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This sale was held on Wednesday 20th October 2021 at 10:00am

A George II silver apostle spoon, possibly St Andrew, London 1741, 1¼oz.

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A George II silver apostle spoon, possibly St Andrew, makers mark WT, London 1730, 1¼oz.

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An early 18thC silver apostle spoon, cast with a bull or ox, mark indistinct, 1¼oz.

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An early 18thC silver apostle spoon, modelled with a book and a club, London assay marks indistinct, 1½oz.

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An early 18thC silver apostle spoon, modelled with a book or scroll, marks indistinct, maker RP, 1¼oz.

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An early 18thC silver apostle spoon, possibly St Peter, marks indistinct, 1¼oz.

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A George II silver apostle spoon, modelled with a cow or bull, London 1738, 1¼oz.

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An early 18thC silver apostle spoon, modelled with a sword, bird, etc., marks indistinct, 1¼oz.

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An early 18thC silver apostle spoon, possibly of St Simon the Zealotes, marks indistinct, maker RC, 1¼oz.

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A George II silver apostle spoon, possibly St Andrew, London 1730, maker indistinct, 1¼oz.

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A George II silver apostle spoon, modelled with a cow or bull, London 1748, maker indistinct, 1¼oz.

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A Raymond Weil gentleman's wristwatch, with silvered dial and open automatic movement, in a stainless steel case, numbered 2710 K410521, dial 3.5cm wide, 177.7g all in, boxed.

£300 - £500

A Victorian full gold sovereign pendant and chain, the sovereign dated 1889 in a 9ct gold pendant mount, on 9ct gold belcher chain, 60cm long overall, 16.1g all in.

£400 - £600

An 18ct gold diamond dress ring, the central blue diamond in four claw setting, approx 0.77cts, with blue and white diamond set shoulders, in square setting, on a square shaped band, ring size R½, 11.9g all in.

£500 - £800

An 18ct gold sapphire and diamond dress ring, the oval sapphire in tension setting, approx 1.31cts, with seven tiny diamond set shoulders, on a square shaped band, ring size V, 10.9g all in.

Hammer:
£220

A 9ct gold locket pendant and chain, the oval locket with engraved flower detailing, on a Byzantine link chain, 66cm long, 22.2g all in.

Hammer:
£245

A sapphire and diamond dress ring, with oval sapphire in rub over setting, approx 1.43cts, white diamond set twist shoulders, with four round brilliant cut diamonds in tension setting, white metal, marked 750, ring size P½, 11.1g all in.

Hammer:
£300

A 9ct gold dress ring, set with central purple rectangular cut stone, with butterfly details set with tiny diamonds, with pierced X frame shoulders, ring size U, 4.5g all in.

Hammer:
£70

A pair of Eastern style enamel drop earrings, each with pale blue enamel flower and ball design, in yellow metal, marked 750, 3.5cm high, 4.2g all in.

Hammer:
£180

An Elizabeth II full gold sovereign pendant and chain, dated 1966 in scroll detailed 9ct gold pendant frame, on hammered elongated link chain, yellow metal, unmarked, 74cm long, 38g all in.

Hammer:
£600

A 19thC coromandel and brass bound ladies dressing table box, the hinged lid revealing a fitted leather interior and a mirrored back, with an arrangement of silver topped cut glass bottles and boxes, each lid profusely decorated with a heraldic lion, scrolls, leaves, flowers etc., hallmarks for London 1862, the box 19cm high, 32cm wide, 23cm deep.

Hammer:
£400

A Victorian ebony workbox, the domed lid inlaid with mother of pearl and brass, with a fleur de lys and a coronet, enclosing a fitted interior with embroidered covers, mother and pearl and bone spools, etc., on bun feet, 31cm wide.

Hammer:
£65

An 18thC walnut landscape shaped overmantel mirror, with gilt gesso borders, flanked by leaf and berry carving with two brass candle arms, the frame 51cm high, 144cm wide.

Hammer:
£825

A 19thC Spanish corner whatnot, painted in pale green, cream and gilt, the top with a turned finial above three marble tiers, each with a moulded edge, the base with a frieze drawer above two panelled doors, each with central roundels, on bun feet, 204cm high, 87cm wide.

Hammer:
£80

A William de Blaise of London K2 two-manual harpsichord, with two sets of ebony and simulated ivory keys, on turned tapering legs, 104cm wide, 207cm long, with tuning key, booklets, lock key and fitted canvas cover.

£200 - £300

A Victorian figured walnut and marquetry whatnot cabinet, with two graduated bowfronted tiers, each on turned supports on finials, the base with two glazed doors, on bun feet, 125cm high, 106cm wide.

Hammer:
£80

A 1960/70s White and Newton teak low sideboard in the Danish style, with an arrangement of two drawers flanked by two doors on end supports, 69cm high, 199cm wide.

Hammer:
£300

A large Turkish carpet, decorated with flowers, roundels, etc., in pale blue, navy and green, on a red ground with multiple borders, 440cm x 392cm.

Hammer:
£200

A pair of Victorian walnut Howard type armchairs, each upholstered in beige fabric and turned legs with ceramic castors, number stamped to rear legs.

Hammer:
£460

A mid 19thC figured mahogany whatnot cabinet, with a raised back above three shaped shelves, each on cylindrical turned supports, the base with two frieze drawers above a recess, on turned pillars with bun feet, 159cm high, 122cm wide.

£500 - £800

A 19thC gilt gesso overmantel mirror in Rococo style, decorated with scrolls, flowers, leaves surrounding a central shell, (AF), 151cm high, 135cm wide.

Hammer:
£750

A Clarice Cliff Bizarre Chevaux pattern part dinner service, designed by John Armstrong, decorated with horses in blue and brown within a brown border, to include tureen and cover, hors d'oeuvres dish, two handled soup bowls, various plates, etc., some pieces (AF)

Hammer:
£260

A Royal Albert Lavender Rose pattern part dinner, tea and coffee service, to include coffee pot and cover, dinner plates, sauce boat, etc.

Hammer:
£110

A Troika circular vase, with typical Aztec style decoration, handwritten mark to underside and decorator's mark for Annette Brigden, 20cm high.

Hammer:
£160

John Richardson, London. A George III ebonised bracket clock, the arched dial with silver chapter ring engraved with Roman numerals, gilt rococo scroll spandrels and strike silent subsidiary, the case with fret panels to the doors, canted corners on block feet, with fusse movement and back plate engraved John Richardson London, 41cm high overall.

Hammer:
£1,400

An early Victorian figured mahogany mantel clock, the drum shaped case with painted dial for James Gray, 12 Parliament Square, Edinburgh, the rectangular base embellished with foliate scrolls, fusee movement, 45cm high.

Hammer:
£220

A pair of late 19th /early 20thC Berlin porcelain vases and covers, within laurel leaves, flower sprays, etc., with ribbed body, the cover with an eagle finial, marks in blue to underside, 38cm high.

Hammer:
£750

A Victorian cast iron oil lamp, with associated frosted shade, pink opaque moulded reservoir with white enamel decoration, the base decorated with masks, etc., 60cm high overall.

Hammer:
£18

A late 19thC German rosewood mantel clock, with gilt metal mounts, the domed top embellished with flame finials, etc., above a arched brass dial with silvered chapter ring and pierced rococo cast spandrels flanked by caryatids, on paw feet, 48cm high.

£200 - £300

A pair of Royal Worcester porcelain bottle shaped vases and covers, each decorated with flowers, ribbons, etc., within compartments in Islamic style, on a domed foot, printed marks to underside, registration number 270100 numbered 1850, 33cm high.

Hammer:
£170

A late 19th/early 20thC continental porcelain figure group, modelled in the form of musicians around a piano with a small dog, picked out in coloured enamels, indistinctly cross swords type mark to underside, 33cm wide.

Hammer:
£160

A Border Fine Arts painted composition group Bringing In The Harvest, depicting a combine harvester, etc. with original packaging numbered B0735.

Hammer:
£550

A late 19th/early 20thC violin, with a two piece back, lacking label, (neck AF), length of back 36cm, and a quantity of violin bows, one stamped J. La Salle.

Hammer:
£40

Bewick, (Thomas). Specimens of Early Wood Engraving from the Collection of Mr Charnley of Newcastle, published 1858, limited edition of twenty copies, binding. (AF)

£200 - £300

A pair of 19thC pale blue Jasperware plaques, each decorated with Neo Classical figures, trees, putti, etc. within oak leaf and acorn border, possibly Wedgwood, marks obscured, 46cm x 15cm.

Hammer:
£75

A Shelley part tea service, decorated with leaves, fruit, etc., pattern number 11563, registration number 723404, to include twelve cups, sugar bowl, milk jug, twelve saucers, etc.

Hammer:
£380

A George V silver salver, with a shaped and gadrooned border, the centre with the inscription 'Presented to L. Mann by the Directors of Cook Son and Co. (St Paul's) Ltd with Their Best Wishes on His Retirement 1913-1938', on three scroll feet, Birmingham 1934, 29¾oz, 31cm wide.

Hammer:
£310

An Art Nouveau design silver dressing table set, comprising a large rectangular tray, decorated in typical Art Nouveau style with flowers, scrolls, etc., initialled D in the central cartouche, 31.5cm x 23cm, 18½oz, two silver backed hairbrushes and two clothes brushes, hand mirror, two napkin rings, 1½oz, a small pin tray with a shaped edge, 1½oz, an etched glass silver topped scent bottle, and a...

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