Antiques and Fine Art Sale on
Tuesday 1st October 2013

1.      A substantial yellow topaz pendant, the circular stone with simple yellow metal mount£600-800
2.      A citrine and diamond three stone half hoop ring, the oval cut citrine flanked by brilliant-cut yellow diamonds, claw mounted to an 18ct gold shank£600-800
3.      A single stone diamond ring, the old brilliant cut diamond in raised claw mount, together with a 22ct gold wedding band£100-150
4.      An Edwardian gem-set negligée pendant of lyre form, together with a 15ct gold bar brooch set with sapphires and split pearls, a ruby and diamond bar brooch, three further bar brooches, and a 9ct rose gold lady's wristwatch£120-180
5.      A single stone diamond ring, the brilliant cut clear mounted diamond, with three stone diamond shoulders, together with a channel set diamond half hoop eternity ring£150-250
6.      A 9ct gold curb pattern charm bracelet, suspended with various gold and one gold plated charms, including an articulated ballet dancer, and a church opening to reveal a marriage ceremony£1000-1200
7.      A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the oval cut sapphire, claw mounted within a border of brilliant cut diamonds to an 18ct white gold shank£250-350
8.      A Victorian sovereign, with mobile pendant fitting, with a 9ct gold flattened curb pattern chain£300-400
9.      A late Victorian sapphire and diamond seven stone half hoop ring, to a carved mount£150-250
10.     An Edwardian platinum mounted five stone diamond half hoop ring, the graduated old brilliant cut diamonds within a platinum fronted band to plain 18ct gold shank£120-180
11.     A five stone diamond ring, the graduated old brilliant cut stones claw mounted to a plain hoop£150-180
12.     A three stone diamond ring, together with a ruby and diamond seven stone half hoop ring and a sapphire cluster ring£120-180
13.     An emerald and diamond five stone half hoop ring, the millegrain mounted step cut emeralds and brilliant cut diamonds to plain mount£80-120
14.     An 18ct gold wedding band£80-100
15.     A late Victorian gold thimble with applied decoration, a border of leaves and flowers with inset seed pearls, monogrammed 'CEP' in silk and velvet lined leather case £80-120
16.     A gentleman's 9ct gold Longines watch, the brushed champagne coloured dial with Arabic and baton numerals and sweep second hand commemorative inscription to reverse 'For the Honourable Artillery Company', in fitted Longines case£250-300
17.     A Victorian heart-shaped turquoise cluster pendant, together with a turquoise bar brooch, a pair of turquoise cluster earrings, several silver and yellow metal brooches and pendants, and other sundry items£100-150
18.     An Eberhard Art Deco silver purse watch, in the form of a vesta case, leather bound, the slide mechanism opening to reveal rectangular silvered dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary hands at six o'clock, Swiss silver marks, the case signed Eberhard and Co£100-150
19.     An opal cluster dress ring, the central oval opal with two tiers of circular opals, together with a garnet cluster ring in a textured 9ct gold shank£100-150
20.     A Victorian ruby and split pearl mourning brooch, shaped oval with applied beaded and scrolling detail, the central circular plaque set with a cushion cut ruby and two split pearls, glazed hair panel to reverse, in fitted case£120-180
21.     A late Victorian diamond set mourning brooch, with applied decoration and rose diamond to centre, glazed panel to reverse, in fitted case£80-120
22.     An emerald and diamond cluster ring, the rectangular cut-cornered emerald claw mounted within a border of brilliant cut diamonds, bifurcated shoulders and plain shank£2000-3000
23.     A pair of 9ct gold pendant earrings, together with a fancy gate link chain
24.     An 18ct gold diamond-set half-hoop ring£120-180
25.     An opera length row of uniform sized pearls, cased
26.     An 18k lady's wrist watch on chain bracelet, a white metal cased gentleman's watch, a Tissot lady's wrist watch, a tortoiseshell faced travelling clock and a travelling barometer£100-150
27.     An Omega Speedmaster gent's Tachemetre, with subsidiary dials at 3, 9 and 6 o'clock, the black dial marked in plain baton increments, the 1960s Speedmaster was the wristwatch for the Gemini Space Missions in 1965-1966, includes service receipt£1000-1200
28.     An 18ct gold wedding band, together with a 9ct gold wedding band, a silver ingot pendant and a small quantity of costume jewellery£80-120
29.     A Victorian shell cameo brooch, together with a Victorian agate brooch, a pair of coin cuff links and a quantity of silver and costume jewellery£80-120
30.     A 9ct gold gate link bracelet, together with a 9ct gold rope twist chain, another similar and a quantity of silver and costume jewellery£200-300
31.     A 9ct gold double curb pattern chain bracelet, suspended with twenty-three various charms, together with an eternity ring£450-650
32.     An ecclesiastical silver pyx and chalice by Cox Co., in fitted case£400-500
33.     A pair of George III cast silver table candlesticks with removable drip pans, the knopped columns with shell and scroll device, raised on serpentine outlined square domed bases bearing a wild cat crest for the Sutherland family, London 1759 by William Cafe, 25cm (9 3/4in) high, 42 troy oz gross weight

34.     A pair of similar George III cast silver table candlesticks with removable drip pans, the knopped columns with shell and scroll device, raised on serpentine outlined square, domed bases, London 1757 by William Cafe, 26cm (10 1/4in) high, 41 troy oz gross weight£1500-2000
35.     An early 20th century Russian tea glass holder with pierced and niello decoration, in the form of a mountain range bearing monogram, together with a Russian silver pedestal dish with beaded and anthemion borders, raised on three scroll feet, maker not found, 7 troy oz gross weight£100-150
36.     A Victorian silver mounted presentation claret ewer, the body acid painted with amorini and musicians with neoclassical settings, the silver and gilt mount with embossed dinner bands, the flattened dome cover with pierced thumb piece and beaded loop handle, the cover bearing the dedication inscription, 'Lt. Col. P.C. Glyn Rifle Brigadier from HRH The Duke of Connaught Oct 1875', London 1875 by William Edwards, 26cm (10 1/4in) high£1000-1500
37.     A matched heavy silver part canteen of King's pattern flatware, to include fourteen table forks, ten table spoons, seven dessert forks, six dessert spoons, mixed dates by makers including Mary Chawner, William Eley and others, all bearing the Sutherland crest, 102 troy oz gross weight£1500-2000
38.     A collection of silver handled tea knives and forks and fish knives and forks, together with mother-of-pearl handled knives and forks£100-150
39.     A late Victorian cast silver faced easel mirror, with ebonised ground and pierced easel support, the silver applique cast with 18th century gentleman, bird, rat, squirrel and scrolling foliage, London 1885 by William Comyns, 29cm (11 1/4in) wide x 36cm (14in) high
40.     A collection of five silver and one white metal napkin rings, of mixed design (6)£100-150
41.     A 20th century heavy silver rectangular cigarette box with slightly domed cover, bearing an intertwined monogram, London 1910 by Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company, 20.5 cm (8 in) weight loaded£100-150
42.     A mid 19th century silver standard bowl, pierced acanthus with cast fruiting vine rim, raised on cast, pierced stem and raised platform foot with scroll edge, London 1854, Maker: Edward and John Barnard, crested and monogrammed, weight approximately 12 troy oz (missing glass liner), 17 cm (6 3/4 in) high£300-500
43.     A late 19th/early 20th century French silver four piece tea/coffee set, bound reed and laurel decoration, pineapple finials, wooden handles, comprising tea pot, coffee pot, milk jug, and covered sucrier, approximately 60 troy oz£600-800
44.     A heavy silver French lidded tureen, of oval form, with cast acanthus handle/finial and two handles, approximately 46 troy oz£400-600
45.     A pair of Edwardian silver pepperettes of Georgian form, London 1904, by Mappin and Webb, approximately 4 troy oz, 10 cm (4 in) high, together with a pair of Christofle sugar nips£80-100
46.     A late Victorian silver chalice and paten, tapering bowl on knopped stem and circular platform foot, Birmingham 1889, made by Israel Sigmund Greenberg, approx 10 troy oz, chalice 15cm (6in) high£100-150
47.     A Sampson Mordan silver bud vase, London 1903, together with a Sampson Mordan photograph frame and a velvet mounted easel frame£100-150
48.     A Victorian silver three-piece bachelor's tea set, of oval fluted form, by William Neale, Chester 1896, weight approximately 14 troy oz.£120-150
49.     A late Victorian silver plated sugar bowl, in the form of a coal bucket with shovel, a cased set of twelve French plated table forks and cased spoons, a milk jug and matching sugar bowl, a gravy boat and cushion form entrée dish and cover£100-150
50.     A collection of mostly 19th century silver plated wares, to include pie dish and liner, entrée dishes and covers, ten pot sucres and other items£100-150
51.     A pair of George III Old Sheffield plated oval meat platters, with applied scroll and gadrooned edge, each bearing armorial crest and the legend 'Dawn Time', 46cm (18in) wide£300-400
52.     A pair of Victorian silver plated chambersticks with snuffers£60-90
53.     A C H Brannam pottery vase, three applied scrolling handles to the neck, carved floral decoration in the aesthetic taste, incised to base '1896', 31 cm (12 1/4 in)£120-150
54.     A pair of Victorian continental porcelain figural displays, housed under glass domes, 52cm (20 1/2in) £100-150
55.     A Victorian continental porcelain figure group, of a gentleman and lady on a donkey cart, under a glass dome, 41cm (16in) wide£100-150
56.     A continental white bisque porcelain bust study of a gentleman with flowing locks and sideburns, raised on a vitro porcelain socle, 32 cm (12 1/2 in) high£100-150
57.     A Clarice Cliff Bizarre Blue Chintz trefoil nut dish, with chromium plated handle, back stamps to base£70-100
58.     A Clarice Cliff sparrow beak cream jug, with triangular lug handle, together with a waisted pepperette of the same pattern, 6.5 cm (2 3/4 in) high the jug£70-100
59.     A Clarice Cliffe Bizarre Blue Chintz urn form biscuit barrel, with chromium plated fitting, back stamp over former factory mark to base, 16 cm (6 1/4 in) high, the body£60-100
60.     An oval hand painted porcelain plaque, by Milwyn Holloway (Ex Royal Worcester), painted with a riverscape with watering cattle, pack bridge and figure, signed M. Holloway, bearing factory marks for The Fine Art Ceramic Painting Company, panel 22 cm (8 1/2 in) long£200-300
61.     An oval hand painted porcelain plaque, by Milwyn Holloway (Ex Royal Worcester), painted with sheep drovers on a lane near thatched and timber cottages, bearing factory marks for The Fine Art Ceramic Painting Company, the panel 22 cm (8 1/2 in) long£200-300
62.     A pair of Doulton Lambeth mallet form stoneware vases, by Hannah Barlow, each with beaded border, the main ground sgraffito worked with sheep and rams grazing each bearing inscribed marks for Hannah Barlow, 32 cm ( 12 1/4 in) high£800-1200
63.     A Doulton Lambeth baluster form stoneware vase, by Hannah Barlow, decorated with moulded Arabesque collar and foot ring, the central band sgraffito worked ponies, donkeys and cattle, pig in landscape, bearing incised marks for Hannah Barlow to base, 26 cm (10 1/4 in) high£400-600
64.     A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware baluster vases with lug handles, by Florence E Barlow and decorator's assistant Arthur Beere, decorated with perched finches in pâte sur pâte, on a matted ground within Arabesque incised borders, bearing incised marks for Florence E Barlow and Arthur Beere, 28 cm (11 in) high£800-1200
65.     A Doulton Lambeth stoneware mallet form vase, by Hannah Barlow, the neck with deeply incised Arabesques above a band sgraffito worked with hay cart, heavy horses and cow and calf, bearing incised marks for Hannah Barlow to base, 30 cm (12 in) high
66.     A Doulton Lambeth mounted oil lamp, with twisted column support, the stoneware domed foot and reservoir body with incised stiff leafage decoration, the Hinks duplex burner with blown chimney and globe diffuser, 71 cm (28 in)
67.     A Doulton Lambeth stoneware mounted pedestal oil lamp, with bobbin column, the reservoir body and lower base with beaded strap work and forget-me-not flower head incised detail, the Hinks Duplex burner fitted with drawn glass chimney and flared graduated glass diffuser, 69 cm (27 in) high£500-700
68.     A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware candlesticks, of medieval design, with incised scroll work to the annulated body, each raised on a square sub-base, with pelican supports, unidentified artist's mark to base, 22 cm (8 3/4 in) high£200-300
69.     A Doulton Lambeth stoneware globular form vase with flared rim, by Louisa J. Davis, decorated with incised scrolling beaded decoration, raised on stylised owl supports, bearing incised artist's marks to base, 16 cm (6 1/4 in)£100-150
70.     A hand modelled limited edition terracotta figure of a potter, he sits throwing a pot deep in concentration, this series thought to be a very limited edition of only 12 of which this figure is No 7, the models were conceived and designed and then precisely hand modelled by Peggy Davis, bearing inscribed signature, 19 cm (7 1/2 in)
Note: This figure is thought to represent a young Josiah Wedgwood at his first wheel£200-300
70A.    A pair of Moore Bros white porcelain figural table centres, in the form of Arabs on pannier laden camels with parcel gilt and typical shot silk Christmas cactus detail, impressed marks to the base, 30 cm (12 in) high£400-500
71.     A very large Royal Worcester two handle urn and cover, No 1572, the ivory ground painted with flowers in the manner of Edward Raby, bearing puce mark to base and dated 1896, dot marked, 46 cm (18 in) high£800-1200
72.     A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware bottle vases, by Hannah Barlow, sgraffito decorated with a central band of geese, donkeys and a young girl and her dog, bordered with beaded and incised decoration, the slender necks with everted rim and pedestal foot, bearing the incised artist's mark for Hannah Barlow to the base, 25 cm ( 9 3/4 in)£400-600
73.     A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware baluster vases, with beaded and incised arabesques, with Star of Bethlehem flower head motif, bearing the incised artist's mark for John Eyre, 23.5 cm (9 1/2 in) high£100-150
74.     A Doulton Lambeth stoneware slender bottle form ewer, by Hannah Barlow, with trumpet mouth, the body with beaded and sgraffito worked panels of a labrador dog and a domestic cat on a branch, fitted a fine loop handle, 30 cm (12 in) high, bearing an incised artist's mark for Hannah Barlow to the base£250-300
75.     A Doulton Lambeth stoneware moon flask vase, by Hannah Barlow, with beaded and moulded borders and sgraffito panels of Dartmoor ponies, raised on spreading foot, bearing the incised artist's mark for Hannah Barlow to the base, 23 cm (9 in) high£200-300
76.     A pair of Doulton Lambeth stoneware counter top match holders, decorated with a band of deeply moulded and raised diamond motif, probably bearing the artist's mark for Arthur Barlow, 9 cm (3 1/2 in) diameter, together with a Doulton Lambeth cream jug£80-100
77.     A Doulton Lambeth stoneware bottle form vase, by Arthur Barlow, with deep moulded diaper and anthemion decoration and floral crenulated mouth, bearing artist's mark for Arthur Barlow to base, 18 cm (7 in) high£100-150
78.     A Royal Doulton archives Sanming Dragon limited edition 21/125 flambe vase, produced for 2000 the year of the dragon, mounted on carved wood stand, 38 cm (15 in) high the vase£400-600
79.     Three late 19th century Hamm decorated Dresden dessert plates, the serpentine outlined plates gilded with cartouche and net borders, the sole bearing a monogram, possibly SWH, bearing the Lamm mark and No 114 to base, 25.5 cm (10 in)£150-200
80.     A late 19th century, probably Parisian, smear glazed bisque porcelain figure group of classical muses, one stands with an amphora, another with a flaming brazier warming her hands, both painted in colours, bearing the legend to the base 'Exposition de Vienne 1873 (Autriche)' and lilac, the highest 42 cm (16 1/2 in) £200-300
81.     A small collection of 19th century Paris porcelain cabaret tea wares, and other ceramics£60-80
82.     A late 19th century Meissen part dinner service, hand painted in the Deutscher Blumen pattern with gilded rims, bearing blue crossed swords factory mark with Hausmalia cancellation marks, comprising:-
A pair of oval serving dishes, 46cm (18in),
A pair of oval serving dishes, 40cm (15 3/4in),
A pair of sauce tureens with covers on integral stands,
A pair of square form bowls, 22cm (8 3/4in),
A large oval tureen with cover,
A medium size oval tureen with cover,
A circular tureen with cover,
A pair of circular shallow serving bowls, 34cm (13 1/2in) diameter
A circular shallow serving bowl, 30cm (12in) diameter
A small circular serving bowl, 20cm (8in) diameter
Forty two plates, 24cm (9 1/2in) diameter
Fifteen plates, 21cm (8 1/4in) diameter
Twenty two rimmed bowls, 23cm (9in) diameter£4000-6000
83.     A collection of 19th century Staffordshire figures, including Jupiter, a pair of figures with hoops, a boy with beehives and a girl in a crinoline (5)£80-120
84.     Two Royal Doulton series ware plates, The Night Watchman, D3190, 24 cm (9 1/2 in) diameter£80-100
85.     A set of four Wedgwood plates, Outlines of Grandeur, designed by Laurence Whistler, c1955-56, 26 cm (10 in) diameter£120-150
86.     A quantity of Studio ceramics, in the early Far Eastern tradition, includes vase, bowl, saki pot, etc£80-120
87.     A Capodimonte panel, enamelled polychrome in relief, classical battle scene in landscape, 11 x 27 cm (4 1/4 x 10 3/4 in), ebonised frame, together with two similar panels, with battle scene and cherubs, glazed crowned N factory mark verso, 12.5 x 20 cm (5 x 8 in)£100-150
88.     A collection of Capodimonte wares, includes three hinged lid boxes, with relief polychrome decoration, includes cherubs amidst vines, a chocolate cup and cover with stand, and a table box with loose cover, cherub supports (5)£100-150
89.     A pair of Royal Doulton Slater's patent earthenware baluster vases, with beaded and floral decoration on a sage green ground, 23 cm (9 in) high, a George Jones majolica vase, pottery jardiniere and stand, one other stand, wash bowls and jugs, blue and white tureen etc£100-150
90.     A quantity of Carlton ware moulded table ceramics, includes jug, condiment set, etc£80-120
91.     A late 19th century Royal Doulton blue glazed stoneware baluster vase, decorated with neo-classical decoration and portrait medallions, 31cm (12in) high£70-90
92.     A collection of ten Royal Doulton porcelain figures of ladies, to include The Bedtime Story, HN2059, Bedtime, HN1978, Dinky Do, HN1678 and others (10)£150-200
93.     A Chinese blue and white porcelain ovoid jar, painted in underglaze cobalt scenes of figures in a formal garden, bearing double veneration ring marks to base£100-150
94.     A Japanese Taisho/Showa period yellow ground Meissen cloisonne vase, decorated with a pink rose in full bloom with white metal collar and foot rim, 23 cm (9 in) high
95.     A pair of Chinese Qianlong famille rose porcelain gravy boats, with moulded bodies and loop handles, decorated with mixed cut blooms, 18 cm (7 in) long£100-150
96.     An early 18th century Chinese Imari porcelain bowl, with rock garden decoration in the Imari palette, 26 cm (10 in)£150-250
97.     A small collection of 18th century oriental ceramics for restoration, including wine pots bowl and vase£100-150
98.     A Japanese Meiji period mixed metal urn of pedestal form, inset with finches and peony, fitted a pair of Kylin handles, 37 cm (15 in)£100-150
99.     A Japanese Taisho period rouge enamel lotus form vase, with simple subtle scenes of finches in flight, 19 cm (7 1/2 in) high£100-150
100.    A Japanese Meiji Satsuma saucer, painted with panels with multiple figures, together with one other, 13 cm (5 in) diameter£70-80
101.    A Chinese Kang Hsi style famille verte baluster form jardiniere, decorated with shaped floral panels on a gross blue background£200-300
102.    A 20th century Chinese rouleau form famille rose porcelain vase, painted with mountain and river landscapes with figures fishing, also bearing text panels and a red mark in seal to the base, 26 cm (10 in) high£100-150
103.    A pair of 20th century Chinese circular famille rose porcelain plates, decorated with ladies in a garden with text panels, within a floral border, bearing seal mark to base, 24 cm (9 1/2 in) diameter£100-150
104.    A Chinese famille rose porcelain circular plate, decorated with boys playing on a ground with huge hanging plums, bearing the mark in seal for Tongzhi (mark and period)£150-200
105.    A 20th century Chinese blue and white porcelain bottle form vase, painted with open mountain landscapes with buildings, figures and trees, 29 cm (11 1/4 in) high£120-150
106.    A Japanese Hirado style blue and white porcelain bottle form vase, decorated with a profusion of blooms and leaves, bearing extensive character marks to base, 15 cm (9 3/4 in) high£100-150
107.    A Chinese 18th century blue and white porcelain meat plate, of canted rectangular form, painted with summer blooms with a cell and millet border, 34 cm (13 1/2 in) long£120-150
108.    A Chinese early Ming dynasty celadon charger, with ribbed body, peony motif to the socle within a serpentine rim, 30 cm (12 in) diameter£300-400
109.    A 19th century Chinese Canton enamelled famille rose rice bowl, cover and stand, painted with scenes of officials, sage and courtiers in formal settings, 20 cm (8 in) diameter, fitted entwined strap handles and pineapple finial£150-200
110.    A pair of Japanese, late Meiji Satsuma vases of baluster form, each fitted with gilt elephant head handles, painted throughout with numerous samurai/bijin, sages, Kannon, all in wooded river landscapes, bordered by gilt multi-cell borders, bearing a mark in seal for Hotoda Zo£400-500
111.    A Japanese Meiji period rectangular lidded Satsuma table box and cover, painted with figures, entertainers, bijin, children and samurai throughout, within chrysanthemum and cell and key borders, bearing a red seal mark for Ryozan, 18.5 cm (7 1/4 in)£1200-1500
112.    A Japanese Meiji Satsuma pierced basket form cricket cage and cover, by Kinkozan of Kyoto, the body painted with a profusion of flower heads, bearing Kinkozan trade label to base£800-1000
113.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma baluster form censer of square section, painted with mountain shrines with torii gates, figures and panels of waring Samurai and other scenes, the body with a pair of gilt lion's mask handles and a gilt bronze pierced dome cover, bearing a black seal mark for Yabe Gyokuzan to the base, 16 cm (6 1/2 in)£800-1000
114.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma globular vase, painted with resting Samurai and an elderly lady taking tea with a young baby on her lap whilst served by her attendants, the figural panels on a ground painted with many stands of bamboo, mounted on its own turned and pierced hardwood stand, 16 cm (6 1/4 in)
Provenance: Spinks Satsuma Exhibition 1992£800-1000
115.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma urn form koro, with pierced domed cover painted with phoenix beneath a maple tree, the cover with gilt karakussa detail, bearing inscription and red ground seal mark for Kinkozan, 15 cm (6 in)£1000-1200
116.    A pair of Japanese Meiji period Satsuma ovoid vases, painted with an official mounted on his horse with his entourage with travelling chest banners and accompanying guards, framed within raised gilt dragon borders and the ground painted with many chrysanthemum heads, bearing Shimazu mark and black ground seal for Motodani, 20 cm (8 in)£500-800
117.    *A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma vase, of square form, with painted panels depicting a Gion Festival and other scenes of roosting finches and figures in landscapes, bearing a red seal mark for Kinkozan, 25 cm ( 9 3/4 in) high£1000-1500
118.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma petal edge bowl, painted with fan shaped panels filled with geisha, white cranes flowering shrubs, the underside also with peony decoration and shaped black seal mark for Ryokuzan Zo, 15 cm (6 in) diameter£600-800
119.    A pair of Japanese Meiji period Satsuma waisted cylinder vases, painted with a column of female courtiers and children shaded by their accompanying attendants, bearing a red seal mark for Kizan No Zo, 19 cm (7 1/2 in)£1000-1200
120.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma rectangular miniature lidded box, painted with a scene of a bijin kneeling, three Samurai one wearing a travelling kasa hat, the interior painted with children at play, bearing a seal mark for Kaizan Sei, 7 x 4.5 cm (2 3/4 x 1 3/4 in)£400-600
121.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma miniature two handled koro, with puzzle ball finial and chord detail, the body painted with panoramic river scene with vessels and fishermen, raised on elephant head supports, bearing a seal mark for Yabu Meizan, 12 cm ( 4 3/4 in)£600-800
122.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma miniature double gourd vase and cover, painted with fishermen and people harvesting fruit, bearing seal mark for Meizan Sei, 8 cm (3 1/4 in) high£300-500
123.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma Meiping vase, painted with a Tokugawa feudal lords procession with guards, bearers and attendants, 20 cm (8 in) high£300-500
124.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma gourd form vase, painted with figures near buildings beneath maple trees and a river bank, with faux bamboo collar, foot ring and diaper border, bearing red seal mark for Kizan No Zo, 19 cm (7 1/2 in)£400-600
125.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma square section ovoid miniature vase, with slender neck and flared spreading foot, painted with alternating panels of pagoda in river scapes, birds and insects and other themes, bearing a two character mark to base for Gyokushu, 11 cm (4 1/4in) high£300-500
126.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma garlic form vase, fitted a pair of open fungus handles, the body painted with shaped reserves with children trying to trap song birds in a wintery landscape, bearing indistinct seal mark, possibly for Meizan Sei, to base, 12 cm (4 3/4 in)£400-500
127.    A pair of Japanese late Meiji/early Taisho period Satsuma small cylindrical vases, with entwined gilt dragon, painted with kannon and sages and offerings to the goddess, bearing black seal mark Satsuma, to the base, 13 cm (5 in) high£100-150
128.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma vase of heavy baluster form, painted with browsing and nested finches beneath hanging wisteria, bearing four character mark for Kinkozan Zo, to base, 15 cm (5 1/4 in) high£1000-1500
129.    A Japanese late Meiji period Satsuma miniature bottle vase, painted with a central band of a panoramic river scape with stilt houses and figures fishing, bearing seal mark for Ryuzan to base, 12 cm (4 3/4 in) high£300-500
130.    *A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma miniature vase, of wasted form with flared base, painted with roosters and chickens amongst flowering shrubs above a band of numerous boys at play, bearing a black seal mark for Kinzan to base, 12 cm (4 3/4 in) high
131.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma circular bowl, of plain form, painted with children and courtiers in a formal garden with cranes flying above Mount Fuji in the rear ground, bordered by floral and pinwheel motifs and the exterior with insects and lappet head decoration, bearing seal mark for Yozan to base, 18 cm (7 in) diameter£400-600
132.    A Japanese late Meiji period Satsuma miniature baluster vase, painted with panels of Geisha attendants and drum bearers, bordered by flower fitted cellular borders, bearing black seal mark for Ryozan to the base, 9 cm (3 1/2 in) high£400-500
133.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma circular bowl, of plain form, painted with a halted hunting party with hunting bows and coursing dog, within cellular borders of flowers, insects and birds to the interior and exterior, bearing black seal mark for Kozan to base, 12 cm (4 3/4 in)£400-500
134.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma scout flask, of flattened ovoid form, painted with wetland pavilion and roosting white crane within a hanging wisteria border, 8.5 cm ( 3 1/2 in) high£200-300
135.    *A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma squat jar and cover, with simulated tied cloth cover detail, painted with foraging chickens, cockerels and exotic finches in flight, the cover painted with geisha attending to an informal meal in an interior, bearing a black seal mark for Hankinzan Do to base, together with old collection labels, 8cm (3 1/4 in)£800-1200
136.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma vase, of moulded ovoid form, with alternating painted panels with concubines attending to the emperor and panels of colourful birds, flowers and mountain landscapes, bordered by a diaper and cellular framework, bearing a black seal mark for Genzan Sei Zo to base, 19 cm (7 1/2 in) high £600-800
137.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma squat lidded jar, with lion dog surmount to cover, painted in the round with a panoramic river and mountain landscape, bordered with cellular, chrysanthemum and butterfly bands, bearing a two character mark for Kinkozan to base, 14 cm (5 1/2 in) high£800-1000
138.    A Japanese Meiji period vase, of slender elongated baluster form, with flared collar and foot, painted with an extensive island landscape with ships, fishing boats and figures, bordered by bands of wisteria and many chrysanthemum heads, bearing a gilt seal mark for Yabu Meizan to base, 17 cm (6 3/4 in)£800-1200
139.    *A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma slender baluster vase, painted with a river scape with Imperial launch and other consort vessels, bordered by wrythen and lappet panels, filled with many colourful flowers, bearing red seal mark for Bizan to base 18 cm (7 1/4 in)£500-800
140.    *A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma baluster vase, painted in the round with bijin, geisha and attendants, and merchants in procession, the ladies and young girls in colourful kimonos, bordered with a gilt and enamel lappet shoulder detail and plantain leaf foot rim, bearing seal mark for Unzan, 18 cm (7 in)£500-700
141.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma Meiping form vase, painted in the round with figures strolling and taking their leisure in an extensive river and island landscape with stilt houses, bridges and Mount Fuji in the rear ground, bordered panels of many flower heads, bearing gilt seal for Bizan to the base, 16 cm (6 1/4 in)£600-800
142.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma vase, of narrowly tapering ovoid form, with painted panels of actors and musicians performing for officials in the open air in front of a Tokugawa court, the other panel with brightly coloured fowl in a rock garden, 13 cm (5 in)£500-800
143.    *A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma vase of narrowly tapering form, with a pair of elephant head handles, painted with panels of courtiers and children seated on pavilions, bordered by a surround of foliage and cellular panels, bearing a gilt seal for Yotsuhashi to base, 12 cm (4 3/4 in)£200-300
144.    *A Japanese late Meiji period Satsuma vase, of waisted conical form, painted freely on an open ground with large peonies on gilt stems, bearing gilt seal for Yabu Meizan to base, 17 cm (6 3/4 in)£600-800
145.    A very fine pair of late Meiji period exhibition standard Satsuma Meiping vases, painted in the round with a Shinto procession, with fox masked priest atop his tower, the field with many other followers with palanquin, Samurai and faithful on foot, bearing a seal mark for Koshida/Kushida to base, 22 cm (8 3/4 in) high

Note: It is probable that these vases, although made by Koshida, were decorated by Kinkozan, possibly for a trade exposition or even for a private commission. However, they are not marked for Kinkozan. It is known that Kinkozan was sometimes used to decorate special items from the Koshida workshops, also in Kyoto.£8000-10000
146.    A Japanese Meiji period Satsuma vase, of panelled octagonal baluster form, painted with a marching battalion of Samurai with banners and standards, now mounted as table lamp, 25 cm (9 3/4 in)£150-200
147.    A pair of Chinese Canton famille rose gourd vases, each with gilt deer head handles, painted with figural panels on a ground of antiques and precious objects, raised on own wooden stands, 37 cm (14 1/2 in) high£300-400
148.    A Japanese Komai ware four fold miniature table screen, with typical worked scenes of tiger, pagoda, geisha and pair of cranes above panels of many varying maple leaves, 30 cm (12 in) wide £400-600
149.    A Japanese Komai ware miniature cylindrical canister, with slightly domed cover, with pommel knop, decorated with landscapes with buildings, figures and Mount Fuji, 11 cm (4 1/4 in) high£200-300
150.    A Chinese blue and white and copper red porcelain snuff flask, of cylinder form, with button jade stopper, the body painted in the round with immortals and other figures bearing spurious six character mark to base, 12 cm (4 3/4 in)£80-120
151.    A pair of 18th century Chinese plates, cobalt blue with panels of birds, figures and flowers, 24 cm (9 1/2 in) diameter, a single 18th century Chinese plate with peony decoration, 23 cm (9 in) diameter and a globular Chinese bowl with alternate Long Eliza and floral panels, 10 cm (4 in) high£80-120
152.    A Chinese Kang Hsi Chinese Imari porcelain bowl, printed with lotus flowers and ducks, in the round, 20.5cm (8 1/4in) diameter£70-90
153.    An early to mid 20th century Japanese eggshell coffee service, comprising coffee pot with cover, milk jug, sugar bowl with cover, six coffee cups with saucers, ebonised ground with gilded Mount Fuji landscape, geisha girl portraits in the soles of the cups, visible when shown to the light£80-120
154.    A 19th century Chinese famille rose slab form censer, with pierced cash-shaped vents, painted with figures in mountainous landscapes with text panels, probably Tongzhi, 23cm (9in) long, together with a pair of Chinese pottery pent form censers with cash shaped vents and green splash glaze£100-150
155.    A Japanese Imari vase of fluted baluster form, painted in the cobalt, red palette, 25 cm ( 9 3/4 in) high, together with a pair of Imari globe and shaft vases, on Imari plate and an Imari design plate£100-150
156.    An 18th century Chinese tankard, painted in enamels, with a panel of figures in a landscape with deer, 13 cm (5 in), an Imari hexagonal vase and cover and other items of oriental ceramics£70-90
157.    A Japanese Imari charger, decorated with a gilded exotic bird in a blossom tree, 34cm (13 1/4in) diameter, together with a pair of Japanese blue and white plates with marine decoration 31cm (12 1/4in) diameter and a Willow pattern meat dish£80-120
158.    An 1840s Irish glass large goblet, together with two Victorian panel cut finger bowls, the glass 24cm (9 1/2in) high£80-100
159.    A pair of 19th century stained and leaded rectangular panels, with narrative scenes of young lovers discovered as her companion takes refuge from his sweetheart's mother under the bed, the next scene shows the daughter forced to domestic drudgery in punishment for her liaison£300-400
160.    An early 20th century Italian striped vaseline and clear glass floor standing epergne of massive proportion, raised in a bronze collared high domed foot, possibly Murano, 137cm (34in) high £300-500
161.    A massive Victorian gilt bronze figural table centre epergne with single flute, the circular socle bone mounted with an emu in a rustic landscape, bearing a dated presentation inscription for 1884, possibly by Elkington & Co. of Birmingham, 96cm (37 3/4 in) high
162.    A decanter with silver collar, Birmingham 1828, stamped Asprey London, together with a large plain claret decanter and a quantity of decanters and extra loose stoppers£80-100
163.    An early 20th century soda glass vase, with cranberry fruiting vine decoration, 38 cm (15 in) high, an oil lamp with cranberry glass shade, three lily vases of varying height, a trumpet vase, three Georgian triple ring neck decanters with stoppers and an unusual four section decanter with cork stoppers£100-150
164.    A Victorian Cranberry and clear glass cream jug and sugar basin, with milk glass trailed front of furnace work and clear glass details£70-90
165.    A 20th century gilded glass bowl, moulded with abstract (possibly animal print designs), 30cm (12in) diameter£80-120
166.    Lawrence, Louis, Satsuma: Masterpieces from the World's Important Collections, in gilt slip case within brown card presentation box, Dauphin Publishing, 1991, together with one other volume by the same author, Satsuma: The Romance of Japan, 2011 (2)£100-120
167.    Heylyn, P, A Help to English History, containing A Succession of all the Kings of England...., London 1680, with final advertisement leaf, two manuscript leaves headed 'Barons of England' inserted between pages 564 and 565 and annotations throughout, rebound in late 18th century vellum

Note: the annotations in the text are reputedly by Sir Isaac Heard, Garter King of Arms (1730-1822)£100-150
168.    Bertram Park (1883-1972)
A standing female nude on a sand dune
bromide print, signed in pencil on the mount, with Park's label verso
unframed, 37 x 27 cm (14 1/2 x 10 1/2 in)£70-100
169.    Brickhill, Paul, Reach for the Sky, The Story of Douglas Bader DSO DFC, signed by Bader on the front free end paper, dust jacket, first edition, Collins 1954£100-150
170.    Chiang Yee, The Silent Traveller in Dublin, inscribed and dedicated by the author on front free end paper, dust jacket, first edition, Methuen 1953, together with The Silent Traveller in Paris, also inscribed and dedicated by the author, dust jacket, first edition, Methuen 1956, and nine others by the same author, all in dust jackets, some first editions (11)£80-120
171.    Durand, Ralph, Oxford its Buildings and Gardens, illustrated after William A Wildman, London, 1904, decorative board binding, together with other volumes on Oxford (5)£70-90
172.    Kauffman, Henry J, The Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle, The Stackpole Company, Harrisburg PA, first edition, 1960, illustrated, together with miscellaneous books including American interest£70-90
173.    Steve Brunson, a large colour underwater photograph of a dolphin, signed and numbered 1/500 lower right, 119 x 95 cm (47 x 37 1/2 in)£70-100
174.    Vas Dias, Robert, Ribbed Vision: A Poem, New York, 1963, limited numbered edition 97 of 150, signed by the poet and by the illustrator Jack Bosson, each lithograph also signed in pencil by the illustrator, black laced boards, together with other volumes including Iron Men and Wooden Ships - Deep Sea Chanties, illustrated, New York, 1926, Polly, illustrated by William Nicholson, limited edition, signed, 1923 (6)£80-120
175.    Bryant, Arthur, Historian's Holiday, limited edition no 4 of 25 signed copies, The Dropmore Press, Queen Victoria by Richard R Holmes, 1897, gilt tooled leather binding, Annals of the Road by Captain Malet, 1876, Memoirs of John Mytton by Nimrod, Two Dialogues by Margaret Pollock, 1929, and Wrought Iron and its Decorative Use by Maxwell Ayrton and Arnold Silcock, Country Life, 1929 (6)
176.    William Collins RA (1788-1847) and William Ward ARA (1766-1826)
'Cromer' and 'Boys Fishing'
etchings with aquatint and mezzotint
plate size 28.5 x 33 cm (11 1/4 x 13 in)
together with an etching of Hardwick Hall by A. Brunet-Debaines after David Cox, a portrait of John Shelly by C. Turner after E. U. Eddis and four other prints (8)£70-100
177.    T. Kearnan (19th century), after Sir Charles Barry
'New Houses of Parliament - View of the adopted design as the building would appear from the Surrey end of Westminster Bridge'
engraving with hand colouring, published 1836 by J. Francis
13 x 25 cm (5 x 9 3/4 in)
together with two coloured aquatints of Westminster School by J. Bluck and J. C. Stadler after A. Pugin senior (3)£70-100
178.    After Willem Jansz. Blaeu (1571-1638), Palatinatus Bavariae, hand-coloured map, with French text verso, 38 x 49.5 cm (15 x 19 1/2 in)£100-150
179.    Jan Saenredam (Dutch, 1565-1607), after Lucas van Leyden
David with the head of Goliath
engraving, image and text in reverse
unframed, 27.5 x 19 cm (10 3/4 x 7 1/4 in)
180.    Albrecht Dürer (German, 1471-1528)
St Jerome in his study
unframed, 25 x 19 cm (9 3/4 x 7 1/2 in)
181.    Willem and Jan Blaeu, Comitatus Northentonensis vernacule Northampton Shire, hand-coloured map, 39 x 51 cm (15 1/4 x 20 in), together with 'The Continuation of the Road from London to Holy-head' by John Ogilby, Plate 4, and a section of an Ordnance Survey map of Bedford (3)£80-120
182.    Peltro William Tomkins (1760-1840) and Thomas Burke (1749-1815), after Angelica Kauffman RA
Sylvia overseen by Daphne; and Una and the Lion
two stipple engravings, published 1787 by S. Vivares and 1783 by T. Birchall
unframed, oval, 33 x 26 cm (13 x 10 in)£70-100
183.    Gerald Leslie Brockhurst RA (1890-1978)
etching, signed in pencil lower right, signed and with Print Collectors' Club monogram in the plate
unframed, 11 x 10.5 cm (4 1/4 x 4 1/8 in)
184.    Auguste Blanchard (1819-1898), after Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema
'The Vintage Festival, Ancient Rome'
engraving, published 1873 by Pilgeram & Lefevre
37 x 86 cm (14 1/2 x 34 in)

Provenance: Sir Henry and Lady Dashwood; Dun's Tew Manor£100-150
185.    Peter Partington (b. 1941)
'Shelduck' and 'Goldeneye'
two limited edition drypoints in colour, both signed and numbered in pencil
18.5 x 28 cm (7 1/4 x 11 in)
together with three smaller colour drypoints by the same hand, a watercolour by Ron Clapham and an embroidered picture (7)£70-100
186.    French school, 19th century, probably after Jacques-Louis David
A portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte
lithograph in colours
8 x 6 cm (3 x 2 1/2 in)£70-100
187.    Boris O'Klein (French, 1893-1985)
'Comme nos maîtres' and nine other prints from the 'Dirty Dogs of Paris' series
hand-coloured etchings with aquatint, all signed and inscribed in pencil
16.5 x 47.5 cm (6 1/2 x 18 1/2 in) (10)
188.    Utagawa Hiroshige (Hiroshige Ando, Japanese, 1797-1858)
The Harbour Shrine and Inari Bridge at Teppozu
woodblock print in colours, from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo
34 x 22.5 cm (13 1/2 x 9 in)£300-400
189.    Utagawa Hiroshige (Hiroshige Ando, Japanese, 1797-1858)
Hatsune Riding Ground at Bakurocho
woodblock print in colours, from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo
33.5 x 22 cm (13 1/4 x 8 1/2 in) £300-400
190.    Edward Gilbert Hester (c. 1843-1903), after Cecil Aldin
A boxer puppy
etching, signed in pencil by both Aldin and the engraver, published 1899 by Thos. McLean
43 x 34 cm (17 x 13 1/2 in)
together with an engraving of 'Dignity and Impudence' by George Zobel after Sir Edwin Landseer (2)£100-150
191.    Rachel Anne Grigor (b. 1960)
'Angel of the Loch', 'The Kite' and 'Spring Child'
three etchings with aquatint in colour, all signed, numbered, inscribed and dated
the largest 45 x 56 cm (17 1/2 x 22 in) together with
Henry Hulsbergh (early 18th century), after Colen Campbell and Inigo Jones
'The Great Gate as you enter to Wilton'
engraving, from Vitruvius Britannicus
25 x 37 cm (9 3/4 x 14 1/2 in)
and other prints
192.    J. G. Schreiber, Gros Brittanien, oder Engelland, Schottland und Irrland, a hand-coloured 18th century map, unframed, 16 x 23.5 cm (6 1/4 x 9 1/4 in), together with The World on Mercator's Projection, 19th century, published by J. & F. Tallis, a Japanese woodblock print by Sadanobu, an etching by Thomas Rowlandson and a wood engraving by Thomas Bewick, all unframed (5)£100-150
193.    Pieter Soutman (Dutch, 1580-1657), after Sir Peter Paul Rubens
Silenum Patrem, Bacchi nutritium, Ventricosum temulentum, inter Satyras libidines spumantem, tabella haec exhibet ('The Drunken Silenus')
etching, dated 1642 in the plate
45 x 49 cm (17 1/2 x 19 1/4 in)£100-150
194.    Anonymous lithographer, early 19th century
'Effects of the Rail Road on the Brute Creation', published 1831 by John Townsend
two lithographs
27 x 36 cm (10 1/2 x 14 in) and 31 x 45 cm (12 x 17 1/2 in)£70-100
195.    Bernard Buffet (French, 1928-1999)
Notre Dame
lithograph in colours, signed and dated '68 in the plate
56 x 45 cm (22 x 17 1/2 in)£100-150
196.    J. Simson (18th century), after Jeremiah Meyer (1735-1789)
'George the Third, King of Great Britain, &c, &c, &c'
reverse glass print, published 1761
36 x 26 cm (14 x 10 in)
together with two others, 'The Lady Carlteret' [sic] by J. Smith and 'Her Grace the Duchess of Mountague' [sic] (3)£120-180
197.    After Archibald Thorburn (1860-1935)
Three pairs of chromolithographs of British game birds
18 x 25 cm (7 x 9 3/4 in) and smaller
together with a set of three chromolithographs entitled 'Grouse Driving' after Charles Whymper (9)£60-80
198.    E. Piper (late 19th/early 20th century)
'Norman Crypt, York Minster' and four other views of York
etchings, signed in pencil to the margin, published 1894 by Richard Jackson, Leeds
16.5 x 24 cm (6 1/2 x 9 1/2 in)
199.    Attributed to Alexander Chisholm (Scottish, 1792-1847)
Study of an old lady, seated, wearing a shawl and a bonnet
pencil, signed with initials and dated 1818 lower right
19 x 17 cm (7 1/2 x 6 1/2 in)
together with other drawings and watercolours

Note: a label on the frame of the portrait study identifies the sitter as Elizabeth Leishman, born 1772 (which seems unlikely), died 1846. Another inscription describes her as 'Vaughan's great-grandmother' [Vaughan being Vaughan Harley]
200.    Primrose Harley (1908-1978)
The Pied Piper of Hamlin
pen and ink and watercolour, signed lower right
unframed, 28 x 46 cm (11 x 18 in)£120-180
201.    Primrose Harley (1908-1978)
'May day revels'
pen and ink and watercolour, signed lower left, the mount inscribed with title
unframed, 25 x 39.5 cm (10 x 15 1/2 in)£80-120
202.    Primrose Harley (1908-1978)
An illustration for 'The Red Shoes', by Hans Christian Andersen
watercolour, signed lower left, the mount inscribed verso with title
unframed, 33 x 28 cm (13 x 11 in)£120-180
203.    Primrose Harley (1908-1978)
An illustration for 'The Witch', a poem by Walter de la Mare
pen and ink and watercolour, the mount inscribed verso with title
unframed, 33 x 23 cm (13 x 9 in)£150-250
204.    Primrose Harley (1908-1978)
'Night coming into a garden'
watercolour and bodycolour heightened with white, on grey paper, the mount inscribed below the image
unframed, 19 x 12.5 cm (7 1/2 x 5 in)
together with an unframed watercolour of young ladies dancing below a tree (2)£80-120
205.    Primrose Harley (1908-1978)
A chapter heading and a tailpiece, the first the facade of 'The Midnight Shop', the second with the caption 'The World took the golden sovereign and flew out of the shop'
watercolour and bodycolour, one signed lower right, the other signed with initials within the image, both inscribed in pencil
unframed, 8 x 17 cm (3 x 6 1/2 in) and 14 x 16 cm (5 1/2 x 6 1/4 in)
together with three designs for a reredos and a number of other designs£150-200
206.    Primrose Harley (1908-1978)
A study of a camellia
watercolour, signed lower right
mounted but unframed, 22 x 23 cm (8 1/2 x 9 in)
together with ten similar studies, all unmounted, and a group of monochrome studies and designs£70-100
207.    Sir James Charles Harris KCVO Hon RI (1831-1904)
A back street in Aigle
watercolour, signed in monogram and inscribed 'Aigle Sep 5 1900'
24 x 14 cm (9 1/2 x 5 1/2 in)
together with six other watercolours by the same hand (7)

Note: Sir James Harris was British consul at Nice from 1884 to 1901. A pupil of one of the Rowbothams, he was a founding member and Secretary of the Société des Beaux-Arts de Nice.£150-250
209.    English school, 19th century, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
A portrait miniature of Dorothy, Lady Spencer, later Countess of Sunderland (1617-1684)
watercolour heightened with bodycolour
oval, 9 x 7 cm (3 1/2 x 2 3/4 in), in an ebonised frame with gilt slip and floriated suspensory loop

Note: after the original at Chatsworth£80-100
210.    Richard Simkin (1840-1926)
Two officers of the 18th Hussars
watercolour and bodycolour heightened with white on buff paper, signed and dated '81 lower right
15.5 x 14 cm (6 x 5 1/2 in)
211.    Hugh Clifford-Wing (20th century)
The Houses of Parliament from the River Thames, a design for a mural in Conservative Party Headquarters in Smith Square
grey wash and pencil on board, the curtains and skirting in watercolour, inscribed upper left 'Suggested Mural for Room A' and 'Curtains to draw as far as Radiators only / H. C-Wing / 25/7/63', further inscribed verso
unframed, 38 x 54 cm (15 x 21 in)£70-100
212.    Attributed to James Harris of Swansea (1810-1887)
Fishing boats of the Swansea fleet, a storm approaching
pencil and watercolour heightened with white, signed 'Harris' and dated '74 lower left
18.5 x 35.5 cm (7 1/4 x 14 in)£200-300
213.    R. S. (20th century)
Portrait of a young man
pastel, signed with initials lower right
39 x 24 cm (15 1/2 x 9 1/2 in)£80-120
214.    Jacob Brooks (b. 1877)
An English village
watercolour heightened with bodycolour, signed lower left
26 x 35 cm (10 x 13 1/2 in)£80-120
215.    Samuel Edmund Walker (1850-1903)
A wedding party
watercolour and bodycolour
20 x 32 cm (8 x 12 1/2 in)

Provenance: The collection of 'Mr Dowdeswell'; T. W. Clarkson, Kingston-on-Thames£80-120
216.    Fred Heathcote (exh. 1921-1923)
A church on a hill in an extensive landscape
watercolour heightened with bodycolour and scratching out, signed and dated 1907 [sic] lower left
52 x 75 cm (20 1/2 x 29 1/2 in)£120-180
217.    A. I. Noutoff (Russian, early 20th century)
A small Russian town in winter
watercolour, signed lower right
28 x 17 cm (11 x 6 1/2 in)£70-100
218.    Leopold Rivers (1850-1905)
A view at Pangbourne, Berkshire
watercolour, signed lower right
27 x 38 cm (10 1/2 x 15 in)£200-300
219.    Lucy Elizabeth Kemp-Welch RI ROI RBA RCamA (1869-1958)
Two shire horses, one grey, the other bay
watercolour heightened with bodycolour, signed lower left
44 x 53 cm (17 1/4 x 21 in)£2000-3000
220.    Frederick Harry Baines (1910-1995)
An Indian mother and child
brush and ink with black chalk, heightened with white, squared for transfer, signed lower right
50 x 39 cm (19 1/2 x 15 1/2 in)

Provenance: the vendor's uncle, who served with Baines in India and remained a friend in later life£120-180
221.    Frederick Harry Baines (1910-1995)
'Marathi Women'
gouache on grey paper, signed and dated '54 lower right, inscribed on back of frame
42 x 34 cm (16 1/2 x 13 1/2 in)

Provenance: the vendor's uncle, who served with Baines in India and remained a friend in later life£120-180
222.    Louis Philippe Boitard (French, fl. 1733-1767)
A mother and her daughter
pen, ink and watercolour, inscribed 'from the life' lower left
18 x 11 cm (7 x 4 1/2 in)

Engraved: the two figures can be seen in the crowd in Boitard's etching The Covent Garden Morning Frolick, 9 October 1747 (British Museum) (see back of frame)£150-250
223.    Louis Philippe Boitard (French, fl. 1733-1767)
A stout figure seen from behind, holding a tankard
pen, ink and watercolour
18.5 x 11 cm (7 1/4 x 4 1/4 in)£150-250
224.    William Callow RWS (1812-1908)
'Campo di Gaetano, Venice'
pencil, signed, inscribed with title and dated May 11 1880 lower left
31 x 23 cm (12 x 9 in)£300-500
225.    H. Polhill Chambers (early 20th century)
Study of the head of an Alsatian-like dog
watercolour and bodycolour on grey paper, with artist's label verso
24 x 19 cm (9 1/4 x 7 1/2 in)£80-120
226.    Alexander Carruthers Gould RBA (1870-after 1940)
Figures by a stone bridge in a bleak landscape
watercolour and bodycolour, signed 'Alec Carruthers Gould' and dated '10.2.20' in margin lower left
17 x 23 cm (6 1/2 x 9 in)
227.    Samuel Cook NWS (1806-1859)
Two beached ships with figures, possibly at Plymouth
pencil and sepia wash
23 x 42 cm (9 x 16 1/2 in)
together with a view of a Continental town by a follower of Samuel Prout (2)

Provenance (Cook): Fry Gallery, London£80-120
228.    Edgar Giberne (fl. 1880-1888)
A girl feeding an apple to a pony in a farmyard
watercolour and bodycolour, signed lower right
41 x 69 cm (16 x 27 in)£300-500
229.    Alexander Charles-Jones (b. 1969)
A huntsman on a tired horse
watercolour, signed and dated 1973 lower right
39 x 53 cm (15 1/2 x 20 1/2 in)
together with two humorous limited edition prints after the same hand, 'The Cock Shoot' and 'The Stag Party' (3)£80-120
230.    Alexander Davidson RSW (1838-1897)
A rocky gorge
watercolour, signed with initials lower left
13 x 27 cm (5 x 10 1/2 in)
together with watercolours by 'C. B.', H. T. Rees and one other hand (4)£70-100
231.    English school, 20th century
Tower Bridge and the River Thames
watercolour on buff paper
25 x 37 cm (10 x 14 1/2 in)
together with two other marine watercolours (3)£70-100
232.    Arthur Rackham RWS (1867-1939)
Two red squirrels in a tree
pen, ink and wash on buff paper, signed lower left, two labels verso
8 x 15 cm (3 x 6 in)

Exhibited: The Leicester Galleries, London, July 1911, no. 45
Provenance: bought in the exhibition by Miss Burdon Muller; thence by descent£800-1200
233.    William Heath Robinson (1872-1944)
A stork and a toad, an illustration for The Marsh King's Daughter by Hans Christian Andersen
pen and black ink, signed with initials lower right
36 x 27 cm (14 x 10 3/4 in)£400-600
234.    Colin Tuffrey (b. 1939)
'Oxford from Woodeaton'; and 'Oxford from Hinksey Heights'
two watercolours, one signed lower right, both signed and dated (1999 and 2001) on artist's labels verso
31 x 75 cm (12 x 29 1/2 in) and 28 x 74 cm (11 x 29 in)

Provenance: Craftsmen's Gallery, Woodstock£100-150
235.    Colin Tuffrey (b. 1939)
'The Red Dress' (Oxford from Elsfield Hill)
watercolour, signed and dated 2003 lower right
29 x 50 cm (1 1/2 x 19 1/2 in)
together with a watercolour by William North (2)£80-120
236.    Tracy Dyke Hart (1870-?)
A Cornish cove, probably on the Lizard peninsula
watercolour heightened with bodycolour, signed lower left
17 x 35 cm (6 1/2 x 13 1/2 in)
237.    French school, early 20th century
An illuminated religious manuscript, listing the saints' days of July and depicting Sophonias and St Philip
pen and ink with watercolour, heightened with gold
24 x 18 cm (9 1/2 x 7 in)
together with two French etchings (3)£60-80
238.    John Vantright (Irish, 19th century)
Two working horses and a stable boy
black and white chalk on brown paper, signed and dated 1856 lower right
26 x 38 cm (10 x 15 in)
together with a 19th century French study of a mare and her foal (2)
239.    French school, late 19th/early 20 century
A Dragoon of the Regiment d'Orleans, 1720
watercolour over pen and ink, inscribed in French verso
28 x 19 cm (11 x 7 1/2 in)
together with four other studies of French cavalry between 1720 and 1814£120-180
240.    John Callow OWS (1822-1878)
A castle on the shore of a lake
25 x 34 cm (9 3/4 x 13 1/3 in)

Provenance: Abbott & Holder, London£100-150
241.    Richard Principal Leitch (c. 1827-1882)
A bridge over a river in a highland landscape
watercolour, signed lower right
25 x 35 cm (10 x 13 3/4 in)

Provenance: Abbott & Holder, London£70-100
242.    Sir John James Stewart (1779-1849)
A lake in a mountainous landscape
11 x 18 cm (4 1/4 x 7 in), together with
W. Schroeder (early 20th century)
'Wände eines Konferenzsaales' (four 1:50 scale room elevations on a single sheet)
pencil, signed, inscribed and dated 'Januar 1915'
43 x 39 cm (17 x 15 1/2 in) overall
and four watercolours£80-120
243.    Peter de Wint OWS (1784-1849)
A figure on a track by a cottage, with washing drying on a hedge
26 x 37 cm (10 x 14 1/2 in)

Provenance: by family descent since the 19th century£700-1000
244.    Peter de Wint OWS (1784-1849)
A figure with a jug and a basket by a mill with a duck pond
25 x 34 cm (10 x 13 1/4 in)

Provenance: by family descent since the 19th century£600-800
245.    Lancelot Speed (1860-1931)
Six costume designs - four soldiers and two naval officers
watercolour and gouache with black backgrounds, inscribed with notes, signed and inscribed with artist's address verso
unframed, 42 x 28 cm (16 1/2 x 11 in) (6)£120-180
246.    Lancelot Speed (1860-1931)
Eight costume and prop designs, including 'Net Menders', 'Yokels', 'Rustic', 'A Carter' and 'The Butler'
watercolour and gouache with black backgrounds, some inscribed, most signed and inscribed with artist's address verso
unframed, 42 x 28 cm (16 1/2 x 11 in)£150-250
247.    Lancelot Speed (1860-1931)
Four studies of young ladies in early 19th century dress, probably costume designs
watercolour and gouache with black backgrounds
unframed, 42 x 28 cm (16 1/2 x 11 in)£120-180
248.    Circle of Benjamin Barker (1776-1838)
Workmen by a river in a mountainous landscape
watercolour, in a 19th century verre églomisé frame
40 x 59 cm (16 x 23 1/2 in)£200-300
249.    Arthur E. Buss (1905-1999, Studio of Goddard & Gibbs)
A pair of large stained glass cartoons depicting the Annunciation
pencil, black wax crayon and ink, heightened with white
each 153 x 55 cm (60 x 21 1/2 in)£400-600
250.    ... Sanders (early 19th century)
A design for a circular stained glass window depicting the Annunciation
watercolour heightened with chalk, signed lower right
circular, 34 cm (13 1/4 in) diameter, unframed
together with a number of French designs for stained or etched glass, copies of two stained glass designs by Ford Madox Brown and the title page, text and 20 plates (of 60) from Chefs-d'Oeuvre de la Peinture Suisse sur Verre in portfolio£100-150
251.    John N. Lawson FMGP (20th century)
Six designs for stained glass windows and panels, including three for Hayes Roman Catholic Church
pencil and watercolour
six sheets in two frames, the three largest 12 x 36 cm (4 3/4 x 14 in)£100-150
252.    English school, 19th century
A gypsy girl with a deck of cards
pencil heightened with white, on pale grey paper
36 x 27 cm (14 x 10 1/2 in)
253.    George Romney (1734-1802)
Two seated female figures
unframed, 28 x 41.5 cm (11 x 16 1/2 in)
together with an unframed drawing of a figure in a landscape, dated 1811 and formerly attributed to John Constable (2)

Provenance: The Folio Society, Collectors' Corner, London£200-300
254.    A. T. (probably Spanish, 20th century)
Figures in a cobbled street; and another similar
two watercolours, one possibly over a lithographic outline, both indistinctly signed
43 x 30 cm (17 x 12 in)£100-150
255.    G. H. Vivian and Margaret K. Andrews (RIBA architectural students, mid-20th century), a substantial portfolio of drawings and watercolours covering four years of study (1943 to 1947) at the Northern Polytechnic, London, including numerous plans, elevations, perspective views, compositions, figure studies, etc, in pencil, pen, ink, watercolour and charcoal, approximately 100 sheets, together with a number of blueprints by other hands£100-150
256.    G. Grillone (Italian, 20th century)
The Madonna
pastel, signed lower left
39 x 29 cm (15 1/2 x 11 1/2 in)£100-150
257.    ... Freeman (20th century)
'Construction Site'
oil on canvas, signed lower right
unframed, 91.5 x 61 cm (36 x 24 in)£80-120
258.    English school,19th century, possibly W. D. M.
A river scene, with a windmill beyond
oil on canvas, possibly signed with initials on the bow of a barge
24 x 34 cm (9 1/2 x 13 1/2 in)£100-150
259.    F. Cozette (French, 20th century)
A village in Northern France
oil on board, signed and dated 1925 lower left
55 x 109 cm (21 1/2 x 43 in)£100-150
260.    European school, probably Dutch, 19th century
Fishing boats and other shipping in a swell
oil on panel
14 x 16 cm (5 1/2 x 6 1/2 in)£100-150
261.    E. M. (early 20th century)
Study of a horse's head,
oil on canvas, signed with initials and dated 1912 lower right
45 x 37 cm (17 1/2 x 14 1/2 in)£80-120
262.    R. Roberts (20th century)
Portrait of a boy
oil on canvas, signed with initials lower right, the stretcher and frame inscribed with the artist's name and address
60 x 50 cm (23 1/2 x 19 1/2 in)£100-150
263.    John Hassall RI (1868-1948)
oil on board, signed or inscribed verso and with artist's label
25 x 36 cm (10 x 14 in)£100-150
264.    Early 19th century primitive school, probably Continental
A boy holding a stemmed drinking vessel
oil on canvas
unframed, 50 x 40 cm19 1/2 x 16 in)£100-150
Douglas Falconer (20th century)
A view of Loch Lubnaig
oil on board, signed lower right, with artist's label verso
24 x 34 cm (9 1/2 x 13 1/2 in)£80-120
266.    Frederick Harry Baines (1910-1995)
Study of an Indian woman
oil on canvas, signed lower left
60 x 45 cm (23 1/2 x 17 1/2 in)

Provenance: the vendor's uncle, who served with Baines in India and remained a friend in later life£200-300
267.    Ramsay Richard Reinagle RA (1775-1862)
'At Fault' (hounds have lost the scent)
oil on canvas, the stretcher inscribed 'At Fault' and ' R. R. Reinagle Jun'r / Norton St Fitzroy Sg / No 2'
24 x 29 cm (9 1/2 x 11 1/2 in)£200-300
268.    German school, early 20th century, after Angelica Kauffmann
Portrait of a lady dressed as a vestal virgin
oil on board, with stencilled inscription dated 1910 verso
unframed, 49 x 36 cm (19 x 14 in)

Note: after the original in the Gemäldegalerie, Dresden (inventory no. 2182)£100-150
269.    Karl Taylor (living)
'Brussels and Thrush'
acrylic on board, signed lower right
46 x 56 cm (18 x 22 in)£500-700
270.    James Naughton (b. 1971)
'Clouds after Rain Storm'
oil on board, signed lower right
56 x 90 cm (22 x 36 in)

Provenance: Iona House Gallery, Woodstock, September 2007£800-1200
271.    After Filippo Napoletano (Teodoro Filippo de Liagno, Italian, 1589-1629)
The Snail Seller
oil on copper
18 x 13 cm (7 x 5 in)

Note: after the original in the Pitti Palace, Florence

Provenance: bought by the late owner at Perrin - Royere - Lajeunesse, Versailles, May 1984£1000-1500
272.    After Gabriel Metsu (Dutch, 1629-1667)
Le Marchand de Volaille
oil on copper, inscribed verso
34 x 27 cm (13 1/2 x 10 1/2 in)

Note: after the original (on panel, 61 x 45 cm) in the Gemäldegalerie, Dresden; another copy (also on copper, the same size as this one) is in the collection of Calderdale Borough Council

Provenance: bought by the late owner at Jacques Martin - Paul Martin - Olivier Desbenoit, Versailles, February 1977£600-800
273.    Follower of Petrus van Schendel (Dutch, 1806-1870)
A man reading a newspaper by candlelight
oil on panel
31 x 23.5 cm (12 1/4 x 9 1/4 in)

Provenance: bought by the late owner at Jacques Martin - Paul Martin - Olivier Desbenoit, Versailles, June 1986
274.    Continental school, 18th century
Still life of grapes and other fruit on a stone ledge, with a bird's nest and a butterfly
oil on canvas
55 x 67 cm (21 1/2 x 26 1/2 in)

Provenance: bought by the late owner at Jacques Martin - Paul Martin - Olivier Desbenoit, Versailles, 1982£600-800
275.    Rudolf Helmut Sauter RBA RWA (1895-1977)
'Exotic Intruders' or 'Tête-à-Tête'
oil on board, signed with initials lower right, signed and titled on artist's label verso
60 x 47 cm (23 1/2 x 18 1/2 in)

Exhibited: Royal Academy, 1948; Royal West of England Academy, 1951£300-500
276.    Rudolf Helmut Sauter RBA RWA (1895-1977)
A portrait of Viola, the artist's wife (1883-1969)
oil on panel, signed and dated 1950 lower left, signed and titled on artist's label verso
80 x 65 cm (31 1/2 x 25 1/2 in)£200-300
277.    Luigi Corbellini (Italian, 1901- 1968)
Buildings on the bank of a river
oil on canvas, signed lower right
59 x 72cm (23 x 28in)£200-300
278.    William Perring Hollyer (1834-1922)
'On Guard' (two spaniels and a pointer with dead game)
oil on canvas, signed lower right, signed again and inscribed with title verso
50 x 75 cm (20 x 29 1/2 in)
279.    English school, 19th century
A spaniel with dead game
oil on canvas
62 x 75 in (24 1/2 x 29 1/2 in)
280.    English school, 19th century
Portrait of a gentleman, said to be the Duke of Norfolk
oil on canvas
23 x 18 cm (9 x 7 in)
281.    Richard Barton (b. 1927)
A huntsman and hounds at sunset
oil on board, signed lower left
17 x 18 cm (6 1/2 x 7 in)£150-250
282.    J. Langlois (late 19th century)
A rough coated terrier and a water spaniel
oil on canvas, signed lower right
23 x 34 cm (9 x 13 1/2 in)£250-350
283.    Thomas Whittle (19th century)
Sheep and cattle by an ivy-clad ruin
oil on canvas, indistinctly signed and dated lower right
22 x 29 cm (8 1/2 x 11 1/2 in)£150-250
284.    English school, 19th century
A portrait of young man
oil on canvas
49 x 39 cm (19 x 15 in)£150-250
285.    European school, 20th century
Two men of war at sea
oil on panel
19 x 24 cm (7 1/2 x 9 1/2 in)£100-150
286.    ... Theyre (probably Margaret Theyre, 1897-1977)
A young boy blowing bubbles
oil on canvas, signed 'Theyre' lower left
60 x 50 cm (23 1/2 x 19 1/2 in)
287.    C. V. A. (?), 19th century
A portrait of bearded gentleman
oil on canvas, illegibly signed centre left
60 x 49 cm (23 1/2 x 19 in)£150-250
288.    English school, 19th century
A portrait of a young man
oil on canvas
74 x 62 cm (24 x 24 in)£200-300
289.    Primrose Harley (1908-1978)
Four studies of Sir Lennox Berkeley
three oil on canvas, one oil on board
two framed 45 x 35 cm (17 1/2 x 13 1/2 in), two unframed 46 x 46 cm (18 x 18 in) and 40 x 30 cm (16 x 12 in), together with three studies of girls (7)£80-120
290.    A pair of Victorian Gothic Revival gilt brass triple-sconce wall brackets by John Hardman & Co, probably after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, of diaper-moulded tubular form with scrolling cusps, hammer-worked Tudor rose heads and clover leaf terminals, each branch with broad drip pans with pierced decoration, 57 cm (22 1/2 in) long

Provenance: Salford Cathedral£2000-3000
290A.   A late Victorian silver caddy spoon, with Etruscan-style champlevé decoration and engraved bowl, Birmingham 1890 by John Hardman & Co£70-100
291.    A pair of Victorian Gothic Revival gilt brass altar candlesticks by Hardman's Medieval Art Manufactory, probably after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, each with a broad petal-outlined drip pan above a barbed knopped hexagonal stem raised on a spreading hexafoil foot, 29 cm (1 1/2 in) high

Provenance: St Mary's Convent, Hunter's Road, Birmingham; reputedly the first pair of candlesticks made by Hardman to a design by A. W. N. Pugin, probably in 1839. The foot, stem and knop are similar to those found on a silver-gilt chalice designed by Pugin for St Mary's College, Oscott, in 1838, traditionally his first chalice design - see A. W. N. Pugin - Master of Gothic Revival, Bard Graduate Center, 1995 (p. 285)£2000-3000
292.    A Victorian cast and pierced gilt brass Gothic Revival door grille by John Hardman & Co, made for the New Palace of Westminster after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, with repeating fleur-de-lys design, 54 x 28.5 cm (21 x 11 in)£500-700
293.    A Victorian cast and pierced gilt brass Gothic Revival door grille by John Hardman & Co, made for the New Palace of Westminster after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, with repeating foliate design and fleur-de-lys upper border, 53 x 27 cm (21 x 10 1/2 in)£500-700
294.    A Victorian cast and pierced gilt brass Gothic Revival door grille by John Hardman & Co, made for the New Palace of Westminster after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, with floriated motifs within circles and ovals and fleur-de-lys upper border, 54 x 27.5 cm (21 x 11 in)£500-700
295.    A Victorian cast and pierced gilt brass Gothic Revival door grille by John Hardman & Co, made for the New Palace of Westminster after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, with repeating fleur-de-lys design, 53 x 23 cm (21 x 9 in)£500-700
296.    A pair of Victorian gilt brass Gothic Revival door knobs by John Hardman & Co, probably after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, each of octagonal lobed form with central Tudor rose, 5.5. cm (2 1/4 in) diameter£100-150
297.    Three pairs of Victorian gilt brass Gothic Revival door knobs and back plates by John Hardman & Co, probably after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, each of octagonal polylobate form with central flowering bud, 5.5 cm (2 1/4 in) diameter£400-600
298.    A pair of Victorian brass Gothic Revival door finger plates by John Hardman & Co, probably after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, of pierced floriate design, each numbered '01873', 35 cm (13 3/4 in) high£200-300
299.    A Victorian gilt brass Gothic Revival single door knob by John Hardman & Co, probably after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, of lobed hexagonal form with central star motif, with pierced backplate, the knob 6.5 cm (2 1/2 in) diameter, the backplate 14 cm (5 1/2 in)£200-300
301.    A massive Victorian Gothic Revival brass door hinge by J. James, probably after a design by A. W. N. Pugin for the New Palace of Westminster, with fleur-de-lys terminals, 51 cm (20 in) high
302.    A Victorian Gothic Revival brass double-sided door hinge by John Hardman & Co, probably after a design by A. W. N. Pugin for the New Palace of Westminster, with pierced floriated design, 39 cm (15 1/4 in) high£300-500
303.    A pair of Victorian Gothic Revival wrought iron curtain brackets by John Hardman & Co, formed from flat scrolls, tendrils and hammer-worked flower heads with parcel gilt details, fitted with tulip sconces with broad drip pans, bearing the cross keys emblem of St Peter, 123 cm (48 in) high£600-800
304.    A Victorian Gothic Revival wrought iron and brass tabernacle by John Hardman & Co, probably after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, the brass double doors with fruiting vine decoration and the sacred monogram, 46 cm (18 in) high, 38 cm (15 in) wide, 36 cm (14 in) deep£200-300
305.    A pair of Victorian Gothic Revival gilt brass processional staff bell finials by John Hardman & Co, after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, each with four bells and a cross fleury surmount, 26 cm (10 in) high£200-300
306.    A Victorian gilt brass altar crucifix by John Hardman & Co, probably after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, with cast corpus, the engraved arms and shaft of the cross with foliate crocketing, raised on a sceptre-knopped diaper-moulded column supported by an engraved domed base with three lion feet, 67 cm (26 1/2 in) high£200-300
307.    A pair of Victorian Gothic Revival gilt brass processional staff candle lamps by John Hardman & Co, after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, each with pierced body and high-domed upper cap with cruciform finial, lacking glass cylinders

Provenance: St Mary's Convent, Hunter's Road, Birmingham£200-300
308.    Six cast bronze medals by John Hardman & Co, including Magdalen College, Oxford, St Xavier's College, Bombay and the Catholic Young Men's Society, four circular, two smaller oval with suspensory loops, the largest 6 cm (2 1/4 in) diameter£100-150
309.    A Victorian Gothic Revival two-door oak reliquary by John Hardman & Co, with pierced silver plated fleur-de-lys gallery, the doors with strapwork hinges and embossed panels with the Pelican in her Piety and Agnus Dei decoration, the doors opening to reveal a gilt and silk damask-lined interior, raised on a moulded plinth bearing an engraved silver plated frieze with the legend 'Sanctus : Sanctus : Sanctus', 52 cm (20 1/4 in) wide£2000-3000
310.    A massive Victorian gilt brass spread eagle-mounted ecclesiastical lecturn by John Hardman & Co, the bird standing atop a globe mounted on a wrythen and knopped column with a pair of serpentine candle branches, raised on an annulated spreading foot supported by three lions couchant, the base with a presentation inscription in memory of Anne Lawson, 1885, the top of the column stamped twice for John Hardman & Co, 178 cm (70 in) high£4000-6000
311.    A Victorian triple-fusee eight-day presentation mantle clock with a carved oak Gothic Revival case of architectural form, with brattished parapet and trefoil lancet arches with figures including the Blessed Virgin and Child and apostles, with crocketed piers at the angles, the movement chiming on a main bell and a further rack of four bells, the dial with applied silver chapter ring, the matted centre bearing the Latin inscription Qui Habitat in Adiutorio Altissimi and the date AD 1901, the clock door carved with In Manibus Sortes Mea and each bracket foot with a Gothic letter, 58 cm (23 in) high overall

Note: This clock, cased by John Hardman & Co, was presented to their chief designer John Aloysius Pippet (1841-1903) on his retirement£1200-1500
312.    A Victorian cast metal and wax-filled plaque, bearing the arms of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the legend 'Archiepisc.p.s Cantuar.', reputed to have been shown by John Hardman & Co at the Great Exhibition of 1851, 42 cm (16 1/2 in) high£100-150
313.    A painted plaster group of the pieta, used for modelling in the studios of John Hardman & Co, 38 cm (15 in) high£200-300
314.    A plaster head of a bearded bishop, used for modelling in the studios of John Hardman & Co, 20cm (8 in) high£200-300
315.    Three painted plaster figures, used for modelling in the studios of John Hardman & Co, comprising an angel and two Virgin and Child groups, the angel 27 cm (10 1/2 in) high£200-300
316.    A brass and enamel memorial plaque by John Hardman & Co, in memory of Lt. Basil Butler-Bowdon, Lancashire Fusilers (killed in action 28 March 1918, aged 19), together with a letter dated 27 May 1953 relating to its removal from the family house, 33 x 50 cm (13 x 19 1/2 in)£100-150
317.    Three sections of Victorian Gothic Revival carved oak linenfold panelling and a single door with japanned handle, probably from the New Palace of Westminster, of differing designs and sizes, the largest section 66 x 113 cm (26 x 44 in) (4)£300-500
318.    Four sections of Victorian Gothic Revival carved oak linenfold panelling, probably from the New Palace of Westminster, of differing designs and sizes, the largest section 86 x 51 cm (34 x 20 in) (4)£300-500
319.    A Victorian Gothic Revival carved oak linenfold right-hand cupboard or locker door, probably from the New Palace of Westminster, the brass rope-twist handle with a brass and enamelled escutcheon numbered '439', 76 x 41 cm (30 x 16 in)£200-300
320.    A pair of Victorian Gothic Revival 'X'-framed oak side chairs, probably after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, each with a broad cresting rail with stop chamfer and deep carved monogram roundel for John Hardman, flanked by rose alba panels, above stuffover seats£800-1200
321.    A pair of Victorian Gothic Revival oak side chairs of simple construction, probably after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, each with chamfered broad cresting rail above a simple bar splat and stuffover seat, raised on squared supports

Note: These chairs were made for the offices of John Hardman & Co£600-800
322.    Attributed to John Hardman Powell (1827-1895)
Designs for (i) an ecclesiastical chandelier, (ii) a sundial and (iii) a fire grate in Gothic Revival taste for Lough Cutra Castle, Co. Galway
pencil, pen, ink and watercolour, with inscriptions, on buff or blue paper
three sheets in one frame, the largest 50 x 30 cm (19 1/2 x 12 in)£400-600
323.    Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1812-1852)
Designs for Gothic Revival furniture, including tables, picture frames, a writing desk and a Gothic niche or panel, together with a study of the heart and circulatory system
pen and brown ink, three inscribed in pencil
five sheets in a single frame, two largest 31 x 19 cm (12 x 7 1/2 in)

Note: Some of these drawings, which came from a folder inscribed 'Sketches by A. W. Pugin Esq're and appear to date from between 1829 and 1834, may have been connected with Pugin's early foray into furniture design and manufacture at 12 Hart Street, Covent Garden, others with his work for the Scottish architect James Gillespie Graham.£1000-1500
324.    Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1812-1852)
Designs for a Gothic Revival chimneypiece, a reticulated grille, a casket and a balustraded table, with carving details
pencil, one inscribed 'A Pugin Jun'r', dated '1829 Dec 15th' and watermarked 1829
three sheets (one consisting of two joined sheets) in a single frame, each 19 x 31 cm (7 1/2 x 12 in)

Note: Some of these drawings, which came from a folder inscribed 'Sketches by A. W. Pugin Esq're and appear to date from between 1829 and 1834, may have been connected with Pugin's early foray into furniture design and manufacture at 12 Hart Street, Covent Garden. Some may also be connected with his 1830/31 commission for Mrs Gough of Perry Hall, Handsworth, Birmingham; similar drawings for that commission can be found in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum.£1000-1500
325.    Studio of John Hardman & Co, 1897, after a design by Charles Alban Buckler (1824-1905)
A design for a gold and enamel mayoral chain for the town of Arundel
pencil, pen, ink and watercolour, heightened with white, on buff paper, inscribed 'No 96568' and 'Real Size' in ink lower left
53 x 41 cm (21 x 16 in)

Note: the chain was presented by the Duke of Norfolk to mark Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. Its designer was the architect responsible for largely rebuilding Arundel Castle between 1879 and 1890, who was also a Herald of Arms.

Literature: Fisher, Michael, Hardman of Birmingham - Goldsmith and Glasspainter, 2008, pp. 98 (illustrated) and 99£300-500
326.    Attributed to John Hardman Powell (1827-1895)
A design for an elaborate brass lecturn for St Paul's Church, Brighton
pencil, watercolour and gouache, on grey paper, inscribed 'Scale about 1/4 th Real Size' and 'No. 021289'
53 x 33 cm (21 x 13 in), framed with two other designs for similar lecturns, one pencil, the other pencil and watercolour

Literature: Fisher, Michael, Hardman of Birmingham - Goldsmith and Glasspainter, 2008, p. 57 (illustrated)£400-600
327.    A 19th century stained and leaded circular glass panel bearing the intertwined company monogram for John Hardman & Co, within a rose alba and oak leaf border, 35 cm (13 3/4 in) diameter£300-500
328.    A 19th century stained and leaded glass sample panel by John Hardman & Co, depicting a figure with hands clasped in prayer, the figure 25 x 17 cm (10 x 6 3/4 in), the panel 38 x 18 cm (15 x 7 in)£120-180
329.    English school, 19th century
A portrait of John Hardman (1812-1867) in 1838
pencil, pen, brush and ink
oval, 42 x 34 cm (16 1/2 x 13 1/2 in)
in a carved and gilded frame after a design by A. W. N. Pugin, with Hardman's initials in monogram at each corner£2000-3000
330.    A Victorian turned ebony and engraved brass hand seal for John Hardman, engraved with 'JH' in monogram, 6 cm (2 1/2 in) high£100-150
331.    A First World War hat pin, the enamel end decorated with a wounded soldier wearing the blue suit, with white lapels of recuperation, the end knop 2.5 x 3 cm (1 x 1 1/4in)£70-90
332.    A carved soft wood parrying shield, believed to be from the Moluccan islands, South East Asia, of waisted convex ridged form with integral carved handle, painted with abstract designs in polychrome, with iron pin applications, c. 1900, 109 cm (43 in) long£100-150
333.    A Naga people spear, probably from Assam in the Northern Indian region, iron blade spear and spike tipped with dyed red goat hair, with black bands to the shaft decoration, 216 cm (85 in) long£100-150
334.    Ten various 18th century design pewter plates, bearing assorted touch marks, together with a pewter spoon£100-150
335.    A Huntley & Palmers 1905 'Bookstand' lithographed novelty biscuit tin, 16 cm (6 1/2 in) high, together with a Huntley & Palmers 'Green Pedestal' tin (2) £80-100
337.    A probably early 19th century tortoiseshell fan, 38cm (15in) long£80-100
338.    A William IV table lamp, gilt bronze fleur de lys gallery over a painted japanned stem on cast gilt bronze acanthus decorated hexagonal base (converted for electricity)£100-150
339.    A scarce 1904 Steiff velvet Dax dachshund, with dark brown upper body and creamy under belly, fitted with small button eyes and embroidered muzzle, tag missing from ear, the body 30 cm (12 in) long£300-400
340.    An ecclesiastical ewer, in the manner of William Burges£100-150
341.    A pair of probably late 18th century circular carved laburnum portrait roundle, depicting J Haydn and Handel in profile, with turned and moulded border, 14 cm (5 1/2 in) diameter£100-150
342.    An early 20th century ivory bladed page turner, bearing the inscription Au Cap B S Townroe Falaise Reconnaissante, the cast white metal handle in the form of medieval knight with shield, mail shirt and helmet, 32 cm (12 1/2 in) long
Note: Captain B S Townroe is mentioned in a letter of the Military Attaché of France in 1938 and praises his conduct at a meeting with General Herring£100-150
343.    An American gilt brass door lock with quatrefoil knobs, fitted a pin tumbler mechanism, the finger plates with decorative crocheting£150-200
344.    A 19th century carved and pierced bone brize fan, housed in a deep gilt frame, 41 cm (17 in)£80-120
345.    A Chinese square lacquer box, inset with carved hardstone coral and mother of pearl in a scene of a man riding a kylin, 32 cm (12 1/2 in)£300-500
346.    An early 20th century Swiss miniature carriage timepiece, of simple form, mounted with inlaid shibayana worked ivory panels, inlaid with abalone shell mother of pearl and coral, and raised gilt lacquer, 9 cm (3 1/2 in) high£300-400
347.    A reformed and carved amber figure of a prancing horse, standing upon a natural wooden base, 22 cm (8 3/4 in) long£300-400
348.    A Japanese Meiji/Taisho period turned piriform jade bell pull, with a yellow metal band decorated with a high relief band of dragon pearl and drum motifs, 7 cm (2 3/4 in) the body of the pull£600-800
349.    A 19th century African ebonised carved hardwood crocodile, inset marble eyes, 122 cm (48 in) long, together with a small taxidermy example of a crocodile, an armadillo basket, bird skeleton, a flat basket weave tray and a basket with cover£300-500
350.    A mid 20th century large golden mohair jointed teddy bear, with long legs and short arms, 71cm (28in) high£70-90
351.    An early 20th century stuffed and mounted bull moose, with large sixteen point antlers, mounted on an ebonised wall shield, 71 cm (31 in) across the antlers£500-700
352.    An early 20th century, Spicer of Leamington Spa, stuffed and mounted stag's head, with ten point antlers, mounted on a stained wood wall shield, stamped 'for Spicers' on the reverse£150-200
353.    A Rowland Ward stuffed and mounted wild boar's head, bearing an embossed Rowland Ward trade label to the rear, 49 cm (19 1/4 in)£250-300
354.    A Congolese Bapuna carved, pierced and polychromic painted tribal mask, with hanging grass fringing, possibly representing the 'White Goddess', 60 cm (23 1/2 in) high, together with one other similar Congolese wooden tribal mask£100-150
355.    A carved, pierced and gilt Polynesian figure of a lady with elaborate headdress£100-150
356.    A stuffed and mounted fox's mask, on wooden base£80-100
357.    An ethnic carved and pierced tribal figure of a seated female£70-80
358.    A late Victorian pottery child's/doll's dinner service, green printed floral decoration, comprising plates, bowls, meat dishes, tureens, gravy boats, etc£100-150
359.    A John Gill of London, George III officer's flintlock pistol, the full walnut stocking with lock engraved 'John Gill' and with a brass butt plate, 38 cm (15 in) long£300-500
360.    A Chinese brass and soapstone mounted opium pipe and stand, the mounts embossed with rampaging dragons£300-500
361.    A pair of Chinese spinach jade circular bowls, with slightly everted rims, mounted on own wooden stands, 12 cm (4 3/4 in) diameter each£800-1000
362.    A Japanese Meiji period carved ivory figure of a corpulent seated buddha, 3 cm (1 1/4 in) long, together with one other figural netsuke of a boy with a palm leaf fan£100-150
363.    A collection of twelve Victorian carved ivory gaming tokens or 'Jack-Straw' pieces, in the form of tool batons, 60 mm long£80-120
364.    A Japanese inlaid lacquer box, with Hiramaki lacquer interior, to the black lid and outside, mother of pearl inlaid decoration of stylised landscape, trees and birds, 32 x 41 cm (12 1/2 x 16 in)£800-1000
365.    A 19th century gilt bronze pantograph, by W Jeffrey's, 26 Wilderness Row, London, engraved calibrations, rolling on turned ivory wheels, 38 cm (15 in)£200-300
366.    A 19th century French pharonic mounted card box, 11 cm (4 1/2in) with mask to cover, together with an early Egyptian blue bead necklace£300-400
367.    A Japanese Meiji mixed metal Kinko tsuba, maru gata shape, Sukashi, carved and inlaid decoration, depicts a seated ascetic contemplating a gilded toad, 7 cm (2 1/2 in)£500-700
368.    A Japanese Meiji mixed metal clouds across the moon kozuka, (a handle for holding the small kogatana blade) bears inscription, 10 cm (4 in)£400-500
369.    A Japanese mixed metal hatched ground kozuka, (a handle for holding the small kogatana blade) decorated with inlaid symbolic figures, has inscription, 9.5 cm (3 3/4 in)£500-800
370.    A Japanese Meiji carved ivory hare netsuke, with amber eyes, depicts a pair of hares upon a platform, 3 cm (1 1/4 in) high£600-800
371.    A mid 19th century Chinese drawstring purse, embroidered symbol in tablet decoration c1860, 13 cm (5 in)£200-300
372.    A Japanese 18th century inlaid tetsu (iron) tsuba, mokko gata form, pierced Hitsu-ana with maru mimi rim, bears character marks, 8.3 cm (3 1/4 in)£250-300
373.    A Victorian coromandel wood stationery box and blotter pad, decorated with ivory panels and brass fleur de lys, together with a mother of pearl mounted casket, two corkscrews and a needlework firescreen panel£80-120
374.    A Wilesco live steam fire engine, model D305, in original box, together with three firemen figures£120-150
375.    A Wilesco live steam stationary engine powered 'Werkstatt' workshop, running various machines, a drill, grinding wheels etc, under tin shed roof, ref. No D141, with original box, together with two boxed tin-plate workmen (M76 carpenter) and (M73 wood cutter)£120-150
376.    A Hornby Railways live steam Stephenson's Rocket, 3 1/2in gauge model with 25 feet of track, in original box£80-120
377.    The Mamod steam railway, an '0' gauge freight set, with live steam engine, rolling stock and track individual items in original boxes, all stored in pine box£150-250
378.    A Wilesco live steam showman's engine (D409), and an 'Old Smokey' steam roller, both in original boxes£100-150
379.    A Mamod agricultural live steam tractor with log carrying trailer, and a Mettoy tractor trailer, model No 3276, in original box£70-90
380.    A Mamod live steam tractor, a tin-plate open trailer with turned wood barrels and a 'Paper 'n' Steam Galore' hand made workman's living van£70-90
381.    A quantity of stationary live steam engines, includes Mamod, Bowman, Meccano and Wilesco, also miniature machines to be powered including trip hammer, grinding wheels, etc, includes miniature polishing machine, in original box, and a Mamod - The Story of Malins Models', by P. S. Malins, and other booklets£150-250
382.    A Mamod live steam roadster, cream body with red wheels and chassis£80-100
383.    A green tin-plate limousine, with open driver's compartment, white tyres and luggage rack£80-100
384.    A pair of Georgian paste set steel shoe buckles, together with a large pair of shoe buckles mounted with disks of abalone£100-120
385.    A pair of 19th needlework pictures of horsemen in open landscape, wearing hunting pink and top hats, one with bright cut steel beads sewn to the bit and stirrups, 16.5 x 15 cm (6 1/2 x 6 in) in hogarth frames, bearing labels verso 'L R Rochefort, Stoke Newington', together with an early 19th century engraving Cupid Blowing Bubbles published 1808, after a pupil of Bartelozzi, 14 x 11 cm (5 1/2 x 4 1/4 in) £80-120
386.    A late 19th/early 20th century Arts and Crafts hanging hall lantern, of rivetted strap work construction, with domed top and acid frosted diffuser and hanging fitment, 33 cm (13 in) high£70-100
387.    A Chinese polished and silvered hand mirror of serpentine circular form, cast with hunting scenes, 20cm (8in) diameter£80-120
388.    A Chinese polished and silvered hand mirror of circular form, cast with text and astrological themes, 23cm (9in) diameter£80-120
389.    A Parker 'Victory' fountain pen, marbled effect body and cap, with a 14k nib£70-90
390.    A collection of treen, includes a maple snuff box, a lignum small mortar and pestle, a hat
stand, etc£100-150
391.    A Meiji period Japanese mixed metal box, fruiting vine decoration, 4 cm (1 1/2 in), a Chinese carved boxwood and partially gilded boy figure, 8 cm (3 in) high£100-150
392.    A late 19th century Joh Engstrom Eskilstuna Swedish barrel knife, together with miscellaneous items in a small leather box and a 'Stanley' stitched leather cased weight£100-150
393.    A Victorian cast and partially gilt metal seated lion money box, 13 cm (5 in) high, a bronze castellated tower inkwell (no liner), 8 cm (3 1/4 in) high , and a polished stone miniature font, 12 cm (4 1/2 in) high£100-150
394.    An African Sansa or Mbira (thumb piano), a plucked idiophone consisting of seven metal tongues attached at one end, side by side on a resonator box, 25 cm (9 3/4 in)£80-120
395.    A small collection of silver items, to include small easel photograph frames, Chinese white metal ingot and other items£80-100
396.    A Franz Bergmann cold painted bronze figure of a kitten on an oriental rug, with fringed border, marked to base, 14 cm (5 1/2 in)£150-200
397.    A Dunhill silver plated petrol desk cigarette lighter, with engine turned decoration and an applied Royal Air Force volunteer reserve badge, 10.5 cm (4 in) high, together with an art deco novelty monoplane petrol lighter, the mechanism activated by rotating the propellor, 15 cm (6 in) long£150-200
398.    A probably Ceylonese ebony and porcupine quill dressing box and contents, including hardwood netsuke and other items£80-100
399.    A 1920s cold painted metal figural Airedale Terrier figural table lighter, with removable head, 18cm (7in), together with a Greek silver Madonna icon on ebonised wall plaque and other items£100-150
400.    An 18th century silver inlaid ogee moulded circular tortoiseshell snuff box, with hinged lid, 6.5cm diameter (2 1/2 in), together with a tortoiseshell effect bangle£100-150
401.    A Victorian gilt and tooled Morocco leather covered jewellery box and contents, including silver rings, mother-of-pearl necklaces, cameo, fob and wrist watches and other items£100-150
402.    An 18th century French 18ct gold mounted scent bottle, with a later thimble cover, 4.5 cm (1 3/4 in) high£300-500
403.    An Edwardian olive wood smoking cabinet, with glazed door revealing cigar shelves, to the base a drawer with recesses to take pipes etc, 36 cm (14 in) wide£70-90
404.    A 19th century Indo Portuguese carved ebony table casket, the lid to the centre with a depiction of Europa and the Bull, surrounded by angels and flowers, with lions to the corners, the back, front and sides with floral carving; when the lid is raised one side slides up to reveal two concealed drawers, later handle and part of a handle fitted, raised on bun feet (one missing, 31 cm (12 in) wide£200-300
405.    An Edwardian mahogany collectors' cabinet, glazed vitrine top, with green velvet lining, over base fitted two drawers, 28 cm (11 in) wide, together with an ornately carved oak box and a Tunbridge ware box (3)£80-100
406.    A mahogany adjustable table top book stand, three walking canes, a parasol, a knife polishing machine and a brass frame magazine rack£70-90
407.    A Victorian cast iron boot scraper, on a disabled base, together with a Victorian cast iron door stop in the form of a basket of flowers and two carriage lanterns£70-90
408.    A silver mounted horn beaker, three plain horn beakers, a barrel form treen wall box, a Mauchlin ware canister with 'Shakespeare's house' decoration containing a glass, a fan, a cast metal reclining long dog and a Watson Weedon earthenware barrel £80-120
409.    An Ashanti Akuaba (fertility doll), possibly from Ghana, 33 cm (13 in) high, on later base, together with five carved wood masks, a Japanese papier mâché opera mask and an Indonesian shadow puppet£100-150
410.    A pair of Victorian cased and cut blue and white glass hanging table lustres, with prismatic hanging drops, 32 cm (12 1/4 in) £150-200
411.    An American cast iron 'Spise that Mule' mechanical money box, bearing original paint finish, 23 cm (9 in) long£80-100
412.    A carved Burmese teakwood massive figure of a rampant bull elephant, with lifted trunk and ivory tusks, 56 cm (22 in) high£80-100
413.    An African woven rattan food container and bread basket£80-100
414.    Anglo-Boer War, an Edwardian inlaid mahogany three-fold room screen containing 27 pen, ink and watercolour caricatures, all signed 'W.O.W.' and probably depicting members of Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry, each caricature 18 x 13 cm (7 x 5 in), the screen 175 x 41 cm (69 x 55 1/2 in) overall

Provenance: Major General Alexander Thorneycroft CB (1859-1931), Royal Scots Fusiliers, who as a Lieutenant Colonel led the initial assault on Spion Kop in January 1900 and was promoted to Brigadier in the course of the ensuing battle; by descent to his great-nephew

Note: Robin Drooglever's book Thorneycroft's 'Unbuttoned' lists a Private William Oliver Wilson (9456) serving in B Company of Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry from 14 February 1900 to 11 March 1901. He appears to have been born in Natal in 1867, worked as a cartoonist for various American publications in the 1890s and 1900s and died in the Transvaal in 1917.

415.    A twin bladed folding pocket knife with 9ct gold covers, one side monogrammed 'HDM', together with a Chinese white metal fork, and an Edwardian oak sarcophagus shape tea caddy with metal mounts£80-120
416.    A collection of Russian items, including lacquer boxes (6), postcards and early photographs includes city and peasant scenes£80-120
417.    A Hitler youth knife (Hitler - Jungend - Fahrten Messer) enameled swastika on grip, the plain solingen blade with leather swatch between handle and steel scabbard, considered to be after 1937, the leather belt with aluminium Hitler youth buckle, eagle clutching a diamond and swastika bearing the motto "Blut and Ehre" (Blood and Honour) worn as part of the uniform by boys of the youth organisation of the Nazi party£100-150
418.    A Tecalemit of London oil gun, brass construction with wooden panelled handle, overall approximately 25 cm (10 in) long £70-90
419.    A 1930s stuffed and mounted stag's head, with 12-point ('Royal') antlers, mounted on an oak shield bearing an ivorine plaque with the legend 'Glecanisp / 1934 / P. B.', 82 cm (32 in) across the antlers£150-200
420.    A Short and Mason Ltd, London 1916, compass, in hunter type case, together with a Barker of London compass in leather pouch£100-150
421.    A Japanese Meiji miniature bronze study of a rat holding a gourd, the figure with inset dark horn eyes and golden teeth£400-500
422.    A Japanese Meiji period patinated and partial gilt bronze figure of a Japanese wheelwright, by Miyao Eisuke of Yokohama, he stands upon a cart wheel, hammer held aloft ready to strike, bearing a gilt inset signature seal, raised upon a lacquered rosewood stand, 26 cm (10 in), c. 1880s
423.    *A Japanese Meiji period patinated and partial gilt bronze figure of a farmer, by Miyao Eisuke of Yokohama, he stands leaning on a long handled hoe, while he pauses to toke in his pipe, bearing inset signature seal, raised upon a lacquered rosewood stand, 27 cm (10 1/2 in), c.1880s£3000-5000
424.    A Japanese Meiji period patinated and partial gilt bronze figure group of a musician and young boy, in the manner of Miyao Eisuke of Yokohama, the musician sits with a mon embellished drum at his feet, whilst his young companion with Kitsune mask looks over his shoulder, the figures bearing the words in character: "Momoki" and "Roraku" in the detail of their robes, 18cm (7in) high£3500-4000
425.    A Japanese Meiji period patinated partial gilt bronze figure, in the manner of Miyao Eisuke of Yokohama, musician sits with Shamisen and Bachi in hands as he sports a wide gap toothed grin, 16 cm (6 1/4 in) £1000-1500
426.    A Japanese patinated and parcel gilt bronze garniture, by Miyao Eisuke of Yokohama, of central two handled urn with fisherman surmount and high relief panels of Samurai, accompanied by a pair of matching baluster vases with similar high relief panels, all bearing inset signature panels, the central vase 54 cm (21 1/4 in) high £15000-20000
427.    A Japanese Meiji period miniature lidded tripod bronze and mixed metal censer and cover, inset with banks of flying white cranes, swimming carp and tied cord and cash motif, the cover with quail surmount, 10 cm (4 in) high£200-300
428.    *A Japanese Meiji period bronze and mixed metal tear drop form vase, inset with contrasting metals to depict a series of butterflies, 24 cm (9 1/2 in) high£150-200
429.    A Japanese Meiji period Kagamibuta Manju netsuke, with turned rosewood body, fitted with an inset Shibuichi panel inlaid with gold and blackened silver depicting Ebisu with an enormous sea bream and fishing pole at his feet, 52 mm (2 1/4 in) diameter£300-500
430.    A pair of French Art Nouveau ormolu vases of sinuous form, decorated in relief with poppies on a patinated ground, each signed 'Lesueur', 34 cm (13 1/2 in) high
431.    A pair of early 20th century French ormolu candelabra in the form of bulrushes, raised on a knopped collar with high relief foliage, raised on turned veined green marble socles, 45 cm (17 1/2 in) high£400-500
432.    A Chinese mutton fat jade carving of a pair of hanging gourd, with crawling ladybird and leafage and tendrils, 5.5 cm (2 1/4 in) long£150-200
433.    A Chinese mutton fat jade funerary rectangular pendant, covered with fighting foo lions stylised taotie head to the reverse, 7 cm (2 3/4 in)£200-300
434.    A Chinese mutton fat jade funerary pendant, carved with foo lions, crawling over an archer's ring, 7 cm (2 3/4 in) long£200-300
435.    An archaic form Chinese bronze bull, in a rearing stance on stylised wave or cloud base, 10cm (4in) high£100-150
436.    A 19th century Gothic revival painted and parcel gilt plaster wall bracket, acanthus leaf and acorn decoration, canted top, inscribed 'St Augustine' to the side, 30 cm (12 in) high£200-300
437.    A 19th century terracotta wall bust of a young woman in drapery scarf and gown, indistinctly signed and dated 1868 verso, 23 cm (9 in) high£100-150
438.    Barney Seale RBA (1896-1957)
A bust of Augustus John
bronze with a green patina, signed and dated '37, raised on a black marble plinth bearing a bronze plaque with the sitter's signature
the bust 22 cm (8 3/4 in) high, overall 29 cm (11 1/2 in) high

Literature: Stanley Casson (ed.), Sculpture of Today, The Studio Ltd, London, 1939, another cast illustrated p. 51. According to Casson, John highly approved of Seale's sculpture and added his signature to the original model£600-800
439.    A pair of Japanese Meiji period lacquer panels, with applied carved bone iris and butterfly decoration, in carved hardwood frames, 61 x 36 cm (24 x 14 in), together with two other pairs of panels featuring birds of prey and cranes, a smaller bird panel and a part bamboo wall box with figure and mother of pearl flowers£100-150
440.    An 18th century French gold box by Claude Pierre Pottier, the circular body with inset panels of romantic landscapes in silhouette on foil behind opalescent glass, bordered by a matted and beaded frame work, c1779, 5 cm (2 in) diameter.
An almost identical example by this maker is in the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum section of the Smithsonian Institute, Accession No 1967-48-8 a,b or by following the link£3000-5000
441.    An early 20th century Art bronze circular plaque, depicts three male athletes after the antique, monogrammed 'RMT' and dated 1917, 20cm (8in) diameter£100-150
442.    An 18th century, probably Northern European, almost life sized, carved sandstone lion, in a statant guardant attitude, he stands upon a naturalistic conjoining base, 160 cm (63 in) long, together with a slightly smaller lion of similar stance, possibly by the same hand or workshop, 150 cm (59 in) long
Provenance: Wicken Manor£5000-7000
443.    A Kerman rug, all over Boteh design on a cream ground with floral border, 200 x 138 cm (79 x 54 1/4 in)£300-500
444.    A North West Persian blue ground rug, with four central lozenges fitted with geometric emblems, within multiple borders, 207 x 91 cm (81 1/2 x 36 in)
445.    A Chinese embroidered silk panel, polychrome and gold thread depicting ho-ho bird, other exotic birds, butterfly and fruits amidst stylised flowers, overall 211cm (83in) x 43cm (17in), c.1900 (with border)£80-100
446.    A 19th century needlework sampler, with Adam and Eve, text, alphabet and numbers, exotic creatures and a strawberry border, signed Lucy Mary 1837, 41 x 31 cm (16 x 12 in), a small sampler dated 1838, 15 x 14 cm (6 x 5 1/2 in), a 19th century painted and needlework picture of Moses being discovered in the bulrushes and a woolwork map of Europe£80-120
447.    An ivory ground Senneh rug, with all over boteh field within a gul farang border, 214 x 139 cm (84 x 54 1/2 in)£80-100
448.    A large blue ground Herat carpet, with a central ground of overall fish motif within a brick red turtle border, 696 x 445 cm (23 x 14 ft)£300-400
449.    A red ground Paisley shawl, 173 x 165cm (68 x 65in)£80-120
450.    A Junghans spring driven walnut cased wall regulator, 31cm (12 1/4in)£100-150
451.    A Negretti and Zambra of London circular aneroid barometer, in turned walnut surround, 17.5cm (6 3/4in), together with a cased pair of environment field glasses and pair of Negretti and Zambra ivory covered field glasses£80-100
452.    A Victorian black slate cased mantel clock, of architectural form, with gilded metal column mounts, Roman numerals, 8-day striking movement, 38 cm (15 in) high£80-120
453.    An early 19th century 8-day oak long case clock, the broken swan neck pediment to a hood, flanked by columns, mahogany cross banded and string inlaid, arched painted dial with horse drawn plough and hares to the corners, Roman numerals with date aperture and secondary dial, fitted 8-day movement, 219 cm (86 in) high£200-300
454.    An early 19th century 30-hour oak long case clock, the square dial with Roman hours and Arabic minutes, inscribed 'W Clarke Long Buckby', 212 cm (8 3 1/2 in) high£100-200
455.    A late Victorian drop dial wall clock, Tunbridge ware and floral marquetry case, the dial with Roman numerals inscribed 'A Drewe Woodstock'£100-150
456.    A set of oak library steps, folding frame with four treads, fitted a single turned side handle with acorn finial, the frame secured by green cord, overall 137 cm (54 in) high£120-180
457.    A George III mahogany tray topped serpentine night cupboard, with single tambour door above a deep drawer, raised on squared supports, 61 cm (24 in)£300-500
458.    A set of eight 19th century Eastern counties type mahogany dining chairs, two carvers and six single, with drop-in seats and simple double splat backs£100-150
459.    A Victorian spoon back low nursing chair, with turned walnut supports, together with
a number of other pieces of furniture£100-150
460.    A Victorian figured walnut open bookcase, with split twisted pilasters and three open tiered shelves above, 122cm (48in)

Provenance: Sir Lennox and Lady Berkeley£600-800
461.    A George III vernacular corner chair, with woven sinew seat£150-200
462.    A pair of late George III carved mahogany scroll ended, bow front window seats, in the manner of George Hepplewhite, raised on fluted square tapering supports terminating in spade feet, 92 cm (36 in) wide

Provenance: Lord Cromwell, Sprottborough Estate, Yorkshire, then by descent£2000-3000
463.    An early 19th century oak single drawer side table, raised on tapering square supports, 78cm (30 3/4in) wide£200-300
464.    A George III now limed oak fall front writing bureau with decorative oval captive panel to the fall, with fitted interior and four ling drawers below, raised in shaped bracket feet, 94cm (37in) wide£200-300
465.    A late 17th century carved oak regional mule chest, with dated frieze 1696 and bearing the monogram 'AW', fitted three fielded panels above two short drawers, raised on stile supports, 123cm (1ft) wide
466.    A late 18th century barrel topped carriage trunk, with strapwork banding and folding handles, 88 cm (34 1/2 in) long£100-150
467.    A Victorian walnut two fold boudoir modesty screen, with inset Kashmiri lacquer panels, 95.5 cm (32 in) wide£200-300
468.    A pair of Japanese, probably Taisho period, tea tables, of pedestal and gallery form, the pedestals with pierced and gilt apertures, the tables bearing a parcel gilt ducal coronets bearing the monogram below 'A', 30 cm (12 in) square, the legs£400-500
469.    An 18th century oak and yew wood regional side table, fitted two short over two short drawers, the frieze and shaped apron with applied fruit wood blind fretwork, raised on square cabriole supports, 91 cm (35 3/4 in) wide£250-300
470.    A Victorian carved and pierced gothic oak kneeler and prayer rail, with flowers and armorial device, bearing dedicatory text to the bottom rail and arcaded panels, 283 cm (111 in)£200-300
471.    A Victorian carved and pierced gothic oak kneeler and prayer rail, with flowers and armorial device, bearing dedicatory text to the bottom rail and arcaded panels, 283 cm (111 in)
472.    A late Victorian Gillow revolving piano stool, the walnut tripod base with veined and parcel gilt decoration£100-150
473.    A French Louis XVI style armoire with split cane panel single door, with rose wreath moulding, other decorative mouldings to frame, 72cm (28 1/2in) wide£300-500
474.    François Linke (Bohemian/French, 1855-1946), a kingwood and amaranth lady's writing table, with radiant and cube parquetry detail, the top with recessed ink wells and pull-out slide, fitted a single frieze drawer, the lock signed 'F. Linke' externally and 'CT Linke / Serrurerie / Paris / 2586' internally, raised on square tapering legs, 94 cm (37 in) wide£2000-3000
475.    A George III mahogany dressing stand, the burr maple crossbanded top in two sections, hinging out to reveal a fitted interior of lidded compartments and an adjustable mirror, over a faux drawer with lion ring mask handles and a lower drawer with provision to hold a wash bowl, fitted undertier on brass castors, 64cm (25in) wide£300-500
476.    A George IV Irish crossbanded mahogany oval flip top breakfast table, with simple satinwood strung detail, raised on a quadrupedal sabre leg base, with outsized brass socketed wheel castors, 137cm (54in) long£300-500
477.    A late 18th century, Midland, oak wall mounted candle box, 48cm (18 3/4in), and one other£80-120
478.    A Victorian mahogany shield and scroll back hall chair, with cluster column supports and solid seat, together with a large 19th century brass bound pine coffer, 108cm (43in)£80-120
479.    A Welsh borders oak pot board dresser and Delft rack, fitted three frieze drawers, 155 cm (61 in) wide£1000-1200
480.    A Victorian Duchess style double ended chaise longue, with deep buttoned upholstery, raised on turned toupe type supports£200-300
481.    An early 19th century mahogany chest of two short over two long drawers, raised on shaped bracket supports, 110 cm (43 1/2in) wide£120-150
482.    A Victorian hoop backed low nursing chair, with scroll arms and deep buttoned upholstery, raised on turned supports£80-120
483.    An early 19th century ash and elm Lancashire spindle back rocking armchair, with woven rush seat£80-100
484.    A collection of six early 19th century regional oak side chairs, with planked seat and decorative splats
485.    A Victorian stripped pine gallery backed dressing chest, fitted two short over two long drawers all fitted with white pottery knob handles, 90 cm (35 1/2 in) wide£100-150
486.    A late Victorian oak music stool, revolving upholstered seat on a turned stem and triform supports£80-100
487.    A 19th century Dutch pine cabinet, break front central section, fitted four drawers with turned knob handles, flanked by panelled door cupboards, raised on turned supports£100-150
488.    An 18th century mahogany 'Drunkard's' chair, turned spindle back, sledge feet, upholstered drop in seat£600-800
489.    A French Louis XVI style marquetry and king wood pedestal jardinière, with gilt metal swan mounts hung with gilt chain swags, 88 cm (34 1/2 in) high£300-400
490.    A pair of Victorian carved oak framed single chairs, of Carolean design with cane panelled seats and backs, raised on turned supports and stretchers£100-150
491.    A pair of similar deep seated gentleman's fireside chairs, with red stuffover upholstery, with cabriole supports£100-150
492.    A Victorian walnut and parquet trestle end games table, raised on barley twist supports and turned feet£70-90
493.    A George III inlaid oak two section corner cupboard, each section with double panel doors with dentil cornice above, 112cm (44in) wide£100-150
494.    An Edwardian parquet line inlaid mahogany chest of two short over three long drawers, raised on shaped bracket feet, 106cm (42in) wide£70-90
495.    An early 18th century carved oak dresser base with central open pot cupboard, fitted three frieze drawers and cupboards below, raised on shaped bracket supports, 158cm (62in) wide£200-300
496.    A George IV mahogany chest of two short over three long drawers with turned ebonised handles, raised on bracket supports, 108cm (42 1/2in)£80-120
497.    A George IV mahogany bow front three drawer side table with central kneehole, raised on square tapering supports, 97cm (28in) wide, together with an Arts and Crafts style oak towel rail of plain form, with broad architectural block feet, 96cm (37 3/4in) and two other towel rails£100-150
498.    An Edwardian hide upholstered swivel tub office chair, raised on castored base, together with a George III mahogany drop flap dining table, with internal chamfered square supports, 100cm (34in) wide, a Victorian mahogany drop leaf dining table with turned supports, 90cm (35 1/2in) wide and an Edwardian octagonal walnut centre table, with turned supports and bobbin inset open stretchers, 90cm (35 1/2in) wide£80-120
499.    A late Victorian mahogany twin pedestal tambour top estate desk, the piano roll reveals fitted interior, with eight drawers to base
127cm (50in) wide£300-400
500.    A pair of 19th century Hepplewhite design mahogany bergère open armchairs, with channelled and carved outline, the split cane panel seats with applied blind fret Greek key border, raised on slender cluster column fore supports£400-600
501.    A set of four early 19th century green painted carver chairs, with bull's eye and spindle splats over rush seats, raised on turned supports£300-350
502.    A William IV mahogany 'D' shaped fold-over tea table, with turned supports, 97cm (38in) wide£120-180
503.    A late 19th/early 20th century beech wood captain's armchair, with split cane panel seat, raised on turned supports£70-90
504.    A 19th century Chippendale design mahogany open arm carver chair, with pierced decorative splat back, with drop in seat, together with a set of four 19th century mahogany single dining chairs and a pair of barrel seated mahogany framed single chairs£120-150
505.    An Edwardian mahogany framed three-fold draught screen, each fold set with clear bevel plate glass panels over fabric panels below, 167 cm (65 3/4 in) high£120-150
506.    An Edwardian mahogany triptych framed dressing table mirror, bevel glass over box base fitted two drawers with brass swan handles raised on ogee brackets, 61 cm (24 in) wide£80-120
507.    A 19th century mahogany two drawer side or writing table, fitted brass knob handles, raised on ring turned supports with plain stretchers, 109 cm (43 in) wide£80-120
508.    A George III mahogany breakfront library bookcase, with broken architectural pediment, the base fitted with flame grained blind panel doors, raised on a moulded plinth base, 252 cm (99 in) wide£4000-6000
509.    A George IV figured mahogany breakfast sideboard, fitted one deep cellarette drawer, two shallow flanking and one frieze drawer over a central kneehole, raised on turned supports, 183 cm (72 in)£800-1000
510.    A part George III triple pedestal mahogany dining table, two loose leaf inserts with moulded edge, each pedestal with inverted sabre supports with brass lion's paw castors, 349 cm (138 in) long£500-800
511.    A late 19th century Chinese rosewood lamp table, with simple moulded outline in the Ming style, raised on shaped squared supports£100-120
512.    A set of six Regency design dining chairs, comprising four singles and a pair of open scroll arm castors, pierced bar backs with part sugar cane twist back frame, raised on sabre fore leg supports, upholstered seats£200-300
513.    A Victorian rectangular mahogany tray topped silver table, fitted two frieze drawers with turned supports joined by an undertier, 124 cm (49 in)£120-150
514.    A large Victorian mahogany rectangular centre/library table, with single piece figured top, raised on turned supports with heavy brass cup off set castors, 178 x 116 cm (70 x 46 in) the top£100-150
515.    A late 16th century style Victorian oak turner's chair, with triangular panel seat and carved decoration£200-300
516.    A Victorian Scottish mahogany chest of two short over four long drawers, with carved corbels, raised on a plinth base, 127 cm (50 in) wide£100-150
517.    A late Victorian marquetry inlaid open armchair, with shaped cresting rail, raised on cabriole supports£80-100
518.    An Edwardian walnut side table, with inset tile stretcher, fitted two frieze drawers, 105 cm (41 1/4 in) wide, together with a Victorian mahogany Pembroke table with turned supports£100-150
519.    An Edwardian mahogany twin pedestal kneehole desk, with inset writing surface, fitted nine drawers£150-200
520.    A very large Victorian carved walnut prie dieu, with egg and tongue moulding, raised on lotus capped turned fore supports£100-150
521.    A George III design satinwood occasional table, circular top on a vase turned stem, raised on arched tripod supports with spade feet, hand painted rose swag, ribbon and graduated bell-husk decoration, 40.5 cm (16 in) diameter£300-500
522.    A pair of late 19th century French open arm fauteuil, gilded frames, fabric upholstered seats, back and arm pads£300-500
523.    A Georgian design oak wake table, oval drop leaves on turned frame, 242 cm (95 in)£400-600
524.    A late 17th century oak dresser base, fitted three drawers, fielded panel design with brass handles on turned supports, 211 cm (83 in)£800-1200
525.    A George III pine fully standing corner cupboard, panelled doors with egg and dart moulded decoration, the interior with shaped shelves and a marble platform, 221 cm (87 in) high£400-600
526.    A set of eight Georgian design open arm dining chairs, carved decoration to the cabriole fore legs and serpentine seat front on cross frame stretchers, upholstered seats, backs and arm pads, printed fabric with game birds on an orange ground£300-500
527.    A 19th century Carolean design carved open arm chair, acanthus scroll crest and terminal arms, carved and plain stretchers, cane seat and back panel£150-250
528.    A late George III mahogany snap top occasional table, circular gadrooned rim on vase turned stem with tripod supports having acanthus leaf carved knees and pad feet, 74 cm (29 in) diameter£300-500
529.    A 17th century oak coffer, triple panel carved fruit with chip carved arch decoration, raised on stile end supports, fitted iron carrying handles, 132 cm (52 in) wide£200-300
530.    A 17th century oak coffer, panelled hinged cover over lunette carved front over triple panel, diamond carved decoration, on stile end supports, 117 cm (46 in) wide£200-300
531.    A late Victorian low salon chair, carved decoration on turned fore legs, gold colour button back fabric upholstery and a small two section screen£80-120
532.    An oak occasional table, of Elizabethan design with trestle end turned cup and cover supports with plain stretcher, 71 x 46 cm (28 x 18 in)£70-90
533.    A 19th century mahogany serpentine front fold over games table, baize lined, over single drawer, with baize inner slide revealing partitions below, fitted brass swan neck handles, raised on squared supports, 99 cm (39 in) £600-800
534.    A late 17th century oak serving table, triple plank top with moulded edge, raised on ring turned supports with plain stretchers, 89 x 63 cm (35 x 24 3/4 in)£200-300
535.    A 19th century carved and turned mahogany framed salon chair, burnt orange fabric upholstered seat and back pad£70-90
536.    Two Georgian design wing back easy chairs, on cabriole fore supports, in gold button back fabric with loose cushion seat, the other in coral£220-280
537.    A 17th century oak coffer, chip carved triple panel front on stile end supports, 114 cm (45 in) wide£200-300
538.    A George III carved oak dressing table, fitted long drawer over recessed cupboard flanked by six small drawers, brass tear drop handles, on carved feet, 80 cm (31 1/2 in) wide£300-500
539.    A 19th century mahogany chest, of three long drawers with brass handles, raised on bracket feet, together with an Edwardian mahogany fold over top games table and an oval dressing table mirror on shaped base (3)£150-200
540.    A 19th century mahogany astragal glazed bookcase, raised on bracket feet, 109 cm (43 in) wide£120-180
541.    A Victorian walnut needlework table, fitted frieze drawer over storage slide, raised on turned tapering supports, 65 cm (25 1/2 in)£200-300
542.    A carved camphor wood chest, floral and insect decoration, hinged lid reveals inner tray, carved wood side carrying handles, 93 cm (36 1/2 in) wide£80-120
543.    A 19th century continental carved oak cabinet, fitted cherub mask carved door over drawer, on base with substantial ball and turned supports, 81 cm (32 in) wide
544.    An Edwardian mahogany twin pedestal desk, fitted nine drawers raised on ball and claw feet, 107 cm (42 in) wide, together with an 18th century oak snap top supper table, 82 cm (32 1/2 in) diameter£100-150
545.    A pair of Edwardian mahogany single beds, the ends and headboards with satinwood inlay, 96 cm (38 in) (with iron rails, spring bases and mattresses available)£80-120
546.    An Edwardian American walnut style wardrobe, fitted full length mirror door, hanging cupboard and two cupboard doors with shelves over two short and two long drawers below, with brass fittings, 146 cm (57 1/4 in) wide£200-300
547.    A 19th century Italian European walnut and pine cabinet, with open shelf back, with green man crest, carved masks, exotic creatures and acanthus swirls, fitted drawer and two cupboard doors to base, raised on carved paw feet, 121 cm (47 1/2 in) wide£300-500
548.    A 19th century burr walnut chiffonier, of canted form with break front mirrored central door, flanked by panelled doors, with grey veined white marble top, on closed plinth base£500-700
549.    A set of four 19th century mahogany hall chairs, scroll panel backs with blind shield cartouche, plank seats, raised on turned tapering fore supports£200-300
550.    A Victorian mahogany two drawer side or writing table, raised on turned tapering supports, 115 cm (45 in) wide£80-120
551.    A late Victorian mahogany bookcase, glazed upper section on base fitted frieze drawer and two cupboard doors, 111 cm (43 1/2 in) wide£100-150
552.    A George III oak snap top supper table, raised on turned stem and triform supports, 92 cm (36 in) diameter£120-180
553.    A 19th century polescreen, inset raised woolwork floral panel on rosewood Trafalgar base, with squat bun feet, the hexagonal panel 45.5 cm (18 in) across£80-120
554.    A 19th century mahogany fold-over card table, raised on hexagonal stem and platform base, 91 cm (36 in) wide, together with a 19th century pine single door corner cupboard, 71 cm (28 in) wide and a 19th century mahogany invalid table£80-120
555.    A George III oak candle stand, dished top on turned stem with arched triform supports, 83 cm (32 1/2 in) high£80-120
556.    A William IV mahogany framed open arm library chair, scroll terminals to the arms, turned fluted fore supports and carved outswept rear supports£200-300
557.    A 19th century rosewood pier cabinet, fitted single glazed door, gilt metal mounts, with marble top on ebonised closed base£80-120
558.    A Victorian nursing chair, raised on turned fore supports, in green button back upholstery and a standard lamp carved with chinoiserie decoration £60-80
559.    A late 17th century oak board form chest, front with arched frieze decoration, raised on high panel supports, 85 cm (33 1/2 in)£100-150
560.    A George III oak bureau, the fall opens to reveal a fitted interior of pigeon holes, drawers and a central cupboard over base fitted drawers with brass swan neck handles, (the top box drawers act as lopers supporting the writing fall), raised on bracket feet, 92cm (36in) wide£100-150
561.    A part 17th century carved oak cupboard dresser, the three sections fitted doors, drawers and open cupboards, raised on stile supports, 128cm (50in) wide£200-300
562.    A George III oak full front writing bureau, with fitted interior, above four long drawers, raised on oak bracket supports, 102cm (40in) wide£200-300
563.    A North Country George III crossbanded mahogany chest of two short over three long drawers, raised on slender splay bracket feet, 118cm (42 1/2in) wide, together with a set of four Edwardian oak dining chairs, with shaped stuffover upholstered backs, raised on plain tapering supports£80-120
564.    A George III mahogany framed wall mirror, a plain frame with string inlay, inset an early glass plate, plate size 53 x 42cm (21 x 16 1/2in) £80-100
565.    A late Victorian nursing chair£60-80
566.    Linley, a rippled sycamore and American walnut fall-front bureau bookcase, the upper section with a pair of arched glazed panel doors, the base with fitted interior over three long drawers, raised on splayed supports, stamped 'Linley' throughout, 89cm (35in) wide£1000-1500
567.    An Edwardian mahogany writing bureau, satinwood crossbanded, the fall inlaid shell paterae opens to reveal fitted interior of pigeon holes and drawers, over base fitted three drawers with brass handles, raised on bracket feet, 61cm (24in) wide£70-90
568.    A late Victorian American walnut lady's writing table, with inset writing surface, fitted a kneehole, frieze and flanking drawer, raised on turned and castored supports, 101cm (39 1/2in) wide£70-90
569.    An Edwardian salon easy chair, raised on squared tapering and fluted fore supports, with castors, upholstered in a pale blue self patterned fabric£100-150
570.    A late Victorian oak framed open arm masters chair, raised on substantial bobbin turned supports with H stretcher, upholstered seat, back and arm pads close buttoned in deep red simulated hide£100-150
571.    A Louis Phillipe flame mahogany library bookcase, elegant S scrolls pediment over adjustable open shelves, set back on a base fitted four cupboard doors, raised on block feet, 236cm (93in) wide, 233cm (91 1/2in) high, 51cm (20in) deep£800-1200
572.    An Edwardian mahogany sideboard, of Georgian design, satin wood and string inlaid, bowed central section, fitted two drawers with brass ring handles, fitted flanking cupboard doors, raised on squared tapering spade foot supports, 168cm (66in) wide, the back with fittings for a framework superstructure now no longer fitted£70-90
573.    A part 17th century oak and elm refectory table, with planked top and clamped construction, raised on stretchered frame base with slender turned cup and cover supports, 180 x 94 cm (71 x 37 in)£800-1000
574.    A set of six Victorian carved oak Carolean style side chairs, with split cane panel seats and carved and pierced back splats with barley twist supports, raised on turned supports joined by cross stretchers£400-500
575.    Late 18th/early 19th century stripped pine barrel topped marriage chest, probably Dutch or Swedish, 104 cm (41 in) wide£250-300
576.    Late 17th century oak oval gate leg table of unusually broad proportions, with planked top, fitted a single frieze drawer, raised on bobbin turned frame, 135 cm (53 in) long
577.    A late 17th century oak court cupboard, with massive inverted baluster columns, fitted two pairs of carved doors, 165 cm (65 in) wide£700-900
578.    A mid 17th century oak three panel coffer, with stop flute carved frieze, 134 cm (53 in) wide£250-300
579.    A Dutch late 18th century walnut pier cabinet, fitted a pair of geometrically moulded cupboard doors, raised on shaped bracket feet, 91cm (35 3/4in)£250-300
580.    A Dutch late 18th century oak and walnut cabinet with four short drawers over a pair of geometrically moulded cupboard drawers, 102cm (40in)£250-300
581.    An early 20th century oak twin pedestal writing desk, fitted nine drawers with decorative brass hinges, 137cm (54in) wide£80-120
581A.   A late George III mahogany two door hanging press, with four faux drawers to base, raised on shaped bracket supports£150-250
582.    A 19th century staddle stone with cap, 46cm (18in) diameter, together with a 19th century staddle stone (without cap), 69 cm (27 in) high, £80-120
583.    A 19th century horseshoe shaped shallow carved stone sink, 62cm (24 1/2in)£70-90
584.    A 19th century horseshoe shaped carved stone sink, 61cm (24in)£70-90
585.    A large 19th century horseshoe shaped stone sink, 64cm (25in)£70-90
586.    A 19th century demi-lune carved stone sink, 54cm (21in)£70-90
587.    A 19th century horseshoe shaped carved stone sink , 47cm (18 1/2in)£70-90
588.    A 19th century carved stone finial, quatrefoil roof effect top, inscribed 'Hope Cottage', 30cm (12in) £70-90