Antique Sale on
Wednesday 24th May 2017

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1.      An 18ct gold dress ring, set with a central red spinel, with two white sapphires to either side, ring size N 40-60
2.      A late 19th century lava cameo bracelet, with nine oval cameos carved with young ladies heads, in silver metal mounts; a small gold metal mourning brooch; a winged ivory brooch carved with a cherubs head, etc. 30-50
3.      An 18ct gold diamond and blue spinel ring. The ring with central blue spinel with a diamond to either side, each diamond 1/4 carat approx. Ring size M.
4.      A 9ct rose gold double Albert chain, with attached T bar and swivels, 385g approx. 240-280
5.      A 9ct gold four bar gate bracelet, with 9ct padlock clasp, 15.2g approx. 90-110
6.      A 9ct gold chain bracelet with two attached 9ct gold charms, and a 9ct front and back locket, 11g approx. excluding the locket. 60-90
7.      A gold ring, centre pearl missing, 1.9g approx.; a small 9ct gold locket and a gilt metal Faith, Hope and Charity locket, suspended on a gold chain. 60-90
8.      A 9ct gold, wide wedding band, ring size T, 5.4g approximately. 35-50
9.      A 9ct rose gold, hollow link bracelet, with attached safety chain, 22.1g approx. 140-160
10.     A gents 9ct gold signet ring, size U+; a 9ct tie pin, a 9ct gold yacht charm; and a 9ct gold double fish charm (4). Total weight 6.6g approx. including metal pin on the tie pin 30-40
11.     A 9ct gold ring set with a garnet, size T; a 9ct gold and silver ring set with green stone, with clear stones either side; silver rings, locket and ladies "Sandoz" wristwatch 20-40
12.     A 9ct gold dress ring set with a solitaire mauve/blue gemstone, and a pair of matching pierced earrings. Ring size S. 45-70
13.     No Lot
14.     A pair of enamelled articulated fish earrings; a paste set brooch, gilt metal seal set with intaglio carved stone and other items 15-25
15.     A Victorian cameo brooch in gilt metal mounts, the shell cameo well carved with ladies head in profile 30-40
16.     An 18ct gold and platinum mounted, three stone, illusion set diamond ring, in openwork case mount, ring size O. 100-120
17.     A large quantity of assorted modern 925 standard jewellery including dress rings, pendants, bangles and others (a lot) 40-60
18.     A large quantity of modern costume jewellery including paste set brooches, rings, bracelets and others (a lot) 30-50
19.     A double strand of cultured pearls, with silver clasp and a ladies gold plated "Oris" wristwatch 8-10
20.     A quantity of modern amber and silver jewellery including pendants and earrings 20-30
21.     A gents 18ct gold signet ring, with worn initials. Ring size R+, 6.8 g approx. 60-100
22.     A gents 14ct white and rose gold diamond solitaire ring, the diamond 1.5cts approximately, ring size Z. 600-1000
23.     A Victorian oval, carved jet brooch, classical maidens head carved in profile; and a cased Victorian oval gold (tested) brooch, set with a citrine (2). 40-70
24.     A 22ct gold wedding band, ring size P, 3.2g approx. 60-80
25.     A silver charm bracelet with many attached silver charms, including a typewriter, church, alarm clock, etc. 20-30
26.     A 9ct gold cameo ring, ring size P; a silver and marcasite cameo brooch; another silver cameo brooch; two more cameo brooches, etc. 40-50
27.     An 18ct gold and white metal ring, set with a yellow quartz stone, ring size P; a gold metal ring set with three cabochon turquoise, ring size Q and a ladies 9ct gold cased wristwatch with integral gold expanding strap (3). 60-80
28.     An 18ct gold wedding band, 2.3g 25-35
29.     A 9ct rose gold signet ring 1.8g together with a 9ct rose gold plaited ring, 1.8g 25-35
30.     A 9ct gold ring set with a tigers eye together with three small gold and gold metal brooches (two lack pins) 25-35
31.     A silver chain bracelet with attached 800 standard silver charms; a heavy silver buckle bangle; an engraved silver bangle; a silver fancy link bracelet with attached modern silver "seals" and other silver charms and small brooch 30-50
32.     A silver ring set with rose quartz, and a matching pair of earrings; a large silver flower head design ring; agate bracelet, etc. 30-50
33.     A 9ct gold openwork pendant set with large and small pearls and on 9ct gold chain
34.     A gold (tested) mounted Art Nouveau brooch, the centre set with blister mother of pearl oval panel 50-70
35.     A 9ct gold dress ring, set with a single row of five green stones, ring size L 30-40
36.     A 9ct gold gypsy ring (stones missing) and a 9ct gold ring set with three pink glass stones A/F, ring size M+ (2), 4.5g approx. 30-40
37.     An 18ct gold ring set with seven small diamonds in a flower head form, ring size P, and another 18ct gold ring, set with a single row of five small diamonds, ring size N (2) 80-100
38.     A 9ct gold belcher link neck chain, 9.4g approx. 45-65
39.     A 9ct gold bar brooch, set with central tiny diamond, 2.8g approx.; gilt metal and enamelled locket; silver thimble and three brooches 25-35
40.     A cameo brooch carved with profile of a lady in silver mount; another in marcasite mount and another in a gold plated mount (3)
41.     VICTORIA - Sovereign 1888 170-190
42.     VICTORIA - Sovereign 1898 170-190
43.     VICTORIA - Sovereign 1901 170-190
44.     A silver and enamel butterfly brooch clip; two items of Scottish pebble jewellery; a small enamelled silver pendant; malachite pendant and pair of earrings; a Victorian engraved silver "M" pendant and other items 30-50
45.     A 9ct gold plaited wedding band 0.7g together with a 9ct gold and three stone illusion set diamond ring (2)
46.     A ladies wristwatch in 9ct gold case on expanding gold metal bracelet; another ladies 9ct gold cased wristwatch and a fob watch (3) 30-40
47.     A ladies wrist watch in 9ct gold case and on gold expanding bracelet, total weight including movement 19.7g together with two other ladies wristwatches in 9ct gold cases and on 9ct gold bracelets, total weight for the two including movements 24.8g (3) 80-120
48.     A 9ct gold cased ladies wristwatch on 9ct gold bracelet, total gold weight including dial glass but not movement 10.3g 70-90
49.     A ladies Omega wristwatch Seamaster De Ville in steel case with steel dial, gold metal baton numerals and sweep seconds hand together with another ladies Omega De Ville wristwatch having gold metal dial and baton numerals, both on expanding bracelets (2) 40-60
50.     A silver cased open faced keywound pocket watch "Acme Lever" together with three others (4) 30-40
51.     An 18ct gold cased fob watch by Darrington & Davy's Truro, having gold dial with black Roman numerals, the case with chased decoration 250-350
52.     An Elgin open faced pocket watch in gold plated case together with a silver cased fob watch, with various watch keys 20-30
53.     A Waltham silver cased half hunter pocket watch having white enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial, with presentation inscription to the inner cover dated 1922 30-40
54.     A 19th Century silver pair cased pocket watch, key wind, by Richards London no.3830 having verge escapement, engraved pierced cock , chain fusee, the outer case containing paper watch makers label and with fancy link Albert, white metal seal, silver coins and key attached 70-100
55.     A silver two handled Royal Navy related trophy engraved "Given by the Countess of Inchcape for the Best Swimmer on Board HMS Worcester 1938 Presented to Ian McEvoy" Birmingham 1936, 19oz, 24cms high and on ebonised socle base, maker Mappin & Webb 170-190
56.     An Edwardian rectangular silver cigar box the lid engraved with the crest of the Stanley family (Earls of Derby), London 1904, 5.5cms high, 20.5cms wide 30-40
57.     A George V silver three piece tea service of shaped rectangular form with gadroon edging, Sheffield 1918, the teapot with wood handle and finial, total weight 24.38oz 160-180
58.     Two pairs of silver sugar tongs, 2.29oz; a cased set of six silver handled tea knives and a cased set of six Hartvergolden, Germany, coffee spoons 20-40
59.     A Sterling silver hat pin with thistle terminal; a small silver pepper; silver photograph frame; silver topped blue and white peppers; cased cheroot holders; silver metal cased propelling pencil and hat pin stand 50-80
60.     A small circular silver box, the hinged cover with woven basket detail within floral and foliate border, the sides similarly decorated and with gilt lining, Birmingham 1922, 1.83oz 5.5cms diam 40-60
61.     Two modern frames of cast silver objects from Sultanate of Oman - Dhow, Jambiya, coffee pots and others together with a framed sand picture (3) 50-80
62.     A pair of Victorian silver fiddle pattern mustard spoons; a small silver ladle Exeter 1850; a silver butter knife and a silver dessert spoon, total weight 4.7oz 30-40
63.     A small silver Christening mug engraved with initials; a small pedestal silver bon bon dish with presentation inscription, total weight 4.4oz together with a silver back clothes brush and a silver topped cut glass scent bottle (4) 40-60
64.     A pair of late Victorian silver salts having openwork holders and blue glass liners, Sheffield 1900, total silver weight 1.93oz 20-30
65.     A cased set of six silver coffee spoons with bean terminals together with a glass dressing table jar with silver lid (2) 20-30
66.     A silver cigarette case with chased scrolling foliate decoration, 2.15oz 15-20
67.     A silver vesta case; silver sugar tongs and various silver teaspoons and salt spoons, total weight 4.72oz and together with a Victorian silver fork 25-35
68.     A late Victorian silver plated desk stand by James Deakin & Son Sheffield, the shaped rectangular stand centred with an eagle with wings outstretched on rocks and with two hobnail cut glass bottles, the base with engraved ivy leaf decoration and on decorative winged mask supports, 28cms wide max 30-50
69.     Four Christofle silver plated chamber sticks, each engraved "Christofle 1968" together with other silver plated items including goblets, stacking ashtrays and others 30-50
70.     An interesting quantity of mixed silver plated cutlery, late Victorian, Edwardian and later including pickle forks, crumb scoop, knife rests, nut crackers, an old bread knife with carved wood handle and other similar items in a woven cane cutlery tray 40-60
71.     A large Edwardian Elkington silver plate circular tray with engraved decoration and on three foliate scroll supports, 40.5cms diam together with a frosted glass and silver plate Biscuit barrel with swing handle, 14cms high (2) 50-70
72.     Country Artists - Badger Family, on wood base, 11cms high; Learning The Ways (otters swimming) on wood base, 23cms high and a rabbit family group, on wood base 15cms high (3) 20-40
73.     Country Artists - "Across the Beck" limited edition figure no.399/850 with certificate and on wood base, 33cms wide (sheepdog's ear chipped); Guild Wren and nest on wood base and Woodmouse and Toadstool on wood base (3) 20-40
74.     Country Artists - "Call of the Wild" by Keith Sherwin, limited edition no.1080/1500 with certificate and on wood base, 20cms high 20-30
75.     Country Artists - Shetland Seals, on wood base 10cms high; Penguin family on wood base, 14cms high and Polar Bear family, on wood base, 16cms high (3) 20-30
76.     Country Artists - ten models of birds including Goldfinch, Chaffinch, Mallard, Kingfisher, Puffin and wren and a small hedgehog group, all on wood bases (11) 20-40
77.     Country Artists - five small boxed models: owls, polar bear; otter; hedgehog and mouse (5) 15-20
78.     Country Artists - year books for 2000 - 2003 (4) 8-16
79.     An Edwardian silver pig pin cushion, 3.5cms high, Birmingham 1905 together with an Edwardian silver and mother of pearl folding knife with engraved decoration, Sheffield 1916 (2) 30-50
80.     An early 20th Century novelty cold painted spelter inkwell modelled as a chick holding an umbrella and standing beside a tree stump, the stump with hinged top and containing original white glazed well, 7.5cms high 30-50
81.     A collection of silver handled button hooks, shoe horns a preserve spoon and butter knife and a cased set of 6 silver coffee bean spoons 30-40
82.     A silhouette portrait of a young woman in Regency dress, watercolour with gilt highlights, in decorative oval gilt frame, 8.5cms x 7cms max 30-40
83.     A 19th Century seal with carved ivory handle worked as a hand clasping a snake and with chequered metal seal end, 5cms high
84.     A Meiji period Japanese carved ivory group of a tiger and two cubs, the tiger and one cub with inset metal eyes, character mark to base, 3cms high
85.     A small Meiji period Japanese carved figure of a woman kneeling with a small boy beside her, well detailed but un-signed, 3.5cms high
86.     A small Meiji period Japanese carved ivory figure of a woodcutter and two small boys standing on logs, well detailed and signed with character marks to base, 4.75cms high
87.     A small late 19th/early 20th Century navette shaped porcelain box with hinged cover, the cover painted with band of flowers and with gilt clasp, the base marked "Au Gytise Objets D'Art .......Dieppe", 6.25cms wide max
88.     A Victorian painted ceramic door handle with original metal bar fitting, with colourful floral decoration and together with a matching small handle and escutcheon 20-40
89.     A carved ivory Okimono figure of Guan Yin standing holding a basket with fruiting vine spilling out, traces of paint to her flowing robes, 28cms high, late 19th Century, unsigned 180-220
90.     A carved ivory Okimono of Guan Yin standing resting on a long bamboo cane and with a basket of flowers over her left wrist, mounted on hardwood base, unsigned, 35.5cms high including base, late 19th Century 180-220
91.     A George V silver and mother of pearl folding knife, Sheffield 1933 20-40
92.     An Edwardian silver and mother of pearl folding knife the handle with textured surface, Sheffield 1908 25-40
93.     A silver stickpin with stirrup finial; other stick pins; a 19th Century seal with turned bone and wood handle; novelty wood umbrella needle case and other decorative items 40-60
94.     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 30-40
95.     Three wooden handled cork screws; an old pen knife with antler handle and blade stamped "Wingfield" and an old three blade fleam in horn handle 20-40
96.     A Victorian silver vinaigrette of shaped rectangular form with guilloche decoration, having suspension loop, the cover engraved "A Gibbs", the interior gilt lined and with hinged, pierced grille with original sponge, Birmingham HM maker ES (Edward Smith) 3.5cms wide
97.     A Russian silver and cloisonne enamel caddy spoon with kokoshnik mark and makers mark (unclear), the back of the spoon with colourful enamelled scrolling foliate decoration, 0.9oz, 10.75cms long 170-190
98.      A small late 19th/early 20th Century Persian turned ivory egg cup with engraved and red ochre decoration, 9cms high, together with a brass coin holder (2) 30-40
99.     A set of six Edwardian silver buttons of openwork form with putto and foliage, in fitted case, London 1902
100.    A Victorian fan with mother of pearl sticks and guards, the vellum leaf painted in watercolour and gouache to one side with a rural scene of young woman collecting water with young man on a horse looking on, signed "A Deluc" and in original Duvelleroy box, fan 30cms long
101.    A Royal Worcester porcelain bowl Canterbury Cathedral, limited edition no.3/10, 26cms diam
102.    A Royal Worcester porcelain commemorative bowl "The Flight Bowl" commemorating the Bicentenary of the Royal Warrant, limited edition of 200, 25.75cms diam
103.    A Beswick pigeon no.1383, with impressed marks to base and paper label, 14cms high and another similar no.1383 (2) 30-50
104.    A large Beswick figure of a seated Dachshund, 27cms high; a Beswick figure of a standing Dachshund, 14.5cms high and a small Beswick figure of a seated Dachshund, 7cms high (3) 40-60
105.    A Shelley tea set in light green glaze and gilt and comprising bread plate, sugar bowl, milk jug, six cups, six saucers and six plates 30-50
106.    A Carter Stabler & Adams, Poole pottery vase with geometric bands of pattern, factory stamp to base, 14cms high 20-30
107.    A Royal Doulton dapple grey horse, standing 20cms high together with another standing with head to one side 17.5cms high (2) 30-40
108.    A small 19th Century Staffordshire figure of a young man seated on a fence with poodle seated beside him, 10cms high; another similar of a young woman with sheep; another of a boy seated on a large spaniel type dog and another of two spaniels seated with a barrel 11cms high (4) 25-40
109.    A 19th Century Staffordshire flat back figure "Peace" 28cms high (with restoration); a small pair of Staffordshire spaniels; a Huntsman with hound and rabbits and two others (6) 30-50
110.    A heavy glazed red clay pottery water/wine jar with carrying handle and hole for spout at base, brown glaze with yellow/green decoration, incised "Barsby yellow glaze throughout" to base, 37cms high 20-40
111.    An early 20th Century Spode tea service comprising bread plate, milk jug, sugar bowl, 6 cups, 6 saucers and 6 plates 30-40
112.    Royal Worcester candle snuffers Punch and Judy, limited editions, Connoisseur Collection models, both boxed and with certificates, Punch 9.5cms high, Judy 7cms high (2) 40-60
113.    TREVOR CORSER at Leach Pottery - a flagon vase with mottled green glaze, personal and Leach pottery marks, 27cms high together with a studio pottery jug and cover with blue glaze and incised marks "gc" to base, 21.5cms high max (2)

114.    A Russian porcelain figure of a magpie perched with tail up, 26cms high together with three Beswick birds - Whitethroat, Bullfinch and Blue tit (4) 20-40
115.    A Beswick figure of a palomino stallion, standing, 20cms high 20-30
116.    A late 19th Century Continental porcelain figural group of two women in 18th Century costume seated at a rustic table with a young soldier raising a toast and a servant pouring wine, on rococo base, un-marked, 26cms high
117.    An early 20th Century Continental porcelain figural group, of two couples in 18th Century dress playing blind-mans-buff and on rococo base, with underglaze blue "R" mark to base, 17cms high
118.    Two Capodimonte figurines of putto, each representing a season: Spring and Winter, underglazed crowned N, 11.5cms high
119.    A George Grainger & Co Worcester miniature porcelain two handled mug painted with flying songbirds, green factory mark, 4cms high; two other miniature mugs and a miniature container and cover (4)
120.    NO LOT
121.    A pair of late 19th/early 20th Century pot pourri vases and covers, the rococo style baluster vases painted with panels of lovers in wooded landscape and flowers on a yellow ground, each with domed, pierced cover and on four scrolling foliate supports, both with blue "AR" mark to the base, 22cms high
122.    A Beswick bay horse, standing, 21.5cms high 12-25
123.    A pair of late 19th/early 20th Century Japanese Kutani bottle vases painted with panels of pheasants and figures in a garden and with Ho-o birds, character marks to bases, 33cms high 50-70
124.    A pair of Gouda pottery candlesticks painted in typical palette with flowers, 23cms high together with a pair of carnival glass vases, 26cms high 15-25
125.    A 19th Century Staffordshire flatback figure of a couple in Highland dress "standing" on a boat, 22cms high; a small Victorian white and gilt Christening mug "Daniel"; a two handled cider mug and a Denby stoneware mug (4) 20-30
126.    A Royal Doulton figure of a terrier puppy eating from a dish and another of a terrier puppy playing with a ball (2) 25-40
127.    A Beswick figure of a palomino mare and foal (2) 30-40
128.    A Beswick figure of a palomino horse lying down together with a Royal Doulton figure of a palomino horse, standing, 12.5cms high (2) 30-40
129.    A Beswick figure of a Shetland pony together with foal (2) 20-30
130.    A Royal Crown Derby paperweight Snowy Owl, exclusive Royal Crown Derby Collectors Guild with gold stopper and signature, unboxed, 10cms high 25-40
131.    A modern Moorcroft pottery table lamp 25cms high 30-50
132.    A Doulton Lambeth stoneware Rhyme jug with roundels of classical style heads surrounded by mottos - "He that Buys Land buys Stone, He That Buys Flesh Buys Bones, He That Buys Eggs Buys Many Shells, He That Buys Good Ale Buys Nothing Else", 20.5cms high max
133.    A late 19th/early 20th Century Japanese blue and white shallow bowl, painted with flying storks and stylised prunus, 28.5cms diam
134.    Wade - The Hat Box series: no.13 Si and no.14 Am, each in original box and with original packaging inside (2) 15-25
135.    A group of five Royal Doulton tabby kittens in various poses; a Royal Doulton Siamese cat stretching with tail over back and a Beswick cat sitting up playing, 17cms high (7 in total) 30-40
136.    A "Devon" pottery jug with incised verse and butterfly decoration 19cms high 15-25
137.    An early 20th Century clear cut glass pedestal vase with tapering, bulbous body and slightly flared rim 18cms high; a Dartington cut glass pedestal sundae dish and other cut glass items (7)
138.    A Wedgwood blue glass otter 15cms high; a blue glass owl 11.5cms high; a stoneware ink bottle and a resin otter (4) 15-25
139.    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) 140-180
140.    A Victorian tall bell shaped clear glass celery jar on low pedestal and circular folded foot, 26.5cms high; an onion shaped cut glass decanter and stopper and a glass perserve pot and cover (3) 30-50
141.    A late 19th Century End-of-Day glass basket, 22cms high; a late Victorian clear glass ewer shaped jug with painted floral decoration and a 20th Century navette shaped cut glass fruit bowl (3) 30-40
142.    A Stuart Crystal commemorative Salisbury Cathedral Goblet, limited edition no. 184/250, the bowl etched with image of the cathedral and on air twist stem, with certificate in leather stand, goblet 17.5cms high
143.    An Edwardian glass decanter with cut shoulders and faceted edges to the square tapering body and with silver collar and stopper, London 1901 together with a glass cocktail stick holder with silver top holding six novelty cherry topped cocktail sticks, Birmingham 1930 50-70
144.    A set of 14 Waterford Crystal stem sherry glasses together with 3 smaller similar (17)
145.    A set of four Waterford Crystal brandy balloons together with eleven similar liqueur glasses (15)
146.    A set of nine Waterford Crystal tall hock glasses (9)
147.    A set of three Waterford Crystal decanters with faceted stoppers, 34cms high (3)
148.    After LOUIS WAIN - an early 20th Century print of two cats in the sea with bathing hut in the background, 17.5cms x 13cms together with two silk embroidered pictures (3) 20-40
149.    A set of six early 20th Century coloured prints depicting a Victorian relationship 10-20
150.    HENRY WILKINSON (1921-2011) - Pintail ducks on a river, coloured limited edition etching signed in pencil by the artist and numbered 134/150, 25.5cms x 34.5cms 30-50
151.    Early 20th Century Egyptian desert oasis scene with pyramids in the distance, watercolour, unsigned, 17cms x 25cms 15-25
152.    ARTHUR GEORGE BELL (1849 - 1916) - Quay scene with houses in the background, watercolour, signed 36cms x 26cms 80-120
153.    RICHARD ADSHEAD (modern British) - Canal barge with industrial background, watercolour, signed, 20cms x 35.5cms 12-20
154.    ANNE MORTIMER (British b.1958) - In The Nursery, watercolour, signed (greeting card design) 15cms x 15cms 150-180
155.    DAVID MORGAN (b.1964) - Misty morning river scene with cattle grazing (possibly Hampshire) oil on canvas, signed, 50cms x 75cms in gilt frame 90-150
156.    TAVELLI (20th Century) - Mallards coming in to land on wooded lakes, oil on board, signed, 49cms x 59cms in gilt frame 20-40
157.    ANTHONY HEDGES (modern British) - Tall ship at sea, signed, oil on canvas 49cms x 75cms 50-80
158.    19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - Fishing boat entering a harbour in choppy seas, a steam boat leaving, with town behind, oil on artists board, 30cms x 46cms in gilt gesso frame and behind glass
159.    RUNIL (20th Century) - Girl with balloons on a sandy beach, oil on canvas, signed 29.5cms x 39cms 12-20
160.    ROBERT JONES (of Llandudno) - a sunny beach scene with children playing on the sand, oil on board, signed 28cms x 38cms (newspaper article about Jones verso dated 1936) 100-130
161.    A small Orthodox Church icon painted on a wood panel and depicting three saints, 11.25cms x 9.5cms together with another similar 11.25cms x 9cms (both unframed)
162.    20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - Portrait of a young woman, seated, oil on artists board, signed with monogram and dated 37, 50cms x 40cms 15-25
163.    EARLY 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL - Village scene with vineyard and Cyprus trees, oil on canvas, titled verso "France 1937" and with hand written label "De La Condamine" 49.5cms x 65cms 20-40
164.    EARLY 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - A room interior, oil on artists board, inscribed verso "Monica Pountney" 35cms x 44cms 20-25
165.    20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL - Still life with roses in a glass vase, signed indistinctly, oil on board, 26cms x 21cms 30-40
166.    ROBERTO LE ROSSETT (French early 20th Century) - Busy street scene, oil on board, signed, 53.5cms x 44cms 60-80
167.    A C DALZELL (20th Century) - Autumn Beech, oil on canvas, signed, unframed, 64cms x 77cms 20-30
168.    An early 19th century eight day longcase clock, having arched painted dial, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, and inscribed "Jno Cousens, Langport", in oak case with mahogany crossbanding, 214cm high 140-180
169.    A Victorian Ansonia mantel clock in black polished slate case and with cream chapter ring and gilt dial centre, striking on a gong, with pendulum and key, 28cms high 15-30
170.    An Edwardian lancet cased mantel clock in inlaid mahogany case with printed celluloid dial and striking on a gong, 31cms high 30-40
171.    A 20th Century 400 day clock with globe pendulum, printed astral type dial and day/night sphere in the arch, under glass dome, 26.5cms high max 20-40
172.    A Kundo 400 day timepiece with cream celluloid dial, revolving sphere pendulum and under glass dome, 23cms high to top of dome 30-40
173.    A late 19th Century USA wall time clock by Seth Thomas in octagonal walnut case and with printed dial, subsidiary seconds dial and two train movement, with keys, diameter of dial 18.5cms 25-40
174.    A mantel timepiece, the movement mounted in Art Deco coloured marble architectural case, with later Wade ornament to the top, 48cms wide 20-40
175.    A Henry Browne & Son brass cased ships bulkhead clock having white painted dial with black Roman numerals and with key, dial 14cms diam
176.    A North Country eight day longcase clock having arched painted dial with children and lamb in the arch and with subsidiary seconds dial, in mahogany case, 231cms high 66cms wide 100-150
177.    A Victorian mantle clock having white enamel dial, hour and half hour striking on a bell and in red marble and polished black slate case, 24cms high, with pendulum and key and together with a small Art Deco wood cased eight day timepiece 13cms high (2) 25-40
178.    An early 20th Century bracket clock with three train movement, arched silvered metal dial with engraved decoration and regulator, chime/silent dials in the arch, chiming and striking on gongs and in arched line inlaid mahogany case, 39.5cms high and together with a slightly later stand made to match the case, in the form of a longcase, overall height 149cms, with key
179.    Five small Islamic brass bowls each with silver and copper overlaid decoration the interiors engraved with stylised script, 5cms high 11cms diam (5) 50-70
180.    An early 20th Century copper Islamic dish with typical engraved decoration, 30.5cms diam together with another having pierced white metal border, the centre heavily embossed with goatherds and goats, 30cms diam (2) 15-25
181.    Two 19th Century pewter chargers, each with stamped initials to the rim "MT" (one rather rubbed), no touch marks to reverse, and both with drilled holes to rim for suspension, 37.5cms and 38.5cms diam (2) 30-40
182.    An Art Nouveau brass desk stand having central stamp compartment with hinged cover flanked by two inkwells, 30.5cms wide 20-40
183.    Two decorative metal cast figures of fairies on marble bases, 22cms high (2) 25-40
184.    A Chinese brass censer with lion mask drop ring handles to each side and on four cast mask supports, 15.5cms high 20-40
185.    A 19th Century copper and brass coaching horn, 93cms long 20-40
186.    A set of three 20th Century decorative brass wall light brackets, each having double foliate branch and together with a pendant hanging oil lamp (now converted to electricity) 25-40
187.    A late 19th Century Chinese circular bronze gong having gilt painted decoration and suspended on a plaited rope interspersed with carved wood and ivory beads, gong 26cms diam
188.    A Victorian brass vase of conical form with Greek key border and embossed with continuous scene of classical maidens and satyrs dancing, mounted on red marble base, 32.5cms high
189.    An Edwardian oak smokers cabinet, having hinged top and bevelled glazed door enclosing sliding top compartment, pipe racks, small drawer with brass handle, containing associated pottery tobacco jar and decanter, with key, 32cms high
190.    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 20-40
191.    Two early carved oak panels, each narrow panel deeply worked with unicorns, deer, birds and flowers, 82cms wide 8cms high (2) 40-60
192.    A 19th Century brass bound rosewood writing box, with key 40-60
193.    A modern Art Deco style cast bronzed metal tiger, seated snarling on a rocky base, 34cms high 30-50
194.    A Victorian oil lamp with light green opaque glass reservoir painted with flowers, on embossed brass pedestal and circular black base, with flared etched shade, height to top of shade 49.5cms 30-50
195.    A modern Islamic style wall mirror, the front with pair of doors and covered in leather embellished with silver metal motifs 35cms high 50-80
196.    An early 19th Century mahogany sarcophagus shaped tea caddy fitted with two compartments, on ball supports and with later side mounted turned wood handles, 15cms high 25-40
197.    A Victorian oil lamp with moulded pink opaque glass reservoir, clear moulded glass spherical shade and on brass pedestal with circular black base, 51cms high to top of shade 30-50
198.    A Victorian rosewood jewellery box with brass and mother of pearl inlaid decoration, with "secret" drawer in the base, inset brass handle to one side and with key, 16cms high 31cms wide 23cms deep 30-50
199.    A late 19th Century fly whisk with bamboo handle and silver metal pommel with character marks 12-20
200.    A late Victorian walnut work box, the hinged top enclosing fitted, green silk lined interior and having bevelled glass panel front hinging down to reveal two green silk lined drawers, with key, 18cms high 29cms wide 21.5cms deep 40-60
201.    A Victorian mahogany prie dieu chair having shell capped cresting rail with turned side pillars, upholstered back and seat 40-50
202.    An early 20th Century ebonised oak monks bench having carved panelled back, hinged panelled seat and decorative carved panel front, 104cms wide max 60-80
203.    A Victorian mahogany box commode on turned supports and with original ceramic container and wood cover, 47cm high 100-130
204.    A 19th Century mahogany secretaire, the top drawer with fall front enclosing central felt covered writing slope, hinging up to reveal compartment and flanked by an arrangement of compartments each with hinged cover inlaid with letters of the alphabet; each pedestal fitted with three short drawers and with central cupboard (later Victorian handles) 98 cm high x 132 cm wide x 66 cm deep 200-250
205.    A large Victorian carved walnut drawing room cabinet having a pair of glazed doors enclosing shelves and original buttoned satin interiors, the base with central glazed door enclosing buttoned interior and flanked by a pair of carved doors, enclosing shelved interiors, on plinth base, 252cm high (excluding vase finials), 191cm wide, 55.5cm deep 90-150
206.    An Arts and Crafts style oak bureau bookcase with leaded glass doors, enclosing adjustable shelves, 203cm high, 91cm wide 30-40
207.    A Remploy teak wood bureau 106.5cms high 91.5cms wide 20-30
208.    A Nathan extending teak wood dining table 206cms x 99cms fully extended and together with a set of six (4 plus 2) teak wood dining chairs 50-70
209.    An Oddfellows gilt framed wall mirror, the rectangular mirror with gilt gesso frame each corner with Oddfellows coat of arms and the top centred with eye and rays, 79cms x 61cms 30-50
210.    An early 20th Century tall carved oak open fronted bookcase fitted with four adjustable shelves, 210cms high 32cms wide 60-80
211.    A small circular carved oak occasional table on four spiral twist supports, 73cms high 15-20
212.    An early 19th Century oak wall hanging corner cupboard with mahogany crossbanded door enclosing three serpentine shaped shelves, 105.5cms high 69.5cms wide 30-40
213.    A walnut veneered chest of three graduated long drawers, on shell capped cabriole supports, 84cm wide, together with an open arm chair 30-40
214.    A late 19th/early 20th century mahogany Chippendale style carver chair with drop in seat 20-40
215.    A set of six William IV mahogany dining chairs (four standard, two carver) with broad, carved back rail, reeded pillar type supports, stuff over seats and reeded front supports 100-150
216.    A 19th century mahogany circular three tier dumb waiter, with turned and fluted pillar pedestals and a tripod support, 127cm high 100-130
217.    A Liberty & Co style Anglo Moorish armchair with mashrabiya type panels to the arms and back and plank seat 100-150
218.    A 19th century mahogany rectangular tilt top wine table on turned foliate pedestal and down curving tripod support, 65.5cm high 60-80
219.    A mahogany Georgian style bow front chest of three long drawers, 90cm high, 93cm wide 15-20
220.    A 19th century mahogany tray top commode fitted with cupboard above slide out commode, containing a ceramic bowl and wood cover, 75cm high max., 53cm wide 40-60
221.    A 20th century Chinese camphorwood chest, having carved edging, decorative brass clasp (fitting loose but present) and with sliding tray inside, 56cm high, 101cm wide 50-80
222.    Circa 17th Century Manuscript
223.    A 19th century Berlin wool work panel, depicting a young girl feeding deer in a wooded landscape, now framed as a fire screen, 84cm high, 69cm wide max. 30-50
224.    A Victorian inlaid rosewood envelope card table, the top fitted with counter wells to each corner, fitted with single drawer and on square tapering supports and brass casters, 73.5cm high 80-120
225.    A c. 1920s Arts and Crafts style oak chair, the high back with broad back rail and with upholstered seat, together with a line inlaid and crossbanded mahogany arm chair with upholstered back and seat (2) 50-60
226.    A Victorian carved and stained fruit wood spinning stool, the tall back with heart shaped aperture and on four bobbin turned supports 50-70
227.    A Victorian cast iron garden seat in the style of Coalbrookdale, fern pattern, 182cm wide over arms, 92cm high max. 250-350
228.    A pair of late 19th/early 20th century white painted metal garden chairs with wire "mesh" back and seats 20-40
229.    A pair of stone effect Campana shaped garden planters on square bases, 62cm high, 48.5cm diam. max. 50-70
230.    A small early 20th Century walnut rush seated stool/footstool with bobbin turned supports and stretcher, 17cms high 27cms wide 30-40
231.    A 19th century Lancashire rocking chair with rush seat, bobbin turned back bars and extensions to top rail 150-170
232.    A set of six Victorian mahogany balloon back dining chairs, with stuff over seats and cabriole front supports 60-80
233.    A set of six Victorian mahogany standard dining chairs with balloon backs and stuff over seats 70-100
234.    A Victorian mahogany circular tilt top breakfast table on fluted pillar and triform base with scrolling supports, 136.5cms diam 60-80
235.    A Victorian mahogany pedestal sideboard having arched raised back and fitted with central frieze drawer, cupboards to each pedestal and with decorative moulded scrolling decoration, 176cms wide 40-60
236.    A Victorian mahogany chest of two short and three long drawers with turned wood handles, on bulbous supports, 122cms high 115cms wide 100-130
237.    A set of four slat back Windsor chairs with elm seats, together with two similar chairs (6) 50-80
238.    A late Victorian red walnut cabinet fitted with two drawers and panelled moulded doors enclosing shelved cupboards, 97.5cms high 122.5cms wide 40-60
239.    A Victorian stripped pine cupboard, the pair of glazed doors enclosing shelves, 130cms high 102cms wide 90-130
240.    A late 19th century oak child's chair with rush seat 40-60
241.    An early 19th century mahogany basin stand having circular moulded top on three turned supports, spherical powder bowl, small drawer and base with tripod supports, 93cm high, 35cm diameter max. at top 100-150
242.    A 19th century Anglo Indian carved oak cupboard, the top section fitted with sliding panels which reveal shelved interior, the base with three drawers above two shelved cupboards, all with carved and turned spindle decoration, 206cm high, 176.5cm wide, 54cm deep max. 100-130
243.    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 90-150
244.    A low rectangular bijouterie table with glass top, 45.5cm high 12-20
245.    An early 20th century Georgian style mahogany serpentine sideboard with line inlay decoration and fitted central frieze drawer, "dummy drawer" doors to either side enclosing pull out cellarette drawer and shelves, and on square tapering supports, 94.5cm high, 176cm wide 40-60
246.    A 19th century mahogany secretaire bookcase, having dentil cornice, pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves, secretaire drawer fitted with drawers and pigeon holes and two short and two long drawers, on bracket supports, 227cm high, 107.5cm wide 120-150
247.    A c. 1950s circular coffee table, the formica top printed with a collage of musical instruments and on three tapering cylindical supports and chrome feet, 75.5cm diam., 44cm high 20-40
248.    A Victorian oak open fronted bookcase, each side fitted with three adjustable shelves and on plinth base, 122cm high, 183.5cm wide, 30cm deep max. 100-150
249.    A centre portion from a Victorian mahogany compactum, fitted with shelves above two short and three long drawers 20-40
250.    A Victorian mahogany bookcase, the upper section with a pair of glazed doors and a single glazed door enclosing adjustable shelves, the base fitted with three frieze drawers above cupboards and on plinth base, 235cm high, 188.5cm wide 100-130
251.    An early 20th century mahogany bookcase, having a pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves and with cupboard beneath, on shell capped cabriole supports, 183cm high, 106.5cm wide 30-50
252.    A late 18th/early 19th century oak dresser, having moulded cornice and reeded sides to the shaped shelves, the inverted breakfront base fitted with four long drawers, flanked by arch moulded doors enclosing cupboards, 210cm high, 168cm wide, 53cm deep 300-400
253.    A Victorian rosewood Davenport fitted with drawers and dummy drawers, writing slop enclosing fitted drawers and on spiral twist supports, 60cms wide 90-150
254.    A Victorian rosewood chiffoniere having shelved mirrored back, the base with pair of mirrored doors enclosing shelves and on plinth base, 105cms wide, approx 169cms high 130-160
255.    A Victorian rosewood sarcophagus shaped jewellery box with drawer in base and with brass and line inlaid decoration, 28.5cms wide together with a Georgian mahogany teacaddy (lid damaged and interior altered) (2) 40-60
256.    A Turkoman type wool rug in gold/black, 301cm x 203.5cm 40-60
257.    A Turkoman style rug in red and light brown, 185cm x 127cm 20-30
258.    A Yagerphone cabinet gramophone in rectangular oak case with foliate moulded details to the front, with a small selection of 78rpm records and with winding handle, 87cm high, 78cm wide, 48cm deep 30-40
259.    A Melforte cabinet gramophone, the tall stained wood cabinet with two doors opening at the front and Sylvaphone IV reproducer with handle, 101cm high, 45cm wide max., 50cm deep max. 20-30
260.    A Georgian style satinwood bow front chest of two short and two long drawers, with ebonised line inlay and on splay bracket supports, 84.5cm high, 107cm wide 40-60
261.    A small 20th century tub chair in Regency stripe upholstery 15-25
262.    A pair of Victorian inlaid rosewood low seated parlour chairs with turned spindle backs and line inlaid square tapering front supports (2) 40-60
263.    A Victorian mahogany veneered bow fronted chest of two short and three graduated long drawers with wood bun handles and on short bulbous supports, 110cm high, 107.5cm wide 30-50
264.    A Victorian mahogany linen press fitted with four slides, the base with two short and two long drawers, 198cm high, 132.5cm wide 90-150
265.    A 20th century light oak double school desk with hinged tops and pen slides to the front, 75cm high, 110cm wide, 45cm deep 20-40
266.    A Victorian mahogany work table, having a single drawer above slide out compartment, the side supports with scroll mouldings and rounded turned stretcher, 74cm high, 56cm wide, 41cm deep 70-100
267.    A Victorian oak chest of two short and three graduated long drawers on plinth base, 117.5cm high, 122cm wide 30-40
268.    A Victorian inlaid mahogany parlour suite, comprising a two seater settee and four chairs 30-50
269.    A Victorian mahogany Pembroke table fitted with single drawer, together with a walnut chest of two short and two long drawers, 77.5cm high 30-40
270.    A Victorian painted pine chest of two short and two long drawers, on turned supports, 99cm high, 89cm wide 30-40
271.    A Victorian square upholstered footstool with carved mahogany frame and scroll supports, 31cms high 30-50
272.    NO LOT