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Selected Antiques, Interiors and Collectibles

Tuesday, 21st June

Lot No:  1 (Silver)

A silver and yellow metal rectangular cigarette case, Asprey and Co., London 1918, the engine turned case with patent slide action, 7oz. H. 13cm

Lot No:  2 (Ceramics)

Eric Ravilious for Wedgwood, an alphabet series cream jug with pale yellow glazed bands. H. 10cm

Lot No:  3 (Jewellery)

An 18ct yellow gold and aquamarine necklace set oval faceted stones with multi strand front.

Lot No:  4 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

A Victorian Tunbridge ware rectangular rosewood box, the cover with geometric decoration. W.21cm

Lot No:  5 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

An early 19th century Trafalgar medal by Thomas Webb, with bust of Nelson on the obverse and winged Victory on reverse, D. 5.3cm.

Lot No:  6 (Jewellery)

A diamond and sapphire cluster dress ring the circular, oval and pear shaped stones claw set in an 18ct white gold band.

Lot No:  7 (Silver)

A pair of George III silver beakers, engraved armorials with gilt interiors, London 1766, by David Whyte & William Holmes. (2)

Lot No:  8 (Silver)

A pair of Continental silver Neo-Classical style sugar castors, the baluster bodies embossed oval cartouche and floral swags, on square bases, weighs 322g. H. 16cm

Lot No:  9 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

An early 19th century elliptical horn snuff box, a papier mache snuff box, silver plated pique work patch box and a circular tortoishell box and cover.

Lot No:  11 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

A pair of mid 20th century Sri Lankan carved wood Hindu temple horses, with polychrome painted manes and tails, L 30 cms.

Lot No:  12 (Watches)

A ladies 9ct Omega bracelet wristwatch, the textured oval champagne dial with baton markers, fitted woven strap.

Lot No:  13 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

A George V silver mounted rectangular tortoishell trinket box W 14 cms

Lot No:  14 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

Five pieces of Victorian Tunbridge ware comprising two rectangular boxes, card case, circular box and thread holder with floral and geometric decoration.

Lot No:  15 (Silver)

A George III silver pepper of knopped baluster form, Samuel Davenport, London 1790, H 14cm

Lot No:  16 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Tom W. Quinn (b.1918), still life study of Japanese objects, oil on canvas signed upper left 60 x 50 cms

Lot No:  17 (Silver)

A large rectangular photograph frame, with foliate repousse, stamped 925, H. 29cm

Lot No:  18 (Silver)

A George III circular silver card tray, with gadrooned border on three cast lions paw and scroll feet, London 1820, by William Bennett, weighs 545g. D. 23cm

Lot No:  19 (Furniture)

An early 19th century mahogany correction chair with triple vertical rail back and solid seat on square tapered legs

Lot No:  20 (Silver)

A late Victorian silver dish of fluted elliptical form, London 1897, by Heath and Hartshorne of Hukin & Heath. L. 17cm

Lot No:  21 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

A Victorian / Edwardian gold mounted ivory handled rosewood walking stick.

Lot No:  22 (Works of Art)

An early 20th century Liberty pewter oval basket with central loop handle, the pierced border decorated with stylised flower heads, inset with a Moorcroft pomegranate pattern pottery panel. L. 23cm

Lot No:  23 (Ceramics)

Archibald Knox for Liberty, a pewter Moorcroft pottery tazza, the tube lined peach pattern dish on a hammered waisted column and circular foot.

Lot No:  24 (Ceramics)

A large Moorcroft Claremont pattern baluster vase, the tube lined body on a mottled green blue ground, signed and impressed marks to base (damaged foot). H. 22cm

Lot No:  25 (Ceramics)

An unusual William Moorcroft circular bowl, decorated with exotic birds and stylised flowers, on mottled blue green body, with raised foot, circa 1930. D. 20cm

Lot No:  26 (Ceramics)

A William Moorcroft baluster vase, corn flower pattern on a white ground. H. 23cm

Lot No:  27 (Silver)

A matched canteen of silver part rat trail cutlery, Birmingham and Sheffield circa 1970, comprising fish knives, forks, silver handled table and dessert knives, forks, soup spoons and teaspoons, weighable silver approx. 160oz, together with sundry silver and silver plated flatware, contained in a Queen Anne style walnut two drawer table cabinet.

Lot No:  28 (Ceramics)

A William Moorcroft small circular dish decorated with Autumn flowers, a similar red glazed plate and a floral shallow dish.

Lot No:  29 (Jewellery)

A diamond cluster ring with central brilliant cut stone surrounded by twenty four tapered baguettes claw set in a platinum band, total weight 2.95 carat, colour I/J, clarity SI/1

Lot No:  30 (Silver)

A Victorian silver scallop shell standish, the anthemion engraved stand housing a central taper stick and a pair of lidded glass jars, London 1856. L. 29cm

Lot No:  31 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

B. W. Leader (1831-1923) River Lledr, North Wales, oil on board, signed dated 1880.17 x 20cm

Lot No:  32 (Silver)

An Edwardian silver mounted cut glass claret jug with scroll handle, Birmingham 1905, by Walker & Hall. H. 27cm

Lot No:  33 (Silver)

A George V circular Irish silver dish with embossed Celtic design border together with a later Irish silver l two handled trophy cup, total 16 oz.

Lot No:  34 (Ceramics)

An early 20th century Ruskin pottery ginger jar and cover decorated with leaf branches on a yellow and white lustre glazed body, impress mark and dated 1915, H 20 cms.

Lot No:  35 (Watches)

A good collection of unmounted gemstones, including diamonds, tourmalines, aquamarines and amethysts, of various cuts, including emerald and pear shape, total weight 59g.

Lot No:  36 (Watches)

A large quantity of assorted unmounted gemstones, including rubies, emeralds, sapphires, malachite, moonstones and aquamarines.

Lot No:  37 (Ceramics)

A Royal Doulton Sung flambe baluster vase, with red and blue glazed baluster body, marks for Fred Moore. H. 16cm

Lot No:  38 (Ceramics)

Three early 20th century Royal Doulton pottery vases, decorated with floral and geometric patterns, makers include Florrie Jones and Maud Bowden.

Lot No:  39 (Ceramics)

Two Royal Doulton glazed pottery ashtrays modelled with a polar bear and an owl, largest 17cm.

Lot No:  40 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A collection of seven 19th century Indian oval miniatures on ivory, views of palaces, ruins and interiors of the country, some named verso, framed as one, each minature 6 x 5 cms

Lot No:  41 (Silver)

A silver and tortoiseshell dressing table set, London 1936, comprising hand mirror, two brushes and a comb, together with another clothes brush (5).

Lot No:  42 (Furniture)

A pair of early 20th century continental pedestal cabinets, grey painted steel with white marble tops, W. 38cm, (2).

Lot No:  43 (Jewellery)

A pair of 14ct yellow gold multi gemstone line earrings

Lot No:  44 (Silver)

A pair of George III rectangular silver candle snuffer trays, with cast shell and gadrooned borders, London 1808, by Thomas Robins, weighs 435g. L. 23cm

Lot No:  45 (Jewellery)

An 18 carat white gold, diamond, and tanzanite ring, set oval cut tanzanite of 3.0 carats, the shoulders having round and baguette cut diamonds.

Lot No:  46 (Jewellery)

A designer single strand black hardstone necklace, possibly obsidion, the two size stones divided by white metal, diamond set discs, one barrel shaped.

Lot No:  47 (Works of Art)

John Buckland Wright (New Zealand 1897-1954), study of female form, pencil on paper formerly from the estate of John E Dayton

Lot No:  48 (Works of Art)

A 19th century Persian painted miniature depicting a nobleman with attendants. H. 15cm W. 6cm

Lot No:  49 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Kono Bairei (Japanese, 1844-1895), Chigusa No Hana (Flowers of a thousand kinds), a set of twelve original woodblock prints on hand-made paper, circa 1892, mounted in hand-finished frames. H. 21cm W. 29cm (12)

Lot No:  50 (Jewellery)

A 19th century yellow metal mounted pendant brooch, set portrait miniature, depicting a young gentleman, having glass aperture to verso containing a lock of hair. H: 4.5cm

Lot No:  51 (Furniture)

A late Victorian Irish penfold pattern oak internal postbox by Strahan & Co, Henry St. Dublin, of hexagonal form with carved leaf and bud pediment, over royal crest and the monogram AD, dated (18)96 with internal maker's paper label and enamel plaque, H. 142cm.

Lot No:  52 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

An early 20th century French gilt metal glass casket, the hinged slant front embossed with a dolphin chariot and phoenix over a rococo lockplate on pierced mask feet. W. 15 cms

Lot No:  53 (Watches)

A 19th century gilt pair cased pocket watch, verge escapement, by Thos Potts, the white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, the embossed outer case with Classical figures, C-scrolls and flowers.

Lot No:  54 (Watches)

An early 20th century gentlemans yellow metal open faced pocket watch together with a late Victorian Gilbert pocket compass and sundry coinage

Lot No:  55 (Silver)

A George III cast silver gilt candelabrum, the twin sconces supported by a Classical maiden in flowing robes, on a waisted circular base, engraved armorial for Richard Warren, physician to George III, London 1791, by William Pitts & Joseph Preedy, weighs 52oz. H. 52cm

Lot No:  56 (Jewellery)

A pair of 18ct yellow gold and aquamarine multi cluster earrings,

Lot No:  57 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A French printed movie poster for 'Mais Ne Nous Delivrez Pas Du Mal' (Don't Deliver Us From Evil). H. 158cm W. 118cm

Lot No:  58 (Jewellery)

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

Lot No:  59 (Rugs)

A North West Persian part silk carpet, with a blue medallion on a foliate cream ground, within a multi-stripe and foliate border, 320 x 205cm.

Lot No:  60 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

David Cox Senior (1783-1859), watercolour on paper, unsigned, verso label with artist name, dates and title 'Chagford, 1840', in ornate gilt wood and gesso frame

Lot No:  61 (Jewellery)

An 18ct white gold, diamond and ruby three stone ring, diamonds of approx. 0.98cts combined.

Lot No:  62 (Glass)

An early 20th century Monart glass vase, the green and black cylindrical body with gilt Aventurine rim. H. 19cm

Lot No:  63 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

A late 19th century medal group awarded to Lt-Col Richard Pratt Bond, compriasing Khedive's Star 1884-6, Egypt Medal with Nile 1884-85 and Gemaizah bars, and South African medal with Belmont, Madder River, Paardeberg and Driefontein bars. Following his South African service Bond became Assistant House Surgeon at Shropshire Infirmary before becoming  read more 

Lot No:  64 (Watches)

A French gilt brass repeating carriage clock, the white dial with Roman numerals covered by foliate engraved front plate, subsidiary hours dial below six, the architectural case flanked with Corinthian columns, swing handle, chimes on a gong. H. 15cm

Lot No:  65 (Jewellery)

A diamond dress ring, the fancy colour cushion cut central stone within a hoop of diamond and diamond encrusted shoulders, set in platinum, 4.2g.

Lot No:  66 (Watches)

An early 19th century silver pair cased pocket watch, by James Thornton, London, verge escapement, Tompion regulator, movement signed and numbered 4222, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, gilt hands, the round case hallmarked 1808.

Lot No:  67 (General)

A Japanese fruitwood tea caddy of elongated octagonal form decorated with landscape and blossom with twin lidded interior. 18cm

Lot No:  68 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Chinese circular bronze censor, the mid brown patinated body finely engraved with panels of figures in gardens, applied with two stylized panthers with twin scrolling tails, bears Xuande, Ming Dynasty six character mark Diameter 38 cms

Lot No:  69 (Silver)

A George III silver card tray of plain circular form, with central engraved armorial within a thread border, on three scroll feet, London 1788, by John Lambe. D. 22cm

Lot No:  70 (Silver)

A George III silver punch ladle with shell bowl, London 1802, by Thomas Dicks. L. 33cm

Lot No:  71 (Watches)

A stainless steel gentleman's Dubey & Schaldenband Aerodyn Duo wristwatch, the curved rectangular dial with gilt shaped Arabic numerals, subsidiary dials at 12, 6 and 9, tonneau shaped case numbered 3177, fitted associated leather strap, with spare fold-over Dubey & Schaldenband clasp, boxed.

Lot No:  72 (Silver)

A George III rectangular silver standish, the beaded tray base incorporating two pen recess, housing three lidded cut glass jars, on cast claw and ball feet, London 1779, by Charles Aldrige & Henry Green.

Lot No:  73 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A Victorian style oil on board, seated romany girl with fruit, 24 x 19 cms gilt framed

Lot No:  74 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Chinese celadon water pot, modelled as a fruit, having chain hung handle, raised on a hardwood stand. L. 13cm

Lot No:  75 (Watches)

An early 20th century 9ct gold gentleman's wristwatch, the dial marked Terry & Co., Manchester, rectangular dial with Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial at six, rectangular case.

Lot No:  76 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A set of twelve French fashion plates from La Petite Echo de la Mode, dated 1933, mounted in hand-finished Art Deco frames. H. 33cm W. 27cm (12)

Lot No:  77 (Ceramics)

In the manner of William Moorcroft a globular vase decorated with large stylized red flowerheads and leaves on a blue glazed body, signed mark and dated 1913, H 17 cms.

Lot No:  78 (Jewellery)

An 18 carat white gold solitaire diamond ring.

Lot No:  79 (Watches)

An early Victorian silver pair cased pocket watch, by John Wood, Liverpool, verge escapement, Bosley regulator, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial at six, spade hands, the case hallmarked Chester 1837.

Lot No:  80 (Watches)

A gentleman's stainless steel Baume and Mercier automatic chronograph wristwatch, circular white dial with Arabic numerals, triple subsidiary dials including stopwatch function, luminous dagger hands, date aperture, bracelet strap in original box.

Lot No:  81 (Furniture)

An Edwardian mahogany, satinwood banded and marquetrhy inlaid sheet music cabinet, in the manner of Maple & Co., the shelf interior enclosed by a panel door, on square legs with brass caps and casters. H. 108cm

Lot No:  82 (Silver)

A George II silver baluster pepper, on circular foot, London 1735, by Edward Wood. H. 10cm

Lot No:  83 (Silver)

A George II Irish silver sugar castor of ribbed baluster form, on circular foot, Dublin 1745.

Lot No:  84 (Jewellery)

A pair of 18 cart white gold, diamond, and aquamarine cluster earrings, the aquamarines of 2.78 carats combined.

Lot No:  85 (Watches)

A gentleman's 18ct gold Omega Speedmaster automatic chronograph wristwatch, the white dial with baton markers, subsidiary dials at six, nine and twelve, date aperture at three, circular polished gold case, calibrated tachymetre bezel, fitted black leather strap, together with an Omega soft case and warranty card.

Lot No:  86 (Silver)

A late Victorian silver crumb scoop with embossed pistol grip handle, Harrison Brothers, Sheffield 1900.

Lot No:  87 (Works of Art)

A patinated bronze lampbase cast by Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) the twin handled baluster body with coiled swan neck decoration decorated with classical figures and objects on a vine leaf stem and square foot H 42 cms

Lot No:  88 (Silver)

An early 20th century Austrian silver cigar box, the engraved cover inset central medallion depicting George and the Dragon, marks for Carl Hiess, in original case. L. 21cm

Lot No:  89 (Silver)

A collection of twenty-five mother of pearl handled silver bladed fruit knives, to include Georgian, Victorian and various dates and makers, some with engraved decoration. (25)

Lot No:  90 (Silver)

A pair of 18th century Irish silver candle snuffers, with bright cut, floral decoration, marks indistinct. L. 18cm

Lot No:  91 (Bronze)

A pair of late 19th century Japanese Meiji period bronze vases, embossed decorated with snakes and birds amongst foliage. H. 38cm (2)

Lot No:  92 (Watches)

A silver pair cased pocket watch, verge escapement, movement signed James Miller, Stafford, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, case hallmarked Birmingham 1797, the pair case with owner's label marked Pinkerton 1854.

Lot No:  93 (Silver)

A George III circular silver teapot with detachable cover and ebonised handle the body embossed with ribbon tied floral swags Jacob Marsh London 1770, weighs 22 oz gross.

Lot No:  94 (General)

The Olympic Games, 29th July/14th August London 1948 original poster designed by Walter Herz, printed by McCorquodale & Co Ltd London, framed, 48 x 36cm

Lot No:  95 (Rugs)

A Qashqai rug, decorated with stepped medallion to centre, on a geometric patterned red and indigo ground, fringed, L. 208cm, W.145cm

Lot No:  96 (Watches)

A 19th century white metal half hunter pocket watch, Swiss cylinder movement, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary seconds dial at six, blue enamel outer case.

Lot No:  97 (Jewellery)

A pair of 18 carat white gold and solitaire diamond ear studs, the stones of 2.0 carats combined.

Lot No:  98 (Silver)

A Victorian silver two handled bowl and cover, of squat circular form, London 1879, by Garrard, with engraved presentation inscriptions for The Ladies Kennel Association Challenge Cup, weighs 15oz.

Lot No:  99 (Silver)

An early 20th century Egyptian silver bonbon dish of engraved circular form with pierced border on three cast feet. D. 19cm

Lot No:  100 (Ceramics)

A Royal Worcester tea service, floral decorated on a blush ground, for eight place settings including two serving plates, (qty).

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