Lot 3 A White Metal Ecclesiastical Roundel Pendant, Circa 1600, cast in relief with 'The Coronation of The Virgin' to one side, and 'The Virgin & Child' to the other. The roundel 1½ in (4 cm) in diameter, surmounted by a crown and suspension loop, 2¼ in (6 cm) overall height.
Lot 4 A 16th Century Silver Metal Book Plate embossed, chased & punch-worked with depiction of The Archangel Michael trampling the devil underfoot with the Angel Gabriel alongside, above a band to the bottom inscribed 'Angelus Michael'. 4¾ in x 4 in (12 cm x 10 cm).
Lot 5 A Large & Impressive 19th Century German Silver Treasure Casket with Hanau marks, modelled as a Gothic cathedral. The rectangular receptacle having a hexagonal spire with pierced tracery sides to the centre of an apexed roof embossed with diaper-work tiles and hinged to one side to form the lid. The casket's sides embellished with saints in Gothic arches divided by breakfront pilasters with crocketed ...
Lot 8 A 17th/18th Century Triangular Base Metal Pendant having a parchment inset painted with Saint Francis of Assisi in monk's attire holding a child. The equilateral triangular frame enhanced with black & white enamel, each side 2¾ in (7 cm) in length.
Lot 9 A Silver Pendant, Spanish, 17th Century. The round medallion engraved with a cross on one side and quatrefoil on the other, set in a coiled wirework surround with crown form mounts and suspension ring, 3 in (7.5 cm) in length.
Lot 10 A Silver Pendant Celtic Cross enriched with gold overlay embossed with leaves and centred by an oval amethyst cabochon with square stones adorning the terminals and a pierced outer ring of leaping animals. 2½ in (6.5 cm) wide. Possibly 16th Century.
Lot 18 A 19th Century French Gold Tie Pin. The finial fashioned as a knight's helmet decorated in gun metal translucent enamel and encrusted with diamonds along the comb and to the pivots of the articulated visor. The pin with maker's mark, slightly mistruck, probably for Jean-Hippolyte Voitelain, active after 1862.
Lot 20 A Small Medieval Illuminated Manuscript, Flemish, Circa 1500. Intricately painted with ''The Presentation of Mary in the Temple'', surrounded by inscribed banderoles. The border decorated with trailing carnations, nemophila, heartsease, and wild strawberries interspersed with moths and butterflies, 4½ in x 3½ in (11.5 cm x 9 cm). Set in a moulded gilt frame with brown silk clad mount, 11¼ in x 8½ ...
Lot 22 A 17th Century Ivory Carving of Virgin & Child sat upon billowing clouds with a winged angel's head at their feet, set in a moulded box frame. The carving 4¼ in (21 cm) in height, 7½ in x 6 in (18 cm x 15 cm) framed.
Lot 24 Two Carved Bone Panels; One depicting 'God the Father' holding an orb with hand raised in blessing, and Mary pierced by a sword. The other is air borne angels, with ropetwist borders, 3¼ in x 6 in (8 cm x 15 cm) and 2¼ in x 6 in (6 cm x 15 cm).
Lot 25 An 18th Century French Carved Treen Reliquary Cross. One side carved with Christ crucified with the figure of a saint at his feet and a banner above inscribed INRI. The other side chip carved with a cockerel and various emblems and having a sliding spine opening to reveal a gilt twisted wire chain hung with small paper labels inscribed with saints. 8¾ in x 3¾ in (22 cm x 9.5 cm).
Lot 26 A Pair of Small Late 17th/Early 18th Century Carved & Polychromed Wooden Angels depicted in flowing robes enriched with gilding, their hands held in prayer. Mounted on later circular blocks, 8 in (210 cm) in height.
Lot 28 A Delightful Late 16th Century Carved Wooden Angel depicted in profile knelt praying, with traces of residual gilding and polychrome, 12 in (30 cm) high, 8 in (20 cm) wide. Mounted on a later metal display stand.
Lot 29 A Small Late 15th/Early 16th Century Flemish Oak Carving 'Sedes Sapientiae'. Mary depicted with long wavy hair flowing around her shoulders, wearing a draped robe, with the infant Jesus sat upon her lap, 11½ in (28 cm) in height. Mounted on a velvet clad display stand.
Lot 32 A 16th Century Style Flanders Brass Candlestick. The socket with a rectangular openings above a slender fillet knopped stem and stepped dome base with integral drip-pan, 10 in (15.5 cm) in height.
Lot 33 A Large, Unusual Taper stick, possibly 16th Century [strong similarities to an English example discussed & illustrated in 'English Candlesticks before 1600' by W.G. Mackay Thomas, page 120, late 55]. The socket above an upper drip tray and columnar stem with lower drip tray to the hexagonal base standing on roughly cut-away feet. 13 in (33 cm) in height. (Ex Paul Tomasso).
Lot 34 A 17th Century Franco-Dutch Candlestick. The cylindrical socket pierced with wax ejector hole above an octagonal tapering stem and octagonal base with round dished centre, 6¼ in (16 cm) in height.
Lot 35 A 17th Century Candlestick, Circa 1680, Low Countries. The deep cylindrical flanged socket with a pierced round aperture, on a bulbous stem and raised circular foot with ring turning, 7 in (18 cm) in height. [A very similar example is illustrated in 'Making Fire & Light in the home pre-1820' by John Caspall, page 99].
Lot 40 A 17th Century Spanish Candlestick. The cylindrical socket above a stem of three graduated flattened & ridged ball knops, peened to a square base with raised circular dished centre, 5½ in (14 cm) high.
Lot 41 An 18th Century Wrought Iron Tripod Table Rushnip having a rolled candle socket on horizontal arm counter-weighting the rush jaw. The square section stem with scrollwork above arched strap legs on flattened feet, 10¼ in (26 cm) in height.
Lot 42 A Late 17th Century Irish Wrought Iron Table Rushnip. The rush jaw counterweighted by a twisted upswept arm with candle-socket, the central stem raised on four arced legs leading down to a flat ring base, 13½ in (34 cm) in height.
Lot 43 A Late 17th Century German Annaberger Stoneware Jug. The baluster body relief moulded with Mary & Joseph to the front, a floral motifs enhanced with polychrome enamels on a brown ground of cross-hatching in wrythen panels. Lacking pewter lid, 8¼ in (21 cm) in height.
Lot 44 A Delightful 17th Century Oak 'Flowerpotte' Panel naively carved in a arched rebate with a central stem issuing a daisy-head to the top and offshoots of pendant leaves either side rising from a punch-worked urn flanked by wrythen whorls and defined against a pitted ground, 15½ ins x 12¾ ins (39 cm x 32 cms).
Lot 47 A 17th Century Style Boarded Oak Casket. The rectangular body clad in decorative iron straps with flower head terminals enhanced with punchwork and pierced hemispherical boss adornments, 4½ in (11.5 cm) high, 10 in (25 cm) wide, 6¾ in (17 cm) deep.
Lot 48 An 18th Century Wrought Iron Table Rushnip having a rolled sheet iron candle socket on side arm counter-weighting the rush jaw. The square section stem driven into a turned columnar oak base, 211 in (28 cm) in height.
Lot 49 A Late 17th/Early 18th Century Wrought Iron Table Rushnip. The rush jaw counter-weighted by a twisted arm with candle socket; the stem driven into a treen base with ring turning, 13 in (33 cm) in height.