Antiques Sale on
Wednesday 21st June 2017

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1.      A 9ct gold hollow, hinged bangle, with floral engraving to the front, 13.7g approx. 80-120
2.      An 18ct gold fringe necklace of openwork tear-shaped panels, 20g approx. 180-220
3.      An 18ct gold and platinum mounted, three stone, illusion set diamond ring, in openwork case mount, ring size O 60-80
4.      A carved jade pendant, the mounts marked .585, on a 9ct gold chain 30-40
5.      A pair of 9ct gold, pierced Masonic earrings; a pair of 9ct gold Creole earrings and a metal "Birthday Bears" pendant 25-35
6.      A silver curb link bracelet together with other modern silver and silver metal jewellery, pendants, heart shaped dish and other items 20-40
7.      A Victorian 9ct gold (tested) square panel brooch with circular centre panel, with all over engraved foliate decoration; and a 9ct gold bar brooch set with mauve glass stones, total weight 5g approx. 50-60
8.      An unusual silver (tested) oval brooch engraved with a view of "St Decumans Church" Watchet; a silver and enamel lily of the valley brooch and a modern silver and marcasite brooch (3) 40-60
9.      A silver charm bracelet with attached small charms, another similar, a strand of pearls with a 9ct gold clasp, another strand of pearls, small silver lockets, earrings, etc. 30-50
10.     A large silver and labradorite ring, a silver and tigers eye ring, a silver ring set with a Wedgwood panel and four other rings 30-50
11.     A 9ct gold bar brooch, set with a mauve stone and seed pearls; and a 9ct gold cased manual wind wristwatch (2) 20-40
12.     A 14K gold tied floral spray brooch with cultured pearl flower heads; a white metal and cultured pearl floral brooch; an .835 TEKA bar brooch and three other decorative brooches (6) 40-60
13.     A pair of 9ct gold gents oval cufflinks with engine turned decoration, 3.5g approx. 35-45
14.     An 18ct gold "MIZPAH" ring, size P, the ring enlarged with metal inset, 3.5g approx.; and an 18ct diamond set ring of flowerhead form, size P+ (2) 50-80
15.     A 9ct gold bar brooch of flower head form and an 18ct gold dress ring set with an oblong, faceted amethyst (damaged), size Q (2) 30-40
16.     A silver hinged bangle with floral engraved decoration, a pair of silver engine turned cufflinks and a small quantity of assorted costume jewellery 15-25
17.     A pair of 9ct gold and pearl shirt studs in red leather case and together with a pair of pearl screw fitting earrings 20-40
18.     A 9ct gold circular watch fob medallion, engraved "1938 AEC BILLIARDS", cased, 7g approx.; and a cased R.A.O.B. enamelled 9ct gold medallion, dated 1923, 8g approx. (pressed mounts to ribbon) (2) 130-150
19.     An 18ct gold diamond cluster ring, of snowflake form, size S 140-180
20.     A 9ct gold dress ring, set with an oval faceted pale yellow quartz, possibly citrine, size R+ 60-80
21.     A 9ct gold ring set with clear topaz in a flower head form, size S; a wide 9ct gold eternity ring, size R+, 4g approx.; and a 9ct gold signet ring, size O+, 4g approx. (3) 70-100
22.     A heavy silver charm bracelet with attached charms, to include a lighthouse, clock, bear, bottle, yacht, etc., 3.6oz approx. 30-40
23.     A silver articulated fish pendant on a silver chain 10-15
24.     A 9ct gold dress ring, set with a single row of five green stones, ring size L; a 9ct gold gypsy ring (stones missing) and a 9ct gold ring set with three pink glass stones A/F, ring size M+ (2)
40-60
25.     A 9ct gold oval cameo ring, carved with a ladies head in profile, size K; and a similar 9ct gold mounted cameo pendant on a 9ct gold chain (chain weight 10g approx.) 70-100
26.     A 9ct gold cased ladies "Ingersoll" wrist watch, a plain 9ct gold tie pin, 1.8g approx.; assorted pierced earrings and costume jewellery, contained in a black leatherette case 30-40
27.     A 9ct gold wedding band, size K, 2g approx.; and a 9ct gold ring set with a row of seven small diamonds, size K (2) 30-40
28.     A 9ct gold dress ring, set with a faceted orange quartz, size N; and another 9ct gold ring set with an oval faceted amethyst, size M+ (2) 30-40
29.     A 9ct gold (tested) curb link bracelet, set with five turquoise, oval cabochons 40-60
30.     A 9ct gold stick pin set with a red stone in leather case together with another stick pin 15-20
31.     A ladies diamond and platinum cased "Hamilton" wrist watch, the case engraved "ESTHER B MACOMBER", manual wind movement, silvered dial with black Arabic numerals, the dial with a surround of diamonds and to the lugs, black cord straps 150-200
32.     A gents 18ct gold cased, "Gleencar", manual wind wristwatch, the silverd dial with baton and Arabic numerals, and on a replaced leather strap 45-70
33.     A gents "Omega Dynamic" wristwatch in a brushed steel oval case, black and steel dial with baton numerals and date aperture; and a gents gilt metal "Regency" wristwatch with integral mesh strap, the dial with baton numerals and date aperture (2) 15-30
34.     A ladies 9ct gold cased octagonal wristwatch with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dials; together with two other 9ct gold cased ladies wristwatches (3) 50-60
35.     An early 20th Century gents 9ct gold cased wristwatch having square silvered metal dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, Swiss jewelled movement and on brown leather strap 100-140
36.     A Waltham gold plated hunting cased pocket watch with 9ct gold curb link Albert having attached 9ct gold swivel medallion and gold metal bosun's whistle, weight of Albert and medallion 45.3g 300-350
37.     A 9ct gold cased half hunter pocket watch having white enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial 180-200
38.     A small silver four division toast rack, Sheffield 1936, 1.65oz 20-30
39.     A cased set of six silver teaspoons, Sheffield 1944 15-25
40.     A cased set of silver cake forks by Mappin & Webb, 4.2oz together with a cased set of silver coffee spoons with bean terminals (2) 30-50
41.     A cased set of 12 silver teaspoons together with a cased set of six silver teaspoons, total weight 7.2oz (2) 40-50
42.     A modern silver snuff box with cast castle design to the hinged cover, gilt interior, Birmingham 1977 1.1oz 30-50
43.     A rectangular silver vesta case with chased decoration together with a silver and white metal cigar cutter (2) 20-30
44.     A cased set of six Hong Kong silver teaspoons with carved jade terminals 20-30
45.     A cased silver Christening spoon and fork together with a cased Vietnamese smokers set comprising cigarette case, cigarette holder and lighter all with chased decoration, the case stamped "Argent 900" (2) 30-50
46.     A small German silver chamberstick with shaped square base and ring handle; a small German silver salt and spoon, total weight 2.18oz; a dwarf silver candle stick Chester 1919 with weighted base and an Indian enamelled silver locket on chain 40-60
47.     A pair of George V silver candlesticks of slender form having drip trays and with loose ring detail to the stem, weighted bases, 18.5cms high, Birmingham 1910 40-60
48.     Two cased sets of silver napkin rings (P & O souvenir World Cruise 1996) still in original plastic wrapping, weight including plastic 4.23oz (2) 30-40
49.     Five assorted silver napkin rings, total weight 3.1oz 20-30
50.     Three modern silver fronted photograph frames in early 20th Century style, all with easel back supports, the largest 14cms x 14cms max (3) 40-60
51.     A silver dressing table set comprising hand mirror, hair brush, clothes brush and comb, with guilloche decoration, Birmingham 1956 40-60
52.     A Victorian silver low pedestal bon bon dish with semi fluted decoration and vacant scrolling foliate cartouche, London 1865, 5.5oz 40-50
53.     A Sterling silver peperette modelled in the form of Shou Lou, 6.5cms high 20-40
54.     A silver cigarette case 1.8oz, a small micro mosaic brooch in gilt metal mount (lacks pin) and a silver mounted pin cushion in the form of a circular basket, Birmingham 1915 (3) 30-40
55.     Two silver trophy cups, a silver caster, silver vesta case, silver pepperettes, silver salts, napkin ring, brooch, locket and other items, total weighable silver 13.3oz 70-100
56.     A cased set of six silver handled tea knives; a cased set of six mother of pearl handled tea knives; a cased set of six silver plated grapefruit spoons and knife and a cased silver plated dessert set (4) 25-35
57.     A cased pair of decorative silver plated fish servers with engraved openwork decoration together with a cased set of fish knives and forks and another complete with servers (3) 15-30
58.     A late Victorian Tunbridgeware crib marker board, rosewood and boxwood with central panel of typical floral marquetry, panel in the back containing four wood markers and together with a carved wood needlecase (2) 20-30
59.     A Victorian silver and mother of pearl pen knife in leather case 20-30
60.     Three well cast gilt brass mounts, classical style depicting the seasons Spring, Summer and Autumn, 8.5cms high (3) 20-40
61.     A small group of clay and other artefacts found after the demolition of the Cliftonville Hotel (Margate) includes an early cone shaped seal and simple clay figure 20-30
62.     An Omar Ramsden & Alwyn Carr silver matchbox holder, the top embossed with galleon in full sail with rising sun behind, the sides with ropework detail, no silver marks but tests as silver, makers marks present, on four ball supports, 1.5oz 100-150
63.     A small silver and mother of pearl ring tree together with two heavy silver rings (3) 12-20
64.     A Georgian carved fruitwood shoe shaped snuff box; a pressed leather snuff box with silver metal mounts; a treen whistle; acorn shaped thimble holder; rootwood carving; coquilla nut needle case and other items 50-80
65.     A Georgian tortoiseshell needlecase with silver pique work decoration together with a 19th Century tortoiseshell hair comb with hinged silver metal bauble decoration (2) 30-40
66.     Six mother of pearl and silver pen knives (6) 30-40
67.     A late 19th/early 20th Century novelty pottery vesta in the form of an old boot with kitten and mouse, 9.5cms long, German made 15-25
68.     A Victorian mother of pearl handled pen knife with steel blade stamped "VR Halstaff" together with two silver and mother of pearl folding knives and other items
20-30
69.     A silver dip pen by Mordan & Co, in long tapering case with central panel of chased decoration, 20cms long, with nib, London 1926 50-60
70.     Three small Russian black lacquered brass figures of ballet dancers, each with marks to the base, 17cms high (3) 30-50
71.     A small Edwardian silver pin cushion of rectangular form on four splay supports, 6cms wide together with a 19th Century tortoiseshell card case with mother of pearl inlaid decoration 9cms x 4.75cms (2) 50-70
72.     A Royal Crown Derby paperweight Debonair Bear, with gold seal and boxed, 12cms high 20-40
73.     A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, Wren, with gold stopper, boxed 20-30
74.     A Royal Crown Derby paperweight Catnip Kitten, with gold seal, in box 20-30
75.     An Albany Fine China limited edition porcelain figure of Red Rum modelled by David Lovegrove, on wood base, 36cms high including base 60-80
76.     A Walter Moorcroft pottery vase, of tall ovoid shape, clematis flambe pattern, signed with blue initials and impressed marks to base, 32cms high 180-280
77.     A Walter Moorcroft pottery shallow bowl with floral pattern, impressed marks and signed initials to reverse, 24.5cms diam 30-40
78.     A pair of tall. slender Julius Dressler majolica ewers having scrolling handles and bases and in green and brown glazes, marked to bases "JBD" 48cms high 50-70
79.     A small Oriental porcelain bowl painted in blue with prunus, 12cms diam together with a small Chinese enamelled copper spill vase, 5cms high (2) 15-25
80.     A Royal Doulton stoneware jardiniere with autumnal leaf pattern, impressed factory mark, 19cms high 30-40
81.     A Minton Parian figure "Bells Miranda" by John Bell, the maiden seated on a rock with a shell at her feet, impressed marks, 39cms high 40-60
82.     A Royal Doulton Frost Pine pattern dinner and tea service includes veg dishes, meat dishes, teapot, coffee pot, cups and saucers etc (a lot) 25-40
83.     A 20th Century Japanese part glazed terracotta figure of a man practising martial art exercises, impressed marks to base, 21.5cms high 15-25
84.     A Victorian Rockingham style green and gilt tea set comprising teapot, sugar bowl with cover, milk jug, slops bowl, two cake plates, 11 saucers, 12 wide cups and 7 other cups 70-100
85.     A 19th Century Chinese blue and white tall cylindrical vase with flared neck painted in panels and with prunus detail, underglaze blue four character mark to base, 30.5cms high; a similar smaller vase painted with dragons amongst clouds chasing a flaming pearl, underglaze blue four character mark to base, 26cms high and another similar vase, unmarked (3) 100-150
86.     A 19th Century Chinese blue and white painted baluster vase and cover, the cover with kylin finial and the body painted with horned four toed dragons amongst flowers and foliage, underglaze blue four character mark to base, 28cms high max 60-80
87.     A 19th Century Chinese blue and white baluster vase painted with ladies reading under a palm, underglaze blue four character mark to base, 26.5cms high 100-130
88.     A matched pair of 19th Century Chinese blue and white double gourd vases with covers, painted with scaly four toes dragons amongst flowers and foliage, each with underglaze blue four character mark to base, 27cms high 200-300
89.     A large Capodimonte figural group of The Last Supper by Bruno Merli, signed, and on wood base and with plate glass cover, 89cms long 100-200
90.     A 19th Century Chinese blue and white moon flask with Ruyi sceptre handles, painted with man and his servant beneath pine tree and with scrolling foliage, underglaze blue four character mark to base, 26cms high 80-120
91.     A pair of early 20th Century Continental porcelain figures of a young man and young woman in Regency costume, with impressed marks and blue painted "Hidd" marks to base, 34cms high 30-50
92.     A set of five 19th Century Samson porcelain allegorical figures, each wearing a coronet and with gold painted anchor mark, 19cms high (5) 120-160
93.     A late 19th Century Continental porcelain figure of a woman in classical dress standing beside a painting on an easel and holding a palette, underglaze blue mark and impressed marks to base, 22.5cms high 40-60
94.     A late 19th/early 20th Century Continental porcelain figure of a young girl putting a note in her bodice, blue factory mark and impressed marks to base, 24cms high 30-40
95.     Royal Albert Old Country Roses tea set, dinner plates, salt and pepper shakers, dinner plates and gravy boat and stand 60-80
96.     A 19th Century Nailsea green glass walking stick having tapering spiral twist handle and square section shaft, 96cms long 15-25
97.     A Nailsea type clear glass walking stick of spiral twist form and filled with many small red, blue, light brown and white beads, 99cms long 20-40
98.     A 19th Century Nailsea green glass walking stick of slender, tapering spiral form, 99cms high together with another Nailsea green glass walking stick of spiral form, 119cms long (2) 20-40
99.     A late Victorian glug glug decanter with silver collar, London 1890, and with associated stopper, 25.5cms high 25-35
100.    A quantity of cranberry glass including vases; sugar casters and bowl 30-40
101.    A pair of Victorian heavy glass rummers with etched fruiting vine decoration, each with an engraved inscription "A Present from Fredk Kerley To His Mother Jane Kerley 1879" and ".....To His Father James Kerley 1870" 16cms high (2)
60-80
102.    FOUGASSE - eight original posters from the Careless Talk Costs Lives series, 32cms x 20cms, all in black frames (8) 150-200
103.    JULIAN TREVELYAN (1910 - 1988) - Islam, etching, artist's proof, signed and titled in pencil, 35cms x 47.5cms 300-350
104.    DENISE BROWN (20th Century British) - Thatched Cottages, limited edition lithograph no.4/25, signed and numbered by the artist, gallery label verso, 23cms x 21.5cms 12-20
105.    After J NASH - Haddon Hall, Derbyshire, Banqueting Hall, coloured lithograph, titled in pencil 30cms x 41cms 10-20
106.    ARTHUR GEORGE BELL (1849 - 1916) - Quay scene with houses in the background, watercolour, signed 36cms x 26cms
30-40
107.    LATE 19TH CENTURY INDIAN SCHOOL - A man and two women in fine dress infront of a tree with two peacocks perched in the branches, watercolour and gouache heightened with white and gilt, 29cms x 18cms, unframed and together with a number of loose old trimmed prints 20-40
108.    C M HART (Early 20th Century English School) - View of the coast from a rocky cliff, watercolour, signed, 17cms x x 51cms 20-30
109.    BERNARD JACKSON - Running Before The Storm, Red Deer in snow, watercolour, signed, 34cms x 48.5cms 15-25
110.    A pair of early 20th Century Japanese watercolours of geese and duck, another pair of village scenes and a single watercolour of moonlight river scene with Mount Fuji behind. All with black character marks and red printed seal marks (5) 20-30
111.    In the manner of Anthony Vandyke Copley Fielding (1787 - 1855) - Fishing boat in choppy coastal waters and Fishermen rowing to sailing vessels preparing to sail, a pair, watercolours, unsigned, 15cms x 22cms 70-100
112.    HOOPER (early 20th Century) - an oval miniature portrait of a young woman, half length, watercolour on ivory or ivorine panel, signed Hooper, in brass frame with enclosed brass back, 10.5cms x 8.5cms 30-50
113.    19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL - a miniature gouache panel of figures in a palace garden with fountain, in brass frame, 5.5cms x 8.5cms and together with three brass framed photographic portraits (4) 30-50
114.    CECILE CROMBEKE (1921 - 2002) - a folio of pencil life studies, linocuts, caligraphy, pages of linocut designs c.1948 together with photographs of Crombeke and Garden Book c.1989 70-100
115.    T** COLLINS (early 20th Century English School) - Pastoral scene with man driving cattle down lane beside thatched cottage, watercolour, signed, 61cms x 48cms in gilt gesso frame 100-120
116.    FRED FITCH (1880 - 1925) - Rural village scene with horse drawn cart, figures and geese and another with cows drinking and figures, a pair, watercolours, both signed, 24cms x 37cms, in gilt frames (2) 50-80
117.    EARLY 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - Figures talking in a lane in a rocky landscape, cottages and river beyond, watercolour, unsigned, 20cms x 28cms 30-40
118.    20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - Sithean Mor across Gairloch Ross and Cromerty 1974, watercolour, signed and titled, 34cms x 55cms 20-30
119.    A collection of 19 small Chinese gouache paintings on rice paper of figures, boats and birds, all unframed (19) 30-40
120.    19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - Landscape with figures travelling a path on the edge of a large wood, oil on canvas, unsigned, 29cms x 40.5cms in original gilt gesso frame 150-200
121.    19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - Shooting subjects: Spaniels and Mallard near wetland and Setters with dead game in Highland scene, both signed indistinctly, oil on canvas (now laid on board) in original gilt gesso frames, a pair, 29cms x 38cms (2) 400-600
122.    20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL - city street scene with figures, oil on board, 53cms x 45cms together with two other similar oil paintings (3) 20-30
123.    CECILE CROMBEKE (1921 - 2002) - Portrait of a Thailander, head and shoulders, oil on board, signed, 41cms x 29cms 50-70
124.    An Edwardian oak cased mantel clock having circular convex white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, two train movement striking the hour and half hour on gongs and in architectural case with pillars flanking the dial door, 41.5cms high 60-80
125.    A late Victorian German made mantel clock having square brass dial with silvered chapter ring, two train movement hour and half hour striking on a gong, in wood case, 29cms high 25-35
126.    A Victorian Ansonia mantel clock in architectural marble and black slate case, having cream enamel chapter ring, visible escapement, striking on a gong, with pendulum and key, 34.5cms high 44cms wide 25-40
127.    An early 20th Century "DUFA" German made mantel clock in arched mahogany case having silvered metal dial, three train movement striking on gongs, 23cms high 30-40
128.    An early 20th Century mantel clock with alarm, in rectangular oak case, metal dial with black Arabic numerals and subsidiary alarm dial, and with two metal bells mounted to the top of the case, 22.5cms high max and together with an 8 day mantel timepiece (2) 25-40
129.    A late 18th century 30 hour longcase clock, in oak case, by Francis Pile, Honiton; and with 27.5cm square brass dial with cast mask and foliate spandrels, date aperture and engraved makers name, with pendulum and weight, 203cm high 100-150
130.    A late 19th Century Louis XV style boulle cased mantel clock by S Marti et Cie, having cream enamel dial, hour and half hour striking on a gong, with gilt metal mounts and with pendulum and key, 35cms high max 150-200
131.    An Edwardian bracket clock in arch topped red walnut case having silvered dial with regulator and chime/silent dials in the arch, two train movement striking on two gongs, with pendulum and key, 36cms high 100-150
132.    An early 20th century eight day longcase clock, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd plate on the arched brass dial, having silver metal chapter ring and subsidiary seconds dial, the side of the hood with fret carvings, striking on a gong, with pendulum, weights and key, 217cm high 100-150
133.    A Persian style rug in pastel colours, 159.5cm x 90cm 12-20
134.    An old Afghan wool rug, having central medallions within geometric guard stripes in shades of brown, 128cm x 84cm 20-40
135.    An old Turkoman rug of traditional style in red, blue and black, 130cm x 101cm 30-50
136.    A Victorian cast iron stick stand cast with foliate decoration and with original cast drip tray, 63cms high 51cms wide 50-70
137.    An early 20th Century Dutch brass wall hanging hall mirror having central bevelled glass plate and with two suspended clothes brushes, 50.5cms x 45cms and together with a circular brass framed convex mirror 37cms diam (2) 20-40
138.    A brass coal helmet, pair of brass fire dogs, brass companion set, heraldic brass fire screen, brass tongs and poker and a large embossed brass dish 30-50
139.    A large 19th century brass cream pan with two handles, 49.5cm diameter 30-40
140.    A cast brass fox mask door stop together with a cast bronze bell (2) 20-40
141.    An Edwardian William Tonks & Sons brass coal bin of square section with domed lift off cover and decorated with ribbon tied husk garlands, with side carrying handles and with original liner, 38cms high not including cover 80-120
142.    An early 20th Century steel milking pail from a milking bale, with swing carrying handle, 39cms high not including handle 20-30
143.    A pair of decorative brass and turned wood candlesticks 19.5cms high together with a pair of miniature brass candlesticks
10-15
144.    An early 20th century brass standard lamp with decorative floral embossed base 30-50
145.    A good quality Victorian coloured glass hall lantern, each leaded panel with geometric design of coloured glass and with decorative frame, one panel hinging open and on suspension chain, 33cm high 90-120
146.    After Giovanni De Martino a small bronze bust of a smiling woman in a headscarf mounted on a stepped marble base, signed verso, 22cms high 60-80
147.    An Art Deco style brass table lamp the base with nude figure of a young woman, marked "Moreau" and with red glass shade, 44cms high 20-30
148.    A Victorian oil lamp having faceted clear glass reservoir on decorative brass pillar and circular stepped black base and with etched shade, 54cms high 40-60
149.    Two old French wooden champagne bottle crates, each fitted for 10 bottles, one with red stencil mark "Gerin Vins Fin", 58cms wide 38cms high (2) 30-40
150.    A 19th century violin having two piece back of medium curl, un-named, 35.5cm long, an old bow with ivory frog (a.f.); another unmarked bow and in good quality 19th century mahogany case, the interior fully fitted, the case 79.5cm long 90-150
151.    A late 19th Century oval Anglo Indian carved wood tray 58.5cms over handles 12-25
152.    A Persian style rug in pastel pink, blue and cream, 207cm x 133cm 15-20
153.    An early 20th century folding rocking chair 20-30
154.    A reproduction Georgian style mahogany twin pedestal dining table with side leaf insert, together with a matching set of six (4+2) dining chairs 15-25
155.    A Victorian upholstered nursing chair, button back and on low turned front supports 20-40
156.    A Brights of Nettlebed cabinet with pair of glazed doors above a moulded pair of doors enclosing a cupboard, 184.5cm high, 91.5cm wide 30-50
157.    A good quality heavy pine refectory table, having three plank cleated top, on vase shaped supports, 187cm x 80cm 300-350
158.    A set of six modern heavy Windsor chairs 80-120
159.    A modern rectangular pine table, 122cm x 86cm, and a set of four Windsor chairs 50-70
160.    A modern mahogany pedestal desk with inset red leather top, 77cm high, 139cm wide 20-40
161.    A reproduction serpentine side table fitted with single long drawer, 92cm wide 15-20
162.    A Victorian inlaid rosewood games/work table, the fold over swivel top with marquetry inlay chequerboard back gammon and cribbage board, fitted with single drawer and pull out work box, 73cm high, 64cm wide 250-350
163.    A Georgian mahogany bureau bookcase, having dentil cornice, a pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, the base with fall flap enclosing stepped interior fitted with drawers and 'secret' pull-out document compartment, two short and three graduated long drawers and bracket supports, 208cm high, 92.5cm wide 60-80
164.    An early 20th century inlaid mahogany wardrobe with mirrored door and drawer in base, 198cm high, 126cm wide 20-40
165.    An early 20th century Arts and Crafts style oak chest of three long drawers, 78cm high, 97cm wide 30-40
166.    A Victorian stained pine chest of two short and three long drawers on turned supports, 115cm high, 105cm wide 40-60
167.    A Georgian mahogany chest of three long drawers, 75cm high, 87.5cm wide 40-50
168.    A Victorian oak side table fitted with a single drawer fitted with decorative brass handles and on turned supports 40-50
169.    A Victorian chaise longue with buttoned back rest and on bulbous turned supports, 150cm long max. 30-50
170.    A Victorian rectangular mahogany extending dining table on four turned supports (no leaves), 130cm x 113cms, together with a single mahogany dining chair 15-30
171.    A Victorian green upholstered nursing chair with tall buttoned back and on foliate scroll moulded front supports 30-40
172.    An unusual oak side cabinet having central panelled doors flanked by spiral twist pillars and on low bulbous supports, 87cm high, 120cm wide 60-80
173.    A George III oak chest of two short and three long drawers, with brass handles and on bracket supports, 101cm high, 102cm wide 90-150
174.    A 19th century pine unit of nine small cupboards and open shelf, 122cm high, 17cm wide, 29cm deep 100-130
175.    A 19th century ash ladder back chair with rush seat and flattened arm rests, with turned front supports, together with another ladder back chair with rush seat (2) 90-150
176.    A Victorian gilt gesso over mantel mirror with foliate decoration, 81cm high, 125cm wide max. 30-40
177.    A late 19th/early 20th century mahogany open fronted bookshelf with three adjustable shelves, 104cm high, 82cm wide 20-40
178.    A Victorian mahogany circular tilt top table on hexagonal support and tri form base, 84cm diameter 20-40
179.    A 19th century marquetry decorated mahogany cabinet with oak carcass, having single frieze drawer and tambour, enclosing shelved cupboard, 84cm high, 102cm wide, 57cm deep max. 100-150
180.    A 19th century mahogany campaign chair, having carved back, leather strap seat and arms, the whole folding down for transportation 100-150
181.    A 20th century oak monks bench with lion arm rests and moulded panels to the base, 96cm wide max. 30-40
182.    A Victorian rosewood octagonal work table with original fitted interior and on tapering, octagonal pedestal and scrolling tripod base, 71cm 40-60
183.    A Georgian style mahogany bureau bookcase, having openwork swans neck pediment, astragal glazed doors enclosing two shelves, the base with fall front above cupboard, the whole with blind fret moulding, approx. 238cm high, 101cm wide 70-100
184.    A Victorian rosewood what-not of six serpentine graduated shelves supported by open spiral twist pillars, 152cm high, 65cm wide 150-200
185.    An Ercol light wood dresser with shelved back, two drawers and cupboards, 161cm high, 123cn wide 60-80
186.    A Victorian rosewood Davenport with drawers and dummy drawers, with spiral twist supports, 82cm high, 60cm wide 40-60
187.    A Windsor farmhouse chair, having tall back, shaped seat and turned supports 70-80
188.    An Edwardian mahogany framed upholstered chair 30-40
189.    A late 19th/early 20th century marble top washstand, fitted with an arrangement of drawers and cupboard, 80cm high, 107cm wide 40-60
190.    A Victorian rectangular gilt gesso framed wall mirror, overall size 100cm x 74cm 40-60
191.    A Victorian mahogany circular tilt top breakfast table on octagonal vase shaped pedestal, circular tiered lappet base and naturalistic carved lions paw supports, 127cm diameter 120-150
192.    An Edwardian mahogany wardrobe with mirrored door and drawer in base, 193cm high, 131cm wide 50-70
193.    An Edwardian double bed, having inlaid mahogany head and foot boards, with irons 20-40
194.    A George IV bow front mahogany chest of two short and three graduated long drawers, 106cm high, 104cm wide 50-80
195.    A Victorian mahogany pedestal sideboard with low raised back, three frieze drawers, each pedestal with door enclosing shelves and celarette drawer, 196cm wide 40-60
196.    A Victorian mahogany serpentine side table on bobbin turned front supports and with low raised back, 105cm wide 25-35
197.    A matched pair of Victorian rosewood bed side cabinets, 73cm high 80-100
198.    A set of six 19th century mahogany dining chairs with stuff over seat (4+2), and a pair of Regency style mahogany dining chairs with drop in seats (8) 90-130
199.    A good quality early 19th century mahogany three pillar dining table, each octagonal tapering pillar on shaped base, the tops with moulded edging and together with a pair of "edges" which can be fitted to make a pair of free standing breakfast tables, 237cm x 131cm when fully constructed 400-600
200.    A late Victorian mahogany dressing table with mirrored back, jewellery drawers, two short and three long drawers with decorative brass handles, 107cm wide 40-60
201.    An Edwardian inlaid mahogany dressing table with mirrored back above three short drawers, two short and one long drawer and on square tapering supports 40-60
202.    A Victorian mahogany piano stool, having upholstered circular seat with later needlework cover, octagonal pedestal and shaped base 30-40
203.    A 20th century upholstered low back seat with out curving upholstered ends and on low supports, 114cm wide 15-25
204.    Two 19th century ash ladder back rush seated chairs (2) 40-60
205.    A Georgian style mahogany waterfall bookcase, fitted with four base drawers and on curved front supports, 123cm high, 92.5cm wide 140-160
206.    An aneroid barometer and thermometer in inlaid mahogany case 15-25
207.    A fox mask on ring suspension 15-25
208.    A pair of Longhorn cattle horns mounted on a wood shield, 151cms from tip to tip 50-80
209.    MAXWELL-LYTE, Sir - A History of Dunster and of the families of Mohun and Luttrell - two vols, 1909, with numerous illustrations throughout, uniformly bound with each front board bearing the coat of arms for Mohun and Luttrell
210.    MAXWELL-LYTE, H. C - Dunster and its Lords, 1066-1881, with a descriptive sketch of Dunster Castle by G. T. Clarke, and a chapter on the siege and surrender of Dunster Castle by E. Green - 1882, a limited printing of 350 copies, this being un-numbered, with illustrations [all as called for], bearing the coat of arms for Mohun and Luttrell and bound in to the book is a handwritten note which reads, with Mr. Luttrell's compliments