Antique & Collectables Sale on
Wednesday 15th May 2019

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1.      A Victorian cast iron garden plinth, of square form with wreath motif, 46cm square, 66cm high £60-80
2.      An inlaid stained beech gramophone cabinet, the frieze inlaid with swags, over twin cupboard doors, 107cm high £20-30
3.      A walnut bookcase top, the protruding cornice over a pair of diamond glazed doors, 96cm x 109cm £20-30
4.      A 1950s cream leatherette covered dining room suite, comprising rectangular table, 182cm long, six chairs, sideboard, 161cm wide, and a curved bar £40-60
5.      A 1950s teak and leatherette gentleman's clothes horse £10-15
6.      A pair of dress mannequins on square vinyl covered bases, and two camp beds (4) £50-70
7.      A mahogany open bookcase with six fixed shelves, 166cm wide, 88cm high, 26cm deep £30-40
8.      Three various garden urns £60-80
9.      A cast iron garden bench, with lion head arm terminals and scrolling legs 130cm wide £60-80
10.     A Queen Anne style walnut carver chair, a turned wood towel rail, a trestle stand and a whicker work side table (4) £10-15
11.     A Victorian mahogany chest of drawers, with two short and three long graduated drawers 105cm wide £30-40
12.     A Nathan teak side cabinet, with four short drawers over a pair of panelled doors, labelled, 102cm wide £20-30
13.     An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood crossbanded stacking bookcase, 'The Oxford' by Wm Baxter & Co, with two open shelves and a pair of leaded glass doors, 88cm x 115cm
*To be sold in aid of Age Concern £20-30
14.     An Alpine style painted pine cupboard, the moulded cornice over a pair of panelled cupboard doors on bracket feet, 132cm wide, 52cm deep, 153cm high £40-60
15.     A terracotta chimney pot, 90cm high £50-70
16.     A pair of garden ornaments designed by D. Jansons for McGarry Studios 36cm and two jardinieres (4) £30-50
17.     Two Classical style garden statues 82cm high and two others (4) £30-50
18.     Six various garden ornaments, including a frog, tortoise, pig and church (6) £20-30
19.     A suite of cast iron garden seats, including a two seat bench and two armchairs with scrolling sides (3) £80-120
20.     A late Victorian oak Art Nouveau design wardrobe, with single mirrored door and long drawer 99cm wide, 198cm high and a pine single door wardrobe (2) £20-30
21.     A pine three door panelled sideboard, with blue and white ceramic handles 188cm wide, 91cm high, 61cm deep £80-120
22.     A pine twin door panelled cupboard, with moulded cornice, 125cm wide, 136cm high, 52cm deep £60-80
23.     A set of four beech and teak children's chairs, with cartoon characters painted on the seats, and a low rectangular pine table (5) £20-30
24.     A pair of small mahogany serpentine wall shelves, each with three tiers on turned supports 48cm wide and an oak corner shelf £30-40
25.     An early 20th century beech and mahogany office tub chair with lancet arch back and swivel base £30-50
26.     A George III style mahogany stepped open bookcase with two short bowed drawers on outsplayed bracket feet, 65cm wide, 125cm high £40-60
27.     A 19th century mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, with two short and three long graduated drawers on outsplayed bracket feet, 106cm wide £60-80
28.     A reproduction crossbanded mahogany twin pedestal dining table, with an extra leaf and a set of six Regency style dining chairs £10-20
29.     A rustic timber wall mirror, rectangular with shelf, 117cm x 64cm £40-60
30.     A teak chest of seven graduated drawers, by Grange, on an ebonised and brass base, 60.5cm wide 127.5cm high, 40.5cm deep £20-30
31.     A set of eight oak dining chairs, including two carvers, the upholstered backs and seats on turned and block legs joined by stretchers, and an oak D-end dining table, 204cm long, 90cm wide £30-40
32.     A chevron banded and inlaid mahogany fire screen, with silk embroidered panel to the front and Chinese silk panel to the back, 75cm high, 53cm wide £20-30
33.     A French style wing armchair, with scroll arms, floral carved seat rail and moulded cabriole legs £60-80
34.     A Victorian oak hall table, the rectangular top over a frieze drawer on panelled square section legs with roundels and plinth feet, 114.5cm wide £80-120
35.     A set of four William IV mahogany dining chairs, the ropetwist top rails above tablet rails, drop in seats and reeded tapering legs (4) £50-70
36.     An Art Nouveau style oak magazine rack, 50cm wide £30-40
37.     Two early Victorian rosewood dining chairs, with shaped top rails, carved mid rails and turned legs (2) £20-30
38.     An early 19th century mahogany chest of drawers, with reeded edge over two short and three long graduated drawers on bracket feet 65.5cm 79cm high 42cm deep £40-60
39.     An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood crossbanded occasional table, with patera inlay top, sqaure supports and undertier 43cm wide £30-40
40.     A walnut oval top table, with cabriole legs and undertier 76cm wide. three other tables and a wall mirror. £20-30
41.     An Art Deco oak armchair with upholstered back and arms on bracket feet £60-80
42.     A pair of late Victorian ebonised tub chairs with turned tapering supports and pot castors £50-70
43.     A George III oak dining chair, with vase shape splat, solid seat and square legs, and a walnut shield back bedroom chair (2) £15-20
44.     A pair of Edwardian upholstered tub armchairs, the backs with foliate carved splats over stuffed seats and ring turned legs, one with loose castors (2) £30-50
45.     A Duresta three seat sofa in purple foliate motif upholstery on turned legs and castors 240cm long £300-500
46.     An Edwardian firescreen, the fret carved top over a circular silk panel embroidered with flowers, monogram and dated April 1910, on downswept legs, 77cm x 119cm high £60-80
47.     A cylindrical basket weave log basket, 62cm high, 51cm diameter £40-60
48.     An Edwardian walnut framed wall mirror, carved with rosettes and fluting, 69cm x 98cm £30-40
49.     A set of six Victorian walnut dining chairs, the angular backs carved with cabochon and foliate sprays above stuffover seats on fluted tapering legs (6) £70-100
50.     An Edwardian mahogany torchere stand, the circular top over a reeded and leaf carved stem on a moulded plinth base, 106cm high £30-40
51.     A crossbanded mahogany coffee table in George III style, on quadruped base with lion paw feet and castors, 110cm diameter £20-30
52.     An early 19th century mahogany and boxwood bowfront toilet mirror, the rectangular plate over three drawers on ebonised ball feet, 54cm wide £30-50
53.     A Victorian walnut salon chair, the scroll carved open back above a stuffover seat on moulded cabriole legs £20-30
54.     A Victorian button back upholstered armchair with moulded scroll arms and legs £30-50
55.     A mahogany stain jardiniere stand, the circular top over a leaf carved turned stem and acanthus carved tripod feet, 138cm high £30-40
56.     An early Victorian pole screen, the shield shape screen on a baluster turned stem and tripod base, 166cm high £30-40
57.     A nest of three burr walnut occasional tables and an oval top coffee table with quadruped base £10-20
58.     A Regency mahogany and ebony lined Pembroke table with frieze drawer on a turned support and four downswept legs with brass caps and castors £60-80
59.     A Chinese lacquer coffee table, with tree floral pattern cloisonne style panels, 117cm x 57cm x 47cm high £200-300
60.     A George III crossbanded mahogany kneehole desk, the top with indented corners over a long drawer and six short drawers flanking a kneehole cupboard and shallow drawer, on bracket feet, 78cm wide, 48.5cm deep, 73cm high £150-200
61.     An early Victorian mahogany chiffonier, the raised back with brass gallery shelf and turned supports over a long drawer and a pair of panelled doors on a plinth base, 105cm wide, 117cm high £100-150
62.     A mid Victorian walnut button back chaise longue, the scrolling back and arm carved with acanthus leaf above a shaped seat, cabriole legs and pot castors, 178cm long £120-180
63.     A mahogany tilt top breakfast table, the rectangular top with rounded ends and moulded edge on a turned stem and four reeded downswept legs on brass paw feet and castors, made from George III dining table parts 150cm x 106cm, 75cm high £100-150
64.     A George III mahogany chest, with four long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 84cm wide, 88cm high, 44cm deep £100-150
65.     A Jacobean style chest on stand, the moulded cornice over three short and three long graduated panelled drawers on a baluster turned stand with a long drawer and turned stretchers, 103cm wide, 141cm high, 56cm deep £300-500
66.     An early Victorian occasional table, the circular top inlaid with various timber specimens on a turned yew-wood stem and platform base on pad feet, 47.5cm diameter, 70cm high £100-150
67.     A set of four Edwardian inlaid mahogany dining chairs, the ribbon and husk top rails over rail backs, the seat rails and tapering legs inlaid with fluting, patera and husks, on spade feet, including a carver (4) £50-70
68.     An early 19th century mahogany bowfront chest of drawers, with two short and three long graduated drawers on outsplayed bracket feet, 105cm wide, 55cm deep, 108cm high £80-120
69.     An 18th century oak coffer, the hinged lid over a triple arch panelled front, on bracket feet, 130cm wide 45cm deep, 75cm high £100-150
70.     A 1920s mahogany envelope card table, by Waring & Gillow, the blind fret carved frieze and drawer over Chinese style brackets on moulded ribbon twist legs and brass castors, label to the drawer, 55.5cm square, 75cm high £60-80
71.     A Regency mahogany bookcase cabinet, the breakfront top with three glazed doors over a straight base with reading slide and three drawers over three cupboard doors with Egyptian caryatids on a plinth base, 175cm wide, 57cm deep, 219cm high £500-600
72.     A late Victorian oak tub armchair, the button back on reeded square tapering supports on brass castors £100-150
73.     An early 20th century French mahogany cased aneroid barometer 25.5cm £15-20
74.     A French 19th century gilt spelter clock, the enamelled drum dial surmounted by a fisherman, on a scroll base, fitted in a glass dome, dome 40cm high £60-80
75.     A Kazak runner with five panel pole medallion on red field filled with flowers 289cm x 82cm and another rug similar 200cm x 115cm (2) £80-120
76.     A contemporary 'Basin Street' design rug, in salmon pink with square pattern design 218cm x 168cm £40-60
77.     *A Keshan style rug, the red field with blue medallion and sand spandrels within a blue border 242cm x 160cm £60-80
78.     *A Zeigler style rug, the red field with allover palmette design and beige border 204cm x 136cm £40-50
79.     *A Keshan style rug, the beige field with all over scroll design within a red border, 244cm x 160cm £60-80
80.     A Chinese wool rug, depicting pagodas and boats in a landscape, on a blue green ground 271cm x 189cm £70-100
83.     An Oriental rug, the twelve lozenges on a sand field within a multiple geometric border, possibly Turkestan, 195cm x 131cm £60-80
84.     A Bokhara rug, the three columns of sixteen guls on a green field within a multiple border 196cm x 132cm £40-60
85.     A Bokhara rug, the three columns of nineteen guls on a red field within a multiple border 189cm x 129cm £40-60
86.     F.S.
A wood lined street, possibly near Oslo
Oil on board, initialled
32cm x 40cm £30-50
87.     A. Lambourg
Study of flowers
Lithograph, artists proof signed in pencil
45cm x 37cm £20-30
88.     George E. Salter
'Misty morning'
Oil on board
61cm x 38cm £30-40
89.     Angus Brent
Eling, Near Southampton
Watercolour, signed and dated 1964
38cm x 49cm £40-60
90.     *A large print depicting Koi fish, 93cm x 82cm £20-30
91.     *Athol Moult
Zambezi Swallow Drive, Zambezi River Delta, Mozambique 7 April 2004
Screenprint signed and inscribed in pencil, first edition 2/8 with blind stamp 48cm x 138cm £40-60
92.     *James Duffield Harding (1798 - 1863)
Mountain goats amongst boulders and pine trees
Watercolourer, initialled
29cm x 35.5cm £30-40
93.     Two reproduction prints of classical drawings and colour washes 39cm x 24cm (2) £10-15
94.     Five Victorian prints including Jack at Home and Run on the Bank (5) £20-30
95.     After Neil Cawthorne
The Limekilns and The July Course
Lithographs limited edition, signed in pencil
Another after Claire Burton
Royal Academy, Lester Piggot Up
Signed in pencil by the artist and jockey and a print of the Three Kings after S.L. Crawford (4) £30-50
96.     Six horse racing prints, signed by the artists including Elaine Stroud, David French and Claire Eva Burton and a photo of Ascot Grand Stand (7) £40-60
97.     After Claire Eva Burton
Aldaniti and Bob Champion at the Grand National
Signed limited edition print signed by jockey and artist, and another (2) £40-60
98.     A set of five chromolithographic posters for Osterreichister Automobil, Motorrad and Touring club, depicting road dangers in different seasons 117cm x 84cm (5) £200-300
99.     After Rudolph Dirr
'Intersection' with tram
Poster print,
65cm x 93cm £50-70
100.    After A. Hoffmann
'Fruit and Vegetable Market'
Poster print published by Erwin Metten
65cm x 94cm £40-60
101.    After A. Hoffmann
'We Are Hiking'
Poster print mounted on board
64cm x 93cm £40-60
102.    After A. Hoffmann
'At the Bathing Beach'
Poster print mounted on board
Published by Waldheim-Eberle
63cm x 93.5cm £50-70
103.    After Rudolf Dirr
'The Family' - a 1950s interior
Poster print mounted on board, published by Erwin Metten
63cm x 93cm £60-80
104.    After F. Hoffmann
Roman architecture
Chromolithograph, publish by Hoffmanndruck
66.5cm x 96cm £80-120
105.    After F. Hoffmann
Early Christian, Byzantine and Moorish architecture
Published by Hoffmanndruck
68.5cm x 96cm £80-120
106.    After F. Hoffmann
Gothic architecture
published by Hoffmanndruck, Wien
67cm x 97cm £80-120
107.    After F. Hoffmann
Renaissance architecture
Published by Hoffmanndruck
68cm x 98cm £80-120
108.    After Albert Kull
Arabic scene with camels and studies
Chronolithograph published by Schroder & Kull
80cm x 104cm £60-80
109.    Early 20th century German
'Chalk Formation' dinosaurs and fossils
Chromolithograph published by K.G, Lutz
73cm x 114cm (cut down) £40-60
110.    Early 20th century German
'Tertiary Formation'
Natural history and geology formation
Chromolithograph published by K.G. Lutz
88cm x 114cm
111.    After Nils Tiren (1930)
Coot and great crested grebe
Chromolithograph published by Georg Westermann
69cm x 95.5cm £40-60
112.    After E. Schroder and others
Protected Wildlife Species - forty-five vignettes of wildlife
Poster mounted on linen published by Brühlscher Verlag
102cm x 112.5cm £50-70
113.    After Arnold Dodel-Port
'Erythrotis Beddomei Hooker f'
Chromolithograph mounted on board
Published by J.F. Schreiber
89cm x 65cm £50-70
114.    After Herausgegeben Von Fr. Engleder & Prof.J. Eichler
Botanical studies (Engleders Wallboards)
Chromolithographs mounted on board, a matched set of nine
81.5cm x 58.5cm (9) £200-300
115.    A. Pilchers Witwe & Sohn, Wien
Study of cells
Chromolithograph mounted on board
61cm x 90.5cm £60-80
116.    After Gem V. Ant Hartinger
Botanical studies
Chromolithograph published by Carl Gerolds Sohn Wien, mounted on board
64cm x 84cm £40-60
117.    After K. Alex Wilke
Der Feigenbaum - Farming figs
Chromolithograph published by The Austrian State in Vienna
Mounted on board, 64cm x 95cm £50-70
118.    After E.W. Ricek
'Partially Protected Plants in Upper Austria'
Poster published by J. Wimmer, Linz
85cm x 60cm £40-60
119.    After F. Hold
Potter at the wheel
Chromolithograph mounted on card, published by A. Pichlers Witwe & Sohn Wien
68cm x 93cm £50-70
120.    After Hans Schwarzenbach (1969)
Meadow field
Poster mounted on linen published by Ernst Ingold & Co
65cm x 89cm £40-60
121.    After Ernst Kutzer
The Giant and the Tailor - V. Fadrus Fairytale
Chromolithograph mounted on card, published in Vienna & Leipzig
67cm x 93cm £40-60
122.    Early 20th century German
Study of dragonfly, locusts, grasshopper, etc
Chromolithograph, Gyldendalske Boghandel, mounted on linen
71.5cm x 99cm £60-80
123.    After R. Oeffinger
Hazardous Doppelganger - Mushrooms
Chromolithograph mounted on linen
Published by Schulmann, Stuttgart
63cm x 91cm £60-80
124.    After F. Zerritsch
'Jura I: Lias-Meer' - Pre-historic marine life
Poster published by Hofmanndruck, Wien
68cm x 97cm mounted on card £30-40
125.    After F. Zerritsch
Jungpalaozoikum I: Devon-Sufzwasserlandschaft
(Late Paleozoic - Freshwater)
Poster published by Hofmanndruck, Wien
68.5cm x 98cm mounted on card £30-40
126.    After F. Zerritsch
Jungpalaozoikum II: Steinkohlen - Wald
(Late Paleozoic - Forest)
Poster published by Hofmanndruck, Wien
66.5cm x 96cm £30-40
127.    After F. Zerritsch
Quartar: Eiszeit - Landschaft
(Quarternary - Ice-age landscape)
Poster published by Hofmanndruck, Wien
68.5cm x 98cm £40-60
128.    After F. Zerritsch
Altpalaozoikum: Silver -Meer
(Lower Paleozoic - Silurian sea)
Poster published by Hofmanndruck, Wien
68cm x 98cm £30-40
129.    Mid 20th century
Chemical compositions
Chromolithograph mounted on card
61cm x 96.5cm £60-80
130.    Mid 20th century German
Chemical equation
Chromolithograph mounted on card
93cm x 66cm £40-60
131.    Mid 20th century
Four Electron patterns
Chomolithograph mounted on card
92cm x 65.5cm £60-80
134.    Mid 20th century German
Chromolithograph mounted on card
95cm x 65.5cm £60-80
135.    Dr Ahles Botanical Whiteboards
Monocotyles Gefafsbundel and Dicotyles Gefafsbundel - cell structures
Chromolithograph mounted on linen
56cm x 71cm £40-60
136.    Early 20th century German
Study of cells
Chromolithograph mounted onto linen
91cm x 62cm £60-80
137.    Jung-Koch-Quentell
Tobacco plant study - Nicotiana tabacum on a black background
Chromolithograph published by Lehrmittelverlag Hagemann
114cm x 83cm £80-120
138.    Jung Koch Quentellsche Neue Wandtafeln
Study of an orchid on a black background
Published by Frommann & Morian
Chromolithograph mounted on linen
74cm x 100cm £80-120
139.    Jung Koch Quentell
Cell organisms
Chromolithograph published by Lehrmittelverlag Hagemann
115cm x 81cm £80-120
140.    Jung Koch Quentell'sche Neue Wandtafeln
Tobacco plant study, on black background
Chromolithograph published by Verlag Frommann & Morian £80-120
141.    Jung, Koch Quentell'sche Neue Wandtafeln
Study of snowdrops on black background
Chromolithograph mounted on linen, published by Frommann & Morian
99cm x 77cm £80-120
142.    S. William
Walking on a moonlit lane, and Gathering wood
A pair of oils on board, signed
31cm x 21cm
And an etching of The Lamb Inn, Eastbourne signed by Anthony Hill £30-40
143.    Attributed to Frank Moss Bennett (1874-1953)
'A Mill on the Road to Azay le Rideau'
Watercolour, Bears signature and dated 1907
17cm x 24.5cm £40-60
144.    Attributed to William Tatton Winter (1855-1928)
Figure by Windmill
Oil on board, labelled verso
25cm x 33cm £60-80
145.    Early 19th century English School
Seated figure in front of a farmhouse
Oil on canvas
29cm x 40cm £40-60
147.    After Hans A. Muth
Twelve prints of classic racing cars including Duesenberg 3 litre 1921, Mercedes-Benz W165 1.5 litre 1939 (duplicates), Maserati Type 3000 1933 and others, all unframed £60-80
148.    After Hans A. Muth
Thirteen prints of classic racing cars, including Bentley 4.5 litre 1929 (framed), Delage 1.5 litre 1927, Sunbeam 2 litre 1924, Alfa Romeo P3 1932, and others (some duplicates) all unframed (13) £60-80
149.    Mark C. Hughes
Studies of male and female nudes, a pair
Charcoal and pastel, initialled and dated '98 and '99
75cm x 52cm
Together with
Mark C. Hughes
Study of a male nude
Charcoal and pastel
42.5cm x 69.5cm (loose in mount) (3) £40-60
150.    J. Stevens Dews
Yacht racing along a coastline
Signed in pencil
Chelsea Green Editions print
Numbered 286/395 with blind stamp
45.5cm x 68cm £50-70
151.    A folio of various watercolours, sketches and prints, over 30 works £40-60
153.    Late 20th century
Art Deco style portrait of a seated lady
Oil on canvas, indistinctly signed
91cm x 61cm unframed £50-70
154.    Jazz Bar in St Marks Square, Venice
Reproduction print 41.5cm x 48.5cm and another classical style print (2) £15-20
155.    W Bayed
Sailing vessels along a coastline
Watercolour, signed and dated 1911
13cm x 26cm
An oil painting of flowers in a jug signed D.M. Gracey 49cm x 29cm and a Lake District watercolour, signed J. Douglas 25cm x 36cm (3) £40-60
156.    A watercolour of an Indonesian dancer, signed IKt. Rudin, Renon Denpasar, Bali with gilt highlights 34.5cm x 26.5cm £20-30
157.    Mid 19th century English school
Adbaston Old Hall 1800 and Adbaston New Hall 1853
A pair of watercolours 29cm x 41cm (2) £50-70
158.    Edward Ander
Highland lake view and a Moorland scene with sheep
a pair of watercolours, signed
30cm x 44cm (2) £60-80
159.    After Henry G. Walker (1876-1932)
Two views of London and two village scenes
Etchings signed in pencil
17cm x 28.5cm £30-50
160.    L. Abbott
Frequencies - a set of three abstract works
Mixed media on paper, signed and labelled verso, 50cm square (3) £60-80
161.    A collection of charcoal life studies, some signed (approx 300) £100-150
162.    Derek G.M. Gardner
'Orion' - A 74 gun ship of the line
535/750 print, signed in pencil in margin, Fine Art Trade stamp, 38.5cm x 51.5cm £25-35
163.    Brian Haresnape ARSA
'Rose Hill Arch' Dorking, Surrey
Watercolour study, 30cm x 38cm
Together with
Unsigned watercolour depicting a countryside path with a woman and an old oak tree, 25.5cm x 35.5cm (2) £20-30
164.    Lena Tille..
A woodland blackwater with spring flowers
oil on board
1966 exhibition label on reverse
29cm x 42cm £15-20
165.    Barbara A. Wood (American)
Gathering flowers in a wood
limited edition no.527/975, signed in pencil in margin
35 x 30cm £25-35
166.    Gillian Mc Donald
'Western Light'
Limited edition print no. 315/850.
27.5cm x 58cm £25-35
167.    Warren Lear
Still life of fruits in a basket
Oil on panel
16.5cm x 11.5cm £75-85
168.    A. Tingley
Norwich Cathedral as seen from Riverside Walk across the Norwich School cricket ground
oil on board
42cm x 54.5cm £40-50
169.    *After Henry Salt (1780 - 1827)
'Sandy Bay Valley in the Island of St Helena' and 'A View near the Roode Sand Pass at the Cape of Good Hope'
Published by William Miller 1809
Hand coloured aquatints
43cm x 59cm (2) £200-300
170.    William Heath Robinson (1872 - 1944)
'Scientific Machinery Used to Decide the Winning Numbers in the Lucky Dip Competition (Putting on the Break)'
Ink drawing and white, signed
37cm x 27cm
*With the lucky draw winning certificate from the Linen Guild of King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor, dated April 17th 1941 £800-1200
172.    Gudrun Sibbons
Moored boats at low tide
Oil on canvas, signed
40cm x 50cm £120-180
173.    Richard Wane (1852-1904)
Coastal view
Oil on canvas, labelled on reverse
45cm x 90cm £300-500
174.    After B. Minne
Monaco 1er et 2 Juin 1952 - racing cars
chromolithographic poster
100cm x 67.5cm £180-250
175.    Armand G.G. Jamar (Belgian 1870-1946)
Oil on canvas, later mounted in a clip frame
Signed and dated 1938,
29cm x 37cm £60-80
176.    Armand G.G. Jamar (Belgian 1870-1946)
Lady at a spinning wheel
Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1934,
55cm x 75cm unframed £120-180
177.    Armand G.G. Jamar (Belgian 1870-1946)
Interieur d'un Moulin a Vent, Bruges
oil on canvas, signed and dated 1936,
75cm x 55.5cm £100-150
178.    Armand G.G. Jamar (Belgian 1870-1946)
Le Moulin
Oil on canvas, signed and indistinctly dated
74cm x 54cm £150-200
179.    Sir Stanley Spencer (1891 - 1959)
Last Judgement - Left Elders
Pencil sketch on lined paper
12.5cm x 11cm
Abbott & Holder label verso £150-200
180.    Sir Stanley Spencer (1891 - 1959)
Cookham Boats
Pencil sketch on lined paper
19cm x 14cm
Stanley Spencer Studio Sale stamp verso £200-300
181.    Sir Stanley Spencer (1891 - 1959)
Figure of an angel
Pencil sketch on lined paper
16cm x 11cm
Stanley Spencer Studio Sale stamp £180-250
182.    Sir Stanley Spencer (1891 - 1959)
Study of workers / glass blowers
Pencil sketch on lined paper
12cm x 19.5cm
Stanley Spencer Studio Sale stamp verso £200-300
183.    A Picquot ware five piece pewter tea service, including tray £40-60
184.    A large slipware baluster vase depicting a blue Chinese dragon, an ebonised torchere stand and various canes and parasols £20-30
185.    A pair of brass baluster table lamps, a French gilt metal table lamp, a standard lamp and another table lamp £30-40
186.    Five soapstone bowls, the largest 21cm diameter £20-30
187.    An Italian mandolin, label for Francesco Perretti & Figli, length of back 31cm, a silver plated horn and a copper horn (3) £40-60
188.    A German pine spice cabinet, with porcelain plaques, 29cm high, 22.5cm wide, and a metronome £20-30
189.    An oak and brass three bottle tantalus with hinged top, formely plated, no makers mark £40-60
190.    An oak stationery box, with sloping lid 27cm wide, a Tunbridgeware writing box (as found) and another box (3) £30-50
191.    An Oriental red lacquered jewellery box, with hinged lid over two drawers and bracket feet 27cm high £15-20
192.    A pair of brass candlesticks, 26cm high and a brass oil lamp £30-40
193.    A moulded pewter panel depicting a floral spray 64.5cm x 45cm £20-30
194.    Six Egyptian Papyrus pictures, Chinese silk place mats, machine embroidery and other fabrics £20-30
195.    A Jerry's novelty cocktail shaker, in the form of a penguin 28cm high £20-30
196.    A copper milk churn, stamped Wellington School, 53cm high £60-80
197.    A taxidermy case of a pheasant and other British birds, case 53cm x 81cm, early 20th century £50-70
198.    Three coal helmets, various fire irons, a copper kettle and a warming pan £40-60
199.    A Victorian papier mache tray, by Jennens and Bettridge, shaped oval form gilded with foliate scroll border 78cm x 63.5cm £150-200
200.    A bronze figure of a nude, signed Nick, with French foundry mark, 36cm high £150-200
201.    A pair of bronze bookends, depicting Rodin's 'The Thinker' within an arch, 13cm high £50-70
202.    An attractive small head and shoulder bust on marble base of a young lady, 28cm high £15-20
203.    Two abstract resin sculptures of couples dancing the Waltz and Last Tango from The Art of Movement sculpture N. Welch £30-40
204.    A Kevuko Steroscopic viewer and a collection of stereograph cards (Perfect and 'Artisque Colour'), a Polaroid camera, box camera and flashgun £50-70
205.    Three painted ostrich eggs, depicting elephant, cheetah and rustic African art (3) £10-15
206.    A Dutch bronze medallion and a eight day dashboard clock (possibly military) £40-50
207.    A taxidermy woodpecker, mounted on timber in a glazed case, case 41cm high £30-40
208.    Books: The Sword of Wood, by G.K. Chesterton, Woburn Books limited edition no.263 of 500, signed by the author, with dust cover; When We Were Very Young by A.A. Milne, Methuen & Co 1924; The Queen of Seven Swords by G.K. Chesterton, Sheed & Ward 1926; the works of Francis Mauriac and others. Also a handwritten letter signed by G.K. Chesterton on headed notepaper for 48 Overstrand Mansions, Battersea Park, apologising for being late to a rehearsal (17) £150-200
209.    Books: The Record of an Aeronaut, by Gertrude Bacon, John Long 1907, Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1938 and 1941, bound editions of Touring Club de Belqique 1914-1919 and an Air Ministry Airworthiness Handbook £80-120
210.    Books: The History of Aeronautics in Great Britain by J. E. Hodgson, Oxford University Press 1924 £200-300
211.    Hornby Railway HO gauge: three SR and two BR coaches, three with original boxes and twenty-nine diecasts including Corgi, Ferrari, Berlinetta and Chevrolet Kennel Club (34) £20-25
212.    Books: Letter from Marchioness de Sevigne to her daughter The Countess de Grignan, vol two (1759) and vol five (1763) printed for J. Coote, London, full leather bound £15-20
213.    After Fougasse
A set of eight 'Careless Talk Costs Lives' posters, 31.5cm x 20.5cm, with accompanying letter addressed from The Ministry of Information, and a book of cartoons The Changing Face of Britain by Fougasse, 1940 £300-500
214.    A brass miner's lamp £15-20
215.    A signed handwritten letter from Robert Donat to Miss Bessie Luce in Liverpool, dated 29 July 1929 from Dingley, Alderley Edge, Manchester, referencing producing Redwood Anderson's 'Babel' at Cambridge and future readings.
*Robert Donat was born near Manchester in 1905, and made his first stage appearance in 1921. In 1928 he performed for a year at the Liverpool Playhouse and then went to the Festival Theatre in Cambridge the following year, the date of this letter. Donat was not to make his first film appearance until 1932. £100-150
216.    Ferrari 1/18 scale diecast models: two Pauls Model Art and six Mattel Hot Wheels Racing series in window boxes (8) £25-30
217.    A soapstone chess set, cased with inset stone board £30-40
218.    Two 1920s panels depicting the Lake District and Mablethorpe, possibly from railway posters 75cm x 57cm £30-40
219.    Cigarette Cards: Curious Beaks (Players), Birds of the Countryside (Carreras); Cope's Golfers (reprints) C.W.S. Parrot series (reprints), Taddy Clowns (reprints) all framed £15-20
220.    A folding director's chair, with canvas seat and back, the back inscribed Betty E. Box, frame stamped P.W. Studios
*Betty Evelyn Box was a British film producer at Pinewood Studios, responsible for the Doctor in the House series of films with Dirk Bogarde and Donald Sinden, amongst others. She was married to Peter Rogers, producer of the Carry On series of films £40-60
221.    A modern Samurai sword in blue scabbard and binding, cased with accessories £30-50
222.    An early 20th century house telephone by British LM Ericsson, and a pair of brass door knobs, removed from Barkham Manor in 1989 £30-50
223.    A large Pelham ventriloquist's clown marionette puppet, a Pelham Fairy puppet and three other marionettes £40-60
224.    An Edwardian ball game 'The Silver bullet',chessboard pieces, draughts pieces, solitaire board, and two boxes of drawing instruments £20-30
225.    A black Silver Cross pram, 93cm long, and a Pedigree pram, similar (2) £20-30
226.    A child's tin pedal car, a wooden and card toy train with LMS label by Lines Bros, and a rocking horse (3) £20-30
227.    Two leather suitcases, with sloping fronts, made by S. Reid Ltd. Fleet Street, London, designed to fit the boot of a Bentley S1 car 88cm x 64cm x 18cm and 88cm x 54cm x 18cm (2) £300-400
228.    A reverse painted glass chemist jar with coat of arms, 53 cm high £60-80
229.    A Miller Bros Texan cowboy hat, in original box, size 7 1/4 and a leather tie £20-30
230.    Wrenn W2266/A Golden Arrow B.R. City of Wells 34092 in original box £80-120
231.    Wrenn W2225 L.M.S. 2-8-0 Freight locomotive 8042 in original box £30-40
232.    Wrenn W2229 blue 4-6-2 BR City of Glasgow 46242 in original box £40-60
233.    Hornby Dublo: four green Southern Region coaches in boxes, one incorrect (4) £40-50
234.    Hornby Dublo: five maroon and cream BR coaches and one maroon in boxes, five incorrect (6) £30-50
235.    Hornby Dublo: two maroon BR coaches and two sleeping cars, three in boxes, two incorrect (4) £25-35
236.    Hornby Dublo: six maroon LMS coaches, with fives boxes, three incorrect (6) 1958 catalogue and various leaflets £30-50
237.    OO and HO freight stock: four Mainline wagons including Allsops Beer and Persil in original window boxes Grafar Wagon in packet, fourteen loose wagons including Hornby Dublo Mobil and ESSO; Wrenn 1973 catalogue and leaflets (19) £20-25
238.    Triang and Hornby: nine wagons including Pedigree Prams container, Wheel-load Flat Wagon and Johnnie Walker Grain, eight in original boxes and one with incorrect box, Dublo Cable Drum Wagon with an incorrect Triang R.18 box (10) £20-25
239.    Hornby Dublo Tank Wagons: Two Power, Mobil Oil, ESSO and Shell in boxes (5) £30-50
240.    Hornby Dublo Freight Stock: Fourteen wagons including Pressflo, Saxa Salt, two Fish Vans and two High Capacity, eleven in boxes, three with incorrect boxes (14) £30-50
241.    Hornby-Dublo: Silver King (lacks tender) two BR coaches, mail coach, three wagons, railer, track and a set box £15-25
242.    Diecast Cars: thirty-six including Dinky 23J. H.W.M. Racing Car, Norev, Lesney, Vitesse, Crescent, Solido, Kyosho, Varem, Brumm, Gama and Polistil (36) £30-50
243.    Veteran and Vintage Magazine, (The International Monthly magazine for Car and Motor Cycle Enthusiasts) from Feb 1963 to Oct 1976 (a few issues missing) £30-50
244.    Two Italian leather briefcases, by Gianna Conti and 'dbramente 1928' (2) £50-70
245.    A collection of eight various boxes with carved and inlaid decoration (8) £30-40
246.    A good marble inlaid chess or draughts board of various colours 41cm x 41cm and a cased chess set £10-20
247.    Two vintage cased nail manicure sets (one leather), a jewellery musical box by Wilderness Woods in cherry, three other jewellery boxes and jewellery travel roll case £15-20
248.    A cased magnifying glass together with a matching letter opener each with turned various wood handles £20-30
249.    A vintage pair of well modeled garden gnomes £20-30
250.    A box of lace collar edging, place mats and other trimmings, 19th century and later, various origins £60-80
251.    HO Gauge railways: Airfix BR 0-6-2 Tank Locomotive, Lima Inter City Bo-Bo Diesel Hornby Railways Inter City R.069 Power/Dummy cars, various coaching and freight stock, majority with boxes (26) £40-50
252.    Two 1920s oak cased valve radios, a Celestion table top speaker, a British Thomson-Houston horn speaker, a VHF radio receiver and other accessories £70-100
253.    Dinky Toys: Twenty cars including red and yellow 2-tone 161 Austin Somerset, Studebaker Land Cruiser, Porsche 356A, Packard Clipper, lemon yellow Triumph TR2, and competition cars (20) £40-60
254.    Dinky and other makers: four Dublo Dinky, Swift, Viking Airliner, Bristol 173, Shooting Star, pre-war grey taxi, Pullmore and other commercials, Corgi, Matchbox, Mettoy B.E.A. airliner and a Snappy camera (31) £40-60
255.    A Poole Pottery coffee service (15 pieces) and two Carltonware dishes £15-20
256.    Books on die-cast toys including The Great Book of Corgi by Marcel R. Van Cleemput, Collecting Matchbox Diecast Toys - The First Forty Years, Models of Yesteryear catalogues, Ramsey's price guides and others, also the History of the Second World War in binders £40-60
257.    A Zeiss Ikonta 521/16 folding camera, copper negative plates of early aircraft and various film negatives of aircraft from the late 1940s and 1950s £40-60
258.    A Zeiss Ikonta folding camera 1:3.5 105mm lens, a Zeiss Nettar folding camera, an Ensign - Selfix 20 folding camera and a compact camera £15-20
259.    Various horse brasses, clocks, other brass ware and Alpine wares including two steins (2 trays) £30-50
260.    A Carltonware Tree pattern dish, an Adams plate, three Meakin Bourbon Lily plates, a fish vase and a pair of figures £20-30
261.    A leather covered Chesterman 100ft steel tape measure, a shoe last, a brass bound spirit level, and other tools £30-40
262.    Six carved bamboo pots, a brass gong, an Eastern bell and other carvings £20-30
263.    Five leather straps of horse brasses and two others, 29 in total £20-30
264.    Wooden weaving accessories: Loom thread spool cylinder bobbins including A.P.T. plasti-vield and Columbia Silk Throwing Co.; (10) and a large wicker basket (11) £15-20
265.    Keys: fifty keys for small cabinets and boxes (50) £25-30
266.    Keys: fifty early tooth-type keys for latches, drawers and cabinets (50) £40-50
267.    An African softwood figure on horseback, two carved horn storks and other African carvings (7) £30-40
268.    Three rolls of 1950s Katzenbach and Warren Favourite Songs pattern wallpaper, three rolls of wood effect wallpaper, two rolls of 1970s Sanderson Fern pattern wallpaper and two others £30-50
269.    Two light blue Codd's patent bottles for Roberts of Castleford, 24cm high, another for H.W. Stevens of Colchester, Ipswitch and Clacton on Sea, a Rylands bottle for C. Merchant of Reading and ten other bottles £60-80
270.    Seven Victorian fairings, including Oyster Girl, Who Said Rats? Five O'Clock Tea and others, also a figure group of chess players, a pair of figures and a reclining figure £30-50
271.    A bronze finish model of an owl and chick, a figure of a playful Labrador on its back and a smiling buddha figure (3) £20-30
272.    A collection of Modern Wonder Magazines various dates from 1937 to 1940 £20-30
273.    A collection of glass eye baths and douches, approximately 90 £30-40
274.    A collection of miniature character jugs various makers including Widecombe pottery, Artone, Copper Clayton and others, approx 90 pieces £40-60
275.    Six Beatrix Potter miniature teapots, a Coalport figure, two Royal Doulton figures and other ceramics £30-40
276.    Two Old Ellgreave Pottery lightening pattern lidded pots, signed by Lorna Bailey, a Dresden tyg with floral sprays, an Aynsley two handled mug depicting Glorious Goodwood painted by J. Shaw, two Royal Worcester Millennium limited edition two handled mugs for Sinclairs, Royal Crown Derby plate and other two handled mugs £60-80
277.    An Emmanuel Thomas, Limoges Tea service, decorated with geese, a Sadler stoneware set of coffee cups and saucers, Wedgwood Raspberry Cane teawares, National Trust teawares and other ceramics £20-30
278.    A Victorian burr walnut and brass bound stationery box, with domed lid, 16.5cm wide, a solitaire board and marbles, various Royal Henley Regatta badges, postal scales, bone dominoes set, a Triumph road map and a sand timer £60-80
279.    A set of three blue glass bowls and vases, with white and gilt floral decoration, and six other globular vases £30-50
280.    A set of six blue tint trumpet shape glasses and a water jug, with ground pontil mark (7) £20-30
281.    A Murano large pink bubble glass feathered centrepiece bowl 60cm £25-30
282.    A Murano pink bubble glass tri-lobed bowl 26cm £20-25
283.    Three coloured glass vases, 24cm, 23.5cm and 15cm high (3) £15-25
284.    Various Victorian glass scent bottles, a pair of lustre candlesticks, glass vases and other glassware £30-40
285.    Vintage large art crystal glass centrepiece bowl by Cristalleries de Vannes, France with etched mark to base £25-30
286.    Six old cranberry wine glasses £15-20
287.    A Kosta Boda clear crystal glass scent bottle together with a blue and clear faceted cut glass scent bottle £20-30
288.    A pair of purple and white ribbon trail vases 32cm high, an amber glass goblet, and two other glass vases (5) £20-30
289.    A Poole Pottery Aegean charger depicting a peacock 41cm diameter £30-50
290.    A stoneware charger 38cm diameter and another plate similar £10-15
291.    A set of six Myott square tea plates and bread plate, with hand painted tulip design, Beswick and Crown Devon cabbage leaf tablewares and four green glass wares and a feather fan £30-50
292.    Wedgwood Collectors plates from John L. Chapman's Life on the Farm series and Colin Newman's Country Panorama Collection, also Royal Doulton Susan Neale's Old Country Crafts (26) most with certificates and boxes (25) £30-40
293.    Royal Doulton Collectors plates from the Birds of the Hedgerow series and Rollingson's Portraits of Nature series, also Kaiser Stable Door collection and four Seltmann, Weiden Annual Plates, most with certificates and boxes (22) £20-30
294.    Spode Collectors plates from the Noble Horse Collection by Susie Whitcombe, also Davenport Pottery Britain's Wild Ponies collection, Royal Grafton Quiet Corners of Old England series, Dominion China Wings Upon the Wind collection and others, most with certificates and boxes (30) £30-40
295.    Coalport Collectors plates from the Wise Owl Series, also Knowles China The Stately Owls Collection and Wedgwood The Baby Owls by Dick Twinney collection some with certificates and boxes (29) £30-40
296.    Coalport Collectors Plates from the Reach for the Sky series and Davenport Pottery plates from the Great Steam Trains Collection, all with boxes and most with certificates (17) £30-50
297.    Two cut glass table lamps £15-20
298.    A Booths 'Lowestoft Border' pattern part tea service including a small bowl and a large bowl (39 pieces) £30-50
299.    Two Victorian hand painted soup bowls, with floral sprays in a green diaper border 26cm diameter, a pair of Victorian side plates in Imari colours, various blue and white wares and other table wares £60-80
300.    Thirteen Royal Albert Provincial Flowers pattern tea cups and saucers (some seconds) £20-30
301.    A Crown Staffordshire Ellesmere pattern part tea service, retailed by Thomas Goode, including two bread plates and side plates (40 pieces) £60-80
302.    A Victorian Majolica naturalistic basket 22cm high and a square tapering Majolica vase 32cm high (2) £40-60
303.    A Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern part dinner service, including sauceboat, salt and pepper and a chamber stick (38 pieces) £30-40
304.    A Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern part tea service, including teapot and cheese knife, (50 pieces) £40-60
305.    A Royal Doulton 'Expressions' Carmel design tea service, 32 pieces, and four 1930s rectangular dishes £15-20
306.    A Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern coffee service including two coffee pots and serving plates £40-60
307.    A Spode part tea service, in green diaper and red floral pattern, 53 pieces, a Derby cup and saucer and a Royal Crown Derby plate (56) £40-50
308.    A set of Kokura Japanese tablewares with desert scenes and a Brentleigh ware vase with tulip design £30-40
309.    A Mintons Haddon Hall part tea service (some seconds) (20 pieces), Royal Albert Random Rose coffee beakers and saucers (9 pieces), Royal Doulton coffee cups and saucers (10 pieces) and Fenton Indian Tree pattern tea cups, saucers and plates (18 pieces) £30-50
310.    Hammersley & Co bone china coffee pot and four cups and five saucers with pheasant and gilt decoration £10-15
311.    A stoneware flagon, impressed Joshua Rolls Spirit Merchant, Marlow, another for J. Tachell of Wantage, 37cm high, and four glass floats (6) £30-40
312.    Six Coalport cottages: Bridge House, The Masters House, Village Church, The Coaching Inn, The Farmhouse, Elizabethan Cottage (6) £20-30
313.    Various Swarovski crystal figures including hedgehogs and mice, and other crystal figures £30-50
314.    Two Carltonware ginger jars and covers in powder blue with Chinoserie designs, largest 34cm high, similar vase, a teapot and stand and a hot water jug £40-60
315.    Five Venetian coloured glass vases in the form of bags £20-30
316.    A Crown Devon Fieldings vase, with diamond pattern in orange, yellow and gray 14cm high, a Bizarre by Clarice Cliff Crocus pattern sauce jug and a pair of Ola Huizen vases £30-40
317.    A pair of Maling Gondola shape dishes, with Harlequin pattern 33cm wide £30-40
318.    A Royal Worcester globular spill vase with floral decoration 16cm high (slight chip) a miniature tyg mug, a miniature Crown Staffordshire mug, and a collection of Royal Crown Derby tablewares and paperweights £50-70
319.    A Bursley ware Charlotte Rhead design vase and cover, with yellow and blue floral design 14.5cm high £20-30
320.    A Maling 'Classic' design fruit bowl with orange ground, and two other Maling bowls similar 21.5cm diameter (3) £60-80
321.    An A.G. Harley Jones Wilton ware Chinoserie baluster vase, with red ground and lustre glaze 22cm high and a Maling vase with blue marble effect and lustre glaze 20cm high (2) £50-70
322.    An Orrefors spiral air bubble glass vase 23cm high, an early 20th century glass beaker, possibly German 14.5cm high, four other glass vases and a bird figure £40-60
323.    A large Poole Pottery vase with floral band 25.5cm high, a cylindrical vase, two jugs and a lidded barrel (5) £50-70
324.    A pair of Fenton 'Osaka' ware vases, with Japonnais decoration in blue and wavy rims 32cm high and a pair of Victorian lustre jugs with relief decoration £40-60
325.    A set of six red overlay cut glass wine goblets 18cm high £20-30
326.    A set of six Royal Vienna blue and gilt coffee cans and saucers (6) £20-30
327.    A Dresden tea service, the spiral form cups and saucers painted with floral sprays, including teapot, bowls and jug £60-80
328.    Three Belleek shell shaped dishes, a clover teacup, saucer and plate set and two vases £40-60
329.    A set of Edwardian style diamond and rib cut glass drinking glasses including champagne bowls, wine, sherry and liqueur glasses, a coaster and a bowl, 25 pieces £50-70
330.    Royal Crown Derby tablewares, including square serving plate, teacup and saucer, coffee can and saucer and a side plate, and a Japanese blue floral vase £30-50
331.    Five Royal Worcester limited edition figurines: Sweet Aster, Sweet Violet, Sweet Holly, Sweet Daffodil and Sweet Rose £30-40
332.    A cobalt blue cylindrical vase, 30cm high and two similar goblet vases, 25cm and 21cm high (3) £20-30
333.    A Parian figure of a goddess holding a garland of grape vines 26cm high £30-40
334.    A Royal Doulton Etude pattern part tea service, with bread plate and side plates (22 pieces) £20-30
335.    Two Royal Copenhagen small vases 'Bindweed' R2800 and 'Swallows' model 2671 together with a Royal Copenhagan pickle dish with blue flower decoration £25-30
336.    A Crown Devon 1930s cute Bonzo dog biscuit barrel £15-20
337.    A pair of New Hall Staffordshire oval serving dishes c1820 (red roundel stamp to base) with painted fruit design and a raised shape floral border with pale blue background £10-15
338.    A Shelley butterfly blue lustre ware octagonal shaped powder bowl and cover overpainted with gilt decoration c1920 £15-20
339.    Vintage Crown Ducal dripware multicolour jug vase together with a large Dartmouth Devon pottery purple jug coloured version, 23cm high £20-30
340.    A large pottery water jug with gilt decoration, a stone china bowl with Imari decoration, and a vase with floral and dragonfly decoration £15-20
341.    A Beswick figure of Norman Thelwell's 'Kick Start', gloss finish, girl with a stubborn pony £45-50
342.    A brown stoneware salt glaze match holder / striker with impressed mark England to base £15-20
343.    A Poole Pottery Delphis charger 27 cm diameter with blue/ turquoise abstract pattern by Geraloine o'Mera c1956 together with large hors d'oeuvre dish in sepia and mushroom glaze £25-30
344.    Holmegaard Royal Copenhagen blue glass bowl with silver edge to rim designed by Michael Bang, together with an amethyst coloured glass tankard by Wedgwood commemorating the Queens Silver Jubilee £20-30
345.    An Alvar Aalto design wave form vase, by Iitala, Finland, with etched Alvar Aalto 100 mark dated 1998 16cm high, and an Orrefors waisted cylindrical vase, 25.5cm high £40-60
346.    A Moorcroft Pottery Art Nouveau rose pattern vase 10cm high, a cream ground Moorcroft vase and saucer, two other similar vases (unmarked) and a Royal Doulton bowl (5) £60-80
347.    A Whitefriars Glass sunburst pattern vase in tangerine, designed by Geoffrey Baxter 15cm high £120-180
348.    A Whitefriars Glass cucumber pattern vase, in willow, designed by Geoffrey Baxter 30cm high £60-80
349.    A Whitefriars Glass basketweave pattern vase, in indigo, designed by Geoffrey Baxter 27cm high £80-120
350.    Three Okra Glass iridescent glass vases, one with etched mark and signed by Sarah Cowan (genesis) 17cm high, another numbered 1406 and dated 1997/1998 11.5cm high, all with boxes (3) £100-150
351.    A Moorcroft Pottery Poppy design vase, 1996, CH monogram, 8.5cm high, and a Glory and Dreams design tray 20cm long, in orginal boxes (2) £80-120
352.    A Moorcroft Pottery Blue Heaven design waisted vase, numbered 45/100 and signed 25.5cm high with original box £100-150
353.    A Moorcroft Pottery Meadow design jug 18.5cm high in original box £60-80
354.    A Moorcroft Pottery Queen Bee pattern vase, for Talents of Windsor, signed and numbered 8cm high with original box £60-80
355.    A pair of Moorcroft Pottery 'Ode to May' pattern vases, 2005, 11cm high with original boxes (2) £80-120
356.    A Moorcroft enamel Pansy design baluster vase, 6.5cm high in original box £60-80
357.    Two Moorcroft Pottery miniature vases, Symbol of Happiness 5.5cm high and Lodge Hill 5.5cm high (2) £120-180
358.    A Moorcroft Pottery Cloud Nine pattern baluster vase, signed on the base and numbered 24cm high with original box £120-180
359.    A pair of Whitefriars style red glass baluster vases, 20cm high and a molar glass vase in red 16.5cm high £20-30
360.    A Whitefriars Glass air bubble glass vase in amber, another similar 14.5cm high, a spiral pattern globular vase, scent bottle and stopper and various amber glass chambersticks (10) £40-60
361.    A set of three Whitefriars Glass swags design graduated vases in amber 29.5cm, 20cm, and 15cm high (3) £30-40
362.    A Whitefriars Glass ribbon trail glass bowl in amber 24cm diameter, three other bowls in amber and a vase (5) £30-50
363.    A cloudy white glass vase, in the manner of Whitefriars Glass, 23cm high and a brown and white variegated glass bowl, 20cm diameter £40-60
364.    A bronze colour glass decanter and four goblets, possibly Whitefriars glass, decanter 23cm high £30-40
365.    A tulip shaped amber glass vase, 29cm high and three other vases, possibly Whitefriars Glass £30-50
366.    A Whitefriars Glass hooped vase, in tangerine, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, 28cm high £100-150
367.    A pair of Whitefriars Glass Totem Pole vases, in willow, designed by Geoffrey Baxter 26cm high (2) £150-250
368.    A Whitefriars Glass bark effect vase, in red, 26cm high £40-60
369.    A Whitefriars Glass random strap vase, in purple, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, 16.5cm high £40-60
370.    A Whitefriars glass circular hobnail or 'mobile phone' vase, in tangerine, 16.5cm high £60-80
371.    A pair of Whitefriars Glass 'Cello' pattern vases, in willow, designed by Geoffrey Baxter 18.5cm high £200-300
372.    A Whitefriars Glass bark effect cylindrical vase in willow, designed by Geoffrey Baxter with pontil mark, 19cm high and another 15.5cm high £60-80
373.    A pair of Whitefriars Glass Drunken Bricklayer pattern vases, in tangerine, designed by Geoffrey Baxter, 21cm high £200-300
374.    A Whitefriars Glass TV vase, in willow, designed by Geoffrey Baxter 17.5cm high £120-180
375.    A Eugine Schopin Montigny sur Loing planter vase decorated with floral sprays by Adolphe Castex - Degrange, signed, impressed and painted marks to base 18cm high, 25cm wide £100-150
376.    A Worcester blue and white butter dish saucer with floral sprays and floral terminal handles, crescent mark 18cm wide, another similar and a Worcester style two handle vase, with powder blue ground and panels depicting exotic birds, possibly Samson 13cm high (3) £100-150
377.    A Moorcroft Pottery squat vase, in passion fruit design, monogrammed J.W. 1997, 17cm diameter, 11.5cm high with box £150-200
378.    A cloisonne vase depicting a guru on an elephant, with attendants, converted to a table lamp 33cm high £30-50
379.    A pair of cylindrical Oriental vases, depicting a crane among chrysanthemums each inscribed, converted to table lamps 32cm high £60-80
380.    A Chinese blue and white chocolate cup and saucer, depicting pagodas and figures, a Satsuma seated deity, a bowl and a doll (4) £30-40
380A.   Eastern white and other metalwares including jardiniere, bowls, crumb scoop, set of eight spoons, two small spoons and two lidded boxes,(two trays) £60-80
381.    A Chinese watercolour of birds with orchids, Chinese inscription and stamp to left side 20cm x 25.5cm £40-60
382.    A small Satsuma vase, depicting a figure in a garden 12cm high, chip to base, another depicting cockerels, 13cm high and a third 9cm high (3) £60-80
383.    A pair of Satsuma vases, depicting family scenes, 15cm high £80-120
384.    A Chinese blue and white plate depicting a landscape, various Satsuma vases, a pair of Chinese green ground beakers and a cloisonne vase, all as found £40-60
385.    A Nanking Cargo 18th century Chinese cafe au lait bowl depicting a pagoda in a landscape 15cm diameter, Christie's label on the base £60-80
386.    A Kinco brass Middle East-pattern bowl, relief etched underneath with five eagle feet, marked KINCO (British Metal Kingston Ltd.) 1923-1930, 14.5cm £20-30
387.    An Indonesian hardwood kris dagger, with grain effect blade and horn terminal to the scabbard, length of blade 34cm and another Eastern blade with horn handle set with stones and gold colour metal 26cm long (2) £40-60
388.    Three Oriental pedestal bowls in blue and white with scalloped edges 12cm and 13cm diameter £60-80
389.    A Satsuma china teapot and four plates all with figures in garden landscapes £20-30
390.    Two Chinese small hand mirrors with cloisonne floral and butterfly design with jade handles each in box and another enamel (3) £15-20
391.    A burr walnut cased canteen of silver plated cutlery, 163 pieces including salt cellars and peppers, in a serpentine case with acanthus carved cabriole legs on ball and claw feet 98cm wide £500-600
392.    Silver plated cutlery £50-60
393.    A canteen of cutlery plus some extras £30-35
394.    A six piece Art Deco silver plated tea set to include teapot, water jug, sugar bowl, milk jug, etc, and a small collection of cutlery £30-40
395.    A silver plated tantalus, with three square decanters, and ball feet 32cm wide by Hobbs & Co. Oxford £60-80
396.    A cased silver plated cormorant on a round base £15-20
397.    One tray of silver plated items to include two hat pin stands £20-30
398.    A tray of silver cutlery, etc
399.    A collection of white metal animals, two items of silver plate and a cake stand £30-35
400.    A silver plated goblet by Philip Ashberry & Sons Sheffield c1870 together with a silver plated desk/ table clock with lift up lid storage £15-20
401.    A pair of silver plated fish servers with silver Sheffield 1906 ring together with a silver plated crumb scoop £10-15
402.    A collection of silver plate to include tureen, tea pot, etc £15-20
403.    A pair of silver gilt Victorian berry spoons with engraved crest, hallmarked for 1861 and a Georgian small sauce ladle (3) £40-60
404.    A single handled dish by Payne's Oxford having coat of arms etched to centre, London 1960 £40-60
405.    A silver sweet meat dish having pierced decoration, Birmingham 1971 £40-60
406.    A cased set of tea knives with silver handles £15-20
407.    A pair of Georgian open silver salts, marks rubbed, as found, two silver book marks, three pin cushions etc £80-100
408.    A Victorian beaker with bright cut decoration, London 1886 £60-80
409.    A small Victorian pill box with ribbed decoration £30-40
410.    A small collection of silver items to include caddy spoon, etc £80-100
411.    A highly decorated Victorian silver mustard and another with spoon £60-80
412.    A miscellaneous collection of small silver items to include a silver owl teether, a silver hair brush, etc £20-30
413.    A boxed set of tea knives and forks with mother of pearl handles £30-40
414.    A trophy in the form of a silver galleon fixed to a wooden base, Birmingham 1933, Maker V&S £80-100
415.    A pair of small silver candlesticks and a Metropolitan whistle £20-25
416.    A sapphire and diamond three stone ring set in 18 carat gold £80-100
417.    A large silver mirror decorated in relief, as found £30-40
418.    Two silver napkin rings £15-20
419.    A pair of silver candlesticks, some 12" tall, some dents, hallmarks rubbed £120-150
420.    A cased set of six silver tea spoons together with a cased set of six silver coffee spoons, a silver caddy spoon, a silver and mother of pearl handle bread knife, etc £80-90
421.    A silver trinket box on four feet with a silver inlaid tortoiseshell lid £80-100
421A.   *WITHDRAWN**A pair of opera glasses, two mother of pearl handled knives and a spoon £20-30
422.    A large Doulton stoneware harvest jug with a silver rim £40-45
423.    A silver shell shaped caddy spoon, Birmingham 1997 £25-30
424.    A pair of silver grape scissors with floral engraved detail, Sheffield 1900 £50-60
425.    A silver cream jug with a gilt interior and beaded rim and handle, Birmingham 1918 £45-50
425A.   A silver Birmingham 1947 sugar sifter weight 137g £50-60
426.    A good cut crystal glass decanter with silver collar, Birmingham 1974 £25-35
427.    A set of silver fish knives and similar silver plate fish forks (handles as found) £40-50
428.    A silver coaster, a cased set of coffee spoons and a small candlestick £30-35
429.    A collection of eight boxed Concorde silver wine labels, a picture frame, Concorde pewter tankard, wallet, porcelain salt and pepper, and a photograph £100-120
430.    A roll of silver cutlery with large forks, spoons, etc, mixed dates £350-400
431.    A silver lidded tankard London 1937 maker C.B., slight distortion to bottom £200-300
432.    A silver trophy cup, a pair of opera glasses, a cloisonne pill box, a metal horse and a menu holder £160-180
433.    A nine piece silver ladies brush and mirror set, decorated in relief with flora and fauna all in presentation case, as found £200-250
433A.   A collection of ladies silver mounted hair brushes, etc £80-100
434.    A single stone diamond ring, set in gold £60-80
435.    A gold colour locket decorated with blue enamel star on gold colour chain £40-60
436.    Two gold dress rings, one set in pearl and one set in amethyst £60-80
437.    A gold colour metal ring, set with red stone £60-80
438.    A Georg Jensen pewter necklace £40-60
439.    A large case of costume jewellery £40-50
440.    Two bags and a box of costume jewellery £30-40
441.    A gold pendant set with seed pearls £40-60
442.    A collection of cufflinks, ladies watch, R.A.F. badge £30-40
443.    A Rennie Mackintosh design silver brooch, two Rennie Mackintosh design silver pendants, a stone set pair of silver earrings £80-100
444.    A gentleman's open face pocket watch by Waltham, with white enamel dial and Arabic numerals, appears to run well, as found £40-50
445.    An 18 carat gold ring set with single diamond £60-80
446.    An 18 carat gold ring set with single diamond £60-80
447.    An 18 carat gold ring set with single diamond £60-80
449.    A pair of gold colour metal earrings, silver brooch and a pair of silver cufflinks £40-50
450.    Six Art Deco enamel buckles £30-40
451.    A bag of brooches and a silver necklace £10-15
452.    A large bag of costume jewellery £15-20
453.    A large collection of assorted costume jewellery £20-30
454.    A ladies 9 carat gold Cyma wristwatch in original case £250-300
455.    A diamond and sapphire cluster ring set in 18 carat gold £80-100
456.    A diamond and ruby five stone ring set in 18 carat gold £120-150
457.    An 18 carat gold five stone diamond ring and another £120-150
458.    An 18 carat gold ring with central diamond in hexagonal setting together with a gold colour metal fashion ring £80-120
459.    A platinum set solitaire ring, diamond size approxamately 0.60 points £2300-2500
460.    A diamond and sapphire ring, set in 18 carat gold £60-80
461.    A single stone diamond ring, set in 18 carat gold £60-80
462.    A single stone diamond ring, set in 18 carat white gold £60-80
463.    An 18 carat gold ring, set with a centre row of square rubies and two other rows of diamonds £450-550
464.    A gold colour metal ring, set with central diamond and two square sapphires either side £150-200
465.    A 9 carat gold charm bracelet, two gold rings and a pair of earrings with matching pendant set with garnets £150-180
466.    Two 14 carat white gold rings, one set with small diamond, and another (3) £150-180
466A.   A small collection of paste set rings together with a gem set pendant (possibly diamonds) £40-60
467.    A white and blue diamond set ring £80-120
468.    Two gold dress rings and a white and red stone ring (tests for diamond) £60-80