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Fine and Selected

Sunday, 25th November

Lot No:  1 (Militaria)

A Pitt Club Silver Gilt Medal. To Colonel John Dick Burnaby. Col. John Dick Burnaby, of Evington, Leics. He built Evington House in 1836 as his place of retirement. 3rd son. Colonel of the 1st regiment of Grenadier Guards. John Dick Captain and Lieutenant Colonel. 1 st Regiment of Foot Guards. Memorial: Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London.  read more 

Lot No:  2 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A Miniature Portrait of Percy St Clair Matthey. In a gilt metal frame. 6.5 cm x 5.5 cm. In a leather case. Provenance. property of a Lady of title.

Lot No:  3 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A Miniature Portrait locket of a Child with Old Cut Diamond set Bezel. 19th century. Monogrammed J R. lower left. 50 mm long. Provenance. property of a Lady of title.

Lot No:  4 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

A Turtle Shell Veneered Cigarette Box. Circa 1900. Of rectangular form with Cedar wood lining. and ivory veneered borders. 4 cm x 16 cm x 10.5 cm. Provenance. property of a Lady of title.

Lot No:  5 (Jewellery)

Three Fine Antique Gold Stick Pins. One with an enamel dog under glass. The second set with Diamonds and a seed pearl. The third set with a Tigers Eye. Each 72 mm long. All cased. Provenance. property of a Lady of title.

Lot No:  6 (Watches)

A Helier Stainless Steel Stopwatch. The 50 mm white enamel dial with seconds sweep hand and split time sweep hand. 30 minute subsidiary dial and Arabic numerals. Two stop start buttons. With a leather strap. In a case. Provenance. Property of a Lady of title.

Lot No:  7 (Silver)

Eight Edwardian Sterling Silver Kings Pattern Fish Knives and Forks. James Deakin & Sons (John & William F Deakin). Sheffield 1902. Eleven Russian Silver dessert knives with fancy handles. Sm. Khlebnikov . St Petersburg. All loaded. Two butter knives both Birmingham. A tea sifter with turned stained wood handle. London 1915. A pair of antique continental  read more 

Lot No:  8 (Objects of Vertu)

An Edwardian 9 Carat Yellow Gold Cigarette Case. London 1903. 8 cm long, and various 9 carat yellow gold studs some with mother of peal inlay together with gold plated cuff-links and studs 72 grams all in. ( a lot). Provenance. Property of a Lady of title.

Lot No:  9 (Watches)

A Continental 18 Carat Yellow Gold Half Hunter pocket watch. With blue enamel Roman Numerals. The 30 mm white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic Numerals. Seconds subsidiary dial ( lacking hand). The gold coloured cuvette engraved. F M Moore. Dublin and Belfast. With a Swiss Bar movement with bi-metallic compensated balance. And a second Continental  read more 

Lot No:  10 (Watches)

A 9 Carat Yellow Gold Jager le Coutre Gentleman's Flip Tank Watch. Birmingham 1938. The 20 mm long black dial with gold Arabic numerals and seconds sweep hand. The case engraved with initials JAV. With a black leather strap with 9 carat yellow gold buckle. Provenance. Property of a Lady of title.

Lot No:  11 (Jewellery)

A Pair of 18 carat Yellow Gold Dress Studs set with Cultured Pearls. and a second steel pair. Both cased. A pen knife. Souvenir of Munster and a silver cocktail stick ( a lot). Provenance. Property of a Lady of title.

Lot No:  12 (Coins)

A Churchill Prime Minister Commemorative 22 ct Yellow Gold Coin. Fully hallmarked. London 1966. 55 grams. Designed by Gerald Benney and Stuart Devlin. Cased. Provenance. Property of a Lady of title.

Lot No:  13 (Jewellery)

A Gentleman's High Carat Yellow Metal, Diamond and Sapphire ring. With rub over setting. Size S. 13 grams. Provenance. Property of a Lady, West London.

Lot No:  14 (Jewellery)

A 9 Carat Yellow Gold Chain. 760 mm long. 29 grams. Provenance. Property of a Lady, West London.

Lot No:  15 (Jewellery)

A Palazzo Valle 18 Carat Yellow Gold Bracelet. With English hallmarks. 180 mm long. With a safety chain.36 grams. Provenance. Property of a Lady, West London.

Lot No:  16 (Jewellery)

A 9 Carat White Gold Chain. Bears foreign marks. 640 mm long. 34 grams. Provenance. Property of a Lady, West London.

Lot No:  17 (Jewellery)

A 9 Carat Yellow Gold Butterfly brooch. Set with Opals Rubies and Diamonds. Hall marked. 30 mm long. 5 grams. Provenance. Property of a Lady, West London.

Lot No:  18 (Jewellery)

A 9 Carat Yellow Gold Flower Brooch. Set with a seed Pearl. Hallmarked to pin. 35 mm wide. 5 grams. Provenance. Property of a Lady, West London.

Lot No:  19 (Jewellery)

An Italian 9 Carat Yellow Gold Necklace and Bracelet. With English Hallmarks. The necklace 390 mm long. The bracelet 200 mm long. 67 grams. Provenance. Property of a Lady, West London.

Lot No:  20 (Jewellery)

A 9 Carat Yellow Gold Mounted Cameo Brooch. 45 mm long. A second smaller Cameo pendant in high carat yellow metal and a pair of flower head post earrings. (4) Provenance. Property of a Lady, West London.

Lot No:  21 (Jewellery)

A Good High Carat Yellow Metal, black enamel Seed Pearl and Banded Agate Mourning Brooch. With two inscriptions on the reverse dated 1949 and 1854. Inset with a photograph of a Sergeant circa 1940. 50 mm long. Provenance: Found on a train in 1940. Handed in to lost property but never reclaimed. Returned to the present owners mother by British Rail.  read more 

Lot No:  22 (Jewellery)

A Collection of Silver, Enamel and Turquoise set jewellery together with a jewellery box. A lot. Provenance. Property of a Lady, West London.

Lot No:  23 (Jewellery)

A Pair Of 9 Carat Yellow Gold and Intaglio Gentleman's Cuff links. Hallmarked. Provenance. Property of a Lady, West London.

Lot No:  24 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Edouard Cortez. Oil on Canvas. Parisienne scene. Signed lower right. 59 cm x 69 cm. Re- lined. Provenance. Property of a Gentleman.

Lot No:  25 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Le Pho Oil on silk and canvas. Mother and child. Signed upper right. French Vietnamese. Born in Vietnam on August 2, 1907, Le Pho had a cosmopolitan background even as a young art student. He first studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts of Hanoi for five years from 1925 to 1930, and then at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris during the following two years.  read more 

Lot No:  26 (Bronze)

Cold Painted Vienna Bronze Sarcophagus Nude Girl Franz Bergmann Egyptian Revival Hieroglyphics. Mid brown patination. Signed and with seal mark. to back. 22.5 cm high. Provenance. Property of a Gentleman.

Lot No:  27 (Bronze)

A Fine 19th Century Bronze of Diana. 19th century. Signed Musee du Louvre. Mid brown patination. 86 cm high. This classic bronze sculpture depicts Diana, the Roman goddess of the hunt, attended by a male deer. Diana is shown with raised right arm drawing an arrow from the quiver. He other hand resting on the deer,the missing bow transforming the image  read more 

Lot No:  28 (Bronze)

A Fine Gilt Bronze of David, by Marius Jean Antonin Mercié (1845-1916) Barbedienne. 19th century. Shown sheathing his sword. Goliath's head under foot. Signed on the base. 71 cm high. The sculpture shows the impressive set of figures David and Goliath by the French sculptor Marius Jean Antonin Mercié (1845-1916); carried out in finest quality by the  read more 

Lot No:  29 (Works of Art)

A Pair of Carved Oak Pedestals. Late 19th century. Each carved with swags of budding flowers. 119.5 cm high. 30 cm square. (2). Provenance. Property of a Gentleman. North London.

Lot No:  30 (Asian)

A Pair of Cantonese vases. 19th century. Of slender baluster form. 44 cm high. One with old break. Each decorated with figures in a landscape. Twin openwork handles. On hardwood stands. AF. (2). Provenance. Property of a gentleman. North London.

Lot No:  31 (Bronze)

After Cousteau. A Pair of Bronze Marley Horses. Late 19th/ early 20th century. Of typical form. Dark brown Patination. 43 cm high. Provenance. Property of a Gentleman North London.

Lot No:  32 (Sculpture)

A 19th Century Spelter group. Entitled. L Orage. Of two lovers. Dark brown patination (rubbed). On stained wood socle. 67 cm high. Provenance. Property of a Gentleman North London.

Lot No:  33 (Bronze)

A Bronze figure of a Dog. Circa 1900. Dark brown patination. On Belgian slate base. 19 cm high. 25.5 cm wide. Provenance. Property of a Gentleman North London.

Lot No:  34 (Glass)

A set of Waterford Crystal Curraghmore pattern drinking glasses, including eight port glasses, 15cm high, and eight hock glasses, 19cm high.

Lot No:  35 (General)

A large Victorian rosewood and mother of pearl inlaid tea caddy, of sarcophagus form, the fitted interior decorated in the same manner, including a glass mixing bowl, the exterior inlaid with mother of pearl birds, deer, rabbits and foliage, with gadrooned borders and ring handles, 22 x 40 x 25cm.

Lot No:  36 (Oriental)

A Chinese celadon jade carved Ruyi on stand, the handle carved with scrolling foliate tendrils, 36 x 8.5 x 5 cm. The sceptre seated on an ornate carved hardwood stand moulded to fit. It measures 36.5 x 8.5 x 7 cm when on the stand. There looks to be a repair to the Ruyi. It was previously glued to the stand but is now loose. There is also some restoration  read more 

Lot No:  37 (Asian)

A Fine Chinese Jadeite Teapot. Possibly antique. Of pale celadon green colour. With silver coloured metal mounts. The body with low relief carving. The mounts with an illegible hallmark mark. 17 cm high. 21 cm overall width. Provenance. Provenance. Property of a Lady. Home Counties England. In her possession for over 40 years.

Lot No:  38 (Oriental)

A tinder box, probably Japanese steel, engraved with foliate designs to the case, 3 x 4 x 2cm.

Lot No:  39 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

School of Norah McGuinness (Irish, 1901–1980) oil on board depicting four figures with buildings to the distance, sight size 28 x 38cm, in a gilt frame.

Lot No:  40 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A 19th century Chinese export oil on canvas moonlit landscape, depicting boats on a body of water with buildings and trees to the distance (one patch to the verso), sight size 34 x 40.5cm, in an Aesthetic movement gilt frame.

Lot No:  41 (Clocks)

A Fine French Gilt Bronze Mantel Clock with Barometer. The 140 mm dial with enamel cartouches with Roman Numerals. The movement signed F Marti. No 1431. 9.10 striking on a bell. With bi metallic bar pendulum. The barometer with 100 mm white enamel dial. The finely cast architectural case also stamped 1431. With a pair of caryatid figures holding husk  read more 

Lot No:  42 (Asian)

A Japanese Meiji period lacquered tabletop cabinet, with gilded and painted panels to the sliding doors, cupboard door and drawers, 45 x 43 x 19cm.

Lot No:  43 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Two antique Mughal Indian gouache paintings in matching carved ebony frames, one depicting Saraswati by a tree, the other depicting a golden pheasant, sight size 18.5 x 10cm.

Lot No:  44 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Three antique Mughul Indian gouache paintings, one depicting Shiva & Pharvita seated, 18 x 13cm, another depicting a pair of lovers, 17 x 8.5cm, the last depicting Saraswathi with two peacocks, 19 x 14cm.

Lot No:  45 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Two Tibetan Thangkas, gouache painted on textile, sight size 45.5 x 31.5cm and 33.5 x 27cm, together with a similar hand painted piece, 17.5 x 12.5cm, all in gilt frames.

Lot No:  46 (Asian)

A Japanese Edo Period bronze lantern, with Tokugawa Shogunate mon to the pierced sides, with a dragon wrapped around the stem, 47 x 18 x 18cm.

Lot No:  47 (Asian)

A Good Pair of Large Famille Rose Chinese Vases. Possibly late 19th century. Each with typical decoration. 64 cm high. Good condition. Provenance. Property of a Gentleman North London. (2)

Lot No:  48 (Furniture)

A Carved Giltwood Jardiniere Stand. 19th century. With ornate decoration. 87 cm high. Provenance. Property of a Gentleman North London.

Lot No:  49 (Asian)

Two Chinese Famille Rose Jardinieres. Early 20th century. With typical decoration. 24 cm high. 31 cm diameter. And 20.5 cm high 27 cm diameter Provenance. Property of a Gentleman. North London.

Lot No:  50 (Mirrors)

A Large and Impressive Gilt Wall mirror. Early 20th century. Decorated with cherubs. 168 cm long. 102 cm wide. Property of a Lady North London. Left in the house when bought 60 years ago.

Lot No:  51 (Asian)

A Pair of Japanese Satsuma Vases. Circa 1900. Of baluster form with long necks. 33 cm high.

Lot No:  52 (Bronze)

A Bronzed Spelter Table Lamp. 20th century. After a figure by Bouret. Mid brown patination. In the form of a winged Angel holding aloft a flower head. On stylised rocky base with rouge antico socle. 55 cm high.

Lot No:  53 (Glass)

A Bohemian Glass Vase. 19th century. Richly decorated with scrolling gilt foliage amongst blue and clear glass panels. Old damage to stem. 34 cm high.

Lot No:  54 (Collectables, Sporting, Coins)

An Extremely Rare Three Piece London Underground Platform Sign. Circa 1930. (Pre London Airport which officially opened in 1946) From Earls Court on the Piccadilly Line. These signs were originally held in a bronze frame at the stations. Condition of museum quality. 300 cm total height. 199 cm wide. Provenance. Property of a Gentleman. Chiswick London.  read more 

Lot No:  55 (Asian)

A MIniatrue Painting Depicting Vajradhara and Prajnaparamita. 15th Century.Vajradhara ("holding a varja") 11 cm x10 cm. Is the Adi Buddha (primordial Buddha)- the supreme deity of the Tibetan Buddhist pantheon. He is the embodiment of Emptiness which, according to Buddhist philosophy, is the ultimate source of the origin of all other deities of the  read more 

Lot No:  56 (Asian)

A Miniature Painting on Sized Cotton Known in Tibet as Tsagli. Tsagli were usually used by Lamas in initiation or divination ceremonies. A Tibetan inscription on the reverse of the painting identifies the deity as the "White Varahi", a form of goddess Vajravarahi, (Diamond sow). Tibet, 19th century.

Lot No:  57 (Bronze)

A Bronze Plaque. Early 20th Century. Cast with two nude figures and signed M K. Dark brown patination. 16.4 cm x 8 cm.

Lot No:  58 (Furniture)

A Large Mahogany Display Cabinet in the Chinese Chippendale design. Early 20th century. With a pair of astragal glazed doors enclosing three shelves. 198.5 cm x 125 cm x 39 cm. Provenance. Property of a Lady North West London.

Lot No:  59 (Furniture)

A Good Chinese Style Lacquered Four Fold Screen. Decorated with images of Chinese blue and white porcelain under glass. 218 cm high. 165 cm wide.

Lot No:  60 (Furniture)

A Good Late Victorian / Edwardian Brass Fender. Circa 1900. Of openwork scroll design. 133 cm x 36 cm.

Lot No:  61 (Furniture)

A Fine Arts and Crafts Copper Club Fender. Circa 1880-1920. With upholstered seats.192 cm wide. 40 cm deep.

Lot No:  62 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Three 18th century hand tinted engravings depicting scenes at Windsor, the largest sight size 29 x 46cm, in gilt frames.

Lot No:  63 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A J Meyer Exhibited Circa 1935. Gouache. Hampton Court Palace. Signed lower right. 24.5 x 38 cm.

Lot No:  64 (Jewellery)

A Fine Platinum and Diamond Ring. The central round brilliant cut stone 2.7 carats. Colour F. SI 2. Surrounded by micro set pave diamonds of approximately 1 carat. With original bill of sale. Insurance valuation and certificate. by EDR.

Lot No:  65 (Watches)

A George II Silver Pair Cased Watch. William Holt. Wigan. The 35 mm white enamel dial (hairline crack) with Roman numerals and gold hands. The verge movement signed Will'm Holt, Wigan. No. 64 and with pierced cock. Good angular pillars. In a plain case. With key. Provenance. The following lots of watches are all from a private collection from Twickenham.  read more 

Lot No:  66 (Watches)

French Royal Exchange Openface Key Wound Pocket Watch. London 1791. The 45 mm silvered dial with gold Roman numerals and hands. The verge movement signed and numbered 1665. With ring turned columns and mono- metallic balance. Signed gilt metal dust cover. The case with gilt interior and floral bezel. With Key. private collection.

Lot No:  67 (Watches)

A William IV Silver Openface Key wound Pocket Watch. John Walker. Soho. London 1835. The 37 mm white enamel dial with Roman numerals and gold hands. Seconds subsidiary dial. The three quarter plate movement signed Walker Princes St. Soho London number 9471. The verge movement with mono-metallic balance.Ring turned columns. With key. Private collection.  read more 

Lot No:  68 (Watches)

A George III Silver Pair Cased Watch. Birmingham 1805. Signed James Hargreaves Bawtry. No. 290. The 43 mm white enamel dial (damaged and repaired) with Roman numerals. The verge movement with fine circular cock and ring turned columns. In a plain repaired case. With a key. Private collection.

Lot No:  69 (Watches)

A Fine Gilt Metal 18th century Openface Pocket Watch. Signed Dwerrihouse Berkeley Square. Number 4203. The 45 mm white enamel dial (cracked and repaired) with Arabic numerals. The pierced cock with old cut diamond centre stone. Verge movement with ring turned columns. The plain case with makers mark T C. No. 4203. Private collection.

Lot No:  70 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Manner of John Constable (1776-1837) oil on board landscape, depicting a cloaked figure in red beside a stream, 14 x 21.5cm, in a gilt frame.

Lot No:  71 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

George Wright Hall (Scottish, 1895–1974), watercolour, Edinburgh Castle, signed lower right, sight size 50 x 35.5cm, in an ebonised and parcel gilt frame.

Lot No:  72 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Manner of Peter De Wint (21 January 1784 – 30 January 1849) watercolour landscape, bathers in a river, sight size 23.5 x 36cm, in a gilt frame.

Lot No:  73 (Watches)

An Enamel A Gilt Metal Openface Key wound Pocket watch. Barthaud. A Paris. Circa 1760. The 31 mm white enamel dial damaged and repaired. The verge movement signed and with French cock. Angular columns. The case in poor condition. With a key. Private collection.

Lot No:  74 (Watches)

A George III Sterling Silver Key Wound Hunting Cased Pocket Watch. William Broad. London No. 213. Hallmarked London 1812. The 45 mm white enamel dial (no damage) with Arabic numerals. The verge movement signed and finely pierced cock and ring turned columns. The case quite plain. With a key. Private collection.

Lot No:  75 (Watches)

A Fine George V Sterling Silver Open face keyless Yacht Chronometer Stop Watch / Timer. The 56 mm white enamel signed "The Piaget". Regd. No. 4330. With Arabic numerals. The movement with bi-metallic compensated balance. Silver cuvette. Hallmarked London 1935. J W & Co. Decorated in coloured enamels with a pennant. And a second steel example. Weill  read more 

Lot No:  76 (Watches)

A George III Sterling Silver Half Hunting cased Key Wound Pocket Watch. Hall marked London 1806. The 40 mm white enamel dial damaged. With Arabic numerals and centre seconds subsidiary. The verge movement unsigned. The glass porthole cracked. Private collection

Lot No:  77 (Watches)

A George IV Sterling Silver Key Wound Pair Cased Watch. The verge movement signed Rob't Edgar, Whitehaven. No. 372. The pierced cock with diamond centre stone. Ring turned columns. The case hallmarked London 1823. With key. Private Collection.

Lot No:  78 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917) lithograph depicting a rider on horseback, with red Degas stamp lower left, sight size 26 x 35cm, in an ebonised frame.

Lot No:  79 (Furniture)

A George IV mahogany library drum table, with a tooled tan leather writing insert over four drawers and four faux drawers, the four drawers inlaid with ivory 'A to F' and so on, on a cylindrical stem terminating in carved egg and dart detail, raised on a tri-form support with gadrooned border, on carved lion paw supports, 75 x 107 x 107cm.

Lot No:  80 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A late Victorian watercolour landscape depicting a lady cycling a tricycle through a pastoral scene with a church to the distance, monogrammed lower left, sight size 23 x 33.5cm, together with a pen line study depicting a bicycle in a city scene, signed indistinctly, sight size 20.5 x 15.5cm.

Lot No:  81 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A set of nineteen circa 1960's Chinese anti Communist posters, one framed, depicting Chairman Mao being swept down the Yangtze River, sight size 74 x 50cm, the others unframed and joined together with a title page.

Lot No:  82 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Henri Manguin (French 1874-1949) watercolour and ink 'Vue De Castellane', signed lower right, sight size 13.5 x 22cm, bearing labels verso.

Lot No:  83 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

A Persian ink study on gold coloured paper, signed and dated 'Amer 1977' lower left, sight size 14 x 21.5cm, in a gilt frame.

Lot No:  84 (Oils, Watercolours, Prints)

Shelia Flynn (b1929) watercolour botanical study, depicting a butterfly and a bee attending flowers, signed lower right, sight size 29 x 39cm.

Lot No:  85 (Asian)

A Chinese Song Dynasty (960-1279) Jian Kiln tea bowl, with a later silver rim, the base with inscribed Gong Yu mark, 6 x 12 x 12cm, in a later 20th century Japanese box.

Lot No:  86 (Asian)

A Chinese Han dynasty (206 BC–220 AD) jade bi disc, 10cm in diameter, with a later presentation box.

Lot No:  87 (Asian)

A late Qing dynasty Chinese carved jade figure of a child, 6.5 x 3.5 x 3.5cm.

Lot No:  88 (Asian)

A pair of Chinese Republic period jade snuff bottles with coral and white metal stoppers, 7 x 5 x 2.5cm.

Lot No:  89 (Asian)

A late Qing dynasty Chinese jade belt hook, carved with dragons.12 x 2.5 x 3.5cm.

Lot No:  90 (Watches)

An Omega Silver Openface Keyless Chronometer. The 43 mm white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals. With seconds subsidiary dial and centre seconds sweep hand. The plain case with silver cuvette and stamped Omega 935. Swiss movement.

Lot No:  91 (Clocks)

A Victorian Brass Cathedral Skeleton Timepiece. The silvered chapter ring 130 mm diameter. With Roman numerals. Anchor escapement. Complete with pendulum and Key. On a Carrara marble base. Total height 37.5 cm. Provenance. Private collection Twickenham London.

Lot No:  92 (Clocks)

A Eureka Clock Company Oak Cased Timepiece. 1000 day Electric clock signed on the 150 mm dial. Roman numerals. The case with Gothic revival decoration. 35 cm high. Together with a Eureka Clock Co. Catalogue.

Lot No:  93 (Clocks)

L' Epée Brass Cased Repeating Carriage Clock. Circa 1979. With original invoice. In a Corinthian case. The 70 mm wide dial with Roman and Arabic numerals. Three subsidiary dials for day hour and month. With repeat button. The back plate stamped "Made in France". 175 mm high. Complete with key, Morocco leather travelling case and outer box. At the age  read more 

Lot No:  94 (Clocks)

A Ships Chronometer by Thomas Mercer St Albans England No. 18907. The silvered dial signed and with Roman numerals. In a mahogany case. In 1914, Sir Ernest Shackleton set off on the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. After his ship, the Endurance, was trapped and wrecked in pack ice, they somehow reached Elephant Island. To get assistance for his  read more 

Lot No:  95 (Clocks)

Benjamin Vulliamy (1747 – 31 December 1811), Rosewood Cased Mantel Timepiece. The 145 mm silvered dial signed Vulliamy London. with Roman numerals. Some wearing around winding aperture. The plain back plate also signed and numbered 968. With pendulum and key. In a fine architectural case. 40 cm high. Damage to one corner.

Lot No:  96 (Clocks)

Bulle Clock Company Electric Four Glass Mantel Clock. The 140 mm dial signed Bulle-Clock Brevet S.G.D.G. Dieutegard. 42 Avenue du Ternes Paris. In a Green Onyx case. 37 cm high. Small chips to most edges. Glass no damage.

Lot No:  97 (Rugs)

A fine central Persian Kashan carpet, with floral designs on an ivory coloured field, 345 x 245 cm.

Lot No:  98 (Bronze)

Peter Tereszczuk 1875-1963 ). A Gilt bronze lamp. Cast in the form of three girls. On oval base. Fitted for electricity. 27 cm high. Peter Tereszczuk was born in 1875 in the Ukrainian city Wybudow. Together with an Italian Eduardo Rubino they designed bronzes including the Wassermann advertising block. Signed Rubino for Eduardo Rubino, The blocks   read more 

Lot No:  99 (Bronze)

Three Antique Benares brass items. Each with ornate embossed decoration and coloured enamel decoration. One rectangular the other two circular. 54 cm wide to 34 cm diameter. Benares brass is the brassware from the city of Benares (also known as Varanasi, Varenisi or Kashi) in Uttar Pradesh, India. The city is located in an area naturally rich in copper  read more 

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