Antiques, Furniture, Collectables & Household Effects Sale on
Tuesday 12th April 2016

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1.      A Scottish George III mahogany bureau bookcase, pair of thirteen-pane astragal-glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, three short drawers beneath, fall-front enclosing an arrangement of pigeonholes, drawers and central cupboard, single drawer beneath and panelled cupboard base enclosing three sliding trays, circa 1770, 3ft. 6in. £200-250
2.      An early 19th century inlaid mahogany chest, three short and three long graduated drawers, replacement turned wood knob handles, 3ft. 7in. £50-70
3.      A late 17th century Flemish walnut cupboard, with single drawer, geometrically-moulded cupboard door, 3ft. £100-150
4.      An early Victorian mahogany tall bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, cupboard base with domed panels, circa 1840, 3ft. 5in. wide £200-300
5.      A Victorian burr walnut side table, quarter-veneered top of serpentine-shape, on moulded and pierced end supports with turned and reeded stretcher, 3ft. 8in. £100-150
6.      A 19th century Belgian walnut tall bookcase, pair of glazed doors enclosing four adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base with two drawers, carved and canted corners, 3ft. 7in. wide; 7ft. 6in. high £200-300
7.      A 19th century Belgian oak side table, rectangular with shaped border, on cabriole legs with carved plumage at knees, shaped apron, 2ft. 7in. £80-120
8.      An early 20th century quarter-veneered mahogany bureau bookcase, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, fall-front concealing fitted interior, three long drawers beneath, cabriole legs, 2ft. 11in. £70-80
9.      A George III mahogany bureau, fall-front enclosing an arrangement of pigeonholes, drawers and central cupboard, unusual configuration of three graduated drawers beneath, original brass swan-neck handles, bracket feet, circa 1770, 3ft. 6in. £100-150
10.     A George III mahogany bureau, fall-front enclosing an arrangement of pigeonholes, drawers, central cupboard and recessed well, three graduated drawers beneath, original, oval pressed brass handles, bracket feet, circa 1770, 3ft. 4in. £100-150
11.     Two early 20th century brass floor lamps, one with telescopic stem, tripod bases
12.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, enclosed by single glazed door with two lower drawers, 1ft. 10in. £50-60
13.     A Victorian walnut tavern table, circular-shape with undertier, top inlaid with a mosaic of polished gemstones, 1ft. 10in.
14.     Three various brass floor lamps, one with adjustable angle-poise, as viewed
15.     A late Victorian satin-walnut chest, two short and three long drawers, embossed copper handles, 3ft. 4in.
16.     A Georgian walnut drop-leaf dining table, on cabriole legs with pad feet, 3ft. 6in. £50-70
17.     A Chinese rosewood nest of three tables, rectangular with moulded legs, 1ft. 10in.
18.     An early 20th century American mahogany dining chair, vase splat with gilded detail, upholstered seat, together with a long upholstered stool, on turned legs, also to include a pair of Strongbow mahogany magazine racks
19.     A Victorian rosewood whatnot, four graduated tiers between spiral-turned uprights, 2ft. 4in. maximum width
20.     A Victorian burr walnut stretcher table, serpentine-shaped top on spiral fluted end supports, scroll legs with casters, 3ft. 6in.
£80-120
21.     A pair of Colonial rosewood single chairs, carved scroll backs with cane seats, on sabre legs
22.     A mid 19th century rosewood occasional table, circular top with deeply-carved border and scroll frieze, on turned and carved pedestal stem and platform base, top 2ft.
£70-80
23.     A grained walnut bergere suite, three-seater settee and pair of armchairs, caned backs and sides, on claw and ball feet, loose cushions in pink brocade £150-200
24.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bureau, fitted oak interior enclosed by fall-front, three long drawers beneath, 2ft. 6in. £50-70
25.     A Victorian mahogany chiffonier, raised panel-back with over-shelf and scroll cresting, serpentine-fronted cupboard base with single drawer, ball-turned side pilasters, 2ft. 11in.
26.     An early Victorian mahogany chest, four graduated drawers, each with original turned wood knob handles, on short turned feet, with key, 3ft. 5in. - top badly stained £80-120
27.      Victorian rosewood piano stool, circular upholstered seat adjustable on boldly carved tripod base
28.     A Georgian provincial oak side table, rectangular with single frieze drawer, 2ft. 9in.
29.     A Victorian Chippendale mahogany mirror, boldly-shaped frame incised and fret-carved, bevelled mirror plate, 2ft. 5in. high - one ear-piece veneer incomplete
30.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany Sutherland table, cross-banded top above an arrangement of turned spindles and undertier, 2ft.
31.     A Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, adjustable on spiral-twist uprights, and three Regency-style mahogany dining chairs
32.     A Victorian ormolu-mounted pier cabinet, ebonised and inlaid in boxwood, pair of glazed doors enclosing lined interior with two shelves, bracket feet, 2ft. 11in. £80-120
33.     A Victorian mahogany drop-leaf dining table, on square tapering legs, 1ft. 9in. opening to 5ft. 7in.
34.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bureau, enclosed fittings above three long drawers, bracket feet, 2ft. 6in., together with a small Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, serpentine-shaped base, mirror 1ft. 3in. high - as viewed
35.     An early 20th century solid, dark oak bookcase, floor-standing, pair of leaded glazed doors enclosing four adjustable shelves, panelled cupboard base, 2ft. 10in. wide; 6ft. 3in. high - one glass pane cracked £70-100
36.     A late Victorian dark mahogany corner cabinet, floor-standing, each stage enclosed by a pair of astragal-glazed doors, blind-fret detail throughout, on carved cabriole legs, 6ft. 6in. £50-70
37.     A Victorian bow-fronted mahogany chest, two short and three long flame-veneered drawers, each cock-beaded and oak-lined, turned wood knob handles, on splay feet, 3ft. 4in. £100-150
38.     A Victorian oak partner's writing table, rectangular-shape with inset leatherette top, two pairs of opposing drawers, on turned and reeded legs with ceramic casters, circa 1870, 3ft. 11in. - some handles a.f. £200-300
39.     A Victorian mahogany card table, rectangular-shape with enclosed baize lining, concertina-type action, on turned tapering legs, 3ft. £70-80
40.     A Victorian two-tiered mahogany table, single drawer beneath undertier, 2ft., and a mahogany three-tiered occasional table with drawer, 1ft. 2in.
41.     A 19th century mahogany single chair, top rail with leaf cresting, fluted uprights with Ionic capitals, upholstered in a yellow brocade
42.     An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, two adjustable plate glass shelves enclosed by single glazed door, shallow drawer beneath, turned square tapering legs, 2ft. 9in. wide; 6ft. high £100-150
43.     A George III mahogany drop-leaf breakfast table, with opposing frieze drawers, on tapering pedestal stem and four outswept legs with brass casters, 2ft. 9in. £50-70
44.     A set of three Regency-period mahogany dining chairs, horizontal, reeded bar-backs, on moulded front sabre legs, and a near-matching single chair, all circa 1820
45.     An early 20th century bow-fronted mahogany music cabinet, pair of glazed doors enclosing lined interior with single shelf, four fall-front drawers beneath, 1ft. 9in. £50-70
46.     A small, solid dark oak coffer, panelled construction with carved strapwork to frontage, hinged plank top, 2ft. 3in. together with an engraved Benares brass table, on folding wood stand, and a brass cauldron £60-80
47.     A 19th century mahogany butler's tray, rectangular-shape on folding oak stand
48.     A good burr walnut card table, lobed, half-round form with bead border, on cabriole legs with carved acanthus leafage and four knurled feet, 3ft. £200-250
48A.    A George III oak bureau, broadly cross-banded in mahogany throughout, fall-front enclosing an arrangement of drawers and pigeonholes, four graduated drawers beneath, bracket feet, circa 1770, 3ft. 2in. £70-100
48B.    A Victorian mahogany tilt-top breakfast table, oval-top on four outswept legs with brass paw casters, top 4ft. 5in. by 3ft. 6in.
48C.    A late Victorian oak sideboard - seriously damp damaged
49.     A Victorian walnut-framed drawing room single chair, frame with incised carving, upholstered in a buttoned sea-green dralon, turned legs with casters
50.     A black-lacquered and chinoiserie display cabinet, canted form with single glazed door enclosing lined interior with two fitted shelves, 2ft. 8in.
51.     A Victorian mahogany hall chair, circular back carved with scrolls, solid seat on front turned legs, and a cast and wrought iron firescreen with inset bevelled glass panes, some panes cracked or missing
52.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany centre table, square, cross-banded top on square tapering legs with undertier, 1ft. 9in. and a similar corner-fitting elbow chair
53.     An early 20th century Maple & Co. mahogany display cabinet, serpentine-fronted with single plate glass shelf and velvet lining, enclosed by pair of glazed doors, on four cabriole legs, 4ft. 9in. £100-150
54.     An Edwardian inlaid mahogany side table, with undertier, 1ft. 9in. together with a circular beech coffee table, on ball-turned underframe, 2ft. 2in.
55.     An Empire-style gilt-finished ash dining table, large rectangular plate glass top on twin pedestal stems, each with three winged caryatids, triform bases, 7ft. 10in. x 5ft. 4in. £500-700
56.     A set of ten Empire-style gilt-finished ash dining chairs, frames carved with masks, drapes and leafage, pale gold dralon seats and backs with floral tapestry designs, on front turned and fluted legs, two chairs only available for inspection £1000-1500
57.     A set of four Empire-style gilt-finished ash armchairs, frames carved with masks, drapes and leafage, arm-supports carved in the form of caryatid-atlante, pale gold dralon upholstery with tapestry designs, one chair only available for inspection £1000-1200
58.     An Empire-style gilt-finished ash coffee table, rectangular plate glass top on four caryatid-atlante supports and platform base, 4ft. 1in. x 2ft. 4in. £200-300
59.     An Empire-style gilt-finished ash coffee table, circular plate glass top on three caryatid-atlante supports and triform base, top 2ft. 4in. £100-150
60.     Ditto lot, not available for inspection £100-150
61.     A large Empire-style gilt-finished ash three- seater settee, framed carved with a mask, drapes and leafage, arm supports caryatid-atlante form, upholstered in a pale gold dralon with tapestry designs, on front fluted legs, 6ft. 6in. wide £300-400
62.     An Empire-style gilt-finished ash day-bed, frame with large upright scroll ends, scroll-design back carved with leafage, upholstered in a green and gold floral brocade with four loose cushions, underframe carved with four scale-effect dolphins and leafage, 6ft. 4in. wide SEE FRONT COVER £350-450
63.     A solid mahogany standing corner cupboard, enclosed by two fielded panel doors, 7ft.
64.     A Victorian rosewood tripod table, barley-twist stem and carved scroll legs, replacement mahogany octagonal top 1ft. 7in.
65.     A Maple & Co. walnut serving table, with two frieze drawers, brass handles, on square tapering legs, 3ft. 9in. - label verso £70-80
66.     A mid 1950's teak cupboard designed by Robin Day for Hille of London, pair of sliding doors enclosing four sliding trays and single shelf, 3ft. - retailer's label £100-200
67.     A mid 1950's teak sideboard designed by Robin Day for Hille of London, two shallow drawers above two coloured plate glass sliding doors, 4ft. 6in. £100-200
68.     A 1950's circular teak dining table, with two extra leaves, on metal frame, and a set of eight chromium-framed dining chairs, with circular upholstered seats and backs
69.     A Victorian inlaid walnut Davenport, raised stationery fittings above inset gilt-tooled writing slope, pigeonholes enclosed, bank of four drawers to one side, turned wood knob handles, on casters, 1ft. 9in. £100-150
70.     An early 20th century mahogany display cabinet, display case enclosed by glass to all sides, cupboard base, square tapering legs, with key, 1ft. 10in.
71.     A Queen Anne-period oyster-veneered walnut chest on stand, upper stage with two short and two long drawers, stand with central drawer and two deep drawers, shaped apron, on four cabriole legs, knees carved with scrolls, circa 1710, damp-damaged throughout £200-300
72.     A primitive 18th century Windsor armchair, ash and elm with dished sycamore seat, comb-back with cut-back arm supports, front turned legs with H-stretchers, circa 1770 £150-200
73.     A rare George III mahogany tilt-top table, rectangular cross-banded top with inset half-veneered walnut panel, cylindrical fluted column, rare six-legged base, circa 1770, top 1ft. 9in. x 1ft. 4in. - one leg repaired SEE ILLUSTRATION £400-600
74.     A George III mahogany tripod table, circular top tilting upon turned stem with carved helical bead, top 2ft. 7in. £100-150
75.     A 17th century oak six-plank coffer, with iron strap hinges, 4ft. 2in. wide, lock and lock-plate replaced £100-150
76.     A 17th century oak chest, two short and three long graduated drawers, each with geometric mouldings, features include inlaid frieze, canted corners and bracket feet, 3ft. 6in. - brass handles replaced £250-350
77.     An early Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long flame-veneered drawers, ash-lined with replacement pressed brass handles, ogee bracket feet, 3ft. 10in. - faults £80-120
78.     A Victorian mahogany tripod table, oval top with shell inlay, on spiral twist stem, top 2ft. 2in. - hinge mechanism detached,, together with a late Victorian beech towel rail
79.     A Victorian Arts & Crafts solid walnut library desk, unusual form consisting of open shelf and two drawers raised above hinged writing slope, shaped and panelled end supports, 3ft. 6in. wide; 5ft. 1in. high £150-200
80.     An early 18th century oak dowry chest, fielded panel construction with hinged three-plank top, four drawers and central cupboard beneath, circa 1720, 4ft. 9in. wide £200-250
81.     A Chippendale-style mahogany tripod table, circular flame-figured top with pie-crust border, on fluted stem, legs carved with acanthus foliage and claw and ball feet, top 2ft. 9in. - birdcage damaged and incomplete £80-120
82.     An early 19th century fruitwood elbow chair, slatted back and rush seat, underframe with turned front stretcher
83.     A small, late 17th century oak coffer, panelled construction with twin-plank top, frieze carved with leaf-scrolls, enclosed candle-tray within, 2ft. 10in. £100-150
84.     An early 19th century mahogany breakfast table, oval, cross-banded top tilting upon columnar stem and pirouette legs with brass casters, top 4ft. 6in. £80-100
85.     A 17th century oak coffer, panelled construction throughout, original sheet-iron lock-plate, 3ft. £200-250
86.     A 19th century elm cellarette, rectangular brass cistern enclosed, arrangement of five short drawers, side carrying grips, on stand, 2ft. 5in. - cover lacking; damp-damaged
87.     An early 18th century walnut dining chair, vase splat with unusual pierced shield, drop-in needlework seat, on four cabriole legs, circa 1730, seat rail mouldings renewed
88.     A George III mahogany D-end dining table, with two leaves, each with unusual lobed end, on square tapering legs with brass cup casters, circa 1780, circular top 3ft. 7in. opening to 6ft. 5in. - damp-damaged throughout £50-100
89.     An early 19th century mahogany rope-twist dining chair, a Victorian carved walnut drawing room single chair and an Edwardian inlaid mahogany corner-fitting elbow chair, as viewed
90.     A late Georgian oak corner cupboard, pair of panelled doors with mahogany cross banding enclosing painted interior with two fitted shelves, 3ft. 2in. wide
91.     A 19th century rosewood and marquetry overmantel, rectangular-shape with applied split columns, capitals with gilding, 3ft. £50-70
92.     An early Victorian mahogany nursing chair, with carved leaf-scroll back, turned legs on casters, together with a pair of Sheraton-style inlaid mahogany dining chairs
93.     A set of six early 19th century-style Windsor bow-back elbow chairs, ash with elm seats, turned underframes with cowhorn stretchers £200-300
94.     Two period-style brass chandeliers, one with eight electric sconces, the other with six electric sconces, together with a Victorian-style copper warming pan
95.     A Victorian upholstered nursing chair, ebonised frame on turned legs with casters
96.     An early Victorian mahogany chest, two short and three long drawers, each oak-lined with replacement brass handles, fluted quarter columns, ogee bracket feet, 4ft. £120-180
97.     An Edwardian Maple & Co. inlaid mahogany dressing table, large mirror adjustable above three short drawers, kneehole arrangement of five drawers beneath, cast brass handles, on casters, 4ft. £100-150
98.     An early Victorian mahogany toilet mirror, oval plate adjustable on scroll supports, shaped plinth with hinged recess, 1ft. 10in. wide
99.     An early 20th century inlaid mahogany magazine rack, graduated tiers and shelves beneath, 1ft. 3in. £
100.    A late 19th century painted wood trunk, with iron side carrying handles, 2ft. 11in.
101.    A mid-18th century Welsh oak court cupboard (cwpwrdd deudarn), 1739, fielded panel construction, upper stage with two doors enclosing single shelf, lower stage with enclosed single shelf, original wrought iron butterfly hinges, original secondary timbers throughout, frieze with sunken carved date, 4ft. 10in. wide; 5ft. 5in. high SEE ILLUSTRATION £700-1000
102.    An early 20th century mahogany bureau, flame-veneered fall-front enclosing pigeon holes, two long drawers beneath, cast brass handles, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 2ft. 6in.
103.    An early 20th century mahogany music chest, six fall-front drawers with brass swan-neck handles, on cabriole legs, 1ft. 9in. £50-60
104.    A 1920's solid, dark oak tall bookcase, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing four adjustable shelves, Jacobean-style cupboard base with inset walnut panels, 4ft. 2in. wide; 6ft. 10in. high £150-250
105.    A George III 8-day longcase clock, 14in. square enamelled dial signed Sam Harwood, Northwich, with subsidiary seconds and date aperture, oak case with inlaid conch shells and mahogany cross-banding, hood with swan-neck cresting, with pendulum, weights, winding crank and trunk door key, 7ft. 4in. £250-350
106.    An early 19th century Scottish mahogany longcase clock, circular enamelled dial signed Mitchell & Russell, Glasgow, subsidiary seconds and date dials, 8-day movement striking on a bell, case frontage with flame veneers, 1803-1841, with key, pendulum and weights, 6ft. 6in. high - faults £500-700
107.    An early 19th century mahogany 8-day longcase clock, painted arched dial signed Lockwood, subsidiary date and seconds dials, broad, flame-veneered case with quarter columns, hood with swan-neck pediment and brass finials, with pendulum and weights, 7ft. 8in. £280-350
108.    A George III oak 8-day longcase clock, painted arched dial with moonphases, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, case with inlaid paterae, hood with fluted columns and swan-neck pediment, with pendulum, a.f., and weights, 7ft. 4in. £380-450
109.    A waxed pine bedroom chest, two short and five long drawers, turned wood knob handles, 3ft. 2in.
110.    A 1960's Italian designer breakfast set, tubular chrome, circular table with grained burr-wood finish elaborately gilded and banded, indistinctly signed Ssygge in gilt, table-top 3ft. 11in., set of four chairs with upholstered seats and backs £60-80
111.    A solid, dark oak bookcase, four fitted shelves enclosed by a pair of leaded glazed doors, 3ft.
112.    A 1950's walnut veneered display cabinet, near-convex shape with mirrored interior and two plate glass shelves, enclosed by two doors, on cabriole legs, 3ft. 6in.
113.    A Chinese carved hardwood blanket chest, panelled construction, on cabriole feet, 3ft. 6in. £50-70
114.    A mahogany stool, with needlework seat, tapering fluted legs, and a rectangular coffee table with inset gilt-tooled leather top
115.    A matched oak dining room set, draw-leaf dining table, five chairs and a sideboard, 4ft. - as viewed
116.    A 1930's dark oak bookcase, angular-shape with three adjustable shelves enclosed by leaded glazed door, 3ft.
117.    A Sony Bravia television, KDL-26S5500, 26in. flatscreen with remote control
118.    A 1920's lime-tinted frameless mirror, oak-framed oval mirror, oak telephone table with padded seat, elm-finished nest of three tables, string-seated stool and an oak aneroid barometer
119.    Small furnishings, two carved pine spinning chairs, drop-leaf occasional table and an upholstered stool
120.    A late Victorian dark-stained pine open bookcase, three adjustable shelves, 3ft. 10in. wide
121.    An early 20th century solid, dark oak coffer, panelled construction with hinged plank top, 3ft. 6in.
122.    A Victorian oak tripod table, circular top on turned stem, unusual on castors, top 2ft.
123.    A mahogany nest of two tables, small panelled mahogany corner cupboard and a painted rosewood occasional table, as viewed
124.    Seven small furnishings, long leather-mounted stool, oak single chair, circular oak coffee table, two upholstered stools, folding card table and floor-lamp, as viewed
125.    Eight small furnishings, rus-seated nursing chair, two towel rails, oak open bookcase, oak side table, two other small tables and a tripod wine table, as viewed
126.    A Victorian stained pine cupboard, two drawers with turned wood knob handles above panelled doors, 3ft. 3in.
127.    A small reproduction yew-veneered breakfast set, table with concealed extra leaf, 3ft. 6in. and a set of four chairs with upholstered seats - clean
128.    A Chubb Cabinet safe, painted cast iron with three enclosed adjustable shelves, circa 1920, with key, 3ft. high; 1ft. 10in. wide £50-80
129.    A mahogany cheval mirror, on casters, 5ft. 4in.
130.    A Chubb combination-lock safe, 1ft. 10in. high; 1ft. 4in. wide - combination known
131.    A Milners Patent Improved Fire-Resisting safe, decoratively painted, predominantly in claret and black, with key, 2ft. 2in. high; 1ft. 8in. wide £60-80
132.    A Samsung plasma television, PE43H4500, 43in. flatscreen, previously wall-mounted, table-top stand provided, with remote control £60-80
133.    A 1930's walnut veneered bedroom pair, chest of five drawers, 2ft. 6in., kneehole dressing table, 3ft. 5in., simulated ivory handles
134.    An early 20th century mahogany music cabinet, pair of panelled doors enclosing two adjustable shelves, Greek-key frieze, on cabriole legs, 2ft.
135.    A reproduction mahogany chest, serpentine-fronted with brushing slide, 2ft. 5in.
136.    Two imported hardwood side cabinets, each consisting of single door with cast metal panel, drawer-arrangements vary, 2ft. and 1ft. 6in.
137.    A mahogany display cabinet, pair of glazed doors enclosing two adjustable shelves, 3ft.
138.    A medium oak coffer, panelled construction with hinged, boarded top, 3ft. 8in.
139.    An early 20th century doctor's examination couch, upholstered top with hinged back-support, oak frame with two fitted drawers, on turned, tapering legs with casters, 5ft. 10in. long - vinyl upholstery worn; one caster detached £100-150
140.    A Panasonic Viera television, model TX-L32C3B, 32in. flatscreen with remote control £50-60
141.    A pair of modern teak-finished open bookcases, each with two adjustable shelves, 2ft. 11in. - clean
142.    A pair of teak-finished open bookcases, each with two adjustable shelves, 1ft. 1in. - clean; matching preceding lot
143.    A group of chrome-framed furnishings, pair of circular tables, square coffee table, double-size bedhead, rectangular two-tiered table, circular table and floor-lamp (7)
144.    A waxed pine wardrobe, enclosed by a pair of full-length panel doors, 2ft. 7in.
145.    A good quality modern, solid, light oak dining set, table with plank top and cleated ends, concealed extra leaf, 7ft. 1in. opening to 8ft. 9in., and a set of eight matching ladder-back chairs with solid seats, clean £200-300
146.    A solid, medium oak combination work box-bench, with hinged seat and panelled front, 2ft. 2in., together with a 19th century oak dining chair with carved detail, and a reproduction mahogany Canterbury
147.    A dark oak nest of three tables, on baluster-turned legs, 1ft. 7in., and one other nest of metal framed tables
148.    A dark oak wardrobe, semi-fitted interior enclosed by a pair of full-length panelled doors, 2ft. 11in.
149.    An oak draw-leaf dining table, on turned legs with cross stretchers, 3ft., and a set of five oak dining chairs with drop-in seats, including carver
150.    A George III mahogany tea table, hinged rectangular top above inlaid frieze, square tapering legs, circa 1780, 3ft. 2in. - damp-damaged £50-70
151.    A 1930's dark oak display cabinet, frieze with drawer, pair of glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, 3ft.
152.    Three various oak occasional tables, and two mahogany occasional tables
153.    A period-style longcase clock, with arched brass dial, chiming movement, case with swan-neck pediment and glazed trunk door, with pendulum and three weights, 6ft. 10in. £50-60
154.    An Ethan Allen mahogany drop-leaf coffee table, on cabriole legs, 3ft. 2in. extended
155.    A set of eight oak dining chairs, with upholstered seats and backs, including pair of carvers, and an oval dark oak dining table with concealed extra leaf, as viewed
156.    A dark oak gateleg table, on baluster-turned underframe, 2ft. 8in.
157.    A solid, dark oak bureau, with three long drawers, 2ft. 5in. - fall-front split, together with an oak-veneered panelled coffer and a long walnut coffee table, with plate glass top and caned undertier
158.    A Panasonic Viera television, model EX-L37E5B, 37in. flatscreen with remote control £70-80
159.    A reproduction mahogany corner cabinet, floor-standing, single astragal-glazed door enclosing two shelves, panelled cupboard base, 5ft. 11in.
160.    A Chippendale-style mahogany tall bookcase, pair of astragal-glazed doors enclosing two adjustable plate glass shelves, panelled cupboard base with two drawers, bracket feet, 3ft. wide
161.    A modern, waxed pine open bookcase, floor-standing, four adjustable shelves, 3ft. 2in. wide
162.    A large, arched mahogany mirror unit, composed of sixteen bevelled mirror plates, 5ft. 7in. high
163.    A large Ikea coffee table, square-shape, dark oak with undertier, 3ft.
164.    A Jaycee dark oak linenfold display cabinet, carved lunette frieze above pair of leaded, glazed doors, two adjustable shelves enclosed, panelled cupboard base, 3ft. 3in.
165.    A solid, light oak nest of three tables, 2ft. 8in., and a similar dark oak nest of three tables
166.    A solid, medium oak drop-leaf coffee table, with revolving top, 1ft. 6in., together with a solid oak stool/coffee table
167.    A reproduction mahogany hall table, serpentine-shaped with single drawer, on turned legs, 2ft. 8in., together with a beech three-tiered cake-stand and a dark bamboo-effect two-tiered occasional table with engraved brass top
168.    A Jaycee dark oak Welsh dresser, canopy plate rack with two fitted shelves and four hooks, panelled cupboard base with two gouged drawers, 4ft.
169.    A Jaycee dark oak open bookcase, three adjustable shelves, carved lunette frieze, 3ft. 3in.
170.    A Jaycee dark oak linenfold bureau, panelled fall-front enclosing fittings, four long drawers beneath, 2ft. 6in.
171.    A dark oak gateleg table, on baluster-turned underframe, 2ft. 11in., and a set of six dark beech wheel-back dining chairs, including two carvers
172.    A dark oak open bookcase, two adjustable shelves, carved frieze, 3ft. 1in., together with a tall, narrow open bookcase with cupboard base, 1ft. 9in.
173.    An Axminster wool rug, rectangular-shape, middle-eastern design with multi-coloured foliage against a crimson field, blue borders, 9ft. x 6ft. 3in. £50-70
174.    A Chinese circular wool rug, floral patterns against a silver-blue field, 6ft. 8in.
175.    An Eastern wool rug, geometric designs predominantly in red, black and cream, 6ft. 8in. £80-120
176.    An Iranian wool rug, and two other Eastern wool rugs, bright floral patterns, generally 4ft. x 3ft.
177.    Two Eastern wool rugs, bright geometric designs, generally 5ft. x 3ft. 6in.
178.    An Afghan wool rug, coloured geometric designs against a pale field, 5ft. x 3ft. 1in., an Eastern wool prayer mat and two modern wool rugs
179.    A fine Kashan figural rug, central Persia, Shah of Iran, Ahmad Quajar in full state dress, on horseback, field with background dwellings and coloured plants, provenance: Estate of Sir Alec Seath Kirkbride, 6ft. 6in. x 4ft. 6in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £2500-3500
180.    A Chinese thick-pile wool carpet, rectangular with dragon design against a celadon field, 9ft. x 6ft.
181.    A Chinese wool rug, dragon design against a celadon field, 5ft. 2in. x 3ft.
182.    A Middle-Eastern Tekke wool rug, medallions against a faded claret ground, 6ft. 6in. x 4ft. 6in.
183.    A marquetry picture, fishing village with docked boats, signed, inscribed verso, 14 x 12in. and six other framed pictures, together with an alabaster table lamp with carved swan handles, with shade
184.    A Victorian rosewood writing box, with enclosed slope and fittings, 16in. - top split, together with a set of four small coasters, silver plate on copper, and a silver plated wine cooler
185.    Three ancient Egyptian Ushabti, tallest 2.75in. £60-80
186.    WITHDRAWN An Hermes, Paris green leather hand-bag, soft leather with mounted designer monogram £50-70
187.    Household ornaments, to include two pairs of ivory salad servers, car badges, revolving globe
188.    A quantity of framed prints, named Kent views and named Paris squares, maps, etc.
189.    A set of eight seagull prints, named varieties, hand-coloured, and other bird prints, all framed
190.    An unusual three-sand glass timer, turned mahogany with inset monogram plaques, durations of 3, 4, and 5 minutes, 5.5in., two hexagonal enamel signs, Thames Conservancy, circular oak and lead, a Napoleon plaque and a dark oak lecturn containing miniature bible, 6in.
191.    A Columbia portable gramophone, small collection of 78 rpm records, royal commemorative publications, etc.
192.    Various carved wood bottle-stops, costume jewellery including marcasite necklace, group of ebony elephants, miscellaneous table linen, etc.
193.    A carved briar smoker's pipe, bowl in the form of Philippe VIII, together with a George II book, Nature Display'd, with folding copper plates, pub. London 1736, re-bound, three other small books and three oil paintings
194.    A cased silver napkin ring, cased meerschaum pipe, yellow metal monocle, simulated bone netsuke and two other items
195.    An Ekco radio receiver, type A.D.75, pre-war, in cylindrical brown bakelite case, 14in. £100-150
196.    A 19th century Swiss cylinder musical box, single-piece comb playing eight tunes according to attached tune-sheet, integral winder, rosewood case with hinged marquetry top, cylinder 11in. £200-300
197.    A Victorian parquetry tea caddy, with two enclosed canisters, 9in. together with an early Victorian relief-moulded stoneware jug, 8in.
198.    A Victorian burr walnut jewellery casket, with engraved brass mounts, 11in. and a rosewood writing box with enclosed slope, 12in.
199.    An early Victorian burr yew box, 5in., early Victorian bone china cottage pastille burner, carved stone ox and other collectables, contained within oak box
200.    A Victorian-style miniature cast iron bench, with slatted wood seat, 16in.
201.    An Harrod's gilt metal seven-sconce chandelier, 2ft. 4in. diameter, and a cut glass ceiling-pendant light shade
202.    WWI relics, including horn-handled dagger with a 4in. Solingen blade
203.    Style of L. S. Lowry - modern oil on board, girl walking dog, initialled LSL with mock date, 1961, 5 x 4in. £100-150
204.    Style of L. S. Lowry - modern oil on board, long-legged walking girl, bearing mock signature and date, 1968, 9 x 6in. £100-150
205.    A pair of Eastern bronzes, each a male labourer, signed M G Mya, Mandalay, on wood plinths, 8in. £100-150
206.    Miscellaneous boxes, coin collection cases, etc.
207.    A 1960's green plastic telephone hand-set, RAF suction indicator, Shove Ha'penny board and an Antler lap-top computer case
208.    A pair of late Georgian brass candlesticks, 6in., Victorian brass saucepan, lignum vitae truncheon, Thai wood-carving, etc.
209.    A Victorian miniature chest, dark-stained pine, two short and three long drawers, each with original pressed glass handles, 15in. wide
210.    A pair of late 19th century patinated spelter statuettes, after George Maxim, 21in., and a pair of spelter Marley horses - as viewed
211.    A 19th century French bronze figural lamp stem, female urn carrier wearing loose-fitting robe, unsigned, 21in. £150-200
212.    After Eug. Marioton (1854-1933) - bronze sculpture, pensive seated female, long, loose-fitting dress and reverse detailing plaited hair, script signature and inscribed Salon des Beaux Arts, 1887, on square veined rouge marble plinth with canted corners, 22in. high £300-500
213.    Two pen-drawn cartoons, artists Stan Terry, Jack Dunkley, one framed, 12 x 10in.
214.    Royal commemorative ales, six various bottles
215.    A ceiling-pendant brass light fitting, with opaque glass shade, converted to electric
216.    An early Victorian Tunbridge ware box, top inset with a micro-mosaic of ancient ruins, broad floral borders, 9in. together with a Victorian portrait miniature on ivory, young female, ivory cracked and an olive-wood folding photograph frame £60-80
217.    An early Victorian Tunbridge ware box, top inset with a micro-mosaic stately home, broad micro-mosaic borders, 10.5in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £150-200
218.    A bronze and cast iron cannon model, bronze barrel 10in.; 16in. overall
219.    An Austrian bronze model of a dog, standing four-square and chained to a road-sign, "Parlez au ...." on oval plinth, unsigned, 5.5in. wide £300-400
220.    A 19th century French bronze animalier, barking retriever on rectangular plinth, unsigned, 7in. wide £300-400
221.    A sepia etching - Old Shoreham Bridge, 8.5 x 11.5in., and a frameless aquatint, Shoreham, Sussex, mounted,
222.    Victorian and later copper and brassware, including pierced trivet and helmet-shaped coal scuttle
223.    Two carved yew candle stands, mahogany spice rack, cart model and a tapering oak storage jar with cover
224.    Two aneroid wheel barometers, and other household ornaments and four framed pictures
225.    Two bottles of brandy, a collection of alcoholic miniatures and a Schweppes Soda Water siphon
226.    A thimble collection
227.    Various household table lamps, with shades
228.    A quantity of decorative, framed pictures, and three framed mirrors
229.    Victorian pan scales, maker Banfield, Brighton, brass on mahogany plinth and thirteen graduated weights
230.    A brass engineering rule, and three sets of draughtsman's instruments, all cased
231.    Eight various Victorian and later treen boxes, including boxwood and cherry
232.    A Victorian walnut stationery box, wedge-shape with single drawer, 12in. wide, and a Negretti & Zambra aneroid barometer, in carved oak case
233.    A Victorian dark-stained wood writing box, folding, leather-lined interior with twin ink-wells and accessories, Bramah lock, 15in. £50-60
234.    A French horn, Josef Lidl for Boosey & Hawkes, in fitted case £100-150
235.    A witch's ball, deep blue, 8in. diameter
236.    A Victorian ivory pounce pot, 3.5in., Victorian ivory pin holder, smaller ivory pot and two carved mineral seated monkeys. Export arrangements limited. Buyer beware. £50-70
237.    A Victorian miniature ivory thermometer, with engraved register plate, yellow metal mounts, 3in. £80-100
238.    A modern oil on canvas, city street scene, moulded gilt frame and six other pictures
239.    A group of thirteen 19th century line-engravings, topographical named views including Ragland (sic) Castle, Monmouthshire, all hand-coloured
240.    A vintage Everest Maximar adding machine, enamelled metal finish, 12in. wide, together with a boxed slide-rule, Truvox tape cassette recorder and a pair of folding chrome opera glasses
241.    An Edward VII leather vanity case, contents include three silver-mounted glass bottles, London 1908, together with a smaller vanity case with contents
242.    A group of eight golfing prints from Punch, with coloured detail, and two related sporting prints, mounted, frameless
243.    A viola, style of Guarneri Del Gesu by Eric Hooker, 1978, in wood case £50-70
244.    An oak cutlery canteen, containing a small amount of silver plated cutlery, and an assortment of small framed pictures
245.    A solid, medium oak strong-box, with brass carrying handles and key, 19in. containing a collection of First Day Covers
246.    Various graduated bronze weights, assorted costume jewellery and two ladys' wristwatches, leather purse, china and glassware, etc.
247.    A pair of tribal, carved wood masks, 20in., other tribal wood-carvings, ornamental engraved brass kettle on stand, etc.
248.    A Victorian walnut box, 13.5in. and five other various boxes
249.    A Boosey & Hawkes clarinet, Regent, complete in original fitted case £50-60
250.    An hunting knife, 7.5in. curved, single-edged blade signed I. Boland, Liege, antler grip, within nickel-mounted leather sheath. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware.
251.    A Pecuna bakelite pre-decimal coin tray, and a Salter Silver and Copper Checker, No. 53
252.    A Zulu hardwood knob kerrie, 29in.
253.    Four SLR cameras, including Zenit and Pentagon, together with a Columbia Grafonola portable gramophone and binoculars £50-70
254.    A Victorian coromandel vanity case, interior containing an arrangement of cut glass bottles with silver plated stoppers, jewellery drawer with writing slide spring-loaded beneath, 12in. £120-150
255.    A 19th century rosewood walking stick, handle inlaid with engraved yellow metal, and three walking canes £80-100
256.    A 17th century-style sword, 33in. double-edged blade, in scabbard. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware. £50-70
257.    A naval officer's sword, 31in. straight, single-edged blade, within brass-mounted leather scabbard. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware. £50-70
258.    Two French WWI bayonets, each within metal sheath. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware £60-80
259.    A French short-sword, 19in. straight double-edged blade, cast brass grip, within brass-mounted scabbard. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware. £60-80
260.    A WWII mine detector, ZA24871
261.    A Victorian brass-mounted rosewood box, with brass flush-fitting side handles, 11.5in., and an Eastern carved wood box, as viewed , together with a board-game, Totalisator, in box
262.    An Original model 2 air pistol, and two replica hand fire-arms. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware.
263.    Militaria, spent bullets, various ribbon honours, bugle dated 1943, photographic roll-calls, etc.
264.    Three various WWI bayonets Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware. £70-80
265.    Three various WWI bayonets, each within metal sheath. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware. £100-130
266.    Assorted collectables, boxed Parker ball-point pen, pen knives, etc., contained within Victorian leather writing box - as viewed
267.    A 19th century carved and engraved bone pipe tamper, also to include a miniature portrait bust, bearded officer, behind glass, 1.5in. £50-70
268.    A dagger, with antler-effect grip, in leather sheath, a Jolly dagger with serated blade, within sheath, and a multi-purpose folding knife with numerous blades, within sheath. Shipping arrangements limited. Buyer beware
269.    A collection of tins, largely mid 20th century, advertising decals
270.    A large West Indian carved tree-trunk, portrait bust of a bearded male native smoking pipe, 31in. high £100-150
271.    An early wrought iron breech-loading swivel gun, Portuguese, circa 1400, tapered bore from 1.5in. to 4.5in., wrought iron with applied twisted hoops, 37in. long - relic condition, mounted on wood display plinth
Footnote: recovered from the sea-bed off Seaford, Sussex, 1970; conserved for five years and subsequently stabilised in Portsmouth. Previously exhibited at The Mary Rose Museum. SEE ILLUSTRATION £500-700
272.    A large Italian walnut tray, souvenir of San Remo, rectangular-shape with hinged handles, inlaid with four birds in flight and sprig of flowers, 32 x 20in. £80-100
273.    Vanity Fair prints, figural subjects include Polo, legal, statesmen, sportsmen, approx. 100 total £120-150
274.    A late Victorian cast iron oil lamp, with cranberry glass reservoir, large bronze mortar, 8in. diameter, two bronzed metal racehorses with jockeys, a brass cartridge and a rosewood walking cane
275.    A large collection of Elvis Presley LP records, and others including Drifters, Showaddywaddy, Grease
276.    An early Victorian Tunbridge ware stamp case, pair of brass and copper candlesticks, lacquered cantilever jewellery casket, etc.
277.    A small, 19th century percussion pistol, with engraved lock and walnut stock, 7in., together with a pair of Soutterware brass candlesticks, with engine-turned borders, 5.25in.

278.    A group of six large framed posters
279.    An assortment of silver plated cutlery, Daily Telegraph Titanic, 1912 re-print, etc.
280.    A WWI military theodolite, 1915, by E. R. Watts & Son, No. 317, in original fitted mahogany case with leather shoulder strap £150-200
281.    A large monochrome print, dancing girls entitled Spring, and four other prints, all framed
282.    Two ladys' evening cases, lady's Aviation wristwatch in original box with 1956 guarantee, engraved muscial compact, one other compact, two brooches, cream scarf and one other item
283.    A 19th century Swiss carved wood cigar box, top hinged with front enclosing space for cigar trays, exterior carved with pipes and leafage in bold relief, with key, 15.75in. wide £70-80
284.    A 19th century Swiss carved pine plaque, kitchen interior entitled Mont Pilate, 5.5 x 7.5in., together with a Swiss carved wood wall rack, from Meringen, a Swiss crystal ornament, carved bone rattle and three Swiss wood walking sticks
285.    An unusual carved alabaster bird fountain, three graduated tiers, each mounted with birds, 28in.
286.    A Victorian walnut writing box, with brass inlay, enclosed slope and fittings, 14in. wide - faults
287.    A set of four French mid-18th century monochrome engravings, Vue du Rhin, Hogarth frames, 12 x 13in.
288.    A miner's lamp, assorted brassware including pair of lamps, framed pictures, two Roberts portable radios, etc.
289.    Fishing equipment, rod and various spinning reels, Allcock Aerialite reel
290.    An Armand Marseille bisque doll, mould 390n, jointed composition body, 23in.
291.    Corgi Toys, 98142 Mini Cooper, white roof personally autographed by John Cooper, in original window box, excellent £50-70
292.    Hichliffe Models lead soldiers, various types, some boxed, some hand-painted
293.    Hornby Series, pre-war gauge O rolling stock, Pullman coaches Zenobia and Iolanthe, Trolley Wagon with two cable drums, latter in original red box, coaches poor-fair; Trolley Wagon good £70-80
294.    A small collection of modern die-cast model vehicles, good and boxed, and a cased pair of Prinz binoculars
295.    A 1950's toy pedal tipper-truck "Dumpy", galvanised steel finished in lime-green, features include operating steering and tipping, solid rubber tyres, 2ft. 8in. long £100-150
296.    A 1950's toy pedal locomotive, painted wood finished in blue with red lining, features include red steering wheel and buffers, black smoke-box, 3ft. 8in. long - condition good restored SEE ILLUSTRATION £200-300
297.    A Kammer & Reinhardt boy doll, mould 100, solid dome bisque head with painted intaglio eyes and open-closed mouth, bent-limb composition body, 13.5in. SEE ILLUSTRATION £100-150
298.    Corgi Toys, 58007 Newspaper Taxi, 82205 Cooper, and others, all good and boxed, also to include a small variety of soft toys
299.    A quantity of die-cast toy vehicles, good and boxed
300.    A model Tudor-style town house, steeply-pitched slate roof and five electrically-illuminating rooms, complete with numerous household furnishings and ornaments, 21in. high
£50-60
301.    A collection of die-cast model vehicles, largely Lledo, many good and boxed
302.    A painted metal model of Flying Scotsman, with 8-wheeled tender, 25in., an Hornby M-series gauge O train set, in remains of original box and an assortment of metalware
303.    A pair of WWI medals, to 15841 Pte. R. N. Crawford, L'pool regt., group of three medal miniatures, related Soldiers Small Book and four badges
304.    A group of three WWI medals, to P-30A. Sjt. A. W. Yates, MMP and related items including Hussars £100-200
305.    A collection of GB and foreign coins
306.    A Ten Shillings banknote, and a collection of copper and silver coins
307.    A collection of coins, many in presentation packs, also to include boxed royal commemorative coins and Waterloo
308.    A quantity of vintage coins, contained within packets, frames and loose
309.    A collection of GB and foreign coins and banknotes
310.    A collection of coins and banknotes, includes commemorative crowns
311.    A WWI medal, to 8385 Pte. B. S. Howell, Leic. R., and Police decorations including two medals to Chief Superintendent Howell, etc.
312.    A collection of 54 binder albums, for stamps, First Day Covers and presentation packs
313.    A collection of stamps and Cigarette Pictures
314.    Theatre Royal, Brighton, 25 performance posters, 1923-59
315.    A large collection of postcards and cigarette cards, albums and loose
316.    A collection of world stamps, including Victorian GB, contained within three albums and other stamps, loose
317.    The World Cup Masterfile stamp collection, Mexico 1986, contained within four albums, together with another, The World Cup stamp collection, Italy 1990, contained within three albums, and related memorabilia
318.    An autographed limited edition Battle of Britain print, principal signature the legendary aviator Eric Brown, (recently deceased) also John 'Catseye' Cunningham, Pat Fillingham, Ivor Broom and Paddy Duffill, print entitled Mosquito after Frank Wootton, signed by the artist, all signatures in pencil on mount, framed and one other signed Battle of Britain print, Ivan Berryman £100-150
319.    Boy's Cinema Annual, 1939, Marilyn Monroe calendar, 1987, and an assortment of ephemera
320.    Charles Dickens - set of twenty novels, pub. 1902, cloth and gilt, together with The Second Great War, full set of nine volumes, cloth and gilt
321.    A quantity of household books
322.    Herbert Cescinsky - English Furniture of the Eighteenth Century, complete in three volumes, half-calf, first edition £70-80
323.    A collection of garden-related books, Ordnance Survey maps, etc.
324.    An early 20th century French brass repeating carriage clock, with enamelled dial and gong-striking movement, unsigned, in obis case, with key, 6.5in. - repeating button incomplete
£150-200
325.    An early 20th century French hour-repeating carriage clock, with enamelled dial, unsigned movement striking on a gong, brass case with fluted handle and Doric columns, 7.5in.
£180-250
326.    An early 20th century French carriage clock, enamelled dial inscribed Exad. by Mappin & Webb, London, timepiece movement with compensated balance, maker Richard & Co., in ornamental gilt-brass case with fluted columns and engraved dial surround, 6.25in.
£150-200
327.    A late 19th century French porcelain mantel clock, engraved and silvered dial with moon hands, French movement count-wheel striking on a bell, gilded claret-ground case in rococo-style, on matching scroll plinth, with pendulum, 15in. total height
£100-150
328.    A mid-19th century French skeleton clock, Pierret a Paris, 5-wheel "in-line" train, enamelled chapter ring, pull-cord repeat, on gilded ebonised plinth, with pendulum, under glass dome, 10.25in. - dome cracked £150-200
329.    A German Art Deco anniversary clock, angular lacquered brass frame with enamelled chapter ring, on circular ebonised plinth, with angular pendulum and a key, under glass dome, 12.5in. £50-60
330.    A gilt-metal lyre mantel clock, with enamelled dial, on square slate plinth, 8.5in. £60-80
331.    A 1920's engine-turned gilt-metal timepiece, featuring square dial and enamelled foliage to case, in folding leather travelling case, clock 2.75in. £80-100
332.    A brass carriage clock, enamelled dial and timepiece movement, in brass case, with key, 6in. - dial cracked
333.    A Dutch reproduction wall clock, beech with ormolu mounts, Hercules finial, with pendulum and weights, 25in. high
334.    An early 20th century tortoiseshell-effect mantel clock, circular, convex, painted dial, French movement with integral key, 11.5in. £50-60
335.    A Baron Ware, Barnstaple terracotta vase, baluster-shape with green and brown sgraffito incised detail and applied lizard, incised mark, 13in.
336.    E. Bourdon & Richards Metallic Barometer, featuring printed chapter ring, in Renaissance-style bronzed metal case, a model 'Exhibited Universal Exhibition, London, 1851', 19in. high £120-150
337.    Clock repairer's interest: 18th century post-framed 30-hour longcase clock movement, and four other clock movements
338.    Clock repairer's interest, three 18th/19th century 8-day longcase movements, including one post-framed, and two other clock movements
339.    Clock repairer's interest, two 19th century wall clocks, each with painted wood convex dial, small lantern-type clock and various clock parts
340.    Clock repairer's interest, two 18th/19th century post-framed clock movements, brass lantern clock case, A-frame clock movement, etc.
341.    A 19th century French mantel clock, with silvered dial and timepiece movement, in rococo-style gilt-metal case with female figure surmount, 18in.
342.    A 19th century Dutch painted spelter novelty timepiece, in the form of a bearded officer, arched dial to his abdomen, 16in. - key and pendulum lacking £80-120
343.    A Negretti & Zambra aneroid barometer, in circular, carved oak case, 9in., together with a Victorian black slate mantel clock, with German gong-striking movement, 13.5in. and an early 20th century mahogany mantel clock with convex enamelled dial
344.    A Victorian black slate mantel clock, enamelled dial and French timepiece movement, 9in. high, together with a late 19th century architectural walnut mantel clock, 18.5in. - as viewed
345.    A Victorian wheel barometer, with silvered barometer and thermometer dials, 34in. - barometer gauge damaged
346.    A collection of coloured glass paperweights, twenty-three total
347.    A collection of coloured glass paperweights, thirty-two total
348.    Royal Worcester Evesham-pattern dinnerware, a large quantity
349.    A quantity of household china, including Paragon part teaset, various tankards, ornamental ceramics
350.    Two large glass soda syphons, large Tigerware tankard, various ale steins, etc.
351.    A large cut glass fruit bowl, circular, on square base, 9.5in. diameter, and an Imari wall plate, circular with lobed rim, 13in.
352.    A Paragon bone china coffee set, Colclough teaset and other household china and glassware
353.    A lead crystal decanter, and various sets and part-sets of drinking glassware
354.    Victorian and later glassware, including miniature tazza, pair of folded foot wine glasses and a toasting glass
355.    A pair of 19th century Dresden porcelain vases, with covers, some damage, other china, drinking glassware and a silver plated condiment set
356.    A Wedgwood Dragon Lustre bowl, pair of Victorian terracotta seated cats, 7in. - one repaired, other household china, etc.
357.    A large collection of elephant models, ceramic, woods and stone, approximately 100 total
358.    A Staffordshire pottery figure group, Highland Jessie, a Meissen saucer dish, factory second, and other china and glassware
359.    An assortment of royal commemorative china, Goebel monks, Imari fruit bowl, etc.
360.    A pair of clear glass candlesticks, possibly Whitefriars, rectangular moulded design, 5.5in., three glass decanters, Caithness Diabolo glass paperweight, etc.
361.    A German porcelain figure group, male and rearing horse, 8.5in. - some damage, Katzhutte figure group and other decorative china and glassware
362.    Seven various coloured glass novelty paperweights, a modern Russian glass posy vase, two SylvaC vases and a novelty aircraft pencil sharpener
363.    Pendelfin storybook characters, thirteen total, and Pendelfin Fruit Shop
364.    A Coalport dinner service, forty-eight pieces including four covered entree dishes, Hazelton pattern
365.    A pair of Victorian Staffordshire comforter spaniels, with black markings, 9in., together with a pair of Victorian relief-moulded jugs, Charlotte Rhead-type two-handled serving dish and a Royal Doulton Flambe Elephant and Young
366.    A Masons-style ironstone footbath, printed with period scenes in underglaze blue, 18in. long, and a group of four Portuguese terracotta vases-jug, brightly enamelled
367.    Assorted china and glass, including three bird models, and five silver-mounted glass scent bottles
368.    A Noritake porcelain dinner and teaset, other china tableware, set of twelve Babycham glasses, etc.
369.    A quantity of ornamental china, including a Victorian majolica bread plate, 11.5in. - cracked
370.    Various Wood & Sons character jugs, 8 total including sportsmen, a Burleigh character jug and five Royal Doulton character jugs
371.    A collection of miscellaneous Toby and character jugs, etc.
372.    A Paragon part teaset, other household china, glassware, canteen of plated cutlery, etc.
373.    Various mottled and coloured glass ornaments, bird jar, fish vase, etc., 11 items total
374.    A Paragon bone china coffee set, fifteen pieces including pot, Morning Rose pattern, together with a Satsuma enamelled teaset, glass biscuit barrel and a small collection of cigarette cards
375.    Household glassware, including coloured vases with overlaid designs
376.    A large quantity of household china, both ornamental and useful
377.    A Wedgwood bone china armorial part dinner service, twenty-five pieces including sauce tureen, crest with legend, Think On
378.    A pair of Victorian Staffordshire comforter spaniels, 12.5in., a Victorian bone china swan-group spill vase, cut glass rummer, rim chipped and a pair of green soda glass tumblers
379.    Shelley and Foley tableware, a Carlton ware cottage sugar bowl with thatched roof cover and other household china and glassware
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386.    A pair of cut glass decanters, another, similar, all with stoppers, two glass fruit bowls, group of eight silver plated novelty napkin rings, etc.
387.    A lead crystal glass vase, commemorative of Pope John Paul II, 11in. and other decorative glass tableware

388.    A Glen Mist-pattern tea and coffee service, by Susie Cooper and Wedgwood, includes oval teapot and four other pots
389.    A Royal Albert part teaset, Silver Maple-pattern, and other teaware
390.    A quantity of household china and glassware
391.    A small collection of Swiss provincial slipware, including a bear match holder, bright slip colours
392.    A Royal Chelsea bone china part teaset, Golden Rose pattern, twenty pieces including teapot and four other similar cups and saucers
393.    A quantity of household china, including Chinese egg-shell and silver plated ware
394.    Poole Pottery, including two polychrome vases, 8in. and 6in., a coffee set, four terracotta pots, etc.
395.    Victorian blue-printed tableware, Briar Rose pattern including meat plate, a Victorian rococo-style teapot and a Duchess bone china teaset, Poppies
396.    A quantity of household china and glassware
397.    A late Victorian novelty cheese dish and cover, cover in the form of a cow's head, design registered 1895, 9.5in.
398.    A Lalique frosted glass cockerel car mascot, post-war, engraved mark Lalique, France, 8.25in. £200-250
399.    A pair of Victorian bone china novelty baskets, Victorian green-glazed leaf-moulded plates, copper lustre jug, two Royal Doulton plates, two Goebel figures, etc.
400.    A Royal Doulton "Winston Churchill" British bulldog, draped in Union flag, banded tan top hat and cigar, 7.5in. high
£200-300
401.    A Royal Worcester jug, shape 1094, painted with bright plants against an ivory ground, date-code 1908, 7in., and a Royal Worcester-type porcelain figure of a young girl beside tree-stem, unmarked, 9in. - some restoration
£60-80
402.    Two small Moorcroft dishes, bright plants against a deep blue ground, applied labels - Potters to The Late Queen Mary
£50-70
403.    A first period Belleek two-handled basket, 8in. - some damage, together with a Belleek jug, a.f., shell-shape cup and saucer, heart-shape dish and a leaf-shape dish
404.    A pair of Staffordshire pottery lion models, each standing four-square, 14in. long - each with one leg repaired
405.    A set of five 19th century German porcelain figures, The Senses, each a seated lady, 5in. high
406.    A pair of Royal Dux-style porcelain parrot models, perched upon foliating branches, 16in. £80-100
407.    An ornamental Italian porcelain comport, painted with numerous famous views including The Vatican, on square ormolu pedestal base, 13.5in. diameter £120-150
408.    A large Carter, Stabler & Adams Poole jar, painted with a stylised floral design in bright enamels, impressed mark, 11in. £50-70
409.    A Carltonware salad service, consisting of serving bowl, pair of ladles, pair of leaf-dishes, salt and pepper pots and twelve plates, lettuce-leaf moulding with moulded lobsters in red enamel £120-150
410.    A Wedgwood bone china teaset, forty pieces for a twelve-place setting, blue and gilt guilloche-pattern borders
411.    Eighteen reproduction Royal Worcester cream jugs, variety of 18th century designs painted in underglaze blue and enamels £50-80
412.    A Staffordshire creamware teapot, bullet-shape painted with flowers in enamels, cover with flower and leaf handle, circa 1780, some damage, together with an early Samuel Alcock bone china dessert plate, painted with bright flowers against a gilded royal blue ground, circa 1820, 8.5in. - rivet-repaired, both ex - Godden Reference Collection,
413.    New Hall hybrid hard-paste porcelain, pattern 195, teapot with cover and three cream jugs, flower spray design in puce and other enamels, circa 1800, ex- Godden Reference Collection £70-100
414.    Booth's Silicon China, bulb pot, leaf-shape pickle dish, tea canister with cover, oval serving plate and a side plate, all in 18th century Worcester-style, ex - Godden Reference Collection £70-80
415.    A Poole Pottery commemorative plate, Antiques Roadshow, 1977-1998, limited edition of 150, L. McGowan design, 12in.
416.    Nine small Royal Doulton character jugs £50-70
417.    Ten various Royal Doulton miniature character jugs £60-80
418.    Two Royal Doulton earthenware figures, Mendicant, HN1365, Old Balloon Seller, HN1315 £60-80
419.    Three Royal Doulton bone china figures, Fragrance, HN2334, Diana, HN2468, Marilyn, HN3002 £50-60
420.    A pair of 19th century Meissen leaf-dishes, moulded detail with blue and gilt decoration, 9.5in.
421.    An Amphora, Austria earthenware vase, near-globe and shaft shape with a moulded slip-cast design of stylised wild birds, inscribed beneath Volateria, 14.5in. £50-70
422.    A Royal Crown Derby cabinet plate, painted by W. E. J. Dean, ship vignette, signed, date-code 1933, 9in., together with two other Royal Crown Derby gilded plates and two bone china part teasets
423.    Two Royal Copenhagen porcelain figures, each a young girl with goose, 9.5in. and 7in., and a Royal Copenhagen vase, painted design entitled Langelinie, 6.5in. £70-80
424.    A Royal Copenhagen figure, male farm-hand with pig, Royal Copenhagen vase, both some damage, and four Lladro-Nao models, two damaged
425.    Three Royal Copenhagen figures, including boy with two geese, latter repaired chip £50-70
426.    Two Portmeirion jardinieres, two sets of Royal Doulton plates, pair of turned wood candlesticks, etc.
427.    An early 19th century Chamberlain's Worcester dessert service, seventeen pieces including two-handled pedestal basket and pair of covered sauce tureens, brightly painted with flowers, impressed marks £250-350
428.    A Chamberlain's Worcester part dessert set, two pairs of serving dishes and six plates, each enamelled with a different plant, crisply moulded flowering plants, gilt borders, printed marks, two plates cracked £100-150
429.    A 19th century Bohemian ruby-overlaid glass vase, lobed form engraved with deer and woodland, 10in. - chipped, a similar dish, 8in. and a Victorian parian portrait bust, 11.5in.
430.    Twenty various coloured glass paperweights, including millefiore
431.    Twenty-two various coloured glass paperweights, including millefiore
432.    A pair of Italian-style majolica vases, each two-handled and painted with semi-nude figures, 10in. together with a pair of Helena Wolfsohn porcelain jars, each with domed cover, painted with birds and foliage in bright enamels against a green ground, 10in. - latter some damage
433.    An early 19th century Spode tea cup and saucer, pattern 430, a pair of Wedgwood cabinet plates painted with roses, signed Bond, pair of Dresden cups, similar saucer and a modern blue and white dish
434.    Twelve various mutli-coloured glass paperweights, including novelty dolphin and a ruby glass ash-tray
435.    A full set of twenty-four Franklin Mint ceramic horse models, each named, displayed within purpose-made mahogany shelf units
436.    A pair of Sitzendorf figural candelabra, maternal subjects, each with four floral-encrusted sconces, crossed swords mark in underglaze blue, 18in. £50-60
437.    A Wedgwood bone china teaset, Sandon, twenty-two pieces for a six-place setting, includes teapot, good condition
438.    A 19th century Dresden porcelain jar and cover, encrusted with coloured fruit, foliage and cherubs, pair of Dresden jars and covers, encrusted similarly and painted with pastoral scenes, together with a silver plated hors d'oeuvre dish, pair of oval glass dishes and stag handle
439.    A 19th century German porcelain figure group, male and female dancers on oval cushion base, factory mark painted in underglaze blue, 12.5in. high - minor damage £50-70
440.    A George II-style wine glass, two-piece construction with funnel bowl, cylindrical stem with air tear, conical folded foot, 6in.
441.    Four Victorian pot-lids, including Transplanting Rice and The Best Card, each oak-framed £100-150
442.    Five Victorian pot-lids, including Rifle Contest and Hide and Seek, all oak-framed £120-150
443.    A Victorian Staffordshire pottery Toby jug, seated character wearing blue jacket and yellow breeches, with cover, 11in., together with two Royal Doulton Toby jugs, Happy John, Jolly Toby and a smaller Toby jug
444.    Two 19th century Canton enamel dishes, brightly painted, 10in. - one dish rim chips, together with a pair of fluted Satsuma dishes
445.    A Chinese peach-shape porcelain novelty ewer, painted with figures and wild birds in underglaze blue, 6in., together with a Chinese coffee cup, two tea bowls and a yellow-glazed jar
445A.   A Chinese parasol, painted with wild birds, 3ft. 5in. - stem lacking
446.    A 19th century Canton ivory chess set, red-stained and natural, complete, in mahogany case with sliding cover. Export arrangements limited. Buyer beware. £250-300
447.    A 19th century Imari porcelain vase, ovoid-shape painted in traditional colours, together with a T G Green Cornish Kitchen Ware salt container, set of three Beswick graduated geese and a Pendelfin Dodger
448.    A 19th century Japanese ivory boat model, detailed with oarsman and two infants, unsigned, 10in. long - oar repaired, together with three cloisonne-enamelled vases Export arrangements limited. Buyer beware £80-100
449.    A quantity of costume jewellery, snakeskin cigarette case, Concorde luggage label, etc.
450.    A red coral large-bead necklace £60-80
451.    A pink-red coral large-bead necklace £60-80
452.    A yellow metal bar brooch, scroll design, in leather case, and a Victorian tortoiseshell needle case with inlaid cover
453.    Two silver bangles, silver leaf brooch, bead and pearl-type necklaces, etc.
454.    * 9ct. gold components, including jewellery and watch parts, approx. 9oz. gross total £2000-2500
455.    *9ct. gold components, jewellery, watch-parts, engine-turned match case, similar compact, approx. 10.5oz. total £2000-2500
456.    *9ct. gold components, jewellery, watch-parts, bangles, etc., approx. 10oz. total
Catalogue amendment - Lot contains gold and other metals. £2000-2500
457.    *9ct. gold components, largely watch-parts and jewellery, approx. 11.5oz. total £2000-2500
458.    9ct. gold watch components, 103.5 grams total £650-750
459.    Two 18ct. gold and diamond half-hoop rings, each with three diamonds, in claw-settings, sizes N/O and N £180-250
460.    A gold and diamond solitaire ring, high-shouldered claw-setting, brilliant-cut stone approx. 0.3ct., size N, hallmark indistinct £120-150
461.    An 18ct. gold ring, gypsy-set with two diamond chips and central pearl, and a gold cross-over ring, set small diamond and sapphire £150-200
462.    A yellow metal rosette ring, set six small diamonds and central pearl, unmarked, size K £150-200
463.    A gold Krugerrand, 1974 £650-700
464.    A gold Krugerrand, 1975 £650-700
465.    A gold Krugerrand, 1974 £650-700
466.    *An engine-turned 9ct. gold cigarette case, Birmingham 1927, 180.7 grams
£1200-1400
467.    Five various 22ct. gold band wedding rings, 24.9 grams total
£350-400
468.    An engine-turned 9ct. gold cigarette case, Birmingham 1924, 106.9 grams
£700-800
469.    Six various ladys' 9ct. gold wristwatches, each on 9ct. gold bracelet strap
£250-300
470.    A lady's 18ct. gold Omega wristwatch, small square dial, on flexible 18ct. gold strap, case, strap and glass 37.7 grams £350-400
471.    A 9ct. gold Bueche Girod lady's wristwatch, bark-effect cushion dial, original leather strap with gold clasp £100-150
472.    *A lady's Kasper 14ct. gold wristwatch, on flexible, textured 14ct. gold bracelet strap and another, Walker Astron, 9ct. gold and flexible textured 9ct. gold bracelet strap, latter bracelet a.f. £180-220
473.    Three Victorian gold Sovereigns, 1872, 1876, 1878 £450-500
474.    Three Victorian gold Sovereigns, 1872, 1876, 1878 £450-500
475.    Three gold Sovereigns, 1888, 1890, 1901, includes two Sydney mints £450-500
476.    Three Victorian gold Sovereigns, 1894, 1898, 1899, latter Melbourne mint £450-500
477.    Three Edward VII gold Sovereigns, 1906, 1906, 1909, one Melbourne mint £450-500
478.    Three Victorian gold Sovereigns, 1880, 1884, 1886, Melbourne and Sydney mints £450-500
479.    Three Victorian gold Sovereigns, 1884, 1885, 1888 £450-500
480.    Three Victorian gold Sovereigns, 1890, 1893, 1900 £450-500
481.    Three gold Sovereins, 1886, 1899, 1912, includes two Melbourne mint £450-500
482.    Three gold Sovereigns, 1877, 1912, 1915, former Melbourne mint £450-500
483.    Three Victorian gold Sovereigns, 1899, 1900, 1901, former Melbourne mint £450-500
484.    Three gold Sovereigns, 1891, 1894, 1914 £450-500
485.    Three gold Sovereigns, 1890, 1900, 1912, includes Sydney and Melbourne mints £450-500
486.    Three gold Sovereigns, 1912, 1912, 1913, former Sydney mint £450-500
487.    Three Victorian gold Sovereigns, 1894, 1895, 1898, includes Melbourne mint £450-500
488.    Three gold Sovereigns, 1893, 1900, 1906, includes Melbourne mint £450-500
489.    Three 9ct. gold ladys' wristwatches, four other ladys' 9ct. gold wristwatches and two other ladys' wristwatches £150-200
490.    *An engine-turned 9ct. gold cigarette case, Birmingham 1922, 117.5 grams
£650-750
491.    Ten cameo brooches, on a variety of gold and yellow metal mounts, and a 9ct. gold claw-set cameo ring £120-150
492.    Three 9ct. gold chains, a.f., 24 grams total, two 9ct. gold wedding rings, 6.6 grams and five other various rings, as viewed
£180-250
493.    *An engine-turned 9ct. gold cigarette case, Birmingham 1926, 88.6 grams
£500-550
494.    *A gentleman's 18ct. gold Buren wristwatch, London import marks, 1926, two 18ct. gold pocket watches, two lady's 18ct. gold wristwatches and a lady's 9ct. gold watch case, faults
£250-300
495.    A small, engine-turned 9ct. gold cigarette case, Birmingham 1922, 48.1 grams
£280-350
496.    A 9ct. gold cigarette case, 66.7 grams - hallmarks rubbed
£400-450
497.    A 9ct. gold cigarette case, Birmingham 1915, 85.4 grams, personalised later
£500-600
498.    An engine-turned 9ct. gold cigarette case, London 1926, 57 grams
£350-450
499.    Two Victorian gilt-metal target brooches, each with fine filigree and cabachon, and a Victorian gilt-metal and cabachon bracelet, fine filigree detail and figural carving £120-150
500.    An assortment of Victorian and later pendants, two on chains £60-80
501.    *Two 9ct. gold bangles, a 9ct. gold-link bracelet with padlock clasp, 44.3 grams total, together with an engine-turned 14ct. gold cigar cutter and a Victorian yellow metal bangle, latter 13.6 grams £350-400
502.    Victorian and later brooches, a variety £120-150
503.    *Two yellow metal rings, one set with pearl-type stone, the other rectangular, together with a 14ct. gold flower dress ring and five 9ct. gold dress rings £120-150
504.    *An 18ct. white gold dress ring, rosette design claw-set eight small diamonds and central sapphire, an 18ct. gold and citrine dress ring and a large 9ct. gold step-cut dress ring £120-150
505.    19th century mourning jewellery, including large lobed oval brooch, six items total £70-100
506.    A large Chinese yellow metal dress ring, step-cut topaz, size I £70-80
507.    An engraved 18ct. gold pocket watch, and a similar, smaller 14ct. gold pocket watch, latter keyless-wind £120-150
508.    An engraved 14ct. gold pocket watch, movement stamped H. Loge, Geneve, in original J. W. Benson case £100-150
509.    An Art Nouveau 9ct. gold pendant on chain, leaf-scroll design set seed-pearls and peridot, three other neck-chains, large pair of 9ct. gold and citrine ear-drops, eight other pairs of ear-rings, etc. £100-150
510.    An 18ct. gold, sapphire and diamond cluster ring, seven sapphires and six brilliant-cut diamonds in rosette design, size U £2000-2500
511.    An 18ct. gold, diamond and sapphire half-hoop ring, three central brilliant-cut diamonds surrounded by sixteen sapphires, size S £1500-2000
512.    A gold, ruby and diamond half-hoop ring, central, old-cut diamond, approx. 0.7ct., two oval-cut rubies, claw settings, size Q, 18ct. gold test positive £700-900
513.    A 9ct. gold, ruby and diamond cluster ring, five round-cut rubies, four brilliant-cut diamonds, cruciform arrangement, size U £500-700
514.    An 18ct. white gold, diamond and sapphire half-hoop ring, three brilliant-cut diamonds, four sapphires, size R £600-800
515.    An 18ct. gold, sapphire and diamond cluster ring, oval sapphire, two marquise sapphires, numerous diamond chips, size O £800-1000
516.    A diamond eternity ring, stones total approx. 0.7cts., shank believed to be platinum, size M/N £600-800
517.    An 18ct. gold, diamond and ruby half-hoop ring, four diamond chips, three rubies, claw settings, size R £200-300
518.    An 18ct. gold, diamond and sapphire half-hoop ring, four diamond chips, three sapphires, size O £200-300
519.    A large 9ct. gold citrine solitaire ring, scroll setting £100-150
520.    A pair of 14ct. gold ear-rings, faceted solitaire aquamarines £70-100
521.    A gentleman's 18ct. gold dress ring, central cabochon sapphire, two brilliant-cut diamonds, each approx. 0.5ct., textured gold finish, size V, 14.1 grams gross total £2000-2500
522.    A 9ct. gold, ruby and diamond-chip dress ring, twelve rubies and numerous diamond chips, size S/T £200-300
523.    A 9ct. gold diamond and ruby cluster ring, rosette form claw settings, size R/S £500-550
524.    A 9ct. gold cameo brooch, oval portrait bust of a male, on yellow metal chain £200-250
525.    A 9ct. gold cameo brooch, oval portrait bust of a female £200-300
526.    A quantity of costume jewellery
527.    A 22ct. gold band wedding ring, 3.5 grams, a 9ct. gold signet ring, 1.9 grams, 9ct. gold gate-link bracelet, 9.6 grams £100-130
528.    A gold and opal pendant, with diamond chip, on gold chain, other jewellery, medals, badges, silver cigarette case, engine-turned silver vesta case £50-70
529.    A 9ct. gold and opal half-hoop ring, five oval opals within carved setting, size P £70-100
530.    A modern 9ct. gold ring, pave-set with an emerald rosette, size O £50-60
531.    A modern 9ct. gold and diamond dress ring, numerous baguette chips in claw setting, size P £100-150
532.    A modern amethyst and diamond chip dress ring, a 9ct. gold cameo ring, carved female portrait bust, and an Egyptian 18ct. gold portrait pendant £70-80
533.    An 18ct. gold five-stone diamond half-hoop ring, graduated stones in claw setting, size O £250-300
534.    A yellow metal half-hoop ring, two diamonds, three sapphires, claw settings, size O £150-200
535.    A yellow metal necklace, 14.3 grams £100-130
536.    An 18ct. gold dress ring, set large central faceted emerald and six diamond chips to each shoulder, claw settings, size N/O £150-200
537.    *Three various 9ct. gold bangles, each with engraved ornament, 44.6 grams total £300-350
538.    *A lady's 9ct. gold Omega wristwatch, on flexible 9ct. gold bark-effect strap, in original box £180-220
539.    A pearl-type necklace, with yellow metal clasp, and matching bracelet £150-200
540.    A pearl-type necklace, circular 9ct. gold clasp set seed-pearls and amethysts £300-350
541.    A pearl necklace, 9ct. gold rosette clasp set aquamarine and clear stone chips £100-150
542.    Two 22ct. gold band wedding rings, 8.1 grams total, and an engraved 18ct. gold band wedding ring, 4.6 grams £150-200
543.    An engraved yellow metal scarf toggle, 4 grams, and a 9ct. gold-link bracelet, 3.8 grams £60-80
544.    A lady's Rotary 10ct. gold wristwatch, on gold plated bracelet strap, and a lady's 9ct. gold Timor wristwatch on flexible 9ct. gold strap £100-120
545.    Two 9ct. gold neck-chains, each with aquamarine pendant, together with a cased manicure set and a pair of mother of pearl cuff-links £80-120
546.    A lady's Accurist wristwatch, with diamond-set bezel stones, incomplete, stainless steel bracelet strap
547.    A gentleman's 9ct. gold open-faced pocket watch, keyless wind with subsidiary seconds, dial hairline cracks £150-180
548.    Five various 9ct. gold bangles, 53.4 grams total £350-400
549.    An 18ct. gold bangle, 7.1 grams £100-120
550.    *A modern 18ct. gold bracelet, with interlaced clasp, 5.3 grams, boxed, three 9ct. gold neck-chains, two with pendants and one other neck chain £100-130
551.    A lady's engraved 14ct. gold fob watch, octagonal-shape with enamel dial, and a circular 9ct. gold locket with engraved inscription £50-60
552.    A 22ct. gold band wedding ring, 2.1 grams, a pair of 9ct. gold cuff-links, 4.5 grams, a 9ct. gold heart locket on 9ct. gold chain, 3.7 grams and a 9ct. gold signet ring, 2.4 grams £100-120
553.    *A 9ct. gold cameo brooch, oval female portrait bust, and a 9ct. gold and aquamarine bar brooch, set four seed pearls
554.    A 9ct. gold cameo ring, two Victorian paste pendants and a yellow metal and red stone brooch £80-120
555.    A pair of small engraved silver buckles, Birmingham 1902, and a small oval silver locket, paste-set with ribbon cresting
556.    A small quantity of costume jewellery, and two lady's wristwatches, all contained within jewellery casket
557.    A Victorian engraved yellow metal brooch, set three amethysts, Victorian 9ct. gold bar brooch, set five stones, filigree brooch, turquoise necklace, amethyst rosette brooch and a set of six millefiore buttons £60-80
558.    A lady's 18ct. gold wristwatch, on flexible metal strap, and a 9ct. engraved gold leaf brooch £50-60
559.    Two 18ct. gold rings, diamond solitaire and half-hoop with three diamond chips £100-150
560.    Costume jewellery, including two cameo brooches, filigree bracelet, micro-mosaic lute brooch, three coin pendants, two watches, and a set of botanical watercolours
561.    A WWI medal, to 37845 Pte. J. Glover, RAMC together with a gentleman's Longines gold plated quartz wristwatch and an assortment of costume jewellery
562.    A cased set of four 18ct. gold and diamond cuff-links, Victorian stick-pin set oval cabochon, two silver dishes, portrait miniature on ivory, etc. £50-70
563.    A gentleman's Breitling Super Ocean automatic wristwatch, stainless steel with metallic blue date-dial, model A17040, with Breitling bracelet strap SEE ILLUSTRATION £350-400
564.    An 18ct. white gold half-hoop ring, set three small diamonds, and an engraved 9ct. gold band wedding ring, each size L, 4.9 grams gross total £50-70
565.    WITHDRAWN A gentleman's Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust Turn-O-Graph wristwatch, stainless steel with white date-dial and baton numerals, stainless steel bracelet strap SEE ILLUSTRATION £1000-1500
566.    An 18ct. gold watch-chain, 33.9 grams £400-500
567.    A lady's Tissot wristwatch, flexible gold plated strap, and a silver-coloured metal chain
568.    A gentleman's 18ct. gold Patek Philippe wristwatch, Golden Ellipse, blue dial with gold baton numerals and hands, mechanical automatic-wind, integral 18ct. gold bracelet strap with original clasp, in original box, near-excellent; box interior worn SEE ILLUSTRATION £4000-5000
569.    Two jade bead necklaces, and a green-stone amulet with incised script, cracked
570.    An Edwardian 9ct. gold and seed-pearl brooch, circular-shape, numerous seed pearls £50-70
571.    A yellow metal and turquoise half-hoop ring, eight small claw-set stones, and two similar pendants £100-150
572.    An 18ct. white gold diamond solitaire ring, brilliant-cut stone, approx. 1ct., in raised claw setting, size O £400-500
573.    An 18ct. white gold half-hoop ring, set three brilliant-cut diamonds, two baguette diamonds, size M £80-120
574.    A yellow metal dress ring, rosette design with seven diamond chips £50-60
575.    A 9ct. gold half-eternity ring, set five rubies and six diamond chips £50-70
576.    An 18ct. gold dress ring, set central sapphire and radiating diamond chips, together with a modern 18ct. white gold and diamond pendant £70-80
577.    A 9ct. gold half-eternity ring, set clear and red stones, and a white metal full-eternity ring, set white and blue stones
578.    A Victorian engraved yellow metal locket, mounted with seed-pearls, and a similar fruit basket charm £60-80
579.    A Scottish hardstone brooch, circular-shape, and a similar bracelet
580.    A fine Victorian pearl necklace, two fine pearl brooches, pair of similar ear-rings and a graduated cultured pearl necklace
581.    Victorian and later paste jewellery, including cased pair of ear-drops
582.    Victorian and later jewellery, including finely-carved bone bead necklace and a pair of jade ear-drops £80-100
583.    A 14ct. gold brooch, Chinese symbol set numerous blue stones £80-100
584.    A carved jade pendant, seated Buddha, within 14ct. gold pendant mount
585.    A tangerine amber bracelet, and other amber/re-constituted amber jewellery £60-80
586.    Assorted silver and white metal jewellery, including Oriental bracelets and a Victorian engraved white metal locket £50-60
587.    A Victorian 15ct. gold bar brooch, 9ct. gold bar brooch, other Victorian and later jewellery £50-60
588.    A lady's 18ct. gold, diamond and sapphire cluster ring, platinum claw setting, size O £70-80
589.    An 18ct. gold and diamond half-hoop ring, three stones within platinum claw settings, size M £150-200
590.    An 18ct. gold and diamond half-hoop ring, five small diamonds, together with an 18ct. gold diamond and opal cluster ring, claw setting £100-150
591.    An 18ct. gold ring, rosette design set central diamond and six green stones, and a 9ct. white gold eternity ring, set green and clear stones £70-80
592.    A group of five various dress rings, including four 9ct. gold-hallmarked shanks £80-120
593.    *Five modern 14ct. gold dress rings, set various coloured stones £70-80
594.    *An 18ct. gold dress ring, set coloured stones, a 9ct. gold and amethyst cluster ring and a 9ct. gold dress ring set pearl and four peridots £50-60
595.    A large gentleman's 9ct. gold signet ring, 9.6 grams, and a 9ct. white gold wedding ring £60-80
596.    *A 15ct. gold charm bracelet, six 9ct. gold charms, 15.7 grams total £100-150
597.    A 9ct. gold charm bracelet, set numerous charms, 33.8 grams total £180-250
598.    A yellow metal wristwatch, Smiths De Luxe wristwatch, modern Rotary wristwatch, and two gold-plated items, also to include a modern gold plated bracelet
599.    *Two 9ct. gold crucifixes, on 9ct. gold chains, 14.7 grams, a 9ct. gold chain with pendant, 4.2 grams, 9ct. gold pendant on yellow metal chain and a 14ct. gold necklace, 2.8 grams £80-120
600.    An assortment of small 9ct. gold personal adornments, 15.2 grams weighable total and various other related items £120-150
601.    A jewellery casket, containing gold plated and silver jewellery, and an assortment of costume jewellery £50-80
602.    A quantity of costume jewellery, and two replica Rolex gentlemans' wristwatches £50-70
603.    A large quantity of modern costume jewellery, including Avon, largely boxed £50-70
604.    *Three 9ct. gold rings, 10.3 grams total, yellow metal pendant on chain, 9ct. gold cross pendant on chain, two silver eternity rings and other small jewellery £100-130
605.    *A lady's Omega 9ct. gold wristwatch, Birmingham 1933, presentation inscription; expanding gilt-metal strap
606.    A Victorian gold Two Pounds coin (double sovereign), 1887 - Jubilee head, within yellow metal mount, 23.5 grams total £400-500
607.    Two Middle-Eastern silver seals, finely-detailed with intaglio stone carving £60-80
608.    A silver and blue enamel vanity set, seven items including nail-buffer, one item incomplete, in original fitted case, seven modern silver cased book-marks, set of six silver-handled cake knives and four other items
£200-300
609.    A pair of miniature silver candlesticks, 2.25in., pair of Victorian engraved silver napkin rings, Sheffield 1886, engraved silver locket, on engraved silver chain, tea strainer, etc., approx. 19oz. total £140-180
610.    A pair of silver napkin rings, cast with amorini, other small silverware £50-60
611.    A group of six silver caddy spoons, Georgian and later, and a Dutch embossed white metal caddy spoon with novelty windmill finial £80-120
612.    A pair of WMF embossed napkin rings, gold-mounted cheroot holder, silver-mounted ditto, other items, contained within remains of 17th century brass warming pan
613.    Asian silver, including Monteith-type pedestal bowl, ten items total, approx. 44oz. gross total £150-200
614.    A set of twelve silver teaspoons, signs of the zodiac by John Pinches, London 1971, approx. 9.5oz. total, in fitted case
£70-80
615.    A Jewish silver candelabrum, (Hanukkiyah), eight sconces, London 1931, 10.75in., - shamash lacking, a silver bachelor's teapot, Mappin & Webb, London 1915, silver milk jug, silver five sconce candelabrum, incomplete, approx. 51oz. gross total
£300-400
616.    *A silver and translucent blue enamel dressing table set, seven pieces, some damage £70-80
617.    Dressing table silver, including pair of candlesticks, 5.75in., two hairbrushes, atomiser, and three other items
618.    A Reid & Sons silver bowl, based on a Russian kovsh, short handle cast with flowers and leaf-scrolls, London 1921, approx. 9oz. £80-120
619.    A royal commemorative silver goblet, applied with three silver-gilt armorial birds, 1981, approx. 12oz., 6.75in. £80-120
620.    A reproduction silver annointing spoon, London 1901, 10in., together with a part set of five engraved silver teaspoons, eight other various silver spoons and a cased set of six silver coffee spoons, approx. 12oz. total £80-120
621.    A cut glass decanter, cylindrical-shape with silver mount, with cut stopper, hallmark Birmingham 1969, 10.5in.
622.    A silver plated suite of King's pattern cutlery, fifty-eight pieces in fitted case
623.    A Georgian-style bright-cut silver serving dish, oval-shape with blue glass liner, lion mask ring handles, Birmingham 1916, 6in., together with three silver-mounted glass bottles and a miniature silver two-handled trophy £60-80
624.    A Mappin & Webb silver salver, circular with scalloped border, Sheffield 1938, approx. 10.5oz. - presentation inscription, 8in. £70-100
625.    A Mappin & Webb six-piece silver condiment set, and four associated silver server spoons, contained within fitted case £120-150
626.    A silver plated three-piece teaset, and other silver plated ware including cutlery
627.    A small pearl-handled folding fruit knife, with silver blade, pair of silver sugar tongs, group of four WWI miniature medals including Somaliland, 1920, and one other item £80-100
628.    A pair of silver photograph frames, rectangular-shape, Birmingham 1923, 5 x 7.5in., and an engine-turned silver photograph frame, 5.5in. high
629.    A silver card tray, circular with scalloped border, on three scroll feet, Sheffield 1933, approx. 12oz., 8.25in. £100-130
630.    A pair of early Georgian-style silver candlesticks, baluster stems and circular bases, Da-mar Silverware, London 1975, approx. 22oz. total, 6.25in. £200-250
631.    A silver-mounted cut glass dressing bottle, engine-turned silver cigarette case, two silver shell dishes, Middle-Eastern silver circular box and cover and a Ronson silver plated table lighter £60-80
632.    A quantity of silver plated ware
633.    A silver plated teaset, four pieces including hot water jug, and a silver plated entree dish and cover, also to include two silver baby spoons £50-70
634.    A Malaysian silver and horn candelabrum, three engraved silver sconces, Malaysian silver and horn condiment trio and a Malaysian and engraved silver rose bowl, together with a small 19th century watercolour, rural view, 3 x 4.5in. £60-80
635.    An unusual Victorian silver nut and fruit set, folding nutcracker, two picks and a folding fruit knife, embossed detail, Birmingham 1888, in original fitted leather case, together with a folding spoon, within engine-turned silver case and two other items £60-80
636.    RHS silver flower spoons, full set of twelve, in fitted case, approx. 10oz. total, in original packaging £80-100
637.    Two part sets of continental silver plated cutlery, and two cased sets of plated servers
638.    An Asprey silver condiment set, mustard pot with hinged cover, oval salt, cylindrical pepper pot, in original fitted case, together with two silver Onslow-pattern server spoons £150-200
639.    A rectangular silver photograph frame, Birmingham 1931, 9.5 x 7.5in. together with an engraved white metal presentation scroll, China Bay, 1946, watercolour scroll within, on carved coromandel elephant stand, 15in. £50-60
640.    A silver and lapis lazuli bracelet, other silver jewellery, Parker gold plated fountain pen, etc.
641.    An Indian white metal bowl, embossed throughout with figures, 6in. diameter
642.    A silver-mounted glass swan dish, London import marks, 1959
643.    A silver plated canteen of cutlery, thirty-two pieces, together with an oval plated entree dish with cover, circular silver plate and three small dishes
644.    Seven various silver propelling pencils, eight fountain pens, etc.
645.    A small assortment of silver flatware, including early Victorian fiddle-pattern tablespoon, London 1841, approx. 12oz. total £80-100
646.    A small assortment of silver flatware, silver three-handled trophy, Eastern white metal pedestal bowl, etc.
647.    A pair of silver plated entree dishes, lobed, rectangular shape with cast gadrooned borders, each with cover and detachable handle, 11in.
648.    Dressing table silverware, including six pairs of brushes
649.    An early 19th century silver vinaigrette by Joseph Wilmore, cast and engraved ornament, Birmingham 1819, 1.75in. also to include a Jubilee silver pendant, engraved silver locket and three other items £50-60
650.    A George IV embossed silver mustard pot, circular pedestal form with hinged cover, embossed throughout with foliage, London 1821, together with a Tiffany & Co. cast silver mustard server spoon £70-80
651.    An assortment of silver plated ware, including cutlery
652.    Small silverware, to include Edinburgh fiddle-pattern sifter spoon, Victorian Glasgow sugar tongs, 1842, pair of napkin rings, and five other items
653.    A pair of 17th century-style oils on board - rural views with figures, monogrammed M E, 9.5 x 13in.
654.    H. E. Tidmarsh - watercolour, seated cavalier and female admirer, signed, 21 x 15in. £70-80
655.    H. E. Tidmarsh - watercolour, country house, garden and gardener, entitled Oxford, signed and dated 1915, 14 x 10in. £60-80
656.    H. E. Tidmarsh - watercolour, entitled The Baptistry, Canterbury, a view of the Cathedral and foreground garden, signed, 15 x 11in. £70-80
657.    H. E. Tidmarsh - watercolour, view onto Wells Cathedral, foreground trees and shrubs, unsigned £70-80
658.    Arthur Varney - pair of watercolours, grazing cattle and grazing sheep, signed, 10 x 21in., and another, country track, similarly signed, 7 x 14in., some foxing
659.    A 19th century oil on canvas - young family kitchen scene, father feeding small bird, unsigned, 30 x 24in. £50-70
660.    An 18th century oil on canvas, Dutch tavern scene, 14.5 x 13in.
661.    S. G. Boxsius - pair of coloured woodcuts, rural scenes, and another, similar, signed Hall Thorpe, two labels verso, one dated 1932
662.    Roger de la Corbiere - oil on canvas, coastline with incoming tide, signed, 24 x 36in. £80-120
663.    Harry Edan - gouache, seascape with sailing boat and a steamer, signed and dated 1935, 10 x 14in., together with a pair of signed monochrome prints and seven other framed pictures
664.    Sidney E. Hart (1867-1921) - watercolour, coastline view with fishing boats and lobster pots, signed, 7 x 19in. £80-120
665.    John Haskins - oil on card, children at coastline, entitled Tidal Treasures, signed, 8 x 14in. £150-200
666.    A. Houghton - watercolour, Dell Quay, Sussex, and by the same artist, still life flowers, oil on board, each signed £50-60
667.    A 19th century Dutch oil on canvas, canal with boating and windmill, indistinctly signed, 12 x 20in. £150-200
668.    A gouache drawing, pathway at Poynings, monogrammed, 14 x 11in., modern oil on canvas, panoramic riverscape and two other pictures
669.    Burnett - modern oil on canvas, populated Parisien street, signed, 8 x 10in.
670.    Aiddla Carta - charcoal sketch, nude female, signed, 12.5 x 9in. and a coloured comical etching entitled Chacun son tour, indistinctly signed in pencil, 7 x 17in.
671.    Alice Maud Fanner (1865-1930) - oil on canvas, racing yacht approaching a windward mark, signed, 28 x 36in. £200-300
672.    Thomas Bush Hardy RBA - small watercolour, sailing boats on calm waters, broad gilt mount entitled Venice, indistinctly signed, 4.25 x 3in. £60-80
673.    W. L. Wylie - pencil sketch, harbour with ships and boats, unsigned, authenticated verso, 5 x 7in. £100-150
674.    W. L. Wylie - pencil sketch, barge and steam ship, unsigned, authenticated verso, 3.5 x 6in. £100-150
675.    W. L. Wylie - pencil sketch, two ships, unsigned, authenticated verso, 3.5 x 6in. £100-150
676.    F. J. Aldridge - small watercolour, sailing boats on choppy waters, signed, 3 x 7in. £100-150
677.    Jack Amey - group of four watercolours, Sussex views and coastlines, signed, generally 12 x 18in.
678.    Donald Pyle - group of six watercolours, local rural views, signed
679.    Miscellaneous picture frames, including two bird's-eye maple
680.    T. B. Hardy - oil on canvas, the yacht Sonata sailing past Dover, signed and dated 1883, inscribed with owner and crew verso, 12 x 20in. £150-200
681.    A portrait of Lord Nelson - oil on oval wood panel, 36 x 28in.
682.    Abraham Hulk jnr. - two 19th century watercolours, rural pathway and rural house, each signed, 8 x 12in. £50-60
683.    S. Jones - pair of 19th century watercolours, quayside fishing folk, one signed, 5.5 x 8.5in., another, Tarring village and another, St. Ives by E. Boyle Mitchell £50-60
684.    A group of three 19th century watercolours - Carnarvon Castle attributed to Henry Barlow, fishing boats attributed to Herbert Fry, and a paddle-steamer, largest 5 x 7in. £60-80
685.    Attributed to Myles Birket Foster - pencil sketch, boating at water's edge, unsigned, 4. 7in. £60-80
686.    Frank H Mason - oil on board, WWII battle-scene at sea, three marauding aircraft and numerous frigates, signed, 9 x 23in.
687.    Attributed to W. J. Huggins - 18th century watercolour, tallship on choppy waters, signed 7 x 6in. £50-70
688.    Philip Hugh Padwick (1876-1958) - oil on board, Old Cottages at Sandwich, signed, inscribed verso, 9.5 x 13.5in. £50-70
689.    
690.    •Edward Seago (1910-74) - oil on board, autumnal wooded view, inscribed verso "The Little Bridge, Norfolk, (The end of the artist's garden)", signed, 20 x 30in. SEE ILLUSTRATION
£3000-4000
691.    •William Hyams (1878-1952) - watercolour, view of The Court Farm, Patcham, signed, label verso
692.    Rex Phillips (born 1931) - oil on board, "British Frigates in the Norwegian Leads", labelled verso, signed and dated '82, 16 x 20in.
693.    An abstract oil on board - rough seas at coastline, indistinctly signed lower right, 18 x 42in.
694.    H. Louis Rawsen - watercolour, Trans-Atlantic Return Ferry Service, 1941, RAF Liberator, signed, 10.5 x 15in., flown by Capt. O.P. Jones, labelled details verso, together with a colour print, BOAC Constellation Speedbird
695.    William Minshall Birchall (1884-1941) - watercolour, steam yacht on rough seas entitled Down Channel, signed and dated 1933, 5 x 7in. £60-80
696.    Pre-publication artwork for A Book of Ships, by Richard Ogle, Bournemouth, illustrations include HMS Victory
697.    George H. Aston - watercolour, entitled verso Pooks Hill, Angmering, signed, 14 x 11in., together with a smaller oil on canvas, churchyard with gravestones, signed E. Thorpe, dated 1888, 11.5 x 14in.
698.    G. Leslie Baseley - watercolour, Grand Canal, Venice, 13 x 21in. £50-70
699.    G. Leslie Baseley - watercolour, Maccagno, a view of the port and populated street, signed and dated 1907, 9.5 x 24in. £50-70
700.    G. Leslie Baseley - pair of small watercolours, coastal British views, signed, one dated 1910, 4.5 x 3in. and a pair of colour prints after J. Mac-Whirter
701.    M. Hutchison - impressionist oil on board, entitled verso, Cottage near Aberfeldy, signed, 20 x 24in.
702.    Frank Holme - gouache, panoramic landscape, together with a watercolour, Edwin Harris, Storrington Heath and Downs and a pair of sepia etchings
703.    W. L. Wylie - sepia etching, coastal view with small boats, signed in pencil, 8 x 12in. £80-100
704.    R. Malcolm Lloyd - small watercolour, sailing boats on choppy waters, signed, 5 x 8in. £50-60
705.    F. J. Aldridge - pair of small watercolours, sailing vessels, monogrammed, 2.5 x 6.75in. £50-70
706.    Duran Faine - modern oil on canvas, panoramic riverscape, signed, 24 x 36in.
707.    C. R. Doyly John (1906-1993) - coastal market entitled verso Portofino, near Rapello, signed, 14 x 28in. £1500-2000
708.    Edward Duncan RWS (1803-1882) - pencil study of two seated farm-girls, signed and monogram blind-stamp, 5.25in. x 7.25in. £200-300
709.    Edward Duncan RWS (1803-1882) - pencil study of a continental sailor, initialled, monogram blind-stamp, 8 x 5in. £200-300
710.    Edward Duncan RWS (1803-1882) - pencil study of a farm worker, signed and monogram blind-stamp, 9 x 6in. £200-300
711.    Edward Duncan RWS (1803-1882) - pencil and sepia wash study of a ship's anchor, monogram blind-stamp, 5.5 x 11.75in. £200-300
712.    Edward Duncan RWS (1803-1882) - pen and brown ink study, entitled Old Bilingsgate - the first day of Oysters, signed, monogram blind-stamp, 6.5 x 11in. £200-300
713.    Sir E. Guy Dawber, ARA - watercolour, populated street market entitled San Agata, Brescia, initialled and dated 1926, 14 x 9.5in. - label verso £200-300
714.    John Varley (1778-1842) - watercolour, riverscape with foreground fisherman, middle-distant cathedral, signed and dated 1830 11 x 16in. £300-500
715.    Rowland Emett - signed engraving, entitled The Borg-Warner Vintage Car of the Future, signed with wishes in pen lower right £50-80
716.    Dion Pears - oil on canvas, Chinese sailing vessel, signed, 28 x 36in.