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Antiques, Interiors & Collectables

Monday, 31st July

Lot No:  1 (Tribal)

A 19th century carved African possibly Nigerian,rosewood figure of a lady with children climbing on her back, 31cm high

Lot No:  2 (Silver)

An Australian silver plated chafing dish / food warmer with burner, comprising of domed lid with ebonised finial, inner plate and larger warming plate with hinged paraffin burner on stand and tripod legs, retailed by Hardy Bros Ltd, Sydney and Brisbane, stamped 'Made in England 21662', 20.0 cm x 22.0 cm

Lot No:  3 (Silver)

An elegant silver plated Walker & Hall chafing dish / food warmer comprising of a domed, hinged rollover top with bone-stud catch, pierced inner plate, larger warming plate, inner section for boiling water (which releases when side finials are unscrewed), two side handles cast with scrolling detail on four tapering and reeded legs with lions feet,   read more 

Lot No:  4 (Silver)

A pair of Cartier silver pin dishes, centrally inset with an American silver dollar (one dated 1922, the other 1885), each marked 'Cartier Sterling 762', Width 10 cm, Gross Weight 140.9 g (2)

Lot No:  5 (Watches)

A Victorian, boxed, 9 ct gold pocket watch made by Waltham, Massachusetts, circa 1850 and retailed by W. Grogan Jewellers of Manchester, a Victorian 9 ct rose gold double Albert chain and silver and gold plated fob with vacant cartouche (2)

Lot No:  6 (Furniture)

Late 18thC / early 19thC oak coffer of panelled construction, the front ornately carved with repeating patterns, 74 x 125 x 51cm

Lot No:  7 (Jewellery)

A Fern leaf designer ring, 9ct gold, 5.9grs

Lot No:  8 (Watches)

A Tissot 1853 stainless steel watch, presented by King Abdullah Bin Al Hussein of Jordan to the vendor, quartz movement, on a stainless steel bracelet, water resistant to 100m, with chronograph and date function, the king's card included with the watch, the watch contained in its original Tissot box, the box, cover and watch bearing crown motif, box  read more 

Lot No:  9 (Silver)

An Edwardian silver sugar shaker, of baluster form, Birmingham 1907, makers mark worn, 17cm high, with an octagonal silver sugar shaker, raised on octagonal foot, makers mark worn. Birmingham 1921, 22 cm high (2)

Lot No:  10 (Silver)

A 19th century probably Indian silver beaker, embossed with village scene, bearing blank cartouche, 16cm high

Lot No:  11 (Watches)

S Shiers 9ct gold pocket watch, with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds to the enamelled dial, 89grs, 6.5 x 5 x 1.5cm

Lot No:  12 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

Charles Maybury, double barrel percussion cap sporting gun, (active Birmingham 1843 - 1873), steel butt plate, mahogany stock, double hammer, double trigger, decorated named plate with gun dog, 30" barrels and ram rod.

Lot No:  13 (Objects of Vertu)

A Tiffany Studios, New York, gilt bronze and abalone shell inlaid desktop inkwell, (stamped on base and numbered 1157), 9 x 9 x 9 cm.

Lot No:  14 (Silver)

A Tiffany & Co solid silver serving spoon, marked Tiffany & Co Sterling, Weight 81.10 g

Lot No:  15 (Silver)

A late Victorian silver sovereign case, of plain circular form, makers mark worn, Birmingham 1893, 3cm dia.

Lot No:  16 (Silver)

A Victorian oval silver snuff box, Samuel Boyce (or Boaz) Landeck, Sheffield 1898, bearing import marks and marks for Hanoverian, the hinged lid embossed with a Chinese village scene and sides with scroll decoration, 5cm long.

Lot No:  17 (Silver)

A George V silver table snuff box, Thomas Ducrow & Sons, Birmingham 1920, of plain rectangular form, the hinged lid with reeded decoration, 7.5 x 5 x 1.2cm.

Lot No:  18 (Furniture)

Set of six Fritz Hansen Arne Jacobsen design Danish white painted Series 7 plywood dining chairs together with a contemporary white dining table of unusual form, raised on a brushed steel central support 72 x 120 x 120cm

Lot No:  19 (Ceramics)

A Royal Doulton April pattern part tea set, decorated with spring flowers, bearing V2000 mark to base.

Lot No:  20 (Watches)

A gent's Rado Swiss wristwatch, with date window, the bracelet gold plated with high tech ceramic links, in presentation box

Lot No:  21 (Lighting)

Pair of contemporary Murano glass wall lights, smoke grey textured finish, 33.5cm h

Lot No:  22 (Silver)

A Victorian Bachelors (3 x piece) silver tea set consisting of teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl all with fluted surface decoration and egg and dart moulding to the rims, the teapot with ebonised handle and finial, Sheffield, 1898, 735.0 g/ 26 Troy oz (3)

Lot No:  23 (Watches)

Silver pair cased pocket watch, William Howard, assayed in Birmingham in 1811, with Roman numerals to the enamelled dial, 149grs, 8 x 5.5 x 3cm

Lot No:  24 (Silver)

A Victorian 9 ct yellow gold cigar piercer / propelling pencil mechanism made and retailed by Sampson Mordan & Co, London, hallmarks worn, Length 7.30 cm, Weight 13.40 g

Lot No:  26 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

Bronze Art Deco hexagonal photography medal, Cerecle Photographique de Nivelles, Salon d'Octobre 1933, probably Belgian, verso female nude holding a camera, unsigned, 4cm wide.

Lot No:  27 (Jewellery)

Sapphire & diamond pendant, 9ct gold mount & chain

Lot No:  28 (Silver)

A George V silver matched three piece tea service, Birmingham 1913, comprising hot water pot, milk jug and twin handled sugar bowl, each piece raised on outswept supports terminating in hoof feet, height of water pot 22cm

Lot No:  29 (Jewellery)

Three ladies rings; half eternity with sapphires & diamonds set on 9ct white gold band, dress ring with diamonds & sapphires set on 9ct yellow gold band, and a diamond dress ring, 0.25pts, on 9ct white gold (3)

Lot No:  30 (Oriental)

A Chinese porcelain bottle vase, decorated in the Woucai palette on green celadon ground, of flying dragons amongst flaming pearls, raised on glazed circular foot, bearing six character mark to base, 26cm high.

Lot No:  31 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

A pair of John Lobb Ltd thigh length tan leather boots, complete with wooden trees

Lot No:  32 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

A pair of tan leather John Lobb Ltd thigh length lace up boots, complete with boot trees

Lot No:  33 (Watches)

Gent's Ebel 'Sport Wave' stainless steel quartz wristwatch, Swiss made and water resistant to 100m, having chronograph and date window, on a stainless steel bracelet, with receipts from servicing, in original presentation box with booklet and warranty card

Lot No:  34 (Oriental)

A Chinese jadeite jade belt hook, with dragon head, looking at a crawling dragon, 11 cm

Lot No:  35 (Oriental)

A Chinese crackle glaze monochrome pottery vase, ochre colour, ovoid shape, with glazed foot.

Lot No:  36 (Ceramics)

A turn of the last century hand painted pottery wall plaque, hand painted with a female portrait in the Renaissance manner, the border having a repeating stylised peacock feather pattern, bearing an impressed shield mark to the base, 32.5cm diameter

Lot No:  37 (Silver)

2 x Georgian solid silver spoons, London, circa 1809, Makers mark RT, and a Sterling silver baby's spoon by the Colorado Sterling Silver Company, Gross Weight 107.30 g (3).

Lot No:  38 (General)

A pair of Victorian cast bronze candlesticks with copper coloured detailing and profusely decorated with floral motifs, rams heads and classical urns and figures on circular bases, 15 cm H (2)

Lot No:  39 (Watches)

A gentlemans Rado chromium Rado Jubile wristwatch, complete with strap, with diamond numerals and date apperture, together with Rado DiaStar gentlemans wristwatch with gilt expanding wrist strap, with square numerals and date aperture

Lot No:  40 (Silver)

A George V silver pepperette, makers mark worn, Birmingham 1909, together with a silver darts medal

Lot No:  41 (Ceramics)

Twenty - six pieces of Spode Italian blue and white porcelain dinnerwares, to include plates, tureens, jugs etc

Lot No:  42 (Jewellery)

Three strands of freshwater pearls; pink, black and white & lustre grey (3)

Lot No:  43 (Lighting)

A contemporary Tiffany style leaded stained glass table lamp, 67cm high.

Lot No:  44 (Silver)

A pair of small silver candlesticks, W. I. Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1959, fluted baluster columns, raised on fluted domed circular foot, 14cm high

Lot No:  45 (Books)

A collection of over 30 hardback books of a military theme including a 1943 Book Club edition of "Put Out More Flags" (with original dust jacket); Arthur Conan Doyle "The British Campaign in France and Flanders" 1914-1918; "Odds and Ends from a Regimental Diary [42nd Battalion Royal Highlanders of Canada]".

Lot No:  46 (Books)

27 books of childrens’ literature ranging from Thomas the tank engine stories to early 20th century fiction.

Lot No:  47 (Objects of Vertu)

A hallmarked 9 ct gold cigar piercer with 2 x gold filled propelling pencils, (9 ct gold engraved cigar piercer hallmarked Birmingham, 1861), (1 x gold filled pencil, bears Greek key engine turned engraving and stamped 'Mordan Ever Point Patent Applied for'), (the other gold filled, engraved example stamped Hicks' Patent March 2171') (3)

Lot No:  48 (Books)

Books: Henry M. Stanley, Two volumes of Through The Dark Continent, "The Sources of the Nile around the Great Lakes of Equatorial Africa and Down the Livingstone River to the Atlantic Ocean" half bound pig skin leather editions, Published London 1878.

Lot No:  49 (Clocks)

French Art Deco mantle clock, red & white marble case with green insert, brass engine turned dial, 1880 movement, 10.5cm dia, and a matching desk pen rest (2)

Lot No:  50 (Oriental)

A Chinese porcelain famille noire baluster vase, enamelled with foliate decoration, bearing six character mark for Kangxi to base, 27cm high

Lot No:  51 (Glass)

A large quantity of various Baccarat style drinking glasses, with six Georgian rummers approximately 22 in total.

Lot No:  52 (Silver)

A silver plated table lamp with attractive shell form lamp head design, needs to be wired; 53cm high.

Lot No:  53 (Silver)

19th century French silver wine tasting cup, with hoop handle and thumb piece, fluted and circular decoration to the body, engraved to the rim M. Granger, bearing French hallmarks, 8cm diameter.

Lot No:  54 (Oriental)

Pair of Chinese polychrome decorated rice bowls, decorated with imperial dragons, four character marks to base. 12cm diameter (2)

Lot No:  55 (Ceramics)

A set of three Royal Copenhagen Parianware plaques decorated with Classical scenes, bearing painted marks verso, 12cm diameter.

Lot No:  56 (Jewellery)

A Victorian 15 ct yellow gold chain with pin and barrel fastening sold with an engraved yellow metal locket pendant (possibly 9 ct) 17.5 cm L, Weight 10 g (2)

Lot No:  57 (Ceramics)

KPM hard paste porcelain plate, with a pierced and gilded border, the centre hand painted with an image of exotic birds perched on a tree, the under glaze cobalt blue KPM mark over painted with a leaf, 25cm dia, together with a Wedgwood creamware oval serving dish, transfer printed with birds, 36 x 28cm (2)

Lot No:  58 (Silver)

A 19th century Dutch silver caddy spoon, Samuel Boyce (or Boaz) Landeck, Sheffield 1900, the pierced handle terminating in the form of a cherub, the bow in form of a lilly pad, 11cm long.

Lot No:  59 (Silver)

Mid Victorian silver butterknife, with cast twist stem terminating in blank cartouche shield finial, Francis Higgins II, London 1865. 19cm long

Lot No:  60 (Silver)

A Victorian pair silver plate on copper candlesticks, cast with acanthus leaf decoration, raised on circular foot,

Lot No:  61 (Silver)

A pair silver dwarf candlesticks, M C Hersey & Son Ltd, London 1998, 7cm high

Lot No:  62 (Silver)

Liberty & Co; a pair of George V silver candlesticks, Birmingham 1912, with tapering stems, terminating in domed and engraved circular feet with engraved floral and swag decoration, H. 20cm.

Lot No:  63 (Silver)

An Edwardian silver twin handled tazza, Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1904, 8cm high, elongated 'C' scroll handles, raised knop baluster column terminating in circular foot

Lot No:  64 (Coins)

A limited edition Royal Mint Prince William and Princess Diana gold proof set, containing two £25 coins from Aldeney, complete with original box and paperwork

Lot No:  65 (Silver)

An Edwardian silver capstan inkwell, Zimmer Brothers, Birmingham, date letter worn, 6cm high

Lot No:  66 (Silver)

A late 20th century planished Italian silver vase, waisted form, shaped rim, applied Roman coin, bearing impressed marks to base, 25cm high

Lot No:  67 (Silver)

A late Victorian hallmarked silver cup, Henry Atkin, Sheffield 1897, with beaded knop column, raised on beaded circular foot, 11cm high,

Lot No:  68 (Jewellery)

Art Deco style octagonal diamond and sapphire cluster ring in 14 ct white gold, the central round-cut stone set with radiating sapphire and diamond surrounds, weight 4.30 g

Lot No:  69 (Silver)

A hammered silver wood lined rectangular cigarette box, Thomas Johnson II London 1886, 16 x 9 x 5cm, with a small silver engine turned cigarette box, Chester, makers & date worn, 11 x 8.5 x 5cm, and a late Victorian silver cigar rest, Henry Atkin, Sheffield 1897, 10cm long

Lot No:  70 (Silver)

A George V planished silver quaich, William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1915, with twin ring handles, 15cm diameter

Lot No:  71 (Jewellery)

18 ct yellow gold necklace with an olive green tourmaline cabochon pendant framed by 16 small brilliant cut diamonds set on an 18 ct yellow gold chain.

Lot No:  72 (Jewellery)

18 ct yellow gold necklace with a pink tourmaline cabochon pendant framed by 16 small brilliant cut diamonds set on an 18 ct yellow gold chain.

Lot No:  73 (Jewellery)

18 ct white gold, diamond and tanzanite ring, set with a central, oval-cut tanzanite (approx 3.50 carats) flanked by two round brilliant-cut diamonds (approx 0.50 carats combined), weight 3.9 g

Lot No:  74 (Jewellery)

Pair of Akoya pink pearl earrings, 14ct gold mounts

Lot No:  75 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

19th century Indonesian (Sumatra) engraved brass betel or tabacco box, 12 x 4 x 6cm

Lot No:  76 (Silver)

A George V silver twin handled trophy cup, William Hutton & Sons, Birmingham 1911, with 'S' scroll handles, raised on domed circular foot, 21cm high, presented William Holley, winner of the 100yds Handicap Christmas 1912.

Lot No:  77 (Jewellery)

South Sea AAA+ Akoya white pearl bracelet, double loop, 14ct gold clasp, 8-10mm pearls

Lot No:  78 (Jewellery)

A Victorian, diamond and treated ruby dress ring in yellow gold and platinum, the central oval-cut ruby in a yellow gold claw-set mount with old-cut diamond surround and diamond shoulder detailing, Weight 5.0 g

Lot No:  79 (Jewellery)

French Art Deco style cocktail ring, intricately set with sapphires & diamonds, unmarked 9 ct gold mount

Lot No:  80 (Silver)

A 19th century Colonial Spanish (possibly Argentinian), white metal (possibly silver), three footed dish, 6 x 15cm

Lot No:  81 (Jewellery)

Two large 9 ct yellow gold dress rings comprising of an open back, claw set, emerald cut smokey quartz ring and an open back, claw set, marquise cut blue topaz ring, gross weight 17.3 grs (2)

Lot No:  83 (Jewellery)

9 ct yellow gold and platinum diamond set, marquise shaped ring with open back holing and pierced gallery detail, Length 2.50 cm approx, 3.1 grs

Lot No:  84 (Jewellery)

Two 9 ct yellow gold wedding bands; one with engraved cross-hatching decoration and the other containing 9 illusion set diamonds with a platinum overlay. 4.1 grs gros (2)

Lot No:  85 (Jewellery)

Amethyst cushion cut bracelet, gold ball spacers, 9ct gold clasp

Lot No:  86 (Jewellery)

Victorian 9 ct yellow gold ring set with 5 graduated peridot stones, with a hand carved gallery and shoulders and fancy back holing, 3.6 grs

Lot No:  87 (Jewellery)

A Victorian 9ct yellow gold textured ring set with 3 larger claw-set garnets and 4 small claw set garnets, 4grs

Lot No:  88 (Jewellery)

Two 9 ct yellow gold rings, (one in a distinctive 'V' form, with bark texturing and the other consists of applied rose gold vine detail), Gross Weight 7.7 grs (2)

Lot No:  89 (Silver)

A 19th century Colonial Spanish (possibly Argentinian), white metal (possibly silver), twin handled dish, 3x 14x 11cm

Lot No:  90 (Silver)

A silver domed topped sugar caster, circa 1935, 15 cm H, 192.30 grs

Lot No:  91 (Silver)

A pair of Georgian silver bombe form trencher salts on ball feet with clear glass liners, 8.5 x 6 cm each (2)

Lot No:  92 (Silver)

A Victorian silver baby's bell and whistle rattle with coral teething soother. 10 cm L

Lot No:  93 (Silver)

A silver plated twin handled champagne bucket, raised on four lion mask paw feet

Lot No:  94 (Silver)

A large hallmarked silver domed top sugar shaker retailed by Payne, circa 1912, 20 cm H approx.

Lot No:  95 (Works of Art)

A 19th C ivory walking crutch handle stick and carved to simulate bamboo 95 cm L

Lot No:  96 (Silver)

A 9 ct gold propelling pencil and a silver propelling pencil. (2)

Lot No:  97 (General)

A Victorian mahogany and brass bound writing box, opens to reveal fitted interior, 35 x 23 x 15cm, together with an early 20th century writing case.

Lot No:  98 (Clocks)

A 19th century French black and marble mantle clock, of lozenge shape, incised gilt painted decoration of flowers, sides applied with ormolu Egyptian revival style male head raised on gilt dragon paw feet, the white enamelled dial with black painted Roman numerals and two winding holes, the movement engraved with the initials G & S

Lot No:  99 (Coins)

Three hammered coins: possibly an Edward I (1272-1307), London Mint Penny (19mm diameter) together with two other hammered coins both with rubbed faces; possibly another Edward I coin (18mm diameter) and a later issue English Coin (15mm diameter).

Lot No:  100 (Silver)

A silver whisky decanter label with cast and applied silver gilt grape and vine decoration and chain, London, circa 1971, Length (from top of chain to bottom of label) 12.0 cm, Width (of label) 4.50 cm, Weight 21.10 g

Lot No:  101 (Silver)

A Victorian solid silver cigar piercer propelling pencil mechanism made and patented by L.C Hardmuth of Austria and retailed by Sampson Mordan & Co, London, hallmarks worn, Length 7.50 cm, Weight 18.20 g

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