Antique & Fine Art Sale with Silver, Jewellery & Watches
on Friday 27th January 2017

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1.      English Studio Pottery Fish, circa mid XX Century, a large study, in tones of green and blue, on wavy naturalistic base, 47cms high, 43cms wide. £60-90
2.      A Large Mettlach Pottery Pedestal Ewer, with a central band of sgraffito style decoration of figures in tavern scenes between moulded foliate bands, impressed makers marks to base and numbered 1159, 45.5cms high. £180-200
3.      A Royal Doulton "Countess" Pattern Part Dinner Service, registration no. 523784, comprising three graduated oval meat plates, oval lidded tureen, two circular lidded tureens, small tureen with stand and ladle, gravy boat and stand, sauce boat and stand, large ladle, three soup bowls and saucers, two coffee pots, lidded jug, six plates (25.5cms diameter), six plates (23.5cms diameter), four plates (20.5cms diameter) and a circular cheese board plate. £40-80
4.      A Royal Doulton "Countess" Pattern Part Breakfast and Tea Service, comprising teapot and stand and further teapot, sugar bowl, milk jug, two slop bowls, pedestal cake stand, muffin dish, cheese dish, two bread plates, preserve pot, toast rack, six egg cups and stand, moustache cup and saucer, twelve teacups and saucers, mug, twelve tea plates, shell bon bon dish. £40-80
5.      A Royal Copenhagen Figure of A Hunter and His Dog, seated holding a gun, no.1087, c.1980-1984, initialled "Chr Th" for Christian Thomsen (who originally designed the mould), 23cms high. £120-150
6.      An Early XX Century Coalport Porcelain Two Handled Vase and Cover, of ovoid form, with slender neck and raised on spreading circular foot, the central panels painted and signed indistinctly with a castle in a river landscape, the reverse with a mountainous river landscape, within elaborate cream and gilt cartouches and dark blue ground, green printed mark, 43cms high. £150-200
7.      A Coalport Bone China Vase and Cover, of two handled urn form with eagle surmount, painted by Malcolm Harnett, signed, with a view of Glamis Castle, the reverse inscribed "To Commemorate the 80th Year of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother 1980", with certificate and box, 31cms high. £50-80
8.      A Moorcroft Pottery Prestige Vase, tubelined and decorated with the Wetland Emeralds design by Kerry Goodwin, shape 65/16, numbered edition 9, impressed, signed and painted marks to base, 41.5cms high. £1000-1100
9.      A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, tubelined and decorated with the R.H.S. Wisley design from the 2016 collection by Emma Bossons and depicting Rosa Centifolia, limited edition number 18/30, shape 61/10, impressed and painted factory marks to base, 25cms high. £600-700
10.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, tubelined and decorated with the Coronation Day design by Vicky Lovatt, numbered edition 57, shape 104/9, impressed, signed and painted factory marks to base, 24cms high. £250-300
11.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, tubelined and decorated with the 'Trial' Darting Frogs design from the Costa Rica collection by Vicky Lovatt, shape 3/5, impressed, dated 4.1.16 and painted factory marks to base, 13.3cms high. £130-150
12.     A Moorcroft Pottery Clock, tubelined and decorated with the Queens Choice design by Emma Bossons, shape CL3, impressed and painted factory marks to underside, 21cms high. £120-140
13.     A Moorcroft Pottery Bowl, tubelined and decorated with the Torch Ginger design from the Costa Rica collection by Vicky Lovatt, limited edition number 4/50, shape 620/9, impressed, signed and painted factory marks to underside, 23.5cms diameter. £220-250
14.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, tubelined and decorated with the Honeysuckle Haven design by Rachel Bishop, shape 372/6, impressed and painted factory marks to base, 13.5cms high. £120-140
15.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, tubelined and decorated with the 'Trial' Major Mitchell Cockatoo design from the New Zealand collection by Vicky Lovatt, shape 120/16, impressed, dated 26.1.15 and painted factory marks to underside, 42.5cms high.
£550-600
16.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, tubelined and decorated with the Australian Garden design from the Great Southern Land Collection by Vicky Lovatt, limited edition number 57 of 75, shape 9/12, impressed, signed and painted factory marks including special Australia backstamp to base, 30.5cms high. £400-500
17.     A Moorcroft Pottery Rectangular Wall Plaque, tubelined and decorated with the Hillier Gardens Silver Birch design by Emma Bossons, numbered edition 26, impressed, signed and painted factory marks to reverse, 29.5 x 9cms (framed). £90-120
18.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated with the 'Trial' Oars Up (Swans) design by Kerry Goodwin, shape 355/5, impressed, dated 16.10.15 and painted factory marks to base, 13cms high. £150-180
19.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated with the Honey Bee design by Emma Bossons, shape 93/8, impressed and painted factory marks to base, 21cms high. £140-160
20.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated with the Butterfly design by Emma Bossons, shape 7/7, impressed and painted factory marks to base, 19cms high. £130-150
21.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated with the Codling design by Emma Bossons, limited edition number 26/50, shape 576/9, impressed and painted factory marks to base, 22cms high. £220-250
22.     A Moorcroft Pottery Circular Lidded Pot, decorated with the Ruby Red design by Emma Bossons, shape 223/4, impressed and painted factory marks to base, 12cms diameter. £80-120
23.     A Royal Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as a Lion, an exclusive limited edition for Harrod's, no. 833/2000, gold stopper, printed mark, 15.5cms high. £100-120
24.     A Royal Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as a Grecian Bull, number 240 of a limited edition of 750 specially commissioned by Connaught House, printed mark, gold button and certificate, 14cms high. £120-160
25.     A Royal Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as a Shire Horse, limited edition no. 891/1500 specially commissioned by Sinclairs of Sheffield, printed marks, gold stopper, 18.5cms high, with certificate and box. £180-220
26.     A Royal Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as the Dragon of Happiness, a specially commissioned Millennium piece, limited edition no. 357/1500, printed marks, gold stopper, certificate, 10cms high. £60-80
27.     A Royal Crown Derby Paperweight, modelled as a Race Horse, limited edition no. 550/1500 specially commissioned by Sinclairs of Sheffield, printed marks, gold stopper, 21cms high, with certificate and box. £180-220
28.     A Pair of Late XIX Century Continental Pottery Figures, modelled as Venetian masked carnival figures, one holding a fan, the other a scroll, in XVIII Century costume, on oval shaped bases, red anchor marks, 18cms and 19cms high. (2) £70-100
29.     A Royal Worcester Porcelain Vase, of two handled ovoid form, with shaped neck and raised on a square pedestal foot, painted by M. Hunt, signed, with pink roses, shape number 1969, date code for 1933, 23cms high. £100-150
30.     A Wilkinson's Ltd Clarice Cliff Pottery Lotus Jug, of ribbed ovoid form, painted in the 'Novali' pattern, with trees and an urn of flowers beside a pond of waterlilies, printed marks, 30cms high. £300-500
31.     An Early XX Bretby Pottery Jug, with narrow elongated neck and loop handle to spreading domed base, handpainted with impasto decoration of blossom and leaves on a mottled green and cream ground, signed W.O. Trivett (William Oram Trivett), impressed factory mark to underside, 29cms high. £60-80
32.     A Mid XIX Century Copeland Pottery Footbath, of lobed two handled oval form, with moulded scrollwork to the corners, printed and overpainted with a central band of foliage between smaller bands of oak leaves and acorns in shades of green, within maroon borders, printed mark, 53 x 40cms. £60-80
33.     A Mid to Late XIX Century Staffordshire Pottery Vase, of baluster form, with scrolling rams head handles, printed and overpainted with peonies and other flowers amongst exotic butterflies against a dark ground, red dash borders, painted CM initials and pattern number 1600, 41cms high. £50-70
34.     A Royal Worcester Porcelain Teacup and Saucer, painted by Ricketts, signed, with ripening fruit against a mossy woodland bank, puce marks, date codes for 1914 and 1917. (2) £70-100
35.     A Royal Copenhagen Model of an Icelandic Falcon, perched on an oak tree branch, head turned to the right, modelled by Peter Herold, printed and painted marks (tail feather broken), 39.5cms high. £100-150
36.     A Mid XIX Century Porcelain Plaque, of rectangular form, painted in the style of James Rouse of Derby, with colourful flowers on a ledge, framed, 11 x 15.5cms. £100-150
37.     A Set of Seven XX Century Sitzendorf Porcelain Figures Modelled as Henry VIII and His Six Wives, raised on circular gilt lined bases, in colourful costumes, blue crown and 'S' marks, 19cms to 20.5cms high. (7) £100-150
38.     A Collection of 1930's Clarice Cliff Bizarre Pottery, painted with the Crocus pattern, comprising a teapot, cover and stand, 17.5cms high overall; a jug with pewter cover, 18cms high; a circular bowl, 13.7cms diameter; a preserve pot and cover, 8.6cms high and a small circular sugar bowl, 9.5cms diameter, together with a conical sifter, banded and reserved with a stylised floral panel, 14cms high. (7) £100-200
39.     A Caughley Porcelain Sparrow Beak Jug, of baluster form, decorated in blue with the 'Flowers and Butterflies' pattern, crescent mark, 11cms high. £30-50
40.     A New Hall Porcelain Teapot, Cover and Stand, of reeded silver shape, decorated in pattern number 153, in blue and gilt with foliate and beadwork swags, 17cms high; A Further Teapot and Cover, decorated in pattern number 173, with floral sprigs, 14.5cms high; A Pearlware Teapot and Cover, overpainted with Chinese figural scenes, 17cms high (some damage). (7) £50-80
41.     An Early XIX Century Pearlware Pottery Mug, of cylindrical form, moulded with foliage and painted in blue with floral sprigs and foliage, 10cms high; A Globular Porcelain Teapot and Matched Cover, painted in blue with flowers and butterflies, 13cms high. (3) £30-50
42.     Two Worcester Porcelain Tea Bowls and Saucers, of fluted form, decorated in dark blue and gilt with foliage, flowers and butterflies, crescent marks; A Similar Tea Bowl and Saucer; A Tea Cup and Saucer and Two Coffee Cups and Saucers. (13) £30-50
43.     A Worcester Porcelain Circular Bowl, painted in blue with the 'Fence' pattern, crescent mark (damaged), 15cms diameter; A Worcester Tea Bowl and Saucer, decorated with the 'Fisherman' pattern; Two Further Tea Bowls and Saucers, in the same pattern; Three Tea Bowls, in various patterns, (some damage). (10) £30-50
44.     An Early XIX Century Pearlware Plate, of octagonal form, decorated in the 'Buffalo' pattern, depicting a boy riding a buffalo in a Chinoiserie landscape, 25cms diameter; Another, similar; A Willow Pattern Plate, octagonal in form, 20cms diameter; A Feather Edge Pearlware Plate, with Chinoiserie landscape pattern and two other plates. (6) £30-50
45.     A XIX Century Continental Parian Ware Figurine "Winter", modelled as a young girl wearing a headscarf and holding a free spinning cylindrical muff, stamped '795', 40cms high. £30-50
46.     A Royal Doulton Stoneware Pottery Tyg, the 'U' shaped body with three handles, moulded with flowerheads to the blue body within green/brown borders, impressed marks, artists monogram 'MB' (handle damaged), 18.5cms high. £30-50
47.     A Royal Doulton Pottery Figurine "The Parson's Daughter", HN564, designed by H. Tittensor, introduced 1923, withdrawn in 1949, 24.5cms high. £50-80
48.     A Royal Doulton Pottery Twin Handled Loving Cup, to commemorate the Coronation of George VI and Elizabeth, May, 1937, number 940 of a limited edition of 2000, moulded and painted with portraits amongst trumpeters and flags, the reverse with St. George and the Dragon, with certificate, 26cms high. £120-180
49.     A Royal Crown Derby Miniature Teapot and Cover, of oval form, decorated with the Imari pattern, date code for 1916, 3.5cms high; A Coalport Miniature Two Handled Mug, the central panel painted with a lakeside scene within a dark blue ground with gilt foliate decoration, 3.75cms high. (2) £40-60
50.     An Italian Lenci Pottery Art Deco Wall Mask, by Helen Konig Scavini, modelled as a young woman wearing a colourful headscarf, painted marks and paper label, 29cms long. £100-200
51.     A Moorcroft Pottery Prestige Master Vase, decorated in the Queens Choice design by Emma Bossons, shape 65/16, impressed and painted marks to underside, 41cms high. £1800-2000
52.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated with the The Valleys, a trial design by Rachel Bishop, shape 38/14, impressed, painted and dated 23.2.15 to underside, 35cms high.
£200-220
53.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated in the Lakme Design by Rachel Bishop, shape 216/8, limited edition No. 43/60, impressed, painted and date 2014 to underside, 20.5cms high. £250-280
54.     A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated with "Bus Stop" design by Kerry Goodwin, shape 370/6, limited edition No 9/50, impressed and painted marks to underside,17.5cms high. £150-170
54A.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, decorated in the Spring Ducklings Design by Kerry Goodwin, shape 102/5, limited edition No. 73, impressed and painted marks to underside, 13cms high. £100-140
54B.    A Moorcroft Pottery Vase, of baluster form, decorated with the Leaf and Berry design, impressed and green painted marks to underside, 17cms high. £160-180
55.     A Late XIX Century Millefiore Glass Paperweight, of circular form with flattened top, decorated with bands of pink, blue and yellow floral canes, 8cms diameter; Another, of circular form, cut with ovals and decorated with bands of red, white and blue floral canes, 5cms diameter. (2) £80-120
56.     A Pair of George III Decanters and Stoppers, of mallet form, with faceted bodies, star bases and three neck rings, 27cms high. £80-120
57.     A Whitefriars Silver Jubilee Paperweight, inset with millefiore canes as a crown on a black ground, faceted body, etched no. 1374 to underside, 9cms diameter. £30-40
59.     An Early XX Century Japanese One Piece Ivory Okimono, carved as seated man releasing a dragon from a jar, 20.5cms high. £150-200
60.     An Early XX Century Chinese Patinated Bronze Censer and Cover, of rounded rectangular form, relief cast with bands of ornament, the base with twin zoomorphic handles, the pierced cover with kylin finials, 16cms high. £30-50
61.     A Chinese Provincial Cream Glazed Pottery Footed Bowl, Song dynasty, 14.6cms diameter, with certificate of purchase from Vanessa Purcell & Co; A Chinese Provincial Blue and White Painted Porcelain Plate, 17.5cms diameter. (2) £40-60
62.     A Late XIX Century Chinese Porcelain Famille Rose Pedestal Dish, of quatrefoil shape, painted in typical colours with panels of figures in interior settings, exotic birds, butterflies and flowers within elaborate floral and scroll borders, 39 x 30cms. £70-100
63.     A Late XIX Century Japanese Bronze Small Bottle Vase, relief decorated with sinuous coiled dragon, seal mark to the underside, 14.5cms high. £80-120
64.     A Chinese Porcelain Nanking Cargo Tea Bowl and Saucer, painted in blue, iron red, black and gilt with flowering shrubs amongst rock, bears Christie's original lot 5708 labels. £60-80
65.     A Chinese Porcelain 'Hatcher' Collection Bowl, of octagonal form, painted in blue with flowering shrubs, bears Christie's label, 11cms diameter. £70-100
66.     A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Carving of Six Galloping Horses, one with rider, signed in red, 36cms long, upon a carved hardwood stand. £100-150
67.     A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Okimono, carved as a monkey attacking an eagle, with two further monkeys assisting, 5.5cms high. £150-200
68.     A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Okimono, carved as two kneeling boys, holding hands, signed, red lacquer seal, 4cms high, 8cms long. £50-80
69.     A Late XIX Century Chinese Ivory Parasol Handle, elaborately carved with entwined flowers, 26.5cms long. £60-80
70.     A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Figure of a Lady, in traditional costume, holding a lute and standing on a rock, shaped oval base, signed, 24.5cms high. £60-80
71.     A Late XIX Century Japanese Ivory Figure of a Gentleman, holding a lute, 12.5cms high; Another, a gentleman holding a fruit; Further Items, two Japanese ivory netsukes, a Chinese puzzle, a Chinese ivory figure and two French ivory figures. (8) £100-150
72.     A Late XIX Century Chinese Ivory Fan, carved to both sides with figures in landscapes, some on horseback, others in boats, contained in a fitted case, 19cms high. £300-400
73.     A Pair of Chinese Porcelain Temple Lions, painted in the famille verte palette, each modelled seated on a rectangular plinth base, early XX Century, 22.5cms high. £40-60
74.     A Late XIX Century Japanese Tokyo School Carved Ivory Figure of a Lady, wearing traditional dress and sandals, holding a screen, oval base with seal signature missing, 28cms high. £500-800
75.     A Japanese Ivory Okimono, carved as a gentleman holding a stick against a mythological beast, 5.5cms high; Another, carved as a kneeling gentleman, his hands clasped, 6cms high. (2) £100-150
76.     An Early XX Century Chinese Ivory Cheroot Holder, carved with entwined dragon, 28cms long. £30-40
77.     A Late XIX Century Chinese Hardwood Jardiniere Stand, with rouge marble inset to octagonal top, having beadwork surround, over pierced carved foliate apron on sabre legs united by 'X' stretcher, 90cms high. £250-300
78.     An Early XX Century Chinese Stained Softwood Squat Jardiniére Stand, of hexagonal form, having stepped upper body over pokerwork floral carved panels, on scroll legs, 29.5cms high, 50cms wide. £40-60
79.     An Early XX Century Chinese Bamboo Box and Cover, carved with figural scenes and landscapes (damages), 16cms high. £40-70
80.     An Early XX Century Chinese Bronze Two Handled Octagonal Censer, on peg feet, 40cms wide. £100-150
81.     A Mid XX Century Japanese Lacquer and Brass Mounted Mikoshi (Portable Shinto Shrine), with ebonised carrying poles and trestle supports, approximately 210cms high overall. £300-500
84.     A Victorian Four Piece Plated Hotel Pattern Tea Service, made by Walker & Hall, each piece engraved with the crest of the Dominion Line mail steamer Scotsman and bearing registration mark for 1878.
*The Scotsman hit rocks and sank off the Belle Isle lighthouse in 1899. £80-120
85.     A Large Victorian Plated Two Handled Tea Urn, detachable cover, on socle pillar and shaped triangular base with lion mask and paw supports, 45.5cms high. £80-120
86.     A Victorian Plated Tea Urn, of fluted ovoid form, detachable cover, engraved decoration, socle pillar, square base with bracket feet, 37cms high. £80-120
87.     Norblin & Co of Warsaw; A Pair of Polish Plated Candlesticks, each tapering reeded column on shaped circular spreading base, detailed with fruiting vines, stamped "NORBLIN & CO GALW WARSZAWA" with Imperial warrant, 38cms high. (2) £70-100
88.     A Pair of Plated Candlesticks, each column with Gothic Arch style decoration in relief, with removable nozzles, on three paw feet and triangular base, 29.5cms high. (2) £50-80
89.     A D&S Plated Toast Rack, fitted with a bell and lidded glass butter dish, raised on bun feet; Together with Gladwin Sheffield Embassy Plated Coffee/Hot Water Pots. (3) £30-50
90.     A B.H.A. EPNS Egg Cruet Stand, with two toast racks, three egg cups, associated spoons and a salt, mustard and pepperette. £30-50
91.     A XIX Century Dutch Teapot, allover decorated, with scroll handle, the pull off cover with winged figure finial; Together with a Coffee Pot, similarly decorated, with pointed spout; and a further teapot, stamped marks. (3) £100-150
92.     Hommet; A Russian Filigree Dish, of circular flared openwork design, on spreading rim base, stamped marks, 10.5cms diameter. £40-60
93.     A Plated Oval Twin Handled Comport, with bead and reel detail, between twin reeded high loop handles, on oval pedestal base. £40-50
96.     A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Etched Glass Decanter, CB, London, all over leaf decorated, with shaped stopper. £30-40
97.     A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Dishes, C.J. Vander, London 1966, with feature hallmarks (rubbed), 155grams. (2) £30-50
98.     A Hallmarked Silver Jug, (makers mark rubbed) Sheffield 1965, with leaf capped scroll handle, on circular spreading base, 130grams. £30-50
99.     A Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Cup, possibly Kemp Brothers, Birmingham 1899, with twin scroll handles, on circular spreading base, crested, 80grams. £30-50
100.    A Hallmarked Silver Topped Cut Glass Scent Bottle, (damages); Together with A Pair of Cut Glass Scent Bottles. (3) £20-30
101.    A Hallmarked Silver Sugar Bowl, Adie Bros, Birmingham 1913, with wavy cut edge, raised on three pad feet; Together with A Miniature 'Armada' Dish, RC, London 1967, with feature hallmarks; and a lidded mustard (lacking liner). (3) £30-50
102.    A Set of Twelve Hallmarked Silver Gilt Demitasse Spoons, JD&S, Sheffield 1938, in original fitted case; Together with Another Set, (one missing) in original fitted case; and a set of six demitasse spoons, in a fitted case. (3) £30-50
103.    A Hallmarked Silver Presentation Trowel, GJ DF, London 1900, inscribed "Farnworth S Kearsley Reform Club Presented to J. Phethean Monks Esq C.C. on the occasion of his laying the Foundation Stone of The New Club 10th August 1901", 29.5cms long. £60-80
104.    A Hallmarked Silver Mug, BBS.Ld, Birmingham 1939, of plain form, with elongated loop handle, 370grams. £80-100
105.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, SB&SLd, Birmingham 1932, of bowed rectangular form, allover engine turned, initialled. £20-30
106.    A Modern Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Scent Bottle, Barker Ellis Silver Co, Birmingham 1989, of baluster form; Together with Another Example, smaller. (2) £60-70
107.    A Hallmarked Silver and Piqué Work Lidded Dressing Table Jar, Mappin & Webb, Birmingham 1917, of circular form; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Lid, (marks rubbed). (2) £30-50
108.    A Modern Hallmarked Silver Model of An Elephant, Camelot Silver, Sheffield 1983, 12cms high (filled). £50-60
109.    A Hallmarked Silver Caddy Spoon, (makers mark rubbed) possibly London 1830, with shell bowl and scroll handle; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Handled Seal, R.M. Marples & Son, London 1902 (also stamped import letter F). (2) £40-50
110.    A Hallmarked Silver Ink Stand, Messrs Hutton, London 1899, the rectangular stand with wavy cut edge, raised on four hoof feet, fitted to the centre with a hallmarked silver mounted cut glass inkwell, 14.6cms wide. £80-100
111.    A Decorative Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Teaspoons, JR, Sheffield 1921, each with pierced handle, contained in a fitted case; Together with A Set of Six Tea Knives, in a fitted case. (2) £30-50
112.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Spoons, MC, London 1839, CL, London 1845, 1848, total weight 370grams. (6) £100-150
113.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Forks, HH, London 1851, 1876, total weight 345grams. (6) £80-120
114.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Table Forks, WC, London 1830, 1831, total weight 615grams. (6) £150-200
115.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Table Spoons, IL HL, London 1845, total weight 655grams. (6) £180-220
116.    A Set of Six Provincial Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Teaspoons, J&JW, Exeter 1862, total weight 150grams. (6) £40-60
117.    A Provincial Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Basting Spoon, J.P.G, Exeter 1870, 185grams. £60-80
118.    A Provincial Hallmarked Silver Kings Pattern Ladle, makers mark rubbed, Exeter 1876, 280grams. £80-120
119.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Handled Kings Pattern Knives, WY, Sheffield 1966; Together with A Smaller Set of Six Knives, Sheffield 1965, a three piece carving set, a butter knife and a cake slice. £50-80
120.    A Hallmarked Silver Jug, (makers mark indistinct) London 1805, with prick dot engraved decoration and reeded edge, 80grams. £40-60
121.    A Decorative Irish Hallmarked Silver Dish, possibly William Nolan, Dublin 1828, of Continental design, the domed centre detailed in relief with figures and a peacock, with building in the distance, within textured border, 25.2cms diameter, 350grams. £250-300
122.    A Provincial Hallmarked Silver Mug, John Langlands I & John Robertson I, Newcastle 1791, of baluster form, allover detailed in relief with huntsman, his dog and two pheasants, within rural landscape, initialled, the interior re-gilt, with scroll handle, on circular spreading base, overall height 13.7cms, 320grams. £300-350
123.    A Hallmarked Silver Mug, (marks rubbed) possibly London 1765, of tapering cylindrical form, allover later decorated with flower heads and scrolls, the scroll handle with heart shape finial, the interior re-gilt, 14cms high, 435grams. £200-250
124.    A Hallmarked Silver Lady's Belt, Cornelius Saunders & Frank Shepherd, Chester 1902,
composed of ten pierced openwork panel links, on chain connections, to openwork buckle. £40-60
125.    A Hallmarked Silver Nurse's Style Buckle, CE, London 1899, of shaped openwork design, 14cms wide. £30-50
126.    A Hallmarked Silver Nurse's Style Buckle, (makers marks rubbed) Chester 1895, of shaped openwork scroll design; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Continental Style Pendant, Chester 1901, and a hallmarked silver button. (3) £30-50
127.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, JM, Birmingham 1928, of slim rectangular form, allover engine turned; Together with Another Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, and a vesta case. (3) £50-80
128.    A Matched Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Salad Servers, WC, London 1828, 1829, crested, total weight 265grams. (2) £50-70
129.    Sheffield Water Works - A Collection of Items Relating to Mr William Terrey, Assistant, Later General Manager of The Sheffield Corporation Water Department, 1888-1930, comprising; A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Box, inscribed "Presented to William Terrey Esqr General Manager of the Sheffield Water Works Department. Samuel Roberts Lord Mayor as a small recognition of very valuable services rendered to the City in obtaining the Corporation Act 1900", 9cms wide; A Hallmarked Silver Salver, inscribed "Presented to E.W. Terrey Esq on the occasion of his marriage by the Staff & Workmen employed on the Rivelin Tunnel 14th May 1907", 34cms diameter, 855grams; A Larger Hallmarked Silver Salver, inscribed "Presented to Mr William Terrey, The General Manager of the Water Department by his Colleagues, the Chief Officers of the Sheffield Corporation, on the occasion of his retirement after serving the Corporation since the transfer of the Water Undertaking in 1888 30th June 1930", 37.5cms diameter, 1425grams; A Hallmarked Silver Ink Stand, inscribed "A Memento of 42 Years Service from the Sheffield Water Works Staff to Mr William Terrey General Manager on his retirement 1st July 1930", 23cms wide; Together with Terrey [William]: History and Description of the Sheffield Water Works July 1924, (48pages with fold out maps). £1000-1500
130.    A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Tea Set, EV, Sheffield 1938, each of oval panelled form, raised on four hoof style pad feet, total weight 1150grams. (3) £250-300
131.    A Hallmarked Silver Sugar Caster, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1973, of plain baluster form, with pull off cover, on pedestal base, 180grams. £40-60
132.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Commemorative Mugs, BM, Sheffield 1977, each of plain tapering cylindrical form with feature hallmarks, "1977 The Queen's Silver Jubilee", with scroll handle, total weight 600grams. (2) £150-200
133.    A Hallmarked Silver Commemorative Mug, BM, Sheffield 1978, of plain tapering cylindrical form with feature hallmarks, "EIIR 1953 Coronation 1975", with scroll handle, 290grams. £70-100
134.    A Hallmarked Silver Commemorative Trinket Pot, A.T.C., Birmingham 1981, with feature hallmarks, the circular pull off cover inset to the centre "The Marriage of the Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer 29th July 1981, plush lined, 11cms diameter. £50-70
135.    A Hallmarked Silver Gilt Commemorative Dish, PM, London 1977, inset to the centre; Together with Another Commemorative Dish, A.T.C., Sheffield 1977, "The Queen's Silver Jubilee 1952-1977", inset to the centre; and another. (3) £50-70
136.    A Hallmarked Silver Wine Taster, CNL, London 1982, with fruiting vine loop handle; Together with A Hallmarked Silver Pepperette, two condiment spoons, a vesta case etc. (6) £30-50
137.    A Decorative Hallmarked Silver Dish, DH&S, Birmingham 1973, of Victorian style, the shell bowl raised on three scroll feet, 115grams. £30-50
138.    A Hallmarked Silver Ladle, TB&S, Sheffield 1913, 26.5cms long, 150grams. £50-80
139.    A Hallmarked Silver Swing Handled Dish, Alexander Clark & Co, Birmingham 1925, of plain oval flared design, with reeded edge and swing handle, on raised spreading base, 29cms wide, 495grams. £150-200
140.    A Decorative Irish Hallmarked Silver Ladle, (makers mark unclear) Dublin 1806, with shell bowl and bright cut decoration, 150grams; Together with An Irish Hallmarked Silver Sauce Ladle, with similar decoration, crested and another sauce ladle. (3) £150-250
141.    A Hallmarked Silver Waiter, CF, London 1830, of circular form, with gadrooned edge, crested and bearing motto "MALLEM MORI QVAM MVTARE" (I Prefer Death to Change), 17.6cms diameter, 220grams. £100-150
142.    A Hallmarked Silver Backed Three Piece Dressing Table Set, B&Co, Birmingham 1958; Together with Another Hand Mirror, and a pair of hallmarked silver handled glove stretchers (damages). (5) £40-60
143.    A Hallmarked Silver Hip Flask, JD&S, Sheffield 1921, of plain rounded rectangular form, with swivel hinged top, 14.2cms high. £60-80
144.    A Hallmarked Silver Cigarette Case, SB&SLd, Birmingham 1920, allover leaf scroll engraved. £25-30
145.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Powder Bowl, W.MCo, Birmingham 1932, the circular pull off cover with internal mirror, 14.6cms diameter. £35-50
146.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Sauce Ladles, MC, London 1837 (the date letter B and William IV duty mark combination was only used between 29th May and 20th June of that year), initialled. (2) £50-60
147.    A Hallmarked Silver Lidded Mustard, C&BC, London 1921, of plain oval form with reeded edge, complete with blue glass liner; together with a spoon. £70-90
148.    A Hallmarked Silver Bachelor's Teapot, (makers mark rubbed) Birmingham 1902, of semi reeded form, 195grams. £70-100
149.    A Hallmarked Silver Mug, (marks rubbed) possibly London 1817, of baluster form, with leaf scroll textured band and serpent handle, on textured rim base, 140grams. £60-80
150.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons, Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, London 1837 (the date letter B and William IV duty mark combination was only used between 29th May and 20th June of that year), initialled; Together with A Pair of Irish Hallmarked Silver Fiddle Pattern Table Spoons, R.S, 1813, crested, total weight 240grams. (4) £60-90
151.    A Hallmarked Silver Waist Buckle, A&LLd, Birmingham 1898, of openwork scroll design; Together with A Pin Dish, stamped "Sterling" and a cow charm. (3) £40-50
152.    A Hallmarked Silver Dish, TC(?), London 1894 (also stamped import letter F), of Continental style, allover detailed in relief, raised on four winged cherub feet, crested, 150grams. £30-50
153.    A Pair of Large Hallmarked Silver Salts, (makers marks rubbed) Chester 1903, each with pierced detail and beaded edge, raised on oval pedestal base (one complete with blue glass liner), total weight of silver 200grams. (2) £80-100
154.    A Set of Three Hallmarked Silver Decanter Labels, Peter, Ann & William Bateman, each of square panel design, "B", "G", "R", on chain suspension; Together with A Scottish Hallmarked Silver Decanter Label, PA, Glasgow 1819, "Port" (chain broken); and a modern example "Sherry". (5) £30-50
155.    A Ladies Sewing Set, contained in original fitted case, including scissors, needle case etc (set incomplete). £25-30
156.    A Part Canteen of Hallmarked Silver Cutlery, comprising twelve forks, John, Henry & Charles Lias, London 1831 (6), possibly John James Whiting, London 1833 (6); twelve table forks, IB, London 1798 (6), WC, London 1825 (6); twelve spoons, possibly Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1798 (1), initialled, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1803 (5), possibly John James Whiting, London 1836 (6); eight table spoons, London 1804 (1), GSTH, London 1803 (1), initialled, William Eley & William Fearn, London 1804 (2), MS, London 1806 (4); four teaspoons, RR, London 1821, total weight 2200grams; together with a canteen case, fitted with two sets of twelve knives, blades stamped "Harrison Bros & Howson Cutlers to His Majesty, and five piece carving set. £600-700
157.    A Matched Hallmarked Silver Jug and Sugar Bowl, JGLtd, Birmingham 1930, 1931, each of plain circular form on pedestal base, total weight 210grams. (2) £50-70
158.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boats, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1935, each with wavy cut edge, raised on three hoof feet, total weight 170grams. (2) £40-60
159.    A Hallmarked Silver Sauce Boat, EV, Sheffield 1940, with wavy cut edge, raised on three pad feet, 105grams. £25-40
160.    A Hallmarked Silver Cream Jug, George Unite, Birmingham 1924, with wavy cut edge and leaf capped scroll handle, raised on three pad feet, 95grams. £25-40
161.    Four Hallmarked Silver Table Spoons, including RC, London 1799, (makers mark rubbed) London 1801, (makers mark rubbed) London 1807, total weight 220grams. (4) £60-80
162.    A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Handled Tea Knives and Forks, (knives) FC, Sheffield 1925, (forks) FC, Sheffield 1928. (12) £20-30
163.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Dwarf Candlesticks, each with reeded detail, 6.5cms high (bases weighted); Together with A Pair of D&A Electroplated Grape Scissors. £20-40
164.    A Hallmarked Silver Three Piece Cruet Set, (makers mark rubbed) Birmingham 1931; Together with A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Salts, (makers marks rubbed) Birmingham 1926, each of octagonal form with blue glass liners; and three associated spoons. (8) £30-50
165.    A Set of Ten Hallmarked Silver Apostle Teaspoons, WD, Birmingham 1908; Together with A Matched Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Coffee Spoons, Herbert Edward Barker & Frank Ernest Barker, Chester 1923, 1924; and a set of six hallmarked silver coffee bean knop spoons, in a fitted case. £20-40
166.    A Collection of Assorted Hallmarked Silver Spoons, including pair of Scottish Fiddle and Shell pattern teaspoons, Edinburgh 1820, etc, (some initialled) total weight 215grams. (12) £50-80
167.    A Set of Six Hallmarked Silver Hanoverian Pattern Forks, GA, London 1877, crested, total weight 270grams. (6) £60-80
168.    A Matched Hallmarked Silver Trefid Pattern Part Canteen of Cutlery, comprising nine knives, C.J. Vander, London 1967 (6), LSG, Sheffield 1971 (2), C.J. Vander, London 1968 (1); eight forks, C.J. Vander, London 1967 (5), LSG, London 1970 (2), 1968 (1); six knives, (unknown maker) London 1964, six forks, C.J. Vander, London 1967; nine spoons, C.J. Vander, London 1967 (6), LSG, London 1969 (2), London 1970 (1); nine soup spoons, C.J. Vander, London 1967 (6), LSG, London 1968 (1), 1969(1), 1970(1); six teaspoons, C.J. Vander, London 1967; pair of table spoons, C.J. Vander, London 1967; pair of serving spoons, D.F, London 1918; two butter knives, Worcester Silver Co, London 1957, 1970, total weight (excluding knives) 1905grams. £500-600
169.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Salts, JD&S, Sheffield 1937, each of rounded rectangular form with gadrooned edge, on raised spreading base, complete with blue glass liner. (2) £40-60
170.    David Andersen; A Pair of Viking Ship Salts, stamped "925S", each with clear glass liner (damages), 7.5cms wide. £20-30
171.    Assorted Hallmarked Silver Items, various makers and dates, including pepperettes, a lidded mustard, an inkwell (damages), sugar tongs etc. (11) £50-70
172.    A Hallmarked Silver Four Piece Tea Set, GH, Sheffield 1926, each of plain circular form with reeded edge, total weight 1675grams. (4) £400-500
173.    A c.1930's Latvian Lidded Tankard, of tapering cylindrical form, with textured bands with applied cabochon detail, the circular hinged lid with conforming decoration, chunky handle and gilt lined interior, bearing presentation inscription "Presented to The Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Manufacture (Incorporated) by The Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Autumn 1935", overall height 18.3cms high, stamped "875". £200-300
174.    A Large Hallmarked Silver Twin Handled Sugar Bowl, A.I, London 1866, of circular form, leaf scroll engraved, initialled, 370grams. £80-100
175.    A Hallmarked Silver Gilt and Enamel Powder Compact, Henry Charles Freeman, Import marks for London 1932, of rectangular form, allover engine turned, the hinged lid highlighted in pale green enamel, the interior with hinged powder compartment, mirror (cracked) and removable lipstick holder (stamped "935"), 7.5cms wide. £80-100
176.    A Hallmarked Silver and Enamel Cigarette Case, (makers mark rubbed) import marks for London 1927, allover engine turned, highlighted in green enamel, with gilt lined interior, 8.3cms wide. £60-80
177.    A Hallmarked Silver Mounted Glass Biscuit Barrel, JD&S, Sheffield 1925, with plain pull off cover and decorative openwork swing handle, overall height 21.5cms. £30-50
178.    A Hallmarked Silver Five Piece Cruet Set, J&RG, Chester 1909, comprising pair of salts, pair of pepperettes and a lidded mustard, complete with three spoons (one damaged/incomplete), contained in original fitted case. £60-80
179.    A Pair of Hallmarked Silver Candlesticks, JR, Sheffield 1920, each on navette shape base, 24cms high (bases weighted). (2) £50-80
180.    A Hallmarked Silver Five Bar Toast Rack, TB&S, Sheffield 1921. £25-40
181.    A Modern Hallmarked Silver Pedestal Dish, RC, Sheffield 1997, of shaped circular form, inscribed "Oriana World Cruise 1998", raised on pedestal base, 12.5cms diameter. £30-40
182.    A Novelty Hallmarked Silver Hedgehog Pin Cushion, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1910, 4.2cms long (damages). £40-60
186.    A Pair of Modern Princess Cut Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each rubover set within wide setting. £280-320
187.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set. £300-350
188.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set. £500-550
189.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone within crossover style setting. £720-750
190.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Earpendants, each composed of two butterflies, on chain connections, with diamond set surmount. £1500-1600
191.    XIX Century and Later Earrings, including carved coral. £30-50
192.    A Pair of XIX Century Piqué Work Earrings, of flared design, on hinged hook fitting. £80-120
193.    A Pair of XIX Century Earrings, of teardrop design, closed back foil setting, on hinged hook fitting; Together with A Pair of Single Stone Earrings. (2) £40-60
194.    A Pair of XIX Century Earrings, of oval form with blue enamel and pearl highlights, on hook fitting; Together with Another Pair, of similar design, and another pair, oval collet set to the centre. (3) £70-100
195.    A Pair of XIX Century Diamond Set Earrings, each oval panel with beaded border; Together with a Pair of Diamond Chip Set Earstuds. (2) £40-60
196.    A Pair of Sapphire Earrings, claw set; together with another pair of earrings, on knife edge bar. (2) £20-40
197.    A Pair of Pearl Set Drop Earrings, on chain suspension; Together with A Pair of Coral and Pearl Drop Earrings. (2) £20-40
198.    A Pair of XIX Century Earrings, each circular panel inset to the centre, on hook fitting, stamped "18ct". £30-50
199.    A Pair of Carved Hardstone Earpendants, each on chain suspension. £30-50
200.    A Pair of XIX Century Polished Hardstone Earrings, oval collet set, suspending bead drop; together with another pair of hardstone drop earrings. (2) £30-50
201.    A Pair of Carved Coral Earrings, suspended from oval surmount. £30-50
202.    A Pair of Edwardian Amethyst and Seed Pearl Earrings, each heart shape amethyst claw set, on hook fitting. £30-50
203.    A Pair of Continental Pearl Set Drop Earrings, each circular pearl bead, on knife edge bar surmount, circular collet set to the top, indistinctly stamped. £30-50
204.    A Pair of XIX Century Garnet Set Earrings, each as a three leaf clover, on hook fitting; Together with A Pair of Single Stone Earrings, oval claw set. (2) £30-50
205.    A Pair of Middle Eastern Style Earpendants, of tapering design with bead drop, suspended from hinged hook fittings stamped "750". £40-60
206.    A Pair of XIX Century Earrings, set throughout with colourless paste (closed back setting), on hook fittings; Together with Another Pair of XIX Century Earrings, with star detail to the centre. (2) £40-60
207.    A Pair of XIX Century Single Stone Set Earrings, each oval collet set, within scroll mount. £50-80
208.    A Pair of Continental Style Diamond Set Drop Earrings, of openwork scroll design, each set throughout with single cut stones, suspending three tear drops, rose set, below cluster surmount. £2000-2500
209.    A Pair of Single Stone Diamond Earstuds, each brilliant cut stone four claw set, stamped "14k". £250-280
210.    A Pair of Modern Princess Cut Diamond Set Earrings, set throughout with uniform princess cut diamonds and brilliant cut diamond highlights. £2000-2200
211.    A Pair of Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Earrings, of openwork two row design. £350-380
212.    A Pair of Modern Pink Sapphire Bead Drop Earrings, on post fittings stamped "14k". £150-180
214.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Diamond Set Pendant, bar and claw set with four brilliant cut stones, on 18ct white gold chain. £500-550
215.    A Large Modern 18ct White Gold Single Stone Diamond Pendant, the (7mm) brilliant cut stone collet rubover set, sliding on 18ct white gold fancy link chain, approximate diamond weight 1.31cts. £4000-4500
216.    A Modern 9ct Gold Swivel Fob Pendant, hardstone inset, on 9ct gold fancy link chain. £100-150
217.    A XIX Century Pendant, the glazed locket front within border of graduated colourless paste, on a faceted belcher link chain. £80-100
218.    A Polished Hardstone Heart Shape Pendant, further hardstone pendants, XIX Century brooch etc. £20-40
219.    An Aesthetic Oval Locket Pendant, with coloured highlights, on fancy link necklace; Together with A Large Oval Locket Pendant, with coloured highlights, suspended from tied bow brooch. (2) £60-80
220.    A XIX Century Cut Steel Bead Fringe Style Necklace, (damages) together with a long necklace with cut steel bead highlights, a shoe buckle etc. £30-50
221.    A Modern Swivel Fob Pendant, rub over set, on a belcher link chain; Together with A Modern Necklace, stamped "750", further swivel pendants, lockets, a 9ct gold pearl cluster necklace clasp etc. £200-300
222.    An Aesthetic Hallmarked Silver Locket Pendant, with engraved leaf decoration, on matching necklace; Together with Another Oval Locket Pendant, with applied monogram, on fancy link necklace. (2) £60-80
223.    An Edwardian Openwork Pendant/Brooch, oval collet set to the centre, with pearl highlights, on a chain; Together with Two Further Edwardian Openwork Pendants, each suspending single stone drop, on a chain. (3) £80-120
224.    Four XIX Century Black Carved Bead Necklaces. (4) £30-50
225.    A XIX Century Black Carved Bead Necklace, of three row design (clasp broken); Together with Two Further XIX Century Black Carved Bead Necklaces. (3) £30-50
226.    A Long XIX Century Bead Necklace, of graduated design; Together with A XIX Century Faceted Bead Necklace, of graduated design. (2) £30-50
227.    A XIX Century Turquoise Set Heart Shape Pendant, with glazed locket verso; Together with A Polished Hardstone Heart Shape Pendant. (2) £30-50
228.    A Hallmarked Silver Aesthetic Locket Pendant, with textured leaf detail, on fancy link chain. £60-80
229.    A XIX Century Oval Locket Pendant, with applied monogram, on chunky ropetwist chain. £40-60
230.    A XIX Century Necklace, the fancy link chain with engraved detail, suspending pendant stamped "Sterling Silver". £40-60
231.    A Two Stone Pendant, oval collet set on bar suspension, below circular collet set surmount, stamped "9ct", on a chain; Together with An Edwardian Openwork Pendant, oval claw set, on a chain; and a 9ct gold box link and bead chain. (3) £40-60
232.    An Opal Set Necklace, composed of fine chain, spaced by five graduated circular opal beads. £40-60
233.    A 9ct Gold Mounted Glazed Locket Pendant, of oval form; Together with Three Further Locket Type Pendants, and a XIX Century brooch, with glazed locket verso. (5) £40-60
234.    An Emerald Set Necklace, composed of flowerhead clusters, on fine chain; Together with Matching Earrings. £30-50
235.    A Garnet Set Necklace, collet set (closed back setting), on fine chain; Together with A Pair of Drop Earrings. £100-200
236.    A Long Faceted Amber Bead Necklace, together with an irregular amber necklace, of graduated design. (2) £30-50
237.    A Modern Heart Shape Citrine and Diamond Cluster Pendant, claw set, stamped "585" "14k". £125-150
238.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Pear Shape Amethyst and Diamond Set Pendant, four claw set, within diamond set border. £1400-1500
239.    An 18ct Gold Pear Shape Single Stone Diamond Pendant, the (8mm long) stone four claw set. £1250-1300
240.    A Modern Necklace, of uniform twisted design, to snap clasp, stamped "750". £650-750
241.    A Two Row Pearl Bead Necklace, the uniform beads knotted to 9ct gold oval cluster clasp, claw set to the centre; Together with A Modern Two Row 'Takara' Pearl Bead Necklace, with gold colour bead spacers, together with guarantee card dated 25/12/2000. (2) £150-250
242.    Per Killingmo; A Norwegian Openwork Pendant, stamped "Norway 925S", on a chain. £40-60
243.    David Andersen; A Pale Blue Enamel Necklace, of stylised leaf design, to snap clasp, stamped "D-A" "925S Sterling Norway"; together with a pair of similar earrings, stamped "D-A" "925S Sterling Norway". £80-100
244.    George Tarratt: A Hallmarked Silver Necklace, of stylised design, stamped "GTLD" "IVAN TARRATT ENG."; together with matching clip earrings. £60-80
246.    A Decorative Regency Cannetille Brooch, c. early XIX Century, of cross design, collet set (domed closed back setting), with pearl highlights, 42mm wide. £500-600
247.    Assorted Brooches and Stickpins, including opal set, "Mizpah", "Mother" etc. (15) £40-60
248.    XIX Century and Later Hardstone and Other Brooches, collet set. (7) £30-50
249.    XIX Century and Later Hardstone and Other Brooches. (7) £30-50
250.    A XIX Century Oval Shell Carved Cameo Brooch, depicting female profiles, one with grapes in her hair, collet set; Together with Three Further Cameo Brooches. (4) £60-80
251.    A Large XIX Century Scottish Hardstone Inset Brooch, with oval collet set highlights; Together with Another Example, of circlet design, claw and collet set. (2) £50-80
252.    A Hallmarked Silver Penannular Brooch, designed by Alexander Ritchie; Together with A XIX Century Tara Style Brooch, a Scottish single stone brooch, micromosaic, hardstone and other brooches etc. (9) £30-50
253.    XIX Century and Later Brooches, including example with glazed hairwork panel, the reverse inscribed "To Aunt Mary Milnes 12th November 1849 from Crighton Mary Fred and Henry Rait", an Ashford Marble panel brooch, turquoise inset etc. (11) £70-100
254.    Assorted Locket Pendants, including glazed panel; together with other pendants. (14) £40-60
255.    A XIX Century Oval Shell Carved Cameo Brooch, depicting female profile with fruiting vines in her hair, collet set within ropetwist border; Together with Three Further Cameo Brooches, one suspended from tied bow brooch. (4) £50-80
256.    A XIX Century Oval Shell Carved Cameo Brooch, depicting Hebe feeding the Eagle of Zeus, collet set within scroll border; Together with Another Example, Peace halting the horses of Mars, collet set within inset border. (2) £80-120
257.    A 15ct Gold Diamond Set Brooch, of oval form, star set, within beaded border, with glazed locket verso; Together with Another Brooch, of similar design, turquoise set bow brooch etc. (7) £100-200
258.    A Diamond and Coral Set Bar Brooch, with pearl highlights (pin rusty); Together with a Crescent Brooch, a colourless paste shoe buckle (converted) and two further brooches (closed back settings). (5) £30-50
259.    XIX Century Brooches, a waist buckle, bar brooches, a shell inset oval pendant "Regard", on long bead necklace etc. £30-50
260.    An Art Nouveau Brooch, of openwork scrolling design, oval collet set, suspending bead drop, Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1905 (marks rubbed). £40-60
261.    A Circlet Brooch, collet set; together with three bar brooches. (4) £30-50
262.    A XIX Century Oval Shell Carved Cameo Brooch, depicting female profile with fruiting vines in her hair, collet set. £70-100
263.    A XIX Century Oval Shell Carved Cameo Brooch, depicting female profile, collet set, stamped "9ct"; Together with Two Further Cameo Brooches. (3) £60-80
264.    A 9ct Gold Bar Brooch/Pin, with diamond chip highlights, as a crown and four arrows, on plain bar, in Garrard & Co Ltd fitted case. £120-180
265.    A Modern Amethyst and Diamond Set Brooch, claw set to the centre with a heart shape amethyst, below single pearl, between single cut diamond set wings, stamped "18k". £550-650
266.    A Gold in Mineral Specimen, mounted as a stickpin, in a fitted case. £50-70
267.    A Norwegian Green Enamel Leaf Brooch, stamped "Norway Sterling 925 S". £20-30
268.    George Tarratt; A Hallmarked Silver Brooch, of stylised design stamped "George Tarratt English Silver" and facsimile signature Geoffrey G. Bellamy. £30-50
269.    A 9ct Gold Brooch, of openwork leaf scroll design, stamped "Fidelity". £60-80
271.    A 9ct Gold Bangle, star set to the front, hinged to snap clasp; Together with Another Bangle, of openwork design, hinged to snap clasp, stamped "9ct". (2) £150-200
272.    XIX Century and Later Polished Hardstone Bracelets, etc. (7) £30-50
273.    A Double Serpent Head Bangle, stamped "Rolled Gold", with collet set highlights; Together with A Three Colour Bracelet, stamped "9ct"; a wide hinged bangle, stamped "9ct RG"; another bangle stamped "Rolled Gold" etc. (6) £100-150
274.    Three XIX Century Expanding Black Bracelets, together with a polished banded agate bead necklace. (4) £30-50
275.    An Unusual Cuff Bangle, of plain tapering form, detailed to the front with an elongated tribal mask, indistinctly stamped and stamped "18ct". £1300-1400
276.    A Curb Link Bracelet, to heart shape padlock clasp, stamped "9ct". £180-220
277.    A Modern Ruby Set Bracelet, claw set, clasp stamped "14k". £200-220
278.    A 9ct Gold Bracelet, suspending heart shape pendant; together with a 9ct gold circular locket pendant on chain. £60-80
280.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (7mm) brilliant cut stone six claw set, between baguette cut inset shoulders, stamped "Plat". £2000-2500
281.    A Sapphire and Diamond Three Stone Ring, claw and illusion set, stamped "18ct". £100-150
282.    A Five Stone Diamond Ring, claw set throughout with old cut stones. £150-180
283.    An 18ct Gold Victorian Style Gent's Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone reeded claw set. £1600-1800
284.    A Large Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone four claw set, approximate diamond weight 3.16cts. £10500-11000
285.    An 18ct White Gold Three Stone Diamond Ring, the central radiant cut diamond, claw set between two brilliant cut diamonds, approximate total diamond weight 1.61cts. £4000-4200
286.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Princess Cut Three Stone Diamond Ring, the uniform stones bar set. £1100-1200
288.    A Modern 18ct White Gold Five Stone Diamond Ring, the graduated brilliant cut stones rubover set. £700-800
290.    A Modern Emerald and Diamond Set Ring, the (9mm) central square cut emerald, four claw set high between diamond set shoulders, stamped "18k" "0.350". £4300-4500
291.    A XIX Century Turquoise Set Ring, of circular form, stamped "18ct"; Together with An 18ct Gold Pearl Set Ring. (2) £70-100
292.    A Five Stone Ring, stamped "18ct&PT"; Together with A XIX Century Ring, stamped "15"; and four other rings. (6) £70-100
293.    An Emerald and Diamond Two Colour Cocktail Ring, four claw set to the centre, within openwork setting of channel set baguette and brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "14k". £1250-1300
294.    A Modern Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (7mm) brilliant cut stone six claw set, high between baguette and brilliant cut bar set shoulders, stamped "Plat". £3200-3500
295.    A Modern Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (6mm) brilliant cut stone eight claw set. £1250-1300
296.    A Modern Three Stone Diamond Ring, claw set with graduated brilliant cut stones, inscribed "1.44", stamped "18ct". £2000-2500
297.    A Modern Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone four claw set high between openwork shoulders, inset throughout, inscribed "c 1.09", stamped "14k". £2000-2500
298.    A Sapphire and Diamond Oval Cluster Ring, collet rubover set to the centre, within border of single cut diamonds, between inset shoulders. £300-350
299.    A Modern Diamond Set Heart Shape Dress Ring, stamped "9k". £200-250
300.    A Large Modern Tanzanite and Diamond Cluster Dress Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, within two row border of brilliant cut diamonds, stamped "18k". £1000-1100
301.    A Modern Tanzanite and Diamond Set Ring, oval four claw set to the centre, between diamond set shoulders, stamped "750".
*This ring is accompanied by an AnchorCert certificate stating tanzanite weight 2.70ct. £1800-2000
302.    A Modern 9ct White Gold Pink and White Diamond Set Dress Ring, of wide crossover design. £300-350
303.    An 18ct Gold Ruby and Diamond Set Dress Ring, of three row design, claw set throughout.
*H. Samuel Insurance Valuation of £2,775, dated 25 October 2016. £300-500
304.    A Large Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring, of shaped design, claw set throughout with four oval sapphires and graduated brilliant and single cut diamonds, stamped "18ct".
*H. Samuel Insurance Valuation of £2,750, dated 25 October 2016. £500-700
305.    A Modern Emerald and Diamond Set Dress Ring, of stepped design, claw set throughout, stamped "14K 585".
*H. Samuel Insurance Valuation of £1,075, dated 25 October 2016. £200-300
306.    An Emerald and Diamond Set Ring, of high stepped design, claw set throughout. £100-150
307.    A Five Stone Diamond Ring, the old cut stones illusion set, stamped "18ct" "Plat"; Together with A Three Stone Ring, claw set. (2) £100-150
308.    A Large Single Stone Diamond Ring, the (9mm at widest point) old cushion cut diamond eight claw set, between rose cut diamond inset shoulders. £5000-6000
309.    A Diamond Set Eternity Band, millegrain set throughout with uniform brilliant cut stones. £500-600
310.    A Ruby Eternity Band, channel set throughout with uniform stones. £100-150
311.    A Pearl and Diamond Cluster Ring, the central pearl within illusion set border of old cut diamonds, indistinctly stamped. £100-200
312.    A 22ct Gold Plain Wedding Band, together with another 22ct gold plain wedding band. (2) £150-200
313.    A George V Half Sovereign, 1912, converted to a ring, with applied shank. £60-80
314.    A 9ct Gold Eternity Ring, of uniform design, claw set; Together with A Patterned Band, stamped "9ct"; another ring stamped "375" and a ladies wristwatch. (4) £80-120
315.    A Three Stone Diamond Ring, claw set with graduated old cut stones, indistinctly stamped; Together with Another Three Stone Ring, collet set. (2) £80-120
316.    A Single Stone Diamond Ring, the brilliant cut stone illusion set; Together with A Three Stone Ring, illusion set. (2) £70-100
318.    Cartier; An 18ct Gold 'Tank Francaise' Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, ref:1840, no:MG351764, the signed square dial with black Roman numerals, centre seconds and date aperture, to integral bracelet, with fold over concealed clasp, in original box.
*UK Bullion (Sheffield) second hand purchase receipt for £8,000, dated 18.12.03. £5500-6000
319.    *COLLECTING BACK*
Patek Philippe; A 1970's 18ct Gold Cased Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed cushion shape dial with black Roman numerals, within plain case, on a strap, in original case with guarantee dated 11/4/75; Together with A Patek Philippe Watch Winding Box, (fitted for one wristwatch), a Patek Philippe museum booklet etc.
*Goldsmiths Insurance Valuation for the wristwatch, of £17,810, dated 24/05/2013.
£4500-5000
320.    Longines; A La Grande Classique Ladies Wristwatch, with signed mother of pearl dial, to integral two colour bracelet, complete with spare links, in original box with booklet. £500-600
321.    Renato; A Modern Limited Edition Ladies Diamond Set Wristwatch, 27/30, with mother of pearl dial, on original strap. £50-70
322.    Renato; A Modern Limited Edition Ladies Diamond Set Wristwatch, 98/106, with black dial, on original strap. £50-70
323.    Chateau; A Gent's Wristwatch, the signed rectangular dial with dot markers, within case stamped "14K 0.585", to integral brink link bracelet, the clasp stamped "585". £700-800
324.    Omega; A Constellation Automatic Gent's Wristwatch, the signed dial with baton markers, centre seconds and date aperture, the case inscribed "R.K. O'TOOLE", on strap with Omega buckle (detached). £180-200
325.    A 9ct Gold Cased Ladies Wristwatch, the white dial with black and red Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, on later expanding bracelet. £40-60
326.    Rolex; A c.1950's Gent's Stainless Steel Oysterdate Precision Wristwatch, Ref:6494, case numbered 251967, the signed black dial with Arabic numerals, dagger markers and "roulette" date, (movement unseen) on Rolex U.S.A. jubilee bracelet. £700-900
327.    Chas Frodsham London; An 18ct Gold Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed Chas Frodsham & Co 115 New Bond St London, within plain case, London 1908. £300-400
328.    Thos Russell & Son; A 9ct Gold Cased Openface Chronograph Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and centre seconds, the movement signed Thos Russell & Son Makers to Queen Victoria Liverpool", within plain case, Chester 1907. £200-300
329.    Waltham USA; A 9ct Gold Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed A.W.W.Co. Waltham U.S.A. Traveler, within plain case, Birmingham 1933. £150-250
330.    Waltham USA; A Gold Plated Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals, within plain case; Together with Another Gold Plated Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the unsigned dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement cover inscribed "To George from Katie 25/7/18", within monogrammed case. (2) £50-80
331.    An 18ct Gold Cased Half Hunter Pocketwatch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, the movement signed Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company Ltd 112 Regent St London, the movement cover inscribed "To Superintendent Hickes from Mr & Mrs Montagu in recognition of the skilful way in which he recovered Mrs Montagu's diamond tiara 18th Jan 1908 Melton Park", within plain case, London 1907, in original fitted case; Together with An 18ct Gold Albert Chain, suspending T-bar.
£800-1200
332.    Super Akurit; A 9ct Gold Cased Hunter Pocketwatch, the signed dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement cover inscribed "Presented to Oswald Taylor by his colleagues at Sheffield Gas Co as a mark of esteem on his retirement 1888 to 1936, within plain case, Birmingham 1926, in a fitted case; Together with A Gold Plated Cased Openface Pocketwatch, (glass cracked). (2) £300-400
333.    John Forrest London; A 9ct Gold Cased Openface Pocketwatch, the signed foliate engraved dial with black Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial, the movement signed "London E.C. Chronometer Maker to the Admiralty", the movement cover inscribed "John Forrest London 95980", within allover engraved case, Chester 1911 (glass cracked). £300-400
334.    A Continental Cased Ladies Fob Watch, the white dial with black Roman numerals and gilt highlights, within allover engraved case, stamped "18K"; together with two gilt metal Albertinas. (3) £70-100
335.    A Continental Cased Half Hunter Ladies Fob Watch, the white dial with black Roman numerals, within allover engraved case with enamel chapter ring, stamped "18K"; Together with A Blue Enamel Bar Brooch, in a case. £100-150
336.    Movado; A Chronometre Ermeto Purse Watch, the signed square dial with Arabic numerals, within silver gilt case bearing import marks for London 1929, within sliding brown leather case with strap and popper fastener. £30-50
337.    Elgin; A Ladies Hunter Fob Watch; the signed dial with black Roman and red Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary dial (lacking hand), within allover engraved case, stamped "14K"; together with a long chain. (2) £180-220
340.    George V Canada Five Dollars, 1912. £300-400
341.    An 18ct Gold Fancy Link Double Albert Chain, suspending T-bar. £800-1000
342.    A Muff Chain, of uniform design, suspending swivel clasp. £200-300
343.    A Two Colour Fancy Link Chain, together with a long muff type chain, with sliding brooch, and a muff chain. (3) £80-120
344.    A 9ct Gold T-Bar Pendant, together with another smaller. (2) £50-80
345.    Seven 9ct Gold and Other Heart Shape Padlock Style Clasps, varying sizes. £30-50
346.    A Fancy Link Albertina, suspending T-bar; Together with A Graduated Curb Link Albert Chain, a further chain etc. £20-40
347.    A Pair of 15ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, the plain oval panels on chain connections; Together with Two Pairs of 9ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, a further pair etc. £150-200
348.    A 9ct Gold Medallion Pendant, suspended from 9ct gold bar brooch; Together with A Masonic Pendant, "Presented to Bro Jas Dunn 1900" "Shamrock & Thistle Lodge St. A.O.A.F.G"; A 9ct Gold Masonic Swivel Pendant, etc. £120-160
349.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Gent's Masonic Cufflinks, each openwork oval panel detailed with a compass and set square; Together with A 15ct Gold Masonic Pendant. (2) £120-160
350.    A Muff Chain, stamped "9c", suspending swivel clasp. £200-300
351.    A 9ct Gold Albert Chain, to double swivel, suspending T-bar. £300-350
352.    A 9ct Gold Graduated Curb Link Part Albert Chain, suspending T-bar. £450-500
353.    A 9ct Gold Albert Chain, to single swivel, suspending T-bar. £200-300
354.    A Curb Link Albert Chain, to single swivel and bolt ring, suspending T-bar, stamped "18". £200-300
355.    A Muff Type Chain, highlighted with six collet set spacers, suspending heart shape padlock clasp with glazed locket verso. £70-100
356.    A Specimen Case Containing Eight Sovereigns, Victoria 1872 (young head, shield back), Victoria 1876 (young head), Victoria 1887 (2), Victoria 1893, Edward VII 1909, George V 1911, Elizabeth II 1957 (all circulated condition). £1200-1500
357.    A 9ct Gold Albert Chain, suspending T-bar and hardstone inset swivel pendant. £300-400
358.    A Gentleman's Cufflinks and Dress Stud Set, stamped "18ct", contained in a fitted case. £200-300
359.    A Seal Pendant, initialled, with scroll surmount, on split ring. £40-60
360.    A Queen Victoria Sovereign, 1894, loose set within brooch mount, with applied scroll detail. £180-200
361.    A Muff Chain, of uniform design, stamped "9c", with swivel clasp. £250-300
362.    An Identity Bracelet, of uniform design to snap clasp, suspending five half sovereigns, each with applied pendant loop; 1887 (shield back), 1906, 1908, 1912, 1914. £300-400
363.    Victoria £2 Coin, 1887 (Jubilee head), with applied scroll pendant loop, on a chain. £300-400
364.    A Pair of Gent's Cufflinks, each composed of two Edward VII half Sovereigns, with applied chain connections. £300-400
365.    Elizabeth II Sovereign, 1967. £170-200
366.    Edward VII Sovereign, 1910. £170-200
367.    George V Sovereign, 1914. £170-200
368.    South Africa 1 Pond, 1897. £150-200
369.    A Pair of 9ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, the octagonal panels on chain connections. £50-70
370.    A Pair of 18ct Gold Gent's Cufflinks, the engine turned panels on chain connections. £150-200
371.    A 9ct Gold Curb Link Albert Chain, to double swivel, suspending T-bar and 9ct gold medallion pendant. £200-300
372.    A Curb Link Chain, to bolt ring stamped "9ct", suspending 15ct gold T-bar. £60-80
375.    AFTER WALTER DENDY SADLER (1854-1923)
The Patchwork Quilt, engraving, later hand coloured, with printed signatures of the artist and the publisher in the margin,
37.5 x 49.5cms.
£40-60
376.    AFTER EDWARD BOUVERIE HOYTON (1900-1988)
The Scotch Shepherd, coloured engraving, titled and signed in pencil in the margin,
27.5 x 22cms.
£80-120
377.    AFTER J. ARCHER
Derbyshire, engraved map, later coloured,
26 x 21cms.
Nine Other Maps, similar, and two further reproduction examples. (12) £50-80
378.    AFTER JOHN SPEEDE
"Darbieshire", an engraved map, hand coloured, framed and glazed,
41 x 54cms. £150-200
379.    AFTER R. MORDEN
"A New Map of England", engraved map, hand coloured,
46 x 57cms. £150-200
380.    AFTER EMANUEL BOWEN
The East Riding of Yorkshire, engraved map, hand coloured, framed and glazed,
52.5 x 65cms. £20-40
381.    AFTER D'ANVILLE
Orbis Verteribus Notus (The Ancient World), engraved map, hand coloured, framed and glazed,
53 x 73cms. £30-50
382.    •LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY (1887-1976)
Seaside Promenade, limited edition reproduction printed in monochrome, signed and dated 1967 within the plate and signed and numbered 39/75 in the margin,
50.5 x 63.5cms. £2500-3500
385.    •MARIA MUCHARSKA (Polish Artist) (b.1958)
Study of Four Colourful Cats amongst Lilac Leaves, mixed media, signed and dated 10.8.2003 lower left,
29.5 x 90cms. £40-60
386.    HARRY GOODWIN (c.1840-1925)
A Busy Harbour, watercolour heightened with bodycolour, signed lower right,
18 x 25cms. £50-80
387.    CLAUDE HAYES (1852-1922)
Gathering Kelp, watercolour, signed lower left,
22 x 28cms. £40-70
388.    FRANK SALTFLEET (Sheffield Artist) (1860-1937)
Harbour Scene, watercolour, signed lower right,
18 x 27cms. £100-150
389.    EDWIN ST. JOHN (Act.1880-1920)
Lakeland Landscape, watercolour, signed lower right,
27 x 40cms;
Another, a pair. (2) £80-120
390.    ENGLISH SCHOOL (Late XIX Century)
A Cottage in a Derbyshire Landscape, watercolour, signed with monogram 'EL' lower left,
31 x 38cms. £50-80
391.    THOMAS. M. MADAWSKA HEMY (1852-1937)
Study of a Lady, standing, full length, in evening dress and holding a fan, gouache and bodycolour, signed lower left,
75 x 48cms. £150-250
392.    •DORA HOLZHANDLER (1928-2015)
"Two Rabbis", charcoal drawing, signed lower centre, with date under mount, details verso,
57.5 x 39.5cms.
£70-90
393.    JOHN GRIFFITHS (1838-1918)
The Mahabuleshwar Cooly No. 3, watercolour and gum arabic heightened in white, signed, inscribed "Bombay" and dated 1876 lower left and titled on an old label affixed verso,
26.5 x 23cms. £800-1200
394.    •ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996)
The Roundhouse, Ringinglow, pen and ink and watercolour,
27 x 34.5cms. £200-300
395.    CLELIA BOMPIANI BATTAGLIA (1847-1927)
Venetian Flower Sellers, watercolour, signed lower left,
53 x 36cms. £300-500
396.    •TONY WATTS (British School) (XX Century)
Refitting the Russian, Alexandra Dock, Hull, January 1992, watercolour, signed lower left, titled on a label verso,
38 x 48cms;
Another, "The Amer Shanti in King George Dock, Hull", a pair. (2) £80-120
397.    •COLIN VERITY (British School) (XX Century)
S.S. Umtali Manoeuvring to Leave King George V Dock, Hull, watercolour, signed lower right, titled on a label verso,
33 x 47.5cms. £50-80
398.    •COLIN VERITY (British School) (XX Century)
T.S.S. Gothic Berthing in the King George V Dock, Hull in the 1950's, watercolour heightened with bodycolour, signed and dated (19)86 lower right, titled on a label verso,
32 x 46cms. £50-80
399.    •COLIN VERITY (British School) (XX Century)
Anchor Port, watercolour, signed lower left, titled on a label verso,
26 x 48.5cms. £50-80
400.    •JANET PERCIVAL (Sheffield Artist)
Study of a Female Bust, her hair in a bob, pencil drawing, signed and dated '90 lower right, with details of subject 'Jo' verso,
23.5 x 14cms. £50-70
401.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996)
Rivelin Hotel, winter scene, watercolour, signed lower right,
32 x 43cms.
Provenance: With Hibbert Brothers. £1500-2000
402.    •HARRY EPWORTH ALLEN (Sheffield Artist) (1894-1958)
Wooded Landscape, mixed media, signed lower left,
20 x 26cms. £500-700
403.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996)
Three Little Hitlers, pen and ink, signed lower left,
12 x 17cms.
*Provenance: With Hibbert Brothers.
£300-500
404.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996)
"Sherringham, 1981", ink drawing, illustrated on page 99 of "A George Cunningham Sketchbook", with details verso,
11 x 15.5cms;
Another, by the same hand, cottage scene with Houndkirk Hill, sketch, details verso,
11.5 x 16.5cms. (2) £50-80
405.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996)
"Carr Houses, Mayfield Road", ink drawing, signed in pencil lower centre,
16.5 x 26cms;
Another, by the same hand, a cottage scene, illustrated on page 20 of "A George Cunningham Sketchbook", details verso,
9.5 x 13.5cms. (2) £50-80
406.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996)
A Country Hamlet, ink drawing, signed in pencil lower left,
19.5 x 26cms;
Another, by the same hand, village scene with carriage in foreground, pencil sketch, signed lower centre,
35 x 65.5cms. (2) £50-80
407.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996)
Charles Street, Sheffield, with the Empire Palace, gouache, signed lower right,
39 x 54cms. £800-1200
408.    CHARLES BEATSON (British School) (XIX/XX Century)
"A Happy Royalist", watercolour, signed lower left,
22 x 14cms;
Another "D'Artagnon", a pair. (2) £100-150
409.    •JOSEPH APPLEYARD (1908-1960)
Huntsman on White Hunter hurdling a hedge, gouache, signed lower right,
15 x 20cms. £30-50
412.    •EDWARD S. BILLIN (Sheffield Artist) (1911-1995)
Mayfield Valley, landscape, oil on board, signed lower right.
49.5 x 60 cms £50-100
413.    BERNARD BENEDICT HEMY (1855-1913)
A Busy XIX Century Harbour Scene, with grey skies and seagulls in flight, oil on board, signed lower right,
22.5 x 30cms. £80-120
414.    G. MEARS
Dutch Fishing Scene, with figures mending nets on foreshore, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1865 lower right,
25.5 x 40.5cms. £40-60
415.    •GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996)
Old Hall Hotel, Hope, oil on canvas, signed lower left,
60 x 76cms. £450-550
416.    •ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE CUNNINGHAM (Sheffield Artist) (1924-1996)
Farm Buildings in the Snow, oil on canvas,
41 x 49.5cms. £250-350
417.    ALCIDE SEGONI (1847-1894)
Portrait of a Musketeer, oil on canvas, signed upper right,
35.5 x 27cms. £100-150
418.    •DAVID J. CURTIS (British School) (XX Century)
The Young Mariner, Staithes, oil on canvas, signed lower left, titled on an RSMA label verso,
71 x 91.5cms. £200-300
419.    •TREVOR NEAL (Sheffield Artist) (b.1947)
"Paxos, Corfu", oil on board, monogrammed and dated 2006 lower right, details verso,
28 x 43cms. £60-90
420.    •TREVOR NEAL (Sheffield Artist) (b.1947)
Landscape with trees and lake in foreground, windmill in distance, oil on board, monogrammed and dated 2006 lower right, details verso,
27.5 x 38.5cms. £60-90
421.    •TREVOR NEAL (Sheffield Artist) (b.1947)
"Lefkimi, Corfu", oil on board, monogrammed and dated 2006 lower left, details verso,
37.5 x 27cms. £60-90
422.    •TREVOR NEAL (Sheffield Artist) (b.1947)
An Early XX Century Hamlet Scene, possibly Derbyshire, with figures and birds on track, oil on board, monogrammed and dated 2007, details verso,
40 x 50cms. £60-90
423.    ENGLISH SCHOOL (Late XX Century)
Colourful Panoramic Countryside Landscape, oil on board,
21.5 x 29.5cms. £30-40
424.    BRITISH SCHOOL (Early XX Century)
Angel Appearing to Figures in a Landscape, oil on board,
41 x 55cms. £250-350
425.    •ATTRIBUTED TO ANTOINE BLANCHARD (1910-1988)
A Rainy Evening in Montmartre, oil on canvas, signed lower right,
50.5 x 61cms. £100-150
426.    •JOHN BAMPFIELD (b.1947)
A Battlefield Military Formation, oil on canvas, signed lower left,
51 x 76cms.
*Provenance: With Hibbert Brothers. £100-150
427.    •JEAN YOUNG (1914-1995)
Mixed Flowers in a Vase, oil on canvas board, signed lower left,
22 x 17cms;
Together with a Royal Academy of Arts Bronze Medal of Merit, awarded to the artist, in original case of issue. (2) £100-200
428.    BRITISH NAIVE SCHOOL (Mid XIX Century)
The Tryst, a cavalry officer with serving girl and other figures outside a country inn, oil on canvas,
51 x 64cms. £120-180
429.    AUSTIN WINTERBOTTOM (Sheffield Artist) (1860-1919)
"Town Cousin", two young women walking on a lane in a wooded landscape, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1889 lower right,
77 x 97.5cms. £300-500
432.    A XIX Century Pine Rectangular Box, with hinged lid, black lacquered and gilt allover with oriental style designs, 42.5cms wide. £40-70
433.    A George III Mahogany Cheese Coaster, of conventional dished form with twin turned handles, leather castors, 43cms wide. £200-300
434.    A Late XIX / Early XX Century Mahogany Solitaire Board, complete with thirty three multi-coloured spun glass marbles with pontil marks. £100-200
435.    A XVII Century Style Carving of a Monk, wearing a habit tied at the waist, 55cms high (arms partly missing). £30-50
436.    A Good Mid XIX Century and Later Carved and Stained Wood Rocking Horse, the breast strap inscribed "R.J. Mitchell, Lancaster" and mounted centrally with a military badge flanked by the dates of the First and Second World Wars, other details including flowing mane, flaring nostrils and open mouth on arched plywood support and tubular brass rocker mechanism set within an open framed trestle base, 129cms high, 154cms wide. £400-600
436A.   A XIX Century Rosewood Travelling Box, the fitted interior with lift out tray containing assorted boxes, jars and bottles, with removable mirror and base jewel drawer. £120-140
437.    A Late XIX Century Yellow Metal Compass Fob, (tests as 18ct gold), the circular white enamel dial with black letters, 3cms diameter, 5cms high. £200-300
438.    A 1920's Art Deco Gilt Painted Spelter Figure, of a girl standing on tip toes in a dancing pose, mounted on a graduated circular alabaster base,34cms high overall height (damage to two fingers). £100-150
439.    A Pair of Late XX Century Bronze Stylised Figures of Female Dancers, each in ballet position, square base, the larger 32.5cms high. £100-150
440.    An Art Deco Bronze Figure of a Female Dancer, mounted on a marble ball and square base, 21cms high. £100-150
442.    A French Art Deco Bronzed Spelter Figure, depicting a young female archer wearing a loose dress, square section marble pedestal, fitted for electric light, 48cms high. £80-120
443.    A Quantity of Miniature Bronze Cold Painted Figures, based on nursery rhyme and children's book characters. £100-150
444.    A 1930's Continental Green Onyx Ashtray, surmounted by a bronze and ivory figure of Pierrot, 12.8cms high overall. £100-150
445.    A Routledge and Johnson's Patent Brass Three Bar Miner's Lamp, further stamped J. Abbot & Co. Ltd, Gateshead, numbered 500 and 173, hook suspension, 26.5cms high. £200-400
446.    An Early XX Century W.M.F. Planished Copper Baluster Vase, decorated with applied plant tendrils in the Art Nouveau manner, 38.5cms high. £50-80
447.    MANNER OF CHARLES VALTON (1851-1918)
Study of a Racehorse and Jockey, bears signature, 61cms high. £300-500
448.    A Cold Painted Soft Metal Table Lighter, circa 1920's, in the form of a retriever spaniel with game seated beside a tree trunk, on a rectangular base, 15.5cms high. £30-50
449.    ATTRIBUTED TO HYACINTHE MERCIER (French School) (XIX Century)
Portrait of a Lady, half length wearing a black dress and pearl necklace, miniature on ivory, oval,
6.3 x 4.6cms;
Another, early XX Century miniature on ivory, signed Laurence, oval,
9 x 7cms. (2) £120-180
450.    A Late XIX Century French Carved Ivory Figure of Joan of Arc the Maid of Orleans, in military costume, holding a sword and leaning against a pillar, oval base, 11.5cms high. £100-150
451.    An Early XX Century Indian Carved Ivory Tusk, elaborately pierced and carved with scrolling foliage enclosing figures of Deities, oval hardwood stand, 21.5cms high. £100-150
452.    An Early XX Century German Lehmann 'Tap Tap' Clockwork Man, pushing a two wheel barrow, showing signs of wear in line with age, hat may be reprinted. £150-250
453.    An Early XX Century German Lehmann 'Bucking Bronco' Clockwork Cowboy, on bucking horse, showing some signs of wear to original finish and some later paint loss. £250-350
454.    A Quantity of Miniature Lead Figures, Bronze Cold Paints and Dolls House Accessories, including babies and associated items. £100-150
455.    A XIX Century Continental Porcelain Headed Doll Automata, the porcelain head stamped "Made in Germany No. 890", clockwork motion nods the head and moves arms, one arm holding a doll, in original dress, attached to base, small hole to head beneath wig, hairline crack to head, approximately 31.5cms high. £300-500
456.    A Rare Hardy 3 in Alloy 1896 Perfect Trout Fly Reel, early check, the faceplate impressed with rod-in-hand, and oval logos and further stamped "Hardy's Pat. Perfect Reel", ivorine handle, the dished drum with two rows of differing size perforations, original locking nut, brass strap above tension adjuster to the rim, smooth brass foot. £3000-5000
457.    A Victorian Dowler Patent Corkscrew, with brass cylindrical barrel, steel worm, ebonised handle with brush to one end, 17.5cms closed. £50-80
458.    An Early XX Century Wood Framed and Glazed Electric Bell Board, by J. Kinninmont & Sons, 26 Chilworth St, W2.
*It is believed that this item came from the home of Sir George Anderson Critchett, Senior Opthalmic Surgeon and subsequently Surgeon/Occulist to King Edward VII. £200-250
459.    A Blue John Rock, of roughly semi-circular form, with typical purple vein throughout, converted to a lamp, 21cms high, 25cms long; together with a small rock. (2) £100-150
460.    A Set of Four Early XX Century Burmese Bone Painted Figures, in traditional costume, three carrying a large hat on their backs, the other with a sword and holding a pipe, mounted upon circular wooden bases, 14.5 to 15.5cms high. £100-150
461.    A XX Century Three Blade Folding Pocket Knife, by Stan Shaw, Sheffield, with brass lined horn scales, triple brass riveted with white metal inset, blade lengths 5.5cms and 8cms, overall 12cms long. £50-100
462.    A Pair of Mid XIX Century Black Ashford Marble Vases, of cylindrical form, inset with multi-coloured hardstones with floral sprays, 14cms high (one chipped and slight losses). £70-100
463.    A Collection of Egyptian Artefacts, including a single handled pottery ewer, decorated with a seated figure, 20cms high; a two handled globular vase, decorated with roundels and line bands, 13.5cms high; various other vases and ewers, beads, flints etc. £70-100
465.    An Arts & Crafts Sewn Silk Picture, depicting a medieval woman holding a vase,
60.5 x 32cms overall.
*Provenance: Exhibited Scottish National Exhibition Women's Section. £70-100
466.    An Early XIX Century Needlework Sampler, worked by Mary Hobson, 1820, with a verse "Happy the child whose tender years.." within foliate and geometric borders, 56 x 52cms, framed and glazed. £80-120
467.    A Late XIX Century Turkish Style Rug, with three diamond medallions to the centre within gull borders and bands on a red ground, 200 x 300cms. £100-150
468.    A Late XIX Century Turkish Style Rug, with a shaped diamond medallion to the centre within floral and geometric bands on a pink ground, 148 x 210cms. £70-100
469.    A Pair of Late Victorian Oil Lamps, the opaque white glass pear shaped bodies decorated with portraits of Napoleon and Josephine, within blue borders, frosted shades, with brass mounts and feet, 73cms high. £120-180
470.    A Victorian Blue and White Overlaid Glass and Brass Mounted Pillar Oil Lamp, on turned knop and foliate decorated square base (converted to electricity), 56.5cms high overall. £120-180
471.    A Victorian Red and White Overlaid Glass and Brass Mounted Pillar Oil Lamp, on heavy cast, shaped triangular base (converted to electricity), 72.5cms high overall. £200-300
472.    A Continental XX Century Art Nouveau Style Brass Raise and Pull Ceiling Oil Lamp, cast with Rococo scrolls to nine candle sconces, pull weight, opaline red rose decorated glass shade, green ceramic well and holder with floral decoration. £150-200
472A.   A MId XX Century Continental Murano Style Ceiling Light, decorated with sprouting tulips from central baluster, five green glass leaf supports to bell shaped shades. £200-250
472B.   A Mid XX Century Spanish Glass Bag Chandelier, having faceted rectangular and octagonal lustre glass drops to brass swan surmounted ring, all-over pear drops and lower sphere. £180-220
472C.   A Mid XX Century Continental Ceiling Light, having six scroll branches with octagonal lustre connectors and many pear shaped drops. £150-180
472D.   A Mid XX Century Spanish Glass Ceiling Light, having five scroll branches and pear shaped lustre drops to floret mounts. £40-60
472E.   A Mid XX Century Spanish Glass Ceiling Light, having five scroll branches and pear shaped lustre drops to floret mounts. £40-60
473.    Robinson [John] ed: A Directory of Sheffield including The Manufacturers of the Adjacent Villages etc., pub. J. Montgomery, Sheffield, 1797, rebound half calf; a similar 1787 facsimile reprint, pub. Pawson & Brailsford, Sheffield 1889 (damages), and four other XIX Century Sheffield Directories, comprising 1833, 1841, 1856 and 1860. (6) £150-250
474.    Hunter [Joseph] : Hallamshire, The History and Topography of the Parish of Sheffield etc., with additions by Rev. Alfred Gatty, pub. London 1869, gilt cloth; Bell [Alexander B.] ed: Peeps into the Past, pub. Sheffield 1909; Addy (Sidney Oldall] ed: A Glossary of Words Used in the Neighbourhood of Sheffield, pub. London 1888, rebound half calf. (3) £80-120
475.    Leader [Robert Eadon] ed: Reminiscences of Old Sheffield etc., 2nd edition., pub. Sheffield 1876, gilt cloth; Armitage [Ella. S] : A Key to English Antiquities etc., pub. Sheffield 1897, gilt cloth; Furness [J.M.] : Record of Municiparl Affairs in Sheffield .... 1843-1893, pub. Sheffield 1893, gilt cloth; Ronksley [James George] ed : An Extract and Perfect Survey and View of the Manor of Sheffield etc., privately printed, 1908, rebound, cloth; Hawson [H. Keeble] : Sheffield The Growth of a City 1893-1926, pub. Sheffield 1968, cloth. (5) £80-120
476.    Sparling ]R.A.]: History of the Sheffield Battalion, n.d. circa 1920, gilt cloth; Coward [Sir Henry] : Round the World on Wings of Song, subscriber's autographed edition, No. 301/500, pub. Sheffield 1933, gilt cloth; Leader [Robert Eadon] : The Sheffield Banking Company Limited, An Historical Sketch, 1831-1916, pub. Sheffield 1916, half calf and five other Sheffield related volumes, various. (8) £70-100
477.    Directory of the Towns and Suburbs of Sheffield, 1837, rebound half calf; Holland [G. Calvert] : The Vital Statistics of Sheffield, pub. London 1843, gilt morocco; A.O.F. Guide to Sheffield, 1903, gilt cloth; two vols., Sheffield Local Directories, and six other Sheffield related volumes and pamphlets (many A/F). (11) £70-100
478.    Milne [A.A.] : The House at Pooh Corner, illustrated by Ernest H. Shephard, published by Methuen & Co., first edition, red leather cover, no dust wrapper; together with another 'When We Were Very Young', twelfth edition and 'Now We Are Six' first edition, both red leather covers. (3) £120-180
479.    London Almanack for the Year of Christ 1767, printed for the Company of Stationers, woven tartan binding, spine partly detached, printed board slipcase, 5.5cms high. £50-80
480.    Goodacre [J.A.] : Buxton Old and New, 1928, number 149 of a limited edition of 550, with 108 drawings by different artists, published by J. Berrisford & Co., brown cloth and another, 'On Christmas Eve and Other Verses' by the same author, paperback. (2) £50-80
481.    Audubon [John James] : The Birds of America; from original drawings by John James Audubon, two volumes,1966, pub. Michael Joseph Ltd and The Connoisseur, tan linen boards, in slipcase. £50-80
482.    The Royal Natural History, edited by Richard Lydekker, vols I to VI, 1893-1896, pub. Frederick Warne & Co., gilt tooled pictorial boards, some foxing but colour plates and engravings clean. (6) £30-50
483.    Fletcher [J.S.] : Picturesque History of Yorkshire, an account of the history, topography, antiquities, industries and modern life of Yorkshire, pub. The Caxton Publishing Co., vols 1-6, gilt tooled red cloth boards. (6) £30-40
484.    Rutgers [A] : Birds of the World, six volumes, lithographs by John Gould, pub. Methuen & Co., including Birds of Europe, 2 volumes, 1966; Birds of Australia, 1967; Birds of Asia, 1968, Birds of South America, 1972, and Birds of New Guinea, 1970, all in dustjackets; together with British Birds and Their Haunts by Rev. C.A. John and British Birds by Rev. F.O. Morris (vol 5). (8) £50-80
485.    Lloyds Natural History, sixteen volumes, comprising Butterflies (5 vols); British Birds (4 vols); Game Birds (2 vols); Monkeys (2 vols; Marsupials, Mammals and Cats, pub. London, Edward LLoyd Ltd., 1896-97, numerous colour chromolithographic plates in all volumes, gilt and black pictorial brown cloth boards. £80-140
486.    Autograph : Bela Lugosi, on a small letter sheet, in red ink, the Hungarian-American actor famous for his portrayal of Count Dracula in the 1931 film, and many other horrors, often alongside Boris Karloff. £40-60
487.    Autographs : Bing Crosby and Sean Connery, in blue pen, on an Aldchlappie Hotel picture card, signed at Gleneagles, tuesday August 24th 1976 where 'Bing and Bond' played a round of golf together, as part of the Pro-Celebrity Tournament; A Further Autograph: Henry Cooper, in blue pen, on a pictorial Crathie Parish Church, Deeside, pamphlet, he played the Pro-Celebrity Tournament in 1977. £30-50
488.    Autographs: Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, on unmounted black and white photograph with handwritten title 'Hello Ronald'. £150-200
489.    A Mid XX Century and Later Autograph Book, autographs include Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy on single page under printed image of the pair, Len Hutton, James Hunt, Ted Long amongst many other television, sport and theatre personalities. £200-300
490.    A Mid XX Century and Later Autograph Book and a Quantity of Signed Photographs, from sport, television, theatre, film etc, including Max Bygraves, Tommy Trinder, Wilfred Pickles, Norman Wisdom, Margaret Lockwood, Billy Cotton, Gracie Fields, George Formby, Frank Randle, Danny Kaye, Ted Ray, Arthur Askey, Frankie Howard and Henry Cotton amongst many others. £200-300
491.    A Cased Full Mount Taxidermy Specimen of a Red Squirrel (Sciurus Vulgaris), mounted in naturalistic setting with twigs and grasses, early XX Century, the case 28 x 33cms. £50-100
492.    A Cased Full Mount Pair of British Birds, by J.E. Massey, Finkle Street, Malton, circa 1900, featuring a Lapwing, known as Peewit (Vanellus Vannellus) and a Kingfisher (Alcedo Atthis) mounted in naturalistic surroundings, the case 32 x 31cms. £80-120
493.    A Cased Full Mount Taxidermy Specimen of a Red Squirrel (Sciurus Vulgaris), mounted within semi-naturalistic surroundings, early XX Century, in a glass dome approximately 47cms high. £80-120
494.    A Full Mount Taxidermy Specimen of a Chacma Baboon (Papio Hamadryas Ursinus), also known as the Cape Baboon, one of the largest members of the monkey family, stands approximately 85cms high, set on naturalistic base accompanied by a copy of the original Cites Import Certificate from South Africa, 2004. £200-400
495.    A Full Mount Taxidermy Speceimen of an Eastern Racoon (Procyon Lotor), stands approximately 35cms high excluding log mount. £50-100
496.    A Full Mount Taxidermy Specimen of a Eurasian Brown Bear, early XX Century, measuring approximately 133cms high, some central heating damage to back fur, claws with damages. £100-200
497.    A Circa 1951 Leica IIF 35mm Camera, Ernst Leitz, Wetzlar, Germany, black dial version with Leitz Elmar F=5cm 1:3.5 lens with cover, serial number 613287, in good condition with original box, instructions, the camera body screw cap and leather case, (the box coming apart a little). £250-350
498.    A Late XIX Century Brass Theodolite, engraved "Stanley Gt. Turnstyle, Holborn, London 380" to the body, in fitted mahogany case, stitched leather strap and tripod stand. (2) £30-60
499.    A Circa 1900 Brass Refracting Telescope, stamped "J.H. Steward, London", mounted on a folding cast metal tripod base, mahogany case. £70-100
500.    An 1830-50 Brass Miners Dial/Theodolite, the 12cms diameter silvered compass dial engraved "Will. Wilton, St. Day, Cornwall, cased, with accessories and associated wooden tripod stand. (2) £100-200
501.    A 1930's Stick Barometer, designed and constructed by Kenneth Horton, with adjustment disc to right side of tubular body, maker's plaque to back, 104.5cms high. £80-100
506.    Wines - A Mixed Assortment of Wines, Sherry and Bell's Scotch Whisky, 35cl. (13) £15-30
507.    Port - Silval 2000 Vintage Port, 75cl, 20% vol, case of 6 in original wooden case (poor condition). £60-100
508.    Port - W. & J. Graham's 1991 Vintage Port, 75cl, 20% vol, case of 6 in original wooden case. £80-120
509.    Port - Warre's 1997 Vintage Port, 75cl, 20% vol, case of 6 in original wooden case. £80-120
510.    Port - Dow's 1997 Vintage Port, 75cl, 20% vol, case of 6 in original wooden case. £80-120
511.    Port - Quinta Do Portal 2003 Vintage Port, 750ml, 20% vol, case of 6 in original wooden case (poor condition). £60-100
512.    Port - Warre's 2000 Vintage Port, 75cl, 20% vol, case of 6 in original wooden case (poor condition). £80-100
513.    Port - Warre's 1991 Vintage Port, 75cl, 20% vol, case of 6 in original wooden case. £80-100
514.    Whisky - Bell's Scotch Whisky Christmas 1993 Commemorative Bell, 70cl, 40% vol, boxed. £10-20
515.    Whisky - William Peel Old Number 6 Traditional Finest Scotch Whisky, 150cl, 40% vol, Bottle No. 15412 and Bottle No. 15477. (2) £15-30
516.    Whisky - William Peel Old Number 6 Traditional Finest Scotch Whisky, 150cl, 40% vol, Bottle No. 7311 and Bottle No. 15460. (2) £15-30
517.    Whisky - William Peel Old Number 6 Traditional Finest Scotch Whisky, 150cl, 40% vol, Bottle No. 7441; Porto Kopke Colheita 1982, 75cl 20% vol, boxed; Two Bottles Metaxa, 1l, 38% vol. (4) £30-50
518.    The Macallan Anniversary Malt Whisky 25 Years Old, distilled 1962, bottled 1987, distilled and bottled by The Macallan Distillers Ltd. Craigellachie, Scotland, "A special bottling of unblended single highland malt scotch whisky 25 years old", 75cl, 43% volume, in wooden box; Together with a Bottle of Cherry Marnier. (2) £500-700
519.    Whisky - Seven Bottles of "Specially Selected Very Old Scotch Whisky Same As Supplied To H.R.H The Prince Of Wales", recovered in April 1988 from the wreck of the SS Wallachia, which sank in September 1895 in the Firth of Clyde after being rammed in thick fog by a Norwegian steamer as it navigated toward open seas after leaving the Queen's Dock, Glasgow on a voyage to the West Indies. She remained under just 34 metres of water for nearly 100 years until sport divers rediscovered her. Spirits - A Stoneware Acid Flagon, stopper impressed "Richard Smith Acid Maker Glasgow", flagon impressed "Grosvenor Glasgow"; recovered in April 1988 from the wreck of the SS Wallachia, missing the original handle and stopper damaged; Together with a McKewans Stout Bottle, recovered at the same time.
n.b. * Not for human consumption *
The Lot is also accompanied by copies of the Vendors log book detailing his dives in 1988 where he recovered the items himself. £50-70
520.    Whisky - J. Haig & Co. Fine Old Original Dimple 15 Year Old De Luxe Scotch Whisky, 75cl, 43% Vol, boxed; Chivas Brothers Ltd Royal Salute 21 Years Old Blended Scotch Whisky, 75.7cl, 70 Proof, in velvet bag and boxed. (2) £20-40
521.    Whisky - Five Bell's Scotch Whisky Royal Commemorative Wade Porcelain "Bell" Decanters, to commemorate Prince Andrew's wedding, Charles and Diana's wedding (seal missing), The Queen's 60th Birthday, (all 75cl) and the births of Prince William & Prince Henry, (both 50cl). (5) £20-40
522.    Whisky - Four Bell's Scotch Whisky Royal Commemorative Wade Porcelain "Bell" Decanters, to commemorate Prince Andrew's wedding, The Queen's 60th Birthday, (both 75cl), the births of Prince William (unsealed) and Prince Henry, (both 50cl). (4) £20-40
523.    Champagne - Moet & Chandon Champagne 1981; Champagne Cider - H P Bulmer Pomagne Champagne Cider De Luxe 1969. (2) £40-60
524.    Champagne - Oudinot Brut Champagne; Special Reserve Gancia Dry Sparkling Wine; Together with an assortment of spirit miniatures. (12) £10-20
528.    A Violoncello, probably German, XIX Century, with two piece back, length 77cms, inlaid purfling, with bow, in hard case. £100-200
529.    An Early XX Century Brass French Horn, by Gottwalt Lederer, Markneukirchen, with mouthpieces, fitted case. £60-80
530.    An Early - Mid XX Century DEC Dynasty USA Chrome Cornet, the valves stamped C4418, with mother of pearl finger valves, 48cms long, lacking mouthpiece, in a hard carrying case; Another, stamped C6181. (2) £80-100
531.    An Early - Mid XX Century DEC Dynasty USA Chrome Cornet, the valves stamped C6046, wIth mother of pearl finger valves, 48cms long, lacking mouthpiece, in hard carrying case; Another, stamped C2481. (2) £80-100
532.    An Early - Mid XX Century DEC Dynasty USA Chrome Cornet, the valves stamped C6170, wIth mother of pearl finger valves, 48cms long, lacking mouthpiece, in hard carrying case; Another, stamped E6191; Another, stamped C6136. (3) £80-100
533.    A Mid XIX Century Lever-Wind Cylinder Musical Box, cylinder length 117/8", playing ten airs, the replacement tune sheet fixed to the underside of then lid, in a rosewood, marquetry inlaid and ebonised case (winding mechanism defective, case repolished), 50cms wide. £70-100
534.    Two Mid XX Century St. John's Ambulance Brigade Parade Drums, a 64cms diameter drum, handpainted "Sheffield No. 1 Cadet Division", makers "Henry Potter & Co, 36-8 West Street, Charing Rd, London" and a 35cm diameter drum, with brass casing. (2) £100-200
535.    Three Mid XX Century St. John's Ambulance Association Brigade Parade Drums, all associated to 'Firbeck Main Colliery Division', including a 70cms diameter drum, handpainted on oak veneer by "Boosey & Hawkes, 295 Regent Street, London"; a 35cms diameter drum, brass cased, stamped "Besson & Co. 98 Euston Rd, London" and a 34.5cms diameter example by 'Hawkes & Son (London) Ltd, Makers, London", 9389, all three with rope strapwork. (3) £200-300
536.    An Early XX Century Brass Alto Saxophone, stamped "Adolphe Sax, 84 Rue Myrha, Paris 1 ER Grand Prix de la Fracture Instrumentale Medaille d'or 1900", No. 882 to the bell, further stamped 11537 X to the neck receiver, mother of pearl finger buttons; A Frutone Majestic Metal Mouthpiece, British made 'Perfected Table 4' with a R.O.C. mouthpiece cover and five Rico alto sax 21/2 reeds, all in a modern 'Gator' soft fitted carrying case. £300-400
537.    A Triebert Rosewood Clarinet, No. 2223 ALP; A Boosey & Hawkes "Regent" Plastic Clarinet, both in fitted case. (2) £30-50
538.    A Pair of Rudall Carte & Co. Ltd. Rosewood Clarinets, in a case, together with a Jerome Thibouville Lamy rosewood clarinet, in fitted case. £30-50
539.    An Early XX Century Plated and Brass Vienna Horn, the bell inscribed, "Produktiv-Genossenschaft der Musik - Instrumentenmacher Wien X. Laxenburgerstr. 69", fitted case; A 5-Valve French Horn, inscribed "Gebr. Alexander, Mainz" (parts lacking), fitted case. (2) £50-80
540.    An Early XX Century Brass Natural Horn, inscribed "Orsi, Milano", fitted case; A Brass Three Valve French Horn, by Boosey, No. 99913, fitted case. (2) £60-100
541.    A XIX Century German Violin, two-piece back, length 137/8", inlaid purfling, spliced neck, mother of pearl mounted ebony pegs, the interior with replica Jacobus Stainer label, dated 1660, and further inscribed "Neuner a Hannsteiner in Mittenwald" (repolished), with two bows, fitted case. £50-80
542.    A Violin, one-piece back, length 143/16", with ebony crescent moon, inlaid purfling, re-positioned mother of pearl mounted ebony pegs, the interior with handwritten label inscribed, "Antonius et Hieronymus Fr. Amati, Cremonen Andrea Fil. F. 1580", with two nickel-mounted bows, one stamped for Wilhelm Muhl, the other with indistinct initials, fitted coffin case. £300-500
543.    A XX Century Viola, two-piece back, length 16", inlaid purfling, ebony pegs, the interior with printed label inscribed "Made in Hungary", with bow, possibly silver mounted, fitted case. £100-150
544.    A Mid XX Century Marinelli Piano Accordion, fitted case. £25-40
545.    An Early XX Century Besson Silver Plated Flugelhorn, No.116282; A Hawkes & Son Silver Plated Trumpet. (2) £60-100
546.    A Brass Posthorn, a quantity of French horn and other brass and plated instrument parts. £30-50
547.    A Besson Lacquered Brass Trumpet, No.433699; A Weltklang Brass Trombone, made for Rudall Carte & Co. Ltd., No. 82326. (2) £60-100
548.    A Mid XX Century Boosey & Hawkes Brass Bugle, and a further brass bugle, unnamed. (2) £60-100
549.    A Mollenhauer Boxwood Soprano Recorder and a Similar Alto Recorder, both in a fitted case; A Moeck Steinkopf Boxwood Tenor Recorder, fitted case; Two Base Recorders, one in a fitted case, and a crumhorn. (6) £100-150
550.    A Moennig Ebony Clarinet, No. 42870; A Rosewood Fipple; A Chinese Hardstone Flute, with plated mounts; A Boosey & Hawkes Plastic Flute, fitted case and a rosewood piccolo, made for Boosey & Hawkes. (5) £30-50
551.    Schimmel Grand Piano, mid to late XX Century, in yew wood casing, bearing makers stamp and numbered 328.146 under lift-up lid, on tapering legs, 145cms wide, 172cms long; Together with Matching Stool. £800-1200
552.    A Mid - Late XX Century Spinnet, scratch built in pine, mahogany and other woods, on detachable stand, overall 81cms high, 137cms wide. £50-70
553.    Ibach Baby Grand Piano, circa 1920's, with ebonised casing, named "Rud. Ibach. Sohn" and numbered 87688 under hinged lid, on three two trestle legs, 142cms high, 164cms long. £200-400
555.    A Smith's Astral Ship's Wall Clock, with white dial, winding hole and slow-fast function, within a brass case, overall diameter 26.5cms; An English Made Marine Barometer, with inch and millibar scales, stamped "K H" within a brass case, overall diameter 26.5cms. (2) £150-200
556.    A Late XX Century Synchronome Electric Works Clock, in a glazed oak case, 127.5cms high. £60-100
557.    A Late Victorian Mantel Clock, the Japy Freres cylinder movement No. 27691, with circular white enamel dial Arabic numerals, in a rectangular section brass case with twin cast handles to the side and urn finial, 39.5cms high. £70-100
558.    A Mid XIX Century French Mantel Clock, the Japy Freres cylinder movement No.10484, striking on a bell, the circular porcelain dial floral painted and gilt in the Sevres style, contained within a porcelain mounted, elaborately cast ormolu case. £150-250
559.    A Victorian Brass Skeleton Clock, the fusee movement striking on a bell, marble plinth, 35cms high overall, on an ebonised base with glass cover. £120-180
560.    An Early XX Century German Bracket Clock, with a Winterhalder & Hofmeier movement, the white metal dial with Roman numerals, in a walnut case with arch top and brass carrying handle, 29cms high. £100-150
561.    Ansonia of U.S.A. Carriage Clock, circa 1900, with white enamel face and black Roman numerals to dial, over subsidiary dial, alarm facility, in a soft metal carry case, with brass panels having Corinthian column corners, 12cms high, in original tooled leather case. £60-90
562.    A Late XVII Century Walnut Longcase Clock by Jonathan Andrews, London, the hood with blind fret frieze and circular columns with brass capitals, the long door with feather banding and circular window, on a plinth base, the square dial with silvered chapter ring engraved "Jno. Andrews, London", seconds dial, calendar aperture and blued steel hands, cherub spandrels to each of the four corners, 207cms high. £1000-1500
563.    A Reid & Sons Newcastle Early XX Century Mahogany Chiming Longcase Clock, the hood with arched pediment and canted corners, with engraved silvered dial and three subsidiary dials, St.Michael/Whittington/Westminster chime selections, the trunk with glazed door and panelled base, on paw feet (needs attention). £400-800
564.    A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Longcase Clock, the arched white dial signed "Shearing Sheffield", painted with scenes, with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial, the hood with broken pediment, arched door and turned supports, the base with small shaped door, turned pilasters and bracket feet, 229cms high. £200-300
565.    A Late XVIII Century Oak and Mahogany Longcase Clock, with stepped cornice and turned columns to hood, eight-day, brass dial with Roman numerals and two subsidiary dials, the trunk with a shaped door, on square base with ogee feet, 198cms high. £100-200
566.    A Late XVIII Century Oak and Mahogany Longcase Clock, with swan neck pediment, brass finials and arched door, thirty hour movement, the 30.5cms white dial with Roman numerals and painted with a bird to centre, subsidiary dial, by Jn Hudson, Nottingham, the trunk with shaped crossbanded door and plinth base (no feet), 218cms high. £200-300
568.    A Late XVII Century William & Mary Walnut Chest on Stand, with crossbanded top and stepped cornice over two small and three long drawers, the stand with moulded edge over a long drawer, on turned supports united by shaped stretchers, on bun feet, 125cms high, 96cms wide. £500-800
569.    A Mid XVIII Century Mahogany Silver Chest on Stand, with hinged lid, brass carrying handles, on cabriole legs and pad feet, 89cms high, 122cms wide. £150-200
570.    A Late XVIII Century George III Mahogany Secretaire Bookcase, with fluting and batwing inlay to top and cornice above glazed astragal doors, the base with fitted secretaire above three drawers, on bracket feet, 220cms high, 110cms wide. £400-600
571.    A Late XVIII Century Mahogany Serpentine Shaped Sideboard, the top crossbanded with tulipwood and rosewood, batwing inlay surround to central drawer and flanking cupboard and drawer, on six tapering legs with spade feet, 90cms high, 184cms wide. £300-400
572.    A XIX Century Mahogany Fold-Over Tea Table, with rectangular top, on turned legs, 76.5cms high, 89.5cms wide. £50-100
573.    A XIX Century Mahogany Duchess Dressing Table, the central mirror with shaped supports and jewel drawers, the base with central drawer, on turned legs with undershelf, 136cms high, 102cms wide. £50-100
574.    A Late XIX Century Oak Hall Stand, with a domed top, fretwork frieze, central rectangular mirror and turned coat hooks, over black and white tiles, glove drawer and pierced central support with undershelf, with drip trays, 209cms high, 88cms wide. £60-100
575.    A XIX Century Walnut Mirror Back Credenza, the mirror with applied 'C' scroll decoration and grey marble top, the base with central flanking cupboard doors with mirrors, on a shaped plinth base, 163cms high, 139cms wide. £200-300
576.    A Set of Six XVII Century Style Oak Dining Chairs, with leather seats and back panel, stud decoration, on turned and block supports with bobbin turned front stretchers. £200-300
577.    A XVII Century Style Oak Refectory Table, with rectangular top, baton ends, knulled frieze, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 78cms high, 224cms wide. £100-150
578.    A Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Oak Magazine Rack, with sloping sides, on sledge feet, with carved mouse signature to the handle, 46cms high. £300-400
579.    An XVIII Century Oak Cupboard, the top with stepped cornice and five panelled cupboard doors above two small drawers and two cupboard doors, on bracket feet, 194cms high, 128cms wide. £100-200
580.    A XIX Century Regency Mahogany Teapoy, with a sarcophagus top and turned pedestal, on shaped and scroll feet (damages), 71cms high, 41cms wide. £50-100
581.    A XIX Century Regency Black Lacquer Work Table, the hinged top decorated with figures (distressed), fitted interior, on lyre supports and claw feet united by a central turned stretcher, 68cms high, 62cms wide. £60-100
582.    A William IV Rosewood Chaise Longue, with shaped rail back, carved scroll support, on turned feet with brass castors, 89cms high, 185cms long. £150-250
583.    A XIX Century Mahogany Half Tester Bed, with canopy top, turned and block bed posts, side rails and slatted base. £50-100
584.    An XVIII Century Style Mahogany Serpentine Shaped Chest of Drawers, with brushing slide, four graduated drawers, canted corners with blind fret decoration, on bracket feet, 78cms high, 68cms wide. £150-200
585.    A "Teeangee" (Titchmarsh & Goodwin) Oak Cabinet, in the XVII Century style, with central carved panel, flanking cupboards with lozenge decoration, on turned legs united by stretchers, 75cms high, 107cms wide. £100-150
586.    A Late XVIII Century Oak Chest of Drawers, with two short and three long drawers, on bracket feet, 77cms high, 102cms wide. £80-100
587.    A Mid-Late XVIII Century Mahogany Bureau Bookcase, the top with broken pediment (detached), dentil cornice and twin panelled doors over candle slides, internally with two shelves, eight pigeon holes over four small drawers,the fall front bureau with fitted interior, with two small and three long drawers below (in need of restoration - lacking feet and has been cut in middle of bureau), 225cms high, 107cms wide. £80-150
588.    A Late XVIII Century Mahogany Demi-Lune Dining Table, on tapering legs with spade feet, with centre leaf, 76cms high, 186cms wide. £100-150
589.    A XVII Century and Later Joined Oak Blanket Box, with a panelled top and carved frieze, the base with four carved panels and two small drawers, dated 1617, on turned, later feet, 76cms high, 137cms wide. £100-150
590.    A XX Century French Style Walnut Serpentine Shaped Side Table, with crossbanded top over two small drawers, on cabriole legs with applied gilt metal mounts. £120-150
591.    A XX Century French Style Kingwood Serpentine Shaped Cabinet, gilt metal mounts, pierced three-quarter gallery to marble top, arched doors with marquetry panels and 'C' scroll decoration, two small drawers, on cabriole legs, 156cms high, 85cms wide. £300-500
592.    A XVII Century and Later Joined Oak Stool, with rectangular top, moulded edge and carved frieze, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 51cms high, 45cms wide. £80-120
593.    A XVII Century and Later Joined Oak Stool, with rectangular top and moulded edge, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 32cms high, 36cms wide. £40-60
594.    A XIX Century Mahogany Desk, with three-quarter gallery top, hinged lid with moulded edge fitted with internal drawers, all over a frieze with two small drawers, on turned and reeded legs on bun feet, 92cms high, 101cms wide. £200-300
595.    A Pair of XIX Century Mahogany Bow Fronted Pedestals, (formerly a dressing table), each having an upper section with ceramic and gilt inserts to three small drawers above five graduated drawers, on turned and reeded supports and bun feet, each 123cms high, 49cms wide. £200-300
596.    A XIX Century Kneehole Washstand, with shaped back, the top with white ceramic insert and moulded edge above three small drawers, all over a central cupboard door flanking pedestals, each with cupboard door, on plinth base with carved bun feet, 80cms high, 117cms wide. £250-300
597.    A XIX Century Mahogany Partners Desk, the crossbanded top with green leatherette scriver, three top drawers above flanking pedestals, each with cupboards to rear, panelled sides, on plinth base, 75cms high, 155cms wide. £500-800
598.    An Edwardian Inlaid Bow Fronted Display Cabinet, with cushion frieze and central glazed bow fronted door over single drawer, shaped apron, on cabriole legs united by an undershelf, 180cms high, 134cms wide. £250-350
599.    A William IV Rosewood Piano Stool, with upholstered revolving top, tapering pedestal on trefoil base with claw feet, 57cms high. £40-60
600.    A XVII Century Style Oak Refectory Table, with rectangular top and bobbin ends, on turned and block supports united by 'H' stretcher. £200-300
601.    A Set of Six XVIII Century Style Ash and Elm Ladderback Chairs, with rush seats and turned central railson cabriole legs with pad feet. £100-200
602.    A Circa Mid-Late XX Century Designer Armchair, with red leather button back upholstery on a hessian backed tubular chrome frame. £50-100
603.    A Mid XIX Century Mahogany Sideboard, the shaped back with applied 'C' scroll decoration, the base with a moulded edge and two long drawers over three panelled cupboard doors, on a plinth base, 168cms high, 190cms wide. £150-200
604.    A Mid XVIII Century Oak Chest on Stand, with stepped cornice over three small and three long drawers, the stand with three small drawers, shaped apron, on cabriole legs 600cms high, 102cms wide. £500-800
605.    A XIX Century Continental Burr Walnut Display Cupboard, the rectangular top with shaped cornice above panelled glazed cupboard doors, rounded corners, with shaped base, on turned bun feet, 166cms high, 97cms wide. £120-180
606.    A Set of Six Continental Mahogany Dining Chairs, with curved tablet shaped top rails, above later padded backs, with drop-in stuff-over seats, on carved sabre legs. (6) £100-200
607.    A Pair of Circa 1930's Chrome and Cane Chairs, belived to be designed by Marcel Breuer for Bauhaus, with cantilever tubular chrome frame and caned seats.
Provenance; A handwritten letter accompanying the chairs states that, along with a further chair by Mies van der Rohe the chairs had belonged to legendary designer Jan Tschichold, who brought them to England in 1947 when he became typographer for Penguin books. When he returned to his home in Switzerland in 1949 he sold the chairs to Penguin, where they remained for twenty-six years. His Successor, Mr Hans Schmoller, who later became Head of Production and Art Director at Penguin, left the company in 1976 and purchased the chairs from the company. The chairs have remained in his family since then.
£100-200
608.    Arne Vodder for Sibast Furniture (Denmark): A Mid XX Century Large Teak Sideboard, with twin tambour doors, internal shelves and four central drawers, on circular legs, 86cms high, 250cms wide. £500-800
609.    A XIX Century Mahogany Breakfast Table, with a veneered segmented oval top, hexagonal pedestal on trefoil base with bun feet, 72cms high, 139cms wide. £50-100
610.    An Early XX Century Mahogany Wind-Out Boardroom Table, on tapering legs and spade feet, with four extra leaves, 76cms high, 387cms long (including leaves). £300-500
611.    A Set of Twelve XX Century Boardroom Chairs and an Armchair, with green leather upholstered seats and backs, the backs gilt stamped with the Sheffield coat of arms and "The Sheffield Chamber of Commerce-Manufacturer (Incorporated)", on turned legs with block supports united by 'H' stretchers (all donated by various companies). (13) £200-300
612.    A XVII Century Joined Oak Coffer, with hinged lid and carved frieze over three arched carved panels, on stile feet, 74cms high, 177cms wide. £200-300
613.    A XVII Century Style Oak Dresser Base, with moulded edge, two central drawers, flanking arched panel cupboard doors, carved figural supports, gadrooned frieze, and cup and cover supports united by a pot board on stile feet, 94cms high, 183cms wide. £200-400
614.    A XIX Century Walnut Davenport, with crossbanded top, sloping fall to fitted interior, four side drawers and four dummy drawers, on shaped supports. £150-200
615.    A Pair of Later XIX Century Walnut Salon Chairs, with upholstered seat, back and arms, carved scroll arms, on carved cabriole legs,76cms high, 57cms wide. £100-200
616.    A Mid-Late XVIII Century Lowboy, with rectangular top, moulded edge, single drawer and shaped apron, on pad feet, 70cms high, 78cms wide. £100-150
617.    A XIX Century Mahogany Breakfast Table, with rectangular top and octagonal shaped pedestal, on quatrefoil base with bun feet, 73cms high, 107cms wide. £40-80
618.    A Mid XVIII Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, with circular top and turned pedestal, on cabriole legs and pad feet, 74cms high, 69cms wide. £50-100
619.    A Mid XVIII Century and Later Mahogany Pedestal Table, with circular top and moulded edge, on turned pedestal with cabriole legs and pad feet, 71cms high, 61cms wide. £50-100
620.    An XVIII Century and Later Joined Oak Side Table, with rectangular top, two small drawers and shaped apron, on turned and block supports united by stretchers, 67cms high, 75cms wide. £80-100
621.    An Early XIX Century Mahogany Writing Table, with drop leaves, fitted top drawer over dummy drawer, the back of the table has a brushing slide and dummy drawer over a single drawer, on turned legs with brass castors, 73cms high, 100cms wide. £250-300
622.    A XIX Century Mahogany Pedestal Table, with a circular dish top, turned pedestal, splayed legs, 60cms wide, 72cms high. £40-60