Fine Art Catalogue

Past Results - Autumn Two Day 2019

Wednesday 13th & Thursday 14th November 

Sale on View: Saturday 9th November 9.30am-12noon, Monday 11th, Tuesday 12th & Wednesday 13th November 8.30am-5pm 

DAY 1 - WEDNESDAY 13TH NOVEMBER - LOTS 1 - 460 - SILVER SALEROOM COMMENCING 10AM

DAY 2 - THURSDAY 14TH NOVEMBER - LOTS 501 - 1127 - SALEROOM 1 COMMENCING 10AM

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Jewellery Section:
Clients are advised that many coloured gemstones are treated to enhance their properties. For example, heating is commonly used to improve the colour or transparency of rubies and sapphires; oiling is used to enhance clarity of emeralds. Such enhancement procedures are widely accepted by the international jewellery profession. While the colour of heat-treated stones is permanent, oiling may need to be repeated after a number of years in order for emeralds to retain optimum clarity.

Prospective buyers should therefore bear in mind that, unless otherwise stated, such enhancement methods could have been used.

Paintings Section:
Droit  De Suite Royalty Charges §.  All paintings and prints in this auction by artists (of an EU nationality) who have died since 1942 will incur royalty charges, if the hammer price (at current exchange rates) is €1,000 or higher.  The buyer of such lots agree to pay Brightwells this royalty and we shall forward it to the artists' collecting agents.  The rate is 4% of hammer price between €1,000 and €50,000.

 

Lots marked * will be sold plus VAT on the hammer price

ALL ITEMS TO BE REMOVED BY 5PM FRIDAY 15TH NOVEMBER

  1. Lot Number 1

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Marrow Scoop engraved crest, London 1809, a Toddy Ladle with coin inset bowl and spiral whalebone handle, and an early bottom marked rat tail Dessert Spoon

    Sale price: £90

  2. Lot Number 2

    Silver & Plated Items

    One dozen Victorian Teaspoons and Sugar Tongs, fiddle and thread pattern engraved initial A, London 1866, maker: G. Angell

    Sale price: £175

  3. Lot Number 3

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver Drum Mustard Pot with scallop thumb piece, London 1861, and another, smaller, Birmingham 1901

    Sale price: £100

  4. Lot Number 4

    Silver & Plated Items

    A pair of George V silver circular Bowls with beaded rims, Sheffield 1925, pair of matching oval Dishes, Sheffield 1926, pair of oval Pin Trays, Birmingham 1919 and a pair of silver lidded glass Jars, London 1933

    Sale price: £175

  5. Lot Number 5

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver large Photograph Frame floral and scroll embossed and pierced, Birmingham 1907, 13 x 10in, another Frame embossed birds, etc and an oval Frame

    Sale price: £170

  6. Lot Number 6

    Silver & Plated Items

    Two George V silver Preserve Dishes with glass liners, Birmingham 1925, and two Matchbox Holders, one with ashtray base

    Sale price: £70

  7. Lot Number 7

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III Irish silver oval Teapot Stand with floral and leafage engraved frieze on shaped feet, Dublin 1804, maker: Robert Breading

    Sale price: £150

  8. Lot Number 8

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Gravy Spoon fiddle pattern engraved initials, London 1814 and six similar Table Spoons, London 1850

    Sale price: £145

  9. Lot Number 9

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Table Spoon old english pattern, London 1802, pair of Georgian Sugar Nips, six early 19th Century fiddle pattern Teaspoons, Sugar Tongs, Butter Knife, Pusher and Fork

    Sale price: £95

  10. Lot Number 10

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George V silver three handled Christening Bowl with hammered design and engraved initials, Sheffield 1931, maker: James Dixon & Son

    Sale price: £85

  11. Lot Number 11

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver helmet shape Cream Jug  engraved floral swags and initials, on square base, London 1796, maker: T.O., and a George III silver oval Jug, London 1804

    Sale price: £105

  12. Lot Number 12

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George IV silver Snuff Box with ribbed and floral friezes, London 1824, maker: T.E.

    Sale price: £210

  13. Lot Number 13

    Silver & Plated Items

    A silver covered Punch Album embossed "Punch", figures, flowers, rosettes, etc, 11 x 9in

    Sale price: not sold.

  14. Lot Number 14

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver oval Milk Jug with engraved frieze, reeded rim, London 1808, maker: Bateman

    Sale price: £115

  15. Lot Number 15

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII large silver Sugar Caster with gadroon embossing, London 1902. AMENDMENT: London 1902 not Chester 1908

    Sale price: £110

  16. Lot Number 16

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Ladle old english pattern with scallop bowl, London 1808, maker: Urquhart & Hart

    Sale price: £95

  17. Lot Number 17

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Basting Spoon old english pattern engraved initial F, London 1814, maker: Peter & William Bateman, and a Georgian silver Soup Ladle old english pattern

    Sale price: £120

  18. Lot Number 18

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver Hot Water Jug of baluster form with reeded bands, London 1898

    Sale price: not sold.

  19. Lot Number 19

    Silver & Plated Items

    Nine Victorian silver Teaspoons, king's pattern, single struck, Edinburgh 1881, maker: J.Mc

    Sale price: £60

  20. Lot Number 20

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Wine Funnel with reeded rim, London 1795, maker: A.F.

    Sale price: £260

  21. Lot Number 21

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Russian Niello Snuff Box, the lid decorated palace, vacant cartouche to base, 2 1/4in

    Sale price: £190

  22. Lot Number 22

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver baluster Jug with scroll handle, Sheffield 1858, maker: M.H. & Co, and a modern silver designer Bowl with hammered design and gilt interior, Birmingham 1990, maker: CEA

    Sale price: £105

  23. Lot Number 23

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver mounted Box embossed scrolls and vacant cartouche, Chester 1898 and a Hatpin Stand with circular base, London 1903

    Sale price: £40

  24. Lot Number 24

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Indian silver mounted six piece Dressing Table Set embossed and chased mythical beasts, figures etc, amongst floral scrolls

    Sale price: £150

  25. Lot Number 25

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver Casket embossed masks, flowers and leafage scrolls, rococo cartouche with initials, London 1897, maker: Wm Comyns, 11 x 6in

    Sale price: £210

  26. Lot Number 26

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver Casket embossed masks, flowers and leafage scrolls, rococo cartouche with initials, London 1897, maker: Wm Comyns, 8 x 7in

    Sale price: £220

  27. Lot Number 27

    Silver & Plated Items

    A silver plated Treasury Desk Stand by Lucas of rectangular form with double hinged compartments, with two scrolled swing handles and raised on four bun feet 11 1/2in

    Sale price: not sold.

  28. Lot Number 31

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Teapot of boat shape with leafage engraved frieze and vacant cartouches on ball feet, London 1806, maker: A.B. & G.F.

    Sale price: £170

  29. Lot Number 32

    Silver & Plated Items

    A silver Paper Clip in the form of a horseshoe and spur on polished stone base, 5in L

    Sale price: £190

  30. Lot Number 33

    Silver & Plated Items

    A modern silver shaped circular Salver, London 1976, and a Comport, Sheffield 1955

    Sale price: £135

  31. Lot Number 34

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver Chamber Candlestick with scroll pierced border, engraved crest and initials with Snuffer, Birmingham 1863, and a similar plated Candlestick

    Sale price: £210

  32. Lot Number 35

    Silver & Plated Items

    A large white metal two handled shaped oblong Tea Tray and a quantity of plated items including Entree Dishes, Salvers, Cake Basket, etc

    Sale price: £690

  33. Lot Number 36

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Indian white metal Model of a Ship with canons, flag and life boats, hinged upper section, engraved 'Presented by Ship's Company I.N.S. Mysore', 6in, an Indian boat shape Dish and an Indian silver lidded circular Box

    Sale price: £320

  34. Lot Number 37

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George V heavy silver Drum Mustard Pot, Sheffield 1912, another Mustard Pot and a Pepperette

    Sale price: £105

  35. Lot Number 38

    Silver & Plated Items

    Two near pairs of Georgian silver Cauldron Salts floral embossed and engraved crests on ornate shaped feet, London 1758/9/ 65, some by Robert Hennell

    Sale price: £190

  36. Lot Number 39

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver bullet shape Teapot engraved initial, Edinburgh 1898, maker: Hamilton & Inches

    Sale price: £260

  37. Lot Number 40

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George V large silver circular Salver with line engraving, floral and leafage scroll border on three scroll feet, Sheffield 1924, 17in, maker: Walker & Hall

    Sale price: £510

  38. Lot Number 41

    Silver & Plated Items

    An EP mounted cranberry glass Claret Jug with opaque white decoration

    Sale price: £130

  39. Lot Number 42

    Silver & Plated Items

    A canteen of silver plated "Russell" pattern Cutlery by Mappin & Webb, 12 place settings

    Sale price: £80

  40. Lot Number 43

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Canteen of EP Cutlery, king's pattern for twelve persons, over 100 items including servers, carving set, etc, in mahogany case having inset leather writing surface to the lid, and a quantity of similar plated Cutlery

    Sale price: £190

  41. Lot Number 44

    Silver & Plated Items

    A plated three branch, four light Candelabrum on fluted column with swag, beaded and corinthian capitals on stepped square base, 15 1/2in

    Sale price: £100

  42. Lot Number 45

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver cased miniature Carriage Clock with white enamel circular dial, ornate corner mounts and handle, Birmingham 1876, maker: C.M., in original Travelling Case

    Sale price: £290

  43. Lot Number 46

    Silver & Plated Items

    A pair of George II silver Pillar Candlesticks with fluted columns, pierced corinthian capitals on square bases with floral swags, London 1756, 14in

    Sale price: £780

  44. Lot Number 47

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver circular Powder Box and Cover floral and scroll embossed, Sheffield 1901, a silver mounted Mirror, a Continental silver mounted cut glass Atomiser, Buffer and five Jars

    Sale price: £170

  45. Lot Number 48

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver five bottle Cruet with central spiral handle on scroll supports with shell feet, London 1768, maker: T & J Daniel, bottle mounts later

    Sale price: not sold.

  46. Lot Number 49

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian small three piece Condiment Set on Stand with bun feet, London 1893, and silver Cigarette Case, London 1967

    Sale price: £45

  47. Lot Number 50

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver Pin Cushion in form of a roller skate, Birmingham 1908, Rgd No 535766

    Sale price: £280

  48. Lot Number 51

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver Pin Cushion in the form of a fish, Chester 1908, maker: Samson Mordan, 1 3/4in

    Sale price: £420

  49. Lot Number 52

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver globular Teapot with gadroon embossing engraved initials, London 1886

    Sale price: £105

  50. Lot Number 53

    Silver & Plated Items

    Eight Victorian silver Forks, Queen's pattern engraved crests, London 1921, maker: Goldsmith & Silversmith Company

    Sale price: not sold.

  51. Lot Number 54

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver helmet shape Cream Jug with gadroon rims on pedestal base, London 1778, maker: Hester Bateman

    Sale price: £165

  52. Lot Number 55

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Jug of barrel shape with reeded bands, London 1810, the later spout, London 1863, maker: Peter and William Bateman

    Sale price: £105

  53. Lot Number 56

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III Scottish silver Soup Ladle, old english pattern, Edinburgh 1799 and a pair of silver and tortoiseshell oval Menu Holders

    Sale price: £155

  54. Lot Number 57

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Vinaigrette with floral and leafage engraving, Birmingham 1810, maker: S. Pemberton, another similar, Birmingham 1808, maker: W.P., and a Victorian Pill Box with leafage scroll engraving, Birmingham 1840, maker: J. Taylor

    Sale price: £210

  55. Lot Number 58

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver shaped circular Salver with floral and scroll engraving, cast border on three scroll feet, London 1858, 10 1/2in D, maker: GR & EB

    Sale price: £200

  56. Lot Number 59

    Silver & Plated Items

    Six George V silver Dessert Spoons and Forks fiddle pattern with bright cut engraving, London 1915, maker: Charles T Maine of Jersey

    Sale price: £170

  57. Lot Number 60

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Table Spoon old english pattern, bottom marked, London 1774, maker: G Smith, another, London 1807, maker: J Lambe, and a Georg Jensen Fruit Knife

    Sale price: £50

  58. Lot Number 61

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver three piece Tea Service embossed scrolls and acanthus, London 1901/1902

    Sale price: £260

  59. Lot Number 62

    Silver & Plated Items

    A fine quality Scandinavian silver and parcel-gilt Hunting Cup with detailed stag hunting scene above bugle, jockey cap, game bag and shot flask, 3in diam

    Sale price: not sold.

  60. Lot Number 63

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver oval Teapot engraved initial S within floral cartouche, pearwood handle, London 1801, makers: Peter, Anne and William Bateman

    Sale price: not sold.

  61. Lot Number 64

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George V silver and blue basse taille enamel Photograph Frame, Birmingham 1929, 10 1/2 x 8 1/2in

    Sale price: £1,180

  62. Lot Number 65

    Silver & Plated Items

    A part Set of Victorian silver Cutlery, hanoverian rat tail pattern engraved stag's head crests, Birmingham 1897, viz: three Table Spoons, four Dessert Spoons, three Dinner Forks and one Dessert Fork, Maker: Elkington & Co, Ltd

    Sale price: £210

  63. Lot Number 66

    Silver & Plated Items

    A part Set of Georgian and Victorian silver Cutlery old english pattern engraved cockerel crest, viz: three Table Spoons, Newcastle 1800, maker: John Robertson, six Dessert Forks, Exeter 1856, maker: James & Josiah Williams, and five Dessert Spoons

    Sale price: £230

  64. Lot Number 67

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Hot Water Jug of baluster form with gadroon friezes, acorn finial, leafage scroll handle on pedestal base, Dublin 1776, Maker: Charles Townsend, small repair by side of spout

    Sale price: not sold.

  65. Lot Number 68

    Silver & Plated Items

    A pair of modern designer silver Candlesticks with three dolphin supports on circular bases, London 2000, 5in, maker: M & A Co

    Sale price: £440

  66. Lot Number 69

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George V silver two handled Fruit Comport with pierced and engraved fruiting vine frieze and border, on pedestal base, Sheffield 1933, maker: Walker & Hall

    Sale price: £400

  67. Lot Number 70

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George VI silver designer three piece Tea Service of oval form, Sheffield 1938/41, maker: Mappin & Webb

    Sale price: £410

  68. Lot Number 71

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Vesta Case embossed golf clubs, stamped 925, a plated Hip Flask and a faux crocodile skin Photograph Frame

    Sale price: £90

  69. Lot Number 72

    Silver & Plated Items

    A pair of George V silver shaped oblong Entrée Dishes and Covers with gadroon rims, engraved coats of arms and initials, London 1925, maker: CLB

    Sale price: £980

  70. Lot Number 73

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Canteen of silver Cutlery for six persons, Dubarry pattern, Sheffield 1979, in case, 44 pieces

    Sale price: not sold.

  71. Lot Number 74

    Silver & Plated Items

    A pair of Victorian silver Gravy Spoons, fiddle and thread pattern engraved initials, London 1866, maker: G. Angell

    Sale price: £95

  72. Lot Number 75

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Gravy Spoon, old english pattern, engraved initials, London 1791, maker: P & A Bateman, and another, fiddle pattern engraved crest, Dublin 1809, maker: Arthur Murphy

    Sale price: £145

  73. Lot Number 76

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Set of Victorian silver Cutlery, ornate fluted pattern for six persons, London 1899, viz: 6 Dessert and Table Spoons, 11 Teaspoons, 6 Dinner and Dessert Forks, Butter Knife

    Sale price: £480

  74. Lot Number 77

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Sauce Ladle, old english feather edge, London 1792, a bright-cut Table Spoon, Exeter 1778, maker: Joseph Hicks, and three Table Spoons, Exeter 1774

    Sale price: £80

  75. Lot Number 78

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Elizabeth II silver Cow Creamer with hinged cover having bee finial, London 1973, maker: Garrard & Co Ltd, 6in

    Sale price: £380

  76. Lot Number 79

    Silver & Plated Items

    Plated Items: A four piece Tea and Coffee Service, three piece Tea Service, large two handled Tea Tray with gadroon rim, double lidded Biscuit Box, six bottle Cruet, etc

    Sale price: £80

  77. Lot Number 80

    Silver & Plated Items

    A 19th Century coromandel Dressing Case with mother of pearl inlaid panel and lockplate, the hinged lid enclosing a fitted interior with silver plated lidded glass containers above two lower drawers, 1ft W

    Sale price: £170

  78. Lot Number 81

    Silver & Plated Items

    A matched set of 19th Century silver Cutlery, fiddle pattern engraved initials, various dates and makers. viz: 16 Table Spoons, 11 Dessert Spoons, 6 Teaspoons, 1 Sauce Ladle, 16 Dinner Forks, 18 Dessert Forks                            

    Sale price: not sold.

  79. Lot Number 82

    Silver & Plated Items

    A part Set of William IV/Victorian silver Cutlery, fiddle and thread pattern engraved crest, London 1830/1867, etc, viz: Six Dinner and Dessert Forks, six Dessert Spoons, three Table Spoons

    Sale price: £500

  80. Lot Number 83

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver Claret Jug with scroll engraving and vacant cartouche, beaded rim, hinged cover with leaf finial, London 1867, maker: H. H.

    Sale price: £350

  81. Lot Number 84

    Silver & Plated Items

    A fine pair of Victorian silver four branch, five light Candelabra with fluted columns, beaded trefoil bases with crest and presentation inscription to Robert Bridgford by C. Bagley Worthington of Sharston Hall, 1877, London 1876, makers: Hunt & Roskell, late Storr & Mortimer, No. 7249, some sconces London 1869, 166oz

    Sale price: £4,300

  82. Lot Number 85

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian burr walnut Vanity Case with hinged cover containing silver covered glass Jars and rectangular box (one jar missing), with mirror to the inside cover and fitted a drawer to the base, 12in W, London 1863

    Sale price: £270

  83. Lot Number 86

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George V silver shaped oval Teapot on shaped supports, Sheffield 1920, and a similar baluster Hot Water Jug, Sheffield 1938

    Sale price: £210

  84. Lot Number 87

    Silver & Plated Items

    A William IV silver wirework Toastrack on ball feet, London 1830, small lancet Toastrack, Sheffield 1937, and an ornate plated Toastrack

    Sale price: £210

  85. Lot Number 88

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver oval semi-fluted Teapot, Sheffield 1901

    Sale price: £140

  86. Lot Number 89

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George V silver baluster Hot Water Jug, Birmingham 1926

    Sale price: £95

  87. Lot Number 90

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver Hot Water Jug with gadroon embossing, scallop rim and paw feet, Chester 1903

    Sale price: £140

  88. Lot Number 91

    Coins

    A collection of Coins and Banknotes, to include two silver 1oz Britannias, Scottish £1 Notes, etc

    Sale price: £105

  89. Lot Number 92

    Coins

    Three albums of H.R.H. Prince William 21st Birthday Stamp/Coin Covers, containing a selection of silver commemorative issues (3)

    Sale price: £200

  90. Lot Number 93

    Coins

    JERSEY, Error off metal strike, 1986 Two Pence, onc a white metal Commonwealth flan

    Sale price: £70

  91. Lot Number 94

    Coins

    Charles II Crown 1679 (ex-mount and gilt) along with miscellaneous Coins, to include a Germany, Hamburg 1876 55 Mark, 1951 Crown, etc (qty)

    Sale price: not sold.

  92. Lot Number 95

    Coins

    A collection of Medallions, to include a cased "Australia 1788-1938 150th Anniversary", a silver "Hereford Regatta, Senior Eights" Medal, etc and a quantity of minor coins and stamps (qty)

    Sale price: £130

  93. Lot Number 96

    Coins

    A raised edge Specimen Crown 1935 in cardboard box of issue

    Sale price: £280

  94. Lot Number 97

    Coins

    Two incuse edge Crowns 1935, in cardboard boxes of issue (2)

    Sale price: £55

  95. Lot Number 98

    Coins

    A George V Sovereign 1912

    Sale price: £225

  96. Lot Number 99

    Coins

    A Queen Elizabeth II Sovereign 2000, in slip card

    Sale price: £230

  97. Lot Number 100

    Coins

    An Edward VII Half Sovereign 1903

    Sale price: £130

  98. Lot Number 101

    Coins

    An Edward VII Half Sovereign 1910

    Sale price: £145

  99. Lot Number 102

    Coins

    A Queen Elizabeth II Sovereign 2001 in pendant mount

    Sale price: £290

  100. Lot Number 105

    Coins

    1oz gold Britannia 1991 in case of issue

    Sale price: £890

  101. Lot Number 106

    Coins

    A Queen Mother gold proof Five Pounds 1990, in case of issue with COA

    Sale price: £1,070

  102. Lot Number 107

    Coins

    South Africa, 1oz gold Krugerrand 1974

    Sale price: £1,090

  103. Lot Number 108

    Coins

    South Africa, 1oz gold Krugerrand 1974

    Sale price: £1,090

  104. Lot Number 109

    Coins

    South Africa, 1oz gold Krugerrand 1974

    Sale price: £1,090

  105. Lot Number 110

    Coins

    South Africa, 1oz gold Krugerrand 1975

    Sale price: £1,090

  106. Lot Number 111

    Coins

    South Africa, 1oz gold Krugerrand 1975

    Sale price: £1,090

  107. Lot Number 112

    Coins

    South Africa, 1oz gold Krugerrand 1974

    Sale price: £1,070

  108. Lot Number 113

    Coins

    South Africa, 1oz gold Krugerrand 1974

    Sale price: £1,090

  109. Lot Number 121

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Lady's mid 20th Century Rolex Wristwatch, the champagne dial with alternating arabic numerals and baton markers and subsidiary seconds dial in steel case on associated steel bracelet, case width approx 21mm

    Sale price: £130

  110. Lot Number 122

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Graziosa square Pocket Watch having circular dial with arabic numerals and subsidiary dial, reverse of case embossed dead game, case width approx 44mm, approx 14gms

    Sale price: £90

  111. Lot Number 123

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A George III silver pair cased Verge Pocket Watch inscribed Jn Champion, London, No. 8820

    Sale price: not sold.

  112. Lot Number 124

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Lady's Tag Heuer Aquaracer Quartz Wristwatch, the mother of pearl dial with arabic numeral 12 and dot markers, date aperture at 3 o'clock, unidirectional turning bezel in stainless steel case on TAG HEUER bracelet, model number WAF1415, serial number RBD6550, case width 27mm, with original box and papers

    Sale price: £320

  113. Lot Number 125

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Art Deco Cocktail Watch, the rectangular dial with arabic numerals in 18ct white gold case, millegrain-set eight-cut diamonds on black cord and leather strap

    Sale price: not sold.

  114. Lot Number 126

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Verity Diamond Cocktail Watch, the silvered dial with gold hands and arabic numerals, bezel and lugs pavé-set eight-cut diamonds on brick link bracelet in 9ct white gold

    Sale price: £220

  115. Lot Number 127

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Gentleman's Oris Automatic Wristwatch, the black dial with white arabic numerals, sweep seconds hand, minute track and date aperture at 6 o'clock in skeleton back stainless steel case, serial number 2239194 on rubber strap with stainless steel fold-over Oris clasp, case width approx 38mm, original box and papers

    Sale price: £280

  116. Lot Number 128

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Gentleman's Omega Geneve Automatic Wristwatch, the black dial with red sweep seconds hand, hourly baton markers and date aperture at 3 o'clock in stainless steel case on black leather strap, case width approx 33mm

    Sale price: £90

  117. Lot Number 129

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Gentleman's Jaeger Le Coultre Automatic Wristwatch, the champagne dial with sweep seconds hand and hourly baton markers in 9ct gold case on 9ct gold Kutchinsky bracelet

    Sale price: £440

  118. Lot Number 130

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Lady's Continental Fob Watch, the engine turned dial with black roman numerals in engine turned case engraved monogram, stamped 18K, contained in wooden watch box with marquetry lid, case width approx 39mm, approx 43gms

    Sale price: £310

  119. Lot Number 131

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An 18ct gold cased open faced keyless wind Pocket Watch, the white enamel dial with roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, marked R. Gaydon Bird, Reigate, case engraved monogram, case width approx 47mm, approx 97gms

    Sale price: £680

  120. Lot Number 132

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Gentleman's Rolex Oyster Perpetual Wristwatch, the textured cream dial with arabic numerals at 3, 6 and 9, coronet at 12, the remainder chevron markers and sweep seconds hand in stainless steel case with fluted bezel, model 6565, serial number 341526 on associated stainless steel bracelet, case width approx 33mm, no box or papers

    Sale price: £950

  121. Lot Number 133

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Lady's Rolex Precision Wristwatch, the cream dial with arabic numerals at 3, 6, 9 and 12, the remainder chevron markers and subsidiary dial on 9ct gold fancy link bracelet, case width approx 20mm

    Sale price: £130

  122. Lot Number 134

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Elgin open faced keyless wind dress Pocket Watch, the cream dial with silvered arabic numerals and subsidiary dial in white metal case, stamped 'gold filled' on fine white and yellow gold Albert, stamped 9C, approx 8gms

    Sale price: £130

  123. Lot Number 135

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Gentleman's Santos de Cartier Automatic bi-metal Wristwatch, the square white dial with roman numerals, sweep seconds hand and date aperture at 3 o'clock, serial no. 296 198767, on bi-metal Cartier bracelet, case width approx 28mm, in red suede pouch

    Sale price: not sold.

  124. Lot Number 136

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Lady's Must de Cartier quartz Wristwatch, the black dial with roman numerals in silver gilt case on black lizard strap, no box or papers and a Lady's Rotary Wristwatch on 9ct gold ribbon effect bracelet

    Sale price: £170

  125. Lot Number 137

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Lady's Rolex Precision manual Wristwatch, the cream dial with gold hands and applied arabic numerals on 9ct gold integral bracelet with Rolex coronet to clasp, case width approx 19mm

    Sale price: £340

  126. Lot Number 141

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring rubover-set step-cut emerald within a frame of eight millegrain-set old-cut diamonds, ring size R

    Sale price: £210

  127. Lot Number 142

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Sapphire and Diamond crossover Ring claw-set round sapphire and old-cut diamond in 18ct gold, Chester 1912, ring size K

    Sale price: £300

  128. Lot Number 143

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 19th Century Malachite Bracelet set oval and baton shaped links in yellow metal engraved mounts - AMENDMENT: Revised estimate £600-800

    Sale price: £600

  129. Lot Number 144

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Ruby and Diamond three stone Ring claw-set round ruby, 0.95cts between two brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct white gold, ring size M

    Sale price: not sold.

  130. Lot Number 145

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Amethyst and Diamond Line Bracelet claw-set twenty oval-cut amethysts, total weight 9cts, interspersed with pairs of brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct white gold

    Sale price: not sold.

  131. Lot Number 146

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond single stone Ring pavé-set old-cut stone in square setting, marked PLAT, 18ct, ring size K 1/2

    Sale price: £180

  132. Lot Number 147

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A platinum Wedding Band, approx 8.70gms

    Sale price: £140

  133. Lot Number 148

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond Ear Studs each corner claw-set princess-cut stone, 1.26cts and 1.28cts

    Sale price: not sold.

  134. Lot Number 149

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald single stone Ring claw-set round stone in engraved mount, ring size N

    Sale price: £600

  135. Lot Number 150

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond single stone Ring claw-set brilliant-cut stone, 2.22cts, between trios of stones pavé-set to shoulders, ring size M, accompanied by GCS Report number 79191-14, dated 12-12-2018, stating colour I, Clarity SI1

    Sale price: £12,000

  136. Lot Number 151

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A modern 9ct gold Torque, approx 12 gms

    Sale price: £125

  137. Lot Number 152

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald seven stone Ring close-set graduated step-cut stones in carved mount, ring size L

    Sale price: £950

  138. Lot Number 153

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Turquoise three stone Ring claw-set graduated oval cabochons with rose-cut diamond points between in pierced mount, ring size K 1/2

    Sale price: £200

  139. Lot Number 154

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond Line Bracelet by HIRSH having fifty articulated links each corner claw-set emerald-cut stone, total diamond weight 7.51cts, in platinum

    Sale price: not sold.

  140. Lot Number 155

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A long Amber bead Necklace, approx 125gms

    Sale price: £220

  141. Lot Number 156

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond Cluster Ring claw-set brilliant-cut stone within frame of eight pavé-set smaller stones in platinum, ring size P

    Sale price: £440

  142. Lot Number 157

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond Cluster Earrings each corner claw-set step-cut stone within frame of pavé-set brilliant-cut stones in 18ct white and yellow gold

    Sale price: not sold.

  143. Lot Number 158

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Sapphire and Diamond three stone Ring claw-set round sapphire, 1.53cts, between two pear-cut diamonds in 18ct white gold, ring size K 1/2

    Sale price: not sold.

  144. Lot Number 159

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A contemporary Diamond Necklace comprised of six star shaped plaques each pavé-set nine brilliant-cut diamonds with fine chain between in white gold marked 9K

    Sale price: not sold.

  145. Lot Number 161

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond four stone Crossover Ring millegrain-set graduated old-cut stones, ring size P

    Sale price: not sold.

  146. Lot Number 162

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond Ear Studs each claw-set brilliant-cut stone, total diamond weight 2.35cts, in platinum

    Sale price: not sold.

  147. Lot Number 163

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond hexagonal Cluster Earrings each peg-set numerous brilliant-cut stones, stamped K18

    Sale price: not sold.

  148. Lot Number 164

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A bombé Cocktail Ring set pink stones and cultured pearls in 9ct gold, ring size M - M 1/2

    Sale price: £150

  149. Lot Number 165

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring claw-set oval-cut sapphire within twelve brilliant-cut diamonds in platinum, ring size V

    Sale price: £700

  150. Lot Number 166

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Aquamarine and Diamond Line Bracelet claw-set twenty oval-cut aquamarines, total weight 14cts, interspersed with pairs of brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct white gold

    Sale price: not sold.

  151. Lot Number 167

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond five stone Ring claw-set brilliant-cut stones, total diamond weight 2.56cts, in platinum, ring size N

    Sale price: not sold.

  152. Lot Number 168

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond five-stone Ring claw-set graduated old-cut stones, ring size R

    Sale price: £500

  153. Lot Number 169

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 9ct gold curblink Bracelet on padlock fastener with numerous charms and Victorian Half Sovereign 1893, approx 63gms all in

    Sale price: £820

  154. Lot Number 170

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond flower Cluster Earrings each claw-set seven brilliant-cut stones within pavé-set eight-cut stones and six baguettes

    Sale price: not sold.

  155. Lot Number 171

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond square Cluster Ring illusion-set brilliant-cut stone within frame of pavé-set stones on split shank set further stones in 9ct white gold, ring size M

    Sale price: not sold.

  156. Lot Number 172

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Aquamarine single stone Ring rubover-set oval-cut stone in 9ct gold, ring size M

    Sale price: £260

  157. Lot Number 173

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Persian Turquoise Earrings each set large round cabochon in rope twist frames in 18ct gold

    Sale price: not sold.

  158. Lot Number 174

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond three stone Crossover Ring millegrain-set graduated old-cut stones, stamped 18ct, ring size Q

    Sale price: £820

  159. Lot Number 175

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A white Spinel Riviere Necklace set twenty eight graduated oval-cut stones in silver gilt, replacement clasp stamped 925

    Sale price: £360

  160. Lot Number 178

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Victorian Diamond Flower Spray Brooch set throughout old and rose-cut stones in silver backed with gold

    Sale price: £480

  161. Lot Number 179

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Opal graduated Bead Necklace with faceted crystal spacers between each bead

    Sale price: £380

  162. Lot Number 180

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An early 20th Century Diamond and Opal Bar Brooch claw-set five old-cut diamonds and four oval opal cabochons to knife blade bar

    Sale price: £500

  163. Lot Number 181

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Cultured Pearl and Diamond Cluster Earrings each millegrain-set pearl within a frame of brilliant-cut diamonds on screw fittings

    Sale price: £320

  164. Lot Number 182

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond five stone Ring claw-set graduated brilliant-cut stones, estimated total diamond weight 1.35cts, ring size P

    Sale price: £700

  165. Lot Number 183

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Chinese Jade Pendant carved in the form of a goose on fine white metal chain

    Sale price: £220

  166. Lot Number 184

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An 18ct gold galloping Horse Brooch with ruby cabochon eye, approx 6.50gms

    Sale price: £290

  167. Lot Number 185

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A three strand Cultured Pearl Choker on cluster clasp set cultured pearls in 9ct gold together with a pair of Cultured Pearl Cluster Earrings on screw fittings

    Sale price: £380

  168. Lot Number 186

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Earrings each claw-set oval-cut sapphire, estimated 1.20cts, within frame of brilliant-cut diamonds in platinum

    Sale price: £2,300

  169. Lot Number 187

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A long Amber bead Necklace, approx 150gms

    Sale price: £400

  170. Lot Number 188

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond Pendant Cross channel-set six brilliant-cut stones interspersed with trios of black diamond baguettes in 18ct white gold

    Sale price: £260

  171. Lot Number 189

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Victorian Diamond Flower Spray Brooch set throughout old and rose-cut stones in silver backed with gold, approx 89mm long

    Sale price: £550

  172. Lot Number 190

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald and Diamond five stone Ring claw-set oval-cut emerald between two old-cut diamonds and two step-cut emeralds, stamped 18ct, ring size J

    Sale price: £190

  173. Lot Number 191

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond three stone Ring claw-set graduated old-cut stones, estimated total diamond weight 1.50cts, in platinum, ring size L 1/2-M

    Sale price: £1,450

  174. Lot Number 192

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 9ct gold graduated Watch Albert with watch key fob formed as a hunting horn with seal, approx 40gms

    Sale price: £460

  175. Lot Number 193

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond single stone Ring claw-set old-cut stone, estimated 0.80cts, in white gold stamped 18ct, ring size L

    Sale price: £550

  176. Lot Number 194

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An early 20th Century gilt metal Garnet Necklace constructed from filigree rosettes each set rose-cut garnet with larger quatrefoil plaque set five stones suspending three drops in centre

    Sale price: not sold.

  177. Lot Number 195

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond three stone Ring claw-set graduated old-cut stones, stamped PLAT 18ct, ring size M 1/2

    Sale price: not sold.

  178. Lot Number 196

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond Cluster Ring claw-set seven brilliant-cut stones, ring size O 1/2

    Sale price: not sold.

  179. Lot Number 197

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Amethyst Bracelet set oval-cut stones and a similar Bracelet set synthetic stones

    Sale price: £150

  180. Lot Number 198

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond Ear Clips set throughout old and rose-cut stones

    Sale price: £520

  181. Lot Number 199

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A single row of graduated cultured Pearls on clasp marked 9ct

    Sale price: not sold.

  182. Lot Number 200

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Moonstone and Ruby Necklace claw-set eleven moonstone cabochons interspersed with trios of round rubies

    Sale price: £1,050

  183. Lot Number 201

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 14ct gold fancy link Bracelet approx 24gms

    Sale price: £420

  184. Lot Number 202

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring millegrain-set oval-cut stone within frame of ten old-cut diamonds, ring size L 1/2

    Sale price: £450

  185. Lot Number 203

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 9ct gold Watch Albert, approx 24gms

    Sale price: £260

  186. Lot Number 204

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Art Deco Jade Brooch set lozenge shaped carved stone in white gold, stamped 9ct

    Sale price: £150

  187. Lot Number 205

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Jade and Diamond Necklace with carved and pierced plaque suspended from trefoil mount millegrain-set five eight-cut diamonds on fine chain in white gold marked 9C

    Sale price: £500

  188. Lot Number 206

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Jade Bracelet having five oval carved and pierced jade plaques with pierced links between on hidden clasp in white gold, stamped 9ct

    Sale price: £240

  189. Lot Number 207

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A three stone Ring claw-set round red and two white stones in 18ct gold, ring size N, and a Dress Ring close-set cushion-cut white stone, ring size P -AMENDMENT to description

    Sale price: £210

  190. Lot Number 208

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 22ct Wedding Band approx 6.60gms and an unmarked Wedding Band

    Sale price: £200

  191. Lot Number 211

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Art Deco Diamond Brooch having stepped rectangular openwork plaque millegrain-set oval rose-cut stone between two pairs of pear shaped rose-cut stones and ten smaller stones

    Sale price: not sold.

  192. Lot Number 212

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Cabochon Ring attributed to Edward Spencer (1874-1938) designer for ARTIFICER'S GUILD, the cabochon-cut oval green chalcedony set within ropetwist and beaded frame in unmarked white metal, ring size M.

    Provenance: gifted to current owner by Godson of Edward Spencer who was also Great Nephew of Gertrude Jane Spink

    Sale price: not sold.

  193. Lot Number 213

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A three strand Cultured Pearl Choker on cluster clasp set smaller cultured pearls in 9ct gold

    Sale price: £160

  194. Lot Number 214

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Set of Dress Cufflinks, Buttons and Studs set black onyx in platinum and 18ct gold, by Mappin & Webb, cased

    Sale price: not sold.

  195. Lot Number 215

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond Cluster Ring rubover-set brilliant-cut stone within a frame of eight smaller stones in 18ct gold, ring size J

    Sale price: not sold.

  196. Lot Number 216

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond Ring close-set five graduated old-cut stones in openwork mount with rose-cut points between, ring size M

    Sale price: not sold.

  197. Lot Number 217

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Ruby and Diamond Dragon Brooch with sapphire cabochon eye, set throughout old and rose-cut diamonds and round rubies in silver and gold, lacks one diamond

    Sale price: £600

  198. Lot Number 218

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond and Cultured Pearl Ear Pendants each claw-set brilliant-cut stone suspending knife blade bar with trio of diamonds and a second bar terminating with single diamond and cultured pearl

    Sale price: £540

  199. Lot Number 219

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A gem and pearl set Butterfly Brooch pavé-set throughout rose-cut diamonds and round rubies and sapphires, pearls to throat in silver backed with gold, lacks ruby eye

    Sale price: £620

  200. Lot Number 220

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Snake Pendant set water melon tourmaline and an enamel George and the Dragon Pendant, both A/F. AMENDMENT: WITHDRAWN

    Sale price: not sold.

  201. Lot Number 221

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Garnet and Seed Pearl Earrings and two Garnet Brooches set rose-cut stones

    Sale price: £100

  202. Lot Number 222

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Aquamarine Bar Brooch millegrain-set oval-cut stone, marked 9ct, a Bar Brooch set seed pearls stamped 14K and a Diamond Stick Pin claw-set brilliant-cut stone which can be detached and fitted in Bar Brooch mount stamped 18K - AMENDMENT to description 

    Sale price: £100

  203. Lot Number 223

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    Two Coral Bead Necklaces, a Coral Bracelet, a Seiko Quartz Wristwatch, a small collection of Costume Jewellery and a Parker retractable Ballpoint Pen

    Sale price: £190

  204. Lot Number 224

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Amber type Bead Necklace, A/F, approx 60gms

    Sale price: £140

  205. Lot Number 225

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 22ct gold Wedding Band A/F, approx 7.90gms, an 18ct gold Wedding Band, approx 7.50gms, a 9ct gold curblink Bracelet with padlock fastener, a pair of Earrings and retractable Toothpick, approx 19gms and a Horseshoe Stick Pin set seed pearls, stamped 14K, approx 3gms all in

    Sale price: £620

  206. Lot Number 226

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald and CZ Ring channel-set round emerald between two cz in 9ct gold, ring size P, a Bow Brooch set turquoise with woven hair verso, a fancy link Necklace marked 9K, approx 11gms and two hinged silver Bangles with engraving

    Sale price: £220

  207. Lot Number 227

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A fine German made mid 19th Century Noah's Ark with hull and hinged roof painted with a bird. Containing a large number of well carved and painted large animals and birds. Complete with the eight figures of Noah's family.  approx. 50 pairs of animals, 20 pairs of birds, pair grasshoppers, pair spiders, plus various single animals and birds. The ark 26in L, 7in W and 15 1/2 in H
    Provenance:
    Originally owned by Edward Fairfax. Passed to his son who was clerk to the House of Lords and remained in the family until 2014 when it was sold to the current vendor. 

    Sale price: £2,600

  208. Lot Number 231

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 19th Century Swiss enamel Timepiece with oval dial having roman numerals, green, blue and red scroll surround, the movement engraved Vacheron Choflat & C, A Geneve 8179, the inner case decorated classical figure, heron support with rushes, on domed base with four reserves of further classical figures, cherub surmount, 7 1/2in

    Sale price: not sold.

  209. Lot Number 232

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A bronze Sculpture 'Infant Awakening' limited edition 1 of 10 by Jemma Pearson, 7 1/2in long, accompanied by Certificate of Authenticity.
    Footnote: Jemma Pearson is a renowned Shropshire based Sculptor.  Her works include Sir Edward Elgar at Hereford Cathedral and Lance Corporal Allan Leonard Lewis VCC -WWI Soldier at Old Market, Hereford

    Sale price: £200

  210. Lot Number 233

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A brass cased Bridge Score Book with embossed front cover of rosette design surrounded by a border of mythical creatures, 6in

    Sale price: not sold.

  211. Lot Number 234

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A small Regency leather covered Table Cabinet c.1820, with gilt metal mounts and paw feet, door opens to reveal four drawers with tooled gilt decoration, 8in H

    Sale price: £240

  212. Lot Number 235

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of 19th Century French Opera Glasses with red enamel, gilt and mother of pearl mounts, marked Colmont Paris

    Sale price: £340

  213. Lot Number 236

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Dresden porcelain Scent Bottle painted figure and flowers in reserves with gilt detail and floral encrustation, silver gilt hinged lid and glass stopper, 3in

    Sale price: £140

  214. Lot Number 237

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 19th Century pencil/watercolour Portrait Miniature of a young gentleman in ornate cut steel easel Frame, 5in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  215. Lot Number 238

    Toys, Dolls & Textiles

    An English Court Dress moleskin Bicorn Hat with cut steel button and chain embellishment - AMENDMENT additional lot

    Sale price: not sold.

  216. Lot Number 241

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Three 19th Century South Indian wood Figurines, c. 1860, painted and varnished, of practising artisans, bases with inscribed paper labels comprising seated Carpenter, Washer Man, and standing Carpenter (ankles broken), chamfered square bases (3) (A/F)

    Sale price: £160

  217. Lot Number 242

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Two 19th Century South Indian wood Figurines, c. 1860, painted and varnished, bases with inscribed paper labels comprising seated Cotton Weaver’s Wife, and Weaver Woman, rectangular bases (2) (A/F)

    Sale price: £220

  218. Lot Number 243

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A 19th Century South Indian wood Figure Group, c. 1860, painted and varnished, of two seated artisans with accoutrements, base with inscribed paper label Gold Smith Shop, rectangular base (A/F)

    Sale price: £240

  219. Lot Number 244

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A large Indian white metal Bowl, Lucknow, embossed with two registers of continuous scenes depicting native soldiers, Hindu dieties, scenes from The Ramayana epic, wild animals, hunters, huts and foliage, the top register featuring a Royal Coat of Arms and blank cartouche, 12 1/2 in D

    Sale price: not sold.

  220. Lot Number 245

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Burmese Kammavaca Pali Manuscript, Mandalay Period, late 19th Century, complete with 16 numbered leaves, some illustrated with celestial adorants, within two red and gold shwe zawa decorated wood covers, 5 x 22in.

    Footnote: Consisting of passages from the Buddhist canon Tipitaka, Kammavaca manuscripts are usually highly ornamental, with thickly applied lacquer and gilded decorations on both covers and leaves, and Pali text written in ornate Burmese characters, so-called 'tamarind-seed' script. They are often commissioned by lay patrons as gifts to monasteries.

    Sale price: £380

  221. Lot Number 246

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Burmese concertina type Manuscript, 20th Century, gilt paper covers and paper leaves inscribed in ink in ca-lonh (round) script, 16 1/2 x 7in.

    Sale price: not sold.

  222. Lot Number 247

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Three Thai or Burmese giltwood architectural Carvings, a stone grinding mortar and pestle, a Chinese bronze furniture lock, a Mongolian bronze cow bell, and a Chinese bamboo tiffin box (8)

    Sale price: £180

  223. Lot Number 248

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A large Thai gilt bronze seated Buddha, Sukhothai style, seated upright, the head with flame usnisha and tight curls, hands in bhumisparsa mudra, his small bow-shaped smile with outlined lips, his long arched eyebrows in relief, inlaid eyes, gilding throughout, mottled plain base, 38in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  224. Lot Number 249

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Thai bronze Buddha’s Footprint, c. 20th Century, cast with small deities and animals in square compartments, concentric circular toe depressions, 52 x 20in.

    Sale price: not sold.

  225. Lot Number 250

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A collection of fourteen small Thai gilded terracotta votive Plaques, mounted in four perspex box frames (14)

    Sale price: not sold.

  226. Lot Number 251

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Thai gilt bronze Buddha’s hand, modelled in vitarka mudra, 5in. L

    Sale price: £160

  227. Lot Number 252

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Northern Thai Khmer-style terracotta bas relief, Chiang Mai, 20th C., depicting four seated deities or devotees, 18 x 21 1/2 x 5 1/2in

    Sale price: £200

  228. Lot Number 253

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Northern Thai Khmer-style terracotta bas relief, Chiang Mai, 20th C., depicting three seated deities or devotees, 17 x 18 1/2 x 4 3/4in

    Sale price: £90

  229. Lot Number 254

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Northern Thai Khmer-style terracotta bas relief, Chiang Mai, 20th C., depicting two seated deities or devotees, one with hand in vitraka mudra (one figure lacking shoulder) 14 x 12 1/2 x 4 3/4in.

    Sale price: £120

  230. Lot Number 255

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Northern Thai Khmer-style terracotta bas relief, Chiang Mai, 20th C., depicting four deities or devotees, standing, seated and flying above, in two sections, 34in H

    Sale price: £120

  231. Lot Number 256

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Northern Thai Khmer-style terracotta bas relief, Chiang Mai, 20th C., depicting seated Brahma, before flaming mandala on a tiered lotus plinth, holding bell and lotus, 34in H

    Sale price: £210

  232. Lot Number 257

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Northern Thai Khmer-style terracotta bas relief, Chiang Mai, 20th C., depicting four deities or devotees, three standing one flying above, in two sections, 34in H

    Sale price: £100

  233. Lot Number 258

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A large Thai bronze Figure of Tara, seated on a lotus base with foot resting on a lotus, 36in H, A/F

    Sale price: £320

  234. Lot Number 259

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Khmer-style monumental sandstone torso of a Female Deity, Baphuon style, probably depicting Uma, wearing a long, vertically striated sampot secured by an elaborate belt with fishtail pleat at the front, 38 1/2in. H.

    Sale price: not sold.

  235. Lot Number 260

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A collection of five miniature Persian Carpets, realistically woven, some with fringes, probably shop samples, and including a prayer rug, largest 11in L

    Sale price: £150

  236. Lot Number 261

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Sino-Tibetan Painting of a seated Bodhisattva, watercolour on paper, 59 x  30in. (framed)

    Sale price: £320

  237. Lot Number 262

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Chigo Monju Bosatsu, a Japanese Kakemono (hanging scroll), Edo Period, the Bodhisattva Monju in the Guise of a Young Acolyte holding a sutra seated on a recumbent Shishi, ink and watercolour, beneath 10-line inscription and red seal, mounted on brocade, 45 1/2 x 18in.

    Sale price: £340

  238. Lot Number 263

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A large Japanese Kutani porcelain figure of Gyoran Kannon, Meiji Period, standing in flowing robes and holding a fish in a basket, 17 3/4in H

    Sale price: £200

  239. Lot Number 264

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of Japanese Kutani figures, Meiji Period, of a Samurai and his Wife, he holding fan, she a puppy, 10in. H (2)

    Sale price: £75

  240. Lot Number 265

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Two Japanese Kutani female Figures, Meiji Period, one with a fan, the other with a puppy, both around 10 1/2in H (2)

    Sale price: £160

  241. Lot Number 266

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Three Japanese Kutani female Figures, Meiji Period, one holding a bowl, another with a hagoita, a third of a folk dancer with straw hat and fan, all about 10in. H (two restored necks) (3)

    Sale price: £65

  242. Lot Number 267

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese Kutani seated female Figure, Meiji Period, wearing a Shinto cap and reading a makemono, 8 1/4in H; and a small Kutani figure ogf a woman with puppy (restored neck) 5 1/2in H. (2)

    Sale price: £65

  243. Lot Number 268

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Two large Japanese Kutani female Figures, Meiji Period, both wearing embroidered kimonos, one in a dancing pose (restored, cracked) both about 15 1/2in H (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  244. Lot Number 269

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A large Japanese Imari figure of a Gentleman, Edo Period, standing facing ahead with one hand raised to his chest, the other enveloped in his voluminous sleeve, his robe painted with, foliage and shou medallions in underglaze blue and green, red and enamels, 15 1/2in. H (restored head)

    Sale price: £220

  245. Lot Number 270

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese Imari figure of a Bijin, Edo Period, standing facing ahead with one hand holding a small bunch of plum blossom, the other concealed, her rokimono painted with foliage in underglaze blue, gilt and red enamels, 10 1/2in. H (restored hair comb)

    Sale price: not sold.

  246. Lot Number 271

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of Japanese Imari Vases and Covers, ovoid bodies decorated with panels of quail and millett, and with figures crossing a bridge, reserved on a flowering prunus ground, lappet borders, red shishi knops, 17 3/4in. H  (one with restored neck) (4)

    Sale price: £500

  247. Lot Number 272

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese Imari Vase and Cover, Edo Period, the shouldered oviform body painted with gnarled flowering prunus tree and stylised paulonia leaves, within foliate mon, peony and peach panelled borders, the domed cover with gilt shishi knop, 18 1/2in. H (cover restored) (2)

    Sale price: £340

  248. Lot Number 273

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese Imari Vase and Cover, Edo Period, the rounded oviform body painted with panels of HoHo birds, flowering prunus and peony, and with bamboo blinds, shishi and flowering prunus, the domed cover with red shishi knop, 18in. H (2)

    Sale price: £460

  249. Lot Number 274

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Two pairs of  Japanese Imari Vases, 18th/19th Century, of shouldered oviform, painted with flowering kiku and with HoHo birds, later wood covers, vases 7in. H (4)

    Sale price: £320

  250. Lot Number 275

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Two pairs of Japanese Imari Dishes, Meiji Period, painted with a landscape within a foliate border, and with a vase of flowers within quail and millet panelled kiku border, all around 8 12/in. D (4)

    Sale price: £90

  251. Lot Number 276

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Two pairs of Japanense Imari Saucer Dishes, Meiji Period, comprising a pair with 5-colour decoration of kiku and peony, 9in. D, and a pair with central kikumon amid peony and prunus blossom, 11in D (4)

    Sale price: £320

  252. Lot Number 277

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Three Japanese Imari shaped Dishes, Meiji Period, comprising a lozenge dish painted with HoHo bird and paulonia, 14 1/2in W, an octagonal dish, 14in. D, and a rectangular cusped dish painted with bamboo  (rivited) 13in W. (3)

    Sale price: £200

  253. Lot Number 278

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Two Japanese Imari Chargers, Meiji Period, one decorated with panels of birds, scholars and shishi, the other with egrets and flowers (both damaged/restored), 18in D (2)

    Sale price: £30

  254. Lot Number 279

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Five Japanese Imari Saucer Dishes, Meiji Period, variously decorated in three and five colours, one with 6-character mark, 12-14in D (three restored) (5)

    Sale price: £75

  255. Lot Number 280

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Five Japanese cloisonne Vases, Meiji/Taisho Period, including a pair with birds in flowering shrubs on a blue ground, three other red ginbari enamel vases, one with mark for the Ando factory, tallest 7 1/2in. H  (slight damage) (5)

    Sale price: £250

  256. Lot Number 281

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of Japanese Kutani Bowls, Meiji Period, of kikugata form, decorated with shishi and brocade balls, 9 1/2in D, and a pair of satsuma charcoal ground gilt landscape vases, 8 1/2in D (4)

    Sale price: £280

  257. Lot Number 282

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Two Japanese Arita Koros and Covers, Meiji Period, one of lozenge form with loop handles and shishi knop, 5 1/4in H, the other of rectangular bombe form with shishi knop, 5 1/2in. H (4)

    Sale price: £320

  258. Lot Number 283

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Four Japanese Imari Vases and Covers, Meiji Period, all of oviform with domed covers and lotus bud knops, two with ribbed bodies, largest 14in H (8)

    Sale price: £340

  259. Lot Number 284

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Three pairs of Japanese Imari Vases and Covers, Meiji Period, two pairs with ribbed bodies and domed covers with bud knops, the other pair with hexagonal bodies decorated with HoHo birds and flowers (restored knops), tallest 12 1/4in H (12)

    Sale price: £320

  260. Lot Number 285

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Three Japanese Imari Vases, Meiji Period, comprising a pair of ribbed vases, 12in H,  and  a  baluser vase (restored),10in H (3)

    Sale price: £130

  261. Lot Number 286

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Four Japanese Imari Dishes, Meiji Period, of fan, kiku and cusped shape, floral and landscape designs, one with Koransha mark, another with 6-character pseudo Chenghua mark, all around 9 1/2in D. (4)

    Sale price: £110

  262. Lot Number 287

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Three Japanese Imari cusped Dishes, Meiji Period, variously decorated with bijin, tsuru and kiku with quails and horses, all about 8 1/2in D (3)

    Sale price: not sold.

  263. Lot Number 288

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Four Japanese Imari Bowls, Meiji Period, variously decorated to the inside and out with flowers, birds, landscapes etc. largest 7 1/4in. D (4)

    Sale price: £170

  264. Lot Number 289

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Three Japanese Imari octagonal saucer Dishes and two Bowls, Meiji Period, variously decorated with Jurojin and crane, Thee friends of Winter, Shishi and peony (with pseudo 6-characer Chenghua mark), one bowl with pierced prunus handles (restored), largest dish 8in. D (5)

    Sale price: £150

  265. Lot Number 290

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A group of Asian Ceramics, including a double gourd vase, Buddhistic lion, arched top tea caddy and a Japanese metal tea canister (8)

    Sale price: £190

  266. Lot Number 291

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A group of Japanese Imari Porcelains, Meiji/Taisho Period, including five jars (one with cover, others associated), three bottle vases, two kikugata dishes (10) (AF)

    Sale price: £190

  267. Lot Number 293

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of Japanese satsuma Vases by CHIKUSAI, Meiji Period, decorated with square and shaped panels of bijin in landscapes and birds, flowers and HoHo bird roundels, reserved on a tomato red and gilt paulonia leaf ground, brocade borders, signed with 2 characters and shimazu mon, 8 1/2in. H (gilt rims rubbed) (2)

    Sale price: £1,950

  268. Lot Number 294

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A fine Japanese satsuma Vase by KINKOZAN, Meiji Period, of slender oviform with waisted neck, the shoulder decorated with fan-shaped floral panels, above a broad continuous frieze of samurai and bijin enjoying the outdoors beneath a flowering tree, a further band of fans and flowers at the foot, signed in a square seal with shimazu mon, 9 5/8in H

    Sale price: £1,400

  269. Lot Number 295

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A fine Japanese satsuma Vase by KINKOZAN, Meiji Period, decorated with a continuous scene of a procession of boys, bijin, thatched cottages, a river landscape in the background, signed with three characters in gilt, 9in H (gilding slightly rubbed)

    Sale price: £1,100

  270. Lot Number 296

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese satsuma Vase by KIZAN, Meiji Period, with hexagonal shoulders tapering to oviform body, decorated with circular and fan-shaped panels of bijin and iris reserved on a river landscape ground, floral shoulders, signed in a sqaure seal with shimazu mon, 8 1/2in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  271. Lot Number 297

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A fine pair of Japanese satsuma Vases by RYOZAN, Meiji Period, of slender oviform, decorated with four large panels of bijin and travellers, geese and pheasants amid flowing branches, signed in a square seal, 9 1/2in. H (2)

    Sale price: £2,500

  272. Lot Number 298

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A fine Japanese satsuma Vase by KINKOZAN, Meiji Period, of small oviform, decorated with two square panels of bijin in an interior and five samurai in a landscape, reserved on a gilt brocade and blue ground, signed in gilt (mark and rims rubbed), 5in. H

    Sale price: £360

  273. Lot Number 299

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Three items of Japanese Sword Furniture including an oval Tsuba for wakizashi, a fuchi and kashira, not matching but all bearing bi-metal decoration

    Sale price: not sold.

  274. Lot Number 300

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A fine Japanese mixed metal inlaid Panel, by Hagiya Katsuhira, Meiji Period, richly decorated with two birds perched on flowering kiku stems and a thin bamboo stem, a third bird flying above, inlaid in high relief with carved gold, silver, shakudu, red bronze and shibuichi, signed on a tablet KATSUHIRA, original hardwood frame, 25 1/2 x 18 1/2in.

    Footnote: Hagiya Katsuhira (1804-1886) was born in Mito where he became the greatest metal artist of his generation. The second son of Teramon Yoshige, he began working for the Mito Daimyo in 1844. During his career he trained many of the most important late 19th and early 20th century masters, including Unno Shomin and Kano Natsuo.

    Sale price: £5,800

  275. Lot Number 301

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Cantonese tortoiseshell Snuff Box, late Qing Dynasty, carved all over with figures in landscapes, hinged lid (chip) 3 3/4 x 1 7/8 x 3/4in.

    Sale price: not sold.

  276. Lot Number 302

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of Chinese Watercolours of birds amongst fruit, 33 x 17in, framed and glazed

    Sale price: £75

  277. Lot Number 303

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of Chinese famille rose porcelain "Double Peacock" Vases, 19th/20th Century, decorated with a pair of peafowl, perched on ornamental rocksissuing peony and beneath prunus blossom, on a turquoise ground, apocryphal 6-character Qianlong mark, 13 3/4 in H, one A/F (2)

    Sale price: £200

  278. Lot Number 304

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of Chinese famille rose porcelain 'Baragon Tumed' bottle Vases, 20th Century, decorated with Buddhist figures and animals on Bodi-leaf shaped panels, auspicious symbols and shou characters, apocryphal 4-character Qianlong marks, 5in H, one A/F (2)

    Sale price: £300

  279. Lot Number 305

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Four Chinese hardwood Stands, three with inset marble tops comprising a tall stand with hexagonal top, 36in H, another inlaid with mother of pearl, 18in H, the third with waisted square top, 18in H (losses), the last a vase stand with recessed top, 27in H (4)

    Sale price: £220

  280. Lot Number 306

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese lac burgauté square Tray, 18th Century, centre decorated with a sage fishing from a bank and a sampan in the distance, scrolling foliate border, reverse with auspicious objects, 7 1/4 in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  281. Lot Number 307

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Three Chinese blue and white Jars, Qing Dynasty, comprising an 18th Centiury landscape jar 7 1/2in H, and two provincial landscape jars (one clobbered), 7in H (3)

    Sale price: not sold.

  282. Lot Number 308

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Four Chinese porcelain Dishes, Ming/Qing Dynasty, comprising a Wanli Kraak plate (cracked)  9 1/2in D, 18th Century Chinese Imari plate 9in D, two Jiaqing Fitzhugh-pattern lozenge dessert dishes, 10-101/2in W (4)

    Sale price: not sold.

  283. Lot Number 309

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Three small Chinese blue and white Jars, Kangxi, each painted with prunus on cracked ice ground, all about 5in H (3)

    Sale price: £420

  284. Lot Number 310

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese blue and white Jar, Kangxi, painted with stylised lotus scrolls, pearls and lozenges (from the Babao), double circle to base, 5in H

    Sale price: £130

  285. Lot Number 311

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese blue and white Jar, Transitional c.1640, painted with Qilin and Bixie, mountains beneath full moon, garden with fence, rocks and palms, unglazed base,10in H

    Sale price: £1,350

  286. Lot Number 312

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese wucai Jar, Transitional c. 1640, painted withtwo vase-shaped cartouches decpicting Qilin and a scholar in a garden, reserved on a foliate ground with small running fuku seal mark, unglazed base (restored shoulder) 10in H

    Sale price: £1,600

  287. Lot Number 313

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese blue and white Jar, Kangxi, painted with three quatrefoil cartouches of mythical beasts, reserved on a cracked ice ground, base with double circle (base cracks) 8in. H

    Sale price: not sold.

  288. Lot Number 314

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese blue and white Jar, Kangxi, painted with three cusped cartouches of Hundred Antiques, reserved on a cracked ice ground, 7 3/4in. H

    Sale price: £400

  289. Lot Number 315

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese blue and white Kraak porselein bottle, Wanli, of onion form, painted with panels of galloping horses and flower sprays, separated by vertical columns, the neck with ruyi border, 10 1/4 in. H (restored rim footring chips, luting crack)

    Sale price: £160

  290. Lot Number 316

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese blue and white Kraak porselein Songbirds and Peony Dish, Wanli, painted in the centre with a pair of birds by a rock and water near a peony shrub, cusped diaper cavetto, the border with panels of stylised flowers and precious objects, 14in. D (cracked)

    Sale price: £260

  291. Lot Number 317

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese blue and white Kraak porselein Geese and Flowers Dish, Wanli, painted in the centre with four geese by the water's edge near a flowering shrub, cusped diaper cavetto, the border with panels of stylised flowers and precious objects, 14 1/4n. D. (cracked)

    Sale price: £340

  292. Lot Number 318

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A rare pair of Chinese Export porcelain Goblets, Qianlong, decorated in famille rose with floral garlands and sprays, knopped stems, wrythen incised circular feet, 5in H (both cracked/AF) together with a Newhall Saucer and a pearlware Creamer (4)

    Sale price: not sold.

  293. Lot Number 319

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Five Chinese blue and white porcelain Dishes, Qianlong/Jiaqing, comprising a pair of octagonal Saucer Dishes painted with pairs of Deer beneath Pine (one repaired), 10in D, a lobed Spoon Tray, 6 1/2in D, an Underdish with deep rim, 11 3/4in D and a provincial dragon Saucer (chip), 6in D (5)

    Sale price: £230

  294. Lot Number 320

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A 19th Century Chinese ivory Card Case, carved in the Cantonese style with cusped panels of figures, 4 1/4 in

    Sale price: £300

  295. Lot Number 321

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A 19th Century Chinese deep carved ivory Card Case depicting numerous figures in a landscape, 3 1/4 in. PROVENANCE: Contins paper label inscribed "Etui ivoire Chinois'. donni a Mlle. Louise Bertin par Victor Hugo"

    Sale price: £140

  296. Lot Number 322

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Collection of four Chinese carved giltwood Panels of warriors etc in high relief, and a carved Kylin, on pine plinth

    Sale price: £620

  297. Lot Number 323

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A stylish pair of Chinese black lacquered wood Mirrors, with broad cushion frames and twin metal swing handles, 36in. W (2)

    Sale price: £400

  298. Lot Number 324

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese Tang Dynasty style terracotta Horse, standing with right foreleg slightly forward, raised head with open mouth, rectangular base, 18 1/2in. H (damage to ears and tail)

    Sale price: £700

  299. Lot Number 325

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of Chinese fossil Dinosaur Eggs, Cretaceous, Xia Xia Formation, Henan Province, in matrix, probably Hadrosaurus, a plant-eating dinosaur living approximately 84-71 Million years ago and which grew up to 32 feet in length.

    Sale price: not sold.

  300. Lot Number 326

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese metal thread-embroidered silk Picture, c. 1900, decorated with a baluster vase and tripod Guei, flowers, utensils and bats, 15 x 18in., framed,

    Sale price: £20

  301. Lot Number 327

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese Tang Dynasty style carved wood head of a Luohan, Qing Dynasty, the smooth shaved head  carved with meditative downcast eyes, arched brows, small full lips and pendulous earlobes, traces of paint all over, 10 1/2in. H (cracks)

    Sale price: £200

  302. Lot Number 328

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A large collection of Oriental carved wood Stands, covers etc. (A/F)

    Sale price: £300

  303. Lot Number 329

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese doucai Dragon and Phoenix medallion Bowl, Xuande six-character mark but 18th Century, decorated inside with central dragon medallion between six phoenix (fenghuang) medallions, the outside with dragons and shou medallions, clouds and crashing waves, (restored) 8 1/8in D

    Sale price: £2,400

  304. Lot Number 330

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A fine Chinese bronze and inlaid Gu-shaped Vessel, 17th Century, for the Islamic market, the flared rim with silver inlaid keyfret band, above a narrow waist with two ribbed collars, and flared base with raised foot, the body inlaid in gold with four registers of different arabic script (two on silver inlaid diaper cartouches) as follows:-
    La ilaha illa'l-lah (There is no god but God) and Yaumu'l-din (The day of Judgement)
    The base with crisp 12-character mark in square seal script reading Xuande Ernian Zhou Xijia Xinhuang Zhuren Zhi (Made in the Second year of Xuande, by Zhou Xijia, Master of Xinhaing). 11 7/8 in H

    Footnote: Compare to a 17th Century bronze Yi (water ewer) and bronze Kuei (censer) in the Victoria and Albert Museum (FE.109 - 1975 and FE.110 - 1975) similarly inlaid in gold and silver with inscriptions and with Xuande marks. The scripts are Kufic and possibly Sini.

    Sale price: £4,800

  305. Lot Number 335

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of Chinese porcelain Table Lamps, of square baluster form decorated with peaches and roundels, wood bases, 21in H (2)

    Sale price: £460

  306. Lot Number 336

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese blue and white porcelain baluster Vase, fitted for electricity, painted with two deer beneath gnarled pine tree, 23 in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  307. Lot Number 341

    Ethnic Items

    A Songye male kifwebe Mask, D. R. Congo, with large sagittal crest, protruberant hooded eyes and square mouth, incised zigzags and painted in red, black and white pigments.

    Provenance: collected in the 1960's by Herr Bahenberg, Germany; ex Peter Leobarth, Hameln, Germany.

    Sale price: not sold.

  308. Lot Number 342

    Ethnic Items

    A Fiji rootstock Club, Vunikau, head with multiple projections tapering to a scratch carved grip, 45 1/2 in

    Sale price: £160

  309. Lot Number 351

    Ceramics

    A 19th Century Meissen Figure Group emblematic of Europe from the series Four Continents after Kandler, modelled as Queen and Horse with crown, sceptor, orb, globe and book, crossed swords mark and impressed 860, 10in H

    Sale price: £900

  310. Lot Number 352

    Ceramics

    A pair of 19th Century hand painted Derby Figures in brightly coloured 18th Century costume on rococo base, 12in

    Sale price: £170

  311. Lot Number 353

    Ceramics

    A pair of 19th Century Meissen porcelain Figure Groups of children emblematic of Summer with flowers, and Autumn with corn and grapes, 10in, crossed swords mark, impressed 236 and 222

    Sale price: £650

  312. Lot Number 354

    Ceramics

    A Continental Figure of Minerva wearing plumed helmet, gold scaled dress with flowing cloak, standing beside her shield with gorgon's face, 16in, and two other Figures, boy with water carrier and girl with sheaf of corn, 13in and 10in (3)

    Sale price: £200

  313. Lot Number 355

    Ceramics

    A small Dresden Bowl painted exotic birds and flowers, a Dresden Cup and Cover painted romantic figures and flowers, cover chipped, a Royal Worcester Mug painted primroses, signed W. Powell and a Derby miniature octagonal Jug floral painted, red painted Stevenson & Hancock mark

    Sale price: £70

  314. Lot Number 356

    Ceramics

    A fine pair of Sevres-style gilt bronze mounted porcelain Urns, late 19th Century, the mazarine blue oviform bodies decorated with jewelled borders above gilt laurel swags, applied anthemion handles suspending chains, on socle bases, 10 1/2 in. (restored) (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  315. Lot Number 357

    Ceramics

    A pair of Meissen porcelain Figures, mid 19th Century, he with flowers in his hat and a single bloom in his raised hand, she with flowers in her basket suspended from a ribbon around her neck, both dressed in 18th Century costume, on gilt lined greek key bases, underglaze blue crossed swords marks and incised numerals C72 and C73 (chips, minor restorations) 6 3/4in. H (2)

    Sale price: £250

  316. Lot Number 358

    Ceramics

    A Meissen porcelain Figure of a Gardener, mid 19th Century, modelled as a cherub digging with a spade, beside a rake and two rose pots, gilt rococo-scrolled oval base, underglaze blue crossed swords mark and incised numeral C100 (minor chips and restorations) 5in. H

    Sale price: not sold.

  317. Lot Number 359

    Ceramics

    A pair of Continental Figures, boy and girl with fruit and flowers on round bases, 9in, a Figure of a Scholar with books and scroll, 9in, and a Figure of a harlequin Jester, 9in (4)

    Sale price: £120

  318. Lot Number 360

    Ceramics

    A Meissen style porcelain Figure of Count Bruhl's Tailor astride a goat, blue crossed swords mark, incised 171, 9in H, a Meissen style Figure in 18th Century costume with hammer, chisel and swords on rococo base, crossed swords mark, incised 1392, 9in H, and a Meissen lace Figure of 'Sleeping Susan', crossed swords mark, 8in (3)

    Sale price: £860

  319. Lot Number 361

    Ceramics

    A Meissen porcelain Figure Group of Goatherd with goats and dog on rocky base, 10in H, crossed swords mark and a later Continental porcelain Figure Group of gentleman with bagpipes and lady with music

    Sale price: £320

  320. Lot Number 362

    Ceramics

    A collection of ten Meissen style Figures in 18th Century costume

    Sale price: £950

  321. Lot Number 363

    Ceramics

    A Sevres style porcelain Vase with reserves of romantic figures in landscape, moulded gilt swags, bleu de roi ground, on gilt-metal square base, 13in, lacks cover

    Sale price: £30

  322. Lot Number 369

    Ceramics

    A heavy cut glass oval Comport with fruiting vine engraved frieze on pedestal base having star cut diamond base, 10in, three other cut glass Bowls and a blue overlaid glass Bottle

    Sale price: not sold.

  323. Lot Number 371

    Ceramics

    A Berlin Vase with lattice pierced rim and floral encrusted decoration, painted with birds, insects and flowers. AMENDMENT: Extensively restored and overpainted, 9 1/2 in H

    Sale price: £150

  324. Lot Number 372

    Ceramics

    A Royal Crown Derby part Tea Set in imari palette, pattern number 2451, approx 27 pieces

    Sale price: not sold.

  325. Lot Number 376

    Ceramics

    A large Royal Worcester Bowl painted blackberries and flowers on blush ivory ground with gilt rims, signed K. Blake, puce marks, 10 1/2in D

    Sale price: £80

  326. Lot Number 377

    Ceramics

    A 19th Century Staffordshire pearlware group of Turks, on a terraced mound between castle and cottage, a flock of sheep and sheepdog beneath, on Sherratt-type base (restorations), 8 x 9 1/2 in

    Sale price: £280

  327. Lot Number 378

    Ceramics

    Three 19th Century stoneware Harvest Jugs and a Spittoon, jugs sprigged in relief with hounds, windmills, hunters, tavern revellers, etc. on two-tone bodies (minor faults), 8 1/2 - 9 1/4 in H, the circular spitton 8 1/4 in D (4)

    Sale price: not sold.

  328. Lot Number 379

    Ceramics

    Three 19th Century novelty stoneware Flasks and a Jug, comprising a Belper & Denby Bournes Pottery William IV flask modelled with the monarch and impressed "WILLIAM, IV, THS, REFORM CORDIAL", (chips), 7 1/4 in H (ex Delaforce Collection label); an Oldfield & Co. Queen Victoria flask, similarly modelled and impressed "QUEEN VICTORIA 1st" , 9 1/2 in H (repaired), a flask in the form of a hunting shot flask, 7in H, and a Mr Punch milk jug, 5 3/4 in H (crack) (4)

    Sale price: £200

  329. Lot Number 380

    Ceramics

    A 17th Century stoneware Bellarmine Flask with bearded mask spout, stylised rosette within a roundel, loop handle, 9in

    Sale price: £290

  330. Lot Number 381

    Ceramics

    Six 19th Century stoneware Vessels, comprising a large Harvest Loving Cup with greyhound handles, 5 1/2 in H, a Harvest Cider Jug, 6 1/4 in H, two Tobacco Jars and a Mug with Royal coat of arms, and a conical Jug 5 1/2 in H, all with sprigged decoration (A/F) (6)

    Sale price: not sold.

  331. Lot Number 382

    Ceramics

    A good Oldfield & Co. stoneware Toby Jug, 19th Century, traditionally posed with empty jug on left knee and pipe by right foot, impressed marks

    Sale price: £170

  332. Lot Number 383

    Ceramics

    Four 19th Century pottery Toby Jugs comprising a jug modelled as Lord Nelson, 11 1/2 in, a seated Toby Jug probably by Davenport, 9 11/2in H, a striding Toby Jug (restored), 11 1/2 in H, and another (restored hat), 9 1/2 in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  333. Lot Number 384

    Ceramics

    A 19th Century Staffordshire pearlware group of 'Grecian and Daughter', brightly coloured on Sherratt-type base, 8 1/2 x 8in.
    Cf: Pat Halfpenny, "English Earthenware Figures 1740-1840", p.267

    Sale price: £580

  334. Lot Number 385

    Ceramics

    A Moorcroft 'Major Mitchell's Cockatoo' pattern Vase designed by Vicky Lovatt, 16 3/4in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  335. Lot Number 386

    Ceramics

    An early 19th Century Minton two handled Jar and Cover painted reserves of fisherman and classical landscape and floral bouquet within floral encrustation and gilt detail, base bearing crossed swords mark c.1820, and 'Popes Temple at Hagley', handles restored, some chips, 7in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  336. Lot Number 387

    Ceramics

    A William De Morgan ruby lustre Vase, painted with a doe amid foliage to each side, lined sockle foot, twin handles, impressed tulip mark, 6 1/2in H (handle restuck, rim chips)

    Sale price: £300

  337. Lot Number 388

    Ceramics

    A Martin Brothers two handled salt glazed stoneware Vase incised dragonflies and rushes, incised mark 24.4.52 R W Martin, London & Southall, 9 1/2 in

    Sale price: not sold.

  338. Lot Number 389

    Ceramics

    A Set of three mid 19th Century Spanish cold painted terracotta male Figures by JOSE CUBERO, two standing and one seated in traditional dress (rifle for one A/F) two with paper labels 'JOSE CUBERO Pasaje de Heredin, Malaga' on wooden bases, 12in and 9in L

    Sale price: £1,900

  339. Lot Number 391

    Ceramics

    A Doulton Lambeth stoneware Ewer by Hannah Barlow incised cattle between green foliate bands, HB to base, 10 1/2 in

    Sale price: £420

  340. Lot Number 393

    Ceramics

    A rare Redcliff Bristol Coffee Can floral painted, angular handle, red painted R mark under, hair crack to base of handle

    Sale price: £50

  341. Lot Number 394

    Ceramics

    An Isleworth blue and white porcelain Cream Boat, c.1757-75, painted with flowers on a moulded body, 4 3/4 in L, and a Worcester blue and white porcelain Tankard, 1770-75, painted with a Chinese garden, both A/F (2)

    Sale price: £90

  342. Lot Number 395

    Ceramics

    A Continental Saucer Dish painted classical landscape within floral border and blue and gilt rim, seal mark, 8 1/2in, small chip to rim and a pair of Bloor Derby Plated painted bouquets in blue and gilt border, 9in, chips to rims. AMENDMENT: Dish is Continental not Worcester

    Sale price: not sold.

  343. Lot Number 396

    Ceramics

    A rare Isleworth blue and white Sauceboat, circa 1768-75, with fluted sides and a smooth area under the lip embossed with a cartouche of prunus blossom, the sides moulded with flowering prunus and pointed leaves forming panels painted in blue with a Chinese angler, pavilion on an island, the same design verso, interior painted with a peony spray and distinctive ornament inside the lip, 18cm L (old chip, crazing)

    FOOTENOTE: Cf. another illustrated by Geoffrey Godden, English Blue and White Porcelain, 2004, colour pl 66 and pl. 310. See also Anton Gabszewicz and Roderick Jellicoe, Isleworth Porcelain, 1998, cat. no. 4, with a related shard of the pattern on the lip shown fig. E. This is illustrated by Massey, Pearce and Howard, Isleworth Pottery and Porcelain, 2003, p. 62, fig. 95, with matching shards on p. 60, figs. 92-93. For a further example see Nicholas Panes, British Porcelain Sauceboats of the 18th Century, 2009, p. 216, fig. 357-358. The painting in the interior of this sauceboat is closely related to the William Goulding bowl dated 1770.

    Sale price: not sold.

  344. Lot Number 397

    Ceramics

    A rare Lowestoft porcelain Coffee Pot and Cover, c.1765-70, painted in blue with oriental flowering shrubs to each side and scattered insects and flower sprigs, the cover with flower sprig knop, footrim with painter's numeral '5' associated with painter, Robert Allen, 8in H, finial and spout chipped (2)

    Sale price: £420

  345. Lot Number 400

    Ceramics

    A KPM porcelain Plaque painted Wilhelmina Sulzer, after the original painted in 1838 by Karl Joseph Stieler, 9 x 7in, in gilt frame

    Sale price: £280

  346. Lot Number 401

    Ceramics

    A KPM Plate from a Service from Royal Yacht SMY Hohenzollern with crests to the centre and rim and with a gilt rim, 10in diam

    Sale price: not sold.

  347. Lot Number 402

    Ceramics

    A Royal Crown Derby Plate from Edward VII Royal Yacht with Royal crest to the rim and with a gilt rim, 9in diam

    Sale price: not sold.

  348. Lot Number 403

    Ceramics

    A Royal Worcester fine bone china 'Imperial Blue' Dinner Service having intricate gold border design on cobalt blue ground, twelve place settings viz: dinner plates, salad plates, soup plates, tea plates, tea cups (one cracked) and saucers, teapot, coffee cups and saucers, coffee pot, 2 x cream/milk and sugar, 3 x graduated meat plates, 2 x tureens and covers, 2 x gravy boats (one chipped) and stands and 2 x bread and butter plates

    Sale price: £750

  349. Lot Number 411

    Books

    FIELDING, T.H. - “A Picturesque Description of the River Wye from the Source to its Junction with the Severn” - Pub. Ackermann, London 1841. With 12 full page coloured views as required, half leather.

    Sale price: not sold.

  350. Lot Number 412

    Books

    MURRAY, Hugh - “An Historical and Descriptive Account of China” - Pub. Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh 1843. Three volumes all full leather.

    Sale price: not sold.

  351. Lot Number 413

    Books

    JAMESON, Mrs - “The Beauties of the Court of King Charles the Second” - Pub. Colburn and Bentley, London 1833. Full embossed leather;
    also: Burke Sir Bernard - “The Book of Orders of Knighthood and Decorations of Honour of All Nations” - Pub. Hurst and Blackett, London 1858. Half leather. 

    Sale price: not sold.

  352. Lot Number 414

    Books

    MORRIS, Rev. F.O. - “A Series of Picturesque Views of Seats of the Noblemen and Gentlemen of Great Britain and Ireland” - Pub. MacKenzie, London. 6 volumes in fine gilt embossed full leather.

    Sale price: not sold.

  353. Lot Number 415

    Books

    de BOURRIENNE - “Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte” - Pub. Richard Bentley, London 1836 in four volumes all half leather. 

    Sale price: not sold.

  354. Lot Number 416

    Books

    CUNNINGHAM, George Godfrey - “The English Nation or A History of England in the Lives of Englishmen” - Pub. A Fullerton, Edinburgh and London. Five volumes half leather gilt embossed;
    also: “The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales as Existing in 1845-6” - Pub. A Fullerton and Co, London, Edinburgh and Dublin 1847. Four volumes half leather. 

    Sale price: not sold.

  355. Lot Number 417

    Books

    BRITTON, John - “Cathedral Antiquities, Historical and Descriptive Accounts” - Pub M.A. Nattali, London 1836. Four volumes, half leather;
    also: BROWNE, Willis - “A survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Man, Lichfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester and Bristol” - Pub. R Gosling, London 1727. Full leather.

    Sale price: £320

  356. Lot Number 418

    Books

    “Medailles sur les Principaux Eventments du Regne de Louis le Grand avec des Explications Historiques” - Pub. Paris 1702. Quarter leather, front board present but detached. 

    Sale price: not sold.

  357. Lot Number 419

    Books

    CRUDEN, Alexander - “A Complete Concordance to the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament” - Pub. London 1838. Full leather.

    Sale price: not sold.

  358. Lot Number 421

    Books

    BUCKLAND, Francis T. - “Curiosities of Natural History” - Pub. Richard Bentley 1883/1885. Four volumes in gilt embossed cloth;
    also: GOLDSMITH, Rev. J - “The Natural and Artificial Wonders of the United Kingdom” - Pub. G.B. Whittaker 1825. Three volumes quarter leather;
    also: HOLMES, Richard - “Queen Victoria” - Pub. Boussod, Valadon & Co, London 1897. Embossed half leather. 

    Sale price: not sold.

  359. Lot Number 422

    Books

    ALDHAM, W.H. - “A Quaint Treatise on Flees and the Art of Artyfichall Flee Making by an Old Man” - Pub. John B Day 1876. Gilt embossed cloth, front board almost detached but present, contents good, all flies and components present. 

    Sale price: £340

  360. Lot Number 423

    Books

    PORTLOCK, William Henry - “A New, Complete, and Universal Collection of Authentic and Entertaining Voyages and Travels to all the Various Parts of the World” - Pub. Alex Hog, London 1791. Full leather, front board almost detached but present. 

    Sale price: not sold.

  361. Lot Number 424

    Books

    FOX, John - “Book of Martyrs”. Three volumes full leather; volume one without front or back cover, loss of title page and several pages at end of book; volume two front board detached but present; volume three title page giving publisher as ‘Company of Stationers London 1641’. The whole as found.

    Sale price: not sold.

  362. Lot Number 425

    Books

    “The Antiquities of St Peter’s or The Abbey-Church of Westminster” - Pub. F Noble, London 1741. Two volumes, fourth edition in full leather. 

    Sale price: not sold.

  363. Lot Number 426

    Books

    SANDYS, George - “A Relation of a Journey Begun An Dom 1610 - Containing a description of the Turkish Empire of Aegypt, of the Holy Land, of the remote parts of Italy and Islands” -  Fourth edition London 1637. Full leather.

    Sale price: not sold.

  364. Lot Number 427

    Books

    SHAW, George - “General Zoology or Systematic Natural History” - Pub. London 1800-1826. 28 volumes including index, all en-suite half leather with gilt embossed titles to spine.

    Sale price: not sold.

  365. Lot Number 428

    Books

    HUME and MARSHALL  - “The Game Birds of India, Burmah and Ceylon” - Pub. Calcutta 1880. Three volumes, rebound in green half-leather, gilt embossed R.I. (Royal Irish Regt.) and bearing ex officers’ mess stamps: “2nd Battalion the Royal Irish Regiment”. Coloured full page plates. Volume one lacking front cover. 

    Sale price: £380

  366. Lot Number 429

    Books

    A large vellum Document from the reign of George IV being details of a Patent for a steam apparatus invented by Thomas Stanhope Holland with remains of large wax seal attached

    Sale price: not sold.

  367. Lot Number 430

    Books

    A most interesting Autograph Album being compiled by a lady who was the receptionist to a Harley Street  ear, nose and throat specialist for twenty years, comprising over 80 autographs. The album includes John Bird, Stratford Johns, Britt Eckland, Dorothy Squires, Michael Redgrave, Jack Hawkins, Barbara Windsor, Joan Collins, Scott Walker, Cliff Richard, Olivia Newton-John, Michael Bentine, Johnny Dankworth, Elton John, Peter O'Toole, Julie Helix and many more.

    Sale price: not sold.

  368. Lot Number 431

    Books

    "The Herefordshire Pomona" bound in two volumes of green half leather with full compliment of coloured plates of apple and pear varieties (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  369. Lot Number 432

    Books

    An Indenture dating from 1630 granting, on payment of Ten Shillings, 23 acres of pasture in West Winch and North Roughton to Roger Sadler. In an oak frame with part of the large original seal also framed

    Sale price: not sold.

  370. Lot Number 433

    Books

    A most interesting Document, bearing the signature of Oliver Cromwell, concerning the liability of arrest of a widow for the debts of her late husband John Head. The document describes how Mr Head ('of good and religious conversation') having been mortally wounded at the Battle of Dartmouth, died owing £3 to the surgeons who had tried to save his life, 'For which sum his poore widow Joan Head hath binne often threatened to be arrested'.
    Cromwell has written 'Release Mrs Head' above his signature alongside those of John Horsham, Simon Worth, John Maye (Constable), Hugh Horsham, Allan Searle and Henry Cole.
    The document displays a compassion and sensitivity not always associated with Oliver Cromwell's character

    Sale price: £1,600

  371. Lot Number 441

    Miltaria

    A double barrelled 13 bore side lock pin-fire Sporting Gun by Moore of London AMENDMENT: ONE ITEM ONLY IN LOT  - No pin-fire sporting gun

    Sale price: £40

  372. Lot Number 442

    Miltaria

    A mahogany Pistol Case likely for a percussion revolver, partitions present but detached, 12 1/4 x 7 x 2 1/2 in, an American Colt Revolver Case in need of restoration and another mahogany Box

    Sale price: £500

  373. Lot Number 443

    Miltaria

    A South East Asian matchlock Rampart Gun, very well made throughout. The heavy 59in barrel of quality damascus steel. Engraved matchlock action. 70 inches overall

    Sale price: £280

  374. Lot Number 444

    Miltaria

    A fine quality 18th Century Flintlock Hunting Rifle. 26in octagonal rifled barrel, 1/2 in bore (between the lands), in extremely good condition. Quality brass mounts, double set triggers, sliding patch box cover, the full stock with raised cheek piece and original carved detail. 41in overall

    Sale price: £950

  375. Lot Number 445

    Miltaria

    A Flintlock Officer's Pistol by Blanch. Large calibre 8 inch barrel with swivel ramrod. Engraved steel mounts, flintlock with rainproof pan. 13 1/2 in overall

    Sale price: £360

  376. Lot Number 447

    Miltaria

    A scarce saw back Sword Bayonet for the Martini Henry Artillery Carbine, complete in original scabbard

    Sale price: not sold.

  377. Lot Number 448

    Miltaria

    Two 18th Century small Swords and a Romanian Airforce Dagger

    Sale price: £180

  378. Lot Number 449

    Miltaria

    A German SA Dagger by Herman Schneider

    Sale price: £340

  379. Lot Number 450

    Miltaria

    A German SA Dagger by Gustaf Weyersburg

    Sale price: £340

  380. Lot Number 451

    Miltaria

    A Chinese bronze Sword of Warring States Period, 475-221 B.C, 21 1/2 in overall

    Sale price: £350

  381. Lot Number 452

    Miltaria

    A rare British 1871 pattern Foreign Service Helmet. Khaki cloth covering and pugri, leather sweat band

    Sale price: not sold.

  382. Lot Number 453

    Miltaria

    An 18th Century Fire Guard's Helmet from the City of Danzig, of blackened iron with painted insignia

    Sale price: £300

  383. Lot Number 454

    Miltaria

    A Prussian Officer's Pickelhaube of the Landwehr Reserve complete with field cover and leather transit case

    Sale price: not sold.

  384. Lot Number 455

    Miltaria

    A Japanese Tsuba for a Katana of Mokko form, gilded raised figures and pine branches against an extremely fine nanako ground

    Sale price: not sold.

  385. Lot Number 456

    Miltaria

    A 19th Century leather covered Writing Slope of good quality bearing an engraved brass plaque "Q.O.R.Y. 3rd Regiment won by Sergt. A. Tudor 1887". This refers to the Queens Own (Staffordshire) Yeomanry

    Sale price: not sold.

  386. Lot Number 457

    Miltaria

    An oil painting by Cedric De La Nougerede of a World War II Spitfire. Image 19 1/2 x 15 1/2 in

    Sale price: £160

  387. Lot Number 458

    Miltaria

    A World War I WAR AND VICTORY Medal pair to 23140 Pte. S.C. Jason, Highland Light Infantry, and World War II WAR AND DEFENCE Medals, 1939/45 and FRANCE and GERMANY STARS in Royal Artillery box of issue to Mr K. Clifford Juson of Leominster. Together with a box of Photographs depicting scenes at Belsen Concentration Camp after it's liberation and a miniature World War II German Dress Dagger.

    Sale price: £90

  388. Lot Number 459

    Books

    ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19th CENTURY. A White Shorthorn in a Landscape, oil on canvas, 19 1/2 x 26 in

    Sale price: £700

  389. Lot Number 501

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    SIR FRANK BRANGWYN RA RWS RBA (1867-1956)
    Breaking up the 'Hannibal'
    original etching, pencil signed
    Pl. 19 1/2 x 24 1/2 in

    From the only edition of 70 signed proofs

    Literature:
    Gaunt 36

    This is one of Brangwyn's earliest large scale etchings. Etched on zinc after a preparatory sketch. HMS Hannibal a wooden screw-ship of the line was built in 1854, powered by 450 horse-power engines. The scene shows the massive hulk of the old wooden Hannibal lying in Castle's breaking-yard at Charlton, Woolwich 
    The artist and writer Walter Shaw Sparrow wrote in 1919 of Brangwyn's depiction of 'Hannibal' comparing it to Turner's Fighting Temeraire, noting however that the 'Hannibal was brought too close to my eyes, occupying so much of a large plate that I cannot see her poetry because I see much of her bulk'. By contrast the Temeraire  was 'surrounded by a great seascape and visiting sunset'...As a big study full of apt concentration, Brangwyn's 'Hannibal' is very good; but yet...it seems to me that he ought to have achieved more because his emotion was all of a piece with Turner's'
     

    Sale price: £650

  390. Lot Number 502

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    GERALD LESLIE BROCKHURST RE (1890-1978) 
    L'Eventail (The Fan) 1921
    etching on laid paper
    signed in pencil, from an edition of 76, with full margins,
    Pl. 6 1/4 x 4 1/2 in; sold with a further etching by the artist titled 'Seule, 1923' (reference William Dolan Fletcher no. 36); two (2)

    Provenance
    : J. R. Bettinson, Esq; thence by descent
     
    L'Eventail is based on the 1916 painting of the same title. The model depicted is Anais Brockhurst. Dressed in an elaborated patterned gown and  holding a fan she stands in a sumptuous interior setting, accented by the mirrors's ornate frame.

    Gerard Leslie Brockhurst spent his early painting career in Ireland. He didn't begin etching in earnest until after the finish of the First World War, eventually achieving success as a print maker and society portraitist. In 1921 he was one of the founder members of The Society of Graphic Art.





    Sale price: £170

  391. Lot Number 503

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    AFTER JOHN COLLET (c.1725-1780)
    'Bachelor Fare or Bread and Cheese with kisses'
    mezzotint engraving, published by Carrington Bowles, London, 1777
    with  horizontal paper discolouration in lower plate,
    Pl.14 x 10 in

    Sold with two other mezzotints after John Collet titled 'Miss Tipapin going for all Nine' (publ.1779 ); and 'The Ladie's (sic) Shooting Pony (publ.1780); together a further mezzotint engraving by Robert Hancock after I. Wright depicting 'Edward Scofield Aet 71. 3 feet 2 inches high, Deputy Clerk of St.Chad's in Shrewsbury', margins trimmed to plate on three sides; four (4)

    John Collet was a pupil of the artist George Lambert. He first exhibited at The Society of Free Artists in 1761. His satirical subjects were often based on those of William Hogarth whose 'Comedy in art' he strove to imitate. A number  of his works were reproduced by leading printmakers of the day.

    Robert Hancock, (the engraver of the mezzotint  depicting Edward Scofield), joined the Worcester Porcelain Company in 1756. He worked there for the next twenty years before having a short spell at Caughley. After 1780 he concentrated more on stipple and mezzotint portrait engravings.

    Sale price: £170

  392. Lot Number 504

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    RICHARD BAWDEN RWS NEAC RE (b.1936)
    'Dead Oaks'
    etching in colours,
    signed, inscribed in pencil as title, and numbered 2/75 in lower margin
    Pl. 19 x 15 1/4 in

    The artist was the son of Edward Bawden. He initially studied at Chelsea and St. Martin's School of Art. Later he became a student at the Royal College of Art. His versatile output  has also included murals, mosaics, stained glass windows and posters, most notably for the London Underground. His work is in a number of public collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum, The Tate Gallery and London Transport. David Buckman noted that 'Bawden's work combined excellent draughtmanship, a true sense of colour and an eye for the unusual'.

    Sale price: £260

  393. Lot Number 505

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE RA RE RI (1851-1931)
    'The Tower of London', Royal Salute
    etching
    pencil signed 'W. L.Wyllie' (lower left margin)
    Pl. 6 1/2 x 14 3/4 in

    Provenance: with W.R. Deighton & Sons, Westminster
                                 C.B Savage, Northampton

    Sale price: £550

  394. Lot Number 506

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ROWLAND LANGMAID RSMA (1897-1956)
    St. Ives Harbour, Cornwall; Newlyn Harbour looking towards St. Michael's Mount
    drypoint etchings, pencil signed
    Pl. 6 1/2 x 11 3/4 in, two; together with a further signed etching by the artist titled 'An Old Two Decker', three (3)

    Langmaid studied under William Lionel Wyllie. Later as a young seaman serving on HMS Agamemnon he made official sketches of the landings at Dardanelles. After WWI he studied at the Royal Academy Schools and the Royal College of Art. As well as an artist he was a highly accomplished engraver, collaborating with Wyllie on the series 'Seafights of the Great War 1914-1918'. In WWII he worked as a war artist in Alexandria.

    Sale price: £350

  395. Lot Number 507

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    AFTER SIR THOMAS LAWRENCE PRA (1769-1830)
    General Lord Lynedock, standing full length, a landscape beyond
    mezzotint engraving by Samuel W. Reynolds, proof before letters
    published Jan 1831 by Colnaghi, 23 Cockspur St. London
    Pl. 25 x 15 1/2 in

    Thomas Graham, 1st Baron Lynedoch (1748-1843), Scottish aristocrat and British Officer had a distinguished military career during both the French Revolutionary & Napoleonic Wars. He acted as Aide-de-Camp to Lord Malgrave in the defence of the town of Toulon (1793). At that time according to the diplomat Sir Gilbert Elliot, 'Graham left the highest character possible both for understanding and courage'.

    Sale price: £90

  396. Lot Number 508

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    AFTER JOHN TRUMBLE (1756-1843)
    'Sortie made by the Garrison of Gibraltar on the 27th September, 1781'
    engraving made by William Sharp, published 1799, unframed, Pl 20 x 30 in; together with a further unframed engraving by William Sharp (after John Singleton Copley) depicting 'The Seige and Relief of Gibraltar', publ. 1810, Pl. 22 1/2 x 32 1/2 in; both engravings with images intact, but with creasing and tearing in margins. two (2) a/f

    In the hope that he could generate interest in his work in England, John Trumbull the American artist, depicted the victory of the British over the Spanish at Gibraltar. Benjamin West, Trumble's mentor had recommended the subject to him, perhaps to rival John Singleton Copley's painting  depicting The Seige of Gibraltar.The Sortie portrays the death of the Spanish Officer, Don Jose de Barboza who made a lone rush against the British Troops after he was abandoned by his own men. He refused aid offered by the British, preferring to die on the battlefield. 
    Copley's engraving of the Seige and Relief of Gibraltar depicts General Lord Heathfield on horseback, leading his soldiers on a fortress. He points towards the fighting and burning ships, with the Bay of Gibraltar in the distance.

    Sale price: £130

  397. Lot Number 509

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    AFTER ROBERT RICHARD SCANLAN (1801-1876)
    Horse Dealing No1; and Horse Dealing No 2
    coloured aquatint engravings by John Harris II,
    published Aug 1841, by R. Ackermann at his 'Eclipse Sporting Gallery, 191 Regent Street, London'
    both prints with significant paper discolouration,
    Pl. 13 1/2 x 16 in; a pair (2)

    John Harris II (d.1834) was a London engraver, who specialised in both portrait and sporting subjects

    Sale price: £80

  398. Lot Number 510

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ENGLISH SCHOOL  CIRCA 1780
    'The Private Correspondence or Betty in the Secret' and 'Willy of the Dale'
    coloured mezzotints, published by Sayer and Bennett, 53 Fleet Street, in 1782 and 1783 respectively,
     both with some paper discolouration, Pl.12 1/2 x 10 in and slightly smaller, two;(2)

    Sale price: £240

  399. Lot Number 511

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    AFTER JOSEPH-SIFFRED DUPLESSIS (1725-1802)
    Portrait of Gabriel Senac de Meilhan, Intendant of Hainault (1736-1803)
    engraving by Charles Clement Bervic, published 1783
    Pl.12 3/4 x 11 1/2 in

    Provenance: C. A. de N. Lucas, Esq, Jermyn St. London, 1874

    The sitter was successively Intendant for La Rochelle, of Aix-en-Provence and of Valenciennes. He witnessed the beginning of the French Revolution in Paris and fled to London in 1790. Later he lived in Aachen and journeyed to Russia at the invitation of Catherine the Great

     Sold with a watercolour by Sue Macartney Snape depicting 'Figures at an Antique Fair'; and a watercolour by Philippe Julian titled 'Chateau Margaux' (Provenance: The Trafford Gallery )

    Sale price: £600

  400. Lot Number 512

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    FREDERICK HOLLYER (1837-1933)
    The Story of Psyche
    three platinum prints, (individual sized 16 x 11 1/4 in, 16 x 35 in, 16 x 11 1/4 in)
    in a black painted arts and crafts wood frame, inscribed with metallic paint, overall size 22 x 68 in

    Provenance: with Christian Klackner, 5, 17th East Street, New York

    The frame is inscribed (left panel) 'Whilst Psyche wept upon the Rock, Forsaken, Alone, Despairing, Dreading-Gradually'; 'Forsaken, alone, despairing, dreading, gradually (centre panel) by Zephyrus she was enwrapt and taken, still trembling like the lilies planted high, through all her fair white limbs'; (right panel) 'Yet Love was not far off'.

    Hollyer was exhibiting copies of prints of  the Story of Psyche as early as 1894 (see The Photographic Journal, Sept 22 1894 no.146) and into the the early edwardian period. Their subject matter reproducing the relief sculpture by Harry Bates of  'The Story of Psyche'. This exists as a silvered bronze triptych, now in the Collection of the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.

     M.H.Spielmann's 'British sculpture and sculptors of today' (1901) includes a full -page advertisement for 'Permanent  photographs of the works of Harry Bates, ARA ... by Frederick Hollyer', including illustrations of the three panels of 'The Story of Psyche'.

    In the late 19th Century, Frederick Hollyer had established himself as a specialist in the photographic reproduction of contemporary art. Catalogues of his 'platinotype reproductions' were issued regularly between 1893 and 1911. Indeed Hollyer exhibited a set of platinum prints depicting Harry Bate's The Story of Psyche in the 39th annual exhibition of the Royal Photographic Society where it could be purchased for £6 6sh. In his review of that exhibition Alfred Horsley Hinton noted 'A finer or more complete idea of relief has probably never been produced than the reproduction of Harry Bates 'Story of Psyche', which is shown by F. Hollyer. The relief of the original clay modelling is so perfect given that it seems difficult to see why, from an aeshetic point of view, such productions should not be largely used for high class decoration...' (The Photograph, November 1894)

    Sale price: £1,200

  401. Lot Number 513

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ALAN HALLIDAY (b. 1952)
    Prague: 'The Villa Bertramka, the stone table where Mozart composed'
    signed and dated 91 (upper right)
    inscribed in pencil as title, and with label verso
    watercolour
    15 x 22 in

    Dateable to 1991

    Provenance: with The Music Theatre Gallery, London 

    The artist studied at the Courtauld Institute and later Oxford University. He had a special affinity with the world of music and ballet. He frequently exhibited at the Royal Opera House and Covent Garden as well as a number of London Galleries including the Ebury Gallery, the Westbourne Gallery and Clarendon Gallery. He painted throughout the world and in 1987 formed and led the European Artists' Group at the Frankfurt Festival.

    Sale price: £140

  402. Lot Number 514

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    VICENZO D'ESPOSITO (1880-1946)
    'The Grand Harbour, Valetta'; and 'Near the Entrance to The Grand Harbour Harbour, Malta'
    watercolour,
    3 1/2 x 7 in and slightly smaller, two; and two other signed watercolours (heightened with gouache) by the artist depicting 'Boats in Valetta Harbour' and 'Off Valetta Harbour' 3 1/4 x 5 1/4 in and slightly smaller; (4)

    Sale price: £550

  403. Lot Number 515

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CIRCLE OF BERNARD LENS III (1682-1740)
    Portrait miniature of a Lady, quarter-length, wearing a red and blue lace-trimmed dress
    on copper
    1 1/2 x 1 1/4 in

    Provenance: Private Collection, Ludlow

    Sale price: £480

  404. Lot Number 516

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CLIFFORD ERIC HALL ROI NS (1904-1973)
    The Circus; The Bull Fight; and Matador and Bull
    all signed, one dated '1935', another '9.46'
    ink, brush and watercolour
    9 1/2 x 13 3/4 in, and slightly larger. three (3)

    Hall studied at the Royal Academy Schools 1925-7. Later he lived in Chelsea, but also visited the continent on various occasions. He lived for a while in Paris.



    Sale price: £350

  405. Lot Number 517

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOHN VARLEY OWS (1778-1842)
    A river Landscape with two figures on a track, a view to a castle beyond
    signed 'J. Varley' (lower left)
    watercolour
    3 1/2 x 5 1/4 in

    Perhaps dateable to the mid 1830's

    Provenance: with Thomas Agnew and Sons, London
                          formerly in Private Collection, Monmouthshire
                          Thence to the present vendor


    Sold together with a watercolour by John Callow depicting a tranquil river landscape; two (2)

    Sale price: £500

  406. Lot Number 518

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DAVID COX, OWS (1783-1859)
    'Terrace, Haddon Hall'
    bears added initials 'DC' (lower left)
    with inscription as title on a label verso
    watercolour
    6 1/4 x 5 1/2 in

    Provenance: J. T. Collins, Esq. Edgbaston, Birmingham
                          Possibly with Thomas Agnew & Sons
                          J. R. Bettinson, Esq
                         Thence by descent

    Exhibited: City of Birmingham, Museum & Art Gallery, Catalogue of a special collection of Works by David Cox, 1890 no. 3 (as Staircase to Terrace, Haddon Hall)

    There were over 400 works exhibited in the 1890 exhibition, including some whose attribution have been subsequently called into question. Such was the demand for Cox's work at the time (his stature being close to Constable and Turner), that enhancement of works was common.

    James Tertius Collins (d.1913), whose label appears on the reverse of the watercolour, was a Birmingham brassfounder and businessman. He was clearly a significant collector. After his death in 1913 there were were several bequests from his Estate to Birmingham City Art Gallery, including watercolours by Callow, Cox and Wimperis.

    David Cox visited Haddon Hall a number of times in the 1830's and also in 1845.

    Sale price: £600

  407. Lot Number 519

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOHN SKINNER PROUT (1805-1876)
    Interior, Chartres Cathedral
    signed 'Skinner Prout' and further inscribed and dated 'Sept 9th (18)61' (lower left)
    pencil and watercolour, heightened with white
    18 1/2 x 13 1/4 in

    The ornamental stone choir screen in Chartres Cathedral was erected  between the 16th and early eighteenth century. It has over 40 niches by various prominent sculptors depicting scenes from the Life of Christ.

    For another watercolour by the artist depicting  the Screen in Chartres Cathedral (dateable to 1862) cf. Christie's, King Street, London, lot 134, July 14th 1992.

    John Skinner Prout, like his uncle Samuel, specialised in architectural subjects. He appears to have travelled to France at least once in the early 1860s visiting Rouen, Caen and Chartres. He was re-elected a full member of the NWS in 1862.

    Sale price: £190

  408. Lot Number 520

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED TO J. ADOLPHE KISTE (op.c 1840-1860)
    A View of Exeter from Exwick Hill
    watercolour
    3 1/2 x 5 1/2 in  (8.9 x 13.9cm)

    A lithograph by T.S. Boys (after a painting by Kiste) depicting a view of Exeter from a similar viewpoint was published in 1850

    Sale price: £75

  409. Lot Number 521

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    PETER BROWNING DUNHAM (1911-1997)
    A river landscape with Troops erecting a temporary bridge; Troops completing the building of a Bridge
    one signed and dated 'Peter R. Dunham 1942' (lower left)
    watercolour
    11 1/2 x 18 in; and smaller; two (2)

    The artist studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture and at the Slade School, London

    AMENDMENT: Two, not a pair. Revised estimate £300-400

    Sale price: £260

  410. Lot Number 522

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    EMIL RIECK ( fl 1858 -1898)
    A view of Oystermouth looking up Swansea Bay towards The Mumbles at sunset
    signed and dated 'E. Rieck 1859 (lower left)
    watercolour with touches of white
    15 1/2 x 20 in


    In the left foreground are depicted the ruins of Oystermouth Castle. Originally built by the Normans, it fell into decline after the Middle Ages. Even by 1650 a survey of Gower described it as 'an old decayed castle of no use, but of a very pleasant situation'

    Sale price: £420

  411. Lot Number 523

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOSEPH BINDER (1898-1972)
    Monochromes 1965, No1 Indigo Light
    pastel
    25 x 22 in


    Provenance: Mrs Cynthia Pearce, 1965
                          Philip and Susan Richardson
                          Thence by descent

    Joseph Binder studied at the Vienna School of Arts and Crafts, before moving to the USA. There he worked as a poster designer. In his work he was particularly interested in the reduction of geometric forms, colour contrast and the psychological impact of colours.
    In the 1960's Binder turned away from his commercial graphic work renewing his exploration of abstract style.
    For another abstract painting by the artist titled 7A (dating from 1968) cf. Christie's New York, July 22nd 2010, lot 87

    Sold with a colour lithograph  titled 'The Balcony' by Andre Bicat (exhibited at The Leicester Galleries, London); two (2)

    Sale price: £500

  412. Lot Number 524

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JAMES DUFFIELD HARDING OWS (1797-1863)
    Persano, on the Bay of Naples
    pencil and watercolour heightened with bodycolour on watermarked paper
    4 7/8 x 7 in

    Engraved: W. R. Smith, for Thomas Ruscoe 'The Tourist in Italy', Jennings Landscape Annual, 1832, Pl. 19 opp p. 257

    Provenance: with Spink, London

    Sale price: £380

  413. Lot Number 525

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOHN GLOVER OWS (1767-1869)
    The Thames and St. Pauls
    inscribed 'London';
    pen and grey ink, with grey wash
    7 1/8 x 11 1/8 in

    A smaller finished view of the same subject is inset in the top left corner. Verso: ink and watercolour study of trees and A Man in a hat

    Provenance: with Spink, London

    Sale price: £260

  414. Lot Number 526

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    PERCY LANCASTER RI  (1878-1951)
    Horse and cart on a Track near Ambleside; A Fell-Side Farm;
    and A Lakeland Pastoral.
    one signed, all with inscriptions verso, watercolour
    sizes 9 x 13 in; 9 1/4 x 13 in and 13 1/2 x 19 3/4 in; three (3) 

    The artist studied at Southport and Manchester Schools of Art. In 1914 he was elected a member of the RBA, thereafter exhibiting widely in the North West of England.

    Sale price: £300

  415. Lot Number 527

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    GEORGE EDWARD LODGE (1860-1954)
    Pheasant Shooting
    signed 'G. E. Lodge' (lower right)
    watercolour and gouache
    11 1/2 x 20 1/2 in

    Provenance: with Woolley and Wallis Auctioneers, Salisbury 3rd December 1997, Lot 81, £850 Anon

    Sale price: not sold.

  416. Lot Number 528

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    G. CLARK SCALDWELL (fl. c.1825)
    'The Silk Mill, Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire'
    inscribed 'Drawn by G. Clark Scaldwell' and further inscribed as title
    grey wash
    8 x 10 1/2 in 

    The North Water Mill  at Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire was situated on the River Ise. On Bryant's 1826 map of the district it is referred to as 'The Silk Mill'. It appears to have been used for various types of textile manufacture until the 1860s.

    Sale price: £150

  417. Lot Number 529

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WILLIAM ALISTER MACDONALD (1861-1948)
    St. Pauls from Bankside
    signed with initials 'W.A.M.' and dated 93 (lower right)
    watercolour
    9 1/2 x 12 1/2 in

    Having been brought up in Scotland, Macdonald moved to London in the early 1880s. Thereafter his principal subject matter were scenes of the city and the River Thames. He travelled widely, most famously in 1925 to the Pacific Islands where he lived for a period in Paul Gauguin's house in Tahiti.

    Sale price: £300

  418. Lot Number 530

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    THOMAS BARKER OF BATH (1769-1847)
    A wooded landscape with figures conversing near a track
    pen, ink and sepia wash
    14 x 21 in

    Provenance: with Appleby Bros, London

    Sale price: £160

  419. Lot Number 531

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    W.G. LOTT (fl. mid/late 19th Century)
    On the Avon, Cloudy Day, with Bitton Church beyond
    signed 'W.G. Lott', with inscriptions as title on old labels verso
    watercolour
    18 x 24 in

    The village of Bitton is sitated in South Gloucestershire on the River Boyd. The Church depicted in the far distance is St. Mary's Parish Church

    Sale price: £220

  420. Lot Number 532

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    RONALD SEARLE CBE (1920-2011)
    'Caution Golf Cart Crossing'
    signed, inscribed and dated 'Ronald Searle, Palm Springs 1963'
    watercolour, on card, unframed
    15 x 20 in

    Provenance: with the Bianchini Gallery, New York c.1964
                         Given by the artist to the illustrator Hans Helweg. (Helweg who was a great friend of the artist, had  introduced  
                         Searle's work  into the United States via the John Locke Agency
                         Thence by descent





    Sale price: £1,600

  421. Lot Number 533

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    EMIL AXEL KRAUSE (1871-1945)
    A harbour at Sunset
    signed 'E. A. Krause' (lower left)
    watercolour
    5 1/2 x 11 in

    Sale price: £220

  422. Lot Number 534

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WILLIAM CRUIKSHANK. (1848-1922)
    A Still Life of a Bird's Nest and birds on a mossy bank
    signed 'W. Cruikshank' (lower right)
    watercolour and gouache
    18 1/2 x 27 in

    Sale price: £200

  423. Lot Number 535

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    HENRY JOHN KINNAIRD (c.1880-1920)
    On the Thames near Henley
    signed 'Henry J. Kinnaird' (lower left)
    and further inscribed as title
    watercolour
    13 1/2 x 21 1/2 in

    Sale price: £380

  424. Lot Number 537

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOHN MOGFORD RI (1821-1885)
    A Landslip near Trimingham, Cromer, 1876
    signed and dated 'J. Mogford 1876' (lower right)
    inscribed on an old label verso as title
    watercolour
    13 x 19 1/2 in

    Sale price: £170

  425. Lot Number 538

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WILLIAM CALLOW  (1812-1908)
    'A Distant View of Wells'
    signed 'W. Callow' (lower left)
    watercolour
    10 x 14 in

    Provenance: with The Manning Galleries, Ltd

    AMENDMENT: Revised estimate £300-400

    Sale price: not sold.

  426. Lot Number 539

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DAVID BATES RI (1840-1921)
    The Road beside the Moor
    signed 'David Bates' (lower left)
    watercolour
    9 1/2 x 13 1/2 in

    Sale price: £240

  427. Lot Number 540

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ENGLISH SCHOOL CIRCA 1860
    The Promenade at Southport
    watercolour
    6 x 10 1/2 in

    Sale price: £480

  428. Lot Number 541

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    FREDERICK JAMES ALDRIDGE (1850-1933)
    Sailing barges off the Dutch Coast
    signed 'F. J. Aldridge' (lower left)
    watercolour
    10 x 15 in

    Sale price: £130

  429. Lot Number 542

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    FREDERICK BOURGEOIS DE MERCEY (1805-1860)
    A crowded street scene with figures
    watercolour
    3 1/2 x 5 1/4 in

    An old label verso states 'From Lord North's Collection, Wroxton Park, Banbury'

    Sold with another watercolour by the same artist (Provenance: formerly with Brian Sinfield, Filkins, Glos) depicting 'A scene with figures on the shore, Folkestone, Kent'. two (2)

    Sale price: £350

  430. Lot Number 543

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED TO DAVID COX (1783-1859)
    Harvest-Time
    watercolour
    9 x 12 1/2 in

    A label on the reverse bears inscription 'Williams Farm, Paddington'

    Provenance: with J. Palser & Sons, King Street, London

    Sale price: £380

  431. Lot Number 544

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ROBERT HILLS  (1769-1844)
    Horses in a farm-yard: and A Farmyard with farmhouse beyond
    watercolour
    3 1/4 x 4 3/4 in; a pair (2)

    Sale price: £180

  432. Lot Number 545

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    HENRY  SYLVESTER STANNARD RBA FRSA (1852-1913)
    'Watching the Ducks' and 'The Shepherd's Charge'
    signed  Sylvester Stannard' (lower left)
    watercolour
    10 x 14 in; a pair (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  433. Lot Number 546

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    VALENTINE BARTHOLOMEW (1799-1879)
    Hollyhocks and a Passion Flower by a garden urn
    signed 'Valentine Bartholomew' (lower left)
    watercolour heightened with white
    36 x 29 in

    Exhibited: Glasgow Loan Exhibition, 1878 in aid of the Royal Infirmary

    Provenance: John Napier, Esq 
                          with James McClure & Son, Glasgow
                          by descent in the present vendor's family

    Valentine Bartholomew was self taught as an artist and began his career working for the lithographer Charles Hullmandel. He first exhibited a flower piece at the Royal Academy in 1826. He was appointed Flower Painter to the Duchess of Kent in 1836 and Flower Painter in Ordinary to the Queen in 1837.

    Sale price: not sold.

  434. Lot Number 547

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JACOBO AZAGURY (1886-1980)
    A Street in Tangier
    signed and inscribed 'Jacobo Azagury, Tangier'
    watercolour and bodycolour
    14 1/2 x 10 3/4 in

    Jacobo Azagury was a Gibraltarian Jewish artist. He studied at the Real Academia San Fernando in Madrid, and later in Lisbon. He was based in Gibraltar for most of his life, becoming a founder member of the Calpe Artist's Society. He exhibited widely in Spain as well as Gibraltar

    Sale price: £100

  435. Lot Number 548

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED TO ERIC ROBERTSON (1887-1941)
    A Highland River
    oil on canvas, unframed
    36 x 42 in

    Sale price: £3,200

  436. Lot Number 549

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    FOLLOWER OF HENRY RAEBURN (1756-1843)
    Portrait of Mary Anne Monkhouse, seated three-quarter length, wearing a red dress and white wrap, a table with books at her side
    oil on panel,
    13 x 10 in

    Provenance: The sitter's family by descent

    The sitter Mary Whitehouse (1799-1869) was the daughter of Thomas Monkhouse of Northallerton, Yorkshire. She married  Lt. Colonel H. Booth in April 1826. Her husband served with the 1st Green Jackets and The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Previously he had  fought in the Spanish campaigns under the Duke of Wellington and Sir John Moore.

    Sale price: £120

  437. Lot Number 550

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    STEPHEN DARBISHIRE RBA (b. 1940)
    The First Flowers; and Lazy Morning
    both signed  'S. Darbishire' (lower left)
    oil on panel
    5 x 7 in; and 6 x 8 in respectively; two (2)

    Sale price: £380

  438. Lot Number 551

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CIRCLE OF JAMES MAUBERT (1666-1746)
    Portrait of a Child
    seated  on a rug, wearing a white dress and red wrap, holding a pet bird,
    an ornametal garden beyond
    oil on canvas, unframed
    50 x 40 in

    Sale price: £1,400

  439. Lot Number 552

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DAVID SHEPHERD CBE FRSA (1931-2017)
    A Muscovy Duck
    signed 'David Shepherd' (lower right), with a written dedication by the artist verso, and dated 'Feb 20th (19)93'
    oil on canvas
    3 1/2 x 5 1/4 in

    Provenance: Given by the artist to the present vendor

    Sale price: £1,400

  440. Lot Number 553

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOHN ALFORD. (born 1929)
    Henley Regatta,
    signed and dated 'John Alford 62' (lower right) 
    oil on board,
    25 x 34 1/2 in

    Provenance: Michael Powell, Esq
                          Thence by descent

    This painting is believed to have been given to Michael Powell by John Alford, at a time when both were working as teachers at Shrewsbury School. Michael Powell was a rowing coach at the school and a member of the Leander Club, regularly attending Henley Regatta

    For another painting by the artist depicting Henley Regatta, cf. Du Mouchelles Auctioneers, Detroit. USA. Lot 2075, 15th Nov. 2009

    Sale price: £1,150

  441. Lot Number 554

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOHN SCORROR O'CONNOR (1913-2004)
    Harvest-time
    signed 'John O'Connor' (lower right)
    oil on canvas board
    23 x  29 in

    Provenance: with the Zwemmer Gallery, London
                          The Richardson family, by descent
                          

    Sold together with an oil painting by A.C. McKay depicting 'A Thornhill Landscape' (Exhibited Royal Scottish Academy, 1965 no.155)

    John O'Connor trained at the Royal College of Art (1933-1937), where his teachers included Eric Ravilious, John Nash and Robert Austin. After the war he became Principal at Colchester School of Art, leaving there in 1964 to become visiting Lecturer at St. Martin's School, London. He held a number of solo exhibitions at the Zwemmer Gallery, London between 1955 and 1968.
    Connor had a nostalgic pastoral vision, sometimes imbued with melancholy, at the passing of time and a changing world. Many of his landscapes portrayed the Suffolk countryside which he regularly visited. In 1989 O'Connor wrote that in his landscape art 'he retained a search for timelessness in subject matter and in mood of painting with avoidance of material that dates or humanises the picture..he also sought unusual weather conditions'.

    For another work by O'Connor, comparable to the work offered at Brightwells, cf. a painting titled 'Landscape with trees', Bonhams Knightsbridge, Nov 19th 2013, Lot 163.

    Sale price: £700

  442. Lot Number 555

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOHN GREGORY KING (1929-2014)
    Brian H. E. Roberts out with the Duke of Beaufort's Foxhounds,
    signed and dated 'John King 1962' (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    20 x 24 in

    Provenance: Brian Roberts, Esq.
                         Private Collection, Powys


    In this commissioned painting are depicted Brian Roberts riding in the foreground, with Major Gerald Gundry MFH hunting the Doghounds and the 10th Duke of Beaufort MFH leading the mounted Field.

    In the 1964-65 season Brian Roberts was Joint Master (with the artist John King) of the Hursley Foxhounds

    Sale price: £280

  443. Lot Number 556

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    VALERIY GRIDNEV (b.1956)
    Natasha in the Studio
    oil on canvas
    19 x 19 in

    Provenance: with the Iona Gallery, Woodstock. Oxfordshire

    Valeriy Gridnev studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts. Since 1999 he has lived in the UK. He has exhibited at a number of leading London galleries

    Sale price: £160

  444. Lot Number 557

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DAVID BARNES (b.1942)
    Cottages, Cardigan Bay
    signed 'David Barnes' on the reverse
    oil on board
    11 1/2 x 15 1/2 in

    Sale price: £350

  445. Lot Number 558

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DAVID BARNES (b.1942)
    In the Carneddau
    signed 'David Barnes' on the reverse
    oil on board
    15 1/2 x 12 in

    Sale price: £380

  446. Lot Number 559

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DAVID BARNES (b.1942)
    Cottage on the Lleyn
    signed on the reverse 'David Barnes'
    oil on board
    12 x 16 in

    Sale price: £450

  447. Lot Number 560

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    GEOFFREY ALAN BAKER (1881-1959)
    'Christchurch Bridge over the Avon, Twilight'
    signed 'G. A. Baker' and indistinctly dated 1925 (lower left)
    oil on canvas
    13 1/2 x 18 in; together with another oil painting by the same artist depicting 'Sailing Boats at Mudeford, Dorset'

    The artist initially studied at Canterbury Art School, and later at the Royal College of Art from 1902 to 1907. He was Principal of Bournemouth College of Art from 1913-1947, and exhibited at the Royal Academy and elsewhere. The Russell-Cotes Gallery, Bournemouth holds a selection of his work. He lived at Christchurch, Hampshire

    Sale price: £150

  448. Lot Number 561

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DENISE BATES (b.1928)
    'A Wet Afternoon at the Fitzwilliam'
    signed with initials 'D.E.B'
    tempera on panel
    11 1/2 x 9 1/2 in

    Provenance: with Sarah Samuels, Chester

    The artist studied at Liverpool College of Art, and later at the Byam Shaw School, 1948-1953.

    Sale price: £300

  449. Lot Number 562

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    EDMUND BRISTOW (1787-1876)
    At the Turk's Head Inn, Eton
    oil on panel
    13 1/2 x 18 1/2 in

    The Turk's Head at Eton dated from 1520, and was an alehouse at the time that the artist depicted it.

    Another version by the artist of the same subject was sold at Sotheby's, London 26th Sept 2007

    Edmund Bristow was born in Eton and spent the whole of his life working in Windsor. The majority of Bristow's patrons were local to the area, and included Princess Elizabeth (1770-1840) and the Duke of Clarence, later William IV

    Sale price: £220

  450. Lot Number 563

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CHARLES JANNIN (fl. mid 20th century)
    'Paris. Notre Dame en Hiver'
    with inscription as title on label verso
    signed
    oil on canvas
    22 x 26 in

    Provenance: with Frost and Reed Ltd, London

    Sale price: £180

  451. Lot Number 564

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    AFTER THOMAS WEAVER (1774-1843)
    The Newbus Ox,
    oil on canvas,
    16 x 24 in

    The Newbus Ox was a Shorthorn/Highland cross, bred by William Hutchinson, Esq of Egleston near Barnard Castle

    The subject  derives from an 1812 engraving by William Ward (after the original painting by Thomas Weaver)


    Sale price: £700

  452. Lot Number 565

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED TO BENJAMIN CAM NORTON (1835-1900)
    A White Shorthorn Bull in a Barn Interior
    oil on canvas
    17 1/2 x 24 1/2 in

    Sale price: £1,300

  453. Lot Number 567

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED TO JAMES LODER OF BATH (1784-1860)
    A Grey Carriage Horse and Spaniel in a stable
    oil on canvas
    19 1/2 x 26 in

    Sale price: £450

  454. Lot Number 568

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    TERENCE  EVAN MURRAY BANTOCK (b.1941)
    Hay- on -Wye from the River, looking towards the Castle
    signed and dated 'T. Bantock 1980' (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    28 x 46 in

    Exhibited: Royal Academy, London.Summer Exhibition 1981

    This painting was commissioned from the landscape artist Terence Bantock in 1980 by the present vendor. Later after the painting had been completed, it was sent to the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition for display 

    Sale price: £1,000

  455. Lot Number 569

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    TOM KEATING (1917-1984)
    Figures at a River-side, a bridge with buildings beyond,
    inscribed 'Dedham Mill, Tom Keating' and further inscribed and dated on the backboard 'Dedham Mill, 1978'
    mixed media on paper
    13 1/4 x 20 in 

    Provenance: The artist's studio sale, Christies's South Kensington, 12th December 1983, lot 133.

    Sale price: £400

  456. Lot Number 570

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    AFTER PAOLO CALIARI VERONESE (1528-1588)
    The Triumph of the Mordecai
    oil on canvas, painted tondo
    26 x 22in, within an early nineteenth century gilded frame

    Painted c.1820 or earlier

    The composition  is after the 1556 ceiling painting in St. Sebastiano Church, Venice. The subject is an episode from The Triumph of Mordecai. The story to be found in the Old Testament book of Esther (Chapters 2-7). It is an intricate and ironic tale of revenge centring around the Jewish beauty Esther and her elder relative and guardian Mordecai. The tale ends with the downfall of Haman, a senior adviser to the King Ahaseurus. In the ultimate irony Haman is eventually hung from the very gallows that he had constructed, in order to hang Mordecai. Veronese's image depicts the later Procession to celebrate Mordecai's Triumph utilising a 'di sotto in su' technique, so that the viewer is shown the event from an unusual angle with remarkable illusions in the composition. It became a source of inspiration for a number of other ceiling paintings of the Baroque era.


    Sale price: not sold.

  457. Lot Number 571

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    GENNADI VASSILIEVITCH MOISEEV (1935-1984)
    'Horse and Cart'
    signed 'G. Moiseev' (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    48 x 74 in

    Provenance: with Manser Callaghan Fine Paintings, 'Selected Soviet Impressionist Paintings 1910-1990'. Shrewsbury, October 1999. 

    Moiseev studied at the Benkov Art School, Tashkent and later at the Ostrovsky Art Academy, graduating in 1967. He was later taught by Evsei Moiseenko, the head of the Repin Academy. 

    Sale price: £1,200

  458. Lot Number 572

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ENGLISH SCHOOL, 19TH CENTURY
    Green liveried Huntsmen and Hounds in a meadow, an extensive landscape with acountry house beyond
    oil on canvas
    43 x 61 in

    Provenance: with Frost and Reed Ltd, London

    In the past, a suggestion has been put forward that the subject may depict either the Beaufort or Heythrop Hunts

    Sale price: £2,600

  459. Lot Number 573

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JAMES PARDON (1792-1862)
    'Samuel'
    oil on canvas
    36 x 27 1/2 in

    Provenance: W. J. Clement. Esq ,MP
                          William Hall, Wateridge & Owen, Auctioneers, Shrewsbury, November 10th 1881, Lot 25. £13 Anon
                          W. Elsmere, Esq.
                          Thence by descent

    A copy of the 1881 William Hall, Wateridge & Owen auction catalogue is sold with the painting; together with a manuscript letter from W. Elsmere dated 25/11/1881. That letter refers to Pardon's painting of Samuel and is addressed to the original purchaser at the 10 November 1881 auction. Elsmere writes..'I am obliged by your favour of this morning, but not being too much of a judge of pictures myself, I do not feel inclined to offer a fancy price for the painting alluded to. My sole reason for wishing to possess it is that a near relative of mine sat for that picture when a child...'

    James 'Canterbury' Pardon was trained at the R. A. Schools and initially exhibited at the Royal Academy from addresses in London and Canterbury where he was noted in a local Directory as 'a portrait painter and carver/gilder' of 51, St.Peter's Street, Canterbury. In about 1837 he moved to the Midlands, and in 1851 he opened a portrait studio in Shrewsbury. There he painted a number of local figures including RiceWynne, Mayor of Shrewsbury and Robert Darwin (father of Charles Darwin), then a doctor at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital.
                   

    Sale price: £700

  460. Lot Number 574

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    EDMUND MARRINER GILL (1820-1894)
    On the Banks of a River, Morning; and Landscape, Evening
    signed and dated 'E. Gill, 1857' (lower right and left respectively), and further inscribed on labels verso
    oil on panel
    9 x 12 in, a pair (2)

    The artist studied at the Royal Academy schools, and specialised in landscape views. He is said to have been much influenced by David Cox after meeting him in Birmingham in 1841. He exhibited at the Royal Academy a number of times. Although based in London he also worked from addresses in Ludlow and Hereford.

    Sale price: £400

  461. Lot Number 575

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ALFRED VICKERS (1786-1868)
    On the River Orwell; and A View in Essex
    oil on canvas
    8 1/4 x 12 1/2 in; a pair (2)

    Provenance: with St. James's Gallery, Jermyn St, London

    For another view by the artist depicting a scene on the river Orwell cf. Tennants Auctioneers, Leyburn, 19th November 2010, lot 845

    Sale price: £750

  462. Lot Number 576

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    PETER SHACKLETON (b.1933)
    Man Fishing
    signed and dated 'Peter Shackleton 56' (lower left)
    oil on canvas
    20 x 28 in

    Provenance: with Crane Kalman Gallery, London, June 1959
                             The Richardson family, by descent
                            


    A correspondent of the Manchester Guardian (1956) wrote that of four young Northern artists exhibiting at the Crane Gallery, Manchester in that year 'it was Peter Shackleton, the younger of the four, who on this showing might well go far... he has a refined sense of colour, richer and more flexible than either of his apparent mentors, uses exacting in placing...and has an infallible slightly whimsical taste'.

    Sale price: £480

  463. Lot Number 577

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    PETER SHACKLETON (b.1933)
    The Plough
    signed and dated 'Peter Shackleton 56' (lower left) 
    inscribed with title and exhibition price (£36) on label verso
    oil on canvas
    22 x 30 in

    Provenance: with Crane Kalman Gallery, London, June 1959
                          The Richardson Family, by descent
                          

    Peter Shackleton studied at Accrington School of Art and at Liverpool College of Art. Later he taught at Blackburn School of Art. His first London show was at the Crane Kalman Gallery in 1959.

    Sale price: £400

  464. Lot Number 578

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    HENRY GILLARD GLINDONI RBA, ARWS (1852-1913)
    'Bamboozling'; and 'Fatherly Advice'
    signed 'H. Gillard Glindoni', (lower left and right respectively), one dated 1886,
     inscribed as titles on the original artist's labels verso
    oil on panel
    7 x 9 in, and slightly smaller; two (2)

    Glindoni specialised in historical genre, theatre and costume subjects. This interest originally derived from working with his uncle Frederick Young, as a scenery painter for the Collosseum and various other London theatres. He is said to have from an early age supplemented his income by drawing sketches of actors dressed in costume for their plays

    Sale price: £850

  465. Lot Number 579

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED  TO FRANZ VON DEFREGGER (1835-1921)
    Children playing in an Interior
    oil on canvas
    21 x 35 in

    Sale price: not sold.

  466. Lot Number 580

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    AUGUST VON SIEGEN (1850-1910))
    A Quay-side, Hamburg
    signed 'Aug. Siegen' (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    20 1/2 x 16 1/2 in  (52.1 x 41.9cm)

    Provenance: purchased by the present vendor at Henry Duke and Son, Dorchester, in 2007

    Sale price: £380

  467. Lot Number 581

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JUAN SOLER (b.1951 )
    On a Paris Street
    signed 'J. Soler' (lower left)
    oil on canvas
    19 1/2 x 24 in

    Juan Soler (Juan de la Cruz Lopez) was brought up in Barcelona and studied at various art schools in that city including the Escuela de Artes y Oficios, and later at the Escuela de Bellas Artes de San Jorge. After that he worked in the studio of the artist Master Valls. In 1969 he won the silver medal at the Bienal de la Ciudad de Barcelona. Later in 1976 he won the Young Painter's Award at the Sala Pares in Barcelona. He has exhibited widely within Spain at galleries in Barcelona, Madrid, Lerida  and Alicante and also the USA.

    Sale price: £1,000

  468. Lot Number 582

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WILLIAM HENRY DAVIS (1786-1865)
    Preparing the Dray
    signed and dated 'W. H. Davis Pinx 1839' (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    28 x 36 in  (71.2 x 91.4cm)

    Sale price: not sold.

  469. Lot Number 583

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    VICTORIA CROWE OBE FRSE RSA ( b1945)
    Wide Autumnal Lane, Erchless
    signed 'Victoria Crowe' (lower right), and inscribed as title on the reverse
    oil on canvas
    16 x 20 in

    The lane depicted is near Erchless Castle, Inverness-shire

    Provenance: with The Thackeray Gallery, London. April 1983
                         Private Collection Inverness-shire

    The subject matter of this work is closely related to another larger painting by the artist titled titled 'Entrance to Erchless'. That work was acquired in 1983 for the Robert Fleming Holdings Ltd Collection, London.

    Sale price: £1,100

  470. Lot Number 584

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ARTURO CALOSCI (1895-1926)
    The Love Song
    signed and inscribed 'A. Calosci, Firenze' (lower right)
    oil on panel
    17 x 23 in

    Provenance: formerly in a Private Collection, Dorset

    Arturo Calosci (1855-1926) studied at the Academy of Beaux-Arts in Florence. He stayed working in the same city for the rest of his life specialising in genre subjects.

    Sale price: £600

  471. Lot Number 585

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    GONZALO  BILBAO Y MARTINEZ (1860-1938)
    'A Halt for Refreshment'
    signed, inscribed and dated 'G. Bilbao, Sevilla (18)99', and further inscribed in Spanish
    oil on panel
    17 1/2 x 22 1/2 in

    Provenance: formerly in a Private Collection, Dorset

    The artist studied in Seville under Francisco and Pedro Vega. Later he travelled widely in Algeria, France and Morocco. He also lived for a period of three years in Rome before returning to Spain in 1884. In 1893 He was appointed a member of The Seville Academy of Arts

    Sale price: £2,400

  472. Lot Number 586

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOHN NAPPER (1916- 2001)
    Hay- on -Wye
    signed and dated  'J. Napper 1982' (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    38 x 42 in


    Provenance: Commissioned from the artist by the present vendor.


    The backing board appears to have been  originally used for a painting by Sir Gerald Kelly PRA, before being adapted for re-use on this painting

    John Napper studied at Dundee School of Art and the RA Schools. Later he studied under Sir Gerald Kelly. He was a war artist in Ceylon, and after the war he taught at St Martin's School, London. A long series of solo shows began with an exhibition at The Leicester Galleries from 1949, and continued with a number of other exhibitions at various galleries in the UK. He exhibited both in London and America and held retrospectives at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 1959, Oldham Art Gallery, 1959 and Colnaghi, London 1996.  Later he lived in Paris and briefly in the USA. He settled in Shropshire in 1971.

    Sale price: £3,200

  473. Lot Number 587

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    SIDNEY RICHARD PERCY (1822-1886)
    In the Highlands
    signed 'S. R. Percy' (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    20 x 30 in

    Provenance: Purchased from the Cooling Galleries, Bond Street, London, circa 1965
                         Thence by descent to the present vendor

    Sidney Richard Percy was taught by his father, the landscape painter Edward Williams (1781-1855), and was one of an extended family of talented artists. In a working career stretching over 40 years he exhibited nearly 200 landscape subjects at the Royal Academy, The British Institution and the Suffolk Street Gallery of the Society of British Artists.
    In his early years as an artist, Percy concentrated on depicting landscapes within a reasonably close proximity to his home in Barnes. However as he matured as a landscape painter, he increasingly sought inspiration in Devon, Yorkshire, The Lake District and further afield.
    His detailed landscapes proved particularly popular with the Victorian  public, and their sales afforded him the ability to live a  life of some affluence.. Acclaim for Percy's landscapes perhaps reached its zenith in the 1860s, soon after Prince Albert had given one of Percy's landscapes to his wife Queen Victoria.This is still retained in the Royal Collection.
    After a painting tour of Switzerland with William Callow in 1866,  Sidney Percy returned to England, re-inspired to depict the grandeur of the mountain scenery within Britain. Not only did he travel to North Wales, but in the 1870's made a number of painting expeditions to the Scottish Highlands and the Isle of Skye. The example at Brightwells may well have been painted at that time. 

    Sale price: £5,000

  474. Lot Number 588

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DAVID BATES RI (1840-1921)
    Bransford  Bridge on the Teme
    signed and dated 'D. Bates 1901 (lower left),
    and further signed, inscribed as title, and dated 1901on the reverse
    oil on canvas
    24 x 31 in

    Provenance: Private Collection, Staffordshire

    The ancient village of Bransford sits adjoining the river Teme, in an area of countryside between Worcester and Malvern frequently painted by Bates.The origins of the name of Bransford are unknown but is believed to originally  have translated as 'Ford at Bragen'. The village is located near a stategic crossing point over the river. The first bridge here over the Teme was built in 1338, and it has been re-built a number of times since that time.In the 17th century a bridge was destroyed here by King Charles 11's Scottish Army.
          A Victorian directory noted that there was a corn mill near the bridge, and also a small manufactory there for agricultural implements. It also housed a group of glove-sewers.

    David Bates worked as a painter at the Worcester Porcelain factory for over twenty-five years, before leaving in 1880 to pursue his own career as an artist. During that time he lived at various addresses in Worcester and Malvern

    Sale price: £2,600

  475. Lot Number 589

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ASCRIBED TO JOHAN JOSEF ZOFFANY (1733-1810)
    Portrait of a Gentleman, traditionally identified as Augustin Jacob,
    half-length, wearing a dark claret coat and white cravat
    oil on canvas
    30 x 25 in 

    Augustin Jacob (1747-1811), the presumed sitter, was the son of John (Jean) Jacob, a London diamond merchant and silversmith. His mother Anne Courtauld (1710-1793) was the sister of the Huguenot metalsmith Samuel Courtauld. 
    Zoffany certainly had many links with the Huguenot community working in London. He painted for instance in 1760 a portrait of the Huguenot clockmaker Stephen Rimbault , who employed Zoffany temporarily to paint clock faces, and who also introduced him to the portrait painter Benjamin Wilson

    Provenance: The sitter's family, by descent

    Sale price: £1,500

  476. Lot Number 590

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    THOMAS SIDNEY COOPER RA (1803-1902)
    Head of a Shorthorn Cow, a landscape beyond
    oil on canvas
    39 1/2 x 32 in

    Provenance: The Artist's studio sale, Christie's, King Street, London, 12th April 1902, Lot 123 (21 guineas to Bowden)
                          
    Anon sale, Sotheby's Belgravia, London 27th March 1979, lot 110 as 'a bull's head' (£250 to Apollo Galleries)
                          Kenneth J. Westwood, Esq, Dorset
                          Christie's, King Street, London, 11th June 1993, Lot 199. £3600. Anon
                          Private Collection, Inverness-shire

    Exhibited: Canterbury-Royal Museum, Early Drawings, etc...by Thomas Sidney Cooper, RA, 1992. no.59 (Exhibition catalogue written by Kenneth Westwood)

    Literature: Kenneth Westwood. 'Thomas Sidney Cooper, RA.- His Life and Work'. Wilson Hunt. Publ 1991,  vol one, p.169 as O (1832)1, 'Head of a Cow', also titled 'A Bulls Head'

    This lifesize study circa 1832 is believed to be the largest single head study painted by Thomas Sidney Cooper

    We are grateful to Kenneth Westwood  for his help in the cataloguing of this painting

    Sale price: £5,000

  477. Lot Number 591

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    FOLLOWER OF JAN FRANS VAN BLOEMEN called ORRIZONTE (1662-1749)
    An extensive Italianate landscape with Drovers and Animals
    a classical building beyond
    oil on canvas
    17 1/2 in  x 56in

    In a late eighteenth century carved and gilded frame
    Two old fragments of labels are attached to the frame reverse. One a partial typed label for 'John Ponzini & Son (?) ...Gilder', The other with illegible writing and with date 177(?)9.

    Provenance: Private Collection, Hay-on-Wye

    Sale price: £2,000

  478. Lot Number 592

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    B. PRABHA  (1933-2001)
    Untitled (Two Boys)
    signed and dated  'B. Prabha, 1965' (upper right)
    oil on canvas
    56 x 38 in

    Provenance:
    Philip Richardson, Esq, Arundel, Sussex (by c.1990);
    Thence by descent 
     

    Philip Richardson travelled to India and had a wide circle of Indian friends and contacts both there and in the UK. He met Prabha in person on at least one occasion, and may very possibly have acquired this painting direct from the artist.  
    Badgelwar Prabha (better known as B. Prabha)  began her career when there were few other leading women artists in India. Working in the 1950's and 1960's when post-independence India was in the throes of dynamic change and upheaval, Prabha utilised her unique position as one of the very few professional artists to become a medium for strong social commentary on poverty and inequality in Indian Society.
    She studied at the Nagpur School of Art and afterwards at the Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai. Soon after she married the artist and sculptor B. Vithal. Two years following that she exhibited at the Bombay Exhibition of 1958, where she won first prize. She followed that up with two solo shows at Delhi's Kumar Gallery in 1959 and 1961.
    Prabha had come to Bombay as a financially struggling artist, and is said to have initially sold pieces of family jewellery to raise funds. At that time she and her husband were living in a dilapidated house at Worli Naka. Their first month's rent and Prabha's paints allegedly being purchased from Vithal's first ever commission fee which he received for helping sculpt a statue of Vallabbhai Patel. Prabha's first break through came when three of her paintings were purchased by the eminent Indian scientist Homi J. Bhaba.
    Prabha embraced a bold, modern Indian aesthetic. She developed a style which became well known for her characteristic images of elongated pensive figures on canvases, executed in a single dominant colour. Over the years, her penchant for simplicity, perhaps to counter the myriad complexities of life, led her to develop a characteristic, elegant style that came to be instantly recognisable. Her refined aesthetic language, defined by elongated, graceful lines and figures, always guided and informed her works.The writer Shirin Bahadurji wrote of Prabha's paintings "Her figures have a haunting presence as if caught in a rare moment of stillness and silence- a single second stolen out of the bustle of daily living''
      Prabha claimed that 'she was more at ease with the female form, painting men only in large murals where they blend into the backdrop'. The subject matter of her work often centred on the rural and urban poor. She was particularly concerned with the issues of  hunger, homelessness and the subservient role of women in Indian life. In 1965 she executed a 'hunger' series of fourteen paintings that depicted the slums of Bombay and the 'shattered dreams of the hutments'. For three other figurative paintings by Prabha dateable to 1965, cf. Christies's, New York, March 8th 2008, Lot 22; Sotheby's, London June 16th 2009 lot 43; and Christies's London June 11th 2008, lot 76. The Brightwell's example with, unusually for Prabha, all nude sitters, has certain compositional similarities with a later 1982 work by the artist sold at Artiana Auctions, Dubai, 13th October 2016, Lot 5. That work also depicted a double portrait (of two Indian Girls wearing Saris) featured against a largely opaque background.


    Sale price: £16,000

  479. Lot Number 601

    Metalware

    A 17th Century Warming Pan with rosette engraved and dot pierced brass lid, flat section iron handle

    Sale price: £50

  480. Lot Number 602

    Metalware

    A 17th Century brass Warming Pan with pierced and engraved lid, iron and turned wooden handle

    Sale price: £50

  481. Lot Number 603

    Metalware

    A 17th Century brass Warming Pan with vase of flowers pierced and engraved lid, turned fruitwood handle

    Sale price: £50

  482. Lot Number 604

    Metalware

    A 17th century Warming Pan with pierced brass lid and iron handle, worn, a Continental iron Warming Pan with wooden handle and a Continental iron Coffee Roaster with sliding iron lid and wooden handle

    Sale price: £95

  483. Lot Number 605

    Metalware

    An antique brass Chestnut Roaster with pierced circular lid, flat section handle, another with octagonal pierced lid, a brass Wall Pocket with pierced frieze and hinged lid, another Wall Pocket with pierced frieze and a Tobacco Box with engraved design

    Sale price: not sold.

  484. Lot Number 606

    Metalware

    A pair of early 19th Century brass Candlesticks with ejectors on circular bases, another pair with ejectors, drip pans on spreading bases and a brass triple Candle Mould

    Sale price: not sold.

  485. Lot Number 607

    Metalware

    A pair of 17th Century pewter Spoons with GB in heart in bowls, a Mouseman Thompson oak Ashtray, a tin cylindrical Tinder Box and Cover with candle sconce and a large Chamber Candlestick

    Sale price: £120

  486. Lot Number 608

    Metalware

    A pair of 18th Century seamed brass Candlesticks with naturalistic scrolled knopped stems, 10 1/2 in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  487. Lot Number 609

    Metalware

    A brass Turbot Pan of shaped form with pair of carrying handles, 26in

    Sale price: not sold.

  488. Lot Number 610

    Metalware

    A 19th Century brass Decanting Cradle on shaped wooden base

    Sale price: £180

  489. Lot Number 612

    Metalware

    A 19th Century cast brass Inkstand with pair of lidded inkwells flanking a sander, rope twist and beaded friezes, 10 1/2in

    Sale price: £45

  490. Lot Number 613

    Metalware

    A 19th Century bronze Inkstand with central lidded urn with Egyptian mask flanked by pair of lidded urns having leafage frieze, shell pen tray, 9 1/2in

    Sale price: £55

  491. Lot Number 614

    Metalware

    A bronze Bowl by Paul Caton, No 3 of 7, 8 1/2 x 4 1/2 in

    Sale price: £45

  492. Lot Number 615

    Metalware

    A 19th Century style Blackamoor kneeling Figure 1ft 9in H

    Sale price: £120

  493. Lot Number 616

    Metalware

    A pair of Venetian Blackamoor Figures, early 20th Century, standing on gondola bases with oars, raised on octagonal simulated marble plinths, 5ft 10in H (A/F) (2)

    Sale price: £2,750

  494. Lot Number 617

    Metalware

    A 19th Century brass Fender, 4ft W, and a rococo revival brass and mesh Fire Guard 2ft 6in H (2)

    Sale price: £300

  495. Lot Number 618

    Metalware

    A 20th Century Architect's Model of Easton Neston, Towcester, Northants., watercolour on card and paper, overall 2ft x 2ft x 20 1/2 in. AMENDMENT: Easton Neston not Mawley Hall

    Sale price: £80

  496. Lot Number 619

    Metalware

    In the Manner of Alberto Giacometti, metal Sculpture: Nude male Figure seated on three legged chair, 4ft 5in H

    Sale price: £300

  497. Lot Number 620

    Metalware

    A French carved ivory figural group of Madonna and Child, 18th/19th Century, on carved gothic style wood base, the virgin mother holding the infant Jesus and a Lamb, flowing robes and coronet, 32in H overall

    Sale price: £460

  498. Lot Number 622

    Metalware

    A pair of 1920's glass and brass  Chandeliers of basket shape, 2ft 6in H, fitted for electricity

    Sale price: £520

  499. Lot Number 623

    Metalware

    A set of four gilt metal Wall Lights with wheat ear and ribbon design

    Sale price: £110

  500. Lot Number 624

    Metalware

    An Aesthetic Movement glass and brass Rise and Fall Lantern with pulleys, chains and bosses

    Sale price: £230

  501. Lot Number 625

    Metalware

    A brass three branch Chandelier with opaque glass shades

    Sale price: not sold.

  502. Lot Number 626

    Metalware

    A pair of Regency style green glazed Table Lamps of corinthian column form with trailing brass fruiting vine decoration, scrolled capitals and stepped square bases, 2ft 3in H

    Sale price: £800

  503. Lot Number 627

    Metalware

    A patinated Art Nouveau Light Fitting of coronet design with scrolled decoration, 1ft 10in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  504. Lot Number 628

    Metalware

    A cut glass three branch Chandelier with six tiers of droppers surrounding a steel frame, 2ft 4in D

    Sale price: £200

  505. Lot Number 629

    Metalware

    An antique brass folding Wall Light, a pair of Regency style two branch Wall Lights, 11in W, and a brass Wall Light with pink ovoid shade

    Sale price: £90

  506. Lot Number 630

    Metalware

    An antique brass three branch Electrolier of leafage form with opaque glass floral shades, 1ft 6in W, and a steel three branch Electrolier with green opaque shades, 2ft W

    Sale price: £180

  507. Lot Number 631

    Metalware

    Four cut glass two branch Electroliers with droplets, 1ft W

    Sale price: £85

  508. Lot Number 632

    Metalware

    Three Regency style brass two branch Wall Lights with fluted urn surmounts, 1ft 5in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  509. Lot Number 633

    Metalware

    A pair of Regency style steel Wall Lights in the form of torches with opaque glass flame shades, 1ft 7in H, and a three branch Electrolier with leafage decoration and opaque glass shades, 1ft 5in W

    Sale price: £70

  510. Lot Number 634

    Metalware

    Four modern Fortvny Venetian gilt glass Wall Lights of spiral tapering form with ruby glass droppers

    Sale price: £240

  511. Lot Number 635

    Metalware

    A cut glass Ceiling Electrolier of baluster form made up of interlinking crystal pendants, 1ft 8in L, and another smaller cut glass Electrolier, 1ft 2in D

    Sale price: not sold.

  512. Lot Number 636

    Metalware

    Four iron Wall Lights of leafage and scroll form with green opaque shades, 1ft 2in L

    Sale price: £55

  513. Lot Number 637

    Metalware

    A pair of brass Regency style two branch Wall Lights, 1ft 5in L, and a pair of polished steel two branch Wall Lights with fluted urn finials, 1ft L

    Sale price: £70

  514. Lot Number 639

    Metalware

    After Thomas Cartier.  A bronzed terracotta Model of a roaring Lion on rocky base, signed T. Cartier, bearing label 'Lion en Furie' De T Cartier. Medaille d'or au salon. 14in H - AMENDMENT additional lot

    Sale price: £200

  515. Lot Number 640

    Metalware

    An Aspreys Inkwell and Pen Tray Desk Set on crocodile skin base with silver fittings, 1ft 3in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  516. Lot Number 641

    Metalware

    A 17th Century wrought iron Rushlight Holder/Candlestick on cruciform base, 24 1/2 in

    Sale price: £130

  517. Lot Number 642

    Metalware

    An early iron double Candle Holder on turned column and tripod base, 3ft 4in

    Sale price: £170

  518. Lot Number 643

    Metalware

    A small Rushlight Holder on square wooden block base, 8 1/2 in

    Sale price: £230

  519. Lot Number 644

    Metalware

    A large wrought iron Rushlight Holder on tripod base, 2ft 8in

    Sale price: £200

  520. Lot Number 645

    Metalware

    A Goffering Iron on wrought iron stand with scroll decoration and quadruple base with pointed feet

    Sale price: £85

  521. Lot Number 646

    Metalware

    A painted toleware Planter of classical form with flared rim on gilt paw supports standing on a plinth, 11in H

    Sale price: £200

  522. Lot Number 647

    Metalware

    A late 17th/early 18th Century brass Candlestick with knopped and tapering stem on stepped circular base, 8 1/2in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  523. Lot Number 648

    Metalware

    An ebony and porcupine quill Bookstand with inlaid design, 17 1/2 in W

    Sale price: £300

  524. Lot Number 649

    Metalware

    Four 19th Century ornate, wooden Carvings of flowers in the style of Grinling Gibbons, 24in L

    Sale price: not sold.

  525. Lot Number 650

    Metalware

    A 19th Century oval Hors d'Oeuvre Set with brass handled mahogany Tray with four lion handled covered dishes and an open dish, 1ft 9in D

    Sale price: £100

  526. Lot Number 651

    Metalware

    An antique copper Fish Kettle and Cover and a two handled Pan

    Sale price: £160

  527. Lot Number 652

    Metalware

    A large copper Log Bin with two carrying handles

    Sale price: not sold.

  528. Lot Number 653

    Metalware

    An antique thorn Hat and Coat Rack, 2ft 6in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  529. Lot Number 654

    Metalware

    A Ship's Compass by George Wilson, mounted on a gimbal with inscription to the outer edge, in a mahogany box, 4in Diam

    Sale price: not sold.

  530. Lot Number 655

    Metalware

    A set of 19th Century steel and brass Fire Irons with square section handles

    Sale price: £270

  531. Lot Number 656

    Metalware

    A grand tour bronze Figure of a naked man on stepped marble base, 10in H

    Sale price: £360

  532. Lot Number 657

    Metalware

    An Art Deco Fire with white marbled effect surround, 22 x 35in

    Sale price: not sold.

  533. Lot Number 658

    Metalware

    A 19th Century Hispanic Corpus Christi, the carved mother of pearl figure on an engraved cross decorated with vignettes of saints, on a shaped pediment base, 15 1/2 in H

    Sale price: £400

  534. Lot Number 660

    Metalware

    A cold painted bronze Paper Clip in the form of a hanging hare, 10in L - AMENDMENT to description

    Sale price: not sold.

  535. Lot Number 661

    Metalware

    A cast brass Doorstop in the form of a fox's mask with steel weighted horse hoof base, 1ft 2in H

    Sale price: £180

  536. Lot Number 662

    Metalware

    An 18th Century Dutch brass Wall Sconce with windmill embossing, 11in, and an antique brass Charger with floral embossed border, 20in

    Sale price: not sold.

  537. Lot Number 663

    Metalware

    A large antique copper Boiler and Cover with iron swing handle, 17in Diam, a copper Warming Pan, large copper Mug, set of brass handled Fire Implements and pair of Andirons

    Sale price: £110

  538. Lot Number 664

    Metalware

    An early wrought iron hanging Rushlight/Candle Holder, 2ft

    Sale price: £150

  539. Lot Number 665

    Metalware

    A rare pair of 18th Century child's leather Stirrups with punched design and metal buckle, 4in

    Sale price: not sold.

  540. Lot Number 666

    Metalware

    A 20th Century half hull Model "Shearwater Topaz", in brass framed case, 19 1/2 in W

    Sale price: £140

  541. Lot Number 667

    Metalware

    A set of Victorian black painted Traffic Lights with flame design finial, fitted for electricity, 4ft 9in H

    Sale price: £340

  542. Lot Number 668

    Metalware

    A 19th Century brass cylindrical Hall Lantern, the arched top over a pierced frieze with urn finials, the etched glass enclosing four branches above a scrolled base, 3ft 2in H. AMENDMENT: ADDITIONAL LOT

    Sale price: £500

  543. Lot Number 671

    Toys, Dolls & Textiles

    A French Bulldog of papier mache construction with nodding and growling chain operated action in the manner of Roulets et Decamps, with glass eyes and fur trimmed leather collar, 1ft 6in L

    Sale price: £360

  544. Lot Number 672

    Toys, Dolls & Textiles

    A Steiff plush dappled white Horse with saddle and stirrups on a wheeled iron frame, with a pull handle voice box, 2ft H

    Sale price: not sold.

  545. Lot Number 673

    Toys, Dolls & Textiles

    A 19th Century skin covered Rocking Horse with leather saddle and tack mounted on pine base stamped Hamleys of London

    Sale price: £500

  546. Lot Number 674

    Toys, Dolls & Textiles

    An English dappled grey Rocking Horse, attributed to F. H. AYRES, with glass eyes, flared nostrils and bearing teeth, remains of original tack, replaced cloth saddle covering holes for side saddle, on safety rocker, 49in L, A/F

    Sale price: £1,200

  547. Lot Number 681

    Rugs & Carpets

    A bordered Persian Rug with herati pattern on a blue ground, the principal border with palmette frieze, 7ft 4in x 4ft 7in and another Persian bordered Rug, 6ft 7in x 4ft 3in, badly faded

    Sale price: £280

  548. Lot Number 682

    Rugs & Carpets

    A bordered Persian Runner with geometric design on a camel ground, 14ft x 2ft 8in

    Sale price: £290

  549. Lot Number 683

    Rugs & Carpets

    A bordered Kashan Rug with floral medallions and corner design in pink and camel, 6ft 9in x 4ft 5in, and another similar, worn, a Prayer Rug and another bordered Rug

    Sale price: £240

  550. Lot Number 684

    Rugs & Carpets

    A pair of bordered Persian Saddle Bags with herati design on a blue ground, striped kelim backs, 2ft square, and another Saddle Bag converted to a cushion

    Sale price: £350

  551. Lot Number 685

    Rugs & Carpets

    A Kashan Hunting Rug, the central rectangular ivory field with exotic animals and foliage, inner guard with two signed cartouches, bird, animal and foliate border, 6ft 8in x 4ft 4in and a Persian Rug, worn

    Sale price: £300

  552. Lot Number 686

    Rugs & Carpets

    A bordered Tabriz Carpet with floral design on a blue ground, 13ft 9in x 9ft 11in

    Sale price: £620

  553. Lot Number 688

    Rugs & Carpets

    A Flemish Verdure Tapestry of figures and musicians in a garden with a boat on a lake and castle in the background, within a floral and geometric border, 7ft 10in x 5ft 8in

    Sale price: £700

  554. Lot Number 689

    Rugs & Carpets

    A large antique Sarouk Carpet, multi-bordered with floral motifs on a red ground, 15ft 7in x 10ft 6in

    Sale price: £280

  555. Lot Number 690

    Rugs & Carpets

    An early 20th Century large Chinese Carpet with auspicious symbols and floral lattice motifs, labelled for Kendall Milne, Manchester,  17ft 7in x 9ft 8in

    Sale price: £330

  556. Lot Number 691

    Rugs & Carpets

    A Chinese Carpet with blue border, stylised floral motifs on a cream ground, 12ft 4in x 8ft 5in

    Sale price: £65

  557. Lot Number 692

    Rugs & Carpets

    An early 20th Century Chinese Carpet with gold border, decorated vases of flowers on a mauve ground, 11ft 8in x 8ft

    Sale price: £380

  558. Lot Number 693

    Rugs & Carpets

    A Persian Carpet with floral motifs on a camel ground, 10ft x 7ft 10in

    Sale price: £650

  559. Lot Number 694

    Rugs & Carpets

    A Chinese Carpet decorated flowering branches on a gold ground, 10ft 3in x 6ft 11in

    Sale price: not sold.

  560. Lot Number 695

    Rugs & Carpets

    A large Chinese Carpet with scrolled  floral design on a gold ground, 12ft x 9ft

    Sale price: £100

  561. Lot Number 701

    Garden Architectural Items

    A white painted Garden Bench with lattice panelled back, shaped arms and ball finials, 4ft 10in W

    Sale price: £400

  562. Lot Number 702

    Garden Architectural Items

    A white painted Garden Bench with pierced square panels to the back with ball finials, 4ft 10 1/2in W

    Sale price: £320

  563. Lot Number 703

    Garden Architectural Items

    A pair of white painted Garden Benches with slatted arched backs and scrolled arms, 8ft 6in W

    Sale price: £750

  564. Lot Number 704

    Garden Architectural Items

    A curved Kadai Bench on wrought iron scroll supports, 4ft 10in W (Sold plus VAT)

    Sale price: £130

  565. Lot Number 705

    Garden Architectural Items

    A curved Kadai Bench on wrought iron scroll supports, 4ft 10in W (Sold plus VAT)

    Sale price: £150

  566. Lot Number 706

    Garden Architectural Items

    A pair of carved sandstone Spheres, 1ft D (Sold plus VAT)

    Sale price: £200

  567. Lot Number 707

    Garden Architectural Items

    A pair of carved sandstone Spheres, 1ft D (Sold plus VAT)

    Sale price: £200

  568. Lot Number 708

    Garden Architectural Items

    Two Kent Urns, 14in H (Sold plus VAT)

    Sale price: not sold.

  569. Lot Number 708A

    Garden Architectural Items

    A pair of composite stone square Planters with metal binding 1ft 10in W x 1ft 4in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  570. Lot Number 709

    Garden Architectural Items

    An antique sandstone Staddle Stone, 3ft H approx

    Sale price: £50

  571. Lot Number 710

    Garden Architectural Items

    An antique sandstone Staddle Stone, 3ft H approx

    Sale price: £50

  572. Lot Number 711

    Garden Architectural Items

    An antique sandstone Staddle Stone, 3ft H approx

    Sale price: £100

  573. Lot Number 712

    Garden Architectural Items

    An antique sandstone Trough 2ft 4in W and a terracotta Trough 3ft W

    Sale price: £150

  574. Lot Number 713

    Garden Architectural Items

    An antique stone Millstone 2ft 6in D

    Sale price: £100

  575. Lot Number 714

    Garden Architectural Items

    An iron Kadai on Tudor style Stand, 3ft 3 1/2 in D (Sold plus VAT)

    Sale price: £320

  576. Lot Number 715

    Garden Architectural Items

    An iron Kadai on round bar high Stand with Tripod, Swing Grill and Table Top , 2ft 11 1/2 in D (Sold plus VAT)

    Sale price: £280

  577. Lot Number 716

    Garden Architectural Items

    An iron Kadai on round bar high Stand with  Grill and Table Top , 2ft 7 1/2 in D (Sold plus VAT)

    Sale price: not sold.

  578. Lot Number 717

    Garden Architectural Items

    An iron Kadai on round bar low Stand with a pair of Grills  1ft 11 1/2 in D (Sold plus VAT)

    Sale price: £150

  579. Lot Number 719

    Garden Architectural Items

    A sandstone Cider Stone 1ft 3in D and a sandstone D-end Trough, 2ft 2in L

    Sale price: £60

  580. Lot Number 720

    Garden Architectural Items

    A pair of white painted Garden Benches with arched and scrolled backs and scrolled arms, 8ft 5in W

    Sale price: £1,600

  581. Lot Number 721

    Garden Architectural Items

    A white painted Garden Bench with panelled back and ball finials, 4ft 10in W

    Sale price: £120

  582. Lot Number 722

    Garden Architectural Items

    A galvanised two seater Bench with scroll arms and feet, 3ft 7in W (Sold plus VAT)

    Sale price: not sold.

  583. Lot Number 723

    Garden Architectural Items

    A pair of 19th Century white painted cast iron circular Garden Tables with Britannia figural decoration on paw feet, 2ft D ; and four similar Garden Chairs with scroll backs and feet, one a/f 2ft 8in H

    Sale price: £180

  584. Lot Number 724

    Garden Architectural Items

    A pair of 19th Century white painted Urns with leafage decoration, A.F, 2ft H

    Sale price: