Antique & Fine Art Auction
on Friday 21st September 2018

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500.    An Isle of Wight Blue Aurene Globular Vase, designed by Michael Harris, impressed seal mark, 14cm high. £50-70
501.    An Isle of Wight Blue Aurene Decanter and Stopper, of square form, with clear glass trail, impressed seal mark, 15 cm high. £40-50
502.    A Set of Six St Louis Harlequin Liqueur Glasses, the multi coloured flashed bowls with cut decoration and raised on faceted stems and circular feet, (two damaged) 14.5cm high. (6) £50-80
503.    A Late XIX Century Bohemian Glass Tankard, of faceted form, the ruby ground etched with two dogs in a wooded landscape, 13cm high; A New Hall Jug, painted with Oriental figures, 10.5cm high and a pearlware blue and white 'Northern Scenery' pottery mug, 8cm high. (3) £40-60
504.    An Art Deco Blue Tinted Bimini Cocktail Set, the baluster shaped decanter inset with a milky glass lampwork figure of a mermaid, with similar stopper, six stem glasses, the shallow bowl supported by a mermaid, each piece finely engraved with a flower and leaf design, decanter 22cm high overall. (8) £50-70
505.    An XVIII Century Wine Glass, the tapered bowl etched with flowers and raised on a white enamel twist stem and circular foot, 14.5cm high; A Further Wine Glass, with a bell shaped bowl raised on an air twist stem and domed circular foot, 15.5cm high; Another, with ogee bowl, plain stem and circular folded foot, 13cm high. (3) £70-100
506.    A Collection of Waterford Crystal, in the 'Lismore' pattern, etched marks, comprising six tumblers, 8.5cm high, two wine glasses, 19cm high, two tall champagne flutes, 20cm high, six champagne glasses, 10cm high and similar specimen vase, a ships decanter and a tall decanter and stoppers. (21) £50-80
507.    A Pair of Early XX Century Glass Table Lustres, the blue overlaid grounds cut with ovals, the shaped central columns with octagonal knobs and circular bases, hung with prismatic drops, 28cm high. (2) £80-120
508.    A Pair of Bohemian Glass Vases, of faceted tapered form raised on knopped stems and petal shaped feet, the ruby flashed ground etched with deer in wooded landscapes, 38cm high. (2) £70-100
509.    A XIX Century Oversized Blue Glass Decanter and Tall Stopper, the mallet shaped body with three neck rings, painted in enamels with a military gentleman within a white dots and floral cartouche, 56cm high; A Bohemian Green Glass Vase, of campana form, decorated with wrigglework, 37.5cm high. (2)
£50-80
510.    A Part Suite of Waterford 'Lismore' Pattern Glassware, comprising a decanter and stopper, 34cm high, six hock glasses, 19cm high, six sherry glasses, 11cm high and six liqueur glasses, 9cm high, etched marks. (20) £120-180
511.    An XVIII Century Olive Green Glass Bottle, of mallet form, with tapering neck, 21cm high. £50-80
512.    An XVIII Century Wine Glass, the ogee bowl etched with floral sprigs within a swag border, raised on a white enamel twist stem and circular foot, 13cm high; A Liquor Glass, raised on white/red enamel twist stem and circular foot, 11cm high. (2) £50-80
513.    A Peter Layton Iridescent Blown Glass Vase, of elongated ovoid pebble form, with naturalistic shell pattern, etched signature and dated 1985 to base, 16.5cm long. £100-150
514.    An Art Nouveau Bohemian Iridescent Green Opaque Glass Vase, with darker fluted applied decoration and pierced metal collar, 19.5cm high. £50-70
515.    A Modern Lalique Amber Glass Model of a Rearing Horse, in clear and frosted finish, etched mark, 14cm high. £80-120
516.    A Modern Lalique Glass Scent Bottle and Stopper, modelled in the 'Deux Fleurs' design in a clear and frosted glass, engraved mark 'Lalique France', 9.5cm high. £150-200
517.    A Modern Lalique Glass Scent Bottle and Stopper, modelled in the 'Nuages' design of cherubs and clouds, in a clear and frosted glass, engraved mark 'Lalique France', 10.5cm high. £120-180
518.    A Modern Lalique Glass Scent Bottle and Stopper, modelled in the 'Folie' design of flowers in a clear and frosted glass, engraved mark 'Lalique France', 9cm high. £120-180
519.    A Modern Lalique Glass Scent Bottle and Stopper, modelled in the 'Dahlia' pattern, in a clear and frosted glass, the flowers with black highlights to the centre, engraved marks 'Lalique France', 17.5cm high. £200-300
520.    An XVIII Century Wine Glass, the funnel bowl raised on airtwist stem and circular foot (a/f), 15cm high; A Set of Six Early XIX Century Liqueur Glasses, with faceted bowls, a sundae dish and seventeen various glasses. (25) £40-60
521.    A Pair of Early XIX Century Glass Decanters and Stoppers, of mallet form with hobnail and diamond cut bands, star bases, the necks with three bands, 26cm high. (4) £50-80
522.    A Vistosi 'Pulcini' Glass Bird, designed by Alessandro Pianon in 1961, with blown orange textured body and applied glass cane eyes, on wire legs, unsigned, 23cm high. £2000-2500
527.    A Royal Doulton 'Flambé' Pottery Ovoid Vase, decorated in black with a church in a wooded landscape, printed mark, 20cm high. £50-80
528.    A Wedgwood Fairyland Lustre Porcelain Vase, of ovoid form, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones with the 'Candlemas' pattern, printed mark, shape 2311, pattern number 25157, 19.5cm high. £500-800
529.    A Late XVII Century Dutch Delft Royal Commemorative Dish, of fluted circular form, painted in blue, green and yellow with a bust portrait of William III of Orange within a border of stylised tulips and roses (cracked), 22cm diameter. £200-300
530.    A Mid XX Century Prattware Bread Plate, of dished oval form, the rim inscribed "Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread", the centre decorated with a Dickensian scene within a green basketwork border, 32cm long. £40-60
531.    A Collection of Eight Mid XIX Century Prattware Porter Mugs, each decorated with a printed scene within a gilt cartouche against multi-coloured grounds and geometric interior borders, 7.5cm to 10cm high. (8) £70-100
532.    Four Mid XIX Century Prattware Teacups and Saucers, decorated with printed scenes within a gilt cartouche against multi-coloured grounds and geometric borders. (4) £30-40
533.    A Pair of Mid XIX Century Prattware Low Tazza, decorated with maroon borders and geometric rims, 23.5cm diameter; A Similar Teapot and Cover, Jug and Box and Cover. (7) £40-60
534.    A Late XIX Century Sévres Cabinet Cup and Saucer, painted with colourful sprays of flowers within dark blue borders, with tooled gilt swags of flowers, the cup with blue interlaced 'L' mark. £50-80
535.    A Modern Continental Porcelain Centrepiece Bowl, of fluted oval form raised on spreading footed base, moulded with foliage and decorated with sprays of summer flowers within swags of roses against a dark blue, elaborately gilt decorated ground, 33cm high. £50-80
536.    A Beswick Pottery Model of Mare and Foal, upon a naturalistic rectangular grassy base, impressed and printed marks, shape number 1811, 24cm long; A Beswick Model of a Swimming Trout, 16.5cm high, (2) £60-80
537.    A Coalport Porcelain Vase, of globular form with short neck and foot, painted in a circular cartouche with a mountainous lake scene, signed indistinctly, against a dark blue and gilt ground, printed mark, 9.5cm high. £40-60
538.    A Belleek Porcelain Neptune Teapot and Cover, with green highlights, unmarked, 12cm high; a Belleek Echinus teapot and cover, 8cm high; a Belleek Lotus cream jug and sugar bowl, a Belleek Cornucopia vase, a Belleek fish mounted dish, a Belleek lily jug and a Belleek coral handled jug. (10) £100-150
539.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Figure 'June', designed by F. Doughty, shape number 3456, black printed mark, 16cm high; Another, 'Two Babies', 9cm high. (2) £50-80
540.    A Royal Doulton Porcelain Miniature Figure 'Paisley Shawl', M4, 1932-45, printed marks, 9.5cm high; Another, 'Patricia, M28, 10.5cm high and a pair of Royal Doulton miniature Bridesmaids, mounted as bookends. (4) £40-60
541.    A Royal Doulton Stoneware Mug, to commemorate the coronation of HM King George V and Queen Mary 1911, impressed marks, 10.5cm high; A Royal Doulton 'Monk in Cellar' Jug, printed marks, 15cm high and a 'Sairey Gamp' jug, 17.5cm high. (3) £30-40
542.    A Mettlach Pottery Stein, of cylindrical form, incised and painted with a central portrait of of gentleman and dogs chasing boar, impressed mark, 15cm high; A Royal Worcester Coffee Pot and Cover, designed by Scottie Wilson, with birds, 16cm high (chipped); A Macintyre Style Vase, the dark blue ground with gilt Art Nouveau floral decoration, 9cm high. (3) £50-70
543.    A Wedgwood Pottery Black Basalt Teapot and Cover, Sucrier and Milk Jug, each of part fluted form and applied with scrolling floral bands, impressed marks; A Robinson & Leadbeater Parian Bust, 20.5cm high and a Prattware fluted dish, printed marks, 18cm diameter. (6) £60-80
544.    A Swaithe Main Colliery Explosion Pottery Plate, printed in brown, the centre with a tomb inscribed "J. Mitchell Coal Owner Died Jay. 24 1876", the border with names of the victims, the reverse inscribed 'Designed and manufactured by J. Wardle and Co, Middlesbro and Stoke on Trent', damaged, 21cm diameter. £30-50
545.    An XVIII Century Derby Porcelain Figure Group, modelled as a seated couple, holding a dog, another figure looking towards them, bocage background, upon a floral encrusted scrolling oval base, 30cm high. £100-150
546.    A Hadley Worcester Porcelain Jardiniére, of globular form with pierced neck and footed base, painted with peacocks within moulded panels, printed mark, 14.5cm. £150-200
547.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Vase, of ovoid form, painted by Roberts, signed, with ripening fruit on a mossy woodland bank, shape number G461, date code for 1960, 10.5cm high. £60-80
548.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Jug, of tapered form with basket work handle, the blush ivory ground printed and painted with floral sprays, shape number 1407, date code for 1904, 23cm high (restored); A Royal Worcester Bowl, painted with pink roses, 8.5cm high. (2) £40-60
549.    A Pair of Royal Worcester Figures of Cairo Water Carriers, each holding a large urn, their cream robes with black foliate decoration, raised on blush ivory naturalistic bases, puce marks, shape number 1250, 22cm and 24cm high. (2) £200-300
550.    A Wedgwood 'Fairyland Lustre' Porcelain Punch Bowl, designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, the interior with mermaid centre and the 'Woodland Bridge' pattern, the exterior with the 'Poplar Trees' pattern, Portland vase mark in gilt, Z4968, 28cm diameter, some damage. £1000-1500
551.    A Pilkington's Royal Lancastrian Pottery Vase, of ovoid form, designed by William Mycock, with galleons at sea on matt green and blue ground, impressed marks and monogram, 18cm high. £120-180
552.    A Carter, Stabler Adams Poole Red Earthenware Vase, of baluster form, designed by Truda Adams with a geometric design in shades of purple, blue and green against a white slip glaze, painters mark for Margaret Holder 1927-36, pattern number 966/BS, impressed mark, 25cm high; Another, Carter, Stabler Adams two-handled vase, painted by Ruth Pavely (1922-1937) with sprays of flowers, 22cm high. (2) £100-150
553.    A Wedgwood 'Florentine' Pattern Part Dinner and Coffee Service, printed marks, comprising oval platter, nine dinner plates, gravy boat and stand, nine two handled bowls and stands, six coffee cans and five saucers. (41) £200-300
554.    Six Royal Crown Derby Imari Pattern 1128 Soup Bowls, date code for 2012, printed marks, 21.5cm diameter. (6) £50-80
555.    Six Royal Crown Derby Imari Pattern 1128 Dessert Plates, date codes for 1976 and 2011, printed marks, 21cm diameter. (6) £50-80
556.    Eight Royal Crown Derby Imari Pattern 1128 Dinner Plates, dates code for 1979 and 2011, printed marks, 26.5cm diameter. (8) £100-150
557.    A Part Royal Crown Derby Imari Pattern 1128 Tea Service, date codes for 1973 and 2011, printed marks, comprising: seven side plates, six tea cups and saucers. (19) £100-150
558.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Bowl, of octagonal form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1975, 21.5cm diameter. £100-150
559.    A Pair of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Vases, of hexagonal form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date codes for 1988 and 1992, 11cm high; Another, similar, date code for 1989, 11.5cm high. (3) £60-80
560.    A Pair of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Coffee Cans and Saucers, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1995; A Pair of Matching Dishes, of shaped circular form, date codes for 1987 and 1990, 11.5cm diameter. (6) £30-50
561.    Two Royal Crown Derby Dishes, of fluted two-handled circular form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date codes for 1988 and 1995, 15.5cm long; A Matching Quatrefoil Dish and an Oval Dish. (4) £40-60
562.    Two Royal Crown Derby Desk Stand, of canted rectangular form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1987, 24.5cm long; A Matching Paper Knife and a Small Oval Trinket Box and Cover, 6 cm long. (4) £30-50
563.    A Crown Devon Fieldings Rectangular Pottery Plaque, painted by George Cox, signed, with Highland Cattle in a misty landscape, in original oak frame, 17 x 23cm. £100-150
564.    An Italian Maiolica Albarello, XVII Century, of dumbbell form, the mid blue ground with central inscription between bands of foliate scrolls and lion head to lower section, the body with initials F(?) B, damages, 24cm high. £250-350
565.    An Italian Maiolica Albarello, XVII Century, the mid blue ground with central inscription between bands of foliate scrolls and crest to lower section, slight damages, 21cm high. £250-350
566.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Crab', silver stopper, date code for 1991, 11cm long; Two Others, Quail and Robin. (3) £40-60
567.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Walrus', silver stopper, date code for 1991, 11cm long; Two Hamster Paperweights. (3) £40-60
568.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Rabbit', gold stopper, date code for 1987, 7.5cm high; Two Others, Badger and Chipmunk. (3) £40-60
569.    Eleven Royal Doulton 'Lord of the Rings' Figures, to include; Gandalf, Aragorn, Gimli, Samwise, Bilbo, Barliman Butterbur, Fordo, Galadriel, Legolas, Bormomir and Gollum, printed marks, 8.5cm to 18cm high. (11) £200-250
570.    A Burmantoft Faience Partie-Colour Vase, of baluster form, moulded and painted with stylised iris flowers in shades of blue within ochre grounds and borders of geometric patterns, impressed marks, shape number 2045, 35cm high. £70-100
571.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Cromer Crab', date code for 2002, gold stopper, printed marks, with certificate, 12cm long. £30-40
572.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Derby Ram', gold stopper, printed marks, 8cm high; Another, 'Imari Ewe', gold stopper, date code for 2003, printed marks,10cm high (2) £50-80
573.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Swan', gold stopper, date code for 1998, printed marks, 10cm high. £30-40
574.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Starlight Hare', gold stopper, date code for 2003, printed marks, 13cm high. £70-90
575.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Drummer Bear', gold stopper, date code for 1999, 11cm high; Another 'Red Bow Teddy Bear', gold stopper, printed marks, 12cm high. (2) £50-70
576.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Duck Billed Platypus', a 2000 gold signature edition from The Australian Collection, gold stopper, printed marks, with certificate, 16.2cm long. £30-40
577.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Majestic Cat', number 289 of a limited edition of 3500, gold stopper, printed marks, with certificate, 13cm high; Another 'Cottage Garden Kitten', gold stopper, date code for 2002, printed marks, 8cm high. (2) £30-40
578.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Rowsley Rabbit', number 338 of a limited edition of 500, with certificate, gold stopper, printed marks, 7.2cm long; Baby Rowsley Rabbit, gold stopper, Another, 'Meadow Rabbit', gold stopper, printed marks, 8.5cm long. (3) £30-40
579.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Lavender Kitten', number 66 of a limited edition of 1500, 2002 Young paperweight, gold stopper, with certificate, 8cm high; Another, 'Catnip Kitten', gold stopper, printed marks, 8cm long. (2) £25-35
580.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Cavalier King Charles Spaniel', gold stopper, date code for 2003, printed marks, 9.5cm high; Another 'Field Mouse', number 29 of a limited edition of 1000, with certificate, gold stopper, printed marks, 7.5cm high. (2) £30-40
581.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Old Imari Honey Bear', date code for 1998, gold stopper, printed marks, 11cm high; Another 'Firecrest', gold stopper, printed mark, 9cm long. (2) £30-50
582.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Paperweight 'Siamese Cat', gold stopper, date code for 1996, printed marks, 13cm high; Another 'Siamese Kitten', gold stopper, date code for 1996, printed marks, 9cm high. (2) £30-50
583.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Teapot and Cover, of lobed oval form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1983 and 1985, first quality, 19cm high. £100-150
584.    A Collection of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Teawares, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date codes for 1984-5, first quality, comprising two handled sucriér and cover, milk jug, two side plates, two breakfast cups and saucers (one matched). (9) £80-120
585.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Cake Stand, of fluted circular form with gilt metal handles, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1986, 22cm diameter; Two Matching Plates, date code for 1986, 27cm diameter, all first quality. (3) £40-60
586.    A Chamberlain Worcester Porcelain Spill Vase, of cylindrical form with flared neck, the central panel painted with a titled view of a river landscape within a salmon pink ground with gilt scroll decoration, painted mark, 8cm high; A Royal Worcester Trinket Bowl and Cover, painted with a castle in a landscape,7cm diameter. (3) £70-100
587.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Coffee Cup and Saucer, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1913, a circular matching trinket box and cover, date code for 1914, 7cm diameter, another, 4cm diameter, a pair of ovoid vases (lacking covers), 9cm high and a plate. (9) £50-80
588.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Bowl, of octagonal form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1933, printed mark, 23cm diameter. £120-180
589.    A Hutschenreuther Porcelain Figure of "Mephistopheles", wearing a red and black costume and a feathered hat, upon a naturalistic circular base, printed marks, 29cm high. £40-60
590.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Sweet Dish, of three sectional form, decorated in Imari pattern 2451, date code for 1927, 20.5cm long. £60-80
591.    A Pair of Late XIX Century Derby Porcelain Vases, of compressed globular form, with tapered necks, the twin handles with mask terminals, decorated in an Imari pattern with flowers and birds, date code for 1882, printed marks, 15cm high. (2) £50-80
592.    A Pair of Royal Doulton Pottery Flambé Vases, of globular form with short necks decorated in typical streaky red glazes, impressed shape numbers and printed marks, 14cm high. (2) £40-60
593.    A Mid XIX Century Pottery Hot Water Bottle, in the form of a boot, 15.5cm high; a Leo Ward blue glass model of a bird, 7cm high; a French green glass bell with metal chicken handle, claw and egg striker, 11.5cm high; two Canton famille rose jars and covers and a small bowl on a hardwood stand. (9) £40-60
594.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Ewer, of ovoid form with basket weave moulded body and mask spout, puce mark, date code for 1886, 21cm high. £30-50
595.    A Royal Worcester Bottle Vase, painted by Harry Stinton, signed, with highland cattle in a mountainous landscape, puce mark, shape number 2491, date code for 1913, 13cm high. £100-150
596.    A Pair of Royal Worcester Porcelain Ewers, of single handled ovoid form, raised on circular feet, the central panels painted by John Stinton, signed, with highland cattle in mountainous, misty landscapes within blush ivory grounds, puce marks, shape number 1581, date codes for 1904 and 1906, 21cm high. (2) £500-700
597.    A Royal Crown Derby 'Antoinette' Pattern Porcelain Tea Service, of fluted form with beadwork borders, comprising: teapot and cover, bread and butter plate, milk jug, sugar bowl, seven side plates, five saucers and six teacups. (23) £60-100
598.    A Minton Secessionist Pottery Art Nouveau Candlestick, the dome shaped two handled body with short neck and everted rim, painted with a stylised design in shades of pink and green, the neck with hearts on a yellow/green ground, printed marks, 10.5cm high. £80-120
599.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Goblet, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1983, 12cm high; Two Matching Bells, date codes for 1981 and 1983, 13cm high. (3) £50-80
600.    A Pair of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Small Ginger Jars and Covers, of ovoid form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 1983, 11.5cm high. (4) £60-80
601.    A Collection of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Dishes, of circular and rectangular form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date codes for 1982-85, 9cm to 15.5cm long. £50-80
602.    A Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Vase, of fluted globular form, decorated in Imari pattern 1128, date code for 2005, 8cm high, a pair of cylindrical vases with flared necks, 6.5cm high, a trinket box and cover, a spoon and a miniature cabaret set (teapot base missing). (12) £50-80
603.    Two Derby Porcelain Plates, decorated in Imari pattern 1126, impressed and printed mark, 22cm diameter. (2) £30-50
604.    A Pair of Royal Crown Derby Porcelain Plates, of shaped fluted circular form, decorated in the Imari pattern, date codes for 1981 and 1984, 21cm diameter; four other Royal Crown Derby plates, 16cm to 27cm diameter. (6) £60-80
605.    A Late XIX Century German Porcelain Two-Handled Dish, of oval form, the centre decorated with a battle scene within shell and foliate moulded border, blue crown and 'D' mark, 28cm long. £50-80
606.    A Royal Crown Derby Paperweight 'Robin Nesting', date code for 1998, gold stopper, 7cm high; Two Others, 'Chaffinch Nesting' and 'Derbyshire Duckling', boxed and with certificate. (3) £40-60
607.    A Set of Three Beswick Pottery Graduated Hanging Seagull Wall Plaques, shape numbers 922-1 to 3, printed and impressed marks, 20cm to 29cm high. (3) £50-80
608.    A Royal Doulton Porcelain Vase, of ovoid form, painted in the 'Blue Children' pattern with a boy and girl playing beside a tree, gilt rims, printed mark, 9cm high; A Royal Doulton Stoneware 'Wright's Coal Tar Soap' Dish, moulded with a dragonfly, impressed mark, 14cm long; A Royal Doulton 'Gleaners' Series Ware Jug, 14cm high. (3) £30-50
609.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Plate, of circular form, painted by Harry Stinton, signed, with cattle on a river bank, within a dark blue and gilt border, puce mark, date code rubbed, 23cm diameter. £60-80
610.    A Late XIX Century Vienna Style Porcelain Cabinet Plate, decorated with a portrait of 'Lily', wearing a green cape with gilt shoulder strap and a red headdress in her long brown hair, signed Wagner, within an elaborate border of vines and festoons, Beehive mark, 25cm diameter. £150-200
611.    A Wilkinson's Ltd Clarice Cliff Fantasque 'Melons' Pattern Small Two-Handled Tureen and Cover, the orange base with black and cream striped band, printed mark, 14cm diameter (restored). £40-60
612.    A Wilkinson's Ltd Clarice Cliff Bizarre 'Killarney' Pattern Bowl, the green and brown geometric pattern outlined in blue, printed mark, 12cm diameter (restored); A 'Viscari' Pattern Jam Pot and Cover (restored). (3) £30-50
613.    A Wilkinson's Ltd Clarice Cliff Bizarre 'Trallee' Pattern Jug, of ribbed bulbous form with tapered neck, printed mark, 17.5cm high (restored). £30-50
614.    A Late XIX Century Vienna Style Porcelain Charger, the centre decorated with a classical scene 'Cupid and Cephisa', signed Kaufmann, within elaborate maroon gilt panels and cream rim, Beehive mark, 34cm diameter. £100-150
615.    A Royal Worcester Porcelain Tusk Jug, of tapered form, painted by E. Barker, signed, with sheep in a mountainous landscape, puce mark, shape number 1116, date code for 1909, 18.5cm high. £150-250
616.    A Vienna Style Porcelain Jug, of ovoid form with fluted neck, the central panel decorated with a portrait of a lady with a garland of foliage and berries in her hair against an elaborately gilt decorated maroon ground, Beehive mark, pattern/shape number 4028 and Hopfen, 13cm high. £40-60
617.    A Royal Dux Porcelain Centrepiece, modelled as a maiden standing beside a large conch shell and holding some pipes, raised upon a naturalistic floral moulded circular base, pink triangle mark, 27cm high; A Royal Dux Model 'Can't You Talk', modelled as a boy kneeling before a dog, 16.5cm high, a Royal Dux model of an Arab riding upon an elephant (damaged), 27cm high and another of a lady beside a pond (damaged), 20cm high. (4) £100-150
618.    A Katzhutte Pottery Figure of a Dancing Lady, her arms held high and wearing a long pink/purple dress with floral border, printed marks, 31cm high. £40-60
619.    An Early XX Century Nautilus Porcelain Tea Service, of moulded fluted form, painted with flowers and fruit, printed marks, comprising: slop bowl, twelve side plates, twelve tea cups and saucers. (37) £100-150
620.    A Pair of Mid XIX Century Derby Porcelain Vases, of pear shape, raised on circular feet, decorated in the Imari palette with flowering shrubs, the dark blue bases with gilt decoration, red crown and 'D' marks, 23.5cm high. (2) £40-60
621.    A Pair of Doulton Lambeth Stoneware Vases, of ovoid form, moulded and painted with bands of fruiting vines on shaded grey/cream grounds, printed and impressed marks, 25cm high. (2) £40-60
622.    A Royal Worcester 'Scottie Wilson' Pottery Rectangular Canted Tray, in the 'Bid and Castle' pattern in black within a grey geometric border, printed mark, 27cm long. £20-30
623.    A J.L. Menau Henneberg Porcelain Part Coffee Service, in the 'Konigin Louise' pattern, of gilt floral sprigs on a dark blue ground, comprising coffee pot and cover, sucrier and cover, milk jug, two coffee cups and saucers, plate and six small dishes, printed marks. (16) £30-50
624.    A Moorcroft Pottery Table Lamp, of ovoid form, painted in the 'Hibiscus' pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, 20cm high; A Moorcroft Ginger Jar and Cover, similarly decorated, 15.5cm high. (3) £50-80
625.    A Moorcroft Pottery Powder Bowl and Cover, of circular form, painted in the 'Pansy' pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, 14cm diameter. £50-80
626.    A Moorcroft Pottery Cylindrical Jar and Cover, painted in the 'Hibiscus' pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, paper label, 9.5cm high. £30-50
627.    A Moorcroft Pottery Bowl, of footed circular form, painted in the 'Hibiscus' pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, 14cm diameter. £40-60
628.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of pear shaped form, painted in the 'Orchid' pattern against a green ground, impressed marks, 9cm high. £40-60
629.    A Moorcroft Pottery Trinket Box and Cover, of rectangular form, painted in the 'Hibiscus' pattern against a dark blue ground, 9.5cm long, 9.5cm wide; A Matching Circular Pin Tray, 11.5cm diameter; A Similar Trinket Box and Cover and Pin Tray, painted in the 'Hibiscus' pattern on against a green ground. (6) £40-60
630.    A Moorcroft Pottery Small Tapered Circular Bowl, painted in the 'Pomegranate' pattern against a dark blue ground, signed in blue, impressed mark, 11cm diameter. £40-60
631.    A Moorcroft Pottery Small Vase, of baluster form, painted in the 'Pomegranate' pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed mark, 9cm high. £40-60
632.    A Moorcroft Pottery Dish, of circular form, painted in the 'Anemone' pattern against a dark blue ground, signed in blue, impressed marks, 22cm diameter. £40-60
633.    A Moorcroft Pottery Small Ginger Jar and Cover, of ovoid form, painted in the 'Anemone' pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, 10.5cm high; A Moorcroft Pottery Bowl, of circular form, in the same pattern, signed in blue, impressed marks, 11.5cm diameter. (2) £30-50
634.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of pear shape, painted in the 'Pansy' pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, signed in blue, 14cm high. £80-120
635.    A Moorcroft Pottery Table Lamp, of extended ovoid form, painted in the 'Plum' pattern against an ivory ground, designed by Sally Tuffin, impressed marks, 27cm high. £70-100
636.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the 'Gustavia Augusta' pattern against a dark ground, designed by Debbie Hancock, painted monogram, impressed mark, 26cm high. £100-150
637.    A Macintyre Moorcroft Pottery 'Florian' Ware Jardiniére, decorated in the 'Daffodil' pattern in shades of blue, printed mark, signed in green, 20cm high. £1000-1500
638.    A Macintyre Moorcroft Pottery 'Florian' Ware Vase, decorated in the 'Poppy and Leaf' pattern in shades of blue, printed mark, signed in green, 30cm high. £500-800
639.    A Macintyre Moorcroft Pottery 'Florian' Ware Vase, of pear shape, decorated in the 'Poppy' pattern in shades of blue, printed mark, signed in green, 18cm high. £300-500
640.    A Moorcroft Prestige Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the 'Queens Choice' pattern on a dark blue ground, designed by Emma Bossons, shape number 65/16, impressed and painted marks, 41cm high. £900-1000
641.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of inverted baluster form, painted in the 'Kestrel pattern against a grey ground, designed by Vicky Lovatt, limited edition number 42/50, impressed and painted marks, 30cm high. £200-240
642.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of ovoid form, painted in the 'Mischievous Mice' pattern against a cream ground, designed by Kerry Goodwin, limited edition number 13/25, shape number 101/7, impressed and painted marks,18.5cm high. £200-240
643.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of inverted baluster form, painted in the 'Parrot Tulip' pattern, designed by Emma Bossons, limited edition 36/50, shape number 75/10, impressed and painted marks, 27.5cm high. £200-240
644.    A Moorcroft Pottery Ginger Jar and Cover, painted in the 'Queens Choice' pattern against a dark blue ground, designed by Emma Bossons, shape number 769/8, impressed and painted marks, 20cm high. £200-240
645.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the 'Animals of Wybunbury Moss' pattern against a dark blue ground, designed by Kerry Goodwin, limited edition number 25/15, shape 869/6, signed, impressed and painted marks, 15cm high. £200-250
646.    A Moorcroft Pottery Jug Vase, of tapered cylindrical form, painted in the 'Swan Song' pattern against an orange ground, designed by Kerry Goodwin, number 24, impressed and painted marks, 18cm high. £100-140
647.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the 'Royal Dolphins' pattern against a cream ground, designed by Emma Bossons, limited edition number 46/75, shape 869/6, signed, impressed and painted marks, 16cm high. £130-150
648.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of trumpet form, painted in the 'Flori' pattern against a dark blue ground, designed by Kerry Goodwin, shape 104/6, impressed and painted marks, 15.5cm high. £130-150
649.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of bulbous form with elongated neck, painted in the 'Rennie Rose' pattern against a dark blue ground, designed by Rachel Bishop, shape 99/8, impressed and painted marks, 20.5cm high. £100-140
650.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of ovoid form, painted in the 'Modernity' pattern against a cream ground, designed by Emma Bossons, shape 102/3, impressed and painted marks, 9cm high. £50-70
651.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of squat baluster form, painted in the 'Sweetness' pattern against a cream ground, designed by Nicola Slaney, shape 35/3, impressed and painted marks, 8cm high. £70-90
652.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of cream form, painted in the 'Delphinium' pattern against a cream ground, shape 120/9, impressed and painted marks, 25.5cm high. £100-140
653.    A Moorcroft Pottery Ginger Jar and Cover, painted in the 'Birdhouses' pattern against a cream and black ground, designed by Emma Bossons, impressed and painted marks, 10.5cm high. £80-110
654.    A Moorcroft Pottery Ginger Jar and Cover, painted in the 'Talwin' against a black ground, designed by Nicola Slaney, impressed and painted marks, 15cm high. £200-240
655.    A Moorcroft Pottery Soap Dish, of oval form with six pierced holes, painted in the 'Moonlit Blue' pattern, impressed mark, 19.5cm long. £70-100
656.    A Moorcroft Pottery Bowl, of footed circular form, painted in the 'Anemone' pattern against a green ground, impressed mark, 14.5cm diameter. £30-50
657.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of compressed globular form, painted in the 'Pomegranate' pattern against a dark blue ground, signed in green, impressed mark, 11cm high. £100-150
658.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the 'Anemone' pattern against a shaded green ground, impressed marks, signed in green, 15cm high. £70-100
659.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, painted in the 'Pansy' pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed marks, signed in blue, 28.5cm high. £120-180
660.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of waisted baluster form, painted in the 'Honeysuckle' pattern against a mottled pink and dark blue ground, impressed and painted mark, date (19)97, WM monogram in brown, 28cm high. £100-150
661.    A Pair of Moorcroft Pottery Vases, of baluster form, painted in the 'Queens Choice' pattern against a dark blue ground, impressed and painted marks, date 2000, WM monogram in brown, 25.5cm high. (2) £200-300
662.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster waisted form, painted in the 'Knightwood' pattern, designed by Rachel Bishop, impressed and painted marks, WM monogram in blue, 30.5cm high. £100-150
663.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of pear shape, painted in the 'Centenarians' pattern, made for Liberty, limited edition 44/100, designed by Emma Bossons, signed, impressed and painted marks, dated 2002, 20.5cm high. £80-120
664.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of pear shape, painted in the 'Centenarians' pattern, made for Liberty, limited edition 34/100, designed by Emma Bossons, signed, impressed and painted marks, dated 2002, 28.5cm high. £120-180
665.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of pear shaped form, painted in the flambé 'Leaf and Berry' pattern against a burnt red ground, impressed marks, signed in green, 21cm high. £150-200
666.    A Moorcroft Pottery Powder Bowl and Cover, of circular form, painted in the 'Hibiscus' pattern against a green ground, impressed marks, paper label, 14.5cm diameter. £50-80
667.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of ovoid form, painted in the 'Hibiscus' pattern against a green ground, impressed marks, signed in blue, 18cm high. £60-80
668.    A Moorcroft Pottery Bowl of circular form, painted in the 'Leaves and Fruit' pattern on a dark blue ground, painted and impressed marks, 13cm diameter; A Small Moorcroft bowl, in the 'African Lily' pattern on a dark blue ground, painted and impressed marks, 7.5cm diameter. (2) £50-80
669.    A Moorcroft Pottery Cylindrical Vase, painted in the 'Dawn Landscape' pattern in shades of blue within a chevron border, impressed marks, signed in blue, 7.5cm high. £40-60
672.    A Late XIX Century Chinese Ivory Needle Case, elaborately carved with sinuous dragons, birds and flowers, the cylindrical body with screw off cover, 15.5cm long; A Bone Dice Box, decorated with a house and a windmill. (2) £50-80
673.    An Early XX Century Japanese Pottery Satsuma Vase, of two handled hexagonal form, decorated with Deities and Geishas in garden terraces, character mark, 22cm high; A Satsuma Vase, decorated with Deities and a dragon, with pierced handles, character mark, 30cm high and another, 9.5cm high. (3) £30-50
674.    An Early XX Century Pair of Chinese Sleeve Panels, embroidered in silks with figures on terraces and flowers in blue cartouches, each 51 x 5.5cm, framed; A Further Pair, embroidered in coloured and metallic silks with butterflies, a pair of floral border panels and embroidery of a dragon chasing mons, all framed and glazed. (5) £120-140
675.    A Japanese Late XIX Century Ivory Figure, carved as a Sage holding a fruit, signed in a red seal, 18.5cm high. £50-80
676.    A Pair of Chinese Ivory Glove Stretchers, carved in shaped cartouches with floral sprays, 25cm long. £30-50
677.    A Late XIX Century Canton Part Tea and Coffee Service, painted in the famille rose palette with panels of figures on terraces, flowers, birds and butterflies within shaped cartouches on a similar elaborate ground, comprising teapot and cover, sucrier and cover, six teacups and saucers, six coffee cups and saucers (some damage). (28) £120-180
678.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Parasol Handle, carved with faces, 3.5cm high, an ivory pin cushion, with pierced roundels and beadwork, 5cm high, a clothes brush with carved ivory back and initials 'JL', 25cm long, a marrow scoop and a paper knife. (5) £60-80
679.    An Early XX Century Chinese Lacquered Wooden Rectangular Box, the interior with lidded compartments, elaborately painted with dragons, phoenix and mythological beasts amongst scrolls and flowers, the sides with brass carrying handles, 48cm long. £60-80
680.    A Mid XX Century Chinese Lacquered Wooden Rectangular Travelling Box, elaborately applied with brass engraved medallions, the top section folds open to reveal a mirror above a single drawer upon bracket feet, 33cm long. £40-60
681.    A Late XIX Century Canton Thirty-Two Piece Draught Set, half stained red and elaborately carved with figures beside trees, each 3cm diameter. (32) £200-300
682.    A Late XIX Century Canton Thirty-Two Piece Chess Set, half stained red, on puzzle ball bases, elaborately carved (af). (32) £300-500
683.    A Late XIX Century Canton Famille Rose Porcelain Box and Cover, the interior divided into two sections, painted in enamels with figures on terraces, birds and flowers, 18.5cm long. £30-50
684.    A Late XIX Century Chinese Ivory Cylindrical Needle Case, elaborately carved with a sinuous dragon and foliage, 12cm long; An Ivory and Mahogany Monoscope, 8cm long, cased, a daguerreotype in elaborate case, a bobbin/thimble case in the form of an egg on stand, 6.5cm high and a miniature frame engraved with foliage, 7cm high. (5) £60-80
685.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Figure, carved as a wood cutter and smoking a pipe, oval base, signed, 13cm high. £120-180
686.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Sectional Ivory Figure, carved as a fisherman holding a rod and a fish and carrying a basket, oval base, 14cm high; A Japanese Sectional Ivory Figure of a Woodcutter, signed in red seal, 20cm high; Another, holding a pail, 20cm high (damages). (3) £150-200
687.    A XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Bowl, of 'U' shape, painted in enamels with a dragon and a phoenix chasing mons, 14cm diameter. £40-60
688.    A XIX Century Chinese Pottery Warming Plate, painted in blue with figures in a river landscape, within a floral border, 24cm diameter; A Chinese Shaped Rectangular Dish, painted with cranes in a garden landscape, 37cm long; A Chinese Ashet, painted with a pagoda in a garden landscape, 38cm long, damages. (3) £30-50
689.    A XIX Century Chinese Pottery Sauce Boat, shaped oval form, painted in blue with a pagoda in a landscape, 19cm long; A Chinese Moulded and Painted Sauce Boat, a Chinese Rectangular Salt and Chinese Shaped Circular Bowl, painted with scrolls, vases etc. and a Samson mug inscribed "MD A Trifle from Lowestoft 1795", damages. (5) £20-30
691.    A Late XIX Century Japanese Satsuma Pottery Koro and Cover, of ovoid form, the pierced outer body decorated with orange and cream flowers, impressed seal, 19cm high. £50-80
692.    A Late XIX Century Canton Carved Ivory Card Case, carved with a central cartouche of figures in a garden with a floral border, the reverse with figures amongst pagodas and shrubs, 10.6cm high. £100-150
693.    A Pair of Japanese Woodcut Prints, seated figures, one on a terrace with two swords, the other a landscape, 34 x 24cms. (2) £40-60
696.    A Portfolio of Prints, after Fred Taylor, Norman Wilkinson and Henry Rushbury, artists often associated with railway, and similar artwork. £80-150
697.    •ANTONY GORMLEY (British b.1950) (ARR)
Domain, aquatint and drypoint, 2000, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 89/110, the sheet with deckle edge,
74.5 x 60cm (print), 90 x 76.5cm (mount).
£1500-2000
698.    AFTER CECIL ALDIN (1870-1935)
Penshurst, coloured print, signed by the artist lower left, pub. Eyre and Spottiswood, London, Fine Art Trade Guild blind stamp,
45 x 36cm. £60-80
699.    •TIM SLATTER (Contemporary) (ARR)
Giants Cradle, etching number 3 of a limited edition of 75, signed and dated (19)98 in lower right margin,
42 x 68cm. £40-60
700.    •PIERS BROWNE (b.1949) (ARR)
Mayfield Barn and Stags Fell, limited edition print 27/50, signed and inscribed in pencil, dated (19)92,
34 x 34cm. £30-50
701.    •AFTER NORMAN WADE (British, XX Century) (ARR)
Durham Cathedral, print, limited edition 59/100, signed in pencil in lower right margin and dated (19) 76,
44 x 56cm. £30-50
702.    •AFTER JACOB KRAMER (1892-1962) (ARR)
Portrait of Dorothy Una Ratcliffe, lithograph, number 25/30, signed by the artist.
50 x 37.5cm. £80-120
703.    •AFTER JACOB KRAMER (1892-1962) (ARR)
Portrait of a Lady, lithograph, signed by the artist.
49 x 41cm. £60-80
704.    •AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) (ARR)
Los Cientos print, signed in pencil lower right margin,
40 x 52cm. £40-60
705.    •AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) (ARR)
Silver and White, print, number 154 of a limited edition of 850, with blindstamp,
34 x 58cm. £50-80
706.    •AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT (1880-1969) (ARR)
Variations III, print, number 650 of a limited edition of 850, blind stamp,
49 x 68cm. £50-80
707.    •AFTER YOSHIJIRO URUSHIBARA (c.1888-1953) (ARR)
Trees in Moonlight, woodcut print (after Frank Brangwyn), signed in pencil to the margin and numbered 52,
36 x 24.5cm,
Another, similar, unframed. (2) £50-80
708.    AFTER REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (1606-1699)
Three Oriental Figures (Jacob and Laban) and Another by a Porch, etching,
14.5 x 11cm. (sheet) £100-150
709.    ANDERS ZORN (1860-1920)
Nude Woman in Ankle Deep Water, print,
20.5 x 13cm,
Another Print, similar. (2) £100-150
712.    •TERRY GORMAN (Sheffield Artist, b.1935) (ARR)
Norton Post Office, watercolour, signed lower left,
29 x 39cm. £120-180
713.    Or This One: A Sketchbook of Twenty-Five Risque and Humourous Watercolours, c.1940's, mainly featuring scantily clad ladies. £70-100
714.    •ATTRIBUTED TO PHILIP NAVIASKY (1894-1983) (ARR)
Seated Lady, pen and ink, the mount inscribed 'from Philip Naviaski's sketch book 1935',
34 x 24cm. £40-60
715.    ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS MILES RICHARDSON JNR (1813-1890)
A Girl and a Dog, before a herd of cattle, watercolour, signed lower right,
33 x 64cm.
£100-150
716.    •PHILIP NAVIASKY (1894-1983) (ARR)
A Crowd of Figures, pen and ink, signed lower right,
22.5 x 32.5cm. £70-100
717.    ARTHUR JULE GOODMAN (1870-1926, American)
A Portrait of a Lady, inscribed 'To Muriel souvenir sketch from a friend', and signed lower left, dated 1913,
30 x 20cm. £40-60
718.    •AUGUSTUS GAFFETT BRYETT (1890-1963) (ARR)
WWI Planes Flying Towards an Army Base, watercolour, signed and dated 1916 lower right,
36 x 55cm. £100-150
719.    •AUGUSTUS GAFFETT BRYETT (1890-1963) (ARR)
WWI Royal Engineer Soldiers on a Hill with Army Base Below, pair of watercolours, signed and dated 1916 and 1917 lower left and right,
33 x 72cm. (2) £200-300
720.    •ASHLEY JACKSON (British, b.1940) (ARR)
Tam Hill Inn, the highest inn in England, watercolour and ink, signed and dated 1965 lower right,
24 x 35cm. £50-70
721.    •JACOB KRAMER (1892-1962) (ARR)
Portrait of a Blonde Lady, pastel, signed and dated 1933 lower right, bears Headrow Gallery label verso,
48 x 42cm. £150-250
722.    •PHILIP NAVIASKY (1894-1983) (ARR)
Mother Breastfeeding, watercolour and charcoal, signed lower left,
68.5 x 50cm. £50-80
723.    •STANLEY ROYLE (1888 -1961) (ARR)
Portrait of a Gentleman, pencil drawing, signed and dated 1921 lower right,
25.5 x 18.5cm. £40-60
724.    RONALD OSSORY DUNLOP (1894-1973)
Near Arundel, pencil sketch, signed lower right,
18 x 27cm.
A. PRIEST (1874-1929)
Wooded Landscape, pencil sketch, signed lower left,
24 x 20cm.
G. ROBLET
Near Bishop's Castle, Salop, oil, signed lower left,
20.5 x 27cm. (3) £40-60
725.    •CECIL ALDIN (1870-1935)
Hunting Scene, horse and rider falling at a ditch, pencil and crayon, signed lower left,
26 x 36cm. £50-80
726.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) (ARR)
Where No Birds Fly, pen and ink, signed lower edge, bears Hibbert Bros. label verso,
12 x 19cm,
Another, 'Fox House' pen and ink, unsigned, bears Hibbert Bros. label verso,
19 x 39cm. (2) £120-180
727.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) (ARR)
Baslow, pen and ink, unsigned, bears Hibbert Bros. label verso,
21 x 28cm,
Another, 'Bakewell', pen and ink, unsigned, bears Hibbert Bros. label verso,
22 x 51cm. (2) £120-180
728.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) (ARR)
My First Day at Work Cooper Bros and Sons Ltd., watercolour, signed lower left, bears Hibbert Brothers label verso,
14.5 x 28cm. £300-500
729.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) (ARR)
Portmahon Post Office Netherthorpe Place, watercolour, signed lower left, bears Hibbert Brothers Gallery label verso,
15 x 26cm. £300-500
730.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) (ARR)
John Aizlewood Ltd., Crown Corn Mills, Nursery Street, watercolour, signed lower left, bears Hibbert Brothers Gallery label verso,
26 x 36.5cm. £400-600
731.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist, 1924-1996) (ARR)
Marching Three Figures, pen and ink, signed lower left, bears Hibbert Brothers label verso,
12 x 17cm. £120-140
734.    ERNEST WALBOURN (British, 1872-1927)
Figures Picking Flowers by a Gate and Pond, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
49 x 74cm. £700-1000
735.    H.J. HARPIGNIES
Figure on a Country Lane in a Wooded Landscape, oil on board, signed lower right,
43 x 33cm. £700-1000
736.    JEF LOUIS VAN LEEMPUTTEN (Belgian, 1865-1948)
A Retriever and Geese in a River Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
69 x 99cm.
£250-350
737.    ENGLISH SCHOOL (XIX Century)
Girl Seated in an Interior, knitting, oil on panel, signed indistinctly lower left,
26 x 21cm. £120-180
738.    CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (XIX Century)
Artist and Student at Work, oil on panel,
15.5 x 10.5cm. £50-80
739.    JOSÉ VILLEGAS Y CORDERO (Spanish, 1844-1921)
Portrait of Caridad Fé y Alba, the girl wearing a white dress standing by a chair, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1906 lower right,
158 x 84cm.
Lot includes large wooden packing case. £700-1000
740.    •ELIZABETH TAGGART (Irish, b.1943) (ARR)
The Carousel, oil on board, signed lower right, bears Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 1993 label verso,
19 x 16cm. £200-300
741.    •ELIZABETH TAGGART (Irish, b.1943) (ARR)
Portrait of Rebecca after Daphne Du Maurier, oil on board, signed and dated 1993 lower left, bears letter from the artist verso,
42 x 34cm. £300-500
742.    •ELIZABETH TAGGART (Irish, b.1943) (ARR)
Have Another Drink oil on board, signed lower right, bears artist label verso and dated 1994,
28 x 28cm. £200-300
743.    •GUUS MELAI (Dutch, 1923-2000) (ARR)
Trees in a Landscape, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)49 lower right,
44 x 34cm. £70-100
744.    ALFRED FONTVILLE DE BREANSKI (British, 1852-1928)
The Lower Pond, Burnham Beeches, oil on canvas, signed lower left, Horner Galleries label verso,
28.5 x 48cm,
Another, "A Summer Morning, Burnham Beeches", signed lower right, a pair. (2) £800-1200
745.    WYNFORD DEWHURST (British, 1846-1941)
Pink Flowering Apple Trees in a Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
39 x 31cm. £300-500
746.    •TERENCE BENNETT (Doncaster Artist, b.1935) (ARR)
Farm with Old Mill, Selby, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)89 lower left,
44 x 59.5cm. £70-100
747.    •DONNA CRAWSHAW (British b.1960) (ARR)
Study of Terrier Beside a Pond, oil on board, signed lower left,
24 x 29.5cm.
£200-300
748.    •ERIC SATCHWELL (b.1926) (ARR)
Rock Form, oil on board, signed, titled and dated 12/61 verso,
53 x 46cm. £40-60
749.    •DAVID BLACKBURN (1939-2016) (ARR)
Dark Cliff, pastel, signed and dated 1994 lower right, bears Hart Gallery label verso,
44 x 36cm. £400-600
750.    •DAVID BLACKBURN (1939-2016) (ARR)
Cliff Music, pastel, signed and dated 1994 lower right, bears Hart Gallery label verso,
35.5 x 44cm. £400-600
751.    HARRY FRANCIS (FRANK) CONSTANTINE (1919-2014) (Sheffield Artist) (ARR)
Staffordshire Dog and Jug of Flowers, oil on canvas, unsigned, bears artist label verso,
72 x 49.5cm. £50-80
752.    CLAUDE GARNETT (British, XX Century)
Marsh Marigolds, painted collage, signed lower right, bears artists label and Walker's Galleries label verso dated 1933,
27.5 x 33cm. £200-300
753.    •CHARLES MESSINT (1911-1971) (ARR)
Late Evening Seascape, oil on board, signed,
40 x 50cm. £150-200
754.    •PIERS BROWNE (b.1949) (ARR)
Bathers at Brighton, oil on board, signed with initials lower right and verso, bears The Blake Gallery label,
44 x 56cm. £200-300
755.    •SELINA THORP (Leeds Artist, b.1968) (ARR)
Fishing Boats in a Harbour, mixed media, signed lower right,
21.5 x 30cm. £70-100
756.    •PIERS BROWNE (b.1949) (ARR)
A Church and Houses in a Hilly Landscape, oil on board, signed lower right,
43 x 60cm. £200-300
757.    ENGLISH SCHOOL (Early XX Century)
A Collie Dog Resting on a Step, oil on board, signed indistinctly,
11.5 x 16.5cm. £30-50
758.    A. L. BOGGETT (English School)
Quails at Home, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1893 lower right,
34 x 94cm. £50-70
759.    CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (XIX Century)
Portrait of s Girl in Pink Dress, oil on canvas, unsigned, bears German label verso,
21 x 18cm (oval). £30-50
760.    SARAH LOUISE KILPACK (1839-1909)
A Shepherd with Sheep in a Mountainous Landscape, oil on canvas, signed lower left, (damaged),
49.5 x 75cm. £100-150
761.    A.C. ADAMS (English School)
Appleby Frodingham Steel Works, Scunthorpe, oil on board, signed and dated (19)60 lower left,
61 x 94cm. £30-50
762.    •ALAN ROBERT COLQUHOUN GRIEVE (Australian, 1910-1970) (ARR)
Landscape, Central Australia, oil on board, signed lower right, artists label verso,
23 x 28.5cm. £150-200
763.    M.T. (English School, XIX Century)
A Dogs Head Wearing a Wide Collar with Padlock, oil on board, signed in monogram and dated 1876,
9 x 13cm. £30-50
764.    ATTRIBUTED TO STANLEY ROYLE (1888-1901)
Farm at Castleton, oil on board, signed lower left,
38 x 48cm. £70-100
765.    •JOE SCARBOROUGH (Sheffield Artist, b.1938) (ARR)
Arrest at Courtney Shoe Repairs, oil on board, signed and dated (19)81 lower left,
35 x 45. £1200-1800
766.    •JOE SCARBOROUGH (Sheffield Artist, b.1938) (ARR)
Pitsmoor Street Scene, oil on canvas, signed and dated (20)06 lower right,
33 x 44cm. £1000-1500
767.    •JOE SCARBOROUGH (Sheffield Artist, b.1938) (ARR)
Street Gangsters Duke Street, oil on board, signed and dated (19)85 lower edge,
30.5 x 35cm. £1000-1500
768.    •JOE SCARBOROUGH (Sheffield Artist, b.1938) (ARR)
Cleethorpes Beach with Donkey and Fairground Ride, oil on canvas, signed and dated (20)06 lower edge,
33 x 44cm. £1200-1800
769.    •JOE SCARBOROUGH (Sheffield Artist, b.1938) (ARR)
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Petre Street, oil on canvas, signed and dated (19)74 right side,
77 x 102cm. £1500-2500
772.    An Early to Mid XX Century Clinker Built Pond Yacht, with single mast, lead keel and fixed rudder, approximately 92cm long, the hull depth approximately 23cm to bottom of keel. £200-300
773.    Tribal Art: A Songye Nkisi Power Figure or Fetish, wearing tasselled cap and collar, standing holding his protruding belly, 51cm high. £50-80
774.    A Large Indonesian Carved Wood Temple Goddess, in a standing pose, her hands clasped, brightly painted in elaborate red, green and gilt robe and headdress, 196cm high. £60-80
775.    A Mid to Late XIX Century Walnut Stationary/Writing Box, of rectangular form, the lift-up lid opening to reveal compartments, an inkwell and pen tray above a single drawer and writing slope, 28 x 34cm. £50-80
776.    A Late XIX Century Siamese Dinner Gong, elaborately carved with two figures in traditional costume between a metal gong with star motif, upon a rectangular footed base (some damage), 57cm high, 63 cm long. £100-150
777.    A Mid XIX Century Carved Wooden Bracket, in the form of a female satyr with crossed arms and legs, with scrolling pediment, 73cm long. £100-150
778.    An Edwardian Malacca Walking Stick, with inscribed silver collar, hallmarked for Sheffield 1907 and plain ivory handle, 89cm long. £70-100
779.    An Early XX Century Swiss Carved Wood Folding Watch Stand, carved with edelweiss, 9cm long; four treen turned needle cases, a pastry cutter, darners, etc. £40-60
780.    A Late XIX Century Oak Cased Games Compendium, the four drawers containing bone chess and draughts sets, ivory poker dice, shakers and hand score markers, dominoes and playing cards with two cribbage boards and patent capstan locking mechanism, 26.5cm square. £100-200
781.    An Early XX Century Walking Stick, with plain ivory handle (cracks) and 9ct gold collar, hallmarked for London 1924, inscribed with initials and dated 1925, tapering malacca shaft 89cm long. £50-80
782.    A XIX Century Miniature Wellington Chest, with five small drawers, on a plinth base, 53cm high, 36cm wide. £80-120
783.    A Late XIX Century Oak Humidor, of serpentine outline with bronzed panels cast with hunting scenes and game, within beadwork borders, the interior with two trays and single drawer, 20 x 27cm. £80-120
784.    A Pair of Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Oak Bookends, with carved signature mouse, 15cm high. (2) £120-180
785.    A Halcyon Days Musical Enamel Box, in the form of St. Paul's Cathedral, commemorating the 300th anniversary of completion in 2011, the Swiss Reuge movement playing Johann Sebastian Bach's 'Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring', boxed with certificate, 10.8cm high. £100-200
786.    A Halcyon Days Musical Enamel Box, in the form of The Royal Albert Hall, the hinged lid opening to reveal quote and playing Thomas Arne's 'Rule Britannia', boxed with certificate, 8.2cm diameter. £100-200
787.    A Halcyon Days Musical Enamel Box, of circular form, the hinged lid decorated with the William Morris design 'The Strawberry Thief' and the musical movement playing 'Strawberry Fair', 8cm diameter; Another, of birdcage design, playing W.A. Mozart's 'Papageno's Song' from The Magic Flute, 8cm high, both boxed. (2) £60-80
788.    A Halcyon Days Musical Enamel Box, of rectangular form, the hinged lid and sides decorated in the pre-Raphaelite style with musicians and biblical scenes against stained glass windows, the Swiss Reuge movement playing Schubert's 'Ave Maria', boxed with certificate, 9.5cm wide. £80-120
789.    An XVIII Century South Staffordshire Enamel Patch Box, the lid painted with two doves on a mirrored interior, against a dark blue ground, 4.5cm long. £60-80
790.    A Pair of Mid/Late XX Century Silver Plated Five Branch Candelabra, modelled in the form of a classical maiden in flowing robes, her arm aloft, raised upon stepped black footed bases, 101cm high. (2) £100-200
791.    An Art Nouveau Copper Photograph Frame, of rectangular form, embossed with a galleon at sea and sinuous foliage and flower heads, easel back, 22.5cm high. £25-35
792.    A Clements Twelve Blade/Tool Folding Penknife, with horn scales, multi-riveted with white metal inset and hoop handle, impressed marks, 15cm long and 29.5cm extended with loop. £500-600
793.    A Maleham and Yeomans Seven Blade/Tool Folding Penknife, with horn scales, triple riveted with white metal inset and hoop handle, impressed marks, 14cm long and 24.5cm extended with loop. £300-400
794.    A XIX Century Enamel Snuff Box, modelled in the form of a hat with floral decoration, 5cm diameter; A Plated Trinket Box, the cover enamelled with a landscape scene, 4cm diameter. (2) £50-80
795.    A Late XIX Century Brass Vesta Case, modelled in the form of a dog's head, red glass eyes, 7.5cm long; five others, including Punch, violin, cornucopia, etc. (6) £30-50
796.    A Mid XIX Century Pewter Snuff Box, in the form of a shoe, the hinged cover with diamond shaped cartouche inscribed with initials, 8.5cm long; two papier-maché snuff boxes with mother of pearl decoration, a vesta case in the form of a book, another in the form of a clock, a Punch brass vesta case, five others, a sovereign case and a purse. £60-80
797.    A Mid XIX Century Copper Powder Flask, with embossed decoration of a hunting scene and pheasants within scrolling and swag borders, 20cm long; five early penknives, etc. £50-80
798.    A Mid XIX Century Brass Tobacco Case and Hinged Cover, of curved rectangular form, inscribed 'T. Fraser' within a scrolling cartouche, 8cm long; a Dutch heart shaped tobacco box and hinged cover inscribed 'The Swing', 9cm long, another embossed with cranes and fish and a further plain example. (4) £60-80
799.    •TOM GREENSHIELDS (1915-1994)
'Anya with Book', cold cast resin copper, number 176 of a limited edition of 350, with certificate, 46cm long. £100-150
800.    A White Star Line Ships Plated Table Lamp, with swing column and central shield, with impressed flag mark, upon a stepped circular base, 31cm high. £60-80
801.    A Late XIX Century Bronze Marley Horse, after Guillaume Coustou, the rearing horse and figure upon a naturalistic rocky oval base, signed, 27cm high. £70-100
802.    An XVIII Century Enamel Patch Box, of fluted oval form, the lid inscribed "Have Communion with Few, Be Familiar with One, Deal Justly with All, Speak Evil of None" within a floral border and green base, the lid opening to reveal a mirror, damages, 4cm long. £20-30
803.    AFTER TENIERS
Figures in a Tavern Interior, oil on copper,
19 x 16cm,
Another, a pair. (2) £80-120
804.    A XIX Century Brass Altar Candlestick, (converted to a standard lamp) with quatrefoil gallery and twisted column, on stepped circular base, with paw feet, 155cm high. £100-150
805.    A Set of Three Late XIX Century Brass Fire Irons, comprising: tongs, shovel and poker, each with lion handle. (3) £40-60
806.    A Late XVIII Century Bilston Enamel Patch Box, of oval form, the cover printed in black with a girl playing the tambourine, pink base and mirrored inside lid, metal mounts, 4.5cm diameter; A Circular Patch Box, painted with a landscape scene, 4cm diameter; A Circular Patch Box, painted with ships in a harbour and a German trinket box painted with roses, 5.5cm long. (4) £60-80
807.    A Late Victorian Ivory Handled Walking Stick, mounted on a malacca cane with chased silver collar inscribed and dated 1895, 91cm long. £40-60
808.    A Late Victorian Turned Ivory Handled Walking Stick, mounted on a blackthorn cane with chased and inscribed silver collar, 91cm long. £80-120
809.    A Late Victorian Ivory and Silver Mounted Walking Stick, with fluted and chased decoration, mounted on an ebony cane, 93cm long. £80-120
810.    An Early XX Century Marine Ivory Handled Walking Stick, mounted on an ebony cane with plain silver collar, 93.5cm long. £20-30
811.    A Portrait Miniature, painted on ivory with an XVIII Century gentleman wearing a white ruffled shirt and blue jacket within a gilt mount and ebonised oval frame, 4 x 3.5cm; A Miniature, painted on paper with a lady in a blue dress, 5 x 4.5cm; Another, in a gilt metal frame. (3) £40-60
812.    A Mid XIX Century Whale Bone Walking Stick, with turned hexagonal ivory handle, 74.5cm long. £80-120
813.    A Late XIX Century Ivory Walking Stick Handle, carved as a boar's head with open mouth, 7cm long. £60-80
814.    A Late XIX Century Ivory Cheroot Holder, carved as a lady, 9cm long, in fitted case; A Miniature Corkscrew, with turned ivory handle, 4.5cm high, a bone paper knife, part chess set, a brooch, a Stanhope, apple corer, penknife etc. £40-60
815.    A Busch 'Winett' Binocular, in gilt metal and mother of pearl, 12cm long (extended); A Pair of Swiss Opera Glasses, with folding handle in brass and mother of pearl, inscribed 'Du Lac Leman Dumelle, Geneve C.H. Pretkah', two further pairs of opera glasses similar, two fold-out chrome opera glasses, a pair of lorgnettes and a compass. (8) £80-120
816.    A George V Edward Medal, Second Class (Bronze) to James Short, named and cased, London gazetted 2nd October 1917, with relevant contemporary press cuttings and certificate from the Carnegie Hero Fund Trust. A rare civilian gallantry award.
*In the early hours of the morning of the 28th November 1916 at Pye Hill Colliery, Nottinghamshire, three men were buried following a roof fall. James Short, of Riddings, was one of five men who, under continuous roof falls, attempted to dig the trapped men out. After seven hours, the men were located, however all were found to be dead.
All five of the rescuers, including Mr Short, were awarded the Edward Medal, which they received in person from the King on 20th October 1917. The Rescuers were also enrolled on The Carnegie Roll of Honour and received a £10 gratuity. £1000-1500
817.    A Regency Tortoiseshell Tea Caddy, inlaid in mother of pearl with a Chinoiserie landscape and flowers, the interior with two lidded compartments, raised on bun feet, 15cm high, 21cm long. £350-450
818.    An Early XIX Century Circular Lacquer Box, with gilt metal mounts, the cover painted with a portrait of a girl holding a basket and a posy, 7.5cm diameter. £60-80
819.    A Late XIX Century Rouge Marble Pedestal, the square top and base between a plain tapered column with embossed gilt metal mounts, 111cm high. £120-180
820.    A Mid Victorian Photograph Album, with musical movement, embossed cover and brass clasp (split to spine). £30-50
821.    A Mont Blanc 'Meisterstuck' Pencil, the black body with yellow metal bands, 11.5cm long. £50-70
822.    A Late XIX Century Alabaster Centrepiece Bowl, the circular bowl carved with fruiting vines and raised on dolphin column and canted hexagonal foot, 22cm high. £50-80
823.    A Late XIX Century Veined Alabaster Pedestal, the column with central plain band raised on a stepped hexagonal base (top missing), 97cm high. £80-120
824.    A Late XIX Century Green Serpentine Marble Pedestal, in four sections, the tapered top section upon fluted lower section and raised on a stepped octagonal base, 118cm high. £150-200
825.    Seven Mid XIX Century Bone Lace Makers Bobbins, with attached glass beads, one inscribed "My Love, Love MR"; a pair of bone glove stretchers with carved dog head handles, 18cm long, a needle case, rulers, apple corer, spoons, etc. £70-100
826.    A Late XIX Century Carved Bone Parasol/Walking Stick Handle, carved as a lady wearing a shawl, screw attachment, 13.5cm long; A Cylindrical bobbin holder, with screw lid, 17cm long. (2) £40-60
827.    An Early XIX Century Tortoiseshell Card Case, inlaid in mother of pearl with a floral motif, 10cm long; an Anglo/Indian card case, carved with elephants amongst foliage, the border with bone inlay, 10.5cm long; another, and a Mauchline ware card case. (4) £50-80
828.    An Early XIX Century Black Lacquer Circular Box and Cover, moulded with a hunting scene, inscribed 'Tally Ho', the reverse with plough and a lyre, 8cm diameter; another, decorated with a harbour scene, and another, plainer and an inlaid circular box. (4) £50-80
829.    Nine Late XIX Century Whizzle Sticks, in plain, green and blue glass; six clay pipes and a mother of pearl paper knife, elaborately pierced with stags and flowers (parts missing), 19cm long. (16) £20-30
830.    A Collection of Eight Late XIX Century Wood and Brass Seals, including a seal in the form of a hand, another as a gentleman, etc. (8) £30-50
831.    A Mid XIX Century Green Shagreen Etui, of tapered form, the hinged cover revealing a fitted interior (lacking contents), 9cm long; A Daguerreotype, the cover embossed with children in a Continental landscape, 6.5cm long. (2) £60-80
832.    An Early/Mid XX Century Ivorine Chess Set, with white and red stained pieces. (32) £30-50
833.    A Reversed Copper Printing Plate for The Sheffield Star Dated January 5th 1981, the heading reads "Ripper: Man Arrested in Sheffield", a heading that drew to an end the five year hunt for Peter Sutcliffe 'The Yorkshire Ripper', together with a contemporary typed summary of the arrest and trial of Peter Sutcliffe.
Provenance: It is understood that The Star produced six of these plates to give to various people involved in the case. This example is from the South Yorkshire Police Press Liaison Officer at the time. £100-200
834.    An Early XX Century Goldscheider Style Bronzed Terracotta Bust, of a girl looking downwards, wearing a bonnet and collared jacket, signed F. Jatze, impressed numbers, 29cm high. £70-100
835.    AFTER LEON VICTOR DUPRE (1816-1879)
A Pair of Bust Length Portrait Miniatures of Ladies of Fashion, one signed, in boulle work frames, 8.5cm, frames 12.5 x 10.5cm. £80-120
836.    A Mid XIX Century Bust Length Portrait Miniature, of a lady in black beaded dress, in an ebonised and brass frame, 7.5 x 6cm, and a collection of eleven other miniatures, a daguerreotype, a miniature frame and a portrait pendant. £100-150
837.    An Early XX Century Adam Rouilly & Co. Half Skeleton, in original wooden box with paper label to inside lid. £200-300
838.    A Late XIX Century Pierced Bone Needle Case, with screw lid, 10cm long; another plainer, a silver 'Blackpool' thimble in case, a pierced ivory bobbin case, 5cm high, crochet hooks, button hooks, etc. £40-60
839.    A Woolwork Sampler, worked by Martha Langford, 1817, with a poem, letters, the alphabet, crowns and shrubs, 41 x 28cm, framed and glazed; Another, worked by Elizabeth Crawshaw, aged 12, with birds, animals and shrubs, 50 x 29cm. framed and glazed. (2) £70-100
840.    An Early XX Century Floor Standing Wrought Iron and Copper Oil Lamp, with brass reservoir, glass funnel and etched shade, 158cm high. £30-50
841.    An Early XX Century Floor Standing Brass Oil Lamp, the central column with foliate swags and raised on tripod base with hoof feet, glass funnel and etched pink shade, 157cm high. £50-70
842.    An Early XX Century Floor Standing Brass Oil Lamp, the central column with scrollwork and raised on a circular base with three spade feet, glass funnel, 163cm high. £40-60
843.    A 1970's Harvey Guzzini Floor Lamp, with adjustable tangerine plastic shade on a chrome stand and circular base, labelled, 163cm high. £100-150
844.    An Early XX Century Mahogany Cased Gramophone, with hinged lid to fitted interior for records, twin panelled cupboard doors, gadrooned apron, on carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 90cm high, 84cm wide. £200-300
845.    A Late XIX Century German Violin, with one piece back, no label, length of back 35cm, together with two bows, one stamped 'Lupot' in case. £100-150
846.    A Mid XIX Century Swiss Musical Box, playing eight airs, the rosewood case inlaid with musical instruments and foliage, cylinder movement, the interior lid with tune sheet, 52cm long. £200-300
847.    An Early XX Century Wood Bound Metal Marching Drum, "The Sheffield Corps No. 5 District", 36cm high, 37cm diameter; A Further Drum, with maroon body and wood bound, 40cm high, 37cm diameter; Another, smaller. (3) £40-60
848.    Four Early/Mid XX Century Wood Bound Metal Marching Drums, the black body each inscribed in white "1st John's Ambulance Sheff' No. 1 Cadets" 36cm high, 36.5cm diameter; An Olympic Marching Drum, the black body inscribed "The St John Ambulance Brigade", 38 cm high, 45.5cm diameter. (5) £70-100
849.    A Mid/Late XIX Century Mahogany Table Top Folding Stereoscopic Viewer, with adjustable slide and three magnifying glasses, together with a quantity of slides. £60-80
850.    A Late XIX Century Pocket Barometer/Compass/Thermometer Set by Negretti & Zambra of London, in fitted plush lined morocco case (with monogram), the ivory thermometer fitted to the case lid. £100-200
851.    An Early XX Century Opticians Set of Test Lenses, contained in a mahogany case, with lift-out tray, brass plaque to lid. £70-100
851A.   A Mid XX Century Single Draw British Military Telescope by Ross, London, pattern 373B, No. 90172, with 'WD' arrow. £20-30
852.    A Regency Style Convex Wall Mirror, with eagle surmount and foliate garland, with beadwork frieze, 86cm long. £100-150
853.    Churton [Edward]: The Monastic Ruins of Yorkshire, from drawings by William Richardson, pub. Robert Sunter, York, 1843, two volumes, large folio, with chromolithographic plates, cloth bindings, two plates framed. £120-180
854.    Stanley [Arthur Penrhyn]: 'Sinai and Palestine'. pub. John Murray, Albermarle Street, London 1905, with open-out maps and plans, calf binding, prize giving edition; Cotterill [H.B.]: Ancient Greece, pub. George G. Harrap and Company, London 1913; Mundell [Frank]: Stories of North Pole Adventure, pub. The Sunday School Union and eight other works, mainly prize giving books. (12) £40-60
855.    Macaulay [Lord]: Critical and Historical Essays, vols I and II, pub. Longmans Green and Co, London 1909, calf binding, prize giving books; Poems of Robert Browning, pub. Henry Frowde, 1912, calf binding and fifteen other books, mainly poetry and literature. (18) £40-60
856.    Brathvvayt Esq. [Ric}: Essayes Upon the Five Senses, second edition, printed by Anne Griffin 1635, rebound; Homers Iliad, translated by Alexander Pope, vols 1-4, printed by Andrew Foulis 1784' L'Eftrange [Roger]: The Princess of Cleve, printed for R. Bentley and S. Magnes, Covent Garden, 1688; Johnson [Samuel] 'The Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets, vols 1-3, a/f, some binding loose/missing. (9) £50-80
857.    Hunter [Joseph]: Hallamshire The History and Topography of the Parish of Sheffield, a new and enlarged edition, printed by Virtue & Co., pub. Pawson & Brailsford, Sheffield 1869, maroon cloth binding; The Illustrated Road Book of England and Wales, Landseer's Studies and 'Old England a Museum of Popular Antiquities (two volumes). (5) £50-80
858.    Blackie [W.G.]: The Imperial Atlas of Modern Geography, an Extensive Series of Maps, pub Blackie & Son, Warwick Sq, E.C. Glasgow and Edinburgh, 1860, rebound. £120-180
859.    Berquin [M]:The Friend of Youth, vols I and II, printed by C. Dilly, Poultry, J. Stockdale, Picadilly etc, 1788, leather binding; Milton [J]: Paradise Lost A Poem, ninth edition, printed for Jacob Tonfon; five other works (a/f). (8) £30-50
860.    Bonney [T.G.]: Lake and Mountain Scenery from the Swiss Alps, with twenty-four photographs from original oil paintings, pub. Frederick Bruckmann, Henrietta St, Covent Garden, 1874, gilt embossed green boards. £40-60
862.    Taxidermy; A Leopard (Panthera Pardus), early XX Century, flat skin and skull, with brown felt edge and black lining, 58cm long. £70-100
863.    A Mid XIX Century Marble Bust of the Roman Emperor 'Augustus', upon a circular socle base, 60cm high. £120-180
864.    A Mid XIX Century Alabaster Bust of a Gentleman, with collared robe and wavy hair upon a circular socle base, 48cm high. £100-150
866.    A Gentleman's Beige Cashmere Overcoat, by Westbury. £15-25
867.    A Light Brown Mink Jacket, with shawl collar, 73cm long; a light brown three-quarter length fur coat, 93cm long. (2) £20-40
868.    Two Vintage Fox Fur Capes, tassled and other fur stoles, fur hats and a collection of mink and other collars. £20-40
869.    A 1950's Vintage Floral Dance Dress by Confection André of Italy, the upper sleeveless bodice with wide sweetheart neckline to full skirt and stiffened underskirt, size 14 (small). £10-20
870.    A Ladies Tan Sheepskin Coat, with reverse contrast trim to collar, cuffs and edges; a fitted dark brown suede coat with fur collar and tie belt, a vintage fur coat, a faux fur coat and jacket and a classic beige raincoat. (6) £30-40
871.    A 1950's Full Length Evening Gown, in cream with black velvet applique trim and halter neckline, a 1940's eau de nil satin teddy, a 'Deelow Model' duster coat and other modern outfits including a Welsh wool tapestry coat and Scottish tweed two-piece suit with a 'Jeckmoth' fabric garment bag. £20-40
872.    A 1940's Vintage Tea Dress, in navy blue crepe type fabric, with buttoned upper bodice, central fitted panel to gathered skirt, elbow length sleeves. £10-15
873.    A Dark Brown Mink Cocktail Jacket, waist length with bracelet length sleeves, and collar; a Squirrel fur cocktail jacket and stole. (3) £20-30
874.    A Dark Beige Mink Stole, with collar and five tassles to each end, £20-30
875.    Ossie Clark for Radley; A c.1970's Vintage Black Moss Crépe Fitted Jacket, with tie neckline and pleated bodice fastened under the bust with two buttons, long sleeves with buttoned cuffs. £40-60
876.    A 1950's Ball Gown, the black velvet bodice asymmetrically decorated with white beads and diamanté, the full net skirt with separate white taffeta underskirt; together with a "Hershell Model" black wool dress and jacket with faux fur trim (3). £30-50
877.    Ten 1960's Vintage Shift Dresses, including Peter Barron, Sid Greene, Bernard Freres, Ladies Pride, Mademoiselle and Dunmarsel (size 12/14). (10) £30-40
878.    A Gents Crombie Grey Tweed Coat, tailored by Charles Goulden, Leeds, single breasted with back vent, 114cm long, a ladies two-piece wool suit by the same retailer, a tweed cap and a Brevile ladies grey/green bouclé coat with mink collar. (3) £10-15
879.    A Collection of Ladies 1960's/70's Vintage Separates, including skirts by Jaeger, Daks, Harella, Ridella, Tricoville knitted two-piece suit, blouses etc. (11) £30-40
880.    A Cream Mink Coat, retailed by Walsh's of Sheffield, with shawl collar, 100cm long, with a matching hat; a dark brown faux fur jacket, a cream mink collar and a squirrel fur stole. (5) £40-70
881.    A c.1970's Wetherall Two-Piece Suit, in tan and cream houndstooth wool, with double breasted jacket and wrap around skirt; a Mairi Macintyre heather herringbone wool two-piece suit, a Wetherall reversible camel/cream blanket coat and two others. (5) £20-30
882.    A 1950's Cocktail Dress by Alma Leigh, in brown floral lamé fabric over layers of contrasting net, shoestring straps; together with a pair of Dolcis 'Soiree' stilleto evening shoes (size 51/5). £30-40
883.    A Gents 1950's Drape Coat, three-quarter length with brown velvet collar trim, a 'CWS Society Wear' brown pinstripe double breasted jacket, Dunn & Co. yellow wool check waistcoat and wool pinstripe trousers. (4) £20-30
884.    A Vintage 'Peltex' Faux Fur Jacket, a faux astrakhan waist length jacket, lurex evening jacket, navy blazer, 1960's cotton wrap-around dress, pale blue mini dress, a vintage style dress and two pairs of trousers. (9) £40-60
885.    A Mid XX Century Vintage Gents Jacket, by Allen MFG, Denver, Colorado, in blue virgin wool with zip front; a Turner Bros. Sportswear (Chicago) beige safari style vintage jacket, a Christie's brown wool felt trilby hat (size 7) and a beige trilby hat by Bennetts of Regent St., London. (4)
£30-40
885A.   A c.1980's Vintage Cojana Red Tweed Two-Piece Suit, Mansfield double breasted tweed three-quarter length jacket with brown mink collar and matching pencil skirt; Mildred Foster tan moygashel dress and jacket and two others. £20-30
886.    A Late 1940's Wedding Dress, in an off-white acetate type fabric with full length sleeves, frilled neckline and peplum waist, a row of central buttons, slightly longer at the back; together with a matching lace trimmed veil and contemporary headdress, a black velvet Mitzi Lorenz hat, gloves and bag in a suitcase. £40-50
887.    A Late XX Century Dark Brown Mink Coat, knee length, with the upper pelts vertical and lower pelts horizontal, single breasted with hook fastenings (two hooks missing) trimmed with gilt and pearlised buttons, stand up collar, 99cm long. £50-70
888.    A Silver Mink Stole, with collar effect, Joseph Fox Ltd. of Sheffield label, 130cm long. £30-40
889.    Christian Dior: A Black Quilted Lambskin Cannage Drawstring Tote, with aged brass tone hardware and 'D' letter charm, serial number 96-MA-1006, signature red fabric lining with inner pockets, 40cm long, 29cm high, 11cm deep. £30-40
890.    Louis Vuitton; A Suhali Le Radieux Handbag, in cream/white leather, with dual buckle embellishment to each side, polished brass hardware, flat strap top handles, top zip closure to light grey logo jacquard lining with three inner pockets, date code TH 4098, 36cm long, 23cm high, 17cm wide. £200-300
891.    A Dark Beige Mink Stole, with five tail tassels to one end; a fox fur collar. (2) £20-30
892.    Burberry: A Soft Grain Small Buckle Tote, in black, model number 4033797, with gold tone hardware, twin rolled handles with detachable Burberry signature fabric and narrow leather shoulder straps, fabric lined interior, magnetic buckle fastener, 18.5cm high, 23cm wide. £350-400
893.    Alexander McQueen: A Mini Clutch Purse, in matt black leather with gold croc imprint, envelope flap with black metal corner mounts and black wrist chain, 11cm high, 15cm wide. £220-250
894.    Louis Vuitton; A Monogram GM Neverful Handbag, of trapeze shape with monogram canvas exterior and vacheta tan trim and slim leather handles, adjustable side laces with lobster claw clip, canvas line interior, 56cm wide, 31cm high. £400-500
895.    Louis Vuitton; Monogram Canvas Purse, bi-fold with stud fastener, 15.7cm wide. £80-120
896.    Louis Vuitton; Drive Sunglasses, with soft protective bag, case and box. £140-180
897.    Christian Louboutin; Sweety Charity Nu Cabo Calf Handbag, in black with cabochon studs, gold tone hardware and long gilt strap,15cm wide. £250-300
898.    Valentino; Rockstud Spike Leather Shoulder Bag, in marine quilted leather with white studs and fastener, long white chain handle, 22.5cm wide, 13.5cm high,
*With original purchase label £1085. £400-500
899.    Louis Viutton; A Mini Monogram Alma Long Handbag, monogram cream canvas with wrap around zipper, dark brown leather trim and gold tone hardware, 37cm wide, 18cm high. £100-150
900.    Louis Vuitton; Canvas Monogram Purse, bi-fold, 19cm wide. £30-50
901.    Marc Jacobs; A Tan Leather Handbag, with twin front pockets, leather strap handles, polished brass hardware and suede lining; Another, similar in black leather with single front pocket, polished brass hardware and tassel detail and a Paul Smith tan leather handbag with gold stud detail. (3) £50-70
902.    An Early XX Century Baby's Cream Silk Dress, overlaid with ribbon trimmed net, with scalloped hem detail and a matching cape together with a cream embroidered net christening gown; a quantity of kid evening gloves, beaded purses, embroidered black velvet fez with tassel and various fans including a French advertising fan for Martell & Co Cognac. £40-60
903.    Vintage Hats, a small size black wool tail coat and trousers, sewing accessories and a quantity of vintage dancing shoes. £20-30
904.    An Austin Reed Ltd Gentleman's Black Top Hat, contained in a brown leather box, with brush. £80-100
905.    A Pair of c.1960's Lotus Court Shoes, in tan crocodile effect leather with low stilleto heel and pointed toes, size 60B (approx 5?) £10-15
906.    A Liberty of London Vintage Centenary Silk Scarf, in the Hera design with peacock feathers, in green; a Louis Féraud silk scarf, a Dior silk long scarf and a small collection of other vintage scarves; a circa 1940's/50's black velvet cocktail hat with veil and a modern David Neiper silk bias cut dress (size 14). £40-60
907.    A XIX Century French Fan, the paper leaf painted with courting couples in a garden setting, the mother of pearl sticks pierced and applied with scrollwork, flowers and figures (damaged); Another Fan, the silk leaf applied with lace and painted in a panel with a couple in gardens, musical instruments and flowers, the bone sticks with gilt and silver decoration, (2) £60-80
908.    A Collection of Mid XX Century Vintage Evening Purses, fans, ostrich feathers and nine unopened pairs of 'nylon' stockings. £20-30
909.    A Mid XX Century Diamanté Evening Purse, with fitted interior for powder, lipstick and cigarettes; a fan shaped gold and black brocade evening purse and a black grosgrain purse, embroidered with flowers, with gilt metal frame inset with stones and cabochons to snap clasp. (3) £20-30
910.    A 1920's Flapper Evening Purse, wholly covered with jewel tone beads in a contemporary design and with tasselled lower edge, celluloid tortoiseshell clasp; a circular embroidered evening purse, a metallic thread and beadwork evening purse with metal frame and chain handle, a beaded purse and a belt. (5) £40-50
911.    Salvatore Ferragamo: A Black Leather Handbag, with silver tone magnetic chain clasp fastener and wide flat shoulder strap, monogrammed fabric interior with pocket, number DD21 8203., 19cm high, 32cm wide, with makers dustbag. £50-70
912.    Salvatore Ferragamo; A black monogram print canvas shoulder purse, with slim black leather handle, zip fastening, silver tone hardware and interior leather label numbered AU-21-2316, 17cm hig, 32cm wide, with dustbag, £50-70
913.    A Jimmy Choo Black Croc-Embossed Leather Clutch Bag, envelope style with gold tone magnetic snap closure,12 cm high, 20cm long, with protective fabric bag. £20-30
914.    Fendi; A Foldable Monogram Ff Logo Canvas Shopper, with brown leather handles and base with stud fastener, 25cm high, 44cm wide. £50-60
915.    A Large Collection of Mainly Mid XX Century Vintage Hats, including velvet, straw, felt and special occasion:- Two Boxes £30-40
916.    A Pair of 1940's 'Norvic' Black Leather Ladies Court Shoes, (size 41/2), 1960's evening shoes, vintage evening bags, stockings and gloves etc. £30-40
917.    A Collection of Vintage Ties, Bow Ties and Braces, Shetland wool waistcoats etc:- One Box £15-25
918.    Chloe; A Paddington Metallic Blue Leather Handbag, dual rolled leather top handles, black tone hardware and makers signature logo engraved padlock and key, double zip closure, 36cm long, 18cm high, 18cm wide, with makers protective dustbag. £50-70
919.    Mulberry; A Drizzle Shiny Leopard Leather Hayden Shoulder Bag, with top flap over magnetic fastener, flat shoulder strap, chrome hardware, logo black fabric lining, number 1016294, 41cm long, 35cm high, with makers protective dustbag. £60-80
920.    Marc Jacobs; A Turqouise Leather Handbag, brushed gold tone hardware and stud detail, twin flat handles, floral fabric lining, 37cm long, 37cm high, with makers protective dustbag. £20-30
921.    An Late XIX Century Chasuble, the front with a panel of crewelwork embroidery depicting the three shepherds each holding their gifts, the reverse with a crucifix shaped panel embroidered with the crucifiction scene, red silk lining. £30-50
922.    Vintage Handbags; Charles Jourdan green suede clutch, a feather handbag, Ackery beige classic handbag, Garfield's of London brown patent handbag, evening bags. £20-30
924.    Wine - Le Grand Vin De Bordeaux; Chateau La Rose Du Pin Bordeaux 1983, 75cl; Chateau De Predignac Bordeaux Rouge 1982, 70cl; Chateau Faurie-Pascaud Bordeaux 1983, 70cl, 11.5% Vol. In wooden presentation box. £30-50
925.    Wine - Grant's Of St James's Cotes du Roussillon, 70cl. Six Bottles, cased. £20-40
926.    Wine - Baron Philippe De Rothschild Mouton Cadet Bordeaux 1990, 75cl, 12.5% Vol., Twelve Bottles. £40-60
927.    Wine - Baron Philippe De Rothschild Mouton Cadet Bordeaux 1992, 75cl, 12.5% Vol., Five Bottles; Baron Philippe De Rothschild Mouton Cadet Bordeaux 1990, 75cl, 12.5% Vol., Four Bottles. (9)
£30-50
928.    Wine - Baron Philippe De Rothschild Mouton Cadet Bordeaux 1994, 75cl, 12% Vol., Two Bottles; Baron Philippe De Rothschild Cadet Claret Bordeaux 1996, 75cl, 12% Vol.; Baron Philippe De Rothschild Mouton Cadet Bordeaux 1987, Baron Philippe De Rothschild Mouton Cadet Bordeaux Blanc 1994, 75cl, 12% Vol., two bottles; Bordeaux Blanc 1995; Baron Philippe De Rothschild Mouton Cadet Bordeaux 1987, 75cl, 12% Vol.; Baron Philippe De Rothschild Mouton Cadet Bordeaux 1988, 75cl, 12% Vol., Two Bottles. (9) £30-50
929.    Wine - Baron Philippe De Rothschild Mouton Cadet Bordeaux 1989, 75cl, 12.5% Vol. £50-70
930.    Wine - Cuvee Du Tastevin Chateauneuf Du Pape 1969, 73cl; Maison Calvert A Bordeaux Calvert Claret 2000, 75cl, 12.5% Vol.; Chateau Les Alberts Lussac Saint Emilion 2000, 75cl, 12.5% Vol.; Chateau Haut Genestras 1997, 75cl, 11.5% Vol.; Calvet Reserve Bordeaux 1998, 75cl, 11.5% Vol. (5) £30-50
931.    Wine - Gerard Tremblay Montmain Chablis Premier Cru 2003, 750ml, 13% Vol.; Gerard Tremblay Chablis 2005, 750ml, 12.5% Vol.; Gerard Tremblay Petit Chablis 2005, 750ml, 12% Vol. (In wooden case) £20-40
932.    Port - Delaforce Late Bottled Vintage Port 1999, s/n 395256, 75cl, 20% Vol., boxed; Borges Porta Vintage Port 1980, s/n 277573, 75cl, 20% Vol.; Superior Douro Port Tawny, s/n 781349, 1 pint & 9 fl. ozs., 20% Vol. (3) £20-40
933.    Champagne - A Special Edition Brut Imperial Rose Moet & Chandon Champagne Limited Edition Number 0244 of 1000 Designed By Philip Treacy For London Fashion Week 2002/2003, 750ml, 12% Vol.; Together with Unique Limited Edition Stopper, the inset plaque inscribed "Moet & Chandon Fashion Tribute 2002/2003 Philip Treacy London 244/1000", complete with presentation box, leaflet and original bag. £50-70
934.    Champagne - Joseph Perrier Cuvee Royale Brut, 750ml, 12% Vol.; Champagne Moutard Brut Reserve, 75cl, 12% Vol.; Champagne Benedick Damery Brut, 75cl, 12% Vol., two bottles; Lanson Black Label Brut Champagne, 750ml, 12.5% Vol. (7) £60-80
935.    Whisky - Glenmorangie Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 10 Years Old, Glenmorangie Original presentation boxed with two crystal tumblers, 70cl, 40% Vol. £20-30
936.    Mixed - Glen Calder Fine Old Scotch Whisky, blended and bottled by Gordon & MacPhail, 1.5 litre, 40% Vol.; Bell's Commemorative Bell Decanter Extra Special Scotch Whisky Christmas 1996, Aged 8 Years, 70cl, 40% Vol.; Another to Commemorate The Birth Of Prince William 21st June 1982, (unsealed); Extra Strong Bass Royal Brew Lager, specially brewed for the Royal Wedding 29th July 1981, 275ml, two bottles; Whitbred Silver Jubilee Ale, in honour of the Queen's Silver Jubilee 1977, 33cl, two bottles. (7) £20-30
937.    Whisky - Dalwhinnie Winters Gold Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70cl, 43% Vol., boxed; Glen Keith Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery Edition, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; Tamnavulin Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky Double Cask, individual batch no. 0308, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed. (3) £40-60
938.    Whisky - The Dalmore Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky 12 Years Old, 75cl, 40% Vol., boxed. £50-70
939.    Whisky - Johnnie Walker Premier Old Scotch Whisky, 750ml, 43% Vol, no certificate present, sealed and presentation boxed. £40-60
940.    Whisky - Bowmore Mariner Aged 15 Years Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 1 litre, 43% Vol., in presentation tube. £50-80
941.    Whisky - Johnnie Walker Aged 21 Years Finest Scotch Whisky, individually numbered, bottle number A094194, 70cl, 43% Vol., boxed. £100-150
942.    Whisky - John Haig & Co. Dimple Scotch Whisky, (duty free for exportation only), boxed. (2) £20-40
943.    Whisky - John Haig & Co. Dimple Scotch Whisky, (duty free for exportation only), boxed. (2) £20-40
944.    Whisky - John Haig & Co. Dimple Scotch Whisky, (duty free for exportation only), 1 litre, 86% US Proof, boxed; Chivas Regal 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky, (duty free for exportation only), US Quart. (2) £20-40
945.    Whisky - Chivas Regal 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky, duty free for exportation only, US Quart; Chivas Regal 12 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 Fl. OZ, 75% Proof, boxed. (2) £20-40
946.    Whisky - William Grant's The Family Reserve Finest Scotch Whisky, 1 litre, 43% Vol.; Teacher's Highland Cream Old Scotch Whisky, 1 litre, 43% Vol.; Bell's Fine Old Scotch Whisky 12 Years Old, 75cl, 43% Vol. (3) £20-40
947.    Whisky - Glenfiddich Pure Malt Scotch Whisky Over 8 Years Old, 26 2/3 Fl. OZS, 70% Proof; Glenfiddich Pure Malt Scotch Whisky Special Old Reserve, 50cl, 86% US Proof; Glenfiddich Pure Malt Scotch Whisky Special Old Reserve, 75cl, 40% Vol. (3) £20-40
948.    Whisky - Teacher's Highland Cream Old Scotch Whisky, 1 litre, 43% Vol; Bell's Extra Special Old Scotch Whisky Aged 8 Years, 1 litre, 43% Vol.; Johnnie Walker Red Label Old Scotch Whisky, 1 litre, 40% Vol. (3) £20-40
949.    Whisky - John Haig & Co. Blended Scotch Whisky, 26 1/2 FL. OZS,; William Grant's Family Reserve Finest Scotch Whisky, 1 litre, 40% Vol. (2) £20-40
950.    Whisky - White Horse Fine Old Scotch Whisky, No. 7765104, 75cl, 40% Vol.; Bell's Extra Special Old Scotch Whisky, 37.5cl, 40% Vol. (2) £20-40
951.    Whisky - Johnnie Walker Red Label Old Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 FL. OZS., 70d Proof, two bottles. (2) £20-40
952.    Whisky - Springbank Campbeltown Single Malt Scotch Whisky 15 Years Old, 1970's bottling, 70cl, 46% Vol., boxed. £700-900
953.    Whisky - The Edradour Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 10 Years, 1980's bottling, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed. £40-60
954.    Whisky - Edradour Sauternes Cask Matured Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky, distilled 2006, bottled 2015, 70cl, 46% Vol., boxed. £40-60
955.    Whisky - Highland Park Orkney Islands Single Malt Scotch Whisky Capella Special Edition, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed. £80-100
956.    Whisky - Bell's Finest Scotch Whisky 8 Years Old, 70cl, 40% Vol. Three Bottles. £20-30
957.    Whisky - Dimple Fine Old Original De Luxe Scotch Whisky 15 Years Old, 1 litre, 43% Vol., boxed; The Famous Grous Finest Scotch Whisky, 1 litre, 40% Vol.; Glenfiddich Special reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 12 Years, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed. (3) £30-50
958.    Whisky - Gledfiddich Pure Single Malt Scotch Whisky Special Reserve, 70cl, 40% Vol., in Clans Of The Highlands Of Scotland Collection "Clan Sinclair" commemorative gift tin showing a portrait of Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster (Bart), by Sir Henry Raeburn, reproduced from an original painting in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh. £20-40
959.    Whiskey - The "Old Bushmills" Distillery Co. Limited Bushmills Special Old Irish Whiskey Black Bush, 700ml, 40% Vol., in tin; Another, unboxed; The Original Bushmills Irish Whiskey, 700ml, 40% Vol. (3) £30-50
960.    Whisky - Glenfiddich Pure Malt Scotch Whisky Special Old Reserve, 1 litre, boxed; Bushmills Single Malt Irish Whiskey, aged 10 years, 1 litre, 43% Vol., boxed. (2) £20-40
961.    Whisky - The White Horse Cellar Scotch Whisky, No. 567730, 70% Proof, (no quantity, small bottle); The White Horse Cellar Scotch Whisky, aged in wood, bottled 1960, 70% Proof, (no quantity, smaller bottle). (2) £60-80
962.    Whisky - Chivas Regal 12 Years Old, 375ml, 43% Vol. boxed; Old Redwood Finest Canadian Rye, 35cl, 30% Vol.; Drambuie; Laphroaig 10 Years Old, 5cl, 40% Vol. boxed; The Famous Grouse Scotch Whisky, 1 litre, 40% Vol.; Murray's Scottish Highland Malt Whisky Liqueur, 70cl, 22% Vol.; Auchentoshan Pure Malt Scotch Whisky, 75cl, 40% Vol. 70d Proof. (7) £50-70
963.    Whisky - Johnnie Walker Red Label Old Scotch Whisky, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Glenfiddich Special Reserve Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 12 Years, 35cl, 40% Vol. boxed; Havana Club Anejo Blanco and Anejo Especial, 70cl, 40% Vol. boxed together. (3) £30-50
964.    Whisky - Glenmorangie Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky Ten Years Old, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed; House Of Lords Deluxe Blended Scotch Whisky, 70cl, 40% Vol., boxed. (2) £20-40
965.    Whisky - The Glenlivet Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged 18 Years, 70cl, 43% Vol., boxed. £30-50
966.    Whisky - Ardbeg The Ultimate Single Islay Malt Scotch whisky Limited 1975 Edition, bottled in the year 1999, 70cl, 43% Vol., boxed. £300-500
967.    Cognac - J. &. F. Martell Very Old Pale Cognac, early/mid XX Century, three star, label states Maximum Price 37 /- per bottle, no capacity, 70d Proof, with spring cap. £80-100
968.    Cognac - J. &. F. Martell Very Old Pale Cognac (1950's/1960's), no capacity, 70% Proof, with spring cap. £60-90
969.    Cognac - J. &. F. Martell Cognac (1960's/1970's), 24 Fl. OZS., 70% Proof, with screw cap. £50-70
970.    Cognac - J. &. F. Martell Cognac (1960's/1970's), 24 Fl. OZS., 70% Proof, with screw cap. £50-70
971.    Cognac - J. &. F. Martell Cognac (1960's/1970's), 24 Fl. OZS., 70% Proof, with screw cap. £50-70
972.    Cognac - J. &. F. Martell Cognac (1960's/1970's), 24 Fl. OZS., 70% Proof, with screw cap. £50-70
973.    Cognac - J. &. F. Martell Cognac (1960's/1970's), 24 Fl. OZS., 70% Proof, with screw cap. £50-70
974.    Cognac - Remy Martin & Co. V.S.O.P. Fine Champagne Cognac, 70% Proof; Courvoisier Three Star Luxe Cognac, (duty free for exportation only), boxed; Etiqueta Negra 103. (3) £20-40
975.    Cognac - Remy Martin & Co. V.S.O.P. Fine Champagne Cognac, 70% Proof; Courvoisier Three Star Luxe Cognac, 24 Fl. OZS., 70% Proof. (2)
£20-40
976.    Gin - Gordon's Special Dry London Gin, 26 2/3 Fl. OZS., 70% Proof, two bottles; Gordon's Special Dry London Gin, 1 litre, 37.5% Vol.; Gordon's Dry Gin, 50cl, 47.3% Vol. (4)
£30-50
977.    Mixed Spirits - Benedictine D.O.M., Kummel, Plum Brandy, Smirnoff Vodka, Emva and Harvey's Sherry (2), Campari, Chartreuse, Kirsch, Vermouth Rosso, Slivivitz, J&B Whisky, 1 litre, Johnnie Walker Red Label Whisky, 3x 50cl bottles. (15) £20-40
978.    Mixed Spirits - J&B Whisky, 1 litre, Alfasi and La Ina Sherry, two bottles, Cointreau, Campari, 1900 Terry Liqueur, Vermouth Rosso, Lamb's Navy Rum, Grant's Whisky, 1 litre, Johnnie Walker Red Label Whisky, 2x 50cl bottles. (11) £20-40
979.    Mixed Spirits - Tio Pepe, Harvey's and Dry Sack Sherry, three bottles, Stock Cherry brandy, Drambuie, Campari, J&B Whisky, Grant's Whisky, 1 litre, Cinzano Bianco, Whyte & Mackay, 2x 50cl bottles. (11) £20-40
980.    Mixed Spirits - Dry Sack and Harvey's Sherry, three bottles, Campari, Creme de Menthe, Carbonell Montilla Cream, J&B Whisky, Martini Rosso, Grant's Whisky, 1 litre, Johnnie Walker Red Label, 2x 50cl bottles. (11) £20-40
981.    Mixed Spirits - Tio Pepe, La Ina and Dry Sack Sherry, three bottles, J&B Whisky, 1 litre, "Vat 19" Trinidad Rum, Slivovice Plum Brandy, Cointreau, Dewar's "White Label" Whisky, 1 litre, Bell's * Years Old Whisky, 1 litre, Cinzano Vermouth The Rossa, Johnnie Walker Red Label, 2x 50cl bottles. (12) £20-40
982.    Sherry - Harvey's Club Amontillado Medium Dry Sherry, 70cl, eight bottles. £15-30
983.    Mixed Spirits - Gonzalez Byass Dry Fino Sherry, La Ina Sherry, Matignon Fruits au Cognac Marrons, Grant's Whisky, 1 litre, Dewar's "White Label" Whisky, 1 litre, Johnnie Walker Black Label, 50cl, Johnnie Walker Red Label, 37.5cl. (7) £20-40
984.    Spirits - Croft Original Sherry, 1 litre; Ron Viejo de Caldas 8 Year Gran Reserva, 40% Vol.; De Kuyper Cherry Brandy; 100 Pipers Scotch Whisky, 75cl, 40% Vol.; Cinzano Vermouth Bianco Special; Hennessy Cognac; Cockburn's Special Reserve Port. (7) £30-50
985.    Spirits - John Haig & Co. Ltd. Dimple, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof, boxed; John Haig & Co. Ltd. Dimple, 26 2/3 Fl. Ozs., 70d Proof; Asti Spumante; Pott Rum, West Indies rum; Glenfiddich Pur Malt Scotch Whisky, 75.7cl, 70d Proof, boxed; Bacardi Superior Rum; Croft Original Sherry; Miniatures including; The Antiquary 12 years old, boxed, Napoleon Brandy and two Van Der Hum liqueur. (11)
£30-50
986.    Spirits - Pernod, 35cl; Absolut Vodka, 700ml; Bell's Scotch Whisky 8 Years Old, 70cl; Gordon's Special Dry Gin, 70cl; Taylor's Late Bottled Vintage Port 1988, 75cl; Lamb's Navy Rum, 1 litre; Lamb's Navy Rum, 700ml, Drambuie Liqueur, 50cl, Ouzo Aperitif, 20cl, Dimple, miniature, boxed. £20-40
987.    Cognac - J. &. F. Martell Cognac (1960's/1970's), 24 Fl. OZS., 70% Proof, with screw cap. £50-70
988.    Cognac - J. &. F. Martell Cognac (1960's/1970's), 12 Fl. OZS., 70% Proof, with screw cap. £20-40
989.    Mixed - Chivas regal Whisky, 1 litre, 75% Proof; Sandeman Brown Sherry, Drambuie, 11 5/6 Fl. OZS, 70% Proof, Disaronno, Cockburn's Port, Cherry Brandy, Hazelnut Schnapps, Cava, Bucks Fizz, Matteus Rose, 187ml. (10) £20-40
990.    Mixed - Jameson Irish Whisky, 1.5 litre, 40% Vol., Augier Freres & Co. Cognac, Martini Vermouth, Harvey's Club Classic Sherry, Cointreau, 12 Fl. OZS., 70% Proof, Cusenier Peach Brandy, 12 Fl. OZS., 52% Proof, Prosecco, Italian Pinot Grigio White Wine, Matteus Rose, 187ml. (9) £20-40
991.    Ale - Fuller's 2012 Bottle Conditioned Vintage Ale Limited Edition, bottle number 47680, 500ml, 8.5% Vol., boxed. £10-20
993.    A Late XIX Century Mahogany Cased Wall Clock, with fusée movement, the white enamel dial inscribed "Barrett, Blandford" and with Roman numerals, 37cm diameter. £120-180
994.    A Late XIX Century Mahogany Cased Wall Clock, the white enamel dial inscribed "Edwd Brown Manufacture, Winchester" and with Roman numerals, 36cm diameter. £120-180
995.    A Late XIX Century Mahogany Cased Wall Clock, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, 25cm diameter. £60-80
996.    A Late XIX Century Vienna Wall Clock, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals, in a mahogany case, 63cm long. £70-100
997.    A XIX Century French Red Tortoiseshell Boulle and Gilt Brass Mounted Mantel Clock, by Maple & Co. Ltd. Paris, the white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals to the eight day movement, in a waisted case, with scrolling leaf finial, 36cm high. £300-500
998.    An XVIII Century Oak Eight-Day Longcase Clock, the arched dial inscribed "Joseph Hall, Birmingham", with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials, 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. £140-180
999.    A Late XVIII Century Mahogany Eight-Day Longcase Clock, the arched white dial inscribed "W. Hamilton, Whitburn" with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials and painted with a church scene, the hood with swan neck pediment and reeded columns with brass capitals, the trunk with boxwood stringing and reeded pilasters, crossbanded base, on bracket feet, 223cm high. £200-300
1000.   A Late XVIII Century Oak Thirty-Hour Longcase Clock, the engraved brass dial inscribed "Garland Sunderland", with pierced astragals, Roman numerals and minute dial, stepped pediment to arched door with reeded columns and egg and dart beading, 212cm high. £200-300
1001.   A XIX Century Mahogany Eight-Day Longcase Clock, the white dial inscribed "J. Fesemier? Brynmawr", with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials, the arched hood with turned finials and barley twist supports, crossbanded door and base and barleytwist pilasters, 221cm high. £100-200
1002.   A Devon Clocks Brass Orrery Clock, showing the changing of the planets in conjunction with the stars of the zodiac, 43cm high, with operating instructions and booklet. £500-700
1003.   A Brass Repeater Carriage Clock, the twin barrel movement with platform escapement striking on a gong, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals within a circular chapter ring, with case and key, 14cm high. £150-250
1005.   An Early XIX Century Oak and Mahogany Dresser, the pine back with three shelves and half columns, the base with three drawers above central bank of three drawers between panelled cupboard doors, turned columns, on bracket feet, 223cm high, 175cm long. £400-600
1006.   A Late XIX Century Walnut Pedestal Desk, with crossbanded top, three drawers, twin pedestals each with three graduated drawers and chamfered sides, on plinth bases, 73cm high, 107cm wide. £100-150
1007.   An XVIII Century Joined Oak Dresser, the upper with two shelves and panelled back, the base with three top drawers, shaped apron, corner brackets, chamfered supports, with pot board, 210cm high, 145cm wide. £600-800
1008.   A XIX Century Mahogany Pole Screen, with woolwork tapestry panel of flowers, in a shaped frame, turned base, on cabriole legs, 169cm high. £30-50
1009.   A Set of Eight Early XIX Century Mahogany Dining Chairs, two carvers and six single, with rectangular bar back, rail supports, drop-in seats, on tapering forefront legs united by stretchers. (8) £200-300
1010.   A Late XVII Century Oak Blanket Box, with four panelled top and base, on stile feet, 60cm high, 134cm wide. £100-150
1011.   A XX Century Walnut Dining Suite, with draw leaf table, on carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, with ten matching dining chairs, with arched top rail and upholstered back and seats, on cabriole legs, with ball and claw forefront legs. (11) £600-800
1012.   A Mid XVIII Century Oak Settle, with four panelled back, shaped arms, on cabriole legs united by stretchers, on pad feet, 108cm high, 190cm wide. £300-400
1013.   A XIX Century Pine Tool Chest, the interior superbly inlaid with satinwood, boxwood, ebony, mahogany, pitch pine and other woods, two similar drawers having ivory handles and similar sliding compartments, housing a large quantity of period woodworkers tools. £200-300
1014.   A XIX Century Painted Mahogany Tool Chest, the interior with three sliding compartments and lower section housing a large quantity of period woodworkers tools. £100-150
1015.   A XIX Century Chinese Hardwood Jardiniére Stand, inset with marble, carved and pierced frieze (damaged), on shaped supports united by an 'X' stretcher, 93cm high. £50-100
1016.   An Early XX Century Oak Pedestal Desk, with crossbanded top, brown leather sciver, central drawer, the pedestals with slides over drawers, plinth base, 76cm high, 154cm wide. £200-300
1017.   A XIX Century Regency Rosewood Sewing Table, the rectangular top with brass inlay, over single drawer and upholstered basket, on 'S' shaped supports with swept legs united by turned stretchers, 75cm high, 53.5cm wide. £300-500
1018.   A Late XIX Century Oak Wellington Chest, with carved and moulded edge and five drawers, each with foliate and animal head carvings, the side pilasters carved with fruit, on a plinth base, 100cm high, 55cm wide. £100-200
1019.   A Mahogany Partners Desk, circa early to mid XIX Century, with three scriver panels to moulded border top, three drawers to each side, on twin pedestals with graduated drawers, on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet, 184cm wide. £150-250
1020.   An Early XIX Century Yew Wood Sofa Table, with drop leaves, two single drawers and two dummy drawers on turned pedestal, splayed legs, 71cm high, 131cm wide. £300-500
1021.   A XIX Century Walnut Pier Cabinet, with marquetry inlay and ormolu mounts, on stepped base, 108cm high, 81cm wide. £150-200
1022.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Secretaire Bookcase, the top with arched pediment and glazed astragal doors, the base with secretaire drawer with fitted interior over three long drawers on bracket feet, 211cm high, 106cm wide. £300-500
1023.   A XIX Century Mahogany Breakfast Table, the circular top with moulded edge, on carved cabriole legs and scroll feet, 80cm high, 124cm wide. £100-150
1024.   A Late XIX Century Mahogany Pedestal Desk, with crossbanded top, green leather sciver, the twin pedestals each with four marquetry inlaid graduated drawers, and with similar foliate and cherub inlaid panel to rear of desk, on plinth base (originally a dressing table), 72cm high, 130cm wide. £100-150
1025.   An Edwardian Mahogany Inlaid Display Cabinet, with low back, glazed astragal doors, internal shelf, on tapering legs with spade feet and undershelf, 175cm high, 92cm wide. £120-150
1026.   An Early XX Century Satinwood Cylinder Bureau, with crossbanded top, cylinder fall to fitted interior, two drawers over cupboard doors with oval panels, on bracket feet, 98cm high, 67cm wide. £200-300
1027.   A XX Century Chinese Hardwood Chair, with shaped top rail, pierced splat in the form of a dragon, shaped arms and solid seat on square legs. £50-100
1028.   An Early XVIII Century Joined Oak Blanket Box, with panelled top and base, on stile feet, 117cm wide. £80-120
1029.   A George III Mahogany Bureau Bookcase, the top with dentil cornice over glazed astragal doors and candle slides, the bureau with fall front and pigeon hole interior with four small drawers, the base with four drawers, on ogee feet, 222cm high, 108cm wide. £200-400
1030.   A Late XVIII Century Oak Dresser Base, with marquetry crossbanded top, central drawer over twin panelled cupboards and flanking drawers, on ogee feet, 86cm high, 190cm wide. £400-600
1031.   A Mid XIX Century Walnut Salon Seat, with carved, scrolled and pierced back, upholstered back and seat, on turned and reeded supports, 96cm high, 174cm wide. £150-200
1032.   A Matched Pair of XVII Century Style Joined Oak Chairs, top rail with crowns and figures and acorn finials, upholstered back panels and seats, on barley twist and block supports, central stretcher, with crown decoration on paw fore front legs £75-100
1033.   A XIX Century Simulated Rosewood Stool, the rectangular upholstered top with shaped and carved apron, raised on cabriole legs, bearing label "Wm. Johnson & Son, Sheffield", 38cm high, 121cm wide. £100-200
1034.   A XX Century Carlton House Desk, with galleried top, leather sciver, three central drawers and cupboard doors over three drawers, on tapering legs with corner brackets, 104cm high, 122cm wide. £200-300
1035.   A XIX Century Mahogany Chest, with three-quarter galleried top over five drawers and cupboard, on bun feet, 99cm high, 122cm wide. £80-120
1036.   A Set of Four Early XX Century Mahogany Chippendale Style Dining Chairs, with shaped top and pierced splats, drop-in seats, serpentine front rail on chamfered square legs united by 'H' stretchers. (4) £60-100
1037.   A George III Mahogany Bureau, with fall front and fitted interior over four graduated drawers on bracket feet, 104cm high, 84cm wide. £100-200
1038.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Display Cabinet, with glazed doors, two internal shelves, two central drawers, flanking cupboard doors, on swept legs, 159cm wide x 187cm high. £100-200
1039.   An XVII Century Joined Oak Coffer, with a four panelled top, rosette frieze, four carved panel base, on stile feet, 159cm wide by 57cm high. £100-150
1040.   An Early XX Century Waring & Gillow Mahogany Bow Fronted Serving Table, with a gadrooned edge, single drawer, on tapering legs, stamped 'Waring & Gillow', 86cm high, 97cm wide. £150-200
1041.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Pedestal Sideboard (possibly Waring & Gillow), the low back with moulded edge, central bow fronted drawer between flanking pedestals, each with a single drawer over cupboard door, one enclosing a lined cellarette drawer, raised on tapering reeded supports, 116cm high, 203cm wide. £60-100
1042.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Extending Dining Table (possibly Waring & Gillow), the rectangular top with moulded edge, plain frieze, raised on tapering legs carved with flowerheads, with two additional leaves, 210cm wide, 304cm extended. £200-400
1043.   A Set of Ten Early XX Century Mahogany Dining Chairs (possibly Waring & Gillow), the eight single and two carver chairs with arched back and pierced foliate carved splat, drop-in seats, on tapering legs united by stretchers. (10) £300-500
1044.   A Pair of XVIII Century French Style Gilt Wood Armchairs, with a shaped top rail, upholstered back, seat and arms, serpentine front rail with 'C' scroll decoration, on cabriole legs with scroll feet. £150-200
1045.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Oak Dresser, the panelled back with two shelves, the base with three small drawers over panelled cupboard doors, on stile feet (bearing label), 187cm high, 138.5cm wide. £150-200
1046.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Style Oak Bookcase, with single shelf and fielded panels, 97cm high, 84cm wide. £100-150
1047.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Style Oak Box Settle, with panelled back, shaped sides, hinged seat, 36cm high, 61cm wide. £100-150
1048.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Style Oak Magazine Rack, with rectangular top, shaped sides and plinth feet, 51cm high, 49.5cm wide. £30-50
1049.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Style Oak Bookcase, with stepped cornice and three shelves over twin panelled arched doors, on stile feet, 183cm high, 90cm wide. £150-200
1050.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Style Oak Glazed Double Height Corner Cupboard, with dentil cornice, glazed door to two internal shelves, the base with a panelled door with knulled decoration, on bracket feet, 180cm high, 61cm wide. £100-150
1051.   A Titchmarsh & Goodwin Style Oak Gateleg Table, with oval top, on turned and block supports, united by stretchers, 137cm wide. £100-150
1052.   An Oak Nest of Tables, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, the largest table 50cm high, 67cm wide. £50-100
1053.   A Set of Six Reprodux Ladder Back Chairs, (four single and two carver), with drop-in seats, on cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, turned front stretchers. (6) £100-150
1054.   Heal & Son, London; A XIX Century Mahogany Side Table, the top with low back and moulded edge over two small drawers on turned legs (label to drawer). £60-100
1055.   A Pair of XIX Century Mahogany Hall Chairs, with arched and shaped backs, serpentine seats with moulded edge on turned forefront legs. (2) £40-80
1056.   A XIX Century Walnut Bedroom Chair, with upholstered hooped top rail, scroll shaped arms, barley twist supports, upholstered serpentine seat on barley twist forefront legs. £100-150
1057.   An Early XX Century Edwardian Salon Seat, with inlaid top rail and upholstered panelled back and seat, fretwork 'C' scroll supports and shaped arms on cabriole legs, 114cm wide. £60-100
1058.   A Set of Six XIX Century Mahogany Dining Chairs, with upholstered back and seats on turned and reeded forefront legs. (6) £80-120
1059.   A Pair of XIX Century Oak Dining Chairs, with upholstered back and seats, on turned and reeded forefront legs. (2) £20-30
1060.   A Set of Six (Five Single and One Carver) Matched XVIII Century Style Mahogany Dining Chairs, with rail supports, upholstered seats on tapering legs, the carver chair with arched top rail, shaped arms and upholstered seat on tapering legs. (6) £100-200
1061.   An Early XIX Century and Later Mahogany Breakfronted Secretaire Bookcase, with stepped pediment, glazed Gothic style astragal doors, the base with central secretaire drawer to fitted interior, flanking sides with small drawers over cupboard doors, on bracket feet (married), 245cm high, 236cm wide. £300-600
1062.   A XIX Century Mahogany Pot Cupboard, with three-quarter gallery back, cupboard door, on turned legs, 80cm high, 41cm wide. £50-100
1063.   An Early XX Century Walnut Display Cabinet, with arched and shaped back, twin glazed bow fronted doors, concave centre, over three small bow fronted drawers, the frieze with 'C' scroll decoration, on turned supports with undershelf, 228cm high, 102cm wide. £300-500
1064.   An XVIII Century Oak Chest on Stand, the upper with stepped pediment, two small and three long drawers with blind fret decoration, the base with three long drawers on bracket feet, 178cm high, 103cm wide. £300-400
1065.   A XIX Century Mahogany Bureau Bookcase, the top with stepped pediment and glazed astragal door, bureau with fall front to fitted interior above three drawers on bracket feet (top married), 200cm high, 72cm wide. £100-200
1066.   An Edwardian Satinwood Inlaid Wall Hanging Display Cabinet, with stepped cornice, astragal doors, two internal shelves, with finials, 73cm high, 67cm wide. £80-120
1067.   A Dutch XVIII Century Style Walnut Display Cabinet, with shaped and scrolled pediment, twin glazed doors to two internal shelves over two serpentine shaped drawers, on carved cabriole legs with claw and ball feet, 203cm high, 140cm wide. £300-500
1068.   A XIX Century Rosewood Wall Bracket, of stepped rectangular form, elaborately carved with acanthus, 26cm high, 33cm wide. £50-80
1069.   A George III Dumb Waiter, of three tier form, turned gun barrel stem, dished edge trays, tripod base raised on claw and ball feet (repair to top tray), 114cm high. £100-150
1070.   A XIX Century Walnut Sutherland Table, with moulded edge and drop-leaves, on turned and reeded supports and cabriole legs, 69cm high, 104cm wide. £100-200
1071.   A Set of Four XIX Century Walnut Salon Chairs, with carved and scrollwork top rails, upholstered seats, on turned forefront legs. (4) £80-120
1072.   A Mid XVII Century Oak Blanket Box, with hinged lid, candle box, iron lock plate, moulding to front, 42cm high, 101cm wide. £100-200
1073.   A XIX Century Oak Correction Chair, with arched top, carved acanthus decoration, upholstered back and seat, on turned and reeded forefront legs, 32cm high. £30-50
1074.   A XVII Century Joined Oak Blanket Box, with three panels to hinged lid and front, frieze, knulled decoration and lozenge carving to front panels, on stile feet, 65cm high, 124cm wide. £100-150
1075.   An Early XIX Century Mahogany Breakfast Table, the rectangular top with reeded edge, raised on turned pedestal on reeded splayed supports, 68cm high, 143cm wide. £80-120
1076.   An Edwardian Mahogany Display Cabinet, with swan neck pediment, concave centre with astragal bars, flanking glazed doors, bow front central cupboard door with ribbon and swag inlay, shaped apron, on tapering spade feet, 171cm high, 114cm wide. £150-200
1077.   An Early XX Century Chinese Chippendale Style Display Cabinet, the pediment with Greek key decoration, blind fret frieze, twin glazed doors with three internal shelves, gadrooned base, fretwork apron, on square supports with blind fret decoration, 182cm high, 124cm wide. £300-500
1078.   A XIX Century Carved Oak Display Cabinet, with stepped pediment, frieze carved with an animal head and other grotesque heads, figures and fruit, arched central leaded glass door and sides, on stepped base with stile feet, 202cm high, 102cm wide. £250-450
1079.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Serpentine Shaped Ladies Dressing Table, the upper section with pierced and carved top, central bevelled mirror and flanking drawers, the base with drawers to each pedestal united by central dummy drawer, on cabriole legs, 109cm high, 109cm wide.
£200-300
1080.   An Early XX Century Mahogany Sideboard, with gadrooned carved border, three drawers over twin cupboards on carved cabriole legs terminating with ball and claw feet, 172.5cm wide. £80-120
1081.   A XX Century Mahogany Extending Dining Table, with gadrooned carved border to rectangular top, having telescopic action, on twin tripod pedestal terminating with ball and claw feet, with two spare leaves, opening to 281cm x 115cm. £150-200
1082.   A Pair of XX Century Mahogany Carver Chairs, in the Chippendale style, with pierced splat back, carved scrollwork to cresting, arm supports and cabriole legs, on ball and claw feet. (2) £40-80