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This sale was held on 18/09/2019 at 10:00 am

An Asprey & Co abstract brooch, of elongated design set with sapphires, diamonds and a ruby, in gold coloured setting, unmarked, with single pin back, 7cm long overall, 15.9g all in, Asprey & Co Ltd, New Bond Street, London box.

£200 - £300

A South Ferriby gold stater, 5.4g.

£800 - £1,200

An Edward IV gold half Ryal, York Mint, 3.8g.

£1,000 - £1,500

After The Antique, Crouching Venus, green patinated bronze, inscribed Musee du Vatican, on ebonised base, 29cm H, 25cm W overall.

£400 - £600

An early to mid 20thC Hosier shop sign, with Verre Eglomise letters, in later frame, 31cm, 174cm W. Provenance: Formerly at the shop of Lawrence Clarke, a Lincoln tailor from 1950 to late 1990's. His shop at 43 Silver Street was started by his father after World War 2 and Mr Clarke trained as a tailor on Savile Row, London.

No Estimate

An early 20thC fruitwood and steel hat stretcher, on a rectangular base, makers plaque indistinct, 36cm H, 29cm W. Provenance: Formerly at the shop of Lawrence Clarke, a Lincoln tailor from 1950 to late 1990's. His shop at 43 Silver Street was started by his father after World War 2 and Mr Clarke trained as a tailor on Savile Row, London.

No Estimate

A rectangular oak occasional table by Wilf Squirrelman Hutchinson, on baluster shaped faceted supports, and plain stretchers, carved with squirrel emblem to the stretcher, 40cm H, 54cm W, 30cm D.

£100 - £150

An oak occasional table by Wilf Squirrelman Hutchinson, the octagonal adzed top on trefoil support, with X shaped base, carved with squirrel motif, 50cm H, 59cm W.

No Estimate

An Edwardian mahogany and satinwood banded Pembroke table by Maple and Co, the oval top inlaid with a central patera, and with a moulded edge above a frieze drawer on square tapering legs with brass castors, stamped to top of drawer, 56cm W.

No Estimate

A Beswick Connoisseur model of Red Rum, Brian Fletcher Up, on rectangular wooden base with rounded corners, 34cm H.

£100 - £150

A Beswick Connoisseur model of Nijinsky, Leicester Piggott Up, on rectangular base with rounded corners, 32cm H.

£80 - £120

A Beswick Connoisseur model of Arkle, on rectangular base with rounded corners, 31cm H. (AF)

No Estimate

A large quantity of blue and white printed pottery, mainly Copeland Spode Italian pattern, to include two square tureens and covers etc.

No Estimate

Three 19thC Nailsea dumps, each with bubble inclusions, the largest 16cm H.

No Estimate

A Chinese bronze gong, cast with dragons, etc., and an elaborately carved hardwood stand, 43cm H overall.

No Estimate

A late 19th/early 20thC copper coal bucket and cover, stamped GNR (L), (possibly of railway significance, converted from an urn), 34cm H.

No Estimate

An unusual clock and weather station, housed in a cabinet previously containing the Millennium coin collection, the interior fitted with a clock, barometer and thermometer etc., 33cm W.

No Estimate

A collection of fourteen volumes of The Yellow Book, dating from 1896, 1895, 1897, 1894, each published by John Lane of the Bodley Head London and New York, illustrated by Aubrey Beardsley, etc.

£400 - £600

A Regency mahogany brass inlaid drop dial wall clock, the painted dial with Roman numerals, the case decorated with scrolls etc., brass fusee movement, (AF), 39cm W.

£300 - £400

L and D Soleha, Hull. A mid 19thC mahogany boxwood and ebony strung wheel barometer, with engraved dial, inlaid with shells etc., 98cm L.

£70 - £100

J. Needham Rothwell (1921-2011). A mid 19thC wheel barometer, in a mahogany case, inset with dry damp gage thermometer, level etc., 113cm H.

£150 - £250

Henry Wilkinson. Golfers putting, artist signed coloured etching, number 29 of 150, 28cm x 37cm.

No Estimate

A pair of Royal Dux porcelain figurines, each modelled in the form of a seated ballet dancer, 23cm W.

No Estimate

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.

£250 - £350

A Royal Crown Derby porcelain paperweight, modelled in the form of a seated swan, silver button to underside, 13cm L.

No Estimate

A large Victorian wool work picture, depicting ladies on horseback, a knight in armour, soldiers etc., within elaborate gilt frame, 164cm x 207cm overall.

No Estimate

A Flight Barr and Barr Worcester porcelain square section dish, decorated with a scene of The Duke of Buccleugh's Villa, with green and gilt borders, impressed mark to underside, 24cm W.

No Estimate

A pair of early 20thC Royal Worcester porcelain plates, each painted with flowers within green and yellow borders, picked out in gilt, circa 1909, 22cm dia.

No Estimate

A quantity of Royal Albert Old Country Roses pattern dinner ware, tea ware etc.

No Estimate

A George V silver three piece tea set, of facetted form with ebonised knop and handle to the teapot, Sheffield 1931, 36¾oz gross.

£300 - £400

A set of twelve Elizabeth II silver goblets, each with a tapering form with a textured finish and circular foot, Birmingham 1970, by C.J Vander Limited, some pieces (AF), 106¾oz.

No Estimate

A cold painted bronze model of a pheasant, in the manner of Bergman, 20cm L.

No Estimate

A cut glass and silver mounted swan ornament, the wings stamped 925, 12cm L.

No Estimate

A late Victorian bone and silver mounted page turner, the handle embossed with scrolls, leaves etc., Birmingham 1898, 32cm L.

No Estimate

A George V silver pig shaped pen wipe, with later velvet pad, Birmingham 1920, 7cm L.

No Estimate

A set of three Victorian silver salts, each applied in a band of beaded pattern, on bun feet, London 1872, 5¾ oz.

£60 - £90

A George VI silver coffee pot, with composite handle, in early 18thC style, with scroll cast spout, tapering foot, London 1942, 24cm H, 20oz.

No Estimate

A pair of gilt metal two branch wall lights, each cast with leaves, fruit, bows etc., 60cm H.

£200 - £400

Michie, Brechin. An early 19thC longcase clock, the arched dial painted with a lady and two young girls, with church in the foreground, above four floral spandrels, eight day four pillar movement in oak and mahogany case, 212cm H.

No Estimate

Richard Holt, Newark. A longcase clock, the arched dial painted with birds, flowers etc., eight day four pillar movement, in oak and mahogany crossbanded case, 216cm H.

£350 - £450

A George V 9ct gold Waltham pocket watch, the case stamped Dennison Watch Case Co., the movement A.W.W. Co, Waltham, Mass, U.S.A., Birmingham 1924, 90.3g all in.

No Estimate

A 9ct gold watch chain with double sovereign and shield fob, the Victorian double sovereign dated 1887, with 9ct gold shield fob with vacant cartouche, on 9ct gold flat curb link chain, with clip and t-bar, 65.4g all in, the chain 41cm long.

No Estimate

Two 9ct gold shield fobs, to include one of dull gold colour depicting a man playing snooker, and the other with scroll borders and central shield, inscribed Thomas Fattorini Ltd, Birmingham, 9.9g.

No Estimate

A Victorian 18ct gold turquoise ring, set with three turquoise stones, the central stone star set, ring size N½, 5.1g all in, in W.Marshall box.

£80 - £120

A Victorian bloom gold brooch, with twist design bar centre and two square ends, each set with seed pearls, with additional safety chain and later pin back, 4.5cm wide, 5.1g all in, in John Purser & Sons box.

£40 - £60

An Art Deco dress ring, with octagonal ring head, illusion set with tiny diamonds, in platinum, on a thin band, yellow metal, unmarked, ring size T, 2.2g all in.

£50 - £80

A pair of 9ct gold oval cufflinks, each with half engine turned design of floral scrolls, bearing initials HJ, in Smith Jewellers, Lincoln fitted box, 4g.

£40 - £60

A 9ct gold signet ring, with small square shield part engine turned design and splayed shoulders, ring size N½, 3.9g.

£30 - £50


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