Lot 1 A Rare 19th Century Welsh Carved Treen Loving Spoon Stand. The two chip carved spoons with looped handles threaded through suspension rings carved to the base rail of a small rectangular mirror frame surmounted by a square finial carved with a flower-head. The chip carved central stem having a fretted mid-height section piercing the spoon shafts above a square moulded plinth base, 18¾ in (48 cm) high ...
Lot 2 A 19th Century Treen Shoe-shaped Snuff Box with pivoting lid. The sides carved with flowers and strapwork defined against recessed nail-punched panels; the kitten heel enhanced with ebony stain. 5½ in (14 cm) in length.
Lot 3 A 19th Century Treen Knitting Sheath of square section; enriched with tiers of decorative carving above a hollowed out 'lantern' enclosing a rolling ball, and tapered square finial end, 5 in (13 cm) in length.
Lot 6 A 19th Century 'Blind Jack' Carved Treen Table Snuff, Circa 1850. The rectangular box carved in relief reputedly by 'Blind' Willie McGregor of Glasgow, with highland dancers to the lid, a Scottish huntsman to the base and animals to the sides, 2¾ in (7 cm) high, 6¾ in (17 cm) high, 3½ in (9 cm) wide.
Lot 7 A Rare Antique Treen Knitting Sheath threaded onto a chain of intricately carved links worked from a single piece of wood. The components gouge carved with crosshatching and nail punched with dots, 15¾ in (40 cm) in length.
Lot 8 A 20th Century Boxwood Knitting Sheath, Chain and rolling ball wool hook, expertly carved from a single piece of wood with crosshatching to the belt hook on a fine oval link chain with swivel link to the centre and a square hollowed out 'lantern' pendant encasing a rolling ball, 21¼ in (54 cm) in length.
Lot 16 A Fine Early 19th Century Coloured Straw-work Box. The lid having an intricately worked scenic panel framed behind glass, depicting a town scene. The partitioned interior fitted with velvet pin cushions and lidded compartments decorated with buildings and sprays of flowers and opening to reveal striped straw linings, 4¼ in (11 cm) high, 11 in (28 cm) wide, 8½ in (21.5 cm) deep.
Lot 19 An Early 19th Century Miniature Portrait of a Lady, painted on ivory and set in an ebonised rectangular frame with gilt metal trim to the oval aperture and an ornate mount to the top cast with Prince-of-Wales plumes and fitted with a suspension ring, 5½ in x 5 in (14 cm x 12.5 cm).
Lot 20 A 19th Century Miniature Portrait of a Gentleman painted on ivory and backed with mother-of-pearl. The ebonised frame with gilt metal trim and an acorn sprig ring mount to the top 5 in x 4 in (12.5 cm x 10 cm).
Lot 21 An Early 19th Century Miniature Portrait, painted in watercolours on card with bust of a young boy, and set in a rectangular black lacquered frame with engraved gilt metal trim and a rose & thistle ring mount to the top, 5 in x 4¼ in (12.5 cm x 11 cm).
Lot 23 A 19th Century Oil on Board: Portrait of a lady wearing an unusual frilled headdress and a red cloak draped over a white dress with ruff collar, 14½ in x 12 in (37 cm x 31 cm), in a gilt frame 20 in x 17¾ in (51 cm x 45 cm).
Lot 26 A Charming Early 19th Century Needlework embroidered in coloured wools on a painted silk ground with a bucolic scene with figures in landscape depicting mother carrying a bundle of wheat on her head, with her young daughter alongside holding a bunch of flowers, set in a verre eglomise mount and moulded gilt frame, 20 ins x 24 ins (51 cm x 61 cm).
Lot 27 An Early 19th Century Silkwork embroidered in coloured silks with a man in landscape with sheep drinking from a spring, edged in metallic lace and contained in a glazed gilt frame, 9 in x 11¼ in (24 cm x 28.5 cm).
Lot 28 An 18th Century Silkwork Map of England & Wales in an oval border embroidered with trailing flowers, worked by D. Mordaunt 1794. Mounted and set in a glazed black & gilt moulded frame, 26½ in x 22½ in (67 cm x 57 cm).
Lot 30 A Small Square Treen Culinary Mould carved with two figures from German Folktails, ''Max and Moritz'', 2½ in x 2¼ in (6 x 5.5 cm), and a 19th century carved wooden parasol handle in the form of a bird's head with inset glass eyes, 2½ in (6.5 cm) in length.
Lot 32 A 19th Century Metamorphic Mahogany Shoe Jack carved in the form of a double barreled pistol hinged to the centre and opening to reveal the trigger mechanism stamped MAGIC, 10 in (25 cm) in length.
Lot 33 A Fine and Rare18th Century English Steel Boot Powderer. The rectangular container with perforated base and a curved top engraved John Wright of Grantham, and dated 1747. 5 in (13 cm) in length.
Lot 34 Two Small 19th Century Bone Domino Sets, Napoleonic Prisoner of War. The rectangular boxes having sliding lids decorated with red, green, blue & black stained roundels and dots. The largest 3¼ in (8 cm) in length. The smallest inscribed PUEBLA, 2¾ in (7 cm) in length.
Lot 36 A Delightful Early 19th Century Coloured Straw-work Box. The rectangular lid decorated with a scenic oval panel depicting ships in harbour. The interior with mirror and further straw-work decoration, 3½ in (9 cm) high, 10¾ in (27.5 cm) wide, 7½ in (19 cm) deep.
Lot 39 A Rare Early 16th Century Boarded Chest with painted decoration. The plank lid attached with leather thong looped though pierced holes and re-enforced with later iron hinges. The sides bound in wrought iron brackets with ornamental terminals and pierced embellishments. The front board centred by a painted heraldic shield within a wreath of fruiting vine in a scrolling cartouche, with painted scrollwork ...
Lot 40 An 18th Century Two Tier Table. The circular oak top above a smaller under-shelf divided by three decoratively turned fruitwood spindles and raised on turned & splayed feet. 23 in (55 cm) high, 28 in (71 cm) in diameter.
Lot 41 An Antique Ash & Oak Spinning Wheel. The hand driven bentwood wheel with turned spokes, mounted on a rustic bench form base with turned, spayed legs with an open trough to one end, 39 in (99 cm) in height, 31 in (79 cm) in length.
Lot 42 A 17th Century Joined Oak Hanging Food Cupboard of good colour and patination. The door having a ventilated upper panel of baluster turned spindles above two lozenge carved base panels stamped with punchwork embellishments, opening to reveal a shelved interior. 32 in (81 cm) high, 27½ in (70 cm) wide, 8½ in (21.5 cm) deep.
Lot 43 A Fine 18th Century Oak Canopy Dresser of deep, rich colour and patination. The plank-backed rack having a moulded canopy above two shelves with plate grooves and applied edging strips, joined by pegged through tenons piercing the shaped plank uprights. The base housing three fielded frieze drawers with turned knop handles, above a pair of fielded triple panel doors flanking a centre panel. 72 in ...
Lot 44 An Early 18th Century Joined Oak Side Chair (A/F) having a dome topped fielded back panel beneath a shaped cresting rail. The plank seat above a serpentine rail on turned & block legs united by a twinned baluster front stretcher and plain rails to the sides and rear, terminating on turned feet.
Lot 45 A Small 18th Century Two Tier Cricket Table with circular oak top above a smaller undershef divided by three decoratively turned fruitwood spindles and raised on turned & splayed feet. 24 in (61 cm) high, 18 in (46 cm) in diameter.
Lot 47 A Small 17th Century Bronze Pestle & Mortar. The astrigal ringed pestle with finial end measuring 8 in (20 cm) in length. The mortar adorned with protuberant scalloped fins alternated with stylized relief cast fins below an out-turned rim, 2¾ in (7 cm) in height, 4¾ in (12 cm) in diameter.
Lot 48 A 17th Century Bronze Bell with clapper, ornamented with a relief cast cherub slaying a demon either side, and a row of rosette bosses around the sound bow, 6¾ in (17 cm) high, 7½ in (19 cm) in diameter.