Antique Sale on Wednesday 4th October 2017

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1.      A 9ct gold mounted shell cameo brooch pendant, carved with the head of a young woman, and a brass costume brooch (stones missing) (2) 30-40
2.      A 9K gold dress ring, size N+; a pair of gilt metal heart earrings; and a 9ct gold eagle head pendant and chain (3) 25-30
3.      A pair of gold metal studs in an "Asprey" box; Victorian memorial locket with photo to one side, carved ivory reclining deer to the other; floral engraved bangle; small "Asprey" box containing religious medallion and a box of small brass animals 25-40
4.      A 9ct gold wedding band, size P; a 9ct gold signet ring, size O (total weight 4g approx.) and four assorted 22ct gold wedding bands (total weight 9.8g approx.) 150-180
5.      An 18ct white gold ring set with a triangular cut aquamarine, size M 150-180
6.      An 18ct gold ring, set with a Brazilian blue topaz with white sapphire to either size, size N 90-120
7.      An 18ct gold ring, central split design, and set with a row of white sapphires, size L, 4g approx. 50-70
8.      A 9ct gold dress ring, set with a central ruby, with a surround of opals, and ruby to each shoulder, size O 25-35
9.      A 9ct gold three bar gate bracelet with 9ct padlock clasp, and a pair of 9ct gold ball pierced earrings, total weight 11g approx. 70-90
10.     A Victorian, unmarked gold and diamond cluster "star" brooch, set with a central square, step-cut mauve stone, possibly Almandine garnet, with detachable brooch mounts. 1000-1200
11.     A cased Baroque style diamond, pearl, emerald and ruby brooch, set with a central diamond with a surround of diamonds, with diamond to top and bottom, mounted in matt gold metal; the fitted case from "Harvey & Gore, London". 800-1200
12.     A 22ct gold Victorian style flower head ring, set with central brilliant cut diamond, with a surround of eight cabochon turquoise stones, size P 100-140
13.     An Elizabeth II half sovereign dated 1982, set in an openwork 9ct gold brooch, total weight 8g approx. 80-120
14.     A hollow 9ct gold hinged bangle, with floral engraved decoration, 21g approx. 140-160
15.     A Victorian sovereign dated 1878, set in a clip back 9ct gold pendant mount, suspended from a 9ct gold box link chain, with another 9ct gold identical chain, total weight 27.7g approx. 250-350
16.     A 9ct gold dress ring set with garnets around a tiny diamond, size Q; a 9ct gold pressed medallion ring, size N; and a gold ring made from a "Tallar" coin dated 1853, size N; total weight 7g approx. 40-60
17.     A 9ct gold brooch of Celtic knot design, 2.2g approx. 20-30
18.     A pair of gents 9ct gold, engine turned rectangular cufflinks, 4.4g approx. 30-40
19.     A 9ct rose gold curb charm bracelet, with many charms including an Edward VII half sovereign, dated 1908 in 9ct gold clip mount; a 14ct gold horseshoe; a 9ct gold passport; a 9ct gold hinged apple, etc; total weight 97.7g approx. 700-800
20.     A 9ct gold dress ring set with three central navette shaped rubies and tiny diamonds (one missing), size P 20-30
21.     A 14ct, 585, gold dress ring set with an oval faceted blue topaz, size O+ 30-40
22.     A 9ct gold dress ring set with central blue topaz with a surround of small diamonds, size P 40-50
23.     A 9ct gold illusion set solitaire diamond ring, size P; another smaller, size L; a 9ct gold dress ring set with a central black stone, size L and a 9ct gold wishbone ring, size S (4) 40-60
24.     A 14K white gold dress ring, set with a central faceted green stone and set with moissonite stones to the shoulders, size O+ 100-140
25.     An 18ct white gold ring, set with an oval emerald, with partial surround of brilliant cut diamonds to the shoulders, size N 300-350
26.     A 9ct gold dress ring set with baguette cut citrines and small diamonds, size R; a 9ct gold dress ring set with green and clear stones in a Victorian style, size O; a 9ct gold dress ring set with a mauve stone, with clear stone surround, size M; and a silver ring set with solitaire paste stone, size L (4) 50-80
27.     An 18ct gold, diamond set dress ring, set with two pear shaped diamonds, central brilliant cut diamond, with a surround of diamonds, size U 300-400
28.     A 9ct gold sapphire and cubic zirconia ring (A/F); a 9ct gold cross; a silver clam shell pendant containing a manual wind watch, on silver chain; ring; pendant; etc. 30-40
29.     A 15ct gold bangle set with a solitaire diamond, 9.2g 140-150
30.     A 9ct gold circle link necklace 14.9g 100-130
31.     A 22ct gold wedding band, 2.2g; a 9ct rose gold signet ring, 3.3g; an 18ct gold gypsy set ring (some stones missing) and a pair of 9ct gold ball stud earrings 2.6g 50-70
32.     A 9ct gold cross on a 9ct gold chain, 2.9g and a 9ct gold oval locket on 9ct gold chain, 10g 80-100
33.     A silver cased gents "Roamer" wristwatch on leather strap; a silver butterfly ring; silver charm bracelet and other silver jewellery 50-70
34.     A quantity of costume jewellery; coin purse; silk postcard and other items 15-25
35.     A plain 9ct gold tie pin (cased), 1.6g approx. 20-30
36.     An 18ct gold gents wide band ring, with engraved initials (worn), size V, 11.6g approx. 80-120
37.     An unmarked gold wedding band, size U, 7.1g approx. 60-80
38.     A solitaire diamond gold ring, size P, the diamond 0.50ct approx., in a collet setting 150-200
39.     A 9ct rose gold, curb link and padlock bracelet, 12g approx. 80-100
40.     A Victorian 15ct gold swallow brooch, the bird carrying a twig set with a pearl in its beak (cased) 40-60
41.     A quantity of 9ct gold, including a 9ct wedding band, size M+; a 9ct rose gold buckle ring, size J; four 9ct shirt studs, etc; total weight 15g approx. 80-100
42.     A silver metal and enamelled Art Nouveau pendant piece, set with blister pearls 40-60
43.     A gilt metal longuard chain, with an attached 9ct gold swivel clasp, a large gilt metal oval seal with un-engraved cornelian matrix, and a brass swivel seat set with banded agate and bloodstone 30-40
44.     A cased gold metal and black enamelled bar brooch, applied with the letter "V" with diamond chips (A/F); silver and floral enamelled oval brooch; silver ingot on chain; silver Masonic compass fob; chain mail purse; buckle; knife rests; etc. 30-40
45.     A pair of 9ct gold gents cufflinks of plain, oval concave form, 9.4g approx. 50-80
46.     A pair of gents 9ct gold cufflinks, oval panels with engine turned decoration 40-50
47.     An 18ct gold, three stone, diamond set gypsy ring, size P 40-50
48.     An 18ct gold, floral engraved wedding band, size Q, 4g approx.; and a 9ct gold band ring with acorn leaf and acorn decoration, rsize M, 4.2g approx. (2) 70-100
49.     An 18ct gold dress ring, set with circular cabochon opal and with diamond surround, size N 120-150
50.     A 9ct gold dress ring of 1940s design, set with baguette and brilliant cut diamonds, in a crossover design, size O+ 150-180
51.     no lot
52.     A 15ct gold neck chain, 10.5g approx.; a 9ct gold signet ring set with a small diamond, size U; a 9ct gold dress ring set with blue stones in a flower head form, size N; and a half Mizpah pendant on a fine chain; total weight 6.7g approx.; together with a gilt metal photo locket 130-160
53.     An 18ct gold signet ring, size O, 6.1g approx. 70-90
54.     A gold fancy link belcher chain with watch Albert clasp, 17g approx. 130-160
55.     A silver cased, open face, gents key wind pocket watch; the dust cover engraved "Kendal & Dent's Improved Patent Lever", the case with engine turned decoration and vacant shield cartouche, with nickel Albert chain and key 20-30
56.     A gents Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air King Date wristwatch having textured champagne coloured dial, baton numerals, sweep seconds, magnified panel over date apperture and on stainless steel bracelet, in original box together with two receipts dated 1971 for the purchase of the watch from Charles Reeves, Lymington 900-1100
57.     A gents 9ct gold cased "Tissot" manual wind wristwatch on a metal expanding strap, the white face with gold Arabic numerals, and a subsidiary seconds dial 60-80
58.     A gents "Accurist" automatic self wind wristwatch, the dial with gilt baton numerals and with date aperture; a gents gold plated "Services" manual wind wristwatch, boxed; a gents "Timex" wristwatch; and a "Cimier" aluminium cased gents wristwatch (4) 30-40
59.     An 18K gold cased, open face key wind pocket watch, the case with engraved floral decoration, the face florally engraved with outer matt band of black enamelled Roman numerals 130-160
60.     An early 20th Century silver hunting cased pocket watch with striking Swiss movement, the striking mechanism with two gongs and repeat slide mounted to the case 40-60
61.     A gents open faced, gold plated "Waltham" keyless wind pocket watch (not working) with attached gold Albert chain (metal T bar) 29g approx. 150-180
62.     A matched set of six silver dinner forks, various dates; a set of six silver desert spoons, hallmarked London 1757; five silver desert forks, various dates; and four odd silver tea spoons, total weight 39oz approx. 240-260
63.     A Danish silver table spoon with decorative cast terminal, Copenhagen 1920, assayer Christian F Heise, the reverse engraved with initials and date 1920, 1.8oz 15-25
64.     A Danish silver table spoon with foliate cast stem, Copenhagen, assayers mark "HS", engraved "Winie & Frank" together with another Danish silver tablespoon with planished decoration, the stem cast "25" Copenhagen, assayer Christian F Heise, total weight 4.5ozt 30-40
65.     A Danish silver fruit spoon with decorative cast stem, Copenhagen 1915, assayer Christian F Heise, the back engraved with initials and 28/3 - 17; a Danish silver and ebony dessert spoon and a silver teaspoon, both Copenhagen and assayed by Christian F Heise, total weight approx 2.3ozt (not including ebony) and a Danish silver plated spoon (4) 30-50
66.     A silver sugar sifter of baluster form, Chester 1932, 5.3ozt 30-50
67.     A George V silver cigarette case of square form with guilloche decoration and engraved with initials, Birmingham 1926, 3.2ozt 20-30
68.     A rectangular silver cigarette box together with a pair of silver napkin rings, weight of napkin rings 2ozt 25-35
69.     A Mappin & Webb George V silver three piece tea service of dodecagonal form with decorative edging and comprising teapot with composition handle, two handled sugar bowl and cream jug together with a silver teaspoon, total weight 31.26ozt 220-280
70.     A George V faceted clear glass hip flask with hinged silver top and pull-off silver cup base, 16cms high, London 1927/28 60-80
71.     A pair of small Victorian silver trinket dishes shaped as card suits - club and heart, Birmingham 1898 together with a pair of small trinket dishes with pierced decoration Chester 1900, total weight 2.1ozt 25-35
72.     A pair of George III silver sauce ladles, London 1772 together with a silver sifter spoon London 1792, total weight 3.4ozt 30-40
73.     A good quality Walker and Hall silver fruit dish of rounded rectangular form, the rim cast with fruiting vine and with pierced and engraved border of fruiting vine, Sheffield 1939, 30.5cms x 23cms 21.86ozt 180-220
74.     An early 20th Century silver beaker, marks rubbed, 2ozt contained in fitted leather container stamped to the base "Asprey London" 30-50
75.     A silver vesta case with chased ivy leaf decoration; a silver cased cigar cutter and a silver plated telescopic "stirrup" cup (3) 20-40
76.     A Japanes sterling silver leaf shaped dish by Asahi Shoten, stamped "Steling 998", 21.5cms wide, 5.3ozt 25-35
77.     A George III silver caddy spoon with bright cut and engraved decoration, Birmingham 1813; another George III silver caddy spoon with shell bowl and bright cut decoration together with two others (4) 80-120
78.     A late Victorian silver nurses buckle cast with billing doves amongst scrolling foliage, Birmingham 1899, 1.4ozt 40-60
79.     A George III silver dessert spoon, Old English pattern; a silver fork and five silver teaspoons, total weight 3.8ozt 30-40
80.     A Chilean silver cigarette box the hinged cover with engraved inscription and applied enamelled blue flag with four white stars. The base marked "900 Chile" 12.5cms x 10.5cms 30-40
81.     A George V silver photograph frame of rectangular form with oak back and easel stand, inner measurements 20cms x 14.75cms 40-60
82.     A pair of George III silver candlesticks of tapering form with gadroon edging, detachable sconces and circular treen bases, Sheffield 1811, maker John Roberts & Co, 25.5cms high 200-250
83.     A silver cream jug with card cut rim and on four cabriol supports, Birmingham 1927, 5.9ozt 25-35
84.     A silver sugar caster with weighted base, 15cms high together with a circular silver trinket box with engraved decoration to the hinged cover, 8.5cms diam (2) 30-50
85.     A silver salt of squat circular form on three hoof supports, Birmingham 1928 1.8ozt with blue glass liner and together with a small stoneware vesta with silver rim (2) 20-40
86.     An early 20th Century cocktail shaker by Mappin & Webb with silver plated top, original cork and with colourful printed cockerel decoration, 22.5cms high together with another cocktail shaker with silver plated top and etched cockerel decoration, 21.5cms high (2) 30-50
87.     A Seager's London Gin crown cork opener in original wood case and a folding corkscrew together with three all metal "eyebrow" type corkscrews and one with a loop handle (6)
20-30
88.     A 19th Century papier mache snuff box of rectangular form the lid painted with a cockrel looking at a chick hatching, 8cms wide 30-40
89.     An Edwardian silver and mother of pearl folding knife, the mother of pearl handle with textured detail, Sheffield 1908 20-30
90.     A late 19th/early 20th Century Indonesian carved ivory figure of a Buddha seated on a dragon throne, with inset red glass eyes, the base with engraved script, 14cms high
50-70
91.     A Chinese interior painted glass snuff bottle decorated to each side with colourful song birds, with stopper, 5.5cms high 20-40
92.     A metal "slavery" tobacco tin, the hinged cover embossed with image of man seated on a barrel smoking a pipe "My Massa Sells De Best Tobacco" 7cms x 5cms 20-30
93.     A late Victorian button hook with decorative silver handle cast as a woman with three children, London 1886, overall measurement 29.5cms long 25-35
94.     A 19th Century copper and brass powder flask with adjustable nozzle and ropework detail to the body, 21.5cms long 20-30
95.     no lot
96.     James Tassie glass paste profile of Henry Hunter 1795, signed "Tassie F" in original oval moulded wood frame, measurements of bust 8cms high 5cms wide approx 100-150
97.     A large late 19th Century rectangular blue and white meat dish with unusual Chinoiserie printed pattern of figures in an extensive landscape, 48cms wide, impressed "18" 12-20
98.     A Beswick figure of a Scottish Blackface ram, gloss, 9cms high together with a Beswick figure of a blackface ewe, matt, 8cms high (2) 30-40
99.     A Beswick figure of a standing bay horse, 13.5cms high together with a standing bay foal, 11.5cms high (2) 15-25
100.    Two Beswick figures of Hereford calves, each standing, gloss, 7.5cms high (2) 25-35
101.    A Beswick figure of a Guernsey calf, standing, gloss, 7cms high 25-30
102.    A Beswick figure of a Blackface ewe and two lambs, all gloss, the ewe 8.5cms high (3) 15-25
103.    A pair of Karl Ens porcelain figures of a courting couple in 19th Century dress, both holding flowers with a letter in, 31cms high
40-60
104.    A 20th Century German porcelain table lamp base with figures of young woman and man dancing around floral encrusted tree on rococo base, 36.5cms high
30-40
105.    A pair of early 20th Century Meissen three branch candelabra, floral encrusted and with dancing cherubs at the base, underglaze blue crossed sword marks and impressed "Germany" 37.5cms high
30-50
106.    A late 19th Century Cauldon wash set, blue and white transfer decoration of Romanesque scene with chariot, temple and figures in the foreground, comprising jug, basin, soap dish and vase 30-50
107.    A part 19th Century tea and coffee set painted in Imari pattern 20-30
108.    A late 19th Century Samson porcelain tea caddy of triangular form painted in Chinese style with "Chinese" marks to base, with cover, 15cms high and together with a pair of Samson late 19th Century Chinese armorial style vases, 11.5cms high (3)
30-40
109.    A pair of 19th Century Continental figural candlesticks, floral encrusted and with well painted gilt detail, unmarked, 22.5cms high (2) 25-40
110.    Two pairs of Continental porcelain figures each with gold anchor mark and a single figure of a man playing pipes with bocage background (5) 30-40
111.    A matched pair of Chinese blue and white painted baluster vases each painted with dragons amongst flowers and foliage and with associated tops, character marks to base of each, 20cms high 40-60
112.    A pair of early 20th Century Japanese satsuma two handled baluster vases each painted with panels of Geisha and child and songbirds, red painted marks to base, 24cms high 40-60
113.    A small Chinese blue and white painted baluster vase and cover, painted with figures supporting a large vase, character marks to base, 16.5cms high including cover 20-30
114.    A pair of small Japanese Satsuma bottle vases with floral painted decoration, 15.5cms high; a Japanese Satsuma baluster vase with moulded lion mask handles painted in panels with man with turtle and lotus, red painted marks to base, 18cms high and a Japanese beaker vase, 12.5cms high (4) 30-50
115.    A rectangular slipware dish, the heavy red clay dish with simple ochre slip over terracotta glazed ground, 26cms x 31cms 40-60
116.    A James Skerrett miniature porcelain loving cup hand painted with pheasants, 3.5cms high together with a James Skerrettt miniature porcelain tureen and cover painted with pheasants, 5cms high (2) 30-40
117.    A James Skerrett hand painted porcelain plate, coffee cup and saucer, all with pheasant decoration together with a small container and cover with printed pheasant decoration (3) 25-35
118.    A Royal Worcester porcelain teacup and saucer painted by James Stinton with flying pheasants together with a small saucer painted by James Stinton with pheasants 30-50
119.    A Royal Worcester vase painted with pheasants perched in a wooded landscape by F J Bray, puce factory mark and numbered 2491, 7.5cms high 30-50
120.    A small Royal Worcester vase painted with pheasants perched on branch amongst fir cones by A Shuck, printed number to base 2491, 14.5cms high 25-35
121.    A small Royal Worcester bottle vase painted with pheasants perched in a wooded landscape by F R Bray, retailers stamp to base for W D Woods, Malvern and numbered 2491, 13.5cms high 30-40
122.    A Locke & Co, Worcester shaker with silver plated top, painted with a pheasant and signed W Stinton, 11.5cms high 10-15
123.    A Japanese bottle vase the shoulders painted in blue and white with Buddhist emblems, 22cms high 15-25
124.    Ridgways Homemaker - a milk jug, gravy boat, six egg cups, fourteen two handled soup bowls and twelve saucers 40-60
125.    Ridgways Homemaker - coffee set comprising coffee pot, milk jug, six cups and saucers 40-60
126.    Ridgways Homemaker - tea set comprising teapot, milk jug, eight cups and thirteen saucers 40-60
127.    Ridgways Homemaker - two vegetable dishes with covers, 24cms diam (2)
128.    Ridgway Homemaker - a group of assorted plates: seven 25.5cms diam, six 23cms diam; six 20cms diam and twelve 17.5cms diam; various dates 40-60
129.    Ridgway Homemaker - a quantity of assorted bowls: six soup bowls 18.5cms diam; seven 16.5cms diam; six 15.75cms diam and six 15cms diam bowls, various dates 30-50
130.    Ridgway Homemaker - four oval plates 30.5cms wide (4) 20-30
131.    A Bretby Pottery figure of a toad on a rock with impressed marks to base, 16cms high 15-25
132.    A small modern Moorcroft pottery dish with bullrush and lilly pattern, 12cms diam, boxed together with a similar dish in the poppy pattern, 12cms diam (2) 30-50
133.    A modern Moorcroft pottery vase of squat form with floral decoration, 9cms high, boxed 30-40
134.    A late 19th/early 20th Century Japanese blue and white glazed charger, painted with butterflies amid blossom, 35cms diam together with two other Japanese blue and white glazed plates, 23cms diam (3) 25-35
135.    A pair of large early 20th Century Continental bisque figures of a gallant and his lady, both with printed anchor mark to inside of base, 65.5cms high (2) 40-60
136.    A large early 20th Century Continental figural lamp of lady in 18th Century costume with garlands of flowers, now fitted as a table lamp but complete with original five branch floral encrusted candelabra top, height of base 74cms height of branched fitting 33cms 40-60
137.    A pair of late 19th Century Mettlach pedestal vases with impressed decoration, 26cms high 15-25
138.    no lot
139.    A Royal Doulton figure "Pantalettes" HN1362, 20cms high 30-40
140.    A Meissen porcelain figurural group of the Rape of the Sabine Women, damaged and repaired, 21.5cms high together with another Continental porcelain figure of a young man holding a wine pitcher, 27cms high (2) 20-30
141.    A Doulton Burslem Holbeinware wall plate having central portrait of a man within peacock feather border, 40cms diam 20-30
142.    A Japanese stoneware ginger jar of rounded form with simply painted blue decoration, glazed interior and simple marks to the base, 17cms high together with another Japanese stoneware ginger jar with blue painted decoration of lake scene with ship, fisherman and rocks, glazed interior, un-marked, 18cms high, both lack covers (2) 30-50
143.    A Chinese Yixing teapot of cylindrical form and with incised character "poem" and simple decoration, impressed mark to base, 10.5cms high
30-50
144.    A 19th Century blue glass decanter of rounded form with simple loop handle and original metal top and cork stopper, 19.5cms high not including stopper and together with similar green glass and amber glass decanters with original brass tops, one with cork stopper (3)
30-40
145.    An Art Nouveau art glass bowl, the amethyst glass squat oval bowl with opalescent surface painted with blue lilly type flower, 12.5cms high 20-40
146.    An early 20th Century pewter cased mantel timepiece having blue/green enamelled dial with painted Arabic numerals, the case stamped "Castle Pewter", 17.5cms high 27cms wide 80-120
147.    A Bentima anniversary timepiece, the circular pendulum base with painted metal figures, under glass dome, 19cms high 15-25
148.    A 19th Century French gilt painted spelter and onyx mantel timepiece, surmounted with a standing figure of a soldier holding a gun and flag, with pendulum and key, 43cms high 20-40
149.    An 8 day longcase clock by Edward Newton, Grantham, having arched brass dial with strike/silent dial in the arch and with subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, the case with lacquered arched trunk door (now overpainted) with winder, weights and pendulum 206cms high 250-350
150.    TAXIDERMY - a Victorian whimsical novelty miniature dog of bull terrier type, the brown and white animal wearing a leather collar, with inset brown glass eyes and standing on raised carpeted base against painted sky blue background, the case with glass front and paper covered pine back, size of case 26cms high 32cms wide max 300-400
151.    A Fallow buck head 30-50
152.    Collection of early 20th century and later Bartholomew and Ordnance Survey maps etc 30-50
153.    POTTER, Beatrix - The Tale of Mr Tod - 1912, first edition, and a quantity of children's books 20-25
154.    Collection of 19th century and later books on cookery 30-50
155.    ROSS, Sir John -Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage and of a Residence in the Arctic Regions during the Years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833 - A.. W. Webster, 1835 40-60
156.    DARWIN, Charles - The Origin of the Species, by means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life - 1869, fifth edition 100-200
157.    GREEN, John Richard - A Short History of the English People - four vols, illustrated edition, cloth bound 30-50
158.    HOBSON, R. L - Chinese Pottery and Porcelain - two vols, 1915, limited edition no. 225 of 1500 copies 300-500
159.    Collection of eleven reference books to include six, 'South Kensington Museum Art Handbook's' on Ivories, Japanese Pottery, and another, English Earthenware, English Porcelain, and The Jones Collection'; Victoria and Albert Museum Handbooks, Chinese Art, two vols; CHAFFERS, William - Handbook of Marks and Monograms on Pottery and Porcelain; FISHER, Stanley - English Ceramics and RACKHAM, Bernard - A Key to Pottery and Glass (11) 30-50
160.    LYTE, Sir Maxell - A History of Dunster - two vols, 1909 30-40
161.    A New Rupert Book - 1945, softback tog. w. a quantity of other later Rupert annuals 25-40
162.    Collection of books relating to geology and collecting 25-30
163.    Plan of Greater Manchester - 142cm x 140cm, linen backed, folded, coloured, undated 20-25
164.    Wheaton's New Map of Somerset - 92cm x 120cm, linen backed, folded 20-30
165.    The Virtues and Efficacy of the Water of Glastonbury in the County of Somerset - 1751 tog. w. PARKER, John Henry - The Architectural Antiquities of the City of Wells - 1866 (2) 30-50
166.    HUMPHREYS, A. L - Somersetshire Parishes tog. w. four other books relating to Somerset and the West Country, to include WEAVER - Wells Wills - 1890 (5) 25-30
167.    SPALDING, John - Memorialls of The Trubles in Scotland and in England, A.D 1624- A.D 1645 - two vols, The Spalding Club, 1860,
40-60
168.    Kelly's Directory of Cornwall - 1902, with a fold out map and advertisements to the front and rear 25-30
169.    Kelly's Directory of Bristol - 1889, with a fold out map to the front, and advertisements to the rear 25-30
170.    Kelly's Directory of Devonshire - 1910, with advertisements to the front and rear 25-30
171.    Kelly's Directory of Devonshire - 1902, with advertisements to the rear 25-30
172.    HAMMERTON, J. A - Our Wonderful World - four vols tog. w. The Golden Pathway - eight vols, and thirteen pamphlets of, My Garden, The Intimate Magazine for Garden Lovers (25) 20-25
173.    WILLIAMSON, B. G - The Polar Piggy - 1932, first edition, with nine full page illustrations by I. G. Williamsin 20-25
174.    WALTER VICTOR YEOMANS (early 20th Century) - a pair of watercolour and gouache paintings of dream/classical fable themes, signed, 30cms x 42cms, mounted but unframed (2) 15-25
175.    A set of four 20th Century Chinese scroll paintings each painted in watercolour with prunus in snow, on textured fabric and paper backing, each with red printed seal marks and character marks, contained in original box, the paintings measure 99.5cms x 38cms 50-80
176.    CLAUDE TABET (1924 - 1979) - Le Fiacre Jaune, oil on canvas, signed and titled and signed to the back of the canvas, 24.5cms x 33.5cms 130-180
177.    no lot 80-100
178.    19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - Cattle standing in a river with stormy sky, oil on board, unsigned, in modern decorative gilt frame, 24cms x 37.5cms 30-50
179.    LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - Three comical musicians, oil on board, unsigned, 26cms x 25cms 20-30
180.    19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - Inspecting Lunch, a group of monks looking at a Pike with selection of vegetables in a kitchen interior, oil on canvas, 79cms x 60cms, unframed 30-50
181.    GEORGE RICHARD DEAKINS (1911 - 1981) - Sunset with sailing ships, oil on board, signed and with artists card verso, 29cms x 101cms 20-40
182.    GEORGE RICHARD DEAKINS (1911 - 1981) - Viking Longships at Sunset, oil on board, signed and dated 73, 39cms x 171cms 20-40
183.    EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - Portrait of a young Duke of Wellington, half length, wearing a dark jacket with red waistcoat and white cravat, oil on board, unsigned, labels verso for Charles Roberson & Co, London, 36cms x 28cms, in gilt gesso frame 100-150
184.    A large 19th Century painted cast iron single sided figure of a recumbent lion, no foundry marks, 36cms high 65cms wide 50-80
185.    A large realistic model of a camel with leather covering and inset brown glass eyes, approx 59cms high 30-50
186.    A 19th Century "clock" picture, the night scene with inlaid mother of pearl and watch dial set into the clock tower, in original decorative frame, overall size 67cms x 56cms 20-40
187.    A vintage wall mounted coffee grinder with Delft style decorated ceramic body, metal grinder cast "Pe De" and glass well beneath, all mounted on wood wall plaque, 38cms high 30-40
188.    A 19th Century wooden work box the hinged cover with marquetry detail of three masted ship flying a red ensign, the interior with lift-out tray fitted with compartments and with three lids decorated with crosses pennants and cubes, 13cms high 32.5cms wide 23cms deep 30-50
189.    A c.1960's circular pedestal table together with four Centa swivel vinyl upholstered chairs, table 99cms diam 30-50
190.    A Stateroom by Stonehill teak shelf unit with cupboard base, c.1960's, 177cms high 55cms wide 15-25
191.    An Edwardian walnut kneehole desk, having inset gilt tooled leather top, frieze drawer flanked by rows of four short drawers on turned supports with brass casters, 75cm high, 137cm wide
60-80
192.    A late 19th/early 20th Century miniature pine chest of two short and three graduated long drawers with white glazed pottery handles, on plinth base, 30cms high 33.5cms wide 13.5cms deep 80-120
193.    A late 19th Century Japanese lacquer table cabinet having pair of doors with eagle and prunus enclosing three small drawers and with single drawer to base, the whole with decorative metal mounts, 32.5cms high 36cms wide 18cms deep 90-130
194.    A 19th Century Japanese marquetry and lacquer table cabinet of pedestal desk form, fitted with small drawers to one side and door enclosing small drawers to the other side 27cms high 50-80
195.    An early 20th Century oak washstand with marble top and side mounted towel rail, 76cms high 83.5cms wide 25-35
196.    A George IV inlaid rosewood spirit decanter box, the box with decorative line inlay and shell paterae, side brass carrying handles, the fitted interior containing six original decanters with sloping gilt decorated shoulders and shaped flattened stoppers, original oval glass tray and with two original glasses fitted inside the lid, box 23.5cms high 29.75cms wide 19cms deep
100-180
197.    A provincial late 18th/early 19th century standard dining chair, having ash stick back and stuff-over seat
10-15
198.    A Victorian satinwood chest of two short and two long drawers, with low raised back, 81cms high 107cms wide 30-50
199.    A good quality reproduction oak dresser the back fitted with shelves and with moulded panelled doors enclosing cupboards above two short drawers, the base fitted with three short drawers above three moulded panelled doors enclosing shelved cupboard and on low bracket supports, 190cms high 140cms wide 100-150
200.    A large 17th Century oak coffer having two plank top, panelled sides and back and carved detail to the front, carved with date "1664" to the front, the interior fitted with a candle box to one side, 72cms high 161cms wide 100-160
201.    An early 20th Century light oak bow back office chair with drop-in seat 20-40
202.    A Victorian inlaid walnut What-not of three shelves and with turned supports, 93cms high 60cms wide 25-35
203.    A 20th Century oak Glastonbury chair of peg construction, solid seat and the outside of one arm carved with Gothic lettering 40-60
204.    A late 19th Century carved oak spinning chair with shield shaped seat and on four turned supports, the tall back rest carved with monogram "TP" 30-40
205.    A late 18th/early 19th Century oak coffer having panelled front with carved decoration and with plain panelled sides and back, 57.5cms high 105cms wide 54cms deep (now mounted on casters) 60-80
206.    A Victorian wooden mug shaped measure with simple side mounted ring handle, stamped to the outside and inside with crowned VR and "268", 16cms high 30-40
207.    A 19th Century mahogany breakfront bookcase having moulded cornice above astragal glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves and with arched panelled doors to the base, on plinth base, 224cms high 277cms wide 100-150
208.    A Victorian rectangular pine kitchen table having two drawers fitted to one side and on four square supports, with later blue melamine top, the top 177cms x 71cms 90-130
209.    A Victorian oak library table having inset tooled leather top, fitted with two drawers to one side and on four tapering cylindrical ring turned supports, 76cms high 152cms wide 91cms deep 90-130
210.    A set of four rush seated ladder back chairs 30-50
211.    A mahogany pedestal desk, the inset leather top with brass presentation plaque dated 1937 and fitted with central frieze drawer flanked by four small drawers and on plinth base 76cms high 107cms wide 50-70
212.    A Victorian mahogany buffet, the base fitted with two short drawers and cupboard and on original casters, 122.5cms wide 120.5cms high max 60-80
213.    An early 20th Century childs chair with bow back supported on plain sticks, slightly shaped seat on four rounded supports 15-30
214.    A Victorian mahogany hall chair, the back with moulded scroll and circle detail 15-25
215.    A Victorian oak library table with low raised back, inset leather top (replaced), two frieze drawers and on four baluster turned supports, 73cm high, 151cm wide, 86cm deep
90-130
216.    A late 19th Century upholstered bow back chair 20-40
217.    A small late 19th/early 20th Century stripped pine chest with side mounted rope handles, 38cms high 79cms wide 40-60
218.    A Victorian walnut music cabinet with plaque for Rough & Son London, having single glazed door enclosing two sliding shelves with compartments beneath, 103cms high 51.5cms wide 30-50
219.    A Victorian style cabinet having pair of glazed doors enclosing shelves above pair of doors with decorative mouldings enclosing shelved cupboard, 183cms high 96cms wide 30-50
220.    A Victorian walnut sideboard having raised mirrored back with turned and vase shaped pillar supports, the base with two drawers above doors enclosing cupboard, 189cms high 154cms wide 20-30
221.    An early 20th Century oak pedestal desk having inset leather top, central drawer flanked by four short drawers, 74cms high 122cms wide 30-60
222.    A large stained oak and pine coffer having panelled lid and sides 84cms high 162cms wide 40-60
223.    A 20th Century three piece Bergere suite comprising two chairs and a three seater settee, the arms with claw and ball terminals and all on claw and ball supports, complete with cushions 70-100
224.    A Sheraton style inlaid mahogany shield shaped dressing mirror, 51cms high 35.5cms wide 25-35
225.    A 19th Century square upholstered dressing table stool having scroll moulded shaped sides and on four decorative cabriol supports 20-40