Lot 1 A Fine 16th Century Oak Scenic Panel carved in relief with a social gathering depicting a lady with viol embraced by an amorous suitor beside a laid table, serenaded by a couple of lute players by trees to one side and an attendant pouring wine from a ewer to the other. Set in a moulded frame 11 ins x 17 ins (28 cm x 43 cm).
Lot 2 A Pair of 17th Century Flemish Carved Oak Figural Terms carved as cherubic musicians crowned with radial fluted haloes; one blowing a recorder, the other beating a drum, above scrolled aprons draped with foliate swags, 13¾ ins (35 cm) high, 3½ ins (9 cm) wide.
Lot 3 A Fine 16th Century Oak Panel carved in relief with a face mask of a Green Man flanked by upswept scrolls atop pendant sprays of acanthus draped in a floral garland, 16½ ins x 11 ins (41.5 cm x 28 cm).
Lot 4 Two 17th Century Ornamental Pilaster Figures carved in relief with delightful cherubs; one on a split column holding a wheat sheaf 11¾ ins x 4 ins (30 cm x 10 cm), the other with feathered wings holding a flower 10½ ins x 3¼ ins (27 cm x 8 cm).
Lot 7 Three Antique Carved Oak Panels: A fielded panel with ogee moulded upper corners and a facemask amidst fluted rays, issuing from it's mouth a branched stem of large ivy leaves 20 ins x 14 ins (51 cm x 36 cm). The second panel centred by a protuberant head surrounded by scrolls of acanthus 11 ins x 12 ins (28 cm x 30.5 cm). The third with a relief carved lion mask framed by applied moulding, 11¾ ins ...
Lot 8 A Group of Ornamental Carved Wooden Face Masks: A set of three small 17th century appliqués emblazoned with winged cherub heads 5 ins x 3¼ ins (13 cm x 8 cm). An 18th century relief carved wall mount in the form of a cherub's head above feathery wings. And a 19th century face mask swagged in drapery, 5¼ ins x 11¾ ins (13.5 cm x 30 cm).
Lot 9 Four 17th Century Style Carved Ornamental Appliqués: A pediment piece with a winged cherubs head flanked by flying angels holding between them a laurel garland, 13 in (33 cm) in width. A pair of winged cherub heads, 9¼ in (24.5 cm) wide, and a relief carved winged cherubs head, 9½ in (24 cm) in width.
Lot 10 A Similar Pair of 18th Century Relief carved Appliqués/Wall Mounts in the form of curly haired cherub heads flanked by feathery wings festooned with drapery, 6½ ins (16.5 cm) high, 20½ ins (52 cm) wide.
Lot 13 A Pair of Carved Limestone Cherubs. The delightful, winged fleshy cherubs depicted holding wrought iron pricket candle stands, raised aloft on poles above modern metal plinths, 14½ ins (37 cm) high, excluding prickets.
Lot 15 A George IV Coopered Oak Bushel Grain Measure on a later stand. The cylindrical iron bound vessel fitted with carrying handles either side, and stamped repeatedly with a crown, Co. Ross and initials M.L., 9 in (23 cm) high, 16½ in (42 cm) including stand, 19¾ in (50 cm) in diameter.
Lot 16 Three Early 19th Century Iron Bound Coopered Oak Costrels of cylindrical form, The largest branded with initials TD, 6½ ins (16.5 cm) high. The second 5 ins (13 cm) high. The smallest branded IC with traces of old paintwork 4½ ins (11.5 cm) high.
Lot 19 A Late 17th/Early 18th Century Wrought Iron Standard Crusie Lamp. The four point pan raised on upswept straps with scrolled ends looped around a wrythen retaining ring to the top, raised on a rustic stand with a flared top, chamfered pole stem and round block base, 12½ ins (32 cm) high.
Lot 20 Three Wrought Iron Rushnips on tripod bases; Two early 19th century with candle sockets, 10 ins (25.5 cm) and 10¼ ins (26 cm) high. The third later in date with a counterweighted arm, painted back, 7 ins (18 cm) in height.
Lot 21 Three Pairs of Wrought Iron Candlesticks. Two 18th century style stable lights with 'birdcage' stems and rustic wooden bases 11½ ins (29 cm) and 8¼ ins (21 cm) in height. A pair of early 19th century coiled strap candlesticks with rotating candle adjusters above a circular sheet iron platforms raised on three scroll feet, 10 ins (26 cm) in height. Another pair of early 19th century coiled strap sticks ...
Lot 24 Two 18th/Early 19th Century Wrought Branding Irons; one with a candle socket on square section stem above conjoined initials HR, 16 ins (40 cm) in height. The other with initials EG on a twisted twin bine stem with lopped end, 11 ins (28 cm) in height.
Lot 25 A Late 17th/ Early 18th Century Dug Out Treen Mortar with ring turned sides and raised foot 7 ins (17.5 cm) high, an 18th Century dug out tub vessel with lug handles 5 in (13 cm) high, 8 in (20 cm) in diameter, and a 19th century turned treen bowl, 6 in (15 cm) high, 14½ in (37 cm) in diameter.
Lot 26 A Rustic Offertory Box. The lid attached by iron loop hinges to a plank back, pierced with a coin slot and secured by a lock & key to the form. The box receptacle having through dove-jointed front corners, 9½ in (24 cm) high, 5¾ in (14.5 cm) wide, 5¼ in (13 cm) deep.
Lot 28 Three Antique Treen Bowls & Two Plates. An ash bow with lug handles, 2½ in (6.5 cm) high, 9 in (23 cm) wide. A turned beechwood bowl approx 7½ in (19 cm) diameter. A bowl with ring turned sides and raised foot 7½ in (19 cm) high, the plates approx. 10½ in (27 cm) and 11½ in (29 cm) wide.
Lot 29 A Small 18th Century Boarded Oak Box of rectangular form. The lid on iron strap hinges. The front with board gouge carving and decorative punchwork, chip carved ends and a replacement lock & key, 9½ in (24 cm) high, 14 in (35.5 cm) wide, 9¾ in (25 cm) deep.
Lot 31 A Large 18th Century Salt-glazed Stoneware Flagon, 19 in (48 cm) high, a 19th century French earthen-ware flagon; the semi-glazed body decorated in yellow slip with sprays of foliage and having a rope twist handle, 11½ is (29 cm) in height. A Langley Mills 1½ pint jug. A terracotta slip-ware dish with centre divide. And a small gazed earthenware bowl.
Lot 32 A Group of Kitchen Pottery: A pair of French early 20th century relief-moulded Majolica game dishes marked Mehun France; the lids surmounted by the head of a hare & a pheasant 5½ in (14 cm) high, 9 in x 5½ in (23 cm x 14 cm). A group of modern slip-ware; a tureen, three bundt moulds, & a mixing bowl. A ceramic chicken pot and four matching chicken egg-cups.
Lot 35 A 17th/18th Century Continental Provincial Cupboard. The plank sides and top with through dove tail joints framing a small upper cupboard with moulded plank door and slot-on pegged hinges above three open shelves with square tenons piercing the sides, and moulded rails applied to the fronts. Standing on sledge feet 58¼ in (148 cm) high, 32½ in (82 cm) wide, 12½ in (32 cm) deep.
Lot 36 An 18th Century Rustic Pine, Ash and Elm Comb-back Armchair. The bowed top rail above a tall central pine splat flanked by long stick spindles; three either side, and eight further short spindles to the three-part arm bow leading down to a D-shaped seat pierced by rectangular tenons of rectangular legs united by side stretchers, 43¾ ins (111 cm) high, 29 ins (73.5 cm) wide.
Lot 39 A Pair of 19th Century French Brass Weighing Scales and a set of seven Imperial brass bell weights ranging from 2lb to ½ oz . The scales having a suspended brass pan to one side and round ceramic plate to the other transfer printed with 'Justitia et Fides', on a painted cast iron base 32 in (82 cm) in height.
Lot 40 A Collection of 19th Century & Later Copper-ware: Four graduated measuring jugs ranging from 2 gallon to ½ pint, one stamped Swan & Neil Edinb. An oval copper pan with iron handle to lid and side . A large riveted copper log tub, 12½ in (32 cm) high, 16½ in (42 cm) in diameter. A cylindrical vessel with side handle and spout, 6¼ in (15.5 cm) high. A 20th century copper tray advertising Teachers Whisky ...
Lot 41 A Collection of Brassware: A coiled hunting horn, a ornamental miniature cannon on carriage, a 17th century style mortar, a 16th century style aquamanile, a 19th century kettle stand with pierced quadrifom top plate, a late 19th/early 20th century jam pan, a trivet with round top plate, a sheet brass pan with iron handles, and two round plates.
Lot 42 A Group of Miscellaneous Pottery. A French Lunéville Faience Jug; the fluted baluster body decorated with pink flowers, 8¼ in (21 cm) in height, a Moroccan jug, 8 in (20 cm) in height, a pair of hand-painted cups & saucers and a Rheinish Grey stoneware storage jar with twin handles and blue glazed decoration.
Lot 43 A Large Alcock's Indian Ironstone Vase of hexagonal form decorated with flowers in deep rich blue with orange overglaze and gilding, and having moulded mythical beast's face-mask cup handles either side and impressed mark to base, 17 in (43 cm) in height.
Lot 44 A Booth's Blue & White 'Real Old Willow' Dinner Set comprising of six cups, saucers, side plates, bread & butter plates, bowls, 12 breakfast plates, 11 dinner plates, a serving plate, 3 lidded tureens, 2 graduated oval platters, a lidded soup tureen, sauce boat on stand, and two graduated jugs.
Lot 45 A Late 19th/Early 20th Century Barkers & Kent Ltd 'Coburgh' Dinner Service transfer print in green with asters and foliage and comprising of 11 dinner plates, 10 side plates, 11 soup plates, 12 bowls, 4 graduated oval platters, a large soup tureen on stand, two lidded tureens, and a sauce boat on stand.
Lot 46 A Good 19th Century Staffordshire Loving Mug. The interior harbouring three small amphibians: two frogs & a lizard, with black spotted markings. The exterior having a label to one side inscribed in black; 'Ann & Eliza Rider', with a panel of verse to the other side; 'A friend that is social, goodnatured & free, To a pot of my liquor right welcome shall be, But he that is proud & ill-natured my pass, ...
Lot 48 A Collection of Antique Blue & White Transfer Printed Ceramics. To include a Regency baluster coffee pot and lid, 10½ in (26 cm) in height, a sauce tureen & cover, a charming Georgian pearlware teabowl & saucer, four willow pattern potted meat pots by Maling, a mug with funnel decorated with Northern Scenery; Kilburn Castle Lock Aux, a spouted invalid mug, etc.
Lot 49 Three 19th Century Blue & White Transfer Printed Meat Plates: Two printed with Nuneham Courtenay in 'Wild Rose' borders 10 ins x 13 in (25.5 cms x 33 cm) and 13 in x 16½ in (33 cm x 42 cm). And a large meat platter with jus reservoir decorated with cattle resting by ruins in landscape, 16 in x 21¼ in (41 cm x 54 cm).
Lot 50 A Group of Blue & White Transfer Printed Ceramics: A Pair of Minton Blue & White Candlesticks printed with ''Japanese Crane'' decoration, 8¾ in (22 cm) in height. A Wedgwood 'Galatea' Etruria soap dish with drainer. A 19th century pearlware basket printed with willow pattern (A/F). And a small oval platter with pierced border framing a classical landscape, attributed to Thomas Lakin, Circa 1815.