Antiques plus Silver, Jewellery & Watches and Fine Wines Sale
on Friday 1st December 2017

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1.      An Art Deco Lalique "Charmes" Clear and Frosted Glass Plafonnier, the chains with four hanging panels, all-over moulded foliage design, moulded R. Lalique and etched France, 34cm diameter. £400-600
2.      A Swarovski Crystal Figure of Columbine, the second in the Masquerade series, issued 2000, designed by Gabriele Stamey, in original box with certificate, stand and plaque. £40-60
3.      A Swarovski Crystal Figure of Pegasus, the third in the Fabulous Creatures series, designed by Adi Stocker, 15cm long, boxed, with certificate. £40-60
4.      A Swarovski Crystal Figure of Pierrot, the first in the Masquerade series, issued 1999, designed by Adi Stocker, 20cm high, in original box with certificate, stand and plaque. £40-60
5.      A Late XIX Century Cranberry Glass Epergne, the circular bowl with wavy rim holding a central flute and four smaller, each with applied clear frilled decoration, 29cm diameter. £50-80
6.      Three Late XIX Century Green Glass Dumps, with tear drop insets, 13cm to 15.5cm high. (3) £40-60
10.     A Clarice Cliff Newport Pottery Coffee Service, in the 'Daffodil' shape, the cream grounds painted in concentric bands of yellow and brown, comprising coffee pot and cover, cream jug, sugar bowl and six coffee cups and saucers, printed marks. (16) £150-200
11.     A Mid XX Century Royal Dux Model of a Prowling Tiger, paper label, 50cm long; A Burleigh Ware 'Pied Piper' Jug, and another with colourful bird handle. (3) £40-60
12.     A Mid XIX Century Brampton Brown Salt Glazed Stoneware Two Handled Loving Cup, applied with a hunting scene and drinking figures, £50-80
13.     A Mid XIX Century Brampton Brown Salt Glazed Stoneware Harvest Jug, applied with a hunting scene, silver plated mounts and handle; Another, with greyhound handle and similar applied hunting scene, 21cm high. (2) £70-100
14.     A Late XIX Century Copeland Pottery Part Dessert Service, printed and painted in the Imari palette with flowering shrubs within a gilt scrollwork and foliate border, printed and impressed marks, comprising one low tazza, one high tazza and six plates, 21cm diameter.(8) £30-40
15.     A Mid XIX Century Brampton Brown Salt Glazed Stoneware Jar, applied with the Royal Crest below a vacant banner and flowers, 24cm high; A Cylindrical Storage Jar and Cover, 29cm high. (2) £30-50
16.     A Mid XIX Century Brampton Brown Salt Glazed Stoneware Coffee Pot and Cover, applied with dogs and a pheasant within a floral border, 27cm high; Two Plain Examples. (4) £40-60
17.     A Mid XIX Century Brampton Brown Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug, applied with windmill, scrollwork and a gentleman leaning on a barrel, greyhound handle, 9cm high; Two Further Mugs, similar and four jugs. (7) £50-80
18.     A Mid XIX Century Barge Ware Teapot and Cover, with teapot finial, applied with flowers and inscribed "A Present to a Friend", against a treacle glazed ground, 28cm high; Two Others, 20cm and 36cm high. (4) £60-80
19.     A Pair of Late XIX Century Dutch Tin Glazed Chargers, painted in blue with an elaborate design of flowers and foliage, 33cm diameter; A Modern Chinese Dish, 25cm diameter. (3) £60-80
20.     A Mid XIX Century Brampton Brown Salt Glazed Stoneware Barrel, applied with the Royal Crest below a vacant banner and flowers beside lions and knights on horseback, 27cm high. £70-100
21.     A Mid XIX Century Brampton Brown Salt Glazed Stoneware Barrel, applied with the Royal Crest below a vacant banner and flowers beside lions and fruiting vine borders, 29cm high. £60-80
22.     A Mid XIX Century Brampton Brown Salt Glazed Stoneware Teapot and Cover, of plain globular form, 18cm high; A Coffee Pot and Cover, applied with floral sprays, 17cm high.x
£30-50
23.     A Mid XIX Century Saltglazed Stoneware Mug, applied with a hunting scene, 12cm high; A Jelly Mould, Tobacco Jar and Teapot Stand etc. (11) £20-30
24.     A Pair of Royal Doulton Stoneware Vases, designed by Florrie Jones, of slightly ovoid form, brown/dark green ground with raised stylised floral decoration, impressed mark Royal Doulton England and numbered 8121, incised FJ artist monogram, 24.5cms high. (2) £60-80
25.     A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Plate, painted in panels with sprays of summer flowers within a gilt decorated dark blue ground and gadrooned rim, date code for 1908, 25cm diameter. £30-50
26.     A Pair of Late XIX Century Royal Dux Pottery Figures, modelled as a lady and gentleman, he holding a ships wheel, she looking keeping watch, upon rocky circular bases, shape number 1836 and 1837, pink triangle marks, 44cm and 47cm high. (2) £70-100
27.     A Royal Worcester Porcelain Vase, of two handled ovoid footed form, the central panel painted by John Stinton, signed, with cattle drinking from a river in a wooded landscape, within gilt decorated blush ivory borders, shape number 2330, date code for 1903, 32cm high. £500-800
28.     A Pair of Royal Worcester Porcelain Vases and Covers, (finials detached), of two handled extended ovoid form raised on circular bases, painted C.H.C. Baldwyn, signed, with pigeons and doves before cottages within elaborately moulded borders, shape number 1764, date code for 1906, 38cm high. £1000-1500
29.     A Modern Porcelain Two Handled Campana Shaped Vase, decorated in the Imari palette with elaborate flowers and foliage, the part fluted bowl raised on paw feet and a circular base, psuedo Derby mark, 35cm high. £30-50
30.     An Early/Mid XX Century German Porcelain Model of a Shepherd Standing Knitting Beside Three Sheep, upon a grassy oval base, blue crossed swords mark, 34.5cm high, 45cm long. £40-60
31.     A Pair of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Old Imari 1128 Baskets, of shaped oval single handled form, printed marks, date codes for 2005 and 2006, 28cm long. (2) £70-100
32.     A Pair of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Old Imari 1128 Vases, of lobed baluster form, printed marks, date code for 2004, 21cm high. (2) £120-180
33.     A Pair of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Old Imari 1128 Candlesticks, the tapered columns raised on square dolphin moulded bases, printed marks, 27.5cm high. (2) £150-250
34.     A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Old Imari Pattern 1128 Vase, of lobed ovoid form with frilled neck, printed marks, date code for 2010, 24.5cm high. £80-120
35.     A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Old Imari 1128 Ewer, on flattened pear shaped single handed form, raised on a leaf moulded base, printed marks, date code for 1985, 28cm high. £70-100
36.     A Pair of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Old Imari 1128 Tea Caddies and Covers, with acorn finials, printed marks, date code for 2010, 23cm high. £100-150
37.     A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Old Imari 1128 Tea Caddy, of cylindrical form with acorn finial, printed marks, date code for 2009, 20cm high. £50-80
38.     Six Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Old Imari 1128 Mugs, of tapered form, printed marks, date code for 1999, 9.5cm high. (6) £70-100
39.     A Moorcroft Pottery Flambé Two-Handled Vase, of 'U' shaped form, raised on a circular foot, painted in the Blackberry and Leaf pattern on a burnt orange ground, signed W Moorcroft in blue, impressed marks, 19cm high. £250-350
40.     Seven Wilkinson Pottery Toby Jugs of Allied War Leaders 1915-1919, designed by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould (1844-1925), comprising:- Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George (1915) holding a shell inscribed "Shell Out"; Admiral Jellicoe (1915) holding a jug inscribed "Hell Fire Jack"; Admiral Beaty (1917) holding a shell inscribed "Dread Naught"; Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig (1917) seated upon a Mark IV tank titled "Push and Go"; Field Marshall Joffre (1918) with a 75mm shell inscribed "Ce que J'Offre"; Marshall Foch (1918) with a foaming champagne bottle inscribed "Au Diable Le Kaiser"; President Woodrow Wilson (1918) sitting astride a bi-plane titled "Welcome Uncle Sam", all with facsimile Carruthers Gould signature and retailed by Soane & Smith stamp. (7) £1200-1800
41.     A Pair of Royal Worcester Porcelain Vases, of elongated lobed form raised on leaf moulded blush ivory and gilt stems and circular feet, painted by James Stinton, signed, with pheasants in wooded landscapes, printed marks, date code for 1914, 22cm high. (2) £300-500
42.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the Figgy Pudding pattern, designed by Emma Bossons, shape 869/6, numbered edition, 31, painted and impressed marks, 15.5cm high. £180-220
43.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of inverted baluster form, painted in the 'Trial' Full Fathom Five pattern, designed by Vicky Lovatt, shape 42/12, painted, impressed and dated 19.02.16, 30.5cm high. £300-350
44.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of inverted baluster form, painted in the Talwin pattern, designed by Nicola Slaney, shape 121/14, impressed and painted marks, 36cm high. £180-220
45.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of inverted baluster form, painted in the Little Gem pattern, designed by Kerry Goodwin, limited edition number 51/75, shape 75/10, impressed and painted marks, 27cm high. £180-220
46.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of pear shape form, painted in the 'Trial' Stargazer pattern, designed by Vicky Lovatt, shape 117/9, impressed and painted marks, 24cm high. £200-240
47.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the Forever England pattern, designed by Vicky Lovatt, shape 80/6, impressed and painted marks, 16.5cm high. £100-140
48.     A Moorcroft Pottery Twin Handled Vase, painted in the Paradise Found pattern, designed by Vicky Lovatt, shape 27/10, impressed and painted marks, 25.5cm high. £130-160
49.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of bulbous form, painted in the Londinium pattern, designed by Nicola Slaney, impressed and painted marks, 10cm high. £100-140
50.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the Otley Bluebell pattern, designed by Rachel Bishop, numbered edition 194, shape 80/6, impressed and painted marks. £80-120
51.     A Peggy Davies Erotic Porcelain Figure "Sexual Passion", in red colourway, an artist proof by John Michael, painted marks, 26cm long. £140-180
52.     A Beswick Pottery Huntsman on a Rearing Bay Horse, modelled by Arthur Gredington, shape number 868, printed and impressed marks, 24cm high; Together with Two Hounds. (3) £50-70
53.     A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight Modelled as an Octopus, an exclusive gold signature limited edition, number 199/2500, 2004, with certificate, gold stopper, 11.5cm diameter. £40-60
54.     A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight Modelled as a Duck Billed Platypus, a signature edition from the Australian Collection only available during 2000, gold stopper, with certificate, 16cm long. £20-30
55.     A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight Modelled as a Toad, limited edition No. 1590/3500, 2007, gold stopper, with certificate, gold stopper, 8cm high. £40-60
56.     A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight Modelled as an Otter, a gold signature edition commissioned by the Guild of China and Glass Retailers, 2001, with certificate, gold stopper, 7cm high. £25-40
57.     A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight Modelled as a Farmyard Hen, limited edition No. 3575/5000, 2004, with certificate, gold stopper, 8cm high. £30-50
58.     A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight Modelled as a Green Winged Teal, an exclusive edition for the Collector's Guild, 2005, gold stopper, 12cm high. £25-35
59.     A Royal Crown Derby Imari Porcelain Egg on Stand, 1128 pattern, date code for 1995, printed mark, 8cm high. £40-60
60.     A Caverswall China Loving Cup Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Founding of the State of Western Australia 1829-1979, No 38 of a limited edition of 50 commissioned by the Commemorative Collector's Society, with certificate, 25.5cm high. £30-50
61.     Six Royal Crown Derby Imari Porcelain Eggs, from the Eggs of the World series, Greece, Russia, India, Italy, Japan and England, all with date code for 1993, each on circular stand, 8.5cm high. (6) £60-100
62.     Three Royal Doulton Flambé Veined Vases, shape 1614, 15cm high, 1613, 17cm high and 1606, 11.5cm high, all black printed mark. (3) £60-100
63.     An Early XX Century Austrian Majolica Pottery Dish, of circular form, moulded in relief with gnomes in playful poses between scrolling flowers and foliage in shades of blue, cream and brown, impressed marks, 30cm high. £20-30
64.     A Pair of Royal Worcester Aesthetic Movement Pottery Ewers, the turquoise scale grounds with applied brown and gilt lizard handles, within Greek key pattern rims, impressed marks, 30.5cm high. (2) £400-600
65.     A Derby Porcelain Cabaret Service, painted in panels with named landscape scenes within pale blue and gilt grounds, crown and 'D' mark in blue, comprising a two handled oval tray, teapot and cover, milk jug, covered sugar bowl and a teacup and saucer, (damages). (8) £150-200
66.     A Pair of Walton Pearlware Pottery Figures of Musicians, she playing the tambourine, he the trumpet, upon encrusted oval mound bases, impressed strap marks, 16 -17cms high; A Pair of Pearlware Figures, entitled 'Summer' and 'Winter', on stepped square bases, bearing Hyam & Co. labels,13.5cm high; A Pearlware Figural Vase. (5) £50-80
67.     A Pair of XIX Century Chelsea Style Porcelain Figural Candlesticks, modelled as a lady and gentleman, both seated beside a dog, she with a basket of flowers, he a posy, elaborate bocage backgrounds and raised gilt scrolling pierced square bases, 17cm high. (2) £80-120
68.     A Chelsea Style Porcelain Figure, modelled as a Scottish gentleman upon a floral encrusted circular base, bearing Edmondson Collection labels, 11cm high; A Meissen Style Figure of a Lady, from 'The Cries of London' series, 13cm high. (2) £80-120
69.     An XVIII Century Worcester Porcelain Tea Bowl and Saucer, printed in black with the 'Tea Party' pattern; A Worcester Tea Bowl and Saucer, printed in puce with a couple serenaded by musicians; A Tea Bowl and Saucer, painted with exotic birds within a blue border and two Worcester blue and white saucers. (8) £40-60
70.     A White Star Line Fluted Oval Pottery Dish, retailed by Stonier & Co. Ltd., Liverpool, red flag trademark to centre within a turquoise, brown and gilt lapet leaf border, 21 x 25.5cm. £250-300
71.     A Clarice Cliff Newport Pottery Vase, of ribbed ovoid form, moulded with pink, purple and blue flowers against an ivory ground with blue rim, printed and impressed marks, 21cm high. £30-40
72.     A 1930's Shelley Porcelain Coffee Service in the "Sunset and Tall Trees" Pattern, in black and yellow, Queen Anne shape, printed marks, comprising coffee pot and cover, sugar bowl, milk jug and six coffee cups and saucers. (16) £200-300
73.     A Clarice Cliff Pottery Flower Trough, shape number 731, painted in the 'Taormina' pattern of a stylised landscape with a tree on a coastal cliff top, large script signature, 17.5cm long. £40-60
74.     An Early XIX Century Prattware Toby Jug, the seated toper holding a jug of ale on his left knee, a pipe beside him, wearing a sponged ochre and blue coat, yellow breeches and brown hat and shoes, the shaped rectangular base with wavy blue band, 24.5cm high. £200-300
75.     A Mid XX Century Copenhagen Porcelain Model of Two Pointer Puppies, each with brown patches, designed by Erik Nielsen, signed, printed and painted marks, 14.5cm high. £50-80
76.     An Early XIX Century Derby Porcelain Porter Mug, painted in red, pink and purple with floral sprigs and gilt foliage, within a similar scrolling border, red painted crown and 'D' mark, 13cm high. £50-80
77.     A Royal Worcester Porcelain Flat Handled Jug, the blush ivory grounds printed and painted with floral sprays, gilt border and handle, shape number 1094, date code for 1902, 21cm high; Another, smaller, similarly decorated, 14cm high. (2) £60-80
78.     A Royal Dux Pottery Model of a Seated Dog, upon a rocky green rectangular base, shape number 2346, pink triangle mark, 23cm high. £25-35
79.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of tapered baluster form, painted in the flambé Orchid pattern, WM signature in blue, impressed marks, 21cm high. £200-300
80.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of tapered baluster form, painted in the Anemone pattern with pink and purple flowers against a blue/green ground, WM signature in blue, impressed marks, 15.5cm high. £50-80
81.     A Royal Doulton Figure of "Yum Yum", HN 1268, from the Mikado series, designed by L. Harradine 1928-1936, in pink and cream, green printed mark and handpainted "Potted by Doulton", 12.7cm high. £150-250
85.     A Late XIX Century Japanese Carved Ivory Okimono, in the form of a rat and six young rats, playing beside a barrel, 11cm long; Another, carved as three monkeys holding a fruiting branch, 11cm high. (2) £100-150
86.     A Chinese Provincial Tek Sing Cargo Pottery Bowl, of ogee shape, painted in blue with a central rabbit design within a panelled border, 17cm diameter, with certificate and label; Four Further Bowls, each with Tek Sing label. (5) £50-80
87.     A Chinese Provincial Tek Sing Cargo Pottery Dish, painted in blue with a phoenix, 17.5cm diameter, with certificate and label; Four Further Dishes and a Bowl, with with the Tek Sing label. (6) £50-80
88.     A Chinese Provincial Tek Sing Cargo Pottery Spoon, 11cm long, with certificate and label; A Charger, Two Covered Trinket Dishes, Two Bowls, a Dish and a Vase, each with Tek Sing label; together with a book 'Treasures of the Deep'. (11) £30-50
89.     A Mid XX Century Japanese Porcelain Table Lamp, modelled as a Geisha holding a lantern and a fan, wearing a brightly coloured orange and green kimono decorated with gilt and enamelled flowers and birds, brass mounts and fitments, hardwood stand, 61cm high. £120-180
90.     JAPANESE SCHOOL
Pagoda on Rocky Coastline in a mountainous landscape, painting on fabric,
36.5 x 57cm. £15-30
91.     A Late XIX Century Chinese Pottery Blue and White Vase, of ovoid form with tapered neck and elephant mask handles, painted with scrolling flowers and foliage, four character mark, 25.5cm high; A Pair of Japanese Satsuma Pottery Vases, of shaped footed form, with elephant mask handles, decorated with figures on terraces and in garden settings within elaborate gilt decorated grounds, 15cm high, on hardwood stands. (5) £50-70
92.     A Pair of Late XIX Century Canton Ivory Glove Stretchers, carved in shaped oval cartouches with figures amongst pagodas and trees against an all-over geometric design, 24cm long. £50-80
93.     A Pair of Early XX Century Japanese Embroidered Silk Pictures, depicting birds amongst flowering shrubs, framed and glazed, 55 x 40cm. £50-80
94.     A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Figure, carved as a Sage holding a long staff, hardwood base, 17.5cm high; A Japanese Ivory Figure, carved as a gentleman holding a fan, beside an oni mask, a monkey perched on his shoulder, hardwood base, 12.5cm; Two Netsuke and a Silver Handled Ivory Page Turner. (5) £60-80
95.     A Late XIX Century Japanese Two-Handled Vase, of baluster form with spreading neck, painted in multi-coloured enamels with cranes and geese amongst flowering shrubs, with elaborate gilt borders of turtles, birds and phoenix, 45.5cm high; A Pair of Japanese Imari Vases, decorated with birds, trees and flowering shrubs, 19cm high. (3) £50-80
96.     A Late XIX Century Chinese Cast Iron Teapot, Cover and Stand, with a glass liner, the teapot of compressed circular form, decorated with wide bands of roundels, 17cm high. £25-35
97.     A Late XIX Century Chinese Hardwood Jardinére Stand, the circular top with beadwork decoration, rouge marble inset, on carved cabriole legs united by stretchers, 48cm high, 41cm wide. £100-200
98.     A Late XIX Century Canton Ivory Card Case, of shaped rectangular form, elaborately carved in relief with flowers, the reverse with figures, amongst pagodas and trees, with vacant cartouche, 11.5 x 7.5cm. £200-300
99.     A Late XIX Century Japanese Pottery Bowl, of circular form, decorated in the Imari palette, the interior with panels of flowers and fish within an elaborate scrolling and fish border, the exterior with flowers, character marks to base, 31cm diameter. £60-80
100.    A Late XIX Century Chinese Jar and Wooden Cover, of ovoid form, painted with a bird perched on a flowering peony branch, the reverse with caligraphy, 31cm high. £40-60
101.    A Chinese Casket, of rectangular form, allover detailed in relief, the hinged lid with latch style clasp, raised on bracket feet, 24.5cms wide, 20.5cms high. £150-200
102.    A Chinese Box, of shaped design, allover detailed in relief to the front, the side with strap loops and removable panel back, 18.8cms high, together with a protective fabric cover. £70-100
103.    A Chinese Conch Shell, with applied detail in relief, depicting sinuous dragon and animals, with collet set highlights, 21.5cms long. £30-50
104.    A Chinese Turned Hardwood Bowl, with applied decoration in relief, depicting animals and scrolls, with sinuous dragon to the underside, 17.2cms diameter. £30-50
105.    A Chinese Lidded Pot, (possibly resin lined) allover detailed in relief with sinuous dragons and animals, with collet set highlights, the pull off cover with circular collet set cabochon finial, 15.5cms high. £30-50
106.    A Charger, of shaped circular form, pierced and detailed in relief with exotic birds, flowers and Chinese Koi carp, 39.5cms diameter. £70-100
107.    A Late XIX Century Chinese Needle Case, the ivory panels carved to the front with flowers and fruit, the reverse with a crest, leather spine and silk interior, 10 x 7cm; A Plain Ivory Bangle. (2) £30-50
108.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Pottery Vase, of shaped square form, painted in panels with figures and birds amongst flowering shrubs within blue and gilt borders, 29cm high. £40-60
109.    A XIX Century Chinese Ebonised Three-Fold Screen, the shaped top with 'C' scroll decoration to glazed silk panels applied with embroidered floral sections, above deep blue silk panels embroidered with octopus and other sea creatures, 182cm high, 183cm wide. £100-140
111.    A British Railways (Southern Region) Poster "Service to Industry", showing the new ore discharging plant at General Terminus Quay, Glasgow, printed by McCorquodale, Glasgow, c.1960, 126 x 200cm. £50-60
112.    A Western Region Railway Poster, "Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash", showing the locomotive Whittington Castle crossing the bridge, designed by Terence Cuneo, c.1959, trimmed, 99 x 124cm. £70-100
113.    AFTER ERIC RAVILIOUS
Restaurant and Grill Room, giclée print on cotton rag, from a series of twenty-four from the 'High Street', numbered in pencil 25/850 lower right margin, Book Room Art Press blindstamp,
17.7 x 12.6cm;
Another, Theatrical Properties, from the same series, 18/850,
17.5 x 14cm. (2) £30-50
114.    MORDEN (Robt.)
Staffordshire, a hand coloured engraved map, framed and glazed,
42 x 36cm;
Another, A Moules English Counties Map of Worcestershire,
27 x 20cm. (2)
£25-35
115.    •AFTER FREDERICK CECIL JONES (1891-1956) (ARR)
A Joiners Shop, etching, signed in pencil and dated 1911,
14 x 18.2cm,
A Pencil Portrait, by the same hand, and drawing of a guinea pig attributed to the artist, with letter of provenance. £60-100
116.    •AFTER LAWRENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976) (ARR)
Lancashire League Cricket Match, limited edition print, numbered 187/850, Adam Collection blind stamp,
33 x 66cm. £250-350
117.    JAILLOT (H)
Les Isles Britannique, hand coloured engraved map, framed and glazed,
49 x 60cm. £40-60
120.    •DAVID COX (1783-1859)
Canal Lock with Cottages and Angler, signed and dated 1849 lower left, watercolour heightened with bodycolour and scratching out,
37 x 52cm. £400-600
121.    •FRED TAYLOR (1875-1962) (ARR)
Dunster Castle, watercolour, signed lower left, unframed,
21 x 28.5cm. £100-150
122.    TAKATA (Possibly K.B)
Farm by Tranquil River, with three boats at sunset, watercolour, signed lower right,
31.5 x 48.5cm £30-60
123.    WILLIAM MORRIS WYLLIE (1820-1895)
Springtime in Southern Spain, watercolour, signed lower right 'W. Wylie',
23.5 x 34cm;
Another, An Andalusian Fruit Vendor, signed lower left, a pair. (2) £80-120
124.    JOHN HAMILTON GLASS (Scottish, 1890-1925)
Dutch Canal Scene, watercolour, signed lower right,
27.5 x 19.5cm. £50-80
125.    FREDERICK THOMAS UNDERHILL (Fl. 1848-1870)
Still Life of Black Grapes and Peaches, watercolour, signed lower right 'F.T. Underhill',
18 x 23.5cm. £60-80
126.    JOHN GUTTRIDGE SYKES (Sheffield Artist, 1866-1941)
Wigtwizle, Yorks, watercolour, signed lower left,
12 x 17cm;
Another, by the same hand, Cornwall, watercolour, signed in initials lower right,
12 x 15cm;
Another, (unsigned), Whitby, watercolour,
23.5 x 33.5cm. (3) £50-80
127.    JOHN GUTTRIDGE SYKES (Sheffield Artist, 1866-1941)
The Stack Yard, Thorpe, Lincolnshire, watercolour, signed lower right,
25 x 33cm. £50-80
128.    FRANK SALTFLEET (British, 1860-1937)
Shire Horses Ploughing, watercolour, signed and dated 1900 lower left,
34 x 50cm. £70-100
129.    •JOHN ERNEST AITKEN (1881-1957) (ARR)
Scottish East Coast Harbour with Fishing Boats, watercolour, signed lower right,
49.5 x 33.5cm. £200-300
130.    JAMES ROBERTSON MILLER (1880-1912)
Dinant on the Meuse, watercolour, signed lower left,
17.5 x 26.5cm. £200-300
131.    •JAMES WALTER GOZZARD (1888-1950) (ARR)
Rural Landscape with Figures on a Track, watercolour, signed lower right,
34.5 x 44.5cm. £100-150
132.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) (ARR)
West Street, Sheffield, watercolour, signed bottom right, Hibbert Brothers Gallery label verso and original receipt,
50 x 74cm. £800-1200
133.    •TERRY GORMAN (Sheffield Artist, b.1935) (ARR)
The Stag Hotel, Psalter Lane c.1946, watercolour, signed inscribed and dated (19)84, lower edge,
26 x 39cm. £80-120
134.    •BRUNO EMILE LAURENT (French, b.1928) (ARR)
Square before Montmartre, Paris, watercolour, signed lower left,
25 x 34cm. £150-200
135.    DAVID ROBERTS (1796-1864)
Welsh Mountain Scene, pencil and watercolour, indistinctly titled and dated lower left, unsigned,
29 x 44cm. £40-60
136.    GEORGE OYSTON (1861-1937)
At Dittisham, Devon, watercolour, signed lower left and dated 1928,
26 x 36cm;
Another, a pair, signed lower right. (2) £50-80
137.    HASSAM EL YASHMID (ALSO KNOWN AS VICTOR E. PICKUP) (Fl. 1900-1930)
A Temple of the East, watercolour, signed lower right,
25 x 45cm;
Another, An Eastern City, a pair. (2) £40-60
140.    W.T. (English School, XX Century)
Children Paddling, with a toy boat, oil on canvas, signed in initials W.T.,
49 X 60cm. £40-60
141.    •JEF LOUIS VAN LEEMPUTTEN (Belgian, 1865-1948) (ARR)
Three Horses Ploughing, a dog running alongside, oil on canvas, signed lower left,
69 x 100cm. £400-600
142.    J. NOBLE (British School, Late XIX Century)
Animals at Rest in a Scottish Mountainous Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
58 x 103cm. £300-500
143.    ENGLISH SCHOOL (XIX Century)
Boats on a Choppy Sea by a Harbour, oil on board,
11 x 16cm;
H.R.W.
Houses in a Continental Landscape,
11 x 8.5cm. (2) £50-80
144.    •JOHN SPENCER (1925-2000) (ARR)
Padley Woods, oil on canvas, signed lower left,
49 x 76cm. £25-35
145.    •JAVIER MULIO (Spanish, b.1957) (ARR)
Green Grapes with Sparkling Wine, oil on board, signed lower right, "Wildgoose Gallery" and "The Davie Gallery" labels verso,
29 x 18.5cm. £600-800
146.    •JAVIER MULIO (Spanish, b.1957) (ARR)
Orange Juice and Glass, oil on board, signed lower right, "The Davie Gallery" label verso,
28 x 18cm. £600-800
147.    HAYNES KING R.B.A. (1831-1904)
Cottage Interior, with a woman sewing beside chickens, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1864 lower left,
36 x 44cm £200-300
148.    JESSICA HAYLLER (1858-1940)
Pink Lilies in a Vase Beside a Window, oil on board, signed lower right,
28 x 17.5cm. £200-300
149.    CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (XIX Century)
The Madonna and Child, in an interior with landscape beyond, oil on canvas, Florentine frame,
80 x 66cm. £100-150
150.    CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (XIX Century)
Cattle Grazing with Figures in a Wooded River Landscape, oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right,
75 x 102cm. £150-250
151.    HENRY THOMAS SCHAFER (British, 1854-1915)
Rue de Bac, Rouen, Normandy, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1875 lower left, titled and with 'The Horner Galleries, Sheffield' label verso, in moulded gilt frame,
49.5 x 75cm. £150-250
152.    HENRY THOMAS SCHAFER (British, 1854-1915)
Fecamp, Normandy, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1875 lower right, titled and with 'The Horner Galleries, Sheffield' label verso, in moulded gilt frame,
49.5 x 75cm. £150-250
153.    •JOHN SANDERSON SANDERSON-WELLS R.I. (British, 1872-1955) (ARR)
An Eastern Favourite, oil, signed lower right, The Horner Galleries label verso,
19 x 14cm;
Another, Day Dreams, a pair. (2) £300-500
154.    MANNER OF GEORGE MORELAND
Horse and a Dog with Figures in a Stable, oil on canvas, signed lower left and dated 1792,
39 x 54cm. £100-200
155.    ENGLISH SCHOOL (Late XX Century)
Countryside Scene, with angler and sheep on track and hay gatherers in the distance, oil on canvas,
90 x 59.5cm. £80-100
157.    A Pair of Early XX Century Gilt Wood Wall Brackets, the shaped shelves with pierced foliate supports, 26cm high. (2) £20-30
158.    A Late XIX Century Oak and Horn Table Top Dinner Gong, the brass gong suspended from plated mounts, the square base with oak handled striker on rest, 43cm high. £50-80
159.    A Late XVIII Century Mahogany Inlaid Knife Box, the sloping lid with shell inlay and shaped serpentine base, interior vacant, 38cm high. £60-80
160.    A Late XIX Century Brass Mounted Wooden Ship's Wheel, with six spokes, 46cm diameter £50-80
161.    An Early XX Century Malacca Walking Cane, the white metal handle cast in the form of a dog's head, 94cm long. £40-60
162.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Apothecary Chest, with brass recessed handle, the two doors opening to reveal three short and two long drawers and fitted with glass bottles and stoppers, 35cm high. £700-1000
163.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Apothecary Chest, with brass carrying handles, the lid opening to reveal fifteen glass bottles and stoppers (one vacant setting), above a single drawer with recessed handle containing weights, a pestle and mortar etc., 22cm high. £250-350
164.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Apothecary Chest, with brass carrying handles, the lid opening to reveal fourteen glass bottles and stoppers and a test tube (one vacant setting) above a single drawer with recessed brass handle, with sliding compartment and further glass bottles and stoppers, scales etc, 25cm high. £300-500
165.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Actor's Make-Up Box, the lid opening to reveal a mirror back and compartments containing powder puff and Leichner sticks, 8cm high. £70-100
166.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Apothecary Chest, with recessed brass handles, the lid opening to reveal seventeen glass bottles and stoppers (five vacant settings), above a single drawer with further bottles and stoppers, brass scales and weights etc., 19.5cm high. £200-300
167.    A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Writing Box, with recessed brass handles and single drawer, the green felt lined interior with two ink bottles, pen tray and a lidded compartment, 18cm high, 41cm long. £60-80
168.    LOT WITHDRAWN - An Early XX Century Malacca Walking Cane, with 9ct gold handle inscribed and dated 1925-26, 92cm long; Another, with ivory and gilt metal handle with cabochon inset. (2) £70-100
169.    LOT WITHDRAWN - A Late XIX Century Walking Cane, with white metal handle cast in the form of a maiden holding a bunch of grapes, 84cm long; A Further Walking Cane, with silver handle; A West Yorkshire Regiment Cane and a Horn Handled Cane. (4) £30-40
170.    A XIX Century Fijian Kiakavo (Gunstock) Club, the curved top with a textured edge with a spur and flared butt, 97cm long. £100-150
171.    An Early XX Century Gledhill of Halifax Shop Till, in a stained wood case, with chrome handle, single drawer, 38 x 60cm. £20-40
172.    A Late XIX Century Two-Handled Spelter Vase, moulded and painted with masks of Bacchus, mounted on alabaster footed base, 37cm high; A Two-Branch Spelter Candelabra, in the classical style, raised on an onyx footed base, 45cm high and a decorative vase, applied with cherubs and flowers, bearing signature in relief A. Foretay after Alfred Jean Fortey (1861-1944), 24.5cm high. (3) £100-150
173.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Brass Candlestick Oil Lamps, elaborately cast and having cranberry etched glass reservoir, fluted pink satin glass shades and clear chimneys, 47cm high. (2) £150-200
174.    A Late XIX Century Footman Trivet, with plain rectangular brass top and cast iron legs and support, 32cm high; Another, with a swing handle, the pierced brass top raised on cast iron legs and supports, 36cm high. (2) £30-50
175.    A Pair of XIX Century Brass Tavern Candlesticks, the columns with a swinging bell on a wheel bracket, raised on circular bases, 29cm high. (2) £50-70
176.    A Late XIX Century Oil Lamp, the brass fluted column with domed Art Nouveau scrolling copper base, opaque pink moulded glass reservoir, etched and frosted pink shade, clear chimney, raised on a stepped black pottery base, 64cm high. £80-120
177.    A Late XIX Century Oil Lamp, the brass fluted column with domed base, opaque pale green glass moulded and painted reservoir decorated with Art Nouveau stylised flowers, etched clear shade and chimney, raised on a stepped black pottery base, 68cm high. £70-100
178.    A Late XIX Century Oil Lamp, the brass Corinthian column with Art Nouveau scrolling base, opaque green glass moulded and painted reservoir decorated with flowers, clear green etched shade and clear chimneys, raised on a stepped green marbled pottery base, 64cm high. £100-150
179.    A Late XIX Century American Framed Gilt Metal Plaque of the Circus Horse "Black Eagle", the corners with leaves, on a black velvet ground, 47 x 63cm. £50-80
180.    A Late XX Century Brass Model of a Pug Dog, in recumbent pose, black wooden rectangular base, 22.5cm long overall. £20-30
181.    A Modern Bronzed Model of a Horse and Jockey, upon an oval mound base and black marble plinth, 52cm high, 62cm long. £30-50
182.    A Modern Bronzed Model of a Retriever, a pheasant in it's mouth, upon a grassy rectangular base, 41cm high, 54cm long. £25-35
183.    An Art Nouveau Gilt Metal Trinket Box and Hinged Cover, of square footed form with bevelled glass panels, the mounts cast with sinuous flowers and scrollwork, with cherub surmount, 20cm square, (damages). £60-80
184.    An Early XX Century Bronze Figure of a Classical Maiden, scantily clad, her arms held across her body, on a naturalistic circular base and wooden stand, signed indistinctly, 81cm high. £100-150
185.    A XIX Century Cold Painted Plaque, depicting Napoleon Bonaparte on horseback, in low relief, taken after David's 'Napoleon Crossing The Alps", 24.5 x 19cm. in heavy cast metal frame with leaf and beadwork decoration. £50-80
186.    A Pair of Art Nouveau Pewter Vases, in the style of Archibald Knox for Liberty, unmarked, cast with stylised foliage on pierced tripod supports, 19cm high. (2) £100-150
187.    An XVIII Century Iron Mug, of simple tapered form,18cm high; An Iron Model of an Antilope and a Holy Water vessel. (3) £30-50
188.    An Early XX Century Glico Super One Gallon Red Line Motor Oil Pyramid Can, 27cm high. £150-200
189.    A Mid XIX Century Stoneware Gnome, of typical form, seated on a tree stump, incised R. Wright, 26cm high. £30-50
190.    NATHANIEL HONE R.A. (1718-1784)
Portrait Miniature of a gentleman, with powdered hair, wearing a grey coat, red waistcoat and white stock, watercolour, signed in monogram and dated 1767, in an ebonised and gilt metal frame,
3 x 2.5cm. £600-800
191.    AFTER ANDREW PLIMER (1763-1839)
Portriat miniature of the three Rushout sisters as The Three Graces, wearing white dresses, one with matching bandeau, watercolour, copper frame,
11 x 14.5cm. £300-500
192.    AFTER SAMUEL SHELLEY (1750-1808)
Portrait miniature of two girls in white dresses, beside a tree, watercolour, gilt metal frame,
7.5 x 6cm. £200-300
193.    Two 2005 Sunshine Collection Limited Edition Coca Cola Bottles, Trevor Nelson and Jonathan Saunders. (Originally sold at Harvey Nichols, Coca Cola donated to the Terrence Higgins Trust during this campaign.) £20-30
194.    A Late XIX Century Fan, the hardwood guard and sticks carved and decorated in gilt with flowers and foliage, the red silk leaf painted with lily of the valley and butterflies, contained in gilt presentation case. £50-80
195.    A Late XIX Century Fan, the bone guard and sticks with carved decoration, the leaf with classical scene of dancing figures holding a garland; 21cm high; Two Others, decorated with flowers. (3) £20-30
196.    An Early XX Century Autograph Album, containing the signatures of Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Margaret Lockwood and many more. £150-200
197.    An Art Nouveau Brass and Green Onyx Desk Standish and Matching Letter Rack, cast with water lilies and sinuous lines, the standish with two inkwells (one with liner) and a pen rest, 19 x 33cm, the letter rack 14cm high. (2) £70-100
198.    A Late XIX Century Red Stained and White Bone Carved and Turned Chess Set, in a mahogany box with sliding lid, height of king, 12.5cm. £70-100
199.    A Late XIX Century Pub Window, etched "Bentleys Old Brewery", within a Greek key pattern border and a painted wooden frame, 104 x 104cm. £40-60
200.    An Early XVIII Century Royal Navy Indenture, between His Grace John Baker of Marlborough and John Kenn, printed and with handwritten annotations regarding the receipt of munition supplied to HMS Lynn, dated 1719; a facsimile letter from Horatio Nelson. (2) £60-80
201.    An Early XX Century Middle Eastern Carpet, the madder ground with central medallions within geometric triangle and diamond pattern guards, worn, 156 x 249cm. £50-80
202.    A Late XIX Century Middle Eastern Rug, the madder ground with gulls and geometric design within banded and patterned guards, worn, 118 x 184cm; Another, with central medallions and rectangular panels within patterned guards, worn. (2) £40-60
203.    A Late XIX Century Middle Eastern Rug, the madder ground with a central band of medallions within geometric design bands, 103 x 149cm; Another, with scrolling panels within geometric patterned guards, worn. (2) £40-60
204.    A Musical Box, in a later oak case, the brass cylinder with a one-piece comb and crank handle, multi start and stop selection levers. £60-80
205.    An Early XX Century Geometry Set, by A.G Thornton, Manchester, contained in an oak box, with lift-out tray fitted with instruments, some with ivory handles. £60-90
206.    An Interesting Collection of Ragg of Sheffield Tuning Forks, including a Stroboscope cased, with Military arrow; five unusual frequency hand forged J. Walker tuning forks; a boxed set of eight blue steel scientific forks and a pair of circa 1930's low frequency forks with adjustable weights, 44cm. £30-50
207.    A Late XIX Century Geometry Set, in a brass bound mahogany box, with lift-out tray containing seventeen various instruments, some with ivory handles. £20-30
208.    Early XX Century L. Oertling Ltd. Chemical Balance Beam Scales, in a glazed mahogany case, bears makers' label and number 27394, 52 x 47cm; together with a cased set of weights. £70-80
209.    An Early XX Century Brass Sextant, by G. Whitbread, London, of lattice form, engraved with maker's name and D39, with magnifier, mirrors and lenses, rosewood handle, paper label to the inside of the mahogany box; together with an instruction book. £120-180
210.    An R & J Beck (London) Compensated Barometer/Altimeter, the silvered dial with outside scale 0/5000, the inside scale 24-31, in an engine turned case with suspension ring loop. £30-50
211.    A XIX Century White Painted Floor Standing Mirror, with a stepped cornice, frieze with floral decoration and column supports, on a stand, 214cm high, 182cm wide. £50-100
212.    A Glass Division Screen, designed by Peter Race for the Royal Hallamshire Hospital Day Case Unit, the twelve panels each measuring 60 x 193cm, depicting musical icons including Ludwig Von Beethoven representing Classical, Dolly Parton representing Country and Bob Dylan representing Folk. (12) £150-200
216.    Dr Gregory: A Father's Legacy His Daughters, printed by A. Strachan and T. Cadell, London 1796, calf and board; Woodward [S.P.]: A Manual of the Mollusca, printed by Lockwood & Co., Ludgate Hill, 1875; Cox [George W.]: Tales of Ancient Greece, printed by C.Kegan Paul and Co., London 1883. (3) £60-80
217.    Cescinsky [Herbert]: English Furniture of the Eighteenth Century, pub by George Sadler and Company Limited, London 1909, cloth and calf binding; Brackett [Oliver] : An Encyclopaedia of English Furniture, pub by Ernest Benn Limited, 1927, cloth binding; Fischer [C.H.]: 'Katalog Sammlung Alt Meissner Porzellan' pub M. Dumont Scahberg, Coln, 1906, cloth and calf binding. (3) £30-50
218.    Dickens [Charles]: The Personal History of David Copperfield, 1st edition, illustrations by H.K. Browne, pub. by Bradbury and Evans, Bouverie Street, 1850, rebound. £30-50
219.    Dickens [Charles]: Bleak House, 1st edition, illustrations by H.K. Browne, pub. by Bradbury and Evans, Bouverie Street, 1853, half calf and marbled boards; Two Others, by the same author, 'The Posthumous Papers' and 'The Pickwick Club'. (3) £30-50
220.    Dickens [Charles]: Dombey and Son, illustrations by H.K. Browne, pub. by Bradbury and Evans, Bouverie Street, 1848, half calf and marbled boards; Dickens [Charles]: Oliver Twist, vols 1-3, cloth boards. (4) £30-50
221.    Taylor [James]: The Pictorial History of Scotland, vols 1 and 2, pub. James S. Virtue, London, 1859, half calf and board. £50-80
222.    Cervantes Saavedra (Miguel de): Don Quixote, illustrations by A.B. Houghton, pub. Frederick Warne & Co., London, no date, half calf and board; Johnson [James]: The Scots Musical Museum, vol 1, pub. by Johnson & Co, Mufie Sellers, half calf and board; Robertson [W]: The History of Scotland, vol 1 and 2; Mackie [Charles]: Historical Description of the Town of Dundee; Edward [Robert]: A Description of the County of Angus. (6) £50-80
223.    Cattermole [Rev. Richard]: The Civil War Charles I and the Parliament, vol II, pub. Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1845, board; Shakespeare [William]: The Plays; Dickens [Charles], vol 14; Melmoth [William]: The Letters of Pliny; Johnson [Dr Samuel]: The Beauties of Johnson; nine other works. (13) £80-120
224.    Burns [Robert]: The Poetical Works of Robert Burns, Dickens [Charles], vols 1-2, pub. John Bumpus, London, 1822, green calf; The Monthly Magazine, 1809, two volumes; nine other works, mainly literature. (13) £30-50
225.    Priestley [J.B]: English Journey, pub William Heinemann Ltd, London, new half leather bound edition, August 1937, 422pp. £20-30
226.    A Script for Television Series Stargate SG-1 'The Torment of Tantalus' Episode, written by Robert Cooper and signed by the scriptwriter, Amanda Topping, Michael (Shanks), Richard Dean Anderson, Don Davis and Christopher Judge, dated June 9th - 23rd 1997. £20-30
227.    Rupert Interest: Three Returned and Corrected Proofs for 'The Pirate Boys', 'Rupert Hears Podgy's Wish' and '50th Rupert Annual', mock up stories, work instruction forms etc. £80-120
228.    The New Naturalist: Nine Volumes, including Finches (1st ed. 1972); British Tits (1st ed. 1979); Mountains and Moorland (1st ed. 1950); Sea Birds (1954) (2); Flower of the Coast (1952); Wild Orchids of Britain (1969); Gower (2006) and Natural History of Pollination (1996), all in dustjackets. (9) £30-50
229.    Hornby [Nick]: High Fidelity, pub Victor Gollancz, 1995 first edition, signed by the author to title page, dj; Green [Graham]: Our Man in Havana, pub William Heinemann, 1958 1st edition, dj; Woolf [Virginia]: Granite & Rainbow, The Hogarth Press, London 1958, 1st edition, dj; The Captain's Death Bed and Other Essays, (1950); The Pargiters (1977) and other contemporary editions, (10) £20-30
230.    The Daily Express Annual - Rupert, 1945, 1947 (two copies), 1949 (two copies) , Wartime Economy Editions, five later hardback editions; Rupert Adventure Series - Rupert and Uncle Bruno, 1949; Rupert Autumn Adventures, 1957; plus one other, conditions various. £50-100
231.    Khayyam [Omar]: Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, presented by Wily Pogany, pub. G. Harrap Ltd, London, sixteen past down colour plates, gilt embossed soft brown suede covers, £15-20
234.    A Dark Brown Mink Jacket; together with a three-quarter length mid brown mink coat. (2) £30-40
235.    A Cream Shaded Mink Cocktail Jacket, with three-quarter length sleeves and three gilt button fastenings. £30-40
236.    *WITHDRAWN*
A Collection of Early to Mid XX Century Ladies Nightdresses and Underwear, an embroidered pink kimono style dressing gown, lace bibs and parasols etc. £30-40
237.    A Mid XX Century Two-Piece Suit, in green openweave fabric, a Baron Peters green check coat dress with emerald green jersey duster coat; Kay Silver crepe blouse, Jaeger tweed blouson jacket , a Continental Couture gold beaded black evening dress and three further evening dresses. £20-40
238.    A Dark Blue Leather and Suede Ankle Length Coat, collarless 'A' line style with 'Reward, London' label; two short coney fur jackets and a dark brown mink jacket (split beneath one arm seam). (4) £30-40
239.    A c.1950's Grey/Green Beaded Dress and Jacket; four 1940's to 1950's ladies dresses. (6) £50-70
240.    A Dark Brown Three-quarter Length Mink Coat; a dark brown squirrel fur stole and a mink scarf. (3) £20-30
241.    A Full Length Mink Coat, shaded brown pelts, retailers label for "Erich Fischer", 120cm long; together with a fox fur tippet, a fur stole and a coney fur jacket. (4) £40-60
242.    A C.1950's Pale Grey Taffeta Cocktail Dress, with cross-over bodice and full circular skirt; a figured cream fabric cocktail dress and a dance dress in olive green with yellow flock flower design to the circular skirt; together with a net underskirt, handknitted bolero cardigan, chiffon jacket and green trilby hat, in a vanity case. £30-50
243.    A Ladies Black Suede and Ponyskin Full Length Coat, with cream mink collar and cuffs; another similar and a full length cream crepe evening gown, heavily embellished with gold beads. (3) £20-30
244.    A Canadian Cream Mink Jacket, with collar, by 'Modern Furs, Hamilton'. £30-40
245.    A C.1900 Cream Silk Two-Piece Wedding Gown, the boned bodice with high neck and pleated detail, inset with embroidered nut panels, the long sleeves similarly detailed, the 'A' line skirt with three applied panels of Lace, both with hook and eye fastenings. £70-100
246.    An Arctic Fox Fur Jacket. £50-80
247.    A Cream Fur Evening Jacket with Ermine Tail Trim; a grey squirrel stole; 1950's Waldybag evening bag and other later handbags. £30-40
248.    A Mulberry Hobo Handbag, in spongy grey leather, plaited leather strap, 35cm long, 32cm high. £100-150
249.    An Early XX Century Cream Silk Christening Gown, pintucked and inset with panels of lace, 89cm long; together with a cream wool christening cape and quilted bootees; plus other later christening gowns etc. £30-40
250.    A Large Collection of Early XX Century Baby's and Children's Dresses, Aprons, Underskirts, Shoes, together with two ladies cotton chemise and blouses etc. in a suitcase. £20-40
251.    A Collection of Vintage Handbags, including 1940's brown alligator, black reptile skin, black patent leather etc. (6) £30-40
252.    A Vintage Gucci Leather and Suede Purse, in olive green with green enamelled logo clasp, in original box. £15-25
253.    A Collection of Fur Collars, Scarves, Hats etc. £10-15
254.    A Pair of Chanel Ladies Sunglasses, white frames with metal arms, in original black quilted hard case and box. £30-50
255.    A Louis Vuitton Ladies Wallet, in black Epi leather, lower left logo, gold tone stud closure, 19cm long. £40-80
256.    A Late XIX Century Rectangular Wool Paisley Shawl, with red, green and cream motifs on a brown ground, fringing to either end, approximately 325 x 160cm. £30-50
257.    A Mid XX Century Jane Shilton Lizard Skin Handbag, with flat loop handle and gilt clasp; a c.1950's black corded evening bag with crimped detail, a tapestry evening bag with stone set gilt clasp and other handbags; A Mid XIX Century Cotton Christening Gown, a later two-tier cream wool embroidered christening cape. £30-40
258.    A XIX Century Cotton Lawn Christening Gown, with a central panel of fine white embroidery and cut work highlighted with a turquoise silk lining, 115cm long, with a similar bonnet; A Cream Silk Christening Gown, with lace and ribbon centre panel and trim, 96cm long; together with early XX Century children's dresses, two ladies tapework jackets, cream knitted stockings, gloves, Masonic apron and linen. £50-80
259.    A XIX Century Cotton Lawn Christening Gown, Ayreshire type, with fine embroidery and cut work detail to flared central panel echoed in the 'V' bodice panel open at the base for either a boy or a girl, 112cm long ; another later example and other baby's clothing. £20-40
260.    A Collection of Late XIX to Early XX Century Ladies Linen Under Garments, including drawers, petticoats, petticoat bodices, nightdresses, bonnets and aprons and a leather collar box. £50-60
261.    A Mid XX Century Cream Silk Christening Gown, with pin tucked detail inset with panels and of machine lace and similar to the hem, 100cm long, together with a matching silk cape; An Early XX Century Cotton Christening Gown, pintucked and inset with panels of handmade lace to the hem, 100cm long. (3) £50-60
262.    A Collection of Late XIX to Early XX Century Linen, including handmade lace and crochet trimmed nightdress cases, embroidered table linen an runners. £50-60
263.    Early XX Century Cotton and Lawn Christening Gowns and Underskirts, with embroidered, lace trimmed etc. £50-60
264.    A Large Collection of Late XIX to Early XX Century Table Linen, with crochet, embroidery and lace trim. £50-60
265.    A Collection of Late XIX to Early XX Century Bed Linen, including bed cover, pillow and bolster cases, sheet shams etc. £50-60
266.    A Marc Jacobs Quilted Beige Patent Leather Handbag, gold tone hardware, dual flat top handles and exterior pockets, zip closure, 38cm long, 23cm high, 17cm wide. £80-120
267.    Louis Vuitton Speedy Handbag, Damier Azur canvas, with inner pocket, 39cm long, 23cm high, 21cm deep. £150-200
267A.   A Mulberry Black Leather "Poppy" Shoulder Bag, serial number 299292, with protective cover, 32cm long, 30cm high, 11cm wide. £100-150
267B.   A Chanel Navy Blue Quilted Jersey Handbag, the flap with union jack closure, navy leather lining, single 80cm fine chain strap, in original box. £450-500
267C.   Six Pairs of Gina Evening Shoes, size 3 (36); a Gina crystal studded satin clutch bag £20-40
267D.   A Pair of Gina Black Satin Evening Boots, with crystal cuff, size 5; Gina black leather boots, size 4; plus three pairs of Gina shoes, sizes 3 and 3.5. £20-30
267E.   A Pair of Dior Pink Leather Mules, Christian Dior black suede court shoes with silver metal heel detail; Gucci court shoes with logo trim and afurther satin pair, size 3. (4) £20-30
267F.   Five Pairs of Dolce & Gabbana Ladies Shoes, sizes 3 - 3.5. £20-30
267G.   Karen Millen Cream Leather Boots, size 36; Karen Millen zebra print boots; Converse crystal studded shoes; plus two further pairs of shoes. (5) £20-30
267H.   All Saints Beige Suede Clutch Bag, Karen Millen handbags, Guess Handbag and one other. (5) £20-30
267J.   Five Mulberry Handbags, various styles. £50-100
268.    Wine - Chateau Figeac Premier Grand Cru Classe St. Emilion 1969. £50-70
269.    Wine - Domaine du Caillou Chateauneuf Du Pape 1990, 75cl, 14.5% Vol. £20-40
270.    Wine - Westhofener Aulerde Trockenbeerenauslese 1979, 0,7l, two bottles; Herxheimer Kobnert Beerenauslese 1976, 0,7l. (3) £20-40
271.    Wine - Steinweiler Kloster Liebfrauenberg Kabinett 1980, Charles and Diana 29th July 1981 Royal Wedding Day edition, 0,7l; Hambacher Schlor Silvaner Kabinett 1983, 0,7l. (2) £20-40
272.    Wine - Blaufrankisch Ungarn, 75cl, 10.5% Vol., Vin Fin D'Alsace Selte Riesling. (2) £20-40
273.    Wine - Marc de Bourgogne, 73cl; Pierre Huet Calvados Fine de Normandie 60th Anniversary, 70cl, 40% Vol. (2) £20-40
274.    Wines - Saint Julien 1966 Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou; Chateau Haut-Brignon 1989, grand vin de Bordeaux. (2) £30-50
275.    Wine - Commemorative Selection, including Vin De Pie Denby Dale, red wine, 75cl, 12.5% Vol.; 1991 Rugby World Cup, Bordeaux, 750ml, 12% Vol.; D-Day 60th Anniversary, Bordeau Cuvee 2002, 750ml, 12% Vol.; 1985 Laudun Cote Du Rhone, Bicentenaire de la Revolution Francaise, 75cl, 12.5% Vol.; Cuvee Du Bicentenaire de la Revolution Francaise Bordeau Superior, 75cl, 12% Vol.; Greenwich Meridian 2000, 1997 Bordeau, 75cl, 12% Vol.; France '98, Bordeaux, 750ml, 12% Vol; Rosemount Australian Shiraz Cabernet 1998, Gold medal, 750ml, 13.5% Vol. (8) £20-40
276.    Wine - MonteVertine Chianti Classico 1977, 5 litre, 12.5% Vol. £30-50
277.    Wine - Cordier Chateau Lafaurie-Peyraguey Grand Cru De Sauternes 1972, 73cl. £20-40
278.    Wine - Chateau Cheval Blanc St Emilion 1er Grand Cru Classe 1969. £50-70
279.    Wine - Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte Grand Cru Classe 1983, 75cl; Chateau De Camensac Grand Cru Classe 1973, 73cl. (2) £30-50
280.    Wine - Chateau Dassault 1996 St Emilion Grand Cru Classe, 75cl, 13% Vol. £20-40
281.    Wine - Chateau Margeau 1990. £30-50
282.    Wine - Chateau Malleret Cru Bourgeois 1990 Haut-Medoc, 75cl, 12.5% Vol. £20-40
283.    Wine - Cave Brut for Tesco, 75cl, 11.5% Vol., (five bottles); Lindauer Brut Cuvee and Special Reserve, two bottles, 750ml, 12% Vol; Hardys 1997 Nottage Hill Sparkling Chardonnay and Seppelt Original Sparkling Shiraz. (9) £20-30
284.    Wine - Cordier Chateau Gruaud-Larose 1968 Grand Cru Classe. £20-40
285.    Wine - Gustave Lorentz Gewurztraminer Vin D'Alsace Reserve 1988 together with four 1989; Alsace Gewurztraminer 1989, Alsace Domaine Zind Humbrecht 1987, Vin D'Alsace Gewurztraminer, Vin D'Alsace Tokay Pinot Gris, (6 bottles), Vin D'Alsace Pinot Blanc (2 bottles). (16) £10-30
286.    Wine - Isla Negra Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva. (9) £20-30
287.    Wine - Cabertnet Sauvignon Carmenere Reserva Especial, 2005 (4) & 2006 (2); Torres Sangredetoro, (2). (8) £20-30
288.    Wine - Le Corton 1961 Bouchard Pere & Fils; Chateau Blaignan Medoc 1985. (2) £20-40
289.    Wine - A Mixed Collection of 19 Bottles of White Wine, including Bergerac Grande Reserve 2008, Vouvray 1987, Savignattes Cotes De Duras Sauvignon 1989, Jacob's Creek, Torres, etc. £20-40
290.    Wine - A Mixed Collection of White and Rose Wine, including Penfolds, Hardy's, Chillean, Chateau de Santenay 1999 Bourgogne Hautes Cotes De Beaune Clos De La Dieu Monopole, Vin De Pays des Cotes de Gascoyne 1991; and two small size bottles. (20) £20-40
291.    Wine - A Collection of Reds, including Chateau Vieux Grenet 1999 Bordeaux Superieur, Chateau Ramage La Batisse 1987 Haut Medoc, Cellier La Chouf Monervois, Chateau Grand Jour Cotes De Bourg 2007, Jacobs Creek, Watermark, etc. (10) £20-40
292.    Wine - Chateau Lafite Rothschild Pauillac 1960. £50-100
293.    Wine - Grand Vin De Chateau Latour Pauillac 1965. £50-100
294.    Wine - Chateau Haut Brion 1960 Premier Grand Cru Classe. (2) £50-100
295.    Wine - Domaine De La Romanee Conti Richebourg 1964, bottle number 14263. £100-200
296.    Wine - Domaine De La Romanee Conti Richebourg 1964, bottle number 14262.
£100-200
297.    Wine - Chateau Montrose St. Estephe 1970; Domaine Font De Michelle Chateauneuf Du Pape 1988; Domaine De Chevalier Grand Cru Classe De Graves 1970; Corbieres, two bottles. (5) £50-100
298.    Wine - Domaine De La Romanee Conti La Tache 1959, bottle number 4515. £100-200
299.    Wine - Domaine Drouhin Laroze Chambolle Musigny 1969. £50-100
300.    Wine - Grand Vin Chateau Lynch Bages Grand Cru Classe Pauillac 1970. (2) £50-100
301.    Wine - A Collection of Sparkling Wines, including Lindauer Brut, two bottles; Cuvee Napa by Mumm Brut, two bottles; Salinger Vintage 1989; Isla Negra; Seaview; Together with Corbiere 1988. (8) £30-50
302.    Wine - A Collection of Red Wine, including Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Villages 1990, two bottles); Penfolds 1989 & 1990 Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon, nine bottles; Bin 407; Cyprus Othello. (13) £20-40
304.    Port - Very Old Port, (damaged label), Avery of Bristol Investiture Port, John Harvey & Sons Ltd. Bristol, (unlabeled/unknown bottle). (3) £20-40
305.    Port - Quarles Harris Vintage Port 1980, 75cl, 20% Vol., boxed; Tio Pepe Gonzalez Byass Jerez Sherry, 1 litre, 15% Vol., boxed. (2) £20-40
306.    Port - Dow's 1979 Vintage Port, 75cl, 20% Vol. £20-40
307.    Port - Taylor's 1970 Vintage Port, 75cl, 21% Vol; Taylor's Late Bottled Vintage Port 1983, 70cl, 20% Vol. (2) £30-50
308.    Port - Dow's 1978 Vintage Port, 75cl, 230% Vol. £20-40
309.    Port - Sandeman Vintage Port 1967, bottled in 1969. £20-40
310.    Port - Fonseca Guimaraens' Reserve Vintage Port 1962, £50-70
311.    Port - Fonseca Guimaraens' Vintage Port 1972, 75cl, 20% Vol. £60-80
312.    Port - Warre's Vintage Port 1975, 75cl, 20% Vol. £20-40
313.    Port - Fonseca Guimaraens' Vintage Port 1972, 75cl, 20% Vol. £60-80
314.    Port - Fonseca Guimaraens' Vintage Port 1972, 75cl, 20% Vol. £60-80
315.    Port - Warres's Vintage Port 1985, 75cl. £30-50
315A.   Port - Taylor's Late Bottled Vintage Port 1978, 70cl, 20% Vol. £30-50
316.    Champagne - Pommery Cuvee Louise 2002, 750ml, 12.5% Vol. (6) £300-400
317.    Champagne - Moet & Chandon Silver Jubilee Cuvee 1977, Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial Rose 1990, Royal Celebration Brut July 23 1986, HRH The Prince Andrew and Miss Sarah Ferguson. (3) £100-200
318.    Champagne - Louis Roederer Brut Premier Champagne, 750ml, 12% Vol.; Louis Roederer Brut Premier Champagne, 750ml, 12% Vol., both boxed. (2) £30-50
319.    Champagne - Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial Champagne, 1500ml, 12% Vol. £40-60
320.    Champagne - Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial Champagne, 75cl, 12% Vol.; Etienne Dumont Brut Champagne, 75cl, 12.5% Vol.; Charlemagne Premium Demi Sec, 1.5 litre, 8% Vol. (3) £20-40
321.    Champagne - A. Carpentier Brut Champagne, 750ml, 12.5% Vol., three bottles. (3) £30-50
322.    Champagne - Heidsieck & Co. Monopole Blue Top Brut Champagne, 750ml, 12% Vol; Mercier Demi-sec Champagne, 750ml, 12% Vol.; Laurent Perrier Brut Champagne, 750ml, 12% Vol. (3) £20-40
323.    Champagne - Perrier Jouet Belle Epoque 1995 Brut Champagne Epernay France, 750ml. £50-70
324.    Mixed Spirits - Anee Calvados Pays d'Auge V.S.O.P, with red velvet bag, 70cl, 42% Vol.; Smirnoff Vodka, 350ml, 37.5% Vol; Five Islay Single Malt Whisky Miniatures, including two Bowmore Legend, Laphoaig 10 years old, Bunnahabhain aged 12 years and Gordon & Macphail Connoisseurs Choice Caol Ila distilled 1984. (7) £10-20
325.    Cognac - Hennessy Fine Champagne Cognac V.S.O.P., 0.70 L, 40% Vol. £50-70
326.    Armagnac - Bas Armagnac Laubade 1973, in presentation box, 70cl, 40% Vol. £25-50
327.    Rum - Pusser's Navy Rum "Nelson's Blood" Aged 15 Years "Trafalgar Bi-centenary" Commemorative Flagon, 1 litre, 47.5% Vol., with cork/ceramic stopper. £20-40
328.    Cognac - Hennessy X.O Cognac, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed. £20-40
329.    Spirits - A Large Collection of Spirit and Liqueur Miniatures, including Vodka, Gin, Brandy, Bols, etc. Two Trays. £20-40
330.    A Mixed Assortment of Wines, Ales, Spirits and Miniatures, including small Martell cognac, Vermouth, Chartreuse liqueur, sherry, Jubilee ales, etc. £10-20
331.    Armagnac - Avery's Armagnac Exceptional Vintage 1914, 70% proof. £70-100
332.    Spirits - Martell V.S. Fine Cognac, 70cl, 40% Vol.; Remy Martin Cognac, 68cl, 40% Vol.; Caballero Pale Medium Sherry, Harvey's Bristol Cream Sherry, 1l and 75cl, Maple Syrup. (6) £20-40
333.    Spirits - Bisquit V.S.O.P. Fine Champagne Cognac, 1l, 40% Vol. boxed; Benedictine, Martini Extra Dry, London Dry Gin, Martini Bianco, Mulled Wine, Amontillado Sherry, Tio Pepe, Cava (two bottles), Kahlua. (11) £20-40
334.    Spirits - Martell Cordon Bleu Fine Liqueur Cognac Brandy, Not less than 24 Fl. Ozs., 70% Vol. Boxed. £100-200
335.    Spirits - Courvoisier Napoleon Old Liqueur Cognac, bottle number NW6142, 680ml, 70% Vol., boxed. £20-40
336.    Spirits - Remy Martin Fine Champagne Cognac V.S.O.P., 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Courvoisier Luxe Cognac, 1 Litre, 40% Vol., boxed. £20-40
337.    Spirits - Hine Napoleon Extra Fine Cognac, 70cl, 40% Vol, boxed; Marquis De Caussade Armagnac, 70cl, 40% Vol.; Bronte Original Unique Yorkshire Liqueur Flagon, Martell Cognac Pocket Size and Courvoisier 5cl Miniature. (5) £20-40
339.    Whisky - Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 12 years old, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Cardhu Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 12 years, 70cl, 40% Vol., in presentation box with two tumblers. (2) £20-40
340.    Whisky - John Haig & Co. Ltd. Blended Scotch Whisky Gold Label, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70% Proof. £20-30
341.    Whisky - The Macallan Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky 18 Years Old, distilled 1976, bottled 1994, 70cl, 43% Vol., boxed. £700-900
342.    Whisky - Dimple Fine Old Original De Luxe Scotch Whisky, 1 litre, 43% Vol., boxed; Ballantine's Gold Seal Special Reserve Scotch Whisky 12 Years Old, 1 litre, 43% Vol., boxed. (2) £20-40
343.    Whisky - Chivas Brothers Ltd. Royal Salute Blended Scotch Whisky 21 Years Old, in Wade ceramic flagon, with plus velvet opera bag and boxed, 70cl, 40% Vol.; Bushmills Single Malt Irish Whisky Aged 10 Years, 1 litre, 43% Vol., boxed. (2) £20-40
344.    Whisky - Tullibardine Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 10 Years, 70cl, 40% Vol. boxed; Glenmorangie Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky 10 Years Old, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed. (2) £20-40
345.    Whisky - Single Speyside Malt 1972, bottled for Oddbins by Scottish Independant Distillers Company Ltd. Edinburgh, 70cl, 40% Vol. £20-40
346.    Whisky - Talisker Single Malt Scotch Whisky, aged 10 years, 70cl, 45.8% Vol; Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 12 years old, 50cl, 40% Vol., boxed. (2) £20-30
347.    Whisky - John Haig & Co. Ltd. Dimple Old Blended Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 Fl.ozs, 70% Vol.; Teacher's Highland Cream Old Scotch Whisky, 75cl, 40% Vol. (2) £20-40
348.    Whisky - Bell's Old Scotch Whisky, extra special, 75cl, 40% Vol.; Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 35cl, 40% Vol. boxed; Jura Superstition Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 35cl, 43% Vol., boxed. (3) £20-40
349.    Whisky - The Macallan Anniversary Malt Over 25 Years Old, a special bottling of unblended single Highland malt Scotch whisky 25 years old, distilled 1972, bottled 1998, 70cl, 43% Vol.; in wooden case. £1500-1800
350.    Whisky - Royal Lochnagar Selected Reserve Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, bottle number 35983, 75cl, 43% Vol., in presentation case. £200-250
351.    Whisky - The White Horse Cellar Blended Scotch Whisky 1944 No. L797304. £100-200
352.    Whisky - Lagavulin Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 16 Years, 70cl, 43% Vol., boxed; Tomintoul Speyside Glenlivet Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 10 Years, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed. (2) £20-40
353.    Whisky - Four Bell's Commemorative Scotch Whisky Decanters; Extra Special Limited Edition Golden Jubilee Decanter, aged 8 years, 70cl, 40% Vol.; Year of the Monkey Celebration Decanter, 12 years old, 75cl, 43% Vol.; 75th Birthday HM Queen Elizabeth II, aged 8 years, 70cl, 40% Vol.; Golden Wedding Anniversary HM Queen Elizabeth and The Duke of Edinburgh, aged 8 years, 70cl, 40% Vol. All boxed. (4) £20-40
354.    Whisky - George & J. G. Smith's Glenlivet Whisky 15 Years Old, 70cl, 40% Vol.; Bell's Blended Scotch Whisky "Help For Heroes", 1 litre, 40% Vol.; Harvey's Copper Beach Sherry, 75cl, 17.5% Vol., two bottles. (4) £20-40
355.    Whisky - A Large Collection of Whisky Miniatures, including fourteen Signatory Vintage Scotch Whisky, from 1961 to 1974, (mainly over 20 years old); Glamis 12 year; two Connoisseurs Choice Royal Brackla 1970 and Aberfeldy 1974; Glenturret 15 year, The Singleton of Auchroisk 1975, Glenfiddich, Cutty Sark 12 years, Chivas regal 12 years, Johnnie Walker Black Label, Macphail's 45 years old, Old Orkney, Linkwood 15 years, Pride of Strathspey 50 years old, Dallas Dhu, Cardhu 12 year, Macallan 10 year, Isle of Jura, Royal Lochnagar 12 years, Oban, The Dalmore 12 years, Old Fettercairn, Bell's Very Rare 21 year old reserve, Pig's Nose. (38) £50-70
356.    Whisky - A Large Collection of Whisky Miniatures, including fifteen Connoisseur's Choice, single malts and blended, boxed and loose. Two Trays £50-80
357.    Whisky - Glen Moray Speyside Single malt Scotch Whisky Classic, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Whisky Tasting Company Isle of Arran, special selection of of single malts and blends from the Isle of Arran, including 10 year, 14 year, cask finish, etc. five 30ml bottles. (2) £20-30
362.    An Early XX Century French Carriage Clock, with brass and champlevé enamel case, the blue ground decorated with scrolling flowers, with shaped carrying handle, white enamel dial with Roman numerals, 18cm high. £120-180
363.    A Late XIX Century LNER 749 Stained Mahogany Wall Clock, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and fusée movement, 33cm diameter. £150-200
364.    A late XIX Century Stained Mahogany LNER Wall Clock, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and fusée movement, 26.5cm diameter. £150-200
365.    A Jaeger-Le Coultre Atmos Clock, with one thousand year calendar and moon phase, the dial inscribed 'Atmos Du Millenaire Atlantis', number 24 of 50, circa 2002, the gilt and lacquered case with engraved Royal coat of arms to the top, the sides with the Kings and Queens of England from 808 to the present day, the signed front door marked 'All the Queen's Horses A Golden Jubilee Tribute to Her majesty The Queen'. The dial framed by a concentric skeletonised band giving the years from 2000 AD to 3000 AD, the centre set with a month dial and rolling moon phase between baton numerals and hands, 23cm high.
Sold with original box and packing, white gloves, gilt hand-setting tool, instruction booklet and blank 'Le Livre d'Or de Votre Millenaire' in slip case. £1000-1500
366.    An Art Nouveau Gouda Pottery Cased Mantel Clock, the circular white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, raised on four branch supports and tapered column with bulbous base and circular foot, painted with stylised flowers and foliage in shades of purple, blue, green and red on a dusty pink ground, painted mark, Made in Zuid, Holland and artists monogram 'J.H.', 41cm high, with key. £120-180
367.    A Mid XIX Century French Ormolu Mantel Clock, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and inscribed "Azur a Paris", surmounted by a lady beside an urn of flowers and a dove, the shaped rectangular footed base inset with Sévres style floral painted porcelain panels, 32cm high. £150-200
368.    An Edwardian Mahogany Inlaid Mantle Clock, of balloon shape, the brass dial inscribed 'Tempus Fugit' and with Roman numerals, raised on a square base with brass feet, 43cm high. £60-80
369.    An XVIII Century Thirty Hour Longcase Clock, the brass dial with two subsidiary dials and Roman numerals, engraved and inscribed "Thos Traunter, Salop", the hood with a caddy top, square door and reeded columns, shaped trunk door with reeded pilasters, on plinth base, 215cm high. £300-400
370.    An XVIII Century Oak Eight-Day Longcase Clock, the arched dial with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials inscribed "Joseph Hall, Birmingham", the hood with swan neck pediment, brass finials and reeded columns inset with a painted panel with putti and foliate decoration, the trunk with shaped door, reeded pilasters with brass capitals, on panelled base with ogee feet, 220cm high. £250-350
371.    *WITHDRAWN*
A XVII Century Style Walnut Armchair, the top rail with scroll decoration, caned back and seat, scroll arms, on turned and block supports, central barley twist rail (with restoration). £100-200
372.    A XIX Century Portuguese Eight-Day Longcase Clock, the arched white enamel dial with floral decoration within glazed hood, the pediment with dentil cornice and gilded finials, green painted trunk marbelised and decorated with flowers, on a stepped plinth base, 222cm high. £200-300
373.    A Late XVIII Century Oak Cased Thirty Hour Longcase Clock, the circular white dial inscribed "James Brown, Matlock", with Roman numerals and painted floral decoration, the hood with swan neck pediment, reeded pillars with brass capitals and circular glazed door, the long trunk door with reeded pilasters, on plinth base, 202cm high. £100-200
374.    A Late XVIII Century Oak Eight-Day Longcase Clock, the brass dial signed "William Rutherford, Hawick" with foliate engraved decoration, Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials, the hood with swan neck pediment and column supports, arched trunk door to base with bracket feet, 210cm high. £200-250
375.    An Early-Mid XX Century Walnut Cased Grandmother Clock, with stepped pediment and turned pillars to hood, long door, eight-day movement by W. Bruford & Sons, Eastbourne and Exeter, approximately 174cm high. £200-300
376.    A Late XVIII Century Mahogany Eight-Day Longcase Clock, the circular scroll engraved brass dial signed John Steel, with Roman numerals and steel pointers, the hood with swan neck pediment and knulled frieze with brass 'Strong/Silent' plaque (not working), the trunk with half round pilasters, base with bracket feet, 205cm high. £150-200
377.    A Late XVIII Century Oak and Mahogany Longcase Clock, having swan neck pediment, reeded side pillars to hood, arched door, the eight-day movement with circular painted dial by R. Holborn, Sheffield, approximately 228cm high overall. £250-350
380.    A XVII Century Style Walnut Armchair, the top rail with scroll decoration, caned back and seat, scroll arms, on turned and block supports, central barley twist rail (with restoration). £100-200
381.    A XX Century Joined Oak Box, with panelled top, sides and front, on small turned octagonal feet (new base), 57cm high, 109cm long. £60-100
382.    A XIX Century Continental Secretaire Bureau, in walnut, with upper drawer, fall front revealing drawers, Corinthian columns aside mirrored compartment, over cupboard doors, 163cm high, 92cm wide. £60-90
383.    An Early XX Century Mahogany Duet Stool, with upholstered top, moulded edge, scroll decoration to frieze, on moulded and chamfered legs, 46cm high. £40-60
384.    A XIX Century Mahogany Armchair, with upholstered back, arms and seat, on 'C' scroll cabriole legs, with corner brackets, shaped back legs, stamped "Brown" to rail. £60-80
385.    An Early XX Century Simulated Rosewood Display Cabinet, the pediment with egg and dart decoration, swag and knulled cornice, glazed astragal doors, with undershelf on tapering legs with spade feet, 183cm high, 117cm wide. £100-150
386.    A XIX Century Ebonised Cabinet, with arched galleried top, twin glazed doors, open shelves, the base with open shelves flanking a central glazed door, on turned supports with undershelf, 211cm high, 209cm wide. £80-120
387.    An Early XX Century Continental Walnut 'X' Framed Chair, with carved head finials to upholstered back and seat, shaped arms with carved mythological heads, on 'X' base. £80-120
388.    A XIX Century Cutlers Stool, with rectangular shaped top, on three splayed legs. £30-50
389.    A XIX Century Style Painted Elm Chair, with rectangular top rail, spindle supports and solid seat, on chamfered legs. £50-100
390.    A XVII Century Style Oak Blanket Box, with hinged lid, knulled decoration on trestle ends, 97.5cm long. £80-120
391.    A XX Century Brass Bound Jardiniere, on a three legged stand with undershelf, 101cm high, 30cm wide. £30-50
392.    A XIX Century Joined Oak Wainscot Chair, with shaped top rail, carved panelled back, shaped arms, solid seat, on turned and block supports. £50-100
393.    A Circa 1900 Walnut Revolving Bookcase, three tiers fitted with reeded latts, on shaped and splayed tripod feet, pot castors, 123cm high. £70-100
394.    A George III Style Mahogany Bureau, the fall front with an internal configuration of pigeon holes, slide drawers and cupboard door, over four long graduating drawers, bracket feet, 105.5cm high, 92cm wide. £50-100
395.    A 'Rustic' Hardwood Wrythen Crescent Garden Seat, formed from the trunk of a tree, supported on four branch feet, 207cm long. £100-200
396.    A 19th Century Oak Gate Leg Table, oval top, on ring turned and balustered stretcher legs, length fully extended 114cm. £30-50
397.    A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Duchess Dressing Table, the central mirror with shaped supports, two jewel drawers, the base with a single drawer on turned and reeded supports with shaped undershelf, 143cm high, 119cm wide. £100-150
397A.   An Early to Mid XX Century Oak Bookcase, in the Globe Wernicke style, having glazed lift-up doors to deep lower and twin upper compartments, 92cm wide. £40-60
398.    A XIX Century Elm Cutlers Stool, with rectangular top, on three splayed legs. £40-60
399.    An Early XX Century Walnut Serpentine Shaped Bureau, with crossbanded fall front, fitted interior, above three serpentine shaped graduated drawers, shaped apron, on cabriole legs with pad feet, 98cm high, 60cm wide. £100-150
400.    A George III Mahogany Square Shaped Washstand, with hinged top, open circular top fitted for a bowl, with slide for a mirror above cupboard door over single drawer, on square legs united by stretchers, 87.5cm high, 40.5cm wide. £30-50
401.    A 1920's Oak Three Tier Circular Topped Coffee Table/Bookcase, on chamfered supports, on castors, 62cm high, 49cm wide. £40-60
402.    An Early XX Century Mahogany Glazed Corner Cupboard Over Corner Table, the cupboard with stepped cornice, glazed astragal doors to two internal shelves, the table with drop leaf, on turned and block supports, 108cm high. £80-120
403.    An Early XX Century Mahogany Centre Table, with a shaped, dished top, carved cabriole legs, pierced brackets on shaped stretchers with undershelf, 71cm high, 62cm wide. £40-60
404.    A XIX Century Rosewood Breakfast Table, circular top with hexagonal shaped pedestal, on trefoil base, 79cm high, 117cm wide. £100-150
405.    A XIX Century Oak Hall Chair, with low back, solid seat, on shaped and reeded legs united by stretchers, bearing label for "Woof Whittaker, Sheffield". £40-60
406.    A Pair of 1960's Style Teak Dining Chairs, with a shaped top rail, dished seat, on 'X' shaped supports. £30-50
407.    A Mid XX Century Walnut Bureau, with crossbanded fall front, fitted interior, two serpentine shaped drawers, on carved cabriole legs, on pad feet,104cm high, 80cm wide. £50-100
408.    A XIX Century Portuguese Painted Vitrine, the arched pediment with applied 'C' scroll decoration, glazed upper central door with two internal shelves, the base with cupboard door with floral decoration, on plinth base with gilded bun feet, 159cm high, 44cm wide. £100-200
409.    A Set of Four 1960's Heal's Style Chrome Open Armchairs. £100-200
410.    An Arkana Style Table, with circular smoked glass top,on 'X' tubular stainless steel base, 74cm high, 110cm diameter. £100-150
411.    A XVII Century Style Oak Gateleg Table, with oval top, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 75cm high, 207cm wide. £300-500
412.    A Set of Six Ladder Back Dining Chairs, two carver and four single, with rushed seats, on turned and pad supports, on ball feet. £100-200
413.    A Mid XIX Century Ash and Elm Pad Arm Windsor Chair, with hooped back, pierced splat, on turned supports and legs united by stretchers. £120-150
414.    A Mid XIX Century Ash and Elm Pad Arm Windsor Chair, with hooped back and pierced splat, turned supports and legs united by stretchers. £100-150
415.    A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Balloon Back Rocking Chair, the centre rail with 'C' scroll decoration, upholstered seat, on turned legs and rockers, £30-50
416.    A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Bookcase, with stepped cornice, twin glazed doors over panelled cupboard doors, on a plinth base, 236cm high, 141cm wide. £300-400
417.    A Late XIX/Early XX Century Carved Oak Buffet, the pediment with cable decoration, frieze with inscription "Plenty and Grace Open This Place", panelled back, cup and cover supports, the base with three floral painted cupboard doors, cup and cover supports, on a plinth base, 163cm high, 125cm wide. £100-200
418.    A Small Oak Drop Leaf Table, in the Titchmarsh & Goodwin manner, having turned and block supports, 59cm high. £40-60
419.    A XIX Century Mahogany Butlers Tray on Stand, the rectangular tray with carrying handles, on an 'X' shaped stand, 92cm high, 75cm wide. £40-50
420.    An Edwardian Mahogany Inlaid Serpentine Shaped Washstand, with low back, green marble top, central drawer with flanking cupboards, on turned supports with 'X' stretcher. £30-50
421.    A 1920's Oak Bookcase, the top with moulded edge and dentil cornice to three astragal glazed doors, on bobbin and block supports with undershelf, 134cm high, 153cm wide. £100-200
422.    An XVIII Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, with circular top and turned pedestal, on cabriole legs. £40-60
423.    An Early XX Century Mahogany Ovel Topped Wind-Out Dining Table, with gadrooned edge, on carved cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 75cm high, 180cm wide. £100-150
423A.   A Set of Four XIX Century Mahogany Balloon Back Dining Chairs, with straight fronts, drop-in seats, on turned legs. £30-50
424.    A XIX Century Mahogany Chest of Drawers, three short and four long drawers, shaped apron, on bracket feet, 115cm high, 126cm wide. £100-200
425.    A Late XIX/Early XX Century Mahogany Cabinet, with a bow fronted tambour and single drawer, on tapering legs with spade feet, 86cm high, 52cm wide. £60-100
426.    A XX Century Indian Hardwood Four-Fold Screen, with bone inlay and pierced Tree of Life decoration. £40-80
427.    A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Cuboard, the top with moulded edge over flanking scroll shaped brackets, panelled doors, on plinth base, 135cm high, 120cm wide. £100-150
428.    An Early XX Century Oak Revolving Bookcase, with three shelves, rail supports, on quatrefoil base, 94cm high, 56cm wide. £60-100
429.    A XX Century Oak Armchair, with rectangular top rail, shaped arms, upholstered seat on turned legs. £30-50
430.    A XIX Century Walnut Pedestal Table, the circular top with marquetry inlay, ebonised moulded edge, turned pedestal, on cabriole legs, 71cm high, 53cm diameter. £50-100
431.    A XIX Century Oak Tea Table, with fold-over top and single drawer, on tapering legs, 73cm high, 92cm wide. £30-50
432.    A XIX Century Mahogany Pembroke Table, with drop leaves and single drawer, on turned pedestal with shaped reeded supports, on bun feet, 68cm high, 130cm wide. £20-40
433.    An XVIII Century Mahogany Side Table, with rectangular top, moulded edge, long drawer, on moulded legs, 70cm high, 130cm wide. £30-50
434.    An XVIII Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, with circular dished top, turned pedestal on cabriole legs (later feet), 70cm high, 41cm wide. £20-40
435.    A Pair of Early XX Century Salon Chairs, the top rails with 'C' scroll decoration, pierced splats and upholstered seats, on cabriole legs. £20-40
436.    A Late XVIII Century Style Mahogany Chest-on-Chest, with a dentil cornice, the upper with two small and three long drawers, chamfered and reeded sides above three long drawers, on bracket feet, 197cm high, 123cm wide. £300-500
437.    An XVIII Century Painted Pine Double Height Corner Cupboard, with dentil cornice, panelled doors and shaped internal shelves, on bracket feet, 202cm high. £300-400
438.    A XIX Century Mahogany Three-Tier Dumb Waiter, turned pedestal, on shaped feet, 128cm high. £50-100
439.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Games/Work Table, with hinged leaves, baized interior, single and dummy drawers, turned pedestal on cabriole legs, 49cm high, 45cm wide. £50-100
440.    A XIX Century Mahogany Canterbury, with rail supports and single drawer, on turned legs, 55cm high, 45cm wide. £80-120
441.    An Early XX Century Oak Bookcase, with chevron inlaid borders, single shelf over twin shelf, Arts & Crafts stylised floral decoration with six pewter leaves to right side of door, 'S &P.B' to lock, 81cm high, 51cm wide. £50-100
442.    A 1920's Oak Bureau Bookcase, having lead glazed upper doors over fall front, twin drawers, on barley twist legs, approximately 205cm high. £40-60
443.    A Late XVIII Century Bow Fronted Sideboard, the crossbanded top with boxwood stringing, central drawer, flanking cupboard doors, on tapering legs and spade feet. £100-150
444.    A XVII Century Joined Oak Blanket Box, the top with three panels, carved frieze and carved panelled base, on stile feet, 63cm high, 109cm wide. £100-200
445.    An Early XX Century Mahogany Bookcase, with gadrooned edge, frieze with knulled decoration, four glazed astragal doors, on a stepped plinth base (one pane of glass broken), 122cm high, 190cm wide. £100-200
446.    A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Style Oak Dresser, with a stepped pediment, central spice cupboard, two shelves and panelled back, the base with three drawers, turned and block supports with pot board, 179cm high, 137cm wide. £200-300
447.    A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Double Height Corner Cupboard, with stepped pediment, open shelves, panelled cupboard door, on bracket feet (bearing label), 180cm high, 69cm wide. £100-150
448.    A XX Century Three Seater Knowle Settee, upholstered in red velvet, with drop sides. £150-200
449.    An Edwardian Inlaid Mahogany Display Cabinet, with stepped pediment, concave centre over central bow fronted cupboard door with swag decoration, flanking astragal doors, on tapering legs with spade feet, 172cm high, 114cm wide. £150-200
450.    An Oak Dresser, with moulded cornice and shaped apron piece over three plate shelves, the base with two frieze drawers over panelled cupboard doors. £40-80
451.    A Circa 1900 Rosewood Occasional Table, the octagonal top with moulded edge and marquetry decoration of scrolls, birds and fruit, boxwood stringing on ring turned 'X' stretchered legs, pot castors. £30-50
500.    An Eight Setting Canteen of Bead Pattern Plated Cutlery, in fitted case on legs. £50-70
501.    A XIX Century James Deakin & Sons Five Piece Carving Set, each horn handle with leaf capped finial, in original fitted case. £50-80
502.    A Set of Six German Dessert/Fruit Knives and Forks, stamped crescent and crown mark and "800", the handles detailed in the Russian Empire style with cornucopias and heraldic swans (after a design used by Karl Fabergé). (12) £100-200
503.    A Highly Decorative Silver Plated Four Piece Tea Set, each of baluster form, allover decorated in relief with flowerheads and leaf scrolls, the hinged lids with bird of prey finials, raised on pierced scroll feet, initialled. (4) £40-60
504.    A Large Plated Table Centrepiece, as a stag between entwined branches, supporting later flared glass dish, on oval base with floral sprays in relief, on four pad feet, overall height 50cm. £150-200
505.    An Aesthetic Plated Pitcher, of tapering cylindrical form detailed with birds, bamboo and foliage, with leaf capped scroll handle and gadrooned edge. £30-50
506.    A Plated Samovar, with twin handles and gadrooned edge, the square base with concealed burner, on four bun feet and pull off cover, 39.5cm high. £40-60
507.    A Large Plated Twin Handled Tray, with pierced gallery and gadrooned edge, twin cylindrical handles, on four bun feet. £30-50
508.    A Danish Serving Spoon, stamped three tower mark (30) and makers mark; Together with Another, smaller, stamped three tower mark (54) and makers mark. (2) £40-60
509.    An Italian Ladies Compact, of shaped design, allover leaf scroll engraved, internally with single mirror and removable mesh insert, stamped "Italy" "800". £30-50
510.    An Electroplate on Copper Four Piece Tea Set, each of circular form detailed with flowerheads and leaf scrolls, with scroll handles, raised on four pad feet. (4) £25-40
511.    A Decorative Plated Four Piece Tea Set, each with chased decoration and leaf capped scroll handle. (4) £40-60
513.    A Turned Hardwood Bowl and Cover, of circular form, with applied detail in relief, depicting animals and scrolls, with collet set highlights, 17cms high. £70-100
514.    A Middle Eastern Dish, of shaped circular form, within textured border, raised on three paw and ball feet, 25.5cms diameter. £70-100
515.    A Middle Eastern Bowl, allover detailed in relief, depicting exotic birds amongst foliage, stamped "925", rim 15cms diameter. £70-100
516.    A Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Tea Set, LH, Sheffield 1946, each of plain tapering design with elongated corner detail, raised on four geometric pad feet, total weight 1905grams; together with a pair of associated sugar tongs. £500-600
517.    A Matched Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Tea Set, C.C.P, London 1904, 1905, each of panelled form, raised on four scroll capped scroll feet, with a pair of associated sugar tongs, total weight 1850grams. £400-500
518.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, EV, Sheffield 1958, of rectangular form with engine turned detail, raised on bracket feet, initialled, 16.5cm wide. £40-60
519.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, S.M&Co, London 1918, allover engine turned and inscribed ""EW from FKP & S 6.3.36"; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, (converted to a lighter) allover engine turned, initialled "EW" and engraved "938211". (2) £30-50
520.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, Walker & Hall, Chester 1938, of slim rectangular form, allover engine turned, 150grams. £30-50
521.    A Hallmarked Silver Condiment Stand, Hy Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1848, of oval form with geometric pierced design, raised on four scroll feet with high central scroll loop handle, initialled, fitted with seven glass bottles/jars (one shaker top Sheffield 1847), overall height 26.5cm. £100-200
522.    A Hallmarked Silver (Filled) Model of a Racehorse and Jockey, Camelot Silverware, Sheffield 2005, 21cm high. £100-150
523.    A Hallmarked Silver (Filled) Model of a Racehorse and Jockey, Camelot Silverware, Sheffield 2003, 20cm high. £100-150
524.    A Hallmarked Silver (Filled) Model of a Horse, (makers mark rubbed) Sheffield 2010, 27cm high. £150-200
525.    A Hallmarked Silver (Filled) Model of a Racehorse and Jockey, Camelot Silverware, Sheffield 2008, 31.5cm high. £200-300
526.    A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Tea Set, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1937, each of plain rectangular form, with angular loop handle, total weight 930grams. (3) £200-300
527.    A Small Hallmarked Silver Communion Chalice and Paten, FE, London 1888, chalice 10.9cm high, paten 10.1cm diameter; together with associated bottle (glass damaged). (3) £50-80
528.    A Limited Edition Hallmarked Silver Dish, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1973, "The Bicentenary of the Sheffield Assay Office 1773 1973", with applied decoration, in original box, complete with certificate numbered 64/200. £150-200
529.    A Hallmarked Silver Mug, William Gibson & John Lawrence Langman, London 1895, of plain baluster form, with leaf capped scroll handle, 330grams. £100-150
530.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dishes, EV, Sheffield 1933, each of shaped circular form with scroll pierced detail, on plain circular spreading base, total weight 340grams. (2) £70-90
531.    A Hallmarked Silver Tazza, NRGP, London 1950, the dish of plain circular form, on decagonal column, of plain circular spreading base, 11cm high, 24.6cm diameter, 540grams; A Decorative EPNS Five Bar Toast Rack. (2) £100-150
532.    A Hallmarked Silver Ink Stand, William Gibson & John Lawrence Langman, London 1898, of shaped rectangular form with shell and gadrooned edge, raised on four paw and ball feet, fitted with two removable glass inkwells, each with hallmarked silver hinged lid, overall width 18.5cm. £100-150
533.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, FF, Birmingham 1961, of rectangular form, allover engine turned, 185grams. £40-60
534.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigar Case, (makers mark rubbed) Birmingham 1911, of rounded rectangular form, allover leaf scroll engraved, 145grams. £40-60
535.    A Hallmarked Silver Coffee Pot, Charles Wright, London 1775, of plain baluster form with beaded detail, reeded spout and domed hinged cover, initialled, inscribed to the base "Dolphin Southton", 675grams. £300-400
536.    A Hallmarked Silver Asparagus Dish, GLtd, Sheffield 1941, complete with matching sauce boat and asparagus tongs, total weight 1250grams. £250-350
537.    A Pair of Decorative Hallmarked Silver Salts, Nathan & Hayes, Birmingham 1895, each of elongated boat shape with ring loops, of classical style, together with two hallmarked silver spoons, in a fitted case. £40-60
538.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, Lee & Wigfull, Sheffield 1902, together with matching sugar tongs, in original fitted case. £50-70
539.    A Hallmarked Silver Porringer, (makers mark incomplete) London 1904, of spirally reeded form, with textured band and twin scroll handles. £60-80
540.    A Hallmarked Silver Pen Rest, Crisford & Norris, Birmingham 1906, of scroll design with engraved decoration. £40-60
541.    Charles Horner; A Hallmarked Silver Thimble, Chester 1905, with applied blue heart shape cabochon. £30-50
542.    A Hallmarked Silver Meat Skewer, Thomas Ollivant, London 1792, overall length 29.7cm. £50-80
543.    A Pair of Irish Hallmarked Silver Sauce Ladles, William Ward, Dublin 1802, total weight 115grams. (2) £50-80
544.    A Hallmarked Silver Letter Opener, Messrs Hutton, 1899, with Indian carved ivory handle, overall length 20.5cm. £30-50
545.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Grape Scissors, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1910, with plain loop handles. £30-50
546.    A Hallmarked Silver Beaker, Edward & John Barnard, London 1875, with bands of textured decoration, monogrammed, 13cm high, 280grams, in original Manoah Rhodes & Sons fitted case. £150-200
547.    A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, H.J., Birmingham 1883, of rounded rectangular form, allover engine turned, monogrammed. £20-30
548.    A Hallmarked Silver Hip Flask, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co, London 1917, of rounded rectangular form, with removable cup, initialled. £60-80
549.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, (makers mark rubbed) London 1917, of plain rectangular form, initialled, 14cm wide. £30-40
550.    A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Tea Set, E.S.B, Birmingham 1911, each of plain form with reeded edge, raised on circular spreading base, total weight 1190grams. (3) £300-400
551.    A Hallmarked Silver Waiter, Wilson & Gill, Birmingham 1929, of shaped circular form, raised on three scroll feet, 200grams. £50-70
552.    A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Dish, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1937, of shaped oval form, the wide pierced border detailed in relief with fruiting vines, 30.5cm diameter, 695grams. £180-220
553.    A Hallmarked Silver Salver, CB&S, Sheffield 1910, of shaped circular form, initialled to the centre, 33cm diameter, 920grams. £250-300
554.    A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Tray, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1919, of plain oval form with reeded edge, overall diameter 57cm, 2070grams. £550-600
555.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, Charles Asprey & George Asprey, London 1905, of square form, allover engine turned, 9cm wide; A Trinket Tray, stamped "Sterling 950", of plain rectangular form, 22.7cm wide. (2) £50-80
556.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons, Thomas Wallis & Jonathan Hayne, London 1812, initialled 'B' and crested, total weight 145grams. (2) £30-50
557.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons, John Sutter, Chester 1839, initialled, total weight 145grams. (2) £30-50
558.    A Hallmarked Silver Caddy Spoon, Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater, London 1900, with decorative handle; Together with Another Example, Jackson & Fullerton, London 1912, with shell bowl. (2) £25-40
559.    A Hallmarked Silver Coffee Pot, JR, Sheffield 1920, of plain tapering form, on shaped spreading base, 350grams. £80-100
560.    A Hallmarked Silver Lidded Sugar Bowl, GH, London 1910, of semi reeded form, with hinged cover, 175grams. £30-50
561.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Soup Spoons, Cooper Bros, Sheffield 1937 (1), 1938 (5), initialled, total weight 345grams. (6) £80-100
562.    A Hallmarked Silver Dish, Adie Bros, Birmingham 1920, of shaped oval form, between textured twin handles, raised on four reeded pad feet, 105grams. £25-50
563.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Dishes, Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1926, each of circular panelled form, on octagonal base, total weight 200grams. (2) £40-60
564.    A Hallmarked Silver Jug, (makers mark rubbed) Birmingham 1912, inscribed to the underside "Reproduction of 1775", with punched border and leaf capped scroll handle, on wide circular spreading base, 110grams. £30-50
565.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Table Spoons, JR, Sheffield 1913, stamped "Rd404318", total weight 120grams. (2) £25-40
566.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Serving Spoons, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1906, each with leaf and berry decoration, total weight 140grams. (2) £30-50
567.    Jack Spencer; A Hallmarked Silver Goblet, Sheffield 1973, the cylindrical stem detailed in relief with stylised crowns, stamped number to the underside"87", 14.8cm high, 285grams. £60-80
568.    A Matched Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Forks, WE, London 1804, DP, London 1843, initialled, total weight 300grams. (4) £70-90
569.    A Pair of Irish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons, (makers mark rubbed) Dublin 1806, initialled, total weight 130grams. (2) £40-60
570.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Forks, Francis Higgins, London, 1860, 1861, total weight 280grams. (6) £70-90
571.    A Set of Seven Irish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Spoons, Samuel Neville, Dublin 1805, initialled, total weight 210grams. (7) £70-100
572.    A Hallmarked Silver Christening Bowl, (makers mark rubbed) Sheffield 1934, of circular form with shaped edge, inscribed "Patrick William Wright from Uncle Billie 19th January 1936"; together with a hallmarked silver spoon, initialled, total weight 300grams, in a fitted case. £60-80
573.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Commemorative Goblets, Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1977, each gilt lined and inscribed "The Queen's Silver Jubilee 1952-1977", on textured spreading base, total weight 510grams. (2) £120-160
574.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, (marks rubbed) of plain rectangular form, initialled, 18cm wide. £40-60
575.    A Hallmarked Silver Salver, Hawksworth Eyre & Co, Sheffield 1928, of shaped circular form, raised on three hoof feet, initialled, 26cm diameter, 625grams. £120-180
576.    A Matched Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Tea Set, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1894, 1923, each of compressed circular semi reeded form, with gadrooned border and leaf capped scroll handles, on plain rim base, initialled, total weight 1210grams. (3) £300-400
578.    A Pair of Late XIX /Early XX Century Diamond Set Earstuds, each of textured shaped circular design, inset to the centre, indistinctly stamped "15ct". £60-80
579.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set. £250-280
580.    A Pair of Single Stone Diamond Set Earstuds, each four claw set to the centre with a brilliant cut stone, stamped "750". £500-550
581.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each wide circular collet rubover set with a brilliant cut stone. £800-850
582.    A Pair of XIX Century Jet Earrings, each elongated oval panel detailed in relief with a flowerhead, on later fittings; A XIX Century Jet Brooch, depicting female profile; A Pair of Coral Earrings, each as a bunch of grapes, etc. (4) £80-100
583.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Santa Terezinha Emerald and Diamond Set Drop Earrings, each with pear shape drop, below circular cluster surmount; together with certificate. £80-100
584.    A Pair of 18ct Gold Itatiaia Tourmaline and Diamond Set Earstuds, each rectangular four claw set, with diamond set highlights; together with certificate. £200-250
585.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Santa Rosa Tourmaline and Diamond Drop Earrings, each rectangular four claw set, with diamond set highlights; together with certificate. £70-90
586.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Safira Rubellite and Diamond Set Earpendants, each four claw set, below line surmount; together with certificate. £150-180
587.    A Pair of Tanzanite Earrings, each of graduated double pear shape, claw set, stamped "375"; together with certificate. £40-50
588.    A Pair of Tanzanite Single Stone Earrings, each rectangular four claw set, on hook fitting; together with certificate. £40-50
589.    A Pair of 9ct White Gold Alexandrite Set Cluster Earrings, each of flowerhead design, claw set, on hook fitting; together with certificate. £40-50
590.    A Pair of Apatite and Diamond Set Drop Earrings, each of tear drop form, four claw set to the centre, stamped "375", on hook fitting; together with certificate. £50-60
591.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Cluster Earstuds, each of flowerhead design, claw set throughout.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £295 £40-60
592.    A Pair of Tanzanite and Diamond Set Earpendants, each oval four claw set, within border of brilliant cut diamonds and diamond set surmount, on hook fitting, stamped "14k".
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £1,150 £250-280
593.    A Pair of 9ct White Gold Sapphire and Diamond Set Cluster Earstuds, of square form, claw set.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £320 £70-100
594.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Paraiba Tourmaline Set Hoop Earrings, uniform claw set to the front.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £750 £150-180
595.    A Pair of 9ct White Gold Diamond Set Hoop Earrings, uniform claw set to the front, hinged.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £225 £60-80
596.    A Pair of Diamond Set Hoop Earrings, uniform channel set to the front with brilliant cut stones, hinged, stamped "14k".
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £485 £100-120
597.    A Pair of Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set, on screw post fitting, stamped "10k".
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/10/2010 £275 £50-60
598.    A Pair of Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set, on screw post fitting, backs stamped "750".
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/10/2010 £885 £200-250
599.    A Pair of Single Stone Earstuds, each stone six claw set, stamped "9k". £20-30
600.    A Pair of Single Stone Earstuds, each oval stone four claw set, stamped "9k". £30-40
601.    A Pair of Sapphire Set Drop Earrings, each composed of claw set surmount suspending larger claw set drop, on chain suspension, on hook fitting. £50-80
602.    A Pair of Victorian Style Earpendants, each of tapering design with textured detail, on hook fitting. £40-60
603.    A Pair of Modern Hoop Earrings, textured and detailed with stars, stamped "750". £50-80
604.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Pearl Set Cluster Earstuds, each of flowerhead design; Together with A Six Row Seed Pearl Necklace, of uniform design. (2) £60-80
606.    A Flat Link Necklace, of uniform design to snap clasp, stamped "9k". £150-200
607.    An Edwardian Openwork Pendant, oval collet set to the centre, with seed pearl highlights, suspending tear drop, indistinctly stamped. £80-120
608.    A Dainty Negligee Pendant, with two circular claw set drops on knife edge bars, below three stone surmount, on fine chain; Together with Another Necklace. (2) £100-150
609.    A Fine Chain Necklace, highlighted with seed pearls; A Single Stone Set Bar Brooch, oval collet set on plain bar; etc. £60-80
610.    A Modern Single Stone Diamond Pendant, the brilliant cut stone collet rubover set, sliding on 18ct gold fancy link chain. £520-560
611.    An 18ct White Gold Single Stone Heart Shape Diamond Pendant, on 18ct white gold fancy link chain, approximate diamond weight 1.07cts. £2000-2200
612.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Necklace, collet rubover set to the front with nine brilliant cut stones, to snap clasp. £2800-3000
613.    A Single Strand Amber Bead Necklace, composed of graduated oval beads; Together with Another Example, smaller; A Pair of Modernist Style Drop Earrings, of triangular design on elongated hook fitting; a brooch and a ring. (5) £200-300
614.    A Long Fancy Link Chain, of uniform design, stamped makers mark and "750". £800-1000
615.    A Victorian Hallmarked Silver Locket Pendant, (marks rubbed) of oval form, detailed in relief to the front with a buttoned strap, with leaf scroll engraved detail. £30-50
616.    A 9ct Gold Diamond Set Necklace, graduated set to the front, on fine chain. £200-250
617.    A 9ct Gold Fluorite and Diamond Set Pendant, oval four claw set to the centre, within shaped border of brilliant cut diamonds and inset bale, on 9ct gold chain; together with certificate. £100-150
618.    A 9ct White Gold Apatite and White Sapphire Set Triple Cluster Drop Pendant, of flowerhead design, claw set throughout, on a chain; together with certificate. £30-40
619.    An 18ct Gold Brazilian Alexandrite and Diamond Set Pendant, of pear shape, on elongated bale, on 18ct gold chain; together with certificate. £200-250
620.    A 9ct Gold Fluorite and Diamond Set Pendant, oval four claw set to the centre, within brilliant cut diamond set mount with openwork bale, on 9ct gold chain; together with certificate. £100-150
621.    A Santa Rosa Tourmaline and Diamond Set Pendant, of Art Deco Style, elongated rectangular set to the centre, within diamond set border, with inset bale, stamped "750", on 9ct white gold chain; together with certificate. £100-150
622.    An 18ct White Gold Itatiaia Tourmaline and Diamond Set Drop Pendant, rectangular set, below circular diamond set surmount, on plain line bale, on 18ct white gold chain; together with certificate. £250-300
623.    An 18ct Gold Shimoyo Rubellite and Diamond Set Pendant, elongated pear shape four claw set, below pierced diamond set surmount, on 18ct gold chain; together with certificate. £100-150
624.    A 9ct Gold Cruzeiro Rubellite and Diamond Set Necklace, circular claw set to the centre, suspending pear drop, on fine chain; together with certificate. £50-60
625.    A 9ct White Gold Alexandrite Triple Cluster Drop Pendant, claw set throughout, on 9ct white gold chain; together with certificate. £80-100
626.    A 9ct Gold Aquamarine and Diamond Set Pendant, of elongated shape, claw set, on plain bale stamped "375", on fine chain; together with certificate. £80-100
627.    A 9ct White Gold Aquamarine Set Pendant, oval four claw set to the centre, on openwork bale, on 9ct white gold chain; together with certificate. £80-100
628.    A Santa Maria Aquamarine and Diamond Set Circlet Pendant, claw set throughout, on split bale stamped "9k", on 9ct white gold chain; together with certificate. £80-100
629.    An 18ct Gold Zambian Emerald and Diamond Cluster Pendant, square four claw set to the centre, within border of brilliant cut diamonds, on diamond set bale, on fine chain; together with certificate. £200-250
630.    A 9ct White Gold Sapphire and Diamond Set Triple Cluster Drop Pendant, composed of three uniform circular clusters, below circlet surmount, on 18ct white gold chain; together with certificate. £150-180
631.    An 18ct Gold Paraiba Tourmaline Single Stone Pendant, oval four claw set, below brilliant cut diamond set surmount, on 9ct gold chain. £250-300
632.    A 9ct White Gold Aquamarine Set Pendant, of elongated tapering design, oval claw set throughout, on 9ct white gold chain.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £470 £80-100
633.    An 18ct Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Cluster Pendant, the central triangular mixed cut tanzanite claw set, within diamond set border and bale, on 9ct gold chain.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £680 £150-200
634.    A Blue Tourmaline and Diamond Set Openwork Pendant, of circular design claw set, stamped "750", on 9ct white gold chain.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £850 £150-180
635.    A Tanzanite and Diamond Set Cluster Pendant, of flowerhead design, navette shape claw set throughout, stamped "14k", on 9ct white gold chain.
* Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £450 £100-150
636.    A Tanzanite and Diamond Openwork Pendant, claw set to the centre, of flowerhead design, within diamond set border, stamped "9k", on 9ct gold chain.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £520 £100-150
637.    A 9ct White Gold Sapphire and Diamond Set Pendant, of shaped design, claw set throughout, on a fine chain.
*Ernst Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £370 £60-80
638.    An 18ct White Gold Triple Cluster Drop Pendant, of uniform design, claw set on knife edge bars, on fine chain.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/10/2010 £685 £200-250
639.    A Peridot and Diamond Set Circlet Pendant, alternately set, stamped "9k", on 9ct white gold chain.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/10/2010 £300 £50-60
640.    An 18ct Gold Lajao Tourmaline and Diamond Set Drop Pendant, rectangular four claw set below claw set diamond suspension and oval surmount, on 18ct gold chain; together with certificate. £250-300
641.    A Late XIX/Early XX Century Purple and White Paste Set Necklace, of graduated design, with collet set drops (later clasp) in original fitted case. £80-120
642.    A Hallmarked Silver Pendant, FRN (Nunn), Sheffield 1978, of modernist design, set with quartz specimen, on long chain. £30-50
643.    A Hallmarked Silver Pendant, FRN (Nunn), Sheffield 1978, of modernist design, set with quartz specimen, on long chain. £30-50
644.    A Hallmarked Silver Pendant, FRN (Nunn), Sheffield 1977, of modernist design, set with geode specimen, on long chain. £30-50
645.    A Hallmarked Silver Pendant, FRN (Nunn), Sheffield 1974, of modernist Yorkshire Rose design, circular set to the centre, on long chain. £30-50
646.    A Modern Diamond Set Necklace, claw set to the front with uniform brilliant cut stones, with diamond set fringe detail below, to snap clasp, stamped "750". £1500-1800
647.    A Modern 9ct Gold Diamond Set Necklace, of graduated heart design, highlighted with brilliant cut stones, to snap clasp. £400-500
648.    An Arts & Crafts Enamel and Pearl Set Openwork Pendant, of stylised heart design, highlighted in turquoise, blue and green enamel, suspending oval mabé pearl, on Figaro link chain with T-bar fastener. £80-120
649.    An Edwardian Openwork Pendant, circular collet set to the centre, within seed pearl highlighted openwork border, suspending circular collet set drop. £100-150
650.    A Handmade Pearl Set Pendant, of abstract textured design, claw set with a baroque pearl; together with a single strand uniform pearl bead necklace, to clasp stamped "14k". £40-60
651.    A 9ct Gold Fancy Link Chain, composed of belcher and cylindrical baton links. £80-120
652.    A Modern Necklace, oval and circular collet set, on uniform chain connection, suspending three drops, stamped "585". £200-250
653.    A Singe Stone Pendant, of Edwardian style, oval collet set to the centre, indistinctly stamped "375"; on fancy link chain, stamped "750". £100-150
655.    A Continental Diamond Set Bar Brooch, channel set with rose cut diamond highlights, with scroll carved detail. £80-120
656.    A 15ct Gold Bar Brooch, oval collet set to the centre; Together with A Diamond Set Stickpin, the old cut stone claw set; and a three stone bar brooch. £40-60
657.    An Amethyst and Diamond Set Brooch, oval collet set to the centre between six circular collet set old cut diamonds, on knife edge bar, with collet set highlights, stamped "15ct", in original H.L. Brown Sheffield fitted case. £150-180
658.    A Fox Head Bar Brooch, naturalistically modelled, with inset eyes, on a riding crop, stamped "9ct"; Together with Another Example, (lacking one eye). (2) £80-100
659.    A Diamond Set Bar Brooch, circular collet set to the centre, on plain bar, indistinctly stamped. £80-100
660.    A XIX Century Diamond Set Brooch, of shaped circular textured form, star centre with an old cut stone, with glazed locket verso, stamped "15ct". £100-150
661.    A Diamond and Pearl Set Bar Brooch, the elongated bar collet set with two old cut diamonds, spaced by three uniform pearls and diamond set bar. £700-800
662.    A XIX Century Brooch, of stylised knot design, allover foliate leaf scroll engraved, with three rectangular collet set highlights. £80-120
663.    A Garnet Set Brooch/Pendant, of geometric design, rectangular cushion claw set to the centre, below circular collet, suspending tear drop (lacking bale). £100-150
664.    A Diamond Set Bar Brooch, the plain bar detailed to the centre with collet set circlet, stamped "15ct". £70-100
665.    Georg Jensen; A Danish Brooch, of stylised bird of paradise openwork design, stamped markers mark and numbered "238". £75-90
666.    A XIX Century Brooch, of textured oval form, with stylised leaf design to the centre, with seven oval collet set highlights. £200-250
667.    A Late XIX/Early XX Century Tunisian Fibula, khelal-moon, stamped and engraved decoration to both sides, overall length of pin 14.2cm. £60-80
668.    An Opal Single Stone Set Bar Brooch, circular cabochon collet set, stamped "9ct Gold"; An Oval Polished Hardstone Panel Brooch; and another bar brooch, with pearl highlights. (3) £30-50
669.    A Modernist Leaf Brooch, of stylised design, stamped "Beau B Sterling"; A Ruskin Style Ceramic Panel Inset Brooch, within textured border; A Red Enamel Leaf Brooch, and a XIX Century Scottish hardstone inset brooch. (4) £20-30
670.    An Edwardian Style Opal and Diamond Set Brooch, the openwork circle collet set to the centre with a brilliant cut diamond, within border of five heart shape cabochon opals and five smaller stones. £200-300
671.    A Modern 9ct Gold Brooch, of openwork design, marquise set. £30-50
672.    An Opal Set Bar Brooch, circular cabochon set to the centre, on seed pearl inset bar. £60-80
673.    A Modern Opal (Doublet) Set Brooch, of abstract design, oval collet set, stamped "10K". £30-50
674.    A 9ct Gold Oval Shell Carved Cameo Brooch, depicting female profile, within openwork border. £30-50
676.    A XIX Century Charm Bracelet, suspending numerous assorted XIX Century and later charm pendants, including butterfly wing panel pendant, ceramic panel pendant, shoe, musical instrument etc. £60-80
677.    A Modern Diamond Set Bangle, of openwork plain two row design, claw set to the front with uniform brilliant cut stones and channel set princess cut diamond highlights, indistinctly stamped "18k 750". £1500-1600
678.    An 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Tennis Bracelet, of uniform design, claw set throughout with brilliant cut stones, to snap clasp, approximate total diamond weight 3.40cts. £2750-2800
679.    A 9ct Gold Serpent Bangle, (steel spring) with textured head and inset eyes. £100-150
680.    A Tanzanite and Diamond Set Bracelet, of uniform design, claw set throughout.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 15/9/2010 £1,975. £500-600
681.    A Modern 18ct Gold Diamond Set Bracelet, composed of thirteen hexagonal hinged panels, claw set throughout with uniform brilliant cut stones, to snap clasp, stamped "10.000". £1000-1200
682.    A Modern 9ct Gold Diamond Set Bracelet, of two tone textured design, illusion set, to snap clasp. £80-120
683.    A Modern 9ct Gold Diamond Set Bracelet, of uniform three row design, illusion set, to snap clasp. £150-200
684.    A Modern 9ct Gold Diamond Set Panel Bracelet, composed of thirteen rectangular panel links, claw set throughout with uniform brilliant cut stones, to snap clasp, stamped "8.00". £800-900
685.    A Modern 9ct Gold Multi Gem Set Bracelet, uniform oval claw set throughout. £60-80
686.    A Modern Multi Gem Set Bracelet, of two row design, claw set throughout, to snap clasp. £150-180
687.    A Modern Ruby Set Line Bracelet, of uniform design, claw set throughout, to snap clasp, stamped "925". £30-50
688.    A 9ct Gold Diamond Set Bracelet, illusion channel set throughout with uniform brilliant cut stones, to snap clasp. £150-200
689.    A Bangle, of twist design, hinged to snap clasp, stamped "15", in a J.W. Benson Ludgate Hill London Fitted Case. £250-300
690.    A Chester Hallmarked 9ct Gold Bangle, of plain design, hinged to snap clasp. £50-80
691.    A Modern 18ct Gold Diamond Set Bangle, alternately claw set to the front, hinged to snap clasp. £500-700
692.    A Wide 9ct Gold Bangle, allover leaf scroll engraved, hinged to snap clasp. £300-400
693.    A 9ct Gold Bangle, leaf scroll engraved to the front, hinged to snap clasp. £200-250
694.    A Modern Bangle, textured to the front, hinged to snap clasp stamped "750". £200-300
695.    A 9ct Gold Serpent Bangle, (steel spring) with textured head and inset eyes. £100-150
696.    A Modern Panel Bracelet, composed of uniform circular panels, each with Greek Key border, to snap clasp stamped "375". £70-100
697.    A Modern Three Colour Bracelet, of geometric design, stamped "375"; together with another bracelet, of pierced design, stamped "375". (2) £100-150
698.    An Italian Marotto Giulio Style Chunky Bracelet, of openwork design, stamped "BREV.225.VI.750". £400-500
699.    A Modern Bracelet, of uniform textured and polished design, indistinctly stamped "750". £300-400
700.    Erik Granite & Co; A Modernist Bangle, of openwork geometric design, stamped "E.Granite&Co" "925H" "S7" "Made In Finland". £40-60
702.    A 9ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone six claw set, stamped "0.33ct". £150-180
703.    An 18ct Gold Emerald and Diamond Seven Stone Ring, alternately set within engraved setting and engraved shank. £600-700
704.    An 18ct Gold Emerald and Diamond Set Ring, of graduated design with claw set highlights, within scroll carved setting. £150-200
705.    A Modern Pearl Set Dress Ring, set with black and white pearls, of crossover twist design, stamped "585". £150-180
706.    A Single Stone Opal Ring, the central oval cabochon four claw set, between crossover shoulders with claw set highlights, stamped "14k" "585". £100-150
707.    A Large Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, the central (9mm) oval sapphire claw set, within claw set border of ten brilliant cut diamonds. £3000-4000
708.    An 18ct Gold Diamond Set Ring, alternately channel set, between reeded shoulders. £80-120
709.    An 18ct Gold Inset Band, illusion set to the front; Together with A 9ct Gold Ring, of Victorian style, within scroll carved setting. (2) £60-80
710.    A 9ct Gold Opal Set Cluster Ring, oval cabochon claw set to the centre, between trifurcated shoulders; Together with A 9ct Gold Multi Set Ring, of circular design. (2) £80-120
711.    A Large 18ct Gold Opal and Diamond Cluster Ring, the (15x12mm) oval cabochon opal claw set, within border of brilliant cut diamonds; together with a loose faceted oval stone. £1000-1500
712.    A 9ct White Gold Wide Eternity Style Ring, alternately set. £50-80
713.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, graduated claw set, indistinctly stamped "18ct"; Together with Another Similar. (2) £100-150
714.    An Eternity Band, of uniform design, claw set, stamped "Spinel" "18ct". £60-80
715.    A 9ct Gold Half Eternity Style Ring, textured set to the front; Together with An Eternity Band, inscribed "9c"; and another. (3) £70-100
716.    A Five Stone Opal Ring, oval cabochon claw set; Together with An Opal Set Cluster Ring, (one stone missing) indistinctly stamped "9c". (2) £50-70
717.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Dress Ring, claw set; Together with Another Example, of similar design. (2) £100-150
718.    A 9ct Gold Cluster Dress Ring, of flowerhead design, claw set; Together with Another Cluster Ring, pearl set to the centre. (2) £60-80
719.    A Three Stone Dress Ring, graduated claw set, stamped "18ct&PT"; Together with A Single Stone Dress Ring. (2) £60-80
720.    A Two Stone Dress Ring, of crossover design, claw set, indistinctly stamped "9ct"; Together with A Three Stone Ring, graduated claw set, stamped "9ct". (2) £30-50
721.    A Five Stone Dress Ring, claw set, stamped "9ct"; Together with A Single Stone Dress Ring, stamped "9ct Gold"; and another ring. (3) £50-80
722.    An 18ct Gold Pink Tourmaline Single Stone Dress Ring, of Elizabethan style, the central cushion shape stone collet rubover set, between four collet set cabochons to the cardinal points. £200-250
723.    A Large Five Stone Diamond Ring, the cushion and oval shape old cut stones claw set, indistinctly stamped. £500-700
724.    A Diamond Set Marquise Shape Ring, of pierced design, between bifurcated shoulders, indistinctly stamped. £150-200
725.    A Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, rectangular collet set to the centre, within shaped border of brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "750". £400-450
726.    An Art Deco Diamond Set Ring, the high square panel set with graduated old and single cut stones, between textured stepped shoulders, indistinctly stamped. £300-400
727.    A Modern 18ct Gold Seven Stone Diamond Set Cluster Ring, of flowerhead design, set throughout with old cut stones. £400-500
728.    A Gent's Three Stone Diamond Ring, star rubover set to the top with three old cushion cut stones (one chipped), within textured setting, stamped "9ct". £800-900
729.    A Modern Gent's 18ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, of wristwatch style; inset to the centre with uniform brilliant cut stones. £1800-1900
730.    A Modern 18ct Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, semi collet rubover set with uniform brilliant cut stones. £625-675
731.    A Modern 18ct Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, the uniform brilliant cut stones claw set, approximate total diamond weight 1.55cts. £1400-1500
732.    An 18ct Gold Diamond Set Ring, zig zag collet rubover set, between reeded shoulders. £675-700
733.    A Set of Three 18ct Yellow, White and Rose Gold Diamond Set Rings, each of uniform design, claw set. (3) £1550-1600
734.    An 18ct Gold Seven Stone Diamond Set Flowerhead Cluster Ring, claw set throughout, approximate total diamond weight 3.25cts. £3500-3600
735.    An 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, of wide crossover design, channel and claw set throughout with baguette and brilliant cut stones. £1400-1500
736.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Set Dress Ring, triangular claw set to the centre, high between diamond set shoulders. £1700-1750
737.    A Large 18ct White Gold Diamond Cluster Dress Ring, of shaped circular design, claw set throughout with graduated brilliant cut stones. £1200-1500
738.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone halo set within border of smaller brilliant cut stones.
*Newey's (Birmingham) purchase receipt dated 29/12/2015 for £1,475. £400-500
739.    A Large 9ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (8mm) old cut stone ten claw set. £1200-1500
740.    A Diamond Set Cocktail Ring, claw set to the centre with a brilliant cut stone, within claw set shaped border of baguette, marquise and smaller brilliant cut diamonds. £1000-1200
741.    A Large 18ct White Gold Sapphire and Diamond Set Cluster Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, within stepped border of brilliant cut diamonds. £400-500
742.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £150-200
743.    A XIX Century 12ct Gold Cluster Ring, circular collet set between pierced scroll shoulders, Birmingham 1869. £70-100
744.    A XIX Century 15ct Gold Ring, collet and claw set, between tapering textured shoulders, Birmingham 1871. £70-100
745.    A Large Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (11mm) old brilliant cut stone (chipped) six claw set, stamped "Plat". £4000-6000
746.    A Large Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (8mm) old brilliant cut stone claw set, highlighted with four small brilliant cut stones, stamped "Plat". £1800-2200
747.    A Large Three Stone Diamond Ring, claw set throughout with graduated old cut stones, indistinctly stamped "18ct" "Plat". £1000-1500
748.    A Two Stone Diamond Ring, of crossover design, claw set with uniform brilliant cut stones, stamped "18ct". £800-1200
749.    A Large Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (7.5mm) brilliant cut stone eight claw set, between baguette cut diamond inset shoulders, indistinctly stamped "18ct". £1000-1500
750.    A Diamond Set Eternity Band, uniform set throughout with brilliant cut stones.
£100-150
751.    A Diamond Set Band, graduated textured set to the front with brilliant cut stones, indistinctly stamped "Plat". £150-250
752.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, collet set to the centre with a brilliant cut stone, between two princess cut diamonds, indistinctly stamped. £200-250
753.    An 18ct White Gold Paraiba Tourmaline and Diamond Set Ring, oval set to the centre within border of brilliant cut diamonds; together with certificate. £250-300
754.    An 18ct Gold Paraiba Tourmaline and Diamond Set Cluster Ring, circular four claw set to the centre, within brilliant cut diamond set border; together with certificate. £150-200
755.    A 9ct Gold Paraiba Tourmaline Single Stone Ring, oval four claw set, high between diamond set channel shoulders; together with certificate. £80-100
756.    A 9ct Gold Pear Shape Paraiba Tourmaline Single Stone Ring, claw set within claw set border of brilliant cut diamonds; together with certificate. £100-150
757.    A 9ct White Gold Aquamarine and Diamond Set Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, within border of single cut diamonds, between diamond set shoulders; together with certificate. £80-100
758.    An 18ct Gold Aquamarine and Diamond Cluster Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, within double row border of brilliant cut diamonds, claw set throughout; together with certificate. £150-180
759.    A 9ct White Gold Aquamarine and Diamond Set Dress Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, high between three row baguette set shoulders; together with certificate. £80-100
760.    An 18ct Gold Green Tourmaline and Diamond Cluster Ring, rectangular set to the centre, within border of single cut stones and inset shoulders; together with certificate. £150-180
761.    An 18ct Gold Green Tourmaline and Diamond Ring, rectangular four claw set to the centre, between four brilliant cut diamonds and plain reeded shoulders; together with certificate. £100-120
762.    A 14ct Gold Monte Belo Indicolite and Diamond Set Cocktail Ring, rectangular four claw set to the centre, within border of brilliant cut diamonds and baguette set shoulders; together with certificate. £200-250
763.    A 9ct White Gold Green Tourmaline and Diamond Set Ring, cushion shape eight claw set to the centre, between diamond set shoulders; together with certificate. £80-100
764.    An 18ct Gold Pederneira Indicolite and Diamond Set Ring, rectangular four claw set to the centre, between stepped shoulders, illusion set. £80-100
765.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Emerald Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between baguette cut diamond set channel shoulders; together with certificate. £100-150
766.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Emerald Ring, oval four claw set, between six brilliant cut diamonds; together with certificate. £100-150
767.    An 18ct White Gold Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring, rectangular four claw set to the centre, within border of brilliant cut diamonds, between inset shoulders; together with certificate. £100-120
768.    A 9ct White Gold Tsavorite and Diamond Set Ring, graduated claw set; together with certificate. £40-50
769.    A 9ct Gold Tsavorite Garnet and Diamond Set Dress Ring, of two row crossover design, claw set to the centre; together with certificate. £40-50
770.    A 9ct White Gold Capelinha Sphene and Diamond Set Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, within border of single cut diamonds, between inset shoulders; together with certificate. £80-100
771.    A 9ct Gold Cruzeiro Rubellite and Diamond Set Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, within single cut diamond set border, between baguette cut inset shoulders; together with certificate. £80-100
772.    An 18ct Gold Cruzeiro Rubellite Single Stone Ring, oval four claw set, between tapered baguette cut shoulders; together with certificate. £80-100
773.    An 18ct Gold Shimoyo Rubellite and Diamond Set Dress Ring, elongated pear shape four claw set to the centre, between textured tapering shoulders; together with certificate. £100-150
774.    A 9ct Gold Pink Tourmaline and Diamond Set Cluster Ring, rectangular four double claw set, high within illusion set border; together with certificate. £50-60
775.    An 18ct White Gold Brazilian Alexandrite and Diamond Three Stone Ring, graduated claw set; together with certificate. £180-220
776.    An 18ct White Gold Pear Shape Brazilian Alexandrite Single Stone Ring, claw set between channel set shoulders; together with certificate. £150-180
777.    A 9ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Rectangular Cluster Ring, four double claw set to the centre, within diamond set border, between diamond set openwork shoulders; together with certificate. £150-180
778.    An 18ct Gold Tanzanite Single Stone Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between brilliant cut diamond claw set shoulders; together with certificate. £150-180
779.    A 9ct Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Set Dress Ring, pear shape four claw set to the centre, between two row shoulders, claw set throughout; together with certificate. £100-150
780.    A 9ct Gold Tanzanite Single Stone Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between crossover style shoulders, uniform claw set; together with certificate. £80-100
781.    A 9ct White Gold Fluorite and Diamond Set Cocktail Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, high between diamond set openwork shoulders; together with certificate. £60-80
782.    A 9ct Gold Apatite and Diamond Set Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between six brilliant cut diamonds; together with certificate. £50-60
783.    A Kyanite and Orissa Alexandrite Set Dress Ring, graduated claw set, between diamond set channel shoulders; together with certificate. £50-60
784.    A 9ct Gold Garnet and Diamond Set Ring, rectangular cushion shape double four claw set to the centre, between tapering inset shoulders; together with certificate. £60-70
785.    A 9ct Gold Aquamarine and Diamond Set Cluster Ring, of flowerhead design, claw set.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £380 £50-60
786.    An 18ct White Gold Single Stone Tanzanite Ring, four claw set, between plain tapering shoulders, stamped "Iliana".
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £650 £150-180
787.    An 18ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Set Dress Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between crossover style shoulders.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £725 £150-180
788.    An 18ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Set Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between two row shoulders of uniform stones.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £900 £200-250
789.    A Tanzanite and Diamond Set Cluster Ring, the central oval tanzanite four claw set, within border of brilliant cut diamonds, between plain tapering shoulders, the setting of cushion shape profile with openwork detail, stamped "18k".
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £1,600 £400-500
790.    An 18ct Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Set Ring, circular four claw set to the centre, between diamond set shoulders.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £520 £100-120
791.    An 18ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Five Stone Ring, graduated claw set, stamped "Iliana".
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £600 £150-180
792.    An 18ct Gold Green Tourmaline and Diamond Cluster Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, within border of brilliant cut diamonds, between diamond set shoulders.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £985 £200-250
793.    An 18ct White Gold Green Tourmaline and Diamond Set Dress Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between crossover style shoulders, with diamond set highlights.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £720 £150-180
794.    A 14ct White Gold Tanzanite Single Stone Ring, oval four claw set, between six brilliant cut diamonds.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £535 £100-120
795.    A 9ct Gold Demantoid Garnet and Diamond Set Dress Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between textured inset shoulders.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £380 £50-60
796.    An 18ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Set Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between double row channel set shoulders.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £860 £150-200
797.    A 9ct White Gold Sapphire and Diamond Three Stone Ring, graduated claw set, between plain shoulders.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £300 £80-100
798.    A 14ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Set Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between double row diamond set bifurcated shoulders.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/9/2010 £1,360 £300-400
799.    An 18ct White Gold Diamond Single Stone Ring, the brilliant cut stone four claw set between diamond set tapering channel shoulders.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/10/2010 £895 £200-250
800.    An 18ct White Gold Diamond Cluster Ring, of flowerhead design, claw set between tapering pierced shoulders. £150-180
801.    A 9ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Set Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between six brilliant cut diamonds.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/10/2010 £500 £100-150
802.    An 18ct White Gold Single Stone Tanzanite Ring, cushion shape four claw set to the centre, between brilliant cut diamond set channel shoulders.
*Ernest Jones Insurance Valuation 21/10/2010 £1,335 £300-350
803.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Lajao Tourmaline Ring, rectangular four claw set, between brilliant cut diamond set shoulders; together with certificate. £200-250
804.    A 9ct White Gold Circular Cluster Ring, four claw set between plain shoulders. £60-80
805.    A 9ct White Gold Diamond Cluster Ring, of circular design, between bifurcated shoulders. £40-60
806.    A 9ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Set Dress Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between openwork shoulders. £80-120
807.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stones claw set, stamped "18ct&Pt". £150-200
808.    An 18ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Set Ring, oval four claw set to the centre between diamond set shoulders; together with AnchorCert Gemstone Certificate. £800-850
809.    A Platinum Marquise Cut Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (12x6mm) stone claw set on plain band.
*Michael Spiers (Exeter) Insurance Valuation states Diamond Weight 1.66ct, Diamond Colour/Clarity I/SI1 (valuation undated) £11,550 £4000-5000
810.    A Modern Sapphire Cluster Ring, oval cabochon collet set to the centre with a star sapphire, within claw set sapphire border, stamped "750". £300-350
811.    A Modern Single Stone Sapphire Set Dress Ring, four claw cushion set to the centre, between two baguette cut stones, semi collet set, stamped "750". £400-450
812.    A Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, oval claw set to the centre, within border of brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "750". £400-450
813.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, graduated claw set with old brilliant cut stones, shank inscribed "F.W.A-S.M.W. Dec 25th 1957"; together with Norwich Union Insurance Policy dated 24th December 1957 for £100. £200-250
814.    A Large 9ct Gold Diamond Set Cocktail Dress Ring, rectangular collet set to the centre with twenty uniform princess cut diamonds, between further princess cut diamonds and wide setting of brilliant cut diamonds, between tapering shoulders. £200-250
815.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated old cut stones claw set, stamped "18ct" "Plat". £200-250
816.    A 9ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone claw set, between plain tapering shoulders. £100-150
817.    A Modern Diamond Set Dress Ring, of oval form, claw set to the centre within two row border of single cut and baguette cut stones, stamped "925"; A Modern Cluster Dress Ring, multi claw set throughout, stamped "925". (2) £30-50
818.    A Modern 9ct Gold Diamond Cluster Dress Ring, of shaped design, claw and semi channel set throughout with brilliant and baguette cut stones. £80-100
819.    A 9ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, of wide crossover design. £50-70
820.    A 9ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, of five row design, graduated claw set, between bifurcated shoulders. £50-70
821.    A Modern 9ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, of three row design, channel set with uniform brilliant cut stones, with baguette cut diamond highlights. £50-70
822.    A Modern 9ct Gold Four Cluster Dress Ring, oval, square and circular set, on plain tapering band. £50-70
823.    A 9ct Gold Two Tone Diamond Set Dress Ring, of tapering shaped design, claw set throughout. £50-70
824.    A 9ct Gold Diamond Cluster Ring, shaped claw set to the centre with uniform brilliant cut stones, between tapering three row channel set shoulders. £50-70
825.    A Modern 9ct Gold Single Stone Dress Ring, elongated rectangular four claw set to the centre, between channel set shoulders. £50-70
826.    A 9ct Gold Chrome Diopside and Diamond Set Cluster Ring, rectangular double four claw set to the centre, within diamond set border and diamond set bifurcated shoulders. £200-250
827.    A Modern 9ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, large marquise set to the centre, between wide tapering pierced inset shoulders. £50-70
828.    An 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Double Cluster Ring, of flowerhead design, claw set with graduated brilliant cut stones, between scroll crossover shoulders. £400-500
829.    A Modern 9ct Gold Two Tone Diamond Set Dress Ring, of wide crossover design, graduated claw set throughout. £100-150
830.    A 9ct White Gold Diamond Set Ring, uniform claw set throughout. £80-100
831.    A Modern 9ct Gold Ring, of wide textured design, highlighted with three claw set flowerhead clusters and scroll detail. £50-70
832.    A 9ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, of geometric textured design, claw and channel set throughout with uniform brilliant and baguette cut stones. £50-70
833.    A 9ct Gold Yellow and Blue Sapphire Five Stone Ring, alternately claw set with uniform oval stones, with diamond highlights. £50-70
834.    A White Topaz Single Stone Ring, four claw set between plain crossover shoulders, stamped "750". £80-100
835.    A 9ct Gold Cluster Dress Ring, tapering claw set throughout. £50-70
836.    A Chester Hallmarked 18ct Gold Gent's Signet Ring, (worn); Together with A 9ct Gold Signet Style Ring, initialled. (2) £50-80
837.    An 18ct Gold Three Stone Ring, graduated set, between textured shoulders. £50-80
838.    A 9ct Gold Three Stone Ring, graduated set between textured shoulders; Together with A Five Stone Opal Ring, circular cabochon set, stamped "9ct". (2) £30-50
839.    A Diamond Cluster Ring, of flowerhead design, collet set throughout, between single stone shoulders, indistinctly stamped. £150-200
840.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated old brilliant cut stones illusion set, between crossover shoulders, indistinctly stamped. £120-150
841.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone eight claw set, between plain tapering shoulders, stamped ".33". £180-220
842.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated old cut stones claw set, between crossover shoulders, stamped. £120-150
843.    A Modern Four Stone Diamond Ring, the uniform brilliant cut stones claw set, between crossover shoulders, stamped "375". £100-150
844.    A 9ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone claw set, between plain tapering shoulders, stamped "0.25". £150-180
845.    A Large Modern Diamond Set Cocktail Ring, rectangular set to the centre with uniform princess cut stones, within baguette cut channel border and brilliant cut highlights. £450-500
846.    A Diamond Set Ring, of marquise design, set throughout with old cut stones, between trifurcated shoulders. £120-160
847.    A 9ct Gold Malachite Set Dress Ring, of marquise shape, collet set between pierced tapering shoulders. £30-50
848.    A Pearl Set Ring, of flowerhead design, indistinctly stamped "750"(?). £40-60
849.    A Coral Set Ring, the oval cabochon collet set between plain tapering shoulders, stamped "9ct". £30-50
850.    A Middle Eastern Style Ring, of high textured design, stamped "K18"; together with another ring, of textured design, stamped. £70-100
851.    A Nine Stone Diamond Cluster Ring, set throughout with brilliant cut stones, stamped "18ct" "Plat". £300-400
852.    A 22ct Plain Gold Wedding Band. £60-80
853.    A Three Stone Ring, oval set to the centre, stamped "18ct"; A Single Stone Ring, stamped "18K"; and a textured band, stamped "750". (3) £100-150
854.    A 9ct Gold Patterned Wedding Band, together with a plain band; a dress ring, stamped "9ct" and another ring (damaged). (4) £100-150
856.    A Novelty Money Clip, detailed in relief as a USA one hundred dollar bill, stamped "14K", 3.9cm long. £80-100
857.    A Double Albert Chain, indistinctly stamped "9", to double swivel style clasps, suspending T-bar; Together with A Swivel Fob Pendant, with shield surmount; and a seal style pendant. (3) £150-200
858.    A 9ct Gold Graduated Curb Link Albert Chain, to single swivel style clasp and bolt ring, suspending sliding T-bar. £100-150
859.    A Gent's Tie Slide, of plain design, stamped "375". £50-60
860.    A Pair of Art Deco Gent's Cufflinks, stamped "9ct & 18ct WG", the octagonal panels highlighted in white enamel, on chain connections, in original fitted case, with matching studs and buttons. £100-150
861.    A Masonic Folding Star Pendant, stamped "9ct & Sil". £30-50
862.    A Fancy Link Albert Chain, stamped "375", to double swivel clasps, suspending T-bar. £250-300
863.    A 9ct Gold Graduated Albert Chain, to single swivel style clasp, suspending T-bar and a hallmarked silver vesta case, allover foliate engraved and initialled. £150-200
864.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, each oval panel leaf scroll engraved, on chain connections; Together with Another Pair, each rectangular panel engine turned, on chain connections. (2) £70-100
865.    A Curb Link Guard Type Chain, to single swivel stamped "9c", suspending a 9ct gold medallion pendant. £100-150
867.    Omega; A De Ville Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton markers and date aperture, (movement unseen) on a later bracelet; together with an Omega outer box and booklet dated 17.8.68. £100-150
868.    Omega; A Vintage Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, baton markers and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement numbered "8179219", case back stamped "9012445", on later expanding bracelet; together with an Omega Automatic gent's wristwatch, the signed square dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, on later expanding bracelet. (2) £70-100
869.    Rolex; A Stainless Steel Oyster Precision Gent's Wristwatch Head, (lacking bracelet) Ref:6426, case indistinctly (rubbed) numbered "37??214"(?), the signed grey dial with baton markers (movement unseen), within 35mm case. £400-600
870.    A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (lacking hand), the tonneau shape case engraved "Eph From Rene Xmas 1939", on a strap. £50-80
871.    Omega; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, baton markers and seconds subsidiary dial, within case initialled "S.C.G", on later expanding bracelet. £150-200
872.    Rotary; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers and date aperture, the case engraved "Presented to L Gaunt for 44 Years Loyal Service with E Green & Son Ltd", on later expanding bracelet. £50-80
873.    Certina; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers, to integral textured bracelet with 9ct gold clasp. £250-300
874.    Rolex; An 18ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton markers, within plain case, London 1958, between stylised lugs, to later textured bracelet with 9ct gold clasp, together with a purchase receipt from H.L. Brown (Sheffield) dated July 17th 1961 for £57. £150-200
875.    An 18ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the rectangular dial with black Arabic numerals, within case highlighted in green and blue enamel, bearing import marks for 1925, on expanding bracelet stamped "18ct". £180-200
876.    A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch Head, (lacking strap) the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain cushion shape case. £70-100
877.    J.W. Benson; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, on a strap; Silvana; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with line markers, on a strap. (2) £100-150
878.    Omega; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed square dial with baton markers, to integral textured bracelet, with 9ct gold clasp, in original case. £180-220
879.    DeLaneau; A Diamond Set Ladies Cocktail Wristwatch, the signed oval lapis lazuli dial within double row claw set border of brilliant cut diamonds, case stamped "0.750 18k", to integral textured bracelet, with snap clasp stamped "DeLaneau" "750", in original box. £3000-3500
880.    DuWard King; A Ladies Dress Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton markers and Arabic numeral, within plain case, stamped "18k 0.750", to integral textured bracelet, clasp indistinctly stamped. £700-800
881.    Rado; A Coupole Diamond Set Ladies Wristwatch, (R22850703) the signed black dial with diamond highlights, to two tone bracelet, in original box with (2 year) International Warranty Card stating date of purchase from Goldsmiths 05/04/2016.
£600-700
882.    Longines; A Le Grand Classique Diamond Set Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with diamond highlights, to integral two tone bracelet, in original box with International Warranty Card stating purchase from Goldsmiths 9/8/11.
£300-400
883.    TAG Heuer; A Formula 1 Diamond Set Ladies Wristwatch, Ref:WAH1313.BA0868, the signed dial with diamond markers, within ceramic and diamond set bezel, to integral two tone bracelet, in original box with International Guarantee Card stating date of purchase from C.W.Sellors 26/8/14.
*This model is currently listed on the TAG Heuer website to buy at £2,150. £1000-1200
884.    Rolex; A 1980's Oyster Perpetual (69178) Datejust Ladies Wristwatch, serial number R431944 (for 1988), the signed black dial with date aperture, within (after set) diamond set bezel, to President bracelet (stamped number 8570 F), in a Rolex box.
*This watch has no certificate. £3800-4200
885.    Rado; A 'Florence' Ladies Wristwatch, the signed rectangular dial with square markers and date aperture, to integral bracelet, in original box. £150-200
886.    Joe Rodeo; A Diamond Set Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with three subsidiary dials and date aperture, within two row diamond set bezel, to integral diamond set bracelet, in original box with two interchangeable leather straps (pink and black) and a plain bezel.
*Box reference label states model RIO, reference JRO 19, 945 Diamond 10.00CT. £800-900
887.    International Watch Co Schaffhausen; A Gent's Wristwatch, (pocketwatch conversion), the signed dial with black Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, with see through case back, on a strap. £300-400
888.    A Gent's Chronograph Wristwatch, (pocketwatch conversion), the offset unsigned dial with black, red, green and blue Arabic numerals, two subsidiary dials and centre seconds hand, within plain gun metal case with applied lugs, on a strap. £300-400
889.    Rolex; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with black and red Arabic numerals, the movement stamped "Rolex", within plain case, bearing import marks for London 1913, on expanding bracelet stamped "9ct". £150-200
891.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement with rose cut diamond end stone, signed "Jas Adland Louth", within plain case and plain pair case, London 1864; Together with A Graduated Curb Link Albert Chain; a "Craftsman" gold plated case openface pocketwatch and another (damaged/incomplete). £80-120
892.    Thos Russell & Son Liverpool; A 9ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case. £100-150
893.    An 18ct Gold Cased Half Hunter Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed "J. A. & N. S. Regent St. London", numbered 40693 and stamped "Kew Certificate 85-4 Marks", within monogrammed case, Chester 1906. £400-600
894.    John Forrest London Chronometer Maker to the Admiralty; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement cover signed John Forrest London, within plain case with vacant cartouche, Chester 1900; Together with A Decorative Plated Pocketwatch Stand, as a courting couple, on stepped base, overall height 21cm. (2) £80-120
896.    A XIX Century Ladies Fob Watch, the engraved dial with black Roman numerals, within decorative foliate engraved case, stamped "K18", in a fitted case. £150-180
897.    A XIX Century 18ct Gold Cased Ladies Fob Watch, the foliate engraved dial with black Roman numerals, the movement signed "Wm Brown, 62 High Street Sheffield", within decorative allover engraved enamel highlighted case, Chester 1873. £200-300
899.    Two Victoria Half Sovereigns, 1892, (shield back) each loose set in pendant mount, as a pair of earrings. £200-300
900.    Victorian Sovereign, 1872 (young head) loose set within 9ct gold pendant mount, on a 9ct gold ropetwist chain. £200-300
901.    South Africa Pond, 1897, loose set within pendant mount stamped "9ct". £150-200
902.    Victoria Sovereign, 1890, loose set within openwork pendant mount, on a 9ct gold ropetwist chain. £200-300
903.    George V Sovereign, 1912 (M). £150-200
904.    Kew Gardens 50p Gold Proof Coin, 2009, in capsule and fitted case, complete with certificate numbered "0068". £700-1000
905.    WITHDRAWN
Elizabeth II Gold £100 Britannia Commemorative Cover, 2014, in presentation sleeve. £600-800
906.    WITHDRAWN
Elizabeth II Gold £100 Britannia Commemorative Cover, 2014, in presentation sleeve. £600-800
907.    The 70th Anniversary of D-Day £1 Gold Proof Coin, 2014, in capsule and fitted case. £200-250
908.    George V Half Sovereign, 1913. £70-100
909.    Elizabeth II Gold Double Sovereign Gold Proof Coin, 2002, in capsule. £400-500
910.    Three The Centenary of World War I Gold Coins, 2014, in capsules, with Certificates of Authenticity. (3) £30-50
911.    Three The Centenary of World War I Gold Coins, 2014, in capsules, with Certificates of Authenticity. (3) £30-50
912.    Three The Centenary of World War I Gold Coins, 2014, in capsules, with Certificates of Authenticity. (3) £30-50
913.    Three The Centenary of World War I Gold Coins, 2014, in capsules, with Certificates of Authenticity. (3) £30-50
914.    Four The HRH Prince George of Cambridge 1st Birthday Gold Coins, 2014, with Certificates of Authenticity. (4) £40-60
915.    Four The HRH Prince George of Cambridge 1st Birthday Gold Coins, 2014, with Certificates of Authenticity. (4) £40-60
916.    Two The Queen Elizabeth II Gold Coins, 2015, in capsules, with Certificates of Authenticity. (2) £25-45
917.    Two The Queen Elizabeth II Gold Coins, 2015, in capsules, with Certificates of Authenticity. (2) £25-45
918.    Three The St George & The Dragon Gold Coins, 2013, in capsules, with Certificates of Authenticity. £30-50
919.    Three The St George & The Dragon Gold Coins, 2013, in capsules, with Certificates of Authenticity. £30-50
920.    Three The St George & The Dragon Gold Coins, 2013, in capsules, with Certificates of Authenticity. £30-50
921.    Two Credit Suisse 5g Platinum Bars, numbered 025676 and 024779; Pamp 5g Platinum Bar, numbered B000561. (3) £200-300
922.    Two Elizabeth II St George & The Dragon Half Crown Gold Coins, 2009, in capsules and Fabula Aurum box. £25-45
923.    Elizabeth II Half Crown Gold Coin, 2009, in capsule and Fabula Aurum box; Elizabeth II Half Crown Gold Coin, 2009, in magnified capsule and Fabula Aurum box. (2) £20-40
924.    Elizabeth II Isle of Man Life of Queen Elizabeth 1/5 Sovereign, 2013, in capsule; Elizabeth II Gibraltar House of Plantagenet King Richard I 1 Gram Coin, 1999, in capsule. (2) £20-40
925.    Elizabeth II Fiji Columbus Santa Maria 10 Dollars Gold Coin, 2006, in capsule; Elizabeth II Canada 1 Dollar Gold Coin, 1998, in capsule. (2) £20-40
926.    Elizabeth II Bailiwick of Guernsey Elizabeth and Philip 1947-1997 Five Pounds Gold Coin, 1997, in capsule; Elizabeth II The St George & The Dragon Twenty Five Pence Gold Coin, 2013, in capsule with Certificate of Authenticity. (2) £20-40
927.    An Irish 15ct Gold Medallion, "Litteris Recentioribus, Ang. Et Gal., Feliciter Excultis, Guilelmus H. Lyons, 1934", Dublin 1932, in original West & Son The King's Jewellers 102 & 103 Grafton Street Dublin case; An Irish Medallion Pendant, "Philosophical Society of The University of Dublin", inscribed "Oratory W.H. Lyons. Sch. Mod. Session 1933-34", in a fitted case and a smaller example, inscribed "Composition W.H. Lyons Sch. Mod. Session 1933-34". (3) £700-900
928.    LOT WITHDRAWN - Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1967. £180-200
929.    LOT WITHDRAWN - Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1967. £180-200
930.    LOT WITHDRAWN - Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1967. £180-200
931.    LOT WITHDRAWN - Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1979, in capsule and case as issued. £180-200
932.    LOT WITHDRAWN - South Africa Krugerrand, 1974. £700-900
933.    LOT WITHDRAWN - South Africa Krugerrand, 1974. £700-900
934.    Edward VII Half Sovereign, 1910; USA One Dollar, 1921. (2) £70-90
935.    Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1979, in capsule and case as issued. £180-200
936.    George V Half Sovereign, 1913. £70-100