Viewing Tuesday 18th September 12 noon – 6.30pm and morning of sale from 9.00am to 12 noon.

Antiques Section starts at 12 noon prompt with Lot 163

Estate Clearance and Vintage section to start at 10.00am

  1. A mahogany reproduction coffee table; a nest of similar tables

 

  1. An Edwardian walnut shaped rectangular occasional table; a needlework firescreen; a pair of mahogany side tables

 

  1. An oak refectory style occasional table; an oak square top plant stand

 

  1. A pair of cane armchairs; a cane magazine rack/occasional table; a raffia and metal 5 drawer pedestal; a circular occasional table

 

  1. A Far Eastern side cabinet with extensive carving, hinged lid and double cupboard

 

  1. A mahogany reproduction full height bookcase

 

  1. A pine reproduction wall shelf unit

 

  1. A stained walnut 4 height chest of drawers; an oak 5 height narrow bookcase

 

  1. An oak oval drop leaf gate leg dining table; a set of 3 pine dining chairs

 

  1. An Edwardian stained wood 3 height wall shelf; 2 mahogany small shelves

 

  1. A 19th century walnut large chest of 2 long and 3 short drawer (split)

 

  1. A Victorian rectangular stool o turned legs and castors; a mahogany reproduction ‘X’ framed stool

 

  1. A mahogany Georgian style dressing table mirror

 

  1. A green Lloyd Loom armchair and linen box

 

  1. An oak pedestal set of stationary drawers

 

  1. A framed print by Rodney Charman; another print in similar frame; 2 Lowry canvas prints

 

  1. A selection of decorative pottery; bric-a-brac; etc.

 

  1. A modern teak display cabinet enclosed by 2 glazed doors; a 1930’s fall front piano stool

 

  1. A dark oak drop leaf dining table and 4 ladder back chairs

 

  1. An early 20th century cast iron stick stand

 

  1. A 19th century beadwork picture; a bridge game and others; a butterfly wing tray; prints; etc.

 

  1. A steel beam balance; brassware; hand printing blocks; rolls razor; other decorative items; etc.

 

  1. A Staffordshire figure of Nelson; a Wade pig money box; other animals and decorative china; a vintage mini TV; a quantity of records

 

  1. A Booth’s Old Willow pattern part tea service; another; 2 Coronation souvenir cups; a selection of coffee cups; etc.

 

  1. A large stoneware jar; another; 2 smaller jars

 

  1. A 2 piece snooker cue in painted tin case; a quantity of coins; a London book; 2 engravings; other collectables

 

26A.   A Lowry print:  “Sailing Boats”; botanical and bird prints; etc.

 

  1. A Geldart signed print of a squirrel; a similar print; etc.

 

  1. Two pleated lamp shades; 18 rolls of B&Q wallpaper

 

  1. A selection of modern white porcelain dinnerware; 2 lantern style ceiling lights

 

  1. A large brown glaze bread mug; stoneware; etc.

 

  1. A Sutherland 18 piece part tea set, Japan bordered; other teaware

 

  1. An early 20th century Alfred Meakin part tea service with rose border

 

  1. Two 19th century sets of 3 graduating jugs; 2 Ridgway bowls; decorative pottery; a 1960’s Saxon brown glaze coffee set

 

  1. A selection of boxed and loose silver plated cutlery; etc.

 

  1. A 19th century bronze hand bell; a coach lamp; decorative metalware

 

  1. Two silver mounted walking sticks and 3 others

 

  1. A selection of dressing table sets; trinket ware; buttons; etc.

 

  1. Two pairs of vintage ice skates; old tins; etc.

 

  1. Two Macclesfield silks; 2 overnight cases; costume dolls

 

  1. An oak 2 drawer filing unit; a mahogany dwarf chest of drawers

 

  1. An ethnic burnished pottery vase; a vintage first aid kit; china; pewter; decorative items

 

  1. A Victorian wooden and lead lined toilet cistern; a vintage ‘Hoover’ (sold as collector’s item only); a British Boudoir carpet cleaner (sold as collector’s item only)

 

  1. A 1930’s Genalex oak cased wall clock; a vintage hide suitcase sold by Harrods

 

  1. A selection of World stamps in 5 albums

 

 

  1. A 19th century oak corner cupboard; a 19th century country made ladder back rocking chair

 

  1. An oak drop leaf 2 tier tea trolley; an oak swivel top drop leaf occasional table; An oak reproduction bible box/occasional table

 

  1. A small carved oak twin panel blanket box

 

  1. A Victorian mahogany circular pedestal occasional table (foot a.f.); 2 Edwardian bedroom chairs; a Chinese rug with green ground

 

  1. Two wall mirrors; a triple mirror; a print of New York; crockery; kitchenware; etc.

 

  1. A Victorian pierced cast iron fender

 

  1. A selection of various china and glassware

 

  1. A selection of various treen; metalware and decorative items

 

  1. A selection of Studio pottery and other similar items

 

  1. Two folding garden chairs and a parasol

 

  1. A large cut glass mushroom shaped table lamp

 

56C.   A pair of watercolours:  rocky seascapes, framed and glazed

 

  1. A large pine blanket chest

 

  1. An oak blanket chest

 

  1. A Formica top drop leaf kitchen table

 

  1. A turned wood standard lamp

 

  1. An early 20th century leather kit/cricket bag and contents

£40-60

 

  1. A nest of 1 large and 2 small mahogany reproduction tables, with drawer and leather insert

 

  1. An oak oval drop leaf gate leg dining table

 

  1. An early 20th century mahogany oval Sutherland table; A nest of 3 mahogany reproduction occasional tables; a mahogany reproduction plant stand, a linen box

 

  1. A Georgian mahogany flat front corner cupboard, crossbanded with boxwood stringing, width 31″

 

  1. A treadle table; a wicker standard lamp; a sage green painted fall front bureau with single drawer and double cupboard under

 

  1. An oval G-Plan style extending dining table on tapering legs and 4 similar chairs

 

  1. A set of 4 teak chairs with leather effect seats; a teak blanket box

 

  1. Two green baize notice boards

 

  1. Two green baize notice boards

 

  1. A selection of unopened gift box sets; a vintage wine picnic box; bric-a-brac

 

  1. A selection of Losol Greek key dinnerware

 

  1. A 1950’s overmantel mirror with peach glass side panels and swan; a Verdigris finish weather vane; a 1930’s style tassel lamp shade

 

  1. A modern 3 height chest of drawers with floral motifs; 3 painted occasional tables

 

  1. A pine framed dressing table mirror; 2 gilt framed mirrors

 

  1. A selection of pictures and prints; 2 lamp shades

 

  1. A selection of books

 

  1. A selection of “Just the Right Shoes”; etc.

 

  1. A selection of decorative china

 

  1. An R2D2 soft toy; Star Wars cards; 2 Dr Who items; John Wayne cards; 3 small New York box prints; 2 glass vases; “Frozen” set; blue vase; a jar; A Falcon ware part dinner and tea service with red, gilt and floral decoration; a modern Chinese style vase; An Art Kane Harlem 1958 monochrome print; 3 small block prints of Venice

 

  1. A selection of Victorian style dolls

 

  1. A selection of decorative items and 2 lamps

 

  1. A New York skyline box print; a similar New York taxis; a Yorkshire farmyard print; a selection of music related books: History of Fleetwood Mac; Roxy Music; British chart songs; etc. – A pair of Parisian canvas panels, a floral wall display etc

 

  1. A reproduction set of 3 painted wood icons; a bronzed canteen of cutlery; an ebony dressing table set; Royal commemorative book; etc.

 

  1. A lantern style lamp, and a two armed desk lamp; a framed and glazed French fashion panel and another similar larger fashion picture; three painted mirrors

 

  1. Six Shelley floral dishes, various plates, Minton, R Doulton etc; Noritake ‘Clara’ part tea set, other teaware

 

  1. A selection of Victorian and later coloured glassware; Three cranberry edged light shades; other Victorian and later glass shades

 

  1. A 19th century brass bound lap desk (a.f.); a 1930’s part tea set; a Japanese coffee set; decorative china and glass

 

  1. A Crown Ducal 8 piece trinket set; other trinket ware; A Royal Staffordshire Camellia pattern tea service and similar teaware; a Minton’s rose pattern 21 piece part tea service

 

  1. A pair of Vienna ivory and gilt floral vases (slight a.f.); Royal commemorative china; a pair of Murano glass seahorse figures; other china and glassware

 

  1. An oval gilt framed wall mirror; a collage; 2 19th century style prints

 

  1. A tribal sword, a dissection kit and a selection of wood turner’s tools

 

  1. A pair of Willow pattern covered tureens; a mid-Victorian blue floral part tea service; 19th century and later china

 

95A.   A selection of onyx ornaments; a selection of antique glass bottles; metalware; prints; etc.

 

  1. A Hornby Dublo ‘Dock Authority’ loco and accessories, boxed

 

  1. A 1930’s Underwood portable typewriter with case

 

  1. A pair of Edwardian carved mahogany bedroom chairs; a 1930’s oak bookcase

 

  1. A mahogany 6 height bookcase

 

  1. A selection of various framed and glazed watercolours by P Whitall; etc.

 

  1. Two 3 height metal and glass TV stands; a chrome towel rail and other fittings

 

  1. A Panasonic 40″ TV with rct

 

  1. A reproduction dog grate fire heater

 

  1. A mahogany reproduction telephone seat

 

  1. A mahogany reproduction tilt top occasional table; 2 similar standard lamps

 

  1. A reproduction dwarf mahogany chest of drawers a pine bedside cabinet

 

 

  1. A 1930’s oak Patent drop leaf dining table

 

  1. A 19th century mahogany side table

 

  1. An Art Deco bedside cabinet with ‘D’ front

 

  1. A mountain bike and a selection of garden tools

 

  1. A vintage set of rustic wooden steps

 

  1. A mahogany set of vintage bed steps

 

  1. A selection of antique silver plate serving spoons; other cutlery; A Swinnertons Staffordshire “Nestor Vellum” part dinner and tea service with 22 carat gold rim; an Alfred Meakin “Realm Rose” dinner service

 

  1. Two period style mahogany fire surrounds, one with inset marble effect

 

 

Antique Section to start at 12.00 noon

Illustrated catalogue and live bidding available at

www.the-saleroom.com /maxwells

 

Ceramics:

  1. A Royal Doulton figure “Marie”; a selection of decorative figures and china; 2 Swiss chalet music and jewellery boxes; a slide viewer; etc.

 

  1. A large 18th century continental tin glazed lobed dish (possibly Arnhem) decorated in blue and white, the border with relief scrolls, Gothic masks and female torso, central panel depicting man with flowers in 18th century dress

£100-150

 

  1. A mid-20th century Chinese fish bowl with orange coloured design, on floor standing hardwood base

 

  1. Three Eastern European glazed terracotta bowls; another similar with painted decoration; another earlier bowl

£30-50

 

  1. A porcelain figure of a lady dressed in kimono, height 14½”

 

  1. A Chinese Republic style large vase, white ground with painted decoration of men with horses, marked to base, height 15″ (rim a.f.)

 

  1. A Chinese ‘famille verte’ style large table lamp; an Imari style table lamp

 

  1. A 20th century Chinese barrel shaped garden seat in blue and white

 

  1. A selection of crystal chandelier fittings and drops; etc.; 2 wall lights

 

  1. A Spode figure: Georgina by Pauline Shone; a set of 6 wine glasses

 

  1. A Victorian tea service by Adams, gilt bordered and painted relief decoration; a Paragon part tea set

 

  1. A pair of Noritake urn shaped vases; a Losolware vase; a Chinese blue and white covered vase with 4 character mark to base (a.f.)

 

  1. A Dresden style oval mirror encrusted with cherubs and flowers; other similar china

 

  1. A Chinese Canton porcelain table lamp of square baluster form; a similar lamp

£20-40

 

  1. A Royal Albert Old Country Rose tea set, 25 pieces, 6 setting, including teapot and stand and tea cosy; 4 Foley “Broadway” coffee cups and saucers, and milk jug

£25-35

 

  1. A Paragon 15 piece floral coffee set; a set 12 Bavarian china dessert plates decorated in polychrome with fruit; a 1930’s Crown Ducal fruit set; etc.

 

  1. A 1970’s Poole dish; a Beswick group of 2 kittens; a USSR china bear; a blue and white ‘hunting’ 4 piece tea set; etc.

 

  1. A Victorian Japan pattern part dinner service by Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co, including 5 graduating oval meat plates, 14 dinner plates, 8 side plates, sauce boat

 

  1. A Chinese polychrome vase of bulbous form; 2 others

 

  1. A Moorcroft planter, hibiscus pattern on a cream ground, signed and impressed, height 5″ (some crazing; hairline crack to rim)

 

  1. An early/mid-20th century Chinese oval tureen with cover, in the famille verte style, length 11½”; a modern Chinese blue and white salad bowl; a Victorian blue and white pitcher

 

  1. A green glass decanter stopper with double face, and 2 ashtrays, by Rosenthal for Versace, in original boxes; a Medusa double faced paperweight by Versace, boxed; a modern blue paperweight

 

  1. A modern Chinese blue and white fish bowl

 

  1. A Wedgwood part tea service with blue and gilt border, 30 pieces approx; a large quantity of Royal Worcester Regency dinner and teaware

 

  1. Four pieces of cranberry glass; Victorian coloured glass

 

  1. A Poole vase; Victorian and later pottery; etc.

 

  1. A 19th century Chinese Nankin blue & white vase of inverted baluster form; a pair of similar tea bowls and saucers; an Imari dish

 

  1. A selection of Royal Commemorative china and ephemera; Masonic mugs

 

  1. A selection of Victorian pottery jugs; later teapots; etc.

 

  1. A selection of feeding mugs; 2 china ‘Sailor’ tobacco jars; an elephant musical decanter; decorative china

 

  1. Two items of T G Green Cornish kitchenware; blue & white ware; etc

 

199A. A Paragon Anastasia 16 piece part tea set and other 19th and 20th century tea cups and saucers etc

 

  1. A Royal Worcester large oval meat plate with chinoiserie decoration; a pair of 19th century Davenport hand painted dessert plates and similar comport

 

  1. A 19th century Rockingham style teapot; a 19th century Davenport jug; a Maling lustre bowl; a Royal Crown Derby Japan pattern dish; decorative china

 

  1. A Chinese Canton “famille verte” large punch bowl decorated with reserve panels of interior scenes diameter 15″ (restored)

 

  1. A Chinese shaped oval dish with celadon glaze, on short feet, 6 character signature, 8¼”; a similar inverted baluster vase, height 5″

 

  1. A Chinese baluster vase in plain sang de boeuf glaze, height 12″

 

  1. A Chinese square vase with elephant mask handles, light blue glaze and circular foot, 6 character signature to base, height 11½”, on carved hardwood stand

 

  1. A Chinese 2 handled vase, double gourd shaped, with extensive gilt decoration on powder blue ground, seal mark to base, 6¾”, on carved hardwood stand

 

  1. A “Chinese Imari” inverted baluster vase decorated in underglaze blue, orange and gilt with flowers and birds, seal mark to base, height 9½” (neck a.f.; converted to lamp base); a Chinese cylindrical brush pot, height 6″

 

  1. A Chinese “famille verte” decagonal dish, diameter 8½”; a Cantonese shallow dish, and boy at a table, diameter 7¼”

 

  1. A Chinese blue and white vase of inverted baluster column form, height 11½” (finial missing); a Chinese ginger jar style vase decorated with dragons; 5 smaller pieces of Chinese porcelain

 

  1. Two pairs of modern Delft vases; a 1930’s blue lustre vase; a stoneware vase decorated with fighting cocks; a pair of Satsuma vases (a.f.)

 

  1. A late 19th century set of 5 Royal Worcester graduating tureens, rectangular shaped with covers, gilt borders, stylized flower and acanthus decoration in underglaze blue, 3 with stands

£50-70

 

  1. A Royal Dux group of a female nymph seated on a conch shell playing panpipes, in mottled green and pink under a lustre glaze, raised blue triangle mark, height 13″

£50-70

 

  1. A continental bisque vase in the Royal Dux manner, encrusted with young couple and kid, relief acanthus decoration and 4 scroll feet, in muted greens and browns, height 15½” (minor chips to rim and leaf behind boy)

£30-50

 

  1. A pair of Royal Doulton stoneware “Slater’s Patent” vases of baluster form, with slender tapering necks and wide flared rims, height 13½”

£60-100

 

  1. A Victorian glass epergne with circular folded green and opaque white vase, 3 cranberry flutes with trailed decoration, height 16½”

£80-120

 

  1. A Moorcroft squat bulbous vase with flambé clematis decoration, impressed and signed in blue, with original paper label, height 7½”

£130-180

 

  1. A pair of James MacIntyre vases  designed by William Moorcroft, ’18th Century’ pattern, globular form with double gourd necks and raised feet, brown printed mark, signed in green, numbered M2837/40, height 10¼” (some glaze crazing)

£500-800

 

  1. A William Moorcroft squat circular vase decorated with pansies against a blue ground, impressed and signed in blue, height 4½”

£130-180

 

  1. A William Moorcroft “Florian” vase of 2 handled inverted baluster form with short neck and flared rim, decorated in blue and green, and with red poppies, signed in green, height 9¾” (glaze crazing; 2 semi-circular underglaze firing crack)

£350-500

 

  1. A James MacIntyre blue Florian vase of slender waisted form with folded rim, decorated with poppies, designed by William Moorcroft, brown printed mark, signed in green, height 12″

(1 part of lip restored)

£150-250

 

  1. A James MacIntyre & Co Florian 2 handled covered vase on slender column and flared foot, decorated with poppies in blue and green, designed by William Moorcroft, brown printed mark, signed in green, height 12½” (lid restored, some brown crazing to outer body and inner bowl; short hairline to rim)

£150-250

 

 

  1. A William Moorcroft Florian vase of 2 handled baluster form, decorated with red poppies and blue flowers against a white ground, signed in green and dated 1913, height 11″

£400-600

 

  1. A William Moorcroft large vase, Pomegranate pattern on blue ground, impressed, signed in green, 10½”

£350-500

 

  1. A James MacIntyre & Co Florian vase of slender waisted form with folded rim, in blue and green, decorated with poppies, designed by William Moorcroft, made for “Liberty & Co” signed in green, height 12″, Reg No 326470, height 12″

£400-600

 

 

  1. A William Moorcroft wide circular vase decorated with frilled orchids against a shaded green ground, impressed and signed in blue, height 6½”

£100-150

 

  1. A James MacIntyre & Co pair of blue Florian vases of wide top form on arc foot, decorated with poppies, designed by William Moorcroft, brown printed mark, impressed “WM des”, one lettered M 733 heights 8″ & 8½” (rims and one foot pedestal restored)

£300-500

 

  1. A William Moorcroft vase with bulbous body and wide neck, frilled orchid on blue ground, impressed, signed in blue, height 9″

£120-160

 

  1. A William Moorcroft baluster vase with short narrow neck and circular foot, frilled orchid on green ground, impressed, height 8½”

£120-160

 

  1. A William Moorcroft ovoid vase on flared foot, decorated with orchids against a shaded blue/green ground, impressed, signed in blue, original paper label, height 4½”; a matching vase decorated with freesia against a shaded green ground, impressed

£100-150

 

  1. A Moorcroft covered scent bottle/vase of bulbous form decorated with anemones against a green ground, impressed, height 6″ (some restoration to rim and stopper)

£50-80

 

  1. A William Moorcroft baluster vase wisteria pattern on blue ground, impressed and signed in green, height 5″

£70-100

 

  1. A William Moorcroft short and wide vase pomegranate pattern on blue ground, impressed, signed in green, height 3″ (hairline crack to base; base inner rim restored)

£50-80

 

  1. A James MacIntyre & Co Florian vase by William Moorcroft, of waisted tapering form in green and gold, brown printed mark, signed in green, numbered M2093, height 12½” (base drilled)

£200-300

 

  1. A James MacIntyre & Co Florian vase by William Moorcroft, twin handles, slender neck and bulbous body, brown printed mark, signed in green, No M2141/97, height 13″ (restoration to handles)

£250-350

 

  1. A Walter Moorcroft large baluster vase decorated with frilled lilies on a blue ground, raised foot, impressed and signed in blue, height 15″

£300-500

 

  1. A Walter Moorcroft double gourd vase decorated with poppies on a blue ground, impressed and signed in blue, height 12½” (hairline crack to base)

£180-250

 

  1. A Walter Moorcroft bulbous vase with wide neck and flared rim decorated with poppies against a shaded blue ground, impressed and signed in blue, height 10″

£200-300

 

  1. A William Moorcroft ovoid tapering vase decorated with pansies on a shaded blue ground, impressed and signed in green, height 10¼” (rim restoration)

£180-250

 

  1. A James MacIntyre & Co Florian vase of bulbous form with gourd neck, panels of blue and yellow flowers and gilded decoration, designed by William Moorcroft, brown printed mark, signed in green, No 2838/13, height 7″ (wear to gilt on neck; some crazing)

£20-250

 

  1. A Moorcroft shallow dish on raised foot, decorated with hibiscus against a green ground, impressed, diameter 7″; a shallow dish with wisteria on a blue ground, impressed and signed in blue, diameter 7½”

£100-150

 

  1. A Moorcroft large ovoid vase decorated with flambé wisteria, impressed and signed in blue, height 10½” (very faint hairline to base and restoration)

£250-350

 

  1. A Moorcroft ovoid vase on wide flared foot, decorated with flambé leaves and berries, impressed and signed in green, height 6″

£200-300

 

  1. A pair of William Moorcroft classical baluster vases on circular feet, blue ground decorated with the Pomegranate pattern, impressed and signed in green, height 9½” (each foot restored)

£150-250

 

  1. A large Moorcroft vase of ovoid form, decorated with anemones against a blue ground, impressed and signed in green, with paper label, height 13½”

£300-500

 

  1. A large Moorcroft vase of inverted baluster form, decorated with anemones against a blue ground, impressed and signed in green, height 12½” (restored)

£200-300

 

  1. A Moorcroft vase of inverted baluster form, decorated with wisteria against a blue ground, impressed and signed in green, height 10″

£200-300

 

  1. A Moorcroft baluster vase decorated with pansies against a blue ground, impressed and signed in green, height 8½” (rim restored)

 

  1. A William Moorcroft 2 handled jardinière of tapering form on circular foot, decorated in the Pomegranate pattern against a blue ground, impressed and signed in blue, height 8½”

£180-250

 

  1. A William Moorcroft ovoid vase, decorated in the Pomegranate pattern against a blue ground, impressed and signed in green, height 9″

£180-250

 

  1. A Moorcroft vase of inverted baluster form, decorated with flambé anemone, impressed and signed in green, height 6″ (restored)

 

  1. A Moorcroft baluster vase with compressed body and long waisted neck, decorated with flambé anemone, impressed and signed in blue, height 6½”

£120-160

 

  1. A Moorcroft ginger jar shaped vase decorated with leaves and berries on shaded blue ground, impressed and signed in blue, height 6″

£70-100

 

  1. A William Moorcroft vase of flared form, decorated with the Pomegranate pattern, impressed and signed in green, height 8½” (restoration)

£80-120

 

  1. A William Moorcroft vase of inverted baluster form, decorated with a band of pomegranates between 2 entwined cable borders, blue ground, impressed and signed in blue, height 7″(slight restoration to rim)

£50-80

 

  1. A Moorcroft covered preserve pot of cylindrical form, decorated with wisteria against a blue ground, impressed and signed in green, height 3½” (restored)

£50-70

 

256A. A Victorian coloured figure of a young girl in pleated skirt, dancing

 

  1. Menneville: Art Deco figure in patinated bronzed ivorine, lady with feather fan, on stepped black marble base, signed, height 16½”

£250-350

 

257A. A Paragon “Kensington” part dinner and tea service, 49 pieces approx

£30-50

 

  1. A cut glass table lamp and shade; 2 cut table lamp shades and Victorian coloured glass

 

  1. A Capodimonte porcelain figure group: La Sopresa, with huntsman and dog, height 14½” (ear missing); A Capodimonte porcelain figure group of Tramp with birds on a bench, width 10″

 

  1. A Royal Doulton figure: “Ascot” HN 2356; Three Royal Doulton ladies:  “Southern Belle” H 2229 (a.f.); “Sandra” HN 2275 & “Janina” HN 2461

£15-30

 

  1. A Royal Doulton Kingsware pitcher, brown glazed, depicting man drinking ale, and motto ending: “. . . Let’s be Merry’, hallmarked silver rim

 

  1. A Royal Doulton brown stoneware puzzle jug with multiple spouts, pierced neck and tube lined motto, height 7″ (1 spout repaired)

£50-80

 

  1. For Royal Doulton Bunnykins figures; a Sylvac dog; miniature china; etc.

 

  1. Two Mason’s ginger jars, boxed; Carltonware; coloured glass; etc.

 

  1. Two cut decanters; a wine jug; a Waterford style sugar dredger and glassware; a selection of cut and other drinking glasses

 

  1. Dillon Clarke: Studio Glass – a cylindrical glass vase decorated with pressed floral motifs, signed and numbered 2382, height 9½”, diameter 7½”

 

  1. An early 20th century Japanese Imari vase with stylized decoration of birds in foliage, 12½”

 

  1. A set of 4 Puigdemont majolica wall plaques, diameter 11″

 

  1. A 19th century set of 4 amethyst glass finger bowls; a selection of silver plated boxed and loose cutlery; a pair of Victorian vases decorated with scenes after Angelica Kauffman; similar Victorian vases and jugs; Aynsley; Limoges and decorative china

 

  1. A Copeland ‘Chinese Rose’ part dinner service (app 44 pieces); a Masons dish etc

 

  1. A Paragon “Tree of Kashmir” design 15 piece coffee set; a 6 piece floral trinket set

 

  1. A pair of Imari vases; 3 Midwinter graduated jugs; a tea set; decorative china

 

  1. A selection of Royal Worcester Evesham and similar dinnerware, 30 pieces approx; a selection of Willow pattern pottery

 

  1. Twenty pieces of Royal Doulton “Platinum Concord” teaware; decorative china; cut drinking glasses; etc.

 

  1. A matched floral pattern cabaret set; a 19th century Royal Crown Derby teapot (spout a.f.); 3 cabinet cups and saucers; 3 plates

 

  1. Three Chinese shallow dishes decorated in polychrome with exotic birds, flowers and butterflies on a celadon ground, diameter 10″

 

  1. Two 19th century Staffordshire King Charles Spaniels, one with a basket of fruit, heights 14″ & 12″; a pair of Staffordshire dogs with lustre decoration, height 7″; a similar smaller pair

 

  1. A pair of Staffordshire cow and calf spill vases (a.f); a Staffordshire flatback castle with twin turrets; 3 cottages

 

  1. A 19th century Staffordshire flatback figure “Wallace”, height 17″; a similar figure “Barns”; 2 Staffordshire flatback Scots courting groups

 

  1. A 19th century Staffordshire group “Red Riding Hood”; a greyhound group; a sheep group; 3 others

 

  1. Two 19th century copper lustre jugs; 2 black jugs; a cow creamer; Victorian vases; etc.

 

  1. A large selection of Booth’s Real Old Willow dinner and teaware

 

  1. A selection of Noritake and other trinket ware

 

  1. A Carltonware ‘verte royale’ ginger jar; a similar vase; other Carltonware

 

  1. An early 19th century blue and white tureen stand; blue & white and other decorative plates and platters

 

  1. A selection of Wedgwood Jasperware and other Wedgwood

 

  1. A pair of Dresden style figures; a similar table centre; etc.

 

  1. Three cut decanters and glassware

 

  1. A selection of china and glass bells; Royal commemorative ware; etc.

 

  1. A Paragon china part tea service; other teaware

 

  1. A Monart style swirl glass vase; decorative coloured glassware

 

  1. A Royal Albert ‘Night and Day’ 21 piece tea set; 4 Wedgwood limited edition plates with certificates; other china

 

  1. A late 18th/early 19th century Chinese porcelain cup and saucer decorated with pagodas in landscapes in blue and gilt; a ‘Cumbria Crystal’ wine glass with air twist; 2 silver napkin rings

£0-40

 

  1. Two gents 1960’s vintage wristwatches by “Bentima” & “Services”

 

  1. A selection of pottery decorated with classical scenes in 22 carat gold; a 3 piece cottage tea set; other china

 

  1. E W Alcock: a Minton baluster vase decorated with pheasants in a landscape (crazing)

 

  1. A collection of Aynsley trinket ware; a Colclough Japan bordered part tea set; Victorian Jackfield style pottery; etc.

 

  1. An unusual Chinese teapot in the form of a bird on a branch, under deep blue glaze, length 8½” (chips to stopper, rim and leaves; foot repaired)

 

  1. A Wedgwood light blue Jasperware 22 piece tea set including tea and coffee pots; a pair of Jasperware candlesticks; a pair of ribbon plates decorated with butterflies

 

Silver and Jewellery:

 

300A. An early 20th century Japanese silver cased jewellery box with 3 graduated drawers in black lacquer work, the case with engraved fan motifs, impressed seal  marks to base, 4″ x 5.25″ x 4.75″

£200-300

 

  1. A hallmarked silver sauce boat and ladle, Sheffield 1927, 4½ oz.; 3 pieces of silver plate

£30

 

  1. A silver 5 piece cruet set of canted rectangular form, with liner and 3 spoons, boxed, Birmingham 1937, 6½ oz.

£50-80

 

  1. An early 20th century bachelor’s silver 3 piece tea set of ribbed swelling form, London 1903, 19½ oz.

£150-180

 

  1. A pair of hallmarked silver monogrammed napkin rings, boxed, Sheffield 1945, 2½ oz.; a silver handle 3 piece preserve set, boxed; a set of 6 silver plated fish knives and forks, and servers, boxed

£30

 

  1. A selection of silver plated boxed and loose cutlery

 

  1. A gent’s yellow metal ring set jade cabochon in square obsidian, stamped ‘750’

£150-200

 

  1. A modernist white metal cast pendant by Mavis Hollingworth, on chain

£50-100

 

  1. A ladies white metal dress ring set large oval hematite in marcasite surround

 

  1. A white metal Victorian style dress ring set hematite in rectangular floral surround

 

  1. A pair of 9 carat hallmarked gold oval cufflinks, monogrammed and engine turned

£70-100

 

310A. A silver sugar sifter with pierced lid and circular foot, Birmingham 1938, 4oz.

 

  1. A cultured pearl single strand necklace

£25-35

 

  1. A 9 carat hallmarked gold rope twist necklace with central bar, 10.7 g

£90-120

 

  1. A modernist 9 carat hallmarked gold rectangular pendant on 9 carat box chain

£70-100

 

  1. A necklace formed from 3 colour graduating palm leaf links, stamped ‘7500’

£550-650

 

315A. A silver pedestal goblet with beaded rim and presentation inscription, London 1859, 7½ oz.

 

  1. World Wildlife Fund Conservation Collection of world silver coins, 1974-1979, on display trays, 53 in total

£300

 

  1. The Genius of Michelangelo collection of 60 silver medals, in album with certificates

£350

 

  1. A pair of silver dwarf candlesticks in the classical style, Birmingham 1908 (1 a.f.); a selection of silver plate and metalware

 

  1. A silver chased cigarette case, Birmingham 1924; a silver engine turned cigarette case, Birmingham 1923, 6 oz.; costume jewellery

£50

 

  1. A set of 6 silver chased fish knives and forks, boxed, Sheffield 1897

£60-100

 

  1. A pair of simulated ivory salad servers with white metal crested acanthus embossed handles; a boot hook with embossed silver handle

£30-50

 

  1. A 19th century American white metal 7 piece manicure/dressing table set, monogrammed, each piece set with an amethyst coloured stone, embossed with flowers and garlands, stamped ‘Sterling’, by Foster Bailey

£200-250

 

  1. A white metal rectangular dressing table tray, monogrammed, with gadrooned border and acanthus cartouche, stamped ‘900’ J C Osthues, 8 oz.

£80-120

 

  1. A silver tapering cup with gilt interior, monogrammed, c 1961, 1.7 oz.; a spirit measure inscribed ‘Just a thimble’, Birmingham 1953, 1.38 oz.; a similar continental cup, chased and inscribed, 1.74 oz. (dented)

£30-50

 

  1. A silver capstan shaped pepper grinder, London 1900; a similar waisted and gadrooned mustard with blue glass liner and spoon (marks worn); a Georgian style ribbed mustard on ball feet, weight of mustard 4 oz.

£40-60

 

  1. A faceted glass inkwell with ribbed silver top and stand, London 1903, base 4.5 oz.

£60-100

 

  1. A silver tapering ribbed mug, monogrammed, Birmingham 1933; a cylindrical mug on raised foot, monogrammed (marks worn), 6 oz.

£50-80

 

  1. A silver engine turned cigarette case, Birmingham 1941; a silver cigarette case, monogrammed, Birmingham 1891 (dented), 6½ oz.

£50-70

 

  1. A silver sardine server, fiddle and thread pattern, London 1868; a similar tablespoon, London 1792, 4½ oz.

£35-50

 

  1. A pair of silver king’s pattern sugar tongs, London 1841; a pair of reeded tongs, London 1885, 3.5 oz.; a silver plated sauce boat and stand; a pair of silver plated sauce ladles; etc.

£30-50

 

330A. A gold chain stamped ‘375’, 19.4gm

 

  1. A chased dip pen; a chased gem set propelling pencil; 2 teaspoons; a WWII medal; various Masonic medals

£20-30

 

  1. A monogrammed silver christening mug of ribbed and waisted form, with chased decoration, Birmingham 1932; a French white metal cup with shell embossed decoration, 4 oz. gross

£50-70

 

  1. A silver pierced octagonal tea strainer and stand, London 1933, 3 oz.

£30-50

 

333A. A white metal rectangular trinket box, crested, the hinged lid with ribbed sunburst decoration and acanthus cartouche, gilt interior; a smaller matching 2 division box, both stamped ‘J C Osthues 900’, 14 oz.

£150-200

 

  1. A Georgian style silver sugar dredger of baluster form, with pierced domed top, on 3 lion mask paw feet, London 1929, 12.3 oz.

£40-50

 

334A. Two Victorian crowns:  1889 & 1890; a Churchill crown; 3 QEII Silver Jubilee crowns, boxed; a Montgomery crown, boxed; 3 Queen Mother crowns, boxed; a Prince of Wales 10$ coin, boxed, weight of silver 8 oz. approx

 

  1. A bronze commemorative medallion with relief head portrait of Napoleon, and Prometheus to the reverse, diameter 3″

 

  1. Five hallmarked silver napkin rings, various dates and assay offices, 5½ oz.

 

  1. A pair of silver cauldron salts with ornate scrolled and embossed decoration, on triple hoof feet, with spoons, London 1894, 3½ oz.

£40-60

 

337A. A 5 piece blue enamel back dressing table set, Birmingham 1927 (some enamel chips)

 

  1. An Art Deco part canteen of silver plated cutlery by Arthur Price; other silver plated cutlery

 

338A. A silver 3 piece cruet of plain circular form Birmingham 1922, 2.2 oz. (dented)

 

  1. A mahogany box containing a part canteen of silver plated cutlery by Arthur Price; other silver plate

 

  1. Six 19th century fiddle pattern dessert spoons, monogrammed; another silver dessert spoon, various dates and assay offices; a cased set of 6 silver plated dessert knives and forks

 

  1. A selection of watches; cufflinks; etc.

 

  1. A selection of diamante and costume jewellery

 

  1. A selection of bead and metal necklaces; brooches and costume jewellery

 

  1. Two Victorian shell cameos; other Victorian brooches

 

  1. A swivel fob, stamped ’10C’; a silver swivel fob; a dress ring

 

  1. A 9 carat bar brooch (a.f.); an 18 carat bar brooch; a turquoise set bar brooch 4.8 9 ct and 4.4gm 18ct

 

 

  1. A 1915 sovereign in clip mount on 9 carat chain, total weight of both 13.4gm

 

  1. A yellow metal brooch, stamped ‘9’; an enamel butterfly; other jewellery

 

  1. A pair of Georgian bright cut sugar tongs by Peter and Anne Bateman, London 1795; a small white metal salver “The Goons Plate”, dated 1960

 

  1. A 9 carat gold hinged bangle, 8.2 gm; a string of graduating pearls with hallmarked clasp; another

 

  1. A necklace of cherry amber coloured Bakelite beads, faceted and graduating; a similar smaller necklace

 

  1. A necklace of cherry amber coloured Bakelite beads, faceted and graduating; a similar longer necklace

 

  1. A necklace of cherry amber coloured circular Bakelite beads, faceted and graduating; a similar longer necklace

 

  1. A necklace of cherry amber coloured oval Bakelite beads, with marbled effect, graduated, largest bead 28 mm approx, length 77 cm

 

  1. A necklace of cherry amber coloured oval Bakelite beads, with marbled effect, graduated, largest bead 20 mm, length 28 cm

 

  1. A necklace of cherry amber coloured oval Bakelite beads, with marbled effect, graduated, largest bead 19 mm, length 34 cm

 

  1. A necklace of cherry amber coloured oval Bakelite beads, with marbled effect, graduated, largest bead 26 mm, length 71 cm

 

  1. A necklace of cherry amber coloured oval Bakelite beads, with marbled effect, graduated, largest bead 32 mm, length 80 cm

 

  1. A necklace of cherry amber coloured oval Bakelite beads, with marbled effect, graduated, largest bead 32 mm approx (string broken)

 

  1. A necklace of cherry amber coloured cylindrical Bakelite beads, with marbled effect, graduated, largest bead 26 mm, length 80 cm

 

  1. A late 19th century continental watch with enamelled case, stamped ’14K’

£80

 

  1. A 19th century yellow metal belcher chain, the clip stamped ‘9CT’, 12.6 gm

£100

 

  1. Two 19th century mother-of-pearl card cases; an emerald green paste set necklace and other costume jewellery

£30

 

  1. A gent’s wristwatch with gold case, by Garrard; another by Rotary

£100-150

 

  1. A ladies silver cigarette case with suspension chain and loop; a silver plated 3 piece cruet; antler handle carvers; etc.

£30-40

 

  1. A Georgian style silver plated tray and platters; 2 entree dishes; a cocktail shaker; other silver plate and metalware

 

  1. A hallmarked silver Georgian style covered porringer with 2 handles, gadrooned decoration, monogrammed, Birmingham 1912, 9 oz.

 

  1. A hallmarked silver sugar dredger with pierced domed to and circular base, London 1922, 5½” oz.

 

368A. A small white metal patch box with enamel decoration

 

  1. A hallmarked silver Georgian style mustard with chased decoration, London 1854; a 4 division toast rack, Chester 19389, 6½ oz.; 2 silver top scents

 

  1. A silver plain rectangular photo frame, circa 1980, 8½”

 

  1. A silver plate/mirrored cake stand; 3 silver plate and glass tazzas; 2 silver plated stands

 

  1. A selection of various silver plated teawares; etc.

 

  1. A silver plated warming tray; a large gallery tray; other silver plate

 

  1. A selection of silver plated cutlery, some boxed; an oak canteen

 

  1. A hallmarked silver presentation dish, inscribed, London circa 1977, 12 oz.

 

  1. A hallmarked silver tea strainer, Birmingham 1962; a ‘Sherry’ bottle label, Sheffield, circa 1980’s, 2 oz.; 7 white metal teaspoons

 

  1. A small selection of costume jewellery and silver plate

 

  1. A set of 6 silver coffee spoons, cased, Sheffield 1937; 6 tea knives

 

  1. An open face pocket watch in hallmarked silver case with second hand complication, by Rotherhams, London; a hallmarked silver watch fob

£50-80

 

  1. A closed face pocket watch, with viewing window, in hallmarked silver case by A E Hurcomb; a hallmarked silver open faced pocket watch; a cut glass cruet set, boxed

£50-80

 

  1. A hallmarked silver Vesta case, monogrammed, Birmingham 1905; a hallmarked silver patch box

£40-60

 

  1. A WWII Swiss made pocket watch, GS/XP 054198 to the back; 2 Smith’s pocket watches

 

  1. A tortoiseshell snuff box with silver mounts; a meerschaum and amber cigar holder, cased; an elephant pin cushion; costume jewellery; etc.

£30-50

 

  1. A selection of costume jewellery including silver bangles etc

 

  1. A monogrammed gold signet ring

 

  1. A gold cross with chain

 

  1. A gold bracelet formed from double chain with safety chain and heart lock

 

  1. A gold ring with turquoise and seed pearl and a bar brooch set seed pearls

 

  1. A single diamond solitaire ring, on white metal band marked ‘PLAT’, 4.26 carats, N-O colour, VS 2/WI 1 clarity, just under size T

£6800-7500

 

  1. A yellow metal chain with elongated twisted links, stamped ‘375’, 14.2 gm

£90-120

 

390A. A 9 carat hallmarked gold chain with circular links, 8.8 gm

£50-60

 

390B. A 9 carat hallmarked gold chain with flattened curb links, 10.3 gm

£70-100

 

  1. Two cased part canteens of cutlery

 

  1. A set of 6 Georgian bright cut teaspoons; a set of chased dessert knives and forks with mother-of-pearl handles, boxed

 

  1. A 9 carat hallmarked gold wedding ring; a 9 carat hallmarked gold signet ring, 4.8 gm

£40-50

 

393A. An Edwardian ring set 5 graduating diamonds, stamped ’18CT PLAT’, 1.2 gm (1 stone missing)

£40

 

  1. A 22 carat hallmarked gold wedding ring, 4. gm (cut)

£100-120

 

394A. A 22 carat hallmarked gold ‘D’ shaped wedding ring

£60-70

 

  1. Two 18 carat hallmarked gold signet rings 7.3 gm

£100-120

 

395A. A pair of 9 carat hallmarked gold oval cufflinks, engine turned, 13.5 gm

£90-120

 

  1. A yellow metal filigree bar brooch set with shell cameo female head, stamped ‘K12’, 4.5 gm; an Art Nouveau opal set bar brooch (unmarked)

 

396A. A 19th century 22 carat hallmarked gold dress ring set with 2 red stones, 2.1 gm (centre stone missing)

£40-50

 

  1. A yellow metal single stone diamond dress ring, 2.3 gm

 

  1. A dress ring set with a cushion cut amber coloured stone, stamped ’18CT’, 2.1 gm

£25-35

 

  1. A hallmarked silver bangle; a Scandinavian blue enamel brooch; white metal jewellery

 

Pictures, clocks, metalware etc

 

  1. A pair of Helios 15 x 70 binoculars; a pair of Swift 10 x 50 binoculars

 

  1. A late 19th century spelter clock set after Mestais: “Distress”, “Rescue” & “Cod Fishing”, with 8 day movement, the figures on turned ebonised bases, main figure 30″

£100-150

 

  1. A late 19th century mechanical disc music box La Britannia, with 12 x 5″ discs, in stained wood transfer decorated case, 12″

£100-150

 

  1. Two miner’s lamps (converted); a brass horse and carriage

 

  1. A collection of cabbage patch dolls

 

  1. An early 19th century mercury barometer in rosewood banjo shaped case with mother-of-pearl inlay

 

405A. J W Stamper:  Landscapes, pair of watercolours, signed, framed and glazed

 

405B. A selection of brass bound wood items including 2 mugs, coffee pot, biscuit barrel, egg cruet etc

£50-60

 

405C. A George III figures mahogany mercury column stick barometer with silvered scale and moulded pediment, by I Carl, Newcastle, 37″

£100-200

 

  1. An Edwardian inlaid mahogany mantel clock with balloon top and French movement; a miniature silvered item; a brass dog

 

  1. A Georgian mahogany lazy Susan, diameter 21″

 

  1. A Georgian crossbanded mahogany wall hanging candle box on fretted bracket; a small 2 tier mahogany wall shelf unit, width 10½”

 

  1. A Victorian oil lamp with reeded brass column, stepped base and cranberry glass reservoir

 

  1. A 19th century Black Forest circular wall clock, in stained wood case, with white dial and twin brass weight driven movement striking on bell

 

  1. A Boy’s Brigade swagger stick, the silvered terminal embossed with an anchor lettered ‘Steadfast’; 2 silver mounted walking canes

 

  1. A pair of 19th century brass balance scales by Salter, with twin brass pans and pedal operated lifting mechanism

 

  1. A free standing oval barbola mirror with bevelled glass; 2 small gilt wall shelves

 

  1. A small chandelier style light shade with faceted lustre drops; a selection of triangular lustre drops; a set of 4 brass period style twin branch wall lights on ‘tassel’ style brackets; 3 similar fittings on ‘bow’ effect brackets

 

  1. A pair of period style 5 branch centre light fittings in gilt metal

 

  1. A period style 3 branch centre light fitting in gilt metal, with green glass drops; a similar 3 branch gilt light fitting

 

  1. A vintage BeoCom telephone by Bang & Olufsen, and a “BeoLink 1000” remote control

 

  1. An Adam style oval wall mirror in gilt frame with vase and flags; a pair of modern brass Corinthian column lamps and shade; a blue pottery table lamp; a classical style table lamp in the form of a vase with swag decoration

 

  1. An Edwardian tubular brass magazine rack (a.f.); 4 Edwardian copper door plates; a brass door knob

 

  1. An Art Nouveau brass framed firescreen with decorative mirror panel

 

  1. A cream tablecloth with lace embroidered decoration; a blue tablecloth; a leather bound complete works of Shakespeare with 1930’s photo illustrations

 

  1. Five MacGregor golfing irons and other clubs in Maxfli bag

 

  1. Bert Trautmann, signed autobiography 1956; Don Revie, signed autobiography, 1955; another by Roy Paul and MCFC; The Mercer Allison years, signed Tony Book

£30-40

 

  1. An architectural mantel clock in black marble, with visible escapement and French movement

 

424A. A pair of Louis Philippe style table lamps in gilt metal and polished alabaster, 25″

£30-50

 

  1. A Chinese heavy bronze censer, with 2 handles and 3 short feet, diameter 8″

 

  1. A malachite rhinoceros; a miniature cloisonnée item; a Victorian gilt metal intaglio seal fob; oriental vessels; etc.

 

  1. A Chinese root carved figure; other oriental curiosities

 

  1. An early 20th century Eastern sandalwood carving of embracing figures, 17″; a Chinese carved wood bracket with red and gilt decoration

 

  1. Two early 20th century bone and bamboo fans; 3 Stylebuilt dressing table pieces; 2 others by Kigu

 

  1. A 19th century brass carriage clock with turned ribbed pillars and double stepped base, ornate silver and brass pierced and chased dial, white enamel chapter ring, twin chain repeating movement striking on gong, height 5″

£150-250

 

430A. An oriental lacquer sewing box with gilt decoration

 

  1. A 19th century French mantel clock in ornate ormolu scroll and acanthus case, with silvered dial and twin train drum movement, count wheel striking on bell, by Pons Paris, the rear inscribed ‘Hawley’s, Coventry Street, London’, height 11½”

£280-350

 

  1. A 19th century ornate ormolu ‘Cathedral Clock’ of Gothic arch form, with multiple turrets and reeded pillars, pierced dial, stepped base, French twin train drum movement striking on bell and bell in turret, the movement stamped ‘Aubert & Klaftenberger Paris’, height 22″

£280-350

 

  1. A pair of Chinese polished bronze vases, 6″; a pair of cloisonnée vases; a pair of napkin rings

 

  1. A 19th century tobacco cutter, boxed; various pocket knives; etc.

 

  1. A 19th century printing block with eagle motif; an ale glass in leather case; an EPNS cake stand; a similar pickle stand

 

  1. A 19th century naval chronometer by John Fletcher, the 4″ silvered dial engraved ‘John Fletcher 4, Lombard St, London 1502, Maker to the Admiralty’, in brass bell case but without supporting mahogany case

 

  1. Das Farbige Malerbuch: folio of 96 Vienna Secession colour interior design prints, E A Seemann, Leipzig and Berlin

 

  1. An early 20th century brass pocket compass; a thermometer by Aitchison, c 1920; other items

 

  1. Yoshijiro Urushibara: 10 woodcuts after design s by Frank Brangwyn R A, limited edition, No 179 of 270, slipcase, 1924

 

  1. An early 19th century Japanese Shunga book by an anonymous artist, possibly Shunsho, based on a Shunpon (erotic book) first published in 1784, printed in colours, 8½” x 6″

 

  1. A 19th century gilt bronze figure of a circus performer, 9″, mounted in cushion frame; a similar figure of a man in tailcoat

 

  1. An oriental shibayama lacquer plaque with mother-of-pearl decoration of birds on branches; etc., width 17½”

£50-80

 

  1. A collection of stamps in various albums and loose, to include some Greece issues

 

  1. An oriental bamboo brush pot; another similar; a selection of African and other carved wooden items

 

  1. A 19th century sarcophagus shaped tea caddy; a Black Forest style wall hanging candle box; a cutlery rack

 

  1. An Art Nouveau brass standard lamp on trefoil base (converted)

 

  1. A selection of 18th/19th century metalware including copper kettle; warming pan; etc.

 

  1. A 19th century brass balance scale; a gong; brass ceiling oil lamp

 

448A. Jennifer A Hudson:  watercolour of Rannalhi; a signed limited edition print

 

448B. Margaret L Woosnam:  character study of a slouched man surrounded by bottles, oil on canvas, 17½” x 13½”, framed

 

  1. A small selection of vintage and other horse brasses

 

  1. A Macullough: pair of oil paintings of Highland scenes with cattle, one signed, laid down and reframed, 18″ x 28″, gilt framed

£50-80

 

450A. A bronzed spelter figure of Hermes, after Rouret, stamped ‘Art Union of London’; an Art Deco frosted glass dressing table set

 

  1. Chinese School 20th Century: watercolour and silk embroidery landscape, 17½” x 30½”; another Chinese embroidery and a woven picture

 

  1. A Victorian oil on board: interior scene, 7½” x 6¼”, gilt framed

 

452A. Shian Hartshorn: ‘Clifford the Blacksmith’, pastel, attributed on reverse, 28″ x 20″; J Scot, Beach scene, water colour, signed, 6″ x 9″; other pictures and prints

 

452B. B Bennitt, gouache, tropical landscape in the style of Rousseau, signed, 22″ x 31″, framed

 

  1. A bronze group after Giovane che si Toglie:  “Una spina dal piede”

 

453A. A 19th century brass bound rosewood lap desk; a small single

 

453B. Rosemary Stubbs: copse of trees on a hill, water colour, signed, 14″ x 21″, framed and glazed and a floral water colour by the same hand

 

  1. Graeme Baxter: “The Old Course, St Andrews”, artist signed limited edition print

 

  1. Two large limited edition prints by Willem Haenraets and Tony Allain

 

  1. Barbara Robertson: “Dead Rose”, artist signed limited edition print; and another: “Gray Day”, 2/8, framed and glazed; 2 small signed limited edition prints:  “St Monans” & “Pittenweem Harbour”

 

  1. L W Daniels: “Red Currant”, watercolour, signed, 19½” x 23½”, framed and glazed; a Chinese print of a vase, with seal mark; a Chinese embroidered panel

 

  1. Victor Pasmore (1908 – 1998): “Blue Fantasy”, published by CCA Galleries.

Screen print in colours on arches, initialled and dated in pencil ’79, no. 64 / 70. Full sheet with decile edge on 2 sides, laid on board, 31.5″ x 47.5″ (121cm x 80cm), framed and glazed

Appears in good condition, not examined out of framed

Purchased from Christes in July 1983.

£700-1000

 

  1. Patrick Proctor: “Marcus”, artist signed limited edition screen print, 312/5000, 21″ x 13½”, framed and glazed

Purchased from Christies in April 1981 and with certificate

 

  1. James Bayne: “Holyrood Palace, Queen Mary’s rooms”, miniature, 3″ x 3½”, framed and glazed; Loes Agoust:  garden, miniature oil, framed and glazed

 

  1. G A Smith: village and woodland landscapes, pair of oils on canvas, signed, 12″ x 24″, framed; a similar pair, framed

 

  1. James Edwin Meadows: “The Harvesters Return”, oil on canvas, signed, 24″ x 42″, framed

 

463A. 20th Century:  Pennine Moorland Landscape, watercolour, unsigned, 9½” x 13½”, framed and glazed; Geldart:  Didsbury Lodge Hall, artist signed limited edition print, framed and glazed; Alfons Stephan Thiery:  Still life of flowers, watercolour, signed, 11″ x 8½”, framed and glazed; Derek Brown:  Still life of flowers, oil on card, unsigned, attributed on reverse 8″ x 7½”, framed and glazed

 

  1. Elia Josza: pair of still lives, flowers in a basket/fruit and a flagon, oils on board, signed, 13½” x 17½”, framed

 

  1. R E Booth: “Runswick Bay” & “Limpet Pickers”, pair of watercolours, signed, 13″ x 17″ framed and glazed

 

  1. A pair of Haddonstone reconstituted stone garden ornaments: Basket of fruit

 

  1. A pair of Haddonstone reconstituted stone garden ornaments: “Clarence Urns”, and contents

 

  1. A pair of Haddonstone reconstituted stone garden ornaments: “Clarence Urns”, and contents

 

  1. A pair of Haddonstone reconstituted stone garden ornaments: “Small Elizabethan” jardinières, and contents

 

  1. A pair of Haddonstone reconstituted stone large garden ornaments: cylindrical urns with scroll decoration, and contents

 

470A. After Edwin Landseer, horse, goat and kid in landscape setting, 19th century facsimile laid down on board and heightened in oils, 6.25″ x 9.5″, framed

 

  1. A pair of Haddonstone reconstituted stone garden ornaments: troughs with relief face mask decoration

 

  1. A pair of Haddonstone reconstituted stone garden ornaments: troughs with relief face mask decoration

 

  1. A pair of Haddonstone reconstituted stone garden ornaments: troughs with relief face mask decoration

 

  1. A Haddonstone reconstituted stone garden ornament: square tapering planter

 

  1. A Haddonstone reconstituted stone garden ornament: 3 Muses birdbath; a plain stoneware birdbath

 

  1. A pair of late 19th/early 20th century reconstituted stone seated lions on octagonal plinths

 

  1. Alan Biggs: “The Golden Apple” bronzed resin garden sculpture (a.f.) (purchased from the Jerdan Gallery, Crail Fife 2009)

 

  1. Robert Moore: Choppy seascape with boats, in the manner of T B Hardy, 20th century oil on canvas, signed, 12″ x 16″, framed

 

478A. An early 20th century Vienna Secessionist steel casket of rectangular cushion form and riveted construction, the top inset an enamelled plaque depicting St George and the Dragon, 9½”

£300-500

 

  1. A selection of brass and copper, including 2 coal scuttles; oil lamp with opaque glass shade; shell cases; etc.

 

  1. John Wallace 1841-1905: river landscape with cattle, oil on canvas, signed, 29½” x 50″, framed

 

  1. Charles Lever 1824-1888: figure in shawl on woodland path, oil on canvas, signed, 27½” x 41″, framed

 

  1. Fred Spurgeon: “The Cricket Match”, limited edition print signed in pencil, 16″ x 28″, framed and glazed

 

  1. A Grice 1971: oil on board, mountain scene; another by the same hand

 

  1. A water colour of a mountain scene; another; an oil on board, forest scene

 

  1. B Woolley: oil on board, street scene in the Northern School style; Derrick Jennings: oil on canvas, winter scene and another picture

 

  1. Johan Oldert 1912 – 1984: oil on canvas, South African scene, boy walking down a road, signed, 17″ x 23″, framed

 

  1. Johan Oldert (1912 – 1984): oil on canvas, South African scene, signed, 18″ x 23″, framed

£

 

  1. A 19th century crystoleum: girls with sheep; another:  girl by a pool

 

  1. G Morris: landscapes with cottages, pair of oils on board, signed, 11″ x 9″, in gilt frames

 

  1. Boucher: Boy with kite, and yacht in waves, pair of oils on canvas, signed, 24″ x 18″, framed

 

  1. After Moorland: pair of oval coloured stippled engravings, figures outside cottages, 12″ x 13½”, in black glass mounts and gilt frames; a WWI commemorative certificate; a reproduction print

 

494A. A selection of loose stamps

 

494B. A selection of loose stamps

 

  1. After Derek Wilkinson: Church Tower and Rookery – Suffolk, 1983, limited edition print, signed and dated

 

  1. F Parker 1878: mountain scene, watercolour, framed and glazed; another similar

 

  1. 18th Century School, seated man in nightcap holding a quill, oleograph laid on canvas, heighted in oils, 15.5″ x 11.5″, framed, bears signature

 

  1. A 19th century Chinese Canton fan hand painted with traditional scenes and flowers in gilt and lacquer, in fan shaped frame, width 26½”

 

  1. A 19th century oriental carved ivory ruyi sceptre, length 12″

 

  1. A pair of Middle Eastern brass vases with pierced decoration and traditional designs

 

  1. A sculpture of a grotesque figure seated on a wooden stand

 

  1. A stone carved sculpture of a human-like figure, on wooden base

 

  1. A modern art sculpture: figure with head on knees

 

  1. A wooden wall hanging of a trowel carved exaggerated face, height 16″

 

  1. A carved wooden figure in the form of a pipe, height 14″

 

  1. A sculpture of a double-sided face formed from wood and metal strips, on wooden stand, height 12″

 

506A. A bronze figure of a seated Buddha, height 4″

 

506B. A Chinese scroll with gilt characters on a pink background, framed and glazed, height 61″

 

506C. A pair of framed & glazed water colours of rocky sea scapes

 

506D. A tribal wall hanging of a carved wooden stylized face

 

506E. A pair of carved wooden busts with traditional style head dresses

 

  1. Eight small B&O “BEOVOX CX50” speakers and wiring for B&O sound system; etc.

 

  1. A B&O “Beocentre 9500” music centre with a pair of B&O “Redline” RL60.2 speakers

 

  1. A German bisque headed doll; a small selection of collectables

 

  1. An early 20th century Imperial typewriter in case

 

  1. An early 20th century photo album/musical box with girl mandolin player to the top; an 18th century indenture with large wax seal

 

  1. An embossed copper kettle; 2 copper warming pans; a selection of pewter mugs

 

  1. A pewter “tappit hen” jug; 2 19th century quart mugs; an 18th/19th century set of 3 pewter graduating measures with brass rims; 3 pewter graduating dishes

 

  1. A 19th century Louis XVI style 3 piece clock garniture in ormolu and porcelain, the clock with vase finial, 18th century style panels and twin pillars, French drum movement striking on gong, 2 classical urn side pieces

£300-500

 

  1. Two commemorative sets of 1971 First Decimal coins, cased; other commemorative coins; crowns and banknotes

 

  1. Bob Richardson: Stockport Market, signed limited edition print; a similar print; 2 racing prints:   “The Three Kings” and another

 

  1. An Edwardian oak architectural mantel clock; a 1930’s chiming mantel clock; a Victorian oak inkwell with brass mounts

 

  1. A 1930’s circular mirror in peach glass frame

 

  1. A small 19th century ivory page turner; a carved bone needle case with Stanhope lens

 

  1. A DUNHILL chromed metal and perspex petrol table lighter with red and silver fish in an aquarium, 10cm, reg. no. 737418

£2000-2500

 

  1. An oriental walking stick with carved horse head handle; a large knitting shuttle and 2 smaller and a vintage measure

 

  1. A pair of large shop scales

 

  1. A Victorian machine made tapestry panel of a courting couple

 

  1. A 19th century mahogany stationery cabinet with 2 doors and slope front; a single drawer cabinet

 

  1. A Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson ashtray

 

  1. An Art Nouveau bronze effect stand; a small reproduction lantern clock; an inlaid mahogany clock

 

  1. A mid-20th century advertising poster

 

Furniture:

 

  1. A child’s green Lloyd Loom armchair with musical seat

 

  1. A Victorian Gothic carved oak side table with raised back and bobbin legs

 

  1. A Georgian mahogany rectangular fold over tea table with frieze drawer and square chamfered legs

 

  1. A mahogany reproduction kneehole desk with inset top and 7 drawers

 

  1. A set of 5 mahogany Queen Anne style dining chairs

 

  1. An Edwardian inlaid mahogany tub chair; a Victorian oval pedestal occasional table

 

  1. A 1930’s beaded oak corner cupboard

 

  1. A Victorian mahogany circular drop leaf supper table on turned column and 3 splay feet

 

  1. a barley twist standard lamp; another; a canteen box/occasional table; sundry cutlery

 

  1. An Edwardian mahogany 2 tier rectangular occasional table

 

  1. A 1960’s teak chest of 3 long and 3 short drawers

 

  1. A late 19th century Chippendale style full height cabinet in dark mahogany, with blind fret decoration, 2 astragal glazed doors over 2 frieze drawers and double cupboard, on bracket feet

 

541A. A late 18th century oak longcase clock with extensive mahogany crossbanding and central inlaid Britannia motif, having arched hood with swan neck pediment and vase finial, full length door and quarter turned reeded columns to the trunk, on bracket feet, the arched painted dial with 8-day movement by Levick, Derby, height 87″

(hood door glass a.f.)

£200-300

 

  1. A Victorian set of 4 pierced and carved walnut chairs on cabriole legs, with seats in green damask

 

  1. A set of 4 pierced and carved Victorian walnut dining chairs with damask covered seats

 

  1. A heavy oak period style refectory table on ‘X’ frame base; 6 rush seat dining chairs

 

  1. A Victorian oak hall chair with shield back and turned legs; a 1930’s oak rectangular occasional table on barley twist legs

 

  1. A 1930’s oak cheval mirror; a reproduction glazed wall hanging corner cupboard; a teak coffee table / stool

 

  1. A Georgian inlaid mahogany Pembroke table with frieze drawer, on tapering legs and brass castors

 

  1. A pair of 19th century prig troughs in salt glaze stoneware

£70

 

  1. A 19th century salt glaze garden ornament: tree stump

£50

 

  1. A modern Danish dining/coffee table in lightwood and tubular metal, with rise and fall action

 

  1. A modern light oak dining suite comprising extending rectangular table and 4 ladder back chairs

 

  1. A Victorian style pine Welsh dresser with 3 height Delft rack over 2 cupboards and 2 drawers

£50-70

 

  1. A Waring & Gillows “Majestic Old Oak” double door wardrobe

 

  1. Waring & Gillows “Majestic Old Oak” single door wardrobe and tallboy

 

 

  1. Waring & Gillows “Majestic Old Oak” tall chest and 2 bedside cabinets

 

  1. A Wesley Barrell 3 seater drop arm settee with tapestry upholstery

£150-250

 

  1. An oak period style dining suite comprising rectangular refectory table on shaped ends, and ladder back rush seat dining chairs

 

  1. An oak reproduction Welsh dresser with 3 height Delft rack over 3 drawers and 2 cupboards

 

  1. A late 17th/early 18th century oak blanket box, framed and panelled with hinged lid, blind fret frieze and block feet, width 4’6″

 

  1. A 1930’s oak 2 tier oval tea trolley with drop leaf; a 1930’s 2 tier screen cake stand

 

  1. An 18th century framed and panelled oak mule chest with hinged plank top, 4 ogee arched fielded panels to the front, 3 drawers, on bracket feet, width 60″

 

  1. A 1930’s carved oak monks bench with box seat

 

  1. A carved oak reproduction drinks cabinet with 2 upper doors, 2 drawers and double cupboard under

 

  1. A rush seat stool on club legs; a leather top stool; a child’s chapel chair

 

  1. An Edwardian inlaid mahogany tub shaped armchair

 

  1. An Edwardian inlaid mahogany high back armchair; a similar dining chair

 

  1. A Victorian demi-lune side table, ebonised with gilt highlights, on turned legs and castors; a similar prie dieu chair

 

  1. An Edwardian inlaid mahogany 2 seater settee with lyre back, on square tapering legs, upholstered in floral brocade

 

  1. A Victorian mahogany framed armchair with high back, acanthus carved decoration, scroll arms, on knurled feet and castors, upholstered in pink dralon

 

  1. An early 19th century side cabinet with 2 frieze drawers, double cupboard under, on bracket feet, width 42″

 

  1. A nest of oval trio tables, quarter veneered mahogany

 

  1. A heavily carved oak corner cupboard enclosed by glazed door, on turned bobbin legs

 

  1. A reproduction yewwood desk with brown leather inset top and 8 drawers

 

  1. A Victorian set of 4 dining chairs with arch backs, carved decoration, overstuffed seats in yellow damask, on turned legs

 

  1. An oval mirror in heavily carved wooden frame; other mirrors

 

  1. A 20th century painted kitchen unit with 2 double cupboards, drop shelf and 2 drawers; another similar cabinet

 

  1. A mahogany Victorian deep button back armchair in green dralon, with knurled and turned arms and legs

 

  1. A Regency period rosewood circular dining table on turned reeded baluster column, trefoil reeded base, 3 scroll feet and castors, diameter 56″

 

  1. A Victorian set of 6 walnut dining chairs with pierced and acanthus carved top rails, on cabriole legs, with deeply buttoned backs and overstuffed seats in pink dralon

 

  1. An Edwardian mahogany pot cupboard with tray top, boxwood line inlay, single door and undershelf

 

  1. A Regency inlaid mahogany ‘D’ front secretaire chest with central fitted satinwood section flanked by 2 short shaped drawers, 3 long drawers below with brass swan neck handles, on splay bracket feet, width 52″

 

  1. A Georgian mahogany square washstand with hole for basin and 2 small holes to the top, drawer to undertier, on square chamfered legs

 

  1. A Regency period unusual yew wood circular pedestal table with inset pietra dura style panel to the top, on hexagonal column, trefoil base and pad feet, diameter 20″ (top inset a.f.)

 

  1. A late 19th/early 20th century black lacquer screen with extensive mother-of-pearl inlay of flowers, birds, branches, etc., height 6′

 

  1. A Regency period mahogany Pembroke table with boxwood line inlay, frieze drawer, square tapering legs and brass castors

 

  1. A Regency style mahogany drop leaf dining table on single pedestal, with wide satinwood crossbanding and oval inlaid panel, on turned column, quadruple splay feet and brass castors, extended length 60″

 

  1. A Victorian mahogany washstand with serpentine front, marble top, double doors and shelf below, on column legs

£40-60

 

  1. A mahogany reproduction Regency style desk, kidney shaped with kneehole, inset green leather top, 5 drawers, blind fret bracket and square tapering legs

 

  1. A Victorian walnut nursing chair with pierced scrolled top rail, overstuffed seat, on cabriole legs with castors

 

  1. A Victorian style scroll end chaise longue in fringed yellow damask

 

  1. A Victorian gent’s walnut armchair with carved crest, spoon back, knurled arms and legs, on brass castors, upholstered in blue damask

 

  1. An Edwardian free standing oval dressing table mirror in mahogany and burr walnut, on splay feet

 

  1. A Victorian style overmantel mirror with arch top and bevelled edge, in gilt frame; an oval gilt framed wall mirror; a 19th century mahogany mirror

 

  1. A pair of circular occasional tables in gilt metal and glass; a similar square table

 

  1. A 1930’s walnut armchair; a Victorian style balloon back dining chair; a reproduction occasional table

 

  1. An 18th century “Red Walnut” gate leg dining table with drop leaf, on turned legs and Portuguese flared feet

 

  1. An early 19th century mahogany side/writing table with single drop leaf, frieze drawer, on tapering square legs

 

  1. A pair of mid-20th century refinished tub shaped armchairs in the Louis XVI style, with swan carved arm fascias and chequered upholstery

 

  1. A mahogany framed 4 piece bergère lounge suite comprising 2 seater settee, 2 armchairs and pouffe, upholstered in embossed primrose fabric by Hill & Knowles (original receipt from Arighi Bianchi 1999)

 

602A. A period style office swivel armchair in buttoned blue leather effect

 

  1. An early 19th century mahogany Pembroke table with frieze drawer, turned column, 4 splay legs and brass paw castors

 

  1. A late 19th century French Provincial 4’6″ bed in carved chestnut

 

  1. An early 19th century mahogany dwarf Pembroke/work table with 2 drawers and slide, on turned fluted legs

 

  1. A 1970’s mahogany nest of 2 coffee tables, campaign style, inset old map detail, brass mounts, 21½”

 

  1. RMS Andania, Cunard Lines, an early 20th century saloon chair

£40-60

 

  1. A mid Georgian mahogany oval drop leaf dining table carried on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 50″ extended

£150-200

 

  1. A Victorian walnut rectangular workbox with Tunbridge inlaid panel, fitted interior, tapering well, on 4 carved splay feet

 

  1. An Edwardian mahogany 4 sectional bookcase enclosed by double side opening doors, height 73″

 

  1. An Art Deco occasional table with canted square top, quarter veneered and crossbanded, on central column and splay feet

 

  1. An Edwardian mahogany Sutherland table with satinwood crossbanding, on square splay feet

 

  1. Three Victorian carved mahogany chairs with spoon backs

 

  1. An Arts & Crafts oak rocking armchair with rush seat; an early 19th century stained wood snap top table

 

  1. A mahogany reproduction 3 height chest of drawers with bow front

 

  1. A mahogany reproduction press cupboard with beaded decoration, 3 small frieze drawers, double cupboard fitted with sliding doors, and base drawer, on bracket feet

 

  1. An Edwardian inlaid mahogany 2 seater settee on turned legs, turquoise dralon upholstery

 

  1. A Victorian mahogany chest of 2 long and 2 short drawers, with glass handles

 

  1. A Victorian dining/occasional table of rounded rectangular form, on turned column and splay feet

 

  1. An Ercol small armchair; a 1930’s oak framed cable sprung armchair (frame only)

 

  1. A sweet shop cabinet in chrome and glass, for Cadbury products

£40-60

 

  1. A 6 drawer shop cabinet with apothecary labels

£30-50

 

  1. A Victorian shop counter cabinet with glass top, drop down mirror door and slope front

£80-120

 

  1. An early/mid-20th century medical cabinet in glass and metal with 2 interior shelves

£40-60

 

  1. A Victorian+ oak twin pedestal desk, drawers to each pedestal, red leather effect top

£40-60

 

  1. An early 19th century brass shop counter cabinet (some glass missing)

£30-50

 

  1. A vintage wooden workbox, The Edison Mimeograph, and contents; another with contents

£20-40

 

  1. A 1930’s Art Deco large mirror with cushioned pink border and etched floral decoration, 25″ x 36″

£40-60

 

  1. A late 19th/early 20th century mahogany large haberdashery cabinet with sloping glazed top and 3 mirrored doors, length 82″

 

  1. A brass bed end; a wooden knitting frame

 

  1. An Edwardian mahogany washstand with Sheraton inlay and marble top

 

  1. A walnut reproduction cylinder bureau with inlay effect, fitted interior and 5 drawers under, width 28″

 

  1. A Georgian mahogany fall front bureau with fitted interior, 4 drawers with swan neck handles, on splay bracket legs, width 42″

 

  1. An Edwardian Sheraton style display cabinet in crossbanded and inlaid satinwood, with moulded cornice, 2 glazed doors, double cupboard, on square tapering legs, width 42″

 

  1. A 19th century Louis XVI style walnut display cabinet with extensive floral marquetry inlay, ornate ormolu mounts and beading, enclosed by single door, on shaped plinth and later cabriole legs, width 35″

 

  1. A pair of occasional tables in ornate scrolled wrought iron, with glass tops, diameter 18″

 

  1. An Edwardian mahogany 2 tier circular plant stand with Sheraton inlay; a similar 3 height folding cake stand

 

  1. An early/mid-20th century mahogany set of 6 dining chairs (4 + 2) in the Georgian style with shield backs, drop-in brown leather seats, on square tapering legs

 

  1. A Victorian music/child’s chair with balloon back and cane seat

 

  1. A crossbanded mahogany dwarf 3 height chest of drawers in the Georgian style with brass swan neck handles, on bracket feet, width 24″

 

  1. A Victorian walnut and mahogany armchair with carved decoration, scroll arms and knurled legs, the oval back panel, armrests and seat upholstered en embossed floral fabric

 

  1. A Victorian bureau/bookcase with heavy carving, leaded glass double doors to the top, drop down writing desk, 3 drawers below, with carved animal handles

£150-250

 

  1. An 18th century oak panelled chest with hinged lid and later door to front

 

  1. A late 19th/early 20th century rectangular overmantel mirror in gilt frame, with classical swag decoration

 

  1. A Chinese carved floral carpet with green ground, 112″ x 72″ approx

 

  1. A large pair of Zoffany fabric curtains, in red stripe, lined, 80″ drop x 120″ max width, approx; 2 matching padded pelmets

 

646A. An Arts & Crafts style bureau with fall front and 2 open shelves below

 

  1. A reproduction bureau/bookcase in quarter veneered mahogany with 2 glazed cupboards over fall front and 3 drawers, on cabriole legs

 

  1. A Victorian mahogany bow front chest with boxwood inlay, inlaid crest of Britannia to front, 2 long and 2 short drawers with brass handles, on ogee bracket feet, height 32″, length 42″, depth 22″

 

  1. A late 19th/early 20th century inlaid mahogany revolving bookcase (split to top)

 

  1. A reproduction folding card table on cabriole legs (top in need of restoration)

 

  1. A William IV breakfront figured mahogany chiffonier with raised scroll back and serpentine shelf on scroll brackets, 3 cupboards below, on plinth base, width 52″

£250-350

 

  1. George Bain for Quale and Tranter Ltd, a carpet square decorated with hunting scenes against an ivory ground with central Celtic knot and interwoven border, 365cm x 271cm (144″ x 108″)

(Central panel worn, damage to one side border)

£300-400

 

  1. An oak monk’s bench in the Jacobean style with geometric mouldings

£120-150

 

  1. A 1960’s teak bureau

 

  1. A rustic pine oval wine rack of barrel form by Segusiro

 

657A. A late 18th / early 19th century Italian marquetry secretaire a abattant with moulded cornice, fall front with chariot marquetry inlay, fitted interior, double cupboards under with vase and floral inlay and similar inlay to side panels, height 63″, width 43″

 

  1. A 19th century circular rosewood tilt top breakfast table on octagonal baluster column and 3 scroll feet terminating in castors

 

  1. An 18th century Georgian country made fall front bureau with crossbanded decoration and shell inlay to the flap, having fitted interior, 3 graduating drawers with brass drop handles on embossed oval back plates, on bracket feet, width 36″ (flap cracked)

 

  1. A small mahogany display cabinet enclosed by single glazed door

 

  1. A pair of Ercol open arm low seat chairs and stool – frames only

 

  1. A rectangular Edwardian inlaid mahogany 2 tier occasional table; a 2 tier oak plant stand and a beadwork foot stool

 

  1. A 19th century faded mahogany chest of 3 long and 2 short drawers, on bracket feet

 

END OF SALE