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This sale was held on 21/10/2020 at 10:00am

A yellow metal longuard chain, the clip stamped 9ct, 56.4g, 160cm long overall.

£800 - £1,200

A French Napoleon III bare head, 20 franc coin mounted with a loop, 6.4g all in.

£200 - £300

A satinwood and rosewood Pembroke table in George III style, the oval top inlaid centrally with a boxwood and harewood marquetry fan, above a frieze drawer opposing a false drawer on square tapering legs with brass castors, 86cm wide.

No Estimate

A near pair of 19thC yew, ash and elm Windsor chairs, each with a high back, a burr yew pierced splat, and turned spindles, the shaped bow with turned supports, solid seat on turned tapering legs with H stretcher.

No Estimate

A late 19th/early 20thC Maple and Co oak desk, the top with a three quarter pierced brass gallery and green tooled leather inset, above a frieze drawer flanked to one side with four small drawers, each with pressed gilt brass handles, on turned tapering legs with brass castors, stamped top drawer, 107cm high.

£80 - £120

A late 19th/early 20thC cast iron street sign for Spring Hill, Lincoln, stamped Duckering, Lincoln, 25cm x 96cm. The firm of Charles Duckering was established in Lincoln in 1845.

No Estimate

A Royal Worcester porcelain figurine The Duchess's Dress, modelled by Freda Doughty, the dress with a shaded purple, pink and turquoise glaze, printed marks in green and handwritten sculptors name to underside, 23cm high.

No Estimate

A Bronze Age bronze axe head with double socket, 15.5cm long. Provenance: Discovered during excavation work near Louth, Lincolnshire.

No Estimate

A Bronze Age bronze socket axe head, with reeded decoration to the sides, loop, etc. 10cm long. Provenance: Discovered during excavation work near Louth, Lincolnshire.

No Estimate

An Elizabeth II Mappin and Webb silver Old English beaded pattern canteen of cutlery, for 8 place settings to include table knives, dessert knives, table forks, dessert forks, dessert spoons, soup spoons, teaspoons and four various serving spoons, in a mahogany canteen, Sheffield 1998 100oz.

£1,600 - £1,800

A 19thC Grand Tour type alabaster sculpture, carved in the form of two near classical gentlemen and a lady embracing, on a stylised rock space, incomplete (AF), 56cm high.

No Estimate

A Victorian blue opaque glass biscuit barrel in aesthetic style, decorated with trees, leaves, stalks, etc., the silver plated mounts engraved and cast with a strawberry, knop, 18cm high.

£30 - £50

A travelling salesman's leather sample case, the external sides initialled in gilt JSH & S. A, label to interior stating Len Hildreds Sample Case, JSH & S of Alford, Lincolnshire (1852-1991), 39cm wide.

No Estimate

An Eddison phonograph, in oak case, with lacquered brass trumpet, ebonised and gilt decoration, retailers label for J C Scarborough of Hull.

No Estimate

A Victorian brass oil lamp, with reeded column and leaf cast base, with a green globular etched floral shade, the mechanism AF, the lamp base 37cm high, the shade 18.5cm high.

£100 - £150

A 20thC violin, with a two piece back, carved scroll, unmarked, length of back 35.5cm and a bow with nickel plated mounts.

No Estimate

A William IV figured mahogany sarcophagus shaped wine cooler, the hinged domed lid carved with grapes and vines, enclosing a fitted zinc lined interior, the base with scroll carved canted corners, on lotus and scroll carved feet, 51cm high, 83cm wide, 59cm deep.

No Estimate

An early 20thC oak Arts & Crafts style side table, the rectangular top with cleated ends, above a frieze drawer with tapering turned handles, on square tapering legs, 79cm high, 65cm wide, 46cm deep.

No Estimate

A Paulo Piva red lacquer and chrome plated coffee table, on a variegated marble rectangular base, 23cm high, the top 107cm x 169cm.

£200 - £300

An Eddison Gem phonograph, with brassed and ebonised metal trumpet, in an oak case.

No Estimate

An African tribal head rest, with pierced and carved top, on shaped support and rectangular base, possibly Ashanti (AF), 52cm wide.

No Estimate

A late 19thC/early 20thC Moorish style window seat, in the manner of Liberty, with a padded seat, fine turned supports and tapering legs etc., 113cm wide.

No Estimate

A late 19th/early 20thC gilt wrought iron fire screen, of shield shape with stained glass insert, 86cm high.

No Estimate

A Victorian oak and specimen timber breakfast table, the rectangular top inlaid in stylised brickwork, surrounding a central vacant cross shaped cartouche, within moulded walnut borders, on oak octagonal tapering column and concave platform, with brass castors, the top 88cm x 99cm.

No Estimate

A bronzed metal peacock garden ornament, in oriental style, standing on a tree stump, 86cm high.

No Estimate

A 19thC terracotta Etruscan revival two handled vase, decorated with figures above a Greek key band, on a black ground, possibly Dillwyn, unmarked (AF), 36cm high.

£300 - £400

A late 19th/early 20thC oak and silver plated tantalus, with three square section decanters, a hinged double boxed section to the front, for cigars etc. and a secret drawer, 33cm high, 37cm wide.

No Estimate

Hedges, Colchester. A later 18thC longcase clock, the arched painted dial decorated with flowers to the spandrels, with an eight day four pillar movement in a mahogany case, with inlaid fans, 211cm high overall.

No Estimate

A late 19thC continental majolica match holder, modelled in the form of a lady seated with a basket full of flowers, beside an empty basket on a canted rectangular base, impressed marks to underside T.S., 24.5cm high.

No Estimate

A pair of 19thC Scottish carpet bowls, each decorated in pink with spheres etc., 8cm diameter and another similar.

No Estimate

A pair of 19thC Scottish carpet bowls, each decorated with simple black radial rings, 8cm diameter.

No Estimate

A late 19th/early 20thC violin, with one piece back, ebonised finger board etc. and fruitwood pegs with mother of pearl inserts (AF), length of back 35.5cm and two bows, one stamped XXVII.

No Estimate

A late 19thC Art Nouveau style silver plated copper dressing mirror, with a bevelled plate and a strut support to the reverse, stamped 236, 35cm x 24.5cm and a pewter and wooden table lamp base, inset with pink glass roundels (2).

No Estimate

A 1970's/80's teak side cabinet, with two pairs of sliding doors, a fall front door and a single door, with shaped handles, on square tapering legs, 96cm high, 123cm wide.

No Estimate

A Dyrlund Danish teak sideboard, the top and sides with rounded corners, above two sliding doors enclosing shelves and five drawers, on a plinth base, 78cm high, 189cm wide, 49cm deep.

No Estimate

A Dyrlund Danish teak extending dining table, with a circular top on a cruciform type column, with four legs, two loose leaves, the top 109cm diameter enclosed, 109cm x 211cm extended and four matching chairs, each with square section legs. The upholstery in this lot does not comply with the 1988 (Fire & Fire Furnishing) Regulations, unless sold to a known exporter or upholsterer it will be cut from ...

No Estimate

A 1970's/80's Danish style teak television stand, with two smoked glass doors, each with brushed finish metal and plastic hinges, enclosing a pull out section for a video recorder, on four plated splayed legs, 44cm high, 69cm wide.

No Estimate

A pair of Stag teak chests of drawers, each with rounded corners above three graduated drawers, with shaped wooden handles, on a plinth, 63cm high, 82cm wide, 43.5cm deep.

No Estimate

A pair of Stag teak chests of drawers, each with rounded corners above three graduated drawers, with shaped wooden handles, on a plinth, 63cm high, 82cm wide, 43.5cm deep.

No Estimate

A Stag teak bedside cabinet, with three drawers, shaped handles, on a plinth base, 55cm high, 56cm deep and a matching teak linen box, 63cm high, 46cm wide.

No Estimate

A 19thC continental giltwood wall mirror, the crest decorated with fleur de lys, above an urn issuing bell flowers and ribbons etc., the rectangular plate with a moulded frame etc., 122cm high, 62cm wide.

No Estimate

A late 19thC wool work picture of HMS Terrible, the Battleship adorned with various flags, in carved oak frame, 49cm x 59cm overall.

£80 - £120

An early 19thC silk embroidered picture, depicting of a lady with flowers beside a grave, within Verre Eglomise mount, and figured mahogany frame, 57cm x 50cm.

£50 - £80

A Beswick pottery model of a pheasant, impressed and printed marks to underside, number 1225, and another Beswick model of a pheasant, (the smaller example AF), (2)

No Estimate

A brass barograph, in a fitted oak case on bracket feet, 37cm wide.

No Estimate

A Victorian cast brass oil lamp, with two tone pink reservoir, and a cranberry tinted etched shade decorated with flowers and leaves, 46cm high.

No Estimate

William Grant, Perth. An late 19thC longcase clock, the arched dial painted with flowers, etc., and with Roman numerals, eight day four pillar movement, striking a bell, in a mahogany case with swan neck pediment, brass mounts, etc., on bracket feet, 212cm high overall.

No Estimate

Two Tribal club paddles, one blackened to flat end, possibly Tongan, 148cm x 133cm long. Provenance: By repute a gift from Lady Sheffield, Normanby Hall, Lincolnshire.

£300 - £500


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