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Showing 1-48 of 449 lots

This sale was held on 14/09/2019 at 10:30 am

Property of a deceased estate - a suite of fifty-one modern Sterling silver rimmed drinking glasses including champagne bowls (51)

£80 - £120

Property of a gentleman - a large pair of 'Bristol' blue glass vases, each 16ins. (40.6cms.) high; together with another similar (3)

£40 - £60

Property of a lady - two similar 19th century French silver topped soft cut glass decanters, of octagonal section, with screw tops & inner silver topped cork stoppers, the taller 10ins. (25.4cms.) high (2)

£50 - £100

Property of a gentleman - a pair of late 19th / early 20th century cut glass pedestal bowls & covers, with star cut hexagonal bases, the taller 10ins. (25.5cms.) high (2)

£50 - £100

Property of a gentleman - a quantity of assorted glassware including 19th century wine glass rinsers & ice plates (a lot)

£30 - £40

Property of a lady - an early 19th century Regency period glass rummer, engraved with a figure of Hope holding an anchor with a three masted sailing ship at sea, with 'lemon squeezer' base, 5ins. (12.7cms.) high

£80 - £120

Property of a lady - a 19th century glass circular box, the cover decorated with a sulphide cameo depicting a seated dog above the motto 'IMITES MOI', 2.1ins. (5.3cms.) diameter

£30 - £50

Property of a lady - a good sealed onion wine bottle, early 18th century, with high kick base, the circular heraldic crest seal with bead border, 6.95ins. (17.6cms.) high

£300 - £500

Property of a lady - a good named & dated sealed onion wine bottle, the circular seal inscribed 'AWDRY / 1718', 5.85ins. (14.8cms.) high

£800 - £1,200

Property of a lady - an 18th century liege a traforato spun glass openwork basket, of waisted form, 6.7ins. (17cms.) diameter

£70 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - a 19th century glass pedestal bowl, possibly Irish, 11.15ins. (28.3cms.) diameter

No Estimate

Property of a lady - a large collection of Victorian Sowerby glass, mostly Queens ivory ware, including a pair of J. Mortlock & Co. London Queen Anne candlesticks; together with a blue slag glass obelisk (56)

£100 - £150

Property of a lady - a pair of late 19th century John Derbyshire uranium green glass paperweights in the form of recumbent lions, after Landseer, diamond registration 'kite' marks for 3rd July 1874, each 7.25ins. (18.5cms.) long; together with a pair of clear glass similar, again with diamond registration 'kite' marks (4)

£80 - £120

Property of a gentleman - two 19th century amethyst glass apothecary or chemist's bottles with stoppers, the taller 13.75ins. (35cms.) high (2)

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - a set of eight 19th century amethyst glass wine glasses; together with five other amethyst drinking glasses (13)

£50 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - a good quality ruby flashed cut glass 10-piece part dessert service, probably French, the largest dish 10.85ins. (27.5cms.) diameter, the comport 5.9ins. (15cms.) high (10)

£50 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - a large baluster wine glass, the knopped stem with domed folded foot, 7.6ins. (19.3cms.) high; together with a pair of clear glass wine glass rinsers; and a modern Kosta pedestal bowl & cover (4)

£30 - £50

Property of a deceased estate - a set of eleven Waterford Boyne pattern port glasses; together with a matching set of nine sherry glasses; and a small pair of Waterford glass jugs (22)

£80 - £120

Property of a deceased estate - a suite of Stuart Arundel pattern crystal cut glass table glassware, comprising sixty pieces, mostly in sets of nine or ten, the tallest 5.25ins. (13.3cms.) high (60)

£80 - £120

Property of a deceased estate - a large quantity of glassware, 19th century & later, including decanters, wine glass rinsers & drinking glasses, some probably Irish (a lot)

£80 - £120

Property of a deceased estate - a pair of George III cut glass decanters, etched numbers '2' and '6' with corresponding etched numbers to the mushroom stoppers, each 9.65ins. (24.5cms.) high (overall) (2)

£50 - £100

Property of a gentleman - two late 19th / early 20th century Zara Luxardo glass seal bottles for maraschino cherry liqueur, each approximately 13.7ins. (34.8cms.) high; together with a collection of twenty-four alabaster & similar eggs (26)

No Estimate

Property of a lady - a pair of 19th century Bohemian cut glass decanters and six matching drinking glasses, each of alternating amber & amethyst flashed octagonal form, the amber panels with cranberry flashed ovals each engraved with a stag, the amethyst panels with hobnail cut ovals, the decanters 9.65ins. (24.5cms.) high, the glasses 5.5ins. (14cms.) high (8)

£200 - £300

Property of a lady - a pair of Victorian Staffordshire models of tabby cats with kittens, with red lined bases, the taller 7ins. (17.8cms.) high (2)

£800 - £1,200

Property of a gentleman - a Copeland & Garrett circular table top incorporating a chess board, circa 1840, 24ins. (61cms.) diameter

£100 - £200

A Meissen bocage group, late 19th century, modelled as a lady playing a lute, with a companion presenting a hat full of flowers, with an attendant boy behind tree, 10.25ins. (26cms.) high (see illustration)

£200 - £300

Property of a lady - an early 19th century porcelain cup & saucer with painted panels of floral bouquets alternating with moulded floral panels, on a gilt decorated navy ground; together with a pair of Royal Doulton stoneware vases of unusual shape, one with incised initials of Maud Bowen, each 4.15ins. (10.5cms.) high; and an early 20th century Royal Worcester blush ivory two-handled vase, painted ...

£30 - £50

Property of a deceased estate - a 19th century blue & white pottery smoker's pipe and stand, the bowl painted with sailing ships (2)

No Estimate

Property of a deceased estate - a Royal Doulton Charles Noke fisherman flask, with silver stopper hallmarked London 1905; together with a Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug with hinged pewter lid (2)

£50 - £100

Property of a gentleman - a late 19th century Copeland majolica planter on saucer stand, 9ins. (23cms.) high (2)

£50 - £80

Property of a lady - a Royal Copenhagen 'Flora Danica' concave sided square serving dish, titled to reverse with factory marks, 9.5ins. (24.1cms.) square

£150 - £250

Property of a deceased estate - a pair of late 19th / early 20th century Florentine carved giltwood framed Vienna style painted porcelain plaques, one entitled 'Fidelity' in red on reverse with blue beehive mark, each 10.1 by 8.2ins. (25.7 by 20.8cms.) (overall) (2)

£200 - £300

Property of a lady - a collection of eight 19th century Staffordshire porcelain & pottery models of poodles, the larger pair 5.4ins. (13.8cms.) high; together with a Samuel Alcock porcelain model of a recumbent ram, circa 1830-45, impressed '86' or '98' (9)

£150 - £250

A French faience fluted dish, 18th century, painted with a maiden holding a flower, 12.2ins. (31cms.) diameter; together with a faience double gourd vase, with applied leaf decorations & painted initials 'JR', 6.5ins. (16.5cms.) high (2)

£50 - £80

Two late 18th / early 19th German pewter mounted fayence lidded tankards, one painted with a church in landscape, the other with a stag in landscape, the taller 10ins. (25.4cms.) high (overall) (2)

£200 - £300

Property of a lady - a late 19th century Continental majolica planter, decorated in relief with panels of birds & flowers, 9.25ins. (23.5cms.) high

£30 - £50

Property of a deceased estate - two 19th century faience plates, each painted with figures among ruins in landscapes, each monogrammed AMF beneath a crown, one with repaired rim chip, each 10ins. (25.4cms.) diameter (2)

£50 - £100

Property of a deceased estate - a quantity of assorted ceramics, 19th century & later, including Sevres hard paste pieces; together with three silver rimmed glass items; and a damaged Bohemian overlaid glass vase (a lot)

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - a late 18th century Caughley blue & white transfer printed Fisherman pattern oval dish, 9.25ins. (23.5cms.) long; together with a set of ten 19th century Ashworth ironstone china dinner plates; and three matching soup plates (14)

£30 - £50

Property of a lady - a set of eleven Victorian Minton plates, designed by William S. Coleman, variously printed with fish, insects & plants, variously numbered in red, diamond registration 'kite' marks for 18th March 1870, each 10.35ins. (26.3cms.) diameter (11)

£100 - £150

Property of a lady - an 18th century English delft charger or shallow dish, painted in blue & manganese in the kraak style with a figure of a peasant in landscape within a border of alternating panels of a seated figure & flowers, 13.4ins. (34cms.) diameter

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - an 18th century Dutch Delft barber's bowl, painted with flowers, 9ins. (23cms.) across

£50 - £100

Property of a lady - a group of four Derby patch period figures of putti, circa 1770, each modelled standing & holding a nest of chicks, the tallest 5.8ins. (14.7cms.) high; together with a damaged Derby patch period figure of a lady, 3.65ins. (9.3cms.) high (5)

£200 - £300

Property of a lady - a 19th century Russian Gardner figure of a lady in traditional dress, modelled standing & holding a posy & basket, impressed marks St. George and Gardner (in cyrillic), 6.4ins. (16.3cms.) high

£200 - £300

Property of a lady - two 18th century Dutch Delft two handled pots & covers, one painted with four portraits of a man with initials 'PW DS' or 'PD WS', the larger 7.2ins. (18.3cms.) across handles (2)

£100 - £150

Property of a deceased estate - an early 19th century English porcelain thirty-nine piece tea set (39)

£80 - £120

Property of a gentleman - three early 20th century Doulton stoneware items, the tallest 8.45ins. (21.5cms.) high (3)

£30 - £50

Property of a lady - a quantity of early 19th century Chamberlains Worcester & other tea ware (a lot)

No Estimate


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