Sale: Furniture, Works of Art and Clocks

Wednesday 3rd April 2019 10:00AM

603 lots in this sale

All lots are subject to the Buyer’s Premium at 25% + VAT.

Lot Description Estimate Hammer
1 A George III oak inverted breakfront dresser £1,500 - £2,000
2 A George III painted pine child's rocking chair. £100 - £150
3 An early 19th century and later elm primitive Windsor armchair £200 - £300
4 A 19th century French oak farmhouse kitchen table £300 - £500
5 A Victorian ash and fruitwood low back Windsor armchair £80 - £120
6 A harlequin set of eight Lancashire dining chairs £300 - £500
7 An early Victorian North Wales oak bread and cheese dresser £1,200 - £1,800
8 An Irish style painted ash country bow armchair £100 - £150
9 An 18th century painted pine child's cradle £100 - £150
10 An 18th century iron and brass mounted long handled grisset pan £300 - £500
11 A late 17th century brass warming pan £150 - £250
12 A Regency copper church collection pole £500 - £700
13 An early 19th century iron and brass waffle tongs £100 - £150
14 A late 17th century brass warming pan £200 - £300
15 A Bohemian painted pine armoire £400 - £600
16 An early 19th century ash and elm Windsor child's rocking chair £100 - £150
17 A 19th century French cherrywood farmhouse kitchen table £500 - £800
18 A pair of French bronze pricket candlesticks in 13th century Limoges style £2,000 - £3,000
19 A pewter footed bowl £300 - £400
20 A pewter six light chandelier in 17th century Dutch style £400 - £600
21 A pair of 18th century Flemish bronze pricket altar style candlesticks £200 - £300
22 Two Spanish chestnut and ebonised side tables £200 - £300
23 A carved wood Corpus Christi £300 - £500
24 A continental ebonised and parcel gilt wood Corpus Christi £200 - £300
25 λ A small continental ebony and ivory table cabinet £600 - £800
26 An 18th century continental fruitwood miniature cabinet £1,000 - £1,500
27 λ An Italian ivory book cover mount in Byzantine style £3,000 - £4,000
28 An iron church alms / collection box £200 - £300
29 A pair of Italian stained pine architectural fragments £100 - £200
30 A pair of 17th century carved oak terms £150 - £200
31 A small collection of oak carvings and architectural fragments £100 - £200
32 An oak boarded chest £500 - £800
33 An oak boarded chest £300 - £400
34 An 18th century oak sword chest £150 - £250
35 A mid-18th century elm dough bin £200 - £300
36 A late 17th century oak coffer £150 - £250
37 Seven oak panel back open armchairs of small proportions £400 - £600
38 A carved hardwood coat of arms in Elizabethan style £200 - £300
39 A Charles II brass trumpet candlestick £500 - £800
40 A 19th century French cherrywood draw-leaf farmhouse kitchen table £300 - £500
41 An early 18th century elm gateleg dining table £300 - £500
42 A harlequin set of six 19th century ash and elm Windsor side chairs £400 - £600
43 A large Charles II lignum vitae dated wassail bowl £3,000 - £5,000
44 A 19th century treen snuff shoe £100 - £150
45 Two 19th century treen snuff shoes £200 - £300
46 A treen screw-action nutcracker £40 - £60
47 An early 19th century lacquered papier-mâché snuff box by Samuel Raven (1775-1847) £100 - £150
48 λ A collection of boxes £100 - £150
49 Two 19th century Dutch treen tobacco boxes and covers £150 - £200
50 A treen turned sycamore dairy bowl £100 - £150
51 A pair of Victorian turned treen fruitwood batons or staves £100 - £150
52 A collection of treen items £100 - £150
53 Three Victorian travelling inkwells £100 - £150
54 λ Russian School (late 19th century). A naive oil on board painting of a blacksmith £100 - £200
55 An elm relief panel £500 - £800
56 A Victorian pedlar type peg doll £100 - £200
57 A primitive watercolour painting of a farm yard £150 - £200
58 A George III Welsh horn primitive snuff box £200 - £300
59 An 18th century fisherman's leather pot bellied creel £200 - £300
60 An 18th century brass barber's bowl £150 - £250
61 An 18th century continental raised needlework devotional picture £100 - £150
62 An 18th century iron rushnip £100 - £150
63 A small Regency leather trunk by W. Jones £100 - £150
64 Three Victorian painted bronze coach badges £150 - £200
65 A mid-19th century American folk art walnut figural fur shop sign £1,000 - £1,500
66 A 19th century naive oil on board portrait of a mother and child £400 - £600
67 A rare 18th century painted lead tobacco box and cover £300 - £400
68 A folk art painted metal weather vane £100 - £150
69 A carved and painted wood fox hunting group attributed to Frank Whittington £800 - £1,200
70 A carved and painted wood hunting carousel in the manner of Frank Whittington £100 - £200
71 A 16th century embroidered needlework panel £800 - £1,200
72 A rare Charles II spot sampler £8,000 - £12,000
73 A rare Charles II band sampler £2,500 - £3,500
74 A Queen Anne needlework picture by Rebecca Grant £1,500 - £2,500
75 A late 17th century needlework picture £2,000 - £3,000
76 An early 18th century needlework picture £1,000 - £1,500
77 A Queen Anne needlework picture £3,000 - £5,000
78 Three late George III oval silkwork pictures £150 - £250
79 Two Victorian Berlin woolwork pictures £100 - £150
80 A George III needlework sampler by Jane Roberts £100 - £150
81 A mid-Victorian embroidered needlework heraldic table carpet £400 - £600
82 A George I walnut bureau cabinet £2,000 - £3,000
83 An early 18th century walnut table top bureau £300 - £500
84 A pair of late 17th century walnut armchairs £200 - £300
85 A Queen Anne walnut open armchair £100 - £200
86 Two late 17th century walnut side chairs £100 - £200
87 An early 18th century walnut bureau bookcase £600 - £800
88 A George II walnut bureau £400 - £600
89 An early 18th century walnut secretaire chest £200 - £300
90 A walnut chest £100 - £200
91 A walnut chest £150 - £250
92 A walnut chest on stand £150 - £250
93 A George II mahogany bookcase cabinet £1,500 - £2,000
94 A George III mahogany gateleg dining table £200 - £300
95 A mahogany centre table £400 - £600
96 A George II mahogany bookcase cabinet £400 - £600
97 A George III mahogany gateleg dining table £100 - £150
98 A George II red walnut chest £600 - £800
99 A George III mahogany bureau cabinet £1,000 - £1,500
100 A mahogany pie-crust table £200 - £300
101 A pair of George III walnut side chairs £500 - £800
102 A George II walnut and giltwood wall mirror £1,000 - £1,500
103 An early George III mahogany chest on chest £800 - £1,200
104 A George III mahogany tripod table £400 - £600
105 A George III wing armchair £500 - £700
106 A George II walnut and carved pine wall mirror £800 - £1,200
107 A George III mahogany twin pedestal dining table £400 - £600
108 A George III mahogany dumb waiter £200 - £400
109 A set of six George III 'Hepplewhite' mahogany dining chairs £300 - £500
110 A George III mahogany serpentine dressing chest in the manner of Thomas Chippendale £6,000 - £8,000
111 λ A George III Irish mahogany octagonal library table £1,500 - £2,000
112 A George III giltwood cartouche shape mirror £200 - £300
113 A George III mahogany open armchair £150 - £200
114 A pair of George III mahogany and brass dumbwaiters £2,000 - £3,000
115 A George III mahogany secretaire bookcase £300 - £500
116 A George III and later mahogany corner cabinet £150 - £200
117 A George III mahogany serpentine chest £250 - £350
118 A George III mahogany secretaire bookcase £500 - £800
119 A George III mahogany hanging corner cupboard £150 - £250
120 A George III mahogany serpentine chest £500 - £800
121 A pair of George III 'Hepplewhite' mahogany breakfront side cabinets £3,000 - £5,000
122 An early 19th century mahogany dining table £800 - £1,200
123 A late George III mahogany open armchair £50 - £100
124 A George III satinwood pole firescreen £100 - £200
125 Two early 19th century mahogany Lancashire commodes attributed to Gillows £500 - £800
126 A rare pair of late George III burr yew card tables £8,000 - £12,000
127 A late George III mahogany writing table £300 - £500
128 A George III mahogany side table £200 - £400
129 A George III mahogany gentleman's dressing table £300 - £400
130 A late George III mahogany oval butler's tray £500 - £800
131 A George III mahogany drum table £2,000 - £3,000
132 λ A George III mahogany card / games table £300 - £500
133 A George III mahogany demi-lune card table £400 - £600
134 λ A late George III rosewood breakfast table £150 - £250
135 A pair of late George III mahogany tea tables £600 - £800
136 λ A pair of George III mahogany card tables £2,000 - £3,000
137 Literature. Thomas Chippendale (1718-1779). 'The Gentleman Cabinet-Maker's Director: Being a large £2,000 - £3,000
138 Literature. 'A Catalogue and Index of Old Furniture and Works of Decorative Art From late Sixteenth £300 - £400
139 Literature. A quantity of books relating to antique furniture £150 - £200
140 Literature. A small quantity of books relating to antique furniture £200 - £300
141 Literature. A small quantity of books relating to antique furniture £200 - £300
142 A George III mahogany and marquetry bonheur-du-jour in the manner of Mayhew & Ince £1,000 - £1,500
143 A Victorian brass lion's paw doorstop £100 - £150
144 An early 19th century brass doorstop £100 - £150
145 A Victorian brass doorstop £100 - £150
146 A Victorian brass lion's paw doorstop £100 - £150
147 A Victorian black painted cast iron doorstop £100 - £150
148 A pair of Victorian painted cast iron doorstops of Punch and Judy £100 - £200
149 A brass and steel fire-grate in George III style £200 - £300
150 A steel fire-grate in George III style £400 - £600
151 A matched set of three 19th century steel fire irons £400 - £600
152 A Victorian hammered copper shell shape coal scuttle £150 - £250
153 A Victorian basket fire-grate £150 - £250
154 A Victorian black painted cast iron model of a lion £100 - £150
155 Two brass cylindrical planters £80 - £120
156 A Dutch copper grape carrier £200 - £300
157 A Victorian white painted cast iron stick / umbrella stand £150 - £250
158 A Victorian copper log bin £100 - £200
159 A Dutch teak and brass bound bucket £80 - £120
160 After a design by Sir Edward Lutyens. A pair of teak garden benches by Robin Eden £300 - £400
161 A large terracotta amphora garden urn £300 - £500
162 A pair of green painted metal garden obelisks £100 - £200
163 A pair of blue painted wire-work garden chairs £150 - £250
164 An early 20th century bronze garden six-light candelabra £300 - £500
165 Two theatre costume wicker baskets £200 - £300
166 A pair of lead ogee shape planters £200 - £300
167 A pair of wicker log baskets £200 - £300
168 A George III ebonised repeating bracket clock by John Day of London £2,000 - £3,000
169 A George III Cornish oak longcase clock by Benjamin Andrews of St. Austell £300 - £500
170 A mid-18th century oak longcase clock by Thomas Bevan of Marlborough £1,000 - £1,500
171 An early 19th century mahogany longcase clock by Stubington of Gosport £300 - £500
172 An early Victorian gilt brass desk thermometer and aneroid barometer by Dollond of London £150 - £250
173 A George III mahogany stick barometer by Fasana of Bath £300 - £500
174 A George IV gilt and patinated bronze table thermometer by Salt £80 - £120
175 A Campbell-Stokes sunshine recorder by Negretti and Zambra £250 - £350
176 A French brass cased carriage clock £150 - £200
177 A French brass cased carriage clock £150 - £200
178 A French gilt brass repeating carriage clock £150 - £200
179 Two small French brass cased carriage clocks £150 - £250
180 λ A late 19th century French ebonised mantel clock by Brocot £300 - £500
181 A French four-glass mantel clock £200 - £300
182 A late 19th century French onyx mantel clock £150 - £250
183 A Victorian lacquered brass monocular microscope by Baker £150 - £250
184 A French mahogany side cabinet in Louis XVI style £2,000 - £3,000
185 A pair of French kingwood bombe shape tables en chiffoniere in Louis XV style £1,500 - £2,000
186 A French demi-lune mahogany console desserte in Directoire style £500 - £800
187 A French Empire style beechwood bergere £150 - £200
188 A French walnut and parcel gilt fauteuil in Louis XVI style £100 - £150
189 A French giltwood bergere armchair in Louis XV style £250 - £350
190 A French giltwood fauteuil in Louis XVI style £100 - £150
191 A mid-19th century French mahogany tall chest £500 - £700
192 A pair of French giltwood side chairs in Louis XV style £500 - £700
193 A pair of French painted wood bergere armchairs in Louis XVI style £500 - £800
194 A pair of Italian walnut console tables £1,000 - £1,500
195 A pair of 18th century continental yew wood stools £600 - £800
196 A pair of ebonised and giltwood stools in Louis XV style £400 - £600
197 A pair of large 19th century French carved wood models of pacing lions £800 - £1,200
198 A pair of 19th century French ormolu curtain tie-backs £100 - £150
199 A French stool in Louis XVI style attributed to Maison Jansen £600 - £800
200 λ Two similar late 19th century Austrian Viennese carved ivory and silver mounted figures £2,000 - £3,000
201 λ A 19th century ivory seal £80 - £120
202 λ Great Exhibition interest. A Victorian ivory paper knife £100 - £150
203 λ A 19th century ivory snuff box £100 - £150
204 λ A pair of French Dieppe ivory figures of Flora and Prudence £1,500 - £2,500
205 λ A French Dieppe ivory figure of Flora £500 - £800
206 λ An Art Deco carved ivory figure of a naked young lady in the manner of Ferdinand Preiss £200 - £300
207 λ An Art Deco carved ivory group of a cherub riding a ram in the manner of Ferdinand Preiss £150 - £250
208 λ Three French Dieppe carved ivory figures of the 'Four Seasons' £150 - £250
209 λ A pair of French Dieppe ivory figures of Night and Day after Jean-Jacques Pradier £2,000 - £3,000
210 An early 19th century French prisoner of war straw-work picture £500 - £700
211 A Napoleonic prisoner of war straw-work jewellery / sewing box £100 - £200
212 A Napoleonic prisoner of war straw-work vanity box in the form of a book £200 - £300
213 A Napoleonic prisoner of war straw-work games box £150 - £250
214 An early 19th century French prisoner of war bone games box £100 - £150
215 λ A Victorian carved bone model of a lighthouse £100 - £150
216 An early 19th century French prisoner of war bone games box £100 - £150
217 A 19th century sailor's scrimshaw whalebone stay busk £200 - £300
218 An early 19th century French prisoner of war bone Calvary model £200 - £300
219 An early 19th century French prisoner of war bone games box £150 - £200
220 An early 19th century French prisoner of war bone games box £150 - £200
221 A harlequin set of eight copper haystack navy rum measures £400 - £600
222 λ A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood work box £250 - £350
223 A Victorian sailor's woolwork picture £200 - £300
224 A late 19th century Japanese silkwork embroidered picture for the American market £200 - £300
225 λ A Victorian sailor's woolwork picture of a paddle-wheel steam ship £500 - £800
226 American Civil War interest. An interesting American bale of cotton sample £500 - £700
227 Thomas H. Willis (American 1875-1925). An early 20th century mixed media silk and oil on canvas £200 - £300
228 A Victorian painted wood ship diorama £200 - £300
229 A model boat 'Vulcano' £150 - £250
230 A late Victorian wooden half block model boat £400 - £600
231 A painted wood pond yacht £100 - £200
232 French revolution interest. A late 18th century French painted tortoiseshell snuff box £150 - £250
233 An unusual wax seal collage picture £400 - £600
234 A Napoleon III ormolu and blue guilloche enamel jewellery casket in Louis XIV style £300 - £500
235 A 19th century Bohemian ruby glass tea chest £200 - £300
236 A pair of continental porcelain figures £80 - £120
237 An 18th century French carved limewood wall bracket £800 - £1,200
238 A late 19th century French kingwood serpentine table jardiniere £300 - £500
239 A pair of painted pine pedestals in Empire style £2,000 - £3,000
240 λ A Swedish kingwood bombe serpentine commode £300 - £500
241 A late 19th century Austrian limewood diorama by Joseph Graber £200 - £300
242 λ A Dutch ebonised and tortoiseshell wall mirror in 17th century style £100 - £150
243 A 19th century cast iron jardiniere stand in the manner of Zimmerman £100 - £150
244 A 19th century Dutch walnut and marquetry hanging display cabinet £150 - £200
245 A pair of 18th century and later continental painted and carved wood console tables in Baroque style £3,000 - £4,000
246 An Italian walnut desk in 18th century style £300 - £500
247 A pair of Italian walnut open armchairs in Renaissance style £400 - £600
248 λ A 19th century Italian ebonised and ivory casket £150 - £200
249 A flight of 19th century Italian walnut bed-steps £300 - £500
250 An Italian Florentine giltwood wall mirror in Baroque style £300 - £500
251 A late 18th century Italian Piedmontese walnut console table £1,000 - £1,500
252 A late 19th century Italian Florentine pietra dura oval plaque £150 - £250
253 A late 19th century Italian Florentine pietra dura plaque £200 - £300
254 A late 19th century Italian Florentine gilt brass and pietra dura jewellery casket £400 - £600
255 Two late 19th century Italian pietra dura paperweights £100 - £150
256 A late 19th century Italian Florentine pietra dura centre table by H. Bosi £500 - £800
257 A pair of Italian walnut Neo-classical side chairs £300 - £500
258 A 19th century Italian Venetian carved pine blackamoor stool £500 - £700
259 An Italian Venetian wall mirror £200 - £300
260 An Italian Venetian wall mirror £200 - £300
261 A 19th century boxwood and ebonised canape £600 - £800
262 A pair of 19th century gilt and patinated bronze figural candelabra £2,000 - £3,000
263 A pair of Empire style gilt and patinated bronze three-light wall appliques £3,000 - £4,000
264 A pair of continental giltwood twin-light wall appliques in Regence style £400 - £600
265 A late 19th century French tole peinte table lamp £150 - £250
266 A brass Corinthian column standard lamp £300 - £500
267 A silver plated Corinthian column table lamp £100 - £150
268 A brass hall lantern £200 - £300
269 A pair of white marble and ormolu cassolettes in Louis XVI style £500 - £800
270 A pair of George III style candlesticks £200 - £300
271 A pair of William IV cut-glass and gilt bronze three-light candelabra £400 - £600
272 A pair of gilt brass and glass six-light chandeliers £800 - £1,200
273 A pair of French ormolu twin-light wall appliques in Louis XVI style £150 - £250
274 A pair of French ormolu wall lights in Louis XVI style £400 - £600
275 A pair of late 19th century French ormolu wall lights £300 - £500
276 A pair of glass and gilt brass table lamps in George III style £300 - £500
277 A pair of gilt and patinated bronze figural candlesticks in Regency style £300 - £500
278 A 19th century Mason's Ironstone lamp base £800 - £1,200
279 A famille verte porcelain table lamp £800 - £1,200
280 A Chinese Canton porcelain bottle vase table lamp £500 - £800
281 A pair of late 19th century Chinese cloisonne table lamps £800 - £1,200
282 A mid-19th century Chinese export black lacquer games box £300 - £500
283 A 19th century Chinese Canton lacquered bonheur-du-jour £600 - £800
284 A collection of 19th century Chinese carved mother of pearl gaming counters £30 - £50
285 A Chinese hardwood writing box £2,000 - £3,000
286 A large pair of Chinese blue and white porcelain bottle vases £500 - £800
287 Three South-East Asian ovoid pottery storage jars £400 - £600
288 A Chinese walnut centre table £500 - £800
289 Two Chinese / Tibetan wooden saddles £500 - £700
290 A Chinese camphorwood trunk £200 - £300
291 A 19th century Chinese green leather and camphorwood trunk £300 - £400
292 A Dutch colonial hardwood and brass mounted chest on stand £300 - £500
293 A 19th century camphorwood and brass mounted trunk £400 - £600
294 A 19th century colonial teak and brass mounted trunk £500 - £700
295 λ An early 19th century Anglo-Ceylonese rosewood and brass mounted dresser £2,000 - £3,000
296 An Indian carved hardwood 'X' frame stool £100 - £150
297 A carved coconut cup £100 - £200
298 A mid-19th century Anglo-Indian ebony display cabinet on stand £4,000 - £6,000
299 A pair of ebony settees in Regency style £1,000 - £1,500
300 λ An Anglo-Indian hardwood writing box £500 - £800
301 λ A 19th century Anglo-Indian sandalwood and ivory box £150 - £250
302 λ An Anglo-Indian hardwood box £300 - £400
303 A late 19th century Moorish walnut octagonal occasional table £100 - £150
304 λ An Anglo-Indian hardwood octagonal occasional table £200 - £300
305 λ An Anglo-Indian hardwood octagonal occasional table £150 - £250
306 λ An Anglo-Indian hardwood octagonal occasional table £200 - £300
307 An Indian brass charger £100 - £200
308 A Japanese bronze jardinier or censer £200 - £300
309 λ A Japanese ivory pot and cover £200 - £300
310 A Nepalese rickshaw £800 - £1,200
311 A Sufi Dervish Coco de Mer begging bowl or kashkul £200 - £300
312 λ An 18th century Ottoman tortoiseshell and mother of pearl casket £2,000 - £3,000
313 A Mahal carpet £300 - £500
314 A Kurdish rug £80 - £120
315 A rug £80 - £120
316 A Qashqai rug £500 - £800
317 An unusual Turkish Ushak carpet £500 - £800
318 A Kirman carpet £200 - £300
319 Three Turkmen chuval faces £200 - £300
320 A Turkmen Ersari carpet £100 - £200
321 A runner £100 - £150
322 A Kazak Lori-Pambak rug £200 - £300
323 A Shirvan-Baku long rug £400 - £600
324 A pair of Isfahan prayer rugs £800 - £1,200
325 λ A Regency rosewood and brass inlaid secretaire chiffonier £800 - £1,200
326 A Regency mahogany and brass inlaid writing table £600 - £800
327 λ A George IV rosewood Canterbury of country house proportions £2,000 - £3,000
328 A Regency mahogany sideboard £400 - £600
329 A George IV mahogany card table £200 - £300
330 A flight of Regency mahogany bed steps £300 - £400
331 A Regency Scottish mahogany breakfront sideboard £500 - £800
332 An early 19th century mahogany three-tier whatnot £300 - £400
333 A flight of early 19th century mahogany bedsteps £300 - £500
334 λ A Regency rosewood and brass mounted Canterbury £300 - £500
335 A George IV mahogany wine cooler £300 - £400
336 A George IV mahogany library Davenport type desk £200 - £300
337 A mahogany and brass bound oval wine cooler on stand £400 - £600
338 λ A Regency rosewood and brass mounted writing table £6,000 - £8,000
339 λ A Regency mahogany sofa £300 - £500
340 A Regency mahogany reading table £100 - £150
341 λ A William IV rosewood breakfast table £400 - £600
342 A William IV mahogany and brass mounted scroll end sofa in the manner of Thomas King £400 - £600
343 A 19th century mahogany child's correction chair £100 - £150
344 A George IV goncalo alves breakfast table attributed to Gillows £2,000 - £3,000
345 An early 19th century mahogany extending dining table £300 - £500
346 A 19th century mahogany butler's tray £100 - £200
347 λ A late George III rosewood side cabinet £200 - £300
348 A William IV mahogany chiffonier £150 - £250
349 λ A Regency rosewood breakfront side cabinet £2,000 - £3,000
350 A Regency mahogany 'curule' open armchair in Thomas Hope style £100 - £200
351 λ A Regency mahogany bedside cupboard by Gillows £400 - £600
352 A Victorian walnut gentleman's wardrobe by Gillows £800 - £1,200
353 A Regency mahogany sofa table £200 - £400
354 A Regency mahogany bowfront chest £200 - £300
355 A George IV mahogany gentleman's wardrobe in the manner of Gillows £1,000 - £1,500
356 An early 19th century mahogany twin pedestal partner's desk £400 - £600
357 A Regency mahogany sofa table £300 - £500
358 λ An early Victorian rosewood and brass mounted apothecary's box £200 - £300
359 Two George III mahogany knife boxes £200 - £300
360 A late George III mahogany tea caddy £80 - £120
361 λ Two Regency burr yew tea caddies £150 - £200
362 λ An early 19th century tortoiseshell tea caddy £2,000 - £3,000
363 λ A George III tortoiseshell and ivory tea caddy £1,500 - £2,000
364 λ An early Victorian tortoiseshell tea caddy £400 - £600
365 λ A 19th century ebony and boulle marquetry inkstand in the manner of George Bullock £300 - £400
366 A William IV rosewood and brass marquetry sarcophagus sewing box £300 - £500
367 λ A pair of Regency penwork hand-screens £80 - £120
368 A George III Welsh Pontypool japanned tole coffee pot £700 - £900
369 A Regency black japanned tole chestnut urn and cover £100 - £150
370 A pair of George III blue john urns £300 - £500
371 A late George III blue john urn £200 - £300
372 A blue john urn £100 - £150
373 Two early 19th century reverse glass silhouette pictures £150 - £200
374 A small collection of 19th century portrait silhouettes £150 - £250
375 λ John Hayter RA (1800-1895). A portrait miniature on ivory of Hon. Miss Calder £100 - £150
376 A pair of early 19th century plaster portrait relief busts of gentlemen £200 - £300
377 A Regency Scottish mahogany table jardiniere stand by James Mein of Kelso £400 - £600
378 A Regency Scottish mahogany wine decanter coaster attributed to James Mein of Kelso £1,000 - £1,500
379 A set of three George III reverse glass hunting prints £100 - £150
380 Five reverse glass prints £400 - £600
381 A pair of George III silk and hair-work pictures by Sue Jones £100 - £200
382 A giltwood convex wall mirror in Regency style £200 - £300
383 A Regency giltwood and verre eglomise pier mirror £500 - £700
384 A William IV giltwood pier mirror £200 - £300
385 An early Victorian giltwood landscape overmantel mirror £300 - £500
386 A William IV giltwood landscape overmantel mirror £200 - £400
387 λ A Regency rosewood dressing table mirror £80 - £120
388 A William IV mahogany dressing table mirror in the manner of Gillows £100 - £200
389 A George IV mahogany extending dining table £300 - £500
390 A pair of brass two-tier etageres £2,000 - £3,000
391 λ A Regency rosewood console table £800 - £1,200
392 A Regency giltwood and ebonised armchair in the manner of Henry Holland £1,500 - £2,000
393 A mahogany architectural breakfront bookcase £800 - £1,200
394 An early 19th century mahogany child's see-saw £800 - £1,200
395 A Regency mahogany three-tier buffet trolley £400 - £600
396 λ A pair of Regency rosewood card tables £3,000 - £5,000
397 A quartz crystal and mineral specimen group £300 - £500
398 A fossilised mammoth tooth (Mammuthus primigenius) £100 - £200
399 λ A collection of minerals £400 - £600
400 A Thor's croquet set by Slazenger £200 - £300
401 A quoits game £80 - £120
402 An early 20th century table croquet game by Ayres £200 - £300
403 A late Victorian walnut and brass mounted ball game by John Harrop £600 - £800
404 A part Coco de Mer (Lodoicea Maldivica) £100 - £150
405 λ Taxidermy. A preserved Green Turtle (Chelonia Mydas) £200 - £300
406 A late Victorian Indian elephant's foot box £150 - £250
407 A George V Irish carved and painted wood half block model of a trout £500 - £800
408 A late Victorian oak bookmaker's rostrum £600 - £800
409 A pair of cast iron horse tethers £300 - £400
410 A pair of Victorian cast iron and wood saddle racks £500 - £800
411 An unusual late Victorian taxidermy model of a fallow deer £150 - £200
412 A late 19th century Black Forest carved wood and antler coat and hat rack £200 - £300
413 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved group of three short eared owls by R. P. Nichols of £150 - £250
414 Taxidermy. An Edwardian Irish preserved group of a pair of Arctic terns with chicks by Williams of £400 - £600
415 Taxidermy. An Edwardian preserved group of three birds attributed to William Macleay of Inverness £300 - £400
416 Taxidermy. A late Victorian Scottish preserved mixed group of thirteen birds of prey by William £800 - £1,200
417 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved pair of avocets by T. M. Williams of London £200 - £300
418 Taxidermy. A late Victorian pair of preserved wigeon ducks £200 - £300
419 Taxidermy. An early 20th century preserved pair of mallard ducks £250 - £350
420 Taxidermy. An early 20th century preserved group of a pair of mandarin ducks by Edward Fortnum of £150 - £200
421 Taxidermy. An Edwardian preserved group of seven birds in the manner of Edward Fortnum of Leighton £200 - £300
422 Taxidermy. A pair of preserved kingfishers £200 - £300
423 Taxidermy. An Edwardian preserved group of eight sea birds £500 - £700
424 Taxidermy. A preserved water rail £100 - £150
425 Taxidermy. An Edwardian preserved heron and woodcock group by Hutchings of Aberystwyth £300 - £400
426 Taxidermy. A modern preserved water rail £150 - £250
427 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved little grebe £100 - £150
428 Taxidermy. A preserved ruff £150 - £250
429 Taxidermy. A rare Victorian preserved pelican by T. E. Gunn of Norwich £3,000 - £5,000
430 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved great crested grebe £200 - £300
431 Taxidermy. A Victorian preserved green woodpecker by Shopland & Son of Torquay £200 - £300
432 Taxidermy. A preserved Cornish chough by Rowland Ward of London £300 - £400
433 Taxidermy. An early 20th century preserved male pheasant attributed to Rowland Ward of London £200 - £300
434 Taxidermy. A Victorian preserved group of two long tailed tits attributed to G. W. Quatremain £300 - £500
435 Taxidermy. A preserved plover chick £150 - £200
436 Taxidermy. A Victorian preserved green woodpecker £150 - £200
437 Taxidermy. A modern preserved pair of jays £200 - £300
438 Taxidermy. A preserved buzzard £200 - £300
439 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved tawny owl by E. Allen & Co. of York £200 - £300
440 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved male peregrin falcon by W. Behenna of St Austell £150 - £250
441 Taxidermy. A Victorian preserved barn owl by W. Lowne of Great Yarmouth £200 - £300
442 Taxidermy. An Edwardian preserved group of a pair of sparrow hawks by Hutchings of Aberystwyth £400 - £600
443 Taxidermy. An Edwardian preserved pair of kestrels by Lewis Hutton of Bristol £300 - £400
444 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved group of fourteen birds by Jefferies of Carmarthen £400 - £600
445 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved group of five birds by J. Cooper of London £300 - £500
446 Taxidermy. A modern preserved barred owl £300 - £400
447 Taxidermy. A late Victorian Cornish preserved male sparrow hawk by W. H. Rowe of Madron £100 - £150
448 Taxidermy. An Edwardian preserved pair of golden pheasants by T. Turner of Attleborough £200 - £300
449 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved group of two tropical birds by A. O. Foot of Bath £100 - £150
450 Taxidermy. A preserved galah cockatoo £200 - £300
451 Taxidermy. A preserved blue fronted amazon parrot £200 - £300
452 Taxidermy. An Edwardian preserved pair of turacos by George Butt of London £200 - £300
453 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved pair of polecats by Hutchings of Aberystwyth £300 - £500
454 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved otter by S. King of Hereford £150 - £200
455 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved badger cub by Hutchings of Aberystwyth £300 - £400
456 NO LOT.
457 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved Indian sun or sloth bear head mount by James Gardner of London £500 - £800
458 Taxidermy. A George V preserved fox head by Peter Spicer & Sons of Leamington £200 - £300
459 Taxidermy. A George V preserved red deer stag hoof by Peter Spicer & Sons of Leamington £100 - £150
460 Taxidermy. A preserved Asian fox head £100 - £150
461 Taxidermy. A preserved European racoon dog head £100 - £150
462 Taxidermy. A preserved cape buffalo head by Rowland Ward of London £400 - £600
463 Taxidermy interest. A late Victorian Rowland Ward printed sale invoice £80 - £120
464 Taxidermy. A George V preserved gerenuk head by Edward Gerrard & Sons of London £300 - £400
465 Taxidermy. A preserved pair of sable antelope horns £150 - £200
466 Taxidermy. A pair of George V warthog tusks by Rowland Ward of London £80 - £120
467 Taxidermy. A preserved waterbuck skull and horn mount £100 - £150
468 Taxidermy. A preserved roe deer head by Peter Spicer of Leamington £200 - £300
469 Taxidermy. A George V preserved brown blesbok head by Rowland Ward of London £200 - £300
470 Taxidermy. A George V preserved bushbuck head by Rowland Ward of London £200 - £300
471 Taxidermy. A pair of preserved oribi and diyka antelope heads by Rowland Ward of London £100 - £150
472 Taxidermy. A preserved didactic dog fish head by Gerrard & Co. of London £150 - £200
473 Taxidermy. A late Victorian preserved roach by W. F. Homer of London £300 - £400
474 Taxidermy. An Edwardian preserved roach by Leonard C. Harwood of Hammersmith £150 - £200
475 Taxidermy. A preserved pike by Trenaman of London £150 - £250
476 After the antique. A pair of late 19th century French gilt and patinated bronze models of the £400 - £600
477 A pair of Louis Philippe bronze and Siena marble tazze £400 - £600
478 After the antique. A late 19th century bronze model of the Warwick vase £500 - £800
479 A pair of Louis Philippe bronze and Siena marble tazze £300 - £500
480 After the antique. A late 19th century Italian marble Grand Tour model of the crouching Venus £800 - £1,200
481 After the antique. A 19th century Italian bronze figure of the Dancing Faun of Pompeii £300 - £500
482 After the antique. A plaster bust of man with a pained expression £100 - £200
483 After the antique. A 19th century Italian bronze Grand Tour figure of Narcissus £400 - £600
484 After the antique. An 18th century Italian bronze Grand Tour figure of the Farnese Hercules £800 - £1,200
485 After the antique. An Italian carved alabaster model of the Medici Lion £100 - £150
486 After the antique. A 19th century Italian bronze Grand Tour model of the Capitoline Dying Gaul £200 - £300
487 Six 'Grand Tour' engravings of antique sculpture: comprising: 'Gladiator Pugnans ex Villa Borghesia' £200 - £300
488 An Italian mottled red marble Grand Tour tazza £200 - £300
489 A late 19th century Italian green serpentine pedestal £150 - £250
490 An Italian green serpentine Grand Tour style tazza £150 - £250
491 A pair of 19th century Italian marble 'Grand Tour' obelisks £600 - £800
492 An Italian green and white marble Grand Tour model of a column £300 - £500
493 A pair of red breccia marble 'Grand Tour' models of obelisks £300 - £500
494 A late 19th century Italian marble Grand Tour portrait bust of Michelangelo by the workshop of £100 - £150
495 λ A 19th century Italian ivory Grand Tour portrait bust of the Roman Emperor Caracalla £200 - £300
496 A late 19th century Italian pietra dura 'Grand Tour' games table top £300 - £400
497 A late 19th century Italian Roman specimen marble and micromosaic Grand Tour plaque or table top £800 - £1,200
498 A late 19th century Italian micromosaic Grand Tour paperweight £500 - £700
499 A late 19th century Italian micromosaic Grand Tour paperweight £500 - £700
500 A pair of French gilt and patinated bronze urns in Empire style £200 - £300
501 A pair of Louis Philippe bronze and Siena marble tazze £400 - £600
502 A pair of late 19th century gilt and patinated bronze urns and covers £200 - £300
503 A pair of Italian marble models of lions attributed to Francesco Bertos £500 - £800
504 A 19th century bronze model of a sphinx £200 - £300
505 A pair of late 19th century French black marble Egyptian revival tazze £300 - £500
506 Nine Italian carved shell classical cameos £300 - £400
507 After Giambologna (Flemish 1529-1608). An early 19th century bronze figure of Mercury £800 - £1,200
508 After Guillaume Cousteau (French 1677-1746). A large pair of 19th century bronze Marly horse groups £2,000 - £3,000
509 After Philippe Poitevin (French 1831-1907). A pair of gilt and silvered spelter figures of 'Don £500 - £800
510 Two 19th century bronze figures of classical maidens £300 - £500
511 Two 19th century German bronze busts £600 - £1,000
512 A French bronze animalier group of a greyhound £400 - £600
513 After Auguste Nicolas Cain (French 1822-1894). An early 20th century animalier bronze spill holder £200 - £300
514 A late 19th century Austrian cold painted bronze tray £200 - £300
515 An early 20th century Austrian cold painted bronze and onyx desk stand £100 - £150
516 ‡Demetre H. Chiparus (Romanian 1888-1950). An Art Deco gilt and silvered spelter group of three £200 - £300
517 An Austrian cold painted bronze group of five budgerigars £200 - £300
518 A cold painted metal orientalist table lighter £100 - £150
519 A Regency mahogany linen press £500 - £700
520 An early 19th century mahogany chest £80 - £120
521 λ A William IV rosewood breakfast table £300 - £500
522 An early Victorian mahogany dining table £500 - £1,000
523 A set of eight Sheraton style mahogany dining chairs £400 - £600
524 An early Victorian walnut library table £400 - £600
525 λ A Victorian rosewood loo table £100 - £200
526 A set of six mahogany dining chairs in Hepplewhite style £200 - £300
527 λ An early Victorian rosewood ottoman £100 - £150
528 A matched pair of mahogany bookcases in Regency style £600 - £800
529 λ A Victorian burr oak and ebonised twin pedestal partner's desk £400 - £600
530 A walnut card table in George II style £100 - £200
531 A mahogany tripod table £100 - £150
532 A mahogany urn stand in Chinese Chippendale style £100 - £150
533 A black and gilt painted two-tier occasional table £100 - £150
534 A Victorian and later mahogany campaign dining table £800 - £1,200
535 A Victorian mahogany campaign table top writing cabinet £300 - £500
536 A George IV mahogany campaign chest £800 - £1,200
537 A 19th century mahogany and brass bound campaign box £80 - £120
538 λ A Victorian Tunbridge ware and rosewood box £200 - £300
539 A late Victorian walnut hanging cupboard £80 - £120
540 A Victorian kingwood and burr walnut casket £200 - £300
541 A Victorian coromandel and gilt brass mounted decanter case by George Betjemann & Sons £800 - £1,200
542 An early Victorian ebony writing slope in the manner of John Turrill £500 - £700
543 A Victorian red leather letter box £300 - £400
544 A small collection of corkscrews £200 - £300
545 A chrome plated eight tool folding bow £100 - £150
546 A French silver plated lever champagne tap by E. Geraut £100 - £150
547 A late 19th century champagne pressure gauge by Hayward Tyler & Co. £200 - £300
548 An early 19th century steel two-column corkscrew £200 - £300
549 A 19th century brass Cope and Cutler rack corkscrew £200 - £300
550 λ A Lund's Queen's Patent corkscrew £2,000 - £3,000
551 A Charles Hull 1864 Patent Royal Club single lever corkscrew £1,500 - £2,000
552 λ An early 20th century lady's silk parasol by Paragon £150 - £250
553 A late Victorian walking cane £100 - £150
554 A modern sterling silver mounted walking cane by Comyns £150 - £250
555 A vintage tan leather suitcase £200 - £300
556 An early 20th century velvet and mohair golliwog doll £80 - £120
557 A pair of Victorian steel scissors by Joseph Cousins £150 - £200
558 Two pairs of Victorian steel tailor's shears by Joseph Cousins £100 - £150
559 A pair of Victorian steel scissors by Joseph Cousins £150 - £200
560 Three pairs of Victorian steel scissors by Joseph Cousins £100 - £150
561 An ebonised wood stand £100 - £200
562 A pair of Victorian Cornish serpentine urns £200 - £300
563 A Staffordshire earthenware pottery jardiniere in the form of a swan £200 - £300
564 A pair of Victorian silver plated table stands in Neo-classical style £300 - £400
565 A Victorian cut-glass and gilt bronze mounted bowl by Osler £800 - £1,200
566 Two similar late 19th century French gilt bronze salts £200 - £300
567 A William and Mary style oak three seater settee £100 - £200
568 A walnut kneehole desk in William & Mary style £300 - £500
569 A set of twelve mahogany dining chairs £500 - £800
570 A Victorian ebonised and porcelain mounted bonheur-du-jour £3,000 - £4,000
571 A Victorian giltwood and gesso girandole mirror £200 - £300
572 A Victorian walnut twin pedestal desk £700 - £900
573 A Victorian mahogany cylinder pedestal desk £400 - £600
574 A giltwood and verre eglomise pier mirror in Regency style £100 - £150
575 A 19th century giltwood pier mirror £150 - £250
576 A Victorian gilt and polychrome decorated overmantel mirror £200 - £300
577 A giltwood overmantel mirror in George III style £800 - £1,200
578 A Victorian giltwood wall mirror in Chippendale style £600 - £800
579 A Victorian mahogany desk £500 - £800
580 A 19th century Irish ebonised and gilt oval wall mirror £500 - £700
581 A pair of 19th century mahogany stools £150 - £200
582 A Victorian giltwood fan shaped mirror £200 - £300
583 A pair of Edwardian Sheraton revival satinwood concave side cabinets £600 - £1,000
584 λ A late Victorian mahogany and brass inlaid open armchair £300 - £500
585 A Victorian mahogany and marquetry open bookcase £1,500 - £2,000
586 A late Victorian mahogany and brass mounted Neo-classical style pedestal £200 - £300
587 A Sheraton Revival satinwood bijouterie table £200 - £300
588 A painted open armchair in George III style £100 - £150
589 A Victorian gilt composition jardiniere stand in Adam style £100 - £200
590 A pair of late Victorian mahogany and marquetry kidney shaped occasional tables £1,000 - £1,500
591 A pair of satinwood and marquetry demi-lune console tables in George III style £2,000 - £3,000
592 Golfing interest. A rare 19th century Dutch painted wood dummy board £400 - £600
593 A painted wood dummy board in the form of a Hussar soldier £300 - £400
594 A novelty trompe l'oeil painted wood table £100 - £150
595 A late Victorian ebonised faux bamboo planter by Howard & Sons £200 - £300
596 A late Victorian oak plan chest £300 - £400
597 A pair of Victorian pine pot cupboards £200 - £300
598 A Victorian oak country house hall stand £300 - £500
599 A Victorian ebonised and brass optician's mirror £300 - £400
600 An Arts and Crafts stained glass rondel £100 - £150
601 A pair of studded leather wing armchairs in George III style £1,500 - £2,000
602 A late Victorian easy armchair in Howard style £100 - £150
603 A late Victorian leather club armchair in Howard style £300 - £400