Antique & interiors Sale on 19/02/22

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1.      9ct gold garnet flower spray brooch, stamped 375, 5cm long 70-100
2.      Gold bracelet with pearl spacers, hung with a four silver and coloured enamel charms, the clasp fitting stamped 585 70-100
3.      Three stone grey pearl ring, claw set on an unmarked gold band 70-100
4.      Yellow metal curb link bracelet and a pair of yellow metal clip on earrings (2) 250-280
5.      Victorian silver baby's teething rattle with whistle, Hilliard & Thomason Birmingham 1900 50-70
6.      19th century Dutch 14ct gold mounted glass scent bottle, circa 1860, 13cm high 100-150
7.      Early 19th century yellow metal buckle with blue enamel and an oval Wedgwood Jasper plaque, unmarked, 8 x 6.5cm 200-250
8.      Two Danish sterling silver brooches, (2) 40-60
9.      Early 20th century Danish silver fruit knife, stamped Sterling Denmark, 7.5cm. together with a Bennett silver brooch modelled in the form of a Pre Columbian figure with turquoise eyes, stamped Bennett, Sterling Hollywood, 4.5cm (2) 50-70
10.     Old cut diamond and yellow metal tiepin together with another (2) 40-60
11.     A pair of Georg Jensen silver clip on earrings, stamped makers mark and number 2007, and a Georg Jensen blue cabouchon and silver pendant necklace, stamped makers mark and number 1992 (2) 70-100
12.     Two pairs of 1950's Scandinavian silver earrings and a pair of Gents silver and moonstone cufflinks by Evald Melsen, Denmark (3) 60-80
13.     Three Eastern silver bangles, an Indian silver necklace, earrings and two Indian silver bracelets (7) 50-80
14.     Four Indian white metal scent / oil bottles, tallest 9cm (4) 30-50
15.     Two Indian white metal and amber coloured bead necklaces and a carved bone necklace, (3) 30-50
16.     George V silver salad servers, Birmingham 1945 (2) 50-70
17.     Pair of Victorian silver serving spoons, Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1897, with spiral stems and double head bird terminals 17cm (2) 50-70
18.     Victorian Dutch silver tea strainer with windmill terminal 11cm 30-40
19.     A pair of Victorian fiddle pattern table spoons, London 1840 and a George III Old English pattern table spoon, Edinburgh and a Victorian silver plated meat skewer (4) 70-100
20.     Continental silver pill box, circular form with and engraved lid, 5cm 30-40
21.     Asprey of London silver cigarette case, London 1910, 9 x 6.5cm 50-70
22.     George V silver cigarette box, London 1919, 12 x 9cm 40-50
23.     George V silver and enamel box, the circular lid with a pattern of cornflowers, Laurence Emanuel Birmingham 1912, 5cm 40-60
24.     9ct gold Cameo plaque ring and another in silver (2) 40-50
25.     Late 19th / early 20th century garnet brooch set in unmarked yellow metal with three cabouchon and a seed pearl with claw set garnets to the stem, 3.5cm long 70-100
26.     9ct gold claw set garnet dress ring 40-60
27.     18ct gold wedding band, gold and diamond ring - one stone lacking and hallmarks rubbed, and a strand of faux pearls, clasp (a/f) (3) 80-100
28.     Two Edwardian silver card sleeve cases, one with embossed floral pattern by Chalres Lyster, Birmingham 1903 and the other with bright cut pattern of flowers by Joseph Gloster, Birmingham 1908, 8cm (2) 60-70
29.     Horace Hone (Anglo Irish 1754 - 1825) portrait miniature of William Gray (1735 - 1805) contained within a yellow metal and blue enamel locket, with hair panel and initials WG, the oval miniature signed HH and dated 1790, 9 x 7cm including frame 300-400
30.     19th century Lady's yellow metal fob watch, with Roman numerals, blue steel hands and a foliate engraved dial, the inner case stamped with indistinct marks and containing a Swiss movement, 4cm 50-70
31.     Early 19th century Continental gold, enamel and seed pearl pocket watch, the dial with Arabic numerals and inscribed Gide, Rue St Louis A Paris, key winding, 5cm 100-150
32.     Early 19th century Scottish provincial silver toddy ladle, fiddle pattern by Andrew Davidson, Arbroath, circa 1835, 15cm 80-120
33.     Three pairs of 19th century silver sugar tongs to include, Joseph Pearson of Dumfries, Edinburgh c1800, Joseph & Albert Savory, London 1836 and Reid & Sons, Newcastle 1858 (3) 80-100
34.     Two Scottish provincial silver table spoons to include a Hanoverian pattern spoon by Benjamin Lumsden, Montrose c.1770 and another by James Sturrock, Montrose 1850, 23cm (2) 80-100
35.     George I Scottish silver table spoon, Hanoverian pattern with rat tail bowl by Henry Bethune, Edinburgh 1716 with Assay Master Edward Penman, 20.5cm 70-100
36.     George II silver Hanoverian table spoon, Andrew Archer, London 1723, 19.5cm 40-60
37.     George V silver and tortoiseshell dressing table part set comprising hand mirror, hair brush and trinket box, Birmingham 1924 / 25 (3) 50-70
38.     Gents gold plated Rotary wristwatch and two lady's gold plated Rotary wristwatches (3) 150-180
39.     9ct gold belcher link charm bracelet hung with five 9ct gold seal fobs to include smoky quartz and an intaglio seal, etc, together with an unmarked yellow metal seal fob 1000-1200
40.     Queen Elizabeth II Canada 50 dollar gold coin, dated 1980, contained with a 9ct gold pendant mount, on a 9ct gold chain necklace 600-800
41.     9ct gold curb link bracelet, stamped 375 100-120
42.     Queen Victoria 1899 full gold sovereign contained within a yellow metal open work pendant, on a yellow metal chain 300-350
43.     A collection of Lady's and Gents gold plated wristwatches to include Klaus Kobec and Astron, etc (5) 80-100
44.     9ct gold crossover ring and a 9ct gold solitaire ring, both with claw set paste stones (2) 60-70
45.     9ct gold garnet dress ring together with a 9ct gold three stone garnet ring (2) 80-120
46.     Gents 9ct gold diamond cluster ring with four rows of five diamonds, together with a Gents 9ct gold and diamond signet style ring (2) 80-120
47.     9ct gold wedding band and an Eastern gold cocktail ring (2) 80-100
48.     Three 18ct gold rings to include a three stone diamond ring, a Gypsy style diamond ring and another with three illusion set diamonds, (3) 300-350
49.     22ct gold wedding band and an 18ct gold sapphire and diamond ring (2) 150-180
50.     Gents 18ct gold signet ring 70-100
51.     Two 14ct gold gemset rings and a 9ct gold dress ring (3) 100-120
52.     Gents 9ct gold signet ring 70-100
53.     9ct gold chain necklace, silver necklace and matching bracelet and a silver ingot pendant on chain (4) 30-50
54.     9ct gold rope twist bracelet / bangle 400-500
55.     Six 9ct gold gemset dress rings (6) 300-350
56.     Six 9ct gold gemset dress rings (6) 300-350
57.     Six 9ct gold gemset dress rings (6) 300-350
58.     Five 9ct gold gemset dress rings (5) 250-280
59.     Five 9ct gold gemset dress rings (5) 250-280
60.     Five 9ct gold gemset dress rings (5) 250-280
61.     Set of six silver thistle teaspoons, Birmingham 1952, silver shell bowl caddy spoon, Birmingham 1973 and another silver caddy spoon, Birmingham 1976 (8) 40-60
62.     Silver dish, spot hammered with wavy rim, Royal Irish Silver Co, Sheffield 1972, together with a silver armada dish, Richard Comyns, London 1974, largest 10cm diameter (2) 40-60
63.     A pair of Victorian silver napkin rings, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1896, with vacant shield cartouche and contained within original fitted box (2) 30-50
64.     George VI silver table cigarette box, with engine turned lid and cedar lined together with another of the same design but smaller, Brittain & Co, Birmingham 1946, largest 16 x 9cm (2) 100-150
65.     Malaysian silver rose bowl and cover embossed with fourteen coats of arms representing the States of Malaysia 22cm 70-100
66.     George VI silver tea and coffee set, James Carr, Birmingham 1946, comprising coffee pot, teapot, cream jug and sugar basin (4) 400-450
67.     A pair of George V silver sauce boats, Birmingham 1930, 14cm (2) 50-70
68.     Early 20th century Sterling silver and tortoiseshell mounted glass scent atomiser, 12cm high, together with a silver topped glass jar, Birmingham 1905 (2) 50-70
69.     A pair of George III silver gilt salts, William Abdy I, London 1788, with boat shaped bowls and reeded pedestal, 10 x 6cm (2) 80-120
70.     Victorian silver bowl, Charles Boyton II, London 1864, chased with a repeating pattern of flowerheads, 12cm wide, together with an Edwardian silver box and cover, London 1907 (2) 60-80
71.     George V silver cream jug, London 1916, 9cm high and a silver plated mustard with blue glass liner and Scandinavian silver condiment spoon (3) 30-40
72.     Late 19th / early 20th century silver framed mirror by William Comyns, London , circular bevelled glass enclosed within a reeded frame with pierced scrolling top, easel strut back with a presentation plaque verso, 28 x 24cm 100-150
73.     Liberty Tudric pewter sugar bowl, cased set of six Sheffield silver teaspoons, set of six London silver teaspoons and a set of six Sheffield silver teaspoons, (19) 60-80
74.     A pair of George V silver sauce boats, London 1915, 16cm (2) 60-70
75.     Edwardian silver three piece teaset, Birmingham 1904 (3) 150-180
76.     Victorian silver coffee pot, London 1877, Georgian style with finial top, 23cm 80-120
77.     Black patent leather jewellery box containing a collection of costume jewellery, etc (a lot) 80-100
78.     Black leather jewellery box containing a 9ct gold celtic knot pendant on chain, 9ct gold chain necklace, Scottish hardstone brooch and other costume jewellery etc (a lot) 150-180
79.     A pair of George V silver candlesticks, Hawksworth, Eyre & Co, Sheffield 1915, the bases with an aperture for flex and weighted, 29cm (2) 150-180
80.     George V silver three piece teaset by George Edwards & Sons, Chester 1911, housed in an oak box with presentation plaque 300-350
81.     Victorian silver coin box, Edinburgh 1897, silver topped glass trinket jar, another with a gilt metal lid and a wooden box containing a selection of silver and costume jewellery, etc (a lot) 50-70
82.     Ottaviani, Italian silver mounted smokers / desk set, stamped 925 (3) 60-80
83.     Edwardian silver pedestal bowl, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1904, 25cm diameter 80-120
84.     Silver sugar castor, Sheffield 1962 and a pair of silver plated wine coasters (3) 60-70
85.     Eastern white metal condiments, various hat pins, Thaler coin and a girl Guides medallion (mixed lot) 30-50
86.     Russian silver gilt bowl, the square top with an acanthus border with pattern of flowerheads and laurel leaves to the exterior, on a pedestal base, stamped 84 and V.L, 20 x 10cm (a/f) 200-300
87.     Edwardian silver mounted cut glass scent bottle, Chester 1906, two Epns scoops, miniature Tunbridge ware chamber candlestick and a Bluejohn pedestal, two silver teaspoons, tallest 14cm (7) 60-80
88.     Victorian silver inkwell, London 1891, retailed by Chapple & Mantell, Strand - London, 9cm diameter 30-50
89.     Carved wooden box containing a collection of WWII medals, various military cap badges and buttons, Gents wristwatch, etc 50-70
90.     Three silver mounted and glass scent bottles, a silver topped glass dressing table jar and a blue glass double ended scent bottle with white metal caps, complete with internal glass stoppers, tallest 13cm (5) 70-100
George V silver box, Birmingham 1911, silver desk candlestick, Birmingham 1967, silver Baby brooch, silver presentation spoon, a pocket watch and a collection of Epns items to include a tray and egg cups, etc (a lot) 70-100
Scottish silver quaich, Edinburgh 1971, silver pin dish, Birmingham 1972 and a jam spoon Birmingham 1960 (3) 40-50
93.     Epns wares to include a novelty golf club toast rack, hot eater pots, sugar bowl, sugar tongs, etc (a lot) 30-40
94.     Collection of costume jewellery, amber coloured beads, Cameo brooch in a yellow metal frame, various pairs of earrings etc (a lot) 50-60
95.     Chinese silver miniature rickshaw, Birmingham silver powder compact, white metal salt spoons, bangle and charm, etc (a lot) 50-70
96.     Colibri lighter and a set of early 20th century yellow metal mounted and hollow pipes, possibly for opium, and two late 19th / early 20th century carved ivory cheroot holders, longest 16cm (7) 60-70
97.     Early 20th century ivory three part figure group and a small collection of carved bone figures, etc (a lot) 60-80
98.     Gilt metal chatelaine together with a gilt metal box in the form of a miniature scent bottle, 8cm high (2) 40-50
99.     George V silver Cameron Highlanders badge, hallmarked for London 1916 together with Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, carved wooden box 23 x 18cm (2) 50-60
100.    WWII medal group awarded to J Allan, together with Queen Elizabeth Long Service and Good Conduct medal, al with ribbons and mounted within a glazed show frame (6) 80-120
101.    Copeland Spode Tudor pattern dinner service with soup tureen, small tureens, serving dishes, plates, bowls and gravy boat, etc (a lot) 50-70
102.    Collection of 19th century and later glass to include decanters, cranberry glass jug, Bohemian red glass wine glasses, etc (17) 20-30
103.    Collection of novelty pottery and porcelain cruet sets (a lot) 20-30
104.    Royal Albert Old Country Roses table wares to include a teaset, egg cups, sandwich plates and jam dishes, etc (a lot) 40-60
105.    Pair of Beswick pottery chimney spaniels with painted faces and gilt collar chains, impressed factory marks and numbered 1378 - 4, 24cm high (2) 20-30
106.    19th century Keeling & Co, Cattle pattern blue and white transfer printed footbath jug, restoration to base, 40cm (a/f) 50-70
107.    19th century Staffordshire pottery blue and white transfer printed footbath jug, with losses and restoration, 30cm high (a/f) 50-70
108.    Mixed lot to include Crown Devon jug, knop stem wine glass another with teardrop bubble inclusion,cut glass jar and cover and an inlaid darning mushroom, (5) 20-40
109.    Collection of 20th century drinking glasses, etc (a lot) 20-30
110.    Portmeirion Botanic Garden pottery to include a soup tureen, ladle and circular stand, serving bowl, serving dish, sugar castor and a rolling pin, (6) 50-70
111.    Mixed lot to include a Scottish pottery Stag pattern bowl, Gien pottery bowl, Art Nouveau pewter sugar bowl, glass rummer, Epns wares,etc (7) 20-30
112.    Collection of soapstone carvings to include a water buffalo group, pin dishes, Buddha, etc, tallest 14cm, (11) 50-60
113.    A pair of Foley blue and white chinoiserie vases, 13cm (2) 30-40
114.    Rare 19th century Staffordshire or possibly Scottish pottery figures to include a Negro male and female, each modelled seated, the man reading and the woman with a basket of fruit at her feet, on green and brown naturalistic bases, 16cm high (2) 200-300
115.    Collection of 18th and 19th century drinking glasses, with facet bowls and some knop stems, tallest 17cm (17) 100-150
116.    Collection of Scottish Mak Merry handpainted pottery to include a matching cup and saucer and a bowl, with painted backstamps, (3) 30-40
117.    Doulton pottery tobacco jar and a Port Dundas, Glasgow jug, tallest 14cm (2) 20-30
118.    Collection of early 20th century handpainted Scottish pottery to include a Strathyre bowl and cover painted by Jessie Wilson, etc, tallest 10cm (4) 40-50
119.    Collection of carved soapstone to include two pairs of plaques and a village scene, longest 27cm (5) 40-50
120.    Royal Worcester Scottie Wilson Crown Ware plate, with printed factory marks and signature, 17cm 30-40
121.    Art Nouveau brass caddy box, the hinged lid with celtic knot pattern and inset blue cabouchon, monogram mark to the base, 15cm 60-80
122.    Two Paul Millet for Sevres blue glazed and gilt bronze mounted vases, tallest 9cm (2) (a/f) 30-50
123.    Royal Worcester 250th Anniversary Kingfisher barrel jug, with printed factory marks, 8cm 20-30
124.    Susie Cooper coffee cups and saucers, side plates and sandwich plates, for a six place setting (12) 20-40
125.    Set of three 19th century porcelain cabinet plates, each with a handpainted bird pattern to include The Small American Redstart and The Cock and Hen Goldash Finch, etc, together with a Spode Copeland's China plate (4) 40-50
126.    Collection of Bough handpainted Scottish pottery to include a jug, vase and jar and cover, tallest 9cm (3) 40-50
127.    Royal Copenhagen Langelinie porcelain vase and a Bing & Grondahl floral pattern vase, tallest 21cm (2) 30-40
128.    Royal Copenhagen porcelain vase with printed factory marks and pattern number 790/1049, 23cm 20-30
129.    Two Georgian glasses, one with etched bird and flower pattern on a folded footrim together with another with a band of etched flowers, on a facet stem, tallest 16cm (2) 50-70
130.    Murano Aquarium coloured glass paperweight in the style of Cenendese, 9cm 50-60
131.    Pair of Japanese cloisonne vases with flowers and foliage, 16cm (2) 50-70
132.    Two pairs of Georgian glass salts, 8.5cm (4) 50-60
133.    Novelty pottery and porcelain cruet sets (9) 20-30
134.    Royal Crown Derby porcelain to include two diamond shaped dishes, pin dish and a jar and cover, with printed factory marks, largest 27cm long (4) 50-70
135.    Pair of Dresden porcelain boy and girl figures, on circular bases with paw feet, blue printed factory marks, 23cm high (2) 40-50
136.    19th century Staffordshire pottery figures to include Napoleon, etc (some damages and losses) tallest 22cm (3) 30-40
137.    Ridgways Hare & Leveret blue and white transfer printed part teaset comprising teapot, sugar bowl, milk jug and side plate, (4) 200-250
138.    A collection of various 18th and 19th century drinking glasses, tallest 13cm (11) 70-100
139.    Collection of Beswick pottery animals to include Champion Kirkham Bessie, various dogs, donkeys and horse, (9) 30-40
140.    Scottish green art glass vase with aventurine inclusions and polished base, 19cm 20-30
141.    Bourne Denby Danesby Ware vase, 16cm 20-30
142.    Royal Worcester leaf moulded vase, green printed factory marks and Reg No: 300357, shape 1947, 12cm (a/f) 20-30
143.    Late 18th / early 19th century Staffordshire figure of Diana the Huntress, with losses to the bocage, 29cm high (a/f) 30-40
144.    Lladro Daisa figure of a girl graduate, printed factory marks, 34cm high 30-40
145.    Royal Doulton Ritz pattern dinner service with matching teaset, (a lot) 50-70
146.    Pair of French Rouen faience candlesticks, 25cm (2) 20-40
147.    Terracotta Venus de Milo figure, 40cm 20-30
148.    Bubble inclusion green glass paperweight / dump, 10cm 20-30
149.    Art glass vase with etched shoal of fish pattern, 22cm 20-30
150.    Doulton Slaters vase, circa early 20th century, impressed factory marks, 19cm 20-30
151.    Carved wooden bird figure, 20cm 20-30
152.    Bronze patinated metal Rat Catcher figure, on an ebonised hardstone base, 11cm 15-25
153.    19th century Staffordshire blue and white Grazing Rabbits pattern transfer printed pottery to include a chestnut basket and stand, together with a Staffordshire blue and white dish, (3) 50-70
154.    Doulton Series Ware bowl and a Victoria terracotta bottle neck vase, (2) 20-30
155.    Pair of Royal Crown Derby blue and white porcelain vases and another with restoration, tallest 16cm (3) (a/f) 30-40
156.    Chinese porcelain famille verte plate, blue character marks to base, 24cm 70-100
157.    Nigerian wooden figures on a single base, 19cm 20-30
158.    Collection of Canadian Eskimo Art hardstone carvings, etc, tallest 20cm, (5) 100-150
159.    H& K Tunstall fruit pattern demi tasse coffee set (a lot) 20-30
160.    Limoges porcelain dessert service with two serving bowls and four plates (6) 20-30
161.    Pair of wooden candlesticks with brass sconces and a three pairs of brass candlesticks, tallest 34cm, (8) 60-70
162.    Royal Worcester Freda Doughty figure of January, Royal Doulton figure of Rosamund ad two others, tallest 15cm, (4) 20-40
163.    Collection of coloured art glass vases, tallest 23cm 20-30
164.    Royal Crown Derby Imari coffee cans and saucers (24) 30-50
165.    Collection of 19th century Staffordshire blue and white transfer printed pottery to include Riley's Hawking soup plate, British Views plate, pair of Craig Castle pattern ashets and an Abington Abbey pierced plate (5) 40-60
166.    Set of nine 19th century coloured prints to include Death & the Dr's, Frogs and Cranes, Shewing a Friend, etc in glazed rectangular frames, overall size 57 x 12cm (9) 80-120
167.    An early 20th century Prateeva Printing Works,dedication panel, To Lieutenant Colonel W Leith - Commandant of the Berhanpore Detention Camp on the Eve of his Departure, 18th July 1935, in a glazed frame, size overall 37 x 44cm 40-60
168.    Companion pair of Kirkpatrick prints, framed under glass, size overall 66 x 31cm (2) 20-40
169.    The Queen Mary Alight on the Ocean Wave, framed print and another of fishing boats, largest 49 x 42cm (2) 20-30
170.    Delphic built by R&W Hawthorn Leslie, a black and white photographic print,in a glazed frame, 87 x 60cm 20-30
171.    Hiroshi Yoshida (1876 - 1950) woodblock print of Saruswa Pond, signed and inscribed in pencil, framed under glass, 24 x 36cm 120-150
172.    Ch. Taylor-Hutt, 'Moonlit Courtyard', A/P, signed in pencil and dated 2006, framed under glass, 30 x 42cm and two others by the same hand (3) 50-70
173.    Tony Grogan (South African School) 'Salt River' and 'District Six' two watercolours, signed and framed under glass (2) 50-70
174.    Bill Reid 'Haida - killer whale' and another signed Nair - 'Shadows of the Raven' numbered 148 / 600, largest 32 x 24cm (2) 40-60
175.    F.J WIddgery 'Stepperton Tor, Dartmoor' and 'Causand Beacon, Dartmoor' a pair of watercolours, signed, framed under glass within ornate gilt frames, 35 x 25cm (2) 70-100
176.    Two mezzotints,one signed in pencil Francois Petit Jean, after Watteau and another, both framed under glass (2) 50-60
177.    Robert Simpson (b.1955 Australian) Dunotter Castle, oil on board, signed, framed, 49 x 37cm 250-300
178.    Circle of John Piper, watercolour of the Cathedral in Valladolid, signed indistinctly, framed under glass, 39 x 29cm 60-80
179.    Anne Crawford, watercolour of blue pansies, signed, together with a floral print, both framed under glass (2) 20-30
180.    David Donaldson, landscape watercolour, signed, framed under glass, 32 x 34cm 80-120
181.    Mount Fuji, companion pair of dioramas, in pine frames, sizes overall 34 x 28cm (2) 20-30
182.    A pair of Japanese textile paintings, under glass in faux bamboo frames, 15cm diameter, (2) 40-50
183.    F. Porter, Study of Trees,oil on board, apparently unsigned but inscribed and with an Aitken Dott label verso, under glass within a moulded gilt frame, 30 x 25cm 50-70
184.    Three pith paper paintings of birds, contained within a single glazed frame, size overall 36 x 48cm 50-60
185.    Professor Toshijiro (Nenjiro) Inagaki, (b.1902) Japanese coloured woodblock prints to include Three Farm Women together with Tea Picking in Lye Kyoto, one signed in pencil, largest 30 x 23cm (2)
186.    Toko Shinoda (1913 -2021) 'Quietude', coloured screenprint, signed in pencil and numbered 4 / 43, framed under glass, 24 x 31cm 100-150
187.    A pair of Japanese coloured woodblock prints, in glazed frames, prints size 5 x 8cm and the overall frame size 26 x 36cm (2) 30-40
188.    Shirley Spottiswoode, village dwelling with water wheel, oil on board, signed, framed, 60 x 45cm 50-70
189.    Peter Barton, (b.1921) Sheildaig Island, mixed media, signed and framed, 80 x 60cm 70-100
190.    South East Asian School, oil on board of a potted orchid, signed with a monogram, framed, 49 x 69cm 40-60
191.    Damian Callan (SCOTTISH B.1960) 'Beach Drawing', charcoal, signed and dated 2000, framed under glass, 48 x 33cm 120-150
192.    John Atkinson, (1863 - 1924) Cutting Peat, watercolour heightened with white, signed, framed under glass with a Christopher Wood Gallery label verso, 52 x 37cm 150-200
193.    Alexander Ballingal, (Scottish 1870-1910) a shore scene with horse & cart and figures, watercolour, signed, framed under glass, 75 x 48cm 200-300
194.    Robert Polhill Bevan, Breton Peasants, drawing in black crayon, signed with monogram RPB, framed under glass 41 x 28cm 300-400
195.    A. Smyth, Blocks, a mixed media on board, signed and framed, 50 x 68cm 100-150
196.    Kinane, Rocky shore, acrylic on canvas, signed and framed, 90 x 60cm 100-150
197.    Apul, Abstract Band, acrylic on canvas, signed, framed, 120 x 60cm 60-80
198.    Clifton, 'Antelopes', oil on canvas, signed and dated '08, framed, 145 x 68cm 50-70
199.    Helen O'Keeffe, 'Jericho House', monochrome screen print, signed in pencil and dated '93, No 3/5, framed under glass, 55 x 100cm 120-150
200.    Tanzanian School, The Gun and the Heart, oil on canvas, apparently unsigned but entitled verso, framed, 97 x 77cm 50-70
201.    Late 19th / early 20th century mahogany and walnut mirror door wardrobe, arched dentil top and drawers to the base, 123 x 221 x 56cm 70-100
202.    Scumbled oak effect cabinet, dentil frieze over a pair of panelled doors with a shelved interior, above two drawers and two further cupboard doors, (with splits to side panels and mould marks, 116 x 190 x 56 (a/f) 70-100
203.    Late 19th / early 20th century mahogany and walnut wardrobe, stepped cornice over a central mirror door, with hanging space and drawer to the interior, 144 x 207 x 58cm 80-120
204.    19th century overmantle with black painted wooden frame and distressed mirror plate, 163 x 165cm 150-200
205.    Eastern rug, blue field with flowers and acanthus leaves, 148 x 102cm 40-60
206.    Eastern rug, blue field with flowers and acanthus leaves, 150 x 102cm. 40-60
207.    Persian rug, blue field with ivory panel containing a rhomboid medallion, with geometric and flowerhead borders, 202 x 124cm 50-70
208.    Persian boteh rug, with worn field and frayed edges 182 x 95cm, together with a small mat 60 x 50cm. (2) 50-60
209.    Floral rug 185 x 97cm. 30-40
210.    North West Persian rug, rust field with three blue medallions and multiple borders, 194 x 148cm 60-80
211.    North West Persian rug, rust field with three blue medallions and multiple borders, 190 x 147cm 60-80
212.    Eastern boteh runner 360 x 95cm 50-70
213.    Eastern rug, blue foliate field with serrated edge panel and flowerhead border, 140 x 103cm. 40-60
214.    Eastern rug, blue field with birds and flowers, 144 x 99cm 40-60
215.    Mahogany triple wardrobe, the interior with hanging space and pull out slides, with two long drawers to the base, 200 x 214 x 66cm 120-150
216.    19th century mahogany secretaire chest 200-250
217.    Small hardwood cabinet, single door and shelved interior, 66 x 68 x 25cm 30-40
218.    Small footstool with upholstered top on hexagonal legs, 38 x 18 x 30cm 20-30
219.    Set of six elm and beech wheel back chairs, including two carvers. Carver is 53 x 98cm, chairs approx. 42 x 87cm. (6) 70-100
220.    Mahogany oval dining table with one leave, a.f., 160 x 73 x 122cm 50-60
221.    Eastern rug, blue field and ivory spandrels with allover floral pattern, 148 x 108cm 40-60
222.    Eastern rug with blue field and foliate pattern, 146 x 98cm. 40-60
223.    Eastern rug, blue field and central flowerhead medallion, 135 x 106 40-60
224.    Eastern boteh runner 360 x 96cm 50-70
225.    Eastern rug with red floral field, palmette borders, 260 x 148cm 40-60
226.    Eastern rug, blue field with two serrated edge medallions 190 x 135cm. 50-70
227.    Mahogany bachelor's chest, with shell marquetry and striped banding. Two drawers, a slide, and cabinet space. 59 x 77 x 43cm. 60-70
228.    Mahogany framed armchair with red velvet upholstered sides back and seat, on square tapering legs, 66 x 86 x 52cm. 50-70
229.    Rosewood desk / writing table, with satin inlay, skiver top and arrangement of five drawers, on square tapering legs, 91 x 66 x 54cm. 70-100
230.    19th century rosewood and inlaid pier cabinet with ormolu mounts, missing the glass. 77 x 105 x 32cm. 70-100
231.    Small oak slipper chair in red velvet, 38 x 82, together with a mahogany armchair with tartan upholstered seat, 56 x 76, and a late 19th / early 20th century piano stool, 37 x 47cm. (3) 70-80
232.    Late 19th / early 20th century chest, rectangular top with rounded edge over two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 96 x 99 x 49cm 80-120
233.    Vintage school desk 46 x 57 x 38cm 20-40
234.    Victorian mahogany ledgeback chiffonier with two cupboard doors opening to reveal a set of four drawers and adjustable shelf, on casters. 97 x 104 x 46cm. 70-100
235.    Victorian ebonised and parcel gilt nursing chair with a curved top rial centred by an urn finial, having a beadwork upholstered back and seat, on turned front legs, terminating on castors, 58 x 100 x 55cm 60-80
236.    Mahogany chair with leaf carved top rail and barley twist uprights with red upholstered back and seat, turned front legs terminating on ceramic castors, 47 x 101 x 43cm. 40-50
237.    19th century mahogany cabinet with a rectangular top over two cupboard doors flanked by scroll carved pilasters, with a shelved interior, on a plinth base, 152 x 132 x 41cm 100-150
238.    19th century Japanned chair, possibly a cellist chair, the chinoiserie back and frame with parcel gilt, blue and red borders, with a blue velvet upholstered button back and seat, on stylised legs, 45 x 66cm. 120-150
239.    Early 20th century walnut cabinet, shelved interior on square tapering legs, 105 x 104 x 40cm. 40-60
240.    19th century Italian bone inlaid library desk / table, the rectangular top inlaid with a winged cherub, with a frieze drawer over an oblong undertier supported by bold square legs on stepped platform plinth bases with bun feet, 133 x 77 x 74cm. 300-500
241.    19th century mahogany and inlaid kneehole desk with an arrangement of nine drawers, with a cupboard to the alcove, on bracket feet, 121 x 79 x 58cm 200-300
242.    Scottish cast iron fire basket with thistle finials, 49 x 59 x 38cm 50-70
243.    Meredew mid century light oak compactum 94 x 133 x 49cm. 50-70
244.    19th century mahogany pedestal desk, the rectangular top with a ledgeback and rounded edges over an arrangement of nine drawers, with bun handles, 121 x 79 x 58cm 150-200
245.    Early 20th century walnut dressing table with adjustable mirrors, three drawers and art deco style handles, 111 x 155 x 52cm, together with a tallboy cabinet with drawers, 70 x 116 x 50cm. (2) 50-70
246.    Chrome cantilever and faux leather upholstered armchair 54 x 96cm. 40-60
247.    Early 20th century dark oak open bookcase 61 x 124 x 20cm, together with a mahogany bedside 40 x 86 x 38cm (2) 40-50
248.    Edwardian mahogany Wellington chest 55 x 124 x 42 120-150
249.    Mahogany two-tier scalloped side table with claw and ball feet, 77 x 73 x 51, together with a mahogany serpentine two drawer table, 87 x 74 x 42cm. (2) 60-80
250.    Early 20th century oak armchair with lift up seat containing storage, vintage style blue upholstery, 58 x 78cm. 30-40
251.    19th century walnut sewing table, octagonal lift up top and column, on tripod legs 43 x 71cm. 70-100
252.    19th century parquetry inlaid side table, a.f. 50 x 71cm. 60-80
253.    Two-tier poker work table, a.f. 48 x 71 x 49cm. 20-30
254.    Pair of ebonised bentwood children's chairs with red velvet seats 31 x 64, together with a Japanned stool with woven seat, 35 x 38cm. (3) 50-70
255.    Stained pine console, 102 x 72, together with a mahogany bedside, 46 x 77cm, and a towel rail. (3) 60-80
256.    Early 20th century stained pine filing cabinet 51 x 73 x 59cm. 30-40
257.    Vintage Ercol dark elm low arm chair 72 x 82cm. 40-60
258.    Vintage Ercol dark elm Windsor rocking chair, 71 x 84cm. 40-60
259.    Modern upholstered wing arm chair on light oak cabriole legs, 70 x 105 x 50 50-60
260.    Brass and copper standard lamp with integral table, on scrolling tripod legs, complete with shade, 115cm to fitting. 50-60
261.    Georgian style sideboard, on square tapering legs with spade feet, a.f. 138 x 90 x 47cm. 60-80
262.    Mahogany dressing table mirror with barley twist supports, 65 x 65cm. 20-40
263.    Mother of pearl inlaid mirror with a rectangular glass plate, 49 x 84cm. 50-70
264.    Georgian style mahogany and parcel gilt wall mirror 96 x 52cm. 60-80
265.    Satinwood inlaid corner chair with heart shaped motif, 88 x 73, together with a heart shaped stool with poker work rose pattern. (2) 50-70
266.    Trio of vintage brown leather suitcases, largest 71 x 20 x 39cm. (3) 30-40
267.    Modern chest on chest with rectangular canted top over seven drawers, on drawer stamped 'Fabrique au Canada', raised on scrolling bracket feet, fixed into one piece. 106 x 155 x 45cm. 150-180
268.    L'Origine of Italy drum table with four drawers, 75 x 70cm. 20-40
269.    Mahogany corner display cabinet with glazed door and velvet interior, glass shelves, on outswept legs, 60 x 173 x 45cm 50-70
270.    Art deco style brown leather club armchair with fan back, curved arms and brass stud piping, 79 x 88 x 56cm. 120-150
271.    Retro Sakol Furniture teak veneered chest with five long drawers, 74 x 103 x 40, together with a matching bedside 42 x 62cm. (2) 40-60
272.    Mahogany open bookcase, rectangular top with rounded edges, adjustable shelves, bracket feet 88 x 92 x 35cm. 30-50
273.    Reproduction green leather swivel captain's chair 62 x 86 x 51cm. 60-80
274.    Giltwood triple plate wall mirror of scalloped form, within a bevelled and distressed border with gilt motifs, some damages to glass, one plate with a crack, 142 x 90cm. 200-300
275.    Meredew mid century pedestal desk with six drawers, 122 x 70 x 51cm. 30-40
276.    19th century mahogany chest with rectangular top with moulded edge over two short and three long with brass handles, raised on bracket feet, 97 x 87 x 53cm. 120-150
277.    Oak Wellington chest with seven drawers, 59 x 114 x 40cm. 100-150
278.    Vintage light oak chest with five short and two long drawers of drawers, 91 x 107 x 52cm. 50-60
279.    Early 20th century oak pedestal desk, rectangular top with faux leather skivver over an arrangement of eight drawers, 161 x 81 x 84cm. 60-80
280.    Set of five dining chairs with vertical splat backs and upholstered seats 50 x 88cm. (5) 40-50
281.    Two vintage Parker Knoll 747 chairs, 45 x 78cm. (2) 20-30
282.    19th century mahogany tilt top breakfast / dining table, the rectangular top with rounded corners and reeded edge, on a fluted column base with four scroll carved outswept legs, terminating with ornate brass caps and castors, 134 x 70 x 117cm. 150-200
283.    Three various side chairs, largest 49 x 95cm. (3) 20-25
284.    Mahogany bedside cabinet / pot cupboard 35 x 84cm, together with a folding towel rail. (2) 30-40
285.    19th century mahogany chest, the rectangular top with reeded edge over two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 99 x 92 x 52cm. 120-150
286.    Early 20th century light oak bookcase 66 x 92 x 17cm. 20-40
287.    19th century mahogany open bookcase with adjustable pine shelves, shelf supports missing. 128 x 167 x 30cm. 70-100
288.    Early 20th century index card box and an oak canteen box, 53 x 17, (2) 20-30
289.    19th century mahogany and inlaid chest , the rectangular top with a moulded edge over two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 84 x 84 x 41cm. 120-150
290.    Vintage nest of three tables, 46 x 45, together with a floral upholstery stool 46 x 42cm. (2) 20-30
291.    George III oak moonphase longcase clock, with dentil moulded hood enclosing a brass and painted dial inscribed MESHACH BRITTAN DEVIZES, 54 x 220 x 30cm. 300-350
292.    Two late 19th / early 20th century mahogany framed chairs, one in gold upholstery and one in red, 62 x 68 and 50 x 96cm. (2) 60-80
293.    Boulton & Paul wooden propeller blade, 160 x 38cm 70-100
294.    Dark oak cabinet, with a pair of carved cupboard doors opening to reveal a shelved interior, on turned legs and stretcher, 92 x 79 x 45cm. 60-80
295.    Large giltwood overmantle mirror, (some losses to the giltwood) 154 x 159cm 80-120
296.    Early 19th century rosewood and ebony banded fold over tea table with a reeded frieze, on a baluster column and quadruple outswept legs, with brass caps and castors, 94 x 77 x 47cm. (top a/f) 180-220
297.    Victorian walnut, mahogany and parcel gilt fold over card table, with Morison & Co, Edinburgh stamp, 94 x 77 x 47cm. 150-180
298.    Victorian parcel gilt walnut parlour chair with shell carved top rial, upholstered back and seat, on cabriole legs with brass castors, 47 x 108cm, 120-140
299.    19th century mahogany pedestal writing / architect's table, with a hinged leather slope, three drawers and two dummy drawers, on a ring turned column with quadruple outswept legs, terminating with brass caps and castors, 80 x 72 x 53cm. 250-300
300.    The Life of Major-General Sir Thomas Munro, Bart and K.C.B late governor of Madras by The Rev G.R Gleig in two leather bound volumes, London Henry Colburn & Richard Bentley, 1831, Volume II with a fold out map (2) 60-80
301.    Plutarch's Lives, written by Dryden, printed for J and R Tonson in the Strand, London 1758, to include Volume The First and Volume the Fourth (2) (front and back covers are loose) 40-60
302.    The Works of Henry Mackenzie, Esq, in eight volumes, Edinburgh: James Ballantyne & Co, for Archibald Constable and Co, William Creech, and Manners and Miller, Edinburgh; and T. Cadell and W Davies London 1808 (8) 60-80
303.    The Poetical Works of Mr. William Collins, to which are Added Mr Hammond's Elligies, Edinburgh: printed for J Balfour and W. Creece, 1776, together with Alma Mater's Mirror, Saint Andrews 1887, two volumes of The Rambler - The Twelfth Edition, London: 1793 to include Vol I & II (4) 30-50
304.    Wild Sports of The Highlands, with Short Sketches of the Wild And Natural History, from The Journals of Charles St John, Esq, London: John Murray, Albermarle Street, 1846, Taylor & Skinner's Survey of the Roads of Scotland, Edinburgh: Thos Brown, 1858 and James Wyld, Scotland fold out map (3) 50-70
305.    Histoire de L'Admirable Don Quichotte De la Manche, Amsterdam: Chez Arkstee & Mercus, 1768 (three volumes) (3) 30-50
306.    A collection of 18th & 19th century books to include Boswell's Life of Johnstone, Southeys Life of Nelson, Henry IV, King of France Vol 1 & 2, Tomline's Life of Pitt Vol I - III, Memoirs of George III - Jesse & Histoire De Napoleon, Vol I - III (19) 70-100
307.    Novels to include Victor Hugo - Toilers of the Sea and Hugh Walpole - Vanessa, The Fortress, Rogue Herries and Judith Paris, etc (11) 20-40
308.    Leather bound books to include Life of Lord Eldon, Procedure in Action in K.C.B, Teignmouth's Correspondence, Life of Conde, Stories of Waterloo Two Admirals, Hallam's Constitutional History Vol I - III (approx 15) 50-70
309.    Winston Churchill The Second World War Vols I - VI and others (13) 30-40
310.    John Buchan novels to include The House of The Four Winds, etc together with nineteen Works of Captain Marryat, published by Routledge (43) 20-30
311.    World History leather bound books to include The Romans Under The Empire, Vols I - VI, Hooke's Roman History Vols I - III, Wheaton's Northmen, Secret Memoirs of the Court of Petersburg, Notley's Dutch Republic Vols I - III, etc (15) 70-100
312.    Leather bound books to include Life of Wellington: Stocqueler Vol I & II, Robertson's Works, etc (18) 50-60
313.    Life of Palmerston Vol I & II, Gifford's Life of Pitt Vols I, II, III, V & VI (7) 30-40
314.    Leather bound books to include History of England: Mahon Vol I - IV, History of England: Macaulay Vol I & II, Churches of Kent, Clarendon's History of The Rebellion and History of the English people, etc (15) 50-70
315.    Scotland & Ireland leather bound books to include Tytler's Scotland, Laing's Scotland Vol I & II, Smith's History of the County and City of Cork, Vol I & II, Irish Nation and History of Ireland (16) 70-100
316.    Leather bound books to include Geographical Dictionary ad Murphy's Tacitus (15) 30-40
317.    Wylie & Lochhead (Glasgow) Art Nouveau mahogany Sutherland table with marquetry and mother of pearl floral inlay, with pierced side supports and a platform stretcher, 68 x 69 x 81 (open) or 20cm (closed). 80-120
318.    Pair of dark oak hall chairs, likely 17th century, with scroll carved cresting over vertical splat back and solid seat, , a.f. with cracks and some worm, taller chair 48 x 103cm. (2) 180-220
319.    19th century set of eight mahogany dining chairs including one carver, mostly in green upholstery. Carver is 51 x 88cm. (8) 100-150
320.    Early 20th century oval wall mirror 54 x 82cm. 30-40
321.    Early 20th century carved oak monk's bench 122 x 94 x 49cm. 150-180
322.    Early 20th century stained pine cupboard of large proportions, with three panelled doors, shelves and pigeon holes to interior, 189 x 111 x 63cm. 50-70
323.    Oak bed, the headboard with a coronet crown and acorn leaf carving and red upholstery, the footboard with curved top and flanked by bold barley twist uprights with rosette carvings and applied with a painted plaster crown, some bolts and fittings lacking. 154 x 210 x 145 200-300
324.    Richter's Anchor Box containing building blocks in three colours, manufactured by F.A.D Richter & Co, box sets No 4 and No 8, together with a collection of early 20th century card games (a lot) 70-100
325.    Large turquoise glazed Bull tiled plaque, possibly French, 52 x 37cm 50-70
326.    Large Japanese bronze vase with cranes and other birds within rushes, on a circular footrim with incised greek key border, 45cm 60-80
327.    Pair of cameo carved conch shells, 13cm (2) 50-60
328.    Pair of grey carved soapstone Temple Lion / Dogs on rectangular plinth bases, 19cm (2) 30-40
329.    Japanese Satsuma earthenware pottery to include a dragon vase and cover, 26cm, and two dishes - largest 25cm diameter, (3) 100-150
330.    Treacle glazed chinoiserie jar with incised dragon pattern and a wooden cover, impressed backstamp, 25cm 70-100
331.    Vintage AA car badge, Trench Art shell case ashtray and a pair of bowling balls, (a lot) 20-30
332.    Collection of black iron cruse lamps, approx 15cm (a lot) 50-70
333.    Pair of opera glasses, button hook,. novelty Bass & Co brass vesta, agate buttons, etc (a mixed lot) 20-40
334.    Pair of gilt metal mounted ewers, on circular foot rims, 39cm high (2) 50-70
335.    Carved African wooden wall mask, 40cm 20-30
336.    Inuit carved Polar Bear plaque together with a dolphin, tallest 18cm (2) 50-70
337.    Collection of Canada Eskimo Art hardstone carvings, etc (7) 70-100
338.    Ebonised walking can and a pair of field / opera glasses 92) 20-30
339.    Carton containing a quantity of Epns wares to include coffee pot, wine coasters, bread basket,etc (a lot) 30-40
340.    Quantity of Epns wares to include tea and coffee set, cigarette box, trays, etc (a lot) 40-60
341.    Collection of six various stoneware jars / crocks, (6) 20-30
342.    Box containing vintage line, gloves, stockings and a kilt (a lot) 20-30
343.    19th century Staffordshire pottery blue and white Birds Nest pattern jug and basin, 24cm high, (2) 50-70
344.    19th century Staffordshire pottery blue and white ashets to include Athena and Imperial Stone Windsor Castle pattern, largest 49cm (2) 50-60
345.    19th century Staffordshire blue and white pottery to include British Scenery Wine Makers ashet and two plates (3) 30-40
346.    Three 19th century Staffordshire blue and white pottery ashets to include Mintons Campangia. Royal Persian pattern and another, largest 47cm (3) 50-70
347.    19th century Staffordshire British Scenery Ruins pattern blue and white meat draining ashet 40-60
348.    19th century Staffordshire Hop Pickers pattern blue and white pottery to include a large ashet, plate, soup plate and small stand, largest 49cm (4) (a/f) 50-70
349.    J.W Benson mantle clock and a Swiza clock, tallest 16cm, (2) 30-40
350.    Indian Kashmir desk set to include a stationary box and blotter pad (2) 30-40
351.    J. Jamieson Modern Athens transfer printed ashet with a view of the National Gallery and Edinburgh Castle, 39cm 20-30
352.    Hors Concours trumpet and another (2) 30-40
353.    Early 20th century framed photographs, rosewood framed print, various books, Innerleithen paperweight, etc (a lot) 20-30
354.    Armand Marseille doll and another smaller, together with a Jutta doll (a/f) (3) 50-60
355.    Collection of Nigerian wooden wall masks, (a lot) 30-40
356.    Collection of vintage cameras and binoculars, (a lot) 20-30
357.    Oak stationery box with a sloped and hinged top with a brass plaque, 27 x 20cm 50-70
358.    Gong with ebonised elephant hanging wall plaque 20-40
359.    Early 20th century Chad Valley Teddy bear, 47cm long, and vintage Dutch costume doll (2) 20-30
360.    White fur stole, beaded handbag, cotton handkerchiefs, head scarves, etc (a lot) 20-30
361.    Singleton of Dufftown Tailfire single malt. Glenmorangie Highland Single Malt, Sprit of Freedom with 45 blends of whisky and a group of whisky miniatures, (a lot - one miniature missing) 80-120
362.    Civic Survey and Plan for Edinburgh, Patrick Abercromby and Derek Plumstead, Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd 15-20
363.    Collection of pre decimal coins, Festival of Britain coins and loose stamps, etc (a lot) 20-30
364.    Copper harvest jug with artificial thistles and ivy 20-30
365.    Edinburgh Crystal thistle decanter, 23cm high, Epns hip flask and another with its box, (3) 50-60
366.    Bronze resin figure of a Collie dog, 14cm 20-30
367.    Is That You Tommy? A 19th century bisque figure group, modelled as a seated blind lady stroking a donkey with a grinning boy to its side, the chair back incised 'Is that you Tommy, for I can't see', 'yes granny', 'bless the child, why don't yer mother cute yer hair', unmarked, height 30cm 50-70
368.    Early 20th century brass three draw telescope, Broadhurst, Clarkson & Co, in a leather case and a vintage Kodak camera, (2) 20-30
369.    Bavarian Gerold porcelain table lamp base, 25cm 20-25
370.    Brass wall plaque, circular brass tray with four claw feet and a circular wooden tray with dragon pattern, largest 50 x 40 (3) 30-40
371.    Quantity of unframed architectural and classical prints (a lot) 40-50
372.    Collection of vintage cameras, binoculars and cloths brushes, etc (a lot) 20-30
373.    Spode Stone China blue and white transfer printed meat draining ashet, 63 x 49cm 60-80
374.    Three various silver plated trays, largest 65cm long (3) 50-70
375.    Collection of approx 200 diecast cars ad delivery vehicles (a lot) 60-80
376.    Wildlife, edited by Douglas English, London: The Wildlife Publishing Company, volumes I - VII (7) 30-40
377.    Collection of early 20th century and later Paisley pattern clothes and shawls, (a/f) and a silk embroidered tea cosy (7) 70-100
378.    Collection of Epns to include fish servers, glass jar and cover, chamber candlestick, etc (a lot) 20-25
379.    Canada Eskimo Art carved green hardstone model of a Hunter, on a wooden base, height excluding base 23cm 50-70
380.    19th century mahogany sewing box with a pin cushion top and a Georgian mahogany tea caddy box, largest 20 x 14cm (2) 50-70
381.    Early 20th century small glazed cabinet, 37 x 25cm, book file and an inlaid box in the form of a book, (3) 30-50
382.    Two early 20th century Chinese dolls dressed in traditional costumes, a silk embroidered panel and a Japanese bamboo pattern box (4) 30-50
383.    Mah Jong set 40-60
384.    Set of Epns and mother of pearl handled fruit knives and forks and others, (a lot) 30-40
385.    Late 18th / early 19th century needlework panel, framed under glass, 62 x 62cm 70-100
386.    18th century needlework map of England, worked by Mary Slater, her work aged 10 years 1795, framed under glass, size overall 53 x 61cm 100-150
387.    After CJ Kilburne, a lithographic print in a glazed oak frame, size overall 80 x 67cm 20-40
388.    Japanese warrior on horseback, oil on board, apparently unsigned, within a glazed chinoiserie frame, size overall 57 x 84cm 60-80
389.    Angel of the North, a colour photographic print, framed under glass, size overall 33 x 46cm 15-20
390.    Taxidermy Scorpion, in a glazed showcase, overall size of case is approx 32 x 21cm 30-40
391.    Religious figures and a child, an unframed oil on canvas, laid down on board, apparently unsiged, 20 x 27cm 70-100
392.    Three small Ken Lochhead framed colour prints, largest overall 10 x 10cm (3) 15-20
393.    A pair of late 19th / early 20th century embroidered chinoiserie panels, framed under glass, sizes overall 27 x 38cm (2) 70-100
394.    A collection of three etchings to inckude W.D Fletcher - On the Baltic, signed in pencil, together with two others, all unframed, largest 24 x 47cm (3) 40-60
395.    Four various William Daniell coloured prints to include View of Iona, etc all framed under glass, largest 29 x 23cm (4) 30-40
396.    By permission of the trustees of the Cottonian Library, this plate being a correct copy of King John's Great Charter, taken from an original now remaining in the Cottonian Library, is to them most humbly dedicated by their most dutiful and most obedient humble servants, F. Pine, a printed manuscript, on a stretcher but unframed, size overall 50 x 74cm 70-100
397.    To Her Most Sacred Majesty Queen Anne - This Prospect of her Ancient City of Edenburgh, a reproduction coloured print, framed under glass, size overall 128 x 70cm 50-60
398.    Petit Trainon, a collection of architectural book plates (a lot) 20-40
399.    Sir John Cathcart and Lady Eleanor Cathcart, a pair of half length portrait prints, unframed, on Waring & Dimes boards, 30 x 36cm (2) 40-60
400.    Audubon, Birds of America, large poster size hardback book, Pierre Joseph Redoute, Roses hardback book, etc (a lot) 20-30
401.    Folio box containing a quantity of 19th century and early 20th century unframed art works, coloured prints, book plates, etc (a lot) 30-40
402.    19th century alphabet sampler worked by Elizabeth Lumsden, Nov 3rd 1824, 26 x 31cm, and another ad a small collection of dolls clothing (a lot) 30-50
403.    Parker fountain pen with matching ballpoint, in their original case (2) 40-50
404.    Jacobite Interest, a tartan pouch, accompanied by a hand written note, 'This pocket book belonged to Mrs. Shenton; it was given to her when she was Miss Anne Bruch by a Mrs. Gordon A Scotch lady. It was part of a plaid worn by Charles Stuart commonly called the pretender, in 1745', 18 x 10cm 70-100
405.    Bronze bracelet with geometric knot pattern 40-50
406.    WWI medal trio, 9763 Pte T Fraser. Scottish Rifles 70-80
407.    Collection of pre decimal coins, banknotes, stamps and miscellaneous enamel badges, etc (a lot) 40-50
408.    Mixed lot to include a pair child's shoes, fans, glove stretchers, ebonised hand mirror, etc (a lot) 20-40
409.    Two Southern African bone daggers with incised decoration, 27cm long (2) 40-60
410.    North African spiny trilobite on rock formation, approx 13cm, with base 23cm (a/f with repairs and losses) 60-80
411.    Marine ivory carvings to include a sword fish on a green hardstone base, an owl and a polar bear, signed to the foot, tallest 13.5cm (3) 70-100
412.    Victorian Scottish scrimshaw cowhorn, dated 1857, presented to John Campbell by D. Gourlay, profusely carved with Edinburgh emblems and landmarks to include St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh University, G. Heriot's Hospital, also including views in Dumfries, British Arms, Edinburgh Arms and Scottish Arms, carved by D. Gourlay, Plumber Aged 73 Years, approx 40cm 300-400
413.    Aboriginal needlework and acrylic of fish, turtles and crocodile, in a glazed frame, 48 x 57cm 30-50
414.    Tonga paddle club with incised pattern, raised prunts to the middle section and carved handle, 98cm long 60-80
415.    African carved wooden birthing stool, 103cm 30-40
416.    Large collection of Southern African beadwork, ear plugs and woven mats, etc (a lot) 30-50
417.    Chinese reverse painted glass snuff bottle and stopper, 9.5cm 20-30
418.    Bronze panel with a classical female figure and brazier, on a mahogany plaque, 31 x 25cm 40-60
419.    Two brass cased carriage timepieces, one with presentation plaque dated 1884, tallest 17cm, including handle (2) 80-120
420.    Two brass cased carriage timepieces, tallest 12cm, excluding handle (2)
421.    Elliot brass cased carriage timepiece and another with plain arched case, tallest 12cm, including handle (2)
422.    Two brass cased carriage timepieces, tallest 12cm, including handle (2) 70-100
423.    19th century brass cased carriage clock by W. Marshall & Co, the repeating movement striking on a coiled gong, complete with leather carrying case and key 18cm high 200-300
424.    Early 20th century faux ivory mermaid handled corkscrew / bottle opener 30-40
425.    Early 20th century oak box and a collection of books to include Tales of Our Ancestors Vol I - III, Pot Pourri From A Surrey Garden, Holiday House Book for the Young and Eothien by Alexander William Kinglake and a game of Chuckies (a lot) 50-60
426.    19th century brass hook with extending action, 42cm closed, antique key, small collection of mainly Canadian coins ad tokens, etc (a lot) 30-40
427.    Metal wares to include a brass perpetual desk calendar, small Roman female figure and a Grand Tour corinthian column structure, 12cm (3) 50-70
428.    Cromwell, an ormolu oval plaque, in an ebonised frame, size overall 16 x 15cm 30-40
429.    Three bronze rings of Medieval appearance and a carved alabaster Pilgrimage stone - heart shaped with pattern in relief, 5cm 50-70
430.    Gotz & Sohne of Vienna, 19th century portable sundial with gilt metal pointer with folding gnomon, signed, 6cm 120-150
431.    Early metalwork items to include a spoon with Medieval pattern, small Roman type bowl with incised pattern and a mortar, longest 21cm (3) 30-50
432.    Early bronze quaich, cup and pistol handled knife and fork (4) 30-50
433.    Chinese School, two floral study watercolours, late 18th / early 19th century, with calligraphy, in mounts but unframed, 30 x 22cm, Chinese School, two floral study watercolours, late 18th / early 19th century, with calligraphy, in mounts but unframed, 30 x 24cm. Three Chinese watercolours, circa late 18th / early 19th century, in mounts but unframed, largest 27 x 23cm (7) 60-70
434.    Eastern style carpet, machine made 220cm (a/f) 40-50
435.    Pair of yellow and blue curtains, interlined with tassels, 335 x 80cm 40-60
436.    Large Turkish carpet, red field with medallions and flowerhead border, with Maple & Co, London label, 380 x 297cm 100-150
437.    Prado Orient Keshan Super carpet, 530 x 351cm 50-70
438.    Late 19th / early 20th century North East Persian gallery carpet / runner, blue worn field with allover foliate pattern with multiple flowerhead borders, 741 x 337cm 300-500
439.    Turkish carpet, red field, worn and split mostly to centre, 457 x 354cm (a/f) 40-60