Antique & interiors Sale on 29/01/22

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1.      Two 18ct gold, diamond and gemset rings, (2) 100-140
2.      Silver gilt and blue enamel leaf brooch, designed by David Andersen of Norway together with a Sterling silver and blue enamel butterfly brooch and a blue and white enamel on silver bar brooch with makers mark JA&S, 4.5cm long, (3) 80-120
3.      Vintage silver gilt stiff hinged bangle, London 1967, together with another with Birmingham 1977 hallmarks (2) 30-40
4.      Small Art Nouveau rosewood box 5cm, a DRGM sovereign purse and a pique work card case (3) 30-50
5.      Silver and enamel butterfly brooch, stamped 925, 5cm 30-40
6.      Early 20th century portrait miniature contained within a white metal frame, a silver dress ring, costume jewellery brooch and bracelet, Solo wristwatch, small ivy leaf pattern photograph frame, a gilt metal mounted and agate box and a paper knife (8) 50-60
7.      George VI silver stamps box, Adams & Holman, Birmingham 1938, 7cm 30-40
8.      George VI silver card case, Birmingham 1938 and a foliate engraved white metal card case, 8cm (2) 40-60
9.      Edwardian silver sugar sifter ladle with pierced handle, London 1907, 15cm 20-30
10.     Mother of pearl and tortoiseshell visiting card case, 10cm, a Georgian tortoiseshell and papier mache snuff box and a cigarette case (3) 50-70
11.     George V silver purse, Joseph Gloster Ltd, Birmingham 1916, with brown leather interior, 10cm 30-50
12.     Two scent bottles to include a porcelain heart shaped bottle, painted with figures and a small porcelain and white metal mounted scent bottle, both complete with internal stoppers, tallest 6cm (2) 50-70
13.     An Art Nouveau style blue and green enamel brooch with three pearl drops, indistinct impressed makers mark to the reverse side, 4.5cm 50-70
14.     18ct gold and three stone diamond ring, UK ring size M 70-100
15.     18ct gold, diamond and ruby ring, hallmarked for Chester 1916, UK ring size O 100-150
16.     18ct gold and platinum, five stone diamond and sapphire ring, UK ring size S 50-70
17.     18ct gold, diamond and gemset cluster ring, London 1967, UK ring size L 50-70
18.     18ct white gold and diamond ring, set with a single row of five square diamonds, stamped 750, UK ring size K 200-250
19.     Five stone diamond and sapphire dress ring, the stones claw set to a white metal band, UK ring size K 60-80
20.     9ct gold claw set dress ring with a plain band, Birmingham hallmarks - date letter rubbed, UK ring size N 40-60
21.     18ct gold, ruby and diamond ring, Birmingham 1912, UK ring size Q 60-80
22.     Vintage three stone amethyst dress ring, set to a scrolling yellow metal band, UK ring size K 60-80
23.     Modern silver kilt pin, Edinburgh 1981, 10cm long 15-20
24.     Diamond and pink sapphire dress ring, claw set with a single diamond flanked by baguette cut sapphires, on a plain white metal band, stamped PLAT, UK ring size N 200-250
25.     Dress ring with an aqua coloured stone and plain yellow metal band, strand of cultured pearls with a 14ct gold clasp fitting and a strand of glass beads (3) 50-70
26.     Scottish curly horn snuff mull with white metal mounts and a vacant shield cartouche, the ball hinged lid inset with a citrine coloured paste stone, 10cm 100-150
27.     Scottish curly horn snuff mull with white metal mounts, the hinged lid inset with a citrine coloured paste stone, 9cm 80-120
28.     Horn snuff / pepper mull with pierced white metal end and mounts, 13cm long 30-40
29.     A collection of Gents cufflinks and tiepins to include a selection of silver Dunhill tiepins, etc (a lot) 30-50
30.     Epns and silver plated items to include a cased set of fish servers, etc (a lot) 20-40
31.     George V silver sauce boat, Viners, Sheffield 1937 together with a set of four Sheffield silver decanter labels and an Epns decanter label, (6) 50-70
32.     George VI silver hip flask, Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1938 together with an Epns vesta case (2) 50-60
33.     Marius Hammer cased set of silver gilt spoons, comprising twelve glace spoons and two serving spoons, stamped MH 830S 50-70
34.     Marius Hammer, Norwegian set of six silver and enamel teaspoons with matching sugar tongs, in a fitted box 70-100
35.     Set of six white metal coffee spoons and cased flatware to include a set of six mother of pearl handled fruit knives, a butter knife and spoon, etc (a lot) 30-50
36.     A collection of silver and some white metal souvenir spoons together with an Epns anointing spoon, etc (14) 30-40
37.     Pair of Georgian Irish silver serving spoons, Dublin 1798, Old English pattern with bright cut decoration, 24.5cm (2) 50-70
38.     Georgian silver table spoons to include a pair of Old English pattern spoons by Stephen Adams, London 1810 and another pair by Solomon Hougham, London 1804, 22.5cm (4) 60-80
39.     William IV silver mustard, William Hewitt, London 1833, complete with blue glass liner and an associated silver condiment spoon, 7cm high 50-70
40.     Set of six Victorian Irish silver teaspoons, struck with JS makers mark, NEILL, Dublin 1853, 15cm (6) 70-100
41.     Set of six Victorian silver buttons, Chester 1899 and a set of six smaller Edwardian silver buttons, Chester 1902, together with five enamelled buttons, stamped Sterling and a Satsuma style bracelet (18) 70-100
42.     Pair of Victorian silver salts, Birmingham 1890, foliate embossed pattern and vacant heart cartouche, 5cm wide (2) 30-40
43.     A quantity of 18th and 19th century silver teaspoons, and pickle forks, together with white metal sugar tongs and spoon, etc, with mixed makers and hallmarks (a lot) 50-70
44.     Georgian yellow metal buckle with blue and white enamelled decoration 9cm, together with agate buttons and a folding magnifying glass, etc (a lot) 30-50
45.     Pair of novelty Epns Swan toastracks, 11cm high (2) 40-60
46.     Late 18th / early 19th century white metal and copper etui case and contents, 9.5cm 50-70
47.     George V silver backed dressing table brush set comprising hand mirror, hair brush and clothes brush, London 1915, Continental silver toast racks, continental silver pierced bowl, pair of Epns and blue glass salts and a glass scent bottle, (a lot) 100-150
48.     George V silver three piece teaset, Viners, Sheffield 1921, together with silver sugar nips (4) 180-220
49.     Pair of silver candlesticks, Barker Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1965, with repousee classical motifs, on square bases, one sconce lacking, 31cm High (2) 200-400
50.     Victorian Sheffield silver handled fork, and a Queens pattern white metal tongs and a Victorian silver salt with blue glass liner, Hunt & Roskell, London 1859, (3) 70-100
51.     George V silver box, cedar lined, Birmingham 1924, 8 x 8.5cm 30-40
52.     German porcelain blue and white porcelain scent bottle with white metal mounts, blue crossed swords mark, 8cm and a glass and glass bottle with white metal top, (2) 50-60
53.     Novelty silver dagger, Robert Allison Glasgow 1957, 14cm and two Scottish provincial silver sauce ladles, struck with NG for Nathaniel Gillet of Aberdeen, 16cm (3) 50-70
54.     Pair of silver salts, London 1934, with gadrooned rims, lion mask heads and raised on three paw feet, together with four matching silver condiment spoons, (6) 50-60
55.     Two pairs of 9ct gold and amber drop earrings, a pair of silver an amber earrings and various amber beads (a lot) 60-80
56.     Miniature novelty longcase clock with silver mounts, London 1904, 28cm 50-70
57.     Cased set of six Birmingham silver teaspoons with sugar tongs and a cased set of six silver coffee bean handled spoons and a set of six Epns teaspoons (a lot) 40-50
58.     Mixed lot to include a Victorian silver Edinburgh Collegiate School medallion, Epns sifter spoon, sugar tongs and salt spoons (5) 30-40
59.     Victorian silver salver, William Ker Reid, London 1842, of circular form with foliate engraving, pie crust edge and three scroll feet, engraved crest to centre, 27cm 200-250
60.     George V silver card tray, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1915, 21cm 80-120
61.     Eastern white metal card tray, 21cm 50-70
62.     White metal swing handled basket, Epns tray, flatware, sugar bowl and a silver mounted wooden bowl (a lot) 50-70
63.     Victorian London silver sauce ladle, Georgian Edinburgh silver spoon, Aberdeen silver teaspoon, Birmingham silver butter knife, Epns teaspoon and a silver plated wine coaster (6) 50-70
64.     Coronation medallions, Epns flatware, white metal buckles, etc (a lot) 20-40
65.     Brown leather case containing a collection of vintage and later costume jewellery, silver brooches, opera glasses, etc 50-70
66.     WWII medal group comprising Defence and War medals, 1939 - 1945 Star and the Italy Star medal together with a George VI General Service medal with Palestine 1945 - 1948 bar, awarded to Capt. A. Sinclair Cameroon Highlanders complete with matching set of miniature medals with ribbons (10) 80-120
67.     WWI medal trio awarded to 278848 Sapr. A. Sinclair RE. and a dog tag, another WWI Victory medal and WWII Defence & War medals, various cap badges, lapel badges, Queen Victoria 1889 silver crown, George V 1935 silver Crown, etc, all contained within a Chinese brass box (a lot) 100-150
68.     Collection of church tokens (a lot) 30-40
69.     Durham Light Infantry, 68th Light Foot medals to include New Zealand medal 1864 - 1866 awarded to 3097 Mich Guirant, 68th LT INFTY, Military General Service medal 1848 with clasps for Ortes & Nivelle awarded to JL White, Pay Mr, 68th Foot, 1854 Crimea medal with four clasps to include Sebastopol, Inkermann, Balaklava & Alma, awarded to William Desmonde 68th L.I and a Victorian Good Conduct and Long Service medal awarded to 2337 Colors Ser William Harris, 68th foot and an unnamed and edge skimmed 1855 Turkish Crimea medal (5) 500-700
70.     Indian General Service medal with Persia clasp awarded to W. May, 2nd Bombay Eur . L.I 150-200
71.     Durham Light Infantry medals to include Queen Victoria Egypt medal, awarded to 878 PTE. C McDermott 2/Durham L.I, Boer War Queen's South Africa medal with clasps for Transvaal, Relief of Ladysmith and Tugela Heights, awarded to 283 PTE T DONNELLY, DURHAM LT INFY, Edward VII King's South Africa medal with clasps for South Africa 1901 and south Africa 1902, awarded to 5827 PTE W. ROBSON. DURHAM L.I and an 1884 - 1886 khedive's Star (4) 300-400
72.     The Waterloo Medal, awarded to PETER GUNN, 1ST BAT. 92ND HIGHLANDERS, with steel ring and ribbon 600-800
73.     Antique flintlock pistol, 53 cm long (a/f) 40-60
74.     Gordon Highlanders Regimental dirk by R & HB Kirkwood, Thistle Street, Edinburgh. with white metal mounts, knife and fork en suite and with studded hilt with a faceted stone to terminals, polished blade is 28.5cm long, overall length 46cm 400-600
75.     Silver mounted Kukri of traditional form, with a curved steel blade with double fuller and wooden handle, complete with a leather scabbard with silver foliate pattern, overall length 43cm 150-180
76.     Oak box containing a collection of Epns wares to include wine coasters, chamber candlesticks, etc (a lot) 50-70
77.     A large silver plated tray with a family crest to centre and engraved pattern, handles to side and beaded edge, 77cm 30-50
78.     Epns wares to include a part suite of Queens pattern flatware, scallop shell dish, hot water and hot milk pots, etc (a lot) 40-60
79.     Pair of 19th century Epns sweetmeat baskets and a silver plated oval box with a hinged lid, 17cm long (3) 30-40
80.     WWII Defence and War medals and two portrait miniatures within gilt metal frames, largest 11 x 8cm (4) 30-50
81.     Pair of antique Delft blue and white floral patterned vases, (a/f with restorations) 18cm (2) 50-60
82.     Murano art glass bird and nest, designed by Elio Raffaeli, signed with etched signature, 30cm high 50-70
83.     Set of six wine glasses, five with etched bird pattern the other commemorating the marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, 15cm (6) 20-30
84.     Chinese blue and white porcelain plate, river and landscape scene within a border of blossom, 24cm 50-60
85.     Two Chinese famille rose plates, painted with figures and stylised motifs, 27cm diameter (2) 60-80
86.     Early 19th century Newhall porcelain teabowl and saucer, (2) 20-30
87.     Pier Sheerness Kent, commemorative bat printed cup and saucer (2) 20-30
88.     Twelve Barr Worcester fluted tea bowls and saucers, white glazed with gilt rims and borders, (12) 60-80
89.     Collection of tin glazed blue and white pottery to include a set of four bowls and three various plates, all with fritting and rim edge chips, (a/f) (7) 70-100
90.     Japanese bronze dragon vase, 27cm 50-70
91.     After Pierre Jules Mene (1810-1879) - 'Cerf al a branche', a bronze stag reaching for a branch, 24 x 23cm 150-180
92.     English handpainted porcelain teaset comprising teapot, cream jug, slop bowl, sugar bowl, two cake plate, one side plate, eight small cups, eight larger cups and eight saucers 150-200
93.     Herend porcelain basket, 15cm, continental porcelain bowl, two continental porcelain trinket dishes and a Delft, Christian Huygens miniature clock, (5) 30-40
94.     Staffordshire Toby jug, typically dressed and modelled seated with a frothing jug of ale, 24cm high 40-60
95.     Hearty Good Fellow Toby jug, modelled standing and wearing a green jacket and blue striped breeches, (a/f) 30cm 50-70
96.     Toby jug, typically modelled standing, with a D mark to the base, 26cm high 30-40
97.     Mocha Ware small cup, Newhall style teabowl, Success to the Farmer lustre tankard with a frog inside and a Chinese tankard with strapwork handle, 13.5cm (4) (a/f) 60-80
98.     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 100-150
99.     Chinese famille rose wine pot typically painted with flowers and insects, 17cm 40-50
100.    Pair of carved bamboo brush pots depicting a river scene with boat and figures, 12cm (2) 50-70
101.    Chinese blue and white jug, 13cm, cover lacking, together with a Spode Italian blue and white pickle dish, (2) 50-70
102.    Set of five porcelain plates with loch and landscape scenes within puce borders, number 9338, 23cm (5) 20-30
103.    Set of ten Crown Ducal dragon plates, printed factory marks and numbered 2359 (10) 20-40
104.    English porcelain tea and coffee set comprising coffee pot, teapot and stand, sucrier, slop bowl,milk jug, eleven teacup[s, eight coffee cans and twelve saucers 150-200
105.    Collection of 18th century teabowls and a coffee cup, (10) 40-50
106.    English bat printed porcelain to include a Spode saucer, four others, jug and a plate (7) 50-60
107.    Five various pottery tiles, (5) 10-15
108.    Two Doulton figures to include At Ease HN2473 & Suzette HN2026, 20 cm high (2) 20-30
109.    Pair of Chinese blue and white high shouldered vases decorated with bird and flower panels against a scrolling ground, 29cm (2) 60-80
110.    A pair of Chinese famille rose vases, 15cm, covers lacking, and a set of five porcelain teabowls with matching saucers, (12) 40-50
111.    Chinese blue glazed cache pot and stand, with a pagoda and landscape panel in puce, 13cm 30-50
112.    18th century Chinese coffee cup and two famille rose teabowls with four matching saucers and another (9) 40-60
113.    18th century Chinese plate with vase of flowers pattern, 29cm diameter 30-40
114.    Wedgwood set of six coffee cans and saucers, printed factory backstamps and numbered W270 (12) 20-40
115.    Six Bristol blue glass rinsers (6) 30-50
116.    Victorian cream glazed and serpent moulded art pottery jug, 34cm 30-40
117.    Victorian aesthetic jug, white glazed with blue handle and bird pattern, 30cm 30-40
118.    Collection of Dresden moulded and heavy gilded cups and saucers, most with blue crossed sword backstamps and a small porcelain teabowl, (15) 60-70
119.    Set of eighteen iittala of Finland drinking glasses, tallest 13cm (18) 40-50
120.    Collection of 19th century teapots to include black basalt and silver lustre, etc (5) (a/f) 20-30
121.    Two modern Chinese blue and white vases,one with a flared rim, tallest 20cm (2) 20-30
122.    19th century bisque figure group 'A Capital Joke', 31 x 23cm 100-150
123.    Staffordshire pottery Zebra and a group of two fighting boys, tallest 13cm ( (a/f) (2) 30-40
124.    Wemyss bowl, painted with thistles and with green acanthus style border, painted marks to the base Wemyss & T,. Goode & Co, 14cm diameter 50-70
125.    Chinese blue and white porcelain punch bowl with rock work to the inside and with a village scene to the exterior, four character marks to the base, 26cm diameter, (hairline crack) 50-70
126.    Set of four Dresden floral moulded and heavily gilded plates, with blue crossed swords marks, 22cm diameter (4) 50-70
127.    Green ale glass with enamelled crest and inscribed Anno 1667, 13cm 50-70
128.    Set of six Chinese porcelain dragon pattern rice or teabowls (6) 50-70
129.    Collection of studio pottery to include fish bowls, incised cups etc and a mid century yellow, white and black jug, (10) 40-50
130.    An American Sailor Toby jug, modelled seated upon a sea chest inscribed 'Dollars' and holding a jug of ale printed with 'success to our wooden walls', and a Leeds type Toby jug, tallest 26cm (both a/f) (2) 150-200
131.    Collection of six various bat printed porcelain cups and saucers, (12) 50-60
132.    Masons Ironstone blue and white part teaset (a lot) 20-40
133.    18th century nursery plates to include Father Matthew administering the total abstinence pledge, Joseph's Two Dreams, Deer Shooting and two others, largest 19cm diameter, (5) 60-80
134.    Set of six Bridgwood pottery, fish patterned plates (6) 15-20
135.    Collection of late 19 and early 20th century glass bottles (8) 20-30
136.    18th century English pearlware punch bowl, blue and white punch bowl with river and bridge pattern and a Chinese punch bowl with puce floral garland pattern, largest 34cm, (a/f) (3) 120-150
137.    Collection 19th century and later pewter items to include a hip flask, tankard, etc (a lot) 20-30
138.    Collection of 18th and 19th century Chinese porcelain to include a punch bowl, tankard, plates and small bowl, etc (all with damages) (6) 50-60
139.    Collection of stemware jar and bottle and a blue and brown glazed tobacco jar and a small cream ware pot (8) 20-30
140.    Large Japanese paper mache vase of ribbed and waited form, painted with chrysanthemums and blossom, 38cm 50-70
141.    Large Chinese blue and white jar and cover, with fern and foliage pattern, 43cm 50-70
142.    Pair of porcelain campana urn vases with figural panels, puce ground and gilt highlights,on square pedestal bases with blue beehive mark to the bases, 35cm (2) 100-150
143.     Pair of Chinese blue and white high shouldered baluster vases, covers with dog finials, painted with flowers and foliage, each with a four character Kangxi mark to the base,33cm, (a/f) (2) 50-70
144.     Pair of Chinese blue and white high shouldered baluster vases, covers with dog finials, painted with flowers and foliage, each with a four character Kangxi mark to the base, 28cm, (a/f & restored) (2) 40-60
145.    Copper pedestal urn with ring handles and harebell garland pattern, 29cm 30-40
146.    Two Staffordshire flat backs to include 'Wallace' & 'Bruce', 38cm (2) (a/f) 20-30
147.    Pair of walnut veneered bookcases, 14cm (2) 20-30
148.    Pair of Portuguese Esthano white metal candlesticks, 23cm, and a small pewter quaich, (3) 40-50
149.    Victorian inlaid walnut box with mother of pearl, rectangular hinged lid lifting to reveal a mirrored and fitted interior with lift out trays, 30 x 23 x 18cm 50-70
150.    Collection of English porcelain bat printed table wares to include cups, saucers, sucrier and plates, etc (14) 50-70
151.    Three goffering irons, tallest 18cm (3) 20-40
152.    Pair of mahogany corinthian column candlesticks with gilt brass capitals and detachable scones, 27cm high (2) 60-80
153.    Bronze dragon horse, with detachable cover, 29cm 50-70
154.    Three Dubois bronze crotal bells, 15cm, (3) 50-70
155.    A pair of Dresden porcelain mirror back wall applique, with flowers and cherubs, blue AR backstamp verso, 29cm long (2) 80-120
156.    Rosenthal Bjorn Wimblad designed pottery mug and an Orrefors glass paper knife and figure of a Joiner, boxed (3) 20-40
157.    Carton containing a quantity of Epns wares to include teasets, wine slides, tongs, pewter tankard, etc (a lot) 30-40
158.    Brass alms style charger, with fluer de lys border, 43cm diameter 50-70
159.    Carton containing miscellaneous wooden boxes to include Mauchline Ware, leather covered jewellery box and a vintage glass panelled barrel, etc (a lot) 30-40
160.    Large quantity of vintage kitchenalia items (a lot) 40-60
161.    Collection of blue and white tiles, (some a/f) approx 28 full tiles 30-40
162.    Early 19th century portrait miniature of Mrs Gray Newholm, died 8th May 1808 Aged 96, contained within a gilt metal memoriam locket with glazed panel verso, together with another of a woman in a white veil and blue dress, in a yellow metal locket with glazed panel verso, both with suspension loops, 5.5cm (2) 100-150
163.    18th century portrait miniature of a young soldier, contained within a yellow metal memoriam locket with plaided hair verso and JR monogram, 6 x 4cm 80-120
164.    19th century portrait miniature of a young girl with blonde hair, wearing a red dress, contained within a yellow metal memoriam locket brooch with hair, 6.5 x 5.5cm 80-120
165.    18th century portrait miniature of a young man, contained within a yellow metal memoriam locket with hair and seed pearls verso 7.5 x 6cm 100-150
166.    Early 19th century portrait miniature of Mrs Wm Gray, contained within a yellow metal memoriam locket / brooch with hair and seed pearls verso, 6 x 4cm, and another of a an elderly woman, (2) 100-150
167.    Portrait miniature of a Gent, possibly William Gray of Newholm, contained within a yellow metal memoriam locket with plaided hair verso and WG monogram, 5 x 4cm 70-100
168.    18th century portrait miniature of a Gent, contained within a yellow metal memoriam locket with plaided hair border and with hair verso 6 x 7cm including frame 100-150
169.    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

170.    Four 19th century portrait miniatures, painted on ivory, to include Alexander Cunningham by William John Thomson (1771 - 1845) another of Alexander Cunningham by George Marshall Mather (a. 1831 - 1850), William Cunningham or Charles Cunningham by William John Thomson (1771 - 18450 and Mrs Cunningham - wife of Charles Cunningham, all within ebonised frames with acorn mounts and hanging loops, largest overall and including frame 12 x 15cm (4) 200-250
171.    Four late 18th / early 19th century portrait miniatures, painted on ivory, to include John Gray Esq of Newholm, two others by William J Thomson comprising Miss Gray - eldest daughter of Wm Gray of Newholm & Janet Gray the 4th daughter of Wm Gray of Newholm and Susanna - daughter of Wm Gray of Newholm, signed with initials C.P and dated 1795, all within ebonised frames, the largest including frame 13 x 15cm (4) 200-250
172.    James C Parsons - two 19th century silhouettes, a print of The Rev John Dickie, Minister of Langholm 1748 - 1789, a framed daguerreotype and another and a framed print of lady (6) 60-80
173.    Portrait miniature of a lady contained within a gilt metal showcase, size overall 13 x 16cm 50-70
174.    19th century alphabet and verse sampler, worked by Elizabeth Adcock, Aged 13 in 1842, framed under glass, 24 x 29cm 50-70
175.    Regency Sampler with Adam & Eve within the Garden of Eden, dated May 14 1805, framed under glass, 28 x 30 cm 70-100
176.    White glass paste portrait relief plaque in a circular gilt frame, paper label verso inscribed 'Sir William Hillary, 1825, by Tassie from model by Wyon for Royal Mint', overall 12cm (including frame) 50-70
177.    Oval bronze plaque relief decorated with a scene of Classical figures, 18cm 30-40
178.    Claire Dalby (b.1944) 'Rosemary' an engraving numbered 29 / 190, signed in pencil and framed under glass, 11 x 15cm - 31 x 37 with frame 30-40
179.    Michael Kenny (1941 - 2000) 'Night VII 8.30' screenprint on paper, signed in pencil, entitled and dated '96, framed under glass, 40 x 39cm including frame 120-150
180.    Japanese coloured print, framed under glass, 37 x 49cm including frame 20-40
181.    Karolina Larusdottir RWS (Icelandic 1944-2019) ' the woman who did not see the angel' an etching, signed in pencil, entitled and numbered 18/200, 18 x 14cm 80-120
182.    Watercolour and gouache on card of a figure crossing a bridge, apparently unsigned, in a rosewood frame, 22 x 14cm 50-70
183.    HMS Galatea, lithograph on paper, entitled and signed with initials ?EBY, framed under glass, 28 x 23cm 50-70
184.    19th Century School, a watercolour and gouache of a waterfall with sightseers, signed indistinctly and framed under glass, 17.5 x 12cm 50-70
185.    Arran from Loch Fad, Bute, a watercolour, entitled but unsigned, framed under glass, 23 x 18cm 40-60
186.    Alan McTagget, screenprint of a house, signed in pencil and numbered 6/9, framed under glass, 17 x 15cm 20-30
187.    A pastel landscape, apparently unsigned, framed under glass, 27 x 19cm 20-30
188.    Yorkshire Hero - Winner of Seventy Seven Battles!!!, a coloured cock fighting print in a glazed Hogarth frame, 37 x 37cm including frame 20-30
189.    Naive School watercolour painting of a river with bridge and fisherman, framed under glass 39 x 29cm 30-50
190.    Noah's Ark, an oil on panel painting, apparently unsigned, framed, 43 x 27cm 70-100
191.    Happiness & Persuasion, a pair of coloured prints in glazed frames, 24 x 19cm (2) 20-30
192.    A collection of 19th century coloured prints to include Fortitude, Truth, Happy Sportsman, Affectionate Wife and Hope, all in glazed frames, largest overall 14 x 18cm, together with two miniature oval prints (7) 30-50
193.    A collection of 19th century coloured prints to include The Infant Orphan Asylum, Campo Fondame, The Prodigal son spending His Substance, The Amiable Fruiterer, and Milk maids, all in glazed frames, largest overall 16 x 20cm (5) 40-50
194.    A collection of 19th century coloured prints to include The Marriage of HRH Princess Charlotte of Wales to His Serene Highness Leopold, Prince of Saxe Coburg, A Monument to the Memory of Nelson, Mr T.P Cooke as Ben Backstay and Asia, all in glazed frames, largest overall 23 x 28cm (4) 50-60
195.    Four William Daniell coloured prints to include Mull, Loch Crenan, Dunvegan Castle & Oban, and another, all in glazed frames, largest overall 36 x 29cm (5) 30-40
196.    Two coloured prints to include Vue de la Place du Grand Duc and Costume Della Misericordia di Firenze, in glazed frames, 22 x 16cm (2) 20-30
197.    Set of four coloured prints to include Framlingham Castle, Orford Castle, Leystone Abbey and Cardinal Wolsey's College at Ipswich, all in glazed frames, size overall 37 x 32cm (4) 30-40
198.    A collection of framed prints to include Coal Exchange, Fire in London, Inside View of the Church of St Stephen, Walbrooke London, A View of the Fire Engine of Chelsea Waterworks and another (5) 50-60
199.    Watch Tower at Melton, a watercolour, signed indistinctly and framed under glass, 52 x 31cm 30-50
200.    Allan Ramsay (Scottish 1713-1784) Interest: William the 17th Earl of Sutherland a three quarter length portrait oil on canvas, with a paper label verso inscribed 'This picture, by Alan Ramsay is a duplicate of the one at Dunrobin Castle. This was the last Earl of Sutherland, his daughter the Duchess - Countess gave the picture to Dugald Gilchrist' Dugald was the Factor at the Sutherland Estates for 40 years. Contained within an ornate gilt frame, 85 x 125cm 400-600
201.    Persian rug, indigo and ivory field with foliate pattern and flowerhead border, 214 x 132cm 50-70
202.    Kazak type rug, red and indigo field with geometric motifs and flowerhead border, 234 x 135cm (a/f) 50-70
203.    Bangladesh Jute rug, green and ivory field with allover foliate design, 146 x 90cm 40-60
204.    Large Kelim rug with vertical striped field, 296 x 197cm 40-60
205.    Three vintage wools rugs and a wall hanging depicting a peacock, 125 x 76cm (4) 40-50
206.    Afghan tent hanging 115 x 176cm including tassels 50-70
207.    wool wall hanging panel and a purple rug, 180 x 176cm (2) 20-40
208.    Quashqai rug, blue field with three pole medallions with an ivory border with flowerheads, 175 x 155cm 80-120
209.    Pine storage trunk, 134 x 46 x 47cm 30-40
210.    Alvar Aalto style bent ply table / magazine rack, 62 x 45 x 35cm 50-60
211.    Mahogany Apothecary style chest with an arrangement of nine drawers with bun handles, 62 x 72 x 24cm 60-80
212.    19th century mahogany and inlaid corner washstand with three drawers, splayed legs and conforming undertier, 58 x 54 x 40cm 30-50
213.    Four various spindle back chairs with solid seats, (4) 30-40
214.    Georgian mahogany washstand with a single drawer and cupboard, 46 x 89 x 34cm together with a mahogany commode (2) 40-50
215.    Antique oak bible box with carved front and iron lock plate, on trestle side supports, (old worm) 66 x 47 x 25cm
216.    A pair of Vico Magistretti mid century open armchairs with woven rush seats 58 x 76cm (2) 70-100
217.    Georgian mahogany corner cupboard, 65 x 71 x 41cm 30-50
218.    Mahogany Pembroke style table on square tapering legs, 36 x 72 x 43cm (a/f) 30-40
219.    Thonet bentwood ebonised rocking chair 52 x 98cm 50-70
220.    Two Hussif Ltd vintage bookcases and another largest 106 x 92cm (3) 30-40
221.    Beaver and Tapley 1950's walnut Penguin bookcase with nine shelves and shaped side supports, 75 x 86 x 17cm 100-150
222.    Mid Century open armchair with loose cushions, 64 x 90 x 48cm 60-80
223.    Mahogany revolving bookcase, 49 x 89 x 49cm 50-70
224.    Mahogany revolving bookcase with walnut inlaid top, 46 x 86 x 46cm 60-80
225.    Mid Century open armchair with loose cushions 75 x 82 x 47cm 40-60
226.    Ebonised bentwood cafe chair and an oak bookcase of narrow proportions, 39 x 118 x 20cm (2) 40-50
227.    Merrow Associates 1970's vintage chrome and glass coffee table, 114 x 36 x 46cm 100-150
228.    Sailor's chest, with hand painted top, leather covered body with stud work and a date '1795', 91 x 45 x 48cm 150-200
229.    Vintage pine Pembroke table on ring turned legs, 94 x 76 x 62 & 98cm open 60-80
230.    Persian carpet / rug, red field with central ivory medallion and foliate pattern with multiple borders, 265 x 345cm 100-150
231.    Late 19th / early 20th century hand woven Sparta carpet, the blue field with a powder blue central medallion and urn motifs, pink spandrels, flowerhead borders, approx 448 x 605cm 300-500
232.    Large Afghan style carpet, 465 x 352 cm 50-100
233.    A quantity of early 20th century and vintage table linens, etc (a lot) 20-40
234.    A quantity of vintage floral fabrics, etc (a lot) 30-40
235.    A quantity of vintage fabrics and cushions, etc (a lot) 30-40
236.    A quantity of vintage embroidered and crewel work fabrics, etc (a lot) 30-40
237.    Box containing three rolls of fabric, a vintage wall hanging and braiding (a lot) 30-40
238.    Antique oak Welsh style linen press base, the sides with floral inlaid pattern, with an arrangement of six drawers with brass handles, 172 x 65 x 51cm 120-150
239.    Yewwood ledgeback table / writing desk, on square tapering legs with spade feet, 97 x 80 x 43cm 40-60
240.    18th century walnut and feather banded corner cabinet / cupboard, with brass hinge, painted shelved interior, 69 x 107 x 37cm 100-150
241.    19th century mahogany sofa table with a single frieze drawer with bun handles and one dummy drawer,on splayed legs with caps and castors, 92 x 77 x 52cm 80-120
242.    Elm Windsor chair with pierced splat, saddle seat, turned legs and H stretcher, 58 x 109cm 100-150
243.    Pair of elm spindle hoop back chairs with solid seats and turned legs, 44 x 87cm (2) 50-70
244.    Peat barrel of oval form with coopered bands, 59 x 51 x 48cm 50-70
245.    Victorian rosewood framed settee with button back upholstery, on carved cabriole legs with brass castors, 155 x 80 x 47cm 180-220
246.    Arts & Crafts oak double chair back settee, possibly American, with carved serpentine top rail above spindles, with upholstered seat and turned legs and stretchers, 105 x 104cm, together with a matching open armchair (2) 150-180
247.    Victorian adjustable piano stool with a circular upholstered seat on a mahogany column with quadruple reeded legs, 44 x 50cm 50-70
248.    19th century mahogany chest, the rectangular top over four graduating long drawers with bun handles, 118 x 111 x 55cm 100-150
249.    Antique dark oak coffer, the hinged plain top over four rosette carved panels, on a later oak stand, 132 x 91 x 53cm 120-150
250.    Late 19th / early 20th century walnut two tier table with scalloped edge top, 92 x 76 x 55cm 50-70
251.    Late 19th / early 20th century Howard & Sons light oak sideboard, with a mirrored ledgeback and inverted breakfront top over three long drawers, an open recess flanked by cupboard doors, the inside drawer bearing paper label for Howard & Sons Berner Street, 221 x 141 x 66cm 150-200
252.    Teak mid century sideboard, 206 x 79 x 46cm 100-150
253.    19th century mahogany desk with three quarter ledgeback, rectangular top and four drawers with bun handles, on turned tapering legs, terminating on brass caps and castors, 119 x 80 x 51cm 150-200
254.    19th century mahogany open armchair, ribbon backed with an upholstered stuff over seat, square legs and H form stretcher, 64 x 96cm 40-60
255.    Georgian mahogany open armchair with Chippendale style interlaced splat back, serpentine arms, upholstered drop in seat, square legs and H form stretcher, 66 x 97cm 50-70
256.    Louis XV style ormolu mounted kingwood and marquetry inlaid work / sewing table, the hinged lid with an ebony panel inlaid with floral marquetry which lifts to reveal a mirrored and fitted interior with green sycamore lidded compartments enclosing further floral marquetry, with a frieze drawer (locked) raised on cabriole legs terminating with sabots, with a conforming undertier, the whole embellished with Linke type mounts 53 x 79 x 42cm 400-600
257.    Antique copper water pump with black iron mounts with a heart shaped handle, 108 x 104cm 50-70
258.    19th century mahogany drop leaf dining table, 122 x 72 x 54cm when closed and 163cm when open 40-60
259.    Victorian mahogany adjustable Campaign daybed, with detachable legs, upholstered headrest and arms, hinged with brass mounts and with ratchet movement, turned legs with brass caps and iron wheels, 205 x 90 x 80cm ( some screws and side section of headrest are missing) 200-400
260.    Turkish prayer rug, green field and floral borders, 138 x 86cm 50-70
261.    Mahogany wall shelf with scalloped sides and a drawer to the base, 39cm 30-50
262.    Large Royal Doulton blue white ashet Turkey pattern ashet / serving dish, printed factory backstamp, approx 54cm 80-120
263.    Large Meissen circular shallow bowl / charger, decorated with floral sprays with a basket weave rim, blue crossed swords mark, 38.5cm diameter 40-60
264.    19th century rosewood and brass inlaid tea caddy of sarcophagus form, the hinged lid opening to reveal two lidded compartments and a central area for mixing, raised on four bun feet, 31 x 16cm 100-150
265.    A pair of giltwood acanthus and floral wall shelf brackets (2) 34cm 50-70
266.    Chinese blue and white vase and cover with lappet leaf borders and allover foliate pattern with bats, blue seal mark to the base, 41cm
267.    Rotax Motor Company No 303 lamp and an A.W Gamage lamp, tallest 20cm, (2) 30-50
268.    Chinese ebonised and mother of pearl inlaid table top cabinet / box, the domed lid opening to reveal a mirrored interior with lift out tray containing a selection of mother of pearl sewing tools, with a pair of cupboard doors enclosing three long drawers and a writing slope to the base, on bun feet, (one foot and side handle lacking) 32 x 34cm 80-120
269.    A collection of Arts & Crafts iron items to include an Aesthetic candlestick, trivet, rosette and coat hook together with a small circular brass photograph frame, tallest 18cm (5) 50-60
270.    Green glazed duck pottery tureen, 18cm long 20-30
271.    19th century Scottish steel box iron with a brass and mahogany turned handle, 16cm long 50-70
272.    Antique iron rush light on a provincial wooden base, 19cm 50-70
273.    Black metal chinoiserie hanging light with pierced blossom pattern and three detachable candle sconce arms, 23cm drop 50-70
274.    Antique iron rush light holder on tripod legs, 25.5cm, together with another (2) 70-100
275.    Three antique ivory billiard balls and three others (6) 70-100
276.    Four Pratt Ware pot lids to include Holborn Viaduct and The Cavalier,etc, in circular wooden frames (4) 30-40
277.    A pair of Robert Mouseman Thompson carved light oak bookends, each carved mouse trademark, 16cm, (2) 150-250
278.    A pair of wrought iron three branch candelabra, 33cm (2) 30-50
279.    Georgian elm wall hanging candle box with a good patination, 39cm 50-70
280.    Three antique Delft chargers, each with blue and white floral pattern, rim edge fritting and chips, 35cm (3) 80-120
281.    Chinese jar and cover decorated with a pattern of prunus and bamboo in underglaze blue and white with iron red and orange foliage, damage to the cover, 24cm 150-200
282.    A collection of early 20th century games and toys to include The Whirling Game of Whacker, Timpo Mosaic cubes, a blonde mohair Teddy, doll's bed, miniature cabin trunk containing a selection of dolls knitted clothing, and a teaset, etc (a lot) 40-50
283.    A collection of Chinese wooden stands, various shapes and size (a lot) 40-60
284.    Small octagonal milking stool, 19cm, and another with upholstered top (2) 30-40
285.    Mahogany framed dressing table swing mirror, 55cm 30-40
286.    Vintage brown leather suitcase, 45 x 30cm, and another in black leather and named Edward Bethune (2) 20-40
287.    Collection of stone ware crocks and jars to include for James Millar Butter Factor, 124 Leith Street, Edinburgh, (5) 20-30
288.    Three Holcroft iron kettles with brass handles to include 10 pints and two 5 pints, (3) 30-40
289.    Soho Pottery Azalea pattern dinner service (a lot) 20-30
290.    Collection of vintage kitchenalia to include butter pats, wooden plates, cook books, brass weights, etc (a lot) 30-40
291.    Collection of vintage kitchenalia to include Cornish Ware, rolling pin, The Ideal Cream Maker, etc (7) 30-40
292.    Collection of vintage kitchenalia to include a mixing bowl, washboard, egg stands, pots, plunger, etc (12) 30-40
293.    Ground Rice & Currants, two vintage white enamel storage jars and covers, a copper watering can and another (4) 30-40
294.    Collection of Staffordshire pottery figures, tallest 25cm (a/f) (7) 30-40
295.    Three stone ware pots, two brown glazed the other unglazed, 25cm (3) 15-20
296.    Collection of 19th and 20th century Staffordshire pottery jugs, etc (9) 15-20
297.    Collection of metal wares to include candlesticks, vases, etc (7) 20-30
298.    Collection of Staffordshire blue and white pottery to include Wedgwood Ferrara jug and bowl, etc (a lot) 20-30
299.    Collection of 19th and 20th century pottery to include Carlton Ware and Torquay pottery etc, (20) 20-30
300.    Collection of moulded and pressed glass to include vases, salts, knife rests, etc (14) 20-30
301.    Bronze mortar, copper scoop, glass light fitting, etc (5) 30-40
302.    Charlotte James button upholstered ottoman stool of large proportions, raised on an oak frame and tapering legs, 150 x 45cm 120-150
303.    George IV mahogany open armchair, volute carved top rail and mid rail, upholstered seat and sabre legs, 52 x 89cm 70-100
304.    Pair of faux tortoiseshell hexagonal table lamp bases, 43cm (2) 30-50
305.    chinoiserie brass inlaid table lamp base, 48cm high 20-40
306.    Delft blue and white garlic neck table lap base with two fittings for bulbs, 74cm 50-70
307.    Georgian mahogany chest, the rectangular top with moulded edge over two short and three graduating long drawers, 91 x 88 x 53cm 150-180
308.    Antique pine kitchen dresser, the glazed with an open back and shelves over two drawers and a pair of cupboard doors, 107 x 199 x 43cm 80-120
309.    19th century mahogany bureau, the fall front opening to reveal a satinwood fitted interior, with lopers and four graduating long drawers with bun handles, on bracket feet, 103 x 110 x 55cm 80-120
310.    19th century mahogany bow front chest with two short and three long drawers, shaped apron to base, 106 x 104 x 53cm 70-100
311.    Walnut stool, with upholstered top, cabriole legs and pad feet, 53 x 39 x 39cm 50-70
312.    17th century and later dark oak coffer of unusually long proportions, the plain hinged top opening to reveal a void interior, with six fielded panels to the front and back carved with initials AS and date 1685, with iron hinges 188 x 70 x 62cm 200-300
313.    Oak Jacobean type chest, rectangular moulded edge top over two short and three long drawers with brass handle and escutcheons, 88 x 86 x 49cm 150-180
314.    Mahogany cabinet with a dentil frieze over a pair of cupboard doors with a shelved interior above a pull out slide and three graduating long drawers, on bracket feet, 65 x 145 x 50cm 70-100
315.    Antique elm wing back lambing chair with a good patination, with a solid seat over a drawer to the base, 66 x 109cm 200-300
316.    Victorian flame mahogany chiffonier with a gallery back and lift up compartment, 139 x 143 x 50cm 70-100
317.    Oak dresser base with three drawers and shaped apron, on square legs 76 x 75 x 62cm 200-250
318.    19th century mahogany Clerk's desk, 83 x 110 x 73cm 70-100
319.    19th century flame mahogany bow front chest with three short and four long drawers, on straight legs with undulating panels to side, 115 x 108 x 57cm 200-300
320.    Gothic arch giltwood pier mirror, some losses to the frame, the mercury mirror plate foxed and with a split held in place with tape, 68 x 166cm 100-150
321.    Large satin mahogany overmantle mirror, 170 x 107cm 100-150
322.    Oak longcase clock, swan neck hood over a Mawkes of Derby painted dial with Roman numerals, subsidiary dial and date aperture, the trunk with reeded pilasters, (a/f with one foot lacking) 220 x 52 x 25cm 120-150
323.    19th century mahogany longcase clock, swan neck hood with a painted dial with subsidiary dials and Roman numerals, 216 x 48 x 25cm 150-180
324.    Vintage mangle, housed within an oak table with fold out top, 85 x 83 x 53cm 40-50
325.    19th century flame mahogany escritoire with a cavetto drawer over a fall front which opens to reveal a fully fitted interior with an arrangement of nine drawers and a central cupboard over a pull out writing slide with black leather skivver and three quarter gallery, above a further three long drawers, flanked by a spiral uprights with carved leaf details, raised on turned feet, 110 x 160 x 61cm 200-300
326.    Faux giltwood cherub wall mirror with an oval plate, size overall 65 x 42cm 20-30
327.    Carton containing a quantity of steel fireside accessories, two metal sword scabbards, bayonet and scabbard, copper oil lamp, etc (a lot) 30-40
328.    Quantity of architectural salvage items to include a pair of claw and ball feet, vintage tools, brushes, razors, tape measures, iron hanging weights, wooden scumble roller by Wershaw & Bellamy, bicycle repair kit, brass clips, etc (a large lot) 50-70
329.    Early 20th century brass three fold spark guard, 68cm high, and brass fire dogs and fireside implements, (6) 30-40
330.    Set of twelve porcelain calendar plates designed by John Ball (12) 20-30
331.    A pair of brown and one black wool banister or wall rope twists with brass attachments, approx 7m (3) 20-30
332.    Wooden yoke, peat or grass cutting implement, collection of Cole's Patent agricultural horse footwear, etc (a lot) 20-40
333.    Quantity of Kendrick iron cooking pans, (4) 30-40
334.    Quantity of iron skillets and hooks, tongs, trivets, etc (a lot) 40-50
335.    Three foils, one with a brass pommel handle, 107cm long (3) 20-30
336.    Quantity of black iron skillets, cauldron pot, etc (a lot) 30-40
337.    Graduated set of three late 19th century meat dish covers by Griffins & Browett of Birmingham, largest 49cm long (3) 30-40
338.    Three miscellaneous late 19th and early 20th century fenders to include brass and copper examples, longest 145cm (3) 20-40
339.    A set of brass servants bell, graduating size (5) 80-120
340.    19th century rosewood box, rectangular hinged top opening to reveal a leather skiver, lift out rays and with a drawer to the base, brass handles to side, 31 x 24cm together with a 19th century rosewood and brass bound box and a small glass jar / box (3) 70-100
341.    Armand Marseille Duchess bisque head doll in her original clothing and shoes, 30cm, together with another bisque head doll with wooden limbs, (2) 40-50
342.    Collection of vintage Matchbox diecast cars and other vehicles, playworn, (a lot) 20-30
343.    A bronze corinthian column table lamp base and an iron tripod stand with hook, tallest 43cm (2) 20-40
344.    A mixed lot to include a Victorian carte de visite album with cards, miniature flags and embroidered cards, embroidered box, fans, feather brooch, etc (a lot) 30-40
345.    A collection of early 20th century advertising boxes to include Fry's Cream Tablets, Jaz for the Housewife and a vintage Enquires sign, 34cm long (5) 20-30
346.    A horse and foal carved wooden plaque, 35 x 28cm together with a Whitefriars style green glass bowl and a framed delft tile, Pilkingtons framed tile by J. Nicholson (4) 20-30
347.    Bronze panel with a classical female figure and brazier, on a mahogany plaque, 31 x 25cm 50-70
348.    Collection of late 19th and early 20th century textile bell pulls, (a lot) 30-40
349.    Mahogany and boxwood inlaid box with a rectangular hinged lid and lion mask ring handle, void interior, raised on gilt metal hairy paw feet, 31 x 18 x 17cm 70-100
350.    Victorian mahogany and Tunbridge inlaid sewing box with a domed lid and with lift out tray to the interior, together with a tea caddy box similar design with two lead lined divisions, 25 x 15cm (2) 70-100
351.    Wedgwood & Co Imperial porcelain dinner service (a lot) 20-40
352.    Quantity of English 18th and 19th century tableware's to include cups and saucer, teapot, etc (a lot) 40-50
353.    Brass bell with an iron wall bracket, inscribed MFV 1016 50-70
354.    Late 19th . early 20th century octagonal wall clock 40-60
355.    Mahogany and chequer banded inlaid oval tray with brass handles, two mahogany framed mirrors and a wool winding stand (a/f) (4) 50-60
356.    Vintage fishing box and net, 35cm 15-20
357.    Japanese lacquered coal box and similar tea caddy, hors d-oeuvres set, largest 35 x 28cm (3) 30-40
358.    Large salt glazed flagon, 34cm 40-50
359.    Chinese famille verte fish bowl, typically painted with birds, flowers and foliage within stylised borders, 37 x 30cm 70-100
360.    Pair of coloured glass light fittings in metal frames, approx 32cm (2) 50-70
361.    Brass three branch light fitting, 40 x 45cm approx 20-40
362.    Regency style cut glass five light chandelier, with five scrolling branch arms hung with prism drops, together with extra / broken parts (a/f) 80 x 90cm approx 200-300
363.    Brass ceiling light with an opaque white glass shade, 45 x 56cm (a/f) 20-30
364.    Admiral Fitzroy oak barometer, 105 x 31cm 70-100
365.    19th century mahogany and chequer inlaid bow front sideboard, 153 x 88 x 60cm 120-150
366.    George III satinwood cutlery urn with feather band stringing, urn finial and white metal mounts, on a square pedestal base, 64cm high 500-600
367.    White glazed octagonal table lamp base and another with green glazed basket weave pattern, tallest 47cm (2) 30-40
368.    Terracotta Roman style table lamp base, 38cm 10-15
369.    French Boulle mantle clock retailed by Hamilton & Inches, movement numbered 37006 and striking on a coil, 38 x 22cm 150-200
370.    Arts & Crafts brass lamp, in the manner of Benson, with adjustable arm and three outswept legs, approx 38cm 40-60
371.    Sheraton Revival mahogany bijouterie table 73 x 75 x 47cm 120-150
372.    Two Georgian mahogany commode stools, one with a pottery liner, the other with fixed top 52 x 46 x 41cm (2) 120-150
373.    A pair of Hepplewhite style mahogany open armchairs, inlaid shield backs with an urn motif, upholstered drop in seats, square tapering legs with spade feet, 56 x 98cm (2) 60-80
374.    French kingwood , marquetry and gilt metal mounted corner cabinet 200-300
375.    A pair of extremely long tartan curtains, 620cm drop x 282cm wide 50-70
376.    A set of four vintage crewel work drapes, possibly from a four poster bed, 174 x 124, together with a fifth panel with wider dimensions - 156 x 234cm (5) 100-150
377.    Set of six embroidered curtains, each stitched with deer, tree and flowers pattern in coloured threads, with braided edge, comprising three left orientated and three right orientated, 297 x 100cm, together with two embroidered bell pull panels (8) 100-150
378.    19th century bureau bookcase cabinet, with a crenuated top enclosing a clock face and barometer flanked by astragal glazed cupboards, over a base with a fall front and four graduating long drawers (top and bottom are a marriage) 125 x 220cm 100-150
379.    Victorian women's clothing to include a purple silk jacket and skirt, a cream and silk thread floral patterned skirt and jacket and a skirt (a lot) 70-100
380.    Victorian skirt in black fabric with sequins and netting, with a long train and underskirt together with a section of a lace dress (2) 30-50
381.    Three early 20th century waistcoats, (3) 20-30
382.    Early 20th century Lady's black satin jacket with lace and feather by by John Falconer of Aberdeen together with a peacock feather scarf (2) 30-50
383.    An Edwardian silk embroidered dress together with a grey chiffon dress, (2) 30-50
384.    A collection of Chinese embroidered clothing to include a jacket and three wraps / skirts(4) 70-100
385.    Baby's lace and cotton dress and hat (2) 15-20
386.    Fur stoles, satin handbag and hat, etc (a lot) 15-20
387.    A collection of beadwork items to include two cushions, two panels and a wall hanging 54 x 120cm 30-40
388.    White hardstone box and a small white glazed pottery devotional alcove, 8cm (2) 20-40
389.    19th century Miller's Fancy Toy Repository mahogany box containing a large collection of ivory alphabet plaques, 20 x 13cm 50-80
390.    A quantity of Chinese mother of pearl gaming counters together with a box containing a smaller set of four matching boxes with Continental scenes to each lid, (approx 200 counters) 200-250
391.    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 200-300
392.    Collection of pre decimal coins, two vintage tins and a late Victorian silver mounted brown leather coin purse (a lot) 30-50
393.    French brass cased carriage clock, the dial with Roman numerals and floral pattern, 15cm including handle 50-60
394.    Early 20th century Walker & Hall, black lacquered chinoiserie mantle clock, with French brass movement, 15cm 60-80
395.    Antique lace to include a collar, scarf and hair piece, together with a hair slide and tiara and a quantity of lace making bobbins, etc (a lot) 50-70
396.    Mixed lot to include silver and white metal napkin rings, mother of pearl handled files, enamel buttons and steel marcesite necklace, etc (a lot) 40-50
397.    Collection of marine ivory and resin netsukes to include an amber coloured duck, signed, etc (14) 100-150
398.    A group of seven Japanese ivory okimono figures, tallest 20cm (5) 80-120
399.    Stelton Cylinda stainless steel tea and coffee set, originally designed by Arne Jacobsen, comprising coffee pot, hot water pot, teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug (5) tallest 20cm 150-180
400.    Japanese lacquered vase on a wooden base, 17cm high 20-40
401.    Mauchline type box containing a fern etched glass, black leather box with a medicine glass and a circular box and cover, (a lot) 20-40
402.    Collection of Cross and Parker fountain and ball point pens, (a lot) 30-50
403.    Collection of gold plated and gilt metal cufflinks, small silver fob watch and chains, etc

404.    Miniature pine chair, 30cm high together with a four legged stool (2) 30-50
405.    Two early 20th century cooking pots and covers with wooden finials (2) 20-30
406.    Collection of black iron cruse lamps (a lot) 100-120
407.    19th century carriage lamp, copper lantern and a Salters tole ware item, etc (3) 20-40
408.    19th century English porcelain part teaset, white glazed with gilt pattern (a/f) 20-40
409.    Anna Lambert studio pottery bowl (with restoration) 53 X 35cm 50-70
410.    Collection of clay pipes and a vintage bowler hat, etc (a lot) 20-30
411.    Wrought iron candle scones, 30cm long (3) 20-40
412.    Pair of Robert Welch Chipping Camden iron candlesticks and a quantity of vintage stainless steel servings dishes, etc (a lot) 20-40
413.    Twelve coloured glass scent bottles and stoppers, tallest 21cm (12) 60-70
414.    Quantity of English porcelain bat printed table wares to include cups - one with Lady Godiva pattern, a plate, etc (9) 30-40
415.    Table lamp with a curved plywood shade, overall height 32cm 30-40
416.    Herbert Terry vintage anglepoise lamp 50-60
417.    Alexandre Dumas, eighteen novels to include The Three Musketeers, The Man in The Iron Mask and Taking the Bastille, etc (18) 30-40
418.    19th century books to include Rickards' India, Vol I & II, Clarendon's History of the Rebellion Vol 3 & 6, Some Memorials of J. Hampden, Expedition to the Crimea, Sinai & Palestine - Stanley and Invasion of the Crimea, etc (20) 60-80
419.    Nicholas's Dispatches of Nelson Vols II through to VI, Life of Nelson - Southey and Histoire de Napoleon, etc (13) 40-60
420.    South Africa and the Transvaal War, Louis Creswicke, Irish Nation, Goldsmith's natural History and early 19th century Annual Registers of Politics and Literature, (16) 30-40
421.    Various law books to include Outlines of Constitutional Law, etc (a lot) 20-30
422.    A quantity 18th century Annual Registers of Politics and Literature, printed early 19th century (approx 28) 30-40
423.    Collection of blue and white pottery and porcelain to include two Chinese tea bowls and Staffordshire pottery, etc (13) 20-30
424.    Collection of 18th and 19th century porcelain and pottery saucers, plates, teabowls and cream jug to include Rockingham, Wedgwood and Newhall, etc (13) 30-50
425.    A pair of Imari pattern English serving dishes, a Staffordshire pottery drainer, English part teaset, majolica style pottery ring, etc ( 9) 20-30
426.    Giltwood wall mirror with an ebonised slip and rectangular mercury glass plate, 58 x 42cm 70-100
427.    Walnut chest on stand, the rectangular top over three short and three graduating long drawers, the base with two short drawers, on cabriole legs with pad feet, 101 x 155 x 57cm 300-500
428.    Late 19th / early 20th century brass bed, double, with sprung base and side rails, no mattress, 140 x 156 x 203cm (a/f) 70-100
429.    Dining table with Castelli aluminium base and later circular faux rosewood top, 130 x 66cm 150-200
430.    Section of a wooden painted icon, 30 x 14cm, mounted on a hessian covered backboard 50-60
431.    Early 20th century tray with a glazed top containing an embroidered panel 50cm long 20-40
432.    Henri Wintermann's vintage table top display cabinet containing a quantity of empty jewellery boxes and an Epns rectangular box , 27 x 37cm 30-40
433.    Stamps and First Day covers and some loose stamps, etc (a lot) 30-50
434.    Mahogany framed dressing table swing mirror 20-30