Lot 1 A 16th/17th Century Bronze Pestle & Mortar relief cast with face masks in inverted teardrops interspersed with decorative motifs, 4½ in (11.5 cm) high, 6 in (15 cm) in diameter, the pestle 7¾ in (19.5 cm) in length. *
Lot 2 A 17th Century Bronze Mortar cast with maker's name HENRICK TER HORST FECIT, ANNO 1617. The frieze decorated with two decorative bands of foliage and zoomorphic creatures, with dolphin handles either side, 5¼ in (13 cm) high, 7½ in (19 cm) in diameter. Mounted on a later turned oak stand.*
Lot 3 A Mediaeval Bronze Water Pale, 15th Century West Europe. The rim pierced either side with an iron swing handle, 10 in (25.5 cm) high (handle up). 7 in (18 cm) in diameter. [Illustrated in 'ZEVEN EEUWEN WIJWATEREMMERS & WIJWATERVATEN IN BRONS, GEELKOPER EN TIN'.
Lot 6 Two 17th Century Bronze Mortars; One cast with four protuberant fins in between figural lappets, 3 in (8 cm) high, 5 in (13 cm) in diameter. The other cast with facemasks between protuberant fins, 3 in (7.5 cm) high, 4½ in (11.5 cm) in diameter.*
Lot 7 Three 16th/17th Century Bronze Mortars & A Bell: An Italian pestle & mortar cast with pairs of satyrs amidst scrolling foliage, 4¼ in (11 cm) high, 5 in (15 cm) in diameter, the pestle 6¾ in (17 cm) in length. A French 17th Century mortar cast with a row of fleur-de-lis along the rim above protuberant fins alternated with oval portrait medallions and a foundry mark, 3¼ in (8,5 cm) high, 5 in (13 ...
Lot 8 Three 17th Century Bronze Mortars: One dated 1620, 4 in (10 cm) in height, 4¾ in (12 cm) in diameter. One cast with the crowned head of Charles II either side, 3½ in (9 cm) in height, 4¾ in (12 cm) in diameter. And a pestle & mortar cast with coronets, 4 in (10 cm) high, 5 in (13 cm) in diameter.*
Lot 9 Three Small Late 17th/Early 18th Century Mortars: One of bell metal cast with rose & crown emblems, 4½ in (9 cm) high, 4¼ in (11 cm) in diameter. Another having flared sides cast with a stags heads in oval medallions either side, 3½ in (9 cm) high, 5 in (13 cm) in diameter. And a bronze alloy mortar cast with stags' heads in oval medallions around the sides, 3¼ in (8 cm) high, 4 in (10 cm) in diameter.* ...
Lot 13 A 16th Century Nuremberg Brass Alms Dish. The gadrooned centre panel encircled by two concentric bands of text; the other band with repeated inscription 'DI DAL WYNDE', within gadrooned sides and a punchworked border, 16½ in (42 cm) in diameter.
Lot 15 A Small 16th/17th Century Oak Casket bound in iron straps with iron swing handle to the lid, iron hasp and lock-plate. The lid incised with lattice work. The interior with centre divide, 2¾ in (7 cm) high, 7 in x 4½ in (18 cm x 11 cm).
Lot 17 An Unusual Cast iron Candlestick. The stem with flared nozzle above a bulbous knop crested with scroll handles and emblazoned with grotesque face masks, above a round beaded base, 9½ oins (24 cm) in height.
Lot 19 A 17th Century Oak & Iron Bound Dome-topped Casket with residual cuir bouilli cladding. The lid having a wrythen iron swing handle to the centre and scalloped edging strip to the front above a box lock with hasp, 7½ in (19 cm) high,11 in (28 cm) long, 6½ in (17 cm) wide.
Lot 21 A 16th Century Nuremberg Brass Alms Dish. The gadrooned centre panel encircled by two concentric bands of text; the inner band interspersed with four small portrait roundels; the other band with repeated inscription 'DI DAL WYNDE', within gadrooned sides and a punchworked border, 16½ in (42 cm) in diameter.
Lot 23 A Decorative German Patinated Steel Jewellery Casket ornamented with elaborately pierced and engraved straps and having two hasps to the front and swing handles either side. The interior lined in padded blue satin, 7½ in (19 cm) high, 12¼ in (31 cm) wide, 6½ in (16.5 cm) deep.
Lot 26 A Small Boarded Oak Gothic Style Box. The rectangular lid enclosing a tin lined interior. The front board carved with tracery above applied plinth moulding, 9½ in (24 cm) high, 13 in (33 cm) wide, 9½ in (24 cm) deep.
Lot 28 A Fabulous, Rare 15th Century East Anglian Dry Oak Pew End. The Gothic ogee-arched top surmounted by a carved poppy-head finial; the armrest carved with the crouching figure of a zoomorphic bat-winged human (lacking face) with tresses of long hair and claw feet, 38 in (97 cm) high, 16 in (41 cm) deep.
Lot 32 A Pair of Fine 16th Century Oak Enriched Parchmin Panels: Each carved with a wave of moulded ribband trimmed in tracery; one garnished with trefoils and oak-leafed sprigs of acorns, the other with small clusters of berries, 8½ in x 18 in (21.5 cm x 46 cm).
Lot 43 A Large 17th Century Repoussé Brass Alms Dish. The convex centre boss decorated with Adam & Eve encircled by a laurel wreath and guilloche band. The border embossed with a chain of lozenges outlined in punch-work, 20 in (51 cm) in diameter.*
Lot 46 A Fine Late 17th Century Leather Clad Casket embellished with decorative brass studs. The slightly doomed lid centred by an iron swing handle, the front with iron hasp, lock & key, 7 in (18 cm) high, 12 in (30.5 cm) wide, 9½ in (24 cm) deep.
Lot 47 A 17th Century Repoussé Brass Alms Dish. The central boss emblazoned with an eagle amidst stylised foliage encircled by a ring of text 'UNA MANE LAVA L'ALTRA' dated MDCLXXIII (1673). The border embellished with punchwork, 20½ in (52 cm) in diameter.*
Lot 48 A Large 17th Century Brass Alms Dish. The convex centre embossed with Hercules and the Lion, within a guilloche band and beading enriched with punch-work. The border with a chain of lozenges outlined in punch-work, 22½ in (57 cm) in diameter.*
Lot 49 A 17th Century Repoussé Brass Alms Dish intricately decorated with 'The Spies of Canaan' to the centre amidst bands of punchwork embellishments. The border embossed with a ring of quatrefoils enriched with further punchwork and having a rolled rim, 18 in (46 cm) in diameter.*