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Antiques, Interiors and Collectables

Tuesday, 5th July

Lot No:  1 (General)

A Bakers perm-point 9ct gold propelling pencil, marks for 1937, with engraved inscription, 28g gross.

Lot No:  2 (Silver)

An Edwardian silver nib wipe, modelled as a standing pig, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London 1903. L. 11cm

Lot No:  3 (Silver)

A set of six white metal menu holders, modelled as elephants, lions and camels. (6)

Lot No:  4 (Silver)

A silver condiment set, Birmingham 1950 by Walker & Hall, to include salt and mustard pot with blue glass liner, pepperette and two condiment spoons, with original box

Lot No:  5 (Silver)

A pair of George III silver serving spoons, Samuel Godbehere & Edward Wigan, London 1793.

Lot No:  6 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

A pair of Victorian stained leaded glass armorials of lobed oval form, each etched with crowns over lion erased and lion rampant. H. 29cm

Lot No:  7 (Silver)

A small silver trumpet vase, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1892, crimped edge above repousse embossed with floral design, together with a pair of glass and silver topped salts and a pair of Victorian serving dishes, having reeded ivory handles.

Lot No:  8 (Silver)

A double oval silver frame, GK & CK Kitney & Co, London 1988, together with a silver and tortoiseshell topped glass bottle, London 1909, and one other silver topped glass bottle.

Lot No:  9 (Books)

A William the IV fiddle pattern sauce ladle, Edinburgh 1837 by Mackay & Chisholm

Lot No:  10 (Silver)

A pair of George III silver table spoons, Richard Crossley, London 1789.

Lot No:  11 (Jewellery)

A clear glass scallop handled bowl, with silvered foliate design, together with a silver topped glass decanter and stopper and one other small glass decanter and stopper.

Lot No:  12 (Furniture)

An Aviator swivel chair, upholstered in brown leather, with riveted aluminium back and side panels, on an X form base.

Lot No:  13 (Silver)

An Irish Georgian silver sauce ladle, Dublin 1812 by Samuel Neville and William Law, engraved crest to handle.

Lot No:  14 (Silver)

An Art Deco silver ashtray, London 1936, together with an early 20th century silver matchbox holder.

Lot No:  15 (Jewellery)

Ten Georgian Scottish silver fiddle and shell table spoons, Edinburgh 1824 by Franklin & Sons, 20oz.

Lot No:  16 (Works of Art)

A quantity of Russian bank notes, early / mid 20th century, including a 1921 5000 rouble and 1912 500 rouble note.

Lot No:  17 (Rugs)

A Turkish kelim, polychrome decorated in red, blue and orange with geometric design, fringed to one side, 245x140cm.

Lot No:  18 (Silver)

Two Georgian silver fiddle pattern serving spoons, London 1810 and 1822 by George Day, together with a Georgian dessert spoon, London 1829 by Benjamin Davis and an early 20th century silver serving spoon, Sheffield 1902 by Walker and Hall, 8oz.

Lot No:  19 (Jewellery)

Three Georgian Irish rat tail and fiddle pattern serving spoons, Dublin 1823 by Thomas Farnett for William Law, engraved crest to handle.

Lot No:  20 (Silver)

A Victorian silver chalice and paten, Thomas Pratt, London 1892, with hexagonal knopped stem, 290g.

Lot No:  21 (General)

A Sampson Mordan & Co., 9ct gold propelling pencil, marks for 1933, with engine turned decoration and Asprey retail mark, 17g gross.

Lot No:  22 (Silver)

A Georgian three piece silver tea set, with gadrooned design and having gilt washed interior, hallmarked London 1800, by William Bateman, weighs 1292g.

Lot No:  23 (Ceramics)

A 1970's West German Scheurich ceramic vase, the cylindrical body with glazed band decoration. H. 50cm

Lot No:  24 (Ceramics)

A pair of fish bowls, the interiors decorated with carp and water-plants, the exteriors with apple blossom, H. 36cm, (2).

Lot No:  25 (Furniture)

An Aviator style low sideboard, clad in riveted aluminium incorporating copper and brass panels, rectangular with two recesses above a pair of drawers. W. 120cm

Lot No:  26 (Jewellery)

A 9 carat yellow gold and green stone cabuchon cut fob pendant, suspended on a 9 carat yellow chain

Lot No:  27 (Rugs)

A Qum carpet, decorated with floral panels, fringed. 202 x 156cm

Lot No:  28 (Rugs)

A red groudn Persian rug, with geometric design to centre, within stepped and floral border, fringed. 281 x 250cm

Lot No:  29 (Works of Art)

After Mercier, La Seve, a carved walnut figure of a naked maiden emerging from a tree. H. 68cm

Lot No:  30 (Silver)

A modern silver twin handled trophy cup, on knopped stem, Sheffield 1985, by J. Dixon & Sons, weighs 320g. H. 15cm

Lot No:  31 (Ceramics)

A Philip Christian Liverpool porcelain sauce boat, circa 1770, the moulded body exterior and interior painted with polychrome floral sprays. L. 14cm

Lot No:  32 (Silver)

An silver tazza, Sheffield 1937 by Walker & Hall, having reticulated and pierced gallery, together with silver basket, Birmingham 1903.

Lot No:  33 (Jewellery)

Celine. Paris. A gilt chain necklace, together with two gilt bangles set with blue, red and green cabuchon cut stones

Lot No:  34 (Ceramics)

A large oriental terracotta blue and white glazed vessel, decorated with dragons, clouds and scholars, H. 80cm

Lot No:  35 (Books)

Eleven Georgian Irish silver rat tail and fiddle pattern dessert spoons, Dublin 1822 by James Scott and William Law, the handle with engraved crest, 16oz.

Lot No:  36 (Furniture)

A contemporary glass top table, the base with a central brass cube and shaped acetate legs. D. 90cm

Lot No:  37 (Furniture)

A late 19th century ash and elm Windsor chair, with a pierced fruitwood splat and contoured seat above an H-shaped stretcher.

Lot No:  38 (Lighting)

A twelve branch electrolier, the coppered branches draped with 'crystal' swags and drops, H. 102cm

Lot No:  39 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

After Arthur Poley, Views of St Paul's Cathedral, fifteen framed engravings, together with folio from which the prints were originally presented, (qty).

Lot No:  40 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

A Victorian white metal mounted paper knife with mother of pearl blade and deer foot handle together with four pairs of opera glasses, a cloisonne egg, miniature casket and sundries.

Lot No:  41 (Silver)

A pair of Victorian style silver baluster peppers, with embossed floral decoration around vacant cartouche. H. 13cm

Lot No:  42 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

20th century Irish school, 'Rural path by Cottage' oil on canvas, H.44cm, W.33cm, together with companion study

Lot No:  43 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Siavash Barmaki (20th Century Persian), Study of Flowers, oil on canvas, signed lower right, 91 x 91cm.

Lot No:  44 (Musical Instruments)

A Marshall 'Rocket Special guitar, black body and walnut neck finger board, together with a slip case and a Marshall 45 watt amp, (2)

Lot No:  45 (Silver)

A pair of George III silver serving spoons, Mary & Elizabeth Sumner, London 1811.

Lot No:  46 (Furniture)

A pair of early 20th century walnut candlesticks, the barley-twist support on a square base, H.18cm, (2).

Lot No:  47 (Furniture)

An early 20th century oak panelled cupboard, the fielded multi-panel door enclosing a shelf, W. 442cm, together with a walnut pot cupboard and a standing book trough, (3)

Lot No:  48 (Silver)

A Jugendstil silverplated WMF twin handled tazza with clear glass liner, the border repousse embossed with foliage and grape vines, raised on an hexagonal beeded base and circular planished foot. H.28cm

Lot No:  49 (Silver)

A ladies silver and pink guilloche enamelled brush, hallmarked Birmingham 1927, together with comb and mirror, cased.

Lot No:  50 (Ceramics)

A large Galos limited edition porcelain study of a semi-clad female beside a swan, highlighted in gold. L. 60cm

Lot No:  51 (Furniture)

A set of four 19th century coloured engravings, colonial battle scenes, including Repelling a Sortie before Delhi and Massacre on the Boats off Cawnpore, 14 x 18cm, together with a reproduction of an early 20th century tube map, (5).

Lot No:  52 (Furniture)

A pair George III style stools, the rectangular oatmeal fabric upholstered seats on cabriole legs ending in ball and claw feet, W. 66cm, (2).

Lot No:  53 (Furniture)

A vintage coffee table circa 1960's, the rectangular top of a gilt iridescent brick design incorporating two stylized figures, raised on X-form supports, W. 98cm.

Lot No:  54 (Watches)

A Victorian silver open face key wind pocket watch, fusee movement, the enamel dial with Roman numerals.

Lot No:  55 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

W. R. Laughlin (British b.1941), rowing boat on a river, oil on board, signed lower right, H. 21cm W. 50cm, together with three companion studies by the same artist.

Lot No:  56 (Books)

A Chinese sang de boeuf double gourd vase, with a six character mark to base, H 24cm, together with small celadon water pot, (2).

Lot No:  57 (Works of Art)

A 19th century lead ornamental garden urn with scalloped cover and fluted body incorporating swags and masks, raised on a circular foot, H. 57cm.

Lot No:  58 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

After Henry Alkin, Ideas, four comical sporting colour engravings, 17 x 23cm, (4).

Lot No:  59 (Jewellery)

A 9ct white gold , white stone dress ring together with a yellow metal gatelink bracelet, brooch and sundry jewellery

Lot No:  60 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

A taxidermy Cayman Island crocodile head, set with gaping mouth, W. 20cm.

Lot No:  61 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

A Chinese blue and white porcelain pot, decorated with cartouches of interiors, bears four character mark to base

Lot No:  62 (Furniture)

A mid 19th century mahogany piano stool, the circular upholstered seat on turned and reeded legs, D. 34cm.

Lot No:  63 (Silver)

A pair of grape shears, decorated with vine leaves, London 1977.

Lot No:  64 (Silver)

A silver plated 65 piece canteen of cutlery, by Bennet & Heron, Sheffield, circa 1950, settings for six, together with 14 similar silver plated forks.

Lot No:  65 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Alexander Francis Lydon (British, 1836-1917), a set of twelve hand-coloured plates of fish, from British Fresh Water Fishes by Reverend William Houghton, 1879. H. 24cm W. 33cm

Lot No:  66 (Watches)

A late 19th century 18ct yellow gold open face pocket watch, single chain fusee movement, no. 22855, movement signed William Marshall, Edinburgh, the gilt dial with applied Roman numerals, floral engraving to dial centre, engine turned case with vacant cartouche.

Lot No:  67 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Jamie Reid (British b. 1947), God Save Them All, lithograph, 28/50, signed and titled in pencil, 33 x 29cm.

Lot No:  68 (Musical Instruments)

Two acoustic guitars by Chantry and Herald.

Lot No:  69 (Ceramics)

A 19th century Staffordshire spill vase modelled with a sleeping figure and dogs beside a tree, H. 28cm.

Lot No:  70 (Silver)

A set of four Victorian silver salts, with gadrooned rims, raised on cast paw feet, London 1841, by William Bateman & Daniel Ball, weighs 402g.

Lot No:  71 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

After Johan Bleau, Map of Somerset, 50 x 60cm, together with two other county maps, (3).

Lot No:  72 (Silver)

A silver cased Witchball table lighter by Comyns of London.

Lot No:  73 (Watches)

A late 19th / early 20th century ladies French silver and niello open face fob watch, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals.

Lot No:  74 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Michael Carlo (British b.1945), 'January Light', lithograph, signed, titled and numbered 161/ 200 in pencil lower margin, H.35cm

Lot No:  75 (Silver)

An Edwardian art nouveau silver dish, W. H. Haseler, Birmingham 1905, of circular flower head form with pierced hexagonal border. W. 13cm

Lot No:  76 (Jewellery)

A quantity of various beaded gemstone necklaces, to include amethyst etc.

Lot No:  77 (Furniture)

A George III style mahogany four drawer filing chest, with a green leather inset top, W. 94cm.

Lot No:  78 (Books)

A William Kage Argenta small vase and pair of side dishes for Gustavsberg, decorated with silvered foliage on a green ground

Lot No:  79 (Furniture)

A contemporary oak plank top farmhouse table, the rectangular top above square legs, W. 120cm.

Lot No:  80 (Jewellery)

An 18 carat yellow gold signet ring, stamped 18ct to shank, 6.8g

Lot No:  81 (Watches)

An early 20th century Gentleman's hunter pocket watch the black dial set out with luminous Arabic numerals and incorporating a subsidiary second dial, (movement running)

Lot No:  82 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

A Victorian mahogany Apothecary chest fitted with an arrangement of six drawers, some with turned horn handles, W 31 cms.

Lot No:  83 (Rugs)

North African tent rug, brown strips on cream ground, 260 x 109cm.

Lot No:  84 (Jewellery)

An opera length of black South Sea pearls

Lot No:  85 (Furniture)

A mid 19th century marquetry occasional table, the octagonal top on a ring turned support, on a tripod base with scroll feet, W. 44cm.

Lot No:  86 (Clocks)

A late 20th century carriage timepiece, together with two other clocks, (3)

Lot No:  87 (Books)

A cased pair of silver napkin ring, Birmingham 1920 by William Adams, together with two other boxed pairs of silver napkin rings,

Lot No:  88 (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:  89 (Silver)

A set of four George II silver table spoons, with later shell embossed gilded bowls, London 1753, by James Tookey, weighs 260g.

Lot No:  90 (Jewellery)

An 18 carat yellow gold, turquoise and topaz set gypsy ring, stamped 18ct to shank, together with a yellow metal, turquoise and pearl set dress ring and three yellow gold and turquoise set brooches, indistinctly stamped.

Lot No:  91 (Jewellery)

An Edwardian citrine and pearl set pendant, stamped 15k, suspended on a yellow gold chain, stamped 15k to clasp.

Lot No:  92 (Works of Art)

An early 20th century bronze of a conquistador, standing has ease and holding a pike, H. 46cm.

Lot No:  93 (Furniture)

A late Regency rectangular overmantel mirror, the frame with split turned columns and silvered capitals, W. 75cm.

Lot No:  94 (Watches)

A 1930s stainless steel Roamer milatry wristwatch, having silvered dial with Arabic numerals and outer minute track, fitted to a stainless steel adjustable strap. (working order)

Lot No:  95 (Ceramics)

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

Lot No:  96 (Jewellery)

A 9 carat yellow gold flat curb link necklace, stamped 375 to clasp, 20g.

Lot No:  97 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Julian Smith (20th century Australian) Summers Quite, oil on board, signed lower left, 76 x 102cm, together with another work, Nude Study, watercolour, (2).

Lot No:  98 (Furniture)

A 20th century wrought steel semi-circular console table, with a mirrored top, W. 90cm.

Lot No:  99 (Jewellery)

A 9 carat yellow gold and three stone apatite ring, each corner mounted with small diamonds, together with a 9 carat yellow and white gold floral white sapphire ring.

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