Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables Day 2

Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables Day 2 Wednesday 24 October 2012 10:00 The Canterbury Auction Galleries 40 Station Road West Cante...
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Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables Day 2 Wednesday 24 October 2012 10:00

The Canterbury Auction Galleries 40 Station Road West Canterbury Kent CT2 8AN

The Canterbury Auction Galleries (Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables Day 2 ) Catalogue Downloaded from UKAuctioneers.com

Lot: 550 A Chinese blue and white porcelain garlic-necked 'lotus scroll' bottle vase, with bulbous rim, slender waisted neck set with ribbed band dividing a painted stiff leaf border, the pear-shaped body painted with classic lotus scrolls in the Ming style, and painted with scroll and petal shaped borders to footrim, 13.75ins (349mm) high (Qing Dynasty, Yongzheng/early Qianlong period) Provenance: Purchased by the vendors mother before the second World War from a house sale in Reigate, Surrey Note: Blue and white wares painted in the classic Ming style adopting the 'heaping and pilling' technique were popular during the late Yongzheng and early years of the Qianlong Emperors reign. This example is a rare shape which appears to be unrecorded. Estimate: £40,000.00 - £60,000.00

character Kangxi mark in underglaze blue to base and of period) and rosewood stand for same Provenance: From the Collection of Willem Frederik van Heukelom (1858-1937) who lived at Museumplein 19, Amsterdam and thence by Family descent Estimate: £5,000.00 - £7,000.00

Lot: 556 A large Chinese porcelain and celadon glazed two-handled "Hu"shaped vase moulded in relief and decorated in underglazed blue with Immortals in a landscape and with elephant head pattern handles, 18.5ins (470mm) high (Qing Dynasty - 19th Century) Estimate: £6,000.00 - £8,000.00

Lot: 551

Lot: 557

A pair Chinese porcelain "Famille Noir" Rouleau vases painted with waterfall, flowers, blossoms, butterflies, birds and insects, 31.5ins (800mm) high (apocryphal Kangxi six character mark in underglaze blue to base - 19th Century) Estimate: £8,000.00 - £10,000.00

A pair of Chinese "Cantonese" porcelain "Famille Rose" vases moulded with two pairs of lions to the neck and dragons to the shoulder, enamelled in colours with two panels, one depicting soldiers in an interior, another a battle scene, on a ground painted with exotic birds and flowers, 24.75ins (628mm) high (late 19th/early 20th Century - one neck restored), and hardwood stands for same Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

Lot: 552 A Chinese porcelain bulbous miniature two-handled vase painted in the "Famille Verte" palette with four clawed dragons and cloud motifs on a pale yellow ground, the handles moulded with the heads of mythical beasts, 6.75ins (172mm) high (apocryphal Chenghua six character mark in underglazed blue to base - 19th Century - neck ground and chipped and flaking to interior of footrim and some discolouration to body), complete with ivory stand, pierced and carved with dragons Provenance: From the Collection of Willem Frederik van Heukelom (1858-1937) who lived at Museumplein 19, Amsterdam and thence by Family descent Note: Exhibited at The Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam 19th March 1948 to 15th October 1954 - Recorded and Illustrated in Catalogus Van Heukelom No. 176 (ms.nr. 175) Estimate: £4,000.00 - £6,000.00

Lot: 553

Lot: 554 A 19th Century Chinese blue and white porcelain baluster shaped vase decorated with six dignitaries standing on a terrace flanked by trees, 17.5ins (445mm) high (base decorated with twin concentric circular linings) Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

A Chinese pale sang-de-boeuf glazed porcelain "beehive" shaped water pot, the body incised with three circular cloud motifs, 5ins (128mm) diameter x 3.5ins (88mm) high (six

A Chinese porcelain "Famille Verte" circular dish painted with flowers and butterflies, 13.625ins (346mm) diameter (painted leaf in underglaze blue to base - Kangxi period 1662 - 1722 damaged) and carved wood stand for same Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 560 A Chinese porcelain "Famille Rose" reticulated hexagonal tea caddy and cover enamelled in colours with cranes, flowers and trellis ornament, 7.25ins (183mm) wide x 9.375ins (236mm) high (Qing Dynasty -18th Century - some paint loss) Estimate: £3,000.00 - £5,000.00

Lot: 561

A Chinese white glazed and incised porcelain "Dragon" vase, the baluster shaped body with flared rim, incised with four clawed dragon chasing a Flaming Pearl, all picked out in light blue wash, 7.75ins (192mm) high (apocryphal Chenghua six character mark in underglazed blue to base - Qing Dynasty 18th Century) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 555

Lot: 559

A Chinese porcelain "Medallion" bowl painted with four circular medallions and flowering branches on a fine pink glazed sgraffito ground, and with stylised leaf and floral ornament, the interior with eight pointed star motif in orange, blue, yellow and gilt, 5.625ins (143mm) diameter x 2.375ins (60mm) high, (apocryphal Daoguang square seal mark in underglaze blue to base, but not of period) Provenance : By repute from the Collection of the late Alfred Sallinger of Berlin, formed in the 1930s and thence by family descent Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

Lot: 562 A Chinese porcelain 'Wucai' 'Month' cup, painted with peony issuing from rockwork, an insect, and with a fourteen-character inscription and a seal mark Shang, 2.5ins (65mm) diameter x 2ins (51mm) high (apocryphal Kangxi six character mark in underglaze blue to base) Provenance: Purchased from Peter Le Rosignal Antiques , Jersey in 1980's Note: The cup represents the fourth month of the Chinese lunar year,

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The Canterbury Auction Galleries (Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables Day 2 ) Catalogue Downloaded from UKAuctioneers.com identified by red and yellow peony blooms Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

A pair of late 19th/early 20th Century Chinese porcelain reticulated vases of square section, moulded in relief and painted with two figures and cloud motifs to each side panel within turquoise borders, 9.5ins (240mm) high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 563 A Chinese porcelain 'Wucai' 'Month' cup, painted with lotus and mandarin ducks beneath a kingfisher in flight and with tencharacter inscription and a seal mark Shang, 2.5ins (65mm) diameter x 2ins (51mm) high (apocryphal Kangxi six character mark in underglaze blue to base) Provenance: Purchased from Peter Le Rosignal Antiques, Jersey in 1980's Note: This cup represents the sixth month of the Chinese lunar year, identified by a pair of mandarin ducks in a lotus pond Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 570 A pair of 19th Century Chinese porcelain baluster shaped vases painted with five toed dragons chasing the Sacred Pearl amongst clouds, 9.5ins (242mm) high (six character mark to bases) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 571 Lot: 564 A Chinese porcelain 'Wucai' 'Month' cup, painted with clusters of roses rising from rocks amidst two flying insects, and with a ten-character inscription and a seal mark Shang, 2.5ins (65mm) diameter x 2ins (51mm) high (apocryphal Kangxi six character mark in underglaze blue to base)Provenance: Purchased from Peter Le Rosignal Antiques, Jersey in 1980's Note: This cup represents the tenth month of the Chinese lunar year, identified by the flowering of the rose (yuegui), the inscription reads: Busui qianzhong jin, dufang yinian hong which may be translated 'Unlike the myriad blossoms that flower and wither, the rose alone is perennial and red' Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

A Chinese porcelain squat baluster shaped vase painted with five clawed dragons chasing Sacred Pearls amongst clouds, 7ins (178mm) high (four character mark to base) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 572 A Chinese porcelain squat vase of bell shape with everted neck, painted with a dragon and a phoenix chasing the Sacred Pearl amongst clouds, 5.5ins (140mm) high (four character mark to base) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 573 Lot: 565 A pair of Chinese porcelain 'Dragon' bowls, each painted with a grisaille and iron red five clawed dragon amongst flowers and foliage on a yellow ground and with turquoise key-fret border, 4.25ins (108mm) diameter x 2ins (51mm) high (apocryphal Qianlong seal marks in iron-red to bases) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 566 A Chinese porcelain and polychrome enamelled 'Dragon' bowl, 8.625ins (220mm) diameter x 3.5ins (92mm) high (Qing Dynasty - Kangxi period 1662-1722) Provenance: Sydney L. Moss Ltd, 1st July 1964 (invoice available) Note: Evans Inventory No. 414 Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 567 A Chinese underglaze blue and copper red porcelain 'Sanduo' bowl, painted with the 'Three Abundances', peaches, pomegranates and finger citrons, the interior with a lingzhi sprig, 8ins (203mm) diameter (Qianlong seal mark and of the period 1736-1795 - frits to rim) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 568 A late 18th Century Chinese Export blue and white porcelain charger, the centre painted with trees and birds by a lake within stylised borders, 18.5ins (467mm) diameter (rim restored and fritted in places), and ebonised stand for same Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 569

A Chinese porcelain blue and white vase of slender tapered form, painted with flowering branches, 14ins (356mm) high (with apocryphal Kangxi six-character mark in underglaze-blue to base - late 19th / early 20th Century) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 574 A Chinese porcelain vase painted in shades of green, red and aubergine with a mountainous and river landscape, 6.5ins (165mm) high (Ming Dynasty) Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 575 A Chinese "Swatow" porcelain charger painted in iron red and green with flowers and trellis to border, 13.25ins (336mm) diameter x 3.25ins (83mm) high (Ming Dynasty - Wanli period 1573-1617) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 576 A Chinese blue and white porcelain charger, the centre painted with a lotus flower and surrounded by panels of flowers, 14ins (350mm) diameter x 2.125ins (53mm) high (Kangxi period 16621722 - minor fritting to rim) Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 577 A Chinese blue and white "Kraak" porcelain charger decorated with two birds perched on a rocky outcrop and flowers, the border painted with panels of pomegranates and flowers,

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The Canterbury Auction Galleries (Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables Day 2 ) Catalogue Downloaded from UKAuctioneers.com 12.75ins (323mm) diameter x 2ins (50mm) high (Ming Dynasty Wanli period 1573-1619 - cracked) Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

A Chinese blue and white porcelain "Kraak" bowl of ribbed form painted with panels of birds, insects and sacred objects, the interior with a bird on a rock and flowering branches, 5.75ins (146mm) diameter x 3ins (76mm) high (Ming Dynasty) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 578 A Chinese blue and white porcelain circular pouring dish painted with a dragon and a phoenix amongst flowers and with band of cloud motifs to footrim, 5ins (126mm) diameter x 2.25ins (58mm) high (Ming Dynasty) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 587 A Chinese blue and white porcelain bowl, the interior decorated with pomegranates, the exterior with fruiting branches, 6ins (152mm) diameter (Qianlong seal mark and of the period 17961820 - restoration to rim) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 579 A pair of Chinese blue and white porcelain bottle shaped vases each painted with four panels of flowers, 8.25ins (210mm) high (Kangxi period 1662-1722 - one cracked) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 580 Two Chinese blue and white porcelain rose water sprinklers painted with trailing and scattered flowers, 7.5ins (190mm) and 7.25ins (185mm) high (Kangxi period - one cracked) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 581 A pair of Chinese blue and white porcelain bottle shaped vases painted with tear drop shaped panels of flowers, 7ins (178mm) high (Kangxi period) Estimate: £400.00 - £500.00

Lot: 582 Two miniature Chinese blue and white porcelain vases each painted with four vases of flowers, 5ins (127mm) and 5.25ins (133mm) high respectively (Kangxi period - Jade mark in underglazed blue to base) Estimate: £400.00 - £500.00

Lot: 588 A Chinese porcelain "Rouleau" vase painted in the "Famille Verte" palette with scenes in reserves depicting figures at domestic pursuits, on a yellow ground, between formalised borders, 17.5ins (444mm) high (Qing Dynasty - late 19th Century - four character mark in red to base with blue concentric circle - some wear to enamels) Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

Lot: 589 A pair of 18th Century Chinese blue and white porcelain plates painted with quails in a landscape, 9ins (228mm) diameter, a ditto pair painted with flowers within stylised landscape, 8.75ins (223mm) diameter, a circular saucer dish painted with a pagoda, a fir tree, a fenced garden, and river pattern, 9.25ins (235mm) diameter, and three Oriental plates, various Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 590 A Chinese porcelain figure of Shoulao, painted in colours with Chinese characters, fruit and flowers, 9ins (228mm) high (late 19th Century/early 20th Century - damaged) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 591

Lot: 583

A Chinese blue and white porcelain bulbous vase painted with two women, children and attendants on a terrace, 8.5ins (215mm) high (apocryphal four character Kangxi mark to base late 19th Century), and a ditto cylindrical vase painted with figures in a garden, 14.25ins (362mm) high Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

A pair of miniature Chinese blue and white porcelain vases each painted with three floral sprays, 3.75ins (95mm) high (Kangxi period) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 584 Two miniature Chinese blue and white porcelain bulbous vases painted with flowers, each 2.75ins (72mm) high, and four ditto miniature vases (Kangxi period - one very damaged) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 585 Three Chinese porcelain "Famille Rose" tea bowls and saucers painted with a woman on a donkey and a man on foot, tea bowls 1.5ins (38mm) high, saucers 4.5ins (115mm) diameter (Qing Dynasty - Yongzheng period 1723-1735 - minor chips) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 586

Lot: 592 A Chinese Export blue and white porcelain conical bowl, the exterior with four shaped panels painted with figures in a landscape on a trellis pattern ground, 11ins (280mm) diameter x 5.25ins (134mm) high (firing crack to rim), and two ditto octagonal plates painted with river landscape, each 16ins (147mm) x 12.75ins (324mm) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 593 A Chinese porcelain circular plate painted in blue and iron red and decorated in gilt with a floral spray to centre within blue and gilt border, 11ins (278mm) diameter, two other Chinese porcelain plates variously painted, and twenty-four Chinese

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The Canterbury Auction Galleries (Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables Day 2 ) Catalogue Downloaded from UKAuctioneers.com porcelain blue and white plates and soup plates, all variously decorated (all with cracks) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

A Chinese porcelain circular dish painted in the "Famille Verte" palette with birds amongst flowering branches and rock work, 12ins (305mm) diameter (small chip to rim and gilding rubbed) Provenance : The Holezapfel Collection Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 594 A Chinese "Song" style porcelain brown glazed bowl, 3.875ins (98mm) diameter x 1.75ins (44mm) high, and a similarly glazed vase with sgraffito decoration, 4.5ins (140mm) diameter x 3.75ins (95mm) high Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 602 Three 18th Century Chinese armorial porcelain coffee cups enamelled in colours and gilt with the Arms of Baron Ducie of Fortworth, 2.25ins (57mm) high Note : The Baronetcy was created on 23rd April 1763 Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 595 Two Chinese blue and white porcelain plates painted with exotic birds in stylised landscapes within a formal border, 8.75ins (222mm) diameter (Qing Dynasty - Kangxi period 16621722 - blue concentric circle mark to base and trailing pattern of flowers and stems under the rim - some damage) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 603 An 18th Century Chinese porcelain bell shaped tankard enamelled in the "Famille Rose" palette with a deer in a landscape within a shaped cartouche, 4.75ins (120mm) high (chipped), and a ditto coffee cup enamelled with "Two Quail" pattern, 2.5ins (63mm) high Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 596 A pair of Chinese "Cantonese" porcelain cylindrical vases, enamelled in colours with shaped panels with figures in an interior, birds and flowers, 10.5ins (267mm) high (chipped), a pair of modern Chinese enamel bulbous vases, decorated with flowers and birds, 6ins (153mm) high, and stands for same and five other items of modern Cantonese enamel Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

A Chinese blue and white porcelain dish painted with flowers and insects and with panelled border, 14.25ins (370mm) diameter (two character seal mark - Kangxi period 1662 -1722 chips to rim) Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

Lot: 598 A Chinese Dehua porcelain "Blanc de Chine" seated laughing Buddha holding a string of beads in his left hand, 5.75ins (120mm) high x 6.25ins (125mm) wide (Qing Dynasty - surface a little discoloured and with various firing flaws and crazing to body) Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

A Chinese blue and white porcelain bulbous jar painted with figures on a terrace and in a pavilion, 6.75ins (172mm) high (late Ming Dynasty - rim restored) Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

A pair of 19th Century Chinese blue and white porcelain vases painted with river landscapes, 10ins (254mm) high (apocryphal Kangxi four character marks in underglaze blue to bases) Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 605

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Lot: 599

Lot: 604

A small Chinese porcelaneous stoneware jar with crackled celadon glaze, 2.25ins (57mm) high (Yuan Dynasty), and a Yueh Ware porcelaneous olive green glazed stoneware conical shaped dish, 6.25ins (159mm) diameter x 1.75ins (44mm) high (Tang Dynasty) Provenance : Bluett & Sons Ltd, 16th November 1972 and 4th April 1973 (invoices available) Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 606 Six Chinese blue and white porcelain saucer shaped dishes painted with figures in a landscape, 9.25ins (235mm) diameter (painted marks to bases), a ditto moulded lotus shaped dish painted with two women in a garden and phoenixes in flight, 8.5ins (216mm) diameter (six character mark and concentric blue circles to base), and a small selection of other Chinese porcelain, various Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 607

A pair of Chinese "Cantonese" porcelain "Famille Rose" baluster shaped vases enamelled in colours with figures in landscapes, flowers and butterflies, 14ins (355mm) high (extensively damaged) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

A pair of 18th Century Chinese blue and white porcelain plates, later enamelled in colours with two dragons amongst clouds, and with moths, 9.5ins (242mm) diameter, a pair of Chinese porcelain plates of shaped outline painted in "Famille Rose" colours with loose bouquet of flowers and separate specimens, 9ins (229mm), and an octagonal plate painted in the "Famille Verte" palette with a mountainous landscape, 9.75ins (248mm) diameter (damaged) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 601

Lot: 608

Lot: 600

Three Chinese blue and white porcelain "Lotus Scroll" bowls,

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The Canterbury Auction Galleries (Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables Day 2 ) Catalogue Downloaded from UKAuctioneers.com each 6.875ins (175mm) diameter x 3.125ins (80mm) high (Guangxu six character mark in underglazed blue to base and of period 1875-1908 - one cracked, two damaged and repaired) Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 616 A pair of Japanese porcelain 'Imari' baluster shaped vases and covers, painted in iron red, green, blue and gilt, with bold floral ornament, 13.25ins (336mm) high (with slight damage) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 609 A Chinese blue, white and copper red porcelain circular dish painted with a Sage and children in a landscape, the underside painted in "Powder Blue", 11.5ins (292mm) diameter (six character mark to base), and a 20th Century Chinese porcelain dish painted with herons amongst fir trees, 12.25ins (311mm) diameter (red seal mark to base) Estimate: £70.00 - £100.00

Lot: 617

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Lot: 618

A miniature Chinese blue and white porcelain cylindrical bottle shaped vase painted in iron red with various animals, 4.75ins (120mm) high, a Chinese "Famille Rose" porcelain spherical teapot and cover with moulded spout and painted with floral sprays, 5.5ins high (140mm), and a small selection of Chinese porcelain, various (mostly damaged) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 611 "The Nanking Cargo" - A Chinese blue and white porcelain dish painted with a two storey pavilion and retreat above a smaller waterside pavilion on a rocky river back, 8.75ins (223mm) diameter (gilt detail rubbed), an Imari porcelain tea bowl and saucer painted with the "Fenced Pine" pattern, a blue and white porcelain saucer painted with the "Blue Pine" pattern, 4.75ins (121mm diameter) and a selection of other Nanking Cargo wares Estimate: £350.00 - £400.00

A Japanese "Satsuma" pottery circular box and cover of lobed outline painted with a procession of figures, 4.25ins (116mm) wide x 1.5ins (32mm) high, and a ditto circular bowl of lobed form painted with a woman surrounded by Sages, 6ins (153mm) wide x 2.5ins (63mm) high Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

A Chinese "Cantonese" ivory rectangular glove box, the rim and base of shaped outline, the lid finely carved with pavilions and figures in a garden scene within carved leaf and floral scroll borders, conforming side panels, 10.15ins (257mm) x 4.25ins (110mm) x 2.5ins (64mm) high (Qing Dynasty - 19th Century joints opening around base and sides Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 619 A good Chinese "Cantonese" ivory wall mounted card rack, the four divisions finely fretted and carved with figures and pavilions, the side supports fretted and carved with birds, figures and trees, and the back plate finely carved in deep relief with two winged angels, six figures, butterflies, flowers and bamboos, 11.125ins (282mm) x 7.125ins (180mm) overall Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

Lot: 620 Lot: 612 A Korean stoneware funerary jar and cover, the lid and body incised with band of lines, 8.5ins (216mm) high (Silla Dynasty complete with certificate - chipped) Estimate: £100.00 - £200.00

A good Chinese ivory carving of a standing lohan modelled standing wearing long flowing robes, age cracks, wooden stand, 8ins (202mm) high (Ming Dynasty - 16th/17th Century) Provenance: T.Y.King, Hong Kong, purchased 1958 Estimate: £1,200.00 - £1,600.00

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Lot: 613 Two Japanese blue and white porcelain saucer shaped dishes, one painted with a bird and peony flower within stylised flowers, 11.625ins (295mm) diameter, and the other decorated with a flowering branch, 12.125ins diameter (308mm) diameter Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 614 A Japanese blue and white porcelain cylindrical umbrella stand decorated with birds and trees, 24.5ins (620mm) high x 8.5ins (250mm) diameter, contained in French brass two handled framing, the circular base with flared toes Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

A late 19th/early 20th Century Chinese "Cantonese" carved natural ivory and red stained ivory chess set, the King and Queen in the form of standing figures of a Mandarin and his wife, and with carved pierced "Puzzle Ball" pattern bases, King 6.75ins (172mm) high, Pawns 3.25ins (83mm) high (Puzzle Ball bases to White King and Queen damaged and repaired, minor chipping, some components and with minor damage) Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 622 A 19th Century Chinese "Cantonese" natural and red stained ivory chess set, Kings 3.625ins (92mm) high, Pawns 2ins (50mm) high, in stained wood display box Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 615 A Japanese blue and white porcelain cylindrical umbrella stand painted with prunus blossom, 9.5ins diameter x 24ins high (cracked) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 623 A 19th Century Chinese "Cantonese" ivory rectangular card case of slightly shaped outline, the front deeply carved with a

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The Canterbury Auction Galleries (Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables Day 2 ) Catalogue Downloaded from UKAuctioneers.com figure on horseback and other figures at rural pursuits, the back lightly carved with figures on terraces and pavilions, 4ins (102mm) x 2.625ins (68mm) Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 632 An early 20th Century Japanese carved ivory figure of a bird carrying a winged insect in its beak, 4.25ins (109mm) long x 2ins (51mm) high (Meiji period - damaged) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 624 A Chinese ivory figure of Li Tieguai the ivory patinated to a rich toffee tone, wood stand, 5.75ins (145mm) high (late Ming Dynasty) and blue cloth covered fitted box for same Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 625 A Chinese carved ivory figure of a Scholar holding a flower, 7ins (178mm) high (Qing Dynasty - seal mark to back), and a Chinese carved ivory standing figure of Guanyin, holding a basket of fruit in her right hand, 7ins (178mm) high Estimate: £450.00 - £600.00

Lot: 633 A pair of Japanese carved ivory okimono each in the form of a standing figure of a fisherman holding a fishing rod and fish, and a woodcutter with an axe, on circular bases 8ins (203mm) high (Meiji period 1868-1912) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 634 A Chinese ivory parasol handle, deeply carved with figures in landscapes, 10ins (255 mm) overall Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

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A pair of Chinese ivory circular dishes, the centres with separately deep carved flowerhead panel, the dishes with pierced borders, 4ins (102mm) diameter Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

A Private Collection of Chinese Snuff Bottles A Chinese jadeite snuff bottle and stopper carved with lotus blossom and cloud squirrels, 2.5ins (64mm) high, and four other Chinese hardstone snuff bottles and stoppers Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 627 A Chinese ivory tusk carved with figures within an extensive landscape, and hardwood stand for same, 13.75ins (350mm) wide x 6ins (152mm) high Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 636 A Chinese agate snuff bottle and stopper carved with a bird beneath a Pak choi, 2ins (51mm) high, and three other hardstone snuff bottles and stoppers, various Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 628 A good Chinese 'Cantonese' ivory brise fan carved to both sides with dignitaries and attendants, the upper register with mythological beasts, the end sticks carved with dragons and people, 7.75ins (197mm) long (minor damage) Estimate: £700.00 - £900.00

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Lot: 638

A Chinese blue glass snuff bottle and stopper carved with a rabbit, Pak choi and sweetcorn, 2.625ins (63mm) high, and three other glass snuff bottles and stoppers, various Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

A Chinese ivory two-handled censer and cover, carved with dragons amongst clouds, the lid with a Chi-Chi, 6ins (152mm) wide x 6ins (152mm) high (square seal marks - cracked) Estimate: £100.00 - £200.00

A Chinese white glass snuff bottle and stopper, moulded with a phoenix and eagle, 2.625ins (62mm), a ditto painted with cats, 3ins (77mm) high, and two other glass snuff bottles and stoppers painted with ladies Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 630 A Chinese "Cantonese" ivory "Puzzle Ball" carved with dragons amongst clouds, 2.25ins (57mm) diameter, and an Eastern cast brass figure of a deity sitting astride an owl, 6.5ins (165mm) high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

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Lot: 631

Lot: 640

A 19th Century Chinese "Cantonese" ivory tazza, the shaped top finely pierced and carved with eight panel of figures within landscapes, the column carved with figures within a rocky and tree lined landscape, on circular base, 10ins (254mm) diameter x 6.5ins (165mm) high (some damage) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

A Chinese hardstone brown agate striated snuff bottle and stopper, 3.25ins (83mm) high, and three other hardstone snuff bottles and stoppers, various Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

A Chinese white and pink overlaid glass snuff bottle and stopper carved with cranes amongst cloud scrolls, 3ins (77mm) high, a white and turquoise overlaid glass snuff bottle and stopper carved with two boys and bats, 2.5ins (64mm) high, and two other glass snuff bottles and stoppers, various Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

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Lot: 641 Two Chinese hardstone agate striated snuff bottles and stoppers, 3.125ins (78mm) high, and 3ins (76mm) high, and two other hardstone snuff bottles and stoppers Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 650 Lot: 642 A Chinese hardstone green and white striated snuff bottle and stopper, 3ins (76mm) high, and three other hardstone snuff bottles and stoppers, various Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 643

A Chinese creamy jade snuff bottle and stopper carved in the form of a boy on a mythical beast, 3.25ins (83mm) long, and two jade snuff bottles and stoppers, one carved with the head of a bearded Sage, 3.625ins (93mm) high, the other carved with a dragon, 3.75ins (92mm) high Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 651

A Chinese yellow and red overlaid glass snuff bottle and stopper carved with Shou characters, 2.875ins (73mm) high, and three other glass snuff bottles and stoppers, various Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 644 Four Chinese agate glass snuff bottles and stoppers, one with brown and white striations, 3.5ins (89mm) high, one with green and white striations, 3ins (76mm) high, and two others Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 645 A Chinese porcelain Yixing slip decorated snuff bottle and stopper, 2.25ins (57mm) high, (with impressed seal mark to base), a green glazed porcelain snuff bottle and stopper carved with lotus flowers, 2.75ins (70mm) high, and two other porcelain snuff bottles and stoppers, various Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

A Chinese brown agate oval snuff bottle, the exterior carved with bamboo and prunus blossoms, 2.25ins (58mm) high, a Chinese carved hardwood shoe pattern box carved with a turtle, 3.25ins (83mm) overall, a selection of Chinese cash coins, two Chinese carved ivory cylindrical salt and pepper pots, and selection of Oriental items, various Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 653 A Chinese celadon jade carving of a recumbent cat, the stone with russet inclusions, 3ins (76mm) overall x 1.25ins (32mm) high, and wood stand for same Estimate: £1,000.00 - £2,000.00

Lot: 654 A Chinese pale celadon jade snuff bottle and stopper, the stone with russet inclusions and carved with stylized dragon head, 3.25ins (83mm) high, and wood stand for same Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 646 A Chinese hardstone Tiger's Eye effect snuff bottle and stopper carved in the form of a seated figure, 2.875ins (67mm) high, a white glass and blue enamelled snuff bottle and stopper painted with a dragon, 3.25ins (83mm) high, and a hardstone snuff bottle and stopper carved with peaches and bats, 2.25ins (57mm) high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 655 A Chinese pale celadon jade carving of a horse in the Ming style, the stone with russet inclusions, 3.75ins (95mm) overall x 3ins (76mm) high Estimate: £1,200.00 - £1,800.00

Lot: 656 Four Chinese hardstone snuff bottles and stoppers, all with mottled striations and inclusions, each 2.75ins (70mm) high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

A Chinese celadon jade knife handle, in the archaistic style with scrolls within key-fret bands, 4.5ins (110mm) overall (Qing Dynasty - 18th Century) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 648

Lot: 657

Lot: 647

A Chinese white jade 'peacock' belt fitting of curved form, carved with bird laid out with prominent tale feathers, 2.75ins (70mm) overall (Qing Dynasty - 18th Century) Estimate: £700.00 - £1,000.00

A Chinese glass snuff bottle and stopper in the form of a fish, 2.125ins (53mm) high, a glass snuff bottle and stopper of emerald green jadeite tone, 3.125ins (80mm) high, and four other glass snuff bottles and stoppers, various Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 658 Lot: 649 A Chinese bone snuff bottle and stopper carved with insects, 2.875ins (67mm) high, a black lacquer and mother of pearl snuff bottle and stopper, 2.5ins (64mm) high, a gilt metal snuff

A Chinese celadon jade belt hook, carved with a stylised dragon, fruit and fly, 2ins (50mm) overall (Qing Dynasty - 19th Century) Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

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Lot: 671

A Chinese black and celadon jade carving of a bird and prunus, in Song dynasty style, 2.5ins (64mm) overall Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

A Chinese white jade small bottle shaped vase, the exterior carved with prunus blossom with lines running along natural flaws within the stone, on moulded footrim, 3.5ins (88mm) high (Qing Dynasty - 19th century) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 660 A Chinese celadon jade butterfly plaque, carved and pierced as a butterfly with cash motifs incorporated in its wings, 3.25ins (84mm) x 2.375ins (61mm) (Qing Dynasty - 19th Century) Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 672 A Chinese celadon jade carving of a reclining dog in the Ming style, the body with brown inclusions and with natural flaws, 4ins (102mm) overall Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 661 A Chinese jadeite archaistic style box and cover, carved with a stylised taotie mask to the cover, 2.25ins (57mm) diameter x 1.75ins (38mm) high (Qing Dynasty -19th Century) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 673

Lot: 662

A Chinese celadon jade carving of a seated goat, 1.375ins (35mm) high x 2.125ins (53mm) overall, and a Chinese jade pendant carved with an animal resting on a leaf, 2ins (51mm) x 1.25ins (32mm) Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

A Chinese white jade snuff bottle and stopper, 3ins (76mm) high Estimate: £1,500.00 - £2,000.00

Lot: 674

A Chinese grey and celadon jade carving of a monkey holding a peach, a smaller monkey on its back, 3.5ins (89mm) high Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

Two Chinese white jade belt hooks with birds head terminal, 3.125ins (79mm) and 3ins (76mm) overall, a Chinese jade pendant pierced and carved in the form of a butterfly, 1.75ins (44mm) x 3ins (76mm) (broken in half and restuck), and a small Chinese carved jadeite kylin Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 665

Lot: 675

Lot: 663

A Chinese celadon jade conjoined Chilong plaque, 2.375ins (60mm) diameter and a grey jade carving of a recumbent Shishi with a bird on its back, 2.75ins (70mm) long Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

A Chinese turquoise standing figure of Guanyin holding a vase in her right hand, a flowering branch in her left, 3.75ins (95mm) high (some damage), and hardwood for same Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 667

Lot: 676

A coloured hardstone pendant carved with bamboo, with attached hardstone and smaller beads, 3ins (76mm), and a coloured hardstone pendant carved as a fruit and a creature, with attached beads and jadeite ring, 3.5ins (89mm) Estimate: £1,500.00 - £2,000.00

A Chinese celadon jade carving with slight russet inclusions of a kylin holding a flowering branch in its mouth, 1.75ins (45mm) high, 3.75ins (96mm) overall (Qing Dynasty - Qianlong period 1736-1795) Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

Lot: 668

Lot: 677 A Chinese white jade belt hook carved with dragons, 6ins (152mm) x 1.25ins (33mm) overall (Qing Dynasty - 18th Century) Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

A Chinese white jade carving of three rats and three coins, 6.25ins (160mm) x 3.375ins (85mm) x 1.75ins (44mm) high Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 669

Lot: 678

A Chinese white jade pebble carving with russet inclusions to surface, the front carved with two monkeys holding fruit, 3.125ins (79mm) high Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

A modern Chinese mid green jadeite and gold coloured metal brooch carved with lotus leaves, 73mm x 15mm overall, and a small selection of Chinese jade, bone and ivory mounted jewellery, various Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 670 A Chinese celadon jade pebble carving with dark inclusions to front face, carved with a toad and three coins to face 2.125ins (79mm) high Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 679 A Chinese green hardstone circular bowl with incurved serrated rim and supported by three carved figures, 7.25ins (184mm)

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mythical beasts, 3ins (76mm) overall x 1.25ins (32mm) high, and wood stands for same Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 680

Lot: 688

A Chinese pale celadon jade bowl with fine sides and slight brown natural inclusions, the exterior carved with birds on flowering branches, 4.25ins (110mm) diameter x 1.875ins (47mm) high (with natural crack flaw to one side) Estimate: £250.00 - £400.00

A Chinese rose quartz oval two-handled vase and cover, with pierced and carved dragon pattern finial and handles, and the vase carved with bands of ornament, 10ins (254mm) high (chipped) and wood stand for same Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 681

Lot: 689

A Chinese mid green jadeite two-handled urn shaped vase and cover, the whole boldly carved with four kylins with balls, with elephant's head and ring pattern handles, 9.25ins (235mm) high, and fretted and carved rosewood stand for same Estimate: £700.00 - £1,000.00

A Chinese spinach green jade bamboo pattern spill vase, with vivid striations, 4.375ins (112mm) high, and wood stand Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 690 Lot: 682 A Chinese carved soapstone simulated bamboo libation cup carved with bearded figures working amongst bamboo and with pierced base, 6ins (153mm) high (with slight damage to some shoots) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

A Chinese celadon jade rectangular "Happiness" plaque carved with flowers within key fret border, 4.875ins (124mm) x 6.75ins (172mm) (17th Century - small flake chip to rim), and ebonised stand for same, stand 7.25ins (183mm) wide x 3.75ins (96mm) high Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

Lot: 691

Lot: 683 A Chinese green and white jadeite two-handled vessel, the lobed body carved with scroll bands with dragon head and ring pattern handles, on four circular feet, 8.5ins (210mm) wide x 3ins (76mm) high, and pierced wooden stand for same Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 684 A pair of Chinese white jade rectangular table screens inlaid in ivory and stained ivory and carved with two figures on horseback being led by a figure on foot holding a flag through a landscape, each 6.375ins (163mm) x 4.875ins (124mm), in hardwood frames each applied with four carved agate oval plaques, and with fretted and carved hardwood stands for same, stands 8.75ins (223mm) wide x 6.375ins (161mm) high (damaged) Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

A large Chinese spinach green jade panel, carved in bold relief with prunus blossoms, flowers, exotic birds and butterflies to the front, and carved and decorated in gilt with a Qianlong Imperial poem to the reverse, 12.75ins (323mm) x 9.75ins (247mm) (Qing Dynasty - late 19th Century) and carved hardwood stand Estimate: £6,000.00 - £8,000.00

Lot: 692 A 'Mogul' style celadon jade carved 'pilgrims flask' vase, carved with stylised flowers and lotus pattern base, 5ins (128mm) high Provenance: S. Marchant & Son Ltd, 1962 Note: Evans Inventory No. 211 Estimate: £3,000.00 - £4,000.00

Lot: 693

A Chinese green and white jadeite oval ewer and cover, carved with lotus flowers, and with crane and lotus carved cover, 4.625ins (117mm) overall x 5.25ins (133mm) high (slight damage to cover) Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

A pair of Chinese red cinnabar lacquer two-handled baluster shaped vases and stands, each vase with four shaped panels carved in relief with figures in a landscape on a floral and scroll carved ground and with elephant head pattern handles, 19.75ins (500mm) high, and stands for same, 8.25ins (210mm) diameter x 6.75ins (172mm) high (Qing Dynasty - late 19th Century - one stand missing one section of undertier) Estimate: £3,000.00 - £5,000.00

Lot: 686

Lot: 694

A Chinese pale green jade carving of a boy and a fish, 2.375ins (61mm) x 1.25ins (32mm), (Qing dynasty - 19th Century) Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

A Chinese red cinnabar lacquer dish of lobed outline, carved in relief with figures on a bridge, trees and mountains, the border carved with flowers and leaves, 12.875ins (327mm) wide (Qing dynasty - 18th Century - restored) Estimate: £1,000.00 - £2,000.00

Lot: 685

Lot: 687 A pair of Chinese pale green jadeite carvings of winged

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A pair of Chinese cloisonné vases enamelled with flowers and scroll ornament on a turquoise ground, 10.25 This has not been inspected out of its frame. (260mm) high (Qing Dynasty - 18th Century) Estimate: £3,000.00 - £5,000.00

flowering branches, the formal borders to three sides with flowerheads and scrolls, each 19.5ins (495mm) x 26ins (660mm), and a similar with a boy holding a bow and birds within a stylised landscape, 12.25ins (311mm) x 59ins (1499mm) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 696

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Lot: 695

A Chinese cloisonne bulbous jardiniere enamelled with a band of flowers, scroll and leaf ornament, 11.25ins (286mm) diameter x 10ins (255mm) high (very damaged) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

A set of twenty-six Chinese 'Communist Propaganda' colour prints, various sizes (all unframed) Note: By repute, formerly the property of the late Hewlett Johnson (1874-1966), Dean of Canterbury (famously known as the 'Red Dean' for his support for the Soviet Union) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 697 A Chinese silk panel embroidered in colours with two cockerels and bamboos, 29ins x 19ins, in gilt bamboo pattern frame and glazed, and two other Chinese embroidered panels (formed from cuffs), framed and glazed Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 698 A 20th Century silk embroidered copy of an Imperial Chinese Mandarin square, worked in gold and silver metal threads with an egret denoting Sixth Civil Rank, the border with bats and calligraphy, 11.5ins (292mm) x 12.5ins (318mm), made in two pieces Note : Birds were used to denote the rank of Civil Mandarins Estimate: £100.00 - £120.00

Lot: 699 A 19th Century Chinese silk embroidered panel worked with mother, child and a female attendant within an romantic landscape, 14.5ins (368mm) x 14ins (356mm), in bamboo effect wooden frame and glazed, and a Chinese painting on silk of roses and butterflies, 23.5ins (598mm) x 17.5ins (445mm), in wooden frame and glazed (some damage) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 700 A Chinese painted silk hand scroll painted with figures in a Imperial processional scene, 89ins (2260mm) x 14ins (36mm) Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

Lot: 705 Chinkai-Oshu (early 20th Century Japanese) - Watercolours on silk - "The Embroiderers" and ladies within an interior, each 15.5ins x 16ins, in simulated gilt bamboo pattern frame and glazed Provenance : Exhibited at The Fine Art Society Ltd, 148 New Bond Street, London, June 1910 Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 706 Early 19th Century Chinese School - Three oil paintings on copper - A view of Penang and two views of the Pearl River, each 6.25ins (159mm) x 8.5ins (215mm), in black lacquer and gilt decorated frames Note: for a similar view of Penang, see 'Chinese Views - Western Perspectives 1770-1870, The Sze Yuan Tang Collection of China Coast Paintings and The Wallem Collection of China Coast Ship Portraits' Asia House 1997, page 37, item 26. Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

Lot: 707 An early 20th Century Chinese silvery metal rose bowl of hexagonal foliate form with shaped rim, the exterior cast in bold relief with birds insects and flowering branches, on plain circular footrim, 9.5ins (192mm) diameter x 3.875ins (100mm) high, by Jan Wah Co (weight 17ozs), complete with matching carved blackwood stand, on five shaped supports, contained in cloth covered fitted box Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 708

Lot: 701 Two Chinese black silk covered and embroidered chopstick holders, 11.75ins (298mm) and 12.25ins (310mm) long (with slight damage) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 702 A group of eight Chinese applique cut-out figures with applied silk coverings and painted detail, the tallest 13ins (330mm) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

An early 20th Century Chinese silvery metal and enamel circular bowl, the exterior enamelled in colours with a crane beneath a flowering tree, 4ins (102mm) diameter x 2.125ins (54mm) high (weight 5ozs - enamel disintegrating in places), contained in cloth covered fitted case for same, and a Chinese silvery metal square tea caddy and cover with hammered body, each face with circular vignette depicting a Chinese character, 4.5ins (114mm) high (weight 5ozs) Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 709 Lot: 703 A pair of Chinese silk embroidered panels worked in coloured silks and metal thread of mythical beasts on rocks amongst

A Chinese rosewood and silvery metal shield pattern plaque, the shield engraved with Chinese characters and dated 20.6.1923., 9ins (228mm) x 7.125ins (182mm), contained in hardwood fitted box with sliding cover, and two similar silvery

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Lot: 710 An early 20th Century Chinese silvery metal cylindrical tankard with cast dragon pattern handle, the body cast with figures on a terrace and soldiers on horseback within a garden scene, 4.75ins (121mm) high, by I.W. (weight 8.5ozs), and a Chinese bachelor's silvery metal teapot of circular urn pattern, the body applied with leaf and floral ornament within engraved and embossed borders, shaped footrim and ebonised handle, 6.75ins (173mm) high (weight 13ozs) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 711 A Chinese silvery metal circular punch bowl with four panels embossed and chased with figures in a river landscape, flowering branches, dragons and prunus blossoms interspersed by panels of character marks, 10.75ins (273mm) diameter x 7ins (179mm) high (stamped 95 to base and other marks rubbed - minor dents) Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 718 A South Vietnamese black lacquered rectangular panel inlaid in mother of pearl with a landscape, 23.5ins x 15.5ins (unframed inset with engraved presentation plaque worded "To Major P.G. Collyer from ARVN Officers CIC 39 January 1969") Estimate: £50.00 - £70.00

Lot: 719 Two Chinese bronze lyre pattern padlocks, 6.25ins (150mm) overall, one other bronze padlock, and a bronze figure of Shishi, 3ins (76mm) high Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 720 A Chinese bone and bamboo Mahogany Jong set contained in paper lined box and retailed by H.R. Gibson & Sons Ltd, London, and one other smaller set contained in hardwood box (no sticks) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 721 A Chinese root carving of a standing sage, with a young boy astride a goat to his side, 16.5ins high Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 712 A Chinese silvery metal circular bowl embossed with birds amongst bamboo shoots, 4.75ins (120mm) diameter x 2.25ins (57mm) high, by *H (stamped 90 - weight 6ozs) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 722 An Indian cast brass standing figure of an eight armed, many headed Deity with engraved and chiselled ornament, on oval lotus base, 9.5ins high Estimate: £400.00 - £500.00

Lot: 713 A Chinese silvery metal three piece dressing table set with embossed floral ornament, by S.V.C, comprising - hand mirror, clothes brush and comb (comb with later plastic teeth) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 715 A Chinese carved wood painted and gilded seated figure of War God, 12.5ins (138mm) high (damaged and gilding lifting and missing), a Chinese carved wood and gilded figure of a seated Sage, 9.5ins (242mm) high, and a small selection of Chinese carved wood figures, various (mostly in poor condition) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 716 An Eastern gilded soft metal figure of a seated Buddha on lotus pattern throne, 11.75ins (298mm) high (split and damaged), and five Eastern figures of various gods (various sizes - mostly damaged and worn) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 725 A 17th Century Chinese brown patinated bronze Zun shaped vase, the body with foliate rim, the exterior cast in relief with a crane and a pine tree on a textured ground, flanked by standing figures of Xu You and Chao Fu, with oxen to centre, conforming circular footrim, 7.125ins (184mm) high Note : Similar example illustrated in "China's Renaissance in Bronze - The Robert H. Claque Collection of Later Chinese Bronzes 1100-1900", Phoenix Art Museum 1993, illustrated as item 10 Estimate: £1,500.00 - £2,000.00

Lot: 726 An early Chinese brown patinated bronze two-handled pear shaped vase, the plain body with flared and moulded rim, with mythical beast to loop handles, on moulded footrim, 13.25ins (345mm) high ( Ming Dynasty) Note : Similar example illustrated in "Later Chinese Bronzes - The St. Louis Art Museum, Robert E. Kresko Collections", item No. 4 Estimate: £1,500.00 - £2,000.00

Lot: 727

Lot: 717 A Chinese steel fighting implement with prong pattern hilt and turned wood handle, 19.5ins (495mm) overall, a pair of pewter pillar candlesticks, 13.75ins (350mm) high, a Chinese bronze bowl pattern gong, 9ins (228mm) diameter x 5.25ins (135mm) high, and a selection of Chinese metalware, various Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

An 18th Century Tibetan gilt bronze Dakini - The standing figure set with turquoise and red stones, the base with two reclining figures and with open ovoid shaped back with cloud ornament, 5.25ins (134mm) high Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 728

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Lot: 736 A collection of three hundred and fifty eight Sotheby's, Christies and other UK auction catalogues of Oriental Works of Art interest, dating from the 1960's to the present day, various Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

Lot: 729 A small Chinese bronze two-handled censer, with circular baluster shaped body, the exterior finely engraved with cloud motifs and elephants head pattern handles, 3.875ins (98mm) diameter x 2.25ins (58mm) high (Qing Dynasty - twin character mark inlaid to underside in silver), and a Chinese bronze twohandled koro with twin dragon pattern handles, 5.25ins (133mm) diameter x 6.5ins (165mm) high Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 739 A Chinese red lacquer rectangular opium table decorated in black to top with river landscape and with floral motifs to sides, 31ins wide x 19ins deep x 12.5ins high (extensively worn throughout) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 740 Lot: 730 A Chinese bronze Gu shaped vase with flared rim and bulbous centre, the body textured with shaped supportive mounts, 9.5ins (240mm) high, a pair of Chinese bronze hexagonal bulbous two-handled vases, the bodies cast with flowers and birds, 6.5ins (165mm) high, two Chinese gilded bronze figures of a seated Buddha on oval lotus pattern throne, 5.25ins (132mm) high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 731 A Chinese two-handled bronze censer and pierced cover of bombe form, cast with six roundels with dragon's heads radiating around the body, the handles, rim of censer and cover and feet all cast as bamboo, the pierced cover cast with dragons of "Archaic" form, 6.5ins (159mm) wide overall x 5.25ins (134mm) high (six character mark to base in rectangular cartouche), and hardwood stand for same Estimate: £3,000.00 - £4,000.00

Lot: 732 A Chinese bronze two-handled censer of "Archaic" form with three vertical ribs to the body, 11.75ins (298mm) high Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Two Chinese blackwood circular jardiniere stands of shaped outline, the tops inset with red veined marble panels and with carved bead edges, pierced and carved aprons and on cabriole supports with claw and ball feet, 16ins diameter x 18ins high and 17ins diameter x 18ins high (one with cracked marble to top) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 741 A nest of four early 20th Century Chinese rosewood rectangular occasional tables with framed panelled tops, shaped aprons, on bamboo pattern supports and stretchers, 19ins (482mm) x 14ins (355mm) x 24ins (610mm) high Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 742 A Japanese carved and stained wood framed red lacquer and shibyama table screen, the rectangular panel inset with bone and mother-of-pearl, with birds and flowering branches, panel 20.25ins (550mm) x 16.5ins (420mm), the stand carved with flowers, leaves and pine cones on trestle feet, 34ins (864mm) wide x 33ins (838mm) high, overall (damaged) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 743 A Chinese gilt bronze tapir pattern incense burner, cast with scroll ornament, 8.75ins (223mm) overall x 7.875ins (200mm) high (gilding rubbed and lacking cover) Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

A Chinese blue and white porcelain rectangular panel and hardwood framed table screen, the panel painted with figures in a river landscape, 15.5ins (393mm) x 14ins (355mm), within fretted frame and on carved and fretted stand, 24ins (610mm) wide x 29.5ins (750mm) high (Qing Dynasty - late 19th Century) Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 734

Lot: 744

Lot: 733

A Chinese lacquered and mother of pearl inlaid metal standing figure of a man on hexagonal base, 14ins (351mm) high (17th Century - gilding rubbed and lacquer flaking) Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

Lot: 735 A 19th Century Chinese bronze circular two-handled censer, cast with Shishi, 7ins (178mm) diameter x 3.25ins (83mm) high (with six character mark to base) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

An early 20th Century Chinese hardwood Bonheur du Jour, the whole boldly carved with dragons, flowerheads and calligraphy, the upper part with shaped cresting pierced and carved with dragons, fitted four small drawers above plain writing surface, with deep carved frieze and fitted two narrow drawers, the stand base boldly fretted and carved with dragons, 42ins (1075mm) wide x 24.5ins (623mm) deep x 53ins (1348mm) high (generally damaged and surface marked - some small pieces missing) Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

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Lot: 745 An early 20th Century Chinese blackwood display stand, the whole boldly fretted and carved with floral and leaf scroll ornament, the framing carved with scrolled leafage, fitted three tray topped tiered display areas and various niches, on block feet, 30.5ins (775mm) wide x 12.25ins (312mm) deep x 66ins (1677mm) high Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 746 An early 20th Century Chinese blackwood display cabinet, the whole boldly fretted and carved with dragons, cloud motifs and prunus blossom, with bold shaped and fretted cresting, the interior fitted six small niche shelves enclosed by a single door flanked by columns carved with dragons, the side panels carved with prunus blossom, on stand with carved gadroon borders and with fretted apron, on short cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 34.25ins (870mm) wide x 14.75ins (375mm) deep x 75ins (1880mm) high, and key for same Estimate: £1,500.00 - £2,500.00

Lot: 750 A Madoura pottery "Oiseau" circular bowl designed by Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), 6ins diameter x 1.75ins high (impressed marks to base) Estimate: £1,500.00 - £2,000.00

Continental porcelain blue, white and gilt decorated twohandled vase enamelled in colours with flowers to front, 11.75ins high Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 755 A late 19th Century Austrian porcelain cabinet plate, printed and painted with a neoclassical scene of female attendants dressing the hair of a seated woman, her left arm around the shoulders of a child, within a formal coloured and gilt border, 7.75ins diameter (spurious Vienna factory mark), and a late 19th Century Continental porcelain dish of shaped outline with pierced basket corners, the centre and four cartouches with coloured loose sprays of flowers, 7.25ins x 7ins (pseudocrossed swords mark in blue) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 756 A 19th Century French faience double gourd shaped vase after an 18th Century Strasbourg original, painted with a man in a landscape, with flowering sprays, 17.25ins high (with blue painted mark of Paul Hannong) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 757 A 17th Century Hispano-Moresque charger with central boss after a metal prototype, the rim decorated with stylised flowers, the back with a continuous spiral line, with hole for suspension, 12.5ins diameter (chipped), and a ditto, 16.5ins diameter (extensively cracked and riveted) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 751 A 20th Century Meissen porcelain plate with moulded border decorated to centre in colours with a Watteauesque scene of lovers in a garden within circular cartouche, 9.75ins diameter (blue crossed swords mark), and a Royal Crown Derby bone china plate decorated with an "Imari" pattern (No. 1128), 10.5ins diameter Estimate: £100.00 - £120.00

Lot: 759 Nine 18th Century Dutch Delft blue and white ship tiles with spider head corners, and a ditto similar, each 5ins square (some chipping) Estimate: £350.00 - £500.00

Lot: 752 A 20th Century Continental porcelain group of two dancers in 18th Century dress on high oval base, 13.75ins high (factory mark in blue), a pair of Continental porcelain figures of dancers decorated with "Lace" trimmed dresses, 8.5ins high, a late 19th Century Continental porcelain figure of a boy leading a goat, on oval base, 8.5ins high, and a Royal Worcester figure - "Blythe Spirit", 6.75ins high Estimate: £130.00 - £160.00

Lot: 753 A Royal Dux porcelain figure of a gentleman with a mandolin, 9.25ins high (impressed mark and No. 895 to base), and a pair of Sitzendorf porcelain figures of a young boy and girl with flowers, birds and sheep, 4.125ins high (painted mark in underglaze blue to base - bocage of boy with slight damage) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 760 Eleven 18th Century Dutch Delft tiles painted in blue with various subjects (some damage), all approximately 5ins square, and two 18th Century Dutch Delft chargers painted in blue, one with plants issuing from rock work, the other with an exotic bird in a landscape (both damaged) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 761 A mid/late 18th Century Dutch Delft charger painted in blue with stylised flowers within a formal border of swags and pendants, 13.5ins diameter (chipping) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 763 Lot: 754 A French porcelain and gilt metal mounted oval two-handled comport in the Sevres manner painted by G. Maudet with a young couple seated on a river bank within blue gilt and floral decorated border, on pierced scroll supports, 12ins x 8ins x 6ins high (painted and impressed mark to base), and a

A late 18th Century Worcester blue and white porcelain kidney shaped dish with basket weave border printed with a carnation pattern, 10.25ins wide (hatched blue crescent mark) and a small selection of other china various Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

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Lot: 764 A late 18th Century Derby porcelain moulded hot water jug and cover painted in blue with gilt highlights, 9ins high (puce mark to base - pattern No. and gilder's and decorator's numbers small chip to lid) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

and cover, moulded with a trailing vine decoration and with traces of gilding, on three feet, (bird finial damaged), 4.75ins high, and a similar larger pear shaped jug (chipped to spout and cracked), 6.5ins high Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 774 An 18th Century English Delft cylindrical beer tankard decorated in manganese with bold floral ornament, 7.5ins high (rim fritted, chipped and one crack to side) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

An 18th Century English black glazed Jackfield globular teapot and cover with a bird finial and crab stock handle, on three feet (traces of gilding), 4.75ins high, and a pear shaped jug on three feet with shaped rim and crab stock handle, 5ins high Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

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Four mid 18th Century "Bristol Blue" Delft tiles painted with individuals in landscapes, each 5.25ins square, (one cracked and restored) and an English polychrome Delft tile of a bird in a branch, 5ins square (restored) Provenance : Jonathan Horne, Kensington Church Street, London. Purchased 6.2.1989 Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

An 18th Century English black glazed Jackfield globular shaped teapot and cover, with moulded spout and crab stock handle, on three feet, 4.5ins high, and a pear shaped jug with crab stock handle, on three feet (cover missing), 4.75ins high Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 776 An 18th Century Wedgwood creamware two-handled pierced chestnut basket with green rims, 6.5ins x 5ins x 2.25ins high, and stand for same (impressed mark and with green decorator's mark), a ditto toy teapot and cover painted with sprays of flowers, 3ins high, (spout chipped) and a small selection of English and European creamware, various Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 767 An early 19th Century Staffordshire pearlware figure of a recumbent ram, with hollow base, splashed in Pratt colours, 4.25ins high Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 768 A mid 19th Century English brown glazed pottery figure of a seated spaniel, 4.25ins high Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 777 A late 18th Century Newhall porcelain part coffee service decorated with peaches within gilt borders (22 pieces - Pattern No. 167) an early 19th Century Coalport porcelain part tea and coffee service decorated with band of orange and gilt leaves (26 pieces) and a Staffordshire porcelain tea service painted with leaves and berries (all slightly damaged) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 769 An unusual early Staffordshire pottery figure of a standing sheep against bocage, with blue sponged coat, 5ins high (damaged) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 778 Lot: 770 A small early Staffordshire pottery figure of a recumbent yellow sheep with brown patches, on a hollow mound base, 3ins high (ear chipped) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

A 19th Century Spode porcelain circular plate - 'Vernal Gentian White - Flowered Oenothera', the border painted with trailing flowers within gilt rim, 8.25ins diameter (puce mark and title to back) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 779

Lot: 771 A small early Staffordshire pottery figure of a yellow lion on rectangular moulded base, 2.625ins high Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

An early 19th Century English bone china part tea and coffee service painted in colours with flowers within gilt cartouches on a dark blue ground (19 pieces - some damaged) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

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Lot: 780

An early Staffordshire white pearlware figure of a lady carrying a costrel, 7.75ins high Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 773 An 18th Century English black glazed Jackfield globular teapot

Seven pieces of 19th Century English stone china of "Penang" pattern, comprising - two-handled tureen and cover of shaped outline, 14ins x 9ins x 11ins high, meat plate, 19.5ins x 16.5ins, two serving dishes, 17.5ins x 14.5ins, two smaller serving dishes, stand, oval drainer, 12.5ins x 10ins, and two Ashworth stone china large serving dishes (some damage) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

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Four early 20th Century Keeling & Co Losol ware graduated pottery jugs printed in colours with "Shanghai" pattern, 5.75ins to 7.5ins, three ditto plates, printed in colours, 9ins diameter and four pieces of pottery, various Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

A pair of Royal Worcester bone china "Blush Ivory" moulded specimen vases decorated with floral sprays, 6.25ins high (printed marks), and a Doulton Burslem bone china "Corolian Ware" ewer decorated in gilt with roses on a royal blue ground, 6.5ins high (signed "P. Jones") Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

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Lot: 789

An early 20th Century Copeland blue and white pottery jardiniere of fluted form, printed with a continuous landscape, 8ins diameter x 6.5ins high (printed mark), and an early 20th Century moulded pottery jardiniere of bombe form printed in blue with children, 8.25ins wide x 7.75ins high Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

A Royal Worcester porcelain jug of moulded barrel pattern and painted by Powell, with a bird perched on a branch, 2.875ins high (green printed mark to base and date code for 1918) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 790

Lot: 783 A Doulton Lambeth stoneware pottery jug commemorating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897, moulded with profile busts of both the young and old Queen within oval cartouches on a blue ground, 9ins high, and a pair of similar beakers, 4.75ins high (all pieces with impressed factory marks and incised marks) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 784 A late 19th Century Staffordshire pottery circular charger decorated in colours with birds, flowers and mushrooms, 16ins diameter (crazed to glaze - no apparent marks to back) Estimate: £70.00 - £100.00

Lot: 785 An early 19th Century Masons Ironstone jardiniere, the panelled body with shaped twelve sided rim decorated in blue and orange with an "Imari" pattern, 9.25ins diameter x 5.25ins high (unmarked - hairline crack to body) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 786 A Wedgwood Parianware bust - Thomas Earle, Second Earl of Zetland (1795-1873) wearing Masonic medals and the Chain of Office as the Grand Master for the United Grand Lodge of England, on circular socle, 20ins high (impressed mark to back and registered 11th Decr. 1868 - firing crack exposed through name just above socle and slight chip to rear of bust) Note : Thomas Earle, Second Earl of Zetland was M.P. for Richmond and York, Lord Lieutenant of the West Riding of Yorkshire and Grand Master of the Freemasons 1843-1869 Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 787 A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain "Blush Ivory" two-handled vases painted with flowers and with turquoise and gilt decorated necks and footrims, 8ins high (puce mark to base with date code for 1897 and shape No. 1913), and a ditto pair of two-handled vases painted with flowers on a cream ground, 10ins high (puce mark to base and date code for 1890 and shape No. 850 - one cracked) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

A Johnson Bros pottery "McDonald's Farm" pattern part dinner service (23 pieces) Estimate: £350.00 - £500.00

Lot: 791 A late Victorian Burmantofts faience pottery "Diamond Jubilee" bulbous jardiniere, 12.5ins diameter x 12ins high (stamped "Burmantofts Faience England" and No. 151 to base - hairline crack to rim and chip to base), and conforming stand for same, 30.5ins high (impressed mark and No. 152 to base) Estimate: £250.00 - £400.00

Lot: 792 A Mintons turquoise glazed pottery jardiniere and pedestal of bulbous spiral reeded form, 16ins diameter x 35ins high (impressed marks to base of jardiniere and pedestal, Nos. 3075 and 3076 respectively and date code for 1903) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 793 A Copeland Parian figure - "Little Red Riding Hood", 11.5ins high (impressed mark to base - slight damage), a Continental Parian group of a mother and child, 6.5ins high, and a Continental bisque porcelain cornucopia with figure to one side, 8ins high Note : See Richard Dennis - "The Parian Phenomenon", page 145, fig. 500 for a similar Copeland figure Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 794 A Copeland Parian bust after W. C. Marshall - 'Ophelia', 11.5ins high (impressed marks to back and 'Crystal Palace Art Union' to socle) and a pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware 'Slaters' patent baluster shaped vases, moulded in relief with flowers and leaves, 8ins high (impressed mark and number 9316 to base) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 795 An A.E. Gray & Co Ltd pottery "Gloria Lustre" circular bowl, the interior painted with a peacock and flowers, the exterior with band of leaf and floral ornament, 8ins diameter x 3.75ins high (yellow and black back stamp and No. 5184 to base) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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A Shelley bone china "Versailles" pattern tea service (No. 11426 - 37 pieces - green printed mark to bases) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

A small collection of Royal Doulton bone china figures, comprising - "Votes for Women" (HN2816) 10ins high, "The Professor" (HN2281) 7.25ins high, "Buttercup" (HN2309) 7.25ins high, "Grace" (HN2318) 7.75ins high, "A Stitch in Time" (HN2352) 6ins high, and four others Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 797 A modern Moorcroft pottery inverted baluster shaped vase, decorated with "Alhambra" pattern depicting views through arched colonnades, 8.5ins high, decorated by B.A. Wilkes (impressed factory mark, dated 2009 and No. 96 of edition of 150) Estimate: £350.00 - £450.00

Lot: 807 Two Royal Doulton pottery figures - "The Shepherd" 8.75ins (HN1975 - designed by H. Fenton" and "French Peasant" 9ins high (HN2075 - designed by L. Harradine) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 800 A Moorcroft pottery vase decorated with "Poppy" design on a dark blue ground, 7.5ins high (impressed factory mark, painted initials and impressed No. 893 - circa 1918-1929) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 808 A pair of Royal Doulton stoneware vases decorated with autumn leaves on a brown mottled ground, 10ins high, (impressed mark and Nos. X8531H 8354 to base) and a selection of other oyal Doulton stonware Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 801 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre pottery "Crocus" pattern toast rack, 6.75ins x 3.25ins high (Newport back stamp), and a similar cylindrical preserve jar and cover with "Gay Day" pattern, 3.5ins high (Wilkinson back stamp - lid broken in half and restuck) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 802 A Sylvac fawn glazed pottery figure of a sitting terrier, 11ins high (pattern No. 1380), a Beswick pottery figure of a sitting ginger cat, 8.25ins high (pattern No. 1867), and two Royal Copenhagen porcelain figures of puppies Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

A Beswick pottery equestrian figure - "HM Queen Elizabeth II mounted on Imperial - Trooping The Colour 1957", 10ins high (damaged) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Three Royal Doulton bone china figures - "Easter Day" (HN2039), "Top O'the Hill" (HN1834) and "Autumn Breezes" (HN1934), all 7.5ins high, and three smaller figures - "Happy Joy Baby Boy" (HN1541), 6.25ins high, "Diana" (HN1717), 5.75ins high and "Victorian Lady", 4ins high Estimate: £180.00 - £220.00

Lot: 805 Seven Royal Doulton bone china figures - "Day Dreams" (HN1731), 6ins high, "Carolyn" (HN2974), 5.75ins high, "Premier" (HN2343), 7.75ins high, "Secret Thoughts" (HN2382), 6.5ins high, "Leading Lady" (HN2269), 8ins high, "Ballad Seller" (HN2266), 7.75ins high, "Michelle" (HN2234), 6.75ins high and two miniature figures of ladies, 3.75ins high and 4ins high respectively Estimate: £100.00 - £120.00

A Royal Doulton stoneware bulbous jardiniere and pedestal moulded in relief with scroll, leaf and floral ornament on a mottled ground, jardiniere 12ins wide x 10.75ins high (impressed mark and painter's mark possibly for Bessie Newbery to base and No. 4518), pedestal 30.5ins high (repaired chip to rim) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

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A Doulton Lambeth stoneware baluster shaped vase by George Tinworth, the body moulded and incised with a scrolled seaweed design on a blue and green striped body, with twin moulded winged mythical beast pattern handles, 10.25ins high (impressed mark to base, dated 1875 - restored chip to footrim) Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 813 A pair of early 19th Century glass rummers, the bowls engraved with two masted sailing ship - "The Ceres" - within circular vignette, the reverse with oval sunburst pattern vignette containing the initials "J.E.", on plain stem and footrim, 5.5ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 814 Six 19th Century glass rummers with faceted bowls and knops to stems, 5.25ins high, and a large selection of other drinking glassware, various Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 815 A pair of early 19th Century English glass cider carafes, the cylindrical bodies engraved with leaves and ferns, and with flared rim, 9.25ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 816

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Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 825 Lot: 817 A pair of slice-cut glass oval bowls, 8.75ins x 5.75ins x 4.25ins high (chipped), five circular slice-cut glass ice plates, 7ins diameter, a diamond and slice-cut glass oval bowl, 11ins x 7.25ins x 2.25ins high and a diamond and slice-cut glass pineapple stand, 7.5ins diameter x 5.25ins high (damaged) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 818 A 19th Century slice-cut glass jug with part spiral reeded body, 10.5ins high, and five other cut glass jugs, various Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

An early 20th Century dark blue iridescent glass vase in the "Tiffany Favrile" manner, the whole of bulbous shape and with shaded iridescence to the exterior, 6.25ins high (unmarked) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 826 An early 20th Century Daum art glass bowl of iridescent form, the crimped rim decorated in mauve and the exterior moulded with a "Wave" design, with ground pontil to base, 10.5ins diameter x 5ins high (unsigned) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 827 Lot: 819 A pair of glass decanters with spiral reeded bodies, 9ins high, and stoppers for same, four other glass decanters and a glass ewer Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

A Lalique smoked glass model of a toad, 4.5ins overall x 3.25ins high (etched mark "Lalique France" to base and paper label "LALIQUE PARIS" to back) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 829 Lot: 820 A heavy slice and diamond-cut glass bowl on square pedestal base, 9.25ins diameter x 8.75ins high (cracked), a slice-cut glass urn pattern vase on square base and cover for same, 9.75ins high, and a selection of other glassware, various (some damaged) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 821 A Victorian "Bristol Blue" rolling pin printed and overpainted with nautical themes,and a central floral and leaf cartouche containing a sentimental verse, 17.5ins long, and one smaller ditto, 15ins long (worn) Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 822 Eleven German glass rummers with clear glass bowls engraved with fruiting vines, on green tinted ribbed bases, 5.25ins high, and six late Victorian ruby tinted overlay glasses with slice and hobnail cutting, 5ins high Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

A 1920s Cartier black onyx square cased desk timepiece, the 2.125ins diameter gold coloured metal chapter ring quarter set with turquoise enamel panels, surrounding gilt engine turned dial with pale turquoise enamel Arabic numerals to the similarly set gold coloured metal hands, to the eight day movement, contained in plain black onyx case with bevelled edges, 3.75ins square, the strut engraved "European Watch and Clock Co Inc. France" and No. 1801 Estimate: £12,000.00 - £15,000.00

Lot: 830 An Elizabeth II silver cased "Milestone" pattern carriage clock by Charles Frodsham & Co - Made to commemorate the 80th Birthday of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, with arched gilt dial and silvered chapter ring, and engraved with the Tudor Rose to centre and engraved below "Elizabeth of Glamis" to the eight day movement, contained in plain silver arched top case with twin chain handle, on bun feet, 3.25ins high (No. 390 of edition of 800 - case hallmarked London 1980), with original key and contained in original packing box Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 831 Lot: 823 A pair of Victorian cranberry glass bulbous oil lamp shades with crimped rims, 9.5ins high Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 824 A modern Baccarat style glass paperweight inset with two flowers and millefiori cane borders with facets cut to the face and star cut base, 3ins diameter x 1.75ins high (bruises), and a modern Caithness glass paperweight engraved with three dolphins, 3.25ins diameter x 2.5ins high (signed "Caithness, Scotland")

A late 19th Century French carriage clock by C.A. Richard & Cie of Paris, No. 171, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals (cracked) to the eight day two train movement striking on a gong, contained in brass and bevelled glass case of moulded form, 5.75ins high (bevelled glass chipped and damaged in four places) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 832 An early 20th Century French gilt metal cased "Pendule D'Officer" travelling clock with 1.5ins dial, contained in leaf moulded and cast case, 4.5ins high, contained in brown leather covered and red silk lined travelling case (clock and case in

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two train movement striking on a bell, contained in ornate case surmounted by a figure of a female artist, 18.5ins high (dial with minor chips and worn and lacking key) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 833 A modern French oval miniature carriage timepiece retailed by Elliott & Son of London, the enamelled dial decorated with cupids to the eight day movement, contained in gilt brass and bevelled glass case with enamelled bowed end panels depicting a shepherdess, 3.75ins high Estimate: £125.00 - £150.00

Lot: 834 A late 19th Century French gilt brass and champleve enamel cased mantel timepiece, the 2.25ins white enamelled dial to the eight day movement, contained in case of rococo design, 10.75ins high, with key for same Estimate: £200.00 - £250.00

Lot: 835 A late George III mahogany cased mantel clock by James Smith, Oxford Street, London, the 7ins diameter painted dial with strike/silent lever to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in arched top case with gilt brass pineapple finial, ring handles to sides and with brass inlay to front, on ebonised ball feet, 17.25ins high Note : James Smith, Oxford Street, London, recorded working 1781-1824 Estimate: £1,500.00 - £2,000.00

Lot: 837 An early 19th Century French porcelain cased mantel clock by Berton of Paris, the 3.25ins gilt engine turned dial with Roman numerals to the eight day two train movement with silk suspension striking on a bell, contained in green glazed porcelain case, the crest moulded with a basket of fruit and with lions mask handles to sides, the front panel painted with two young lovers in a boudoir within gilt leaf scroll borders, 17ins high, and with an associated rectangular glass dome with hardwood base, 24ins high overall Note : Berton of Paris recorded late 18th Century to 1825, maker of a Cartel clock in the Ministre de la Marine in Paris Estimate: £450.00 - £600.00

Lot: 838 A Louis XV red tortoise-shell Boulle and gilt brass mounted bracket clock and bracket for same, the clock with 10ins diameter cast gilt brass dial with raised enamel numeral cartouches to the later two train movement striking on a bell, contained in ornate balloon shaped case surmounted by gilt brass figure of Minerva, with cast leaf mounts, the front with three figures representing the Three Fates, clock 44.5ins high, bracket of ogee outline with cast gilt brass female mask mounts and leaf finial, 25ins wide x 14ins high Provenance : Purchased by Mrs Catherine Dunn (nee Ballantyne), wife of James Bow Dunn in 1901 when on holiday in Brittany and thence by family descent Estimate: £4,000.00 - £5,000.00

Lot: 839 A 19th Century French gilt spelter cased mantel clock by Brocot Aine of Paris, the 3.5ins white enamelled dial to the eight day

Lot: 840 A 19th Century French gilt spelter and porcelain mounted mantel clock, the 3ins dial with numeral cartouches to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in case of rococo design, on splayed feet, 12.5ins high, and a 19th Century French carriage timepiece retailed by Boxell of Brighton, with white enamelled dial, contained in polished brass and bevelled brass case, 4.5ins high Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 841 A late 19th/early 20th Century French mantel timepiece, the 2.25ins diameter dial with Arabic numerals to the "Tic-Tac" movement, No. 4166, in painted and gilt metal mounted balloon pattern case, 9ins high, a late Victorian embossed silver photograph frame, Birmingham 1900, 6ins high, a gilt brass square photograph frame, and a French oval miniature portrait of a young woman (cracked), in rectangular "Piano Key" ivory frame Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 842 A 19th Century French gilt brass cased mantel clock retailed by Howell James & Co, the 3.25ins white enamelled dial to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in case of architectural design, 14ins high (worn and cracked to dial and lacking back cover and key) and two other timepieces Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 843 A late 19th Century French gilt brass and champleve enamel mantel clock by Vincenti & Cie, No. 1776, the 3.25ins diameter cream enamelled dial with Arabic numerals and the centre decorated with cupids and floral swags to the eight day two train movement striking on a gong, and with mercury compensated pendulum, contained in gilt brass and champleve enamel "Four Glass" case with shaped cresting and block feet, 10.75ins high, and giltwood plinth for same Estimate: £700.00 - £1,000.00

Lot: 844 A mid 20th Century Jaeger le Coultre gilt brass cased mantel timepiece, the 5.5ins square glass dial enclosing eight day visible jewelled movement and numeral studs with reeded perspex back, contained in plain gilt brass case, 6.375ins high Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 845 A reproduction American cast iron automaton moving eyes novelty clock - "John Bull", with cast mark for Bradley & Hubbard, patented July 14 1857, 15.5ins high Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 846

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The Canterbury Auction Galleries (Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables Day 2 ) Catalogue Downloaded from UKAuctioneers.com 19th Century French painted spelter night clock, No. 744, the white opaque glass globe with Roman numerals on stand supported by a cast figure of an Elizabethan page boy, on circular base inset with movement, 17ins high (globe cracked, lacking pointer, and paint flaking) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

(case veneer chipped and damaged) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 853

A 19th Century 'Black Forest' carved oak cased 'Cuckoo' clock, the 7ins dial with raised numeral cartouche to the two train movement, striking on a gong, contained in case of architectural design, 18.5ins high Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

An early 19th Century Dutch oak cased "Staart Klok", the 12ins arched painted metal dial with rocking ship to arch, the dial centre decorated with a river landscape and with Roman and Arabic numerals to the striking and alarum movement supported by turned pillars and striking on two bells, contained in case with shaped and moulded hood, the trunk with shaped and fretted brackets to sides, and shaped base with oval lenticle, 49ins high (moulded trunk later) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 848

Lot: 854

A late 19th Century German oak cased mantel clock, the arched silver dial with Arabic numerals to the eight-day twotrain movement, striking and chiming on five gongs, contained in arched and moulded topped case on ogee bracket feet, 15ins high (lacking glass door to front) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

A Victorian black papier mache cased wheel barometer and thermometer by J. Somalvico & Co of London, with 10ins diameter silvered dial, in painted, gilt decorated and mother of pearl inlaid case, 42ins high (slightly damaged) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 847

Lot: 855

Lot: 849 A late 19th/early 20th Century keyless Goliath pocket watch, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial to the eight day movement, contained in plated case, 65mm diameter, and contained in brass rectangular travelling case, by Henry W. Bedford, 67 Regent Street, London, registration No. 5873, 4.5ins x 3.5ins x 1.75ins deep and a late 19th Century French gilt metal mantel timepiece, the 2ins cream enamelled dial with Arabic numerals to the eight day movement, contained in case modelled in the form of a young boy seated on a rustic stump, on alabaster base, 9.25ins high Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 850 A late 19th Century French walnut cased wall clock, aneroid barometer and thermometer, the clock with 6.5ins diameter turned walnut dial and with raised enamel cartouches, to the eight day two train movement striking on a gong, contained in ornate walnut case with turned finials and spindles to cresting, the dial flanked by twin turned and fluted pillars, the lower case inset with enamelled fronted and alcohol thermometer and aneroid barometer, 35ins high (with some woodworm damage to walnut case) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 851 A 19th Century American inlaid walnut cased drop dial wall clock, with 12ins painted dial with Roman numerals to the twotrain movement, striking on a bell, contained in case with shaped surround and shaped base, 32ins high Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

A late Victorian walnut cased wheel barometer with 10ins diameter opaque glass dial, contained in case with carved ornament, 43ins high (lacking thermometer and with presentation oval mount) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 856 A Victorian oak cased stick barometer and thermometer by Negretti & Zambra, London, with ivory scale and vernier, with leaf carved rectangular cistern cover, 40ins high (slight discolouration to scale and wear throughout) Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 857 A 19th Century pine longcase clock by Hewer, Assendon, the 11ins painted dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial to the thirty hour movement, contained in case with broken swan neck cornice and with plain trunk door, on plinth base with shaped apron and bracket feet, 84ins high Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 858 A 1920s dark oak longcase clock of "Jacobean" design, the 10ins square brass dial with gilt brass spandrels to the eight day three train movement striking on five gongs with "Westminster" chime, contained in case with carved scroll cresting and with split turned spiral turned columns to hood, panelled trunk door, on plinth base, 78ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 859 Lot: 852 A Victorian rosewood cased drop dial wall clock, the 12ins painted metal dial with Roman numerals to the eight day fusee movement, contained in case with cast brass bezel, the rosewood case with borders inlaid in mother of pearl, 33ins high

An early 19th Century oak longcase clock by E. Carley of Bungay, the 12ins arch painted dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, to the eight-day twotrain movement, striking on a bell, contained in later carved case, the hood with shaped cresting and turned pillars, the trunk door with guilloche ornaments, 88ins high Note: Enoch

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A late 18th/early 19th Century mahogany "North Country" longcase clock, the 14ins painted dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary calendar dial, showing phases of the moon to the arch, to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in case with moulded scroll pediment and twin turned and fluted pillars to hood, conforming single columns to trunk, on splayed bracket feet, 89ins high (lacking pendulum and weights and in need of restoration) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Goodfriend of London, the 12ins arched brass dial with wide silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, the arch showing phases of the moon to the one month two train movement striking on a bell, complete with pendulum with steel rod and a pair of heavy brass cased weights, contained in good quality mahogany case with arched and moulded cornice and turned and fluted pillars to hood, arched trunk door and raised panel to plinth, 88.5ins high (movement requiring cleaning and case in need of restoration but most components present and with three replacement brass finials and brass column mounts to hood) Note : John Goodfriend recorded working London, died 1751 Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 861

Lot: 866

Lot: 860

A late 18th/early 19th Century mahogany longcase clock by W. Jefferay of Whitby, the 13ins arched painted dial with Arabic numerals to the eight day two train movement, contained in mahogany case with scrolled pediment and turned and fluted columns to hood, shaped trunk door, on ogee bracket feet, 90ins high (damaged throughout) Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 862 A 19th Century mahogany longcase clock by Hayward of Ashford, the 12ins white enamelled dial with floral spandrels and subsidiary seconds dial to the thirty hour movement striking on a bell, contained in case with shaped cresting and brass finials, with turned and fluted columns to hood and with plain trunk door, on bracket feet, 85ins high Note : Edward Hayward recorded working 1847-1874 in Ashford Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 863 An 18th Century oak longcase clock by John Stokes of Bewdley, the 12ins square brass dial with wide chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture and with turned winding holes to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in associated oak case with architectural pediment and plain turned pillars to hood, 82ins high Note: John Stokes recorded working Bewdley before 1751 Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 864 An 18th Century oak longcase clock by John Snatt of Ashford, the 12ins arched brass dial with wide silvered chapter ring with Roman and Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds dial and date aperture, the matted dial centre engraved with birds and urn of flowers to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in oak case inlaid with chequered bandings, with deep moulded cornice, blind fret frieze and plain turned pillars to hood, arched trunk door and conforming panel to plinth, 84ins high Note : John Snatt recorded working Ashford, Kent, died 1780 Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 865 A mid 18th Century mahogany longcase clock by John

A late 18th Century mahogany longcase clock by James Warren of Canterbury, the 12ins arched painted dial with Roman and Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the arch and spandrels painted in gilt overall paterae and flowers to the eight day two train movement striking on a bell, contained in figured mahogany case possibly by Lepine of Canterbury with three brass finials and shaped cresting, turned and fluted pillars to hood, figured veneered door with arched and moulded top and astragal panelled plinth, 89ins high Note : James Warren recorded working Canterbury 1757-1793 Provenance : Mrs Gracie Baynes (wife of Colonel Baynes Late of the Indian Army) who returned from India in 1913 and moved into The Baye at Ickham near Canterbury in 1913 and thence by family descent Estimate: £1,200.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 867 An early 18th Century longcase clock by John Hough of High Leigh, the 10ins square brass dial with single hand and silvered chapter ring, to the thirty hour movement with outside locking plate striking on a bell, contained in plain oak case with moulded cornice and plain turned pillars to hood, plain trunk door and on bracket feet, 79ins high Provenance : Purchased from Brian Loomes and illustrated in his book - "Brass Dial Clocks" Estimate: £1,800.00 - £2,400.00

Lot: 870 An antique North West Persian rug woven in colours with central double headed lozenge shaped medallion, conforming spandrels and filler motifs on a dark blue ground within conforming border, 87ins x 56ins (slight moth damage to field and minor wear to throughout) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 871 A Persian rug of Kashan design woven in colours with geometric lozenge shaped medallion and filler motifs on a madder ground within conforming border, 78ins x 52ins Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 872 An antique Hamadan runner woven in colours with Herati variations on a blue ground within conforming borders, 18ft 6ins x 3ft 9ins

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(some old repairs) Estimate: £1,200.00 - £1,600.00

Lot: 873 An antique Malayer runner woven in colours with six linked medallions on a madder ground within conforming borders, 18ft 6ins x 3ft (faded and extensively worn) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 874 An antique Hamadan runner woven in colours with endless boteh repeats on a madder ground within conforming borders, 16ft x 3ft 4ins (worn throughout) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 884 A set of nine Victorian mahogany balloon back dining chairs with leaf carved splats, the drop-in seats upholstered in blue cloth, on turned and leaf carved front legs Estimate: £700.00 - £900.00

Lot: 885 A set of six George III mahogany dining chairs of Hepplewhite design with arched crest rails and pierced vase pattern splats, the drop-in seats upholstered in needlework on square tapered front legs (slight damage and repairs) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 875 An antique North West Persian runner woven in colours with four linked medallions and filler motifs on a madder ground within conforming borders, 13ft 9ins x 3ft 6ins (wear throughout) Estimate: £200.00 - £250.00

Lot: 876 An antique Hamadan runner woven in muted colours with five geometric medallions on a blue ground within conforming geometric border, 11ft 4ins x 4ft (worn) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 877 A Hamadan carpet woven in colours with endless "Herati" repeat pattern on a dark blue ground within conforming borders, 9ft x 6ft 9ins Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 886 A set of six late Victorian mahogany framed spoon back open armchairs, the seats, backs and arm pads upholstered in red leather cloth, on turned and fluted legs Note : Thought to be from a Pullman Carriage - with metal brackets to underside of legs Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

Lot: 887 A set of eight late 18th/early 19th Century ash ladder back dining chairs (including two armchairs) with rush seats, on turned front legs and pad feet Note : Purchased from Paul Hopwell Antiques, 30 High Street, West Haddon, Northamptonshire, April 1998 (with receipt for same) Estimate: £3,000.00 - £4,000.00

Lot: 888 Lot: 878 A 20th Century Caucasian carpet woven in colours with geometric central medallion and motifs on a pale tan ground within conforming border, 10ft 6ins x 7ft 4ins (stained and faded throughout) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

A set of six 1920s mahogany dining chairs of Chippendale design with shaped and leaf carved crest rails and fretted vase pattern splats, the drop-in seats up in red leather cloth, on cabriole front legs with claw and ball feet Estimate: £450.00 - £600.00

Lot: 889 Lot: 879 A carpet of Ushak design, woven in muted colours, with stylised Herati motifs on a madder ground, within conforming border, 14ft x 11ft Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 880 An antique Turkoman carpet woven in muted colours and ivory with three rows of nine octagonal guls on a red ground within geometric borders, 12ft 6ins x 7ft 8ins (poor condition throughout) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 883 A set of eight early Victorian mahogany dining chairs (including two armchairs) with arched crest rails, carved splats, the seats upholstered in peach pattern damask, on turned front legs

A set of five late Victorian mahogany dining chairs of Chippendale design, the shaped crest rails with leaf carving and with pierced splats, the seats upholstered in white cloth, on cabriole front legs and pad feet (slight damage and wear throughout) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 890 A set of six Victorian mahogany dining chairs with shaped bar backs and leaf carved crest rails, the seats upholstered in tapestry, on turned and reeded front legs (slight damage and wear throughout) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 891 Three George III mahogany dining chairs (including one armchair) with reeded curved splats and arms, on reeded sabre

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Lot: 892 Two old walnut high back armchairs of 17th Century design with leaf carved backs, caned splats and seats and on turned supports (carving probably later and with old repairs) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 893 A pair of mahogany armchairs of George III design with reeded uprights, plain crest rails and pierced backs, the seats upholstered in red leaf pattern cloth, on square tapered front legs and spade toes (worn) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 900 A Victorian mahogany balloon back occasional chair with moulded showwood frame, the seat and back upholstered in green dralon, the back buttoned, on turned and reeded baluster moulded front legs and castors, and a mahogany rectangular toilet mirror of Georgian design on slender turned uprights and scrolled feet (stretcher slightly damaged) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 901 Three late George III mahogany dining chairs (including one armchair) with satinwood banding to crest rails, triple fretted splats and reeded uprights, the drop-in seats upholstered in rose dralon, on square front legs, and a similar mahogany armchair (worn and faded throughout) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 902 A Victorian rosewood circular adjustable piano stool, the seat upholstered in old gold dralon, on baluster turned centre column and three splayed supports, 14ins diameter x 18ins high (damage to underside of seat), and a Victorian rosewood writing slope inlaid with mother of pearl, 16ins x 10ins x 3.5ins high (damaged) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 894 A pair of George IV mahogany armchairs with rectangular curved crest rails, reeded uprights and arms, the seats upholstered in tan hide, on turned and reeded legs Estimate: £350.00 - £500.00

Lot: 895 A mahogany armchair of Chippendale design with shaped crest rail and pierced vase pattern splat, and leaf capped shaped arm terminals, the seat upholstered in brown cloth, on square moulded front legs Estimate: £70.00 - £100.00

Lot: 903 A Victorian stripped pitch pine pew with panelled back, 35ins wide Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 904

Lot: 896 A George III mahogany armchair of Chippendale design with shaped crest rail and pierced vase pattern splat, the drop-in seat upholstered in green gilt leaf patterned damask on square front legs and a ditto armchair of Hepplewhite design Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

A 1920s mahogany rectangular stool, the top upholstered in red vinyl and studded, on leaf carved slender cabriole legs and claw and ball feet, 38ins wide x 20ins deep x 19ins high (one leg broken and repaired and loose to joints) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 905

Lot: 897 A pair of Victorian oak hall chairs with shaped and moulded backs and shaped wood seats, on turned fluted front legs (both in poor condition) Estimate: £50.00 - £70.00

A 19th Century gilt framed window seat with scroll back chair pattern ends, with turned and fluted crest rails and pierced splat, upholstered in green brocade, on moulded sabre legs, 41ins x 14.5ins x 30ins high (gilding somewhat chipped and rubbed at highlights and some overpainting) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 898 A late 18th Century Dutch walnut occasional chair inlaid throughout with floral motif, with shaped crest rail, solid vase pattern splats and shaped uprights, the seat upholstered in leaf pattern cloth, on leaf carved cabriole front legs and claw and ball feet (extensive damage and repairs throughout) Estimate: £200.00 - £250.00

Lot: 899 A late 17th Century oak armchair, the panelled back with shaped crest rail and carved with leaf and floral motifs, wood seat, on turned front legs (with replacement seat) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 906 A Victorian mahogany rectangular hall bench with turned roll ends, moulded edges, on turned legs, 42ins x 13ins x 21ins high (somewhat faded) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 907 A 1920s panelled oak "Monks" bench, 36ins wide x 19ins deep x 27ins high (faded and worn throughout) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

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Lot: 908

Lot: 916

A panelled oak "Monk's" bench of "17th Century" design with Gothic panelled back Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

A Victorian walnut nursing chair with carved cresting and spiral turned uprights, the T-shaped back and seat upholstered in floral scroll tapestry, on cabriole front legs and castors Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 909

Lot: 917

A Victorian mahogany framed high back nursing chair with shaped and pierced cresting and slender turned uprights, the back and seat upholstered in striped needlework, on turned front legs and castors, and a Victorian stained wood spoon back nursing chair with carved crest rail, the back and seat upholstered in green dralon, the back buttoned, on cabriole legs and castors Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

A pair of French beechwood framed oval backed fauteuils of Louis XVI design, the backs upholstered in tapestry, the seats and arm pads upholstered in green dralon, on turned and fluted front legs, and a single ditto of Louis XV design, the seat and back upholstered in tapestry, on cabriole front legs Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 918

Lot: 910 A Victorian walnut high back nursing chair with carved and pierced cresting and spiral turned uprights, the back and seat upholstered in brown dralon, the seat buttoned, on cabriole front legs Estimate: £70.00 - £100.00

A Victorian walnut framed library armchair with low horse-shoe pattern back and with leaf carved oval splat and scroll supports, the seat and back upholstered in red velour, on turned and fluted front legs Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 919

Lot: 911 A pair of Victorian rosewood drawing room chairs with shaped and moulded backs and pierced and carved splats the seats upholstered in floral needlework, on cabriole front legs (one with repaired splat), and a Victorian walnut framed nursing chair with shaped, fretted and carved back, the seat upholstered in needlework, on cabriole front legs Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

An Edwardian mahogany framed three seat settee of George III design with cane panelled seat, back and arms, the arms with turned front supports, on square tapered legs and castors, 66ins wide, with seat cushions upholstered in rose dralon for same Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 920 Lot: 912 A Victorian walnut framed nursing chair, the shaped and moulded showwood frame with carved floral cresting, upholstered in striped floral needlework, on cabriole front legs and castors (faded and damaged to frame) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 913 A pair of Victorian walnut framed spoon back easy chairs, the carved showwood frames with ribbon ornament and scrolled arm terminals, variously upholstered in old gold and peach dralon, on cabriole front legs and claw and ball feet (slightly damaged) Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 914 A Victorian ebonised library armchair of "Aesthetic" design, carved and decorated in gilt, the back, seat and arm pads upholstered in green patterned cloth, the back and arm pads buttoned, on turned and fluted front legs and castors Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

A late Victorian three seat Chesterfield settee in green linen union bird and floral loose covers, 90ins wide x 36ins deep x 29ins high (repaired to legs) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 921 A gilt framed two seat settee of Louis XVI design with floral cresting and scale pattern borders, upholstered in green striped cloth, on turned and fluted legs, 53ins wide Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 922 A late Victorian easy chair in the Howard & Sons "Harley" style with green floral linen loose covers, on square tapered front legs and castors Estimate: £700.00 - £1,000.00

Lot: 923

Lot: 915 A Victorian walnut nursing chair with pierced cresting and spiral turned uprights, the back and seat upholstered in armorial pattern cloth, on cabriole front legs and castors Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

A late Victorian Howard & Sons "Baring" two seat settee upholstered in pale blue rep on turned front legs and castors, 60ins wide x 30ins deep x 29ins high Note: Stamped to inside of back leg "Howard & Sons, Berners Street", No 6783 and 1644 and with paper label pasted to underside of central wooden support rail Estimate: £1,500.00 - £2,000.00

Lot: 925

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The Canterbury Auction Galleries (Two Day Sale of Fine Art, Antiques and Collectables Day 2 ) Catalogue Downloaded from UKAuctioneers.com A near Eastern mother of pearl covered octagonal occasional table with open arcaded sides, with incised decoration to the mother of pearl, 13.5ins wide x 15.5ins high (damaged) Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

three shaped shelves enclosed by a pair of twin astragal moulded and panelled doors, 34ins wide x 19ins deep x 43ins high (slight wear) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 926

Lot: 934

A near Eastern carved hardwood and mother of pearl inlaid hexagonal occasional table, the base with fretted sides, 20.5ins wide x 21.5ins high Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

An 18th Century walnut hanging corner cupboard with arched cresting fitted three shelves enclosed by a single "Ten Pane" astragal glazed door, 26ins wide x 14ins deep x 41ins high (with woodworm damage and worn throughout), and key for same Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 927 An early 19th Century French painted wood oval table/screen, the top painted with the scene of a harbour quay, on square end supports and trestle feet, 30ins x 23.5ins x 28ins high Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 928 An 18th Century oak "Coffer Bach" of plain form, the lid with staple hinges, fitted two drawers, on bracket feet 28ins wide x 14.5ins deep x 17.75ins high Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 929 A good George IV mahogany five tier whatnot of square pyramidal form in the manner of Gillows, the upper tier with turned and leaf capped finials, and with turned and reeded supports, the lower three tiers each fitted one drawer, on turned feet and castors, 19.5ins square x 70ins high (with three splits to tiers, and moulding missing in two places) Estimate: £1,500.00 - £2,000.00

Lot: 930

Lot: 935 A George III mahogany tray top night commode, fitted cupboard enclosed by tambour shutter, deep drawer under, on square moulded legs, 19.5ins wide x 18ins deep x 30ins high (stained to top and slight wear throughout) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 936 A Victorian figured walnut and gilt metal mounted wall cabinet fitted one shelf on scroll supports and inset with mirror panel, cupboard under enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, 30ins wide x 24ins deep x 29ins high (mirror panel to back cracked) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 937 A 20th Century Chinese camphor wood blanket chest carved with figures in landscapes, 29ins wide x 14ins deep x 15ins high (faded and worn) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

A Chinese camphor wood blanket chest carved with figures in a garden scene, 40ins wide x 20.5ins deep x 22ins high (with loose feet) and one other Chinese camphor wood blanket chest, the top and front carved with figures on a terrace, 37ins wide x 17.5ins deep x 19ins high Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 938

Lot: 931

Lot: 939

A 19th Century mahogany hanging corner cupboard fitted three shelves enclosed by oak panelled door, 32ins wide x 17.5ins deep x 44.5ins high Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

A 1920s mahogany three fold fire screen of Chinese design with shaped and pierced cresting and with carved bellflower ornament, the central panel inset with Chinese embroidered silk cuff, on leaf carved splayed legs, 57ins wide x 40ins high (in poor condition) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

A nest of three Edwardian mahogany rectangular occasional tables, the tops inlaid with satinwood bandings, on slender twin turned end supports and trestle feet, 21ins x 14.5ins x 27.5ins high (top faded) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 932 An 18th Century oak hanging corner cupboard, the painted interior fitted three shaped shelves enclosed by a pair of arched and fielded panelled doors, 40ins wide x 21ins deep x 41ins high (one door warped and with slight damage and old woodworm damage throughout) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 940 A Victorian mahogany folding bagatelle board, 54ins x 28ins x 6ins (faded and worn), complete with two cues and a set of bagatelle balls Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 933

Lot: 941

A George III mahogany hanging corner cupboard with moulded cornice and split turned moulded columns to corners, fitted

A nest of three 1920s oak rectangular occasional tables with shaped edges, on twin spiral turned supports and splayed

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A teak framed bar billiards table, 76.5ins x 34.5ins, x 35ins high, with two cues and balls for same Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 942

Lot: 951

A pair of gilt circular torcheres of classical design, the leaf moulded friezes with floral swags, on three scrolled supports and scrolled toes, 12ins diameter x 45ins high, and a gilt and carved electric standard lamp Note : The standard lamp will need to be rewired by a qualified electrician before use Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

An Italian carved and stained walnut jardiniere stand/torchere with shaped top, on carved Griffin pattern centre column and shaped tripod base, 37ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 952

Lot: 943

A mahogany oval toilet mirror of Sheraton design with shaped supports, the serpentine fronted base inlaid with chequered stringings, fitted three small drawers on ogee bracket feet, 17.5ins wide (surface repolished - retains old black marks and mirror plate damaged) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

A 19th Century figured mahogany night commode with twin dummy drawer front, on turned feet, 24.5ins wide x 18.5ins deep x 28.5ins high Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 944

Lot: 953

A 19th Century French fruitwood crib with bird head finial to upright and turned spindles to the crib, 65ins high (loose to joints and worn) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

A 19th Century stripped pine kitchen table with five plank top, on turned legs, 67ins x 30ins x 29ins high (faded and worn and with old woodworm damage) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 945 A late Georgian mahogany night commode, the twin dummy drawer front with figured veneers, on bracket feet, 23ins wide x 20ins deep x 29ins high (adapted and with replacement handles) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 955 An 18th Century Continental oak rectangular side table with framed flush panelled top and moulded edge, fitted one frieze drawer, on slender turned and octagonal supports, shaped and moulded stretcher, on turned bun feet, 31ins wide x 26ins deep x 27.5ins high (with later handle and underframe cleaned off) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 946 A 19th Century French tulipwood three tier etagere of shaped outline, the crossbanded tiers with gilt metal mounts, on spiral turned front supports, 25ins wide x 16ins deep x 35ins high Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 947 A walnut and ebonised rectangular wall mounted cabinet of Art Deco design with ebonised mouldings, the panelled door inset with coloured print after Pieter de Hooch (1629-1684), 22ins wide x 5ins deep x 24ins high Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 948 Two late Georgian mahogany square tray top bedside tables, later inlaid with boxwood stringings, the tops with handle cutouts and both enclosed by a single door, on square tapered legs, 14ins square x 32.5ins high (slight damage and wear throughout) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 949 An Edwardian mahogany "Spider Leg" Sutherland table of Georgian design, 30ins x 32ins x 27.25ins high (slight damage and wear throughout) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 950

Lot: 956 An early Victorian rosewood rectangular tea table with figured veneered folding top, plain apron, on octagonal baluster centre column and swept-in rectangular base with turned bun feet with recessed castors, 39ins wide x 19.25ins deep x 30ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 957 A mahogany two pedestal dining table of Georgian design with two extra leaves for same, the top with reeded edge, on turned supports each with three splayed legs with brass toes and castors, 103ins x 42ins extended x 28ins high (extensively faded and adapted) Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 958 A George III mahogany triple topped card and tea table, the top with carved and moulded edges, on square legs with beaded mouldings, 36ins wide x 17ins deep x 29.5ins high (slightly faded and repolished) Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 959 An Edwardian mahogany dressing table inlaid with chequered bandings, fitted three drawers, on square tapered legs and

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worn, with damage to rule joints and generally in a poor condition) Estimate: £70.00 - £100.00

Lot: 960

Lot: 968

A late George III mahogany enclosed dressing table, the folding top enclosing numerous compartments (lacking cupboards and central mirror), dummy drawer front above pullout drawer to hold wash bowl and fitted two drawers and cupboards, on six turned legs and castors, 38ins x 21ins x 36ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

A William IV mahogany rectangular tea table with rounded front corners, on rectangular centre column and inswept platform base and quadruple scrolled toes, 36ins wide x 19ins deep x 28.5ins high (extensively faded and stained) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 969

Lot: 961 A Victorian mahogany kneehole desk by P. Penn & Co, Dover, the top with moulded edge and inset with brown leather cloth, fitted nine drawers, on plinth support, 47ins wide x 25ins deep x 29ins high (faded and worn and generally in poor condition) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 962

A 1920s mahogany extending dining table with rounded and reeded ends, with one extra leaf, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 57ins x 42ins x 30ins high, and a set of four mahogany dining chairs of "Chippendale" design with fretted and carved vase pattern splats, the drop-in seats upholstered in leaf pattern cloth, on cabriole front legs with claw and ball feet Estimate: £300.00 - £350.00

Lot: 970

A George III oak circular tripod table with three plank top, on turned centre column and splayed legs and castors, 28ins diameter x 29ins high (stained and worn) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 963 An Edwardian mahogany Sutherland table, the top with satinwood banding and with canted corners, on slatted square end supports and square splayed legs, 24ins x 26.5ins x 26.5ins high (worn) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 964 A Victorian walnut rectangular work table inlaid with ebonised bandings and with curved sides, the lifting top enclosing fitted interior with work basket under, on twin turned end supports and carved trestle base and castors, 24.5ins wide x 16ins deep x 28ins high Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 965 A modern French kingwood and satinwood circular two tier occasional table of rococo design inlaid with floral marquetry and with leaf carved mounts and pierced scroll brackets, on quadruple cabriole supports, 23.5ins diameter x 24ins high Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

An early 20th Century oak kneehole desk with green leather inset to top, fitted nine drawers, on bracket feet, 51ins wide x 24ins deep x 28ins high, and an early 20th Century oak bookcase, the upper part with moulded cornice and fitted two shelves, the base fitted cupboard enclosed by a pair of fielded panelled doors, on plinth support, 48ins wide x 16ins deep x 77ins high (both in poor condition - desk damaged to front Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 971 An 18th Century oak side table, the top with moulded edge fitted three drawers above arched kneehole, on cabriole legs and pad feet, 41ins wide x 23ins deep x 31ins high (slight damage throughout) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 972 A French walnut and marquetry circular occasional table with star inlaid to top, on square legs with shaped undertier, 20ins diameter x 27ins high Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 973

Lot: 966 A Victorian figured walnut and gilt metal mounted occasional table of shaped outline, the top with quartered matched veneer, fitted single drawer, on slender cabriole legs, 38.5ins wide x 25.5ins deep x 28.5ins high Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 967 A late Georgian mahogany dropleaf cottage dining table on square tapered legs, 37.5ins x 49ins x 28ins high (extensively

An oak refectory table of 17th Century design with cleated top, on bulbous turned end supports and block feet, 88ins x 34ins x 30ins high, and a set of eight ladder back dining chairs (including two armchairs) with turned uprights and rush seats, on turned legs Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 974 A George III mahogany dining table, the top with moulded edge and with rounded corners, with one extra leaf for same, on turned legs and castors, 83ins x 46ins x 28.5ins high (top stained, faded and slightly warped and with wear throughout) Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

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Lot: 975 An early Victorian rosewood rectangular card table, the plain folding top with rounded corners, on turned centre column and inswept platform base with turned feet and castors, 36ins wide x 18ins deep x 29ins high (top slightly warped and minor wear throughout) Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 976 A 19th Century Continental walnut rectangular occasional table, the top with burr veneers, fitted single frieze drawer, on turned column and scrolled tripod base, 19ins wide x 16.5ins deep x 28.5ins high (top cracked and slightly warped and the table faded throughout) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

shaped piecrust rim, on turned and fluted centre column and splayed legs with claw and ball feet, 22ins diameter x 27ins high Estimate: £70.00 - £100.00

Lot: 984 A modern pine side table with plain top and blue painted finish base, fitted three drawers, on cabriole legs, 72ins wide x 16ins deep x 30ins high (slight wear throughout) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 985 A Victorian mahogany library table with green leather inset to top, fitted single drawer to each end, on turned legs, 80ins x 43ins x 30ins high (faded and worn) Estimate: £250.00 - £400.00

Lot: 977 A Victorian mahogany circular extending dining table with three extra leaves for same, on heavy turned and leaf carved legs and with brass caps and castors, 115ins x 54ins extended x 29.5ins high Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 978 A George III mahogany semi-circular card table inlaid with boxwood stringings and satinwood crossbanding, the baize lined folding top on square tapered legs with spade toes, 36ins wide x 18ins deep x 29ins high (faded and worn) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 986 A pine table with cleated plank top on late 18th/early 19th Century metal bound lead lined trough base, 132ins x 47ins x 28ins high Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 987 A late Georgian oak rectangular tripod table, 26.5ins x 25.5ins x 27.5ins high (faded and worn throughout) Estimate: £70.00 - £100.00

Lot: 988 Lot: 979 A 19th Century mahogany D-shaped dropleaf table on turned legs, 36ins wide x 35ins deep x 28ins high (faded and in poor condition) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

A Victorian maple rectangular library table with black leather cloth inset to top, fitted two drawers, on lyre pattern end supports and trestle base and castors, 48ins wide x 28ins deep x 29.5ins high Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 980

Lot: 989

A late Georgian mahogany bow-front side table, the top with reeded edge, fitted single drawer, on turned legs, 39ins wide x 21.5ins deep x 31ins high (faded and repolished) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

A Victorian mahogany rectangular library table, the top with moulded edge, fitted one frieze drawer to front and reverse, on turned legs and castors, 41.5ins x 25.5ins x 29.5ins high (repolished) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 981 A Victorian rosewood centre table of serpentine outline on leaf capped lyre end supports and scrolled feet, 46ins x 24ins x 27.5ins high Estimate: £350.00 - £500.00

Lot: 982 An Edwardian mahogany semi-circular occasional table inlaid to top and throughout with urn and swag ornament, fitted single drawer, on square tapered legs and inswept undertier, 23ins wide x 12ins deep x 30ins high (faded and worn) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 983 A modern circular tripod table of Georgian design, the top with

Lot: 990 A walnut lowboy/dressing table of early 18th Century design, the quarter veneered top inlaid with herringbone banding and crossbanded, and with re-entrant front corners, fitted three drawers, on cabriole legs and pad feet, 36ins wide 18ins deep x 29.5ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £250.00

Lot: 991 A George III partridge wood circular work table inlaid with stringings, the satinwood lined lifting top revealing paper lined interior, on three shaped supports, 13.75ins diameter x 27ins high (with old repairs) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 992

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Lot: 1000 An Edwardian oval two tier occasional table, the top with plain gallery and inlaid with oval paterae to centre, on splayed square supports, the undertier with gilt brass gallery, on castors, 29ins wide x 21ins deep x 28ins high (top and joints loose) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 993 A French kingwood marquetry and gilt brass mounted rectangular dressing table/writing table of Louis XV design, the top inlaid with floral sprays, fitted slide and three small drawers, the centre drawer containing folding mirror, on slender cabriole legs with leaf sabots, 27.5ins wide x 13.5ins deep x 29ins high Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 1001 A Victorian oak kneehole desk with green leather inset to top, fitted nine drawers, on plinth base and castors, 40ins wide x 22ins deep x 29ins high Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 1002

Lot: 994 A George IV mahogany extending dining table, the framed top with moulded edge and with three extra leaves for same, the ends with astragal panelled frieze meet with four turned legs and castors, 110ins x 47ins extended x 27ins high (with alterations and adaptations, top replaced and repolished and sun faded to one end) Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 995 A George III mahogany oval breakfast table, the top with reeded edge on turned central column and quadruple reeded splayed supports with cast brass paw feet and castors, 60ins x 45ins x 29.5ins high (top faded and with slight split) Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

Lot: 996 An 18th Century mahogany architects table with rising top, on square moulded legs, 39ins wide x 27ins deep x 28ins high (damaged, incomplete and in need of restoration) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 997 A late Victorian mahogany kneehole desk with red leather inset to top, fitted nine drawers, 48ins wide x 23ins deep x 28ins high (extensively damaged) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 998 A light oak refectory table of "17th Century" design, the four panel top on chamfered twin turned end supports and trestle base, 87ins x 33ins x 29.5ins high, and a set of eight matching ladder back dining chairs (including two armchairs) with shaped finials, wood seats, on turned front legs and shaped block feet, and cushions for same Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 999 A George III mahogany rectangular card table with green baize lined folding top, on square moulded legs, 36.5ins wide x 18.5ins deep x 28.5ins high (top split and slightly warped faded and worn throughout) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

A George IV mahogany dropleaf Pembroke supper table, the top with moulded edge, fitted one real and one dummy drawer, on square centre column and quadruple splayed supports with brass paw feet and castors, 38.5ins x 42ins x 29ins high Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 1003 A George III oak circular tripod table, the four piece top on turned central column and splayed supports, 32ins diameter x 28.5ins high (slight wear throughout) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1004 A 17th Century oak oval gateleg table with baluster turned supports, 42ins x 48ins x 27.5ins high (with replacement hinges, damage and wear throughout and with evidence of old woodworm damage) Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 1005 A George III mahogany square tripod table on turned centre column and splayed legs, 21ins square x 28ins high Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 1006 A Victorian walnut octagonal occasional table, 19ins diameter x 30ins high, and a mahogany rectangular bedside table, the top with moulded edge, fitted one frieze drawer and cupboard, on turned central column with triangular inswept base and pad feet, 19.5ins wide x 15ins deep x 28ins high (adapted) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 1007 A Victorian oval mahogany breakfast table, the top with moulded edge, on turned and carved central column and quadruple splayed supports and castors, 55ins wide x 42ins deep x 31ins high (castors later) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 1008 A Victorian rosewood oval occasional table of shaped outline, on turned and carved end bulbous supports and splayed legs and castors, 36ins x 19ins x 28ins high

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Lot: 1016

Lot: 1009

A late Victorian mahogany square envelope card table with green baize lined folding top, fitted single drawer, on square tapered and fluted legs and castors, 23.5ins square x 29.5ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

An old oak rectangular buffet of "17th Century" design with leaf carved ornament, herringbone bandings and carved with face masks, fitted two frieze drawers, on bulbous turned front supports and bulbous feet, 54ins wide x 22ins deep x 37ins high (incorporating earlier timbers - wear throughout) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1010 A Victorian stripped pine kitchen table fitted one drawer, on turned legs, 42ins x 32ins x 29ins high (faded, worn and in poor condition and with later feet), and four early 19th Century ash kitchen chairs (including one armchair) with twin turned rails to back and rush seats, on turned legs Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 1011 An old oak oval gateleg table of "17th Century" design fitted one drawer, on slender baluster turned supports and block feet, 31ins x 41ins x 26ins high (top stained and damaged - with replacement hinges and general wear throughout) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 1017 A Victorian mahogany extending dining table with four extra leaves, on slender turned and reeded legs with brass caps and castors, 84ins x 40ins extended by 28.5ins high (faded and worn), and winding handle for same, and a Victorian mahogany leaf cupboard with lifting top and side door, fitted to take three leaves, 10.5ins wide x 22ins deep x 50ins high Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

Lot: 1018 A South African stained hardwood circular breakfast table of Georgian design, the top with moulded edge and with shaped rim, on cabriole legs and claw and ball feet, 54ins diameter x 30.5ins high (slightly faded), and a set of four ditto hardwood dining chairs with shaped crest rails and slatted backs, caned seats, on cabriole front legs (chairs with damage to canework) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1019

Lot: 1012

A late Victorian walnut square two tier Victorian table of Arts & Crafts design in the manner of E.W. Godwin, with moulded top edge, on square supports, 16.75ins square x 27ins high (faded and stained throughout) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

A Victorian carved oak rectangular side table, carved throughout with leaf ornament, fitted single drawer, on turned front supports, 36ins wide x 15ins deep x 30ins high (lacking back) Estimate: £70.00 - £100.00

Lot: 1020

Lot: 1013 A Regency rosewood circular breakfast table with figured veneered top, square edge and narrow apron, inlaid with brass stringings, on turned central column and splayed tripod supports inlaid with brass stringings and with brass cast leaf pattern toes and castors, 48ins diameter x 28ins high (slight wear and scratching throughout) Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

A late Victorian walnut circular centre or library table by Gillows & Co, the top inset with green tooled leather, moulded edge and on central turned and fluted column supports and three angular scrolled feet, 39.5ins diameter x 29ins high (stamped Gillow & Co and number 10089 to underside) Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 1021 A George III mahogany chest with moulded edge to top, fitted baize lined brushing slide, two short and three long graduated drawers, on bracket feet, 36.5ins wide x 19.25ins deep x 36ins high (gilt brass handles of later date) Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 1014 A mahogany circular occasional table of "Chinese Chippendale" design, the top with moulded edge and with arcaded fretted frieze, on quadruple turned cluster supports with fretted stretcher, on turned feet and castors, 30ins diameter x 30ins high (slightly faded and worn) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 1022

Lot: 1015 A late Victorian mahogany envelope card table of shaped and moulded outline, the gilt tooled baize lined folding top with inset copper circular pockets to leaves, fitted single drawer, on leaf carved cabriole legs and pad feet and castors, 23ins square x 30ins high Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

A late Victorian brass bound teak military chest in two sections, two short and four long drawers with recessed brass handles, the centre drawer fitted with a leather lined writing surface and various compartments, 39ins wide x 19.75ins deep x 39ins high (lacking turned feet) bearing brass plaque to front detailing the journey of the chest from Woolwich to Horfield in 1883 through its journey around India, and returning from Jabalpur to Ickham in 1913, a journey of 30,000 miles in 30 years Provenance : The property of the late Colonel Baynes of the Indian Army who on returning from India in 1913 moved to The Baye in Ickham near Canterbury, Kent Estimate: £700.00 - £1,000.00

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Lot: 1023 An 18th Century figured walnut chest on stand, the upper part fitted two short and three long drawers with crossbanded fronts and later handles and escutcheons, the stand fitted two short and one long drawer, shaped apron, on later cabriole legs and pad feet, 38ins wide x 24ins deep x 63ins high (in poor condition) Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

high (extensively faded and one foot loose) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 1031 A George III oak chest of drawers, the top with moulded edge, fitted two short and three long drawers with original gilt metal oval dropleaf handles with lion pattern embossed back plates, on bracket feet, 41ins wide x 21ins deep x 45ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 1024 A late 18th / early 19th Century oak and elm dresser, the open rack with angled cornice, fitted three shelves, the base with moulded top edge fitted five drawers, on turned front supports, 66ins wide x 20ins deep x 82ins high (slight damage throughout) Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

Lot: 1025 A George IV mahogany Chiffonier of small proportions, the tray topped shelf with moulded S-scroll brackets and plain mirror panelled back, the base enclosed by a pair of figured panelled doors flanked by bold moulded scroll columns and plinth base, 31ins wide x 16ins deep x 49ins high Estimate: £450.00 - £600.00

Lot: 1026 A late Georgian mahogany bow-front sideboard inlaid with chequered and boxwood stringings, fitted two central drawers flanked by cupboards, on turned legs, 51ins wide x 25ins deep x 34ins high (faded and worn throughout) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 1032 A Victorian walnut millinery cabinet, the top with moulded cornice, fitted single shelf enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, two short and four long graduated drawers under, on plinth base, 48ins wide x 22ins deep x 72ins high (faded), and a late Victorian figured walnut chest of drawers with rounded front corners, fitted two short and three long drawers, on plinth base, 42ins wide x 22ins deep x 42ins high (slightly faded) Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 1033 A late Victorian rosewood corner cupboard inlaid with boxwood stringings and marquetry and satinwood fan motifs, with shaped cresting to top, the upper part inset with mirrored panels, the base with central cupboard enclosed by a panelled door inset with oval mirrored panel and with open niche to sides and under, on square legs, 30ins wide x 19ins deep x 76ins high Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1034

A George III mahogany bureau, the slope enclosing seven small drawers and pigeon-holes, fitted four long graduated drawers under, on bracket feet, 38ins wide x 21ins deep x 42ins high (slightly damaged throughout) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

A late Georgian mahogany Secretaire chest of drawers inlaid with ebonised stringings and with square top edge, the Secretaire drawer with fall-front enclosing fitted interior with nine satinwood veneered drawers and pigeon-holes, three long graduated drawers under, on splayed bracket front feet, 43ins wide x 22ins deep x 42ins high (damaged throughout) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 1028

Lot: 1035

Lot: 1027

An oak dresser of "17th Century" design fitted two central small drawers flanked by two deep drawers, on turned supports and plain stretchers, 46ins wide x 20ins deep x 34ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £250.00

Lot: 1029 An old pine kitchen dresser, the later upper part with moulded cornice fitted three open shelves, the base fitted two drawers, on square legs with undertier, 60ins wide x 21ins deep x 106ins high (top and base associated and with wear and damage throughout) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 1030 A 19th Century French figured mahogany Secretaire chest of drawers in the "Biedermeier" manner with stepped and moulded top and crossbanded drawer fronts, the Secretaire drawer fitted six small drawers and with spindle turned sides, five drawers above and below, 45ins wide x 23ins deep x 62ins

A George III mahogany break-front sideboard inlaid with satinwood bandings, chequered and boxwood stringings, the top with brass rail gallery, fitted to centre with single frieze drawer and cupboard under enclosed by a pair of doors flanked by deep drawers with dummy fronts, on square tapered legs and spade toes, 67ins wide x 29ins deep x 51ins high Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 1036 A George III oak bureau, the slope enclosing fitted interior with six small drawers, pigeon-holes, the central cupboard enclosed by a door with a coronet motif, two short and three long drawers under, on bracket feet, 37ins wide x 20ins deep x 39ins high (patches to slope and top and with areas of minor damage throughout) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1037 A late 17th/early 18th Century Flemish panelled oak mule chest, the top with moulded edge, the three panel moulded

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Lot: 1038 An early 18th Century oak bureau, the slope enclosing fitted interior with nine small drawers, pigeon-holes and well, two short and two long drawers under, on bracket feet, 33.5ins wide x 18.5ins deep x 39.5ins high Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1039 A panelled oak dresser base of 18th Century design, fitted three frieze drawers with bevelled fronts, central open niche under flanked by cupboards enclosed by fielded panelled doors, 53ins wide x 17ins deep x 33ins high Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

Lot: 1045 A 19th Century stripped pine dresser, the upper part with open back and fitted two shelves, the base fitted three drawers, on square front supports, 96ins wide x 25ins deep x 84ins high (replacement cornice to back and old woodworm damage and wear throughout) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 1046 A mahogany chest of drawers of George III design, the top with reeded edge, fitted three drawers with swan neck handles, on bracket feet, 24.5ins wide x 18ins deep x 30ins high (reduced in proportions) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 1047

Lot: 1040 A 1930s figured walnut and brass mounted cocktail cabinet of 18th Century design with arched top, fitted single shelf enclosed by a pair of doors with pierced brass hinges and lock plate, single drawer under, on cabriole legs and claw and ball feet, 25ins wide x 19ins deep x 55ins high Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 1041 A Victorian lady's gilt metal mounted figured walnut Bonheur Du Jour inlaid throughout with boxwood, marquetry and stringings, the superstructure with central drawer and arched mirror flanked by cupboards, each enclosed by a single glazed door, the slope enclosing fitted interior with three drawers, pigeonholes and central well, on cabriole legs, 34ins wide x 21ins deep x 55ins high Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

An 18th Century walnut bureau, the whole crossbanded and inlaid with feather bandings, the slope enclosing fitted interior with four small drawers, pigeon-holes and well, two short and two long drawers under, on bracket feet, 38ins wide x 21ins deep x 41ins high (fading and slight damage throughout) Estimate: £450.00 - £600.00

Lot: 1048 A 17th Century panelled oak chest of drawers, the top with moulded edge, fitted four long drawers with twin moulded fronts, on bracket feet, 36.5ins wide x 23ins deep x 36ins high (slight damage throughout) Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 1049 A pair of George IV rosewood pier cabinets inlaid with brass and ebonised stringings, the rounded corners with reeded vertical mouldings, fitted single shelf enclosed by glazed doors, on turned feet, 29ins diameter x 13ins deep x 36ins high (metal inlays lifting and staining and cracking to veneers throughout) Estimate: £1,500.00 - £2,000.00

Lot: 1042 A William IV figured and burr walnut chiffonier with gilt brass gallery, cushion moulded frieze drawer, cupboard under fitted single shelf enclosed by a pair of arched panelled doors, and with moulded pilasters to front, on plinth base, 47ins wide x 20ins deep x 39ins high (gilt brass gallery possibly later) Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 1050 An 18th Century mahogany rectangular cabinet on later stand, the cabinet with green leather lined slope enclosing central cupboard and eight small drawers, the cabinet 23ins wide x 16.5ins deep x 19ins high, 42.5ins overall (slight damage and wear throughout and the later stand loose to joints) Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 1043 An 18th Century oak dresser, with acorn moulding throughout and with baluster turned supports, the back with low moulded cornice, fitted two open shelves, the base fitted three drawers with twin dummy fronts, 58ins wide x 20ins deep x 77ins high Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 1051 An early 20th Century stained pine filing cabinet, fitted twelve drawers with brass cup handles and lockable stiles to sides, on plinth support, 59ins wide x 22ins deep x 42ins high (scratched and worn throughout) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 1044 A panelled oak hall cupboard of "17th Century" design with guilloche and leaf carvings, enclosed by a pair of arcaded panelled doors, fitted single drawer, on square legs, 30ins wide x 13ins deep x 36.5ins high Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 1052 A 19th Century Dutch mahogany semi-circular commode inlaid with chequered bandings, fitted two frieze drawer, cupboards under enclosed by two tambour shutters, on square tapered legs, 32ins wide x 16ins deep x 33ins high

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cornice and spiral turned and reeded end columns, hung with cream damask drapes and curtains (in poor condition and lacking fixing bolts) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1053 A modern Continental stained wood marquetry, parquetry and gilt metal mounted commode of Louis XVI design with cream veined marble slab to top, fitted seven drawers and central cupboard, on square tapered legs, 45.5ins wide x 19.5ins deep x 34.5ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £250.00

Lot: 1054 A French kingwood, parquetry and gilt metal mounted serpentine fronted commode of Louis XVI design with 18th/19th Century Antico Rosso red veined marble slab to top, fitted three drawers, on slender cabriole legs with leaf sabots, 44ins wide x 21ins deep x 35ins high Estimate: £700.00 - £1,000.00

Lot: 1055 A French rosewood, marquetry and gilt metal mounted serpentine fronted commode of Louis XV design with grey mottled marble slab to top (damaged and repaired), fitted three drawers, on square splayed legs and sabots, 40ins wide x 17.5ins deep x 30ins high Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 1056 A French kingwood, marquetry and gilt metal mounted serpentine fronted commode of Louis XV design, with grey marble slab to top, fitted two drawers, on square cabriole legs with leaf sabots, 31ins wide x 16ins deep x 29ins high Estimate: £350.00 - £500.00

Lot: 1057 A French kingwood parquetry, and gilt metal mounted semicircular commode of Louis XVI design with red veined marble slab to top, fitted two drawers, on slender cabriole legs with leaf sabots 27ins wide x 14ins deep x 28ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £250.00

Lot: 1058 An 18th Century panelled oak two tier corner cupboard, the upper part with three shaped shelves and with pierced and carved arcading, the base fitted single shelf enclosed by two pairs of panelled doors, with shaped brass H-pattern hinges, on bracket feet, 43ins wide x 22ins deep x 80ins high (cornice loose) Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 1059 A mahogany 5ft four poster bedstead of Georgian design with moulded cornice, on slender turned columns and square supports, with base and with modern mattress for same Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 1060 A Victorian mahogany 4ft 6ins four poster bed with moulded

Lot: 1061 A modern French cherry wood bedroom suite, comprising King size bed with scroll head and foot boards, 5ft 6ins wide, pair of bedside cabinets each fitted one drawer and cupboard, 21ins wide x 13.5ins deep x 27ins high, chest of drawers fitted three long drawers, 49ins wide x 20ins deep x 35ins high, and a pair of panelled wardrobes each enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, 58.5ins wide x 23ins deep x 79ins high Estimate: £1,250.00 - £1,600.00

Lot: 1062 A 19th Century Cornish cream painted kitchen dresser, the upper part fitted two shelves enclosed by a pair of glazed doors, the base fitted two short and two long drawers, 50ins wide x 19ins deep x 77ins high Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1063 A 19th Century mahogany break-front sideboard, the whole later carved with blind fret scroll ornament, fitted two central drawers flanked by deep drawer and cupboard, on turned and reeded legs, 65ins wide x 24ins deep x 36ins high (split to top and with scuffing and wear throughout) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 1064 An oak six tier sectional bookcase of Globe Wernicke design, the tiers with glazed rising fronts, on plinth base, 33ins wide x 15ins deep x 88ins high Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1065 A George III figured mahogany bureau, the slope enclosing fitted interior with ten small drawers, pigeon-holes and secret central compartment, two small and four long graduated drawers under, on bracket feet, 47ins wide x 22ins deep x 42ins high (faded and slight moulding damage throughout) Estimate: £350.00 - £500.00

Lot: 1066 A 1920s figured mahogany bow-front commode of 18th Century design, the top with leaf carved edge and bellflower and beaded mounts, fitted one frieze drawer and central cupboard enclosed by a single astragal panelled door, conforming side panels, on square cabriole legs with scroll carving to knees, 48ins wide 20ins deep x 36ins high (slightly faded) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 1067 A Victorian oak three tier dinner wagon with fretted and carved back and leaf carved edges, the back with carved profile, on spiral turned supports, 48ins wide x 18ins deep x 48ins high (faded throughout, split to top and tiers and profile head to back loose)

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Lot: 1068 An Edwardian mahogany bow-front display cabinet inlaid with satinwood bandings and boxwood stringings, the upper part fitted two shelves enclosed by a single glazed door, the base enclosed by a single panelled doors, on square tapered legs with spade toes, 24ins wide x 18ins deep x 71ins high Estimate: £250.00 - £300.00

A 19th Century "Irish" stripped pine kitchen dresser, the upper part with fretted and heart pattern pierced frieze, fitted three open shelves and with caryatid carved crestings, the base fitted two frieze drawers and cupboards under enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, 63ins wide x 18.5ins deep x 88ins high (apparently lacking cornice, replacement back and generally wear throughout) Estimate: £450.00 - £600.00

Lot: 1076

A late Victorian walnut music cabinet fitted six drawers with fallfronts, on square tapered legs, 21ins wide x 15ins deep x 40ins high (faded) Estimate: £120.00 - £160.00

A 19th Century French figured mahogany Secretaire Abattant with later black composition marble slab to top, fitted single frieze drawer, the fall-front under enclosing six small drawers and open niche, cupboard under enclosed by a pair of doors, on square legs, 38ins wide x 16ins deep x 56ins high Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

Lot: 1070

Lot: 1077

Lot: 1069

A 19th Century French rosewood and brass mounted display cabinet, the top with pierced gilt metal gallery and inset with white veined marble slab and with fluted front supports, fitted three shelves enclosed by a glazed door, on turned feet, 30ins wide x 15ins deep x 59ins high Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 1071 A pair of mahogany pedestal cupboards of Georgian design inlaid with ebonised stringings, one fitted four graduated drawers, the other single shelf, both enclosed by shaped panelled doors, 18ins wide x 18.5ins deep x 30ins high (faded and worn throughout and with slight damage) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

A George III mahogany Secretaire tallboy, the upper part with moulded and dentil cornice and plain frieze, the upper part fitted two short and three long drawers, with canted and fluted front corners, the base fitted Secretaire drawer enclosing fitted interior with seven small drawers and pigeon-holes, two long drawers under, on bracket feet, 48ins wide x 24ins deep x 78ins high (extensively faded and worn, with moulding damage and replacement handles to drawers) Estimate: £700.00 - £1,000.00

Lot: 1078 A George III mahogany bookcase top with arched cresting, fitted three shelves enclosed by a pair of "Twelve Pane" astragal glazed doors, 48ins wide x 12ins deep x 52ins high (upper part of a bookcase - one glazed panel cracked) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 1072 A Victorian mahogany sideboard with arched back, the base with serpentine fronted centre section, fitted single frieze drawer and cupboard under, flanked by three drawers and two sliding trays enclosed panelled doors, on plinth base, 62ins wide x 20ins deep x 56ins high (back loose, top split, and with wear throughout) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 1079 A Victorian figured walnut single wardrobe enclosed by a single arched panelled door, single drawer to base, on plinth support, 36ins wide x 22ins deep x 80ins high, and a similar bedside cabinet with tray top, 15ins wide x 14ins deep x 32ins high Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1080

Lot: 1073 An Edwardian figured mahogany corner cupboard of Georgian design, the top with moulded cornice, the green painted interior fitted three shelves enclosed by two pairs of panelled doors, on bracket feet, 43ins wide x 23ins deep x 77ins high (slight damage to cornice) Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

A mahogany tallboy of George III design with blind fret ornament, moulded cornice and with canted front corners, fitted nine drawers with crossbanded front and brushing slide, on bracket feet, 34ins wide x 20ins deep x 65ins high Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 1081 Lot: 1074 A late Victorian stripped pine kitchen dresser, the upper part fitted two shelves enclosed by a pair of arched glazed doors, the base fitted two drawers and cupboards under enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, 52ins wide x 20ins deep x 72ins high Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

A Victorian figured walnut break front bookcase, the top with moulded edge and with carved scroll brackets to front, fitted six shelves enclosed by three glazed doors, on low plinth supports, 80ins wide x 22ins deep x 43ins high Estimate: £1,500.00 - £2,000.00

Lot: 1082 Lot: 1075

A George III gentleman's mahogany Secretaire wardrobe, the upper part with moulded cornice fitted five sliding trays

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Lot: 1083 A George III gentleman's figured mahogany wardrobe inlaid throughout with boxwood stringings, the upper part with shaped cornice with two urn finials, fitted five sliding trays enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, the base fitted two short and two long drawers, on splayed bracket feet, 47ins wide x 23ins deep x 90ins high (faded and with slight moulding damage throughout) Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 1084 A late George III mahogany Secretaire bookcase, the upper part with moulded cornice, fitted three shelves enclosed by a pair of "Gothic" pattern astragal glazed doors, the Secretaire drawer revealing satinwood lined fitted interior with central cupboard, six small drawers and pigeon-holes, the cupboard base fitted three interior drawers enclosed by a pair of panelled doors, on bracket feet, 45ins wide x 21ins deep x 91ins high (faded), and key for same Estimate: £750.00 - £1,000.00

Lot: 1085 A George III gentleman's mahogany wardrobe, the upper part with moulded and dentil cornice, fitted five sliding trays enclosed by a pair of astragal panelled doors, the base fitted two short and two long drawers with original gilt brass swan neck handles and escutcheons, on bracket feet, 50ins wide x 23ins deep x 74ins high (extensively faded and slight damage) Estimate: £350.00 - £500.00

Lot: 1086 A Victorian mahogany break-front bookcase with moulded cornice, the upper part fitted twelve shelves enclosed by four arched glazed doors, the base fitted cupboards enclosed by four arched panelled doors, on plinth support, 76ins wide x 20ins deep x 90ins high (faded) Estimate: £2,000.00 - £3,000.00

Lot: 1087 A Victorian mahogany three door bookcase with rounded front corners, the upper part with moulded cornice fitted six shelves enclosed by three glazed doors, the base enclosed by three panelled doors. plinth base 72ins wide x 12.5ins deep x 94ins high Estimate: £2,500.00 - £3,500.00

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