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This sale was held on 19/02/2020 at 10:00am

A late Victorian silver trophy cup and cover, the lid with a turned finial and with fluted decoration with embossed and repousse 'C' scrolls, within a beaded border, the base heavily embossed with flowers, fruits etc., surrounding two vacant cartouches, on an hour glass shaped stem, with domed foot, Sheffield 1899 by Mark Willis, 27oz, 42cm H.

Hammer:
£270

A George VI silver salver, with a pie crust border, on scroll cast feet, Birmingham 1932, maker H E & Co, stamped capital, 17¾oz, 26cm D.

Hammer:
£180

An Edwardian Art Nouveau silver mounted photograph frame, decorated with a lady picking pears, beside birds, a young child seated below the branches, Birmingham 1907, by Charles Green, 24cm x 20cm.

Hammer:
£270

A large Royal Dux porcelain figure, modelled in the form of a goat herder and a goat, in green and gilt, on a blush ivory ground, the canted square base decorated with flowers, triangular mark to underside, 66cm H.

Hammer:
£130

A large oversized pair of Levi 501 vintage jeans, with original untouched labels to reverse stating size 76 waist and 46 leg. Provenance: Gifted to the owners father in the late 1960's by Levi's to use as promotional material when opening the first Levi and Wrangler concession in Lincoln.

£250 - £350

A collection of Desert Orchid racehorse related memorabilia, to include personal letters from the owner, Midge Burridge to the recipient, a section of plaited hair from Desert Orchid with accompanying letter, prints, photographs, a tea towel, other letters, fan club magazines, etc.

£120 - £150

A late 19thC French black slate and marble mantel clock, with parcel gilt embellishment, the enamel dial with anchor escapement, Roman numerals, the shaped case on a rectangular base, 50cm W.

Hammer:
£70

A mid 19thC yew and elm child's Windsor armchair, with a pierced splat, solid seat, on turned legs with crinoline stretcher.

Hammer:
£320

Three 17thC Swiss rectangular stained glass panels by Jacob Wegmann of Lucerne, each depicting scenes from the crucifixion, the deposition and resurection of Christ, signed and dated 1623, housed within a black painted iron frame (AF), later converted to a sliding door, the panels 48cm x 51cm, some restoration and losses, the door overall 208cm x 120cm.
Provenance: By repute removed from Locksley ...


Hammer:
£3800

A Moorcroft limited edition squat baluster shaped pottery vase, decorated with large pink flowers, trailing flowers, leaves etc., various stamps to underside to include Goodwin, initials A.B., copyright 2002, No. 142/300, 18cm D. (boxed)

Hammer:
£130

A pair of late 19thC Sitzendorf candelabra, each with four branches, encrusted with flowers and leaves overall and with figural bases, factory mark in blue underneath, 56cm H.

£300 - £400

Three bottles of whisky, Isle of Jura 10 years old in original tin, Ledaig single malt in box and Glenfiddich Special reserve, 12 years.

Hammer:
£50

A 19thC mahogany wall mounted salt box, the brass coopered container constructed from various different timbers to include oak, ash, mahogany, walnut, etc., 31cm H.

Hammer:
£30

A collection of early 20thC postcards, some amusing examples, real photo, etc.

Hammer:
£95

A turned wooden tobacco jar, with inner lead cover, label stating by repute Made From Wood From Nelson's Ship HMS Victory, 13cm dia.

Hammer:
£60

A French pink onyx and gilt metal mantel timepiece, mounted with a putto, the column shaped case applied with a white enamel dial decorated with floral swags etc., on a square plinth with bun feet, 22cm H.

Hammer:
£120

A Victorian brass oil lamp, with cranberry tinted moulded glass shade, the base with reeded column and wooden plinth, 60cm H overall.

Hammer:
£120

A pair of Chinese hardwood small urn stands, each with a pink marble top, above a carved frieze and shaped legs headed by masks, 35cm H, the top 27cm dia.

Hammer:
£220

A section of retro teak Staples Ladderax racking, in three sections with fall front compartment for cocktails, veneered in birds eye maple, with gilt brass supports, etc.

Hammer:
£400

An unusual American type beech, ash and elm Windsor chair, the back supports turned to simulate bamboo, with a solid seat on turned tapering legs with "H" stretcher, unmarked.

Hammer:
£650

A mahogany and walnut crossbanded kneehole dressing table, in mid 18thC style, the rectangular top with a moulded edge, above a frieze drawer and seven further drawers around a kneehole with cupboard door, each with pierced brass mounts, on ogee bracket feet, 82cm W.

Hammer:
£75

An Ercol light elm bookcase, with two glazed doors on concave plinth, 92cm W.

Hammer:
£300

A pair of Victorian Howard type armchairs, each on ebonised legs, with metal castors, stamped to the rear legs B. L2.

Hammer:
£32

A two seat sofa, upholstered in Dorma pink, purple, yellow and green Berwick pattern tartan fabric, on square tapering legs, 124cm W, and a loose cushion.

Hammer:
£200

An air rifle, with ebonised barrel and silencer, beech stock etc., mounted with a Simmons sight (AF), 123cm W.

Hammer:
£55

A 19thC Berlin type porcelain plaque, painted with a neo classical lady holding a dagger beside a pillar etc., indistinct title to reverse (AF), the plaque 17cm x 12.5cm.

Hammer:
£22

A German RLB Third Reich dagger, the handle applied with a badge with black enamel swastika (AF), with eagle and swastika guard, ebonised metal scabbard, the blade unstamped with leather belt attachment, 36cm L.

Hammer:
£750

An Elizabeth II silver waiter, the raised border with crenellated edge on three tapering feet, headed by crowns, London 1987, 13¼oz, 19cm dia.

Hammer:
£130

An Elizabeth II silver miniature four piece tea set, comprising rectangular two handled tray, tea pot, coffee pot, milk jug and sugar bowl, with part fluted decoration, 2oz, in original fitted case.

Hammer:
£110

A George VI silver cylindrical tea caddy with lid, Sheffield 1943, 2¾oz, 8cm H.

Hammer:
£60

A 19thC Piercy's patent tortoiseshell white and yellow metal thimble, inlaid to one side with name.

Hammer:
£240

An early 19thC rectangular silver teapot, with gadrooned bands, ivory stem to the knop, also with ivory insulators, on bun feet, marks indistinct, 19¼oz gross.

Hammer:
£200

A Victorian silver compressed melon shaped teapot, engraved with scrolls, with a floral knop, the shaped handle with ivory insulators, on four scroll cast feet, London 1842, 23oz gross.

Hammer:
£360

A George V silver two handled centrepiece, with pierced borders and lobed decoration, Birmingham 1914, 10½oz, 23cm W.

Hammer:
£110

Faverio Lincoln. A mid 19thC mahogany wheel barometer, the case inlaid with shells and patera within checker banded borders, with a broken pediment, above a thermometer, the dial engraved with makes name, etc., 99cm H.

Hammer:
£30

A late 18th/early 19thC mahogany longcase clock, the silvered dial with moon face, engraved with Roman numerals etc., eight day four pillar movement, the reverse of the dial stamped Wright, the mahogany case with three brass finials, shaped crest and reeded pilasters, the door with moulded edge and base with similar mouldings, on bracket feet, 224cm H.

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A Georg Jensen silver Torun brooch, numbered 374, stamped 925 S Denmark, of curved design, with single pin back, 7cm wide, in Mappin & Webb box, 42.6g.

Hammer:
£220

An 18ct white gold diamond cluster ring, with central round brilliant cut diamond approx 0.38cts, flanked by five pear cut diamonds to each shoulder, on three row design band, stamped 750, ring size P½, 2.9g all in.

Hammer:
£340

A butterscotch amber beaded necklace, with a mixture of oblong beads of varying sizes, the largest 2.5cm wide, the smallest 1.2cm wide, on string strand with tassel end, 117.6g all in. (AF)

Hammer:
£750

A modern sapphire ring, with single round brilliant cut sapphire, in rub over white metal setting, on a yellow metal band, applied to centre in modern tension setting, hallmarks rubbed, possibly 9ct, ring size R½, 3.8g all in.

Hammer:
£80

WITHDRAWN PRE SALE BY VENDOR. A carved African wooden knobkerrie, signs of termite damage, 39cm L.

£50 - £100

A Victorian 1897 pattern officers sword, by J.Daniels Woolwich, 102cm L, blade 81cm L.

Hammer:
£120

A Victorian 1897 pattern sword, by Wilkinson, 97cm L, blade 82cm L.

Hammer:
£65

A George V 1897 pattern officers sword, by Wilkinson, Pall Mall, number 00645, and a scabbard, 97cm L, blade 82cm L.

Hammer:
£110

A British 1796 pattern officers sword, with scabbard (AF), 100cm L, blade 85cm L.

Hammer:
£70

A George VI Royal Artillery officers sword, by Hobson and Sons London, with scabbard (AF), 103cm L, blade 88cm L.

Hammer:
£70

A George V 1857 pattern Royal Artillery officers sword, by Wilkinson, Pall Mall, number 27413, and a scabbard, 106cm L, blade 92cm L.

Hammer:
£110

A George V British Royal Artillery sword, with scabbard, by Batson, London, number 2738, 103cm L, blade 86cm L.

Hammer:
£90


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