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This sale was held on 20/06/2018 at 10:00 am

A late 19th/early 20thC French papier mache nodding bulldog figure, with leatherette and horse hair collar, the legs with wooden wheels attached and with growling mechanism, (AF), 63cm long

No Estimate

A French late 19thC gilt metal and porcelain clock garniture, the clock mounted with an urn above a ceramic dial painted with Roman numerals, flanked by stylised pillars, headed by flowers, the shaped base on tapering feet, and a pair of two branch candelabra, each on a domed foot, the clock 36cm high, the candlesticks 21cm wide

£200 - £300

A late 19th/early 20thC Meissen figure group, possibly modelled by Michel Victor Acier in the form of a lady carrying flowers and a bird, a lady with a bird cage and a gentleman beside a two handled urn, the circular base picked out in gilt, blue cross swords to underside, incised F94, 20.5cm high

£80 - £120

A George V silver four piece tea set, with tapering faceted sides, composition handle and knop to teapot and hot water jug, Birmingham 1914, 31.5oz gross

£250 - £350

A sapphire and diamond five stone ring, three round brilliant cut sapphires, central stone approx. 0.61cts, flanked by two smaller sapphires, approx. 0.14cts each, total sapphire weight 0.89 cts, with two diamonds, each approx. 0.23cts, total approx. diamond weight 0.46cts, with claw setting, 18ct gold band, 3.8g all in

£1,500 - £2,000

A pair of Hadley's Worcester porcelain vases, each decorated with wild flowers, leaves etc., the borders in green, picked out in gilt, blue and coral, printed marks to underside in green, pattern number 229A, 83.54, 26cm high

£30 - £60

A late 19th/early 20thC bell push, with striped onyx button above an amethyst oval and stepped onyx base, with original cord, 6.5cm wide

£150 - £250

An Edwardian ebony walking stick, the handle carved with a lion and a dog, each with white metal studs for eyes, the silver hallmarked for 1903, 85cm long

No Estimate

Tribal Art. A Zulu type knobkerrie, the circular disc shaped top with incised 'X' decoration, part woven iron handle etc., 70cm long

£50 - £100

Tribal Art. A Zulu type African knobkerrie, the bulbous end with a flattened top, the spirally turned handle woven in iron, 68cm long

£50 - £100

A late 19thC campaign type field surgeon's amputation kit, comprising sword with hinged rosewood handle, hammer etc., the handle stamped Weiss London etc., in leatherette case

No Estimate

A Royal Worcester porcelain plaque, painted with a basket of fruit and flowers by Richard Seabright printed mark in puce to underside, 10.5cm diameter

£250 - £350

Tribal Art. An African Zulu type knobkerrie, decorated with iron bands, 74cm long

£50 - £80

An Aboriginal Wunda shield, with channelled linear decoration, decorated with iron red and white pigment, the reverse with a stripe type design with similar channelling, possibly Western Australia (AF), 81cm long

£200 - £300

A late 19thC walnut occasional table, the circular shaped top with a gilt metal border, the frieze mounted with two Sevres style porcelain plaques, each painted with flowers, on shaped legs with sabot, 72cm high, 43cm wide

£150 - £200

A pair of 19thC hairwork pictures, one depicting a castle within a landscape, the other windmill, figures etc., each with verre eglomise insert and gilt frames, visible image 13cm x 17cm

£80 - £120

A 19thC Papua New Guinean Asmat tribal skull, with dual type embellishment, feather bead and shell headdress, the skull itself 24cm high

£600 - £800

A late 19th/early 20thC Italian carriage clock, the white metal case with a loop handle, the enamel dial signed Musy Padre and Figli Torino, above a subsidiary dial, maker's mark to reverse with repeat mechanism on bun feet, 16.5cm high overall

£250 - £350

A mid 19thC mahogany and brass inlaid wall time piece, the painted dial with Roman numerals signed Wilson Lincoln, with a brass single fusee movement, 40cm wide

No Estimate

A set of fifty silver medallions, from the Museum of London series, sold within accompanying book detailing some of the subjects

£250 - £300

An Art Deco ivory figure by Ferdinand Preiss, carved in the form of a young girl holding a rabbit, on a tapering onyx base, signed to the reverse of the ivory, 8cm high

£400 - £600

A Webley Tempest air pistol, in original box with instructions etc.

No Estimate

A Leica IIIC camera, serial number 506038, with lens attached, a Leitz 20cm lens, a periscope type attachment, Leitz 135cm lens etc.

£200 - £300

A World War II Air Ministry metal bell, with blue painted fittings, dated 1940, 35cm high overall

£1,000 - £1,500

After Eutrope Bouret. A French bronze and marble clock garniture, the clock mounted with a figure of a nymph, signed to the base, the rouge marble base with later quartz movement, flanked by a pair of five branch candelabra, the clock and figure combined height 60cm

£300 - £400

A pair of late 19th/early 20thC cast iron fire dogs, modelled in the form of a unicorn and a lion, 59cm long

£80 - £120

A pair of Edwardian framed displays of butterflies, to include Swallowtail, a rarer version of a Swallowtail, Red Admiral etc., each 60cm x 29cm

No Estimate

A Paggani, Gainsborough. A mid 19thC barometer, the mahogany case inlaid with marquetry shells, patera etc., with a warranted silvered dial, swan neck pediment, 94cm long overall

No Estimate

A late 19thC Gustav Becker Vienna wall clock, in walnut case, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and stamped GB, 126cm high

£150 - £200

An early 19thC mahogany sofa, with a reeded frame, upholstered in patterned coral coloured fabric, on tapering legs with ceramic castors, 180cm wide

£300 - £400

A mid 20thC light coloured ash and elm retro style telephone seat, with shaped platform, spindle turned supports, solid seat, on turned legs with slatted undertier, possibly Ercol, 87cm wide

No Estimate

A George III mahogany bow fronted chest of drawers, the top with a moulded edge above a slide and three drawers, each with oval handles on splayed legs, 77cm high, 65cm deep, 113cm wide

£300 - £400

A Macey mahogany barrister sectional bookcase, with eight sliding glazed doors, on a plinth base, 133cm high, 123cm wide

No Estimate

Philip Betteridge, Walsall. A 19thC longcase clock, the arched dial decorated with Robert Adam style swags, patera etc., the mahogany and checker banded case with elaborate marquetry trunk, central urn with an oval to the door, the base with shell and spandrels, on bracket feet, 226cm high overall

£600 - £800

A Victorian walnut showframe open armchair, with padded button back, padded arm rests and seat, upholstered in grey fabric, the arm supports carved with flowers, on cabriole legs with ceramic castors

£120 - £180

A late 18th/early 19thC wine glass, with tapering bowl, fine air twist stem and inverted baluster base, with bubble inclusions and tapering foot (AF), 15.5cm

£70 - £90

An 18th/19thC wine glass, with a bell shaped bowl, an opaque twist stem, on a domed foot (AF), 13cm high

£70 - £90

An 18th/early 19thC glass stand, with a fine opaque twist stem and a domed foot, adapted, 11cm high

£70 - £90

A 19thC Continental white metal drawing instrument set or necessaire, the case with embossed and repousse decoration of scrolls, flowerheads etc., containing instruments such as a small ruler, scissors, pen holder, scalpel type knife, compass etc., incomplete

No Estimate

An Elizabeth II silver cruet, comprising cylindrical mustard pot, a salt pot and a pepper pot etc., stamped Made in England Sterling, weighable silver 8oz, in a fitted case

£100 - £150

Three bar brooches, to include two yellow metal stone set bar brooches, and a silver purple stone set bar brooch (3).

No Estimate

Three brooches, to include a silver stone set brooch with marcasite and blue stone, and another silver example set with green stone, and a 9ct white gold stone set bar brooch.

No Estimate

An 18ct gold opal and diamond dress ring, set with three opals and four tiny diamonds, 2.6g all in.

No Estimate

A pair of opal cluster earrings, each set with seven opals, in a claw setting, yellow metal, marked 18ct, 2.8g all in.

£40 - £60

A 9ct gold dress ring, set with citrine stone, on pierced shoulders, 4.4g all in.

£40 - £60

A diamond solitaire ring, with diamond approx 0.39cts, in a platinum setting, on a yellow metal band, marked 18ct, 1.8g all in.

£200 - £300

A pair of opal cluster earrings, set with rubies and diamonds, yellow metal, marked 585, 6.5g all in.

£80 - £120

Two 9ct gold dress rings, to include a buckle ring, and a plain wedding band, 6.1g all in.

No Estimate


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