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The Priory Saleroom, Winchester Street, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 1QE Tel: 01823 332525. Fax: 01823 353120. Email: [email protected]



2. A Victorian Needlework Sampler, by Maria Jane Coleman and dated 'October 2nd 1852', the upper



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portion with the alphabet in upper and lower case, the lower portion with short text, 39 x 32 cms£40-80 3. A Victorian 3-decanter Tantalus, the oak stand with plated mounts 4. Two pairs of brass pillar Candlesticks

Lot 5 5. A group of 10 Goebel Hummel Figures including Little Pharmacist; Baker; Spring Cheer etc, the largest 14 cms high£40-60 6. An African carved ebony Mekonde, 38 cms high£7090 Lot 1 1. A George III Needlework Sampler, by Charlotte Eleanor Marshall dated 'December 20th 1786, in the 7th year of her age', the central religious text within a foliate border with various deer, birds and animals above and below, 44 x 31 cms£80-120

Lot 7 7. A Victorian drop dial Wall Clock, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and signed 'Goldsmiths Alliance, Lot 2

Bristol' and contained in a mahogany case£50-80

8. An electroplated four-piece Tea Service comprising

13. A Child's toy Horse on stand

Teapot, Hot Water Jug, Sugar Bowl and Cream Jug by

14. An Overmantel Mirror in an arched simulated

Squirrel Brand, England, each with faceted lower body

rosewood frame (glass a/f). Height 83 cms, width 112

on square pedestal base£20-30


9. A Sitzendorf porcelain flower encrusted oval Dish

15. Two 3-pce Rods. One a Greenheart which was

with four figural supports modelled as putti, decorated

awarded as a Cycling Prize in the Highland Games in

in blue, with gilt borders, 34 cms wide, blue underglaze

1895. Both in very poor condition (2)£5-10

mark and impressed '444'£30-40

Lot 10

Lot 16

10. A 19th Century Chinese embroidered silk Panel,

16. A good pair of 19th Century Japanese Imari Vases

depicting numerous figures in a landscape, 114 cms x

decorated with assorted flowers and blossoms (both

31 cms wide; and a smaller Chinese embroidered silk


Panel of a butterfly amongst flowers, 51 x 11 cms (2)£40-60 11. A 19th Century octagonal bell shaped cut glass Decanter, 17 cms high 12. A Chinese export lacquered octagonal Box with lift out fitted interior, together with a selection of ivory sewing implements (severe loss to front left hand corner and other areas)£60-80

Lot 17 Lot 13

17. A Victorian wax table Centrepiece modelled as fruit, with glass dome£50-70

Lot 20 Lot 18 18. A Chinese baluster Vase with flared rim and twin elephant head handles, decorated with chrysanthemums and other flowers (restoration and repairs) 37cm high

Lot 21 21. An 18th Century famille verte porcelain Bowl with brass mounted rim decorated with four panels of flowers, blue underglaze mark within double circle, 17 Lot 19

cms diameter (riveted); a gilt metal mounted Chinese

19. A Qianlong Imari Bowl with typical iron red

porcelain Saucer; and three pieces of later Chinese

decoration Circa 1760, 26.5cm diameter £100-150

blue and white porcelain (5)£30-50

20. A Chinese Imari rosewater Sprinkler, Kangxi,

22. A Chinese crackle glaze Celadon Vase, bearing a

decorated with floral sprays in iron red and blue,

provincial seal mark. Early 19th Century. Ht 21cm

heightened with gilt, 15 cms high (chips to rim)£200-



Lot 26

Lot 27 27. An 18th Century Chinese export Tea Bowl and Saucer, decorated with flowers, with brown glazed exterior; and a Meissen style Cup and Saucer painted with courting couples and floral sprays, the Cup on three paw feet blue underglaze mark to Saucer (2)

Lot 22 23. A pair of Lustres, the blue glass bowls with gilt decoration 24. An early 20th Century reproduction Lantern Clock by Smiths, 18 cms high

Lot 28 28. Two late 19th Century Japanese porcelain Imari animals; one modelled as a cat, the other modelled as a seated pig, both with iron red character marks to base. 23 cms long and 17 cms long respectively (2)£200-300

Lot 25 25. A Chinese Cinnabar lacquer Jar 11.5 cms high; and two blanc de chine models of seated Guanyin, 10 cms high (3) 26. A group of six 18th Century and later Chinese export porcelain Tea Bowls, variously decorated (6)£40-80

Lot 29 29. Two Chinese bronze tripod Censers, both of circular squat form and with loop handles, one with cast six character mark to base, 10 cms and 11 cms diameter respectively; and a Kashmir paper mache circular Box and Cover with brass liner, with blue and gilt foliate decoration, Kashmir Government paper label to base, 13 cms diam (3)

30. A late 19th Century Sampson porcelain Armorial

32. A Royal Crown Derby Spill Vase on 4 lions paw

Cup and Saucer, well painted with floral sprays


between deep blue and gilt borders£30-50

Lot 33 33. A pair of Royal Crown Derby baluster Vases

Lot 31 31. A Royal Worcester Figure 'Grandmother's Dress' Rd. No. 7999378, modelled by F G Doughty

Lot 34 34. Three Royal Crown Derby Cups and Saucers, two Coffee Cans and a Saucer, and an 'Olde Avesbury' pattern Tea Plate (10)

Lot 35 (Illustration) 35. Disquisitions upon the Painted Greek Vases, James Christie, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, London 1825, with black and white engravings and illustrations, worn condition but pages clean and binding intact£30-50 36. The Values of Old English Silver and Sheffield Plate, J. W. Calidcott, Bemrose & Sons, London 1906, Lot 32

with many black and white engravings£10-20

37. A group of assorted Catalogues: Bayliss, Jones & Bayliss Iron Fencing and Gates No's 8 & 8R; Philip Howell Ltd, Hotel & Bar Equipment, 1953, 55 and 60; Gaskell & Chambers, Hotel & Bar Fittings, No's 120, 220 & 240; and Rownson, No. 300 Sanitary Ware (9)

Lot 40

Lot 38 38. A Royal Worcester Vase formed from four spherical parts, each painted with floral sprays, green printed mark and date code for 1875; and a Royal Worcester square Spill Vase decorated in blue £40-80

Lot 41 41. An early 19th Century blue and white printed Pickle Dish, of vine leaf form with vein moulded underside, 15 cms long£20-40

Lot 42 42. A George III silver Cream Jug. Lot 39

Mark of John Emes, London 1800

39. A Royal Doulton Figure 'The Old Balloon Seller' HN

With reeded rim and angular handle, engraved with a


band of leaves and foliage, a circular reserve to either

40. Four Beswick Models of Birds : Nuthatch 2413;

side, one engraved with initials, 14.5 cms long, 5.5 oz

Grey Wagtail 1041; Greenfinch 2105; and Chaffinch

(176 gr); and a small silver Cream Jug, mark of


George Unite, Birmingham, 1922 (2)£150-200

Lot 43 43. A small pair of Continental porcelain vases, 18th Century, probably Meissen, later adapted and fitted with 19th Century sconces and gilt-metal mounts, painted with floral sprays, 13 cms high (the vases originally with handles but now lacking)£30-50

Lot 44 44. A Royal Crown Derby model of a Frog with date

Lot 45

code for 1987. £20-30 45. An early 20th Century carved Ivory Figure of a nude lady. 15 cms high£50-80 46. An Oriental style silver small Ewer and accompanying small Ladle, possibly Tibetan, the body decorated with bats, with dragon handle, unmarked, 13cm high; and an Oriental silver Beaker, possibly Burmese, decorated with a band of figures amongst bamboo, engraved to the front with the initials "AL", unmarked, 8cm high (2)£50-80 47. A bronze Model of a Boy lying down with his head resting in his hands, 15cm long£80-120

Lot 46

51. A Whitefriars clear glass Specimen Vase of trunk design. Height 16.5 cms£30-40 52. A French glass Vase of shaped triangular form with ruby glass panels. Height 17 cms£10-20

Lot 47 48. A small Chinese Cloisonne enamel Vase. 13 cms high

Lot 53 53. A large Bohemian glass Beaker decorated with flowers with gilt borders, 18cm high; and a Mozer Cocktail Glass on trumpet foot, well engraved with flowers and foliage, 15.5cm high (4 small chips to rim)£40-60 Lot 49 49. A seven piece Art Deco glass Dressing Table Set including boxes and covers, and scent bottles £50-80 50. An early 20th Century Sessionist porcelain Jar with WMF electroplated mount and cover

Lot 51

Lot 54

54. A mid 20th Century cast figure of a 1920's Flapper

57. A pair of small silver Toastracks, mark of F.J.M.

on plinth base

Ltd, Sheffield, 1932£30-50

Lot 58 58. A silver Sauceboat, Sheffield 1937, a cased silver Condiment Set comprising: a Mustard Pot; Salt; Pepper and a Spoon, Birmingham 1973; and a cased set of six silver handled Knives, Sheffield, 1966£40-80 59. A group of electroplated Tablewares to include a swing handled Cake Basket; a circular Salver; Entree Dish; Basting Spoon; a pair of Bonbon Dishes etc

Lot 55 55. A Victorian brass cased Carriage Clock

Lot 56 56. A silver 3-piece Tea Service Sheffield 1939 and a glass Dressing Table Jar with silver cover£150-200

Lot 60 60. A gold mounted Tiger's eye drop shaped Pendant with ropework border£75-100 61. A 9ct gold and amber Bracelet£90-120 62. An amethyst and diamond set silver gilt Necklace£70-100 63. A 9ct gold sapphire and diamond Cluster Ring£5080 64. A 9ct gold Ring set with seven small diamonds£130-160

Lot 57

sides£25-35 68. A pair of gold and turquoise Earrings£75-100

Lot 62

Lot 69 69. A 9ct gold and shell Cameo Bracelet£100-120 70. A 9ct gold Zircon and Diamond Ring£70-100 71. An 18ct gold and diamond Solitaire Ring, the brilliant cut diamond approx .33 ct£220-250 72. A 9ct gold and diamond Ring£60-80

Lot 63 65. An 18ct gold and platinum diamond three-stone Ring£70-90

Lot 73 73. A Victorian silver Locket with presentation inscription to one side and engraved with a bird amongst foliage to the other£100-120 Lot 66

74. A 9ct white gold and diamond Cross Pendant£70-

66. A 9ct gold and diamond set Cross Pendant, approx


6 gr £75-100

75. An 18ct gold, diamond and sapphire Ring

67. A small Dunhill Lighter, with engine turned

The central emerald cut sapphire weighing approx

6.21 ct, surrounded with a border of 18 brilliant cut diamonds. Total weight approx 0.54 ct£1000-1500

Lot 83 Lot 75 76. Two silver Bangles, approx 2 oz£20-40

83. A Chinese carved Jade Plaque pierced with foliage and a dragon 7.5 cms wide£30-50 84. An 18ct gold diamond and sapphire five-stone Ring; and an 18ct gold diamond and sapphire Cluster Ring (2)£80-120 85. An 18ct gold Ring of buckle design set with a single diamond£80-120

Lot 77 77. A gilt metal cased Elgin Full Hunter Pocket Watch with subsidiary seconds dial, with 9ct gold Chain and revolving Fob Seal; together with a 9ct gold outer cased open face Pocket Watch; and a 9ct Locket (3)£100-150

Lot 86 86. A 9ct gold Agricultural Prize Medal awarded to Mrs Lot 78 78. A Swiss made Ladies 9ct gold cased Watch and strap by Vertex£100-150

M E Pearce of Stoke St Gregory for her Rhode Island Reds, hallmarked for Birmingham, 1939, 8 gr, in a fitted case£80-120

79. A hallmarked silver link Necklace£15-25 80. A pair of 9ct white gold mounted cultured pearl Earrings£30-50 81. A sapphire and diamond cluster Pendant with 9ct yellow gold mount £50-80 82. A Sekonda Gentleman's Wristwatch, cased

Lot 87

87. A 9ct gold mineral specimen Ring with openwork shoulders£50-80

Lot 88 88. A Victorian gold circular Brooch and a pair of matching Earrings, unmarked, each with a design registration lozenge for 1881£100-150

Lot 91 91. An Italian gold mounted Shell Cameo Brooch; an 18K gold single stone diamond Ring; a four-stone amethyst Bar Brooch; two further Rings; and a Pendant in the form of a nut shell (6)£80-120 92. A long 9ct gold link Chain, approx 38 gr; and a similar silver example (2)£350-450 93. A Victorian gold Sovereign, 1891£180-220 94. A mixed group of Coins including a George IV silver Crown, 1821, later mounted on a brooch; a silver Medal from Langport Grammar School, 1929; a 1953 silver Crown; a quantity of silver Sixpences; and assorted other Coinage£30-50

Lot 89 89. A George III silver Vinaigrette. Mark of Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham, 1810 With cut corners and engraved with leaf decoration and a late Victorian 9ct gold swivel Fob Seal, Birmingham 1898, with vacant bloodstone and Cornelian matrices (2)

Lot 90 90. A Chinese silver mounted carved Jade Pendant; and a Chinese carved Ivory Pendant (2)£30-50

Lot 95

95. An Edwardian 18ct gold cased Half Hunter Pocket

Birmingham 1920; and an English Verge Watch

Watch, the case hallmarked for London 1902, retailed

Movement with pierced balance cock (a/f) (3)£30-50

by G H Conibear, Exeter, with subsidiary seconds dial, the case with blue enamel roman numeral dial, with 9ct gold Albert Chain with a 1920 sovereign and a bloodstone swivel seal dependent, in it's original fitted case£1000-1500 96. A brass Nut Cracker in the form of a pair of legs£20-30 97. A Continental silver cased open face Pocket Watch, the white enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial 98. A small silver Cigarette Case, Birmingham 1924£30-40

Lot 106

99. A Half Sovereign, 1912£100-120 100. A Half Sovereign, 1910£100-120 101. A Sovereign, 1913£180-210 102. A pair of 9ct gold Cufflinks, initialled 'N. J. C.'£5070 103. A silver Albert£30-40

Lot 107 107. A Military Issue Swiss made Open Face Pocket Lot 104

Watch, in base metal case, the dial with subsidiary

104. A Cocquilla Nut carved as a Spice Holder

seconds dial, reverse marked 'GS/TP 056263'£20-30

Lot 105 105. A garnet or ruby and seed pearl set 9ct gold Ring with openwork scroll setting£150-200 106. A late 19th Century silver cased Pocket Watch,

Lot 108

the case hallmarked for Chester 1891, the white

108. An Elgin silver cased Open Face Pocket Watch

enamel dial with subsidiary seconds dial (glass

with screw cover, No. 20059223; a Zenith silver cased

missing); an English silver Pocket Watch Case,

Open Face Pocket Watch with subsidiary seconds dial;

and an A. W. Co silver cased Full Hunter Pocket

114. A set of five Victorian fiddle pattern silver

Watch, the dial with subsidiary seconds dial (two


missing seconds hands) (3)£50-80

Mark of John Stone, Exeter, 1851, engraved with

109. A group of five various base metal Pocket


Watches including an example by Bentima and an A.

115. A small silver Cigarette Case, Thimble, Patch

W. W. Co gold plated example; a gilt metal Sovereign

Box, 2 Albert Chains and a miniature plated Cleaning

Case; and a Souvenir ruby flash glass Perfume Bottle



116. Fish Knives and Forks, Fish Servers, Dessert

110. A large group of assorted Pocket Watch and

Knives and Forks and other plated Flatware

Albert Chains, including three large link silver

117. A large group of assorted Flatware including

examples; another silver example with silver Pen Knife

electroplated fiddle pattern cased Cake Knives and

dependent etc, weighable silver 5 1/2 oz (174 gr)£50-

Teaspoons etc


118. Assorted Flatware in Fish Knives and Forks

111. Two Jewellery Boxes containing a variety of 9ct

119. A long stemmed Clay Pipe, 46 cms long

or silver paste set Rings; various Pins and Badges and

120. A large quantity of assorted Flatware

other assorted Costume Jewellery including jet and

121. Assorted plated ware to include Cruet Stand,

amber Necklaces£50-80

Cake Basket, Salver, Tray etc

Lot 122 Lot 112

122. A mixed lot to include: a gilt metal five glass small

112. A silver Marrow Scoop, mark of Francis Howard,

Casket; a Russian silver Salt or Caviar Spoon in the

Sheffield, 1968 in a fitted case; and a 17th Century

form of a shovel, St Petersburg, late 19th Century; a

style silver Spoon, mark of Mappin and Webb, London

leather cased Travelling Inkwell; a Medicine Glass; two

1978, in a fitted case£30-40

case classical figures; a horn and antler Pipe; Japanese horn Bottle with ring dependent etc 123. The Rise of the Dutch Republic. A History, John Lothrop Motley, in three volumes, Routledge, Warne and Routledge, London 1861, leather spines and marbled boards and pages, (wear to spines)£10-20 124. Bell's British Theatre, Volume V and VII, Printed for the Proprietors, under the Direction of John Bell, British Library, Strand, 1791 - containing various plays each with two engravings at the start, blue gilt tooled

Lot 113 113. An early 20th Century large bone Pen Knife, maker's mark worn£20-30

leather bindings (slight wear)

(wear to one volume, damage to binding on the other and back board missing)£20-40

Lot 126 Lot 124

126. The Works of Robert Burns, edited by The Ettrick Shepherd and William Motherwell, in 5 volumes bound in two books, published Archibald Fullarton & Co., Glasgow 1834, leather spines, marbled boards and pages, engravings to the start of each volume (wear to spines)£30-50

Lot 124 (Illustration) 125. Samuel Richardson, Clarissa Harlowe, or the History of a Young Lady, In a series of letters, comprehending The most Important Events of Private Life, 8 volumes bound in two books, printed for Thomas Kelly, Paternoster Row by Weed and Rider, 1822, with numerous engravings, full leather binding

Lot 127

127. John Hanning Speke

129. Five works bound as one, all printed London 1729

Journal of the Discovery of The Source of The Nile

comprising: Princess of Cleves, Madame de La

Second Edition, William Blackwood & Sons, 1864,

Fayette; The Fair Maid of The Inn, Migue de Cerrantes

Complete with foldout Map, gilt tooled leather binding,

Saavedra (translated from the Spanish); The Force of

awarded as a School Prize from Boston Grammar

Friendship (Written originally in French); Charon; Or

School (good condition, slight wear to spine)£100-150

The Ferry Boat. A Vision - Dedicated to the Swiss Count; and The History of The Captive, Miguel de Cerrantes Saavedra (Translated from the Spanish original), with engravings by Gerard Vandergucht after Vanderbank; Highmore; Goupy; and Cheron. (Front pages and title page to Princess of Cleves missing and final pages of The History of the Captive missing wear to binding) £30-50

Lot 128 128. A group of Italian and French Volumes comprising: Commedie Pei Fanciulli, Massimina Rosellini (nee Fantastici), Giovanni Silverstri, Milan, 1832; Scelta Di Lettere Familiari Delgi Auton Piu

Lot 130

Celebri, Leonardo Nardini, published by A. Dulau &

130. The Upper Berth, F. Marison Crawford, T. Fisher

Co. and L. Nardini, 15 Poland St, London, 1802; Le

Unwin, Paternoster Sq., London 1894, second edition,

Notti Romane, Alessandro Verri, published by Baudry,

title page bears authors signature, from The Autonym

Paris, 1829; Commedie Scelte di Alberto Nota,

Library, cloth boards with black lettering; and four

Baudry, 1833; Les Petits Bearnais on Lecons de

further books from The Pseudonym Library, published

Morale, Vol II Madame Delafaye-Brehier, published by

by T. Fisher Unwin, Mademoiselle Ixe, 2 copies, 1 hard

Didier, Paris, 1839; Nouvelle Gramaire Francaise, M.

bound 1892, one paperback 1893; The Sinner's

Notel and M. Chapsal, Paris 1841; and A New and

Company 1893; and A Study In Temptations, 1893 (5)

Complete Italian Grammar, Vergani, published by Glaucus Masi & Co., Florence, 1839 (7). All in leather bindings, some wear

Lot 129

133. Christie's Sale Catalogue for Old English Silver and Silver Gilt, Presentation Plate, Enamelled Gold Boxes etc. Formerly in the Possession of Admiral Viscount Nelson, 12th July, 1895, King St, St James Square£20-30 134. Christie's Sale Catalogue for The Vaile Collection - A Highly Important Collection of French Pictures, the property of Reginald Vaile Esq on Saturday 23rd May 1903, with annotations including lot prices and buyer's names£20-30 135. A tin box containing a small amount of Coins including Crowns and a Two Pound Coin; plus three assorted Pulleys£5-10 136. A Cook Island uncirculated Coin Set 1992; and two Cook Islands 3 dollar notes£5-10 137. The Life of Lady Hamilton, J. T. Herbert Baily, W. Lot 131

G. Menzies, London 1905; and The Poetical Works of

131. Christie's Sale Catalogue for The Magniac

Thomas Hood, F. Warne & Co, London (2)

Collection (known as The Colworth Collection) chiefly

138. Plated part Canteen of Flatware and other sundry

formed by the late Hollingworth Magniac Esq; on


Saturday 2nd July and Monday 4th July, 1892, hard

139. Assorted First Day Cover and Stamp

bound with annotations of realised prices and buyer

Presentation Packs

names; and another copy unmarked£20-30

140. A large quantity of assorted Silver Plate, in three

132. A leather cased set of OS Maps of Scotland


retailed by Edward Stanford, Long Acre, WC., 17 in total

Lot 141 141. A Majolica Cheese Dome and Stand of basket Lot 133

weave design with a central band of flowers, 30 cms high£20-40

Lot 144

Lot 145 Lot 142 142. A late 19th/early 20th Century French shaped porcelain dish of foliate design, the centre painted with a scene of an elegant couple in a woodland, signed

145. A 19th Century bone and red stained Chess Set, the largest pieces 8.5 cms high£50-80 146. Three brass First World War Christmas Tins, 'Christmas 1914'

"Nicot" lower right, and decorated with gilt foliage, 42 cm. long, printed interlaced "L" mark with an "A" between and "FRANCE" below£30-50

Lot 147 147. Victorian silver backed Dressing Table Brushes and a Mirror, mark of William Comyns, London 1893; another silver backed Brush; and three silver mounted glass Dressing Table Jars/Bottles (8) Lot 143


143. A pair of late 19th Century clear and cranberry

148. A silver Mustard, Sheffield 1912, with blue glass

glass Lustres with shaped rims, 37 cm high £100-120

liner, and a silver Spoon, Birmingham 1904 and 3 pairs

144. A good set of six 19th Century cut Wine Glasses

plated Dessert Knives and Forks

with hobnail bowls on knopped stems and star cut

149. A Bidri Cigarette Box, 12cm wide £30-40

circular foot; a similar cut glass pedestal Salt and six

150. A cased set of 6 Fruit Knives and Forks and a

further pieces including three green Table Glasses

cased set of Fish Knives and Forks


151. A three-piece electro plated Tea Set

Lot 149 152. A Victorian antler-handled and electroplate mounted three-piece Carving Set, in a fitted case£2030 153. A large quantity of Tiger Shells

Lot 154 154. A Chess Set in box (Note: 2 replacement Pawns) 155. An assorted group of figural porcelain to include a Huntsman and Hounds; a Hound; a group playing musical instruments etc (11) 156. A mixed lot of silver including a cased set of silver Butter Knives, Sheffield 1913; a pair of Table Knives, 1902; an unusual silver Napkin Ring, Birmingham, 1920 the top set with amber between rope twist borders; assorted Spoons; and 7 further silver and plated Napkin Rings£30-50

Lot 157 (Detail) 158. A Victorian leather Jewellery Box, retailed by Melliship & Harris, 111 Westbourne Grove, London, with brass inset handle, containing a small quantity of assorted Costume Jewellery £10-20 159. A mixed group of silver to include a silver Wine Coaster, Birmingham 1985; a single rat tail Table Spoon, London 1902; five Sterling silver Bangles; a cased set of six silver Teaspoons, Sheffield 1973; and a WWI Matchbox Holder 'Farewell from the Woman's branch, Bombay Presidency'£50-80 160. An American World War II M4 Bayonet£30-40 161. A 1959 SLR Bayonet; An American No. 7 Bayonet; an AK47 Russian Bayonet and a

Lot 157 157. A set of six Victorian silver Teaspoons and Sugar Tongs, mark of George Adams, London, 1882, with Kingfisher decoration, in a fitted case£70-100

reproduction SS Dagger (4)£40-50 162. A 19th Century green glazed Bust of Pallisy, the base inscribed "GILLE JNE Fab. PARIS", 34cm high £100-120

165. A 19th Century Continental bronze of The Spinario, after the antique, 19.5 cms high, on an associated turned wood stand£80-120

Lot 162 163. An African turned wood Drinking Cup, with tapering stem on spreading foot, 18 cms high£20-30

Lot 166 166. A single Ormolu and white marble Candlestick, with fluted stem on a circular acanthus leaf and fluted base, 29 cms high£50-80 Lot 164 164. Three various 19th Century figural groups, a male and female figure each with a basket of apples; and an amorous couple beneath an umbrella (3)

Lot 165

Lot 167

167. A blue and white decorated tin glaze Jug, 19cm

175. An Iznik pottery Vase painted with flowers and

high (loss and flaking)£60-80

scrolling foliage. 29.5 cms high (large chip to rim)£80120

Lot 176 176. A small 20th Century Cantonese Vase; a pair of Lot 168 168. An Iznik pottery Vase, decorated with trailing foliage and flowers in blue and green (restoration to

Imari fluted Vases; a modern Chinese Famille rose Vase on stand; and a small Cloisonne enamel Box and cover (5)

rim and cracks) 21.5cm high £50-80 169. A Coalport Figure 'Lady Caroline at The Summer Garden Party' and another similar Figure 'Olivia' (2) 170. A Royal Doulton Figure 'Joanne' HN3422 171. A Royal Doulton Figure 'Ellen' HN3992 172. A Royal Doulton Figure 'Kirsty' HN2381 173. A Royal Doulton Figure 'Soiree' HN2312 174. A Royal Doulton 'Sara' HN3308

Lot 177 177. A pair of Meissen style Dinner Plates with moulded border and gilt rims, painted with central bird on a branch and flowers and insects, underglaze blue cross swords mark, 24.5cm wide£60-80 178. A mid 20th Century Studio Pottery Bowl, with light and dark brown wavy line decoration to the interior on an oatmeal glaze, incised mark. 18.5 cms diam 179. A Japanese Imari Charger of shaped circular form, well painted with a central vase of flowers seated in a landscape, 31cm diameter£40-60 180. A Group of 6 assorted Toby Jugs including a musical example, Beswick & others unmarked£40-80 181. An Indian miniature portrait of a Lady holding a Lot 175

flower, signed in black ink£30-50

Lot 179

Lot 182

Lot 180

Lot 183 183. F L Morse (English School, Early 20th Century) A Street in Tarascon Oil on card. 11cm x 8cm Titled to a paper label affixed to the reverse £50-80 183A. Two Edwardian Parasols, one with silver mounted handle, Chester 1906, the other with unusual Lot 181 182. An English porcelain Plaque, well painted with robins in a nest amongst foliage, signed 'G Evans' lower right, 25.5 x 21 cms £50-80

bentwood handle£40-60 184. An early/mid 20th Century Italian ceramic model of a half naked female figure standing beside a fawn, entitled 'Preciosa' to the base, 33 cm. high£40-80

Lot 185

Lot 183A

Lot 188 Lot 184

188. A Victorian electroplated trumpet Vase,

185. Two Parian Ware Busts of Roman Figures

naturalistically cast with fruiting vines on a rocky base,

186. An oval cut glass Table Lamp Base. 17 cms

31.5cm high £40-60


189. Three German salt glaze stoneware Jugs, two

187. An unusual oatmeal and blue glaze Studio

with hinged covers, the largest 6.5 in high£10-20

Pottery Spill Vase, signed to base. 28.5 cms high

'The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in Westminster Abbey, June 2nd 1953, the Duke of Edinburgh about to pay homage' Boldly signed in ink and numbered No 494 61 x 81 cms£200-300

Lot 190 190. A pair of Continental four light figural Candelabra, 35cm high (minor damages and restoration) 191. The Foreign Tour of Messrs Brown, Jones &

Lot 195 195. A Davenport porcelain part Dessert Service, circa 1870 with turquoise border, gilt decoration and shaped rims, comprising 12 plates and two serving dishes (14)

Robinson, Richard Doyle, published Bradbury & Evans, London, 1854, First Edition (wear to binding, spine damaged, some damage to pages); and a copy of Punch, Volume Eighteen, 1850 (wear and damage to spine) 192. Royal Doulton miniature Toby, floral Posies and other miniature decorative ware 193. A group of assorted 19th Century and later Works including: Tales of a Grandfather, Cadell & Co, Edinburgh 1830; The Beauties of Sheridan, Alfred Howard, printed by T Davison; Poetical Works of Robert Browning, 1872, Vol II; Selections from the Poetical Works of Robert Browning, 1882; Mark Twain's Choice Works, Chatto and Windus, 1892; Adventures of Gerard, Arthur Conan Doyle, Smith,

Lot 196 196. An English 19th Century Majolica figural Centrepiece with pierced bowl on foliate 'C' scroll base; and a pair of smaller 19th Century Majolica Comports with pierced bowls (a/f)£70-100

Elder & Co, London, 1908 etc (11)

Lot 194 194. After Sir Terence Cuneo.

Lot 197

197. A large Japanese Satsuma baluster Vase, decorated in typical colours and heightened in gilt with various scholars and soldiers, signed in red to base. 58 cms high£30-50

Lot 198 198. A Georgian mahogany low Chest of two short and two long drawers and on bracket feet, width 105 cms£100-150

Lot 207

199. An arched Wall Mirror in the form of a window

213. Assorted brass Fireirons; Coal Shovel; a silver

200. A Victorian Towel Rail

plated Chalice; brass Candlestick etc

201. William H Vernon

214. Welsh Coastal Pilot Houses, Oil on Canvas.

Sheep in the shade of an oak tree

Another Oil on Canvas of Figures & Horses on track; a

Watercolour. Signed. 24 x 32.5 cms£40-50

Collage of Silhouettes; and 2 Watercolours (5)£20-30

202. A Barometer/Thermometer in a carved oak case 203. A Flemish Needlework Panel of Figures outside a tavern and assorted Oil Paintings etc 204. A Continental Shallow Dish centred with figure of a seated Lady on a gilt stand, a set of 5 floral Wall Plates, 3 Cups and Saucers and a Tea Plate 205. Copper Warming Pan, Kettle and Guernsey Milk Can (3) 206. Masons, Noritake and other Dinner and Teaware 207. An ebonised Pier Cabinet (in distressed condition)

Lot 215

208. A Victorian white painted Chest of two short and

215. Arthur Ransome and other assorted Works and

three long graduated drawers, width 104 cms


209. Masons 'Regency' pattern Dinner and Teaware

216. Two cast Chimney Back Crooks, Horse bit etc

210. A Bedroom Chest of 4 long drawers

217. Royal Doulton 'Rondelay' pattern Tea and Coffee

211. A mixed lot to include a bronze Mortar; a pair of

Ware, a Teapot Stand etc

brass Candlesticks; a Dartmouth green glaze Fish

218. An early Child's pull along horse and putt and a

Vase; various Desk Accessories; Harmonica etc

wooden model hump back bridge (2)

212. Print of a girl feeding rabbits, other Pictures and

219. A miniature oval oak Gateleg Table, width 66 cms

Prints and 2 Mirrors

220. A small oval oak Gateleg Table, width 90 cms

221. An Edwardian inlaid mahogany small Side Table fitted with 2 drawers, width 50 cms 222. A set of 4 oak Dining Chairs, with studded leather seats and backrests 223. A framed Needlework Tapestry Panel of roses and other flowers 30 x 135 cms£20-40 224. A square Wall Mirror in gilt frame, 56 cms 225. Barratt's floral part Tea Service and other assorted Tea and Decorative Ware and sundry metalware 226. A Second World War Warden's Helmet and a Camouflage Helmet (2) 227. An early rustic Cupboard, width 77 cms 228. A Victorian narrow walnut Bookcase with glazed door (A/F) and 6 adjustable shelves, width 84 cms, height 207 cms 229. A mahogany Bookcase with pair of astragal glazed doors and 2 adjustable shelves and with two drawers and cupboards under, width 133 cms, height 211 cms£80-120

Lot 232 232. A large group Chinese and Japanese ceramics and works of art, to include three inlaid panels; assorted porcelain; a pair of Japanese pottery figures; a yellow ground jar and cover etc.£30-50 233. A reproduction mahogany Wine Table; a Magazine Rack; a pair of Bellows; an oak cased Smiths Barometer, a cased Aldis Projector; a Cosby of Windsor Trouser Press etc

Lot 234 234. A Middle Eastern Rug of geometric foliate design in blue and red, 155 x 200 cms 235. A mixed group of Watercolours and Prints, various artists, all 20th Century including a study of a property at Ham near Creech St Michael Lot 230

236. A set of four oak Dining Chairs, with carved

230. Victorian School

bulbous frontal supports, studded leather seats and

Oil on Canvas. Woodmen in a forest. 92 x 60 cms

backrests and a matching Carver Chair (5)

231. An early oak Dresser with two short drawers, the

237. A large assortment of Table Linen, Table Cloths,

boarded rack over with two shelves, width 142 cms,

Napkins etc, most embroidered

height 189 cms£150-250

238. A Smokers bow Armchair, with turned spindle backrest £60-80

253. A Victorian Wall Clock in an ornate carved case 254. A Victorian Wall Clock with enamel dial 255. A group of English early 20th Century Watercolours and Pastels, landscapes and figure studies; and one painting on glass of birds amongst foliage (7)

Lot 239, 238 & 240 239. A Smokers bow Armchair, with turned spindle backrest £60-80 240. A Smokers bow Armchair, with openwork splat and turned spindle backrest £60-80 241. A dwarf set of 3-tier Open Bookshelves 242. A box of cast and white enamel Wall Signage Lettering 243. A black painted metal Deed Box by Hadden Best & Co., London containing a Surveyor's Chain and two twin-handled Cabinet Maker's Tools

Lot 256 256. A cast bound and baize lined silver chest with brass name plate 'M. F. Stapytton Esq' on the front and maker's label 'R & S Garrard & Co, Goldsmiths to the Crown, Haymarket, London W'. Width 80 cms

244. Two boxes of assorted Treen; wood stands; Russian Dolls etc£5-10 245. A mixed group to include: a good quality cut glass Ship's Decanter; and Art Deco shape glass Decanter and Stopper; a cut glass Bowl with plated mount; a pottery Salt Pig; electroplated Kings pattern Flatware; other silver plate etc£10-20 246. An inlaid Work Box and a miniature carved Stool, a Wall Mirror and a folding Shooting Stick (4) 247. Coal Box, Bellows, Companion Set, and assorted brassware 248. Guernsey copper Milk Can, brass horses, metalware, Trivet Stand, Treen etc 249. A group of mixed 19th Century and later Tea and Coffee Wares, various makers and dates including Royal Albert; Dresden; Crown Staffordshire; Sunderland lustre; a Chinese blue and white Bowl and Saucer (A/F); other modern miniature Teapots etc 250. A low Chest of 3 long drawers with brass drop handles 251. An oak framed Firescreen with woolwork panel of a cottage and garden and a light oak 2-lap Tea Trolley 252. A light oak Gateleg Table

Lot 257 (Part) 257. A graduated set of four 19th Century Copeland Meat Dishes, each printed with game birds and other fowl and six matching Dinner Plates printed with various fowl; together with three further Meat Plates with damaged (13)£20-40 258. S G Marley A pair of Watercolours Continental Street Scenes 259. A carved oak Bible Box, a Sewing Box and a 'Blue Bird' Sweet Tin (3)

268. A small light oak Desk with fall front and 2 shelves under, width 56 cms 269. An early rustic Cupboard with cast hinges, width 76 cms

Lot 259 (Part) 260. A Victorian Towel Rail and a Storage Box with carrying handle (2) 261. 'Wonders of Animal Life', 4 Volumes, edited by J A Hammerton, Published by The Amalgamated Press Ltd, London 262. A Victorian oak Cabinet with pair of panelled doors 263. A Georgian mahogany 4 division Tea Caddy on later stand of 2 short drawers and on 4 equal squared tapering supports 264. A mahogany framed oval Wall Mirror 265. A carved oak Spinning Stool and 4 rustic Stools 266. A painted Blanket Box

Lot 270 270. A Victorian pine Standing Corner Cupboard with curved back, arched shelved interior and cupboard under, height 198 cms£150-200 271. A 1930's oak Occasional Table 272. A Georgian oak Side Table with single drawer 273. A Victorian stoneware Jelly Mould (a/f)

Lot 267 267. A large gilt and black painted Chandelier of Empire style, early 20th Century, with four scrolling foliate branches and chains dependent, 98cm high, 108cm wide £200-300

Lot 274

274. Two Middle Eastern Wool Prayer Rugs, the largest 120 x 70 cms and one other Kilim style Rug (3) 275. A Hornsea Pottery 'Bronte' pattern part Tea and Coffee Service£20-30 276. A Continental Side Cabinet with two short drawers and cupboards under, width 146 cms 277. An oak Dressing Chest with swing mirror and 3 long drawers under

Lot 286

Lot 278 278. Harold Prynne

Lot 287

View of a Mediterranean town. Pastel. Signed and dated '1956' 29 x 46 cms£20-30 279. An oak Work Box with hinged lid and drawer under 280. A mid 20th Century Voltmeter by Philip Harris & Co Ltd, Birmingham 281. A Georgian inlaid mahogany rectangular foldover Card Table, the four squared tapering supports with spade feet, width 89 cms£100-150 282. A rectangular oak Coffee Table with nest of two tables under 283. An oval oak Gateleg Table 284. A boxed of mixed Antiques Magazines and old Auction Catalogues, mostly Philips and including Greenslade Hunt 285. Three Chippendale style mahogany Dining chairs, with drop in seats and on claw and ball frontal supports (Note: one in pieces) 286. A small dark oak Coffer, with carved panelled front, width 90 cms £100-150 287. An Indian black painted Day Bed, with spindle supports

Lot 288 288. A pair of 19th Century Lithographs after George Morland 289. A leather upholstered and studded Armchair 290. A Late Victorian Chaise Longue with floral upholstery, with scroll ends, open backrest and on four turned supports, length 178cms£80-120 291. A set of 4 Victorian mahogany balloon back Dining Chairs with drop in seats on turned frontal supports 292. A set of 4 oak Dining Chairs with cane seats and backrests 293. English School, 19th Century Cattle resting in a landscape, a pair, watercolours,

unsigned; and a Shepherd and his flock in a wooded

299. A hexagonal green and gilt painted Display

landscape, watercolour and pastel, indistinctly signed

Cabinet of pagoda style, height 193 cms

and dated lower right 'Bates'; 294. Three rail back Chairs with elm seats and 2 other Kitchen Chairs (5) 295. A pair of upholstered Dining Chairs and a hoop back Chair with spindle backrest (30 296. A balloon back Dining Chair, a rush seat Chair and a spindle back Chair (3) 297. A rectangular oak Refectory style Dining Table, 170 x 82 cms

Lot 298 298. An elm Dough Bin and Cover on 4 squared supports, 98 cms

Lot 300 300. A Longcase Clock, the brass dial signed 'Richard Watkin' and contained in a light oak case, the canopy with caddy top. Height 209 cms£200-300

Lot 301 301. A large wool Kandahar Rug of foliate design in pink, green and blue on a deep blue ground 270 x 370 cms 302. Three oak Dining Chairs with studded leather seats and backrests 303. A Stick back Windsor Armchair£50-70 304. A single Kitchen Chair and a cane seat Bedroom Lot 299

Chair (2)

305. Three Dining Chairs, with openwork splat backs

314. Sundry brass and pewter ware

and studded seats

315. An oak Side Table with single drawer, on four turned supports joined by stretcher rail, width 86 cms£30-50

Lot 306 306. Military Engraving by W Heath of Wellington and his Officers later laid onto canvas the inscription cut and affixed to the reverse (a/f) 307. Three oak Dining Chairs with cane backrests and drop in seats

Lot 316 316. A 2-handled circular beaten copper Log Bin 317. An oval swivel 2-lap oak Coffee Table on trestle supports 318. A Kneehole Dressing Table, with swing Mirror over, and four drawers under, width 108 cms

Lot 308

Lot 319

308. A panelled oak Hall Seat, the five turned supports

319. Beswick and other Figures of Cows and Calves

joined by stretcher rails, width 169 cms£150-250 309. An African carved hardwood twin handled pot; and an African carved Stool in the form of an Elephant (2)£20-40 310. A Victorian spoon back Nursing Chair, with button back and on carved cabriole frontal supports 311. Lady Lucy A. Hume-Williams 'Lydd'. A Village street scene in Kent Watercolour Initialled and incised on gallery label verso 27.5 x 35 cms£70-80 312. A small 2-lap Gateleg Table 313. An oak Bedside Cabinet with drawer and cupboard under

Lot 320

320. Brass Fender and Fire Dogs and two Trivet Stands etc 321. A Side Cabinet with single drawer and cupboard under, width 102 cms

Lot 328 (Part) 333. A pitch pine Single Wardrobe (in pieces), width 102 cms 334. A Georgian inlaid mahogany 'D' shaped foldover Tea Table, width 87 cms £60-80 335. A Zither 336. A 1930's light oak Occasional Table with undershelf 337. A Wine Table with shaped circular top, turned pedestal and on tripod splay supports 338. A Chest of 3 long graduated drawers on bracket Lot 322 322. A Victorian oak Wall Bracket, carved with scrolling leafage 323. A glass Punch Bowl with 12 Cups 324. A white painted pedestal Chest of 3 drawers, width 77 cms 325. Kitchen Scales by F. J. Thornton & Co, Birmingham with a selection of weights 326. A light oak Bedside Cupboard with an inset marble top 327. A large set of 5 tier oak Bookshelves, with 4 panelled cupboards under, width 224 cms, height 212

feet, width 106 cms 339. A carved and painted wood figural Table Lamp 340. A Victorian glass Dome on ebonised plinth with presentation inscription for 1877 (the dome A/F) 341. A pair of Blacksmith's Bellows 342. A selection of Torquay Ware 343. Willow pattern and other blue and white Dinner Ware, Jugs etc 344. Nest of two Occasional Tables, two Stools and a Wall Mirror 345. A wooden Fire Surround, width 140 cms 346. A buttoned Dressing Stool and two other Stools

cms£200-300 328. A large selection of Novels by Elinor M BrentDyer 329. A Hornsea 'Palatine' pattern part Coffee Service 330. A resin Figure of a Dragon 331. Assorted Cow Creamers, Cow Money Box etc (on two shelves) 332. A stained glass Panel depicting roses with arched top

Lot 347

347. Assorted Treen to include Candlesticks,

358. A rectangular oak Box, with triple numbered

Bookrack, Bellows, Boxes, Tobacco Jar and sundry

locking mechanism, width 47 cms


359. A Victorian mahogany rectangular Chest of two

348. Decorative ware to include Vases, Jugs, Plates,

deep panelled short drawers, above 3 long graduated

Leaf Dishes etc

drawers with turned handles and on bun feet, width

349. Early elm Coffer with candle box, width 126 cms

115 cms£200-300

350. A group of Woodworking Tools to include a large

360. A large mixed Group of Ceramics and Glass to

Plane; Chisels etc

include Poole Pottery; German Stoneware, purple

351. A rectangular pine Cupboard with pair of panelled

glass Decanter and Liqueur Glasses with silver overlay

doors, width 86 cms, height 93 cms

etc£10-20 361. An ebonised Cupboard the twin panelled doors painted with curve of flowers and birds, the tops and sides with similar decoration and fitted with shelves, width 90 cms 362. A silvered copper Tray; Cobra form Candlestick and other metalware 363. An early 20th Century 'Shannon Filing Cabinet' manufactured by The Schlict & Field Co Ltd, Toronto, Canada, with an arrangement of 15 small drawers

Lot 352 352. A Staffordshire flatback Group and a selection of

364. Two Early 20th Century British Rail Signal Boxes £70-90

13 Staffordshire and other Jugs 353. A Victorian mahogany rectangular Chest of two short and three long drawers with turned handles and on plinth base, width 116 cms£80-120 354. A World Globe, the wooden stand with inset compass 355. A Treen Fruit Bowl in the shape of a fish 356. A carved oak Sideboard, with two short drawers above a pair of panelled cupboards and on turned bulbous supports, width 152 cms 357. A group of five various Office Signs comprising three for the Phoenix Assurance Co; Eagle Star; and Central Insurance Co (5)

Lot 365 365. A Victorian polychrome plaster Hall Bracket with fruiting vine decoration, 36cm wide£50-80 366. A Windsor & Newton table top Shop Display Case with glazed cover and three drawers to the reverse, 46cm wide £120-140 367. A rectangular Chest, the marble top with four graduated drawers under. Width 99 cms Lot 358

370. A Victorian inlaid walnut Davenport, with inset leather top and fitted with four side drawers, width 56 cms, height 85 cms£100-150 371. An oak circular tilt top Tripod Table, diam 68 cms 372. A Georgian mahogany circular tilt top Tripod Table, diam 67 cms 373. A walnut Bedside Cabinet and a Queen Anne style Dining Chair (2) 374. A single lap Table on 4 pedestal feet 375. A reproduction serpentine fronted miniature Chest on Chest of 6 graduated drawers and on bracket feet, Lot 366

width 54 cms, height 131 cms 376. A hand beaten copper Bowl with shaped rim on circular pedestal foot, 24 cms diam 377. A rectangular oak Chest of two short and three long graduated drawers, width 106 cms 378. A triple Dressing Table Mirror 379. An HMV Gramophone in oak cabinet 380. Six various Embroidery Pictures and Tapestry Panels, all framed£10-20 381. A Victorian rectangular mahogany Chest of two short and 3 long graduated drawers with turned

Lot 368

handles, width 110 cms£80-120

368. An Oriental carved wood Table Cabinet, the

382. A rectangular mahogany Box Commode

pierced doors enclosing an arrangement of 6 drawers,

383. Two Boxes of Children's Books and Annuals to

42 cms high

include Blue Peter, Daily Mail Boys Annual, Dr Who etc 384. A Victorian mahogany Chest of two short and three long drawers, width 102 cms£50-70

Lot 385 th

385. A 19 Century Violin by Louis Lowendall dated 1883 and two Bows in case. Paper label to the Lot 369

interior. £100-£200

369. An oak Cricket Table with undershelf, 76 cms

386. Giles Annuals and various Works and Novels


387. A leather Gladstone Bag, stamped with the name

'J. R. Fox'

including: Reptiles and Birds, Figuier; The Ocean

388. A cast paper Hole Punch

World, Figuier; Handbook of Astronomy , Dionysius

389. Coal Helmet, Dressing Stool and an oval

Lardner, 1875; The Ingoldsby Legends; The History of

Occasional Table with undershelf (3)

England, David Hume, 1869; Familiar Wild Birds, W

390. A selection of Naval Crests on oak shields, and a

Swaysland 1901; Everyman his Own Horse Doctor,

Picture of a Commander in full dress

George Armatage; The Life of Wellington, W H

391. Assorted Tea and decorative ware,

Maxwell, 1883; Twenty Good Ships, Gunby Hadath,

Commemorative Mugs etc

1933 etc, many in good quantity leather bindings£40-

392. A Georgian oak rectangular 2-lap Dining Table,


135 x 104 cms

404. A Barometer/Thermometer in a carved oak case

393. Two boxes of Children's Books to include Enid

by J. Scott, Taunton

Blyton and Nancy Drew

405. A mahogany inlaid Plant Stand with undershelf

394. After Mary Brown. Still life of flowers.

406. Landscape and other Watercolours and Prints

Reproduction Print

and a framed Display of John Player & Sons, Poultry

395. An Edwardian inlaid Jardiniere Stand


396. Assorted Pictures and Prints and assorted O.S.

407. An Oil Lamp, with etched glass shade, green

Maps (on shelf)

glass reservoir and cast base

397. After David Shepherd. Storm over Amboselli. Reproduction Print 398. A rectangular mahogany Ladies Writing Table with lift up lid opening to reveal an inset leather top & with pigeon holes and 2 small drawers, width 85 cms 399. A dark oak Coffin Stool, and a small light oak Stool (2) 400. A Victorian Occasional Table with single drawer 401. A group of blue and white Ceramics comprising: a 19th Century Willow pattern Sauce Tureen and Cover; a Willow pattern Side Plate; a Wedgwood 'Marne' pattern Sauce Tureen, Cover and Ladle (the cover a/f); Delft moon flask shape Vase and a Japanese 20th Century Bowl decorated with fish 402. Set of 4 tier oak open Bookshelves, width 94 cms

Lot 408 (Part) 408. A miniature ebonised Table Cabinet and a wooden Cabinet with pair of panelled doors (2) 409. An Overmantel Mirror in an arched inlaid frame, width 74 cms 410. A Measuring Device with paper rollers and Lot 403 (Part) 403. A good group of 19th Century and later volumes

compass by Aston and Maunder Ltd, London, with case

411. A set of early Office Postal Scales by Todd

Owl, all signed to base, the largest 14.5 cms high (all

Protectograph Co.


412. A selection of Cut and other Table Glass, two Decanters, Fruit Bowl etc 413. An oak hanging Corner Cupboard with 2 shaped shelves, height 98 cms£80-120 414. A Writing Bureau with fall front and three long drawers under 415. Three-tier Open Bookshelves, width 83 cms 416. Portmeirion 'Phoenix' pattern Coffee Ware

Lot 430 (Part)

417. An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bow front Display

430. A Collection of 11 David Winter Cottages various

Cabinet with leaded glass door, width 62 cms£50-70

sizes including: Orchard Cottage; Drovers; Miner;

418. Two cast and painted Spelter Figures of Fleur

Market Street; Spinners Cottage; Toll Keepers

D'Ete and Fleur D'Autamne after Grillemin and

Cottage; Tythe Tin Mine; Rose etc; and two Lilliput

Moveau, 50 cms high£20-30

Lane examples£70-100

419. J R Henderson

431. A reproduction twin pedestal Desk with green

Cottage scene with cattle and poultry

leather top and nine drawers under, 124 x 62




432. A China Hen on Nest, Oriental and other Plates,

17.5 x 25 cms£40-50

Figure, glass Bowl, sundry Brass, Book Plates etc

420. Francis F Partridge

433. An oak Coal Box

A moonlit river landscape

434. Austrian Glass including 2 Vases and a lidded Jar

Pencil and watercolour

and a similar Tazza

Signed lower left

435. A Crown Devon Fielding Toilet Jug, Wash Bowl,

421. Lady Irene French

Chamber Pot and Soap Dish

Figures by a Barn, Surrey

436. A mahogany twin pedestal Desk with inset leather


top, the central drawer under flanked by eight side

Signed and inscribed on gallery label verso

drawers, 120 x 60 cms£100-200

16 x 25 cms£50-70

437. A selection of Pictures and Prints

422. After Robert Morden. 'Dorsetshire', a framed

438. A small Oriental cork work Picture; and a

County Map

reproduction Print after F Arnold of a moonlit river

423. Five assorted Wall Mirrors

landscape (2)

424. A Country Artists model of a Barn Owl, No.

439. 19th Century English School

CA431, on circular wood base, 22 cms high (with

Figures on an extensive rocky shoreline



425. A Picquotware four-piece Tea Service£20-30

and the Companion, similar. A pair (2)

426. Mixed decorative Ceramics including a Lily of the

22.5 x 32.5 cms£150-180

Valley decorated part Tea Service; Jugs; Tureens and

440. A Claret Jug, Chamber Pot, 2 pewter Tankards

Mugs etc

441. A Tiffany style glass Shade. 30 cms diam£10-20

427. Ruby glass including Caster, Slender Jug and

442. Engineering Workshop Practice, in 3 Volumes,

Sherries with ruby glass bowls

Carton Publishing Co Ltd; and Molesworth's Pocket

428. Plated Teapot and Sugar bowl by Mappin &

Book of Engineering Formulae, 29th Edition

Webb, a Hot Water Pot and a Jug (4)

443. A mixed group of English 19th Century porcelain

429. Three Mats Jonasson glass pieces, each of an

comprising a part Tea Service with blue and gilt decoration and gadroon borders; a single Saucer

decorated in pink and gilt; a Coalport 'Felspar' porcelain Dessert Plate, painted with sprays of flowers with a pink border; 3 Dressing Table Trays; a Teapot and a covered Jug; a pair of small baluster Vases (a/f); and an oval covered Sugar Bowl circa 1820; a Minton Dish and Strainer and a Cake Stand (25) 444. A carved oak Court Cupboard with panelled front and undershelf, width 132 cms£100-150 445. Two small Wade Vases, a Majolica Leaf Dish and Falcon Ware Planter and an openwork Basket 446. A mahogany bow fronted Chinese Display Cabinet with two shelves and on 4 claw and ball supports, width 102 cms£60-80 447. A Cuckoo Clock with carved bird and leaf decoration 448. A Cheval Mirror on brass frame£30-40

Lot 450 450. A Victorian pine Cupboard on Chest with pair of panelled doors above two short and two long graduated drawers on plinth bases, width 128 cms, height 215 cms£200-300 451. A reproduction oak Cupboard with pair of glazed leaded doors, enclosing two shelves and with pair of cupboards under, width 100 cms

Lot 449 449. A Georgian mahogany Linen Press, the upper portion with a pair of panelled doors opening to reveal three sliding trays, with two short and two long graduated drawer under with turned handles and on four turned supports, width 130 cms, height 206 cms £200-300 Lot 452

452. A Georgian inlaid mahogany Bureau Bookcase, the upper portion with an astragal glazed doors and 3 adjustable shelves, the fall front bureau fitted with central cupboards flanked by 8 small drawers and pigeon holes and with 4 long graduated drawers under and on bracket feet, width 130 cms, height 237 cms£300-400 An Indo-Portuguese mother of pearl Bowl £4,000

A Chinese export ‘Tobacco Leaf’ Teapot £2,800


Lot 453 453. An oak Dresser, with three shelves over and with three short drawers and panelled cupboards under, width 168 cms, height 210 cms£250-350 454. A large selection of mostly early 20th Century Works and Novels including 9 volumes of Dickens, Chapman & Hall 1867; 1950's Antique Dealers Fair Catalogues; With Lawrence in Arabia, 27th Impression etc

Sold Last Antique Sale An extensive Victorian silver presentation Tea Service by Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1868. Estimate £5,000 - £8,000 to be included in our 3rd May Sale THURSDAY 3RD MAY 2012 THURSDAY 17TH MAY 2012 (To include a special section of Collectors’ Items)


A Victorian Corkscrew By Robert Jones & Sons, Cheapside, Birmingham £10,600

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