Two Day Auction
Day One - Thursday 7th May 2015
Silver, Jewellery & Watches

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1.      A Continental Jug, indistinctly stamped "930", of circular form, allover detailed in relief, with double scroll handle, 6.6cms high. £20-30
2.      Marius Hammer; A Norwegian Filigree and Enamel Buckle, each openwork panel of heart design, detailed with flowerheads and scrolls, highlighted in blue and white enamel, stamped makers mark and "930S". £50-70
3.      Ilias Lalaounis; A Small Ewer, of bulbous hammered finish with elongated spout, stamped "Lalaounis" "900", 14.2cms high. £60-80
4.      A Two Light Candlestick, each sconce of flowerhead design, one higher than the other, raised on circular spreading base, stamped "800SB", together with a pair of dwarf candlesticks, stamped "800DD", pair of salts and a dish. (6) £20-40
4A.     A Pair of German Trinket Boxes, stamped "Hesterman Ernst" "Handarbeit" "800" with the crescent and crown, each of circular form, with hinged cover, decorated in relief with fruit. £100-150
5.      A John Turton Sheffield EPBM Four Piece Teaset, each of baluster form, profusely decorated with flowerheads and leaf scrolls, with leaf capped scroll handles, raised on four scroll feet, each lid with bird finial, numbered "785". £30-50
6.      A Charles Ellis & Co Electroplated Four Piece Teaset, each of baluster form, profusely decorated with leaf scrolls and geometric panels, with leaf capped scroll handles, raised on four scroll feet, numbered "1410". £30-50
6A.     A Set of Four Russian Table Spoons, Moishe Chaim Liebovich Gold, stamped "84", the shaped handles initialled. £60-80
7.      A Turquoise Enamel on Silver Deposit Part Dressing Table Set, comprising hair brush and hand mirror in fitted case (lacking comb), together with three further brushes, a scent bottle (lacking stopper) and lidded jar. £30-50
8.      A Modern Keyring, of satin and polished finish, the panel detailed with an anchor, stamped "925". £8-10
8A.     A Pair of Continental Candlesticks, each shaped base on paw feet supporting tapering knopped column sconce and fixed nozzle 29.3cms high (damage/repair). £40-60
9.      A XIX Century Child's Rattle/Whistle/Teether, stamped makers mark "R.B", with whistle end, two rows of bells and coral teether, engraved "M*I to E*L", 13.6cms long. £150-180
10.     Tiffany & Co; A Plated Chafing Dish on Stand, the circular pan with pull off cover, initialled, stamped "Tiffany & Co Makers", on stand of three reeded legs with bun feet (alterations/lacking burner). £150-200
10A.    A Pair of Large Plated Salts, each of circular pedestal form, with classical decoration, highlighted with ribbon tied garland swags and rams heads, with gilt lined interior, in fitted case. £50-70
11.     A D&A Electroplated Strawberry Dish, the shell bowl with bead capped flying loop handle, fitted with gilt lined jug and sugar bowl, raised on four ball feet; together with another shell bowl dish and a serving spoon, stamped Rogers & Hamilton Pat 1895". £30-50
12.     *The following twelve lots are being offered for sale on behalf of Sheffield Sports & Athletic Football League. All proceeds are being donated to charity.

A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Lidded Trophy Cup, makers mark rubbed, London 1905 (rubbed), of inverted baluster form, between acanthus leaf scroll handles, detailed in relief with flowerheads and scrolls, raised on pedestal base, with pull off cover, 38.5cms high, 2000grams, on tapering black socle base, with applied band and shield plaques engraved with names and dates, overall height 48cms. £500-550
13.     A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Trophy Cup, makers mark rubbed, London 1928 (?rubbed), of plain circular form between twin leaf capped scroll handles, raised on pedestal base, 770grams, 29.5cms high, on black socle base, with applied band and shield plaques engraved with names and dates, overall height 35.5cms high. £180-220
14.     A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Lidded Trophy Cup, marks rubbed, of plain circular form, between twin leaf capped scroll handles, raised on pedestal base, with domed pull off cover, 660grams, 23.5cms high, on black socle base with applied band engraved with names and dates, overall height 31cms. £150-200
15.     A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Lidded Trophy Cup, marks rubbed, of plain circular form, between twin leaf capped scroll handles (old damage/repair), raised on pedestal base, with domed pull off cover, 675grams, 23.5cms high, on black socle base, with applied band and plaques engraved with names and dates. £150-200
16.     A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Trophy Cup, marks rubbed, of plain circular form, between twin leaf capped scroll handles, raised on pedestal base, 22cms high, 465grams, on black socle base with applied band engraved with names and dates. £100-150
17.     A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Trophy Cup, marks rubbed, of plain circular form, between twin leaf capped scroll handles (old damage/repairs), raised on pedestal base, 21cms high, 500grams, on black socle base with applied band and plaques engraved with names and dates. £100-150
18.     A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Trophy Cup, makers mark rubbed, of inverted baluster form, between twin handles, engraved "The Kenning Cup Presented By Sir George Kenning J.P. to the Sheffield Sports and Athletic Football League for Annual Competition", on spreading base, 19.5cms high, 390grams, on black socle base with applied band, overall height 25.5cms. £80-100
19.     An Electroplated Twin Handled Lidded Trophy, of tapering oval form, engraved "Presented - 1950 by William Stones Ltd Cannon Brewery Sheffield to Sheffield Sports & Athletic Football League Benevolent Fund Knock Out Cup Winners", between lion mask and scroll loop handles, on spreading base, the pull off cover with football player resting his foot on a football, 42.5cms high, on black socle base with applied band, overall height 51cms. £40-60
20.     A Large Plated Lidded Trophy Cup, of tapering form, with applied detail, raised on pedestal base with acanthus leaf rim, the pull off cover with late XIX Century style footballer finial (damaged/repaired), 43cms high, on black socle base with applied band engraved with names and dates, overall height 49.5cms. £70-100
21.     A Shield Shape Trophy, "S S & A E L Club Sportsmanship Award" "Albert Smith Trophy", applied to the centre with football match scene, within leaf border, bearing plaques engraved with names and dates, on easel back, 46.5cms high. £30-50
22.     Four Plated Twin Handled Trophy Cups - "Sheffield Sports and Athletic League Senior Div.3 Runners Up", "Sid Hill Cup Winners", "Gerry Young Trophy", "S S & A L The Goal Scorers Merit Cup Presented by Morton Villa FC (1953)", each on base with applied plaques/bands. £20-30
23.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Black Socle Trophy Base, together with socle sections with applied shield plaques, bands engraved with names and dates and assorted loose shield shape plaques engraved with names and dates. £30-50
24.     A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Bowl, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1908, of octagonal form, between angular handles, raised on octagonal spreading base, 700grams. £150-200
25.     Omar Ramsden; A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Spoons, London 1932, with poppy seed head, Tudor rose and thistle finials, longest spoon 14.2cms, total weight 275grams. (6) £500-600
26.     Omar Ramsden; A Hallmarked Silver Spoon, London 1930, with rounded bowl and poppy seed head finial, 15.8cms long, 55grams. £150-200
27.     Omar Ramsden; A Hallmarked Silver Miniature Cup, London 1936, the circular hammered bowl supported on spreading base, inscribed to the underside "Omar Ramsden Me Fecit", on hexagonal wood base with applied hallmarked silver spindle, overall height 9.3cms. £200-300
28.     Omar Ramsden; A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, London 1927, each with twisted stem and nail head finial, in fitted "Omar Ramsden Artist Goldsmith London, England" case. £300-400
29.     A Hallmarked Silver Jug, Jackson & Fullerton, London 1906, of tapering cylindrical form with borders in relief and gilt lined interior, 9.4cms high. £30-50
30.     A Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dish, HA, Sheffield 1897, of shaped circular form with pierced decoration, together with a small button hook, a miniature pedestal dish etc. (4) £25-30
31.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Sugar Tongs, Thomas Bradbury, & Sons, London 1911, with open scrollwork detail and shell bowls, together with a hallmarked silver canister, Messrs Deakin, Chester 1894, with floral swag detail, total weight 100grams. (2) £25-40
32.     A XIX Century Hallmarked Silver Gilt Vinaigrette, Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1810, allover decorated with wrigglework and leaves to the corners, the hinged grille dot pierced and detailed with flowerhead and leafy spray, 4.1cms wide. £250-300
33.     A Hallmarked Silver Tray, Cooper Bros & Sons, Sheffield 1952, bearing Coronation mark, of rounded square form, with gadrooned border, raised on four hoof feet, 25.2cms diameter, 630grams. £150-200
34.     A Hallmarked Silver Presentation Card Tray, HH, Sheffield 1985, of shaped circular form, bearing presentation inscription "Mark Barber in Grateful Recognition of Outstanding Service to The Boys Clubs of South Yorkshire and Hallamshire" and facsimile signatures, raised on three scroll feet, 20.5cms diameter, 315grams. £60-80
34A.    A Hallmarked Silver Card Case, makers mark indistinct, Birmingham 1860, allover leaf scroll engraved with central basket of flowers, initialled. £80-100
35.     A Hallmarked Silver Salver, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, of shaped circular form, with acanthus leaf scroll and floral decoration, within leaf scroll border, raised on three scroll feet, 32.5cms diameter, 1020grams. £250-300
36.     A Hallmarked Silver Card Tray, Fenton Bros Ltd, Sheffield 1913, of plain shaped circular form, raised on three hoof feet, 20.7cms diameter, 330grams. £60-80
37.     Keswick School of Industrial Arts; A Hallmarked Silver Dish, Birmingham 1903, of planished finish, within shaped border of fruiting vines, inscribed to the underside "Clark", 15.3cms diameter. £100-150
38.     A Hallmarked Silver Card Tray, EH Parkin & Co, Sheffield 1970, of plain shaped circular form, raised on four scroll feet, 20.4cms dimeter, 310grams. £60-80
39.     A Hallmarked Silver Six Piece Cruet Set, Adie Bros, Chester 1930, comprising pair of blue glass lined salts, pair of lidded mustards and pair of pepperettes, together with associated spoons, in fitted case. £60-80
40.     A Set of Ten Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Dessert Knives and Forks, GH, Sheffield 1918, together with a set of six mother of pearl handled knives and forks, contained in a fitted wooden case with lift out tray, a set of six mother of pearl handled tea knives and a pick. £60-80
41.     An XVIII Century Hallmarked Silver Helmet Shape Cream Jug, makers mark indistinct, London 1783 (weighted); An XVIII Century Hallmarked Silver Cream Jug, TS, London 1778, of baluster form with prick dot border and Continental style decoration, on circular pedestal base. (2)
£100-150
42.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, George Unite, London 1890, each with twisted stem, together with matched sugar tongs, in fitted case, together with a further set of six hallmarked silver teaspoons, with twisted stems, in fitted case, and a set of six coffee spoons. £30-50
43.     A Matched Set of Five Hallmarked Silver Fish Knives and Forks, Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1912 (forks), 1913 (knives), together with two hallmarked silver Old English pattern table spoons, initialled. (12) £30-50
43A.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Five Bar Toast Racks, SB&S Ltd, Birmingham 1920, each with high central loop handle, raised on four bun feet. £60-80
44.     A Hallmarked Silver Teapot, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1939, of circular panelled form, raised on pedestal base, 755grams. £150-200
45.     A Hallmarked Silver Card Tray, Messrs Hutton, Sheffield 1918, of shaped circular form with shell and scroll border, raised on three hoof feet,16.5cms diameter, 165grams. £40-60
45A.    A Scottish Hallmarked Silver Pedestal Jug, Marshall & Sons, Edinburgh 1871, acanthus leaf scroll decorated, with high leaf capped scroll handle, raised on a circular spreading base, 248grams. £80-100
46.     Three Pairs of Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, Birmingham 1893, 1923, 1938, together with four further hallmarked silver napkin rings. (10) £60-80
47.     A Hallmarked Silver Coffee Pot, Thomas Levesley, Sheffield 1915, of plain baluster form, with leaf scroll rim and high loop handle, raised on circular pedestal base, 665grams. £200-250
48.     A Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Oval Pedestal Dish, Johnson Durban & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1897, of oval form with gadrooned centre, reeded rim and plain swing handle, raised on oval pedestal base, 540grams. £200-250
49.     A Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Dish, Cooper Bros, Sheffield 1926, of shaped circular form, with shaped swing handle, 335grams. £100-120
50.     A Late Victorian Hallmarked Silver Rose Bowl, George Lambert, London 1896, profusely decorated with flowerheads and leaf scrolls within shaped border, raised on circular pedestal base, 17cms diameter, 400grams (previously allover gilt).
£180-200
51.     A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1824, with reeded border and leaf capped flying scroll handle, raised on shaped oval pedestal base, 200grams. £70-90
52.     A Hallmarked Silver Hanoverian Pattern Table Spoon, marks rubbed, initialled, together with three early XIX Century fiddle pattern table spoons, initialled. (4) £80-100
53.     A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, Joseph Rodgers, Sheffield 1918, 1925, 1928 (2), 1932, 1935, each handle composed of two golf clubs and shield finial "N.C.G.C". £30-40
54.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Dwarf Candlesticks, Francis Howard Ltd, Birmingham, 1996, 6cms high, in original fitted case. £35-50
55.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Handled Tea Knives, G.B, Sheffield 1919, in original fitted case, together with a set of six Royal Crown Derby tea knives, in original case. £30-40
56.     A Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dish, marks rubbed, with pierced border, raised on pedestal base, inscribed, together with two further dishes, stamped "Sterling", one inscribed "Euchre January twenty fifth 1900". (3) £40-60
57.     A Hallmarked Silver Card Case, A&J Zimmerman Ltd, Birmingham, 1899, allover leaf scroll engraved, initialled. £60-80
58.     A Hallmarked Silver Caddy Spoon, Stokes & Ireland, Chester 1909, with apostle finial. £40-50
59.     A Scottish Provincial Part Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoon, David Gray, Dumfries, initialled, together with an Old English pattern spoon, David Gray, Dumfries, initialled. (2) £180-200
60.     A Modern Hallmarked Silver Toddy Ladle, C.J. Vander, London 1976, the shaped bowl with spout to each side, bearing feature hallmarks, with turned wood handle, 38.5cms long, in original fitted case. £150-180
61.     A Hallmarked Silver Coffee Pot, Brook & Son, Sheffield 1935, of plain cylindrical form, with domed hinged cover and scroll capped scroll handle, 365grams. £140-160
61A.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Oval Photograph Frame, A&J Zimmerman, Birmingham, date letter unclear, on wooden easel back. £40-60
62.     A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1947, engine turned, initialled, the gilt lined interior inscribed "Presented to Mr T Crossland as a token of appreciation for Faithful Services to the Sheffield Rotherham & District Master Plumbers Association 18-5-50", 180grams. £40-60
63.     A Tall Hallmarked Silver Vase, marks rubbed, of plain tapering form with flared rim, on plain pedestal base, 30.2cms high (damages). £40-60
63A.    A Hallmarked Silver Table Lighter, RC, London 1968, detailed to the front in relief with three ostrich feathers argent, The Black Prince's "Shield for Peace", stamped to the underside "Witchball by Comyns London". £80-100
64.     A Part Set of Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Cutlery, PPMCo, Birmingham, 1935, comprising five table spoons, twelve table forks, twelve spoons, twelve forks, ten teaspoons, all handles double struck, total weight 3290grams. £800-1000
65.     A Part Set of Hallmarked Silver Old English Thread Pattern Cutlery, WB, possibly William Bateman II, London 1831, comprising eleven table spoons, six table forks, nine spoons, nine forks, ten teaspoons, all handles double struck, crested, total weight 2380grams. £600-800
66.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Old English Thread Pattern Sauce Ladles, WB, possibly William Bateman II, London 1831, crested, 160grams; together with set of four matching salt spoons, and a further spoon, crested, all handles double struck. £80-120
67.     A Hallmarked Silver Meat Skewer, WB, possibly William Bateman II, London 1831, with loop handle, crested, 35.6cms long. £100-150
68.     A Hallmarked Silver Meat Skewer, WB, possibly William Bateman II, London 1831, with loop handle, crested, 25.4cms long. £80-120
69.     A Hallmarked Silver Marrow Scoop, WB, possibly William Bateman II, London 1831, crested, 23cms long. £80-100
70.     A Mismatched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fish Knives and Forks, PPMCo, Sheffield, 1935, EV 1953 (handles), 1954 (blades/tines), of similar design. £100-150
71.     A Set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Soup Spoons, EV, Sheffield 1952, all handles double struck, total weight 730grams. £200-250
72.     A Set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, EL, Sheffield 1955, all handles double struck, total weight 195grams. £60-80
73.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Sugar Tongs, Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult, London 1805, with bright cut detail, initialled. £30-50
74.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Sauce Ladles, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1901, total weight 110grams. £30-50
75.     A Set of Three Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Table Forks, Mary Chawner, London 1836, together with three further hallmarked silver Kings pattern table forks, various makers and dates, all handles double struck, total weight 600grams. £150-180
76.     A Matched Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Forks, George Adams, London 1843, 1845, together with two further hallmarked silver Kings pattern forks, various makers and dates, all handles double struck, total weight 370grams. £80-100
77.     A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoons, Elizabeth Eaton, London 1847, total weight 230grams. £70-100
78.     A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoons, Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult, London 1807, total weight 170grams. £50-80
79.     A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Spoons, Barker Bros Ltd, Birmingham 1931, 1932, 1933, all handles double struck, total weight 410grams. £100-140
80.     A Set of Six Scottish Provincial Hallmarked Silver Fiddle and Shell Pattern Teaspoons, makers marks unclear, Dundee, initialled and numbered 1 to 6. £60-80
81.     A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Spoons, William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, London 1810, together with pair of similar hallmarked silver Old English pattern spoons, Charles William Fletcher, Sheffield 1906, total weight 230grams. £50-70
82.     A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Spoons, LS, possibly L Spiers, London 1841, 1842, initialled, total weight 200grams. £50-70
83.     A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Forks, LS, possibly L Spiers, London 1841, initialled, total weight 200grams. £50-70
84.     A Set of Five Scottish Hallmarked Silver Forks, JW, Edinburgh 1848, total weight 290grams. £80-100
85.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons, Thomas Wallis and Jonathan Hayne, possibly London 1816. £30-50
86.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1805. £30-50
87.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons, W.T, London 1827. £30-50
88.     A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons, GEC, possibly London 1814; A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1815. £30-50
89.     A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons, William Eaton, London 1838, together with a pair of similar hallmarked silver teaspoons, William Eley & William Fearn, possibly London 1818. £25-40
90.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons, Peter & William Bateman, London 1809, initialled, together with a hallmarked silver Kings pattern table spoon, Barker Bros Ltd, the handle double struck, total weight 250grams. £70-100
91.     A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons, IL, London 1817, together with a set of three hallmarked silver Old English pattern teaspoons, Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan & James Boult, London 1807. £25-40
92.     A Collection of Assorted Hallmarked Silver Spoons, various makers and dates, including teaspoons, coffee spoons, salt spoons etc. (16). £60-80
93.     A Set of Five Hallmarked Silver Forks, JW, possibly John James Whiting, London 1835, together with three further hallmarked silver forks, various makers and dates. total weight 370grams. £80-100
93A.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Pepperettes, marks rubbed, each of plain baluster form, in fitted case; A Hallmarked Silver Lidded Mustard, of plain oval form with hinged cover, and a further lidded mustard, both with blue glass liners. £60-80
94.     A Hallmarked Silver Mug, SH, London 1812, of tapering cylindrical form, with reeded bands, initialled, 160grams. £100-150
95.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, A.E. Poston & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1931, together with a set of six commemorative hallmarked silver coffee spoons, and a further spoon. £30-50
96.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Shell Butter Dishes, Elkington & Co, Birmingham 1906, in fitted case, complete with matching butter knives. £40-60
96A.    1980 Olympics Alpine Skiing Interest - A Model of a Skier, mounted on rectangular wood base, inset to the underside with a hallmarked silver plaque, A Ltd, Birmingham 1980, base 12.8cms wide. £70-90
97.     A Hallmarked Silver Tankard, of plain baluster form, with acanthus leaf capped scroll handle, on spreading base, 195grams. £40-60
98.     A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, EV, Sheffield 1956, with wavy edge and loop handle, raised on three pad feet, 95grams (handle damaged). £25-30
99.     A Hallmarked Silver Lidded Mustard, HW, Sheffield 1916, of plain drum form, together with a hallmarked silver miniature trowel bookmark, a mother of pearl handled preserve spoon etc. £25-30
100.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Sugar Tongs, TD(?), London 1816, initialled, together with two smaller pair of sugar tongs and a decorative sifter spoon. £25-30
100A.   An Impressive Canteen of Hallmarked Silver Queens Pattern Cutlery, James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1913, 1914, all handles double struck, comprising thirty six dessert spoons, ten egg spoons, thirty six table forks, twelve teaspoons, eighteen ivory handled fish knives and forks, eighteen mother of pearl handled dessert knives and forks, twenty four table spoons, four sauce ladles, one pair of tongs, pair of fish serves, two gravy spoons, thirty six ivory handled table knives, thirty six ivory handled dessert knives, twenty four dessert forks, six meat/game knives, one steel and six meat/game forks, approximate total weight of silver 11,965grams, all contained in an oak six drawer canteen chest, with cupboard doors and recessed brass carrying handles.
*This canteen was presented to Leslie Loxley Firth, a Sheffield magnate, as a wedding present in 1914. £4000-6000
101.    A Georgian Scottish Hallmarked Silver Teapot, George McHattie, Edinburgh 1817, semi gadrooned with gadrooned and shell border, bearing a shied cartouche to each side (one initialled), raised on four ball feet; Together with Matching Jug, Edinburgh 1820, initialled, total weight 1000grams. (2) £300-400
102.    A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Teaset, JGLtd (marks rubbed), Birmingham 1942, each of shaped oval form, with wavy rim, raised on four ball feet, total weight 985grams. £250-300
103.    A Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Teaset, Reid & Sons, London 1917, each of plain circular form with reeded necks, on rim base, total weight 1470grams (damages). £350-400
104.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Café au Lait Pots, makers marks rubbed, London 1916, each of plain baluster form, 17.3cms high, total weight 575grams. £120-180
105.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Decanter Jug, makers mark rubbed, Chester 1900, with loop handle, 20cms high. £70-100
106.    A Pair of Scottish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Toddy Ladles, Alexander Henderson, Edinburgh 1815, initialled, 15.5cms long. £40-60
107.    A Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Basting Spoon, Thomas Northcote, London 1784, initialled. £60-80
108.    Three Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Forks, Henry Holland, London 1865, initialled, total weight 225grams. £50-70
109.    A Pair of Provincial Part Hallmarked Silver Sugar Tongs, John Langlands, Newcastle, bright cut engraved (worn). £20-30
110.    A Hallmarked Silver Caddy Spoon, Stokes & Ireland Ltd, Chester 1920, of 'seal top' design. £15-20
111.     A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Gravy Spoon, GB, London 1800, the bowl centrally divided by a strainer, monogrammed, 30cms long. £80-120
112.    A Scottish Hallmarked Silver Oar Pattern Ladle, P Cunningham & Son, Edinburgh 1808, initialled (damaged), 200grams. £60-80
113.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Five Branch Toast Racks, HCD, Birmingham 1947, with central loop handle, total weight 90grams. £40-60
114.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Shell Butter Dishes, HA, Sheffield 1915, each raised on three ball feet, together with pair of butter knives, HA, Sheffield 1917. £25-40
115.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigar Case, Zachariah Barraclough & Sons, Chester 1902, of planished finish, monogrammed, 12.7cms long, 190grams. £50-70
116.    A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Salts, Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield 1878, each of boat shape with high twin loop handles, on pedestal base. £60-80
117.    A Hallmarked Silver Bowl, Charles Edwards, London 1917, of plain circular form, 8cms diameter, 120grams. £25-40
118.    A Hallmarked Silver Christening Mug, JGLtd, Birmingham 1924, foliate engraved; A Hallmarked Silver Hand Mirror, marks rubbed. (2) £25-30
119.    A Hallmarked Silver Lidded Mustard, SWS&Co, Birmingham 1917, of plain rectangular form with canted corners, with scroll handle and thumbpiece (lacking glass liner). £30-40
120.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Pepperettes, HA, Sheffield 1902, each of tapering cylindrical form, 6.5cms high. £30-40
121.    A Pair of Victorian Hallmarked Silver Preserve Spoons, TS, London 1865, profusely decorated, initialled, in fitted "W. Crouch & Son" case; A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1928, in fitted case. £20-40
122.    A Victorian Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Butter Knife, Edward Hutton, London 1884, with foliate detail to the blade and decorative mother of pearl handle, in fitted case, initialled. £20-30
123.    A Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Sauce Ladle, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1815, initialled; A Scottish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoon, makers mark indistinct, Edinburgh 1815, initialled, together with three further hallmarked silver spoons (damages), total weight 230grams. (5) £40-60
124.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Hip Flask, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1906, the clear glass of textured finish, with removable base cup; together with a hallmarked silver topped cut glass trinket box, of rounded rectangular form, with pull off cover. (2) £30-50
124A.   A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons, JR, Sheffield 1913, together with a set of four hallmarked silver Old English pattern coffee spoons, H.W, Sheffield 1906. £30-40
125.    A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Pedestal Bowl, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1906, of plain circular form, between twin loop handles, on spreading base (dented and creased), 13cms high, 660grams. £150-180
125A.   A Set of Five Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, George Maudsley Jackson, Birmingham 1891, initialled. £30-40
126.    A Hallmarked Silver Tankard, CJ Vander Ltd, London 1970, of plain form bearing feature hallmarks, 10.2cms high, 295grams. £50-70
127.    Four Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, together with another, stamped "Made In Israel "925". (5) £20-30
127A.   A Set of Five Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, SC&Co(?), Birmingham 1828, initialled. £30-40
128.    A Hallmarked Silver and Green Enamel Eight Day Bedside Clock, the white circular dial with black Arabic numerals within openwork frame, highlighted in pale green enamel, on easel back, 7.2cms high (damages). £25-40
129.    Liberty & Co; An Arts & Crafts Hallmarked Silver Teaspoon, Birmingham 1903, with hammered heart shape bowl and twisted stem, with inset cabochon finial, 11.7cms long. £30-50
130.    A Hallmarked Silver Pen and Pencil, James & William Deakin, London 1907 (bearing F import mark), each of telescopic form, within long square section case, overall length 16.5cms. £30-50
131.    A Set of Five Georgian Part Hallmarked Dessert Knives and Forks, IT, Sheffield 1826, with mother of pearl handles; together with a matching plated and mother of pearl knife and fork, Walker & Hall. (12) £30-50
132.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Sugar Tongs, Henry Holland, London 1847; A Hallmarked Silver Handled Butter Knife. (2) £25-40
133.    A Set of Four Irish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, IB, Dublin 1832; A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Hanoverian Pattern Coffee Spoons, HF, Britannia and lion head erased, London 1914. (10) £30-50
134.    Three Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Teaspoons, Stephen Adams, London 1793; A Set of Four Part Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, and four Fiddle pattern mustard spoons etc. £30-50
135.    A Pair of Decorative Art Nouveau Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Vases, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1905, each of tapering form, detailed in relief with flowerheads and acanthus leaves, between pointed twin loop handles and shaped openwork flared rim, on shaped spreading base, overall height 27cms, total weight 755grams. £250-300
135A.   Two Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoons, together with two pairs of hallmarked silver fiddle pattern teaspoon, a sifter spoon with apostle finial and pair of small sugar tongs. (8) £50-70
136.    A Victorian Hallmarked Silver Cigar Case, George Unite Birmingham 1886, allover leaf engraved, 12.5cms long, 120grams (hinge detached). £70-100
137.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Berry Spoons, Ebenezer Coker, possibly 1752, each profusely later decorated, total weight 140grams. £80-100
138.    A Hallmarked Silver Dish, BA, Sheffield 1981, engraved "Sigillvm Villa De Sheffelde Anno 1554"; Five Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, total weight 195grams. £40-60
139.    A Hallmarked Silver Fiddle and Thread Pattern Table Fork, RS, London 1903, the handle double struck, initialled; Together with a USSR Spoon, stamped "875", with enamel to the handle; a pair of hallmarked silver coffee spoons etc. (6) £30-50
140.    A Hallmarked Silver Muffin Dish, makers mark indistinct, London 1908, of plain circular domed form, with reeded loop handle, dish 19.8cms diameter, 690grams. £250-280
141.    A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Pedestal Dish, Thomas Edward Aitkin, Birmingham 1912, of lobed design, with twin high loop handles, on circular spreading base with knopped stem, 24cms high, 935grams. £300-350
142.    A Large Hallmarked Silver Lady's Jewellery Box, William Comyns, date letter rubbed, the gilt lined lid of shaped oval form, detailed in relief with lovers in a rural setting, raised on four leaf capped pad feet, 11.5cms high, 28.4cms wide. £300-350
143.    A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Sugar Bowl, James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1943, of plain circular form, between angular handles, on reeded rim base, 205grams. £60-80
144.    A Hallmarked Silver Presentation Trowel, T.W, Birmingham 1873, "Presented to Fred Hargreaves on the Occasion of Laying the Foundation Stone of the First Block of the Union Warehouses Sept 11th 1874", 28.5cms long, in fitted case; Together with a Leather Bound English Version of the Polyglot Bible, Samuel Bagster and Sons 15 Paternoster Row London, with brass clasp, inside bearing presentation label "Presented to Fred Hargreaves by James Dixon 10 Sept 1877". (2) £60-80
145.    A XIX Century German Silver and Glass Box, Weinranck & Schmidt, Hanau, stamped "800" with the crescent and crown, the glass body of shaped oval form, with applied leaf scrolls and central sunburst mask, 22cms wide, within fitted G. Confalonieri Giojelliere Milano-Roma case. £150-200
146.    A Hallmarked Silver Snuff Box, W.O, Birmingham 1901, of rectangular form, allover leaf scroll engraved with central shield initialled "GHW", 6.2cms wide. £60-80
147.    A Hallmarked Silver Caddy Spoon, Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1940, with decorative handle and shell bowl, initialled and inscribed with an earlier date "Feb 1st 1939". £30-50
148.    A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat on Stand, B.B, Birmingham 1905, the sauce boat with spout to each side, with high scroll loop handles and bead and reel border, complete with matching dish stand. £80-100
149.    A Hallmarked Silver Piqué Work Trinket Box, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1909, the hinged cover detailed with floral swags, raised on four pad feet; A Hallmarked Silver Trinket Box, H&A, Birmingham 1922, the circular hinged lid with inlaid detail, raised on three pad feet (damages). (2) £80-100
150.    A Hallmarked Silver Hip Flask, makers mark rubbed, London 1846, of plain form with screw top, initialled and dated "W.H.W.P. 7-6-45", 10.3cms high. £30-50
151.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, marks rubbed, of plain rectangular form, initialled; A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, Sampson Mordan & Co, Birmingham 1928, allover engine turned, initialled. (2) £30-50
152.    A Hallmarked Silver Letter Opener, London 1927, together with a 1977 Silver Jubilee commemorative letter opener and a nail file. (3) £20-30
153.    A Hallmarked Silver Meat Skewer Paper Knife, Francis Howard, Sheffield 1981, in original fitted case. £30-40
154.    A Hallmarked Silver Meat Skewer Paper Knife, PT, Sheffield 1998, in original box, complete with printed compliment slip from the Master and Mistress Cutler Paul and Pauline Tear 21st May 1998. £30-40
155.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, GH, Sheffield 1953, bearing the Coronation mark, in original fitted case; together with a set of six hallmarked silver coffee spoons, in associated fitted case. £30-50
156.    A Hallmarked Silver Decanter Label, Roberts & Belk, Sheffield 1981, "Whisky", complete with printed note "This Wine Label is an exact replica of the one produced by Hester Bateman in the year 1789 and subsequently reproduced by Peter and Ann Bateman in 1791". £15-25
157.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Hanoverian Pattern Table Spoons, Daniel & John Wellby, London 1894, initialled, total weight 480grams. £100-150
158.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Forks, RC, London 1827 (5), WS, London 1820 (1), initialled, total weight 410grams. £100-150
159.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Forks, makers marks rubbed, London 1814, initialled, total weight 360grams. £80-120
160.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Forks, George Adams, London 1869, initialled, together with three further hallmarked silver forks, total weight 360grams. £80-120
161.    A Set of Five Scottish Hallmarked Silver Spoons, JP, Edinburgh 1802, initialled, total weight 160grams. £50-80
162.    A Matched Set of Eight Hallmarked Silver Spoons, various makers and dates, initialled, total weight 240grams. £70-100
163.    Four Hallmarked Silver Table Spoons, various makers and dates, including Thomas Pratt & Arthur Humphries, together with a further hallmarked silver spoon, total weight 285grams. £70-100
164.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Table Spoons, George Wintle, London 1805, initialled, together with a further pair of hallmarked silver table spoons, makers marks rubbed, London 1810, initialled, total weight 230grams. £60-80
165.    A Hallmarked Silver Twin Branch Candelabrum, HU, Birmingham 1959, the tapering square stem supporting three square sconces (one interior damaged), on stepped base, 20cms high.
£30-50
166.    A Hallmarked Silver and Pink Enamel Hand Mirror, together with matching brush. £15-20
167.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, initialled, together with an engine turned example and another stamped "Kayserzinn". (4) £10-15
168.    A Set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, CB&S, Sheffield 1925, in fitted case, complete with matching sugar tongs. £40-50
169.    A Britannia Standard Hallmarked Silver Tea Kettle on Stand, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, London 1918, of Queen Anne style, on burner stand, total weight 2470grams. £1000-1500
170.    A Britannia Standard Hallmarked Silver Matched Four Piece Teaset, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1922, Garrard & Co, London 1980 (coffee pot), each of Queen Anne design, with wooden handles, total weight 2705grams. £1500-2000
170A.   A Large Hallmarked Silver Novelty Pin Cushion, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1903, in the form of pig, 11cms long. £200-250
171.    A Hallmarked Silver Trinket Box, makers mark indistinct, Birmingham 1909, of shaped rectangular form, the hinged lid with ribbon and reed border, monogrammed, raised on four paw feet. £80-100
172.    A Hallmarked Silver Salver, Ebenezer Coker, London 1771, with shaped beaded border and central armorial crest, raised on three ball and claw feet, 35.5cms diameter, 1380grams. £500-600
173.    A Hallmarked Silver Card Tray, Ebenezer Coker, London 1771, with shaped beaded border and central crest, raised on three ball and claw feet, 15.5cms diameter, 237grams. £200-250
174.    A Pair of Modern Hoop Earrings, of two colour textured design, stamped "750". £100-120
175.    A Pair of Modern Earrings, of twisted design, stamped "750"; together with a further pair of earrings of textured finish on long hook fittings. £100-120
176.    Three Pairs of Modern Chain Earrings, one pair of three colour design, another with applied rings etc. £150-180
177.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone six claw set, approximate total diamond weight 0.63cts. £580-600
178.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone rubover set, approximate total diamond weight 1.04cts. £1300-1400
179.    A Pair of Large 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone six claw set, approximate total diamond weight 4.08cts. £12500-13000
180.    A Pair of Earpendants, each composed of two mottled glass beads separated by elongated scroll work link, suspended from tied bow surmount and hook fitting. £60-80
181.    A Pair of Sapphire and Diamond Earpendants, each central rose cut diamond collet set within circular single row border of square cut sapphires, each suspended from three stone surmount, on Continental hook fitting. £1000-1200
182.    Lina Falkesgaard for Georg Jensen; A 'Pebbles' Necklace, stamped "750" "1445", composed of baton links, together with matching earrings, stamped "750" "1445" "Denmark". £700-800
182A.   A 1980's 18ct Gold Emerald and Diamond Set Necklace, composed of seven claw set clusters, each with central rectangular cut emerald, within border of marquise cut diamonds, spaced by line set brilliant cut diamonds, to cluster snap clasp, London 1984, overall length approximately 41.5cms. £8000-10000
183.    A Large Diamond Set Pendant, of shaped circular openwork design, eight claw set to the centre with an old cut diamond (7mm diameter), within swirl border of graduated further old cut stones, on detachable diamond set bale and fine chain, in original fitted case, complete with detachable brooch fitting and detachable hair pin (en tremblant). £5000-6000
184.    A Pearl Set Chain, applied "15", to bolt ring stamped "15". £40-50
185.    A Modern Oval Pendant/Brooch, oval collet set with a green hardstone, within pierced border, with hinged bale, indistinctly stamped "585". £80-120
186.    An Edwardian Sapphire and Diamond Pendant/Brooch, of ribbon tied scrolling openwork design, set throughout with graduated old cut diamonds, central claw set oval sapphire and pearl highlights, with pearl drop below, complete with detachable diamond set bale and brooch fitting with screw. £500-700
187.    A Two Row Pearl Bead Necklace, the uniform beads strung to later clasp (fitted for three rows), of textured design, with pearl highlights, stamped "9ct", together with matching clip earrings, one stamped "375". £150-200
188.    A Filigree Necklace, of graduated design, together with a long chain, Victorian brooch, detailed with a horseshoe, crop and horn, a pair of filigree earrings etc. £20-30
189.    An Early XIX Century Heart Shape 'Regard' Locket Pendant, detailed to the front with two flowers, set with ruby, emerald, garnet, amethyst, ruby and diamond (spelling regard) and lapis lazuli, opal, aventurine and emerald (spelling love), opening to reveal glazed panel, on later chain. £200-300
190.    A Modern Novelty Pendant, in the form of a stylised palm tree, highlighted in green enamel, stamped "750". £80-100
191.    A Modern Pendant, as the head of Queen Nefertiti, stamped "750". £80-100
192.    A Modern Pendant, detailed with palm tree and crossed swords, highlighted in green enamel, stamped "750"; together with another pendant, stamped "22c". (2) £100-120
193.    A Large Cross Pendant, of textured finish, stamped "750". £70-90
194.    A Modern Circular Pendant, detailed in relief with abstract figures, stamped "750". £140-160
195.    A Fancy Link Chain, stamped "750". £50-60
196.    A Three Colour Necklace, of graduated textured design, to snap clasp, stamped "750". £750-800
197.    A Three Colour Necklace, of uniform textured design, to snap clasp, stamped "750". £550-580
198.    A Modern Necklace, to lobster clasp, stamped "750", suspending filigree pendant, of textured design, indistinctly stamped. £300-350
199.    A Fancy Link Chain, stamped "750", suspending filigree pendant in the form of a coffee pot. £150-180
200.    A Modern Opal and Diamond Set Suite of Jewellery, comprising pendant on chain, pair of earrings and a ring, each claw set with pear shape white opal and curved row of brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "750", in fitted box. £900-1000
201.    An 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Pendant, the brilliant cut stone four claw set, approximate diamond weight 0.76cts, on 18ct white gold chain. £900-950
202.    An 18ct Yellow and White Gold Single Stone Diamond Pendant, the brilliant cut stone rubover set, approximate diamond weight 0.82cts, on 18ct gold chain. £1250-1300
203.    Anton Michelson; A Swedish Necklace and Matching Earrings, the necklace composed of uniform stylised heart shape panel links, highlighted in blue enamel, to hook clasp, stamped "Sterling 925" "MIC", together with matching clip earrings,stamped "MIC" "Sweden". £100-150
204.    A Citrine and Seed Pearl Child's Necklace, to later clasp; A Single Strand Graduated Pearl Bead Necklace, the circular beads individually knotted to snap clasp, stamped "835". (2) £100-150
205.    Aksel Holmsen; A Norwegian Enamel Pendant, of triangular form with stylised antelope, highlighted in yellow enamel; together with a another enamel pendant, of pierced design (damages), on later chain. £30-50
206.    An Islamic Enamel Koran Charm Pendant, highlighted in blue and white enamel, with sliding base, 2.1cms high. £100-150
207.    A XIX Century Continental Necklace, composed of two snake link bracelets (attaching to form a necklace/detaching to form two bracelets), with snap clasps (one broken), suspending three oval locket pendants, each engraved with different initials. £600-700
207A.   A 1980's 18ct Gold Ruby and Diamond Set Necklace, of abstract design, claw set to the front with brilliant cut diamonds and marquise shape rubies, on textured chain to snap clasp, London 1982. £5000-5500
208.    A Fancy Link Necklace, of scrolling design, collet set with eight oval cabochons, two as scarab beetles, on chain to snap clasp. £30-50
209.    A Raw Amber Necklace, composed of graduated unpolished raw amber; together with two further amber bead necklaces, each of irregular design, early XX Century bead necklaces etc. £100-150
210.    A Modern Amethyst Single Stone Pendant, the pear shape stone three claw set on hinged opening bale, stamped "375". £40-50
211.    A Modern Diamond Set Cross Pendant, of rounded design, to large bale, stamped "750". £80-100
212.    A Modern Princess Cut Diamond Pendant, of two row design, each claw set with four princess cut stones, indistinctly stamped "18KT". £60-80
213.    A Modern Diamond Set Pendant, of inverted V shape, rubover set with brilliant cut stone, with larger example below, to hook bale with clasp fitting. £80-100
214.    A Late XIX/Early XX Century Necklace, composed of fancy link chain with longer chain attached, suspending heart shape locket style pendant, with pearl highlights. £100-150
215.    A Modern Ten Row Fresh Water Pearl Necklace, of uniform design, strung to diamond set fanned clasp. £150-200
216.    A Single Stone Citrine Pendant, oval collet set; together with a citrine single stone dress ring, six double claw set, stamped "18ct". £30-40
217.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Black Pearl and Diamond Pendant, the single pearl drop suspended from four stone diamond line set bale, on 18ct white gold chain. £150-200
218.    A Large Opal and Diamond Set Bar Brooch, claw set with nine graduated oval cabochon opals, with old cut diamond highlights, within scroll carved setting. £1500-2000
219.    A Novelty Diamond Set Brooch, modelled as a Dowitcher, set throughout with rose cut stones (one missing) £300-400
220.    An Opal and Diamond Set Bar Brooch, claw set to the centre with circular cabochon opal and old cut diamonds, on knife edge bar between scroll detail. £200-250
221.    An Art Deco Style Pearl and Diamond Set Bar Brooch, of geometric design, set with single cut diamonds, indistinctly stamped "Plat". £100-120
222.    An Emerald and Diamond Set Bar Brooch, of scrolling design offset with a rectangular emerald and graduated old cut diamonds. £200-250
223.    A Victorian Diamond Set Starburst Brooch, set throughout with graduated old and rose cut stones, with detachable brooch fitting. £300-400
224.    A Pearl Set Bar Brooch, the alternate circlet between bar shoulders, together with a miniature dirk brooch with citrine finial and a further brooch in the form of a horn and bell, stamped "750". (3) £80-100
225.    An Edwardian Pearl and Peridot Set Brooch, of circular openwork design, collet set, stamped "15". £80-100
226.    A Pearl Set Brooch, of flowerhead design (one pearl missing), applied to stock pin, together with a further example, of openwork design and another. (3) £50-70
227.    An Edwardian Ruby and Seed Pearl Circlet Brooch, of leaf design, stamped "15". £60-80
228.    A Pearl and Diamond Bar Brooch, set with five circular pearls, spaced by four collet set old cut diamonds, on knife edge bar. £80-100
229.    An Edwardian Emerald and Diamond Set Brooch, of ribbon tied wreath design, with central emerald suspended within, set throughout with single cut and diamond chips. £150-200
230.    A Victorian Sapphire and Diamond Brooch, of scroll crossover design,set throughout with graduated old cut diamonds (the setting is curved, possibly originally part of a bangle). £250-300
231.    A XIX Century Commemorative Brooch, composed of an anchor with applied circular plaque depicting head and shoulder portrait of Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson "Admiral Lord Nelson Born 9th Septr 1758", with applied ropetwist detail, inscribed "18ct" (pin broken), in an Edmond Johnson Limited Dublin fitted case. £400-500
232.    A Large Diamond Set Floral Spray Brooch, the central flowerhead with moving petals, between leaves, on knife edge stem, set throughout with old cut stones, 6.5cms long.
£1500-1700
233.    Murrle Bennett & Co; An Edwardian Openwork Brooch, with collet set highlights, stamped monogram mark, "375" "9ct". £70-100
234.    A Continental Diamond Set Brooch, (converted from a fob watch case) set with old cut stone, within ropetwist border. £40-60
235.    An Opal and Diamond Floral Spray Brooch, the flowerhead composed of five oval cabochon opals with diamond centre, on knife edge stem with old cut diamond highlights. £250-300
236.    An Opal and Diamond Brooch, claw set to the centre with an oval cabochon opal, within starburst style border of old cut diamonds, on knife edge bars. £400-450
237.    A Set of Five Diamond Set Graduated Starbursts, originally from a tiara, three with original detachable brooch fittings and pendant hook, two converted to a pair of earrings (pierced post and butterfly fitting), all set throughout with old cut diamonds, largest 3.5cms long. £3000-3500
237A.   A Large Victorian Diamond and Pearl Set Starburst Pendant, set throughout with graduated old cut diamonds, with detachable diamond set bale (lacking brooch fitting), 5cms long excluding bale. £10000-12000
238.    A Diamond and Pearl Set Insect Bar Brooch, with diamond chip eyes and diamond and pearl body, applied to plain bar, in a fitted case. £50-70
239.    A Modern Diamond Brooch, the single elongated flower of satin and polished finish, with diamond set stamen. £50-70
240.    A Diamond Set Leaf Spray Brooch, the green fern leaves applied collet set with three old cut diamonds, brooch fitting stamped "585". £50-70
241.    A Modern 9ct Gold Leaf Spray Brooch, claw set with circular garnets and pearl highlights. £40-50
242.    A Modern 9ct Gold Leaf Brooch, of textured finish. £60-80
244.    Hans Hansen for Georg Jensen; An Open Bangle, of tapering design, stamped "Georg Jensen" "925S Denmark". £100-150
245.    A Pair of Modern Bangles, of plain circular section, stamped "18k". (2) £180-200
246.    Three Modern Bangles, each of textured finish, stamped "750". £280-300
247.    A 9ct Gold Bangle, geometric engraved to the front, hinged to snap clasp. £150-180
248.    A Fancy Link Bracelet, of uniform design (damaged) to 9ct gold heart shape padlock clasp. £80-100
249.    A Large Curb Link Bracelet, stamped "9c", to two elongated curb links and heart shape padlock clasp, stamped "9ct Gold". £180-220
250.    A 9ct Gold Fancy Link Bracelet, to swivel clasp, suspending hardstone inset seal pendant; together with a panel bracelet, to snap clasp. (2) £80-100
251.    A Curb Link Bracelet, suspending four charm pendants, together with a banknote charm, a heart shape padlock clasp and a part chain and T-bar, stamped "15".
£80-100
252.    A Victorian Diamond and Pearl Set Bangle, the plain bangle detailed to the front with a heart, applied to the centre with floral spray (one pearl missing), with glazed hairwork locket verso, indistinctly inscribed with an 'L' beneath a crown and dated "Oct 3rd 1851" (rubbed), hinged to snap clasp. £200-250
253.    A Pearl Set Bangle, set to the front with two rows of graduated half pearls, hinged to snap clasp (clasp broken). £250-300
254.    A Modern Diamond Set Line Bracelet, of uniform design, square set throughout with forty six brilliant cut stones, to snap clasp, stamped "18k" "750". £700-800
255.    A Modern Diamond Set Bangle, of geometric design, rubover set with uniform brilliant cut stones with heart highlights, of concertina design (closing to form a ring). £100-150
256.    A Modern Multi Gem Set Bangle, of wide three row design, claw and millegrain set throughout, to plain hinged bangle, stamped "925". £40-60
257.    A Modern Diamond Set Two Tone Bracelet, composed of alternate links, to snap clasp, stamped"18k" "925". £100-120
258.    A Modern 18ct Gold Diamond Set Bangle, pavé set, hinged to snap clasp, in original fitted case with purchase receipt for £2,425 dated 6/11/2009. £300-400
259.    A Fancy Link Bracelet, suspending assorted 9ct gold novelty charm pendants, including pair of shears, clogs, lantern etc. £120-160
261.    An Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring, the central oval emerald claw set, within border of brilliant cut diamonds (one damaged), stamped "18ct".
£600-650
262.    An Emerald and Diamond Seven Stone Ring, channel rubover set alternately with three square cut diamonds and four square emeralds, stamped "18ct".
£300-350
263.    A Platinum Sapphire and Diamond Dress Ring, the central oval sapphire four double claw set, between graduated brilliant cut diamond set shoulders. £400-500
264.    A Five Stone Sapphire Ring, oval graduated set throughout, with diamond set highlights, within scroll carved setting, stamped "18ct". £80-120
265.    A 9ct Gold Garnet Cluster Ring, oval claw set throughout, with circular highlights, between bifurcated shoulders (shank cut). £40-60
266.    A Pearl and Diamond Ring, composed of three circular pearls, spaced by two old cut diamonds, claw set between scroll carved shoulders. £200-300
267.    A Five Row Emerald Dress Ring, composed of five emerald set bands hinged together, rubover and high claw set to the front with circular stones. £40-60
268.    A Ten Stone Diamond Ring, of boat shape, set throughout with old cut stones (shank cut). £300-400
269.    An 18ct Gold Emerald and Diamond Three Stone Ring, the central square emerald between two brilliant cut diamonds, within scroll carved setting. £700-900
270.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone (chipped), six claw set, between plain shoulders, inscribed ".43". £150-200
271.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Pear Shape Single Stone Diamond Ring, three claw set on plain band, approximate diamond weight 2.60cts; together with an 18ct white gold diamond set shaped band. (2)
(Phillip Stoner Insurance Valuation 4/10/2011 £22,000) £5000-6000
271A.   A Pear Shape Single Stone Diamond Ring, the 11mm stone claw set between two tapering baguette cut diamonds, indistinctly stamped. £5000-6000
272.    A XIX Century Gimmel Ring, composed of three swivelling bands, forming clasped hands over two hearts. £100-150
273.    A Victorian Amethyst and Diamond Ring, the oval cabochon amethyst star set to the centre with old cut diamonds, indistinctly stamped. £80-100
274.    An 18ct Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stones claw set. £400-500
275.    A Nine Stone Diamond Cluster Ring, claw set throughout, indistinctly stamped "Plat". £600-650
276.    A Diamond Eternity Band, millegrain set throughout with old cut stones. £400-500
277.    A Five Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated brilliant cut stones high claw set, stamped "18ct".
£500-600
278.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone four claw set, approximate diamond weight 1.72cts, stamped "750". £3200-3300
279.    An 18ct Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stones semi collet set, approximate total diamond weight 1.07cts. £1175-1200
280.    An 18ct White Gold Princess Cut Five Stone Ring, the uniform stones bar set, approximate total diamond weight 1.62cts. £1375-1400
281.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Seven Stone Diamond Flowerhead Cluster Ring, claw set throughout, approximate total diamond weight 2.55cts. £3000-3250
282.    A Sapphire and Diamond Five Stone Ring, claw set throughout with three graduated sapphires and two old cut diamonds, stamped "18ctPT". £500-600
283.    A Two Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stones claw set, between crossover shoulders, indistinctly stamped "18ct" "Plat". £50-70
284.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Ruby and Diamond Ring, the oval ruby four claw set between four brilliant cut diamonds. £100-150
285.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Paraiba Tourmaline Single Stone Ring, oval four claw set, together with certificate of authenticity. £60-80
286.    A Modern 9ct White Gold Seven Stone Diamond Ring, the uniform stones channel set, complete with certificate of authenticity. £80-100
287.    A Modern 9ct White Gold Black and White Diamond Set Dress Ring, of zig-zag design, complete with certificate of authenticity. £50-70
288.    A Modern 9ct White Gold Green Tourmaline and Diamond Set Dress Ring, rectangular four claw set, complete with certificate of authenticity; A Modern 9ct White Gold Fire Opal and White Topaz Set Dress Ring, complete with certificate of authenticity. (2) £60-80
289.    A Modern 9ct White Gold Rubellite and Diamond Set Dress Ring, oval four claw set, complete with certificate of authenticity; A Modern 9ct Gold Orange Sapphire and Diamond Set Ring, complete with certificate of authenticity. (2) £50-70
290.    A Modern 9ct White Gold Single Stone Sapphire Dress Ring, complete with certificate of authenticity; A Modern 9ct White Gold Garnet Set Ring, complete with certificate of authenticity; and a further ring stamped "925". (3) £40-60
291.    A Modern 9ct White Gold Single Stone Emerald Ring, complete with certificate of authenticity; A Modern 9ct White Gold Blue Topaz and Diamond Set Dress Ring, of flowerhead design, complete with certificate of authenticity. (2) £30-50
292.    An Emerald and Diamond Three Stone Ring, the central rectangular emerald four claw set, high between two baguette cut diamonds, stamped "PT950". £200-250
293.    Cartier; A Modern 'Double C' Gent's Wedding Band, stamped "750" "2000 Cartier" "L 06024", (width 6mm) in original box. £500-600
294.    A Modern Beaverbrooks Platinum Princess Cut Diamond Set Band, channel set to the front with ten princess cut diamonds, approximate total diamond weight 0.50cts.
(Beaverbrooks Purchase Receipt 23/10/2010 £2,500) £250-300
295.    A Modern 18ct Gold Art Deco Style Five Stone Diamond Ring, collet rub over set with central emerald cut stone, between four graduated princess cut diamonds, approximate total diamond weight 1.25cts.
(Goldsmiths Insurance Valuation 27/3/14 £5,965). £2500-2800
296.    An Eleven Stone Diamond Half Eternity Band, millegrain set throughout with uniform brilliant cut stones, stamped "Platinum". £300-400
297.    A 22ct Gold Patterned Wedding Band. £80-100
298.    A Diamond Set Serpent Ring, of coiled design with diamond chip set eyes, indistinctly stamped. £70-100
299.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £40-50
300.    An 18ct Gold Band, of twisted design, detailed with flowerheads. £80-100
301.    A Two Stone Dress Ring, of crossover design, claw set throughout. £30-50
302.    An 18ct Gold Diamond Set Ring, of circular design between scroll carved shoulders. £100-150
303.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, illusion set, together with a three stone ring and another. (3) £100-150
304.    A Victorian Five Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated stones within scroll carved setting, stamped "18". £200-250
305.    An 18ct Gold Five Stone Diamond Ring, of boat shape, graduated set with old cut stones, together with a smaller example, stamped"18ct". (2) £100-150
306.    A Child's Signet Ring, stamped "375", together with another and three further examples. (5) £100-150
307.    A Large Victorian Diamond Set Ring, of double heart design, below tied ribbon surmount, each heart set to the centre with an old cut oval/pear shape stone (approximately 8x6mm), within border of old cut diamonds. £1800-2200
308.    An 18ct White Gold Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, oval claw set to the centre, within border of brilliant cut diamonds. £500-550
309.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone collet rubover set, on textured band. £150-200
310.    A Diamond Set Five Stone Ring, set with two old cut diamonds, claw set throughout, stamped "18ct". £150-180
311.    A Pearl and Diamond Set Ring, claw set with five graduated pearls, with diamond chip highlights, stamped "18ct". £100-120
312.    A XIX Century Diamond and Enamel Cluster Ring, of marquise shape, set throughout with graduated single cut and diamond chips, highlighted with black enamel, between detailed shoulders (damages/two stones missing). £150-200
313.    A XIX Century Mourning Ring, of belt buckle design, inscribed "In Memory of Dear Charlie". £60-70
314.    A XIX Century Five Stone Diamond Ring, circular collet rubover set throughout with old cut stones, within pierced setting. £1500-1800
315.    A Diamond and Pearl Set Ring, of crossover design, circular collet set with an old cut diamond and single pearl, between diamond chip set shoulders, indistinctly stamped. £300-400
316.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Ring, rectangular set, between reeded shoulders, Chester 1902. £60-80
317.    A Modern Two Stone Diamond Ring, the uniform brilliant cut stones square set, between diamond set shoulders, inscribed "750" "364721". £1000-1300
318.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stone eight claw set between stone set shoulders, indistinctly stamped. £400-500
319.    RETURNED TO VENDOR*
An 18ct Gold Diamond Cluster Ring, the circular cluster claw set throughout, between bifurcated shoulders. £200-250
320.    A Modern 9ct Gold Amethyst Single Stone Dress Ring, three claw set within illusion border, between trifurcated shoulders. £40-50
321.    A Large Opal (Triplet) and Pearl Dress Ring, the elongated oval cabochon opal (24x9mm, damages) collet set between pearl set flowerhead and leaf shoulders, stamped "18ct". £500-600
322.    A Gent's 18ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone eight claw set. £500-600
323.    A 9ct Gold Patterned Wedding Band, applied with four claw set old cut diamonds. £80-100
324.    A Pearl and Coral Set Ring, of graduated design with diamond chip highlights, between carved shoulders; A Filigree Ring, of flowerhead design, cabochon set to the centre. (2) £60-80
325.    A Modern Diamond Set Ring, of abstract fold over design, rubover set with a brilliant cut diamond, between polished and textured shoulders; together with two 9ct gold bands, one of three colour twist design. (3) £80-100
326.    A Five Stone Diamond Ring, of boat shape, set with graduated single cut stones, stamped "18ct"; A Diamond Set Ring, of T-bar and V design, set with single cut stones, stamped "750". (2) £150-180
327.    A Modern Diamond Set Heart Shape Ring, set throughout with single cut stones, stamped "750"; A Modern Diamond Set Heart Shape Ring, on curved band, stamped "750". (2) £100-150
328.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone set on curved rectangular panel, on plain band, stamped "Starlight". £100-150
329.    A Ruby and Diamond Set Dress Ring, of geometric textured openwork design, claw set to the centre with single cut diamonds and circular rubies, stamped "585"; A Rectangular Cluster Dress Ring, four claw set to the centre, within single row border. (2) £80-100
330.    A Modern Three Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stones square set between wide crossover shoulders, stamped "0.24" "585". £150-200
331.    A Black Onyx Dress Ring, square rubover set to the centre, between four circular collet set stones. £40-60
332.    A Modern 9ct Gold Onyx and Ruby Dress Ring, composed of two uniform rows of claw set rubies, diagonally over curved rectangular black onyx panel, stamped "QVC". £50-70
333.    A Modern Diamond Set Dress Ring, of plain curved design, pavé set throughout to each side with brilliant cut diamonds. £100-150
334.    A Continental Mabé Pearl Dress Ring, reeded collet set, on plain band, indistinctly stamped. £50-70
335.    A Modern Three Stone Princess Cut Diamond Ring, graduated claw set, stamped "14k/Plat" (shank cut). £80-120
336.    A Diamond Set Marquise Shape Dress Ring, illusion set, stamped "750"; A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone high four claw set, stamped "14k", together with a further single sone ring, of reeded design. (3) £60-80
337.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stone claw set between diamond set shoulders, stamped. £80-100
338.    An 18ct Gold Ruby and Diamond Seven Stone Ring, set with three graduated circular rubies, spaced by four old cut diamonds, between scroll shoulders. £70-90
339.    A Modern 18ct Gold Thirteen Stone Diamond Ring, of half eternity style, claw set throughout with graduated stones.
£600-700
340.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated brilliant cut stones collet rubover set, stamped "18ct".
£600-700
341.    A Modern Princes Cut Three Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated stones claw set high between channel set shoulders, stamped "14k". £400-500
342.    A Tiara, of openwork leaf scroll design with claw set citrine highlights (slight damage). £2000-2500
343.    A Pair of 18ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, each oval panel allover engraved, on chain connections, in fitted case together with matching dress studs, together with a magnifying glass and novelty charm pendant, in the form of a tambourine. £150-200
344.    A 9ct Gold Ingot Pendant, JC, Sheffield 1976, 4cms long. £250-300
345.    A Curb Link Part Watch Chain, stamped "9kt", suspending 9ct gold T-bar (damages). £60-70
346.    A Cigarette Case, of plain rounded rectangular form, stamped "375", 8.5cms long. £600-700
347.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Cufflinks, each shaped panel set to the centre with a brilliant cut stone, between screw head detail, on swivel bar back. £875-900
348.    A Miniature Two Blade Folding Knife, the plain scales stamped "9ct", overall length when open 6.5cms. £30-50
351.    George V Half Sovereign, 1914. £70-90
352.    George V Half Sovereign, 1914. £70-90
353.    Victoria Sovereign, 1895. £150-180
354.    Elizabeth II Quarter Sovereign, 2012, complete with certificate of provenance. £50-70
355.    Elizabeth II Limited Edition 25 Dollars, 2013 "In Celebration of the Birth of HRH Prince George 22.07.13", in fitted Perth Mint Australia case, complete with certificate of provenance. £150-200
356.    Edward VII Sovereign, 1903. £150-200
357.    Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1963. £150-200
360.    Rolex; A 1950's Gent's Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton marks and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain 35mm case, on later expanding bracelet. £200-300
361.    Omega; A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton markers, to integral bracelet. £200-250
362.    Longines; A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton markers, to integral 9ct gold bracelet, together with purchase receipt from A.G. Burrell & Co Ltd Sheffield for £157.51, dated 23rd December 1974. £200-250
363.    Longines; A Lady's Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton markers, case stamped "18K 750", on original leather strap. £100-150
364.    Longines; A Gent's Stainless Steel Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton markers and seconds hand, on later bracelet, together with booklet dated 4th December '67. £150-180
365.    Omega; A 1960's Speedmaster Gent's Wristwatch, the signed black dial with three subsidiary dials (two lacking hands), with base 500 bezel, within 39mm case, inside case stamped "2998-4", to original flat link bracelet, clasp stamped "1" over "61". £300-500
366.    Rolex; A 1980's Automatic Submariner Gent's Wristwatch, 8291311, ref. 5513, the signed black matt Mark II maxi dial marked "SUBMARINER" over "600ft=200m", "Swiss - T < 25", to integral bracelet (93150).
£3500-3800
367.    Maurice LaCroix; A Stainless Steel Lady's Wristwatch, ref:79861, in original box; Ingersoll; A Lady's Wristwatch, the signed mother of pearl dial with inset markers, within stone set bezel.(2) £100-150
368.    Cartier; A Lady's 18ct Gold Diamond Set Mini Tank Americaine Wristwatch, the signed rectangular dial with black Roman numerals within diamond set case, numbered "828003" "1668", to integral 18ct gold bracelet, with snap clasp, in fitted box with certificate dated 25 December 1993. £2500-2800
369.    Cartier; An 18ct Gold Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals, seconds hand and date aperture, within plain case, numbered "106000 M" "002152", to integral 18ct gold bracelet with concealed clasp, in fitted box with certificate dated 3rd December 1992. £3000-3500
370.    Avia; A 1960's Gent's Chronograph Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers and two subsidiary dials, within plain case, stamped "9k 0.375", on later strap. £300-400
371.    Cartier; A Divan Wristwatch, the signed rectangular dial with black Roman numerals, the 38mm case with inset crown, stamped "Cartier" "750" "990268 CD 2602", on original black leather strap with buckle, stamped "Cartier" "750". £1200-1500
372.    International Watch Co Schaffhausen; A Gent's Automatic Wristwatch, the signed textured dial with baton markers, to integral textured tapering bracelet, with snap clasp, stamped "750". £2500-3000
373.    Tissot; A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers, to integral 9ct gold bracelet, of uniform design. £100-120
374.    Rolex; A 15ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the unsigned white dial with black and red Arabic numerals, movement stamped "Rolex 15 Jewels", within plain case bearing import marks for London 1913, on twisted leather strap. £150-200
375.    Omega; A Lady's Diamond Set Elliptical Back Wind Cocktail Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton markers, within elliptical case, stamped "750" with back wind function, to later 9ct white gold two row bracelet. £500-600
376.    DeLaneau; A Diamond Set Lady's Cocktail Wristwatch, the signed oval lapis lazuli dial, within two row border of brilliant cut diamonds, case stamped "750", to integral bracelet, of shaped design, to snap clasp, stamped "750". £1200-1500
377.    Omega; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed brushed dial with baton markers and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, on later strap with Omega buckle, in original box, complete with International Guarantee dated 13-7-63. £150-200
378.    Cartier; A Lady's Tank Wristwatch, the signed rectangular dial with black Roman numerals, the case with inset crown, stamped "Tank Quartz" "18k" "810524074", on later strap. £400-450
379.    Longines; An 18ct Gold Lady's Wristwatch, the signed circular shell dial with Roman numerals and dot markers, within diamond set bezel, to integral bracelet, in original fitted box with booklet and purchase receipt for £2,660 dated 22/12/2007. £500-700
380.    Accurist; A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the signed square dial with Arabic numerals, within plain case, to later 9ct gold bracelet, in original fitted case with original expanding bracelet. £100-150
383.    A XIX Century Hallmarked Silver Pair Case Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, the movement with intricately scroll carved balance cock, within plain case, initialled, within plain pair case, William Linsley, London 1807. £150-200
384.    W.E. Watts Ltd "Empire Lever" Nottingham; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, movement numbered 55269, within plain case, W.E. Birmingham 1908. £70-100
385.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Pickford & Wright 177 &178 Upper Str Islington, within once engine turned case (worn), London 1868. £60-80
386.    H. Samuel Manchester; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement numbered 56004, within engine turned case, inscribed to the inside "Presented to John H Bradbury by Members of John Hartley Sick Society for 17 Years Past Services June 17th 1924", WHS, London 1919. £80-100
387.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Waltham Mass, numbered 1,651580, within engine turned case, Birmingham 1883. £60-80
388.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Barrell Woolwich, within plain case, London 1851. £50-70
389.    A Gold Plated Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case. £40-60
390.    A.W.W.Co Waltham Mass; A Gold Plated Cased Half Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the signed movement numbered 6983647, within plain case. £30-50
391.    A Gold Plated Cased Half Hunter Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed American Waltham USA Traveler and numbered 17695751, within plain case. £30-50
392.    G. Aaronson Manchester; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed 'Improved Patent' dial with with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the 'Warranted English Lever' movement numbered 44623, within engine turned case, Birmingham 1910. £40-60
393.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, Birmingham 1894. £30-50
394.    D. Kiteley Leighton Buzzard; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the signed movement numbered 131390, within once engine turned case (worn). £30-40
395.    A Continental Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement cover inscribed "Made in Switzerland Specially for John Myers & Co 135 & 131 Westminster Bridge Road London", stamped "0.935", within engine turned case. £25-30
396.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed J Harris & Sons London & Manchester and numbered 33105, within once engine turned case (worn), Chester 1893. £30-50
397.    A Continental Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within engine turned case. £25-30
398.    Birch & Gaydon Fenchurch Street London; An 18ct Gold Lady's Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed circular dial with black Roman numerals, the movement signed "Birch & Gaydon 17 Fenchurch Street London" and numbered "1865", within plain case, London 1882. £450-500
399.    A Gold Plated Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, movement signed American Waltham USA Traveler, within plain case. £30-50
400.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the gilt highlighted engine turned dial with italic Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, movement signed R Hill Penrith and numbered 32024, within once engine turned case (worn). £60-80
401.    Waltham; A Gold Plated Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, movement signed American Waltham Watch Co and numbered "15213130" "15 Jewels", within plain case. £80-100
402.    Tavanne's Watch; An Openface Pocketwatch, the signed white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case with screw bezel. £500-600
403.    Omega; A 9ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed white dial with black Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, initialled, in original case with guarantee dated 24th December 1971. £300-350
405.    A Diamond and Pearl Set Enamel Cased Lady's Fob Watch, the circular white dial with blue Arabic numerals, within green enamelled case, with pearl borders and central rose cut diamond, suspended from a ribbon tied bow brooch, highlighted in green enamel (damages), indistinctly stamped "18K". £300-400
406.    A Lady's Fob Watch, the foliate engraved dial with Arabic numerals, within plain case, movement cover damaged/applied to inside case), together with another example, the white dial with black Roman numerals, within plain case. (2) £80-120
407.    A Continental Fob Watch, the gilt highlighted dial with black Roman numerals, within engraved case, together with a smaller example, the white dial with black and red Roman numerals. (2) £20-30
408.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Lady's Fob Watch, the gilt highlighted silvered dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within foliate engraved case, Chester 1882. £25-30
409.    A XIX Century Lady's Fob Watch, the engraved dial with black Roman numerals, within geometric engraved case, stamped "18k". £70-100
410.    An 18ct Gold and Enamel Cased Lady's Fob Watch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, the movement cover inscribed "R.H. Halford & Sons 41 Pall Mall London S.W.", the engine turned case highlighted in blue enamel with circlet of flowers and central insect (damages), suspended from an enamel bar brooch, in blue enamel (damages) with collet set pearl. £300-400
411.    A XIX Century Continental Lady's Fob Watch, the leaf scroll engraved dial with black Roman numerals, within scroll engraved case, stamped "18K"; together with a 9ct gold chain, to double bolt ring. £250-300