Fine Art Catalogue

Past Results - Summer Two Day 2019

Wednesday 24th & Thursday 25th July 2019

Sale on View: Saturday 20th July 9.30am-12noon, Monday 22nd, Tuesday 23rd & Wednesday 24th July 8.30am-5pm 

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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 1948 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.

 

  1. Lot Number 1

    Silver & Plated Items

    An early 18th Century silver Marrow Scoop/Table Spoon, rat tail pattern, maker probably Thomas Spackman

    Sale price: £80

  2. Lot Number 2

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George I silver Marrow Scoop, London 1725, maker: Paul Hanet

    Sale price: £120

  3. Lot Number 3

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George II silver Marrow Scoop, London 1727, maker: William Scarlet

    Sale price: £110

  4. Lot Number 4

    Silver & Plated Items

    Two George I silver Table Spoons, hanovarian pattern with rat tail bowls, one with initials M.H., London 1719 and 1720, maker: William Scarlet, and another Spoon engraved initials R.W.M.

    Sale price: £85

  5. Lot Number 5

    Silver & Plated Items

    Three George II silver Table Spoons, hanovarian pattern, one with crest, one initials M.H., London 1744, 1748 and 1753

    Sale price: £85

  6. Lot Number 6

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III plain silver Meat Skewer, Birmingham 1798, maker: J Taylor

    Sale price: £110

  7. Lot Number 7

    Silver & Plated Items

    A pair of Victorian silver-gilt Shell Salts on dolphin supports, Birmingham 1873, maker: George Unite, and two Spoons

    Sale price: £80

  8. Lot Number 8

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver small Vinaigrette with seaweed engraving and leafage engraved grille, Birmingham circa 1800, maker: J Wilmore

    Sale price: £45

  9. Lot Number 9

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver Sovereign and Half Sovereign Case, Birmingham 1903

    Sale price: £70

  10. Lot Number 10

    Silver & Plated Items

    One dozen Victorian silver Teaspoons, onslow pattern London 1893, in case

    Sale price: £110

  11. Lot Number 11

    Silver & Plated Items

    One dozen Victorian silver-gilt Dessert Spoons with scroll stems and figure finials, London 1893, in case

    Sale price: £190

  12. Lot Number 12

    Silver & Plated Items

    A pair of Art Nouveau small silver overlaid Scent Bottles and Stoppers of club shape with dolphin and floral design, 3 3/4in, marked Sterling 345, Black Star & Frost, one A/F

    Sale price: not sold.

  13. Lot Number 13

    Silver & Plated Items

    Six early 19th Century Scottish Provincial silver Teaspoons, fiddle pattern, Dundee circa 1820-40, maker: Alexander Cameron

    Sale price: £70

  14. Lot Number 14

    Silver & Plated Items

    Six early 19th Century Scottish Provincial silver Teaspoons, three fiddle pattern and three old english pattern, including Perth, Aberdeen and Greenock

    Sale price: £70

  15. Lot Number 15

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver Vinaigrette in the form of a hunting horn, London 1871, maker: S Mordan, probably lacks outer cover

    Sale price: £65

  16. Lot Number 16

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver shaped circular Salver on four ball and claw feet, Sheffield 1903, 12 in D, and a plated boat shape Teapot and Sugar Bowl

    Sale price: £280

  17. Lot Number 17

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George V silver Sovereign and Half Sovereign Case with leafage engraving and vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1911, and an unusual silver Hatpin in the form of a beehive enamelled with green butterflies, Birmingham 1909

    Sale price: £160

  18. Lot Number 18

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Fish Slice, fiddle pattern, pierced and engraved Prince of Wales feathers, London 1805, and four 19th Century fiddle pattern Table Spoons, various dates

    Sale price: £130

  19. Lot Number 19

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George V silver Sauce Boat, Sheffield 1924, six Tea Knives in case, Sugar Tongs, Mustard Pot, Napkin Ring, Cigarette Case, Salt Spoon, plus plated Fish Servers and Eaters and a Toastrack

    Sale price: £110

  20. Lot Number 20

    Silver & Plated Items

    A silver plated Teapot of rhombus form on tapering supports in the style of Christopher Dresser's design produced by James Dixon and Sons, stamped base, 7in

    Sale price: not sold.

  21. Lot Number 21

    Silver & Plated Items

    A plated Inkwell in the form of a dog's head, hinged to open, marked W H & Co, 4in H

    Sale price: £190

  22. Lot Number 22

    Silver & Plated Items

    A silver plated Cocktail Shaker with designs of windmills and watermills in landscapes, 10 1/2 in H

    Sale price: £55

  23. Lot Number 23

    Silver & Plated Items

    A set of four Walker and Hall corinthian column silver plated Candlesticks on stepped square bases and another similar pair with swag decoration

    Sale price: £350

  24. Lot Number 24

    Silver & Plated Items

    An unusual electroplated Novelty Aeroplane Smoker's Set, with match compartment and striker, removeable disc containing ashtrays, the body of the plane with hinged cover for cigars, cigarette cases as detachable wings, the propeller as a cigar cutter and the wheels slide off to reveal empty compartment, 9 1/2in, the cover engraved R H Old, 1909-1930

    Sale price: £740

  25. Lot Number 25

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Georgian Sheffield plated oval Monteith with ram's head mask and ring handles, shaped rim, anthemion frieze and fluted body, 11 x 7in

    Sale price: £420

  26. Lot Number 31

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Georgian silver Rattle with applied bells and engraved initials

    Sale price: not sold.

  27. Lot Number 32

    Silver & Plated Items

    A pair of Victorian silver large Apostle Spoons, Sheffield 1892/3

    Sale price: not sold.

  28. Lot Number 33

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver Sugar Basket with floral and ribbon design, spiral swing handle, London 1906, blue glass liner, maker: W.C.

    Sale price: £80

  29. Lot Number 34

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII/George V silver miniature Tea Service, viz: Teapot, Sugar Bowl, Jug, two Cups and Saucers, oval gallery Tray, Birmingham 1905/10, maker: L&S

    Sale price: £130

  30. Lot Number 35

    Silver & Plated Items

    Six Georgian Scottish Provincial silver Teaspoons, five fiddle pattern including Perth by Charles Murray and William Ritchie

    Sale price: £75

  31. Lot Number 36

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George IV silver Basting Spoon, fiddle pattern engraved initial B, London 1828

    Sale price: £60

  32. Lot Number 37

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Group of five various Georgian Caddy Spoons, all with Birmingham hallmarks

    Sale price: £200

  33. Lot Number 38

    Silver & Plated Items

    Three Items of Norwegian silver by Marius Hammer: Caddy Spoon with spiral stem and engraved leafage finial, Caddy Spoon with engraved leaf shape bowl and a Christening Mug engraved Ida

    Sale price: £190

  34. Lot Number 39

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George V silver and tortoiseshell mounted six piece Dressing Table Set with swag and pendant husk design, Birmingham 1927/8

    Sale price: not sold.

  35. Lot Number 40

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver Brandy Saucepan with turned ivory handle, Sheffield 1907, on plated Stand with spirit burner

    Sale price: £115

  36. Lot Number 41

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Collection of mainly silver Cutlery including two George III Table Spoons, Dessert Spoons, Teaspoons, Dinner and Dessert Forks, Pickle Fork, etc

    Sale price: £250

  37. Lot Number 42

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver three piece Tea Service of semi-fluted boat shape, Chester 1896

    Sale price: £200

  38. Lot Number 43

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George V silver Sauce Boat with gadroon rim, mask and leafage scroll handle on lion mask and paw feet, Brimingham 1911

    Sale price: £95

  39. Lot Number 44

    Silver & Plated Items

    Two George III silver Sauce Ladles old english pattern, London 1804 and Newcastle, circa 1800, and a large Victorian silver Ladle with scallop bowl, spiral stem and pierced finial, London 1895, maker: G.M.J.

    Sale price: £105

  40. Lot Number 45

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George II silver Marrow Scoop engraved initial W, maker probably Jeremiah Lee

    Sale price: not sold.

  41. Lot Number 46

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George II silver Marrow Scoop with scallop patterm back, London 1751, maker: E.Coker

    Sale price: £120

  42. Lot Number 47

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George III silver Marrow Scoop with engraved crest, bright-cut engraving, circa 1800, maker: George Smith

    Sale price: £90

  43. Lot Number 48

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George I silver Table Spoon, hanovarian pattern with rat tail bowl, engraved initials, London 1714, maker: Thomas Spackman, and two other hanovarian Table Spoons, London 1758 and 1767

    Sale price: £100

  44. Lot Number 49

    Silver & Plated Items

    Four George III silver Dessert Spoons, hanovarian pattern engraved bird's head crests, London 1756, maker: James Tookey

    Sale price: £90

  45. Lot Number 50

    Silver & Plated Items

    Four Georgian silver Table Spoons old english pattern, one Dublin 1767, maker: John Shields

    Sale price: £90

  46. Lot Number 51

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver Wax Seal Holder, the slider mounted with turquoise coloured cabochon and with bird motif seal to the one end, Birmingham 1909, 7in L

    Sale price: £140

  47. Lot Number 52

    Silver & Plated Items

    A William IV silver circular Souffle Dish engraved crest with coronet surmount, Sheffield 1830, maker: T.J. & N. Creswick, with Sheffield plated two handled outer Dish engraved similar crest

    Sale price: not sold.

  48. Lot Number 53

    Silver & Plated Items

    Three Georgian silver Condiment Spoons, two fiddle and one old english pattern, all Birmingham hallmarks

    Sale price: £20

  49. Lot Number 54

    Silver & Plated Items

    Three silver Sauce Ladles, old english pattern, London circa 1770 and 1824, and Glasgow 1852

    Sale price: £90

  50. Lot Number 55

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver four piece Tea and Coffee Service of semi-fluted oblong form on  ball feet, London 1908, 59oz all in

    Sale price: £510

  51. Lot Number 56

    Silver & Plated Items

    An Edward VII silver three piece Tea Service of oval form with gadroon rims, Sheffield 1903

    Sale price: £230

  52. Lot Number 57

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver Ewer of baluster form with fleur de lys engraved spout and collar on spreading foot, London 1857, maker: John Keith, 10in H

    Sale price: £200

  53. Lot Number 58

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver Chalice on lobed foot with engraved decoration, London 1856, maker: John Keith, 6 1/4 in H

    Sale price: £150

  54. Lot Number 59

    Silver & Plated Items

    A George IV silver two-handled Sugar Bowl and Milk Jug with gilt interiors, finely decorated fruit and leafage handles, London 1825, maker: Robert Garrard

    Sale price: £580

  55. Lot Number 60

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Victorian silver large Sauce Boat engraved bird crest and monogram, beaded rim, leafage scroll handle on pedestal base, London 1860

    Sale price: not sold.

  56. Lot Number 61

    Silver & Plated Items

    A pair of George III silver Table Spoons old english pattern with bright cut decoration and initials, London 1786, maker: R. Crossley, and another Table Spoon with feather edge engraved lion crest, London 1783, maker: L. Hougham

    Sale price: £60

  57. Lot Number 62

    Silver & Plated Items

    Six Victorian Dessert Knives and Forks with silver mounts and blades, the mother of pearl hafts with bird crests, Sheffield 1886, maker: H.H.

    Sale price: £150

  58. Lot Number 63

    Silver & Plated Items

    A Chinese silver three piece Tea Service decorated insects and chrysanthemum, the teapot and sucrier with flower finials, marked HM and 09
    AMENDMENT: Maker's mark WH, NOT HM

    Sale price: £1,450

  59. Lot Number 64

    Miltaria

    Four: MILITARY MEDAL G.V.R. (200288 Sjt. J.W. Curtis. 1/1 Lond. R), 1914-15 STAR (1746 Pte. J.W. Curtis 1-Lond. R), BRITISH WAR & VICTORY MEDALS (1746 Sjt. J.W. Curtis. 1-Lond. R).
    Medals mounted swing style as worn.
    Born: Battersea, London.
    To France 11/3/15.
    M.M., L.G. 2/11/17.

    Sale price: not sold.

  60. Lot Number 65

    Miltaria

    Four: INDIA GENERAL SERVICE. E.VII.R. 1908-35, 1 clasp “North West Frontier 1908” (9634 Pte. J. Fuller 1st. Btn. R. Wark. R), 1914 STAR with original Aug-Nov clasp (loose), (9634 Pte. J. Fuller R. War: R), BRITISH WAR & VICTORY MEDALS (9634 Pte. J. Fuller R. War. R).
    Pte. John Fuller was killed in action 21/3/1916 aged 33 years.
    Born: 1883, Saltley, Birmingham.
    To France 19/9/14

    Sale price: £350

  61. Lot Number 66

    Miltaria

    Pair: BRITISH WAR & VICTORY MEDALS (49097 Pte. H. Baker S. Wales Bord), MEMORIAL PLAQUE (HENRY BAKER).
    Died of wounds F&F 9/10/18 serving with Royal Welsh Fusiliers.
    Entitled to pair only.
    Born: Pontypridd, Wales.

    Sale price: £180

  62. Lot Number 67

    Miltaria

    Four: 1914-15 STAR (6336 Pte. M. Woods R. Muns. Fus), BRITISH WAR & VICTORY MEDALS (6336 Pte. M. Woods. R. Mun. Fus), ARMY LONG SERVICE & GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL. (7814272 Gnr. M. Woods. R.A).
    To Gallipoli 19/9/15 with 2nd Btn. Royal Munster Fusiliers. Transferred to M.G.C. (185300) then R.A. (7814272) to obtain his L.S.G.C. medal.

    Sale price: not sold.

  63. Lot Number 68

    Miltaria

    Four: MILITARY CROSS G.V.R. ((unnamed as issued), 1914-15 STAR
    (2 Lieut. H. Langman R. War. R), BRITISH WAR & VICTORY MEDALS (Capt. H. Langman).
    To France November 1915 with 2nd Btn. Royal Warwickshire Regt.
    Born: 1882, Southport, Lancashire.
    M.C., L.G. 26/5/17.
    “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He handled his Company with great skill and was largely responsible for the success of the operations. He had previously done fine work”.
    Footnote
    Herbert Langman was an Architect by profession and his work included the design of the Ainsdale War Memorial, Liverpool.

    Sale price: not sold.

  64. Lot Number 69

    Miltaria

    Four: 1914-15 STAR (Capt. L. Edge), BRITISH WAR & VICTORY MEDALS (Major L. Edge), TERRITORIAL DECORATION. G.V.R.
    (Unnamed as issued).
    Major Louis Edge landed with the 7th Btn. Lancashire Fusiliers, Gallipoli 11/9/15.
    Born: Oldham, Lancashire.
    T.D., L.G. 5/5/1925.

    Sale price: £360

  65. Lot Number 70

    Miltaria

    AFGHANISTAN 1878-80, no clasp (4928 Gr. Wm. Lincoln. L/5. R.A).
    Died at Dalhousie, India 2/9/1888
    Born: 1858 Ware, Hertfordshire.
    142 Afghanistan medals to the 5th Bde. “L” Battery R.A.
    This medal was his only entitlement.

    Sale price: not sold.

  66. Lot Number 71

    Miltaria

    Pair: BRITISH WAR & VICTORY MEDALS (1941 Pte. A.J. Henderson. Guernsey L.I).
    Mounted court style.
    With copy service papers.
    Entitled to pair only.

    Sale price: £160

  67. Lot Number 72

    Miltaria

    Four: MILITARY CROSS G.V.R. (Unnamed as issued), 1914-15 STAR (1348 Sjt. E.J. Hobbs. R. E. Kent Yeo), BRITISH WAR & VICTORY MEDALS (Lieut. E.J. Hobbs).

    Mounted swing style as worn.To Gallipoli 5/10/15.Commissioned into Royal East Kent Regiment 29/1/17.
    M.C., L.G. 15/10/18.

    “For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. With two men he successfully covered the withdrawal of his platoon. Noticing that his left hand man was heavily engaged, he returned to his assistance and found him wounded and unconscious. In spite of a heavy bombing attack he succeeded in delaying the enemy’s advance and in bringing the man to a place of safety. His determination and courage were beyond praise”

    Born: 22/2/1890 Thanet, Kent.

    Died: 28/3/1959 Folkestone, Kent.

    Sale price: not sold.

  68. Lot Number 73

    Miltaria

    Three: 1914-15 STAR (1786 Cpl. C.E. Herling. Manch. R), BRITISH WAR & VICTORY MEDALS (1786 Cpl. C.E. Herling. Manch. R).
    Cpl. C.E. Herling died of wounds serving with the 1/8th Btn. Manchester Regt. at Gallipoli 30/5/15.
    Born: Chorlton, Lancashire.
    To Egypt 25/9/14.

    Sale price: not sold.

  69. Lot Number 74

    Miltaria

    Pair: BRITISH WAR & VICTORY MEDALS (5174 Pte. F.H. Brand, 13-Lond. R), MEMORIAL PLAQUE (FREDERICK HENRY BRAND)
    K.I.A F&F 9/4/17 serving with the 1/13th London Btn. (Kensington).
    Born: Islington, London.
    Entitled to pair only.

    Sale price: not sold.

  70. Lot Number 75

    Coins

    A lead Papal Bulla of Pope Martin IV 1281-85

    Sale price: £120

  71. Lot Number 76

    Coins

    Prince Albert, pressed horn (?) Medallion Box, the lid depicting Prince Albert, the base showing the reverse of an 1851 Great Exhibition Prize Medal

    Sale price: £100

  72. Lot Number 77

    Coins

    Leominster Bank, 1827 Five Pounds, black on white, trimmed, cut, cancelled and inlaid cross to front

    Sale price: £60

  73. Lot Number 78

    Coins

    OPERATION BERNHARD (German WWII Forgery) "Peppiatt" Ten Pound Note, prefix K156

    Sale price: £50

  74. Lot Number 79

    Coins

    John Bradbury 2nd Issue Treasury One Pound, prefix K75

    Sale price: £180

  75. Lot Number 80

    Coins

    US Colonial Interest: "Continental Issue" $3 Note, dated 9th May 1776

    Sale price: £70

  76. Lot Number 81

    Coins

    US Silver Dollars, 1881 S, 1883 0 and 1921 x 2, three US Dollar type Rounds, along with four Austria 1780 restrike Thalers (11)

    Sale price: £65

  77. Lot Number 82

    Coins

    A Collection of mainly silver British and World Coins to include 1935 Crown x 4, 1902 Maundy 2d, Egypt 20 Qirsh AH 1293 Yr. 20, Germany-Prussia 1902 5 Marks, Spain 1796 1 Real, quantity of various pre 47/20 silver

    Sale price: £110

  78. Lot Number 83

    Coins

    Crowns 1819, 1889, 1890 x 2, 1896 LV and 1900 LXIV, an 1887 Double Florin and a boxed set of Sovereign Scales

    Sale price: £125

  79. Lot Number 84

    Coins

    A Collection of Spanish Civil War (1936-39) Stamp Money, along with a Russia 1909 25 Rubles and a Zimbabwe 500,000,000 Dollar bearer Cheque

    Sale price: not sold.

  80. Lot Number 85

    Coins

    A large collection of modern Commemorative Coins/Medallions including "Diana, Her Life in Jewels", "1936 Year of the Three Kings", "Napoleon Bonaparte", etc

    Sale price: £210

  81. Lot Number 86

    Coins

    Pope PIO IX (1846-1878) 70mm silver Medal, dated 1867, in case with an associated certificate dated 1871

    Sale price: £70

  82. Lot Number 87

    Coins

    A collection of assorted British and World Coins, to include a quantity of pre '47, modern, Maundy odds, commemoratives and a quantity of minor Banknote and Stamps

    Sale price: £400

  83. Lot Number 88

    Coins

    An Album of assorted British Coins, to include 1758 Shilling and a quantity of pre '47 silver issues

    Sale price: £460

  84. Lot Number 89

    Coins

    A 1935 raised edge specimen Crown, in cardboard box of issue

    Sale price: £300

  85. Lot Number 90

    Coins

    A Collection of British and World Coins to include a George III 1819 Crown, Canada 1949 Dollar, Tokens, Medallions, etc and a quantity of World Bank Notes

    Sale price: £300

  86. Lot Number 91

    Coins

    An 1804 Bank of England Five Shilling Dollar, along with a contemporary counterfeit Ireland 1804 Six Shillings Bank Token (2)

    Sale price: £230

  87. Lot Number 92

    Coins

    A George IV 1822 Tertio Crown

    Sale price: £210

  88. Lot Number 93

    Coins

    A Charles I (1625-49) Aberystwyth Mint Half Crown, M.M. Book, plume in field

    Sale price: £150

  89. Lot Number 94

    Coins

    Scotland, James VI (James I of England) Thirty Shillings M.M. thistle

    Sale price: not sold.

  90. Lot Number 95

    Coins

    Scotland, Charles II 1682 Thistle Dollar, digs and countermark to obverse

    Sale price: £170

  91. Lot Number 96

    Coins

    Charles I (1625-49) 1625 Sixpence, MM LIS

    Sale price: £85

  92. Lot Number 97

    Coins

    A Victorian Half Crown 1840

    Sale price: £140

  93. Lot Number 98

    Coins

    A collection of hammered silver Coins to include an Edward VI fine silver Shilling, Elizabeth I Shilling, Charles I Half Groat, etc (9)

    Sale price: £130

  94. Lot Number 99

    Coins

    A Charles I Tower Mint Half Crown, MM triangle in circle (usual crude flan) and an Elizabeth I 1567 Sixpence (2)

    Sale price: £100

  95. Lot Number 100

    Coins

    An Edward IV London Mint Groat, along with a quantity of short and long cross Pennies (8)

    Sale price: £110

  96. Lot Number 101

    Coins

    Charles II Crowns 1662 (rose beneath bust) and 1676, Half Crowns 1670 and 1676 x 3 (6)

    Sale price: £250

  97. Lot Number 102

    Coins

    William and Mary Half Crowns 1693 (date worn) and 1689, William III Crown 1696, Half Crown 1697 x 2, Shillings 1696 x 2, 1697 and two with worn dates, and Sixpence 1696, 1697 x 6 and another with worn date (14)

    Sale price: £120

  98. Lot Number 103

    Coins

    A Victorian gothic Florin MDCCCLXXXVI (1886)

    Sale price: £160

  99. Lot Number 104

    Coins

    Crowns 1819 LIX x 2, 1821 and 1893 LVI and Double Florins 1857 x 4 and 1889 (10)

    Sale price: £170

  100. Lot Number 105

    Coins

    Half Crowns 1816, 1818, 1819 x 2, 1821, 1826 x 2, 1836, 1887 x 2, and 1897, and Florin 1901 (12)

    Sale price: £240

  101. Lot Number 106

    Coins

    A Queen Anne Half Crown 1707 (ex mount), Shilling 1708, 1710 R&P, and 1711 x 2, Sixpence 1703 VIGO, 1708 and one with date worn, and a George I Shilling 1720 (9)

    Sale price: £170

  102. Lot Number 107

    Coins

    George II Shillings 1743, 1745 LIMA x 2, and 1758 x 3, Sixpences 1739, 1757 x 3, 1758 x 2 and one with date worn (13)

    Sale price: £260

  103. Lot Number 108

    Coins

    George III Shillings 1787 x 7, and Sixpences 1787 x 5 (12)

    Sale price: £300

  104. Lot Number 109

    Coins

    George III - Victoria, Shillings 1816, 1817 x 2, 1819, 1826, 1887 x 4; Sixpences 1817, 1818, 1819 x 2, 1824, 1887 x 3 and 1888; Ireland Ten Pence Bank Tokens 1805 x 5 and 1813 x 4 plus counterfeits, Half Guinea 1786, 3/- Bank Token 181? and Ten Pence Bank Token 1803 (27)

    Sale price: £160

  105. Lot Number 110

    Coins

    Charles II - Anne, Maundy odds, Four Pences 1677, 1679, 1684 x 2, 1687 and 1690, Three Pences 1677, 1679, 1681, 1683, 1687 and 1689 x 2, Two Pences 1670, 1674, 1681 and 1710 (17)

    Sale price: £270

  106. Lot Number 111

    Coins

    George IV - Edward VII Maundy odds, and small silver, Four Pences 1727, 1729, 1735, 1829, 1870 and 1901, Britannia Groats 1836 x 2, 1838, 1840, 1841, 1843 and 1855, Three Pences 1760, 1762 x 2, 1763 x 3, 1837, 1875 and 1877, Two Pences 1763, 1827, 1838 x 3, 1901 and 1910, Three Half Pence 1834, 1840, 1843 x 2 and one with worn date, and Penny 1901 (35)

    Sale price: £330

  107. Lot Number 112

    Coins

    ROMAN: a collection of larger bronze issues, to include Domitian 81-96 Sestertius depicting victory crown the Emperor and a Nero "ARA PACIS" AS, etc (9)

    Sale price: £110

  108. Lot Number 113

    Coins

    ROMAN: A collection of various types, mainly 1st - 4th Century, to include a Domitian 81-96 Minerva Denarius, Claudius 41-54 Constantia "AS" and minor and provincial types (51)

    Sale price: £230

  109. Lot Number 114

    Coins

    IRELAND: 17th - 19th Century base metal issues to include 1689 Gun Money Shilling, 1685 Half Penny and a VOCI POPULI Half Penny, etc

    Sale price: £220

  110. Lot Number 115

    Coins

    ISLE OF MAN: Penny 1786 x 2, Half Penny 1733 x 2, 1758, 1813 x 2 and 1839 x 2, and Scotland 1678 BAWBEE and a Charles II Turner and various minor coins and medallions, etc (16)

    Sale price: £110

  111. Lot Number 116

    Coins

    A small collection of Medals, to include a Birth of Prince James 1633 in silver, an enamelled 1836 Groat, a white metal Touch Piece, etc (14)

    Sale price: £120

  112. Lot Number 117

    Coins

    USA: Half Dime 1801

    Sale price: £380

  113. Lot Number 118

    Coins

    USA/CANADA: A collection of coins and tokens to include US 1809 Half Dollar (gilt and ex mount), Washington 1783 Portrait Cent x 2, Hard Times Tokens, etc (19)

    Sale price: £200

  114. Lot Number 119

    Coins

    SPANISH AMERICA: 1658 4 Real Cob and an Italy, Venice, Alvise II Mocenigo (1700-1709) 80 Soldi and various minor European and World Coins (61)

    Sale price: £350

  115. Lot Number 120

    Coins

    George III - George IV Farthings, to include a good selection of 19th Century copper types and 4 x Half Farthings and 1 x 1/3 Farthing (78)

    Sale price: £150

  116. Lot Number 121

    Coins

    George IV - Victoria, copper type Pennies and Half Pennies to include some higher grade examples, Penny x 8 and Half Penny x 10 (20)

    Sale price: £220

  117. Lot Number 122

    Coins

    Charles II - George I Half Pennies and Farthings to include Half Pennies 1700 and 1715; Farthings - a worn Charles II pattern Britannia (with milled edge), 1696. 1699, 1723, 1724, several with worn dates (17)

    Sale price: £100

  118. Lot Number 123

    Coins

    George II Half Penny 1729, 1730 (no stop after Rex), 1732, 1733, 1738 x 3, 1742, 1745 and 1746; Farthings 1731 x 2, 1733, 1739, 1744, 1746, 1749 and 1754 x 4, along with Ireland Half Penny 1753 and Farthing 1760 (21)

    Sale price: £120

  119. Lot Number 124

    Coins

    George III Farthing - Two Pence (all copper issues) 1771-1807, includes Two pence 1797, Penny 1797 x 2, some non regal types (some with worn dates) (24)

    Sale price: £85

  120. Lot Number 125

    Coins

    Tokens - A 1666 Middle Shadwell Gregory Cooke Half Penny, a 1791 Glasgow Farthing, a Pidcocks Exhibition (Farthing sized), along with a selection of minor tokens (20)

    Sale price: £110

  121. Lot Number 126

    Coins

    Tokens - a selection of early 19th Century Penny types, to include an 1812 John Bishop & Co Cheltenham, Machin & Co Burslem, 1811 Bristol (civic type) 1811 Devon Mines, 1813 Dublin Wellington, etc (14)

    Sale price: £90

  122. Lot Number 127

    Coins

    A collection of 18th Century Half Penny Trade Tokens, to include 1791 Hull, 1792 East India House, 1793 Leeds, 1793 Country, Campbells Snuff Ship Edinburgh 1796, etc (20)

    Sale price: £160

  123. Lot Number 128

    Coins

    A collection of 18th/19th Century Half Penny Trade Tokens to include 1797 Dundee (Flax Heckling), 1794 Liverpool, 1816 Wellington/Waterloo, 1813 Halfay, etc (20)

    Sale price: £150

  124. Lot Number 129

    Coins

    A collection of 18th/19th Century Half Penny Trade Tokens to include 1810 Gibraltar Two quartos, 1841 Webster Credit Currency, 1794 Inverness, 1797 Dundee (18)

    Sale price: £80

  125. Lot Number 130

    Coins

    A late 19th/early 20th Century mahogany Coin Cabinet with two door front, fitted with twenety one trays (some trays warped)

    Sale price: £85

  126. Lot Number 133

    Coins

    A Queen Elizabeth II gold Sovereign 2012, with C.O.A.

    Sale price: £205

  127. Lot Number 134

    Coins

    A Victorian Sovereign, Melbourne Mint, 1882

    Sale price: £205

  128. Lot Number 135

    Coins

    A Victorian Sovereign, Melbourne Mint, 1886

    Sale price: £205

  129. Lot Number 136

    Coins

    A Victorian Sovereign, Melbourne Mint, 1878

    Sale price: £205

  130. Lot Number 137

    Coins

    A Victorian Sovereign 1887 JH

    Sale price: £205

  131. Lot Number 141

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An 18ct gold cased Half Hunter Pocket Watch, the white enamel dial with roman numerals and subsidiary dial, blue enamel roman numerals to outer case, case width approx 50mm

    Sale price: £1,050

  132. Lot Number 142

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An 18ct gold cased Lady's open faced Fob Watch, thre floral engraved dial with roman numerals in engraved case with monogram, case width approx 37mm

    Sale price: £400

  133. Lot Number 143

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 9ct gold cased Hunter Pocket Watch by Thos Russell, the white enamel dial with roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, approx case width 48mm

    Sale price: £420

  134. Lot Number 144

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A mid-size Tudor Wristwatch, the engine turned dial having arabic numerals at 3, 6, 9 and 12, the remainder chevron markers with sweep seconds hand in steel case on black strap, case width 23mm

    Sale price: £140

  135. Lot Number 145

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 1940's lady's Rolex Oyster Perpetual Wristwatch, the cream dial with gilt hourly batons interspaced with arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial marked 'certified precision' in steel bubble back case, serial number 573862, case width approx 22mm, on brown leather strap

    Sale price: not sold.

  136. Lot Number 146

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 1940's Rolex Oyster Wristwatch, the cream dial with arabic numerals and subsidiary seonds dial in steel case engraved ROLEX logo and number 114506 2574, case width approx 27mm, lacks crown and bracelet

    Sale price: £350

  137. Lot Number 147

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Victorian open faced key wind Pocket Watch, the engraved dial with roman numerals within foliate frame in 18ct gold engine turned case, London 1893, case width approx 43mm

    Sale price: £700

  138. Lot Number 148

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Gentleman's Omega Geneve 'Dynamic' Wristwatch, the black dial with hourly applied baton markers, minute track and sweep seconds hand in oval stainless steel case on Omega stainless steel bracelet, case width approx 40mm

    Sale price: £300

  139. Lot Number 149

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 1930's cushion case Rolex Wristwatch, the cream dial with arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds dial in steel case, ref number 28976 2766 on associated expanding bracelet, case width approx 29mm

    Sale price: £300

  140. Lot Number 150

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Georgian silver pair cased Half Hunter Pocket Watch, the white enamel dial with roman numerals and subsidiary dial by Sam Underhill, Wolverhampton, case width approx 54mm, on white metal Albert, Birmingham 1828

    Sale price: £160

  141. Lot Number 151

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An 18ct gold cased Hunter Pocket Watch by Waltham, the white enamel dial with roman numerals and subsidiary dial, engine turned case, case width approx 54mm

    Sale price: £1,450

  142. Lot Number 152

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An early 19th Century 18ct gold cased open faced Pocket Watch, the white enamel dial with roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, inner cover engraved Sir John Bennett, 65 & 64 Cheapside, London, case width approx 48mm

    Sale price: £950

  143. Lot Number 153

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Waltham Pocket Watch, the white enamel dial with arabic numerals and subsidiary dial, in gold plated case on 9ct gold Watch Albert, approx 39gms

    Sale price: £420

  144. Lot Number 154

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An IWC - SCHAFFHAUSEN Gentleman's 18ct gold Automatic Wristwatch, the champagne dial with hourly applied baton markers, sweep seconds hand and date aperture at 3 o'clock, long service presentation inscription to reverse, on brown leather strap, case width approx 35mm

    Sale price: not sold.

  145. Lot Number 155

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A William IV silver pair cased Pocket Watch engraved Owen R Brothers, Pwllheli 580, lacks outer case, another engraved Sam Toulmin, London, in gilt case A/F, three Victorian silver cased Pocket Watches, white metal Watch Chain, Sovereign Scales, Spring Balance, Clip and Ring Sizer

    Sale price: £105

  146. Lot Number 156

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Lady's Continental Fob Watch, the white enamel dial with roman numerals in floral engraved case with blue and iridescent guilloche enamel chapter ring, stamped 14K, case width approx 24mm, on hammered link Watch Albert in yellow and white gold marked 18, approx 15gms

    Sale price: £500

  147. Lot Number 157

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 1930's 9ct gold cased slim keyless wind Pocket Watch by J W Benson, London, the silvered dial with arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds dial, case width approx 41mm

    Sale price: £220

  148. Lot Number 158

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Lady's Omega Geneve Wristwatch, the silvered dial with hourly baton markers in gold plated and stainless steel case on black leather strap

    Sale price: not sold.

  149. Lot Number 159

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Gentleman's 1950's Rolex Oyster Royal manual wind Wristwatch, the white dial with  black arabic numerals and minute track marked shock resisting in stainless steel case, model number 6044 reg number 718891, case width approx 31mm, on brown leather associated strap together with original stainless steel Rolex Bracelet in original green box

    Sale price: £500

  150. Lot Number 160

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An early 18th Century pair cased Pocket Watch with chain driven fusee movement, divided tulip type pillars, finely pierced and engraved balance cock, engraved J Knibb, London gilt metal inner case engraved initials, tortoiseshell outer case, A/F, outer case also contains a small needlework sampler of a sailing vessel and two Welsh paper labels

    Sale price: £1,650

  151. Lot Number 161

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An early Victorian silver pair cased Pocket Watch by Bridges, London, No. 38367 fusee movement, Birmingham 1840, and another by Skarratt, Kington No. 51831, London 1868, both A/F

    Sale price: £160

  152. Lot Number 162

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A George III silver pair cased Verge Pocket Watch by John Seymour, No. 7450, chain driven fusee movement, floral scroll pierced and dolphin engraved balance cock, London 1762, A/F

    Sale price: £220

  153. Lot Number 163

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 19th Century 18ct gold cased Hunter Pocket Watch, the white enamel dial with roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, lacks crystal, presentation inscription to cuvette, engine turned case, Swiss marks, case width approx 46mm

    Sale price: £800

  154. Lot Number 164

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An early 18th Century silver pair cased Verge Pocket Watch by Charles Goode of London, the dial with roman numerals and outer arabic numeral minutes, signed at centre, verge movement with chain driven fusée, outer case engraved 'Joseph Dixon', c.1715, case width approx 50mm

    Sale price: £1,400

  155. Lot Number 165

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An early 19th Century silver gilt pair cased key wind Pocket Watch by Martin Clayton of Manchester 7731, the white enamel dial with arabic numerals, having verge movement with chain driven fusée, hallmarked London 1801, approx case width 60mm

    Sale price: £220

  156. Lot Number 166

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An early 19th Century open faced silver cased Pocket Watch by William Gibb, the white enamel dial with roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, Savage 2 pin lever movement, re cased c1820

    Sale price: not sold.

  157. Lot Number 167

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A quarter repeating 14ct gold Hunter cased Chronograph Pocket Watch having white enamel dial with arabic numerals, minute track and subsidiary seconds dial by Audermars Frères, case width approx 60mm

    Sale price: £1,000

  158. Lot Number 168

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Lady's 18ct gold cased Continental open faced keyless wind Fob Watch, the white enamel dial with roman numerals, inscription to cuvette, engine turned outer case, case width approx 32mm

    Sale price: £200

  159. Lot Number 169

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Lady's Continental Half Hunter keyless wind Fob Watch, the white enamel dial with roman numerals in ornately engraved case bearing pink and blue guilloche enamel chapter ring, stamped 18K, case width approx 36mm

    Sale price: £240

  160. Lot Number 170

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An 18th Century gilt and tortoiseshell pair cased key wind Pocket Watch by Sam Harley, Shrewsbury, the white enamel dial with roman numerals and arabic numeral minutes, having verge movement with chain driven fusée, outer tortoiseshell case with piqué decoration, c1770, case width approx 49mm

    Sale price: £420

  161. Lot Number 171

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An 18th Century silver pair cased key wind Pocket Watch by Jos Farmer, London, the white enamel dial with roman numeral hours and arabic numeral minutes, verge movement with chain driven fusée, hallmarked London 1762, case width approx 47mm

    Sale price: £320

  162. Lot Number 172

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An 18th Century Irish silver pair cased key wind Pocket Watch by Philip Glasco, Dublin, the white enamel dial with roman numeral hours and arabic numeral minutes, verge movement with chain driven fusée, c.1770, case width approx 47mm

    Sale price: £320

  163. Lot Number 173

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A mid 19th Century silver pair cased key wind Pocket Watch by George Rodgers, Market Drayton, the white enamel dial with roman numerals, chain driven fusée, hallmarked Birmingham 1854, case width approx 55mm

    Sale price: £250

  164. Lot Number 174

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 19th Century silver pair cased key wind Pocket Watch by Thristler of Willeton, the white enamel dial with roman numerals, chain driven fusée, hallmarked London 1839, cae width approx 58mm

    Sale price: £250

  165. Lot Number 175

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A collection of fifteen silver, white metal and gilt metal Pocket Watches and a J W Benson open faced Pocket Watch in gold plated case

    Sale price: £420

  166. Lot Number 181

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Amber Bead Necklace, approx 165gms, and a graduated Amber Bead Necklace, approx 27gms

    Sale price: £1,300

  167. Lot Number 182

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Cultured Pearl and Diamond Bracelet set groups of three pearls to leaf effect links interspersed with claw-set brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct gold

    Sale price: £580

  168. Lot Number 183

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Aquamarine and Diamond Cluster Ring claw-set oval-cut aquamarine, 2.51cts, within a frame of ten brilliant-cut diamonds, total diamond weight 1.43cts, in 18ct gold, ring size M

    Sale price: £1,600

  169. Lot Number 184

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond three stone Ring claw-set graduated brilliant-cut stones, total diamond weight 1.52cts, in 18ct white gold, ring size J 1/2

    Sale price: not sold.

  170. Lot Number 185

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 9ct gold graduated Double Albert, approx 50gms

    Sale price: £550

  171. Lot Number 186

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald and Diamond two stone crossover Ring claw-set step-cut emerald and old-cut diamond, eight-cut diamonds to shoulders, ring size J 1/2

    Sale price: £2,500

  172. Lot Number 187

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond Tennis Bracelet comprising of fifty eight articulated links each set brilliant-cut stone on hidden clasp in 9ct white gold

    Sale price: £2,400

  173. Lot Number 188

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Amethyst and Diamond Line Bracelet claw-set eighteen oval-cut amethysts, total amethyst weight 11.05cts, interspersed with pairs of brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct white gold

    Sale price: not sold.

  174. Lot Number 189

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Opal and Diamond Cluster Bar Brooch set oval opal cabochon within a frame of old-cut millegrain-set diamonds on simple 18ct gold bar

    Sale price: £180

  175. Lot Number 190

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Victorian Diamond Crescent and Heart Brooch pavé-set throughout old-cut stones in silver backed with gold

    Sale price: £400

  176. Lot Number 191

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond Cluster Earrings each claw-set brilliant-cut stone, approx 0.50cts, within double frame of pavé-set smaller stones in 18ct rose gold

    Sale price: not sold.

  177. Lot Number 192

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond three stone Ring claw-set brilliant-cut stones, total diamond weight 1.80cts, in 18ct gold, ring size L

    Sale price: not sold.

  178. Lot Number 193

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A single row of Cultured Pearls on diamond-set clasp

    Sale price: £130

  179. Lot Number 194

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond Ear Studs each claw-set brilliant-cut stone, estimated total weight 0.80cts, in 18ct white and yellow gold

    Sale price: not sold.

  180. Lot Number 195

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Sapphire and Diamond Ring claw-set oval-cut sapphire, 4.06cts,between two pairs of tapered diamond baguettes in 18ct white gold, ring size 

    Sale price: not sold.

  181. Lot Number 196

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Tanzanite and Diamond Line Bracelet claw-set twenty oval-cut tanzanite, total weight 11.60cts, interspersed with pairs of brilliant-cut diamonds in platinum

    Sale price: £3,100

  182. Lot Number 197

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond Earrings each channel-set a column of calibre-cut stones, stamped 14K

    Sale price: £500

  183. Lot Number 198

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Platinum Wedding Band, approx 5.30 gms

    Sale price: £90

  184. Lot Number 199

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Art Deco Diamond and Sapphire Ring, millegrain-set old-cut diamond within frame of tapered sapphire baguettes and eight-cut diamonds between rows of sapphire baguettes and trios of eight-cut diamonds to shoulders, ring size M

    Sale price: £1,150

  185. Lot Number 200

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Ruby and Diamond three stone Ring claw-set oval-cut ruby, calculates as 2.27cts, between two brilliant-cut diamonds, estimated total diamond weight 2.50cts, stamped PLAT, ring size O. Accompanied by Gem and Pearl Laboratory report number 17186, dated 26th April 2019, stating natural ruby, evidence of heat treatment.

    Sale price: £5,400

  186. Lot Number 201

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond Ear Studs each claw-set brilliant-cut stone, total diamond weight 0.94cts, in 18ct white gold

    Sale price: not sold.

  187. Lot Number 202

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Ruby and Diamond Cluster Ring claw-set oval-cut ruby, 1.25cts, within a frame of brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct gold, ring size J 1/2

    Sale price: not sold.

  188. Lot Number 203

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Star Sapphire and Diamond Ring claw-set blue-grey sapphire cabochon between trios of brilliant-cut diamonds, ring size L

    Sale price: £400

  189. Lot Number 204

    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.

  190. Lot Number 205

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond single stone Ring claw-set old-cut stone, approx 3.00cts, between two baguettes, ring size M

    Sale price: not sold.

  191. Lot Number 206

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An unusual Opal and Diamond Cluster Ring set seven opal cabochons interspersed with twelve rose-cut diamonds in white gold stamped 18ct, ring size K

    Sale price: £380

  192. Lot Number 207

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond single stone Ring claw-set brilliant-cut stone, estimated 0.50 cts, in 18ct white gold, ring size I 1/2

    Sale price: not sold.

  193. Lot Number 208

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Ceylon Sapphire Ear Studs, each claw-set oval-cut stone, total sapphire weight 3.04cts, in 18ct white gold

    Sale price: £2,000

  194. Lot Number 209

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Pink Sapphire and Diamond Ring claw-set oval-cut sapphire, 2.44cts, between two pairs of diamond baguettes in 18ct white gold, ring size L

    Sale price: not sold.

  195. Lot Number 210

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Sapphire and Diamond Brooch claw-set cushion-cut sapphire within frame of rose-cut diamonds on bar set further diamonds between two round sapphires

    Sale price: £230

  196. Lot Number 211

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond Ear Studs each claw-set brilliant-cut stone, total diamond weight 2.25cts, in platinum

    Sale price: not sold.

  197. Lot Number 212

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of carved Italian Coral Ear Pendants each with cluster of fruits, flowers and leaves on 9ct gold wire fittings

    Sale price: not sold.

  198. Lot Number 213

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring corner claw-set step-cut emerald, 4.18cts, within frame of brilliant and baguette-cut diamonds in 18ct white gold, ring size N 1/2

    Sale price: not sold.

  199. Lot Number 214

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Tanzanite and Diamond Cluster Ring peg-set nine round tanzanites within square frame of illusion-set brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct white gold, ring size N 1/2

    Sale price: not sold.

  200. Lot Number 215

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond Tennis Bracelet claw-set forty eight brilliant-cut stones, total diamond weight 7.30cts, in 18ct white gold, accompanied by diamond grading report stating stones SI1-SI3 colour I

    Sale price: £1,700

  201. Lot Number 219

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An 18ct bi-colour fancy link Watch Albert, approx 9gms

    Sale price: £195

  202. Lot Number 220

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond single stone Pendant claw-set brilliant-cut stone, 1.27cts, on fine 9ct white gold chain

    Sale price: not sold.

  203. Lot Number 221

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald and Diamond Ring claw-set step-cut emerald, 0.76cts, between two triangular-cut diamonds in 18ct gold, ring size K 1/2

    Sale price: not sold.

  204. Lot Number 222

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond single stone Ring claw-set brilliant-cut stone, estimated 1.00ct, in 18ct white gold and platinum, ring size K 1/2

    Sale price: £1,100

  205. Lot Number 223

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A graduated Amber type Bead Necklace, approx 130gms

    Sale price: £1,300

  206. Lot Number 224

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 9ct gold curb link Bracelet with padlock fastener and numerous charms, approx 39gms all in

    Sale price: £420

  207. Lot Number 225

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Art Deco style Diamond Ear Pendants, each having two square and two marquise plaques channel and pavé-set baguette and brillant-cut stones, total diamond weight 2.25cts, in white gold stamped 18K

    Sale price: £1,000

  208. Lot Number 226

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Opal and Diamond Pendant claw-set oval opal cabochon within frame of peg-set brilliant and baguette-cut diamonds on fine chain in 9ct gold

    Sale price: not sold.

  209. Lot Number 227

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond Ring having pierced band claw-set three principle rose-cut stones between pavé-set brilliant-cut stones in 18ct white gold, ring size N 1/2

    Sale price: not sold.

  210. Lot Number 228

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Blue Zircon Necklace claw-set thirteen round stones in ropetwist frames with knot effect links between, stamped 9ct, together with matching Bracelet and Ear Pendants, approx 40gms all in

    Sale price: £340

  211. Lot Number 229

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond three stone Ring claw-set graduated old-cut stones, estimated total diamond weight 2.30cts, in white gold stamped 18ct, ring size M1/2 - N

    Sale price: £2,250

  212. Lot Number 230

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Tanzanite and Diamond Ballerina Cluster Ring claw-set oval-cut fine tanzanite, estimated 11.50cts, within frame of tapered baguette diamonds, ring size R

    Sale price: not sold.

  213. Lot Number 231

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald and Diamond five stone Ring claw-set three graduated step-cut emeralds interspersed with two old-cut diamonds, ring size P 1/2

    Sale price: £620

  214. Lot Number 232

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Egyptian Necklace having central engraved tablet between four various seals formed as scarab beetles with gold spacers between on chain stamped 9ct

    Sale price: £680

  215. Lot Number 233

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Blue Topaz and Diamond Cluster Earrings each claw-set oval cabochon topaz within a frame of pavé-set brilliant-cut diamonds

    Sale price: not sold.

  216. Lot Number 234

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Amethyst and Diamond Cluster Earrings each claw-set cushion-cut amethyst within frame of pavé-set brilliant-cut diamonds

    Sale price: not sold.

  217. Lot Number 235

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Jade Earrings each set round cabochon within open work gold frame

    Sale price: not sold.

  218. Lot Number 236

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Garnet Fringe Necklace, the front with three graduated flowerhead plaques set round stones with smaller stones to drops and chain in yellow metal on box clasp

    Sale price: £160

  219. Lot Number 237

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Turquoise and Diamond Brooch, the oval sky-blue turquoise engraved figure wearing a crown, traces of gold inlay, within a frame of old-cut diamonds, 1 3/8 in

    Sale price: £1,000

  220. Lot Number 238

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Sapphire and Diamond three stone Ring claw-set cushion-cut sapphire, 3.37cts, between two old-cut diamonds each 0.85cts, in platinum, ring size N. Sapphire accompanied by Gem and Pearl Laboratory Report number 16898, dated 26th February 2019, stating no evidence of heat treatment. Diamonds accompanied by Anchor Cert Reports numbers 20042979 stating SI1 G and 20042980 stating SI1 F

    Sale price: £7,000

  221. Lot Number 239

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond Drop Earrings each rubover-set brilliant-cut stone above pear-cut stone, estimated total diamond weight 0.90cts

    Sale price: £700

  222. Lot Number 240

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring claw-set oval-cut sapphire within a frame of eight old-cut diamonds in platinum, ring size N - N 1/2

    Sale price: £2,000

  223. Lot Number 241

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald and Diamond Necklace set pear-cut emerald within frame of graduated brilliant-cut diamonds on chain having four drops set diamonds

    Sale price: £500

  224. Lot Number 242

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring set marquise-cut emerald within frame of brilliant-cut diamonds, ring size N

    Sale price: not sold.

  225. Lot Number 243

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ear Pendants each set pear-cut emerald within frame of graduated brilliant-cut diamonds suspended below two further diamonds

    Sale price: £560

  226. Lot Number 244

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Victorian Diamond Brooch the circular openwork plaque claw and pavé-set throughout old and rose-cut stones in silver backed with gold.

    Sale price: £500

  227. Lot Number 245

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Opal and Diamond Cluster Ring claw-set oval opal cabochon within frame of brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct gold, ring size M

    Sale price: £500

  228. Lot Number 246

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond seven stone Ring claw-set brilliant-cut stones in 18ct white and yellow gold, ring size M

    Sale price: £400

  229. Lot Number 249

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Amethyst Necklace set heart-cut stone within pierced frame suspended below round stone and terminating with pear-cut drop on fine chain stamped 9K

    Sale price: £260

  230. Lot Number 250

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Ruby and Diamond Flower Spray Brooch claw-set six round rubies among numerous claw and pavé-set brilliant and eight-cut diamonds

    Sale price: £550

  231. Lot Number 251

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald and Diamond Cluster Pendant claw-set oval-cut emerald within a frame of brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct white gold on 14ct white gold fine chain

    Sale price: not sold.

  232. Lot Number 252

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond, Emerald and Black Onyx Ear Pendants each pavé-set brilliant-cut diamonds to square plaque and two circles, one of which claw-set round emerald to centre, terminating with black onyx drop in 18ct white gold

    Sale price: not sold.

  233. Lot Number 253

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A pair of Diamond Ear Studs each claw-set brilliant-cut stone, estimated total diamond weight 0.40cts

    Sale price: £280

  234. Lot Number 254

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald and Diamond three stone Ring claw-set oval-cut emerald btween two brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct gold, ring size M 1/2

    Sale price: not sold.

  235. Lot Number 255

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A late 19th Century Diamond Necklace/Tiara designed as a graduated fringe of seven openwork plaques each set principle old-cut stone within smaller old and rose-cut stones interspersed with fleu de lys set old-cut stones on articulated knife-edge links, detachable diamond set back section and tiara frame

    Sale price: £9,000

  236. Lot Number 256

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Sapphire and Diamond Brooch pavé-set single round sapphire within numerous old and rose-cut diamonds

    Sale price: not sold.

  237. Lot Number 257

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Opal and Diamond Pendant claw-set square opal cabochon within a frame of peg-set brilliant-cut diamonds suspended from hanging loop pavé-set numerous brilliant-cut diamonds in white gold stamped 750

    Sale price: £650

  238. Lot Number 258

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond and Sapphire Spray Brooch pavé-set round sapphires and eight-cut diamonds in white gold stamped 750

    Sale price: £320

  239. Lot Number 259

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald Serpent Ring claw-set cushion-cut stone within coiled snake frame, rose-cut diamonds to eyes, ring size Q

    Sale price: £340

  240. Lot Number 260

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Serpent Bracelet in 9ct gold, approx 15gms

    Sale price: £300

  241. Lot Number 261

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring claw-set oval-cut sapphire with frame of twelve pavé-set brilliant-cut diamonds in 9ct gold, ring size M

    Sale price: not sold.

  242. Lot Number 263

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Emerald and Diamond Ring corner claw-set step-cut emerald, 0.90cts, within halo frame of pavé-set brilliant-cut diamonds with split shank set further stones to shoulders in 18ct white gold, ring size N

    Sale price: not sold.

  243. Lot Number 264

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Citrine and Diamond Cluster Ring rubover-set oval-cut citrine within frame of pavé-set brilliant-cut diamonds in yellow and white gold, stamped 750, ring size N 1/2

    Sale price: not sold.

  244. Lot Number 265

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond and Ruby Flower Cluster Ring claw-set brilliant-cut diamond within frame of six round rubies and outer frame of twelve brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct gold, ring size K

    Sale price: not sold.

  245. Lot Number 266

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Diamond Drop Pendant rubover-set brilliant-cut stone above pear-cut stone on spirotube chain in 18ct white gold

    Sale price: £400

  246. Lot Number 267

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An Art Deco style Aquamarine and Diamond Cluster Ring corner claw-set step-cut aquamarine, 3.86cts, between two pairs of princess-cut diamonds all within a frame of pavé-set brilliant-cut diamonds in white gold stamped 750, ring size M 1/2

    Sale price: £900

  247. Lot Number 268

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Collection of four Chinese Jade Pendants

    Sale price: not sold.

  248. Lot Number 269

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Collection of six Chinese Jade Pendants

    Sale price: not sold.

  249. Lot Number 271

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Mother of Pearl Box engraved figures to lid with white metal mounts

    Sale price: not sold.

  250. Lot Number 272

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A Dunhill bi-metal circular Cigar Cutter with black leather pouch, in original box

    Sale price: £50

  251. Lot Number 273

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, EARLY 20th CENTURY
    Portrait miniature of a Lady, quarter-length, wearing a white lace-trimmed dress
    oval, on ivorine, within an ornate filigree gilt metal frame
    3 1/4 x 2 1/2 in 

    Sale price: £350

  252. Lot Number 274

    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: £2,000

  253. Lot Number 275

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    An early 20th Century Austrian silver and enamel Box formed as a dome topped trunk decorated rose garlands by George Adam Scheid, engraved to underside 'Raiserparale Strassbourg 24-VIII-08', 2in W

    Sale price: £260

  254. Lot Number 276

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 19th Century bone Fan having pierced guards with gilt detail and vellum leaf painted vignettes of cherubs, in leather covered satin lined box marked 'La Esmerelda, Mexico, Paris'

    Sale price: not sold.

  255. Lot Number 277

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 19th Century Musical Automaton in the form of a conductor having moving head and arm, bisque headed, dressed in silk tailcoat, clockwork movment to base, 15in H, some damage, in associated glazed case

    Sale price: £280

  256. Lot Number 278

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A late 19th Century Chinese lacquered Fan having guards with gilt decoration of figures, and silk leaf brocaded figures with ivory faces in original lacquered box, a box of Japanese paintings on pith, a pair of Japanese shibayama Whist Markers and a chinoiserie Box containing Swan Ink Pen

    Sale price: £280

  257. Lot Number 279

    Jewellery and Objet d’Art

    A 19th Century embossed gilt metal Necessaire Etui containing spoon, scissors, needlecase, etc, some tools associated, one missing, 3 1/2 in

    Sale price: £190

  258. Lot Number 280

    Toys, Dolls & Textiles

    A length of antique William Morris woven Fabric, birds on blue ground, 9ft long x 22in wide

    Sale price: £440

  259. Lot Number 281

    Ethnic Items

    A group of decorative African Tribal Carvings, including a Dan mask, three Akan dolls, two Senufo masks, Dogon figure (7)

    Sale price: £20

  260. Lot Number 282

    Ethnic Items

    A Southern African Walking Cane, the knob finial with etched decoration above entwined snake shaft, metal ferrule, 36in. L

    Sale price: not sold.

  261. Lot Number 283

    Ethnic Items

    A Mende Staff, Sierra Leone, the finial carved as a head with pointed coiffure, 39in. L

    Sale price: £50

  262. Lot Number 284

    Ethnic Items

    A HeHe Stool, Tanzania, circular seat with perimeter lugs above three bowed legs, 12in. H

    Sale price: £100

  263. Lot Number 285

    Ethnic Items

    A Congo Stool, possibly Lega, the four bowed legs with chip carved faces, the central support as a standing figure, 12 1/2in. H

    Sale price: £70

  264. Lot Number 286

    Ethnic Items

    A Zulu Headrest, South Africa, the bowed platform above chip carved and pokerwork block support, 14.5 in. W

    Sale price: £820

  265. Lot Number 287

    Ethnic Items

    A Bari Headrest, Uganda/South Sudan, the square platform above bowed legs united by twisted reptile skin thong, 9in. W.

    Sale price: £440

  266. Lot Number 288

    Ethnic Items

    Two Iatmul Lime Containers and a Ramu Spirit Figure, Sepik, Papua New Guinea, the bamboo receptacles with cassowary feather and rattan collars, surmounted with large hornbill carved stoppers, 42in and 52in L, the figure 39in H (3)

    Sale price: not sold.

  267. Lot Number 289

    Ethnic Items

    A Highlands Chest Ornament, fofona or siripia, Bena-Bena region, Eastern Highlands, Papua New Guinea, woven fibre, nassa and ovula shells,14 1/2 x 14in

    Sale price: not sold.

  268. Lot Number 291

    Ethnic Items

    A May River War Shield, Upper Sepik, Papua New Guinea, long rectangular form with relief carved and painted geometric decoration, rear loop handle, 74 x 16in

    Sale price: not sold.

  269. Lot Number 292

    Ethnic Items

    A Highlands Shield, Upper Sepik, Papua New Guinea, possibly Telefolmin, small narrow form with relief carved and painted decoration, 55 x 30in

    Sale price: not sold.

  270. Lot Number 293

    Ethnic Items

    A Culacula Club, Fiji, of small proportions, probably for a youth, the lenticular head with lateral ridge, circular section shaft, 36in. L

    Sale price: £240

  271. Lot Number 294

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A collection of Japanese ivory Netsuke, early 20th Century, including a fine Meiji netsuke of a huge snake encoiling a monkey  A/F, ten others, and two jade Carvings of a cicada and a bearded figure

    Sale price: £980

  272. Lot Number 295

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese Satsuma and silver mounted Jar, Meiji period, the pierced cover with hallmarks for Samuel Mordan and date letter for 1877, the ovoid body decorated with children??, insects?? and flowers, 6-character marks, 3 1/2 in H, and two modern Chinese archaistic hardstone Carvings (3)

    Sale price: £50

  273. Lot Number 296

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A 19th Century Japanese Shibayana two leaf Screen with carved ivory detail of birds amongst flowering shrubs, floral and leafage scroll carved border, 5ft 11in H, A/F

    Sale price: £130

  274. Lot Number 297

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese Cloisonné enamel Charger, Meiji Period, decorated with four tsuru flying above a large spray of peony, chrysanthemum, morning glory on a vivid salmon pink ground, brocade border, 24in (61cm) diam

    Sale price: £550

  275. Lot Number 298

    Asian / Oriental Items

    ODAKE KOKKAN (1880-1945)
    The Painting Lesson; and In a Workshop
    signed with artist's seal,
    grey wash on linen ,and with titles on linen fold under frame
    16 x 18 1/2 in  (40.7 x 47.1cm) and slightly smaller; two (2)

    The artist studied Yamato-e painting under Kobori Tomone , and his career spanned the late Meiji period to the early Showa period From 1907 he exhibited at various Bunten Exhibitions, but in 1913  all the paintings by Kokkan and his artist brothers were rejected at the 7th Annual Bunten exhibition.Angered by this he organised a counter exhibition in protest at the internal politics of the Bunten.Thereafter he continued to rebal against Government Exhibitions preferring to exhibit with the Hakkakai Group that he had co-founded. He died in 1945

    Sale price: £130

  276. Lot Number 299

    Asian / Oriental Items

    SHIRO KASAMATSU (1891-1991) 'Water at Kiba', shin hanga, colour woodblock print, unframed, 9 1/2 x 14 1/4 in; and KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI (1760-1849) 'Tago Bay Near Ejiri on the Tokaido', oban yoko-e, colour woodblock print, margins slightly trimmed (from the series 36 Views of Mount Fuji); two (2)

    Sale price: £200

  277. Lot Number 300

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese Painting on Silk, c. 1910, depicting chidori amid falling momiji, 27 1/2 x 19in

    Sale price: £120

  278. Lot Number 301

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese roiro-nuri and gold lacquer Card Case, decorated in hiramakie with a fan, mirror and landscape panels, nashiji interior, signed with 3 characters, 4 7/8 in. H

    Sale price: £45

  279. Lot Number 302

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese Kakemono (hanging scroll), Edo Period, Chigo Monju Bosatsu (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: not sold.

  280. Lot Number 303

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A fine Japanese satsuma Vase, Meiji Period, of compressed circular form, painted with six roundels alternating with scenes of samurai and garden flowers, between raised gilt and blue floral scrolling foliate borders at the shoulder and foot, 3in. H.

    Sale price: £420

  281. Lot Number 304

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese blue and white porcelain Brushwasher, 19th Century, of square form with circular aperture, four sides painted with lobed panels of lotus, peony, chrysanthemum and plum blossom, reserved on a "cracked ice" ground, 4-character mark to base, 20in x 10in

    Sale price: £220

  282. Lot Number 305

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Four Chinese Teabowls and Saucers, 18th Century, comprising a pair of clobbered blue and white bowls and saucers, two Chinese Imari bowls and saucers; together with a chinese Imari canted square Teapot Stand (Teabowls and saucers tiny chips, stand crack and wear) (9)

    Sale price: £140

  283. Lot Number 306

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese porcelain monochrome Saucer Dish, apocryphal Yongzheng 6-character mark in a double circle, carved to the interior with a Shou roundel amid clouds and waves, with incised cresting waves border, the outside with similar wave border, all over pale blue glaze, 6 1/4 in D.

    Sale price: £300

  284. Lot Number 307

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese blue and white porcelain Vase,18th/19th Century, of onion shape with straight everted lip, painted with a series of horizontal bands of diaper and stiff leaf decoration, divided by raised ribs left in the white, lappet collar to the foot, 12 1/4in. H
    AMENDMENT: revised auction estimate £1500-2500

    Sale price: £1,450

  285. Lot Number 308

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A fine Chinese Canton enamel Teapot and Cover, Qianlong, of hexgonal lobed form, with loop over handle and S-shaped spout, painted with panels of figures, flowers and birds, landscapes and a poetic inscription with red seals, raised on three bracket feet, 6 3/4 in H (enamel chipped and bruised, A/F

    Sale price: £300

  286. Lot Number 309

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of Chinese Imari porcelain Plates, 18th Century, and a single Plate similar, painted with flowering shrubs, rockwork, landscape panels within decorated cavettos and ruins (one cracked), 9in D (3)

    Sale price: not sold.

  287. Lot Number 310

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese famille verte porcelain octagonal Cache Pot, decorated with court figures on terraces, the interior with goldfish amid water plants, 8in H x 9 1/2in. D

    Sale price: £480

  288. Lot Number 311

    Asian / Oriental Items

    An 18th Century Chinese famille rose and Imari Rose Bowl, 9 1/2in D, together with a 19th Century Chinese blue and white sleeve vase, 12 1/4in H, and two Chinese octagonal blue and white bowls, 6 1/4in D (all A/F) (4)

    Sale price: £30

  289. Lot Number 312

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese reticulated blue and white porcelain Teapot, Kangxi, of double walled hexagonal form, four sides with double pierced panels divided by floral and diaper painted borders, the top with alternating landscape and floral panels, 4 1/4in. H (cracks, chips, lacks cover)

    Sale price: £90

  290. Lot Number 313

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese lacquer Vase of baluster form, decorated mother of pearl, 9in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  291. Lot Number 314

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese export famille rose porcelain Teapot, 6 1/2 in H (no cover, chip), together with a shaped oval mandarin pattern Dish decorated with Manchu figures in summer attire on a terrace, 8in W, and a good Cantonese famille rose Teacup and Saucer (4)

    Sale price: £80

  292. Lot Number 315

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Two small Chinese famille rose porcelain Bowls, each with Daoguang 4-character marks, one painted with four scholars in a garden, 5 1/8 in D, the other with flowers in compartments, 5 5/8 in D (2)

    Sale price: £550

  293. Lot Number 316

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A collection of Chinese Canton famille rose Porcelains, 19th/20th Century, comprising an oval Meat Platter, 14 1/2 in W, a large Saucer Dish (restored) 11in D, a pair of celadon ground Dishes 7 1/4 in D and a two-handled Sucrier and Cover (cracks) 5 in H (6)

    Sale price: not sold.

  294. Lot Number 317

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Two Chinese Monochromes, comprising a Ding-type glazed temple vase (cut down and later applied seal mark) 6in H, and a Ding-type chrysanthemum dish, 4 1/4 in D (2)

    Sale price: £70

  295. Lot Number 318

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A rare Chinese blue and white porcelain Bowl, Qing Dynasty, the inside painted with a four-clawed dragon amid clouds and pearl, within linked diaper border, the outside with a continuous frieze of eight figures in long robes and mandarin hats beside a camel and laden cart (restored), 8in D

    Sale price: not sold.

  296. Lot Number 319

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Four Chinese blue and white Dishes, late 18th/early 19th Century, comprising a Saucer Dish painted with Xiwangmu beside a gnarled willow in a garden, 9 5/8 in D, a landscape Saucer Dish with later gilt border, 8 1/4 in D, and two landscape Plates 9 1/4 in D (all with damage) (4)

    Sale price: not sold.

  297. Lot Number 320

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Eight Chinese Republic-style porcelain Vases, mid 20th Century, variously decorated in famille rose enamels with songbirds, landscapes, figures and flowering peony, all with grey/black diaper borders at the shoulder and neck, all with printed red Qianlong 4-character seal marks, tallest 8in H, and a small famille rose ginger jar and cover (9)

    Sale price: not sold.

  298. Lot Number 321

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese celadon hardstone Carving of a Phoenix (fenghuang), with long tail, folded wings, horns and ears, 5 1/2 x 7 in

    Sale price: £80

  299. Lot Number 322

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese jadeite or hardstone Carving of a Qilin, with long forked tongue, standing on a base with fan, boy with peach and gourd vase, before pine tree, cash, leaf and ruyi sceptre, 4 1/2 x 8 in, wood stand

    Sale price: not sold.

  300. Lot Number 323

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese famille rose porcelain "Boys" Vase, early 20th Century, apocryphal iron red Qianlong 6-character seal mark, painted around the body with sixteen boys playing in a garden between borders of keyfret, lappets, lotus scroll etc. (neck cut down), 9 1/4 in H.
    Footnote: Compare with a similar vase, offered Sothebys, 16 May 2007, lot 530.

    Sale price: £300

  301. Lot Number 324

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A set of three Chinese famille rose porcelain Figures of the Sanxing (Three Stars), Guangxu, comprising Fu, Lu and Shou, each standing in elaborate robes holding their various attributes, on pierced wood bases, 14 1/2 in H. (Lu with crack to neck, Shou with chip to foot. Bases A/F) (3)

    Sale price: £1,950

  302. Lot Number 325

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A small Chinese porcelain Moon Flask, with brown glaze, 9 1/2 in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  303. Lot Number 326

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese squat Vase, Jun type with mauve glaze, 4 1/4 in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  304. Lot Number 327

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese blue and white porcelain bottle Vase, 20th Century, painted with two figures, bats and rocks, bears Kangxi 4-character mark, 7 1/4in. H (hairline crack to neck)

    Sale price: not sold.

  305. Lot Number 328

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of provincial Chinese stained elm Armchairs, shaped top rails with solid splats carved with show tablets, panelled seat, legs with foot rest and bar stretchers, 41in H (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  306. Lot Number 329

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese hongmu Altar Table, the narrow triple panelled scroll end top raised on square chanel carved legs with open key fret scroll brackets and ruyi head feet, 50 1/2 x 16 x 33in.

    Sale price: £420

  307. Lot Number 330

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of Ottoman Bath Slippers, Syria c. 1900, inlaid in mother of pear and metal wire with triangels and zigzag lines, metal thread embroidered velvet vamps, 9in. H (2)

    Sale price: £45

  308. Lot Number 331

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A pair of Egyptian ebonised mashrabiyya Side Chairs, c. 1900, carved cresting rails, above lattice backs, stuffover seats, mihrap lattice aprons, turned feet, 38in. H (2) Provenance: The Villa Taylor, Marrakech, Morocco.

    Sale price: £120

  309. Lot Number 332

    Asian / Oriental Items

    An Ottoman inlaid octagonal Table, Syria c.1890, the mixed wood, bone and mother of pearl geometric inlaid top with six repeated cartouches containing arabic inscription from the shahada, 'La illaha illallah' (`There is only one God`), chequer inlaid edge raised on six legs united by star stretcher, 22in. W (minor losses, stretcher loose)

    Sale price: not sold.

  310. Lot Number 333

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese Painting, Qing Dynasty, depicting a lady holding a lit candle and a girl crouched over a wicker basket holding a folded cloth, ink and watercolour, 18-character inscription and two red seals, 38 x 20in.

    Sale price: £380

  311. Lot Number 334

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Tibetan Thangka of Samputa Heruka, 19th Century, distempter on cloth, painted with the three-faced and six-armed winged deity in union with his consort, standing on Maheshvara and Uma, surrounded by numerous animal headed protectors and other yab-yum herukas, inscribed verso in Sanskrit, 29 1/2 x 20 1/4 in, A/F

    Sale price: £260

  312. Lot Number 335

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Chinese painting depicting Lu Xing, late Qing Dynasty, the star god dressed in red dragon robe and elborate headdress, holding a ruyi sceptre beside an elegant female and a boy attendant with scroll and jade seal, watercolour on paper, 48 x 24in.

    Footnote: The star of Lu in traditional Chinese astronomy, is the sixth star in the Wenchang cluster, and like the Fu star came to be personified. The Lu star is believed to be Zhang Xian who lived during the Later Shu dynasty (AD934-965). The word 'lu' specifically refers to the salary of a government official. As such, the Lu star is the star of prosperity, rank, and influence. The Lu star was also worshipped separately from the other two (Fu and Shu) as the deity dictating one's success in the imperrial exams, and therefore success in the imperial bureaucracy. The Lu star is usually depicted in the dress of a mandarin.

    Sale price: £180

  313. Lot Number 336

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Two South Indian horn model Vehicles and two Figures, c. 1860, comprising a box palanquin (meehana) with sliding doors (one pole missing) and a rickshaw with cloth canopy and red lined interior (A/F), together with a carved and painted figure of a drummer (handwritten label 'Saradah Man'), 6in H, and a smaller figural tableau 2 1/2 in H (4)

    Sale price: £200

  314. Lot Number 337

    Asian / Oriental Items

    WUCIUS WONG (WANG WUXIE b. 1936)
    Untitled,
    mounted, ink and colour on paper
    signed and dated 1972 by the artist
    22 1/2 x 11 3/4 in

    Sale price: £900

  315. Lot Number 338

    Asian / Oriental Items

    Two Chinese Longquan celadon Dishes, Ming Dynasty c. 14th/15th C., comprising a saucer dish with lotus leaf carved border and lotus spray moulded centre within a border of carved scrolls, 13 1/4in D (cracks); and a 'double fish' dish, the centre moulded with carp, the outside with stiff leaves, 5in. D (rim chip underside) (2)

    Sale price: £100

  316. Lot Number 339

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese earthenware Charger decorated exotic birds and flowers in famille rose colours, 14 1/2 in diam

    Sale price: not sold.

  317. Lot Number 340

    Asian / Oriental Items

    An 18th Century rouge de fer porcelain Teapot and Cover, c.1720, of bullet shape, painted with flowering chrysanthemum and peony to each side, above pierced rockwork, 4in H (footing chip, body cracks)

    Sale price: not sold.

  318. Lot Number 341

    Asian / Oriental Items

    A Japanese hardwood Wall Cabinet with a pierced frieze above an arrangement of shelves and a cupboard door carved birds, 2ft 7in W x 2ft 5in H

    Sale price: £400

  319. Lot Number 351

    Ceramics

    A Lalique Vase, relief moulded with irridescent diamond lozenges, interspersed with floral design, 5in, etched R. LALIQUE FRANCE

    Sale price: £560

  320. Lot Number 352

    Ceramics

    A  19th Century Waterford type Ewer and Bowl, the bowl with flanged rim having dentil frieze, bowl 16in diam

    Sale price: £130

  321. Lot Number 353

    Ceramics

    A yellow glass Vase, club shaped with jewelled and gilt decoration, 9in H

    Sale price: £90

  322. Lot Number 354

    Ceramics

    A Royal Worcester oval Comport decorated Anne Hatheway's Cottage, signed R. Rushton, 12 x 7 1/2in

    Sale price: £190

  323. Lot Number 355

    Ceramics

    A Royal Worcester two handled ovoid Jar and Cover decorated Anne Hathaway's Cottage, signed C. Creese, 6in

    Sale price: £130

  324. Lot Number 356

    Ceramics

    A Royal Worcester porcelain Vase, painted by Richard Sebright, decocrated with apples, raspberries, and grapes, gilt waisted neck and oviform body with leaf scroll gilt handles, square gilt socle base, signed, printed puce marks, shape no. 1969, date cypher for 1935, 7in. H

    Sale price: £720

  325. Lot Number 357

    Ceramics

    A Royal Worcester porcelain pot pourri Vase painted by Harry Stinton, decorated with Highland cattle, shape no. H291, date cypher for 1916 (lacks cover)

    Sale price: £240

  326. Lot Number 358

    Ceramics

    Two Royal Worcseter cabinet Plates, one painted by Bill Bagnall depicting fruit and flowers on a marble console with Egyptian revival candlestick, gilt green border, signed W. J. Bagnall, (cracks), the other printed and coloured by Harry Ayrton depicting a thatched cottage titled verso, 'Harrington', fractional no. 5/3265 (cracks) (2)

    Sale price: £100

  327. Lot Number 359

    Ceramics

    A pair of Royal Worcester Dishes of shaped oval form painted still life of fruit, signed S. Smith, 10in

    Sale price: £1,300

  328. Lot Number 360

    Ceramics

    A Worcester blue and white cabbage leaf Jug, printed in the 'Bouquet' pattern (restored handle) 9 1/2in. H, together with a Caughley 'Fruit and Wreath' teabowl, Caughley 'Two Temples' coffee cup and a Worcester 'Fisherman and Cormorant' teabowl (all with restorations) (4)

    Sale price: £160

  329. Lot Number 361

    Ceramics

    A Worcester Teapot and Cover, c. 1758-60, of globular shape, the cover with a bud knop, printed in black with 'The Tea Party' signed 'R H Worcester' for Robert Hancock and with the anchor rebus of Richard Holdship, the reverse with 'The Minuet', the cover with prints of ruins and a windmill, with black line rims  (spout damaged, cover restored) 4 3/4in. H (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  330. Lot Number 362

    Ceramics

    A set of three Samuel Alcock Victorian Staffordshire relief moulded pottery Jugs and two Others, the graduated set decorated in white and lilac with the 'Babes in the Wood'. tallest 8 3/4in. H (smallest wtih rim chip), the other two with classical figures in sage green, tallest 9in. (5)

    Sale price: not sold.

  331. Lot Number 363

    Ceramics

    A Worcester Pickle Dish, circa 1756, of ivy leaf shape, painted in blue with 'The Two-Peony Rock Bird' pattern with a Chinese style garden scene, scroll motifs at the rim, 4 1/4in. L, workman's mark

    Sale price: £140

  332. Lot Number 364

    Ceramics

    A group of 19th Century Porcelains, comprising a Coalport dessert plate printed and coloured with a pair of exotic birds after John Randall, 9 1/2in. D, a Copenhagen bisque figure of a kneeling angel in the manner of Thorvaldson, impressed Eneret, 8in. H (chipped nose), two cups and saucers by Coalport and Ridgeway, and a Continental Vienna-style coffee cup (7)

    Sale price: not sold.

  333. Lot Number 365

    Ceramics

    A Caughley blue and white porcelain part Service, c. 1785, printed with the 'Nankin' pattern, comprising six each of tea bowls, coffee cups and saucers, gilt borders (18)

    Sale price: £320

  334. Lot Number 366

    Ceramics

    A Cantagali red lustre Vase with frieze of flowers, stylised leafage and chevrons, large seated lion handles, 15 1/2in, blue painted cockerel mask

    Sale price: £300

  335. Lot Number 367

    Ceramics

    A blue and white ceramic Table Lamp decorated goldfish with gilt metal ram's mask handles on scallop and leafage design base 2ft 8in H

    Sale price: £120

  336. Lot Number 368

    Ceramics

    A pair of green glazed ceramic baluster Table Lamps with swan handles and panels decorated Napoleon and soldiers on gilt metal bases 2ft 6in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  337. Lot Number 369

    Ceramics

    A large Continental faience Cistern, Cover and Bowl, floral decorated, Cistern  25in

    Sale price: £75

  338. Lot Number 370

    Ceramics

    A late 18th Century Derby porcelain Peasant Girl musician, holding triangle with floral encrustations and painted costume on pierced and gilt rococo base, 8in, incised N 311, A/F

    Sale price: not sold.

  339. Lot Number 371

    Ceramics

    A pair of Derby Figures of Tailor and his Wife on goats, having painted details, 6in, incised No. 62, A/F

    Sale price: not sold.

  340. Lot Number 372

    Ceramics

    A pair of 18th Century Derby Figures of Spring and Summer with finely painted details, 5in, a pair of Derby Cherubs, pair of Derby biscuit Figures, with pair of Figures in brightly painted costume, Derby Figure No. 123, Staffordshire Figure, etc, all A/F

    Sale price: £160

  341. Lot Number 374

    Ceramics

    A George Jones majolica Cheese Dish and Cover of coopered circular form, rose design, base 10in diam

    Sale price: £100

  342. Lot Number 375

    Ceramics

    A Minton type glaze Caneware Cheese Dome and Stand in the form of a beehive with ivy leaf moulding, 12in H, chipped, and four Staffordshire Cheese Dishes with imari and floral patterns

    Sale price: not sold.

  343. Lot Number 376

    Ceramics

    A Coalport part Tea Service decorated floral reserves within apple green and gilt ground, viz: eight cups, eleven saucers, twelve side plates, two jugs, slop bowl, sugar bowl, muffin dish and cover and two dessert plates

    Sale price: £90

  344. Lot Number 377

    Ceramics

    A pair of 18th Century Ansbach Cups and Saucers painted birds perched on branches amongst scattered puce floral sprigs, a pair of pedestal Salts and an 18th Century Oude Amstel Coffee Can finely painted figures in landscape, blue painted Amstel mark

    Sale price: £300

  345. Lot Number 378

    Ceramics

    An early 19th Century creamware Jug monochrome printed sailing vessel and romantic couple, "A Man of War towing a Frigate into Harbour", 8in

    Sale price: £180

  346. Lot Number 379

    Ceramics

    A Royal Doulton Prestige porcelain Figure of Lawrence of Arabia, HN5247, in arab regalia with drawn revolver and mounted on a caparisoned camel, limited edition no. 141/500, 9 3/4 in H

    Sale price: £220

  347. Lot Number 380

    Ceramics

    A C. J. C. Bailey, Fulham, stoneware Vase decorated by Jean-Charles Cazin (1840-1910), incised foliate design in blue, white and green to a buff ground, incised "Fulham" and monogram, 17 1/4 in H

    Sale price: £220

  348. Lot Number 381

    Ceramics

    A pair of James MacIntyre & Co. "Aurelian" Ware Vases, compressed globe and shaft form, printed blue floral decoration with gilt highlights, printed marks, 9 3/4 in H (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  349. Lot Number 382

    Ceramics

    A rare 19th Century Staffordshire blue and white Parrot Border Series Bourdaloue, printed with the Taj Mahal, fruiting leaves, flowers and parrot borse to inside rim,  9in.

    Footnote: This pattern taken for a print entitlted, "The Taj Mahal, Tomb of the Emperor Shah Jehan and his Queen",  published in "A Picturesque Tour along the Rivers Ganges and Jumna, India", 1824, by Lt-Col Charles Ramus Forrest (1750-1827) and Roger Ackermann.

    Sale price: £240

  350. Lot Number 383

    Ceramics

    An 18th Century Lowestoft "Redgrave 2 Birds" pattern Trio, c.1780, comprising a Coffee Cup, Teabowl and Saucer, painted in underglaze blue and iron red (3)

    Sale price: not sold.

  351. Lot Number 384

    Ceramics

    A Beswick Shorthorn Cow Champion Eaton Wild Eyes 91st, 8in, and a Guersey Calf .
    Amendment: one front leg of cow has been repaired

    Sale price: £220

  352. Lot Number 385

    Ceramics

    A Continental Figure of two ladies sat on settee beside table with vase of flowers, oval base with gilt frieze, 10in, blue painted crowned J.C. mark, few chips

    Sale price: not sold.

  353. Lot Number 386

    Ceramics

    Two Dudson blue jasperware Cheese Domes and Stands with friezes of classical figures, acorns and oak leaves, one A/F

    Sale price: not sold.

  354. Lot Number 387

    Ceramics

    A Wedgwood bue jasperware Cheese Dome and Stand with friezes of classical figures and leafage, impressed mark, and another, larger with frieze of cherubs in landscape, fruiting vine and acorn finial

    Sale price: not sold.

  355. Lot Number 388

    Ceramics

    A group of Swansea porcelain Teawares, c. 1815-1817, of London shape, comprising two coffee cups, teacup, three saucers and slops bowl, richly painted in the Japan style with sprays of peony and foliage suspended from a blue and gilt scale border, stencil marks in red (crack and chips) (7)
    Footnote: This rare pattern is recorded in A.E. Jones and Sir Leslie Joseph, Swansea Porcelain Shapes and Decoration, P.206, pl. 4

    Sale price: £200

  356. Lot Number 389

    Ceramics

    A Reissner, Stellmacher & Kessel (Amphora) Vase, Austria c.1905, with applied ceramic cabochons and tube lined decoration, impressed AMPHORA and 3737, 6 3/4 in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  357. Lot Number 390

    Ceramics

    A large white glaze Lazy Susan with moulded shaped circular top, 1ft 10in diam

    Sale price: not sold.

  358. Lot Number 391

    Ceramics

    A Wedgwood Coffee Set and Tray decorated landscape scenes in puce

    Sale price: not sold.

  359. Lot Number 392

    Ceramics

    A contemporary Moorcroft Nursery Rhyme Ginger Jar and Cover, 'Hey Diddle Diddle' depicting cat and fiddle, dog, moon and cow to cover, designer Nicola Slaney, date 2007, limited edition 144 of 250, 6in H
    Proceeds from this lot are going to St Michael's Hospice, Bartestree

    Sale price: not sold.

  360. Lot Number 394

    Ceramics

    A group of Royal Worcester blush ivory Porcelain, all decorated with wild flowers, comprising a ewer, vase, pair of shell edge moulded dessert plates and two covers (restorations) (6)

    Sale price: £75

  361. Lot Number 395

    Ceramics

    A pair of Victorian vaseline glass Bonnet Vases with spiral design, 5in D

    Sale price: £45

  362. Lot Number 396

    Ceramics

    A Staffordshire Figure 'Death of the Lion Queen', 13 1/2 in H

    Sale price: £280

  363. Lot Number 397

    Ceramics

    A large Royal Doulton 'Blue Children' Jardiniere, 13in diam.
    AMENDMENT: Hair crack 

    Sale price: not sold.

  364. Lot Number 398

    Ceramics

    A fine Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre 'Torches' Cabinet Vase circa 1925 after design by Daisy Makeig Jones, the vase of cylindrical form with spreading foot and everted rim, decorated continuous scene in vibrant colours, shape number 3177, printed Portland vase mark and pattern number Z5360 to base, 11in H, some staining to inside of base.

    Sale price: £3,300

  365. Lot Number 401

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    AFTER THOMAS MALTON (1748-1804)
    Sir Christopher Sykes in the Library at Sledmere Hall, Yorkshire
    hand coloured aquatint engraving,
    lacking title plate, within later black painted border (under current mount)
    Pl.16 1/4 x 22 in  (41.4 x 55.8cm)

     Sir Christopher Sykes (1749-1801) inherited Sledmere Hall in 1783. Over the next twenty years he expanded the Estate and made improvements to the house where he employed the services of the plasterer Christopher Rose

    Sold with an architectural  engraving by P. Foudrinier (after Giovanni Battista Barra) depicting a view of a classical temple; two (2)

    Sale price: £300

  366. Lot Number 402

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    AFTER EDWARD DAYES (1763-1804) 
    View of Grosvenor Square, aquatinted by R. Dodd, published 1789 by R. Pollard, Pl 15 x 21 in
    View of Bloomsbury Square, published 1787, engraved by R. Pollard and T. Jukes, Pl. 14 1/2 x 21 in
    View of Queen Square, aquatinted by Robert Dodd, published 1789 by R. Pollard Pl. 15 1/4 x 21 in
    View of Hanover Square, engraved by R. Pollard and F. Jukes, published 1787, Pl 14 1/2 x 21 in
    sold as a composite set of four, unexamined out of frames, one plate with some staining and surface indentation; four (4) a/f

    Provenance: According to a label attached to the reverse of one, these were originally purchased from A. Amor, St James. London, 1922

    This set of  prints variously engraved by Pollard and Jukes, are based on four watercolours by Dayes, which he produced early on  in his professional career. He had exhibited the views of Queen Square and Bloomsbury Square at the Royal Academy in 1787.
    Queen Square was laid out in the early eighteenth century (just east of  Russell Square), and was distinguished for its open prospect of country-side looking towards Hampstead in the north. The other squares depicted by Dayes also date from an early period of London square building

    Sale price: £750

  367. Lot Number 403

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOHN EGERTON C. PIPER CH (1903-1992)
    Stokesay Castle (Levinson no.321)
    screen print in colours (1981), signed and numbered 39/70 in lower margin, printed by Kelpra Studio, London, published by Marlborough Fine Art, London, with full margins, Pl. 21 x 30 in  (53.4 x 63.4cm)

    Provenance: with Bebb Fine Art, Ludlow
                          Private Collection, Herefordshire

    AMENDMENT: there is evidence of foxing in all four margins

    Sale price: £1,800

  368. Lot Number 404

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ERNEST GROOME (fl. mid 20th century)
    '7 Eccles Street',
    colour lithograph,
    signed, inscribed 1/3 and dated (19)77,
    I. 27 1/2  x 24 in (69.8 x 60.9cm)

    Sold with a further limited edition colour lithograph by Ernest Groome depicting 'The Actor James Blanchard as James Joyce', signed, inscribed, and numbered '1/3,' 24 x 36 in; two (2)

    James Joyce's most famous work Ulysees (1922) follows the movement of the character Leopold Bloom through a single day on June 16th 1904. In Joyce's work '7 Eccles Street' was Leopold Bloom's fictional home. In reality that address was a Georgian three storey house in Dublin that was demolished in April 1967.

    'Ernest Groome's lithographs on Ulysees, shown at the Dublin Symposiumin 1977... show (Joyce's) more independently inter-pretative mind' (James Elkins, 'Joyce in Art', p 342 )

    Sale price: not sold.

  369. Lot Number 405

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ARCHIBALD THORBURN (1860-1935)
    A set of three artist's proof colour collotypes depicting Wildfowl, including Widgeon, Pintail and Mallard
    each signed in pencil, all with the blind stamp of The Fine Art Trade Guild, published by W.F. Embleton, 70 Jermyn St. London 1922
    Pl. 11 1/2 x 15 3/4 in (29.2 x 39.9cm)

    This edition was limited to 325 copies and was originally sold for a price of 10 guineas

    Sale price: £260

  370. Lot Number 406

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ENOCH FAIRHURST. (1874-1948)
    The Cordwainer, lithograph,
    pencil signed, inscribed and numbered 37/50 in the lower margin
    Pl. 13 1/4 x 11 in; and a signed etching by C. Batoul depicting an engraver at work; two (2)

     The artist lived in Bolton for most of his life. He was elected a member of Manchester Academy and of the RMS in 1932

    Sale price: £60

  371. Lot Number 407

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    H.R.H. PRINCE CHARLES (b.1948)
    'Overlooking Wadi Arkam, Asir Province'
    colour lithograph,
    pencil signed 'Charles' and dated '2000' in lower margin, and further inscribed 'A/P 3/10', printed by Curwen Chilford Prints, within presentation box
    Pl. 11 x 14 1/2 in  (27.9 x 36.8cm)

    Sale price: £350

  372. Lot Number 408

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOHN SPEED (1551-1629)
    Wales, engraved map, coloured, with printed title 'performed by John Speed and are to be sold by John Sudbury and George Humble in Pope's Head Allye-Cum Privilegio, 1610'
    Pl. 15 x 20 in  (38.2 x 50.8cm)

    Sold together with collection of ten other engraved maps all of Welsh Interest:
    comprising- Montgomeryshire - Christopher Saxton; Glamorga Comitatus - Christopher Saxton; The Countye of Monmouth - John Speed; Merionethshire Described - John Speed; Breknokeshire Both Shyre and Towne described - John Speed; The Countie of Radnor described - Christopher Saxton; Cardigan Shyre Described - John Speed; Glamorgan Shyre with the situautions of the cheife (sic) town Cardiff with ancient Landaffe described - John Speed; Denbighshire - John Speed; Flintshire - John Speed;
    all engraved, many coloured, varying sizes, but the majority circa Pl. 15 x 20 in; eleven (11)

    In 1611 the cartographer John Speed published his 'Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain'. This was the earliest English attempt at producing an atlas on a large scale. The 2nd of this work's four volumes covered Wales and included 'A map of Wales' along with individual maps of the thirteen Welsh Counties. Speed's Theatre was extremely successful and its maps became the basis for folio atlases produced up to the mid 18th Century.

    AMENDMENT: Map cataloguing has been modified

    Sale price: £2,400

  373. Lot Number 409

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    THOMAS GOLDSWORTHY DUTTON (1819-1891)
    'Arrow', 117 Tons winning the Cutter Race at the Royal Cinque Ports Yacht Club Regatta, at Dover, June 24th 1876, (after Josiah Taylor, 1878), with printed dedication under title 'to Tankerville Chamberlayne Esq, of Clanbury Park, Hampshire'
    lithograph in colours, published by B. Day & Son, 7 Sisters Road, London, on wove paper
    Pl.16 x 24 in  (40.6 x 60.9cm)

    Provenance: with The Parker Gallery, London

    The cutters 'Cuckoo' and 'Florida' are also depicted in this view of the Race.
     

    Sale price: £350

  374. Lot Number 410

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    'Daughters of the Empire', a hand written poem, in four verses, composed by Miss Gertrude Lloyd in 1901, dedicated to HRH Princess Christian, contained in an album together with related correspondence sent to the author by and on behalf of various well wishers and supporters, including Mrs Hamilton, wife of the Bishop of Ottawa and the United Britishwomen's Emigration Association
    the poem commences (1st verse):
                 'Brave daughters of the Empire
                 Do you not long to take your part
                 To face the foe in fire and fray
                 To take your chance of shell and dart!
                 Are you not yearning for the call
                 To leave your home -start for the front
                 With lion hearts to stand or fall?
                 But could you bear of war the brunt?

    The publication of the poem coincided with a surge of patriotic support in England for the British Empire following the outbreak of the Second Boer War.
    The poem was printed and distributed by Hatchards of Piccadilly at 6d a copy and the profits given to the Mansion House War Fund for Widows and Orphans and the Transvaal War Fund for Widows, Orphans and wounded Soldiers. Copies of the poem were sent to a number of countries abroad, including Canada where the poem was particularly well received by a fledgling organisation there called 'Daughters of the Empire' of which Gertrude Lloyd was a keen supporter. 'Daughters of the Empire' founded in Canada in 1901 was a women's support group which placed itself  'in the front rank of colonial patriotism' and gave practical charitable aid to soldiers and their dependants.
    Little is known of Gertude Lloyd herself. Though she was recorded at the time by a correspondent of the journal 'The Churchwoman' as 'an earnest worker for women. President of the St.Alban's Diocesan Council, and the Wantage Club for Hotel servants, and much besides'

    Sale price: not sold.

  375. Lot Number 411

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CIRCLE OF  DAVID WILKIE RA (1785-1841)
    Portrait of a Lady, full length, wearing Arab costume,
    watercolour
    15 x 10 in   (38.2 x 25.4cm)

    Sale price: £350

  376. Lot Number 412

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ENRIQUE MARIN HIGUERO (1876-1954)
    Garden at the Alhambra
    signed and inscribed 'E. Marin, Granada' (lower left)
    watercolour
    18 1/2 x 12 1/2 in  (47.1 x 31.7cm)

    Provenance: Dorothy Ellen Stephenson
                          Thence by family descent

    Higuero studied at the School of Fine Art of San Telmo, in Malaga and later in Madrid.
    For a time he also worked at The Academy of Fine Arts in Rome

    Sale price: £700

  377. Lot Number 413

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CHARLES TAYLOR (fl 1841-1883)
    Sail and Steam
    signed 'Charles Taylor' (lower left)
    watercolour with scratching out
    15 x 22 in  (38.2 x 55.9cm)

    Sale price: £200

  378. Lot Number 414

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

     EDWIN AARON  PENLEY (active 1853-1890) 
    Newhaven
    watercolour heightened with white
    9 x 20 in  (22.8 x 50.8cm)

    Provenance: with Heather Newman, Painswick. Glos.
                        thence to the present vendor's family

    Sale price: £200

  379. Lot Number 415

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED TO DOMINIC SERRES RA (1722-1793)
    Tintern Abbey; and A Crossing Point on a River, said to be the Wye 
    watercolour
    17 1/4 x 23 1/4 in  (43.7 x 59.2cm); a pair (2)

    Sale price: £600

  380. Lot Number 416

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ALBERT MOULTON FOWERAKER (1873-1942)
    A mountain Landscape, Spain
    signed 'A.M. Foweraker' (lower right)
    watercolour
    13 1/4 x 20 in  (33.7 x 50.8cm)

    Sale price: £240

  381. Lot Number 417

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    EDWIN HAYES RHA RI ROI (1819-1904)
    Fishing Boats off a Quay, said to be Wicklow Head
    signed and dated 'E. Hayes, 1881' (lower right)
    and with further signature (lower left)
    watercolour heightened with white
    16 x 26 1/2 in  (40.6 x 67.3cm)

    Sale price: £500

  382. Lot Number 418

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED TO JAMES DUFFIELD HARDING OWS (1798-1863)
    Royal Horse Artillery, Portobello Barracks, Dublin
    watercolour heightened with white
    6 1/4 x 10 in  15.8 x 25.4cm

    Provenance: with the Walker Galleries, New Bond Street, London
                         Private Collection, Monmouthshire

    Portobello Barracks was originally designed as a cavalry barracks between 1810-1815

    Sale price: £220

  383. Lot Number 419

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    THOMAS SHOTTER BOYS (1803-1874)
    The Shrine of King Henry Vth, Westminster Abbey
    signed 'T. Boys' (lower right)
    watercolour
    11 1/2 x 8 in  (29.3 x 20.4cm)

    Provenance: with The Palser Gallery, 27 King Street, St.James
                         


    In 1850 Thomas Shotter  Boys exhibited  as no. 22 at the NWCS a watercolour titled 'The Chapel of Edward the Confessor...and the Tomb of Henry 111'. The example at Brightwells may also have been painted at around that time for a related project at Westminster Abbey.

    The Brightwells example may very possibly be the same watercolour, formerly in the collection of Walter Turner, Esq. that was sold at Sotheby's, London June 1-2 1948 (£32 to Mrs S. Thomson)

    Sale price: £850

  384. Lot Number 420

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    BENJAMIN WALTER SPIERS (fl. 1875-1893)
    'Far Away'
    inscribed on the reverse 'B.W. Spiers. Far Away'
    watercolour heightened with white
    5 x 7 in  (12.7 x 17.8cm)

    Sale price: £420

  385. Lot Number 421

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DAVID COX RWS (1783-1859)
    On a Country Lane
    watercolour
    6 x 9 in  (15.3 x 22.8cm)

    According to a typed label attached verso said to have once been in the collection of G.W. Macfarlane, Esq

    Provenance: with The Palser Gallery, 27 King Street, St.James, London

    Sold with a watercolour depicting Fishing boats off a Shore, ascribed to Louis Thomas Francia; and a grey wash by Michael Angelo Rooker depicting Castle Acre Castle, Norfolk (Provenance: Thomas Agnew & Son); three (3)

    Sale price: £800

  386. Lot Number 422

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CIRCLE OF JOHN SELL COTMAN (1782-1842)
    A river-side  view with Figures
    pencil
    6 x 8 in  (15.3 x 20.3cm)

    Sold together with a watercolour depicting a rustic river landscape with figures fishing near a water-mill, English School, c.1810; two (2)

    Sale price: £100

  387. Lot Number 423

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    PATTY TOWNSEND JOHNSON (1845-1907)
    Mostyn Church, North Wales
    signed and dated 'Patty Townsend 1898' (lower right) and inscribed as title and price £10-10 sh. on remnants of artist's exhibition label verso
    watercolour
    6 1/2 x 9 1/2 in  (16.5 x 24.2cm)

    Exhibited: Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours 

    A Coventry born artist Patty Townsend was largely self-taught though took some lessons from John Burgess RWCS. She married into the family of a wealthy industrialist and lived at Attleborough Hall, Nuneaton. At that time she added her husband's surname Johnson to her own, and thereafter painted under the name Patty Townsend Johnson. She exhibited at the Royal Academy and other leading London Galleries

    Sale price: £80

  388. Lot Number 424

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    RICHARD  PHENE SPIERS (1838-1916)
    A Courtyard, Cairo
    signed, inscribed and dated  'R. Phene Spiers, Cairo, 1868'
    watercolour
    13 x 9 1/4 in  (33.1 x 23.5cm)

    For another comparable work by the artist titled 'A Courtyard of a House, Cairo' cf. Bonhams, December 12th 2006. lot 507

    Richard Spiers trained at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris and later in the office of the architect Sir Matthew Digby Wyatt. As a young architect he travelled to Egypt, Syria and the Middle East. There he visited amongst other locations, Damascus (where he painted the Great Khan), Palmyra and the Temple of Jupiter at Baalbeck.

    He exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy and also at The Society of British Artists, Suffolk Street, London. He was President of the Architectural Association in 1867/1868; and later became Surveyor of the Royal Academy in 1877

    Sale price: £600

  389. Lot Number 425

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CHARLES FREDERICK BUCKLEY (1812-1869)
    A Highland Loch landscape with figures alighting from a boat; and A Highland landscape with two sportsmen and their dogs resting near rocks
    both signed 'C.F. Buckley (lower right and left respectively), one dated 185 (?)
    watercolour with touches of white
    10 1/4 x 14 1/2 in; a pair (2)

    Buckley moved from Cork to live in London in 1850. He exhibited at the RA and the RBA from 1841 to 1869.

    Sale price: £300

  390. Lot Number 426

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    FREDERICK BOURGEOIS DE MERCEY (1805-1890)
    Oberwesel on the Rhine
    watercolour
    3 3/4 x 5 1/2 in  (9.6 x 14.1cm)

    From an album c. 1837

    Provenance: with Brian Sinfield, Filkins, Glos

    Sold with a watercolour by John Steeple depicting 'Pont Nantynedd in the Cliefon, Merionethshire'; and a watercolour by A. Alfred Clarke Wells depicting a view of Laherne, Cornwall; three (3)

    Sale price: £180

  391. Lot Number 427

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CRESWICK BOYDELL RCA  (1861-1919)
    By a River
    signed 'Creswick Boydell RCA' (lower right )
    watercolour
    9 1/2 x 16 1/2 in  (24.2 x 41.9cm)

    Sold with a watercolour by David Woodlock depicting 'a figure by a garden gate'; two (2)

    Sale price: £240

  392. Lot Number 428

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DOUGLAS FOX PITT (1864-1922)
    In A Garden
    signed 'D. Fox Pitt' (lower left)
    watercolour
    8 1/2 x 12 1/2 in  (21.6 x 31.8cm)

    The artist studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture and later at the Slade. From 1907 he exhibited at the RBA and was a founder member of the London Group. A friend of Walter Sickert, with whom he painted in Dieppe. He travelled widely on the Continent and in North Africa.

    Sale price: £130

  393. Lot Number 429

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    REUBEN WARD BINKS (1880-1950)
    '
    Rector' and 'Jolly Boy' - Beagles in a kennel yard
    signed 'Ward Binks', inscribed and dated (19) 39
    watercolour and gouache
    12 x 15 in  (30.5 x 38.2cm)

    Provenance: with David Messum, Beaconsfield

    Reuben Ward Binks worked in both India and the USA as well as in England. His clients included the Maharajah Bhupinder Singh, The Maharajah of Patiala, and three generations of the Royal Family from King Edward VII to King George VI

    Sale price: £700

  394. Lot Number 430

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    AARON EDWIN PENLEY ANWS  (1807-1870)
    In the Highlands
    signed and dated 'Aaron Penley 1864' (lower left)
    watercolour heightened with white
    9 x 14 in  (22.8 x 35.6cm) 

    The artist  was Professor of Drawing at the Addiscombe Military College and also Water-Colour painter to William IV and Queen Adelaide

    Sale price: £75

  395. Lot Number 431

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    A Traveller's Album containing pencil drawings, principally depicting landscapes of Madeira, and some of views around Plymouth, on whatman paper, many pages loose, the pages variously inscribed and dated, inscriptions include:
    From the Rocks Madeira June 21st 1835; View of Funchal near the Jil June 21st 1835; View of the Sugar Mill nr Carnara Lobas Madeira April 1835; View from the Rocks near the Sugar Mill; View of the Curral from the Jaschin including Rivivo May 11th 1830; View of the Serra D'Aqua May 11th 1835; View of the Peak Castle from the St. Antoine Road May 15th; Funchal from the Ice House May 13th 1835; The Fayal with St. Ozer in the distance May 14th 1835; View of the Azco de St. Gorge with Ponte de Mornis May 26th 1835; Nr St. Lorenco from the Rocks near St. Arno's May 20th 1835; Babbanah, Madeira Dec 11th 1834; Guaro Feb 28th; View of Cape Tyrana from the Western Road Madeira March 13th 1835; View of the Riyal Barine the Penhad Aqua Point St Lorenco in the distance June 1835; Sketch of Machiso with St. Lorenco in the distance June 1835; The Curral from the St. Antonie Road, June 13th 1835; View of the Curral Barrier from Pico Ilreale May 14th 1835; View of the mountains near St. Vicento May 24th 1835; Rua Hora de Bella Vista, Funchal Madeira June 18th 1835; View of the Brazen Head & Desertar from Jurnta de Relevvo Seco May 20th 1835; View of the Funchal June 22 1835; Loofort June 22 1835; Lizard Point from the Brig Dart July 1835; near Lizard Point from the Brig Dart July 13th 1835; and Plymouth Docks, Devonport & Sir Francis Drake Island from the Brig Dart; Sketch from Plymouth Harbour Fr. Brig Dart, July 16th 1835, album page size 10 1/4 x 14 1/4 in

    Provenance: The Goode/Phelps family of Madeira; by descent 
                           Thence to the present vendor

    Sale price: £200

  396. Lot Number 432

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED TO JAMES GREEN (1771-1834)
     Portrait of a Child, head and shoulders
     watercolour
    4 x 3 1/2 in (10.3 x 8.9cm)

    Sold together with a pencil portrait by R. Bowman depicting a Lady c. 1810, traditionally identified as Chiquila Hope-Graves;  (2)

    James Green, to whom this work has traditionally been attributed, was apprenticed to Thomas Martyn, a natural history draughtsman of Great Marlborough Street, London. Later he studied at the RA Schools and first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1792.

    Sale price: £230

  397. Lot Number 433

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WALLER HUGH PATON RSA RSW (1828-1895)
    'Bedgellert' - a view of a timber yard behind cottages
    signed with monogram (lower right), inscribed 'Bedgellert' and dated '30th Sept 1862'
    watercolour with touches of white, arched top
    9 1/2 x 14 in  (24.2 x 35.6cm)

    Provenance: with Heather Newman, Painswick, Glos
                         

    Sale price: £350

  398. Lot Number 434

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    FOLLOWER  OF MICHELANGELO MAESTRI (1741-1812)
    La Verga D'Aronne, e il Serpente di Bronzo - La Verge D'Aaron, et le Serpent D'Airain
    watercolour probably over etched base
    inscribed as title in lower margin
    16 x 31 in  (40.6 x 78.8cm)

    The bronze (brazen) serpent on a pole is first described in the Book of Numbers which God told Moses to erect so that the Israelites who saw it would be protected from the bites of the fiery serpents. In Kings, King Hezekiah institutes an iconclastic reform that requires the destruction of the 'brazen' serpent that Moses had made; for unto those days the children of Israel did burn incense to it and it was called Nehushtan.The term means 'a brazen thing, a mere piece of brass'.

    Sale price: £280

  399. Lot Number 435

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOHN WHITE RI  (1851-1933)
    Figures on a Path, overlooking the Sea
    signed 'J. White RI' (lower right)
    watercolour and bodycolour
    18 x 11 1/4 in  (45.7 x 28.6cm)

    John White's parents emigrated to Australia in 1856, and he was educated at Dr. Brunton's School, Melbourne. He returned to Edinburgh and studied at the Royal Scottish Academy between 1873-1879. Later he came south and exhibited at the Royal Academy, Suffolk Street, The New Watercolour Society and Graves Galleries. He became a member of the RI in 1882.
    Paintings exhibited at the Royal Academy included 'Haymaking in Devon', 1895. In the Exeter Museum is a work entitled 'A Village Wedding, Shere Surrey'. 

    White lived for much of his career painting scenes of life along the East Devon coast including Branscombe, Seaton and Sidmouth. He also painted scenes on the North Devon coast including scenes at Lynmouth and Clovelly

    Sale price: £650

  400. Lot Number 436

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM MARLOWE (1740-1813)
    A Smuggler's Cove
    watercolour over pen and ink
    10 1/4 x 12 1/2 in  (26.1 x 31.8cm)

    Provenance: with Heather Newman, Painswick. Glos
                          Thence to the present vendor's family

    Sold with a pencil drawing (heightened with white) by another hand depicting the 'Mouth of the (river) Sid, Sidmouth, Sept 20th 1865'; two (2)

    Sale price: £180

  401. Lot Number 437

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ENGLISH SCHOOL CIRCA 1805.
    Portrait of Mrs John Brett, seated with her two eldest children Elizabeth (b.1800) and her sister Agnes
    watercolour on card
    6 1/4 x 5 in  (5.8 x 12.7cm)

    Provenance: The sitters' family, by descent

    Sold together with a mid 19th century pastel portrait depicting James Brett holding a riding crop; two (2)

    Sale price: £650

  402. Lot Number 438

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    GEORGE LOTHIAN HALL (1825-1888)
    Snowstorm at Penmaenmawr, North Wales
    signed and dated 'G.L. Hall 1881' (lower right)
    and with inscription verso 'Penmaenmawr January 17th 1881'
    16 x 23 1/2 in  (40.6 x 59.8cm)

    For a comparable composition by the artist cf. Christies, South Kensington, 22nd March 2006 lot 1503 (A Coastal view with Dunure Castle, Ayrshire)
    AMENDMENT: Revised Estimate £150-200

    Sale price: £170

  403. Lot Number 439

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WALTER RICHARD SICKERT RA  (1860-1942)
    South Facade of St. Jacques, Dieppe
     dated '1907' (lower right)
    chalk and gouache, with touches of watercolour on paper, browned, squared, laid down on backing mount
    12 1/2 x 8 3/4 in  (31.7 x 22.3cm)

    Provenance: with Messrs Roland, Browse and Delbanco, London 
                          Mrs H Hammersley, Christie's, King Street, London 19th March 1971, lot 54, £200 anon
                          Private Collection, Ludlow

    This working sketch  is believed to be a study for an oil painting which depicts the south facade of  Saint Jacques, the fourteenth century Cathedral in Dieppe. That work (Collection of the Museum of Rouen) is dateable to 1907-1908.
    Wendy Baron described Sickert as the topographer of Dieppe. 'Sickert's pictures of Dieppe's Waterfront, Streets, Churches and Old Houses constitute an enduring and reliable record of its aspect' (See Wendy Baron, Sickert, Phaidon, 1973 p 55)
    Sickert's long association with Dieppe began in his childhood and continued until 1922 - a period of over three decades. The town inspired a prolific concentration by the artist on its buildings and street-scapes. Indeed the artist Jacques Emile Blanche wrote of Sickert that 'no other artist has perfectly felt and expressed the character of the town whose Canaletto he has become'.
    For a depiction of the south facade of St. Jacques, from a similar viewpoint  as the Brightwells' example, cf. an oil painting by Sickert offered at Christie's, King Street, London, lot 1 June 28th 2006. The Church of St. Jacques was a favoured subject for the artist. He had an interest in the dark and brooding aspect of the Gothic structure and painted it under all sorts of light and weather conditions. His numerous views of the building in the period c.1898 -1910 have resulted in a body of work whose diversity of mood and manner of execution provide one of the most intense legacies of those years.

    Sale price: £1,000

  404. Lot Number 440

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOHN LINNELL (1792-1882)
    By a River
    signed 'J. Linnell' (lower left)
    pencil, sepia ink and watercolour
    5 1/4 x 7 1/2 in  (13.9 x 19.1cm)

    Dateable to c.1829

    This drawing relates closely to a slightly larger pen, ink and wash variant of the same subject, which was sold at Christie's London, lot 95, Nov 16th 2006. Both studies display a view of the river from an identical viewpoint. In the Brightwells example however, the artist has added considerably more colour into the composition.

    Both drawings appear to be a studies for a larger oil painting on panel by the artist (dateable to 1830) which was sold at Sotheby's 17th July 1977, lot 49. On a page of Linnell's Journal (British Museum) dated 1829, there is a rough sketch by the artist of that work titled as 'A Village near a River-Showery Weather'. Linnell may  have painted a duplicate version of the oil painting as another pen and ink sketch by him of the same subject appears on another page in the Journal (dated 1830) inscribed 'Duplicate of Village near a River'.

    The Brightwells example can also also be compared on stylistic grounds with another watercolour by the artist which was once owned by Sir William Agnew Bt. That work titled 'An angler by a river at Sunset', was sold at Christie's South Kensington, London, December 8th 2011, lot 396

    Sale price: £2,200

  405. Lot Number 442

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DAVID BARNES (b.1942)
    Anglesey Coast
    signed 'David Barnes' on the reverse
    oil on board
    16 x 19 1/2 in  (40.7 x 49.6cm)

    Sale price: £420

  406. Lot Number 443

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DAVID BARNES (b.1942)
    Farm in the Pass
    signed 'David Barnes'on the reverse
    oil on board
    16 x 11 1/2 in  (40.6 x 29.3cm)

    Sale price: £600

  407. Lot Number 444

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DAVID BARNES (b.1942)
    Moonlight in Gwynned
    signed 'David Barnes' on the reverse
    oil on board
    12 1/2 x 16 in  (31.8 x 40.6cm)

    Sale price: £550

  408. Lot Number 445

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DAVID BARNES (b.1942)
    North Coast, Lleyn, North Wales
    signed 'David Barnes' on the reverse
    oil on board
    12 1/2 x 16 in  (31.7 x 40.6cm)
     

    Sale price: £450

  409. Lot Number 446

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CIRCLE OF CORNELIUS VAN SPAENDONCK (1756-1840)
    Still Lifes
    oil on panel, oval
    7 3/4 x 4 in  (19.7 x 10.3cm); a pair (2)

    Sale price: £200

  410. Lot Number 447

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WILLIAM NORMAN GAUNT (1918-2001)
    Cornfield, Yorkshire, with distant view towards Ingleborough
    signed 'W.N. Gaunt' (lower left), and inscribed verso 'The Cornfield, Yorkshire' 12 gns (Ingleborough 2373ft)
    oil on board
    16 x 24 in (40.6 x 60.9cm)

    Ingleborough is the second highest mountain in The Yorkshire Dales

    The artist studied at Lancaster School of Art from 1946-1949 with Walter Bayes. He exhibited later with the Lancaster Group and at the RWS and the RI. He lived at Morecambe, Lancashire for a number of years before moving to Giggleswick, Yorkshire.

    Sale price: £130

  411. Lot Number 448

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    SOMMERSHUIZEN ( fl c 1880-1920)
    An east European  street scene with figures at a soup kitchen
    oil on porcelain
    15 x 23 1/2 in  (38.2 x 59.8cm)

    The location depicted is possibly Dresden

    Sale price: £120

  412. Lot Number 449

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ALBERT DURER LUCAS (1828-1919)
    In Chilworth Woods
    signed and dated 'A.D. Lucas 1880' (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    8 x 9 1/2 in (20.3 x 24.2cm)

    The artist lived at Chilworth near Romsey, Hants. His family having originally moved there from Salisbury in 1850. Albert worked from a studio at their house Chilworth Towers for over half a century. His works characterised by his meticulous detailed style, executed in a pre-Raphaelite manner. Lucas exhibited widely, frequently in London, and also more locally at exhibitions with the Southampton Art Society. In 1880 he won a gold medal at an international exhibition held at Melbourne, Australia.

    Sale price: £450

  413. Lot Number 450

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    PENRY WILLIAMS  (1802-1885)
    'M. di Sora with her sleeping Child'
    signed and dated 'P. Williams, Rome 1838' (lower left)
    with old inscription as title on the stretcher, and with remnants of old 1909 exhibition label verso'
    oil on canvas
    9 3/4 x 6 1/2 in  (24.8 x 16.5cm)

    Provenance: Christie, Manson and Woods, London, 1876. Unsold at 11 gns
                          Charles Russell James, Esq. 1909

    Exhibited: Merthyr Exhibition, 1909, no.90

    Literature: Derrick Pritchard Webley. 'Outcast to the Winds - The Life and Work of Penry Williams (1802-1855), published 1997 by National Library of Wales  (where listed as missing)

    Sale price: £400

  414. Lot Number 451

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED TO HERMANUS KOEKKOECK JNR (1836-1909)
    Off a Quay, Holland
    bears indistinct signature (lower left )
    oil on canvas, unframed
    10 x 14 in  (25.4 x 35.6cm)

    Sale price: not sold.

  415. Lot Number 452

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    JOACHIM HIERSCHL-MINERBI (1834-1905)
    Figures on a beach in a storm, with a boat in distress off-shore
    signed verso 'Van Hier'
    oil on board
    5 1/2 x 8 1/2 in  (13.9 x 21.6cm)

    A similar compostion by the artist was depicted on postcards, published by Raphael Tuck Ltd. Minerbi was a Jewish artist, born in Trieste. He is believed to have travelled widely on the Continent including the Netherlands. He often signed his paintings with a pseudonym 'Van Hier'.

    Sale price: £260

  416. Lot Number 453

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    HENRY FREDERICK LUCAS-LUCAS (1848-1943)
    'Bridesmaid', a dappled grey horse in a stable
    signed and dated 'H.F. Lucas-Lucas, 1907', inscribed 'Bridesmaid', and further inscribed on the reverse 'Bridesmaid by Greyfriars, painted by H.F.Lucas Lucas, Rugby, May 1907'
    oil on canvas
    11 x14 in  (27.9 x 35.6cm)

    The artist moved to Rugby from Lincolnshire in 1878 and remained there for the rest of his life. He exhibited three paintings at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (1885-1887), but most of his works were commissioned. He also worked on occasion for Messrs Fores who published several of his works as prints.

    Sale price: £1,000

  417. Lot Number 454

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    GUSTAVE DE BREANSKI (c.1856-1888)
    'Anchored in the Bay'
    with faint traces of indistinct scratched signature (lower left), and further signed and inscribed in the artist's hand as title verso
    oil on board
    11 x 15 in  (27.9 x 38.2cm)

    Gustave de Breanski was the younger brother of the landscape painter Alfred de Breanski. He exhibited seven marine subjects at the Royal Academy between 1878 and 1887. He  also displayed work at other London locations including the Suffolk Street Galleries.

    Sale price: £260

  418. Lot Number 455

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    LEIGHTON HALL WOOLLATT (1905-1974)
    Campanula and Rhodedendrons
    signed 'L.H. Woollatt' (lower left)
    and inscribed on the reverse with the artist's Nottingham address
    oil on canvas board
    18 x 14 in  (45.8 x 35.6cm)

    Woollatt studied at Nottingham College of Art and at the Royal Academy Schools. During World War Two he was an official War Artist.

    Sale price: £240

  419. Lot Number 457

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES ROBERT LESLIE RA (1794-1859)
    Found Out !
    oil on panel
    17 1/4 x 24 in  (43.8 x 60.9cm)

    Sale price: £150

  420. Lot Number 458

    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  (34.3 x 47.1cm)

    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: not sold.

  421. Lot Number 459

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    EDMUND BRISTOW (1787-1876)
    'The End of the Chapter'
    oil on panel
    9 x 13 in  (22.8 x 33.1cm)

    Another version of this subject by the artist (dateable to 1822) is recorded

    Sale price: £380

  422. Lot Number 460

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM STRANGE (Exh. 1902-1931)
    On a Village Street
    signed and dated 'C.W. Strange 12' (lower left)
    oil on canvas, unframed
    14 1/2 x 18 1/4 in  (36.8 x 46.3cm)


    The artist lived at Padworth near Reading between 1902-1914. In  a studio there he painted landscape and still life subjects. He exhibited at both the Royal Academy and The New English Art Club.

    Sale price: £180

  423. Lot Number 461

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    LIONEL VICTOR BULMER (1919-1992)
    Near the Sea
    signed 'L. Bulmer' (lower right)
    oil on canvas board
    16 x 20 in  (40.7 x 50.8cm) 

    Lionel studied at the Clapham Art School and later at the Royal College of Art under the tuition of Ruskin Spear, Carel Weight and Charles Mahoney.

    Sale price: not sold.

  424. Lot Number 462

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    J. MORRIS (fl. late 19th century)
    Returning from Market
    signed 'J. Morris'
    oil on canvas
    20 x 30 in  (50.8 x 76.2cm)

    Sale price: not sold.

  425. Lot Number 463

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    HERBERT JAMES DRAPER (1863-1920).  
    Tilford Bridge, Surrey
    signed 'Herbert Draper' (lower right)
    oil on panel
    15 x 11 1/2 in   (38.2 x 29.3cm)

    The reverse of the panel bears a pencil inscription 'purchased 18/12/14'

    The Packhorse Bridge at Tilford, Surrey was originally constructed in 1128.

    Though Draper is best known as a painter of mythological and portrait subjects, he also painted landscapes. For another landscape by this artist cf. Lawrence's, Crewkerne, 11th July 2014,  lot 2059

    Sale price: £550

  426. Lot Number 464

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WALTER ROBIN JENNINGS. (1927-2005)
    Rural Tranquillity
    signed 'W.R. Jennings'
    oil on canvas
    30 x 40 in  (76.3 x 101.6cm) 

    The artist was based in Staffordshire for most of his working life, and drew inspiration for his work from the landscape of the West Midlands. His work was widely reproduced by Medici, Royle, and Solomon and Whitehead.

    Sale price: £350

  427. Lot Number 465

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    FRANK HASELER (1928 -1998)
    'Dressing Table and Flowers'
    signed and dated 'Haseler 87' (lower right)
    oil on canvas laid on board
    20 x 24 in  (50.7 x 60.9cm)

    Provenance: with the Bourne Gallery, Reigate, Surrey

    Sale price: not sold.

  428. Lot Number 466

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    DANIEL SHERRIN (1869-1940)
    Evening on a Surrey Common
    signed 'D. Sherrin' (lower left)
    oil on canvas
    20 x 30 in  (50.8 x 76.2cm)

    Sale price: £400

  429. Lot Number 467

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CHARLES LESLIE (1839-1886)
    A Highland Loch Landscape
    indistinctly signed and dated 1875 (lower left)
    oil on panel
    5 1/2 x 8 1/2 in  (13.9 x 21.6cm)

    Sale price: not sold.

  430. Lot Number 468

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WILLIAM HENRY MANDER (1850-1922)
    On a Welsh River
    signed 'W.H.Mander'  (lower left)
    oil on canvas
    14 1/2 x 20 1/2 in  (36.8 x 52.1cm)

    Provenance: with Haynes Fine Art of Broadway, Worcestershire

    Sale price: £260

  431. Lot Number 469

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    AUGUSTUS WILLIAM HARING  (Fl.1898-1903)
    'The Rising Moon'
    signed 'Augustus W. Haring' (lower right), and inscribed as title on artist's label on the reverse,
     oil on canvas
    16 x 24 in  (40.6 x 60.9cm)

    Provenance. Private Collection, Powys

    A companion picture by the artist titled 'The White House', (dateable to 1901) was offered for auction at Sarasota Estate Auctions, USA on January 21st 2018

    Sale price: £500

  432. Lot Number 470

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WALTER WILLIAMS  (1835-1905)
    In North Wales
    signed 'Walter Williams' (lower left)
    with indistinct inscription in pencil on stretcher, oil on canvas
    16 x 24 in  (40.7 x 60.9cm)

    For another comparable  landscape in North Wales by the artist,cf. p 318 (ill) 'The Williams Family of Painters'. by Jan Reynolds. Antique Collector Club, publ. 1975

    Sale price: £500

  433. Lot Number 471

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CIRCLE OF LOUIS LEOPOLD BOILLY (1761-1845)
    Portrait of a blind Man
    seated quarter-length, wearing a dark coat and white ruff
    oil on canvas
    26 x 21 in  (66.1 x 53.4cm)

    Sale price: £260

  434. Lot Number 472

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WILLIAM EDWARD WEBB (1862-1903)
    At a Quay-side
    bears strengthened signature 'W.Webb' (lower left)
    oil on canvas
    15 1/2 x 23 in  ( 39.4 x 58.4 )

    The painting depicts a ship of The Inman Line (possibly the S.S City of.Chicago) and other shipping in a harbour .
    The Inman Line operated out of Liverpool and other ports, servicing a number of cross Atlantic routes. From the mid to late nineteenth century as a company it  led the drive to replace wood hulled paddle steamers with iron -hulled screw propelled ships.

    Sale price: £500

  435. Lot Number 473

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    IVOR DAVIES (b.1935)
    Untitled
    signed 'Ivor Davies' (lower right)
    oil on canvas board
    31 1/2 x 48 in  (80.5 x 121.9cm)

    Ivor Davies studied at Cardiff College of Art and Swansea College of Art between 1952-1957. He was elected Vice-President of the Royal Cambrian Academy of Art in 1995.

    Sale price: £200

  436. Lot Number 474

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    RICHARD WHITFORD (op. 1839-1897)
    'A break from the Shoot' - a Portrait of William Crowther standing with ponies and whippet in a meadow by a river, a wooded landscape beyond, with a distant view towards a Tower
    signed and dated 'R. Whitford 1855' (lower left)
    oil on canvas
    28 x 36 in  (71.2 x 91.4cm)

    The frame reverse bears an attached pen inscription on paper on the reverse stating  'Uncle William Crowther's shooting Ponies Tommy and Mischief'

    Provenance: William Crowther, Esq
                          by descent to Henry Lucy Sowdon, Esq.. Leamington Spa
                          Brigadier Col. Henry Neville Sowdon
                          Neville R.B. Sowdon, Esq. 
                          Thence to the present vendor

    At the time this work was painted, the sitter, William Crowther (b.1812), was farming Lord Somerville's land situated at The Manor House, Aston Somerville, near Evesham, Worcestershire. According to the UK census of 1851, Crowther employed 53 labourers there and his land extended to 1009 acres. He took a keen interest in horses and he helped organise racing in the village. Race Meetings (of which he was a Patron) were held at Aston Somerville from 1836 to 1864.
    The artist, Richard Whitford, worked for a time near Evesham before moving to Northleach, Gloucestershire. He is known to have collaborated on at least one occasion with the artist Thomas Woodward on a painting. He appears to have been a member of a family of artists who specialised in equestrian, sheep and cattle subjects.

    Sale price: £2,200

  437. Lot Number 475

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    CHARLES BROOKE BRANWHITE ARWS (1851-1929)
    St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall,
    signed and dated 'C.B. Branwhite 1881' (lower left), 
    and further inscribed as title on artist's label verso
    oil on canvas, unframed
    28 1/2 x 42 3/4 in  (72.4 x cm)

    The view is depicted  from the shore at Marazion

    Sale price: not sold.

  438. Lot Number 476

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    WILLIAM MEREDITH (1851-1916)
    Cockle Gatherers on a Shore
    signed and dated  'William Meredith 1882' (lower right)
    oil on canvas
    24 x 50 in  (60.9 x 127.1cm)

    The location has traditionally been identified as Morecambe Bay; but is very probably on the North Wales shoreline near Conway

    Another comparable work by the artist titled 'Homewards, Conway Marsh'  is in the collection of Manchester City Art Gallery

    Meredith studied at the School of Art in The Royal Manchester Institution before entereing the Manchester Academy.As a young artist he was influenced by the work of Joseph Knight.He worked in North Wales , Surrey and also in Brittany and Normandy.He was a member of the Manchester School of Painters along with Joshua Anderson Hague, John Herbert Partington , Richard G. Somerset, and James Hey Davies

    Sale price: £900

  439. Lot Number 477

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    ATTRIBUTED TO JOSEPH WALTER (1783-1856)
    Morning; and Evening
    oil on canvas
    15 x 20 in  (38.2 x 50.8cm) ; and slightly smaller. two (2)

    Provenance: G. Knight , Esq.
                          Thence to the prsent vendor
                        

    These subjects could be compared with a work by the artist depicting 'Dutch vessels in open seas ', cf. Sotheby's London 12th November 1997

    Sale price: £480

  440. Lot Number 478

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    VICTORIA CROWE OBE, FRSE, RSA (b.1945)
    Cottage with Bonfire
    oil on canvas
    18 x 20 in  (45.8 x 50.8cm)

    The stretcher reverse is further inscribed 'Kittleybridge, Jimmy & Bina's Cottage'

    Exhibited: The Fine Art Society, London 'Victoria Crowe: Overview 2009', January 2009.

    The artist moved from London to Scotland in 1968. She then settled at Kitleyknowe near Carlops in the Pentland Hills, Scotland

    Sale price: £3,800

  441. Lot Number 479

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    VICTORIA CROWE OBE, FRSE, RSA (b.1945)
    'Assembly'
    mixed media on canvas
    18 x 20 in  (45.7 x 50.8cm)

    Provenance: with The Thackeray Gallery, London, October 1999

    The artist studied at the Kingston School of Art from 1961-1965, and later at the Royal College of Art, London. She visited Italy in the early 1990's and after that the influence of the Italian Renaissance became more evident in some of her work.

    Sale price: £3,200

  442. Lot Number 480

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    HERBERT WILLIAM WEEKES (1841-1914)
    'Not Intimidated '
    signed 'W. Weekes' (lower right)
    oil on board
    7 1/2 x 11 in  (19.1 x 27.9cm)

    Provenance: Mrs G Batters
                        Thence by descent

    Sale price: £2,000

  443. Lot Number 481

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    HERBERT WILLIAM WEEKES (1841-1914)
    'Tis no matter for his swellings nor his turkey Cocles'
    signed 'W. Weekes' (lower right), and with inscription on label attached verso
    oil on board
    7 1/4 x 11 in  (18.4 x 27.9cm)

    Provenance: Mrs G. Batters
                       Thence by descent

    Sale price: £1,100

  444. Lot Number 482

    Paintings, Prints & Maps

    FOLLOWER OF JAN BOTH (c. 1615-1652)
    An extensive river landscape, with drovers and animals on a path
    oil on canvas
    30 x 42 in  (76.3 x 106.7cm)

    Sale price: £1,400

  445. Lot Number 491

    Metalware

    A bronze Figure of a Bishop holding open book and staff, 9in

    Sale price: £100

  446. Lot Number 492

    Metalware

    A gilt metal Figure of a Roman style figure on horseback, on green veined marble plinth, 12in

    Sale price: £160

  447. Lot Number 493

    Metalware

    A gilt metal small wall mounted Font with Christ and the lamb surrounded by cherubs and scrolls, mounted on plush covered panel, 20 x 13 1/2in

    Sale price: not sold.

  448. Lot Number 494

    Metalware

    A pair of Limoges enamel Panels of St Francois and companion, in false ovals and decorative wooden frames, 10 x 7in, overall

    Sale price: £900

  449. Lot Number 495

    Metalware

    Two Limoges enamel Saucer Dishes decorated 'Ceasar' and cherub with barrel, tulip surround and church within foot rim base, 5 1/2 in

    Sale price: £2,100

  450. Lot Number 496

    Metalware

    A Tudric pewter Biscuit Box and Cover deigned by Archibald Knox, of square form with three tiers of stylised flowers and leaves, model 0194, 5 1/2 in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  451. Lot Number 497

    Metalware

    A pair of Art Deco alabaster and bronze Bookends depicting Chinese children. By Hester Mabel White, signed, 6 1/2 in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  452. Lot Number 498

    Metalware

    An oak and brass Letter Collection Box with brass fittings and hinged and glazed pull-out front, 11 1/2 in H

    Sale price: £270

  453. Lot Number 499

    Metalware

    A large sycamore Butter Bowl, 1ft 10in diam

    Sale price: £170

  454. Lot Number 500

    Metalware

    A cast iron Stick Stand with naturalistic design of a dog sat beside a leafy tree with inscription "Cave Canem", 2ft 6in H

    Sale price: £290

  455. Lot Number 501

    Metalware

    A bronzed two handled Cauldron with leaf design on later base, 13in diam

    Sale price: not sold.

  456. Lot Number 502

    Metalware

    A treen Cheese Stand with raised edge on turned tapering supports, 1ft 7in diam

    Sale price: not sold.

  457. Lot Number 503

    Metalware

    An Arts and Crafts copper and steel Firescreen retailed by Liberty with design of embossed Viking ship, 2ft 1in

    Sale price: £320

  458. Lot Number 504

    Metalware

    A bronze classical Figure of a young man, arms above his head, 8 1/2 H

    Sale price: £230

  459. Lot Number 505

    Metalware

    A fine quality Victorian turned wood Truncheon, with crowned coat of arms and initials JM, 14 1/2 in

    Sale price: £700

  460. Lot Number 506

    Metalware

    A small apprentice Chest fitted nine drawers containing teeth, 12 1/2 in H x 12 1/2 in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  461. Lot Number 507

    Metalware

    A painted metal Figure of a hound Paper Clip on rectangular oak base, dog 8in

    Sale price: £190

  462. Lot Number 508

    Metalware

    A Butcher's Shop display ham shoulder, 2ft 10in L

    Sale price: not sold.

  463. Lot Number 509

    Metalware

    An Arts and Crafts brass Box with set Ruskin roundels, impressed stamp BC? to base, 8in W x 2 1/2in H. AMENDMENT: brass not copper 

    Sale price: £480

  464. Lot Number 510

    Metalware

    An ebony and brass Companion Set in the manner of Dresser, the stand with pierced and scrolled branches on tripod base

    Sale price: not sold.

  465. Lot Number 511

    Metalware

    An Arts and Crafts copper Plaque in the Newlyn style embossed with the design of a galley, 10 1/2 in diam

    Sale price: not sold.

  466. Lot Number 512

    Toys, Dolls & Textiles

    A Stationary Engine by Cheddar Models Ltd with vertical boiler within carrying case, 15 x 13in

    Sale price: £650

  467. Lot Number 513

    Toys, Dolls & Textiles

    A Beam Engine by Stuart Models in green livery with copper horizontal boiler on wooden plinth, 16 x 16in

    Sale price: £680

  468. Lot Number 514

    Musical Instruments

    A 19th Century rosewood cased hexagonal Concertina, labelled C Wheatstone, Inventor, 20 Conduit St, Regent St, London, in rosewood case, 7in

    Sale price: £200

  469. Lot Number 515

    Natural History & Sporting Items

    A well matched fourteen point set of Red Stag Antlers on cranium 3ft 6in W, from Old Hinton Hall near Whitchurch

    Sale price: £150

  470. Lot Number 516

    Metalware

    A Peugeot Brothers, Valentigney & Paris, rare and unusual Carpenter's Tap and Die Set in a brass bound oak box and including a Peugeot Brothers Catalogue

    Sale price: £240

  471. Lot Number 517

    Metalware

    A bowfront mahogany Cabinet of five long drawers containing cabinet maker's fittings including Handles, Clips, Brackets, Casters, Keys etc.

    Sale price: £380

  472. Lot Number 521

    Metalware

    A pair of gilt metal three branch, four light Candelabra with beaded rims, lion mask and swag decorated fluted tapering columns on circular bases, 17 1/2in, drilled for wiring

    Sale price: £460

  473. Lot Number 522

    Metalware

    A 19th Century circular Hall Lantern, the moulded brass frame with C scroll swept supports above a circular frame with milled banding and shell cartouche, the fluted central column with 4 shaped sconces, 2ft 5in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  474. Lot Number 523

    Metalware

    A gilt-metal hexagonal gothic style Hall Lantern with floral and scroll design, plain glass panels, 2ft 6in

    Sale price: £125

  475. Lot Number 524

    Metalware

    A brass three branch Table Lamp with lattice pierced drip tray and blue tollware shade 2ft H

    Sale price: £40

  476. Lot Number 525

    Metalware

    Genet & Michon: A French Art deco style patinated metal Uplight, the green textured bell form body applied with triple gilt metal rings to the shoulder and foot, circular base, 17 1/2in. H

    Sale price: £260

  477. Lot Number 526

    Metalware

    A large Regency brass/bronze Candelabrum, the outer sconces supported on  winged mythical figures, with reeded tapering column on paw feet mounted by female busts, 2ft 2in H

    Sale price: £230

  478. Lot Number 531

    Metalware

    A large two handled copper Log Bin 2ft 8in diam

    Sale price: £240

  479. Lot Number 532

    Metalware

    A large two handled copper Log Bin 2ft 8in diam

    Sale price: £240

  480. Lot Number 533

    Metalware

    Two wicker Log Baskets of rectangular form, 3ft 6in

    Sale price: £230

  481. Lot Number 534

    Metalware

    A Bilston enamel double Table Salt, painted landscapes with raised pierced base, 6in, A/F

    Sale price: £180

  482. Lot Number 535

    Metalware

    A pair of ormolu Table Stands, circular with three shaped supports surmounted with busts, the bases mounted with masks, 9 3/4 in H

    Sale price: £360

  483. Lot Number 536

    Metalware

    A New Zealand YZ Bird Dinner Gong and Beater, probably by Henry Howell for Dunhill, 13in

    Sale price: £420

  484. Lot Number 537

    Metalware

    A French Selmer Tenor Saxophone Model Reference 36 with Lawton 6 star mouthpiece in a Hiscox Case

    Sale price: £1,200

  485. Lot Number 538

    Metalware

    A French Selmer Alto Saxophone Super 80 Series II with otto link mouthpiece and black lacquer finish in Hiscox Case

    Sale price: £1,600

  486. Lot Number 539

    Metalware

    A French Selmer Sopranos Saxophone with white lacquer finish Super 80 Series II, in a hard case

    Sale price: £1,500

  487. Lot Number 540

    Metalware

    A set of nineteen Hand Bells, one marked Mears, with tooled leather straps, each marked on the leather with a musical note

    Sale price: £900

  488. Lot Number 541

    Metalware

    A Victorian painted Rocking Horse on wooden stand, 3ft 6in L, seat A/F

    Sale price: £80

  489. Lot Number 542

    Metalware

    A patinated Bust of a Man on wooden plinth

    Sale price: not sold.

  490. Lot Number 543

    Metalware

    Three garden Birds mounted on a branch under glass dome, 13in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  491. Lot Number 544

    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: not sold.

  492. Lot Number 545

    Metalware

    A Blackamoor kneeling Figure supporting an urn with painted details, bears signature H Giscard 1857, 2ft 6in, on marble Stand having square top, turned column and bronze mounts with egg and dart frieze, 3ft 3in, 5ft 9in overall, A/F

    Sale price: £200

  493. Lot Number 546

    Metalware

    Two pairs of mounted Horns

    Sale price: not sold.

  494. Lot Number 548

    Metalware

    A Regency brass inlaid rosewood Tray, rectangular with brass carrying handles, 12in

    Sale price: £550

  495. Lot Number 549

    Metalware

    A large copper Stock Pot with steel swing handle and brass tap

    Sale price: £140

  496. Lot Number 550

    Metalware

    Three early 20th Century Photographs of planes, c. 1910

    Sale price: not sold.

  497. Lot Number 551

    Metalware

    A copper Cauldron with studded detail, 1ft 7in diam

    Sale price: £190

  498. Lot Number 552

    Metalware

    A German Magic Lantern Helios E.P. No 785, in original wooden box, and three boxes of slides depicting Spanish-American War, Explorers, children playing, etc

    Sale price: £230

  499. Lot Number 553

    Furniture

    A 19th Century stained glass Church Window of St John, in oak frame, 11ft 6in H x 2ft 6in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  500. Lot Number 561

    Rugs & Carpets

    A Kazak Karachov Rug, Caucasian, c.1900, 6ft 10in x 4ft 5in approx

    Sale price: £360

  501. Lot Number 562

    Rugs & Carpets

    A rare 19th Century Bergama Rug, West Turkey, 19th Century, 7ft 8in x 5ft 10in (worn)

    Footnote: Cf. Walter A. Hawley, Oriental Rugs - Antique and Modern, 1913 and reprinted 1970, col. ill. pl. III for a similar rug.

    Sale price: £2,800

  502. Lot Number 563

    Rugs & Carpets

    A Northwest Persia Runner, early 20th Century, signed, 10ft x 4ft 5in (worn, tears)

    Provenance: The estate of Lady Isabel Barnett.

    Sale price: £150

  503. Lot Number 564

    Rugs & Carpets

    A pair of Kurdish (Senjabi) flatweave Bag Faces, 1ft 9in x 1ft 10in (2)

    Sale price: not sold.

  504. Lot Number 565

    Rugs & Carpets

    A Persian style bordered Rug with design of three central lozenges on a blue ground, 6ft 10in x 4ft 2in

    Sale price: £130

  505. Lot Number 566

    Rugs & Carpets

    A Persian style Rug of bordered design with stylised motifs on a brown ground, 8ft 7in x 5ft 11in

    Sale price: £140

  506. Lot Number 567

    Rugs & Carpets

    A 17th Century Flemish Verdure Tapestry, with figures gathering flowers below an angel and floral garland in a woodland scene flanked by shrubs and trees, within a foliage border, 9ft 3in x 12ft W

    Sale price: not sold.

  507. Lot Number 571

    Garden Architectural Items

    A pair of square tapering Garden Planters with lattice design, 18in square

    Sale price: not sold.

  508. Lot Number 572

    Garden Architectural Items

    A pair of oval tapering Planters with lattice design, 2ft

    Sale price: £100

  509. Lot Number 573

    Garden Architectural Items

    A composition Bird Bath with cherub support, 2ft 8in H

    Sale price: £110

  510. Lot Number 574

    Garden Architectural Items

    A set of four composition Garden Planters with lattice designs, 1ft 9in diam x 15in H

    Sale price: £380

  511. Lot Number 575

    Garden Architectural Items

    A pair of composition buff coloured Garden Planters with lattice design, one chipped, 1ft 9in diam x 15in H

    Sale price: £150

  512. Lot Number 576

    Garden Architectural Items

    A cast iron Garden Bench with wooden slatted seat, 4ft 1in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  513. Lot Number 577

    Garden Architectural Items

    Three large terracotta Garden Planters of ribbed tapering design; two 2ft 3in diam x 1ft 8in H and one 1ft 9in diam x 15in H

    Sale price: £300

  514. Lot Number 578

    Garden Architectural Items

    RICHARD GARBE, 1876-1957: a plaster Sculpture of a Mermaid on a shell base, 4ft 2in, signed

    Sale price: £1,000

  515. Lot Number 579

    Garden Architectural Items

    A pair of painted wood and marble Fire Surrounds with pagoda type surmount and scroll sides, 5ft 3in W x 4ft 11in H.
    AMENDMENT; Revised Estimate £500-800 

    Sale price: £400

  516. Lot Number 580

    Garden Architectural Items

    A set of three terracotta Pedestals with egg and dart borders and plinth bases, 2ft 5in H

    Sale price: £280

  517. Lot Number 581

    Garden Architectural Items

    A set of three terracotta Planters moulded as a tree trunk, 2ft H, and a set of three rectangular Planters with moulded branch design

    Sale price: not sold.

  518. Lot Number 582

    Garden Architectural Items

    A 'Sandford Stone' set of four Garden Planters forming a circle with brick design, 12in H, max diam approx 3ft

    Sale price: not sold.

  519. Lot Number 583

    Garden Architectural Items

    A composition pedestal Garden Urn with egg and dart border, 2ft 1in diam

    Sale price: £180

  520. Lot Number 584

    Garden Architectural Items

    A Staddle Stone, 2ft 6in H

    Sale price: £110

  521. Lot Number 585

    Garden Architectural Items

    A pair of rectangular Garden Planters with frieze of putti, 2ft 2in L

    Sale price: £80

  522. Lot Number 586

    Garden Architectural Items

    A large composition Garden Urn on pedestal base with design of lion masks and drapery, 2ft 3in diam x 2ft H

    Sale price: £140

  523. Lot Number 587

    Garden Architectural Items

    A composition Garden Bird Bath with cherub support, 2ft 4in H

    Sale price: £80

  524. Lot Number 588

    Garden Architectural Items

    A Garden Figure of a Roman Bust, 1ft 9in H

    Sale price: £160

  525. Lot Number 589

    Garden Architectural Items

    A Garden Figure of a Woman and Child, 2ft 3in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  526. Lot Number 590

    Garden Architectural Items

    A Garden Figure of a Maiden with dove, 2ft 8in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  527. Lot Number 591

    Garden Architectural Items

    A Garden Figure of a Harvest Maiden, 2ft 7in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  528. Lot Number 592

    Garden Architectural Items

    A Garden Figure of a classical Maiden, 2ft 8in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  529. Lot Number 593

    Garden Architectural Items

    A composition Garden Bench with rectangular seat on shaped supports, 3ft 11in W

    Sale price: £95

  530. Lot Number 594

    Garden Architectural Items

    A composition Garden Bench, crescent shaped, 3ft 4in W

    Sale price: £110

  531. Lot Number 595

    Garden Architectural Items

    A long galvanised Feeding Trough with dividing bars, 6ft 3in long

    Sale price: not sold.

  532. Lot Number 601

    Clocks & Barometers

    A brass cased Carriage Clock in leather case, 5 1/2 in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  533. Lot Number 602

    Clocks & Barometers

    A 19th Century Bracket Clock having three train fusee striking and chiming movement, engraved brass dial with silvered chapter ring in architectural mahogany case having domed surmount carved leafage pendants, canted corners having carved corinthian capitals, 23in H.
    AMENDMENT: Revised Estimate £2000-2500 

    Sale price: £2,000

  534. Lot Number 603

    Clocks & Barometers

    A 19th Century mahogany Longcase Clock inscribed Jn. Chance, Chepstow, with blind fret carved swan neck surmount above a painted arched dial with automaton Adam and Eve, eight day movement and subsidiary dials, 7ft 7in H

    Sale price: £260

  535. Lot Number 604

    Clocks & Barometers

    An early 19th Century Longcase Clock with painted arched dial having rolling arch, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, 8-day movment, in mahogany case, the hood with turned columns and swan neck pediment, 7ft 2in

    Sale price: not sold.

  536. Lot Number 605

    Clocks & Barometers

    An 18th Century Longcase Clock with square brass dial inscribed John Calver, Woodbridge, cherub spandrels, 30-hour movement in oak case, the hood with three brass finials, 7ft 2in 

    Sale price: £260

  537. Lot Number 606

    Clocks & Barometers

    A late 18th Century Longcase Clock with arched brass dial inscribed Richard Lewis Pinkey, Pymouth Dock, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, cherub spandrels, 8-day movement in oak case, 7ft H

    Sale price: not sold.

  538. Lot Number 607

    Clocks & Barometers

    An early 19th Century Longcase Clock with arched brass dial inscribed Tonson, Devonport, subsidiary silvered seconds dial and date aperture, 8-day movement, the hood with spiral columns and brass finials, 7ft 7in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  539. Lot Number 608

    Clocks & Barometers

    A 19th Century Longcase Clock with square painted dial, 30-hour movement in stained and carved case, 6ft 7in

    Sale price: not sold.

  540. Lot Number 609

    Clocks & Barometers

    An 18th Century Longcase Clock with arched brass dial having silvered chapter ring inscribed Thomas Wagstaff, London, eight day rolling moon movement with date aperture and subsidiary seconds dial, in finely figured walnut case, the domed hood with fretwork frieze and fluted columns, 7ft 5in high

    Sale price: not sold.

  541. Lot Number 610

    Clocks & Barometers

    A George III mahogany musical Longcase Clock, the pagoda top and moulded arch above a glazed door flanked by fluted columns, the brass dial with a silvered chapter ring, subsidiary dial, date aperture and strike/silent lever, the trunk with a long arch door above a panelled base on a shaped plinth. Fitted with an 8-day movement striking on eight bells on hours and quarters, signed Joseph Herring, Royal Exchange, London, 8ft 1in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  542. Lot Number 611

    Clocks & Barometers

    A 19th Century walnut cased Table Top Polyphon playing 15 1/2 inch discs, the case with floral inlay and labelled Archer & Sons, 21in, and approximately 24 discs

    Sale price: £150

  543. Lot Number 621

    Furniture

    A Sheraton mahogany octagonal Tea Caddy with shell inlay, cross-banding and striniging, interior lidded two division compartment, 7 1/4in

    Sale price: £170

  544. Lot Number 622

    Furniture

    A George III mahogany Tea Caddy of sarcophagus shape with brass carrying handle and escutcheon, three interior tin cannisters, 9 1/2in

    Sale price: £280

  545. Lot Number 623

    Furniture

    A pearwood Tea Caddy in the form of a pear, 7 1/2in, lacks finial

    Sale price: not sold.

  546. Lot Number 624

    Furniture

    A glazed Display Cabinet for J.S. Fry & Sons Ltd, 2ft 4in W x 2ft 2in H

    Sale price: £280

  547. Lot Number 625

    Furniture

    A 19th Century rosewood Jewellery/Sewing Cabinet with mother of pearl inlay having hinged top enclosing silk lined compartments and a mirror above a pair of doors enclosing three drawers, 14in H x 12in W

    Sale price: £150

  548. Lot Number 626

    Furniture

    Three 19th Century ornate wooden Carvings of ribbons above fruit and flowers in the style of Grinling Gibbons, 29in L

    Sale price: £340

  549. Lot Number 627

    Furniture

    A 19th Century walnut miniature Chest of two short and two long drawers on bracket supports

    Sale price: not sold.

  550. Lot Number 628

    Furniture

    A pair of hardwood Elephant Tables with carved octagonal tops, 13 1/2 in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  551. Lot Number 629

    Furniture

    A mid 20th Century mahogany apprentice model of a Staircase, with rectangular landing and central staircase and having balustrades throughout, 18 1/2 in W x 14 3/4 in H

    Sale price: £280

  552. Lot Number 630

    Furniture

    An interesting mahogany Cigarette Box inlaid with playing card suits, cigarette and matches, 5in

    Sale price: not sold.

  553. Lot Number 631

    Furniture

    A Scottish small mahogany octagonal Tea Caddy with chevron stringing and interior lid, 4 1/2in

    Sale price: £85

  554. Lot Number 633

    Furniture

    A 19th Century French Gem Collector's Cabinet in kingwood having gilt mounted door with fretwork panel enclosing 20 small drawers each numbered, the exterior with four turned and parcel gilt columns, 17in high x 12in wide

    Sale price: £240

  555. Lot Number 635

    Furniture

    A 19th century mahogany Extending Dining Table on fluted tapering supports and brass casters, stamped B. Taylor & Sons, 167 Gt. Dover St., Boro., 8ft 5in L x 4ft 4in W. AMENDMENT: EXTRA LOT

    Sale price: not sold.

  556. Lot Number 636

    Furniture

    A 19th Century mahogany Club Ballot Box, the panelled top and sides around a moulded circular hand aperture and base drawer, raised on a plinth, complete with black and white balls, 12 1/2in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  557. Lot Number 637

    Furniture

    An Arts & Crafts oak Wardrobe with single mirror door flanked by rectangular green glass and leaded panels, with brass strapwork hinges, 6ft 5in H x 2ft 11in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  558. Lot Number 638

    Furniture

    A Cotswold School walnut Music Cabinet, the cornice carved Greek Key frieze above pair of doors with reeded friezes enclosing eight sliding trays, further pair of smaller doors beneath on bracket feet, 2ft 4in x 5ft 8in

    Sale price: £300

  559. Lot Number 639

    Furniture

    A Cotswold style oak open Bookcase, 2ft 4in W x 6ft H

    Sale price: £250

  560. Lot Number 640

    Furniture

    A William IV mahogany Tea Table with fold-over top on turned and reeded column and quadruple base

    Sale price: not sold.

  561. Lot Number 641

    Furniture

    A 19th Century Continental walnut Occasional Table with shaped circular top on three shaped supports and tripod base, 2ft 2in diam

    Sale price: £240

  562. Lot Number 642

    Furniture

    An Arts and Crafts mahogany Elbow Chair with slatted back, shaped arms on turned front suports

    Sale price: not sold.

  563. Lot Number 643

    Furniture

    An 18th Century oak Dough Bin with decorative strap hinges to the hinged top and supported on baluster turned supports and square stretchers

    Sale price: not sold.

  564. Lot Number 644

    Furniture

    A Georgian mahogany Pillar Table with circular top on vase turned column and tripod base, 2ft 10in D

    Sale price: £65

  565. Lot Number 645

    Furniture

    A Georgian oak Pillar Table with circular top on vase turned column and tripod base, 2ft 8in D

    Sale price: £65

  566. Lot Number 646

    Furniture

    A Shaker style Rocking Chair with shaped top rail painted buildings and figure on horseback, spindle back, shaped arms, solid seat

    Sale price: £120

  567. Lot Number 647

    Furniture

    A William and Mary style Window Seat with roll ends, gadroon carved border on scroll supports, the shaped rails centred by carved rosettes, 4ft 3in, in need of re-upholstery

    Sale price: £360

  568. Lot Number 648

    Furniture

    A good quality Victorian mahogany framed Elbow Library Chair with arched top, upholstered back, arms and seat, spindle turned arm supports on turned and fluted front legs and casters

    Sale price: £100

  569. Lot Number 649

    Furniture

    A Regency rosewood Davenport with raised back having spindle gallery, fitted drwers to the interior, raised on fluted turned supports and carved and scrolled terminals

    Sale price: not sold.

  570. Lot Number 650

    Furniture

    A Victorian walnut Games Table with marble top mounted upon turned column and four supports, (A/F), 2ft 6in H x 2ft 4in W

    Sale price: £200

  571. Lot Number 651

    Furniture

    An Arts and Crafts Magazine Rack in mahogany with piercing to the back and sides, 3ft 2in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  572. Lot Number 652

    Furniture

    A reproduction Lowboy in the Georgian style, fitted three frieze drawers on cabriole supports, 2ft 3in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  573. Lot Number 653

    Furniture

    A 17th Century oak small Refectory Table with thick plank top and under tier, on shape trestle supports, one trestle with carved inscription dated 1700

    Sale price: £780

  574. Lot Number 654

    Furniture

    A 19th Century carved mahogany George II style Armchair, the shaped back and outswept moulded arms above a stuff over seat raised on cabriole legs with shell carved knees, 2ft 6in W

    Sale price: £650

  575. Lot Number 655

    Furniture

    An 18th Century mahogany oval Dropleaf Table, the moulded twin flap top riased on taper turned legs with pad feet, 5ft 2in x 4ft 9in max

    Sale price: not sold.

  576. Lot Number 656

    Furniture

    A Victorian rosewood and glazed mirror back Credenza with basket and flower inlay mounted on cabriole supports, 7ft 2in H x 4ft 8in W

    Sale price: £420

  577. Lot Number 657

    Furniture

    A Victorian walnut framed triple humpback Sofa with carved floral decoration and red plush upholstery, mounted upon scroll supports, 5f 6in W x 3ft 7in H

    Sale price: £300

  578. Lot Number 658

    Furniture

    A George III style gilt framed Overmantel Mirror with leafage and scroll decoration A/F, 5ft 2in H x 4ft 8in W

    Sale price: £240

  579. Lot Number 659

    Furniture

    A 19th Century Sheraton style satinwood Cabinet with acorn pendant frieze above pair of astragal glazed doors having urn and leafage inlaid medallions, pair of doors beneath with cross-banding and false ovals enclosing twenty two short drawers having inset brass handles on splay feet, 3ft 9in wide.

    Sale price: not sold.

  580. Lot Number 660

    Furniture

    A 17th Century oak Coffer with panelled top, roundel carved frieze above carved panels, 4ft 2in W

    Sale price: £160

  581. Lot Number 661

    Furniture

    A pair of Baroque style giltwood Solomonic Columns, probably Iberian, early 19th Centry, each spiral column carved with fruiting vine, birds and putti, leaf capitals, A/F, 85in H (2)

    Sale price: £1,650

  582. Lot Number 662

    Furniture

    A French Empire style Console Table with red marble top with leafage and scroll decoration, mounted upon bust and paw supports, 3ft 1in W x 2ft 5in H

    Sale price: £550

  583. Lot Number 663

    Furniture

    An 18th Century mahogany Tea Table with shaped rectangular fold-over top on cabriole legs and pad feet, 2ft 9in

    Sale price: not sold.

  584. Lot Number 664

    Musical Instruments

    A good quality modern upright Piano by W Streicher, 7 1/4 octaves, iron frame, overstrung, in highly polished mahogany case, No 5504 8834, and an adjustable piano stool

    Sale price: £400

  585. Lot Number 665

    Musical Instruments

    A C. Bechstein ebonised Grand Piano Model A on octagonal tapering supports and casters, 6ft L, No. 31172

    Sale price: £380

  586. Lot Number 666

    Musical Instruments

    A Welmar, London, Upright Piano in mahogany case, overstrung, No 84335 for 1984 with three pedals, 4ft 9in W

    Sale price: £1,100

  587. Lot Number 667

    Furniture

    A Georgian mahogany Shaving Mirror with rectangular plate on adjustable turned column with weighted circular base having chevron stringing, 2ft 2in

    Sale price: £120

  588. Lot Number 668

    Furniture

    An 18th Century walnut Chest of Drawers, the cross-banded quartered top above three short and three long herringbone inlaid drawers raised on turned feet, 3ft 3 1/2 in W

    Sale price: £680

  589. Lot Number 669

    Furniture

    A Regency gilded Convex Wall Mirror, the eagle and rockwork surmount above a moulded circular frame with applied ball decoration, the base with a three branch girandole and leafage moulding, 3ft 10in H

    Sale price: £680

  590. Lot Number 670

    Furniture

    A Regency rosewood Open Bookcase, the rectangular top above a moulded frieze and adjustable shelves between turned columns, on a plinth base, 3ft 9in W

    Sale price: £850

  591. Lot Number 671

    Furniture

    A Victorian mahogany Sideboard with raised mirror back, the base fitted three drawers above pair of solid panelled doors enclosing cellaret, etc 7ft

    Sale price: not sold.

  592. Lot Number 672

    Furniture

    A Victorian oak Sideboard with raised mirror back having scallop and scroll carved surmount, the inverted breakfront base fitted central drawer above two pairs of arch panelled doors, 6ft

    Sale price: not sold.

  593. Lot Number 673

    Furniture

    An 18th Century mahogany kneehole Dressing Table, the moulded caddy top above a brushing slide, one long and six short drawers around a recessed cupboard on bracket feet, 2ft 6in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  594. Lot Number 674

    Furniture

    A Victorian walnut Occasional Chair with floral carving to the back and low arms on carved cabriole front supports

    Sale price: not sold.

  595. Lot Number 675

    Furniture

    A matched set of eight Clisset Dining Chairs in ash and elm; two carvers and six singles

    Sale price: not sold.

  596. Lot Number 676

    Furniture

    A Dutch marquetry bombé Commode with shaped top, inlaid vases of flowers above four long graduated drawers on ogee bracket feet, 2ft 10in W

    Sale price: £800

  597. Lot Number 677

    Furniture

    A Victorian walnut Canterbury Whatnot with carved pierced panels, turned supports and fitted drawer to base

    Sale price: £180

  598. Lot Number 678

    Furniture

    A 19th Century French green painted double mirror door Wardrobe with leafage carved swag decoration on turned supports, 7ft 10in H x 4ft W

    Sale price: £220

  599. Lot Number 679

    Furniture

    A 19th Century French cream and gilt painted Cabinet with oval glazed door, carved shell decoration and papered interior, on leafage decorated scroll support, 7ft 10in H x 4ft 2in W

    Sale price: £260

  600. Lot Number 680

    Furniture

    An antique oak Armchair with scroll carved cresting rail, diamond carved panel back, later blue upholstered stuff over seat on turned and square front legs

    Sale price: not sold.

  601. Lot Number 681

    Furniture

    A George IV rosewood Breakfast Table, the tilt-action moulded top with shallow frieze, above reeded and foliate column, with gadroon collar, on concave tripod platform base raised on leaf moulded feet, 48in D

    Sale price: £900

  602. Lot Number 682

    Furniture

    A George III mahogany Bureau Bookcase with dentil cornice and an inlaid frieze, a pair of astragal glazed doors above a fitted and inlaid interior with two short and three long graduated drawers on ogee bracket feet, 7ft 8in H x 4ft 2in W

    Sale price: £420

  603. Lot Number 683

    Furniture

    A pair of Sheraton style satinwood Elbow Chairs with floral painted shield backs, cane seats on square tapering legs with spade feet united by H stretchers

    Sale price: £300

  604. Lot Number 684

    Furniture

    An early Victorian rosewood Occasional Table, serpentine shaped top above S-scrolled frieze, lyre supports raised on scrolled legs tied by S-scroll stretcher, castors, 23in.W

    Sale price: £360

  605. Lot Number 686

    Furniture

    An antique carved joined oak Settle, upright back with carved top panel and plain lower panels, scrolled arms, solid seat, turned block feet, elements 17th Century, 49in. W

    Sale price: £180

  606. Lot Number 687

    Furniture

    An early Victorian rosewood Work Table, rectangular top the side compartments, above frieze drawer, on standard lyre supports, raised on leaf carved circular feet and castors, 32 1/2 x 17 1/2in.

    Sale price: £60

  607. Lot Number 688

    Furniture

    A 17th Century Dutch oak Cupboard with fluted frieze above pair of moulded panelled doors having carved lion masks, frieze drawer carved cherub mask and pair of moulded panelled doors beneath, 5ft

    Sale price: £140

  608. Lot Number 689

    Furniture

    An early 18th Century walnut oval Gate-leg Table fitted single drawer on finely turned baluster supports united by similar stretchers, 2ft 11in x 3ft 6in

    Sale price: £240

  609. Lot Number 690

    Furniture

    A set of eight early Victorian mahogany Dining Chairs, turned front legs, red rexine stuffover seats and backs (one A/F) (10)

    Sale price: £190

  610. Lot Number 691

    Furniture

    A Victorian walnut Credenza with three glazed doors and gilt metal mounts, 6ft W x 3ft 6in H

    Sale price: £240

  611. Lot Number 694

    Furniture

    A late Georgian mahogany Chest of two short and three long bow front drawers with chevron and chequered stringing on bracket feet, 2ft 6in

    Sale price: not sold.

  612. Lot Number 695

    Furniture

    An 18th Century oak Dresser Base, the moulded top above three frieze drawers and a shaped apron raised on square tapered legs, 6ft 3in W

    Sale price: £820

  613. Lot Number 696

    Furniture

    A 19th Century Rococo style Wall Mirror, the pierced scroll crest above a divided bevelled plate in a shaped frame, 3ft 8in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  614. Lot Number 697

    Furniture

    An 18th Century gilded Pier Mirror, the moulded frame enclosing a divided plate, 3ft 5in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  615. Lot Number 698

    Furniture

    A Georgian oak Pillar Table with circular top on baluster turned column and tripod base, 2ft 10in D

    Sale price: £65

  616. Lot Number 699

    Furniture

    A Georgian oak Pillar Table with circular top on ring turned column and tripod base, 2ft 9in D

    Sale price: £130

  617. Lot Number 700

    Furniture

    A Victorian Library Reading Chair with upholstered arms having hinged compartments, on turned front supports

    Sale price: £200

  618. Lot Number 701

    Furniture

    A Victorian three fold Screen with pierced and scrolled surmounts above glazed panels above inlaid panels to the base, 3ft 8in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  619. Lot Number 702

    Furniture

    An Edwardian rosewood and marquetry Envelope Card Table fitted frieze drawer on square tapering legs and casters, 1ft 10in

    Sale price: not sold.

  620. Lot Number 703

    Furniture

    A 17th Century oak Chest with hinged lid above moulded dummy and two real drawers surrounded by carved friezes on bun feet, 3ft 9in

    Sale price: not sold.

  621. Lot Number 704

    Furniture

    A 17th Century oak Coffer with sunken four panel lid above arch carved frieze and three star carved panels flanked by guilloche stiles, 4ft

    Sale price: £460

  622. Lot Number 705

    Furniture

    A William IV mahogany Easy Chair with button upholstered back, scrolled arms, on reeded tapering front supports and casters

    Sale price: £260

  623. Lot Number 706

    Furniture

    A George III mahogany three tier circular Dumb Waiter with turned columns and tripod base, 3ft 6in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  624. Lot Number 707

    Furniture

    A 17th Century oak Coffer with sunken three panel lid above guilloche carved frieze and three similarly carved panels

    Sale price: £90

  625. Lot Number 708

    Furniture

    A Victorian mahogany Extending Dining Table with five spare leaves on turned supports, 13ft 8in L extended x 4ft 6in W

    Sale price: £1,000

  626. Lot Number 709

    Furniture

    A 19th Century George II style walnut Love Seat, the square back and rolled swept arms above a stuff over seat, raised on cabriole legs with shell carved knees, 3ft 8in W

    Sale price: £720

  627. Lot Number 710

    Furniture

    A 19th Century George II style carved mahogany Settee, the shaped back and swept arms above a stuff over seat raised on six cabriole legs with shaped slipper feet, 7ft 1in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  628. Lot Number 711

    Furniture

    An 18th Century oak Dresser and open Rack, the base fitted three drawers above two above one long drawer, 6ft 10in H x 5ft 4in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  629. Lot Number 712

    Furniture

    An 18th Century oak Lowboy fitted two long drawers above scroll shaped frieze on square cut supports, 2ft 5in W x 2ft 3in H

    Sale price: £360

  630. Lot Number 713

    Furniture

    A 19th Century gilded oval Wall Mirror, the shaped and pierced crest with a shell centre and trailling scrolls above a moulded frame and base scrolled decoration, 4ft 8in H

    Sale price: £540

  631. Lot Number 714

    Furniture

    A Victorian oak Partner's Writing Table fitted two drawers to either side on turned tapering legs, 4ft 6in x 3ft

    Sale price: £110

  632. Lot Number 715

    Furniture

    An antique oak enclosed Dresser Base fitted three drawers above three solid panelled doors, 6ft 11in

    Sale price: £420

  633. Lot Number 716

    Furniture

    An antique pine Tavern Table with two plank top on painted X frame united by central iron stretcher, 5ft x 2ft 1in

    Sale price: £740

  634. Lot Number 717

    Furniture

    A Victorian mahogany Dressing Table fitted large mirror surrounded by nine drawers, 5ft

    Sale price: £130

  635. Lot Number 718

    Furniture

    A George II walnut splat back Chair with leafage and shell carved decoration on claw and ball feet, 3ft 2in H and a George III mahogany pierced splat back Chair, 3ft H (both A/F)

    Sale price: £90

  636. Lot Number 719

    Furniture

    An 18th Century moulded oak two panel Mule Chest on bun feet, 3ft 8in W x 2ft 4in W

    Sale price: £120

  637. Lot Number 720

    Furniture

    An 18th Century Flemish walnut and tortoiseshell Varguena fitted six drawers flanking cupboard door enclosing four drawers, 3ft 2in W x 1ft 4in H

    Sale price: £460

  638. Lot Number 721

    Furniture

    A 17th Century oak Coffer with sunken three panel lid above gouge carved frieze and two floral and leafage carved front panels, 3ft 8in

    Sale price: not sold.

  639. Lot Number 722

    Furniture

    A 19th Century mahogany leather covered Invalid's Chair, the adjustable wing back and folding arms above a stuff over seat and sliding foot rest, on turned legs and sledge rails with pierced brass casters. labelled J. Ward, Manufacturer to the Queen & Royal Family, Tottenham Court Road, London, 2ft 6in W

    Sale price: £460

  640. Lot Number 723

    Furniture

    A 19th Century marquetry inlaid mahogany glazed Wall Cupboard, the shaped pediment back above a moulded top and drop down door, 2ft 4in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  641. Lot Number 724

    Furniture

    A Georgian oak Pillar Table with circular top on vase turned column and tripod base, 2ft 8in D

    Sale price: £180

  642. Lot Number 725

    Furniture

    An antique oak Wainscot Armchair with mask and leafage carved top rail above floral carved panel, shaped arms, solid seat on bobbin turned front legs united by square stretchers

    Sale price: not sold.

  643. Lot Number 726

    Furniture

    A 19th Century oak Settee with leafage scroll carved top above three carved baluster splats, scroll arms, solid seat  on turned front legs, 3ft 4in

    Sale price: not sold.

  644. Lot Number 727

    Furniture

    A late 19th kingwood and rosewood Bonheur de Jour, brass bound with brass galleries above small drawers flanking central mirror, with pull-out desk above a frieze drawer on squared tapering supports, 2ft 10in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  645. Lot Number 728

    Furniture

    A set of six mahogany bow back Armchairs, the bar backs carved with initials EC and pierced splats above dished seats, on turned legs united by crinoline stretchers, 1ft 11in W

    Sale price: £900

  646. Lot Number 729

    Furniture

    An 18th Century walnut Cabinet on Chest, the moulded cornice above a single mirrored door enclosing adjustable shelves, over four long drawers raised on bracket feet, 5ft 10in H x 2ft 8in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  647. Lot Number 730

    Furniture

    A good quality Victorian mahogany Sideboard with raised mirror back having scroll carved pilasters, the inverted breakfront base fitted central drawer and pair of arch panelled doors enclosing cellaret and drawers, 7ft

    Sale price: not sold.

  648. Lot Number 731

    Furniture

    A large 19th Century pine Dresser with boarded rack, the enclosed base fitted four plain solid panelled doors, 7ft 4in

    Sale price: £420

  649. Lot Number 732

    Furniture

    An early Victorian rosewood Card Table with D-shape fold over top on turned column having leafage carved collar, oval platform base with scroll feet, 3ft 1in

    Sale price: not sold.

  650. Lot Number 733

    Furniture

    A 19th Century fruitwood Settle with high four panel back, shaped arms with baluster supports, boxed base with central hinged lid, 4ft 10in

    Sale price: £300

  651. Lot Number 734

    Furniture

    An unusual American Cabin Trunk with wooden and metal binding having decorative studwork decoration the domed lid opening to reveal numerous lidded compartments decorated printed portraits, etc, some labelled 'Chas T. Wilt, TRUNKS, Travelling Bags and Ladies' Satchels, Chicago', 3ft W, contains rug making tools and fabric, patterns, etc

    Sale price: £260

  652. Lot Number 735

    Furniture

    A George III mahogany Chest on Chest of two short and six long graduated drawers having blind fret canted corners on ogee bracket feet, 6ft 4in H x 3ft 10in W

    Sale price: £500

  653. Lot Number 736

    Furniture

    A George III mahogany Woolwinder, the pierced crest above a pair of uprights with adjustable spools on a platform base with a drawer, on ogee feet, 2ft 9in H

    Sale price: £180

  654. Lot Number 737

    Furniture

    A pair of pale green/cream leather upholstered Tub Armchairs

    Sale price: £180

  655. Lot Number 738

    Furniture

    A large oval pine Dough Bin, metal bound and on squared supports, 3ft 3in

    Sale price: £190

  656. Lot Number 739

    Furniture

    A George III mahogany ladderback Armchair, with pierced crossrails, scrolled arms, stuffover seat, caddy moulded square legs tied by H-stretcher

    Sale price: £120

  657. Lot Number 740

    Furniture

    A Regency mahogany Side Chair, the bowed tablet back engraved with anthemions above a scrolled medallion crossbar, channelled rails and sabre legs, later drop-in seat (restorations)

    Sale price: not sold.

  658. Lot Number 741

    Furniture

    An 18th Century oak oval Gate-leg Table with end drawer on baluster turned and square legs united by square stretchers, 3ft x 3ft 9in

    Sale price: not sold.

  659. Lot Number 742

    Furniture

    An antique oak oval Gateleg Table fitted single end drawer on baluster turned and square legs united by square stretchers, 4ft x 3ft 6in

    Sale price: £50

  660. Lot Number 743

    Furniture

    A large pair of stained pine Display Cabinets, cavetto cornices above glazed and panelled doors, between fluted pilasters, plinth bases, fitted with shelves and metal armatures for displaying artefacts, 98 x 68 x 16in. H (2)

    Sale price: £270

  661. Lot Number 744

    Furniture

    An 18th Century oak Dresser Base, the rectangular moulded top above three frieze drawers and a shaped apron, raised on shaped cabriole legs with pointed pad feet, 5ft 11in W

    Sale price: £870

  662. Lot Number 745

    Furniture

    A 19th Century Louis XVI style gilt Mirror, the pierced crest above a moulded frame enclosing a shaped plate above scrolled feet, 3ft H

    Sale price: £280

  663. Lot Number 746

    Furniture

    A Chinese or Korean three tier Stand with drawers and cupboards beneath in elm and hardwood, 4ft 8in H x 1ft 6in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  664. Lot Number 747

    Furniture

    A pair of Georgian style walnut Elbow Chairs with pierced backs shaped arms, on cabriole front supports and turned stretchers

    Sale price: £1,050

  665. Lot Number 748

    Furniture

    A French carved walnut Settee with shaped and upholstered back and seat on fluted turned supports, 4ft 1in W

    Sale price: £270

  666. Lot Number 749

    Furniture

    An 18th Century oak Dresser Base with moulded top above three frieze drawers on turned front supports, 5ft 6in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  667. Lot Number 750

    Furniture

    An 18th Century walnut Chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, crossbanded and on bracket supports, 3ft 1 1/2 in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  668. Lot Number 751

    Furniture

    A pair of 18th Century oak Hall Chairs with carved arched and panelled backs, solid seats on turned and squared supports

    Sale price: £330

  669. Lot Number 752

    Furniture

    An early 20th Century walnut framed button backed French style Settee with pale gold velvet upholstery, 5ft 7in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  670. Lot Number 753

    Furniture

    A pair of 19th Century quality mahogany Armchairs with pale green patterned upholstery, lion mask carved arm terminals on carved, turned and fluted front legs and casters

    Sale price: not sold.

  671. Lot Number 754

    Furniture

    A Victorian rosewood and satinwood parquetry veneered Centre Table on walnut cheval frame, 2ft 3in x 1ft 4in

    Sale price: £220

  672. Lot Number 755

    Furniture

    An early 19th Century mahogany Side Table fitted one long drawer on turned and octagonal tapering legs and casters, 2ft 9in

    Sale price: £230

  673. Lot Number 756

    Furniture

    An unusual 19th Century Windsor Chair, possibly American, with bar back, scrolled arms on turned supports and stretchers

    Sale price: not sold.

  674. Lot Number 757

    Furniture

    A 19th Century mahogany Coaching Table, folding and with shaped supports

    Sale price: £270

  675. Lot Number 758

    Furniture

    A set of eight early 19th Century mahogany Dining Chairs with cross-banded top rails, drop-in seats on reeded tapering front supports; two carvers and six singles

    Sale price: not sold.

  676. Lot Number 759

    Furniture

    An antique stained pine Cricket Table with circular top on three splayed legs united by undertier, 2ft 6in D

    Sale price: £240

  677. Lot Number 760

    Furniture

    An unusual 'Quicksey' oak Kitchen Cabinet with pair of panelled doors enclosing memoranda, etc, fall front enclosing storage jars, painted tin storage containing four drawers and solid panelled door beneath, 2ft 6 1/2 in W

    Sale price: £375

  678. Lot Number 761

    Furniture

    A Georgian oak Pillar Table with circular top on baluster column and tripod base, 2ft 8 1/2 in D

    Sale price: £80

  679. Lot Number 762

    Furniture

    An early 19th Century Windsor Elbow Chair in ash and elm etc, with pierced splat and stick back, solid seat on turned legs united by H stretcher

    Sale price: £170

  680. Lot Number 763

    Furniture

    A decorated Regency metamorphic Library Chair, the bowed and bergered back with scrolled arms above a bergered seat folding forward to form a set of four tread steps with leather inset tiers, raised on sabre legs and brass casters

    Sale price: £900

  681. Lot Number 764

    Furniture

    An 18th Century Thames Valley Windsor comb back Armchair, the shaped crest rail above an elm silhouette splat and outswept arms above a dished and shaped seat raised on cabriole legs united by turned stretchers, 2ft 2in W

    Sale price: £1,550

  682. Lot Number 765

    Furniture

    A Charles II walnut high back Armchair, the carved pierced crest rail and back with twin caned panels between barley sugar uprights, the swept arms above a stuff over seat on scroll legs united by a carved front rail and H stretchers

    Sale price: £390

  683. Lot Number 766

    Furniture

    A Charles II walnut high back Armchair, the carved pierced crest rail and back with a caned panel between barley sugar uprights and a stuff over seat on barley sugar legs and stretchers with a carved front rail

    Sale price: £390

  684. Lot Number 767

    Furniture

    An 18th Century oak Refectory Table with plank top, fitted side drawer on baluster turned and square legs united by H stretcher, 6ft 4in x 2ft 6in

    Sale price: £460

  685. Lot Number 768

    Furniture

    A pair of giltwood framed Rococco style Armchairs with floral moulded decoration and white floral upholstery mounted upon scroll supports 4ft H

    Sale price: not sold.

  686. Lot Number 769

    Furniture

    An 18th Century oak oval Dropleaf Table on turned tapering legs and pad feet, 4ft 6in x 4ft 10in

    Sale price: £50

  687. Lot Number 770

    Furniture

    An antique gilt Girandole Wall Mirror, oval with pierced and scrolled surmount and three candle sconces, 3ft 4in H

    Sale price: not sold.

  688. Lot Number 771

    Furniture

    An Oriental hardwood Table Cabinet with carved friezes, two glazed doors enclosing shaped shelves, 2ft 9in x 2ft 7in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  689. Lot Number 772

    Furniture

    A William IV mirror back Sideboard fitted three frieze drawers and pull-out slide above pedestals fitted cupboard doors, 7ft 3in W x 6ft H

    Sale price: not sold.

  690. Lot Number 773

    Furniture

    Soane Britain: A stylish pair of 'Casino' Chairs, the cream leather upholstrey with chrome nailhead detail and scrolled 'butler's' handles, square sable legs (2)

    Sale price: £270

  691. Lot Number 774

    Furniture

    A George III mahogany Armchair, the scalloped bar back and arms above concave tapering square seat with woolwork upholsterd seat, raised on caddy moulded square tapering and gated legs

    Sale price: £290

  692. Lot Number 775

    Furniture

    A Directoire-style ebonised rosewood Side Table, 20th Century, rectangular top with pierced gallery, above freize drawer, raised on tapering square legs united by platform under tier, 27 x 20 x 26in.

    Sale price: not sold.

  693. Lot Number 776

    Furniture

    A Victorian button upholstered Chesterfield Settee on turned front supports and casters, 6ft 4in W

    Sale price: £90

  694. Lot Number 777

    Furniture

    A 17th Century carved oak Figure of a Phoenix with outswept wings rising from a stylised flaming base, 3ft 8in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  695. Lot Number 778

    Furniture

    A set of four Charles II walnut high back Sidechairs, the carved and pierced backs with caned centres between barley sugar uprights, above carved seats on carved legs and stretchers with a shaped pierced front rail, 3ft 10in H

    Sale price: £780

  696. Lot Number 779

    Furniture

    An early 19th Century Windsor wheelback Elbow Chair with solid seat on turned supports united by H stretcher

    Sale price: £200

  697. Lot Number 780

    Furniture

    A set of four 19th Century Kitchen Chairs with spindle backs, solid circular seats on turned legs

    Sale price: £260

  698. Lot Number 781

    Furniture

    A set of four 19th Century elm Kitchen Chairs in ash and elm etc having spindle backs, square solid seats on turned legs united by H stretchers

    Sale price: £340

  699. Lot Number 782

    Furniture

    A set of six elm seated Kitchen Chairs with rope twist backs on turned supports and stretchers

    Sale price: £380

  700. Lot Number 783

    Furniture

    An 18th Century oak Side Table fitted frieze drawer above a shaped frieze on baluster turned supports and squared stretchers, 2ft 11in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  701. Lot Number 784

    Furniture

    A Georgian mahogany Work Table fitted frieze drawer above pull out basket and rise and fall screen, 19 1/2 in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  702. Lot Number 785

    Furniture

    A 19th Century twin pillar Dining Table, the moulded rectangular top above a drop frieze raised on tapered cylindrical columns and shaped platform bases with carved scroll feet, 4ft 7in W x 12 ft max, with three leaves

    Sale price: £2,100

  703. Lot Number 786

    Furniture

    A 19th Century mahogany breakfront Open Bookcase, the shaped rectangular top above a drop frieze over three open bays with adjustable shelves divided by moulded columns and scrolled corbels, raised on a plinth base. 8ft 8in W

    Sale price: £1,300

  704. Lot Number 787

    Furniture

    An antique oak Dresser and Rack, the shelves with shaped frieze, fluted pilasters and fitted four small spice drawers, the enclosed base with six dummy drawers and arched panels on bracket feet, 6ft 4in

    Sale price: not sold.

  705. Lot Number 788

    Furniture

    An 18th Century oak oval Gate-leg Table fitted end drawer on turned and square supports united by square stretchers, 3ft 6in x 4ft 2in

    Sale price: £50

  706. Lot Number 789

    Furniture

    An antique oak Pillar Table with circular top on baluster column and tripod base, 2ft 10in

    Sale price: £75

  707. Lot Number 790

    Furniture

    An 18th Century walnut Chest of Drawers, the cross-banded and herrring bone inlaid quartered moulded top above two short and three long drawers divided by D mouldings, raised on bracket feet, 3ft 3in W

    Sale price: £1,550

  708. Lot Number 791

    Furniture

    A late 17th Century oak Occasional Table with rectangular top on turned and square supports united by square stretchers, 28 1/2 x 21in

    Sale price: £310

  709. Lot Number 793

    Furniture

    A 19th Century mahogany Mule Chest with hinged top fitted drawer to base on bracket supports and with carrying handles

    Sale price: £180

  710. Lot Number 794

    Furniture

    A 17th Century oak Coffer with sunken four panel lid above guilloche carved frieze and four rosette carved panels, 4ft 6in

    Sale price: not sold.

  711. Lot Number 795

    Furniture

    A 19th Century marquetry circular Occasional Table with urn of flowers, birds and mask inlay to the top, on inverted hexagonal column with concave platform base, turned feet and casters, 2ft 9in D .
    AMENDMENT: Revised Estimate £5-800

    Sale price: £540

  712. Lot Number 796

    Furniture

    A 19th Century painted pine Cupboard with pair of solid panelled doors above two short and one long drawer, shaped frieze beneath, 3ft 3in W

    Sale price: £900

  713. Lot Number 797

    Furniture

    An 18th Century oak Dresser Base fitted three drawers with cross-banding and corner fan inlay, shaped frieze beneath on cabriole front legs, 6ft 4in

    Sale price: £780

  714. Lot Number 798

    Furniture

    An antique oval Gate-leg Table on turned and square legs united by square stretchers, 3ft 4in x 4ft 3in

    Sale price: not sold.

  715. Lot Number 799

    Furniture

    A Sheraton style painted mahogany and satinwood crossbanded demi-lune Cabinet with floral swags, ribbons, anthemion frieze etc, fitted three solid panelled doors painted ribbons and laurel wreaths on short square tapering legs and spade feet, 4ft

    Sale price: £380

  716. Lot Number 800

    Furniture

    An early 19th Century rosewood Games/Work Table with fold-over top revealing chequers, backgammon and cribbage boards, frieze drawer containing counters and pull out work basket on cheval base, 19 1/2 in W

    Sale price: not sold.

  717. Lot Number 801

    Furniture

    A pair of 18th Century walnut Single Chairs with pireced splat backs, drop in seats on cabriole front supports and turned stretchers

    Sale price: £280

  718. Lot Number 802

    Furniture

    A 19th Century X frame Stool with button upholstered seat and scroll carving, 2ft W

    Sale price: £180

  719. Lot Number 803

    Furniture

    A Georgian oak Pillar Table with circular top on baluster column and tripod base, 2ft 9in D

    Sale price: £105

  720. Lot Number 804

    Furniture

    A Georgian oak Pillar Table with circular top on vase turned column and tripod base, 2ft 7in D

    Sale price: £100

  721. Lot Number 805

    Furniture

    A George III mahogany Bedside Stand with shaped tray top having hand holds, hinged panel and drawer beneath on moulded and chamfered square legs, 2ft

    Sale price: £340

  722. Lot Number 806

    Furniture

    A 19th Century gilt framed Upright Wall Mirror with painted frieze of church and rosettes above plain rectangular plate, 2ft 3in

    Sale price: £160

  723. Lot Number 807

    Furniture

    A George III mahogany Corner Washstand with raised back, fitted small drawer, shaped platform base on splayed square legs

    Sale price: not sold.

  724. Lot Number 808

    Furniture

    A late Georgian mahogany Breakfront Linen Press with two pairs of solid panelled doors enclosing sliding trays, ten drawers beneath on plinth base, 9ft W.   PROVENANCE: Formerly owned by Earl of Chesterfield of Bretby Hall, then Sir Derek Bailey of Brinsop Court, Herefordshire and thence by Descent

    Sale price: not sold.

  725. Lot Number 809

    Furniture

    A George III mahogany Pillar Table with dished circular one piece top, bird cage support on turned column and tripod base, 2ft 1in diam, small repair to column

    Sale price: £150

  726. Lot Number 810

    Furniture

    A George III brass bound mahogany hexagonal Wine Cooler with lead lined interior on square tapering legs, 19in

    Sale price: £560

  727. Lot Number 811

    Furniture

    A fine Napoleon III ebonised, gilt metal mounted and pietra dura Cabinet, mid-19th Century, of shaped outline with arched top between urn finials incorporating oval and shaped pietra dura mounted panels of cherries, plums, flowers and foliage, above floral swag mounted pilasters flanking a central door, further mounted with ribbon tied oval and shaped panels of cherries, plums, figs, flowers, foliage and a bird, and framed with pierced brass inlaid borders, on plinth base raised on compressed bun feet.

    Sale price: £7,200

  728. Lot Number 812

    Furniture

    A 19th Century stained glass Church Window of St John, in oak frame, 11ft 6in H x 2ft 6in W

    Sale price: not sold.