Gold Coins, Silver, Jewellery & Watches Auction on
Thursday 22nd January 2015 at 10.00am

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1.      Edward VII Half Sovereign, 1904, converted to a bar brooch (lacking pin). £60-80
2.      Russia 10 Roubles, 1902. £150-200
3.      Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1963. £150-180
4.      George V Sovereign, 1929. £150-180
5.      George V Half Sovereign, 1912. £70-90
6.      George V Half Sovereign, 1913. £70-90
7.      South Africa 1 Pond, 1896, with applied pendant loop. £150-200
8.      South Africa Gold 1/2 Pond, 1896. £80-100
9.      Switzerland 20 Francs, Helvetia 1912. £130-160
10.     George IV Half Sovereign, 1828. £200-250
11.     Switzerland 20 Francs, Helvetia 1922. £130-160
12.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
13.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
14.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
15.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
16.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
17.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
18.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
19.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
20.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
21.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
22.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
23.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
24.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
25.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
26.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
27.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
28.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
29.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
30.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
31.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
32.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
33.     South Africa Krugerrand, 1974, n/unc / unc. £600-700
34.     Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1964, loose set within 9ct gold ring mount. £150-200
35.     An Edward VII Half Sovereign, 1906, loose set within 9ct gold ring mount. £150-200
36.     Victoria Sovereign, 1889, loose set within scroll pendant mount, stamped "9ct", on belcher link chain. £150-200
37.     Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1974, loose set within 9ct gold pendant mount. £150-200
38.     Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1978, loose set within 9ct gold pendant mount. £150-200
39.     Victoria Sovereign, 1891, loose set within 9ct gold pendant mount. £150-200
40.     Victoria Sovereign, 1874, loose set within pendant mount. £150-200
41.     Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1974, loose set within 9ct gold pendant mount. £150-200
42.     Victoria Sovereign, 1842, young head, shield back, loose set within 9ct gold pendant mount. £200-250
43.     Edward VII Half Sovereign, 1909, loose set within scroll pendant mount, stamped "375". £70-90
44.     Victoria Half Sovereign, 1887, shield back, loose set within 9ct gold pendant mount. £70-90
45.     Victoria Half Sovereign, 1887, shield back, loose set within 9ct gold pendant mount. £70-90
46.     Victoria Half Sovereign, 1898, loose set within pendant mount stamped "9ct". £70-90
47.     A Victoria Half Sovereign, 1898, loose set within 9ct gold pendant mount. £70-90
48.     Edward VII Half Sovereign, 1906, loose set within pendant mount. £70-90
49.     South Africa 1/10 Krugerrand, 1980, within 9ct gold pendant mount (soldered?). £50-70
50.     Prussia 1 Thaler, 1861 commemorating the Coronation of Wilhelm and Augusta, loose set within coin pendant mount, stamped "830"; Germany 3 Mark, 1913, commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of Leipzig, loose set within coin pendant mount, stamped "830". £30-50
52.     A James Dixon & Sons Electroplated Desk Stand, engraved "Yorkshire Hound Show Sheffield 1874", with central removable cut glass ink bottle, on pedestal between two hounds and twin pen wells and fox and deer masks in relief, base 29cms wide. £60-80
53.     A Plated Mounted Wooden Gallery Tray, of oval form with inset oval plaque and twin handles, raised on four bun feet, 52cms wide. £60-80
54.     A Modern Plated Four Branch Candelabrum, the four reeded scroll arms supporting sconces with removable nozzles and central sconce, on plain tapering stem with gadrooned detail, on circular base, approximately 37cms high.
£30-50
55.     A Pair of Walker & Hall Plated Candlesticks, each Corinthian column supporting sconce with beaded nozzle, on stepped square base, 29.5cms high. £30-50
56.     A Pair of Decorative XIX Century Plated Fish Servers, each with leaf scroll detail in (damaged) fitted case. £30-40
57.     An Austrian Ladle, with circular bowl and shaped handle, initialled; Together with Another Austrian Ladle, stamped "F Kreuzig(?)", initialled. (2) £100-150
58.     A Pair of XIX Century Plated Candlesticks, each of circular form with acanthus leaf decoration, on circular base, 26cms high. £60-80
59.     A XIX Century Hukin & Heath Four Piece Cruet Set, comprising lidded mustard, pair of salts (one lacking glass liner) and a pepperette, each profusely decorated in relief with wild animals, flowerheads and leaf scrolls, in fitted case (damaged), with an associated spoon. £40-50
60.     A Decorative Continental Swing Handled Basket, with clear glass liner, raised on three feet; A Circular Dish, with pierced reeded border, initialled, stamped "Sterling"; A Shallow Dish, initialled, stamped "Sterling". (3) £30-40
61.     A Pair of XIX Century Plated Candlesticks, each tapering stem on spreading shaped circular base, the sconce with detachable nozzle and cap, 27.5cms high. £30-40
62.     A Pair of Plated Corinthian Column Candlesticks, each fluted column on square base, 27.5cms high. £60-80
63.     Two Sets of Six Finnish Coffee Spoons, stamped "LAOY" "813H Rii Y6", with openwork scrolling handles, in two fitted O. Manninen boxes. £30-40
64.     Four Eastern Bowls, each of circular form, engraved and relief decorated. £20-40
65.     A Duchess of Sutherland Cripples Guild of Handicrafts (D.S.C.G.) Plated Bowl, of circular form with hammered finish, detailed in relief with fruiting vines, in fitted case. £80-100
66.     A Pair of Modern Plated Twin Branch Candelabra, each with two reeded scroll branches, supporting three sconces, on plain tapering stem and circular base, 36cms high. £60-80
67.     Elkington & Co; A XIX Century Plated Twin Branch Candelabrum, the two straight branches supporting scones with removable nozzles and high central sconce, on Corinthian column stem, with rams head highlights and acanthus leaf border, stamped "Elkington & Co", bearing date code letter N, 52.5cms high; Together with Pair of Matching Candlesticks, stamped "Elkington & Co", bearing date code letter G, 31cms high. (3) £150-200
68.     A Modern Plated Four Branch Candelabrum, the four reeded scroll arms supporting sconces with removable nozzles and central sconce, on plain tapering stem and circular base, approximately 47cms high. £80-100
69.     A Continental Dish, stamped "800", of shaped oval form with bunches of grapes in relief, raised on four flowerhead and leaf capped pad feet, 36.5cms wide. £150-200
70.     A Filigree Basket, of octagonal form, with shaped border and twisted swing handle, raised on openwork feet, 20.2cms wide. £40-60
71.     A Continental Tea Caddy, stamped with pseudo Dutch guild marks, of rectangular form profusely detailed in relief with winged masks, birds and leaf scrolls, crested and monogrammed, with circular pull-off cover. 14cms high. £40-60
72.     A XIX Century Horn Snuff Mull, the hinged cover with inset highlight (damages); Two Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, and a hallmarked silver letter opener in the form of a meat skewer £40-60
73.     A Miniature Model of H.M.S. Victory, indistinctly stamped "925", on plinth base; together with two further model ships "Royal Prince" and "HMS Endeavour". (3) £30-50
74.     A Plated Twin Handled Gallery Tray, of plain rounded rectangular form between acanthus leaf, gadrooned and shell loop handles, raised on four leaf scroll feet, overall width 58cms. £40-60
75.     A Roberts & Belk Plated Mounted Glass Dish, the iridescent circular glass bowl on three arm support, on circular spreading base, dish 24cms diameter, stand stamped "Menoah Rhodes & Sons Ld Bradford". £30-50
76.     A Plated Three Bottle Decanter Stand, of trefoil design, with high central loop handle, firtted with three cut glass stoppered decanters (damaged). £30-50
79.     A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoon, Isaac Callard, London 1768 (marks rubbed), crested, together with a pair of fiddle pattern sugar tongs, double struck anchor mark. (2) £80-100
80.     A Hallmarked Silver Gilt Novelty Lady's Compact, Steinhart & Co, bearing import marks for Birmingham 1909, of rectangular form, detailed to the front with an owl, the interior with fitted mirror and two hinged compartments, on chain suspension, compact 7.2cms. £150-200
81.     A Victorian Hallmarked Silver Shell Bowl Spoon, George Unite, Birmingham 1858, with fruiting vine handle; together with two American souvenir spoons, each stamped "Sterling", a hallmarked silver caddy spoon and assorted plated spoons etc. £25-40
82.     A Hallmarked Silver and Enamel Mounted Glass Dressing Table Jar, H&A, Birmingham 1926, highlighted in blue; A Hallmarked Silver and Enamel Five Piece Dressing Table Set, Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1929, comprising hand mirror and two pairs of brushes, highlighted in blue enamel (damages). £40-60
83.     A Hallmarked Silver and Tortoiseshell Trinket Pot, (makers mark indistinct) Birmingham 1909, of circular form, with garland swag and hanging basket detail, raised on three pad feet; A Miniature Hallmarked Silver Mounted Photograph Frame, (makers mark indistinct) Birmingham 1904, of circular textured form, on easel back, 6.3cms wide. £30-50
84.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, JN&S, Sheffield 1902, each with openwork figural handle; Two Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoons, Jonathan Perkins & Jonathan Perkins, London 1797, possibly Stephen Adams, London 1803, total weight 215grams. £40-60
85.     Austrian Cutlery, comprising three knives (rust), forks and matching spoons (9), stamped with the toucan mark and "800"; together with a set of three Austrian teaspoons, stamped with the toucan mark and "800", and a hallmarked silver Silver Jubilee 1977 commemorative spoon, in fitted case. (13) £80-100
86.     A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Chocolate Set, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1913, comprising chocolate pot, jug and sugar bowl, each of plain tapering cylindrical form, the pot with wicker bound hand and flat hinged lid, on a hallmarked silver tray, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1911, of shaped rectangular form, total weight 1030grams. £200-250
87.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Candlesticks, marks rubbed, each tapering stem supporting semi reeded sconce with removable nozzle, on spreading oval base, inscribed "1898 J.W.D.H. - M.B.H. 1923", 22cms high. £80-100
88.     A Hallmarked Silver Jug and Sugar Bowl, William Neale & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1925, each of plain circular form with gadrooned border, on rim base, total weight 200grams. £50-70
89.     A Hallmarked Silver Mug, William Neale & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1926, of plain circular form with scroll handle, inscribed to the underside "Mary E Marks 22/10/29", 113grams. £25-40
90.     A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Gilt and Enamel Coffee Spoons, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1924, 1925, in fitted case. £80-100
91.     A Pair of Victorian Hallmarked Silver Serving Spoons, Martin Hall & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1869, each shaped bowl with wrigglework type decoration, the handles double struck, bearing registration lozenge. £40-60
92.     A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, EV, Sheffield 1959, of rectangular form, engine turned, applied to the lid with shield shape badge "MG Car Club", inscribed "To Stuart from North East Centre with Grateful Thanks for Sterling Service". 16.5cms wide; A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, T&S, Birmingham 1920, engine turned. (2) £40-60
93.     A Hallmarked Silver and Enamel Lady's Compact, GS, bearing import marks for London 1928, of circular form, the lid detailed with a row of cottages next to a bridge over a river, the side highlighted in yellow enamel (damages). £80-120
94.     A Tall Hallmarked Silver Vase, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1903, with openwork flared rim and conforming base, 30.5cms high, 460 grams. £100-150
95.     A George IV Hallmarked Silver Stilton Scoop, (no makers mark) Sheffield 1826, with sliding function and reeded handle. £80-100
96.     A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, A Wilcox, Birmingham 1940, allover engine turned; A Shagreen Cigarette Case, with internal metal strap. (2) £80-100
97.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, Cooper Bros, Sheffield 1937 "Coronation 1937 Monarchs of The Century 1837-1937", in fitted case.
£50-60
98.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, H. Phillips, London 1935, complete with matching tongs, in fitted case; A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, Barker Ellis Co Ltd, Birmingham 1962, in fitted case. £50-60
99.     A Hallmarked Silver Mug, (makers mark rubbed) Birmingham 1963, of plain form with long loop handle, initialled, 135grams; A Hallmarked Silver Jug and Sugar Bowl, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1900, each with wavy rim. £50-60
100.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigar Cutter, engine turned; A Two Compartment Box, 4cms wide; Hallmarked Silver Mounted Cheroot Holder, two cigarette cases and a wooden snuff box. £40-50
101.    A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Lidded Trophy Cup, Johnson, Walker & Tolhurst, London 1913, "Royal Horticultural Society" "Bristol Show 1913, on pedestal base, 625grams. £120-160
102.    A Hallmarked Silver Presentation Goblet, W.N, Birmingham 1908, inscribed "Notts Horticultural & Botanical Society Presented By Lord Henry Bentinck for Group of Plants Awarded to W. A. Holmes 1909", with knopped stem, on black socle base, weight of silver 510grams, overall height 36.5cms. £100-150
103.    A Hallmarked Silver Arts & Crafts Style Bowl, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co, London 1906, the planished circular bowl supported by three openwork stems, on planished circular base, stamped "Rd 429216", 17.7cms high, 759grams. £150-200
104.    A George II Hallmarked Silver Mug, Thomas Tearle, London 1738, of baluster form with scroll capped scroll handle, later floral decorated, 12.7cms high, 392 grams, in a John Browne 116 Jermyn St St James' fitted case. £200-300
105.    A George II Hallmarked Silver Pepperette, George Jones, London 1740, of baluster form with pierced domed cover, on pedestal base, later floral decorated. £60-80
106.    A Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Dish, John & William Deakin, Sheffield 1913, of plain oval form with shaped swing handle, on oval pedestal base, 515grams. £100-150
107.    A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1913, with ribbon and reed border and leaf capped flying scroll handle, raised on three hoof feet. £25-40
108.    A Hallmarked Silver Vase, with flared rim, on weighted base; A Hallmarked Silver Salt, with blue glass liner, on pedestal base, together with a hallmarked silver salt spoon and another spoon. (4) £25-40
109.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver and Enamel Teaspoons, Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1935, each circular bowl highlighted in black and white enamel, with coffee bean knop finials, in fitted case. £100-120
110.    A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Tray, London 1923, of shaped oval form, inscribed "Presented to Mr Philip Lewin Newman M.A. F.J.A. by his colleagues in every good wish on his retirement from the position of Actuary of The Yorkshire Insurance Company Ltd May 1924", overall diameter 64.5cms. 3200grams £600-700
111.    A Hallmarked Silver Capstan Inkwell, Birmingham 1911, of plain circular form with hinged lid and clear glass liner. £20-30
112.    A Victorian Hallmarked Silver Mug, Messrs Hutton, London 1894, of semi reeded form, monogrammed, 100grams. £20-30
113.    David Andersen; A Set of Six Norwegian Coffee Spoons, stamped "925", each silver gilt and highlighted in blue and white enamel, in fitted Theodor Olsens Eft Case. £30-50
114.    A Matched Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Old English Feather Edge Pattern Table Spoons, some marks rubbed, each gilt and leaf scroll engraved, crested, contained in three fitted cases. £60-80
115.    A Scottish Hallmarked Silver Christening Fork and Spoon, Weir, Glasgow 1895, in fitted James Weir Glasgow case, together with a hallmarked silver christening mug, HA, Sheffield 1890. £40-50
116.    A Victorian Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Sugar Bowl, William Gibson & John Langman, Sheffield 1886, of oval semi reeded form with twin angular loop handles, 207grams. £40-50
117.    A Provincial Part Hallmarked Silver Drum Mustard, James Barber & William North, York 1839, of plain cylindrical form, with gadrooned border, leaf scroll handle and blue glass liner, crested. £150-200
118.    A George II Hallmarked Silver Shaker, London 1753, of baluster form with pierced pull-off cover; together with a smaller octagonal example, Sheffield 1880 (damages). (2) £80-100
119.    A Pair of Georgian Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Sauce Ladles, makers marks rubbed, London 1794, crested "Labor Omnia Superat", together with another similar, crested. (3) £30-50
120.    A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Cup, Thomas Wallis I, London 1777, of plain cylinder form with reeded band, inscribed "York Swimming Bath Fete 1844", 393grams. £80-120
121.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, C&C, Chester 1928, engine turned, with applied initials, together with an electroplated example. (2) £20-30
122.    A Matched Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Teaset, Pearce & Sons, London 1896, 1900, comprising teapot, coffee pot, jug and twin handled sugar bowl, each profusely detailed with leaf scrolls, within gadrooned borders, crested "In Tenebris Lucidio", total weight 1750grams. (4) £400-450
123.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Miniature New Testament and Common Prayer, together with assorted dressing table jars and buttons. £40-50
124.    Asprey; A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, Chester 1918, of rectangular form, allover engine turned, 11.5cms wide. £60-80
125.    A Hallmarked Silver Salver, WS, London 1838, of shaped circular form, within shell scroll border, inscribed "Presented to W. L. Newman Esq as a token of esteem and regard by the clerks of The Yorkshire Fire & Life Insurance Cpmany 21st Jany 1845", 587grams. £100-150
126.    A Hallmarked Silver Elephant Pin Cushion, (marks rubbed), approximately 4.5cms high (lacking cushion/tail damaged). £50-70
127.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Ashtrays, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1927, each inscribed "23" and bearing the 1924 British Empire Exhibition lion, together with a hallmarked silver cigarette case, initialled. £25-30
128.    A Matched Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Cruet Set, Birmingham 1924, together with spoons and a pepperette. £25-30
129.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, HS, London 1835, Elizabeth Eaton, London 1852, initialled, together with a matched set of Old English pattern teaspoons, initialled. £30-50
130.    A Set of Eight Hallmarked Silver Old English Thread Pattern Table Forks, Robert Rutland, London 1813, crested, together with three smaller matching forks, total weight 770grams. £100-150
131.    A Set of Six Victorian Hallmarked Silver Spoons, Messrs Lias, London 1853, the double struck handles crested; A Set of Six Victorian Hallmarked Silver Spoons, William Eaton, London 1843, the double struck handles crested, total weight 465grams. £80-100
132.    A Provincial Part Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoon, James Barber, George Cattle II & William North, York 1825, crested, ltogether with three further hallmarked silver table spoons, including John Bridge and Peter & Ann Bateman, total weight 255grams. £60-80
133.    A Set of Nine Provincial Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, James & Josiah Williams, Exeter 1859, the handles double struck, crested, total weight 293grams. £60-80
134.    A Drew & Sons Piccadilly Circus London Goliath Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, housed within a hallmarked silver case with battery for light facility (lacking bulb), London 1901, overall height 15cms. £80-100
135.    A Provincial Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Basting Spoon, James Barber, George Cattle & William North, York 1830, initialled, together with two hallmarked silver Old English pattern sifter spoons, total weight 181grams. £100-150
136.    A Collection of Assorted Hallmarked Silver and Other Spoons, including James Barber, George Cattle & William North, York, James & Josiah Williams, Exeter, William Rawlings Sobey, Exeter; together with a Magnus Aase spoon with pierced handle, butter knives, bright cut sugar tongs etc :- One Box £60-80
137.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, George Henry Cowell, London 1917, stamped "Asprey London", engine turned, together with a cylindrical case, stamped "Siam Sterling", a miniature model of a fox etc. £30-50
138.    A Hallmarked Silver Travelling Jar, Drew & Sons, London 1899, with screw top and gilt lined interior, together with a pair of plated salts, of boat shape with twin angular loop handles, and a Burmese trinket pot. £25-40
139.    A Hallmarked Silver Pot Pourri Pot, William Comyns, London 1904, together with cut glass dressing table box, scent bottle, hallmarked silver backed hand mirror and paper knife. £25-40
140.    A Set of Eleven Hallmarked Silver and Mother of Pearl Tea Knives, (damages) in fitted wooden case for twelve, together with two sets of six decorative mother of pearl handled knives and forks, in associated wooden case. £40-60
141.    A Matched Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Cruet Set, EV, Sheffield 1957, 1958, each of plain cylindrical form with reeded bands, complete with spoon, in fitted case. £60-80
142.    A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Table Spoons, Thomas Wallis & Jonathan Hayne, London 1819, each highly textured and decorated, with shaped bowls, crested, total weight 259grams. (4) £80-100
143.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Cherry Sticks, B.Ld, Birmingham 1967, each as a character from a Charles Dickens novel, in original fitted case. £30-50
144.    A Hallmarked Silver Salver, London 1817(?), of shaped circular form, within leaf scroll border, later floral decorated and inscribed "Presented to the Rev'd G.E.H. Masters by the Parishioners of Morcott as a Token of their Esteem March 1862, 33cms diameter, 946grams. £300-400
145.    A Large Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Pedestal Cup, S&Co, Birmingham 1911, detailed with ribbon tied garland swags and flying scroll handles, raised on circular pedestal base, 24.5cms high, 510grams. £120-160
146.    A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Salts, Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1798, each of classical oval form with pierced detail, raised on reeded legs, initialled, with blue glass liner (damages). (4) £150-200
147.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, (marks rubbed) of plain rectangular form, inscribed (rubbed), 18cms wide. £50-70
148.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Bottle Coasters, A.T.C., Birmingham 1967, each of plain form with turned wood base. £25-40
149.    A Hallmarked Silver Toast Rack, SLd, Birmingham 1913, of plain five bar design with loop handle; A Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dish, C.H., Birmingham 1900, of shaped oval form, with pierced decoration. (2) £30-40
150.    A German Candlestick, stamped with the crescent and crown and "800", the square base raised on your ball feet; A German Cream Jug, stamped with the crescent and crown and "800". (2) £40-60
151.    A Hallmarked Silver Dish, HA, Sheffield 1922, of shaped oval form, inscribed "William and Mrs Hairsine on leaving Hooton Pagnell from Colonel and Mrs Ward-Aldam 1942", 485grams. £100-150
152.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Decanter, Heath & Middleton, Birmingham 1906, the hinged lid detailed in relief "Lytham and St Annes Golf Club" "First Handicap Prize First Division 17th September 1906 Won by", with scroll handle and plain clear glass body. £200-250
153.    A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Mounted Cork Decanter Stopper, George Pearson, London 1819, CLARET, 10cms high, £80-120
154.    A Pair of Provincial Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Sugar Tongs, possible Thomas Watson, Newcastle 1795. £40-60
155.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, (makers mark rubbed) London 1894, of plain rectangular form, 10.8cms wide. £30-50
156.    A Set of Three Provincial Scottish Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, possibly James Erskine, Aberdeen, crested; together with a fiddle pattern teaspoon. (4) £40-60
157.    A Set of Five Provincial Scottish Hallmarked Silver Celtic Point Pattern Teaspoons, II (double struck), Paisley, initialled; together with three Scottish hallmarked silver Fiddle Pattern teaspoons, (makers marks rubbed), Glasgow 1839, initialled. (8) £60-80
158.    A Hallmarked Silver and Enamel Lady's Compact, PHV, bearing import marks for London 1924, depicting lady sleeping against a cushion on a garden bench with gentleman behind, within yellow border, engine turned, 6cms wide. £150-200
159.    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. £150-200
160.    A Hallmarked Silver Pedestal Dish, Hammond, Creake & Co, Sheffield 1916, of plain circular form, raised on matching base. £50-70
161.    A Matched Pair of Hallmarked Silver Straining Spoons, A.E. Poston & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1943, 1944, each with pierced handle and bowl. £25-40
162.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Meat Servers, Cooper Bros & Sons, Sheffield 1963, of scissor action, 22cms long. £40-60
163.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Servers, Cooper Bros & Sons, Sheffield 1963, of scissor action, 22cms long.
£40-60
164.    A Victorian Hallmarked Silver Fish Serving Fork, RH(?), Sheffield 1877. £25-40
165.    A Hallmarked Silver Shaker, L&S, Birmingham 1919, of plain tapering cylindrical form, with pierced pull off cover, on spreading base (loaded). £25-40
166.    A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Straining Spoon, HH, Sheffield 1894; together with four matching teaspoons, GH, Sheffield 1895 and assorted teaspoons, condiment spoons, tea knife and baby's pusher. £30-50
167.    A Hallmarked Silver Shell Butter Dish, B.W & S, Sheffield 1909, witgh frosted glass liner, raised on three ball feet; together with three pairs of sugar tongs and a hallmarked silver napkin ring. £25-40
168.    Two Miniature Hallmarked Silver Trophy Cups, each with twin handles; together with a cased set of coffee spoons, commemorative teaspoons, letter opener and a hallmarked silver photograph frame (damages). £25-40
169.    A Hallmarked Silver Double Spout Sauce Boat, Mappin & Webb, London 1919, with twin scroll capped flying scroll handles, on oval pedestal base. £60-80
170.    An Irish Part Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, (marks rubbed) decorated with acanthus leaves, with leaf capped scroll handle, raised on three lion mask capped pad feet. £150-250
171.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Servers, Herbert Edward Barker & Frank Ernest Barker, Chester 1925, initialled; together with a hallmarked silver fiddle pattern table spoon, crested. £30-50
172.    A Part Set of Irish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell Pattern Cutlery, Thomas Farnett(?), Dublin 1782, comprising two table spoons, two table forks, three further forks and a spoon, each handle double struck, crested, total weight 620grams. £100-200
173.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell Pattern Teaspoons, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1779, 1780, the handles double struck, crested. £40-60
174.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell Pattern Salt Spoons, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1780; together with matching sauce ladle and butter knife, the handles double struck, crested. £40-60
175.    A Matched Part Set of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle, Thread and Shell Pattern Cutlery, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1779, 1780, comprising pair of table spoons, three table forks, four further spoons and four further forks, the handles double struck, crested, total weight 780grams. £150-200
176.    A Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dish, Messrs Hutton, Birmingham 1904, of shaped oval pierced form (damaged). £20-30
177.    A Hallmarked Silver and Cut Glass Corinthian Column Table Lamp, JJ, Sheffield 1890, the (originally an oil lamp, later converted to electricity), overall height 44cms. £100-150
178.    A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Teaset, EV, Sheffield 1938, each of rectangular form with canted corners and angular loop handles, raised on pad feet, total weight 1180grams. £200-300
179.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Candlesticks, A.T.C, Birmingham 1978, each of plain circular form, 12cms high. £40-60
180.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Whisky Noggin, BESCo, Birmingham 1994, with tapering cylindrical glass body and loop handle. £30-50
181.    A Hallmarked Silver Chamberstick Taper Stick, Messrs Hutton, Sheffield 1901, with shaped borders and removable nozzle, with conical snuffer, raised on three ball feet, 6cms high. £40-60
182.    A Modern Hallmarked Silver Cheese Scoop, WY, Sheffield 1995, with feature hallmarks, together with a hallmarked silver handled cheese knife and set of six hallmarked silver handled tea knives, in fitted case. £30-50
183.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigar Cheroot Case, FW, Chester 1898, allover leaf engraved, initialled, with suspension loop, 8.2cms long (hinged lid detached). £25-40
184.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, T&S, Chester 1934, bearing Jubilee mark, engine turned, together with a smaller example. (2) £50-70
185.    A Hallmarked Silver Card Tray, EV, Sheffield 1958, of shaped circular form, raised on three scroll feet, 20cms diameter, 306grams. £60-80
186.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Sauce Ladles, William Gibson & John Langman, crested; A Pair of Small Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Ladles, EV, Sheffield 1962. (4) £40-60
187.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Spoons, Walker & Hall, 1937, 1938, total weight 400grams. £80-100
188.    A Set of Four Hallmarked Silver Old English Rattail Pattern Table Spoons, EV, Sheffield 1933; A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Rattail Pattern Spoons, Sheffield 1955; A Set of Five Hallmarked Silver Old English Rattail Pattern Forks, EV, Sheffield 1950, total weight 908grams. £150-200
189.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Rattail Pattern Coffee Spoons, John Round & Son Ltd, Sheffield 1925; A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Old English Rattail Pattern Teaspoons, Messrs Hutton, Sheffield 1932; A Set of Four Larger Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, George Jackson & David Fullerton, London 1897, total weight 308grams. £60-80
190.    A Hallmarked Silver Tray, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1934, of shaped circular form, 30cms diameter, 720grams. £150-200
191.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigar Case, J.GLtd, Birmingham 1926, of rounded rectangular form with engine turned band decoration and vacant cartouche, 185grams. £50-70
192.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigar Case, H.T, Birmingham 1895, shaped for four cigars, allover leaf engraved, with vacant cartouche, 107grams. £80-100
193.    A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, of plain rectangular form; A Pair of Lorgnettes, with decorative handle. (2) £30-40
194.    A Hallmarked Silver Salver, DM, London 1912, of plain shaped circular form, raised on three scroll feet, 1030grams. £200-250
195.    A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Card Tray, Robert Rew, London 1762, of circular form with fanned leaf detail, raised on three pad feet, 17cms diameter. £100-150
196.    A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Chamberstick, George Ashworth, Sheffield 1799, of plain cylindrical form with reeded borders and telescopic action, initialled, with a conical snuffer. £150-200
197.    A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Basket, JW, London 1796, of angular oval form, gilt lined, engraved with leaf scrolls and vacant cartouches, raised on conforming base, 14.9cms wide. £200-250
198.    A Georgian Hallmarked Silver Tankard, (makers mark rubbed), London 1771, later converted to a pitcher, of cylindrical form, later decorated with flowerheads and leaf scrolls, the hinged lid with scroll thumbpiece, inscribed "Derbyshire Agricultural Society 1866" "Best Managed Farm Over 200 Acres Mr Robert Marples Aston-on-Trent", 804grams.
*The spout has been tested by The Sheffield Assay Office to confirm that the modification complies with the Hallmarking Act. The report accompanies this item. £300-500
199.    A Set of Five Provincial Scottish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, H.W. (H.W & J. Lindsay?), St.Andrews, initialled; A Pair of Christofle Table Spoons, stamped "47". £60-80
200.    A German Silver Box, stamped with the crescent and crown and "800", of plain rectangular form, raised on bracket feet, 28.2cms wide. £200-300
201.    A Hallmarked Silver Miniature Hand Mirror, C&N, Birmingham 1915; A Circular Locket, inscribed "Kanzas City June 16th 1891" and initialled; A Hallmarked Silver Topped Hat Pin, further hat pins and a locket pendant. (6) £60-80
202.    Marius Hammer; A Norwegian Plique a Jour Enamel Trinket Pot, the pull off cover with flowerhead finial, stamped "MH" "900", base 4.5cms. £100-150
203.    A Queen Anne Hallmarked Britannia Silver Dog Nose Rat Tail Pattern Spoon, William Scarlett, London 1707, 28cms long, 100grams. £100-200
204.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Toast Racks, Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield 1919, each of five bars, with central loop handle, total weight 385grams. £80-100
205.    A Hallmarked Silver Lady's Evening Bag, S&JM,bearing import marks for London 1916, the mesh bag with hinged snap close, on chain suspension; A Small Hallmarked Silver Lady's Evening Bag, AA, bearing import marks for Chester 1910. (2) £80-100
206.    A Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Basket, Mappin & Webb, London 1916, of shaped oval form with pierced gallery style decoration, raised on pierced oval base, 640grams. £100-150
207.    A Victorian Hallmarked Silver Vinaigrette, Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1851, of shaped oval form, the hinged lid engraved with landscape scene, shaped thumbpiece and engine turned detail, the gilt lined interior with hinged grille, initialled, 4.8cms wide. £150-200
209.    A Pair of Modern Opal Cluster Earpendants, each composed of central oval cabochon opal, claw set within shaped border of circular cabochon opals, on attached post fittings. £50-70
210.    A Pair of Russian Earpendants, each of oval panel design with applied detail, on hook fittings, stamped "583" and "585". £50-70
211.    A Pair of Modern Black Pearl and Diamond Earrings, each on hook fitting with hinged back, stamped "750". £80-100
212.    A Pair of Black and White Jasperware Earrings, the circular panels claw set on (unpierced) clip fittings, together with a similar dress ring. £25-40
213.    A Pair of Diamond and Pearl Cluster Earstuds, each composed of singular circular pearl, within claw set border of uniform brilliant cut diamonds £250-300
214.    A Pair of Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Earrings, each oval sapphire claw set within single border of old brilliant cut stones with two collet set diamond surmount, overall length 23mm. £400-500
215.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone three claw set. £250-280
216.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set. £480-500
217.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone six claw fluted set. £750-800
218.    A Pair of XIX Century Earrings, each of textured shaped design, highlighted with turquoise coloured cabochons, on long hook fittings. £80-100
219.    A Pair of Russian Diamond Cluster Earrings, stamped "56", the central cushion shape kyanites(?) (approximately 9x8mm) claw set within border of old cut diamonds, on Continental pierced hook fittings. £500-600
220.    A Pair of Modern Pearl and Diamond Earstuds, each large circular pearl within claw set border of uniform brilliant cut diamonds.
£1000-1200
221.    A Pair of XIX Century Carved Jet Ear Pendants, each of elongated tapering design, on hook fitting.

£120-150
223.    An Opal Cluster Pendant, graduated set (lacking drop and detachable brooch fitting), suspended from associated detachable diamond set bale, on later 9ct gold chain. £80-100
224.     Decorative Ropetwist Necklace, composed of ropetwist and box link chain, to snap clasp stamped "375". £450-500
225.    An Oval Locket Pendant, allover engraved, initialled, together with an oval belcher link guard chain, with swivel clasp. £40-60
226.    An Oval Locket Pendant, with Aesthetic style engraved decoration; a Derbyshire Blue John inset ring, a graduated curb link Albert chain, a wide smooth link bracelet and a lady's wristwatch with hallmarked silver textured bracelet. (5) £30-50
227.    A Modern Necklace, of textured twisted design, stamped "750" (lacking clasp). £150-200
228.    A 9ct Gold Ropetwist Chain, of uniform design. £50-70
229.    A Modern 9ct Gold Oval Locket Pendant, on 9ct gold chain, together with a 9ct gold heart shape locket pendant on chain. £80-100
230.    A 9ct Gold Torah Scroll Pendant, with Star and Menorah, of hinged design, on chain; A 9ct Gold Signet Ring, initialled; further pendant on chain and two pairs of stud earrings. £150-200
231.    A 9ct Gold Belcher Link Chain, suspending T-bar pendant; together with another similar chain. £50-60
232.    A Modern 9ct Gold Belcher Link Chain, of uniform design. £120-160
233.    A 9ct Gold Swivel Pendant, fitted with cloisonné bead; together with a further 9ct gold swivel pendant, an oval locket pendant, identity style bracelet, cross pendant, etc. £80-100
234.    A XIX Century Locket Pendant, the glazed oval panel encasing miniature portrait of a lady with dark hair, wearing a pink and blue dress with lace edge, within hairwork border, the glazed verso encasing hair work with seed pearl highlights. £40-60
235.    A Florentine Style Cross Pendant, graduated collet set and pierces, with pearl highlights, together with a XIX Century Scottish Hardstone inset cross pendant (lacking original brooch fitting/later applied pendant loop). £50-70
236.    An Art Nouveau Enamel Pendant, of sinuous openwork design, in green and blue enamel, with pearl highlights, on fine chain. £80-120
237.    A Continental Art Nouveau Locket Pendant, depicting female profile within flowerhead and scroll border, stamped "800", together with a Continental buckle (converted to two brooches), Victorian and other brooches, pendants etc. £50-70
238.    A Modern 9ct Gold Fancy Link Chain, to large bolt ring, together with another 9ct gold example, smaller, of similar design. £80-100
239.    A Modern 9ct Gold Necklace, of double row belcher link design, together with matching bracelet. £50-70
240.    A Modern 9ct Gold Curb Link Necklace, of graduated design. £60-80
241.    A Long 9ct Gold Curb Link Chain, of uniform design. £100-120
242.    An Articulated Fish Pendant, stamped "14K", together with circular Chinese pendant, of pierced design, stamped "14K". £150-180
243.    A Figaro Link Chain, applied "15c", together with a 9ct gold belcher link chain and two further chains. £100-150
244.    A 9ct Gold Belcher Link Chain, of uniform design, together with a similar 9ct gold curb link bracelet. £150-180
245.    A Modern 9ct Gold Fancy Link Chain, together with two 9ct gold ropetwist chains (one damaged). £100-150
246.    Two 9ct Gold Curb Link Chains, together with a 9ct gold box link chain. £80-100
247.    A Modern 9ct Gold Curb Link Chain, of uniform design. £200-250
248.    A 9ct Gold Curb Link Style Chain, of uniform design. £60-80
249.    A Fancy Curb Link Chain, stamped "375". £70-90
250.    A Modern 9ct Gold Fancy Link Chain, of uniform design, together with another 9ct gold chain. £100-150
251.    A Modern 9ct Gold Flat Curb Link Necklace, together with two others. £100-120
252.    Two 9ct Gold Elongated Box Link Chains, together with a curb link chain, fancy link chain and another. £100-150
253.    A 9ct Gold A 9ct Gold Figaro Link Chain, together with a 9ct gold ropetwist chain and two fancy link chains. £250-300
254.    A Modern Lapis Lazuli Pendant, stamped "375", together with a 9ct gold oval shell carved cameo brooch. £30-50
255.    A Modern 9ct Gold Leaf Pendant, of textured finish, together with two geometric pendants on chains, etc. £60-80
256.    A Modern Pendant, of textured design, stamped "14K", together with a 9ct gold dress ring, garnet cluster and other pendants, child's bracelet etc. £60-80
257.    Assorted Single Stone and Cluster Pendants, stamped, "9ct", "375", "585" etc. £80-100
258.    Modern Chinese Jade Pendants, together with further pendants, chains etc. £80-100
259.    A Cherry Amber Coloured Faceted Bead Necklace, of graduated design, to screw clasp. £30-50
260.    Assorted Modern 9ct Gold Chains. £80-100
261.    A Modern Flat Curb Link Chain, stamped "375". £60-80
262.    A Five Row Graduated Pearl Bead Choker Style Necklace, the circular beads strung to circular cluster snap clasp, stamped "9ct" (some string broken/detached). £100-150
263.    A Modern Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Pendant, of flowerhead design, stamped "K18", on fine link chain. £140-160
264.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Pendant, the brilliant-cut stone four claw set, on 18ct gold fancy link chain. £600-650
265.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Pendant, the brilliant cut stone rubover set, sliding on fancy chain, stamped "750". £3000-3500
266.    A Dainty 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Necklace, of graduated drop design, millegrain set with brilliant cut diamonds, on fine chain. £250-280
267.    A Graduated Single Strand Pearl Bead Necklace, individually knotted to garnet set clasp, stamped "9ct". £50-70
268.    An Amethyst Necklace, the oval faceted stones collet set, to snap clasp (lacking one amethyst and drop below). £80-100
269.    A 9ct Gold Sovereign Coin Pendant Mount, (lacking coin) of flowerhead and leaf design, with tassel drop and later applied glass beads/flowerheads to the centre. £80-100
270.    An Amber Coloured Pendant, mount stamped "800", on chain; together with another example. £40-60
271.    A Mother of Pearl Pendant, of teardrop design, within wirework setting stamped "9ct", on chain applied "15"; together with an amber coloured pendant. £40-60
272.    An Art Nouveau Pendant, the oval panel with mother of pearl detail, between scrolling shoulders and wide bale, on chain. £60-80
273.    An Early XX Century Enamel Pendant, designed as three peacock feathers (damage to enamel), suspending fresh water pearl on integral chain; together with a Continental Panel, detailing female profile (incomplete). £60-80
274.    An Early XX Century Russian Coin Necklace, suspending four 20 Kopecks (worn), together with collection of hand painted and other brooches, unmounted shell carved cameo, enamelled panel bracelet, chains etc. £40-60
275.    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. £250-280
277.    A XIX Century Oval Shell Carved Cameo of Hebe Feeding the Eagle of Zeus, collet set within twisted border with engraved highlights. £80-100
278.    A Modern 9ct Gold Diamond Set Crescent Brooch, of graduated design. £80-100
279.    A XIX Century Mourning Brooch, with central glazed hairwork panel, within collet claw set border and loop; An Edwardian Bar Brooch, star set to the centre, Chester 1901. (2) £80-100
280.    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. £1500-1800
281.    A Hallmarked Silver and Enamel Brooch, as a pheasant and riding crop, Stainton Bros, Birmingham 1912, 3.5cms long. £20-30
282.    A Three Stone Diamond Set Bar Brooch, claw set with three graduated stones, on knife edge bar. £1500-1800
283.    A Diamond Set Bar Brooch, applied to the bar with laurel wreath circlet, collet set to the centre with a ruby, diamond and sapphire, stamped "18ct"; A Single Stone Diamond Set Bar Brooch, the old cut stone claw set, together with two cluster bar brooches. £80-120
284.    An Edwardian Amethyst and Diamond Brooch, oval claw set to the centre, within claw set border of old cut diamonds and white enamel scroll highlights. £150-200
285.    A Diamond Set Crescent Brooch, set throughout with old cut diamonds. £600-700
286.    A XIX Century Hardstone Inset Brooch, modelled as a sword, £30-50
287.    A Diamond Set RAF Wings Brooch, enamel highlighted, indistinctly stamped "9ct", together with assorted commemorative, enamelled and other medallion pendants. £40-60
288.    Ruskin; A Ceramic Bar Brooch, mottled blue and green, with applied brooch fitting (partly obscuring stamped mark "RUSKIN"), together with an Arts & Crafts oval brooch, collet set with green ceramic panel, an enamel pendant, bangle etc. £30-50
289.    A 9ct Gold Leaf Spray Brooch, with pearl highlights, together with a bow brooch, an Edwardian heart shape pendant, set with seed pearls and a further heart shape pendant (lacking a pearl). £70-90
290.    A Seed Pearl Set Anchor Brooch, stamped "15ct, together with a seed pearl knot brooch, two stock pins, a stick pin and a puzzle ring. £60-80
291.    An Early XX Century Lily of the Valley Brooch, AJS (Arthur Johnson Smith), Rd612981; A Single Strand Graduated Pearl Bead Necklace, clasp stamped "9ct"; together with a mother of pearl gaming counter and three coral coloured plastic flowers. £30-50
292.    A Diamond Set RAF Wings Brooch, of two colours, the textured wings set with graduated rose cut diamonds, stamped "9ct". £80-120
293.    A Modern Pearl Set Brooch, of abstract textured design, stamped "750"; together with a double leaf brooch, stamped "Sterling Silver". (2) £80-100
294.    Seven XIX Century and Later Stickpins, including Essex Crystal style and reverse painted, depicting fox masks and dogs, together with pin cushion under dome (damaged). (7) £100-150
295.    A Collection of XIX Century and Later Stickpins, including hardstone and banded agate inset, cameos, enamel highlighted etc, together with pin cushion under dome. (21) £60-80
296.    Ten XIX Century and Later Stickpins, including assorted horseshoes, pearl and stone set, a pig, naturalistically modelled etc. (10) £30-50
297.    A XIX Century Micromosaic Set Stickpin, the circular panel depicting two doves (Roman symbol for love), another example, smaller, depicting scarab beetle and another stickpin with goldstone border. (3) £80-120
298.    Six XIX Century and Later Stickpins, two as insects, with inset bodies and wings, together with turquoise and pearl set etc. (6) £20-30
299.    Fourteen XIX Century and Later Stickpins, including mourning, stone set etc, together with a bar brooch (damaged). (15) £25-40
300.    A Large Hallmarked Silver Brooch as a Flowering Willow Tree, London 1988, after a design by Alfred Philippe for Trifari, (some colourless paste missing) approximately 8cms high. £40-60
301.    A Diamond Set Floral Spray Brooch, of flowerhead and leaf design, set throughout with old-cut stones, 5.5cms long. £400-450
302.    A Russian Insect Stickpin, with collet rubover cabochon set body, the pin stamped "56", complete with original screw end. £100-120
303.    A Continental Diamond Set Brooch, (converted from a fob watch case) set with old cut stone, within ropetwist border. £150-180
304.    A Large XIX Century Cameo Brooch, of oval form carved depicting three cherubs sharing bunches of grapes, collet set within scroll and bead applied openwork border, 8cms wide. £80-100
305.    A Large Victorian Mourning Brooch, the centre with oval glazed hairwork panel within "In Memory Of" and scroll border, the reverse inscribed "James Popple died April 6 1863 Aged 48 Years" (damages); A Victorian Three Stone Brooch, cushion shape collet set, within engraved and textured scrolling border. (2) £100-150
307.    A 9ct Gold Fancy Link Bracelet, to heart shape padlock clasp (safety chain broken) suspending numerous novelty charm pendants, including gypsy caravan, church Stanhope showing The Lords Prayer, spinning wheel, tractor, ice skate, teapot etc. £600-700
308.    A Victorian Ruby and Diamond Set Bangle, graduated star set to the front, hinged to snap clasp, stamped "9ct". £50-70
309.    A Curb Link Bracelet, to 9ct gold heart shape padlock clasp, suspending numerous novelty charm pendants, including globe, St.Christopher, handbag, ladybird etc. £400-450
310.    A 19th Century Hair Work Bracelet, of wode plated design, the snap clasp inscribed "C.W.1857", with locket compartment. £80-120
311.    A Modern Bracelet, of three colour textured design, to snap clasp, stamped "9KT". £150-200
312.    A Fancy Link Bracelet, of geometric hinged design, to snap clasp, stamped "750". £500-600
313.    A Ruby Set Bracelet, the claw set floral spray applied to bracelet of textured finish, to snap clasp stamped "750". £600-700
314.    A 9ct Gold Fancy Link Bracelet, to swivel clasp (complete with extra link). £100-150
315.    A 9ct Gold Bangle, with engraved detail, hinged to snap clasp (safety chain detached). £60-80
316.    A 9ct Gold Diamond Set Bracelet, of uniform design illusion set, to snap clasp. £50-70
317.    A 9ct Gold Diamond Set Bracelet, of uniform design, claw set, to snap clasp, stamped "10k" (damaged). £70-90
318.    A Diamond Set Bracelet, of uniform design, illusion set, to snap clasp, stamped "10k". £70-90
319.    A Bracelet, of uniform design, to snap clasp, stamped "15". £200-250
320.    A Modern 14ct Gold Bracelet, set throughout with uniform cubic zirconia's with cross detail. £50-70
321.    A Bracelet, of uniform design, to snap clasp, stamped "15ct", together with a shell necklace on chain, a ropetwist watch/fob chain and another chain. £60-80
322.    A Modern 9ct Gold Curb Link Bracelet, together with another. £150-200
323.    A Modern 9ct Gold Bracelet, of openwork design, together with a 9ct gold four row belcher link bracelet. £100-150
324.    A Modern Bracelet, to snap clasp, stamped "375", together with a flat link bracelet, to snap clasp, stamped "375". £80-100
325.    A Modern 9ct Gold Bracelet, together with a cartouche pendant, chains and a pair of unpierced hoop earrings etc. £100-150
326.    A Modern 9ct gold Bracelet, together with a brick link bracelet, stamped "375" and another bracelet £150-200
327.    A Garnet Bead Bracelet, stamped "585", together with a 9ct gold chain, pair of 9ct gold unpierced clip earrings, "925" silver gilt necklace and tennis style bracelet, stamped "925". £60-80
328.    A Modern Bangle, of twisted design, stamped "375", together with a smaller example. £100-150
329.    A 9ct Gold Hinged Bangle, foliate and leaf scroll engraved, hinged to snap clasp, together with a 9ct gold oval locket pendant on chain, an engine turned bangle, stamped "CH" for Charles Horner and a bar brooch in fitted case. £80-100
330.    A Double Row Curb Link Bracelet, applied "9c", to later swivel clasp stamped "9ct", suspending numerous novelty charm pendants, including animals, blackbirds in a pie, boots, football etc. £500-600
331.    A Curb Link Bracelet, indistinctly stamped, to 9ct gold heart shape padlock clasp. £100-150
332.    A Ruby and Diamond Set Bangle, hinged to snap clasp (damaged), together with modern fresh water pearl bead necklaces, etc. £40-60
333.    A Curb Link Bracelet, of uniform design, stamped "375", to 9ct gold heart shape padlock clasp. £380-420
334.    A Continental Bangle, hinged to snap clasp stamped "333", two early XX Century locket brooches, containing photographs of German soldiers, gent's cufflinks, bar brooch etc. £30-50
335.    A Fancy Link Two Colour Bracelet, of curb and belcher link design, to clasp stamped "375". £150-180
336.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Bangle, bar set to the front with three rows of alternate brilliant and baguette-cut stones, hinged to snap clasp, stamped "2.00". £1000-1200
337.    An Opal and Diamond Nine Stone Ring, claw set with three graduated oval cabochon opals, spaced by six old cut diamonds, between scroll carved shoulders (later shank). £300-400
338.    An Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring, the central oval emerald claw set, within border of brilliant cut diamonds (one damaged), stamped "18ct". £1000-1200
339.    An Emerald and Diamond Seven Stone Ring, channel rubover set alternately with three square cut diamonds and four square emeralds, stamped "18ct". £600-700
340.    An 18ct Gold Five Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated brilliant cut stones illusion claw set. £300-400
341.    An 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Wishbone Ring, claw set throughout with brilliant cut stones. £100-150
342.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated old cut stones, claw set, stamped "18ct". £200-300
343.    A Modern Synthetic Ruby and Diamond Cluster Ring, the central square synthetic ruby collet set, within millegrain border of brilliant cut diamonds, indistinctly stamped. £300-400
344.    An 18ct Gold Amethyst and Diamond Cluster Ring, the oval amethyst (worn), claw set within border of brilliant cut diamonds; A Single Stone Dress Ring, of pear shape, claw set, stamped "9ct". (2) £100-120
345.    A Modern Pearl Set Dress Ring, set with four uniform pearls, within stylised border and bifurcated shoulders. £30-50
346.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Triple Cluster Ring, claw set throughout, complete with Anchor Cert Report, No.1/15601.021. £80-100
347.    An 18ct Gold Coral Dress Ring, the oval cabochon within high basket style setting; A Single Stone Ring, corner claw set, stamped "9ct". (2) £50-70
348.    A Modern Ruby Set Circular Cluster Ring, of flowerhead design, claw set throughout; A Modern 9ct Gold Cluster Ring, claw set throughout. (2) £50-70
349.    A Modern Black Pearl and Diamond Dress Ring, the central pearl set high between claw set openwork shoulders, stamped "750". £50-70
350.    A Modern 9ct Gold Cluster Dress Ring, of flowerhead design, claw set throughout; A Modern 9ct Gold Five Stone Ring, of graduated design, bar claw set. (2) £30-50
351.    A Modern 9ct Gold Diamond Set Dress Ring, oval claw set to the centre, high between reeded crossover shoulders; A Modern 9ct Gold Cluster Dress Ring, claw set throughout, and another. (3) £60-80
352.    Three Modern 9ct Gold Cluster Rings, claw set throughout. (3) £60-80
353.    Four Modern 9ct Gold Dress Rings, comprising three clusters (one missing a stone) and a single stone ring. (4) £100-120
354.    A Modern 18ct Gold Dress Ring, rectangular set to the centre, between stepped shoulders. £80-100
355.    A Modern Imitation Black Pearl Set Dress Ring, stamped "585" "DQCZ", together with a pair of modern earpendants, stamped "925". £40-60
356.    An 18ct Gold Six Stone Diamond Ring, claw set throughout with uniform old cut stones. £150-180
357.    A Two Stone Diamond Ring, of crossover design, the old cut stones claw set, stamped "185ct&PT". £3000-3500
358.    A 9ct Gold Two Stone Diamond Ring, of crossover design, the two brilliant cut stones claw set, stamped ".33". £150-180
359.    A Modern 9ct Gold Five Stone Black Opal Ring, graduated collet rubover set; together with four further 9ct gold dress rings and a Russian wedding band style ring. (6) £80-100
360.    A Modern 9ct Gold Princess Cut Diamond Set Band, the uniform stones rubover set, stamped ".33". £40-60
361.    A Modern Diamond Cluster Ring, the central marquise cut diamond claw set high between channel set crossover shoulders, stamped "14k". £140-160
362.    A Victorian Five Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated old cut stones claw set. £150-200
363.    A Victorian Three Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stones spaced by diamond chips, within scroll carved setting, stamped "18" (damages). £800-900
364.    A Sapphire and Diamond Five Stone Ring, alternately set, within scroll carved setting, stamped "18ct". £150-180
365.    A Five Stone Diamond Set Band, of tapering design, stamped "18ct". £70-90
366.    Five Modern Dress Rings, claw set throughout, each stamped "585". £200-250
367.    Six Modern Assorted Dress Rings, claw set, stamped "585", together with an imitation pearl example. £150-200
368.    Eight Assorted Modern Dress Rings, of varying designs, stamped "585". £150-200
369.    Five Modern 9ct Gold Dress Rings, claw set throughout. £100-150
370.    Five Modern 9ct Gold Dress Rings, claw set throughout. £100-150
371.    A Modern 9ct Gold Malachite Dress Ring, oval cabochon set, together with an 18ct gold ring, on textured design and two 9ct gold dress rings. £100-150
372.    A Modern Three Stone Dress Ring, stamped "585", together with three further dress rings, stamped "585". £200-250
373.    A Modern Three Ring Set, stamped "585", together with four further modern dress rings, stamped "585". £200-250
374.    Five Modern Assorted Dress Rings, collet rubover and claw set, stamped "585". £150-200
375.    Nine Assorted Modern Dress Rings, claw and rubover set, stamped "375". £150-200
376.    Six Assorted Modern Dress Rings, stamped "375". £100-150
377.    Six Assorted Modern Dress Rings, stamped "375". £100-150
378.    A Modern 9ct Gold Ruby Set Ring, together with a five stone garnet ring and a large 9ct gold dress ring. £60-80
379.    Five Dress Rings, of textured design, stamped "375". £60-80
380.    A Sapphire and Opal Cluster Ring, stamped "375", together with two 9ct gold single stone dress rings and a shaped band with diamond set highlights. £80-100
381.    Three Modern Dress Rings, of textured design, stamped "375". £80-100
382.    Three Modern Dress Rings, of textured design, stamped "375". £50-70
383.    A Modern Dress Ring, of mesh style design, stamped "585", together with a 9ct gold diamond set band. £50-60
384.    Four Modern Dress Rings, claw and rubover set, stamped "375". £80-100
385.    Four Modern Dress Rings, claw and rubover multi set, stamped "375". £80-100
386.    A Tiger's Eye Single Stone Dress Ring, the oval cabochon collet set, stamped "375", together with another example and a further ring, stamped "585". £30-50
387.    A Cabochon Inset Ring, oval collet set, between pierced shoulders, stamped "585", together with another dress ring, claw set, stamped "585". £100-120
388.    Three Modern Dress Rings, composed of flat link chain, stamped "14k", together with four dress rings, each cabochon set. £200-250
389.    Six Modern Assorted Dress Rings, including single stones, stamped "585". £200-250
390.    Four Modern Opal Cluster Dress Rings, together with a 9ct gold fancy link bracelet. £100-150
391.    Four Modern 9ct Gold Dress Rings, of textured design, together with a single stone pendant on chain and a leaf brooch, stamped "375". £100-150
392.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band, together with a mourning ring, of lozenge design (damaged/lacking central panel) and two further rings (lacking stones. £60-80
393.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stone claw set, together with two modern rings, stamped "DIA". £40-60
394.    Assorted 9ct Gold and Other Dress Rings, together with two single stone rings. £80-100
395.    Seven Modern Dress Rings, stamped "375". £100-150
396.    Three Modern Dress Rings, of textured finish, stamped "375". £60-80
397.    Five Modern Dress Rings, of textured finish, stamped "375". £80-100
398.    Seven 'Black Hills Gold' Modern Dress Rings, of textured designs, stamped "375", together with further rings, bracelets and pendants on chains. £100-150
399.    A Five Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated brilliant cut stones high claw set (central stone diameter 5mm) , stamped "18ct". £1000-1200
400.    A Diamond Set Eternity Band, millegrain set throughout with brilliant cut stones (width of band 4mm, finger size approximately K1/2). £800-1000
401.    A Large Opal and Diamond Cluster Ring, the oval black opal doublet (approximately 10x14mm, damaged) claw set within single row border of uniform brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "18ct". £400-500
402.    An 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone four claw set between baguette cut set shoulders, approximate total diamond weight 0.90cts. £900-950
403.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, claw set with three graduated old cut stones, stamped "Platinum". £900-950
404.    A Five Stone Diamond Ring, the uniform stones claw set. £875-900
405.    A Modern Sapphire and Diamond Half Eternity Style Band, alternately channel set. £230-250
406.    A Modern Tanzanite and Diamond Set Dress Ring, the central cushion shape tanzanite four claw set between two uniform bands of brilliant cut diamonds, approximate tanzanite weight 2.63cts. £2750-3000
407.    An Opal and Diamond Set Ring, claw set with three graduated oval cabochon opals (one damaged), spaced by diamond chip highlights, stamped "18". £60-80
408.    A Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, circular claw set to the centre, stamped "18ct". £60-80
409.    A Diamond Cluster Ring, millegrain set with single cut stones, stamped "18ct&Pt"; A Three Stone Diamond Ring, the single cut stones illusion set, indistinctly stamped "18ct"; together with a single stone ring. (3) £80-120
410.    A Citrine Single Stone Dress Ring, oval collet set to the centre, indistinctly inscrbed and dated "1961", stamped "750". £80-100
411.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £100-150
412.    A Modern 18ct Gold Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, the oval sapphire claw set within border of single cut diamonds. £100-150
413.    An 18ct Gold Sapphire and Diamond Ring, alternately set; together with a similar example in boat shape setting and a three stone ring, set with old cut stones. £150-200
414.    An 18ct Gold Ruby and Diamond Six Stone Ring, graduated claw set throughout with old cut stones, Birmingham 1904. £150-200
415.    A Five Stone Diamond Ring, indistinctly stamped "18", claw set throughout with old cut stones, inscribed "1910" "G to M.P.L" "96". £80-120
416.    A XIX Century Mourning Ring, of belt buckle design with hairwork detail (damaged), inscribed "In Memory of Father & Sister M.C.F"; An 18ct Gold Five Stone Ring, Chester 1899; A Two Stone Diamond Set Ring Mount, (lacking central stone, stamped "18ct"; and a 9ct gold ring. (4) £80-120
417.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone collet rubover set, on textured band. £300-400
418.    A Modern Diamond Set Ring, of half eternity style, semi tension set to the centre with a brilliant cut stone, between four baguette cut stones, bar claw set, stamped "750".
£1000-1500
419.    An Art Deco Sapphire and Diamond Half Eternity Style Band, alternately set with four brilliant-cut diamonds and six square sapphires (worn). £100-150
420.    An 18ct Gold Diamond Set Ring, the old cut stone set within wide plain band. £150-200
421.    An 18ct White Gold Sapphire and Diamond Ring, composed of central band of square sapphires, between two graduated band of millegrain set brilliant cut diamonds (converted from a swivel ring). £300-400
422.    An 18ct Gold Emerald and Diamond Cluster Ring, the square emerald corner claw set within border of brilliant cut diamonds. £400-500
423.    A Modern Princes Cut Three Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated stones claw set high between channel set shoulders, stamped "14k". £600-700
425.    Liisa Vitali; A Finnish Silver 'Pitsi' Pendant, the square openwork panel on fine chain, together with matching ring. £30-50
426.    Kalevala Koru; A Finnish Silver Brooch, of openwork circlet design, together with a Niels Erik From stylised bow brooch and triple leaf brooch, and two further brooches. £30-50
427.    Kalevala Koru; A Finnish Silver Necklace, composed on three shaped panels, on uniform chain, together with an Arne Johansen 'Boomerang' necklace, and pair of Poul Warmind Danish clip earrings and another pair by Jens Tage Hansen. £40-60
428.    John Lauritzen; A Pair of Danish Earrings, stamped "John L" "Sterling Denmark", together with a leaf brooch, stamped "830S", a pendant, matching brooch and earrings etc. £20-30
429.    Ivar Holth; A Norwegian Enamelled Necklace, of stylised openwork design, highlighted in white enamel, together with an Aksel Holmsen Norwegian enamelled ring. £40-60
430.    A Scandinavian Enamelled Leaf Brooch, highlighted in white, stamped "813H", together with matching clip earrings and another leaf brooch, highlighted in turquoise enamel and pair of matching clip earrings. £30-50
431.    Kalevara Koru; A Finnish Silver Bangle, of coiled design, together with a crossbow brooch, stamped "KK" for Kalevara Koru, a pair of unpierced clip earrings and a pewter brooch, stamped "Hand Made R Bjornstad". £25-40
432.    Martick for VanPeterson; A Large Art Deco Style Abstract Brooch, modelled as a tennis player, 11cms. £40-60
433.    A Large Jugendstil Pendant, of stylised thistle design, with claw and collet set highlights and marcasite detail, stamped "Deposé 925 FPS", on integral chain. £100-150
434.    An Arts & Crafts Enamel Pendant, the circular panel of openwork design, with collet set rubover stones and enamel highlights, to chain with spectacle set highlights and T-bar and loop fastener. £100-150
435.    R.B. Halvordersen; A Danish Skonvirke Pendant, the stylised flowerhead surmount with collet set cabochon highlights, suspending drop, stamped "RBH" "900S", on belcher link chain.
£100-150
436.    An Art Nouveau Plique a Jour Pendant, of stylised scrolling design, highlighted in blue and green, complete with matching chain. £100-150
437.    Georg Jensen; A Danish Turquoise Set Pendant, oval collet set, stamped ""Kopenhagen" "830 GI", on chain; A Skonvirke Style Pendant, stamped "830S", oval cabochon collet set to the centre, within scrolling border, on chain. £60-80
438.    A Jugendstil Plique a Jour Griffin Brooch, (lacking pearl drop). £80-100
439.    Murrle Bennett; A Brooch/Pendant, of stylised "MB" design, with oval cabochon highlight and drop, the reverse with fixed suspension loop; A Two Tone Bar Brooch, of Art Deco Style, stamped "P.Bablet"; A Hand Painted Brooch, the mount stamped "KJ" for Kollmar & Jourdan; A Further Bar Brooch, and two others. (6) £80-120
440.    Georg Jensen; A Danish Ring, of stylised cross design, stamped "925S Denmark" "Georg Jensen"; together with six further Continental and other rings, and a bangle. £30-50
441.    A Skonvirke Pendant, of stylised design, suspending hardstone inset drop, stamped "830", on chain. £100-150
443.    Omega; A Stainless Steel Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers and date aperture, to integral bracelet, the fold over snap clasp bearing Omega logo (ill fitting case back). £80-100
444.    Oris; An Automatic B7460 Wristwatch, the rectangular black dial with Arabic numerals and date pointer, within 25mm case, on original leather strap , complete with Oris buckle, in fitted case. £100-150
445.    Tudor Royal; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds hand, within engraved case "In Appreciation of 25 Years Service Allott Bros & Leigh Ltd Leslie Brock", on later strap. £200-250
446.    Raymond Weil; A Gent's Wristwatch, the signed white dial with black Roman numerals and date aperture, to integral bracelet with snap clasp. £30-50
447.    Rolex; A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers, within plain case, London 1960, to later Pobjoy bracelet, stamped "375". £150-200
448.    Rolex; A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with Arabic numerals and seconds hand, movement stamped "Rolex 15 Rubis Swiss Made", within plain case (later crown?), on expanding bracelet stamped "Rolled Gold". £100-150
449.    Rolex; A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton markers, movement stamped "Rolex", within plain case, to integral bracelet with 9ct gold Rolex clasp. £100-150
450.    A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the white dial with black and red Roman numerals, within plain case, to integral expanding bracelet, stamped "9ct" (broken). £100-150
451.    Omega; A Gent's Co-Axial Seamaster Planet Ocean Wristwatch, watch no:81879740, ref:29085038, the signed black dial with Arabic numerals, luminous markers and date aperture, with orange bezel, on Omega Planet Ocean black rubber strap (98000198) with fold over clasp, in original box, complete with certificate and warranty cards, date of purchase 9-4-08. £1500-1800
452.    Dunhill; A Stainless Steel Wristwatch, the signed pale blue dial with Roman numerals and date aperture, to integral bracelet with concealed clasp, in original box with booklet, date of purchase 2/12/99. £150-180
453.    Dunhill; A 1980's Wristwatch, the cushion shaped signed dial with black Roman numerals, reverse of case stamped "925" "Sterling Silver", to shaped leather strap with hallmarked silver gilt buckle, bearing makers mark "AD", London 1980. £150-180
454.    Bentima; A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, within plain case, on later expanding bracelet. £30-40
455.    Hamilton; A 1950's/60's Gent's Wristwatch, the signed swirl dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers, the reverse of the case inscribed "To Gaspar From Genesee Co. Road Dept. Employees 10-2-61", on later leather strap, in original plastic box.
*Today the Genesee County Road Commission is responsible for the maintenance of County primary roads, local roads and the State trunk lines in Genesee County, Michigan USA. £100-150
456.    Jaeger LeCoultre; A 1950's Automatic Futurematic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with dagger markers and two subsidiary dials, within plain case with back wind function, stamped "619005", on later expanding bracelet. £300-500
457.    Longines; A Stainless Steel Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers and date aperture, on original leather strap, in fitted case with booklet and guarantee card stating model/ref 4.720.4, dated 14.12.07; together with another gent's wristwatch. £100-120
458.    Tudor Royal; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the H.L.Brown & Son Ltd signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds hand, within engraved case "Presented by Balfour Darwins Ltd to F.W.Singleton for 33 Years Service 1969", on later expanding bracelet, in original box. £150-200
459.    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). £3800-4000
460.    Rolex; A 1930's/40's Openface Pocketwatch Produced for Sale in Canada, The signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, movement signed "Rolex" "17 Seventeen Rubies", case stamped "Cashier 14k Gold Filled Case Made in Canada" and numbered "3965563", with engine turned decoration, initialled.
*During the 1940's Rolex exported their watch movements to Canada to avoid duty costs. £300-400
461.    A.W.W.Co Waltham Mass; A Half Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case with blue enamel chapter ring, stamped "18c". £500-600
462.    Jas McCabe Royal Exchange London; An 18ct Gold Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (glass cracked), the signed movement numbered 07719 with diamond end stone, within once engine turned case, London 1876. £500-600
463.    An 18ct Gold Hunter Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (lacking glass), the signed movement numbered 17031, within plain case, monogrammed, London 1884. £500-600
464.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Half Hunter Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case with blue enamel chapter ring (damaged), together with a hallmarked silver cased lady's fob watch, within monogrammed case. £30-50
465.    Fres Deroches; An XVIII Century Openface Pocketwatch, the signed white dial (chipped, cracked, lacking hands) with Arabic numerals, movement inscribed "Frés Deroches a. Geneve", within case hand painted with lady in a blue and white dress, wearing a hat (damages).
£100-150
466.    Vertex; A Gold Plated Cased Half Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the case engraved "Presented to V.W.Grundy on Completion of 40 years Service with the Sheffield Undertaking of the East Midlands Gas Board". £30-50
467.    A 9ct Gold Half Hunter Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (lacking glass), within plain case with blue enamel chapter ring. £150-200
468.    Waltham USA; A 9ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Arabic numerals (one hand damaged) and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case, Birmingham 1925; Waltham; A Gold Plated Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain case. (2) £100-150
469.    Baume; A 9ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals, baton markers and seconds subsidiary dial, case inscribed "Presented to P.E. Bolan on His Retirement by E.G.S. Co. Ltd Feb 1911-June 1958", in a fitted case. £180-220
473.    A 18ct Gold Lady's Fob Watch, the decorative dial with black Roman numerals, within allover engraved case, London 1886. £150-200
474.    A XIX Century Continental Cased Lady's Fob Watch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and gilt highlights, within leaf scroll engraved case, stamped "18K", together with a smaller example, with Arabic numerals, within monogrammed case, stamped "0.750". £100-120
476.    A Pair of 18ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, each oval panel monogrammed, on chain connections. £120-160
477.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Cufflinks, the oval panels on chain connections, initialled; together with another pair, rectangular, and another pair in original box "Gold Fronted". £60-80
478.    A 9ct Gold Medallion Pendant, "N.S.A Champions 1911.12" "H Jackson"; together with a chain, and a heart shape locket pendant on chain. £40-50
479.    A XIX Century Hardstone Inset Seal Pendant, initialled "MM" or "WW". £60-80
480.    A XIX Century Hardstone Inset Seal Pendant, initialled "E". £30-50
481.    A Bloodstone Inset Seal Pendant, of three colour design. £25-40
482.    A Pair of Gent's Cufflinks, the oval panels on chain connections, each highlighted in blue enamel with a crown, stamped "18ct". £120-150
483.    A Pair of Gent's Cufflinks, the plain oval panels on chain connections (one detached), stamped "15ct". £100-120
484.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, the oval panels bearing engraved initials and date "1948", on chain connections, together with three further pairs of cufflinks. £60-80
485.    A Mesh Lady's Evening Bag, on chain and finger loop suspension, stamped "9ct". £200-300
486.    A Collection of Assorted Gent's Dress Studs, together with a 9ct gold imitation coin ring, a hardstone inset signet ring, pencil etc. £50-70
487.    A Graduated Albert Chain, to single swivel, stamped "9ct", suspending T-bar and hardstone inset pocketwatch key, together with a child's hinged bangle and a further bangle. £100-150
488.    A 9ct Gold Cased Lady's Watch, (lacking bracelet), together with Mabie Todd & Co and other sliding pencils, Stanhope viewer etc. £30-50
489.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, each modelled as the Jules Rimet Cup, CJ Ld, 1971. £200-250
490.    An Oval Belcher Link Guard Type Chain, (lacking clasp); together with a six row bracelet, to hinged panel clasp, a ring, earrings, brooches and a hinged bangle. £30-40
491.    A 9ct Gold Graduated Double Albert Chain, to double swivel, suspending T-bar and 9ct gold horse head charm pendant. £600-700
492.    A Graduated Curb Link Albert Chain, stamped "375", to single swivel, together with extra section of links with T-bar and seal pendant, depicting male profile. £400-450