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This sale was held on 16/09/2020 at 10:00am

A George II silver coffee pot, of tapering form, later engraved overall with ribbons, leaves and flowers, inscribed 'presented to the Honourable and Reverend Evelyn Monson by Lord and Lady Monson Aug 7th 1860,' with a shaped ivory handle, London 1731, makers mark TT, possibly for Thomas Tearle, 30½ all in, 26cm high. Provenance: The Estate of Miss Rachel Monson

Hammer:
£650

A pair of early Victorian silver candlesticks, each with a reeded sconce, fluted tapering column and a circular base cast with a flower head, initialled JAG to base, loaded, Sheffield 1837 by John Parsons and Co., 29cm high. Provenance: The Estate of Miss Rachel Monson

Hammer:
£600

A 19th silver gilt rattle, embossed and chased with scrolls, flowers and leaves, mounted with a coral teether, markers stamp TZ.P, 14cm long. Provenance: The Estate of Miss Rachel Monson.

Hammer:
£95

An Art Deco sapphire & diamond bar brooch, set with central square cut blue sapphire 3mm x 3mm, surrounded by twenty four round brilliant cut diamonds, and with a further four diamonds to each end, each approx 1mm diameter, totalling approx 0.15cts overall, with six further baguette cut sapphires 9.5mm x 5mm, stamped 18K, 5.9g all in, 6cm wide, boxed.

Hammer:
£675

An oval painted brooch of a maiden, the maiden wearing a stone set necklace, tiara and earrings, in enamel decoration on white ceramic back, with a floral and blue enamel filigree design with a pendant loop top and single pin back, yellow metal, stamped 750 18ct, 9.5g all in, 3cm x 4cm.

£300 - £500

An 18ct gold floral diamond pendant and chain, with openwork flower design, set to the centre with one single round brilliant cut diamond, approx 3.2mm diameter, surrounded by eight smaller stones, each approx 2.2mm, total overall estimated carat weight 0.43cts, London 1877, sponsor C&F, on a fine link chain, with bolt ring fastener, unmarked, believed to be 9ct gold, 5.8g all in, pendant 2.5cm wide, ...

£300 - £500

An 18ct gold ruby and diamond cluster ring, with central ruby 3.2mm diameter, surrounded by six round brilliant cut diamonds, estimated overall carat weight 1ct, all stones set in a white claw setting, on a yellow metal 2mm shank, London 1987, ring size P½, 3g all in.

Hammer:
£420

A Royal Worcester porcelain figure, At The Meet, modelled by Doris Lindner, printed mark in black and numbered 3114, on an ebonised stand, 18.5cm wide.

Hammer:
£360

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

£400 - £600

A 19thC carved ivory putto, the head carved with flowers and leaves, lacking wings, etc., 16cm high.

Hammer:
£220

A German stoneware Bellarmine jug, decorated to the centre in relief with the cipher of King George, decorated overall in blue, with scrolls, flowers, etc., 31cm high.

Hammer:
£320

An I. Guzzini Italian opaque white plastic and brushed metal adjustable ceiling light fitting, 51cm diameter.

Hammer:
£160

A Harvey Guzzini Faro table lamp, of mushroom form, with an orange plastic shade and chrome plated base.

Hammer:
£170

A Le Corbusier style black leather chaise longue or couch, with chromed metal frame and ebonised steel base, 160cm wide.

Hammer:
£150

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

£300 - £400

A 1960's G Plan type revolving wing armchair, with buttoned upholstery on 'X' shaped rosewood base with castors, and a matching revolving foot stool, on a metal column. Sold with Cites A60 Licence

Hammer:
£300

A Gordon Russell of Broadway walnut dining room suite, comprising sideboard with moulded edge, three drawers flanked by two cupboard doors, each with turned wooden handles, on tapering legs, metal plaque to reverse, extending dining table with one loose leaf and four chairs (AF), sideboard 142cm wide, dining table 74cm x 154cm. The upholstery in this lot does not comply with the 1988 (Fire & Fire ...

Hammer:
£100

An Eastern Zanzibar type hardwood chest, the hinged lid enclosing a vacant interior with candle box, decorated overall with brass studs and pierced engraved lock plate, spandrels, hasp, etc., 110cm wide. Provenance: The Estate of Miss Rachel Monson.

Hammer:
£550

Francis Dusgate, Holt. A late 18th/early 19thC longcase clock, the arched dial with silvered chapter ring, subsidiary seconds and date aperture, elaborate rococo scroll spandrels, eight day four pillar movement, inlaid mahogany case, on ogee bracket feet, inlay possibly later, 217cm high.

Hammer:
£500

A George IV silver six division toast rack, with reeded and scroll cast handle, concave base and scroll feet, London 1829, by Robert Garrard, 13¾oz, 16cm wide. Provenance: The Estate of Miss Rachel Monson.

Hammer:
£320

A Victorian silver two handled christening mug, engraved with a bird, seated on a branch of holly, on ball feet, personalised engraving to the reverse within a mistletoe cartouche, William John Monson from his godfather George Thomas Kinnear, 26th October 1873, London 1872, 5oz, 8cm high. Provenance: The Estate of Miss Rachel Monson.

Hammer:
£120

A chrome plated and red leather Barcelona chair, with buttoned upholstery (AF), after the design by Mies Van Der Rohe, (AF).

Hammer:
£65

An early 18thC needlework sampler, decorated with a country house, figures, garden benches, a dog, flowers, etc. by Mary White aged 10 years, also embellished with the Royal crest of William & Anne, 33cm x 38cm.

Hammer:
£2600

A 19thC sampler, embroidered with ducks, flower pots, etc. within a flowering border, by Elizabeth White, April 18th 1832, 44cm x 32cm.

Hammer:
£500

An early 19thC silk embroidered picture, decorated centrally with a young boy, sheep, etc., surrounded by a floral cartouche, embellished with ribbons, wheat ears, etc., 34.5cm x 42cm.

Hammer:
£70

A 19thC table lustre, decorated with raised white enamel in Middle Eastern style, within gilt borders, 25cm high.

Hammer:
£42

A 19thC Sevrés style porcelain box and cover, the hinged lid decorated with figures within an interior scene, surrounded by a gilt cartouche and cobalt blue glaze, the base decorated with landscapes within similar cartouches etc., pseudo mark to underside and initialled AB, 26cm wide.

Hammer:
£750

An unusual 19thC carved horse's vertebrae, decorated in the form of John Wesley, 14cm high. Provenance: The Estate of Miss Rachel Monson.

Hammer:
£90

Nino Oliviono. A figure of the devil crouching, on a rectangular base, circular foundry mark, with marble plinth, 31cm wide.

Hammer:
£260

An early 20thC violin, with a one piece back, inlaid ebony roundels and stringing to border, no label, length of back 36cm and a bow.

Hammer:
£380

A 20thC violin, with one piece back, length of back 35.5cm and a bow.

Hammer:
£380

A pair of Tiger Woods (TW) limited edition Nike signed golf shoes, size 9, label to box SP-8TWTOUREU. Provenance: Awarded as a prize by Golf World in 2007, issue number 9, volume 48, sold with a copy of the magazine.

Hammer:
£500

Shackleton (Sir Ernest). South, The Story of Shackleton's Last Exhibition 1914-1917, published 1920 by Heinemann, re-printed January 1920, with personal inscription from Ernest Shackleton to Comyns Berkeley 'in sincere admiration, April 1920. also with the verse 'Dawn Lords etc.' Sir George Harold Arthur Comyns was an eminent Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. Provenance: Butterfields, Thoresby, Nottinghamshire ...

Hammer:
£1400

Speeches & Passages of This Great Happy Parliament, published 1641 by William Cooke of Holborne, notes from the 3rd November 1640 to this instant June 1641, in one volume. Provenance: Ex Lot 96 24.5.44 Sothebys Auction.

£350 - £450

A late 19thC French brass carriage clock, the corniche shaped case with bevelled glass, the enamel dial stamped Russells Limited, 10 Exchange Street, Manchester, with repeat mechanism and leather travelling case, the clock 16cm high overall, the case AF.

Hammer:
£140

A late 19thC Chinese carved canton ivory box and cover, decorated with flowers, leaves, etc., with fine pierced work to the sides and top, 7cm diameter and two similar smaller examples. Provenance: The Estate of Miss Rachel Monson.

Hammer:
£110

A quantity of Patent Rolls or Curia Regis of the reign of Henry VIII, various issues, published from the early 20thC onwards and other similar books.

Hammer:
£280

William Henry Tyler. Blind lady in classical dress beside another reading, on a stepped base, bronze, signed to the base and dated 1893, 63cm high.

Hammer:
£1200

A late 19th/early 20thC mahogany and brass Governess cart or trap, with ash spoked wheels, rubberized tyres, etc., 304cm long overall.

Hammer:
£200

The Works of Thackeray, various leather bound volumes, published by Smith Elder & Co 1889, in full leather bindings with family crest (26). Provenance: The Estate of Miss Rachel Monson.

Hammer:
£170

Napier (Major-General, Sir W.F.P). History of the War in the Peninsular, and in the South of France published 1886 (6 volumes).

Hammer:
£85

Ruskin (John) the Stones of Venice, fourth edition, published 1890, 2 volumes, cream leather and the Seven Lamps of Architecture (3). Provenance: The Estate of Miss Rachel Monson.

Hammer:
£40

A Beswick model of a huntsman riding a brown horse, five hounds and a small fox (7).

Hammer:
£80

Joseph Kowarzik. (German 1860-1911), a painted terracotta figure of a blacksmith standing with a young girl and a baby, on a circular base, signed to base, 67cm high.

£250 - £350

19thC English School. Bust of a gentleman, probably a member of the Monson family, plaster, unsigned, 75cm high. Provenance: The Estate of Miss Rachel Monson.

Hammer:
£160

A late 19thC pedestal, painted to simulate walnut, with a stepped top, a leaf carved frieze and panelled base with leaf and scroll moulded pine and gesso plinth, 113cm high, 46cm wide. Provenance: The Estate of Miss Rachel Monson.

Hammer:
£240

A 9ct white gold diamond dress ring, with three row design of varying sized baguette cut stones, with import marks, ring size M½, 4.8g all in.

Hammer:
£130

A diamond dress ring, with central marquise cut diamond, in four claw setting, with scroll to each side set with baguette cut stones and round brilliant cut stones to each end and with twelve square cut diamonds to each side, total estimated carat weight 2.2cts overall, white metal, unmarked, ring size K½, 8.8g all in.

£800 - £1,200


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