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In Chiswick, W4

Antiques, Interiors and Collectables

Tuesday, 11th October

Lot No:  1 (Jewellery)

A Cartier pyrite ashtray, square with canted corners and set with cabochon sapphires, in original retail box. W. 5.5cm

Lot No:  29 (Furniture)

A Victorian style military chest, in two parts with brass corner brackets and bail handles, with an arrangement of four drawers including a secretaire drawer, W. 81cm.

Lot No:  55 (Furniture)

A 19th century American provincial pine six plank coffer, painted with stylised scrolling flowers on a scarlet ground, the hinged top enclosing an internal candle box. W. 102cm

Lot No:  62 (Ceramics)

An early 20th century Wedgwood three colour Jasperware mantel clock, with figural decoration in lilac, and inscription Tempus Fugit, impressed mark. H. 20cm

Lot No:  65 (Musical Instruments)

A set of bagpipes, turned wood chanter with ivory and white metal mounts, tartan bag and red tasselled cords, with label 'NE OBLIE', boxed

Lot No:  86 (Furniture)

A pair of Victorian style green marble and gilt metal pedestals, with Corinthian capitals, on cluster columns and octagonal bases. H. 113cm (2)

Lot No:  139 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

After Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720-1778), Altra Veduta Della Villa Di Mecenate In Tivoli, etching on wove paper, 46 x 61cm.

Lot No:  197 (Furniture)

A Copeland Spode Trade Winds pattern 150 piece part dinner and coffee service decorated in the red / gold palette with various 18th century ships, set includes lidded tureens, dinner and side plates, coffee pot and cans etc.

Lot No:  259 (Furniture)

A large cast figure of a gorilla, seated. H. 115cm

Lot No:  293 (Silver)

A late 19th century oval white metal tray, bearing the maker's mark for Eugene Lefebvre, engraved with ownership initials, 891g.

Lot No:  305 (Rugs)

A Persian silk carpet, with a central blue medallion on a cream foliate ground and multi panel foliate border, 170 x 120cm.

Lot No:  318 (General)

A W. F. Stanley Fuller calculator, within mahogany box incorporating stand, with instruction manual, L. 46cm

Lot No:  324 (Furniture)

A George III mahogany marble topped console table, the grey marble top with cusped corners, above a plain frieze on square chamfered legs, W. 117cm.

Lot No:  330 (Furniture)

A Victorian style military chest, in two parts with brass corner brackets and bail handles, with an arrangement of four drawers including a secretaire drawer W. 81cm.

Lot No:  397 (Jewellery)

An Italian 18ct three colour yellow gold bracelet, with flat gate links, 15g. L. 20cm.

Lot No:  402 (General)

A pair of reconstituted stone garden ornaments, modelled as seated hounds. H. 72cm

Lot No:  425 (Books)

Fifteen early Warne & Co., Beatrix Pottery editions, some first edition.

Lot No:  427 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

An early 19th century French military map, showing the combined English, Spanish and Portuguese forces at Badajoz, with a plan of the fortress and its surround, May and June 1811. 63 x 72cm

Lot No:  428 (Rugs)

A brick red ground Heriz carpet, the central floral medallion within a geometric field and wide floral border. L. 400cm W. 280cm

Lot No:  441 (Books)

A Persian floral and figural carpet, signed. 230 x 210cm

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