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Interiors, Antiques and Collectables

Sunday, 7th October

Lot No:  300 (Silver)

A Goldsmiths and Silversmiths presentation cigarette box. Garrard & Co. London 1926. The gilt interior bears and inscription. "Presented to Percy. St. Clair Matthey. Liveryman of the Goldsmiths and Silversmith company in commemoration of the 600th anniversary of the granting of the Company's first Charter. The hinged cover cast with the Company Coat  read more 

Lot No:  301 (Silver)

An Edwardian Silver and Tortoiseshell cigarette box. Levi & Salaman. Birmingham 1906. Of rectangular form. Loaded. 3.5 cm x 15 cm x 7.8 cm.

Lot No:  302 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Five Family portrait miniatures with gilt metal mounts.. And a painted porcelain example. And other miniatrue prints and a painted portrait of a Gentleman, mid 19th century. Some in leather cases others framed.

Lot No:  303 (Jewellery)

Vintage hallmarked solid silver body bear rattle ruby eye and silver child spoon enamelled with little Miss Muffet and cased solid silver baby feeding spoon Bimy 1934 (x3)

Lot No:  304 (Asian)

A Chinese porcelain dish painted in the famille rose palette, depicting two figures beside a tree, 24cm diameter.

Lot No:  305 (Ceramics)

A collection of 19th century ceramics to include: three mugs and a matching milk jug, a Wade Sherry flagon, a salt-glazed teapot and a Mason's large dish. (QTY)

Lot No:  306 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Carlos A Fernandez, large contemporary unframed oil on canvas, close up of a flowerhead, signed and dated 2002 to the lower centre, 97 x 146cm.

Lot No:  307 (Rugs)

A fine Aubusson carpet. Circa 1900. Decorated with flowers and swags on a cream ground. Dimensions: 280 x 180 cm. Good condition.

Lot No:  308 (Furniture)

A carved gilt wood "X" frame stool in the classical style, upholstered in blue fabric, 51 x 76 x 47 cm.

Lot No:  309 (Toys, Dolls, Games)

A Great Gizmos Sit on Child's car. In retro style. 73 cm long. With labels and serial number. Great Gizmos is a leading provider of children’s fun, creative and innovative toys.

Lot No:  310 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

K Mason, oil on canvas still life depicting two apples and an orange, signed Mason lower right, sight size 29 x 30cm, in a gilt frame.

Lot No:  311 (Ceramics)

A Parian Ware Bust of Prince Albert. By Kerr & Co. Worcester.

Lot No:  312 (Furniture)

A late 19th century French armchair, of asymmetrical design, the frame carved, painted and distressed beech, upholstered in textured fabric, 72 x 80 x 65cm.

Lot No:  313 (Scientific or technical instruments)

A Vintage Microscope. Two Snuff boxes. Opera glasses, Compasses etc (a lot).

Lot No:  314 (Silver)

Solid Sterling silver Art Deco design engine turned ashtray/ pin dish. A second silver ashtray / pin dish and silver cased cigarette holder (3)

Lot No:  315 (Silver)

A late Victorian matching sterling silver hand mirror and hair brush, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1901, having repoussage decoration depicting putti, and scrolling detail, the mirror 26 x 10.5cm, together with a sterling silver backed comb, W I Broadway & Co, Birmingham 1975, and a silver plated and cut glass hat pin jar.

Lot No:  316 (Furniture)

An early 20th century oak desk, with an arrangement of seven drawers, 77 x 122 x 69.5cm.

Lot No:  317 (Silver)

Cased solid silver owl bookmark and cased sterling silver and glass capsule in form of a locket.

Lot No:  318 (Furniture)

A large pine plank top refrectory table, raised on square section tapering supports, 75 x 260 x 127cm.

Lot No:  319 (Rugs)

An antique, hand-woven, woollen, Russian Kazak rug, (Circa 1890), in shades of navy blue and terracotta with an outer border of stylised motifs, 205 x 155 cm.

Lot No:  320 (Silver)

Cased King George VI 1937 Coronation medal and cased solid silver King George VI Coronation medal.

Lot No:  321 (Asian)

A circular Chinese lacquered box, decorated with dragons to the lid, 7.5 x 20.5 x 20.5cm.

Lot No:  322 (Toys, Dolls, Games)

A child's classic Gollnest and Kiesel pink metal retro toy sit on car . 72 cm long.

Lot No:  323 (Furniture)

A novelty chest of five drawers in the form of a stack of five books, 55 x 46 x 32cm.

Lot No:  324 (Silver)

Cased solid silver gilt Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee spoon. and cased solid silver Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Windsor castle bowl .

Lot No:  325 (Furniture)

A white painted two tier occasional low table of square form, 50 x 60 x 60cm.

Lot No:  326 (Silver)

A cased set of six Sterling Silver Demitasse Coffee Spoons, W H Haseler Ltd, Birmingham 1923, 9 cm long, 40 grams. 1.28 oz.

Lot No:  327 (Jewellery)

12 Victorian/Edwardian bead-work bags, a bead-work necklace. A misers purse other fragments and two needle-work bags. (a lot).

Lot No:  328 (Silver)

A pair of sterling silver pickle forks, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1948, 18.5 cm long, 75 grams 2.41 oz Cased.

Lot No:  329 (Mirrors)

A late 19th century gilt framed wall mirror with later plate, 105 x 60cm.

Lot No:  330 (General)

A Pair of Mid 18th century Bronze Table Candlesticks and another pair in Brass circa 1800. 18cm and 17 cm high. (4)

Lot No:  331 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Martin Ware, a pair of limited edition still life etchings, 'Window & Curtain' and 'Window & Blind', both signed and dated '85, 12/150 and 13/150, sight size 20 x 14cm, together with Linda Hill, a limited edition print 'The Day Before', 93/150, signed, 27 x 30cm.

Lot No:  332 (Silver)

A cased pair of sterling silver napkin rings, Charles S Green & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1964, having engine turned decoration, together with a cased silver napkin ring, Birmingham 1915 (maker's mark indistinct), having pierced detail, and two matching sterling silver napkin rings in two cases, Harman Brothers, Birmingham 1988, 115g (3.69 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  333 (Asian Art & Middle Eastern)

An Indo-Persian cast metal vase with inscription 'Presented To Maj D V Pilley, By RHQ/AAT QG Signals 1981, 23.5 x 11.5cm.

Lot No:  334 (Silver)

Solid silver posy vase and solid silver candlestick John Clifford B'ham 1910 and Victorian tortoiseshell and silver clothes brush Chester 1898

Lot No:  335 (Asian)

Four Chinese white metal paperweights, in the form of sections from a four fold screen, bearing stamps to the reverse, 15 x 5cm.

Lot No:  336 (Silver)

A cased pair of sterling silver preserve spoons, Lee & Wigfull (Henry Wigfull), Sheffield 1901, 12cm long, together with a pair of sterling silver ice cream spoons, Viner's Ltd (Emile Viner), Sheffield 1933, 14cm long, and a sterling silver jam spoon with butter knife, Francis Howard Ltd, Edinburgh 1961, having pierced thistle design to the handles,  read more 

Lot No:  337 (Silver)

A Selection of Fruit and Pen Knives. Some in silver. Others with mother of pearl cases. A Gun Metal open face pocket watch, etc. ( a lot ).

Lot No:  338 (Silver)

A Set of four late Victorian sterling silver salts and matching spoons, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1900, of oval form with twin handles, 7 x 11.5 x 5.5 cm, 235 grams (7.55 t oz) gross, the box marked Garrard & Co Ltd. Cased

Lot No:  339 (Bronze)

After the Antique. Possibly Greco Roman. A Bronze figure. 9 cm long. Provenance. In a family collection for over 100 years Kensington London.

Lot No:  340 (Silver)

A sterling silver handled grapefruit knife, Harrison Brothers, Sheffield 1970, having a curved and serrated stainless steel blade, together with two Victorian sterling silver sugar sifters by William Devenport, Birmingham 1895 and 1897, another sterling silver sugar sifter, Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield 1928, and a sterling silver cheese knife,  read more 

Lot No:  341 (Garden related)

A white painted metal folding garden bench, 98 x 140 x 53cm.

Lot No:  342 (Asian)

A gilt metal Buddhist seated figure, 14 x 9 x 6.5cm, together with a Chinese bronze seal, 5 x 5.5 x 5.5cm.

Lot No:  343 (Silver)

A pair late 19th / early 20th century American sterling silver vases, Barbour Silver Co, Hartford Conneticut, of conical form, with gilt interior, decorated with bright cut engraved scrolling acanthus leaves to the sides and the base, 15 x 6 x 6cm, 140g (4.51t oz) gross.

Lot No:  344 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Arthur Henri Lefort des Ylouzes (1868-1912), "Madonna and Child", engraving, circa 1900, plate size: 17.5 x 26cm, mounted, framed and glazed (Lefort was the President of the French Society of Etchers).

Lot No:  345 (General)

A pair of wooden, grey-painted, wine bottle crates each comprising of fifteen sections. H: 36 cm, W: 56 cm, D: 33 cm each. (2)

Lot No:  346 (Silver)

An hourglass decanter with a sterling silver collar, William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1919 (crack to the glass and wrong stopper), 27 x 9.5 x 9.5cm, together with an Edwardian wall mounting sterling silver spill vase, T H Hazlewood & Co, Birmingham 1910, 14.5 x 5 x 4cm, the vase weighs 50g (1.6 t oz).

Lot No:  347 (Ceramics)

A pair of handmade, stoneware vases decorated with incised and hand-painted, floral decoration to both, H: 25 cm, W: 12 cm. Studio potter's stamp to each base.

Lot No:  348 (General)

A Good Set of Dress Medals, Dog Tags etc. For Lieutenant John Ellis Viccars. DSO. Includes a prisoner of war tage for Oflag VII/C. Also includes a uniform button for the Herts Constabulary and a long service badge. Oflag VII-C / Ilag VII Laufen, Germany Oflag VII-C / Ilag VII is located in GermanyOflag VII-C / Ilag VIIOflag VII-C / Ilag VII Coordinates 47.93861°N  read more 

Lot No:  349 (Silver)

A cased pair of Edwardian sterling silver salts, Fattorini & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1905, of oval form, having scrolling twin handles, decorated with flowers and masks, with pierced detail and gilded interiors, 7.5 x 12 x 5.5cm, 170g (5.46 t oz) gross, the box with matching retailer mark to the salts.

Lot No:  350 (Furniture)

A pair of half veneered satinwood occasional tables of square section, 64 x 56 x 56cm.

Lot No:  351 (Silver)

A set of four mid 20th century American Gorham sterling silver liqueur goblets, in original presentation box, 77g (2.48 t oz) gross.

Lot No:  352 (Bronze)

A Good Bronze figure of a Common Snipe. 19th century.Shown looking at a frog. Dark brown patination. On a plaster base now distressed. 12 cm high.

Lot No:  353 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

R Buchanan, watercolour town centre, signed lower left, sight size 25 x 41cm, together with a watercolour illustration depicting two teddy bears, sight size 25 x 31cm.

Lot No:  354 (Silver)

A cased set of six solid silver teaspoons Sheffield 1922 and cased set of Japanese sterling silver cocktail spoons with Japanese themed finials

Lot No:  355 (Furniture)

A French white painted and distressed stool, upholstered in light grey linen, raised on carved cabriole supports, 48 x 70 x 55cm.

Lot No:  356 (Silver)

Two Antique silver and rose gold fob brooches and cased solid silver watch chain fob B'ham 1924

Lot No:  357 (Silver)

A pair of silver plated candlesticks, early Georgian in style, on octagonal bases, 12 x 9 x 9cm, together with a similar candelabrum with four branches, 25 x 27 x 27cm.

Lot No:  358 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

Cased solid silver Queen Elizabeth II jubilee medal, 1977.

Lot No:  359 (Garden)

Three olive trees in grey glazed Naylor Clough Mill frostproof planters, approximately 120 cm high. Not plastic.

Lot No:  360 (Furniture)

A Georgian style satinwood and painted oval low table, 45x 106 x 66.5cm.

Lot No:  361 (Furniture)

A flame mahogany and satin wood-inlaid, TV corner cupboard (fits a 32 inch TV), having two central drawers and a lower drawer to the bottom of the piece and raised on squat, front feet. In excellent condition. 98 x 93 x 45 cm.

Lot No:  362 (Furniture)

A folding set of fruitwood library steps, 144 x 72 x 39cm.

Lot No:  363 (Furniture)

A Victorian Renaissance revival carved oak partners desk, with a tooled green leather writing insert, the drawers carved with green man handles, 75 x 172 x 94cm

Lot No:  364 (Books)

A circa 1930's set of miniature works of Shakespeare, by Allied Newspapers Ltd, 200 Gray's Inn Road, London, contained on a set of plywood bookshelves, 22 x 19 x 6cm.

Lot No:  365 (Asian)

A pair of Vintage Chinese black lacquered panels, inlaid with bone, depicting birds amongst foliage, each 55 x 38 cm.

Lot No:  366 (Silver)

Three sterling silver miniature animals by Country Artists (Evesham Road, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire), filled, together with a sterling silver photograph frame, 10.5 x 10.5 cm. Country Artists celebrated its 20th anniversary in 1998, beginning life in 1978 at Tanworth-in-Arden in Warwickshire, England. Initially called “Richard Cooper and Company”,  read more 

Lot No:  367 (Asian)

Chinese cloisonne dragon vase, another enamelled vase, bronze ring and Japanese Imari plate

Lot No:  368 (Silver)

A Victorian silver plated tea pot, engraved with scrolling acanthus leaves, 13 x 25.5 x 15cm, together with another silver plated tea pot on scrolling feet, 18 x 22 x 13cm.

Lot No:  369 (Furniture)

A contemporary grey painted side cabinet, with two short drawers over two glazed cupboard doors, 80 x 140 x 33cm.

Lot No:  370 (Coins)

A Large Quantity of British coins .Mostly pre 1946. And other continental coins and bank notes.

Lot No:  371 (Furniture)

A 19th century Irish painted and distressed pine dresser with chicken coup section to the base, 200 x 135 x 62cm.

Lot No:  372 (Garden related)

A white painted metal folding garden bench, 98 x 140 x 53cm.

Lot No:  373 (Silver)

A Chester Sterling Silver Coffee pot.. Jay, Richard Attenborough Co Ltd 1910. Of plain baluster form. And a matching hot water jug. Each with an ebonised handle. 21 cm and 18 cm high. 650 grams. 20.8 oz. ( all in). (2)

Lot No:  374 (Furniture)

A carved giltwood framed two seater sofa (for upholstery), 108 x 130 x 70cm.

Lot No:  375 (Furniture)

A pair of white painted, wooden-topped, bedside tables each having a single drawer. H: 63 cm, D: 30 cm. (2)

Lot No:  376 (Ceramics)

Italian made tiger - ceramic

Lot No:  377 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Two antique engravings, one a portrait of a gentleman, dated 1663, sight size 39 x 26.5, the other 'London Sportsmen Recharging', printed and published by W Davison Alnwick, sight size 18 x 25.5cm.

Lot No:  378 (Silver)

A Hukin & Heath silver plated bachelor's coffee pot, with half gadrooned detail, together with a similar silver plated cream jug and sugar bowl, and a pair of silver plated sugar tongs

Lot No:  379 (Silver)

A collection of silver plated items, including an ornate twin handled tray and flatware, together with a Chinese silver spoon, and a white metal jewellery box.

Lot No:  380 (Lighting)

A brass, five-branch chandelier with five glass shades. (a/f)- one shade damaged.

Lot No:  381 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Polish School. Oil o board, mountain scene. Jadwiga Kolebuk. Signed and dated 1975 lower left. 44 cm x 34 cm.

Lot No:  382 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

An oil on board village scene, 43 x 59.5cm.

Lot No:  383 (Ceramics)

A collection of Victorian, stoneware items to include a hot water bottle (16 x 29 cm) and five, salt-glazed, stoneware bottles (various sizes) (6)

Lot No:  384 (Furniture)

A contemporary white painted cabinet, the upper portion with two sliding glazed doors over three short drawers, all above two sliding doors, 220 x 140 x 54 cm.

Lot No:  385 (Silver)

A George II Sterling Silver Cream Jug. Makers mark rubbed. London 1746. Chased with a rustic scene incorporating a vacant cartouche. With leaf capped scroll handle and on trefid feet. 10 cm high. Another similar example. marks rubbed. London 1777. 10.5 cm high. And a third cream jug. London 1802. With repair patch to cartouche. 10.3 cm high. 260 grams.  read more 

Lot No:  386 (Silver)

A Silver Plated Five Light Candelabrum. Of typical form. With foliate decoration and detachable flame finial. Late 19th/early 20th century. 56 cm high.

Lot No:  387 (Ceramics)

A collection of Miscellaneous Ceramics. Including various vases and bowls. (QTY)

Lot No:  388 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Judy Jordan, two watercolour still life studies of flowers, 'Tulips', signed, sight size 42 x 29cm, and 'Amaryllis', sight size 38 x 30.5cm.

Lot No:  389 (General)

An Edwardian Britannia Standard Porringer. makers mark indistinguishable. London 1904. In late 17th century style, 8 cm high. 165 grams. 5.3 oz.

Lot No:  390 (Photography & Film)

A 1920's/30's Grand Tour Indian photograph album, containing approximately 90 photographs, depicting Indian life, and unusual ethnographical examples.

Lot No:  391 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Diane, African Modernist School, coloured sand on board, signed and dated 2012, in matching frame, 101 x 81cm.

Lot No:  392 (Furniture)

An oak-topped, white-painted chest of drawers, having two long drawers on four cabriole legs, H: 75 cm, W: 90 cm, D: 48 cm. In good, clean condition.

Lot No:  393 (Silver)

A quantity of silver plated items and similar, including a toast rack. ( a lot )

Lot No:  394 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Mary King, watercolour and acrylic landscape painting, signed lower left, sight size 27 x 37cm, with labels verso.

Lot No:  395 (Jewellery)

Rough natural Baltic amber together with coral and shells.

Lot No:  396 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Ronald Best, pencil study of a muscular man, signed and dated, sight size 30 x 30cm, together with a life study of two nude ladies, signed indistinctly lower right, sight size 29 x 19.5cm.

Lot No:  397 (General)

A Small collection of items. Circa 1900/1930. Comprising ; A small Worcester Jug. A Bohemian glass and enamel decorated scent bottle with stopper. A Mother of pearl Card Case. (AF).An Enamel Box. A Ruby glass scent bottle with top. A modern Wedgwood Box and cover. A Railway Reading Lamp. Cased. Shell purse. Hand painted button and cigarette holder.  read more 

Lot No:  398 (Furniture)

A Boss designer two seater sofa, upholstered in grey fabric, 68 x 200 x 72cm.

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