Property of a deceased estate - an Indian bronze figure of Krishna, 19th century, modelled standing with one leg raised, on lotus base, 9.8ins. (25cms.) high; together with a bronze figure of Shoulao, 8.8ins. (22.5cms.) high (2).
Property of a gentleman - an Indian brass tray on folding wooden stand, probably Jaipur, late 19th / early 20th century, with all-over scrolling foliate decoration on a black ground, 23.25ins. (59cms.) diameter.
Property of a deceased estate - a Japanese black lacquer four fold screen with painted silk panels depicting birds among flowers, each panel signed & with red seal, Meiji period (1868-1912), 63.8ins. (162cms.) high.
Property of a lady - a pair of Japanese bronze vases decorated in relief with monkeys, Meiji period (1868-1912), each with a seal mark to base, 4.95ins. (12.5cms.) high; together with a mixed metal karashishi vase (3).
Property of a gentleman - Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson interest - a rare George III pierced ivory fan with finely painted oval panel commemorating Nelson's victory at the Battle of The Nile on 1st August 1798, the guard sticks with applied marcasite decoration, mounted in a case.
Property of a gentleman - a 19th century verse sampler entitled 'The Violet', by Fanny Howerd Westfield, Aged 7 Yrs., 16 by 12.5ins. (40.6 by 31.8cms.), in glazed oak frame, 18.7 by 15.15ins. (47.5 by 38.4cms.) (overall)..