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This sale was held on Wednesday 18th May 2022 at 10:00am

A Jaeger-Lecoultre mystery desk clock, with circular body and white and gilt coloured outer case, 16cm high, with certificate guarantee, number 215019-8.

Hammer:
£400

A Victorian silver trophy, with bright cut body, acanthus leaf handles, inverted stem and circular foot, marked By The Gentry And Tradesmen Of Branston On Approaching Marriage 1889, Sheffield 1877, 27cm high, 16oz.

Hammer:
£180

A pair of Victorian silver salts, each with raised scroll borders, pierced bodies on triple compressed orb feet, with blue glass liners, Sheffield 1900, 7cm high, 10.2oz all in. (2)

Hammer:
£42

A Royal Artillery officer's sword, the blade etched with shield and crown and marked Clement Grey Sheffield, with turned handle, basket weave hilt, compressed pommel and leather scabbard, 104cm long.

Hammer:
£180

A court sword, with etched blade, marked Jermyne London, with crown and VE initial, with gilt coloured C shaped guard, turned handle lacking pommel with leather and metal scabbard, 92cm long. (the scabbard AF)

Hammer:
£65

A George VI silver goblet, with inverted stem and circular foot, marked First Prize Officers Jumping Military Sports...May 1916, London 1914, 18cm high, 4.3oz.

Hammer:
£45

A George V silver teapot, of cape form, on orb feet with thumb mould ebonised handle and compressed knop, Birmingham 1921, 15cm high, 21oz all in.

Hammer:
£200

A set of four Victorian silver salts, each repousse decorated with angular handles with two associated spoons in fitted case marked Penlington & Batty Liverpool & Manchester, Sheffield probably 1895, 8oz all in. (cased)

Hammer:
£95

A 20thC Japanese Takeharu acoustic guitar, model GT-85 numbered 80462 with Kiso Suzuki Violin Co label, 98cm long.

Hammer:
£110

An official 1966 World Cup Willie Lion, plush jointed in Union Jack shirt, 20cm high.

No Estimate

A 20thC cold cast bronze figure, of an Arabian gentleman seated on a carpet reading, in the manner of Bergmann, unmarked, 9cm wide.

£180 - £220

A 22ct gold wedding band, size S, 6.9g.

Hammer:
£240

A 22ct gold wedding band, size J, 5.8g.

Hammer:
£190

An 18ct gold dress ring, set with three small diamonds, on plain shank, size O, 2.9g all in.

Hammer:
£85

A Victorian full gold sovereign, 1889, in circular sunburst mount attached to slender link necklace marked 9ct, 54cm long, 22g all in.

Hammer:
£460

A 14ct gold cased hunter pocket watch, with engine turned cover, vacant cartouche, Arabic dial subsidiary second hand and plain case marked 0.585, 7cm high, 90g all in. (AF)

Hammer:
£220

A George V full gold sovereign, 1918, in a brooch setting with plain pin back, 6cm wide, 11g all in.

Hammer:
£320

A Victorian half gold sovereign, 1870, shield back, in ring setting, marked .375, size U, 11g all in.

Hammer:
£215

A cameo portrait brooch, classical figure, quarter profile, facing sinister, in elaborate setting with plain pin back, 5cm high.

Hammer:
£28

A 9ct gold signet ring, initialled, size Q, 3.2g.

Hammer:
£45

A George V full gold sovereign, 1911, in a basket weave ring setting, marked .375, size W, 17g all in.

Hammer:
£380

A Victorian walnut travelling case, by Samson Mordan and Co, velvet lined interior and a selection of various jars and bottles, hobnail cut with silver lids, London 1849, various lift out sections, lift out tray, etc., 20cm high, 32cm wide, 24cm deep.

£600 - £800

A late Georgian Vulliamy table clock, in a fruitwood case, swing handle, blind fret scroll back plate, double fusee movement striking on the hour, signed and marked London 1017, in a five part glazed case, on squat bracket feet, with key, 20cm high, 13cm wide, 10cm deep, with keys. Auctioneer Announce: There is no Turbett crest to the clock.

Hammer:
£15,500

A George V full gold sovereign, 1913.

Hammer:
£340

An Elizabeth II half gold sovereign, in 9ct gold basket weave ring setting, size T, 8.3g all in.

Hammer:
£190

An early 20thC Omega open faced pocket watch, with 5cm diameter Arabic dial, subsidiary second hand, in repousse decorated case, marked 0.900, numbered 501B170, with Omega twelve disc back plate, graduated Albert watch chain with T bar end, 31cm long, 122g all in.

Hammer:
£110

An 18ct gold and three stone diamond dress ring, on textured shank, size Q, 4.8g all in.

Hammer:
£120

A Victorian half gold sovereign, 1901.

Hammer:
£170

A George V full gold sovereign, 1914.

Hammer:
£330

A fancy link double Albert watch chain, centred by T-bar, with outer clasp marked 9C, 39cm long, attached to a 9ct gold fob and small dog head seal.

Hammer:
£420

A George IV Scottish silver salver, with pie crust edge, etched central crest, outer engraved scroll work, on triple scroll and floral feet, Edinburgh 1829, 31oz.

Hammer:
£440

A Lalique Bacchantes vase, the tapering body raised with figures, 23cm high, in outer box.

Hammer:
£1,100

A set of George V silver teaspoons, bright cut decorated, plain bowls, Sheffield 1912, 12cm long, 3oz, cased. (6)

Hammer:
£35

Various silver and effects, George V glass hair pot with silver lid, Birmingham 1921, 6cm high, various other cut glass jars, some with silver tops, cranberry glass decanter, cased plated forks, plated stands, silver bottle coaster with oak centre, etc. (a quantity)

Hammer:
£90

A belcher link necklace, with plain links, marked 9c, 47cm long, 6g.

Hammer:
£80

An Elizabeth II silver and silver gilt limited edition 7th Centenary of the Completion of Lincoln Cathedral goblet, with bell shaped bowl, elaborate stem, and octagonal foot, marked beneath limited edition 252/700, London 1980, 16cm high, 10oz, in outer box with paperwork.

Hammer:
£360

A Elizabeth II silver and silver gilt goblet, by Order of the Dean and Chapter of St Paul's to commemorate the Wedding of HRH The Prince of Wales and The Lady Diana Spencer, 29th July 1981, with plain bowl, silver gilt interior, inverted griffin stem, marked beneath 416/1000, London 1981, 18cm high, 12oz, with outer pouch and paperwork.

Hammer:
£380

A Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Sterling Silver dish, limited edition 85/750, flower head form, spectre hallmarks, Sheffield 1977, 12cm wide, 5.2oz, box with paperwork.

Hammer:
£65

Four air twist marbles, comprising two large 3cm diameter, and two smaller examples 1.5cm diameter. (AF)

Hammer:
£20

A group of Bakelite beads, comprising a butterscotch coloured bead, various brown/orange coloured beads, 69g. (a quantity)

No Estimate

A brown graduated Bakelite necklace, with polished beads, each approximately 1.5cm wide, the necklace 72cm long overall, 97g all in.

No Estimate

A faceted cherry amber necklace, with ten faceted beads, on a gold coloured chain, unmarked, 32cm long overall, 5g all in.

No Estimate

A graduated cherry amber necklace, the largest bead 2.5cm wide, the smallest 0.5cm wide, 50cm long overall, 45g all in.

No Estimate

A Bakelite necklace, with graduated faceted beads, the largest 3cm, the smallest 1cm wide, with clear faceted breaks, 86cm long overall, 77g all in.

Hammer:
£20

An orange Bakelite graduated necklace, the largest bead 3cm wide, the smallest 1.5cm wide, 82cm long overall, on string strand, 63g all in.

Hammer:
£10

A cherry amber necklace, with seven spherical beads, 2cm wide, on string strand, 43g all in. (AF)

No Estimate

A cherry amber necklace, with spherical beads, each 1.25cm wide, on knotted string strand, 76cm long overall, 76g all in.

Hammer:
£42

A cherry amber necklace, with seven beads, each approx 1.5cm long, on wire work plated frame, 58cm long overall, 29g all in.

No Estimate


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