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This sale was held on Wednesday 9th February 2022 at 10:00am

Tribal Art. A Fijian or Tongan pole club, of cylindrical tapering form, with thirteen bands of carved geometric decoration, 147cm long.

£500 - £800

A Royal Worcester matt glaze porcelain equestrian figure of Clydesdale Stallion, modelled by Doris Lindner, limited edition number 258/500, stamped to underside, on a hardwood base, with certificate, 27cm high overall.

Hammer:
£420

An Edward VII silver spirit kettle on stand, the kettle with an ebonised knop and handle and gadrooned border, the body bearing inscription 'Presented by the parishioners of S. Mark, Whitechapel, to Beatrice Esther Rosenthal on the occasion of her marriage with the Rev. William Moore, Oct 18th 1906,' the silver spirit burner with shell capped pin, raised on four lion paw feet, Daniel George Collins,...

£500 - £800

A Victorian silver three piece tea set, comprising teapot with ebonised knop and handle, two handled sugar bowl and milk jug, each with semi fluted body and engraved lion crest, Maxfield and Sons, London 1894, 32¾oz gross.

Hammer:
£350

Two Victorian love token bangles, the first bearing eighteen engraved coins to include George, Middles & Mason, Hollie, T.S., Bob, the second with twelve engraved coins to include, T.W. Hodgkinson, Will, Millicent, J.B.

Hammer:
£200

A pair of Moorcroft pottery Pomegranate and Finches pattern table lamps, blue ground, of knopped cylindrical form, raised on a conical base, impressed marks, 31cm high including fitment.

Hammer:
£100

Jayne Hamlyn (b.1940). A salt glazed stoneware jar and cover, in a brown and green colourway, impressed marks JH, 14cm high, 14cm diameter.

Hammer:
£55

Jayne Hamlyn (b.1940). A salt glazed stoneware jar and cover, in a blue and green colour way, impressed marks JH, 18cm high, 26cm diameter.

Hammer:
£85

Fleming (Ian). Casino Royale, Vintage Special Series 310 by Bentley Motors Limited, leather bound with impressed Bentley Logo and stitched book title, published by Vintage Books, London 2013, sold with a set of playing cards, with outer case.

Hammer:
£150

A Victorian Art Nouveau oak mirror back sideboard, the raised back with a moulded cornice above a floral carved cupboard flanked by two mirror backed recesses and a central mirrored back, the upright forward columns supporting the base, the base with two drawers and a central dog kennel recess flanked by a pair of panelled cupboards, each side with open shelves, raised on foliate decorated supports...

Hammer:
£240

A taxidermy badger, in a naturalistic setting, contained in a wooden and glazed case, the case 66cm high, 85cm wide, 41cm deep.

Hammer:
£70

An Ercol light elm dining table, with a rectangular top on tapering supports, the top 149cm x 74cm.

Hammer:
£320

A set of six Ercol Windsor light elm and beech dining chairs, with H stretcher, raised on cylindrical tapering supports, 80cm high.

Hammer:
£380

A George III mahogany bow front sideboard, of small proportion with ebony line inlay, with three frieze drawers raised on tapering square legs, 82cm high, 106cm wide, 54cm deep.

Hammer:
£100

An early 20thC mahogany partner's desk, the rectangular top with a brown and gilt tooled leather inset and a moulded edge, above an arrangement of ten drawers to each side, on a plinth, 75cm high, 182cm wide, 121cm deep.

Hammer:
£150

An Ercol Jubilee dark elm and beech cottage two seater sofa and matching armchair, each with a stick back and floral upholstery, on turned legs with h stretcher, the sofa 130cm wide.

Hammer:
£60

An early 20thC Japanned carved oak two tier side table in the manner of Liberty, the top and under tier profusely carved with flowers, raised on three cabriole legs, 71cm high.

Hammer:
£65

A mid 20thC equestrian sculpture, possibly previously silver plated, on a hammered brass base, 32cm high.

Hammer:
£55

A Young's brass oil lamp, converted to electricity, of fluted column form, raised on a stepped square base, with inside hand painted glass shade, 69cm high.

Hammer:
£30

A Royal Albert porcelain Old Country Roses pattern dinner, tea and coffee service, comprising pair of meat platters, three vegetable tureens and covers, pair of sauce boats on stands, twelve dinner, dessert and side plates, salt and pepper, pair of egg cups, six fruit bowls, teapot, pair of coffee pots, pair of large and small cream jugs and sugar bowls, pair of bread plates, spoon dish, twelve teacups...

Hammer:
£650

A Galle style cameo glass vase, with acid etched decoration of an alpine mountainous landscape, 10cm high.

Hammer:
£32

A 1949 Rupert Annual, and a 1946 The New Rupert Book, both soft bound.

Hammer:
£20

A group of 1950's Rupert Annuals, dates from 1951-1959, two for 1958.

Hammer:
£35

A group of 1960's Rupert Annuals, 1960-1969, two annuals for 1969.

Hammer:
£30

An early 20thC Art Nouveau oak and brass cased mantel clock for Liberty and Co, circular brass dial bearing Arabic numerals, German Hamburg American Clock Movement eight day movement with exposed bell strike, the case of arched and out swept form, with an opalescent glass panel, raised on bracket feet, number 3257, with pendulum and key, 36.5cm high, 25cm wide, 17cm deep.

Hammer:
£240

A Moorcroft pottery Queen's Choice table lamp, of compressed out swept form, with shade, 46cm high including shade.

Hammer:
£240

A Loetz Candia Papillon gold iridescent glass rose water vase, 25cm high.

Hammer:
£280

A Christian Dior Diorling lady's wool hat, Alexon fascinator, and silk floral corsage, in a Harrods box.

Hammer:
£20

A Loetz Candia Papillon gold iridescent Neptune shell form vase, 15cm wide.

Hammer:
£160

A Loetz Candia Papillion gold iridescent glass vase, 15cm wide.

Hammer:
£60

A Louis Vuitton Takashi Murakami cherry blossom purse, in white with yellow LV monogram, with popper clasp opening to reveal an interior with purse notes and card compartment with green protective cover, boxed, 16cm wide.

Hammer:
£130

A Loetz style gold iridescent glass vase, of dimpled conjoined form, 13.5cm high.

Hammer:
£240

A Loetz green iridescent glass vase, of feathered baluster form, 12cm high, together with a Loetz style green iridescent vase, of out swept hexagonal form with scale decoration, 12cm high. (2)

Hammer:
£260

A George III silver repousse jug, of ogee form, with an oak leaf and blossom shaped handle, decorated with tavern scenes, houses and trees, raised on four figural feet, maker's mark indistinct, London 1781, 10.98oz.

Hammer:
£340

A Victorian abalone and mother of pearl inlaid card case, of geometric design, with a central cartouche, 10cm high.

Hammer:
£25

An Edward VII silver bowl, with a shaped edge, the body embossed with dogs, a swan, flowers, leaves and an engraved crest, raised on three lion mask capped supports terminating in paw feet, George Nathan and Ridley Hayes, Chester 1901, 5¾oz, 12.5cm diameter.

Hammer:
£100

A George II and later silver composite cruet, comprising three silver sifters, the largest London 1740, 17cm high, the two smaller London 1732, 11.5cm high and London 1781, 12cm high, and two cut glass and white metal mounted bottles, 16.5cm high, the silver stand with seven recesses, raised on scallop shaped supports, Samuel Wood, London 1736, weighable silver 32½oz.

No Estimate

An Edward VII silver three piece tea set, comprising teapot, milk jug and two handled sugar bowl, the teapot with an ivory knop and handle, each piece decorated with a gadrooned, shell and foliate cast border, raised on four bun feet, Harrison Brothers and Howson, Sheffield 1908, 1909 & 1911, 36¾oz gross.

No Estimate

A George III silver twin handled trophy and cover, engraved Goodwood, verso Chesterfield Cup, the lid with an acorn finial and leaf decoration, the body decorated with laurel leaves, with acanthus leaf handles, on a stepped base, William Burwash & Richard Sibley, London 1806, 56½oz, 32cm high.

Hammer:
£1,500

A George V silver cigarette box, of rectangular form, bearing inscription 'To Harry Fayers gratefully remembering my association with him from SRL 1895-1928,' London 1928, with treen lined interior, 17cm wide.

Hammer:
£55

A George V silver cigarette case, relating to horse racing, bearing inscription to front but rubbed, 'Grakle 1931' and inscription to rear 'Cecil R Taylor (owner), Tom Coulthwaite (trainer), Robert V Lyle (rider),' hallmarks rubbed, Birmingham 1925, 1½oz., 6.2cm high, 4cm wide. Notes: Grakle won the 90th Grand National on 27th March 1931.

Hammer:
£30

A late 19thC silver plated coffee pot, on a shaped body with ebonised handle, maker's stamp for MH & Co and number 01872B3, 23cm high.

Hammer:
£10

A late 19thC silver plated three piece tea set, comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar bowl, the teapot with an ebonised knop and handle, on a fluted baluster stem, makers stamp MH & Co, each piece by W Mantle and Company, and bearing the initials CF, the teapot 23cm high, sugar bowl 11cm high, milk jug 16cm high. (AF, 3)

No Estimate

An Edward VII silver hot water jug, the hinged lid with a scroll cast finial, ebonised angular handle and semi fluted body, raised on an oval stepped base, Birmingham 1903, 12¾oz gross, 21cm high.

Hammer:
£130

A George V silver twin handled trophy, bearing inscription 'SPMBC The Richards Cup won by C.W. Jordan 1929', with ebonised socle, London 1928, 5oz, 21cm high overall.

Hammer:
£42

A set of six Victorian silver fiddle pattern dessert spoons, each handle with engraved crest, Chawner and Co, London 1846, 9½ oz.

Hammer:
£100

A pair of George III silver Old English pattern table spoons, with engraved monogram, Peter and William Bateman, London 1814, 3¾oz.

No Estimate

A 20thC photograph frame, of plain rectangular form with ebonised strut support, marked P. PAT25474, white metal, unmarked, 20cm high, 15cm wide.

Hammer:
£20


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