Antiques, Furniture, Collectables & Household Effects Sale
on Tuesday 21st April
2009


1.      A reproduction walnut twin pillar dining table, with extra leaf, the tops cross-banded in burr walnut, pedestal stems with tripod bases and paw casters, 6ft. opening to 8ft. - clean Estimate: 50-70
2.      A reproduction mahogany serving table, long single frieze drawer on fluted legs with caned undertier, 4ft. 8in.
3.      A modern leather reclining armchair, with electric mechanism, deep brown leather Estimate: 80-120
4.      A George III mahogany kneehole desk, brushing slide with inset leather, single long drawer above tray and panelled kneehole cupboard, a bank of three short drawers to each side, brass swan-neck handles, on bracket feet, circa 1770, 2ft. 9in. Estimate: 450-500
5.      A George III style inlaid mahogany sideboard, serpentine fronted with central drawer, flanked on each side by a deep drawer, lion mask ring handles, on square tapering legs with spade feet, 4ft. Estimate: 300-400
6.      A solid dark oak refectory-type dining table, on carved bulbous end supports with Ionic capitals, uniting stretcher, top 6ft. 8in. x 3ft. 3in. Estimate: 180-220
7.      A Georgian oak box, boarded construction with brass carrying handles, 1ft. 8in. wide
8.      A Victorian mahogany wardrobe, the three full-length dome-panelled doors enclosing an arrangement of sliding shelves, drawers and space for hanging, on plinth, 6ft. 6in. Estimate: 250-350
9.      An Edwardian walnut overmantel, broken-arch pediment above the bevelled plate, 3ft. 5in. wide
10.     A Victorian bamboo display cabinet, pair of glazed doors enclosing two shelves, bamboo and wicker cupboard base, 3ft. Estimate: 150-200
11.     A Victorian style giltwood overmantel, carved gadroon border, acanthus detail, 4ft. 6in. wide Estimate: 100-150
12.     An early 20th century solid oak student's roll-top desk, tambour shutter enclosing fitted interior, single drawer and two open shelves beneath, 2ft. 6in. Estimate: 80-100
13.     A 1920's solid oak revolving desk chair, with slatted back, upholstered seat and four outswept legs on casters
14.     A set of six Victorian walnut dining chairs, the double-scroll backs carved with leaf scrolls and rosettes, upholstered seats, moulded front cabriole legs Estimate: 300-400
15.     A late Victorian mahogany envelope card table, revolving square top opening in four sections, baize lining enclosed, single frieze drawer carved with 'C' scrolls, on carved cabriole legs and scroll feet, 1ft. 10in. Estimate: 100-150
16.     An Edwardian turned beech rocking armchair, with upholstered seat and back, the frame bobbin-turned throughout, on casters
17.     A nest of three solid light oak tables, turned underframes, 1ft. 10in.
18.     A late Victorian mahogany 'spider-leg' drop leaf table, on slim turned underframe, 11in. opening to 2ft. 9in. Estimate: 120-180
19.     A pair of George III - style mahogany dining chairs, with pierced splats and upholstered seats, front square tapering legs
20.     A Victorian armchair, upholstered in a claret fabric, on front turned oak legs with casters
21.     A George III mahogany bookcase, upper stage fitted with an arrangement of adjustable shelves enclosed by a pair of astragal glazed doors, unusual lower stage featuring a pair of hinged doors with simulated cock-beaded drawer fronts, circa 1770, 3ft. 7in. Estimate: 200-250
22.     A set of four Victorian carved walnut dining chairs, with fluted frames, pierced splats, upholstered seats, on front turned and tapering legs Estimate: 150-200
23.     A reproduction burr walnut tilt-top dining table, cross-banded top on turned pedestal stem and tripod base with brass paw casters, 3ft. 6in. diameter - clean
24.     A mahogany pedestal desk, top with inset vinyl and three frieze drawers, three further drawers to each pedestal, on plinth base, 4ft. Estimate: 60-80
25.     A solid dark oak refectory-type dining table, on carved bulbous end supports, top 5ft. x 2ft. 6in. Estimate: 70-100
26.     A set of four reproduction dark oak ladder-back dining chairs, with rush seats, on turned underframes Estimate: 50-60
27.     A William IV grained beech armchair, arm supports with fluted detail, on reeded turned and tapering legs with casters, upholstered in a pale autumnal fabric Estimate: 50-70
28.     A Victorian walnut nursing chair, upholstered in a buttoned green fabric, on front turned legs with casters Estimate: 60-80
29.     A Maple & Co. Edwardian inlaid mahogany lady's bureau, satinwood cross-banded throughout, fall front enclosing three drawers and inset inkwells, single frieze drawer with brass handles, on square tapering legs with bow-shaped stretcher on casters, 2ft. 6in. SEE ILLUSTRATION Estimate: 200-300
30.     A Victorian-style mahogany Canterbury, three partitions divided by rails of turned spindles, single drawer beneath, on short tapering legs with casters Estimate: 80-100
31.     A Victorian walnut Sutherland table, on turned underframe with spindle stretcher, on casters, 8in. opening to 2ft. 8in. Estimate: 50-70
32.     A burr walnut veneered chest, three cross-banded drawers, each with shaped brass handles, on cabriole legs, 1ft. 7in.
33.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, raised back with carved detail, pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing two adjustable shelves, the frieze and stiles inlaid with urns, hare-bells and leaf scrolls, 3ft. 6in. Estimate: 150-200
33A.    An 18th century chair
33B.    Triple mirror and two stools
33C.    A hall table with caned undertier
34.     A George V mahogany display cabinet, gadrooned top above a carved key pattern border, central panelled door flanked by astragal glazed doors, each enclosing two lined shelves, on carved cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 4ft. 7in. Estimate: 100-150
35.     A late Regency-period mahogany carver chair, with rope-twist back, moulded scroll arms and front turned legs
36.     A George III fruitwood side table, with one long and two short drawers, each with shaped brass handles, on four cabriole legs, circa 1780, 2ft. 4in. Estimate: 120-180
37.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany drawing room armchair, upholstered in a celadon dralon, on square tapering legs with casters Estimate: 50-70
38.     A Victorian mahogany Pembroke table, with waxed pine top, a frieze drawer to each end, on turned legs with casters, 3ft. 7in. Estimate: 50-70
39.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany nest of three tables, the tops cross-banded in satinwood, on square tapering legs with slatted sides, 1ft. 10in. Estimate: 100-150
40.     A pair of wall mirrors, rectangular shape with bevelled plates, gilt frames moulded with shells and scrolls in rococo style, 15 x 10in. Estimate: 50-60
41.     A pair of walnut bedside tables, one serpentine fronted, the other block fronted, quarter-veneered tops above two drawers, on cabriole legs, 1ft. 8in. Estimate: 80-120
42.     An Edwardian octagonal inlaid mahogany side table, the top inlaid with bats-wings, on square tapering legs with cross-banded undertier, top 1ft. 5in. Estimate: 50-70
43.     A Victorian tub chair, upholstered in a buttoned celadon dralon, mahogany frame with carved front legs, on casters Estimate: 80-100
44.     A walnut bureau, burr veneered, cross-banded top enclosing fittings, above three long cock-beaded drawers, on cabriole legs, 2ft. 6in.
45.     An Edwardian army Sergeant's trunk, teak with sheet iron mounts, the front personalised with sergeant's name, 4th R.W. Kent Regt. and dated 1908, 2ft. 6in. wide Estimate: 50-70
46.     An Edwardian mahogany occasional table, lobed square top on four cabriole legs with braced undertier, 2ft.
47.     An Eastern hardwood chest of five drawers, serpentine fronted on claw and ball feet, 2ft. 6in.
48.     A George III - style pale mahogany chest, serpentine fronted with six drawers, oval pressed handles, fluted sides, 4ft. 6in. Estimate: 50-70
49.     A Chinese export carved wood blanket chest, carved detail to all sides, ornamental brass lock-plate, 3ft. 4in.
50.     A Victorian mahogany bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing four adjustable shelves, on plinth, 3ft. 6in. Estimate: 180-250
51.     An early Victorian mahogany bachelor's chest, hinged cross-banded top above two short and two long drawers, all oak-lined with shaped brass handles, on splayed bracket feet, 2ft. 8in. Estimate: 200-300
52.     A George III inlaid mahogany hanging corner cabinet, astragal-glazed door enclosing three fitted shelves, 2ft. 2in. wide Estimate: 100-150
53.     An early 20th century chinoiserie-lacquered bookcase, pair of panelled cupboard doors enclosing two fitted shelves, the top, front and sides all decorated with figural scenes in gold and red enamel against a black ground, 4ft. 3in. wide Estimate: 200-300
54.     A William IV mahogany secretaire bookcase, upper stage with a turned column to each side, pair of glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, secretaire drawer enclosing fittings, panelled cupboard base, 3ft. 10in. wide Estimate: 600-800
55.     A small Chinese camphorwood trunk, carved on all sides with oriental figures and foliage, 2ft. 7in. Estimate: 50-70
56.     A petite Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, satinwood inlaid frieze above single astragal glazed door enclosing two shelves, serpentine fronted stand with square tapering legs, 2ft. wide Estimate: 250-350
57.     A dark oak cheval mirror, on casters, 1ft. 3in. wide
58.     A mid Victorian mahogany-framed office armchair, tub shaped back upholstered in a brass-studded green leather, revolving on four outswept legs Estimate: 80-100
59.     An early 20th century leather-covered cocktail cabinet, brass-studded throughout, frieze drawer crisply carved with grapes and vine leaves, pair of doors with elaborate engraved brass mounts, on solid carved oak stand, 2ft. 2in. Estimate: 80-120
60.     A large early 20th century burr walnut veneered sideboard, gadrooned mahogany top above bowed end sections, each with brushing slide and two drawers, central drawer, on cabriole legs with deeply carved foliage at the knees, claw and ball feet, 6ft. 6in. Estimate: 100-150
61.     A Victorian corner-fitting rosewood Whatnot, four serpentine fronted tiers, supported by carved double scrolls and baluster columns, on turned legs with casters, elaborate carved surmount, 2ft. 8in. wide SEE ILLUSTRATION Estimate: 300-400
62.     A late 19th century Japanese carved wood jardiniere stand, circular shape with carved flowers to the frieze, on four carved cabriole legs with undertier, top 1ft. 1in. diameter Estimate: 50-60
63.     A good set of four Charles II - style walnut dining chairs, caned back with carved scrolls and foliage, barley-twist uprights, floral cresting, the seats covered in brightly coloured petit-point, the seats embroidered with insects, on front scroll legs with carved stretchers Estimate: 300-500
64.     A late 19th century Chinese hardwood jardiniere stand, circular shape with inset rouge marble, intricately carved with leaf scrolls and flowers throughout, on carved cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, with circular undertier, 1ft. 10in. diameter Estimate: 150-200
65.     A good quality Edwardian mahogany and marquetry display cabinet, swan-neck pediment above a pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing three shelves, serpentine fronted base with two drawers and two cupboards, on square tapering legs with spade feet, the whole brightly inlaid with urns, hare-bells, ribbons and drapes in boxwood and harewood in Adam-style, 2ft. 6in., height 5ft. 8in. SEE ILLUSTRATION Estimate: 1200-1500
66.     A late Victorian break-fronted mahogany display cabinet, upper stage with three astragal glazed doors enclosing a lined interior with plate glass shelves, centre section with mirror back, lower stage with three carved frieze drawers, above three carved cupboard doors, a recess to each side, on short square tapering legs, circa 1900, 5ft. wide Estimate: 600-800
67.     A William IV bow fronted mahogany chest, the deep upper drawer inlaid in boxwood and ebony, three further long drawers beneath, each with turned wood knob handles, on splay feet, 3ft. 10in. Estimate: 250-300
68.     An early Victorian bow fronted mahogany chest, two short and three long cock-beaded drawers, each with turned wood knob handles, on casters, 3ft. 6in. Estimate: 200-300
69.     A George III mahogany chest-on-chest, upper stage with two short and three long drawers, lower stage with three long drawers, each oak-lined with shaped brass handles and escutcheons, on bracket feet, 3ft. 8in. Estimate: 600-800
70.     A late Victorian mahogany wardrobe, central full-length bevelled mirror door flanked by panelled doors, each carved with acanthus leaf scrolls, on plinth, 6ft. 6in. wide Estimate: 200-300
71.     A reproduction mahogany twin pillar dining table, on moulded outswept legs, 6ft. long
72.     A reproduction wall mirror, the distressed mirror borders gilded with leaf scrolls, in gilt frame, 31 x 23in. and a colour print after Renoir
73.     A pair of moulded concrete garden dogs, each recumbent on hind legs, 2ft. 4in. high Estimate: 120-180
74.     A moulded concrete garden bench, early Georgian style, on pedestal supports, 4ft. 1in. Estimate: 70-80
75.     A late Victorian mahogany drawing room armchair, Windsor-type with shaped spindles to the back and arm-rests, petit-point needlework seat, front cabriole legs, loose joints
76.     An early 20th century mahogany bureau, cross-banded fall front enclosing fittings, three drawers beneath, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 2ft. 5in. - feet at fault
77.     An Edwardian walnut pedestal desk, top with inset vinyl, three frieze drawers, three drawers to each pedestal, 4ft. - in need of restoration Estimate: 100-150
78.     A late Victorian mahogany tilt-top tripod table, with carved rim, pedestal stem and outswept legs, top 1ft. 6in. diameter Estimate: 50-70
79.     A Victorian inlaid burr walnut occasional table, oval top on four fluted and turned supports with similar stretchers, on casters, top 2ft. 3in. Estimate: 70-80
80.     A small Georgian oak side table, with single frieze drawer, on plain square legs, 1ft. 10in. Estimate: 80-100
81.     A small carved oak folding seat, the back with arcaded rails of baluster shaped bobbins
82.     An early Victorian mahogany work table, with two drop leaves, two frieze drawers and turned and tapering legs with casters, 2ft. Estimate: 120-150
83.     A late Georgian mahogany tripod table, circular top tilting upon turned pedestal, three outswept legs, 2ft. 5in. Estimate: 70-100
84.     A small Edwardian inlaid mahogany gentleman's wardrobe, enclosed by a pair of full-length doors, on bracket feet, 3ft. 8in. wide
85.     A late Victorian dark oak break-front bookcase, upper stage with four glazed doors enclosing nine adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base, on plinth, 7ft. 8in. wide Estimate: 500-600
86.     A tall narrow waxed pine open bookcase, six adjustable shelves between fluted uprights, on plinth base, 1ft. 11in. Estimate: 50-80
87.     A modern waxed pine open bookcase, two adjustable shelves between fluted uprights, on plinth base, 3ft. 2in.
88.     An Edwardian mahogany side cupboard, single panelled door enclosing two shelves, 1ft. 9in.
89.     A solid dark oak open bookcase, three adjustable shelves, 3ft. - woodworm to back
90.     A George V mahogany open bookcase, gadrooned top above three adjustable shelves, on claw and ball feet, 3ft. 6in.
91.     An Arts and Crafts walnut bookcase, moulded raised back above dentil frieze, carved detail to sides, three adjustable shelves, on 'S' scroll feet, 4ft. 6in. Estimate: 150-200
92.     An Edwardian mahogany wash stand, white marble top above a pair of cupboard doors, on moulded square legs, 2ft. 6in.
93.     A reproduction mahogany pedestal desk, inset gilt-tooled green leather top above two drawers, a brushing slide, drawers and filing drawer to each pedestal, brass swan-neck handles, top 6ft. x 3ft. Estimate: 80-100
94.     A reproduction mahogany veneered filing chest, inset gilt-tooled red leather top above three filing drawers, each with brass swan-neck handles
95.     A reproduction mahogany veneered long side cupboard, inset gilt-tooled leather top above two pairs of panelled cupboards, each with single adjustable shelf, 6ft.
96.     A reproduction mahogany veneered circular writing table, inset gilt-tooled green leather top, on pedestal stem with moulded outswept legs, paw casters, 3ft. 6in. diameter
97.     A set of four Hepplewhite style mahogany dining chairs, camel-backs above Prince of Wales plumes to the splats, green vinyl drop-in seats
98.     A reproduction mahogany veneered side cupboard, three frieze drawers above panelled cupboard base, 5ft.
99.     Two Chippendale style mahogany open armchairs, with moulded frames
100.    A reproduction mahogany veneered desk, inset tooled blue leather top above three frieze drawers, drawers and cupboard to each pedestal, top 5ft. x 3ft. Estimate: 80-100
101.    A large reproduction mahogany bookcase, upper stage with two pairs of glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, eight filing drawers beneath, 6ft. 6in. Estimate: 50-60
102.    A solid medium oak gate-leg table, on baluster turned underframe, 2ft. 11in.
103.    An early Victorian mahogany framed elbow chair, with scroll arm supports and front turned legs, buttoned upholstery worn Estimate: 50-70
104.    A Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long drawers, each with turned wood knob handles, on front turned legs, 3ft. 6in. Estimate: 80-120
105.    An 18th century chinoiserie hanging corner cupboard, lacquered with oriental figures and flowers against a black ground, three fitted shelves enclosed, 2ft. wide Estimate: 200-250
106.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing lined interior with two fitted shelves, open shelf beneath, the frame inlaid with pendant hare-bells and leaf scrolls in boxwood, on square tapering legs, 3ft. 6in. Estimate: 200-300
107.    A Victorian gilt-gesso girandole, oval shape with fruit and vine cresting, the three sconces moulded with grapes and vine leaves, 3ft. 6in. total height Estimate: 200-250
108.    A Minty's mahogany sectional bookcase, four glazed sections, each with a pair of hinged doors, 2ft. 11in. Estimate: 100-150
109.    A Victorian mahogany dressing table and matching wash stand, with carved detail and boldly shaped fronts, dressing table with four short upper drawers, a drawer and cupboard to each pedestal, wash stand with white marble top Estimate: 250-350
110.    A Victorian mahogany towel rail, 2ft. 4in. together with an Edwardian walnut occasional table, on cabriole legs with braced undertier, 1ft. 8in.
111.    An early 20th century solid medium oak bureau, fall front enclosing fittings above single drawer and panelled cupboard base, 3ft. 2in.
112.    A modern light stained beech desk chair, tub shaped back with pierced splat, upholstered seat and front reeded legs
113.    A small size solid medium oak court cupboard, canted upper section with linenfold panels, linenfold cupboard base on bulbous supports, 2ft. 3in.
114.    A Victorian burr walnut serpentine fronted Davenport, pierced gallery above sloping front with inset gilt-tooled leather top, enclosing bird's-eye maple veneered interior with three drawers, one side with fitted stationery drawer above panelled cupboard door enclosing four drawers, on front scroll legs with carved acanthus foliage, on bun feet with casters, circa 1870, 2ft. 2in. wide Estimate: 800-1000
115.    An Edwardian Sheraton revival inlaid satinwood occasional table, circular shape, the top inlaid with hare-bells and leaf scrolls, central floral design, similar inlays to the frieze and legs, square tapering legs with cross-stretchers and casters, 2ft. 4in. SEE ILLUSTRATION Estimate: 1200-1400
116.    A mid Victorian bow fronted two seater couch, upholstered in a button green dralon, on front carved cabriole legs with ceramic casters, 4ft. 4in. Estimate: 350-400
117.    A Victorian walnut veneered card table, demi-lune shape, the revolving hinged top enclosing baize lining, on turned pedestal stem with four outswept scroll legs, each crisply carved with leaves, on casters, circa 1870, 3ft. 3in. Estimate: 400-500
118.    A late 19th century French two seater boudoir settee, walnut frame carved with a twist design, scrolls and hare-bells, upholstered in a floral primrose ground fabric, on tapering, fluted legs with casters, 3ft. 7in. Estimate: 150-200
119.    A late 19th century walnut hallway table, top with incised floral carving, the underframe carved with leaf scrolls, eagle heads and a child mask in Flemish style, cross-stretchers, 3ft. Estimate: 180-220
120.    A John Broadwood & Sons grand piano, over-strung iron frame, seven octave keyboard, in dark mahogany case, on square tapering legs with casters Estimate: 100-200
121.    An inlaid mahogany pianist's duet stool, hinged upholstered seat, square tapering legs with spade feet Estimate: 60-80
122.    An early 20th century mahogany music chest, with five fall-front drawers, each with brass swan-neck handle, 1ft. 8in. Estimate: 50-60
123.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany music chest, raised back above five fall-front drawers, each with brass handles, on square tapering legs with undertier, 1ft. 9in. Estimate: 100-150
124.    A Victorian walnut bookcase, arched pediment above a pair of glazed doors, enclosing three adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base with two drawers, on plinth, 3ft. 5in. Estimate: 200-300
125.    A late Georgian mahogany music stand, slatted top adjustable on ratchet, complete with wood stay, on turned pedestal stem and moulded tripod base with ball toes Estimate: 250-350
126.    A carved giltwood overmantel, early rococo style carved with rosettes and leaf scrolls throughout, 3ft. 9in. high, 4ft. wide Estimate: 100-150
127.    A set of six oak dining chairs, with ladder backs and slatted wood seats
128.    A mid 18th century oak gateleg table, with single drawer, on baluster turned underframe, unusual primitive form, 3ft. - repairs
129.    A reproduction mahogany corner fitting wash-stand, dished top above single triangular door, on tripod base, top 11in. diameter Estimate: 50-70
130.    A solid dark oak occasional table, oval top on baluster turned underframe, 2ft.
131.    A modern chest of drawers in Victorian style, two short and four long drawers, each with turned knob handles on bracket feet, 2ft. 11in.
132.    A modern mirrored dressing table and matching mirror, the table composed of numerous bevelled mirror plates to all sides, 2ft. 11in., the mirror with angled borders, 3ft. 10in. x 2ft. 10in.
133.    A walnut veneered display cabinet, bow fronted having a pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves on claw and ball feet, 2ft. 11in.
134.    A three piece suite, consisting of large two seater settee, smaller two seater settee and an armchair, upholstered in a blue, cream and gold striped fabric Estimate: 100-150
135.    A late Victorian bamboo writing table, with single drawer and undertier, 2ft. 4in. Estimate: 70-100
136.    A chrome plated cheval mirror, mirror plate 4ft. 8in. x 1ft. 3in., together with an oval chrome plated two tier tea trolley and a brass floor-standing ash-tray Estimate: 80-100
137.    A brass floorlamp, with adjustable spotlight, together with a turned beech standard lamp and a turned wood 'lighthouse' table lamp Estimate: 50-80
138.    A Bentwood hat, coat and stick stand Estimate: 50-60
139.    A late Victorian bamboo open bookcase, three fitted shelves, 2ft. 6in. - as viewed
140.    A set of four beech kitchen chairs, lathe backs, turned legs
141.    An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, single astragal glazed door enclosing two glass shelves, on claw and ball feet, 2ft.
142.    A 1920's solid medium oak bureau, fall-front enclosing fittings, above three drawers, on bulbous legs, 2ft. 6in.
143.    A solid dark oak three tier cake stand, barley twist uprights, together with a beech electric standard lamp, with pink shade
144.    A solid medium oak drop leaf coffee table, on baluster turned underframe
145.    Two beech footstools, each upholstered in buttoned leather
146.    A medium oak nest of three tables, on baluster turned legs, 1ft. 10in.
147.    A dark oak bookcase, enclosed by a pair of leaded glazed doors, panelled cupboard base, 2ft. 6in.
148.    A reproduction serpentine fronted mahogany chest, four long drawers, bracket feet, 1ft. 7in.
149.    A solid dark oak dresser base, two frieze drawers above a pair of panelled cupboard doors, 4ft.
150.    A modern electric recliner armchair, upholstered in a two-tone blue fabric, good working order; one year old, approximate retail cost £1,000 Estimate: 60-80
151.    A circular oak coffee table, together with an oak work box and an oak veneered Smith's electric mantel clock
152.    A modern Parker Knoll three piece suite, consisting of two seater settee, pair of armchairs and two footstools, upholstered in a buttoned pale floral fabric Estimate: 50-80
153.    A reproduction yew veneered breakfast table, cross-banded square top on pedestal stem with four moulded outswept legs and casters
153A.   Inlaid mirrors
154.    A solid dark oak gateleg table, on shaped end supports, 9.5in. opening to 4ft. 1in.
155.    A burr walnut coffee table, rectangular quarter-veneered top with carved borders, on cabriole legs with carved shell knees, 3ft. 6in.
156.    A pair of burr walnut veneered side tables, lobed half-round tops upon cabriole legs with carved foliage at the knees, 2ft. 9in. Estimate: 100-150
157.    A circular burr walnut coffee table, on carved cabriole legs
158.    A period style octagonal mirror, the beaded gilt frame with eight mirror borders, 3ft. and a rectangular gilt framed mirror, 3ft.
159.    A walnut fender stool, upholstered seat above carved cabriole legs and scroll feet, 3ft.
160.    A reproduction mahogany open bookcase, cross-banded top above a pair of frieze drawers, single shelf, 2ft. 6in.
161.    A pair of recliner armchairs, upholstered in a pink buttoned fabric
162.    A modern two seater bed settee, upholstered in a brightly coloured abstract fabric
163.    A teak bedroom pair, consisting of dressing chest with mirror, chest of drawers, brass handles, 3ft. 3in.
164.    A canework two tier coffee table, together with an oak cane seated bedroom chair, two mirrors and four moulded plaques
165.    A mahogany drop leaf dining table, on cabriole legs, 3ft. - formerly a draw leaf table
166.    A set of four Queen Anne style mahogany dining chairs, vase splats and drop-in seats, on front cabriole legs
167.    An early 20th century solid dark oak corner cupboard, enclosed by single panelled door, on barley twist stand, 2ft. 4in.
168.    A good modern wing armchair, generously upholstered in a rust and cream floral fabric, on front turned legs with brass casters
169.    A mahogany torchere, with fluted and reeded stem, 3ft. 10in. high, mahogany standard lamp and a reproduction three-tier table
170.    A cream painted bedroom chest of five drawers, 1ft. 8in.
171.    A Louis XV - style beech framed armchair, upholstered in a pink brocade, on moulded front cabriole legs, together with an upholstered dressing stool, a mahogany work table and a blue Lusty Lloyd Loom linen basket and upholstered stool
172.    A Creda Commodore electric cooker, together with a Samsung microwave oven, 600W
173.    An Amica upright fridge-freezer, clean and modern
174.    A brass framed wall mirror, embossed with shells and leaves, bevelled plate, 20 x 16in.
175.    A reproduction mahogany drop leaf dining table, on single pedestal stem and outswept legs with brass paw casters
176.    A reproduction walnut veneered demi-lune side cupboard, enclosed by single door, on cabriole legs
177.    A reproduction burr walnut veneered demi-lune side table, together with a similar coffee table and bedside cupboard, all on cabriole legs
178.    A reproduction walnut veneered bureau, half-veneered fall-front enclosing fittings and tambour shutter above three long drawers on cabriole legs, 2ft. 6in.
179.    An ornate circular gilt framed mirror, an oval gilt framed mirror, smaller moulded gilt mirror and an electric standard lamp
180.    A Benares engraved brass table top, with pierced detail, on folding turned wood stand, top 2ft. 6in. and a circular engraved Benares brass tray, 2ft.
181.    A reproduction walnut bow fronted cupboard, pair of doors above four drawers, on splay bracket feet, 1ft. 10in.
182.    A mahogany and wrought metal conservatory set, consisting of circular table and four chairs
183.    A reproduction yew-veneered bureau, quarter-veneered fall front enclosing an arrangement of drawers, pigeon-holes and central cupboard, above four long drawers, on bracket feet, 2ft. 9in. - clean Estimate: 50-70
184.    An Edwardian octagonal walnut centre table, on turned legs with braced undertier, 2ft. 4in.
185.    A Victorian child-size papier mache single chair, balloon-back inlaid with a Greek key pattern in pewter, upholstered seat, front cabriole legs
186.    An early 20th century mahogany office desk, single drawer above kneehole, two drawers and a brushing slide to each side, 4ft. 6in.
187.    A mahogany veneered writing table, with sliding shelf, 3ft. 6in.
188.    A set of four light oak office shelves, each section 3ft. 3in.
189.    A reproduction circular mahogany table, inset gilt-tooled blue leather top on pedestal stem and moulded outswept legs, brass paw casters, 3ft. 6in. diameter
190.    A set of three Regency style beech dining chairs, including armchair, upholstered in a buttoned blue striped fabric, on sabre legs
191.    A reproduction circular mahogany writing table, with inset gilt-tooled red leather top, on baluster stem with outswept moulded legs, brass paw casters, 3ft. 6in.
192.    A modern waxed pine floor standing corner cabinet, upper stage enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, panelled cupboard base, 2ft. 3in. and a small open bookcase
193.    A set of four Edwardian inlaid mahogany dining chairs, with upholstered seats
194.    A late Victorian grained 'oak' chest, candle tray within, sheet-iron carrying handles, 2ft. 9in.
195.    Two large Victorian stained pine blanket chests
196.    A mahogany side cupboard with drawer, 1ft. 7in., a nest of three mahogany tables and two upholstered footstools
197.    A solid oak framed cheval mirror, mirror plate 3ft. 11in. x 1ft. 8in.
198.    A solid oak bench, 4ft. 6in. and a solid oak drop-leaf table, 2ft.
199.    An Art Nouveau cast iron side table, cast stylised devices to the frieze , on two cabriole legs, together with an Art Nouveau copper fireguard and a Bakelite table on folding wood stand
200.    A child's Bentwood armchair, matching single chair, a Lloyd Loom armchair, two other armchairs and a white painted kitchen chair with rush seat
201.    A Victorian waxed pine kitchen table, with single drawer, 3ft. 6in. x 2ft. 10in.
202.    A Dutch mahogany finished wall-hanging display cabinet, arched shape with single door enclosing two shelves, 2ft. 5in. high
203.    A beech refectory-type dining table, on shaped end supports, top 5ft. 10in. x 3ft. 2in. Estimate: 80-100
204.    A set of six Windsor-type dining chairs, including two carvers, with comb backs and turned underframes Estimate: 60-80
205.    A walnut cheval mirror, on stand with carved Greek key border, mirror 4ft. 3in. x 11in. Estimate: 50-60
206.    A solid medium oak gateleg table, on barley twist underframe, 3ft.
207.    A Chinese wool rug, pot of flowers against a cream ground within blue-bordered field, 5ft. 2in. x 3ft.
208.    A pair of Belgian cotton rugs, eastern design predominantly in red, blue with cream field, 6ft. 6in. x 4ft. 3in.
209.    An 18th century oak thirty-hour longcase clock, by John Wyld, Nottingham, square brass dial with matted dial centre, date aperture, outside countwheel, the hood with swan-neck cresting, 6ft. 6in.- square dial enhanced by carved giltwood arch Estimate: 400-600
210.    A dark oak grandmother clock, with Smiths three-train chiming movement, complete with pendulum, 4ft. 4in. high -
211.    The Young Nigger Bank, a cast iron money bank, 4.5in.
212.    An inlaid triangular cribbage board, Tunbridge Ware paper knife, Tunbridge Ware stamp box and a small mahogany cased draughtsman's set
213.    An assortment of carpenter's tools, draughtsman's rules, etc.
214.    A silver mounted ebony walking cane, London 1919
215.    A late Victorian brass preserve pan, with iron loop handle an engraved brass tray and three flat irons
216.    A late 19th century brass and copper desk stand, fitted with two glass inkwells and central pounce pot, all with covers, the borders cast in copper filigree, 9in. wide Estimate: 100-150
217.    A brass match strike, in the form of an artisan, 4in. and a pair of 'trench art' candlesticks, 4.5in.
218.    Various early 20th century items, to include an oak desk-top calendar, bakelite mantel clock, one other mantel clock, similar ash-tray and tobacco jar, oval pewter sugar canister and cover, set of eight pale blue enamelled kitchen storage jars (a.f.) etc. Estimate: 50-70
219.    A brass ceiling-pendant light fitting, twin scroll sconces, height adjustable with counter balance, complete with rose Estimate: 80-100
220.    A Victorian brass and wire-work fender, brass helmet-shape coal scuttle, Lloyd Loom linen basket and two early electric heaters each with enamelled iron frame
221.    A Victorian cylindrical copper coal box, three pairs of oak barley twist candlesticks, embossed brass box commemorating the Victory, etc.
222.    An early 20th century Meerschaum pipe, the bowl carved in the form of a bearded Indian, in original leather case
223.    A quantity of brassware, including engraved Benares, chrome plated condiment set, silver plated mustard pot etc.
224.    A Swiss carved wood cuckoo clock, variety of wood boxes and other wooden items
225.    An oak hatchway piece, reputedly from HMS Invincible, 3ft. 4in. long
226.    An Isphaharn brass wall plate, very finely engraved with central radiating flower, leaves within lozenges and set-pattern border, 25in. diameter Estimate: 350-400
227.    A Magnavista television screen magnifier, adjustable on painted wrought metal stand
228.    An Art Nouveau pewter watch stand, in the form of a young lady seated, with a watch 7in., together with an Art Nouveau Orivit pewter beaker, 5in. and similar lozenge-shape dish, 10.5in., both with stylised leaves Estimate: 70-100
229.    A mother of pearl spoon, with pearl handle, 5in. and an Eastern dagger within sheath
230.    A Georgian design lacquered brass table lamp, of urn shape with cast acanthus leaves, on square base with shade and another, matching, incomplete
231.    A 19th century brass mortar with pestle, together with a brass hand bell
232.    V Settimio Soprani Three accordian, three-octave keyboard, pearl and blue marbled finish
233.    Two pairs of Toledo swords, with enamelled decoration, blades 36in. Estimate: 50-60
234.    Two pairs of Toledo swords, one pair within scabbards, all with enamelled decoration Estimate: 50-60
235.    A collection of dentist's apparatus, mid 20th century, numerous chrome plated tools and accessories contained within mahogany case, hinged cover above six shallow graduated drawers
236.    A human skull, cut laterally across the cranium, complete with lower jaw Estimate: 60-80
237.    A petit-point and beadwork panel, bright flowers, contained within mahogany firescreen, panel 18 x 15in.
238.    Four various lady's evening bags and a needlework tablecloth with lace border, 7ft. x 5ft.
239.    A brass table lamp, reeded stem with Corinthian capital, on stepped square base, 14.5in. - electric Estimate: 60-80
240.    Two Victorian brass door stops, 15in. high and a brass oil lamp stem, latter converted to electric
241.    An electric table lamp, gilt metal with cut glass lustre drops and four other electric table lamps
242.    A late Georgian oak wall-hanging candle box, arched cresting and fielded fall front, 16.5in. high Estimate: 50-70
243.    A pair of cast gilt-brass wall lights, fluted torches, each with three scrolling sconces and cut glass lustre drops, 17in. high Estimate: 120-150
244.    A pair of late 19th century French bronzed spelter statuettes, one entitled 'L'Inspiration' the other 'Muse Poetique' after L. Moreau, each female wearing green painted robe, on socle plinths, 18in. Estimate: 150-200
245.    A Victorian walnut veneered jewellery/work box, with spring-loaded drawers, tulip wood inlays to the top and front, 12in.
246.    An Edwardian brass mounted oak dinner gong, bell suspended between a pair of horns, on square plinth with beater, 14in. high Estimate: 50-70
247.    A walker's stick with pick-up attachment, bone-handled walking stick, silver mounted walking cane and a golfer's wood
248.    Five pairs of binoculars, four in cases and a boxed light scope
249.    A collection of glass postcard printing plates, local views of Worthing, Lancing, Brighton
250.    A Dunhill Namiki lever-fill fountain pen, size 6, fine gilding and maki'e decoration, design of an eagle alighting upon shrubs, full signature beside lever, nib inscribed Fine Dunhill Namiki 6, Made in Japan, cap complete with original clip, similarly gilded, case stamped Dunhill Namiki, Made in Japan, circa 1930, 5.5in. long - base of cap with small split SEE FRONT COVER Estimate: 1500-2000
251.    A leather mounted brass telescope, four sections, together with two hardwood truncheons and a horn handled dagger, within sheath
252.    An early 19th century Thomason-type corkscrew, turned bone handle and single helix screw, applied Royal Arms mark, inscribed Patent, brush missing, together with one other corkscrew Estimate: 70-100
253.    Miscellanea, to include a Victorian copper kettle, two Victorian brass saucepans, two brass table lamps, spelter statuette etc.
254.    A Victorian mahogany candlestick, cast brass sconce upon architectural reeded column, circular base, 14in.
255.    An oak and silver plated salad bowl, complete with servers, an inlaid oak crumb tray with brush and a Swiss carved wood novelty bear
256.    A needlework wall-hanging, hand worked with a squirrel, rabbit, monkey in bright wools, 4ft. x 3ft.
257.    A pair of brass figural candlesticks, one stem cast in the form of a huntsman, the other his female companion, each on three claw feet, 10in. Estimate: 50-70
258.    A Jaques & Son Staunton-pattern chess set, in original labelled mahogany case, one black pawn missing, an assortment of other wood and metal ornaments, watercolour and various framed prints,
259.    A cello, probably late 19th century, single piece back, turned rosewood tuners, complete with bow, both unsigned, in black vinyl case Estimate: 100-200
260.    A student's violin, 14in. half-veneered back, complete with bow, both unsigned, in black painted wood case, together with two further violin bows
261.    A rare Britains 9630 Ford tractor and rear dump trailer, die-cast metal with blue plastic dumper and loading spade, in original box, good - excellent; box good Estimate: 200-300
262.    Hornby Railways and others, to include King Edward I locomotive and tender, Wrenn utility van, both in original boxes, boxed Hornby OO track, D1 turntable etc.
263.    Corgi Toys - The Beatles Yellow Submarine, unboxed - fair
264.    Assorted toys, to include a 1950's Tri-ang Transport tin plate tipper truck, various die-cast vehicles, Meccano, Mamod stationary steam engine and hollowcasts
265.    Taylor & Barrett Chimpanzee's Tea-party, two chimpanzees, three chairs, table and zoo-keeper Estimate: 50-60
266.    Dolls house accessories, circa 1950, die-cast metal, including high level wc, settee, range and bedstead
267.    A Voigtlander Vito camera, Lanthar lens, leather case
268.    Two Kodak Easyshare digital cameras
269.    A collection of 35mm film cameras, 8 total
270.    Three Olympus 35mm film cameras, models XA 1 and XA 2
271.    A quantity of lenses, makes include Pentax, Hoya, Vivitar and Tamron, Ricoh 33mm camera and various accessories
272.    Three vintage movie cameras, 1950's, selection of other still cameras, two pairs of leather cased binoculars
273.    Two Olympus mju 35mm cameras, models 2 and 3, together with two Olympus Trip 35mm cameras
274.    A Leica Minilux 35mm Compact camera, with instruction manual and pouch Estimate: 60-80
275.    A Leica CM 35mm Compact camera, made in Germany, in leather case, complete with instruction manual Estimate: 150-250
276.    A Ricoh GR1V 35mm compact camera, together with a Ricoh R1 35mm compact camera, both within pouch, complete with instructions Estimate: 60-80
277.    A Rollei 35mm LED compact camera, in pouch, 1978 - good condition
278.    A Voigtlander Vito B 35mm camera, 1957-1959, with rangefinder and instructions
279.    A Leica 35mm mini-zoom camera
280.    A Minox ECX spy camera, with accessories and instructions Estimate: 50-60
281.    A Minox 110S compact camera, with separate flash, each in claret leather case
282.    A Contax T VS2 35mm compact camera, in leather case, presentation box and instructions Estimate: 120-150
283.    A collection of camera pouches, a camera tripod stand, changing bag, accessory grips, A Kodak Advantix film drive PC accessory etc.
284.    A postcard album, containing eighteen World War 1 embroidered cards, some aeronautica, some local
285.    A collection of cigarette cards, oil painting of Arundel Bridge, early photographs etc.
286.    A French Revolution 20 franc note, together with two French Revolution assignats, in frames and a cast brass model of a French soldier, 6.5in.
287.    A naval letter, reputedly written by Viscount Edward Pellew, 1757-1833 addressed to the admiralty, framed
288.    A naval letter, reputedly a subscription to the Duke of York's Memorial, signed 'Exmouth' framed Estimate: 50-70
289.    A naval letter, reputedly written by Admiral Sir Edward Codrington, veteran of Trafalgar, 1839, framed Estimate: 80-120
290.    A naval letter, reputedly written by Admiral Sir Charles Napier, 1786-1860, framed Estimate: 50-70
291.    A naval document, reputedly written by Sir Gilbert Blane, Surgeon to the Fleet, framed Estimate: 50-70
292.    A collection of theatre and exhibition posters, attractions include Glenn Miller orchestra at Worthing, Jack Jones at Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, Torvill and Dean, frameless
293.    A large quantity of early postcards, thirteen naval and maritime, others topographical including London, Canada and others Estimate: 70-80
294.    A postcard album, Worthing, 324 postcards Estimate: 100-150
295.    A postcard album, Brighton, 300 postcards and a Brighthelmston Suspension Pier Co. receipt, 1884 Estimate: 100-150
296.    A postcard album, 216 postcards, miscellaneous subjects Estimate: 100-150
297.    A large quantity of theatre programmes
298.    A collection of stamps, some contained within album, others loose, GB and colonies Estimate: 50-80
299.    A quantity of postcards, some contained within album, some printed on silk
300.    A collection of ephemera, cigarette cards, postcards, maps, etc.
301.    A quantity of photographs, many pre 1900, well known buildings, some amusing, many family and domestic
302.    A letter hand-written by the late Sir John Gielgud, 1953, 'Dear Mrs Spriggs, It is hard to reply with any sort of adequate gratitude for so charming a letter as you wrote me. I thank you for it with all my heart and believe me the thoughts of my dear friends and their superb loyalty to me has meant very much to me in these few days - something to be thankful for all of my life, even when brought about by an humiliating experience. Very sincerely, John Gielgud' October 24th, contained within post-stamped envelope SEE ILLUSTRATION

The letter, written from his home address, follows a now notorious episode in Gielgud's life, when he was arrested on account of 'importuning for immoral purposes' Estimate: 150-200
303.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany mantel clock, with enamelled dial, French timepiece movement, the case with a brass column to each side, on brass ball toes, 11in. wide
304.    A 19th century gilt-spelter mantel clock, with enamelled dial and French count-wheel movement striking on a bell, 12in. high, on ebonised plinth and under glass dome Estimate: 50-70
305.    A late 19th century Boulle-work mantel clock, gilt metal champleve dial and ormolu mounts in rococo style, French timepiece movement, 9.25in. - with key Estimate: 200-300
306.    A Casella thermograph, with white painted metal frame, 13in. long Estimate: 50-70
307.    A Gien, France, earthenware mantel clock, pink glazed in architectural style, convex enamelled dial, timepiece movement, with key and pendulum, 11in. high Estimate: 80-120
308.    An Edwardian mahogany mantel clock, convex enamel dial examined by Linscott and Phillips, French spring driven movment with replacement balance, case carved in rococo style, on brass ball toes, 10in. high - with key Estimate: 60-80
309.    A 19th century French ormolu mantel clock, featuring convex enamel dial and Sevres-style floral panels, French movement count-wheel striking on a bell, ormolu case cast with love-birds, torch and musical instruments, 11in., on plinth and under glass dome, bell missing Estimate: 150-200
310.    A late Victorian dark oak wheel barometer, printed thermometer and barometer dials, case boldly carved with flowers and leaf scrolls, 3ft. Estimate: 100-130
311.    A late 19th century French 'four-glass' mantel clock, skeleton dial, signed Purber & Son, Paris, enamelled dial, striking on a bell, lacquered brass case with bevelled glass to all sides, complete with mercury pendulum and key, 12in. high Estimate: 300-400
312.    A late Victorian oak bracket clock, traditional arched dial with matted centre, eight-day triple fusee movement, striking on a gong and chiming on eight bells, pull-repeat feature, domed oak case, crisply carved with caryatid terminal figures, a mask and foliage, complete with pendulum, 19.5in. high Estimate: 250-300
313.    A 19th century French onyx and alabaster clock garniture, dial signed Schnerb, Paris, dial with painted garlands, architectural case with brass mounts, columnar underframe, eight day movement, count-wheel striking on a bell, sunburst pendulum, accompanying urns on square bases, clock 20in. high Estimate: 150-200
314.    A 19th century bronze and black slate mantel clock, the top super-imposed by statuette of an Elizabethan gentleman holding crossbow, French movement striking on a bell, with pendulum, 23in. high, Estimate: 180-220
315.    A mahogany cased barograph, by Short and Mason, London, probably 1950's, No. 2896/37, 12in. Estimate: 150-200
316.    A Thermograph by Short and Mason, London, in grey metal case, No. A12463, 10in. Estimate: 50-70
317.    A late Victorian oak barometer, circular shape carved with a rope-twist, 9in. and a late Victorian walnut mantel clock, square silvered dial, architectural walnut case, 13in. high
318.    A long duration brass timepiece, under glass dome, an oak dome-shape mantel clock and a late Victorian opaque glass oil lamp
319.    A Victorian burr walnut eight-day bracket clock, featuring enamelled dial, five pillar movement with twin fusees, anchor escapement, striking on a gong, walnut case with carved floral cresting, leaves to each side, 16in. wide SEE ILLUSTRATION Estimate: 200-300
320.    Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds, 1895, pub. Hudson and Kearns, London, a biographical account of numerous cricketers, cloth with leather spine, poor condition Estimate: 50-70
321.    A quantity of household books
322.    A quantity of household books
323.    Three 18th century leather bound books, including Rambler, pub. London 1771
324.    A quantity of household books, subjects include the RAF, Douglas Bader etc.
324A.   A quantity of various books
325.    Hogarths London by H.B. Wheatley, illustrated, pub. Constable & Co., 1909, half-calf, various books on art, etc
326.    Macaulay's England, complete in two half-calf volumes and four other leather bound books
327.    The Imperial Family Bible, large edition with numerous steel engravings, pub. Blackie & Son, Glasgow, 1852, full morocco
328.    A Copeland earthenware meat plate, 'Mayflower' pattern, gadrooned rim, printed in underglaze blue with unusual enamelled flowers, 14.75in.
329.    A mid 19th century earthenware dish, printed with Briar Rose pattern, 9in.square, together with a Dudson blue jasper jug, the jug 7in., Chinese prunus blossom ginger jar and a Dutch dish
330.    A Myott jug and basin set, brightly painted with flowers against a honey-glaze ground, jug 10.5in.
331.    A Cauldon blue printed fruit bowl, octagonal shape printed with chariot scenes and ancient ruins, 9in. diameter
332.    A Poole Pottery charger, Delphis range, glazed in vibrant colours, 12in. Estimate: 60-80
333.    A Doulton Lambeth miniature jug, bulbous shape glazed in blue and green, 4.25in., together with a Ridgway's Homemaker trio, etc.
334.    A quantity of cut glassware including salad bowl with servers
335.    A collection of 1920's ceramics and glass, including a graduated set of three Burleigh jugs
336.    A quantity of household china
337.    A delftware coffee pot, other ornamental china, assorted drinking glasses
338.    Seven Bossons moulded portrait wall plaques, including Indian Chief and Highway-Man and one other moulded chieftain portrait
339.    A Crown Staffordshire dinner service, 112 pieces for a twelve place setting, includes covered tureen and oval meat plate, a winter roses pattern Estimate: 50-70
340.    A Wood & Sons dinner service, twenty-three pieces including three oval serving plates and a pair of covered tureens, Soo-Chow pattern
341.    A Royal Doulton bone china dinner service, thirty-eight pieces, including pair of covered tureens and two oval serving plates, Sonnet pattern, H5012
342.    Assorted blue and white china, to include Copelands Italian pattern Estimate: 50-60
343.    A quantity of glassware, including a pair of fish shape cut glass bottles, two colour glass jug, pair of cut taper sticks, fruit bowl etc.
344.    An ornate Italian ceramic jar and cover, baluster shape brightly painted and pierced with flowers, 16in., a cream coloured earthenware vase, painted with flowers, 14in. and a Chinese prunus blossom ginger jar, 7.5in.
345.    A pair of French porcelain figures, country gentleman and female companion, other figures, seated cat, a cow, etc.
346.    Ornamental china, to include a Parian figure and a lilac glazed jug
347.    A Corona ware vase, Imari baluster jug and three other items
348.    A quantity of clear cut glass decanter stoppers
349.    Royal Albert 'Old Country Roses', four items together with a Crown Derby two-tiered comport, in original box
350.    Four items of Glynn pottery, jug, mug and two footed dishes, painted with leaves in polychrome, six items of glassware and two ribbon plates
351.    A Spode bone china dinner service, twenty-two pieces for a six place setting, Austen pattern, together with a deeply cut glass vase, decanter with stopper and other glassware
352.    An early Victorian pearlware sauce tureen, with cover, on stand, complete with ladle, printed with landscapes, each with a building, and a pair of Willow pattern sauce tureens, each with cover, on stand, one cover repaired
353.    A Minton bone china breakfast service, fifty-six pieces including oval serving plate, Broadlands pattern, apparently unused
354.    Assorted china, Old Country Roses planter, ming pattern fruit bowl, set of twelve Chokin ware plates, etc.
355.    A set of three SylvaC dogs, butterscotch glaze, moulds 2938, 2950 and 2951
356.    Three SylvaC dogs, each seated, moulds 378, 1119 and 2962
357.    Three SylvaC dogs, moulds 114, 3169 and 5027
358.    Three SylvaC dogs, including Corgi and a SylvaC elephant
359.    Manor Limited Editions Pottery Ladies, Clarice Cliff and Susie Cooper, 6in.
360.    A SylvaC jug, butterscotch glaze with squirrel handle, 8.5in.
361.    Two Beswick Siamese cats, tallest 6.5in.
362.    Ornamental china, to include a rose-printed vase, 10in., Spanish earthenware vase and cover, 13in. pair of rose-printed cups and covers, each with matching stand, etc.
363.    A Royal Albert bone china tea service, twenty-one pieces for six place setting, Chelsea Bird pattern, together with a porcelain figure group, comport and other china and glassware
364.    A Victorian Staffordshire pottery spill vase model of a ram, on mound base, 5.5in., together with a German porcelain figure of a lady seated at spinning wheel, 8in. and a Fairing entitled Twelve Months After Marriage
365.    A quantity of household china and glassware
366.    Ornamental china, including an encrusted porcelain planter, German encrusted basket, Royal Doulton jug and a west country vase
367.    A pair of late 19th century Bohemian glass decanters, engraved with grapes and vine leaves against a ruby overlaid ground, complete with stoppers, 13.75in. Estimate: 100-130
368.    A pair of German plates, each finely painted with a fish and insects within ozier border, cross swords mark in underglaze blue, 9.5in. Estimate: 60-80
369.    A French porcelain tea service, forty pieces for a twelve place setting, transfer-gilded decoration
370.    A pair of Hill Pottery Co. vases, two handled Etruscan form painted with figures against a salmon and blue ground, 10in. - some damage, together with a blue printed soup tureen with ladle, pair of matching sauce tureens, all covered, etc.
371.    A Victorian bone china dessert set, possibly Grainger & Co., consisting of comport and six plates, painted with flowers against a gilded royal blue border, pattern 2541 and a Susie Cooper coffee set, five cups, six saucers
372.    A Royal Albert tea service, Old Country Roses, twenty-two pieces for a six place setting, includes teapot with cover
373.    Six Hornsea 'Fauna Royal' pottery rabbit ornaments, tallest 7.5in.
374.    A Beswick shire horse, Beswick recumbent dog, shape 1060 and a Beswick blue-tit, shape 992
375.    A Nao owl model, two other porcelain owl models, six composition owl models, also to include a Victorian plated and engraved canteen of fish cutlery, incomplete; some damage
376.    A large ironstone breakfast service, composite, eighty-five pieces including butter dish and cover and oval serving dish
377.    A pair of late 19th century continental porcelain figural candelabra, each stem modelled with two cherubs, floral-encrusted and painted in colours, 15in. high - branches missing Estimate: 60-80
378.    A Royal Doulton figure, The Last Waltz, HN2315, a Copeland Italian pattern serving dish, pair of Lladro-style figures etc.
379.    Cut glassware, consisting of a set of six tall champagne glasses, six large Webb Corbett wines, three decanters and two other wine glasses
380.    Royal Albert 'Old Country Roses', a forty-six piece dinner and tea service, including pair of covered tureens, coffee pot and two oval serving plates Estimate: 60-80
381.    Two bone china tea services, Royal Albert 'Moss Rose', twenty-one pieces, Paragon 'Victoriana Rose', twenty-eight pieces
382.    A Royal Albert bone china tea, coffee and dinner service, Old Country Roses, 105 pieces including circular covered tureen, two teapots, coffee pot and leaf shape serving dish Estimate: 80-120
383.    A Royal Copenhagen coffee service, consisting of twelve cylindrical cups and saucers, Christmas editions, painted in underglaze blue, two further small Royal Copenhagen ornaments Estimate: 70-80
384.    A Johnson Brothers tea and dinner service, Eternal Beau pattern, a Victorian bone china part tea service and other tableware
385.    A Victorian blue and white serving plate, oval shape printed with Italian pattern, 18in., three further blue printed serving plates, pair of blue printed vases and other blue and white china Estimate: 50-70
386.    An Art Deco Shelley bone china part tea service, 'Orange Tree' pattern, nineteen pieces and one other Shelley printed tea set, twenty-five pieces
387.    A quantity of household china and glassware
388.    T. G. Green kitchen ceramics, set of three blue and white kitchen storage jars, entitled Sugar, Coffee and Tea and three graduated jugs
389.    A set of six hock glasses, various coloured bowls, cut stems and one other wine glass
390.    A large modern Delft vase, baluster shape painted in blue, 13in., a set of three spirit flasks, each in the form of a book and three other ceramic items
391.    Ten various 'witches balls', various colours, reflective glass, each with pendant hook Estimate: 60-80
392.    An early 19th century earthenware jug, bulbous octagonal shape, printed and enamelled with an Indian parade, with elephant, camel, bearded mask spout, 6in. and a Victorian jug with gadrooned rim, floral painted, 5.5in. Estimate: 50-60
393.    An earthenware honey box, possibly Bretby, glazed in blue monochrome, the cover with handles in the form of a bee, indistinct impressed mark, 5.5in.
394.    A pair of Spode's New Stone plates, printed and painted with an oriental garden pattern, 9.5in. and a pair of Spode bone china plates, each brightly painted with two birds, 8.25in.
395.    A Staffordshire teapot, on stand, probably designed by Susie Cooper, vividly painted with a geometric design, printed Tunstall mark smudged
396.    A Wedgwood royal commemorative mug designed by Richard Guyatt, 1953, design printed in pink and brown, pattern CL6487, 4in. high Estimate: 60-80
397.    A G Grainger, Worcester vase and cover, bulbous body painted with bright flowers within gilt scrolls against a claret ground, cover with gilded spire finial, printed mark, 7in. Estimate: 150-200
398.    A pair of early 19th century English porcelain Campana vases, each painted with a floral panel, 5in. high - one vase handles repaired, together with an early 19th century Staffordshire figure of a seated boy, 3.5in.- head re-attached Estimate: 100-150
399.    A Carltonware Handcraft biscuit barrel, boldly painted with a stylised leaf pattern, complete with cover and wicker swing handle, 6.5in. - faults
400.    A pair of late 19th century French porcelain figures, gentleman and female companion, she with dog beside, brightly enamelled and gilded, 7.5in. Estimate: 80-120
401.    A Meissen vase, two handled baluster shape painted with flowers, on royal blue and gilded square base, 9in. Estimate: 50-60
402.    A late 19th century French part-bisque tobacco jar, cover in the form of a seated girl with musical instruments, 8.5in. and a novelty teapot in the form of a lady carrying umbrella, 11in. Estimate: 50-60
403.    A modern Royal Dux bone china figure, young lady wearing long burgundy dress, 9.5in.
404.    A modern Royal Dux bone china figure, young female dancer wearing long celadon green dress, 10.5in.
405.    Two Beswick character jugs, Micawber, shape 310 and Scrooge, shape 312, together with a bone china figure of a lady, latter head and posy professionally re-attached
406.    A Russian porcelain figure group, gentleman and female companion embraced, 11in.
407.    A Clarice Cliff crocus planter, painted in pastel shades, 9in. long
408.    A Galle-style cameo glass vase, tall tapering form, deeply etched with flowers and leaves, mock signature, 10in. Estimate: 80-100
409.    Two Royal Copenhagen vases, each ovoid shape, one painted with a sailing vessel, 9in., the other with a dragonfly and floral sprig, 5in. Estimate: 60-80
410.    Three small Royal Doulton figures, Dinky-Do, HN2120, Ninette, HN3215 and Southern Belle, HN3174 Estimate: 60-80
411.    Six items of Poole Pottery, including three polychrome vases, tallest 9in. and a 1970's Poole vase, monogrammed JH Estimate: 100-130
412.    Two Royal Copenhagen vases, one baluster shape painted with blackberries, 7in., the other ovoid, painted with Langelinie, 7in. Estimate: 60-80
413.    Three Royal Copenhagen figures, seated boy sharpening his fishing hook, 7.5in., young nude girl seated upon a rock, 5.5in. and young boy carrying umbrella, 6in. Estimate: 100-150
414.    Six various Royal Copenhagen dishes, one modelled with a small frog, another with a fish, largest 6in.
415.    Four small Royal Copenhagen models, three birds and a frog, together with a Lladro duck group
416.    A Royal Copenhagen model of a sea-boy, seated upon turtle and two Royal Copenhagen fish models Estimate: 50-60
417.    Three small Royal Doulton figures, Bo-Peep, HN1811, River Boy, HN2128 and Picnic, HN2308 Estimate: 60-80
418.    A Royal Doulton figure, The Lobster Man, HN2317, 7in.
419.    Three Royal Doulton character jugs, large Poacher, 6429, small Macawber and miniature John Peel
420.    Three Doulton and Slaters Patent jardinieres, various floral designs, largest 10.5in. diameter Estimate: 50-80
421.    A Prinknash jug, typical black glaze, 12in.
422.    A Lladro figure group, two nuns, each wearing habit with rosary, 13in.
423.    A collection of Wade Whimsies, 38 total
424.    Wade Disney characters, including Thumper, a Wade Humpty-Dumpty and Wade Mr Toad, 7 total Estimate: 50-70
425.    A Beswick fish, mould 1032, together with two Beswick birds, 980 robin and 991 chaffinch
426.    A pair of Meissen candlesticks, each in the form of an urn on pedestal, painted with romantic scenes, on square bases, 5.5in.- one with small chips
427.    A pair of 19th century German porcelain figural candlesticks, each stem in the form of a seated female cherub, 7.75in., together with a pair of souvenir spill vases, Isle of Man
428.    A millefiore paperweight, concentric design, early 20th century 3.75in. and one other paperweight
429.    Franklin Mint - three eagle models, each on wood plinth, tallest 12.5in. - two with some damage Estimate: 50-60
430.    Franklin Mint, The Majestic Bald Eagle, First Edition, 20in., on wood plinth - minor damage
431.    Franklin Mint, two owl models, the Screech Owl, the Great Horned Owl, tallest 13in., each on wood plinths
432.    Franklin Mint, two owl models, the Spotted Owl and the Snowy Owl, latter with timepiece to rockery, together with a moulded resin owl group, four Franklin Mint penguin groups and three other items Estimate: 50-80
433.    Franklin Mint butterfly models, twenty-seven models, all brightly painted, each insect perched upon a flower, tallest 2.75in. Estimate: 60-80
434.    A Royal Doulton stoneware vase, ovoid shape glazed in pink, lilac and green, 13in.
435.    A pair of Victorian Royal Worcester figures, each in the form of a young boy, one holding wicker basket, the other a sack, date code 1876, 7in. high Estimate: 60-80
436.    A pair of Samson figure groups, Welsh Tailor and Wife, each typically riding a goat, painted marks in red enamel, 5.5in. high - wife's head re-attached; other minor damage Estimate: 50-60
437.    A pair of Dresden porcelain parrot models, each green with rust coloured beak, perched upon tree stump, 6.25in.
438.    A German porcelain figure of lady, holding a posy of flowers, floral painted dress, 8.25in. - faults
439.    An early 19th century Derby porcelain bread basket, two handled and enamelled with bright plants, 11.5in., a Victorian relief moulded jug, 7in. and a biscuit porcelain figure of a girl seated with dog, 4.75in.
440.    A Lalique finger bowl, pre-war, holly leaf pattern, moulded mark R. Lalique, 5in. diameter Estimate: 100-130
441.    A Galle vase, bulbous shape, acid etched with a flowering plant in amethyst glass against a cloud-glass ground, acid etched signature, 5.75in. Estimate: 150-200
442.    A Clarice Cliff pickle dish and cover, Fantasque series, circa 1930 and a Clarice Cliff pin tray Estimate: 100-150
443.    A Manor Limited Editions figure of Clarice Cliff, seated with pot, 7in. Estimate: 60-80
444.    A mid 19th century Staffordshire bone china dessert bowl, gilt-gadrooned border, painted with floral bouquets within scrolls against a pink diaper ground, on elaborate tripod pedestal base with claw feet, 10.5in. diameter Estimate: 80-100
445.    Twelve various Goebel ceramic animal ornaments, together with a porcelain model of a parrot, one other item
446.    An early Victorian treacle-glazed earthenware frog mug, two handled and moulded with figures, two frogs within, 5.5in.
447.    A pair of German majolica ewers, with double-scroll handles, 8.5in. - one handle repaired and a green glazed moulded ewer, 9in.
448.    An early 19th century pearl-ware mug, printed with figures at a mill in underglaze blue, circa 1830, 4in. high - minor faults
449.    A Moorcroft vase, Hibiscus, bulbous shape, painted against a cream ground, label attached beneath, 'Potter to the Queen', 5in. Estimate: 200-250
450.    Two Royal Doulton figures, Rose, HN1368 and Hazel, HN1797, latter head re-attached
451.    A Carlton ware vase, gilded with a fairyland-type design, pattern 3244, 6in.
452.    A pair of Maling pots, printed and enamelled with flowers, a Poole polychrome vase, Radford mustard pot and cover and Brannum baluster jar
453.    A green glass dump, floral design with air-tears within, bottle green glass, 3.5in., together with a Swarosvski clear glass hedgehog
454.    A Lalique-style opalescent glass fruit bowl, pressed with a floral design, etched mark to underside, Barolay, 11in. diameter
455.    A Royal Doulton Airedale Terrier, seated HN997, cracked Estimate: 150-200
456.    A Pilkington's Royal Lancastrian vase by Gordon M. Forsyth, ovoid shape, painted with four oriental children, each kneeling at different activity, all beneath a spray of leaves, in silver and crimson lustre against a two-tone powder blue and green ground, artist's monogram in silver lustre, impressed marks and date code, latter indistinct, possibly 1906, shape 2128, 7.5in. SEE ILLUSTRATION
Estimate: 600-800
457.    Six Royal Doulton dog models, including HN1074 Bulldog, one blown and twelve other ceramic dog models Estimate: 150-200
458.    Beautiful Birds Collection, a set of twelve, painted bisque, each on stained wood plinth
459.    Four 19th century German Fairings, including 'Let Us Do Business Together' and six other similar porcelain groups, some damage
460.    Five Royal Doulton Winnie The Pooh collection figures, including First Aid Friends, WP72 Estimate: 70-100
461.    A Whitefriars glass vase, ocean blue with moulded bark effect, 7.5in.
462.    An Orrefors glass vase, tapering shape engraved with a sailing boat, green glass base, No. L.1355, 10in. Estimate: 60-80
463.    An oriental sake pot, jade-green glass with cast metal mounts, 5in. high
464.    An 18th century Chinese export fruit bowl, painted with a fenced garden, prunus and chrysanthemum in underglaze blue, 11in. diameter - rivet-repaired
465.    An 18th century Chinese export jar, painted with a riverscape and pavilion in underglaze blue, 8.5in. - cracked; no cover
466.    A late 19th century Canton vase, brightly enamelled with figures and birds, 10in., a pair of similar miniature vases, 3.75in., a turquoise ground ginger jar and a glazed ceramic figure
467.    A late 19th century Chinese porcelain incense burner, hexagonal bulbous form, brightly enamelled with Hundred Antiques pattern, cover with kylin finial, on four grotesque scroll feet, 18in. Estimate: 70-100
468.    A pair of late 19th century Canton porcelain vases, baluster shape with twin handles, brightly enamelled with figures at various interior pursuits, 17in. Estimate: 300-400
469.    A Chinese porcelain moon flask, two handled and painted with opposing figure scenes against a yellow ground, character marks in underglaze blue, 10.75in. high Estimate: 180-250
470.    Three 19th century Chinese porcelain tea bowls, each with cover, set of three Chinese shallow dishes and a Chinese bowl painted with a dragon in green enamel, latter rivet repaired
471.    A Satsuma teaset, teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl, all with covers, six cups and saucers, painted and gilded with muses and satsuma mon, teapot 6.5in. Estimate: 100-150
472.    A large pair of late 19th century Imari wall plates, painted with a central kylin, peony and buddhistic lions in traditional colours, 18in. Estimate: 350-400
473.    A large late 19th century Imari porcelain wall plate, painted with wild animals and foliage within compartments in traditional colours, 18.25in. Estimate: 100-150
474.    A late 19th century Chinese porcelain jardiniere, interior enamelled with swimming fish, exterior with wild birds and chrysanthemum, bronzed borders, 14.5in. - crack Estimate: 80-120
475.    A Japanese cloisonne bowl, enamelled with dragons chasing flaming pearls against a black ground, 12in. diameter, on circular carved hardwood stand Estimate: 70-80
476.    A Chinese 'Tiger's Eye' Buddha, seated figure within flame-design surround on carved wood plinth, 7in. Estimate: 100-150
477.    Thirteen Chinese soapstone carvings, various, tallest 8in. Estimate: 80-120
478.    A Chinese wood carving, water buffalo at rest, fine carving of the hair and horns, a Chinaman on his back, 11in., on elaborately carved hardwood plinth Estimate: 150-200
479.    A late 19th century Japanese 'egg-shell' porcelain tea service, thirty-four pieces painted with figures in iron-red with gilding includes teapot, two handled sugar bowl and milk jug
480.    A small late 19th century Satsuma vase, ovoid shape painted with figures in garden settings against a gilded blue ground, 3.5in. - neck repaired
481.    A pair of carved black hardstone Buddhistic lions, 3.5in., together with a carved pale hardstone model of a stag in arched position, 11in.
482.    A 19th century Chinese small-size porcelain coffee pot, painted with foliage in underglaze blue and enamels, with cover, 4.25in.
483.    A Chinese oval rosewood plaque, inlaid with a chariot scene, 10.5in., a Japanese lacquered box, Chinese white metal box and cover and four other items
484.    A pair of Satsuma vases, ovoid shape painted with figures and riverscapes, 8in., together with a Kutani teapot, Kutani vase, Yi-Hsing redware teapot and an enamelled biscuit barrel
485.    A gold wedding ring, with five small inset diamonds, ring size P, 2.5 grams
486.    A 9ct. gold and sapphire ring, sapphire set within coronet, ring size O
487.    A pair of Russian diamond ear-studs, cased Estimate: 60-80
488.    An Edwardian 15ct. gold and amethyst brooch, large oval amethyst on scroll mount
489.    A lady's Jean Renet silver wristwatch and three other lady's wristwatches
490.    A lady's Marvin platinum and diamond cocktail watch, the shoulders and bezel set with small diamonds Estimate: 70-100
491.    A Gorham sterling hand-mirror, embossed with flowers, two silver bangles, a silver necklace and a silver link chain with silver pendant
492.    A Victorian yellow metal and seed pearl pendant, two pairs of ear-rings, 9ct. gold and gem set brooch, Art Nouveau brooch and other items Estimate: 50-60
493.    A Victorian pinchbeck, moonstone and seed pearl brooch/pendant, with filigree border and a silver dress ring, set step-cut citrine Estimate: 50-60
494.    A diamond open heart pendant, 14ct. white gold set with 22 small diamonds, on 14ct. white gold chain Estimate: 400-500
495.    A 9ct. white gold half eternity ring, set small clear and blue stones, ring size L
496.    A 1930's 9ct. white gold ring, platinum set with diamond, diamonds to each shoulder, ring size J Estimate: 60-80
497.    A late Victorian double-row cultured pearl necklace, with agate and yellow metal clasp, probably 9ct. Estimate: 150-200
498.    A black cultured pearl necklace, with 9ct. gold clasp and one other cultured pearl necklace with 9ct. gold clasp Estimate: 70-80
499.    Two white metal charm bracelets, some charms hallmarked silver Estimate: 50-60
500.    A continental silver charm bracelet, with unmarked charms and a white metal charm bracelet with unmarked charms Estimate: 50-60
501.    A quantity of costume jewellery, dress rings, ear-rings, bead necklaces, watches, etc.
502.    Two 18ct. three-stone diamond half-hoop rings and a 9ct. gold ring, set central claw set diamond Estimate: 50-60
503.    Five various 9ct. gold dress rings, all set with stones Estimate: 60-80
504.    Four various pendants, each on silver chain, set agate and quartz stones Estimate: 50-60
505.    A late 19th century yellow metal and Bohemian garnet necklace, rosette design Estimate: 100-150
506.    A gentleman's 9ct. gold hunting-cased pocket watch, enamelled dial with subsidiary seconds Estimate: 100-150
507.    A gentleman's 18ct. gold pocket watch, keyless wind with enamelled dial and subsidiary seconds Estimate: 150-200
508.    A gold and diamond ring, together with a 22ct. gold band wedding ring, 2.7 grams and two 9ct. gold rings, 4 grams Estimate: 80-120
509.    Eight various dress rings
510.    A charm bracelet, thirteen white metal/silver plated charms, including a pig and jointed teddy bear Estimate: 80-120
511.    A Victorian engraved pinchbeck cameo brooch, inset portrait bust of a bearded gentleman in profile
512.    A Victorian white metal bracelet, numerous links, PODR mark
513.    Costume jewellery, to include cornelian bead necklace, silver eagle brooch, 9ct. gold and red stone brooch and a bone bracelet Estimate: 100-150
514.    A 9ct. gold commemorative coin, William Shakespeare 400th anniversary 1964, 14.7 grams, in original case Estimate: 70-80
515.    A silver-gilt commemorative coin, Charles Dickens, 1970, 4.2oz., in original case with certificate
516.    Three 9ct. gold rings, each set with white and blue stones Estimate: 60-80
517.    A 9ct. gold and amethyst half-hoop ring, three amethysts and four small seed pearls within claw setting, ring size Q Estimate: 50-60
518.    A 9ct. gold and single stone diamond ring and four other 9ct. gold rings, each set with stones Estimate: 60-80
519.    An 18ct. gold ring, set with small diamonds and blue stones, a 9ct. gold and diamond solitaire ring, two other 9ct. gold rings and a 9ct. gold puppet charm Estimate: 70-80
520.    A gold sovereign, 1914, within 9ct. gold brooch mount, together with a modern silver ingot pendant on chain, real amber bead necklace, Maria Theresa coin etc. Estimate: 120-140
521.    A gold sovereign, 1911, within 9ct. gold pendant mount Estimate: 100-130
522.    A Cartier gentleman's Round Santos wristwatch, stainless steel with date to Roman dial, in case, complete with Cartier guarantee Estimate: 700-1000
523.    A quantity of costume jewellery
524.    Five various 9ct. gold rings, a 9ct. gold chain, 16 grams gross and three other items Estimate: 70-100
525.    A 9ct. gold and amethyst ring, single stone within claw setting, bark-effect shank, ring size N, 9.8 grams gross Estimate: 50-60
526.    A gilt-metal solitaire ring, in claw-setting, ring size L/M, together with a 9ct. white gold eternity ring, set numerous small stones, ring size M
527.    A 9ct. gold bangle, 10.2 grams and a 9ct. gold rope-twist bar brooch, 4 grams Estimate: 50-70
528.    An Edward VII gold sovereign, 1906 Estimate: 100-120
529.    Two gentleman's 9ct. gold signet rings and two 9ct. gold band wedding rings, 19.4 grams Estimate: 80-120
530.    An 18ct. white gold band wedding ring, bark effect, 6.7 grams
531.    A small assortment of costume jewellery
532.    An 18ct. white gold band wedding ring, engraved ornament, 3.9 grams, ring size O, personalised
533.    A silver pendant, 1977, 1oz., an eternity ring, cameo brooch, silver leaf brooch, pair of ear-rings and two other items
534.    An 18ct. gold signet ring, 6.4 grams, ring size U/V, personalised Estimate: 50-70
535.    A 15ct. gold charm bracelet, twenty-six charms, charms vary between 9 and 18ct., 71 grams total gross Estimate: 350-450
536.    An 18ct. gold band wedding ring, with engraved detail, ring size H, 3.7 grams Estimate: 60-80
537.    An 18ct. white gold and five stone diamond half-hoop ring, platinum claw setting, ring size K Estimate: 60-80
538.    An 18ct. gold and three stone diamond ring, interlaced design, ring size K Estimate: 50-60
539.    A Victorian stick-pin, set central pink stone, in original leather case
540.    A beetle pendant, on chain, set two pink stones and a silver pendant, set clear stone on silver chain
541.    
542.    A collection of commemorative medallions and a commemorative one penny gilt-metal stamp, cased
543.    Costume jewellery, to include a cameo brooch, jet brooch, engraved silver bangle, Blue John ring, pair of lapis lazuli ear-rings
544.    Costume jewellery, to include an alpha necklace, pair of ear-rings and bracelet, in two cases, other brooches, bead necklaces
545.    A 9ct. gold cameo bar brooch, an 18ct. diamond solitaire ring, platinum setting, an eternity ring and a continental miniature silver figure Estimate: 50-70
546.    An Austrian silver choker, engraved decoration, set central red stone
547.    A 22ct. engraved gold band wedding ring, 5 grams, two gold and diamond half-hoop rings, a.f., a quantity of costume jewellery and various coins Estimate: 100-150
548.    A 9ct. gold sovereign case, 35.5 grams gross Estimate: 200-250
549.    An 18ct. white gold four-stone diamond cluster ring, princess-cut, four small diamonds to each shoulder, diamonds approx. 1ct. total, ring size J Estimate: 400-500
550.    A 9ct. gold and cultured opal bracelet Estimate: 50-70
551.    An 18ct. white gold four stone diamond cluster ring, four small princess-cut diamonds to each shoulder, ring size N, diamonds approx. 0.25ct. total Estimate: 100-150
552.    A 9ct. gold and amethyst half-hoop ring, three cut amethysts and four small white stones within claw setting, ring size S
553.    A 14ct. gold diamond and sapphire cluster ring, central sapphire surrounded by small diamonds, three rows of small sapphires to each shoulder, ring size N Estimate: 80-100
554.    Two pairs of 9ct. gold cuff-links, one pair personalised
555.    An 18ct. gold diamond and ruby ring, three rubies, two diamonds, gypsy setting, ring size L Estimate: 120-150
556.    A Victorian yellow metal signet ring, foil back stone, ring size M
557.    A gentleman's Ebel gold and stainless steel wristwatch, with diamond points to the dial Estimate: 200-300
558.    A quantity of costume jewellery Estimate: 50-80
559.    A quantity of costume jewellery Estimate: 50-80
560.    Six various 9ct. gold dress rings
561.    Eight various 9ct. gold dress rings Estimate: 60-80
562.    A 15ct. gold bar brooch, set single aquamarine and two other bar brooches
563.    Six various 9ct. gold dress rings, an 18ct. white gold dress ring, one blue stone missing, two other rings, two engraved pendants, plated pocket watch, etc.
564.    A gold and three stone diamond half-hoop ring, a 9ct. gold ring, set three large red stones and a gold ring, claw set with seven small diamonds Estimate: 120-150
565.    A 9ct. engraved gold and cameo locket, the cameo a female portrait bust, on chain and a pair of near matching 9ct. gold and cameo ear-rings Estimate: 100-150
566.    A single stone diamond ring, approx. 1ct., brilliant cut, claw set, 18ct. gold shank, ring size N - imperfect stone
Estimate: 500-700
567.    Jewellery by Boucher, consisting of a gilt-metal leaf scroll bracelet, two gilt-metal and paste circular brooches, one with inset green stones, the other inset red stones and a pair of ear-rings Estimate: 100-150
568.    An unusual twelve strand synthetic pearl necklace, with paste clasp Estimate: 70-100
569.    An early George III silver salt, circular shape on three scroll feet, London 1764, together with a cylindrical silver mustard pot with silver server and a silver pepper pot
570.    A George III silver toddy ladle, possibly John Langlands of Newcastle, inset coin, twisted whalebone handle, bowl with faults
571.    Five cased Royal Mint silver coin sets, each case containing two silver coins, all with certificates, two further similar coins, other coins, silver thimble, etc.
572.    A set of six engraved silver coffee spoons, Birmingham 1901, in original case and a plated and engraved coffee pot
573.    A canteen of silver plated cutlery, seventy-one pieces for a six place setting
574.    An early Victorian silver suite of cutlery by Elizabeth Eaton, London 1846, forty-one pieces for an eight place setting, consisting of eight tablespoons, approximately 26oz., eight tableforks, approximately 26oz., eight dessert spoons, approximately 16oz., five dessert forks, four teaspoons, five ice spoons with gilded bowls, pair of small server spoons and a fish knife, approximately 90oz. total; fork tines considerably worn, together with a pair of silver serving knives, Sheffield 1846 Estimate: 500-700
575.    A quantity of silver plated cutlery
576.    A canteen of Viners chrome plated cutlery, six place setting
577.    Two silver server spoons, an engraved silver jam spoon with mother of pearl handle and a set of three George III silver teaspoons, London 1801
578.    An early Victorian engraved silver vinaigrette by Nathaniel Mills, complete with engraved silver-gilt pierced interior cover, London 1840 Estimate: 100-150
579.    A Georgian style silver plated teaset, oval half fluted form, teapot with hinged cover, two handled sugar bowl and milk jug, together with a King's pattern silver plated twin-lip soup ladle and a George III style silver plated tray with piecrust border Estimate: 50-70
580.    A canteen of silver plated cutlery, fifty-one pieces for a six place setting, Kings pattern, as new and five other items of silver plated ware
581.    A cased set of six Walker & Hall silver coffee spoons, Sheffield 1932, together with a small silver two handled trophy, London 1922 and two silver sugar tongs
582.    Eleven various Masonic silver medals, some silver-gilt, some enamel, five further Masonic silver adornments, eight other Masonic items Estimate: 50-60
583.    An engraved silver plated butter dish, with revolving cover, an engraved silver plated rose bowl and a hammered pewter fruit bowl
584.    A set of three silver plated candlesticks, one sconce missing, a plated shell dish, set of plated coffee spoons and a cased set of six tea knives
585.    A William IV silver desk-stand, by John, Henry and Charles Lias, rectangular shape with cast rosette and C-scroll border, fitted with original silver mounted glass inkwell, silver mounted glass pounce pot and miniature chamber stick with snuffer, London 1833; chamberstick 1837, 9.5in. wide; stand approximately 15.5oz. SEE ILLUSTRATION Estimate: 300-400
586.    A George VI silver sugar caster, on lion paws feet with lion mask knees, London 1937, approximately 6.5oz. 5.25in. Estimate: 50-60
587.    An unusual silver mounted ruby glass oil bottle, London 1898, retailer Macmichael, South Audley Street, 4in. SEE ILLUSTRATION Estimate: 70-100
588.    A pair of Edward VII silver salts, each in the form of an oyster shell, on ball toes, Birmingham 1906
589.    Two silver dishes, one circular, on scroll feet, Gold and Silversmiths Co., London, 1905, approximately 3oz., the other pierced oval shape, Birmingham 1906
590.    An Elkington's silver plated candlestick, early Georgian design, converted to electric
591.    A canteen of silver plated cutlery, seventy-six pieces, walnut case
592.    A cased pair of silver spoons, Sheffield 1919, a cased set of six silver coffee spoons, Sheffield 1919, a cased set of six silver plated fish knives and forks and two other cased sets of cutlery
593.    A late Victorian tapering etched glass claret jug, with engraved silver plated mount and handle, 11.5in.
594.    An oak and silver mounted desk stand, IV Welsh Regiment, presentation plaque and mounts hallmarked Sheffield 1909, plinth with egg-and-tongue border, 11.5in. wide - inkwells missing
595.    A pair of Art Nouveau silver vases, pierced with stylised plants, London 1907, 9in. - dents Estimate: 50-70
596.    A silver biscuit basket, with gadrooned handle and pierced detail, Sheffield 1918, a pierced silver sweetmeat dish, Birmingham 1971, a small oval silver dish, silver posy vase and a small silver jewellery box, approximately 16.5oz. total Estimate: 100-150
597.    A silver condiment set, four pieces, Birmingham 1972, in original case, one server spoon missing and a set of six silver pistol-grip tea knives, steel blades
598.    A set of six silver coffee spoons, Sheffield 1907, together with a pair of silver sugar tongs, silver server spoon, silver and mother of pearl fruit knife and two other items
599.    An assortment of silver plated ware, to include two three-piece tea sets, chamberstick, two cake baskets
600.    A late Victorian silver plated cruet set, complete with six cut glass bottles
601.    A miniature silver posy vase, Birmingham 1904, 3in., together with a silver bookmark, a silver napkin ring, white metal napkin ring and silver plated christening mug
602.    A cased set of six silver coffee spoons, Sheffield 1902 and a silver plated bread basket
603.    A suite of German flatware, fifty-nine pieces for a six place setting, stamped Jurst 60, includes pair of fish servers, carving knife and fork, serving spoon and sauce spoon, two additional items Estimate: 380-400
604.    An assortment of silver flatware, including a set of six coffee spoons and a silver bread knife, approximately 10oz. weighable Estimate: 60-80
605.    A collection of silver handled button hooks, shoe-horns and other similar items Estimate: 60-80
606.    A group of four silver decanter labels, Whisky (2), Brandy and one with vacant cartouche
607.    Attributed to Arthur Fidler - oil on board, impressionistic view of St. Ives in thick impasto, 9 x 11in.
608.    Timothy Gibbs, 1955 - sepia watercolour, entitled Chateau, label verso, 5 x 7in.
609.    W McCormaugh - watercolour, 1920, young boy with bucket, country house in middle distance, 7 x 5in. and an abstract oil on board, Carribean Market, 10 x 7in.
610.    John V. Emms - watercolour, view of the Druids Head and The Lanes, Brighton, signed, 6 x 9in. Estimate: 60-80
611.    After Alfred Vickers Snr., (1786-1868) - oil on canvas, a rural view entitled 'Cattle Watering', 9 x 15in. Estimate: 400-600
612.    SBJ - 19th century watercolour, country pathway with two figures, sheep grazing to each side, distant buildings, monogrammed, 5 x 7in. Estimate: 50-60
613.    An oil on canvas - view of Teddington Lock, 14 x 20in. and a colour print, Arncliffe Littondale, Yorkshire, limited edtion after Sam Chadwick, signed in pencil
614.    Dionne Pears - oil on canvas, The river Arun and woodland, 19 x 30in. in moulded gilt frame
615.    Two autographed Battle of Britain prints, Hurricane after Robert Taylor, autographed by Wing Commander R. R. Stanford-Tuck, Lancaster after Robert Taylor, autographed by Group Captain Leonard Cheshire, frameless
Estimate: 50-60
616.    A Battle of Britain print, entitled Spitfire, after Robert Taylor, autographed by Group Captain Sir Douglas Bader and Air Vice Marshall Johnnie Johnson, frameless Estimate: 50-60
617.    A portrait of Mickey Mouse, bearing a signature, Walt Disney, 7.5 x 5.5in.
618.    P. H. Olbrich - oil on canvas, entitled verso 'Wild Geese on The Seas', signed, 20 x 39in. Estimate: 80-100
619.    David Mead - oil on board, entitled verso 'Near Otford, Kent', signed, 20 x 24in. Estimate: 50-60
620.    A quantity of various pictures, watercolour by Lauderdale Butler, set of three hand coloured etchings, oil on canvas, horse rake, assorted prints
621.    A set of four Le Blond & Co. colour prints, each oval, within moulded gilt frames, frames 10.5in. wide
622.    A watercolour - view of an Italian coastal town, indistinctly monogrammed and titled, 6.5 x 9.5in. Estimate: 50-60
623.    A watercolour - Italianate view, indistinctly monogrammed, titled, dated '52, 9.5 x 7in. Estimate: 50-60
624.    J. Arnold - pair of oils, rural views with silver birch trees, one signed and entitled Bournemouth, 12 x 8in. Estimate: 80-120
625.    A pair of Japanese paintings on silk, birds on floral sprigs, signed, together with a pair of bevelled robing mirrors, silvered frames
626.    A watercolour - farmer and carthorse crossing a stream, 9 x 13in. Estimate: 60-80
627.    An oil on canvas - three grazing sheep, 8.5 x 11in. Estimate: 60-80
628.    I. Costello - a modern oil on canvas, Venetian canal, 20 x 30in.
629.    Charles Harvey Weigall (1794-1877) - watercolour, cockerel and a chicken, signed, 8 x 11in. oval, moulded gilt frame Estimate: 150-200
630.    Emily C Robinson - oil on canvas, still life fruit surrounding an embossed silver mug, monogrammed lower left, signed in full Mrs Emily C Robinson, Chelsea verso, 20 x 24in. Estimate: 120-180
631.    An oil on canvas - study of a kingfisher emerging from a river, surrounding woodland, 16 x 20in. SEE BACK COVER Estimate: 120-180
632.    Poynton - oil on canvas entitled 'The Bluebell Wood', 12 x 16in.
633.    B. B. Hamilton - oil on canvas, still life wallflowers strewn across a table, signed, 10 x 20in.
634.    W. Scrase - watercolour, entitled 'Sweethearts and Wives' after S. E. Waller, dated 1928, 14 x 20in., together with a postcard showing the original painting by Waller
635.    H. Perriman - pair of oils on canvas, moonlit fishing boats on high seas, 9 x 13in. Estimate: 50-60
636.    H. Williamson - watercolour, a clearing within deep woods, signed, 7 x 10in. and one other watercolour - 6.5 x 11in.
637.    J. Hall - watercolour, fishing boats on rough waters, 9.5 x 13in.
638.    Various pictures, including a watercolour, fishing village, 8 total
639.    A. Powell - watercolour, highland landscape, country path with figures, signed, 7 x 13.5in. Estimate: 80-120
640.    A. Powell - watercolour, mountainous coastline, signed, 9.5 x 13in. Estimate: 80-120
641.    An oil on canvas, view of a Scottish loch, grazing sheep to foreground, 24 x 36in.
642.    E. Horton - oil on canvas, rural views with rivers, signed, 9.5 x 13in. Estimate: 100-150
643.    Snaffles (Charles Johnson Payne) - colour print, entitled 'Tally-Ho Back', signed in pencil on mount, 14 x 19in.
644.    J. Philderson - watercolour, entitled verso 'Giza Pyramid, from Mina Village', 11 x 15in.
645.    El Fortini - oil on board, view of a Mediterranean coastline, 15 x 19in.
646.    Juliet Pannet - two portraits, each of Lt. Cmdr. (naval) Stapleton, one oil on board, the other pastel and five related portraits Estimate: 120-150
647.    F. Roberts - oil on canvas, view of a lake, dated 1922, 11 x 14in. and another signed P. Vogel
648.    A pair of oils on canvas, Mediterranean street views, 16 x 10in.
649.    Joseph Horlor (1809-87) - oil on canvas, farmer herding his cattle through a gateway, rural building middle distant, all lakeside, signed lower right, 18 x 25in. Estimate: 250-350
650.    E. Vanderman - oil on canvas, still life vase of bright flowers, 30 x 24in. Estimate: 100-150
651.    An oleograph - two seated dogs and a cat, 18 x 26in., a watercolur, Angmering Village and two other pictures, all framed
652.    An early map of Sussex, by Robt. Morden and an early road map, London to Arundel, both with hand colouring, late 17th/early 18th century Estimate: 50-70
653.    Three watercolours of Angmering and five other pictures
654.    P. J. Ashmore - watercolour, entitled verso 'Tea Clippers moored below Foo Chow', 7 x 11in. Estimate: 100-150
655.    William J. M. Clayton - oil on canvas, still life, featuring violin and bow, delft plate, glass of wine and grapes on a table, signed and dated 1973, 24 x 32in., moulded gilt frame, label verso Estimate: 150-200