1. General Section to start at 10.00am

This section does NOT have live bidding or illustrations

Main Sale starts at 12.00 and is live (see from Lot 156 on)

– viewing 19th 12 noon – 6.30pm and from 9am – 12.00 morning of sale

 

A pair of Victorian style white gilt and metal 3′ bed ends

£20‑£30
2. A dwarf reproduction mahogany drum table; a reproduction mahogany stereo cabinet
3. A selection of cutlery, a Middle Eastern box and 2 brass vases
4. A selection of advertising and other ephemera
5. A selection of advertising and other ephemera
6. A selection of commemorative glassware, plaster lion, 3 character jugs etc
7. An iridescent perfume bottle, etchings and collectables
8. A reclining armchair in green hide
9. A period style canted oak hall robe
10. Two Victorian meat plates; a selection of decorative plates and dishes; miniature china and glass animals; figures; etc.
11. A glass and brass 5 branch chandelier (unused); a selection of decorative glassware
12. A selection of blue & white and other decorative pottery
13. A selection of EPNS and cutlery; a copper kettle; a reproduction pistol; a royal commemorative book; etc.
14. A 1930’s wall mirror in shaped oak frame; a barbola mirror; prints; etc.
15. A large Perspex wine goblet, height 46″; 4 various prints
16. A 1930’s sewing table; a 19th century footstool; a jewellery box; a vintage celluloid doll
17. A modern Cantonese covered vase; a similar pair of vases; other vases; etc.
18. A selection of china; glass and bric-a-brac
19. Maureen Lomas: 3 signed limited edition prints; 2 watercolours; a gilt framed wall mirror; etc.
20. A selection of china; glass; cutlery; decorative items
21. A modern lightwood fold over dining/side table; a stained wood 5 height pedestal chest
22. Two early 20th century wall clock cases; a mantel clock case; a 19th century black marble clock case with ormolu finial
23. Donal Grant: Alert, signed artist print depicting leopards, framed and glazed
24. Six pieces of children’s Royal Windsor pottery; 3 vases; photo frames; fans; cigar cutters; other bric-a-brac
25. Four silver plated items in original boxes; glassware and china in original boxes
26. A pair of slatted wood coffee tables with glass tops
27. A white painted pelmet with classical relief decoration
28. An early 20th century pair of office armchairs with solid seats
29. Seven framed prints after L S Lowry; other prints
30. A Masters black leather document case
31. A selection of china; glass; decorative items
32. Two modern pine occasional tables with square tops, a bamboo corner whatnot, a metal 4ft6″ headboard; A lightwood coffee table, a 2 height shelf unit, a cane conservatory chair, a cane stool
33. A selection of decorative cottages, dinner ware etc
35. A Georgian mahogany oak crossbanded corner cupboard with doors to base (veneer a.f)
36. A modern mahogany rectangular dining table
37. A set of 6 limed beech dining chairs with rush seats and similar extending dining table
38. Two modern metal bar stools
39. Two modern grey wood standard lamps and table lamp; a small green folding occasional table; a wpb
40. A side/writing table stained green
41. Three small double pullout occasional tables in green
42. A selection of film posters and prints
43. A modern pine blanket box and 2 towel rails
44. A teak 1960s sliding glass bookcase; An oak foldover tea trolley/card table
45. Three Regency Fine Arts teapots, boxed, a Leonardo Collection trio set, other novelty teapots
46. A selection of costume jewellery
47. A modern pine double door wardrobe
48. A mahogany reproduction full height shelf unit
49. A white Lloyd Loom armchairs; a modern bedside cabinet; a coffee table
50. A modern lightwood dining suite comprising rectangular table and 4 hoop & stick back chairs
51. A dark oak drop leaf dining table and 2 chairs
52. A selection of various bisque/porcelain figures in the 19th century continental style
53. A reproduction mantel clock; pottery; decorative items; etc.
54. A Panasonic mini stereo system; an Aiwa radio/CD player
56. An Edwardian oak rocking nursing chair, tapestry upholstery
57. An Edwardian mahogany octagonal occasional; a smoker’s stand; an oak tray
58. A reproduction serpentine front hall table
59. A brass table oil lamp; pewter and brassware
60. An occasional table with square carved top; a small drop leaf occasional table; a pair of bedroom chairs; a pair of footstools
61. An Edwardian set of 4 monochrome landscape prints, framed and glazed; other prints and books
62. A Sony Bravia 40″ television and remote
63. A large Victorian wash bowl; decorative china and pottery and a Victorian style pine delft rack
64. A 3 tier glass and chrome TV/display stand with 2 black side drawers
65. A large box print of a mini; A selection of canvas prints of New York, taxis etc and two of the Empire state building; A selection of prints and pictures, some religious in nature
66. A set of pictures and prints, a small mahogany shelf and an Eastern style rug; A selection of silver plated cutlery inc 9 continental silver teaspoons
67. A 19th century oak cupboard enclosed by a single astral glazed door
68. A table top jewellery display cabinet with slope front
69. Three graduating candle lamps in black metal; an African carved face mask; a pair of Victorian style kitchen scales and weights; decorative items
70. A selection of modern crockery; kitchen utensils; equipment and cookbooks
71. A selection of modern pictures and prints
72. A large selection of DVD’s
73. A box containing brassware and treen
75. A box of G clamps
76. I A Gillibrand River landscape, watercolour, signed, framed and glazed, 2 signed limited edition prints, 2 other pictures £20‑£30
77. A 1930s Oak bureau with three drawers, leather writing surface on ball and claw feet
78. A Mahogany converted commode chest with later additional handles used as a drinks cabinet
79. A large modern gilt framed rectangular mirror
80. An Edwardian high back inlaid armchair
81. Three copper saucepans with lids, other metalware, a golf club shoehorn
83. A Regency style gilt framed convex wall mirror
84. A collection of woven silk and other souvenir cloth badges; a box of chocolate coins of the British Empire (unopened) and other items
85. A 1930’s composition doll; 2 novelty Guinness ash trays; 3 vintage Ronson cigarette lighters; a blue and white plate and 1950’s theatrical magazines
86. A classical style plaster wall plaque, various posters; A Coney fur jacket
87. An oak framed aneroid barometer and thermometer and a folding cakestand; KLITZ, a 1970’s print, various others
88. A Bang & Olufsen type 3119 TV; A Bang & Olufsen Beovision 8902 large TV with remote
89. A large selection of vintage mantel clocks
90. A quantity of collectables
91. A Jacobean style nest of 3 occasional tables ; a single hand operated sewing machine
92. A stained oak blanket box
93. A World selection of stamps in albums etc.
94. A selection of War History books; other books on cats
95. A painted figure of a Scots Guard drummer, 6.5″, with display dome; a safety escape ladder
96. Two early 20th century postcard albums with Waterloo scenes & local scenes, Buxton etc and a box of later cards
97. A Scalextric Cailbra Cup boxed set £30‑£50
98. A box of vintage games including Table Croquet and Quoits, Impeedee etc; box of card games, travel chess etc.
99. A Walt Disney Micky Mouse toy; a selection of early 20th century and later Teddy Bears and similar toys
100. 100. A selection of various Polistil and Burago diecast vehicles

 

 

 

 

Antiques Section to start at 12.00

 

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Ceramics:

156. A pair of Metlach stoneware baluster vases decorated with flowerheads on a blue ground; 2 white pedestal bowls on dolphin columns
157. Five late 19th / early 20th century Royal Worcester blush peach items: 2 jugs, a dish, a miniature tyg and a pill box
158. Julian King-Slater (British) a studio pottery vase with double gourd split body with a multi coloured patination with monogrammed signature to base height 21″
159. Three pink etched lampshades; a plain lampshade; a torch flame shade
160. A Murano green bubble glass trefoil bowl; watch by Candino, Royal Crown Derby Posies tea strainer and stand
161. A Victorian pair of graduated cut glass tazzas, engraved, 10.5″ & 8.5″
162. Two Royal Doulton figures: Lady & Gentleman from Williamsburg, HN 223 & 2227; a Beswick collie “Lochinvar of Lady Park”; a Royal Doulton kitten; 2 other pieces
163. A Beswick large figure “Jemima Puddleduck”, gold back stamp; 4 Royal Albert Beatrix Potter figures, with boxes: “This pig had none”; “Ribby”; “Mrs Tittlemouse” & “Ribby with Patty-pan”
164. Five Royal Doulton Bunnykins figures: “Boy Skater”; “Fortune Teller”; “Mother”; “Judge” & Gardner”, with boxes
165. A collection of novelty cookie jars
166. A 1980’s ovoid table lamp by Louis Drimmer, in powder blue with raised gilt leaf decoration, with shade, both signed; a Royal Doulton glass vase; other glassware
167. A selection of Denby stoneware dinnerware; 3 cut glass decanters; other cut glass; a tea service; etc.
168. A Windsor bone china 21 piece tea set commemorating the Coronation of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, a silver jubilee mug and a Royal Winton gift cabinet set £30‑£40
169. A stoneware bulbous vase by Martin Brothers, with incised decoration of scrolling orchids, blue on brown background, base inscribed: Martin Bros London Southall 5 – 1894, height 9″ £600‑£800
170. An early 20th century Royal Worcester pair of near matching vases of cylindrical form, with hand painted panels depicting pheasants in a clearing, on 4 knurled feet, one signed James Stinton, green mark to base G42, height 6″ (1 fractionally smaller) £300‑£500
171. An early 20th century Royal Worcester pair of porcelain vases, with hand painted with polychrome panels of pheasants, by James Stinton, signed, green back stamp G1061, height 5.5″ £300‑£500
172. A collection of over 30 19th century colour spiral marbles
173. A 19th/20th Middle Eastern terracotta bowl with green and brown sponged decoration, diameter 12″
174. An early 19th century pearlware plate with blue transfer printed depiction of an oriental figure riding a buffalo; an early 19th century Wedgwood creamware dish hand painted with roses, signed F H Cox (cracked); a 20th century pair of Staffordshire lamb inkpots; 3 other pieces of blue & white china
175. Two Beswick horses; 2 Coalport figures; Pendelfin and other figures; collectors plates; decorative items
176. A 1930’s Moorcroft pomegranate pattern teapot of tapering cylindrical form, with beaten pewter lid and mounts in the Liberty’s manner
177. A pair of Rosenthal plates and decorative china
178. A 19th century Japan pattern part tea set; a floral tea set
179. A black and rose patterned large jardinière; a Japan pattern fruit bowl; a Crown Devon biscuit barrel; a Corona Art Deco bowl; a crinoline lady table lamp
181. A selection of Poole pottery teaware; a Studio ware grotesque mug £30‑£50
182. A 19th century Russian Gardner colour bisque figure of an ice fisherman, red back stamp, 10″(damaged and with losses); 2 Sitzendorf netzwork figures, 10″ & 9″ £40‑£60
183. A Paragon bone china tea set; a quantity of decorative china
184. A large Victorian covered cachepot with floral lustre decoration
185. A cut glass basket; a selection of cut drinking glasses
186. A Wedgwood Susie Cooper part dinner and tea service, “Charisma”, 50 pieces approx
187. A Minton “Horizon” part tea set with gilt borders, 27 pieces approx.; a Shelley blue and gilt part tea set, 18 pieces; a Colclough “Royale” part tea set, 32 pieces
188. A Royal Albert “Old Country Roses” part tea set, 35 pieces
189. A Lalique model of an owl in clear and frosted glass, signed Lalique, France, 3.5″
190. Two oval graduating meat plates and a gravy boat by Clarice Cliff, decorated with poppies (smaller meat plate crazed), and decorative pottery
191. A 1960’s Beswick brown glaze coffee set; other part tea sets; etc.
192. A Clarice Cliff flared fluted vase; an Aynsley style table lamp; a Maling lustre bowl
194. A Wedgwood ‘Cheadle’ part dinner service
195. A Clarice Cliff vase, “Orange Gardenia”, shape 360, decorated with stylised flowers, black printed mark “Fantasque” for Wilkinson & Son, height 8″ £800‑£1200
196. A Clarice Cliff honey pot, Honolulu ribbed beehive pattern, black printed “Bizarre” label for Newport Pottery, height 4″ £150‑£200
197. A Clarice Cliff 5 piece tea set “Stamford” “Gay Day” comprising teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl and conical cup and saucer, black printed “Fantasque” mark for Wilkinson & Son, height of teapot 4.5″ £1150‑£1300
198. A Clarice Cliff large, shape 374 Archaic vase, “Lightning” pattern, black printed “Bizarre” mark for Newport pottery, height 12″ £1000‑£1200
199. A Clarice Cliff cauldron shaped bowl on 3 feet, “New Flag” pattern, black printed mark “Bizarre” for Newport Pottery, height 3″ £180‑£250
200. A Clarice Cliff part coffee set, “Red Picasso” pattern, comprising coffee pot, 2 cups and 3 saucers, black printed Fantasque mark for Wilkinson & Son, height 7″ £700‑£900
201. A Clarice Cliff vase, shape 362, “Tulip” pattern, black printed “Bizarre” mark for Wilkinson’s Ltd, height 8.5″ £280‑£350
202. A Clarice Cliff conical cup and saucer, “Secrets” pattern, black printed Bizarre mark for Wilkinson & Son £80‑£120
203. A 1930’s Clarice Cliff vase (a.f.); a selection of china and glass; cloisonné; silver plate; etc
204. A studio pottery terracotta plaque in oval form depicting Leda and the Swan in crackle glaze length 22″
205. A Susie Cooper bone china Persia pattern tea set, 6 place, including teapot £40‑£60
206. A 19th century Parian bust of a woman; a Quimper style vase; a 19th century teapot; 19th century blue & white pottery; etc.
207. Three studio pottery pieces: a goblet shaped vase in mottled blue and brown, the base stamped ‘PR’, 6.5″; a large goblet, 6.5″; a shallow covered bowl, diameter 4″
209. A Wedgwood “Gold Chelsea” part tea set, 18 pieces; a Cauldon 14 piece part tea set , gilt and blue bordered; 6 pieces of Denby teaware; glassware
210. A bust portrait on ceramic tile of Gladstone after Geo Cartlidge by Sherwin & Cotton
211. A 1930’s lustre bowl by Lucien Boullemier; a Royal Crown Derby plate; decorative plates and dishes
212. A Cats & Co china cat; other miniature and decorative china animals, 3 by Beswick
213. A 1960’s/70’s pair of mushroom shaped light pendants £25‑£35
214. A pair of heavy crystal and gilt metal table lamps £30‑£40
215. A child’s vanity case; 8 Royal Doulton Bunnykins mugs; 4 Coke glasses, original box; 4 Four Seasons plates
216. A Leonardo resin figure of a tiger; a similar leopard group; other animals and figures; a plaque; Murano glassware
217. A 1960’s Poole pottery vase; an Edwardian Japan pattern part tea set, 30 pieces approx.; a Japanese eggshell part tea set
218. Seven china “Fans of the Fitzwilliam Museum”; 12 “Romeo & Juliet” goblets with gold decoration and bisque stems
219. Thirteen decorative china musical trinket boxes, including Hummel, Limited Edition music box collection, etc.; a carving set in “Toledo” style gilt metal, cased
220. A 19th century large stoneware flagon in basket, by Cartwright Ltd, Oldham; 2 small flagons
221. A Portmeirion Holly & Ivy meat plate; a pair of Old Foley Japan pattern jardinières and covered vase; a game pie dish; Royal Doulton Brambly Hedge plates, etc.
222. A collection of Lilliput Lane houses; cottages; etc.
223. A selection of Minton bone china and other teawares
224. A cut glass thistle decanter; a selection of cut glasses; a quantity of green glass
225. A part set of cut glasses; a squash set; a selection of other glassware
226. Three Lladro groups: girl with dog; girl with ducklings & reclining boy
227. A Nao figure of a girl with calf; A Lladro boy with donkey (minor chip to hat rim) & a clown with saxophone
228. Three Lladro figures: girl with doll; boy with brush (no mirror); girl feeding goose (finger a.f.)
229. Three Lladro and a Nao figure of children in night attire
230. A Lladro large figure of a man with clock and dog, height 11″ (no stick); a Nao large figure of a woman with water jars, height 16″
231. A Lladro tall figure of a seated afghan hound, height 12″; a Nao group of 2 herons
232. A Royal Lancastrian baluster shaped vase, green glaze with relief decoration of galleons, No 3356, 9″
233. A selection of Hornsea pottery animals; crested and royal commemorative china; etc.

 

Oriental Ceramics and Objets:

234. A Chinese porcelain blue & white shallow dish, diameter 11″; 3 similar plates (2 cracked, 1 rim chipped); a Chinese blue & white octagonal warming dish (a.f.)
234a. A 20th century Chinese Buddha figure, polychrome with yellow cloak, with children, height 10.5″
234b. An 18th century Chinese porcelain covered tureen of oval form decorated in the famille rose manner, with animal mask handles, length 13″ (finial broken; reglazed)
234c. A 19th century Chinese blue & white porcelain vase, of inverted baluster form decorated with flowering branches and exotic birds, height 11″
235. An early 20th century Chinese ivory card case, extensively carved, length 4″; a similar cribbage board
235a. An early 20th century oriental ivory figure, female deity with lotus blossom, signature to base, height 9.5″; a similar female figure with painted decoration, height 11.5″ (flower chipped)
235b. An early 20th century Japanese Okimono depicting a man with sickle and wheatsheaf, height 6″, red seal mark to base
235c. A Japanese baluster ginbari cloisonné vase, red enamel on white metal, engraved 3 character signature to base, height 5″ (2 small abrasions)
235d. A late 19th/early 20th century eating set in brass mounted bamboo effect case comprising knife and 2 chopsticks, length 11″
236. A Chinese stoneware “Jun” bowl on raised foot with mottled blue glaze, diameter 9″ (small underglaze chip to rim)
236a. A Japanese black lacquer rectangular box decorated in gilt with flowers and foliage, with woven and tasselled drawstring, length 9″
236b. A Chinese pair of rice bowls, yellow ground with polychrome reserve panels, red seal mark to base, diameter 5″ (both broken and glued; 1 chip missing)
236c. A Chin ese stoneware baluster vase, buff coloured and decorated with flowers, characters, etc., in black, height 8.5″
236d. A Chinese blue & white baluster vase decorated with pagodas in landscapes, height 11″
236e. A Chinese/Japanese pair of rice bowls of spiral fluted form, decorated with alternating blue & white panels, 6 character signature to base, dimeter 5.5″ (1 rim slight chip)
237. Two Chinese dogs of Fo in gilt and carved wood, length 6; a brass Buddha, height 6″
237a. A Chinese large cloisonné bowl decorated with horses against a blue ground, raised brass seal mark to base, diameter 11″ (substantial internal and external enamel loss to lower parts)
237b. A Chinese circular wooden panel decorated with a warrior in multi-coloured stone, diameter 10″
237c. A late19th/early 20th century Chinese pair of carvings, boys on buffalos, on carved hardwood bases, length 13″
237d. A Chinese large baluster vase, celadon glaze decorated with leaves and flowers, length 16″
238. A Chinese Imari large circular dish, diameter 14″ (rim broken and glued)
238a. Two Chinese blue & white dishes with copper rims, seal marks to base, diameter 6″ (1 hairline crack); 2 Chinese rice bowls, one blue & white, one polychrome, diameter 4″ (1 rim chipped; 1 repaired)
238b. A Chinese porcelain figure of a scholar in the famille verte palette, height 12″ (stylus missing)
239. A 19th century Chines bronze baluster vase with 2 shaped handles inlaid with silver and red lacquer to depict figures on horseback, characters, etc., height 12″
239a. A 19th century Chinese bronze vase, barrel shaped with incised geometric panels, grotesque face mask mounts, on circular foot, height 8″
239b. A 19th century Chinese bronze hookah pipe base with mythical best mounts and feet, height 8″
240. A Chinese bronze vase with wide flared rim, bladed mounts and low relief decoration, height 5.5″
240a. A 20th century Chinese silk embroidery depicting a peacock, etc., 28.5″ x 16.5″; a similar smaller embroidery, framed and glazed
240b. Three Japanese watercolours, framed as one, with character and red seal mark, 18 x 11″ overall
241. Four Chinese watercolours on silk, 2 gentlemen & 2 ladies, with character text and red seals, 9.5″ x 21″, framed and glazed in pairs
241a. A Chinese linen tablecloth decorated with 2 dragons in blue embroidery
241b. A Chinese large linen tablecloth decorated with 2 dragons in blue embroidery
242. A Chinese triangular wall hanging wooden panel set with 3 circular graduating ‘dreamstone’ panels, length 34″
243. A selection of oriental carved hardwood vase stands and plinths; 2 abalone shells
244. A Japanese plum coloured kimono decorated with hexagonal panels in silver thread embroidery
244A. A black silk kimono, lined and decorated with bamboo; 2 black tasselled ties; a long floral wrap
245. Two Japanese ivory circular boxes, the tops decorated with an ape and flowers respectively, diameter 2.75″ (some cracks and chips)
246. An early 20th century Chinese puzzle box in carved ivory with extensive relief decoration, length 2.75″
247. Two Chinese rectangular panels decorated with characters, framed and glazed
248. A Chinese large panel with characters, on red ground
249. A modern red lacquer 4 panel plaque decorated with figures, boats and pagodas in mother of pearl effect and a selection of modern Chinese ceramics
250. A blue and white oriental bowl
251. A large Chinese 20th century Famille Jaune charger decorated with exotic birds etc diameter 17″ and a large blue and white dish decorated with dragons
252. A Chinese pair of polished crystalline stone bowls with white metal mounts, seal marks to base, diameter 4.5″
253. A 19th century Chinese rectangular papier maché tray with scalloped border, depicting figures on a street with pagodas, length 16″
254. A Chinese bronze smoothing iron, scoop shaped, with characters, etc., in relief, turned wood side handle £60‑£100
255. A Chinese Yixing terracotta vase of lobed tapering form with landscape vignettes against a patterned green glaze ground, square impressed seal mark to base, height 9.5″
255a. A 19th century Chinese watercolour on rice paper depicting a kneeling monk on lotus leaf and deity image over censor, 12.5″ x 8″, framed and glazed
256. An 18th/19th century Chinese bronze Buddha figure with gilded and painted decoration, inset jewelled mounts to the chest straps, height 18″
256a. A Chinese blue & white ginger jar decorated with Prunus blossom, height 9.5″, on carved hardwood base (no top)
256b. A Japanese unusual water/tea pot in the form of a white porcelain fish
257. An 18th/19th century Chinese incense burner, turquoise glazed with raised gilt handles, relief decoration of dragons, raised on 3 mask feet, height 13″ (body cracked from rim to base)
258. A 19th century Chinese large blue and white ginger jar decorated with dragons and clouds, the reserve panels with birds in exotic flowering trees, the base decorated with two concentric circles, height 10″/26cm
259. A Chinese famille vert plate with painted flower decoration and a stamp on the back diameter 17cm; A 19th Century Chinese plate with floral decoration with staple repairs 22cm; A late 19th Century/early 20th Century Chinese teapot with exotic bird and floral decoration with string bound metal handle. Chip to the rim, height 17cm £30‑£50
260. Two Japanese Meiji period bronze wall plaques decorated in relief with a potentate and courtiers, seal mark to reverse, diameter 7.25″
261. A 19th century Japanese brown and gilt square lacquer box, with figure to the lid and decorative side panels, length 5.5″
262. A Chinese stoneware rice bowl decorated in blue and white; 2 Japanese Tuti cloisonné on stoneware ginger jars, heights 4″ & 5″ (no lids)
263. A 19th century Chinese famille verte baluster vase, height 14″ (chip and repair to rim; 1 lizard mount chipped)
263A. A 19th century Chinese blue and white inverted baluster vase, seal mark to base, height 13″ (chips and repair to rim
264. A Chinese blue and white large inverted baluster vase decorated with figures and pagodas in landscapes, height 14″ (chip to rim, crack to rim and shoulder)
265. A Japanese small brow studio pottery vase, double gourd shaped, height 4″; a similar squat vase with green/brown glaze, height 4.5″; an Egyptian blue glazed scarab beetle, length 4″ (legs repaired)
266. A Chinese famille verte bowl decorated with figures in landscapes, diameter 8″; 2 Chinese plates with celadon ground, diameters 7.5″ & 7″ (rim chips); a Chinese blue and white dish, red seal mark to reverse, diameter 8″
267. Three Chinese polished hardstone snuff bottles in variegated, green and black (one stopper missing)
268. A Chinese blue & white circular bowl decorated with panels of birds in flowering branches, blossom, etc., diameter 11″
269. A Chinese bronze mirror decorated with dragons in relief, diameter 6.75″ (surface pitted and discoloured
270. A Chinese large blue & white vase, rouleau shaped and decorated with birds in flowering branches
271. A Chinese large square tapering vase decorated in polychrome with flowering chrysanthemums, etc., mask and ring handles, height 16″ (base drilled)
272. A Chinese Republic cylindrical vase decorated with mountainous landscape and character text, orange mark to base, height 11″
273. A Chinese porcelain octagonal rice bowl, each side decorated with an immortal in blue & white, seal mark to base, diameter 4″
274. A Chinese circular ribbed rice bowl decorated in polychrome with figures in a garden, square orange seal mark to base, diameter 4.75″
275. A Chinese small rice bowl with polychrome decoration of intertwined fronds, blue & white 6 character seal mark to base, diameter 3.5″
276. A Chinese bronze Hu vase of octagonal baluster form, with ring handles and bands of relief decoration, height 10″
277. A 19th century Chinese/Japanese bronze covered vase of spherical form, with seated figural finial and relief decoration of mythical beasts, on 3 raised feet, 4 character signature to base, height 13″
278. A Chinese jade coloured hardstone figure of a galloping horse, on carved hardwood base, length of horse 8″
279. A 19th century Japanese censer vase on triple feet entwined with dragons, integral hexagonal stand/base, pierced and decorated in relief with vases, dragons, etc., inlaid gold and silver coloured metal, Height 10″ (no cover)
280. A Japanese large brass temple vase with relief decoration of Dogs of Fo, on circular base, eight 10.5″
281. A 19th century Chinese bronze spherical vase, with long wide neck, 12.5″
282. A Chinese quatrefoil shell dish, the reserve panels decorated with flowers and leaves in polychrome against a powder blue and gilt ground, length 9″
283. A Japanese Kutani shallow dish with alternating green and purple border, the centre decorated with pagodas, trees and mountains, red seal mark to base, diameter 13″
284. A Chinese porcelain blue & white rice bowl decorated with dragons, exotic trees, etc., on raised foot, diameter 5.5″
285. A Chinese blue & white cylindrical jardinière with reserve panels of mortals, pagodas; etc., height 7″; a Chinese blue & white large circular dish decorated with a dragon, etc., diameter 16″
286. A Japanese Imari vase of reeded baluster form, height 15″
286A. An early / mid 20th century porcelain figure of a Geisha girl in blue kimono, height 15″
287. A Chinese famille verte circular charger on ebonised stand
287A. A 19th century Chinese Canton fan hand painted with traditional scenes and flowers in gilt and lacquer, in fan shaped frame, width 26.5″
288. A Chinese scroll with gilt characters on a pink background, framed and glazed, height 61″
288A. A Chinese scroll with gilt characters on pink background, framed and glazed, height 61″
289. An early Chinese watercolour on silk depicting birds in flowering branches, 8″ x 11″, framed and glazed
290. A 19th century Japanese Shibayama plaque in black lacquer depicting 2 geisha girls, height 22.5″, in carved frame (seal mark missing)
291. Two 20th century Chinese silk embroidered panels; 3 embroidered pictures, all framed
292. Two Chinese miniature watercolours on rice paper depicting female figures, heights 4″ & 4.5″
293. Two Chinese carved hardstone figures of immortals on square bases, height 4″; a female figure in turquoise lacquer effect, height 4.5″
294. A Chinese Republic circular plate decorated in polychrome, diameter 10½”; a satsuma vase; 2 blue & white teapots; 2 oriental figures; a small terracotta teapot
295. An oriental champlevé enamelled jardinière decorated with dragons, diameter 10.5″
296. A late 19th century Chinese walking cane with white metal finial, 33″; a substantial cane walking stick, 36″
297. A Chinese terracotta stoneware teapot of oval form, with relief rustic decoration, impressed seal marks to base, length 7″
298. A large Chinese blue and white ginger jar decorated with Prunus blossom, 4 character signature to base, height 11″ (no lid)
299. A 19th century Chinese large inverted baluster covered vase, decorated in polychrome with flowers, exotic birds, etc. , the lid with figures flying kites, blue concentric circles to base, height 16 (very slight hairline to neck)

 

Silver, plate and jewellery:

300. A canteen of hallmarked silver cutlery with reeded rims and pointed terminals, comprising 11 dinner forks, 12 soup spoons, 12 dessert spoons and forks, 9 teaspoons, Sheffield 1932, 95 oz.; 5 WMF forks and other silver plated cutlery
302. An EPNS Regency style 4 piece tea service by Garrard; a set of similar spoons; a cruet; etc. £30‑£50
303. A pair of silver pepper pots, cased, Birmingham 1902,2 oz. £30‑£40
304. A silver pepper pot and matching mustard, Birmingham 1915; 2 other pepper pots, 4.1 oz. £30‑£40
305. A pair of silver salts, blue glass liners, Birmingham 1910; another pair of silver cruets £30‑£40
306. A silver Neo-classical style sauce boat, Birmingham 1937, 6.25 oz.; a silver Adam style candlestick (weighted) £50‑£80
307. A late Victorian pair of silver salts of hexagonal form, with embossed decoration, matching spoons, cased, Birmingham 1897 £30‑£40
308. An Edwardian set of 4 silver salts with 2 matching spoons, cased, Birmingham 1905 £30‑£50
309. Four early 20th century silver mustard pots with blue glass liners; 2 silver mustard spoons, total 6 oz. £40‑£60
310. An Edwardian silver bon-bon dish, engraved floral swags, Birmingham 1905; another (no liner); a napkin ring, 3.75 oz. £30‑£40
311. A late Victorian pair of silver heart shaped bon-bon dishes with embossed and pierced decoration, Birmingham 1899; an Art Nouveau silver napkin ring, Chester 1902, 1.5 oz. £30‑£50
312. A late Victorian pair of embossed sweetmeat dishes of shaped octagonal form, Sheffield 1895, 2.8 oz. £40‑£60
313. A pair of Edwardian parcel silver gilt salts, cased, Birmingham 1905; another pair of trefoil form, 1.75 oz. £30‑£50
314. A late Victorian pair of silver shell salts with matching spoons, cased, Birmingham 1899; another pair (1 unmarked); a similar single shell salt, 2 oz. gross £30‑£50
315. A silver cased capstan paperweight commemorating Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee, in original presentation box £30‑£50
316. A silver period style ewer commemorating the 350th Anniversary of the Mayflower and the founding of the Plymouth Colony, 1620-1970, maker P Ltd, London 1969, in polished wood presentation casket, 7 oz. £50‑£80
317. A large selection of “Moderna” stainless steel cutlery
318. Four various silver handle pie slices, Kings pattern; 2 cake knives; a pair of silver napkin rings
319. A silver back hand mirror, brush and comb; a selection of silver plate and cutlery; a WMF style sugar bowl; a copy of Mrs Beeton’s Household Management
320. A mid-20th century canteen of cutlery in oak fitted box; a pewter wine set with jug, tumblers and tray
321. A Maori Tiki pendant in jade coloured hardstone
322. An oriental bowl in pierced and embossed white metal, diameter3.5″; a silver git sifter spoon; cruet pieces; silver plate
323. A large face pocket watch, silver plate with enamel dial in associated hallmarked silver travelling case £40‑£60
323A. 2 rings
323B. A ring
323C. A mounted gold sovereign
324. A large travelling clock/pocket watch in silver mounted case £40‑£60
325. A Victorian set of 18 silver and mother-of-pearl fruit knives and forks, cased, Sheffield 1851, maker A.H. £200‑£300
326. A continental enamelled chick brooch; a Georgian shilling brooch; and others £40‑£60
327. Two Scottish stone set brooches; and others £30‑£40
328. A 1920’s lay’s silver cased wristwatch; another; items of costume jewellery in 2 jewellery boxes £30‑£50
329. A heavy plain silver napkin ring, London 1918; 4 other silver rings, 4.7 oz. total £30‑£50
330. A silver sugar bowl by Ollivant & Botsford, Birmingham 1936; a pair of sugar tongs and 2 napkin rings, 4.5 oz. £30‑£50
331. A Georgian silver cream jug, London 1777, 2.9 oz. £50‑£80
332. A Victorian silver bachelor teapot, London 1845, maker WH, 12.75 oz. £50‑£80
333. A set of 12 sweetmeat forks with mother-of-pearl handles; a quantity of similar knives; a copper dish; a Cornwall glass vase
334. A Charles Horner silver hatpin; another by WHL; another hatpin; other items
334A. A Victorian EPNS Regency style tea kettle on stand; a similar style 3 piece tea service; a coffee pot £30‑£50
335. GB QEII: 4 x £5 coins and a selection of other crowns £25‑£35
336. USA: $1 fine silver 1989 and 2 silver dollars 1890 & 1929 £30‑£40
337. GB QV: a silver crown 1890; an Australian $1 fie silver 2000; 6 other coins £30‑£50
338. A silver Tetradrachm, Egypt, 80 BC; a collection of 16 Roman and similar bronze coins with Westminster Mint certificates £50‑£80
339. Australia: $5 nugget coin; another similar £50‑£80
340. GB Royal Family, 2000, Monarchs of the 20th Century, a collection of postal “coin covers”; The Millennium 2000, a collection of postal “coin covers”, including US/Canada fine silver dollars £40‑£60
341. Australia, Sydney Olympics 2000, $5 coin; 3 other presentation coins; a collection of QV and later copper coins £25‑£35
342. South Africa: One Quarter Krugerrand, 2000 £180‑£220
343. USA: gold $5 1911 £180‑£220
344. GB: Millennium 2000 gold sovereign £180‑£220
345. GB: Millennium 2000 gold sovereign £180‑£220
346. Bicentenary of the United Kingdom, silver commemorative medal, Westminster Mint, 5.5 oz. £40‑£60
347. An amber cigar holder with 9 carat gold band n an engraved silver case; a selection of EPNS wares
348. A silver plated 4 branch epergne; other silver plate
349. An Old Sheffield Plate rectangular serving dish with 2 handles, engraved armorial, 13.5″; an EPNS biscuit barrel
350. A continental gilt filigree Nef, 7.5″; a similar model
351. An Arts & Crafts silver fork and spoon set, Birmingham 1918, cased, maker HCD; an early 19th century caddy spoon
352. A silver plate claret jug; other silver plate
353. A hallmarked silver small salt; a silver napkin ring; baby spoon; silver rim salt; an unusual mother-of-pearl Art Deco table lighter
354. A pair of silver oval candlesticks, classical design with tapering columns, Birmingham 1945, height 5.5″
355. A silver cigarette box, engine turned with slope front, monogrammed, London 1924
356. A five piece HMS and tortoiseshell dressing table set, hand mirror, two brushes and two other brushes Birmingham 1925/6 £80‑£120
357. A selection of Georgian and later silver teaspoons; preserve spoons, pickle forks etc 9oz; a silver letter opener, 2 button hooks etc £100‑£150
359. A gent’s 1970’s Girard -Perregaux Gyromatic Deep Diver wristwatch, with automatic Swiss movement, orange and black dial and internal rotating bezel, case width 40 mm £500‑£800
360. A ladies Rotary gold cased wristwatch
361. A Rotary gilt wristwatch with square face, blue dial and quartz movement, Ref. 10730
362. A Rado Jubile wristwatch, dual coloured case and bracelet, diamond accents to the dial and edge, with international warranty; etc., in original box £300‑£400
363. An Indian white metal trinket box in the form a sitar with peacock finial, 5.83oz.
364. A hallmarked silver and ivory page turner with integral magnifying glass, Birmingham 1915
365. A pair of Edwardian style gilt metal drop earrings set with diamonds, emeralds and amethysts £170‑£200
366. A hallmarked silver toast rack, Birmingham 1936, 5.75oz. and a hallmarked silver stem vase with weighted base, Birmingham 1924 £60‑£80
367. A selection of costume jewellery; belts; etc.
368. A mid 19th century ladies dress watch in engraved yellow metal case (tests as 10 ct +), by Klaftenberger, Watchmaker to the Queen and Prince Consort, Regent St, London; a yellow metal anchor shaped watch key with compass; a 9 carat gold bow brooch £150‑£200
369. A 9 carat hallmarked gold curb chain necklace, 5.2 gm
370. An intertwined star pendant (marks worn, tests as 9ct); on 9carat hallmarked gold fine box chain £30‑£40
371. A 1930’s gent’s wristwatch in yellow metal case, stamped ’14 Karat Gold’, with presentation inscription, on expanding strap £50‑£80
372. A lady’s 18 carat hallmarked gold watch by Candino, on integral engine turned strap
373. A lady’s 1970’s Accurist gold plated wristwatch; other watches and costume jewellery
374. A selection of masonic jewels and medallions
375. A 9 carat masonic enamelled jewel with set square pendant
376. An EPNS 4 piece tea set and tray, etc.
377. A pair of rococo candlesticks; a vine decorated Kiddush cup; beakers; etc.
377A. Two continental silver plated boxes decorated with figures in relief; a cherub embossed silver back hand mirror and silver plate

 

Pictures, Clocks, Metalware & Miscellanea:

378. Paul Mak: (Russian) limited edition etching, signed in pencil, ‘Mary Magdalene’
379. A reproduction triptych with angels; similar panels; Middle Eastern brassware; etc.
380. An attaché case with 2 masonic aprons; sashes; regalia; instruction books; etc.
381. A masonic fitted attaché case containing 4 aprons; various sashes, etc., some with jewels
382. FOOTBALL Autographs: Joe Mercer, Bill Foulkes, Jimmy Hill, Pat Crerand, Mike Summerbee and Tony Book £30‑£40
383. A HORNBY Railway LMS Class 4P 2-6-4T locomotive, 00 gauge, a Royal Mail coach and other rolling stock; An Airfix GMR LMS locomotive and another similar 00 gauge locomotive
384. Britten’s Clocks and Clockmakers; other clock reference books
385. A 19th century photograph of a Fire Service Crew and Tender, Whaley Bridge related photos; an ostrich egg; other vintage items
386. A model of H M S Bounty with extensive decoration
387. A selection of 60;s/70’s 45 rpm singles; a vintage Grundig tape recorder
388. A large collection of vintage vinyl LPs
389. A 19th century American ceremonial sword, Knights of Columbus Masons, named to EW Hale, with engraved ivory handle, by Wm Pettis, Troy, NY, 34″

 

389A: A pierced and riveted steel Great Helmet reproduction

 

389B: A brass mounted pierced and riveted Pigface Bascinet reproduction helmet, 11”

 

389C: An English Civil War riveted steel ‘lobsterpot’ reproduction helmet, 13”

£100‑£150
390. A selection of painted and carved treen, including a gnome ashtray; dog inkwell; Russian lacquered box; etc.
391. A small gilt bronze salt in the form of a donkey with 2 glass panniers, on white marble base, height 3.5″
392. Auguste Moreau: patinated and bronzed figure, boy at water fountain, on ebonised plinth, signed, height 18″
393. Two early/mid 20th century novelty table lighters in the form of knights in armour, height 8.5″ & 10″
394. A modern elephant “mystery” clock with integral swing/clock pendulum by Meiko
395. A brass cased ship’s clock, diameter 7″£
396. A 19th century 10″ circular wall clock, ebonised, with single train fusee movement
397. An early 19th century mercury column barometer in banjo shaped mahogany case, with level, mirror, thermometer and hygrometer
398. An early 19th century mercury column barometer in banjo shaped rosewood case with mother-of-pearl inlay, with level, mirror, thermometer and hygrometer
400. A reproduction wall hanging oak clock with twin brass weights; a reproduction mahogany barometer £20‑£30
401. Two 1th century Vienna wall clock cases
402. An Edwardian inlaid oak balloon top mantel clock with striking French movement, by H Kenyon, Morley, Stockport
402A. An Edwardian Vienna style wall clock in walnut case with barometer and thermometer
403. An Edwardian inlaid mahogany tulip shaped mantel clock with French striking drum movement
404. A 19th century French 3 piece garniture in variegated marble, with central clock striking on bell, and 2 pedestal urns
405. A Victorian cast iron figural stick stand (incomplete) £50‑£80
406. J Robert Tuson: oil on board, surreal still life, with dragon flower and porcelain figure, signed Tuson, 9.5″ x 12″, framed
407. E B Kalm: oil on canvas, St Ives, signed, dated 1950, 20″ x 24″, unframed; a watercolour of Polperro, signed E Titterton
408. E Titterton: oil on board, view of the harbour at Honfleur, 20″ x 24″; and another similar view, 16″ x 20″, both unframed
409. Robert Macbeth: etching after Ochardson, salon scene, signed by both in pencil, 18 x 25″, oak framed; another engraving
411. A selection of collectables including patch/pill boxes; watches; police whistle; an ornate bronze drain cover; etc.
412. A 19th century pair of bronzed spelter Marley horses, one signed, height 16″
413. Louisa M Bancroft (1846-1948): flowers in a vase, oil on canvas, oil on canvas, signed, 14″ x 10″, framed
414. Louisa M Bancroft (1846-1948): flowers in a vase, oil on canvas, oil on canvas, signed, 14.5″ x 21″, framed
415. A collection of reproduction theatre posters, framed; etc.
416. After Helen Bradley: “one Windy Day we went to Lytham”, limited edition print with FA blind stamp, unsigned, not numbered, with attribution from the Unicorn Gallery Wilmslow on the reverse, 10.5″ x 13.5″, framed and glazed
417. A Black Forest revolving musical cake stand; a small collection of 1950’s/60’s Dinky toys; tins; decorative items; a footstool
417A. An album of world bank notes
417B. A large selection of stamps in albums and loose
418. A selection of pewter; a vintage cine camera and hair dryer; 4 flat irons; red clogs; other collectors’ items
419. Two hand puppets; a ‘golly’; a selection of resin animals
420. William Elphick: “The Prospector”, limited edition bronzed resin sculpture; a small oil painting
421. After Sir William Russell Flint: 4 prints depicting young women in domestic an d outdoor settings, with facsimile signatures, framed and glazed
422. Arthur Delaney: Manchester street scenes with tram cars, artist signed proofs, framed and glazed
423. A 19th century mahogany cased mercury column barometer with level mirror, thermometer and hygrometer
424. A 19th century inlaid mahogany cased mercury column barometer with level incomplete; A brass ship’s clock by Sestrel 7″
425. An Art Nouveau embroidered panel depicting lilies set in fire screen, panel height 26.5″
425a. Henri Cassiers (1858-1944): Dutch milking scenes, pair of chromolithographs published by Oderycker & Mendal, framed and glazed
425B. Susie Wilson (Scottish): mixed media abstract image in red, blue and black, signed in pencil, 24″ x 36″, mounted framed and glazed
425C. Kathrine Church (British 1910 – 1999): ‘Anthony in the Salon’, gouache, signed and dated, gallery label to rear identifies the artist’s husband, 15.5″ x 20″, framed and glazed
426. Caroline McNairn (Scottish): ‘Behind the Bush’, coloured screenprint, signed and numbered in pencil 18/60, with stamp
426A. David Michie (Scottish 1928 – 2015): ‘Poppy Heads’, limited edition print signed in pencil, 11/30, 9.5″ x 14.5″
426B. A large framed reproduction Aubrey Hammond ‘To The Convert Halls’ poster, framed and glazed; 2 other vintage posters and a section of Grayson Perry fabric
427. A Pentax SLR camera; 3 vintage cameras; binoculars; a bedside clock; etc.
428. A 19th century mantel clock in black marble architectural case, with visible escapement and French striking movement
429. An unusual kovsh, lacquered and decorated with animals; an Edwardian letter rack; brass candlesticks; bric–brac
430. A vintage wooden golf driver, E R Whitcombe; 3 others similar; 2 irons
431. A Swarovski style musical wall clock; an illuminated panel depicting Marilyn Munroe
432. A Gledhill cash register, c. 1930
433. A pair of Ross binoculars; another pair; a swagger stick with bird finial; a box camera; etc.
434. A violin coffin case and a bow; a turned wood chess set and draughts; a carved bone egg; a novelty ‘Piano’ telephone
435. A pair of Leonardo collection dolls, baby boy and baby girl, each 20″, original boxes
436. HMS Victory, 1:98 scale wood construction kit by Mantua Model, Italy, unopened in original box £25‑£35
437. A 19th century walnut and Tunbridgeware large lap desk with fitted interior, length 19.5″
438. A leather suitcase and 3 others; a 19th century japanned metal hat box
439. A Bradbury hand operated sewing machine in mahogany case
440. Follower of J F Herring: 3 horses looking over a stable door, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly, 11″ x 11″, framed and glazed; a small oil, winter landscape, a framed print £50‑£0
441. A selection of collectables: shell case; printing blocks; brass inkwell with grasshopper; boxes; prayer book; Chippendale style mirror; etc.
442. A watchmaker’s lathe by Webster Whitcomb; a box of related tools
443. An early 20th century African tribal knobkerrie, 19″
444. An Arts & Crafts pewter plaque decorated in colour enamels, 12″; an Art Nouveau pewter fruit bowl with green glass liner; a similar EPNS stand; 2 pieces of copperware
445. A Tunbridgeware box with cube inlay, 6.75″; a Georgian mahogany tea caddy; another inlaid box
446. A Victorian engraved mirror chessboard with cushion frame, 15.5″ overall; other collectables
447. A 19th century brass cased compass; a pair of wire framed spectacles in tortoiseshell case; a pair of pince nez
448. A late 19th century mahogany and brass half plate camera by Adams & Co, London, with Ross 8 x 5 Universal Rapid lens
449. A pair of 10 x 50 binoculars by Lieberman & Gortz, leather case
450. An early 20th century pair of lady’s vintage riding boots with polished beech formers, by Rowell and Sons, Melton Mowbray, size 3/4 approx
451. A Victorian woven cane picnic basket, twin loop handles, 16.5″
452. Geoffrey Sparrow: etching, Crawley and Horsham in Newells Rough, signed and titled in pencil, 8″ x 10.5″, framed and glazed; another print
453. An oriental watercolour portrait of a terrier with yellow bow, signed and with red seal, 17″ x 12″, framed and glazed
454. Francis Dodd: etching, portrait of Gerard W Balfour, signed by artist and sitter 10.5″ x 7″, framed and glazed
455. The Dictionary of Gardening, an Encyclopaedia of Horticulture, colour plates, 8 vols, 1888, (ex Tatton Garden Society)
456. J Abbott McNeil Whistler: “A Study” lithograph, as published in The Magazine of Art, 1904, 12″ x 8″, together with Levy-Whistler lithographs, 1975
457. A Hadfield’s Patent Steel pocket knife with 2 blades, scissors, etc., mother-of-pearl sides, 8.5cm
458. A mid 19th century surgical instrument case in brass bound mahogany, 17″, containing an assortment of vintage collectables
459. An Art Deco wall mirror in square peach glass frame
459A. 4 originally boxed Triang 00 wagons R115 Caboose: R126 Stock car: R137 cement car: R117 oil tank bogie wagon
460. A 19th century brass 4 sectional telescope by D Frazer Watson, Manchester
461. Two pairs of 19th century brass candlesticks; a selection of other brassware
462. A selection of cameras ad binoculars
463. A pair of brass column oil lamps with amber glass reservoirs and chimneys
464. A David Shepard print of elephants, another similar print and a selection of other; A pair of 19th century antiquarian coloured prints Horse Dealing No1 & No2 drawn by R. Scanlan, engraved by J. Harris and published in 1841 by R. Ackerman, framed and glazed
465. A framed poster “Eccles Wake”, an early 20th century wooden framed needlework firescreen; a set of dominoes in box with cribbage board top
465A. Lavergne “Charmeur de Lezards” bronze figure, height 7″ £60‑£80
466. An Art Nouveau style desk lamp; other table/wall lights
467. V Dion: gilt metal group, spaniel with water fowl, signed on marble plinth, length 9.5″
468. Douglas Cameron: pair of oils on canvas, Highland Cattle in the Glens, one signed, 19.5″ X 29.5″, in later gilt frames
469. Eric Young: signed limited edition print, Industrial Landscape, 22″ x 31!, framed and glazed; a colour aquatint of a town scene; another print; a quantity of OS maps
470. A chrome plated ‘bullet’ cigarette lighter; a scout belt; a nest of Indian hardwood tables and other collectables
471. Arthur Delaney: pencil sketch, tram and other vehicles on Oxford Road, Manchester, 11.5″ x 8.5″, framed and glazed
472. 19th Century English School: oil on canvas, the Duke of Wellington on horseback with troops, before the Battle of Waterloo, 20″ x 30″, unframed
473. USA, 19th Century School, Circle of John Englehart, an album of 35+ pencil sketches including a view entitled ‘Indian Village Opposite Fort Langley, Frazer River’, and others on the Columbia River, in album with gilt chinoiserie decorated covers., 9″ x 12″
474. CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE, 1901 – 1979: a SKETCHBOOK, 8.25″ x 5.25″, containing a watercolour sketch of a prize shorthorn bull, 2 other watercolours and a range of pencil drawings covering Orders of Architecture, Wild and Domestic Animals, portraits and figure studies, on over 100 leaves
475. A late 19th/early 20th century bronzed figure of “Discobolus”, classical athlete throwing the discus, on integral rectangular base, height 13″
476. G Van Ryn Dutch river landscape, watercolour, signed, 13″x20″, framed and glazed, 3 other watercolours
477. 19th Century landscape with figure and cattle in river bed, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly, 20″x30″, framed
479. A Jacobean style carved oak cased barometer by Lloyd Payne & Amil of Manchester; A three branch brass ceiling light and a selection of similar wall lights, sconces etc
480. A pair of five branch chandeliers with silvered metal and cherub decoration
480A. A stained wooden sloped front table top writing desk with hinged lid
481. A mahogany lap desk with brass bindings and fitted interior £30‑£50
482. An early/mid 20th century brass lyre shaped mantle clock with applied silvered metal decoration and French balance spring movement on onyx base £60‑£100
483. A Waterman’s pen with 14K gold nib; a similar Blackbird pen; a Conklin pen; a selection of others
484. A Parker 17 ‘Lady’ pen and a selection of others
485. Two Parker Slimfold pens; another Parker pen
486. A Parker Slimfold pen and pencil set; a Slimfold pen and a Junior pen
487. Two Parker Duofold pens, and another with hooded nibs
488. A Parker Vacumatic pen; a Parker Maxima, and a Parker ’17’
489. Two Parker Victory pens; a Slimfold pen
490. Three Parker pens with hooded nibs
491. Three Parker pens: 75, 61, 65 or 45 range
492. A Parker pen in ribbed gold plated case; A Cartier Must De gold plated pen with 18k nib reference 352854, a similar W. German pen
493. Two Parker pens in brushed steel cases; another Parker pen
494. Three Parker pens Duofold pens
495. A selection of collectables: pharmacists’ vials; a jade coloured bead necklace; a Celtic stone cross; a map of the Pytchley hunt; etc.
496. A Tiffany style table lamp in leaded and coloured glass; a fitted picnic basket; a modern 3 piece clock garniture
497. A metal bound barrelled well bottle; decorative china; etc.
498. Three modern oils of flowers in distressed green frames; a modern 3 piece black metal clock garniture; decorative items
499. A wall mirror in wrought gilt metal frame; an easel; a Turkish hookah pipe; a wall sculpture; a silver framed mirror
500. A set of brass kitchen scales and weights; A framed Victorian cricketing print, humorous hunting print, Tunnicliffe bird print etc
501. A Nimrod 2 piece split cane fly rod by Alcocks of Alnwick; a selection of fishing rods
502. Margaret Chapman: “The Gas Iron Seller”, signed print, framed and glazed; a watercolour signed ‘Moir’, framed and glazed; a reproduction 18th century print; a set of children’s encyclopaedias; etc.
503. A late 19th/early20th century brass steam whistle by BSS Ltd
504. A black slate classical architectural style mantel clock with 3 pillars to each side, striking on gong, with key and pendulum
505. Albert Barlow: oil on board, “All Up Hill From ‘Ere Lad”, signed with initials and titled en verso, 12″ x 10″, gilt framed £150‑£250
506. Albert Barlow: oil on board, “Can You Watch M Dog Mister?”, signed with initials, signed and titled en verso, 12″ x 10″, gilt framed £150‑£250
507. John McCombs: oil on board, Gateway to a Winter Landscape, Delph, signed and dated ’16, 13″ x 17″, framed and glazed £250‑£350
508. A large scale world globe set with semi-precious stone veneers, gilt mount, diameter 13″ £50‑£80
509. Peter Mook: composition grotesque bust of an ogre “Gob Smacked”, height 14″ £50‑£80
509A. An early / mid 20th century ‘Chuck Wagon’ and horse childrens fairground ride-on unit in painted metal

 

 

Furniture:

£250‑£300
510. A 130’s oak china cabinet enclosed by 2 glass doors
511. An early 20th century walnut Georgian style bureau with fall front, fitted interior, frieze drawer and 6 pedestal drawers
512. An oak drop leaf occasional table with swivel top; a cake stand
513. A 1930’s oak dining suite comprising draw leaf table, 4 panel back chairs, and sideboard with cocktail section over
514. A Victorian overmantel mirror in walnut and Tunbridgeware frame, on china feet
516. A 19th century oak fall front bureau of 4 graduating drawers with brass swan neck handles, on bracket feet, width 36″
517. A 1930’s oak period style dresser base with 3 geometric moulded drawers, on barley twist legs £100‑£150
518. A distressed oak Georgian style Welsh dresser in the manner of Titchmarsh & Goodwin, with 2 height delft rack over 2 drawers and 2 arched fielded panel doors, width 42″ £200‑£400
519. A 19th century mahogany fold over tea table, with rectangular top, on turned legs
520. A 1930’s oak oval drop leaf dining table on barley twist legs
521. An Edwardian Adam style mahogany armchair with inlaid oval back; a matching dining chair
522. An early 20th century Georgian style fold over card table in gadrooned mahogany, on carved cabriole legs and ball and claw feet, width 24″
523. A Georgian style mahogany pole screen/wine table with needlework panel, on 3 splayfeet
524. A Victorian burr walnut circular occasional table on turned column and triple splay feet
525. A modern pine double wardrobe and headboard
526. A 1960′ teak nest of 3 tile top occasional tables; a rectangular sewing/ occasional table
527. A pair of Edwardian arm chairs upholstered in traditional blue fabric
528. A modern Danish dining/coffee table in lightwood and tubular metal, with rise and fall action
529. An early 19th century longcase clock in inlaid crossbanded oak, the hood with swan neck pediment and turned side columns, canted trunk, three-quarter drawer, arched painted dial and 30 hour movement, Broadhead, height 84″
530. A slatted wood garden suite comprising 2 seater settee, pair of armchairs and table
531. A limed wood torchère on cherub column £40‑£60
532. A mahogany drum shaped library table with insert brown leather top, pedestal base and 4 splay feet £100‑£200
533. A set of 4 19th century Carolean style oak dining chairs, with extensively caved high backs £180‑£250
535. A Louis XV style nest of 3 veneered occasional tables, with floral inlay £20‑£30
536. An ornate gilt metal firescreen with acanthus scrolls and cherub mounts £80‑£120
537. A Louis XV style carved and quarter veneered dining suite in the manner of Epstein, comprising shaped rectangular table, 8 (6 + 2) chairs, with tapestry oval upper panels, sideboard £400‑£500
537A. A Louis XV style carved and quarter veneered side table in the manner of Epstein
538. A Louis XV style quarter veneered oval 2 tier occasional table on tapering cabriole legs £30‑£50
539. A 1960’s circular white laminate pedestal breakfast table £20‑£30
540. A set of 4 1960’s teak dining chairs £20‑£30
542. An Edwardian mahogany side cabinet with carved decoration and single glazed door
543. A small Edwardian carved mahogany wall cupboard with arch pediment and glazed door
544. A 1930’s swivel top oak work / card table with undershelf
545. An Edwardian walnut side cabinet with dentil cornice and carved frieze, square Doric side pillars, single glazed door and secret drawer
546. A Georgian mahogany commode with hinged folding top and front, and false drawer fascias
547. An Edwardian occasional table with shaped square top and inlaid decoration
548. A 1960’s teak G-Plan style coffee table of 2 tiers
549. A 1960’s teak G-Plan style chest of 5 drawers
550. A 1960’s Sapele G-Plan dining suite comprising rectangular extending table, 4 ebonised chairs, and sideboard/display cabinet
551. A George III mahogany fall front bureau with inlaid and fitted interior, 3 long and 2 short drawers with brass drop handles, on ogee bracket feet
552. An Edwardian box seat piano stool
553. A pair of lightwood full height bookcases/record stands
554. An early 20th century mahogany library bookcase enclosed by 4 glazed doors
555. A modernist design lightwood coffee table signed underneath by Martin Fraser 1984; a rustic square coffee table
556. An early 20th century oak large library bookcase enclosed by 5 upper and 5 lower glazed doors
557. A Cassina two seater settee in red fabric with stitchwork to the arms, designed by Gerrit Thomas Rietveld 637 Utrecht Sofa, width 47″, bears label ref. 16984
558. An Art Deco style conservatory settee/bench in green with red highlights by Graydon Design
559. A modernist design wall mirror in shaped twin frame
560. An Edwardian mahogany writing table with drawer, on turned legs
561. A Victorian pine washstand with marble top, tile back and frieze drawer, width 42″ £30‑£50
562. A 19th century elm Windsor armchair with comb back and solid seat, on peg legs £60‑£100
563. An early 18th century oak chest of 4 drawers with geographic moulded decoration, width 45″ £80‑£120
564. A Victorian pine chest of 2 long and 2 short drawers, with associated cabinet top enclosed by 2 glazed doors, width 42″ £40‑£60
565. A Victorian set of 6 mahogany dining chairs with balloon backs £100‑£150
566. A Victorian mahogany dining table with circular tilt top on octagonal baluster column, diameter 53″ £100‑£150
567. A Victorian stripped pine dresser with raised carved back, 7 drawers and central cupboard £150‑£180
568. A 19th century kitchen armchair with stick back; a hall chair with solid seat £15‑£25
569. An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bureau with fall front and 3 drawers, width 30″ £25‑£35
570. A 19th century octagonal wine table on pedestal base; a carved oak small 2 height wall shelf £15‑£25
571. A 19th century pine drop leaf kitchen table, length 54″
572. A Georgian walnut chest of 3 drawers with ornate brass drop handles £60‑£100
573. A Victorian pitch pine bedside cabinet with inlay effect; a 4 height pedestal chest £25‑£35
574. A Victorian pine chest of 2 long and 2 short drawers, width 41″ £30‑£50
575. A Victorian brass bedstead, 4’6″ £80‑£120
577. An Edwardian occasional table with inlaid crossbanded mahogany square top
578. A modern wing back armchair in patterned cream fabric; 2 similar armchairs
579. An Ercol style 4 piece cottage suite with wooden frames and floral tapestry upholstery, comprising 2 seater settee, pair of armchairs and pouffe
580. A mahogany period style stereo cabinet, including stacking system, Garrard deck & LP records
581. A pair of lightwood period style chests of 2 long and 3 short drawers, width 34″
582. A yew wood period style dwarf chest of 3 long and 2 short drawers, width 18″
583. An 18th century longcase clock in crossbanded oak, the hood with moulded cornice and turned columns, quarter turned and reeded columns to the trunk with compressed arch full length door, on turned feet, arched brass dial with moon phase, and 8 day striking movement, height 84″
584. A reproduction mahogany fall front bureau with 4 drawers, width 22″
585. A period style swivel armchair in buttoned brown hide
586. A 1930’s oak drop leaf dining table on barley twist legs; 2 18th century style mahogany dining chairs
587. An early 20th century oak side/music cabinet enclosed by panelled door
588. An Edwardian carved mahogany nursing chair with pierced splat and embossed red seat; a child’s bentwood chair; a stool; a small octagonal occasional table
589. A brown leather tub shaped armchair; an early 20th century striking wall clock; a 1930’s workbox/occasional table
590. A carver chair by ‘Mouseman’ Thompson of Kilburn, with woven lattice back, studded leather seat and chamfered legs
591. A Victorian credenza, ‘D’ ended with floral marquetry inlay, ebonised mouldings and ormolu mounts, enclosed by central panelled door flanked by 2 glazed corner cabinets, on plinth and bun feet, width 59, height 42″ £300‑£500
592. A late 19th/early 20th century ‘D’ shaped side cabinet in the Louis XV style with ormolu gallery and mounts, marble top and frieze drawer, cupboard enclosed by single door with painted panel depicting a couple in 18th century dress, signed ‘M Lebouz’; similar side panels and mirrored undershelf, on cabriole legs, width 27″, height 43″ £300‑£500
593. An Edwardian oak 3 piece bedroom suite comprising mirror door wardrobe with carved panels, dressing table and bed ends
594. A Georgian mahogany chest of 6 short drawers with brass swan neck handles, on bracket feet, width 49″
595. A Georgian mahogany chest of 3 long and 2 short drawers, with oval brass drop handles, on bracket feet, width 42″
596. A Victorian rosewood oval looe table on turned baluster column and 4 scrolled splay feet and castors, length 54″
597. A Georgian oak bow front corner cupboard with moulded cornice and reeded side pillars, enclosed by 2 doors, height 40″
598. A mahogany reproduction chest of 4 long drawers with serpentine front
599. A Victorian mahogany sewing/side cabinet enclosed by 2 diamond pattern doors, with hinged box top
600. A 19th century mahogany twin pedestal desk with 3 frieze and 6 pedestal drawers with brass drop handles, width 60″, depth 35″
601. A Victorian burr walnut square writing table with green inset leather effect top, 2 frieze drawers, on turned tapering legs and castors
602. An oak Arts & Crafts piano stool with railed end supports forming armrests, green fabric seat
603. A Victorian golden oak wind out dining table, rectangular canted top with 2 spare leaves, on turned baluster legs and castors, extended length 95″ (no winder) £100‑£200
604. A Victorian 4ft6″ brass bed with rail ends and mushroom finials
605. A 19th Century longcase clock, arch top hood with turned pillars and brass finials, quarter reeded columns to the trunk, arched painted dial with 8 day striking movement by Penuluna, Helston
606. A 19th century circular extending dining table in crossbanded mahogany, on square tapering legs with castors, 2 spare leaves and extended length 60″
607. A Reproduction distressed oak TV/side cabinet in the manner of Titchmarsh and Goodwin with double cupboard and two drawers beneath
608. A German Rosenkranz upright overstrung piano
609. An Art Nouveau ash carver chair, c.1910, a similar chair
610. A mid Victorian fold over card table in burr walnut on trestle base with turned stretcher, 38″ £50‑£80
611. A set of 7 G-Plan light oak dining chairs with wide top rail £80‑£120
612. A Gomme/G-Plan Brandon mid-20th century three piece bedroom suite in light oak comprising gents combination wardrobe with 3 drawers and 2 cupboards, a double wardrobe and dressing table
613. A Victorian ash chest of 3 long and 2 short drawers
614. A 19th century wood bound dome top cabin trunk
615. A set of 8 19th century style mahogany double balloon back dining chairs with wine velvet seats and turned legs
616. A 1960’s African teak (Afromosia) dining suite designed by Richard Hornby for Fyne Layde comprising extending table, 6 chairs and lowline sideboard comprising four central draws and two side cupboards £300‑£500
617. An Afromosia/African teak nest of 3 occasional tables designed by Richard Hornby for Fyne Ladye
618. A modern pine chest of 4 long drawers, 34″; a pine shelf unit
619. A G-Plan drop leaf table with grey wood finish Formica top, ebonised gate leg base, extending to 50″; a pair of ebonised ladder back chairs
620. A 1970’s pair of cantilever sprung armchairs in chrome and Perspex
621. A 1920’s industrial stool in green painted steel
622. A Jacobean style carved wood stool with Utility mark; a bentwood stool; another; a 19th century country chair
623. An Edwardian mahogany Art Nouveau bureau fitted 3 drawers, with spindle turned gallery back and similar bookshelves to either side, 33″
624. A Victorian mahogany serving table with concealed drawer to one end, tapering octagonal supports, later marble top, 60″
625. A set of 6 (4 + 2) mahogany reproduction dining chairs with shield backs
626. A 1930’s oak large draw leaf dining table on turned baluster legs and shaped stretchers
627. A modern 3 piece lounge suite in brown leather comprising 3 seater settee and a pair of matching armchairs
627a. A rectangular wall mirror in brown leather frame
628. A set of 6 high back dining chairs, brown suede effect
629. A Victorian style large rectangular dining table in stripped and distressed pine, on square legs
630. A large 2 tier rectangular coffee table hardwood in rustic hardwood; a similar mirror
631. A pair of hardwood DVD/side cabinets enclosed by 2 doors
632. A 17th century oak country made chair with panel back, arched fretted bottom and top rails, and solid seat, on turned legs (legs reduced) £30‑£50
633. An early 20th century golden oak monks bench with lion arm rests and box seat £100‑£200
634. A mahogany framed firescreen with tapestry panel
635. A 1970’s Scandinavian cream leather designer swivel reclining armchair by SKOGHAUG Industries (sold as collectors’ item only) £50‑£60
636. A Victorian circular revolving walnut piano stool with needlework seat £30‑£40
637. An Edwardian shaving stand with adjustable mirror and circular top, on turned column and 3 splay feet
638. A Victorian quarter veneered walnut oval top loo table with floral marquetry inlay, quadruple turned columns, 4 splay feet and castors
639. A pair of Victorian mahogany balloon back dining chairs with drop in seats and turned legs; a similar pair of chairs £40‑£60
640. An 18th century countrymade circular tilt top occasional table on turned baluster column and 3 splay feet, width 27″ £30‑£50
641. An 18th century French Provincial rectangular oak dining table with end drawer and square tapering legs, length 65.5″ £80‑£120
642. A 1930’s oak dining suite with draw leaf table on carved bulbous legs, 4 chairs and sideboard of 2 cupboards and 3 drawers
643. A 1930’s oak roll down stationary cabinet £50‑£80
644. Three designer 20th Century metal naturalistic shaped occasional tables in green