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Antiques, Interiors and Collectables

Tuesday, 10th May

Lot No:  1 (Jewellery)

A 9 carat yellow gold and diamond cluster ring, set round cut and baguette diamonds within an hexagonal mount, the shoulders set with three rows of diamonds.

Lot No:  2 (Jewellery)

A 9 carat white gold, pink morganite, and white zircon ring, having oval cut morganite of 1.70 carats, the shoulders set with graduated round cut zircons of approx. 0.45 carats combined.

Lot No:  3 (Jewellery)

A 10 carat yellow gold, pearl, and jade ring five stone ring.

Lot No:  4 (Furniture)

A Regency mahogany and tulipwood banded sofa table, the rectangular top above an arrangement of real and dummy drawers, on twin spiral reeded supports joined by a stretcher, on short sabre legs ending in brass cappings and castors, W. 164cm.

Lot No:  5 (Jewellery)

A white metal, diamond, and opal cluster ring, set pear cut cabouchon opal, surrounded by small diamonds.

Lot No:  6 (Ceramics)

A Royal Doulton figure of 'Jack Point', a large figure of the jester from 'Yeoman of the Guard', no. 2080 H: 42cm

Lot No:  7 (Jewellery)

An 18 carat white gold, diamond, and emerald cluster ring, set oval cut emerald of 3.40 carats, having heart-shaped shoulders set with diamonds.

Lot No:  8 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

R. Legros (20th century Continental school), Mediterranean harbour scene, sailboats at anchor, oil on canvas, signed lower right. H. 54cm W. 45cm

Lot No:  9 (Silver)

A Victorian canteen of silver plated cutlery to include six knives and forks, together with another Victorian canteen of six knives and forks having ivory style handles. (2)

Lot No:  10 (Silver)

A silver plated tea pot, in the style of Christopher Dresser, having shaped wooden handle, and raised on four feet.

Lot No:  11 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

Three various Chinese scrolls.

Lot No:  12 (Silver)

A George I Irish silver caster, Dublin 1715, possibly by Edward Workman, H.16cm

Lot No:  13 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

John Christian Schetky (Scottish 1778-1874) Boats at Harbour, 1826, watercolour. H. 17 W. 27cm

Lot No:  14 (Jewellery)

An 18 carat white gold, diamond, and aquamarine cocktail ring, set oval cut aquamarine of over 5.0 carats, flanked by six round cut diamonds of approx. 0.80 carats combined.

Lot No:  15 (General)

A contemporary pair of cast aluminium cow horns, W. 94cm.

Lot No:  16 (Jewellery)

A white metal, diamond, and tanzanite ring, set oval cut tanzanite of approx. 3.50 carats, flanked by two round cut diamonds of approx. 0.50 carats combined, the shank stamped 18ct.

Lot No:  17 (Furniture)

A Chippendale Revival mahogany two-tier dumbwaiter, with pierced gilt metal galleries on a turned column and cabriole tripod base. H. 94cm D. 71cm

Lot No:  18 (Jewellery)

A pair of 18 carat white gold, diamond, and emerald cluster drop earrings, set pear shaped rose cut diamonds of approx. 1.50 carats combined, each surrounded by calibri cut emeralds, and round cut diamonds.

Lot No:  19 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Richard Doyle (British, 1824-1883) A Spanish Jester, pen and ink drawing. H. 11cm W. 6 cms.

Lot No:  20 (Jewellery)

A pair of white metal, diamond, and pearl drop earrings.

Lot No:  21 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

L. Thorpe, View of London and the Thames, oil on board. H. 39cm W. 59cm

Lot No:  22 (Bronze)

A cold painted bronze watch stand in the form of a cobra, carrying a suspended ball clock in its mouth.

Lot No:  23 (Silver)

A George III silver basket, London 1775, bears makers mark of Peter Podio, the gadrooned body on pedestal foot, with swing handle

Lot No:  24 (Jewellery)

A 9 carat yellow gold pencil, having engine turned decoration. Weight: 6g

Lot No:  25 (Silver)

A Victorian set of twelve dessert knives and forks, having carved ivory handles, by Mappin & Webb, within a mahogany canteen case.

Lot No:  26 (General)

An unusual porcupine quill and ebonised wood domino box, containing a set of wooden dominos, a quantity of naval buttons, a small jar of fool's gold, etc.

Lot No:  27 (Jewellery)

A 9 carat yellow gold, diamond, and yellow sphene ring, set round cut sphene, the shoulders set with four round cut diamonds.

Lot No:  28 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

H. Bird, Nude with Horns, watercolour, signed lower right, H. 45cm 27cm, together with several other nude studies and portrait work in both oil and watercolour, (qty).

Lot No:  29 (Jewellery)

A pair of 9 carat yellow gold and marquise cut green amethyst ear studs.

Lot No:  30 (General)

A late 19th / early 20th century Anglo Indian wooden cigar box of rectangular form, having intricately carved decoration, the hinged lid decorated with a peacock. L: 38cm W: 24cm H: 13cm

Lot No:  31 (Mirrors)

A Neo-Classical rectanuglar gilt wall mirror, the cornice with a tablet incorporating swags, having reeded columns. H. 90cm

Lot No:  32 (Ceramics)

A Moorcroft pottery hibiscus pattern circular pottery footed bowl, the tube lined red and blue flowers on a mottled blue glazed body, signed c.1950 W.: 26cm

Lot No:  33 (Silver)

A rare George III Scottish Provincial silver basting spoon, circa 1790, hallmarked Inverness by Charles Jamieson. L. 31.5cm

Lot No:  34 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

20th century, Dingy on Dunes above an Estuary, black and white photograph, h: 38 w: 38cm, together with a quantity of other prints, maps and photographs, (qty)

Lot No:  35 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A quantity of Chinese coins and various medals. (Qty)

Lot No:  36 (Silver)

A pair of Victorian silver harlequin sugar nips London 1871 by Henry & John Lias, having snake loop handles. L. 11cm

Lot No:  37 (Silver)

An early 20th Century ladies silver fob watch with engraved case together with a silver open faced pocket watch, the enamel dial marked Roman numerals with engine turned case (2)

Lot No:  38 (Furniture)

A set of four Victorian rosewood balloon back chairs, with overstuffed floral upholstered seats and turned tapering legs, (4).

Lot No:  39 (General)

A quantity of various items, to include stamps, a Wedgwood plate, and two packs of Prince Charles and Princess Diana commemorative playing cards.

Lot No:  40 (Clocks)

A 20th century French portico clock, the ebonised case with brass mounts, supported by four barley twist columns, the ceramic dial with Roman numerals, two train eight day movement, striking a bell on half hours, within a glass dome. H. 54cm

Lot No:  41 (Rugs)

An Isfahan blue ground rug, having flower head medallion to centre on a scrolling foliate ground within floral border, fringed. L: 130cm W: 86cm

Lot No:  42 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Thai bronze figure of a seated deity. H: 26cm

Lot No:  43 (Rugs)

A wool and silk Isphahan / Nain carpet, decorated with star shaped medallions to centre on a scrolling foliate ground, within floral borders, fringed. L: 300cm W: 195cm

Lot No:  44 (Silver)

A novelty plated metal cocktail shaker in the form of a lighthouse. H: 35cm

Lot No:  45 (Ceramics)

A Moorcroft pottery lamp base, the concave cylindrical body tube line decorated with leaf and berry design on a mottled green/ blue ground, H:28cm

Lot No:  46 (Silver)

A George IV Scottish silver fish server, fiddle and thread pattern engraved with family crest, having pierced blade, hallmarked Glasgow 1827 by Robert Gray & Son. L. 30.5cm

Lot No:  47 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Mary Lifton, Gnarled Tree, watercolour, signed lower right, H: 27 W: 38cm, together with a quantity of other watercolours

Lot No:  48 (Silver)

An unusual set of eight silver sauce spoons, hallmarked Sheffield 1994, by Garrard's & Co. L: 18cm Weight 15oz.

Lot No:  49 (Silver)

An Oriental silver cup and saucer, c.1920, 277g

Lot No:  50 (Silver)

An Art Nouveau silver belt, comprising eighteen silver panels and belt buckle, having tulip design, on a stretched black fabric band, each piece hallmarked London 1907, by Arthur Johnson Smith.

Lot No:  51 (Ceramics)

A Longwy style porcelain vase, having red and orange Greek key pattern decoration and rows of cats, on a cream ground. H: 30cm

Lot No:  52 (Silver)

A pair of novelty white metal condiments in the form of dogs wearing jockey caps.

Lot No:  53 (Clocks)

An early 20th century and later skeleton clock, the pierced and silvered chapter ring with applied brass Roman numerals, the brass frame of scrolling foliage design raised on circular pad feet, on an ebonised oval plinth base, under a glass dome. H. 32cm

Lot No:  54 (Bronze)

A cold painted bronze study of two black dachshunds.

Lot No:  55 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Pordenone Montanari (Italian, b.1937), 'Il Balcone', oil and mixed media on paper, signed lower centre, dated 1981, signed and painted with silhouette to verso, H.70cm, W.50cm Note: the picture is in the same series as the one purchased by the Italian Minister of Culture.

Lot No:  56 (Silver)

A silver fruit bow, of circular form, having scroll pierced sides, on raised circular base, hallmarked Sheffield 1963, by Pinder Brothers.

Lot No:  57 (Rugs)

A late 18th / early 19th century French tapestry, decorated with forest scene, with hanging loups to one side. H. 200cm W. 130cm

Lot No:  58 (Silver)

A pair of Victorian silver sauce ladles, London 1853 by Elizabeth Eaton

Lot No:  59 (Ceramics)

A Chinese doucai vase of ovoid form having elongated neck, polychrome decorated with flowers and birds. H: 30cm

Lot No:  60 (Silver)

A rare 18th century silver cruet, containing five bottles, raised on paw feet, hallmarked Sheffield 1781, by Matthew Fenton & Richard Creswick. H. 25cm (overall)Note: The Sheffield Assay office was established in 1773.

Lot No:  61 (Jewellery)

A 9 carat yellow gold propelling pencil, having engine turned decoration, hallmarked Birmingham 1967, by William Manton. Weight 11g

Lot No:  62 (Furniture)

An Aviator style chest of drawers, with three short drawers below a hinged lid compartment. H.81cm W.60cm D.40cm

Lot No:  63 (Silver)

A Victorian silver and glass inkwell, the lid bearing presentation inscription to the Viscountess of Galway, the circular glass bottle of reeded form, raised upon silver octagonal tray, having engraved decoration, hallmarked London 1878, by Henry Wilkinson.

Lot No:  65 (Silver)

An unusual set of three cut glass decanters, having limited edition Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee silver spirit labels for whisky, brandy, and gin, hallmarked London 1977, by Roberts & Belk.

Lot No:  66 (Silver)

A Witchball by Comyns silver lighter, London 1975,

Lot No:  67 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A beaded bone necklace, having polished bone pendant.

Lot No:  68 (Silver)

An Art Deco silver cigarette box, Birmingham 1960, overall with engine turned design, raised on four feet, L. 17cm

Lot No:  69 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Chinese blue and white porcelain stem cup, bearing Xuan mark, having floral decoration, raised on a circular spreading base. H: 8.5cm

Lot No:  70 (Silver)

An silver topped glass scent bottle, Birmingham 1987, Aspreys. H. 16cm

Lot No:  71 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Chinese porcelain blue and white bottle neck vase, decorated with dragons amongst stylised clouds, on a dark blue ground, bears six character mark to base. H: 19cm

Lot No:  72 (Silver)

A pair of silver salt and pepper grinders, London 2000. H. 10cm

Lot No:  73 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

An opera length lapis lazuli necklace together with a lapis lazuli segmented bracelet. (2)

Lot No:  74 (Silver)

An Arts and Craft style white metal topped glass jug

Lot No:  75 (Silver)

A Victorian silver trophy cup, Sheffield 1876 by John and Charles Bingham, H. 16cm

Lot No:  76 (Silver)

An Art Deco silver cylindrical cigarette dispenser, London 1927, Sampson and Mordan, overall with engine turned decoration and hinged top, raised on splayed feet.

Lot No:  77 (Silver)

A Gentleman's silver signet ring, London 1978, with Brooks and Bentley presentation box

Lot No:  78 (Silver)

A large Danish Eneret Astral silver plated centrepiece, fashioned as a Viking ship with clear glass liner, set on a stand. L. 43cm

Lot No:  79 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Chinese white hardstone bangle. D: 6cm

Lot No:  80 (Silver)

A silver combination pen and pencil, with agate seal top, Sampson and Mordan

Lot No:  81 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Chinese crackle glazed celadon porcelain censor, of circular form, raised on three small feet. D: 12cm

Lot No:  82 (General)

A 9 carat yellow gold pencil, having agate top, engraved with foliate design.

Lot No:  83 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A pair of Chinese soapstone seals, decorated with Chinese writing, boxed. H. 5cm

Lot No:  84 (Silver)

A white metal Sterling cocktail stick

Lot No:  85 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Chinese black and white bead, together with a jadeite carving of a butterfly, and a green hardstone bi disk. (3)

Lot No:  86 (Silver)

A Georgian silver salver, London 1820 by Charles Aldridge and Henry Green, having rope twist border, raised on three paw feet. Diam. 23cm

Lot No:  87 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Chinese dark green tea dust glazed circular censor, raised on three feet, bears mark to base. D: 10cm

Lot No:  88 (Silver)

A pair of Indian white metal pepperettes, 1860 Charles Nephew and Co. Calcutta, overall engraved with scrolling foliage and vacant cartouches. H. 13cm

Lot No:  89 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Chinese Fu Lou Shou jade bangle, together with Chinese certificate. D: 6cm

Lot No:  90 (Silver)

A Georgian silver standish, London 1779 by Charles Aldridge and Henry Green, with three white metal topped glass wells, raised on four paw feet. L. 25cm

Lot No:  91 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Chinese resin bi disk, together with an amber style beaded bracelet. (2)

Lot No:  92 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A quantity of Chinese 'Year of the Dragon' stamps, 2000, in commemorative folder.

Lot No:  93 (Silver)

A George II silver chamberstick and snuffer, London 1754 by Pieze Pilleau, the edges with rope twist design, removable sconce. H. 10cm

Lot No:  94 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Chinese green jade carving of a goldfish and a flower, together with a circualr reticulated jade carved pendant. (2)

Lot No:  95 (Silver)

A Victorian silver bowl, London 1858 by David and Charles Houle, embossed with cartouches of flowers, raised on four scrolled feet, H. 7cm, Diam. 13cm

Lot No:  96 (Silver)

A ladies silver mesh evening bag, hallmarked London 1915, weight 9oz. W. 18cm

Lot No:  97 (Watches)

A Victorian silver pocket watch, having fusee movement, the enamel dial marked Roman numerals, with second subsidiary dial at six, having engine turned case with vacant cartouche, hallmarked London 1873, by Charles Wootton.

Lot No:  98 (Silver)

A set of six Victorian silver forks, London 1838 by Mary Chawner, initialed handle, L. 17cm

Lot No:  99 (Silver)

A pair of silver napkin rings, hallmarked Birmingham 1935, by Henry Griffiths & Sons.

Lot No:  100 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

20th century British, View of Gibraltar, engraving, signed and numbered in pencil H.19cm. W.24cm, together with a variety of other prints and pictures, (qty).

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