham 1938, hinged lid, full wooden lining, by A & J Zimmerman, 11cm x 8.4cm x 4cm 25 35
586 An Edwardian silver and mother of pearl 12 place set of fruit knives and forks, Sheffield 1907, housed in an oak box 80 100
587 A 20th century silver triangular coaster, Birmingham 1979, by Mappin & Webb, 10.5cmW (max), 94.1g, 3.03ozt. As new in original packaging 30 40
588 An Indian silver child’s cup with chased decoration, stamped ‘PAK 94 SIL’ to base, 5.5cm high, 1.87ozt, 58.2g 10 20
589 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 28cmH 20 40
590 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
591 A Middle Eastern silver plate on copper dish, with hand-beaten and chased design, silver plate heavily worn, 21 cmDia together with an Egyptian brass dish with silver and  copper overlaid decoration and hammered design, 18.25 cmDia 20 30
592 A part canteen of silver-plated old English bead pattern cutlery, comprised of five tablespoons, 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
593 A Sheffield plated square four section decanter stand with scroll handles, engraved with scrolling initials and the crest of a dog 60 80
594 An ornate silver-plated two-branch candelabra together with a pair of James Dixon & Son candlesticks 80 100
595 A Mappin & Webb oak canteen housing Elkington & Co and other cutlery 80 100
596 A large early 20th century oval silver-plated twin handled tray engraved with floral sprays, ribbons, swags and ferns 67cmW x 47cmD 60 80
597 An oak brass-bound canteen of assorted cutlery together with other silver-plated cutlery 30 50
598 A pair of silver-plated and ivory handled fish servers engraved with birds in flight, with carved handle, silver finials and knop, Sheffield 1900, cased 80 100
599 A twelve place set of ivory handled silver-plated fish knives, forks and servers in mahogany case 20 30
600 A small quantity of plated ware to include two sets of fish servers, one by Mappin & Webb, sugar tongs, ladle etc 15 25
601 A Victorian silver-plated desk stand, housing two square section cut-glass inkwells, with acanthus leaf moulding and scroll handle, raised on four scroll supports, 20cmL 50 70
602 A pair of silver-plated antler-handled fish servers and a cased set of Continental horn and silver-plated salad servers 50 80
606 A Perthshire millefori glass paperweight with label to base, 7cmDia 40 60
607 A mid-20th century Murano glass figure of a fish in greens, amber and gold with open mouth and raised dorsal fin, 35cm long together with a Murano pink and blue glass seated figure of a cat, 16cmH 80 100
608 A Lalique art glass ‘Parme’ frosted crystal decanter, the oval body with double concave frosted sides and raised ripple design throughout, etched to base ‘Lalique R France’, 20cmH 180 220
609 An Art Deco amber glass figural flower stand of lozenge form with central semi-nude female and arched mirrored back, 22cmH x 26cmW 30 50
610 A pair of 20th century Glasform iridescent and frosted glass mushrooms including one with a silver applied frog, both with labels to bases, 7cmH 40 60
611 A Rene Lalique amethyst glass ‘Faucon’ car mascot, modelled as a falcon, moulded ‘R LALIQUE’, etched ‘No.1124 and ‘FRANCE’, 15.5cmH and a Breves Galleries Rene Lalique mascot mount, 6.8 centimetres inside diameter nickel plated, round with bulb, socket, wiring, mounting ring, screw and bolts with original illuminated Lalique Mascot Mount including amber, red, orange, yellow and blue coloured lenses 2000 2500
612 A 20th century Lalique stylized foliate frosted and clear glass scent bottle engraved ‘Lalique, France’ to base, 7cmH 70 100
613 A pair of mid-20th century mottled green and orange frosted glass spill vases with silver rims, dated London 1941-42, 16cmH 40 50
614 A late 20th century Murano clear and red glass curling sculpture, mounted on  a black glass cube, engraved to base Murano, 22/6/78 and indistinctly signed, 35cmH 60 100
615 A 20th century Baccarat floral-etched scent bottle for Marcel Rochas Paris, complete with case and travelling stopper, 12cmH 80 120
616 A Whitefriars tangerine drunken bricklayer vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter, circa 1960s,  21cmH 120 140
617 A pair of 1940s Wedgwood chargers decorated with flowers and foliage in reds and blues, each 41cmDia 80 120
618 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
619 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
620 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
621 A 19th century Wedgwood ‘Mr Punch’ novelty drink set comprising tray with mounted cups, two beakers and decanter with ‘Punch’ stopper 30 50
622 A collection of assorted Carlton Ware to include a hand-painted ‘Tralian’ design lobster plate, two Australian design triangular leaf dishes, a sheep toast rack, a yellow ground leaf dish and vase decorated with flowers and a rose-encrusted specimen vase 50 70
623 An Italian majolica circular plaque, in the Della Robbia style, moulded in relief with Mary and Child surrounded by cherubs with a garland of fruit and pine cones, inscribed S.A.C.A. 288, Made in, Italy, 42cmDia 100 120
624 A large green glazed ceramic planter decorated with dragons, 49cmH x 52cmDia 60 100
625 A late 19th century Derby Imari floral patterned circular shaped tray with panels of birds and blossoms, with impressed and red painted marks to base, 48.5cmDia 200 250
626 A Minton 46-piece part dinner service comprised of serving bowls, meat plate, tureen, gravy boat and stand, soup bowls, plates, bowls, side plates etc 50 70
627 A Royal Doulton Dickens Ware ‘Captain Cutle’ coffee pot, 21cmH 40 50
628 A Victorian and later 30-piece Cauldon part tea service decorated with flowers and birds 30 40
629 A pair of early 20th century oval relief moulded plaster plaques depicting St Christopher, one with glazed convex glass and bottle, housed in ebonised frames, 6.5cm x 5cm 30 50
630 Three late 18th/early 19th century Meissen bowls plus two side plates and similar pierced bowl, hand-painted with floral sprays and insects, two early 19th century Derby Imari patterned plates together with two Victorian Copeland Spode crescent-shaped plates decorated with blue and pink flowers and gilt rims 50 70
631 An extensive 19th century Davenport ironstone dinner service, hand-painted with floral sprays in gilt, blue and red, comprised of tureens, meat plates, serving bowls, dinner and side plates etc 300 500
632 A rare 19th century Minton pierced cabinet painted by Antonin Boullemier depicting a young girl in a blue floral robe with fan and butterfly beside a tree with pagoda to background, signed lower left, impressed Minton mark to base with date cypher for 1873, 13cmDia 150 250
633 A Royal Doulton figure ‘The Cobbler’ HN1706 50 70
634 A large 19th century pottery Moriage hand-painted turquoise ground vase, the pierced flared rim above twin scrolling handles and six floral panels, raised on a stepped offset hexagonal base, 47cmH 50 70
635 A Doulton Lambeth Slaters Patent green ground bottle-shaped vase decorated with piped scrolling leaves and green floral sprays on a circular base with impressed marks and monogrammed ‘E.A.’, 28cmH, two small Doulton Lambeth harvest jugs, 11cm high and a larger Royal Doulton harvest jug, 15cm high 30 50
636 Three pieces of Wedgwood monochromed cream ware comprised of a tazza with transfer printed scenes of Henley on Thames, Medmenham Abbey, Bisham Abbey and George and Dragon Waregrave, a Rex Whistler design sugar bowl depicting Clovelly and a large fruit bowl transfer printed with Asiatic pheasants to interior and exterior 40 60
637 A 19th century Wedgwood majolica turquoise ground octagonal jardiniere decorated with pomegranates and scale patterned panels, raised on four stylized jardiniere shaped feet, impressed marks to base, 20cmH 100 120
638 A 19th century Wedgwood ‘Syp’ blue and white transfer decorated ‘Peony’ pattern teapot with internal strainer, with impressed marks to base, 19cmH 60 80
639 A Doulton Lambeth salt-glazed baluster ale jug, with four applied portrait roundels of youth to old age, each circled by a proverb, ‘He that buys land buys stones’, ‘He that buys flesh buys bones’, ‘He that buys eggs buys many shells’ and ‘He that buys ale buys nothing else’, with impressed marks to base and monogrammed ‘WW’, possibly Emily Wood, 19cmH 60 80
640 A 20th century Wegwood black jasperware plaque entitled ‘Dancing Hours’ impressed to back ‘Dancing Hours, 2, Wedgwood Made in England, 75, NB’, mounted on a padded, cushioned gilt frame, 7cm x 22cm 120 140
641 A Portmeirion treacle-glazed game dish, a Jenny Neilson wash basin and jug together with a Victorian cheese dish and cover (1 box) 30 50
642 A 20th century Palissy for Royal Worcester ‘Game Series’ part dinner/tea set (1 box) 30 50
643 A 19th century Staffordshire pottery figural spill vase depicting Red Riding Hood and Wolf against a tree and foliage, 19cmH 20 30
644 A 19th century Staffordshire pottery figure of a shepherd and dog with sheep and lambs on a stylized grassy base, 13cmH 40 60
645 A Royal Doulton character jug ‘Long John Silver D6335’, together with a Beswick character jug ‘Sairey Gamp No 371’ (2 items) 40 50
646 A pair of late 19th century parian figures depicting two classic maidens in draped gowns, one with a dagger, the other with bird and flowers, both on floral decorated oval plinths, one 34cm high, the other 33.5cm high 50 100
647 A 19th century parian figure of a classical maiden in draped gown with bird and child resting against a tree stump, 36.5cm high 30 50
648 A Royal Doulton blue and green ground tankard decorated with bands of flower heads and leaves monogrammed to base ‘G.P.’, 10cmH 30 40
649 A 19th century stone-glazed water cistern with applied grape and vine relief moulding and Royal Crest with central panel inscribed ‘Lipscombe & Co, Patentees, 44 Queen Victoria Street, Mansion House, London At Temple Bar’ together with an 18th century four-division decanter 60 80
650 A Doulton Lambeth pottery ‘Jack’ jug with silver collar, London 1896 19.5cmH 40 60
651 A Royal Worcester blush ivory flat-back ewer, hand-painted with roses and wild flowers, puce mark to base, dated 1899, 13cmH 70 100
652 A pair of Moorcroft green and blue ground dwarf candlesticks in the ‘Hibiscus’ pattern, with circular paper labels to base, 9cmH 70 90
653 A pair of Royal Doulton blue ground chimney-shaped vases decorated with pipe-lined roses, buds and leaves, monogrammed ‘LB’ to base, 22.5cmH 40 60
654 A 19th century Wedgwood terracotta jug with glazed interior, date mark for 1850, 15cmH together with an ‘F & R Pratt & Co’ terracotta jug decorated with gilt rim and handle and linked-ring banding, 12cmH 40 60
655 A late 18th century Chamberlains Worcester white ground cabbage leaf moulded jug with gilt mask spout and blue and white transfer printed floral sprays, indistinct monogram to front, 19.5cmH 150 250
656 A mid-20th century Continental porcelain figure of a child ballerina with semi-raised hands and title mark ‘W’ below a crown, 15cmH 40 60
657 A Gustavsberg waisted vase circa 1950s, decorated by Stig Lindberg from the Grazia series, decorated with solid silver overlaid with wild flowers and plants on a white ground with insect, 22cmH 100 150
658 An Arabia of Finland parian vase of cylindrical form designed by Gunvor olin-Gronquist, decorated with relief moulded wild flowers, 21cmH 30 50
659 A Mettlach half litre beer stein with incised colour panels depicting 15th century huntsman and prey, the pewter lid with oak leaf relief decoration surmounted with an acorn finial and thumb piece, 22.5cmH 150 200
660 A 19th century James Dudson jasperware coffee pot, the tapering body with applied classical maidens, grapes and vines, with tree trunk spout and rope twist handle, impressed marks to inner lid, 23cmH 50 100
661 A 20th century Carltonware tea and coffee set decorated with bands of geometric circles and squares on a yellow and brown ground, comprised of tea and coffee pot, four cups and saucers and a sugar bowl 20 30
662 A collection of Crown Stafford ‘Hunting Scene’ ceramics to include pin dishes, mustard, egg cup, saucers, plates, long dish etc 25 35
663 A Clarice Cliff harvest jug decorated with wheat and floral spray, the handle moulded with apples and pears, 22cmH 35 50
664 A Troika pottery Tin Mine lamp base, in the form of a stone building and chimney, in browns and greens, by Jane Fitzgerald, 22cmH 450 550
665 A Troika pottery spice jar, with white glazed neck and shoulders and cube body, with geometric Aztec design panels, designed by Annette Walters, 15cmH 80 100
666 A Troika pottery cube vase, each side decorated with geometric panels, designed by Annette Walters, monogrammed to base, 8cmH 80 100
667 A Troika pottery cylindrical vase,decorated with bands, circles and squares on a blue and beige ground, designed by Annette Walters, monogrammed to base, 14cmH 80 100
668 A Troika pottery marmalade pot of square form decorated with geometric panels, designed by Louise Jinks, monogrammed to base, 9cmH 80 100
669 A 19th century Meissen figural salt with girl looking into the painted bowl of a smuggling scene together with a Continental porcelain figure of a lady in a crinoline dress (2 items) 50 70
670 A 19th century majolica urn decorated with figures from a Bacchanalian scene with ram’s head handles, 55cmH 120 150
671 A large quantity of Limoges dinnerware, decorated with floral sprays, with shaped rim 150 200
672 A collection of Portmeirion ‘Botanic Gardens’ tableware to include dinner and side plates, cups, saucers, bowls etc 30 50
673 An early 20th century Royal Doulton blue ground ewer together with a Royal Doulton specimen vase, 29cmH and 18cmH 30 40
674 An early 20th century Doulton Slaters flared rim treacle-glazed vase decorated with flowers and leaves, 40cm 50 60
675 A 19th century ceramic figure of a gentleman in 18th century dress resting on a tree stump with a bouquet of flowers, on a floral decorated arched base, stamped to the base 195245, 21.5cmH 30 50
676 A 19th century Dresden porcelain lidded vase decorated with gilt scrolling swags and hand-painted floral sprays, Dresden under crown to base and stamped 2, 34cmH 80 120
677 A Torquay pottery bowl decorated with a parrot and a similar vase (2 items) 10 15
678 A pair of Royal Doulton blue ground vases decorated with roses, buds and leaves, inscribed ‘F.J.’  to base, each 20cmH 30 50
679 A pair of Royal Doulton chimney-shaped blue ground vases decorated with roses, buds and leaves, inscribed ‘BN’ to bases, each 26cmH 30 50
680 A pair of 19th century Vienna porcelain figures of a male with a hare and goose in pouch to side, the female with basket of fruit and garland of grapes and vines to hair, both on rocky tree stump bases, each 14cmH 80 120
681 A pair of 19th century porcelain two-branch figural candelabra, the floral decorated sconces surmounted on stylized tree stumps, the male with sheep and basket, the female with goat and flower bouquet, both on rocky bases, each 19cmH 100 200
682 A Royal Copenhagen figure group depicting a cockerel and hen on a circular base, possibly signed Christian Thomson, 14cmH 80 120
686 20th Century Japanese Blossoms with trees in the distance Limited edition print 199/200 Signed and numbered 48cm x 37.5cm Framed and glazed 10 15
687 Nine19th century Chinese porcelain fluted finger bowls decorated with crickets and flowers, character marks to base (9 items) 250 350
688 A Chinese pale celadon jade oval belt ornament, carved with a lion-dog, 7 cmL x 4 cmW 150 200
689 A late 19th century Cantonese famille rose punch bowl, both interior and exterior decorated with hand-painted panels of sages, birds and foliage with character mark to base, 28cmDia 120 180
690 A Chinese and tortoiseshell case with raised painted bird decoration, 11.5cmL 25 35
691 A pair of Chinese bottle-shaped cloisonne vases, the neck and shoulders decorated with scrolling foliage, the body with cranes, lilies and river bank on a turquoise ground, inscribed 1784 to base, 27cmH 80 120
692 A mid-20th century Japanese papier mache circular tray decorated with birds, branches and blossom 50cmDia 30 50
693 An early 20th century Japanese red lacquered papier mache tray with mother of pearl inlay depicting a mounted huntsman with dog and prey amongst trees, 36.5cmDia 30 50
694 A 19th century Chinese export ivory and hand-painted fan, the leaf decorated with Mandarin figures with applied ivory faces and fabric costumes, the ivory sticks carved with figures, pagodas and foliage, housed in an ebonised gilt frame, 28cmH x 51cmW 600 800
695 A 19th century Chinese silver export dragon boat with oarsmen, drummer and figures with flags and banners, mounted on an ornately carved hardwood stand, 12cmL 250 350
696 A 19th century Chinese silver export Procession group comprised of 14 figures with Sedan chair, musical instruments, banners and flags, mounted on an ornately carved pierced stand, with character marks to fixing plate, 18cmL 250 350
697 A Japanese Satsuma vase with tapered waist and flared rim, hand-painted with figural panels with cobalt blue and gilt surround, signed to base, 24cmH 30 40
698 A late 19th century Satsuma vase decorated with hand-painted panels depicting a sage with follower and Geisha girl with pagodas and mountains to background, unsigned, 45cmH 80 120
699 A late 19th century famille rose flared-rim vase decorated with hand-painted battling warriors with applied animals to neck and shoulder, character mark to base, 44.5cmH 50 60
700 A 19th century naively carved Oriental hardwood female figure in robes with arms crossed and plaited hair with incised carved feet to base, 26cmH 150 200
701 A Nanking Cargo tea bowl and saucer decorated with palms and flowers with brown ground exterior and Christie’s Lot 5245 label to base, 7.5cmDia and 12cmDia 60 100
702 Two pairs of Japanese shibyama black lacquer panels, both depicting birds, blossoms and branches, all housed in floral carved hardwood frames 54cmH x 37cmW x 2cmD 30 50
703 A late 19th century Chinese export ivory and hand-painted fan, the leaf decorated with Mandarin figures with applied ivory faces and fabric costumes, the stained ivory sticks carved with figures, pagodas and trees, housed in a silk-lined cushioned gilt frame, 27cmH x 50cmW 300 400
704 A large 20th century Cantonese vase, the neck and shoulders with applied lizards and animals, the body decorated with figural panels, peonies and chrysanthemums, character marks to base, approximately 93cmH 50 70
705 An early 20th century Oriental green lacquered chinoiserie desk set comprised of a calendar, a pen tray, an inkwell and a blotting book, decorated with figures, pagodas and boats 40 60
706 A pair of square Oriental caddies, the shoulders decorated with hibiscus sprays over a four panel body depicting elephants, pagodas and palms, inscribed ‘143’ and ‘103’ to bases, 15cm high 70 100
708 A 19th century Wucai hand-painted bottle-shaped vase depicting the Eight Immortals in reds, blues, greens and yellow, 32cmH 100 120
709 A Chinese brass coin, 4.5cm and a small silver scroll holder, 3.25cm 25 35
710 An early 18th century Chinese famille verte and Imari patterned dish decorated with a vase, fan, scrolls, chest and fruit, 14.5cm 150 250
711 A 19th century Japanese bronze koro, of hexagonal form decorated in relief with panels of birds and foliage, with scrolling handles, raised on four supports, on hexagonal base, 36cm high 150 200
712 A pair of 19th century Chinese hardwood carved figures of deities, each holding scrolls and staffs, on naturalistic bases, approximately 39cmH 80 100
713 A pair of early 20th century Satsuma vases decorated with geese and bamboo shoots, unsigned, each approximately 47cmH 30 40
714 A set of four 20th century Japanese hand-painted silk panels, each depicting birds, blossoms and grasses, each approximately 80cmW x 32.5cmW 40 60
715 A 19th century signed Japanese carved ivory shibyama decorated banana with narrow tapered stalk and one end partly peeled, applied with various insects including a mother of pearl winged dragon fly, beetles, spiders etc, 14cmL 400 500
716 A 19th century Chinese blue and white charger decorated with six flower heads within a scrolling border with central foliate panel, character mark to base 46.5cmH 150 200
717 A Chinese carved pale green hardstone pendant in the form of fruit and leaves suspended from a beaded necklace 200 250
718 A late 19th century ring-turned fruitwood cosh/truncheon with central iron swivel, approximately 41cm long 60 80
719 A 19th century bamboo and leather riding crop, a Victorian cane and lead cosh together with a 20th century turned hardwood truncheon (3 items) 60 100
720 A late Victorian conche shell lamp, carved, depicting the Three Graces on clouds flanked by flowers and leaves, raised on three bronze dolphins, 28cmH 20 40
721 A 19th century ‘Davy’ type 6 miner’s lamp, 24cm high 30 50
722 An early 20th century two-piece blue enamel ‘News of the World’ advertising sign, 165cmW x 15cmH and 155cmW x 15cmH 80 120
723 An early 20th century white and blue enamel ‘Daily Telegraph’ advertising sign, 76cmW x 9cmH 40 60
724 An early 20th century white and blue enamel ‘Sunday Telegraph’ advertising sign, 76cmW x 9cmH 40 60
725 An early 20th century white and blue enamel ‘News of the World on Sale Here’ rectangular advertising sign, 76cmH x 30.5cmW 50 70
726 A pair of early 20th century black and white enamel ‘News of the World on Sale Here’ advertising signs plus one other, 51cmH x 30.5cmW 30 50
727 A Victorian tortoiseshell and mother of pearl desk stand fitted with two inkwells, stamp box and pen tray 250 300
728 A small black painted metal-cased electric magic lantern, 26cm high 10 20
729 A cased Meerschaum pipe together with another cased pipe with a silver collar 25 35
730 A mid-20th century ‘Our Colour Dyeing’ tin shop counter advertising sign, approximately 51cmH x 31cmW 25 45
731 A mid-20th century ‘Fresh Air, Fine Cleaning’ tin shop counter advertising sign, 51cmH x 31cmW 25 45
732 A metal double-sided ‘Cheshire County Council’ bus stop sign, 40cm X 33.5cm 30 50
733 A metal double-sided ‘Lyon’s Tea’ advertising sign, 30.5cm x 42cm 30 50
734 A late Victorian long burr walnut and amber stemmed pipe with silver ferrule, Birmingham 1896, maker’s mark B.B.B., inscribed with initials ‘L.B.’, 33.5cmL, cased 150 250
735 An Edwardian Ross of Manchester leather ‘Jack’ jug with silver collar, Sheffield 1906, 19cmH 60 80
736 An HMV Model 1121 valve radio, circa 1950 in a walnut case 40 60
737 An Ogden’s ‘St Julien Tobacco’ enamel wall sign, circa 1930s, with white lettering against a woodgrain-effect ground, 40.5cmH x 218cmW 100 120
738 An Ogden’s ‘St Bruno Flake’ enamel wall sign, circa 1920s/30s, with shaded yellow and red lettering against a navy blue ground, in original wooden frame, 37.5cmH x 129cmW 120 140
739 A 20th century Hessian hop pocket stamped ‘Shepherd Neame Ltd. East Kent, 1973, Ospringe’, 228cmH x 95cmW 20 30
740 A 20th century Hessian hop pocket stamped ‘L.U. Hubble & Son Ltd, East Kent, 1974, Harbledown’, 226cmH x 95cmW 20 30
741 A 20th century Hessian hop pocket stamped ‘L.U. Hubble & Son Ltd., East Kent, 1974, Harbledown G No. 67’, 22cmH x 95cmW 20 30
742 A large 20th century North African rimmed bowl, hand-painted with scrolling and geometric designs, divided by white metal filigree strapwork panels and rim, 39cmDia 30 50
743 A modern printed tin Michelin sign, 75cmH x 75cmW 40 60
744 A late 20th century gilt metal copy of ‘The Spirit of Ecstasy’, mounted on an oval mahogany plinth, 13cmH 50 70
745 Ethnographic interest – a carved wooden Maringei headrest, Papua New Guinea, in the form of a wooden crocodile, 60cmL 80 100
746 Ethnographic interest – A Kamanabit village, Papua New Guinea ancestral carved wooden figure and another from the Munik Lakes, 25cm high 100 150
747 Ethonographic interest – A Kina shell necklace from the Gaigarobi village (Sawos people) in Papua New Guinea, 20cm wide 50 60
748 Ethnographic interest – A Cuscus teeth necklace, from Papua New Guinea, 60cm 30 40
749 Ethnographic interest – An Abelam people from Papua New Guinea ivory nose ornament, 17cm long 30 40
750 A late 19th/early 20th century oak-cased gramophone with a green and gilt painted scallop-shaped horn 40 60
751 A 1930s G.E.C. mottled brown Bakelite radio on chrome feet, approximately 45.5cmH x 37.5cmW x 22cmD  Untested and sold as spares 40 60
752 An early 20th century mahogany ‘Tyrela’ gramophone cased, the hinged oval top with boxwood inlay and moulded edge, the trunk with transfer urns and swags, over a pair of inlaid doors with brass drop handles and raised on slender tapering supports, approximately 77cmH x 44cmW x 51cmD 30 40
757 A 19th century wooden doll together with an early 20th century ventriloquist’s doll, a 20th century bisque headed doll plus other dolls (1 box) 50 80
758 Wilfredian League of Gugnuncs, membership booklet and plush figure 40 50
759 An Armand Marsaille bisque-headed doll, known as ‘Eleanor’, with associated clothes etc 100 150
760 A child’s rocking horse with glass eyes, horsehair mane and tail and leather saddle, re-painted, 88cm x 150cm 100 150
761 An Armand Marseille Koppelsdorf bisque-headed doll with blue glass sleeping eyes, with open mouth and two upper teeth and blonde hair, with composition bent limbed body, to back of head stamped A.M. Koppelsdorf, Germany 1330 A7M, 50cmL 80 120
762 A vintage scratch-built model of a Thames barge 60 100
763 A 1940s/1950s motorised model launch reputedly built by an ex-R.A.F. Squadron Leader from parts from a Dakota aircraft, approximately 124cmL 100 150
764 A Markes & Co early tin plate spinning top 10 15
765 A Tri-Ang ‘Minic Motorways’ No. M1511 set 80 100
766 An Exlto collector’s 1.18 scale model Lotus 49 Jim Clark, complete with box 80 100
767 An early 20th century Lotto game and a jig-saw puzzle, both boxed 10 20
768 A vintage game of bar skittles (Devil-amongst-tailors) comprised of green baize table, skittles, stand and pole with swivelled ball and chain 50 60
769 ‘The Instructive Picture Book or a Few Attractive Lessons from the Natural History of Animals’ by Adam White, published by Edmonton & Douglas, Edinburgh, third edition, 1859 50 60
770 ‘The Regent or Royal Tablet of Memory for 1824 with an Almanac containing a variety of useful information’, housed in red leather binding and a similar pocket diary and Almanac for 1826, also bound in red leather, unused 20 30
771 A shaped rectangular brass-bound leather case fitted with various buckles and straps, circa 1900, approximately 32cmH x 15cmW x 11cmD 40 60
772 Boer War interest, Prisoner of War walking stick, the tapering fruitwood haft finely carved ‘Gemaakt Door, Krygs Gevangene, St. Helena 1901, Joor General P.A. Cronje van O Johnsonsen, K.G.V.’ surmounted with a knop handle, 83cm long 500 600
773 A 1930s/1940s flying helmet by Ariakit in tan leather with chamois lining, size 7, complete with Gosport tube telecom headset and flying goggles 75 100
774 A mid-20th century grey painted brass gimble compass by ‘Sestrel’ stamped 5381 to base, housed in its original fitted wooden case, 13.5cmDia 50 70
775 Military interest, a pair of brass Trench Art candlesticks of Middle Eastern design, the base overlaid in white metal ‘Damascus 1st Oct 1918, 26cmH.  Emir Said, the Governor of Damascus surrendered the town on the above date to Major Arthur Olden and T.E.Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) and the Arab Forces 40 60
776 A WWII American silk Propaganda flier printed with the American flag and bearing the words ‘Dear Friend, I am an Allied fighter, I did not want to come here to do any harm to you who are my friends.  I only want to do harm to the Japanese and chase them away from this country as quickly as possible.  If you assist me, my Government will sufficiently reward you when the Japanese are driven away’, repeated in 17 languages, to be dropped from the air, approximately 44cmL x 30cmW 10 20
777 Military interest, a pair of WWI trench art vases of pinched waisted form, with bands of flower heads and leaves between pinched, hammered bands, dated April 1917 and Feb 1908, approximately 23cmH 60 80
779 An early 20th century taxidermy study of a Kingfisher mounted on a naturalistic rocky base with ferns and grasses, on a circular ebonised base with glass dome 50 70
780 An 18th century and later flintlock pistol, the stock stamped M. M. and side plate stamped G.H. below a crown with brass trigger guard (a/f), approximately 19cm long 100 150
781 A taxidermy study of a canary mounted on twigs and grass, on painted sky background, housed in an oval ebonised frame 50 70
782 An early 19th century Continental pin fire double barrel pistol, the octagonal barrel with spring bayonet and box lock action, with moulded wooden grip and steel lanyard, 30cm long 150 200
783 A set of eight vintage Pattison iron putting marker flags 40 50
784 An early 20th century ”Basque’ poaching stick, the brass and leather lattice work handle unscrewing to reveal a hunting spear, the tapering hardwood shaft terminating in a brass and iron club, 91cmL 65 75
785 An early 20th century taxidermy study of a badger’s head, mounted on an oak shield-shaped plaque, inscribed ‘Essex Fox Hounds, Big Wood, Lambourne, 5th Sept 1924’ mounted by the Army & Navy Stores Naturalist Dept, London S.W., ivorine plaque to verso 70 90
786 A 20th century taxidermy study of a chub housed in a glass case with naturalistic background, 37cmH x 67.5cmW x 12.5cmD 100 120
787 A 20th century taxidermy study of a brown trout housed in a glass case with naturalistic background with label inscribed ‘Brown Trout 6lbs 4oz, Chew Valley Lake, Mr Ian Haywood, May 2007’, 35cmH x 70cmW x 14cmD 100 120
788 A 20th century taxidermy study of a pike in a predatory pose, housed in a glass case with naturalistic background, 42cmH x 63.5cmW x 14cmD 120 140
789 A pair of 1930s taxidermy studies of hares, mounted on oak shield-shaped plaques, the reverse both stamped ‘P. Spicers & Sons, Taxidermists, Leamington’ and one with part paper label, both with ivorine plaques to front, one inscribed ‘Oakhurst Beagles, Tuesnoad, Jan 11th, 1930’ and the other ‘Oakhurst Beagles, Lackenden, Feb 5th, 1931’ 250 350
790 A pair of early 20th century taxidermy studies of fox heads, mounted on oak shield-shaped plaques, the reverse both stamped ‘P. Spicers & Son, Taxidermists, Leamington’, both with ivorine plaques to front, one inscribed ‘A.V.F.H., Brewer’s Wood, Feb 4th, 1925’ and the other ‘A.V.F.H., Birchett Wood, March 9th, 1936’ 250 350
791 Four Victorian copper jelly moulds, three of castellated form, one stamped ‘Trottier Paris 12’ and two stamped ‘R.T. 266’ and ‘R.T. 285’, the other stamped ‘110’ 120 150
792 A late 19th century white painted conservatory heater, the removable top with brass knob handle opening to reveal a pot holder, the ornate body decorated with scrolling foliage above a stylized fire place and cherub, the base with acanthus leaf border and bracket feet, 64cmH x 32cmW x 23cmD 70 100
793 A vintage French galvanised 82 bottle wall-mounted wine rack, fitted with a pair of lockable slatted doors, 122cmH x 79cmW x 35cmD 50 70
794 A 19th century copper and silver plate hunting horn by Butler, Haymarket, London, 25cm long 40 60
795 A 20th century black painted cast iron anvil of usual form, 17cmH x 33cmW 60 80
796 Two late 19th/early 20th century Leon Jaeggi & Son copper saucepans and a matching fish steamer (3 items) 80 120
797 A 20th century white painted iron seven-branch candleholder ceiling light 30 40
798 A late 19th century Indian copper and white metal offertory tray decorated with an acanthus leaf border and bands of scrolling foliage, with central deity, 45.5cmDia. 60 80
799 A vintage copper United Dairies milk churn marked U.D.(W) Ltd, Trowbridge, 51cmH x 34cmDia 60 100
800 A large Georgian wire and brass fire guard 10 20
801 A collection of Georgian and later pewter to include pint tankards, an ink well, a monogrammed jug, a pair of salts, some with touch marks 50 60
802 A 19th century gilt pressed brass inkwell stand decorated with scrolling floral swags and fruit, with raised pen holder, standing on bracket feet, together with a pair of bevel-cut glass inkwells with facet-cut hinged tops, 22cmH x 14cmW 50 70
803 A Victorian brass door stop, the slender reeded column with applied ring handle on a stepped bell-shaped base 44cm H 40 60
804 A collection of Art Nouveau door furniture to include five door knobs and 11 finger plates each decorated with stylized tulips plus the three escutcheon together with ten 1930s cream glazed ceramic finger plates 40 60
805 A Victorian brass inkwell of triangular form, raised on griffin supports with mask decoration, 127cm wide 20 30
806 A Victorian cotton lady’s slip with machine ground lace insert to bodice, deep flounce and scalloped edge, a fine cotton slip with lace and ribbon trim to neckline and a cotton lawn hand-stitched slip with lace trim and dotted Swiss front panel (3 items) 20 30
807 Assorted Victorian textiles including lace trimmed cotton bonnets,  a cream silk collar with hand-made lace border, two white cotton maid’s aprons, a pair of linen sleeves, two silk blouses, one with glass buttons, a lace on machine ground shrug plus other items (1 box) 25 35
808 A Victorian white cotton full length nightgown with pin-tuck front, fabric covered brass buttons,  Broderie Anglaise edged neckline and sleeves together with another similar plus a short sleeved example with pink-tuck bib insert (3 items) 30 40
809 A Victorian white cotton full length nightshirt with pin-tucked bib and hand-stitched Broderie Anglaise trimmed collar and sleeves, together with another similar (2 items) 20 30
810 Assorted Victorian cotton and linen undergarments including a fine lawn petticoat with Broderie Anglaise edging, pin-tucked ruffle and hand-embroidered flowers to front, a pair of lace and ribbon trimmed lady’s drawers, silk and voile camisoles with hand-stitched lace trim, a lace trimmed combination garment plus other items (1 box) 30 40
811 A lady’s two-piece evening suit by Susan Small of London comprised of a shift dress with belt and button detail together with a  matching coat with fur-trimmed collar, both in turquoise applique fabric, over-stitched with bronze thread 30 40
812 A 19th century walking cane with ivory knop handle in the form of a parrot with glass eye, 90cmH 100 150
813 A fruitwood cane with silver knop handle together with an ebonised cane with silver ferrule and horn handle, 92.5cm and 91cm 40 60
814 An Indian hardwood walking cane, the handle carved with a kneeling elephant amongst palms above finely carved panels depicting birds, scrolling foliage and acanthus leaves, 91cm 30 50
815 A vintage ‘Drew of Piccadilly Circus’ leather-bound steamer trunk, the top with 1930s Swiss pictorial luggage labels, mounted with brass lock, padded interior and monogrammed E.P.S. together with two suitcases with  brass lock and luggage labels for The Orient Line, Southern Railway, Appledore etc 80 100
816 A small early 20th century tan leather Gladstone bag with brass button lock and leather handle, approximately 19cmH x 42cmW x 21cmD 40 60
817 A small early 20th century tan leather Gladstone bag with brass button lock and luggage label for Montreux Grand Hotel, Switzerland and leather handle, monogrammed E.P.S. with leather lining and single pocket, approximately 20cmH x 37cmW x 19cmD 40 60
818 An early 20th century umbrella, the cane shaft with silver swan’s head handle, dated London 1910, with pink glass edges and chased floral scrolls, 90cmL together with a mid-20th century cane and canvas parasol, 82cmL 50 60
819 A collection of vintage handbags to include a tapestry example with  purse, a black silk clutch bag with bead decoration, a black silk evening bag with clasp decorated with glass beads, a circular beaded purse with silver clasp together with two coloured glass hairpins and a beaded choker necklace 50 80
820 A collection of six 19th century and later fans to include an ivory and silk fan with hand-painted floral leaf, a pierced floral inlaid bone handled fan with hand-coloured leaf depicting Spanish dancers plus four other examples 70 90
821 A late 19th century Victorian crocodile skin travelling vanity case, the fitted interior housing bottles, jars and boxes with silver-plated lids plus mother of pearl handled grooming accessories and folding mirror, 10cmH x 29cmW x 22cmD 80 120
822 A 20th century ‘Young’s’ formal wear grey top hat size 7.5 together with a ‘Young’s’ grey tie and matching dress gloves, complete with fitted case 30 50
823 A vintage Butler Wilson beaded handbag stitched with multi-coloured glass beaded panels and tassels, with jewelled set fastener and interior zip pocket 40 50
824 A mid-20th century wool-work panel depicting a vase and flowers 20 30
825 A 19th century swan feather fan, hand-painted with birds surrounded by flowers and leaves, with profusely carved ivory handle, 32.5cmH x 22.5cmW 150 200
826 An early 20th century celluloid fan, the floral pierced stick hand-painted with blue flower heads and leaves, housed in a glazed gilt frame, 15.5cmH x 30cmW 30 50
827 An Indian silver-handled foliate carved cane with silver collar, 90cmL 65 75
828 A 19th century walking cane with monogrammed silver horses’ hoof handle, 92cmL 65 75
829 A 19th century rosewood walking cane with reeded knop handle and floral engraved brass ferrule stamped collar marked ‘Boseruh’, the lattice carved shaft with leather strap, 89cmL 50 60
830 A 19th century walking cane, the tapering shaft surmounted with a stag antler carved bird handle, 87cmL 20 30
831 An early 20th century tan leather suitcase with brass locks and leather handles, monogrammed to top H.M.C, approximately 18cmH x 55cmW x 37cmD 80 120
832 An early 20th century tan leather suitcase retailed and stamped Harrods, London fitted with brass Legge’s locks, part fitted interior and leather handle, approximately 18cmH x 61cmW x 39cmD 80 120
833 A 20th century tan leather trunk, the lined interior with single pocket and maker’s label for ‘Inthai, Barcelona’ and fitted with two side handles, 41cmH x 70cmW x 50cmD 30 50
834 A handmade cotton lace table cloth made for the Great Exhibition 1851, decorated with central beehive, flanked by roses, thistles and shamrocks for England, Scotland and Ireland with the word ‘Industry’ and ‘1851’, glazed and framed, 76cmH x 108cmW 60 80
835 An early 20th century leather attaché case with re-enforced corners and leather handle, monogrammed C.J.S to top, approximately 13cmH x 45cmW x 28cmD 10 15
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