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In Chiswick, W4

Antiques, Interiors and Collectables

Tuesday, 27th May

Lot No:  1 (Jewellery)

An unusual 19th century silver and silver gilt Judaica filigree belt buckle, Ottoman empire, with jewelled decoration on a filigree ground, with pin clasp. W: 25cm

Lot No:  2 (Watches)

Garrard & Company, Regent Street, London. A 9ct yellow gold gentlemen's wristwatch, having silvered Arabic dial with second subsidiary dial, set 17 jeweled mechanical movement, bears inscription to verso, fitted later black lizard skin strap.

Lot No:  3 (Jewellery)

A 19th century Russian silver Judaica belt set yellow, red, blue, and green semi-precious stones within an arabesque filigree panels. W: 38cm

Lot No:  4 (Watches)

Longines, Geneva. A 9ct yellow gold gentlemen's wristwatch with Arabic dial, set second subsidiary dial, fitted 17 jeweled mechanical movement, the back plate stamped 'Baume, England'.

Lot No:  5 (General)

An Edward VII long service and good conduct medal, awarded to S. Q. M. SJT G. Pitcher, A.P.C.

Lot No:  6 (Watches)

Longines, Geneva. A 14ct yellow gold and stainless steel Ultra-Chron automatic gentlemen's wristwatch, the silvered baton dial set date aperture and later faux lizard skin strap.

Lot No:  7 (General)

A Victorian Turkish Crimea medal, awarded to Samuel Clark of the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, regimental number 2486.

Lot No:  8 (Watches)

Longines, Geneva. A gentlemen's 18ct yellow gold dress watch with champagne Roman dial, set mechanical movement and later black ostrich and calf leather strap.

Lot No:  9 (General)

An unusual pair of World War 1 service medals, including 1914-18 and Victory medal, with oak leaf, awarded to SGT. E Crooks, RAF.

Lot No:  10 (Jewellery)

An exquisite white metal Art Deco style emerald and diamond set dress ring, centred with a large pear cut emerald of good colour, flanked by six old cut diamonds.

Lot No:  11 (General)

A Victorian Crimea Sebastapol medal, awarded to Wilson, 44th Company RM (Royal Marines)

Lot No:  12 (Watches)

Omega, Switzerland. An Art Deco silver cased gentlemen's dress watch, set mechanical movement, having silvered Arabic dial with bregeut numerals and second subsidiary dial, fitted later tan crocodile skin strap.

Lot No:  13 (General)

A 1950s Africa Kenya medal, awarded to CPL. D Palmer, RIRF. Number 22890899, with later ribbon.

Lot No:  14 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Contemporary British school, 'The Thames at Charring Cross', a panoramic view of London with Cleopatra's needle to the foreground, signed indistinctly lower right, oil on canvas, H. 48 cm, W. 102 cm.

Lot No:  15 (Jewellery)

An unusual yellow and white metal diamond set gentlemen's dress ring in the the Art Deco style, set with brilliant cut diamonds.

Lot No:  16 (Jewellery)

A yellow metal ruby solitaire ring with foliate scroll mount, centred with an oval cut ruby, treated.

Lot No:  17 (Jewellery)

A yellow metal and semi-precious stone set flower head bracelet, the clasp stamped 14K

Lot No:  18 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Contemporary Continental school, a still life study of ceramic water jugs, unsigned, oil and gouache on paper, H. 54 cm, W. 35 cm.

Lot No:  19 (General)

A Victorian Sobraon 1846 medal, awarded to Henry Farthing, 9th lancers

Lot No:  20 (Toys, Dolls, Games)

A cast iron and brass miniature model of a 19th century canon, with vesta strike, L. 19 cm, together with four other miniature brass canons.

Lot No:  21 (General)

An unusual pitch-pine hay fork, L. 158 cm.

Lot No:  22 (Silver)

A 1930's silver spectacle case, the hinged top and base with engine turned decoration and enclosing a blue velvet interior, hallmarked Birmingham 1930, makers S J Rose.

Lot No:  23 (Watches)

An Art Deco platinum ladies cocktail watch, pave set with diamonds, the octagonal case foliate bright cut and set with a silvered Arabic breguet dial and mechanical movement.

Lot No:  24 (Watches)

Longines, Switzerland. A stainless steel ladies automatic wristwatch, having blue baton dial with date aperture, set automatic movement.

Lot No:  25 (Jewellery)

A ladies 14ct gold dress ring, set with central jade cabochon within pearl reserves.

Lot No:  26 (General)

A mid 20th century military issue Lee Enfield Rifle barrel periscope, makers mark F & S and stamped with a broad arrow to the terminal.

Lot No:  27 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Late 20th century British school, an abstract study of vertical forms, mixed media, oil and layered paper, unsigned, H. 44.5 cm, W. 74 cm.

Lot No:  28 (Jewellery)

An 18 carat white gold emerald and diamond set dress ring, centred with a square cut sapphire, set diamond shoulders, the emerald of .255 carats and the diamonds of .55 carats combined.

Lot No:  29 (Watches)

Omega, Geneva. A gentlemen's stainless steel constellation wristwatch, having champagne baton dial and date aperture, articulated strap.

Lot No:  30 (Jewellery)

A yellow metal three stone diamond gentlemen's dress ring, set with three brilliant cut diamonds of 1.74cts combined, the shank stamped 18ct.

Lot No:  31 (Jewellery)

A bespoke Mercedes Benz yellow metal key fob set with diamonds, rubies, and sapphires, stamped 18ct.

Lot No:  32 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Gill Shreeve (contemporary British school), an abstract tonal study in the manner of Mark Rothko, oil on canvas, H. 76 cm, W. 101.5 cm.

Lot No:  33 (Jewellery)

An unusual yellow metal and diamond set necklace, mounted flower head and roundel settings of small diamonds of approximately 2.55 carats combined, the mount stamped 375.

Lot No:  34 (Watches)

An 14ct yellow gold ladies cocktail watch by 'Geneva', the tonneau case pave set with diamonds, with Roman mother of pearl dial, set quartz movement.

Lot No:  35 (Jewellery)

A fine white metal diamond set necklace in the late 19th century taste, set with 297 brilliant cut stones, interspersed with eight marquis cut stones, a large pear cut stone and a large oval cut stone, the clasp stamped 750.

Lot No:  36 (Jewellery)

A white metal three stone diamond ring, the brilliant cut stones of approx. 2cts combined.

Lot No:  37 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Gill Shreeve (contemporary British school), an abstract tonal study in the manner of Mark Rothko, unsigned, information to verso, oil on linen canvas, H. 90 cm, W. 91 cm.

Lot No:  38 (Jewellery)

A pair of fine white metal diamond ear studs, illusion set with brilliant cut stones, measuring 1.41 carats combined, with screw backs, the mounts stamped 18K.

Lot No:  39 (Silver)

A cased set of six silver coffee spoons with guilloche enamel handles, hallmarked Birmingham 1956, makers mark Turner & Simpson.

Lot No:  40 (General)

A quarter sawn oak correspondence box in the Arts and Crafts style, the hinged top enclosing a compartmentalised interior and with floral stylised applied strap work raised on shaped feet, H. 19 cm, W. 25 cm.

Lot No:  41 (Ceramics)

A majolica style cob of corn jug, 20th century, H. 22 cm.

Lot No:  42 (Jewellery)

An 18ct yellow gold solitaire diamond ring, set with a round cut diamond of approx. 1ct.

Lot No:  43 (Jewellery)

A white metal emerald and diamond set dress ring in the Belle Epoque style, centred with an oval cut emerald within diamond scroll work setting, the shank stamped 18ct.

Lot No:  44 (Jewellery)

An unusual white metal and diamond encrusted snowflake ring, with A'Jour mount, set with 189 small diamonds of approximately 1.22 carats combined.

Lot No:  45 (General)

A pair of unusual carved treen and tagua nut bookends, fashioned as owls, H. 13 cm.

Lot No:  46 (Jewellery)

A pair of unusual white metal and sapphire set cufflinks, stamped 750.

Lot No:  47 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Mid 20th century British school, a still life study of flowers in a vase, unsigned, oil on canvas, H. 44.5 cm, W. 39 cm.

Lot No:  48 (Jewellery)

A fine 18ct white gold five stone diamond ring, claw set with five brilliant cut diamonds of approx. 3.65cts combined.

Lot No:  49 (Jewellery)

An amber beaded necklace with hand-carved disk beads.

Lot No:  50 (Jewellery)

A Chinese green jade beaded bracelet and a Tibetan bead.

Lot No:  51 (Silver)

A late Victorian silver vesta case with foliate bright cut decoration and vacant cartouche, together with one other brass 'book' vesta.

Lot No:  52 (Jewellery)

A gilt metal rock amethyst beaded necklace with faceted beads, with a hoop and bar clasp.

Lot No:  53 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

James Eatock (late 20th century British school), 'Cornfields, Sompting', a rural landscape study with stile to the foreground, signed lower right, oil on board, H. 29 cm, W. 39 cm.

Lot No:  54 (Ceramics)

A comprehensive Hutschenreuther German porcelain dinner service, 'Sylvia' pattern.

Lot No:  55 (Jewellery)

A fine 18ct white gold five stone diamond ring, claw set with five brilliant cut diamonds of approx. 1.74cts combined.

Lot No:  56 (Watches)

Omega, Geneva. A 14ct yellow gold ladies cocktail watch, having champagne baton dial, set quartz movement.

Lot No:  57 (Clocks)

A late 19th century French ormolu drum-cased mantle clock, retailed by Elkington and Co., having a Roman chapter ring, set eight day cylinder movement, striking bell. H: 29cm

Lot No:  58 (Silver)

Liberty, London. A cased set of six silver coffee spoons with hardstone terminals, hallmarked Birmingham 1936.

Lot No:  59 (Furniture)

A late Victorian figured walnut piano top Davenport desk, foliate boxwood inlaid, the hinged top enclosing a compartmentalised interior above a fall flanked by four drawers and four opposing faux drawers raised on a shaped plinth with turned feet and wooden casters, H. 85 cm, W. 63 cm.

Lot No:  60 (Silver)

An Edwardian three piece cased set of a silver handled shoe horn and boot pull, together with a silver button hook, hallmarked Birmingham 1903.

Lot No:  61 (Silver)

A pair of early 19th century Irish silver sugar nips, makers mark JS, together with a Georgian silver table spoon.

Lot No:  62 (Jewellery)

A Chinese black onyx pendant set with a gilt metal figure of Guan Yin, on black silk cord.

Lot No:  63 (General)

Dunhill, London. A 'tallboy' gas filled table lighter of chamfered rectangular form with planished decoration, boxed.

Lot No:  64 (General)

A 20th century Chinese carved soapstone brush washer decorated with bats, bears inscription, H. 5 cm, W. 9 cm.

Lot No:  65 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Lucienne Hill (late 20th century British school), 'Ed Unsure', fauvist study of a reclining male nude, signed lower right, information to verso, oil on paper, H. 48 cm, W. 73 cm.

Lot No:  66 (Jewellery)

A Chinese green jade bangle, D. 7.5 cm.

Lot No:  67 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

20th century British school, portrait of an elderly gentleman wearing glasses, acrylic on board. W. 36 cm, H. 46 cm.

Lot No:  68 (Bronze)

A 20th century Chinese bronze figure of A Buddhist deity surrounded by flames, H. 20 cm.

Lot No:  69 (Ceramics)

A Chinese blue and white ginger jar and cover, decorated with white blossoms, having four character marks to base, H. 33 cm.

Lot No:  70 (General)

A 20th century Chinese bronze figural study of Guan Yin holding an infant, raised on lotus base, H. 24.5 cm.

Lot No:  71 (Books)

For Macmillan Cancer Support: A late 19th century Persian manuscript decorated with soldiers on horseback and scrolling text, watercolour and ink on paper, H. 22.5 cm, W. 15 cm.

Lot No:  72 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Mid 19th century British school, a half length portrait of a seated gentleman with silk tie and pink floral buttonhole, signed lower right, oil on canvas within an ornate gilt wood and gesso frame, H. 77 cm, W. 61.5 cm.

Lot No:  73 (Fashion & Textiles)

An early 20th century Uzbekistani turquoise and gilt silk work embroidery with central peacock fountain and crescent moon motif amongst floral borders, tapering to a point with five tassels, H. 110 cm, W. 90 cm.

Lot No:  74 (General)

A group of five Indonesian fossilised tree fragments raised on wooden pedestal bases, tallest 19 cm (with base).

Lot No:  75 (Mirrors)

A contemporary oval stained wood and gilt mirror, H. 82 cm, W. 57 cm.

Lot No:  76 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

**WITHDRAWN** Brian Deighton (contemporary British school), 'Danny Hurst, Stand Up Comic', a pixellated head and shoulder portrait of a man, unsigned, information to verso, oil on paper, H. 30 cm, W. 22.5 cm.

Lot No:  77 (Jewellery)

A 9ct yellow gold and enamelled regimental sweetheart bar brooch for the Royal Corps of Canadian Ordinance, inscribed 'Honi Soit qui Mal Y Pense'.

Lot No:  78 (General)

A cased set of three early 20th century German guilloche and matte enamel and brass mounted scent bottles.

Lot No:  79 (General)

A pair of Victorian yellow gold lorgnettes with foliate bright cut decoration.

Lot No:  80 (General)

An Indonesian fossilised tree fragment, H. 52 cm, W. 62 cm.

Lot No:  81 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Deborah Thornton-Grines (contemporary British school), 'Cold Feet', landscape study of a stone bridge with children with a river to the foreground, signed lower left, information to verso, pastel on paper, H. 27 cm, W. 34 cm.

Lot No:  82 (General)

A late 20th century polychromatic print after the poster for 'Breakfast at Tiffany's', H. 37 cm, W. 25 cm.

Lot No:  83 (General)

A unusual carved horn novelty corkscrew, the terminal carved as a Kookaburra.

Lot No:  84 (General)

A group of five Indonesian fossilised tree fragments raised on wooden pedestal bases, tallest 34 cm (with base).

Lot No:  85 (General)

A mid 20th century rectangular cast iron railway platform sign, H. 45 cm, W. 62.5 cm.

Lot No:  86 (Ceramics)

A pair of 20th century Chinese blue and white miniature vases, decorated with studies of lions in iron red glaze, bear four character marks to bases, H. 16 cm.

Lot No:  87 (General)

A 20th century Russian oval mixed media stencil on paper of folk taste, with central cockerel motif, within floral border, H. 37 cm, W. 37 cm.

Lot No:  88 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

H. C. Heffer (late 19th century American school), a rural landscape study of cottages with figures on a country lane to the foreground, signed lower right, oil on canvas, H. 50 cm, W. 76 cm (A/F).

Lot No:  89 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Anita Amalou (contemporary British school), 'Lavender Field III', signed lower left, information to verso, oil on canvas, H. 26 cm, W. 39.5 cm.

Lot No:  90 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Francois Deberdt (French, b. 1934), a surrealist folk study of a man riding a cow through the sky, signed lower right in pencil, limited edition print numbered 108/200, H. 40 cm, W. 48 cm.

Lot No:  91 (Fashion & Textiles)

Two mid 20th century embroideries, the first of a heron in the water, the other of stylised pink flowers.

Lot No:  92 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A group of three 20th century watercolours, to include a study of Venice with gondolas to the foreground and a coastal seascape, unsigned.

Lot No:  93 (Ceramics)

Three late 19th century Chinese famille rose porcelain bowls of various sizes, decorated with figural studies, each A/F.

Lot No:  94 (Fashion & Textiles)

Smythson of Bond Street, London. A forest green snakeskin filofax with 14ct gold plated corners.

Lot No:  95 (General)

A leather faux crocodile skin handbag, having both internal and external compartments.

Lot No:  96 (Glass)

A late Victorian cut glass inkwell of faceted rectangular form, brass mounted, H. 6 cm.

Lot No:  97 (Glass)

A set of six 1930's cut glass champagne glasses, with faceted knopped stems, H. 12 cm, D. 10 cm.

Lot No:  98 (General)

A French Mot & Chandon novelty plastic champagne bucket fashioned as an inverted top hat, H. 19 cm.

Lot No:  99 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Henry McBeth-Raeburn RA (British, 1860-1947), after W. Dendy Sadler, 'The Hunting Morn', interior study of sporting interest, signed by the artist and engraver, monochromatic engraving on paper, H. 38 cm, W. 51 cm.

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