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This sale was held on 21/08/2019 at 10:00 am

A First World War Military Cross awarded to Second Lieutenant David Kerr, also known as Robin, he served with the 6th/7th Royal Scots Fusiliers and died on the 12th August 1916, aged 22, whilst trying to rescue a wounded soldier in no man's land. He is commemorated at The Peake Wood Cemetery, Fricourt, Somme in France and was the son of George and Isobel Rait Kerr of 7 Cluny Terrace, Edinburgh, in ...

£500 - £800

A gentleman's Omega Seamaster automatic wristwatch, in a steel case with beads of rice bracelet, circa 1960, 3.5cm dia.

£300 - £500

A late Meissen porcelain figure group, comprising a young boy and a girl beside a rectangular cage, holding garlands of flowers etc., on an oval base, blue cross sword marks to underside, incised number 61264 and impressed number 29X, 12cm W.

£300 - £400

A pair of George V silver candlesticks, in neo-classical style, each with reeded shaped borders, a tapering column and a domed foot, loaded, London 1910, 29cm H.

£80 - £120

A George VI silver three piece tea set, of rectangular form with shaped corners, comprising teapot with ebonised composition knop and handle, two handled sugar bowl and milk jug, Sheffield 1942, 35¾oz gross.

£250 - £350

A George V silver three piece tea set, of rectangular form with moulded shaped borders, comprising teapot with ebonised knop and handle, two handled sugar bowl and milk jug, Birmingham 1924, 31¼oz gross.

£250 - £350

A George Jones Madras ware large pottery vase, decorated with flowers, on a beige ground, printed marks to underside, 50cm H.

No Estimate

An Art Deco Shelley bands and lines pattern tea set, decorated in orange and grey, pattern number 12132, registration number 781613.

No Estimate

A Victorian Keeling & Co London pattern wash stand set, comprising jug, bowl, two chamber pots, soap dish and beaker, each printed and painted with flowers within brown borders, printed marks to underside.

£100 - £150

A Wedgwood dragon lustre cylindrical vase, decorated in gilt, on a mottled blue ground, 28cm H.

No Estimate

A late 18th/early 19thC Chinese famille rose large plate or charger, decorated with flower swags etc. (AF), 30cm dia.

No Estimate

A New Caledonian Melanesian carved hardwood phallic shaped war club, 88cm L.

£200 - £300

A Papua New Guinea tribal paddle, with carved blade, tapering handle and shaped finial, bearing label stating Aborigine boat paddles, brought to England 1910, 182cm L.

£50 - £100

A Papua New Guinea tribal paddle, with leaf shaped blade, tapering handle with carved finial, bearing label stating Aborigine boat paddles, brought to England 1910, 153cm L.

£50 - £100

A late 19th/early 20thC Art Nouveau iridescent purple glass bowl, with bronze mounts, cast with tendrils, female masks, leaves etc., possibly Loetz, (AF), 29cm dia, 19cm H.

£200 - £300

A Shelley part tea service, printed with pink and blue flowers, on a cream ground with blue handles interiors etc., pattern number 2296.

No Estimate

A Royal Albert Winsome pattern part dinner and tea service.

No Estimate

A 19thC mahogany cased regulator wall clock, the painted dial bearing name of W E Evans and Sons Birmingham, brass cylinder pendulum, the glazed door enclosing a mirrored back, 174cm H.

£500 - £800

A Victorian figured mahogany mantel clock, the silver dial stamped Wakefield, South Street, Grosvenor square, with obelisk shaped finials and a plinth base, 48cm H. and an associated bracket.

£300 - £500

A collection of 19thC fiddle and thread pattern spoons, various date, 15¼oz overall.

No Estimate

A Norwegian silver part canteen of cutlery, each piece decorated with shells, acanthus etc, stamped 930S some pieces stamped Tostrup, possibly for Jacob Tostrup 1806-1890, 30oz, and a set of six Norwegian silver dessert spoons 6¾oz, and various other knives with stainless blades.

No Estimate

A George V silver rose bowl, with crenulated top and base, Birmingham 1922, 26oz, 24cm dia.

No Estimate

A George IV silver cruet, the boat shaped stand with gadrooned border and tapering feet, housing six cut glass bottles some with matching silver mounts, bottles AF, London 1825, 16.5cm W.

No Estimate

An Edwardian silver small coffee pot, of hexagonal form engraved with scrolls, cartouches etc, with ebonised knob and handle and a matching hot water jug each on a stepped foot, the coffee pot Sheffield 1905, the hot water jug date letter indistinct, 26oz gross.

£180 - £220

A pair of George V silver candlesticks, in mid 18thC style each with a turned column and square base with canted corners, one loaded Sheffield 1926. 7¾oz gross.

No Estimate

A George V silver goblet shaped trophy, decorated with swags etc., titled The Cheshire Bowl, London 1913, on ebonised plinth, each engraved with various names etc., 8½oz, 17.5cm dia.

No Estimate

A George V silver two handled trophy, engraved Presented to the Lincolnshire Gardeners Association by Mr and Mrs J W Lawson, Mayor and Mayoress of City of Lincoln, November 1947- May 1949, Birmingham 1923, 15¼oz, with ebonised plinth engraved with various names.

No Estimate

A George V silver two handled trophy, engraved Lincolnshire Gardeners Association presented by Herbert Green 1933, applied to a Bakelite base engraved with various names, Birmingham 1931, 5¾oz, 23cm H overall.

No Estimate

An Edwardian silver goblet shaped cup, engraved Lincolnshire Gardeners Association 'Hobson Challenge Cup', for the best 12 Japanese Chrysanthemums, on ebonised base engraved with various names, London 1907, 7oz.

No Estimate

A silver two handled trophy, the Bracebridge Heath Hospital cup on domed base, with black plastic plinth engraved with various names, 4¾oz, 23cm H overall.

No Estimate

A George VI silver two handled cup, enamel with the crest of Lincoln engraved Lincoln Chrysanthemum Fruit and Vegetable show (L.G.A), on the reverse Mablethorpe Challenge cup, presented by Mrs W H Rawlinson, Birmingham 1937, 4¾oz excluding base.

No Estimate

An Elizabeth II two handled silver trophy, the Lincolnshire Gardeners Association, The Harper Smith Perpetual Challenge Cup for the best four dishes of apples (amateur), Birmingham 1958, 5¼oz, on a black plastic plinth, engraved with various names.

No Estimate

A George V silver two handled cup, engraved L.G.A Rose Cup (amateurs), Birmingham 1930, 8½oz, on ebonised wooden plinth engraved with various names.

No Estimate

A George V silver two handled trophy, engraved The Lidgett Challenge Cup, London 1923, 7oz, on an ebonised wooden plinth, engraved with various names.

No Estimate

A George VI silver two handled trophy, engraved Lincoln and Lincolnshire Gardeners Association, FW Woolworth and Co Limited Challenge Cup, London 1937, 14oz, on a black Bakelite base engraved with various names.

No Estimate

A George V silver goblet shaped trophy, engraved Lincolnshire Gardeners Association, The Rayner Challenge Cup, presented by Walter Rayner Esquire 1938, Birmingham 1932, 14¾oz, 26cm H, and a black Bakelite plinth engraved with various names.

No Estimate

A George V silver goblet shaped trophy, engraved The Oldershaw Perpetual Challenge Cup, open to members of the Lincolnshire Gardeners Association for most points for Hardy Fruit, Birmingham 1930, 12½oz, 34cm H, on a black Bakelite plinth with various names.

No Estimate

A George VI two handled silver cup, engraved Lincolnshire Gardeners Association The Parker Challenge Cup presented by Alderman C.T Parker CBE, JP 1938, Birmingham 1937, with iron screw attached, 14oz gross, on a black Bakelite base engraved with various names.

No Estimate

An Elizabeth II silver two handled trophy, the Mawer and Collingham trophy made by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1959, 13¾oz, on ebonised base engraved with various names.

No Estimate

A George V silver trophy, with part fluted decoration engraved Lincolnshire Gardeners Association, the Curtis trophy for the best four dishes of dessert apples (amateur) Sheffield 1920, with iron screw threat attached, 7½oz gross, on a black Bakelite base engraved with various names.

No Estimate

A George VI silver two handled trophy, engraved The Brindley-Auger Challenge Cup, 15½oz, 31cm H, on a black Bakelite base engraved with various names.

No Estimate

Three various silver cups, two with two handles, another goblet form with engraved decoration, each on a black base engraved with various names, 14½oz gross.

No Estimate

A collection of silver plated trophies, a three branch candelabra, and a salver, mainly relating to gardening.

No Estimate

Four silver plated two handled trophies, each relating to Lincoln Gardening Society, and with ebonised black plastic plinths, the largest 35cm H.

No Estimate

A George V silver four piece tea service, each piece with G shaped body, the teapot and hot water pot with ebonised knop and handle and scroll feet, Sheffield 1926, 57½g gross.

No Estimate

An early Victorian tortoise shell and ivory tea caddy, the pagoda shaped hinged lid enclosing two lidded compartments on bun feet, 17.5cm W. Provenance: By family repute from Binbrook Hall, property of the Sleight family.

£180 - £220

A platinum three stone diamond ring, with three round brilliant cut diamonds, each in claw setting, the central stone approx 0.29cts, flanked by two smaller stones each approx 0.19cts, total estimated carat weight 0.67cts, with pierced shoulders, in classic design, ring size P, 5.5g all in.

£600 - £800

An 18ct gold diamond solitaire ring, with round brilliant cut diamond in four point platinum setting, the diamond approx 0.47cts, set in platinum on a plain gold band, maker D.J., ring size K½, 3.2g all in.

£250 - £350


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