Silver, Jewellery & Watches Auction
on Thursday 21st September 2017

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1.      A Thomas Bradbury & Sons Large Plated Twin Handled Tray, of shaped oval design, overall width 64.5cms. £30-50
2.      A Barker-Ellis Plated Twin Branch Three Light Candelabrum, the Corinthian column supporting twin branches and central light, each with removable nozzle, overall on stepped square base (converting to a single candlestick), overall height 46cms. £30-50
3.      A Large Plated Oval Twin Handled Tray, detailed in relief with decorative border, between angular scroll handles, overall width 68.5cms. £30-50
4.      An Early XX Century Plated Mounted Mantel Clock, the French cylinder movement striking on a gong, with engraved circular silvered dial and Arabic numerals, within case of architectural semi arched form, flanked by fluted pillars, on moulded base, 30cms wide, 23cms high. £100-150
5.      A XIX Century Martin Hall & Co Plated Three Piece Teaset, each of plain design, on circular spreading base, initialled "R", stamped registration lozenge for 1871. (3) £30-50
6.      A Large Tiger Cowrie Shell (Cypraea Tigris) Box, the reeded hinged mount inscribed "Wibrandus Reuias(?) Anno 1669", overall length 8cms. £200-300
7.      A George Ibberson & Co (Sheffield) Twelve Setting Canteen of Dubarry Pattern Plated Cutlery, comprising two sets of knives and forks, fish knives and forks and servers, three sets of spoons, teaspoons, coffee spoons, three ladles and a five piece carving set, contained in an oak two drawer table, on reeded tapering legs with spade feet. £200-300
8.      A Plated Mounted Claret Jug, with tapering cylindrical cut glass body, the applied mount detailed with fruiting vines and Bacchus mask spout, 28cms high. £30-50
9.      A Walker & Hall Plated Mounted Ram's Horn Snuff Mull, overall height 18cms. £80-120
10.     A Set of Six Napkin Rings, each of oval form with wavy edge and engraved leaf scroll detail, contained in original fitted case. £20-30
11.     A Decorative Plated Pedestal Dish, of oval form with beaded edge and swing handle, raised on oval pedestal base. £40-50
12.     A Decorative Plated Swing Handled Basket, of shaped design, leaf scroll pierced, with reeded swing handle, raised on oval pedestal base, 31cms wide; Together with Another Swing Handled Basket, of shaped rectangular design, 29.5cms wide. (2) £30-50
13.     A Pair of Decorative Walker & Hall Plated Candlesticks, each of classical design, with removable nozzle, on square base, 15.5cms high. (2) £20-40
14.     An XVIII/XIX Century Plated Revolving Condiment Stand, of boat shape with pierced detail and twin high loop handles, later inscribed "From E.B. May 16th 1906", fitted with eight assorted bottles/jars (replacements, missing stoppers), on weighted circular revolving pedestal base, overall width 38cms. £60-80
15.     A Hallmarked Silver Posy Bowl, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1973, of elongated oval form, between twin scroll handles, on oval pedestal base, with removable grille, overall width 38.5cms, 715grams (excluding grille). £150-200
16.     A Hallmarked Silver Waiter, EV, Sheffield 1967, of shaped circular form, 20cms diameter. £70-90
17.     A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, Henry Holland, London 1856, 1857, initialled, total weight 120grams. (6) £30-50
18.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, James Ede & Alexander Hewat, London 1808, initialled, total weight 100grams. (6) £30-50
19.     A Part Canteen of Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Cutlery, William Yates, Sheffield 1987, comprising two sets of six knives; two sets of six forks; set of six dessert spoons; set of six soup spoons, total weight (excluding knives) 1900grams. (36) £450-550
20.     A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Fish Knives and Forks, William Yates, Sheffield 1988 (one knife handle TS, Sheffield 1999), total weight (excluding one knife) 630grams. (12) £150-200
21.     A Hallmarked Silver Sugar Caster, C.J. Vander Ltd, London 1973, of plain baluster form, 15.5cms high, 160grams. £40-60
22.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Handled Knives, C.J. Vander Ltd, Sheffield 1973; A Hallmarked Silver Handled Cake Slice and Cheese Knife, EV, Sheffield 1959; Another Set Similar, EV, Sheffield 1960; A Sifter Spoon; a hairbrush and comb. (13) £60-80
23.     A Set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Dessert Forks and Spoons, EL, Sheffield 1930, together with pair of matching serving spoons, contained in original fitted wooden case. £150-200
24.     An Arts & Crafts Hallmarked Silver Spoon, Joseph & Joyce Himsworth, Sheffield 1930, with hammered bowl and scroll detail, 15.5cms long. £30-50
25.     A Matched Hallmarked Silver and Piqué Work Eight Piece Ladies Dressing Set, Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1914, 1915, 1916,1917, comprising two pairs of brushes, hand mirror, glove stretchers, button hook and shoe horn, all contained in original fitted case. £100-150
26.     An Ladies Travelling Case, initialled "E.W", with canvas cover, fitted to the interior with assorted hallmarked silver topped jars and bottles, hallmarked silver backed brushes, hand mirror, button hook, shoe horn, glove stretchers, a pocketwatch in hallmarked silver mounted case with easel back etc, all initialled "EW" (various makers and dates). £150-250
27.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver and Piqué Work Topped Glass Bottles, Adie Bros, Birmingham 1927, each of tapering form; Together with A Matching Lidded Jar, Adie Bros, Birmingham 1925. (3) £30-50
28.     A Hallmarked Silver Salver/Tray, Richard Comyns, London 1965, of plain circular lobed form, raised on shaped reeded feet, 30.5cms diameter, 1025grams. £400-500
29.     A Matched Scottish Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Teaset, Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1936, 1937, each of plain tapering form, on stepped feet, total weight 1085grams. (3) £450-500
30.     A Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Pedestal Dish, Johnson, Durban & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1897, of oval form, with plain swing handle, on oval pedestal base, 540grams. £130-160
31.     A Hallmarked Silver Manicure Stand, Harrison & Hipwood, Birmingham 1927, fitted with manicure set and lidded pots, overall height 18cms. £80-100
32.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Mounted Cut Glass Knife Rests, Edward & Noble Haseler (marks rubbed), Birmingham 1908, 12.5cms long, in original fitted case. £80-100
33.     A Matched Pair of Britannia Standard Hallmarked Silver Serving Spoons, Thomas Bradbury, 1917, 1918, with trefid style handles and picture back detail, in original fitted case. £100-120
34.     A Set of Eight Hallmarked Silver Dessert Spoons, IL, Sheffield 1952, Coronation mark, Dubarry style, total weigt 255grams, in a fitted case. £70-90
35.     A Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Basting Spoon, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1805, initialled, 140grams. £60-80
36.     A Set of Six Scottish Provincial Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, Ewan Wilson, Perth, initialled, total weight 80grams. (6) £110-130
37.     A Set of Six Provincial Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Teaspoons, John Stone, Exeter 1854, initialled, total weight 95grams. (6) £50-60
38.     A Scottish Hallmarked Silver Twin Branch Three Light Candelabrum, R & W Sorley, Glasgow 1907, the tapering column supporting twin scroll branches and central light, each with removable nozzle, on circular spreading base, with reeded detail (base weighted) (converting to a single candlestick), overall height 46cms. £200-300
39.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, E.S. Barnsley & Co Ltd, Birmingham 1915, each allover engine turned, with shaped edge, initialled "B" and numbered 1-6, contained in a fitted case. £60-80
40.     A Hallmarked Silver Sugar Scuttle, Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1899, foliate detailed in relief, raised on shaped square leaf base with bun feet, complete with matching shovel. £100-150
41.     A Hallmarked Silver Sugar Caster, (makers mark rubbed) Chester 1908, of octagonal baluster form, 15cms high. £35-50
42.     A Large Hallmarked Silver Sugar Caster, Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1904, of baluster form, allover detailed in relief, on circular spreading base, 23cms high, 210grams. £100-150
43.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boats, J.B. Chatterley & Sons, Birmingham 1917, each of plain design with reeded edge and high loop handle, total weight 310grams. £60-80
44.     A Hallmarked Silver Chamberstick, Walter, Michael, John Barnard & Robert Dubock, London 1900, of plain design, with removable nozzle, London 1898, with conical snuffer, Walter, Michael, John Barnard & Robert Dubock, London 1898; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Tea Light Holder, W.A, Birmingham 1901 (split). (2) £80-100
45.     A Large Hallmarked Silver Seven Bar Toast Rack, W.E. London 1820, with high central shaped loop handle and gadrooned edge, raised on four shell feet, 365grams. £100-150
46.     A Hallmarked Silver Tea Caddy, Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1896, of shaped design, with gadrooned edge, the rectangular pull off cover with shell finial, raised on scroll feet, overall height 11cms, 245grams £100-150
47.     A Hallmarked Silver Jug, (marks rubbed) Chester, with wavy edge and leaf capped scroll handle, on circular pedestal base, 92grams. £30-50
48.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Knife Rests, Thomas & James Phipps, London 1816; Together with Another Pair of Knife Rests, R.P, London 1933. £20-40
49.     A Hallmarked Silver Table Epergne Centrepiece, Daniel & Arter, Birmingham 1918, the central flared panelled vase between four scroll branches, two supporting two removable smaller vases and two supporting removable basket dishes, overall on circular spreading base with gadrooned edge, overall height 31cms, 1475grams. £450-500
50.     A Pair of Matched Hallmarked Silver Candlesticks, Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1905, 1906, each column supporting removable nozzle, on spreading square base (bases weighted), 12.5cms high. (2) £75-90
51.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Desk Clock, Douglas Clock Company, Birmingham 1903, the circular dial with black Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within rounded rectangular frame, allover detailed in relief, with folding hoop easel back, 7.5cms long.
£40-60
52.     A Part Canteen of Hallmarked Silver Cutlery, Benjamin Smith, London 1845, 1846, comprising eight table forks, five table spoons and two dessert forks and spoons, initialled, handles double struck; Together with A Set of Twelve Part Hallmarked Silver Handled Table Knives, HA, Sheffield, the blades stamped "B. Smith Duke Street", initialled and two smaller, total weight (excluding knives) 1555grams. (31) £400-500
53.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Asparagus Tongs, Benjamin Smith, London 1846, initialled, 205grams. £70-100
54.     A Hallmarked Silver Tea Kettle on Burner Stand, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1870, of bullet shape with swing handle and leaf capped spout, crested (dented), on burner stand (lacking one pin), total weight 1315grams. £350-450
55.     A Hallmarked Silver Jug, Henry Holland, London 1868, of baluster form, detailed in relief with foliate leaf scrolls, with scroll loop handle, raised on three shell capped pad feet, 180grams. £60-80
56.     A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Porringer, George Jackson & David Fullerton, London, 1909, with reeded band and twin reeded loop handles, 140grams. £40-60
57.     A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, (marks rubbed) of rectangular form, the hinged lid engine turned and initialled, inscribed to the front "Presented to J.S. Lester. Esq: A.J.G. as a token of Regard & Esteem by the Gun Inspection Staff, Armley, Leeds November 1918", 17.8cms wide; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Photograph Frame, of shaped design,on wooden easel back, overall height 19.5cms; and a table lighter, initialled "D.R.L." (3) £50-80
58.     A Hallmarked Silver Teapot, Robert Garrard, London 1808, of compressed circular form with textured band, crested, on rim base (dented), 655grams. £200-300
59.     A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Pedestal Christening Cup, Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp, London 1784, of tapering cylindrical form with reeded high loop handles, raised on circular spreading base, later inscribed "Baptized 5 Jany 1885 At All Saints' Margaret Street", floral decorated in relief, initialled, 215grams.
*All Saints, Margaret Street, is a Grade I listed Anglican church in London. £80-120
60.     A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Christening Mug, W.A, Birmingham 1912, of trophy style, initialled, 160grams. £40-60
61.     A Hallmarked Silver Teapot Stand, John Mewburn, London 1793, of plain circular form (dented), raised on three pad feet, 11.3cms diameter, 80grams. £50-80
62.     A Hallmarked Silver Pot Pourri Box, William Comyns, London 1911, of circular form, the pierced pull off cover detailed in relief as fuchsia flowers, base 7.5cms diameter. £50-80
63.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Salts, RS, London 1869, each of circular form with textured detail, raised on three hoof capped hoof feet, crested, complete with set of six matching spoons, contained in original fitted case, initialled "R.E.J". £70-90
64.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Forks, CB&S, Sheffield 1908; Together with A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Knife Rests, CTB, Birmingham 1908; and a napkin ring, total weight 240grams. (5) £50-80
65.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Shell Butter Dishes, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1905, each raised on three ball feet, complete with pair of hallmarked silver butter knives, contained in original fitted case, with applied hallmarked silver plaque "Presented to Dr Bayne by the St. Ives Footballers, on the Occasion of his Wedding". £50-70
66.     A Decorative Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Handled Knives and Forks, Sheffield 1904, 1905, contained in a fitted case; A Plated Three Piece Dessert Serving Set, in original fitted case; A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Forks; and a hallmarked silver preserve spoon. £30-50
67.     A Modern Saturno Style Hallmarked Silver and Enamel Model Boxer Dog, MH, Sheffield 2000, 13cms high. £350-400
68.     A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Teaset, CW, Birmingham 1904, each with gadrooned edge and angular loop handles, total weight 1120grams. (3) £200-250
69.     A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Dish, Watson & Gillott, Sheffield 1898, of shaped oval form, detailed in relief with pierced detail, raised on four shell feet, 30.5cms wide, 445grams. £100-150
70.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dishes, EV, Sheffield 1951, 1961, each of shaped circular form, with pierced detail, raised on pedestal base, total weight 245grams. (2) £50-70
71.     A Hallmarked Silver Dish, EV, Sheffield 1937, of shaped design, with pierced detail, engraved "Presented by the Sunderland Jewish Literary Circle to Ada Magrill and Louis J. Cohen on the Occasion of their Marriage in Recognition for Services Rendered Oct. 27th 1937", 23cms wide, 340grams. £60-80
72.     A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Dish, EV, Sheffield 1962, of circular form with wide pierced rim as fruiting vines, raised on circular spreading base, 21.8cms diameter, 450grams. £80-120
73.     A Pair of Large Victorian Hallmarked Silver Salts, CL, London 1845, each of shaped octagonal form, with leaf scroll highlights, raised on four scroll feet, total weight 200grams. (2) £60-80
74.     A Hallmarked Silver Sugar Caster, DSS, London 1981, with floral decoration, 15.5cms high. £30-50
75.     A Hallmarked Silver Hair Comb, P&T, Birmingham 1906, of openwork design, with central clover leaf; Together with A Two Prong Hair Ornament. (2) £20-30
76.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Bonbon Dishes, HM, Birmingham 1898, of shaped circular pierced design; Together with A Pair of Modern Topazio Casquinha Trinket Dishes. (4) £15-25
77.     A Set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, Angora Silver Plate Co, Sheffield 1939, in a fitted case. £20-40
78.     A Matched Set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Handled Kings Pattern Fish Knives and Forks, EV, Sheffield 1964, 1965. (12) £80-120
79.     A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Soup Spoons, EV, Sheffield 1963, 1965, total weight 370grams. £80-120
80.     A Matched Set of Sixteen Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Coffee Spoons, EV, Sheffield, 1963, 1964, total weight 270grams. £50-80
81.     A Provincial Hallmarked Silver Tankard, John Langlands I, Newcastle 1757 (marks faint), of plain baluster form, inscribed "1 Pint", initialled, 320grams. £200-300
82.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Gilt Serving Spoons, James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler, London 1901, anointing spoon style, total weight 185grams, in original fitted case. £70-90
83.     A Matched Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Tea Set, EV, Sheffield 1937, 1939, each of plain circular form, with Celtic style band detail, total weight 1205grams. (4) £250-350
84.     A Hallmarked Silver Caddy/Box, George Kenning & Son, London 1921, of plain rectangular form with gadrooned detail, on matching rectangular stand, raised on four bun feet, 800grams. £150-200
85.     A Hallmarked Silver Limited Edition Goblet "The Fitzwilliam Museum Cup", JB, London 1975, 55/150, designed by Jocelyn Burton for Aurum Ltd, gilt lined and set with five blue topaz cabochons, 23cms high, in original fitted case with booklet. £250-350
86.     A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1938, of angular design, initialled "W", 212grams. £50-70
87.     A Hallmarked Silver Sugar Caster, ALD, Birmingham 1945, of octagonal baluster form, 19cms high, 175grams. £40-60
88.     Randolph Douglas (Randini) (1895-1956); A Hallmarked Silver Vesta Case, CSG&Co, Birmingham 1912, of cushion shape, allover engine turned, inscribed "To Randin From R.S.D. 1915" (R.S.D. was Randolph's father Robert Strachan Douglas); A Folding Pocket Knife, with mother of pearl scales (damages), inset "Randin"; A Small Turned Wood Trinket Dish, with applied stylised 'H'; A Glass Picture, still life flowers in a vase, foil backed, within later plain rectangular frame, on easel back; Beedham [A]: Randini The Man Who Helped Houdini. 2009 paperback. (5)
*Randolph Robert Osborne Douglas was a magician and escape artist who first appeared as Randolph The Magician, Randin, and later Randini - under the influence of his hero Harry Houdini whom he met and became friends. In 1926 Randini opened a small museum - a house of wonders in Castleton, Derbyshire. £80-120
89.     A Set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Spoons, Robert Eley, London 1795, crested, total weight 450grams. (12) £100-150
90.     A Matched Set of Ten Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Spoons, Robert Eley, London 1794, 1795, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1800, crested, total weight 680grams. (10) £200-250
91.     A Set of Ten Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Forks, George Smith & William Fearn, London 1796, crested, total weight 670grams. (10) £200-250
92.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Table Spoons, possibly George Smith III, London 1782; Together with A Smaller Hallmarked Silver Spoon, IB, London 1834, total weight 160grams. (3) £30-50
93.     A Set of Five Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Forks, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1799, crested; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Old English Pattern Table Fork, George Smith & William Fearn, London 1795, crested, total weight 260grams. (6) £60-80
94.     A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Handled Old English Pattern Knives, TS, Sheffield 1996; Together with Assorted Plated Old English Pattern Forks, knives and two hallmarked silver fish forks. £40-60
94A.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Berry Spoons, JW, London (possibly 1809), each with detailed handle and foliate bowl; Together with Three Hallmarked Silver Sauce Ladles, George Adams, London 1853, Thomas James, London 1809, (makers mark rubbed) London 1795; and an Old English Fiddle and Thread pattern teaspoon, total weight 325grms. (6) £180-200
95.     A Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, Eustace G. Parker, Birmingham 1900, of plain oval form, the hinged lid with glazed panel enclosing hand painted miniature of an Indian palace scene, 4.5cms wide. £60-80
96.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Sugar Tongs, Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1806; Together with Another Pair, part hallmarked; and a babies spoon. (3) £20-40
97.     A Hallmarked Silver Teapot, Daniel & Charles Houle, London 1850, allover detailed in relief with flowers and scrolls, the hinged lif with flowerhead finial, 560grams. £150-200
98.     A Set of Eight Heavy Gauge Hallmarked Silver Napkin Rings, R. Carr Ltd, Sheffield 2001, hand engraved 1-8, total weight 465grams, in original fitted boxes. £150-180
99.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Candlesticks, R. Carr Ltd, Sheffield 1997, 25cms high. £300-350
100.    A Large Hallmarked Silver Bottle Coaster, R. Carr Ltd, Sheffield 2001, with leaf scroll and gadrooned border and turned wooden base, bearing feature hallmarks, overall diameter 18cms. £400-450
101.    A Modern Hallmarked Silver Pill Box, of circular form, the hinged lid detailed in relief with ribbon tied garland swag. £20-25
102.    A Pair of Britannia Standard Hallmarked Silver Champagne Flutes, R. Carr Ltd, Sheffield 2000, 29.3cms high.
*Currently listed on Harrods Website (mahogany cased) £2,499. £400-500
103.    Two Modern Hallmarked Silver Gilt Commemorative Preserve Spoons, The Queens Golden Jubilee 2002, with feature hallmarks. (2) £40-50
104.    A Hallmarked Silver Seven Bar Toast Rack, JD&S, Sheffield 1911, with angular high central loop handle, 235grams. £50-80
105.    A Hallmarked Silver Teapot, Messrs Hutton, London 1903, of oval semi reeded form, 510grams. £100-150
106.    A Hallmarked Silver Hot Water Pot, Messrs Hutton, Sheffield 1911, of baluster form, semi reeded, on circular spreading base, 510grams. £100-150
107.    A Hallmarked Silver Teapot, (marks rubbed) of circular form with raised band and leaf capped scroll handle, raised on circular spreading base, 465grams. £80-120
108.    A Hallmarked Silver Jug, HA, Sheffield 1912, of plain compressed circular form, with wide spout and high loop handle, 125grams. £25-40
109.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Twin Branch Three Light Candelabra, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1964, the elliptical tapering columns supporting twin scroll branches and central light, each with removable nozzle, on spreading base, (converting to a pair of single candlesticks), overall height 36.5cms. £250-350
110.    A Millennium Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Teaset, C.J. Vander Ltd, Sheffield 2000, each of plain design, with angular loop handle; Together with Matching Twin Handled Tray, C.J. Vander Ltd, Sheffield 2000, of plain design, with reeded edge and handles, total weight 3645grams. (5) £900-1100
111.    A Hallmarked Silver Bowl, Wakely & Wheeler, London 1978, of plain design, with reeded edge, 11.5cms diameter; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Mustard Spoon. (2) £40-60
112.    A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Cruet Set, K.M.S, Birmingham 1998, each of plain oval form, with reeded edge; together with two hallmarked silver spoons. (5) £50-70
113.    A Hallmarked Silver Bottle Coaster, MCH, London 1998, of plain design with feature hallmarks, beaded edge and turned wood base, 10cms diameter, boxed; Together with A Millennium Hallmarked Silver Example, boxed. (2) £40-60
114.    A Matched Pair of Hallmarked Silver Sugar Casters, Julius Rosenthal & Samuel Jacob, London 1886, 1887, each of inverted baluster form, allover detailed in relief, on circular spreading base (bases weighted), 10.5cms high (damaged). (2) £40-60
115.    A Large Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Sugar Bowl, (makers mark rubbed) London 1804, of plain design with reeded border and angular twin loop handles, on plain rim base, 300grams. £100-150
116.    A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Cruet Set, P.H. Vogel & Co, Birmingham 1994, each of plain design with feature hallmarks, together with associated spoon, in original fitted case. £60-80
117.    A Hallmarked Silver Waiter, Mappin & Webb, London 1907, of circular form, with planished centre, within scroll pierced border, 20.2cms diameter, 235grams. £100-120
118.    A Chinese Casket, of rectangular form, allover detailed in relief the hinged lid with latch style clasp, raised on bracket feet, 24.5cms wide, 20.5cms high. £250-350
119.    A Chinese Box, of shaped design, allover detailed in relief to the front, the side with strap loops and removable panel back, 18.8cms high, together with a protective fabric cover. £150-250
120.    A Turned Hardwood Bowl and Cover, of circular form, with applied detail in relief, depicting animals and scrolls, with collet set highlights, 17cms high. £150-250
121.    A Chinese Coffee Pot, of baluster form with elongated slender spout, allover detailed in relief with exotic bird and sinuous dragon, the lid with exotic bird finial, overall height 32cms. £100-150
122.    A Chinese Teapot, allover detailed in relief with sinuous dragons, with dragon head handle and spout, with cabochon highlights and pull off cover, 14.5cms high. £150-200
123.    A Chinese Teapot, allover detailed in relief with sinuous dragons, with dragon head handle and spout, with inset highlight, the pull off cover on chain connection, 15.8cms high. £150-200
124.    A Pair of Chinese Mugs, each of tapering cylindrical form, allover detailed in relief with exotic birds and flowers, and sinuous dragon scroll handle, 12cms high. (2) £150-250
125.    A Chinese Conch Shell, with applied detail in relief, depicting sinuous dragon and animals, with collet set highlights, 21.5cms long. £60-90
126.    A Chinese Turned Hardwood Bowl, with applied decoration in relief, depicting animals and scrolls, with sinuous dragon to the underside, 17.2cms diameter. £60-80
127.    A Chinese Lidded Pot, (possibly resin lined) allover detailed in relief with sinuous dragons and animals, with collet set highlights, the pull off cover with circular collet set cabochon finial, 15.5cms high. £80-120
128.    A Large Oval Twin Handled Tray, detailed to the centre with an elephant, within wide outer border, pierced and detailed in relief with animals, between shaped loop handles, 54cms wide. £70-100
129.    A Charger, of shaped circular form, pierced and detailed in relief with exotic birds, flowers and Chinese Koi carp, 39.5cms diameter. £150-200
130.    A Taiwanese Bowl, allover profusely decorated in relief, depicting figures and animals, within wooded landscape, rim 19cms diameter. £250-350
131.    A Decorative Bowl, allover detailed in relief with panels of flowerheads, with wavy rim, raised on three foliate scroll feet, 21cms diameter. £150-200
132.    A Pair of Taiwanese Tankards, each of tapering cylindrical form, allover detailed in relief with figures, elephants and horses, with mythical fish handle, 12cms high. (2) £200-300
133.    A Cambodian Elephant Betel Box, allover detailed in relief, with raised trunk and kneeling hind legs, overall height 21.3cms, stamped "T900". £70-100
134.    A Cambodian Decorative Lidded Box, as a stylised pumpkin, with applied scroll detail, stamped "T90%", 16cms wide. £100-150
135.    A Decorative Dish, of stylised fruit design, allover detailed in relief, raised on three scroll feet, 20cms diameter. £80-120
136.    A Middle Eastern Box, of rectangular form, allover pierced and detailed in relief, depicting exotic birds and foliage, the hinged lid with latch style clasp, stamped "Miss India 92.5", 17.5cms wide. £200-250
137.    A Middle Eastern Lidded Box, of oval form, allover detailed in relief with foliate scrolls, the hinged lid with latch style clasp, indistinctly stamped, 17cms wide. £150-200
138.    A Middle Eastern Pot Pourri, of circular form allover pierced, the pull off cover with exotic bird finial, stamped "92.5". £100-150
139.    A Middle Eastern Tray, of shaped circular form, allover detailed in relief with foliate leaf scrolls, within raised border of hearts, raised on four ball feet 27.5cms diameter. £150-200
140.    A Middle Eastern Dish, of shaped circular form, within textured border, raised on three paw and ball feet, 25.5cms diameter. £150-200
141.    A Middle Eastern Dish, of circular form, with planished centre, within wide textured border, 23.2cms diameter. £100-150
142.    A Pair of Decorative Middle Eastern Vases, each of inverted baluster form, allover detailed in relief with band of marching elephants and foliate leaf scrolls, with reeded neck, stamped "925" "Silver", 22cms high. (2) £150-200
143.    A Middle Eastern Bowl, allover detailed in relief, depicting exotic birds amongst foliage, stamped "925", rim 15cms diameter. £150-200
144.    A Middle Eastern Bowl, allover foliate scroll pierced, raised on three leaf feet, 19.8cms diameter. £100-150
145.    A Middle Eastern Bowl, allover foliate scroll pierced, raised on three feet, stamped "900", 18cms diameter. £100-150
146.    A Middle Eastern Bowl, allover foliate pierced, between twin lion mask and ring handles, raised on circular spreading base, 18.4cms diameter. £100-150
147.    A Middle Eastern Box, of rectangular form, the hinged lid detailed in relief with warring figures and elephants, indistinctly stamped to the underside "Sterling 925", 23.6cms wide. £80-120
148.    A Decorative Middle Eastern Lidded Box, of oval form, allover detailed in relief, raised on four leaf scroll feet, 17cms diameter. £60-80
149.    A Middle Eastern Three Piece Teaset, of small proportions, each allover detailed with foliate leaf scrolls, raised on four decorative feet, teapot stamped "Silver", jug and sugar bowl stamped "800". (3) £100-150
150.    A Middle Eastern Three Piece Teaset, each of baluster form, allover detailed in relief with foliate leaf scrolls, with shaped handles, stamped "Silver" "92,5". (3) £200-300
151.    A Middle Eastern Lidded Box, of circular form, allover pierced and detailed in relief with foliate scrolls, the hinged lid with latch style clasp, stamped "925", 16cms wide. £100-150
152.    A Middle Eastern Lidded Box, of oval form, allover detailed in relief with foliate scrolls, the hinged lid with latch style clasp, stamped "Silver", 12.3cms wide. £50-80
153.    A Middle Eastern Vase, of globular form, allover detailed in relief with marching elephants, with plain flared rim, stamped "900", 11.4cms high; A Smaller Vase, detailed with leaf scrolls. (2) £60-80
154.    An Indian Dish, of shallow circular form, pierced, with reeded edge and twin reeded loop handles, on rim base, stamped "Miss India" "92.5", overall width 17.5cms. £70-100
155.    A Taiwanese Pedestal Bowl, the circular flared bowl allover detailed, raised on pedestal base of similar design, inscribed "995". £70-100
156.    A Decorative Dish, of shaped circular form with wide flared rim, allover detailed in relief, with central strawberry, raised on three scroll feet, 18.5cms diameter. £30-50
157.    A Decorative Egyptian Platter, of oval form, the wide border detailed in relief with foliate leaf scrolls, stamped marks, 35.5cms wide. £40-60
158.    A Vase, of squat circular form, with reeded body, below band of stylised leaves, on spreading circular base, indistinctly stamped "925" "Silver". £50-80
159.    A Novelty Indian Lidded Box, as a tablas drum, 8.5cms high, stamped "Silver". £60-80
160.    An Egyptian Three Piece Coffee Set, each semi reeded on circular pedestal base, stamped marks. (3) £200-300
161.    David Andersen; A Set of Twelve Green and White Enamel Demi-Tasse Spoons, stamped makers mark and "925 S". (12) £120-150
162.    A Spanish 916/000 Four Piece Teaset, each of plain design, initialled, stamped "D. Garcia"; Together with Matching Twin Handled Tray, initialled, stamped "916/000" "D. Garcia". (5) £400-600
163.    A Set of Eight Spanish Cups and Saucers, the cups gilt lined, initialled, stamped "A. Munoz" "916". £80-120
164.    A Pair of Spanish Cups and Saucers, stamped "916" "G. Sanz". £30-50
165.    A Set of Six Cups and Saucers, initialled, with reeded detail, stamped "G.B.C." "800" (damages). £50-70
166.    A Pair of Continental Comports, each of circular form with detail to border, raised on circular pedestal base, stamped "900", 23.1cms diameter. (2) £150-200
167.    A Pair of Plates, of shaped circular form, stamped "Perez Hnos" (Perez Hermanos) "916", initialled; Together with A Larger Pair of Plates, of similar design, indistinctly stamped and inscribed. (4) £60-80
168.    A Footed Dish, with wide border, pierced and detailed in relief, on circular spreading base, stamped "Perez Hnos" (Perez Hermanos) "916/000", 25cms diameter. £80-120
169.    A Pair of Chargers, each of shaped circular form, detailed in relief to the border, initialled, stamped "900", one stamped "L. Anduiza", 27.8cms diameter. (2) £200-300
170.    A Plate, of plain circular form with ribbon and reed style border, initialled, stamped "Perera" "916", 27.5cms diameter. £70-100
171.    A German Dish, of elongated oval form, with textured border, stamped "800", crescent and crown and "Meyen & Co", 32cms wide. £40-60
172.    A Pair of Pin Dishes, each of shaped rectangular form, initialled, stamped "Perez Hnos" (Perez Hermanos) "916/000". (2) £20-30
173.    A Rectangular Trinket Dish, of plain design, initialled, stamped "916/000" "D. Garcia", 23cms diameter; Together with A Page Turner, with pistol style handle, overall length 29.3cms. (2) £30-50
174.    A Part Canteen of 916/000 Cutlery, comprising sixteen table forks, six table spoons, four smaller spoons, five teaspoons, three fish forks, five fish knives, a serving fork, basting spoon and ladle, all initialled; together with twenty two knives (varying sizes). £200-300
175.    A Pair of Bowls, each of plain design with ribbon and reed style edge, stamped "I. Alcalde" "916/000"; Together with Another Pair, stamped "Plata de Ley" "916/000". (4) £40-60
176.    A Crumb Scoop, with ribbon and reed edge, stamped "Plata de Ley" "916/000"; A Tea Strainer, and dish. (3) £30-50
177.    A Comport, of plain circular form with textured border, on circular spreading base, indistinctly stamped "916" "Adradas". £50-70
178.    A Continental Box, of rectangular form, allover detailed in relief with animals and arches, in the medieval style, complete with key, stamped marks, 12.5cms wide. £80-120
179.    Kremos Roma; A Decorative Jug, of baluster form, allover detailed in relief, with wide spout and foliate capped scroll handle, on three foliate capped pad feet, stamped crescent and crown mark, "800" and "Kremos Roma", 9.8cms high; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Sugar Bowl, J&C, Birmingham 1911, with wavy cut edge and twin scroll handled (one detached), on four pad feet, 14grams. (2) £70-100
180.    A Dutch Magnifying Glass, bearing import marks for London 1899, the decorative tapering handle allover detailed in relief with vignettes (glass chipped), overall length 25cms. £40-60
181.    A Continental Trinket Dish, of shaped oval form, detailed in relief to the centre with stag and hound, within shaped border detailed with fruit and twin leaf scroll handles, overall diameter 18.5cms; Together with A Decorative Pierced Dish, of Middle Eastern star style, 10cms diameter. (2) £40-60
182.    Volmer Bahner; A Danish Enamel Pepperette and Salt, each highlighted in dark red enamel, stamped "VB" "Sterling Denmark", complete with spoon. (3) £40-60
183.    A Swedish Vase, of tapering cylindrical form, inscribed "S.S.W. 1 sta Prie(?) 1913", stamped marks "GAB" "L7", 10cms high; Together with A Mug, stamped to the underside "Wallace Sterling 4227"; and a pair of German spoons, stamped crescent and crown and "800". (4) £25-40
184.    A XIX Century Style Continental Vinaigrette, in the form of a clog, allover detailed in relief, with hinged lid and internal grille, 6.5cms long. £50-80
185.    A Russian Fiddle Pattern Ladle, stamped makers mark, Assay Master Andrey Kovalsky, engraved detail to the handle, 31.5cms long. £70-100
186.    A Pair of Dutch Servers, of scissor action; Together with A Pair of Dutch Forks, the wide handles with leaf scroll engraved decoration; A Sifter Spoon, and a further spoon, with pointed bowl. (5) £50-80
187.    A Modern Bowl, of circular form with hammered finish, on rim base, stamped "Sterling", 18cms diameter. £70-90
188.    A Continental Box, of tapering rectangular form, with canted corners and hinged lid (hinge damaged), 4cms high; Together with A Vesta Case, of basket weave design; and a circular lidded trinket pot, stamped "Orli". (3) £30-40
189.    A Pair of Tanzanite and Diamond Cluster Earstuds, each trap cut tanzanite claw set within border of brilliant cut diamonds. £600-650
190.    A Pair of Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone claw set. £300-400
191.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Earrings, each of flowerhead design, claw set throughout. £50-70
192.    A Pair of 18ct White Gold Diamond and Pearl Set Earrings, each claw set single stone surmount, suspending single pearl drop. £100-120
193.    A Pair of Black Pearl Earstuds, stamped "9ct". £30-40
194.    A Pair of Single Stone Opal Earstuds, each circular cabochon claw set. £50-60
195.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Single Stone Garnet Set Earrings, rectangular claw set. £30-40
196.    A Pair of Sapphire Single Stone Earstuds, each oval stone claw set. £50-60
197.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set. £260-300
198.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set. £540-560
199.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Cluster Earstuds, claw set throughout with brilliant cut stones. £550-580
200.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Princess Cut Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each stone four claw set. £540-560
201.    A Pair of Modern Tanzanite and Diamond Cluster Earstuds, each oval tanzanite four claw set, within claw set border of brilliant cut diamonds. £1650-1700
202.    A Pair of Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set. £400-450
205.    A Charm Necklace, the belcher link chain suspending numerous assorted pendants, including loose set George V Sovereign, 1912, loose set George V half Sovereign, 1913, Edward VII half Sovereign, 1905, with applied pendant mount, hardstone inset swivel fob, a 9ct gold wedding band, charms etc. £600-800
206.    A Long Chain, stamped "750", suspending heart shape pendant, inset to the centre, indistinctly stamped "750". £100-150
207.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Pendant, of crossover design, channel set, on 18ct white gold chain. £400-450
208.    A Modern 18ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Pendant, the brilliant cut stone four claw set, with split bale, on 18ct gold Figaro link chain. £675-700
210.    An Edwardian Openwork Pendant, heart shape collet set to the centre, with pearl highlights, suspending claw set drop, stamped "9ct", on a chain. £80-120
211.    A Victorian Turquoise Set Pendant, of circular design with three torpedo drops, below scroll surmount and bale of similar design, on a chain; Together with Matching Brooch. (2) £100-150
212.    A Modern Single Stone Diamond Pendant, the brilliant cut stone four claw set, on 18ct gold chain. £150-180
213.    An Edwardian Pearl and Diamond Set Openwork Pendant, of flowerhead design, with turquoise set highlights, stamped "15ct", on elongated bale. £150-200
214.    A XIX Century Coral Cross Pendant, 4cms long (excluding suspension loop); Together with A 9ct Gold Hardstone Inset Swivel Fob Pendant. (2) £40-60
215.    A Single Strand Graduated Pearl Bead Necklace, knotted to 9ct gold marquise shape clasp; Together with A Polished Hardstone Necklace, to earlier clasp with collet set turquoise highlights. (2) £40-60
216.    A Modern 9ct Gold Necklace, of uniform textured design, to snap clasp. £400-500
219.    A XIX Century Hairwork Mourning Brooch, the central oval glazed panel enclosing hairwork, within leaf applied scroll border and glazed verso, inscribed "G W Smith Obt Oct 1 1862 Oet 27". £100-150
220.    A Large XIX Century Oval Swivel Locket Brooch, within scroll applied border; Together with A Smaller Example, within twisted border. (2) £100-120
221.    An Opal and Diamond Set Bar Brooch, of graduated design, circular claw set on knife edge bar. £80-120
222.    A Modern Brooch, of flowerhead design with scroll loop detail, stamped "375"; Together with A Hardstone Panel Brooch, stamped "9ct". (2) £40-60
223.    A Single Stone Opal Set Stickpin, the elongated oval cabochon claw set. £70-100
224.    A Diamond Set Bar Brooch, as a bird, on plain bar, stamped "9ct"; Together with Another Bar Brooch, as an owl, on knife edge bar. (2) £70-100
225.    A XIX Century Brooch, of circular form, collet set to the centre within oval collet set border and glazed locket verso; Together with A Single Stone Brooch, circular collet set. (2) £70-100
226.    A XIX Century Ashford Marble Panel Brooch, depicting lily of the valley spray; Together with Hardstone, Micromosaic and Other Brooches. (5) £30-50
229.    A Box Link Bracelet, stamped "750" (damaged); a further bracelet, stamped "750"; and a fancy link chain. £70-90
230.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Tennis Bracelet, of uniform design, claw set throughout with brilliant cut stones, to snap clasp, approximate total diamond weight 3.35cts. £1950-2000
232.    A 9ct Gold Curb Link Bracelet, of uniform design, to heart shape padlock clasp. £200-250
233.    A 9ct Gold Gate Link Style Bracelet, to heart shape padlock clasp, suspending another heart shape padlock clasp. £150-180
235.    An 18ct Gold Emerald Cut Single Stone Diamond Ring, the 7x5mm stone four claw set between plain shoulders. £1500-1800
236.    An 18ct Gold Three Stone Ring, graduated star set to the front. £70-100
237.    An 18ct Gold Emerald and Diamond Seven Stone Ring, alternately set within engraved setting and engraved shank. £600-700
238.    An 18ct Gold Emerald and Diamond Set Ring, of graduated design with claw set highlights, within scroll carved setting. £150-200
239.    A Pearl Set Dress Ring, with collet set highlights, stamped. £100-120
240.    An 18ct Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Set Dress Ring, claw set with three emerald cut tanzanites, with brilliant cut diamond spacers, within scroll carved setting. £500-600
241.    A Modern Pearl Set Dress Ring, set with black and white pearls, of crossover twist design, stamped "585". £150-180
242.    A Single Stone Opal Ring, the central oval cabochon four claw set, between crossover shoulders with claw set highlights, stamped "14k" "585". £100-150
243.    A Large Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, the central (9mm) oval sapphire claw set, within claw set border of ten brilliant cut diamonds. £3000-4000
244.    A Single Stone Dress Ring, circular collet rubover set, high between plain shoulders. £150-180
245.    An 18ct Gold Aquamarine and Diamond Cluster Ring, rectangular set to the centre, within claw set border. £500-550
246.    A Single Stone Dress Ring, circular claw set, stamped "18ct". £40-50
247.    A Single Stone Dress Ring, circular claw set, stamped. £40-50
248.    A Four Stone Dress Ring, of uniform design. £100-120
249.    A Ruby Set Cluster Ring, of circular design (stones missing). £40-50
250.    A Wishbone Ring, of elongated design with claw set highlights, stamped "18ct". £100-150
251.    An 18ct Gold Three Stone Ring, graduated star set. £50-70
252.    An 18ct Gold Pink Tourmaline Single Stone Dress Ring, of Elizabethan style, the central cushion shape stone collet rubover set, between four collet set cabochons, to the cardinal points. £250-300
253.    A Platinum Millennium Cut Single Stone Diamond Ring, corner claw set, between diamond set shoulers, stamped "1.01". £700-900
254.    A Modern 14ct White Gold Diamond Set Half Eternity Style Ring, alternately set with brilliant and baguette cut stones. £400-500
255.    A Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, rectangular collet set to the centre, within shaped border of brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "750". £500-550
256.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone illusion set. £100-150
257.    An 18ct Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, claw set with brilliant cut stones, stamped "1.00 Dia". £200-300
258.    An Art Deco Diamond Set Ring, the high square panel set with graduated old and single cut stones, between textured stepped shoulders, indistinctly stamped. £400-500
259.    A Modern 18ct Gold Seven Stone Diamond Set Cluster Ring, of flowerhead design, set throughout with old cut stones. £500-600
260.    A Gent's 18ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, of Victorian style, the (6.5mm) brilliant cut stone claw set. £300-400
261.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, of Victorian style, the brilliant cut stone reeded claw set, stamped "18ct". £150-250
262.    A Gent's Diamond Set Ring, rubover set to the centre with three rows of five uniform brilliant cut stones, between two colour shoulders, stamped "14k". £200-300
263.    An 18ct Gold Five Stone Diamond Ring, of uniform design, claw set with brilliant cut stones. £975-1000
264.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Five Stone Diamond Ring, of uniform design, claw set with brilliant cut stones. £1675-1700
265.    An 18ct Gold Seven Stone Diamond Cluster Ring, of flowerhead design, claw set with brilliant cut stones. £1875-2000
266.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Tanzanite and Diamond Set Dress Ring, the central emerald cut tanzanite claw set between two bands of brilliant cut diamonds. £1400-1450
267.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone halo set within border of smaller brilliant cut stones.
*Newey's (Birmingham) purchase receipt dated 29/12/2015 for £1,475. £500-600
268.    A Diamond Set Cocktail Ring, claw set to the centre with a brilliant cut stone, within claw set shaped border of baguette, marquise and smaller brilliant cut diamonds. £1500-1800
269.    A Large 18ct White Gold Sapphire and Diamond Set Cluster Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, within stepped border of brilliant cut diamonds. £700-800
270.    An 18ct Gold Pear Shape Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (7mm long) stone claw set. £500-550
271.    An 18ct Gold Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (7mm) brilliant cut stone claw set. £1000-1200
272.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (8mm) brilliant cut stone claw set, stamped "750". £1200-1500
273.    A Modern Platinum Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone semi rubover set, between plain shoulders.
*Beaverbrooks Diamond Care Card stating purchase date 10/10/03. £400-500
274.    A Modern Platinum Plain Wedding Band. £100-120
275.    An 18ct Gold Gent's Diamond Set Serpent Ring, of coiled design, set with graduated old cut stones. £300-400
276.    A Gent's Signet Ring, with plain oval panel, indistinctly stamped. £100-150
277.    A 22ct Gold Ring, star set to the front with a single stone. £80-120
278.    A 9ct Gold Wishbone Ring, together with a 9ct gold claw set ring and another ring. (3) £30-50
279.    A Large Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (8mm) old brilliant cut stone claw set between diamond set shoulders, stamped "Plat". £2000-3000
280.    A Diamond Set Eternity Band, set throughout with uniform old brilliant cut stones. £250-300
281.    A Large Five Stone Diamond Ring, claw set throughout with graduated old cut stones, stamped "18ct". £1500-2000
282.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, claw set with three graduated old cut stones, stamped "18ct". £1000-1500
283.    An 18ct Gold Gent's Ring, of knot design; Together with A Gent's Signet Ring, (damages). (2) £100-150
284.    An 18ct Gold Gent's Signet Ring, the shield shape panel initialled "JE". £180-220
285.    An Early XIX Century 18ct Gold Mourning Ring, with central hair work panel within pearl border, between trifurcated shoulders, indistinctly inscribed "Francis Ob 10 Jan 1828 Oe:53", London 1823; A 15ct Gold Cluster Ring. (2) £100-150
286.    A XIX Century Turquoise Set Ring, of cluster design, between openwork scroll shoulders; Together with A Five Stone Ring, of graduated design. (2) £70-100
287.    An Art Deco Emerald and Diamond Set Eternity Band, alternately set, Together with An 18ct White Gold Plain Wedding Band. (2) £150-200
288.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £150-200
289.    An Emerald Set Ring, of graduated design within scroll carved setting; Together with An 18ct Gold Patterned Wedding Band. £120-160
290.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £100-130
291.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £100-130
292.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band. £100-130
293.    A Nine Stone Diamond Cluster Ring, set throughout with brilliant cut stones, stamped "18ct" "Plat". £450-600
295.    A Set of Six Gent's Dress Buttons, each set with mother of pearl, in original fitted case. £40-60
296.    A Pair of Stylish 18ct Gold Lapis Lazuli Set Gent's Cufflinks, each composed of two circular panels, collet set, on textured swivel bar back. £600-700
297.    An Art Deco Style Gent's Dress Set, comprising pair of cufflinks, pair of studs and four buttons, each of square panel form with mother of pearl detail, stamped "9ct", in original fitted case. £200-250
298.    A Pair of 18ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, the plain and engine turned rectangular panels on chain connections. £150-200
299.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, the plain and initialled oval panels on chain connections. £60-80
300.    Rotary Club Glasgow; A Medallion Pendant, highlighted in blue enamel, circular collet set to the centre, stamped "15ct", suspended on blue ribbon below bar brooch "Past President" "S. S. Samuel President 1926", in original fitted case. £150-200
301.    A Victorian Gent's Pocketwatch Clip, of openwork design, suspending chain and swivel clasp, together with a hardstone inset seal fob pendant, stamped "10ct"; Together with An Aitchison & Co London & Leeds Gun Metal Cased Pocket Pedometer/Distance Measurer. (3) £30-50
302.    A 9ct Gold Fancy Link Bracelet, of openwork design, loose set with four Elizabeth II Sovereigns, all dated 1958. £600-800
303.    A George V Half Sovereign, 1913, loose set within pendant mount; An Edward VII Half Sovereign, curved, with applied ring shank. (2) £70-100
304.    A George V Sovereign, 1912, loose set within pendant mount, the elongated bale stamped "9kt". £200-250
305.    A Pair of George V Half Sovereign Earrings, 1914, 1915, each loose set. £150-200
306.    A Victoria Sovereign, 1892 (M), loose set, on 9ct gold chain. £150-200
307.    An Edward VII Sovereign, 1903 (S), loose set in gent's ring mount, with scroll pierced shoulders, stamped "9ct". £150-200
308.    A George V Half Sovereign, 1911, loose set within 9ct gold pendant mount, of scroll design. £100-150
309.    A George V Sovereign, 1911, loose set in 9ct gold pendant mount, with claw set highlights, on a 9ct gold chain. £250-350
310.    A George V Sovereign, 1912. £180-200
311.    A 9ct Gold Fancy Panel Pendant, of pierced scroll design with claw set highlights, loose set to the centre with a Victoria Sovereign, 1881, on a chain (damaged). £200-300
312.    A 9ct Gold Curb Link Albert Chain, suspending T-bar (damaged). £300-350
313.    A 9ct Gold Curb Link Albert Chain, suspending T-bar and medallion pendant. £500-550
314.    An 18ct Gold Albert Chain, fetter-and-three link, to double swivel clasps, suspending detachable T-bar. £1200-1500
315.    A Fancy Link Chain, stamped "375" to swivel style clasp (damages). £500-600
317.    Rolex; An Oyster Perpetual DateJust Bubble Back Gent's Wristwatch, Ref:5031, (serial number unclear) the signed dial with baton markers and date aperture, the movement stamped "Rolex Perpetual Chronometer", within bubble back (36mm) case (case back numbered 5031) (winder detached), on a Rolex strap with buckle. £600-800
318.    A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the square dial with baton markers, within plain case, to integral textured three colour bracelet with 9ct gold clasp. £150-200
319.    Buler; A Gent's Wristwatch, the signed circular dial with baton markers, within plain case stamped "18k 750", on later bracelet with 9ct gold clasp. £250-350
320.    Rado; A Coupole Diamond Set Ladies Wristwatch, (R22850703) the signed black dial with diamond highlights, to two tone bracelet, in original box with (2 year) International Warranty Card stating date of purchase from Goldsmiths on 05/04/2016.
*This watch is currently listed on Goldsmiths website at £1,320 £700-800
321.    Longines; A Le Grand Classique Diamond Set Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with diamond highlights, to integral two tone bracelet, in original box and International Warranty Card stating purchase from Goldsmiths on 9/8/11.
*This watch is currently listed on Goldsmiths website at £1,100. £300-400
322.    Tissot; A Seastar Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers and date aperture, on later strap. £100-150
323.    Omega; A Gent's 'Bumper' Wristwatch, the signed dial with part Arabic numerals, dagger markers and seconds subsidiary dial, within plain 14k gold filled case, on later strap. £200-250
324.    Rolex; A 1980's Oyster Perpetual (69178) Datejust Ladies Wristwatch, serial number R431944 (for 1988), the signed black dial with date aperture, within (after set) diamond set bezel, to President bracelet (stamped number 8570 F), in a Rolex box.
*This watch has no certificate. £4000-4500
325.    Omega; An Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers and date aperture, within plain case stamped "W 18K 0,750", to integral tapering smooth link bracelet with Omega clasp stamped "W 750". £800-1200
326.    Josarn; A Diamond Set Ladies Cocktail Wristwatch, the signed dial with dagger markers, within plain case stamped "Plat", with diamond set bezel, to integral diamond set bracelet with snap clasp. £300-500
327.    A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the white dial with black and red Arabic numerals, within plain case, to detachable expanding bracelet, stamped "9ct"; Together with Another Example, on expanding bracelet, inscribed "9ct". (2) £200-250
328.    International Watch Co Schaffhausen; A Gent's Wristwatch, (pocketwatch conversion), the signed dial with black Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, with see through case back, on a strap. £400-600
329.    Omega; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Trench Style Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Omega, within plain case, bearing import marks (rubbed), on a strap. £150-250
330.    Rolex; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Trench Style Gent's Wristwatch, the signed black dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement stamped "Rolex 15 Jewels", within hunter style case, bearing import marks for London 1917, the screw down case back inscribed "In Recognition of 12 Years Valuable Service with Hon. C.R. Molesworth", on later strap. £400-500
331.    Rotary; A 9ct Gold Cased Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with Arabic numerals and baton markers, within plain case, on a strap. £70-100
332.    Hebdomas Patent; An 8 Day Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with black and red Roman numerals ans part visible movement, within plain gun metal case, on later strap. £30-50
333.    A Gent's Chronograph Wristwatch, (pocketwatch conversion), the offset unsigned dial with black, red, green and blue Arabic numerals, two subsidiary dials and centre seconds hand, within plain gun metal case with applied lugs, on a strap. £400-600
334.    Rolex; A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the signed dial with black and red Arabic numerals, the movement stamped "Rolex", within plain case, bearing import marks for London 1913, on expanding bracelet stamped "9ct". £200-300
335.    West End Watch Co; A Regulator Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals and two subsidiary dials, within plain case, on a military trench style strap. £150-250
338.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Fob Watch, the dial with Roman numerals, the movement unsigned, within foliate engraved case, London 1886; Together with Another Example, the movement cover inscribed "Manufactured for H. E. (?)..inks Pontefract", within engine turned case, Chester 1890; and a Continental cased example, the decorative dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, within foliate engraved case, stamped "0.935". (3) £20-40
339.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Fob Watch, the decorative dial with Roman numerals and gilt highlights, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case with initialled cartouche; Together with A Continental Cased Hunter Fob Watch, the dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, the movement cover inscribed "Full Jeweled Patent Lever", within plain case. (2) £25-40
340.    A XIX Century Ladies Fob Watch, within decorative case, stamped "9k"; Together with A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, on expanding bracelet stamped "9ct"; and a belcher link muff type chain, stamped "9ct". (3) £150-200
342.    Oris; A Gold Plated Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with line markers, within slim plain case; together with a chain. £40-60
343.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, the 'Speed The Plough' decorated dial with black Roman numerals, the movement signed Wm Revill, within plain case and plain pair case, Birmingham 1839. £200-250
344.    Record; A Gold Plated Cased Half Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Record W. Co, within engine turned case. £40-50
345.    Bravingtons Renown; A Gold Plated Cased Half Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within plain case. £40-50
346.    J.G. Graves Sheffield The Express English Lever; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed J.G. Graves Sheffield, within engine turned case, Birmingham 1898. £80-90
347.    A Continental Cased Openface Chronograph Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and centre seconds, the movement stamped "Grossmann", within engine turned case (worn), stamped "Fine Silver". £40-50
348.    A Continental Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within case initialled "S.J.A.", stamped "0,935"; Together with A Pocketwatch Display Stand. (2) £50-60
349.    A Continental Cased Masonic Openface Pocketwatch, the coloured dial depicting set square and compass, the movement unsigned, the movement cover inscribed "Jays 366 Essex Road London N.", within plain case, stamped "0,935". £80-100
350.    T. Fattorini Bolton & Skipton "The Trusty Non Magnetic Lever"; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case, import marks for London 1918. £40-50
351.    G.E. Shepherdson Middlesbro; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed G.E. Shepherdson Middlesbro, within plain case with vacant cartouche, 1878, £40-50
352.    H Samuel Manchester; A Continental Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case, stamped "0,935". £40-50
353.    A Late XIX Century Rosewood Pocketwatch Stand, with marquetry inlay, overall height 16cms; Together with A Modern Hillwood Pocketwatch Stand, 14cms high. (2) £30-50
354.    A Large Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the (64mm) dial with bold black Roman numerals, the movement unsigned, within plain case, possibly Birmingham 1816 (marks rubbed). £60-80
355.    An 18ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement with diamond end stone, signed Geo Carley & Co 30 Ely Place London, within engine turned case, London 1868. £300-400
356.    An 18ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed J Preston Prescot, within plain case with vacant cartouche, London 1855. £300-400
357.    An Ottoman Hunter Pocketwatch, the white dial with hand painted flowers and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement cover inscribed "N.48463" "Perret & Fils", within engine turned and enamelled case, (possibly) depicting Ahmed Mukhtar Pasha, stamped "0.875 84"; together with fancy link chain.
*Born in 1832, Pasha was an Ottoman field marshal and grand vizier (Prime Minister of the Ottoman Sultan). £80-120
358.    Hunt & Roskell London; An 18ct Gold Cased Repeater Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed white dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Hunt & Roskell 156, New Bond Street London and numbered "No.12451", within case detailed to the front with colourful enamel Coat of Arms and motto "Fortiter Et Celeriter" (Boldly and Quickly), initialled to the reverse within floral circlet, London 1868. £700-1000
359.    An 18ct Gold Cased Openface Chronograph Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman and Arabic numerals and centre seconds, the movement signed G Burrell 5 King Street Sheffield, within plain case, Chester 1909. £500-700
360.    An 18ct Gold Cased Openface Chronograph Pocketwatch, the unsigned dial with black Roman numerals and centre seconds, the movement signed Thos Russell & Son Liverpool Makers to The Queen, within engine turned case, initialled, Chester 1878. £500-700
361.    An 18ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the engine turned dial with Roman numerals, the movement signed Robt Roskell Liverpool and numbered 22265, within plain case, Chester (possibly) 1835; Together with A 9ct Gold Albert Chain, suspending T-bar and hardstone inset swivel pendant. £600-800
362.    T. Fattorini Skipton Watch & Chronometer Manufacturer; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed T. Fattorini Skipton, within plain case with vacant cartouche, Chester 1902. £60-70
363.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement stamped "15 Jewels", within engine turned case, bearing import marks for London 1929. £40-50
364.    An 18ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, the movement cover inscribed "Presented to Mr James Hirst by the Officials & Workmen of the Wombwell Mail Collieries Nov. 2nd 1901", within plain case, Chester 1899. £400-500
365.    Four Gold Plated Cased Hunter Pocketwatches, dials signed American Waltham U.S.A, Waltham U.S.A, Harral and Thos Russell & Son Liverpool; Together with A Waltham Gold Plated Cased Half Hunter Pocketwatch, (damages). (5) £70-100
366.    Four Gold Plated Cased Openface Pocketwatches, dials signed Limit No. 2, Thos Russell & Son Liverpool, Limit and Elgin. (4) £50-70
367.    John Hawley & Company Regd London & Coventry; A Gold Plated Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within plain case; Together with Three Further Openface Pocketwatches. (4) £50-60
368.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Chronograph Pocketwatch, the dial with Arabic and Roman numerals and centre seconds, the movement unsigned, within plain case with vacant cartouche, Chester 1878; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Chronograph Pocketwatch, the dial with Arabic and Roman numerals and centre seconds, the movement unsigned, within plain case with vacant cartouche, Chester 1885. (2) £50-70
369.    A.W.W. Co Waltham Mass; An Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed American Waltham Watch Co, within plain case with screw front; Waltham USA; A "Silverode" Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with Arabic and Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed P. S. Bartlett Waltham Mass, within plain case with screw back. (2) £40-60
370.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Pair Case Pocketwatch, the dial with Arabic numerals, the movement signed Geo Rowe Manchester, within plain case and plain pair case, London 1803. £100-150
371.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the two tone engine turned dial with italic Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, the movement cover inscribed Joseph Rushton Elland Near Halifax 1872, within plain case, Chester 1871. £40-60
372.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Jas Reid & Bros Watch Manufacturers Chester St. Coventry, within engine turned case (worn), Chester 1912; Together with A Smaller Hallmarked Silver Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Jas Barclay London, within plain case, London 1844; And Thos Russell & Son Liverpool Hallmarked Silver Cased Half Hunter Pocketwatch. (3) £40-60
373.    G.C. Beyer Torquay; A Continental Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, the movement cover inscribed G.C. Beyer Torquay, within engine turned case (worn) with vacant cartouche, stamped "Fine Silver"; Together with Three Further Openface Pocketwatches. (4) £25-40
374.    G. Lodge Barnsley; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Geo Lodge Barnsley, within engine turned case (worn) with vacant cartouche, London 1879; H Stone Leeds; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals, the movement unsigned, within plain case with vacant cartouche, Chester 1909. (2) £40-60
375.    H. Stone Leeds; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case (worn), Birmingham 1908; John Mason Rotherham & Barnsley; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case (worn) with vacant cartouche, Chester 1894. (2) £40-60
376.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Cohen Bros Leeds, within engine turned case (worn), with vacant cartouche, Chester 1899; John Dacre Brighouse; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed John Dacre Brighouse, within engine turned case (worn), with vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1900. (2) £40-60
377.    J.F. Sedman Scarborough; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case, with vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1914; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, movement cover inscribed "B. Newman Barnsley 1912", within engine turned case, with vacant cartouche, Chester 1902. (2) £40-60
378.    Benjn Gaunt & Sons Barnsley; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case (worn), with vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1919; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed B Gaunt Barnsley, within engine turned case (worn), with vacant cartouche, London 1874. (2) £40-60
379.    J.H. Dougherty Huddersfield; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed J. H. Dougherty Huddersfield, within engine turned case (worn), with vacant cartouche, Chester 1883; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed L. H. Wolfe York, within engine turned case (worn), with vacant cartouche, Chester 1881. (2) £40-60
380.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within plain case with vacant cartouche (worn), Chester 1864; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed J. Harris & Sons, London & Manchester, within plain case with vacant cartouche, Chester 1893. (2) £40-60
381.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case with vacant cartouche, Chester 1902; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case (worn), with vacant cartouche, Chester 1895. (2) £40-60
382.    Dance & Duerden Morley Watch & Chronometer Manufacturers; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case, with vacant cartouche, Chester 1907 (damaged); A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case, with vacant cartouche, Chester 1897. (2) £40-60
383.    Wm Hy Day Dewsbury; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with bold black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case with vacant cartouche, Chester 1875; J.G. Graves Waltham Mass; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Am. Watch Co. Waltham, Mass, within engine turned case with vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1901. (2) £40-60
384.    The Express English Lever J.G. Graves Sheffield; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case with vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1912; George Davis Halifax; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed George Davis Halifax, within plain case with vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1898. (2) £40-60
385.    J.W. Rodgers Hoyland; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Am Watch Co Waltham Mass, inside case inscribed "W. Douglas", within engine turned case with vacant cartouche (worn), Birmingham 1899; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Nathl Corker Kensington, within engine turned case, with vacant cartouche, London 1859. (2) £40-60
386.    Benj Harral Barnsley Watchmaker to The Admiralty; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case with initialled cartouche, Birmingham 1911; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within plain case, Birmingham 1919. (2) £30-50
387.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Jn Huntley Barnsley, within plain case with vacant cartouche, London 1865; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with italic black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (lacking hand), the movement signed Joe Hinchliffe Mold Green Huddersfield within plain case with vacant cartouche (worn), Chester 1882. (2) £40-60
388.    Chas Hodgson Dewsbury; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Chas Hodgson Dewsbury, within plain case with vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1895. £30-50
389.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within plain case with vacant cartouche, Chester 1868; Together with Another Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the unsigned dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Tinker Dewsbury, within plain case with vacant cartouche (worn), London 1868. (2) £40-60
390.    The Express English Lever J.G. Graves Sheffield; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case with vacant cartouche, Chester 1901; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed F.K. Perkin Wakefield, within plain case, London 1881. (2) £40-60
391.    L. Rosenberg Leeds; A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals, the movement unsigned, within engine turned case with vacant cartouche (worn), Birmingham 1917. £30-50
392.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed E Wise Manchester, within plain case with vacant cartouche, Chester 1901. £40-60
393.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement with diamond end stone signed Caleb Chitty London, within plain case, London 1836. £50-80
394.    A Hallmarked Silver Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed P Richardson Goole, within plain case (worn), London 1864. £30-50
395.    An 18ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (lacking hand), the movement unsigned, the movement cover inscribed "Presented to John T. Perigo by members of St Stephen's Y.M.S in appreciation of his Devoted Services 1874-1901", within plain case bearing monogram in white, blue and red enamel, Birmingham 1901. £300-500
396.    W. Wichman 64 West Bar Sheffield; An Openface Chronograph Pocketwatch, the signed dial with Arabic and Roman numerals and centre seconds, the movement unsigned, within plain case, stamped "18k". £300-400