Sale: Furniture, Works of Art and Clocks

Wednesday 3rd July 2019 10:00AM

706 lots in this sale

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

Lot Description Estimate Hammer
1 A pair of Charles I oak joint stools attributed to Salisbury £2,000 - £3,000
2 A rare mid-17th century yew joint stool £1,500 - £2,000
3 A small early 17th century oak boarded coffer £300 - £500
4 An oak panelled back open armchair in 17th century style £300 - £500
5 A small early 17th century oak boarded coffer £300 - £500
6 A 17th century oak joint stool £300 - £500
7 An Elizabeth I oak boarded coffer £2,000 - £3,000
8 A rare Charles I oak joint stool £2,000 - £3,000
9 A pair of 18th century ash and elm country side chairs £150 - £200
10 An early 19th century Lancashire fruitwood and beech child's chair £150 - £200
11 A pair of early 19th century yew side chairs in the manner of Prior £200 - £300
12 Four brass miniature models of Windsor armchairs £50 - £100
13 A mid-18th century and later yew Windsor armchair attributed to John Pitt £800 - £1,200
14 A pair of scalloped pewter plates £150 - £250
15 An 18th century pewter gallon baluster measure £100 - £200
16 A George III Scottish horn and silver mounted spoon £100 - £150
17 A small collection of pewter £150 - £250
18 A set of six early 19th century yew Windsor armchairs by Robert Prior £2,000 - £3,000
19 A matched pair of yew high back Windsor armchairs in the manner of Robert Prior £500 - £800
20 An 18th century brass and steel flintlock tinder pistol lighter £100 - £150
21 A George III brass wax jack £80 - £120
22 An 18th century wrought iron rushnip and candle holder £300 - £500
23 A pair of Dutch sheet brass wall sconces £150 - £250
24 A pair of George II brass candlesticks by George Grove £150 - £250
25 A pair of George II candlesticks £150 - £250
26 A pair of George II brass tapersticks £100 - £150
27 Two pairs of George II brass candlesticks £100 - £200
28 A pair of George II brass candlesticks by George Grove £150 - £250
29 Two pairs of George II brass candlesticks £100 - £200
30 Two similar James II brass warming pans £500 - £800
31 A Charles II brass warming pan £300 - £400
32 A 17th century Dutch brass warming pan £300 - £500
33 A Victorian brass model of a recumbent lion £200 - £300
34 A 17th century Dutch brass warming pan £200 - £300
35 A Charles II brass warming pan £200 - £300
36 A large pair of George III brass bellows £80 - £120
37 Six brass dairy skimmers £100 - £150
38 Three brass chestnut roasters £100 - £150
39 A pair of George III brass ember tongs £100 - £150
40 A treen fruitwood tea caddy in the form of a pear £500 - £800
41 A treen fruitwood tea caddy in the form of an apple £500 - £800
42 A treen fruitwood tea caddy in the form of a pear £500 - £800
43 λ A near pair of George III ivory tea caddies £1,000 - £1,500
44 A George III harewood octagonal tea caddy £300 - £500
45 Two 18th century coconut cups £300 - £400
46 Two Victorian carved wood poodle heads £100 - £150
47 λ  A large and rare 19th century treen fruitwood table snuff shoe £500 - £800
48 A small collection of treen £150 - £200
49 A near pair of early 19th century treen snuff shoes £400 - £600
50 A graduated set of seven bronze tankard measures £150 - £200
51 A matched set of six copper tankard measures by Loftus £100 - £200
52 A harlequin set of twelve graduated copper haystack measures £150 - £200
53 Eight copper measures £100 - £150
54 A set of five Victorian brass and copper imperial measures £100 - £150
55 Four bronze measures £150 - £200
56 A harlequin set of nine copper navy rum or grog measures £200 - £300
57 A George III elm box stool £300 - £500
58 A 19th century primitive ash dairy stool £100 - £150
59 A dug-out burr elm wood vessel £150 - £250
60 A late George III burr elm tripod table £800 - £1,200
61 A primitive burr wood table £200 - £300
62 Circle of Henry Stacy Marks RA (1829-1898). A painting of a lake view £200 - £300
63 Continental School (early 19th century). A painting of a flower girl £100 - £150
64 English School (19th century). A painting of a chicken with her chicks £150 - £200
65 English School (19th century). A painting of a spaniel £100 - £150
66 λ English School (19th century). A pair of naive paintings of King Charles spaniels £500 - £800
67 English School (19th century). A naive painting of a farmyard scene £200 - £300
68 A William and Mary olivewood oyster veneered chest £3,000 - £5,000
69 A William and Mary and later prince's wood and walnut side table £400 - £600
70 A pair of turned oak candlestands £100 - £150
71 An early 18th century walnut candlestand £400 - £600
72 A pair of George I walnut wing armchairs £3,000 - £5,000
73 A George I walnut bureau £800 - £1,200
74 A walnut lowboy in George II style £400 - £600
75 An early 18th century and later walnut bachelor's chest £500 - £800
76 A continental leather four fold screen £300 - £500
77 A pair of George II walnut side chairs £1,000 - £1,500
78 A George II walnut dressing table mirror £300 - £500
79 A George II mahogany tripod table £300 - £400
80 A George II oak demi-lune tea table £300 - £400
81 A pair of George III satinwood and painted card tables in the manner of Seddon £6,000 - £8,000
82 An early 19th century French bronze Grand Tour inkwell £150 - £250
83 A pair of Regency bronze candlesticks £100 - £150
84 Two 16th century carved walnut figural terms £100 - £200
85 A Charles II bronze mortar £100 - £150
86 A Regency mahogany and brass bound wine bottle holder / cooler £200 - £300
87 A tôle peinte wine bottle carrier in Regency style £50 - £100
88 A pair of early 19th century mahogany and brass bound wine bottle holders £300 - £400
89 Two pairs of Regency papier-mâché wine coasters £200 - £300
90 A large early Victorian brass doorstop £150 - £250
91 An early 19th century brass bucket or pail £50 - £70
92 An early 19th century red leather fire bucket £100 - £200
93 A George III mahogany and brass bound peat bucket £400 - £600
94 A George III mahogany and brass bound bucket £150 - £200
95 A late George III mahogany and brass bound peat bucket £100 - £150
96 A large Victorian copper kettle £150 - £200
97 Ten copper kettles £100 - £200
98 A harlequin graduated set of Victorian copper kettles £200 - £300
99 A continental military walnut and brass mounted flintlock pistol £150 - £200
100 A 19th century model cannon £200 - £300
101 λ Two similar Regency copper and brass samovars £200 - £300
102 A collection of seventeen brass muffineers / shakers and casters £100 - £150
103 λ A graduated set of five Victorian copper brandy warmers by Benham & Froud £100 - £150
104 A collection of copper items £150 - £200
105 A Victorian copper and brass watering can £80 - £120
106 A small collection of brass ware £100 - £150
107 A small George III mahogany chest £600 - £800
108 A Regency mahogany Canterbury in the manner of Gillows £300 - £500
109 λ  A nest of three Regency rosewood and parcel gilt occasional tables £500 - £700
110 A Regency mahogany open armchair £200 - £300
111 A George III mahogany Pembroke table £200 - £300
112 A George III mahogany dressing table mirror £150 - £250
113 A George III mahogany rectangular tray £150 - £200
114 A small Regency goncalo alves Davenport £500 - £800
115 A Regency yew wine table £300 - £500
116 A George IV mahogany bergère armchair £500 - £700
117 A late 19th century French brass musical automaton singing bird £100 - £150
118 An Austrian enamel and gilt bronze miniature clock in Rococo style £100 - £150
119 λ An early Victorian ivory pocket sundial and thermometer £100 - £150
120 A late 19th century French gilt brass and porcelain mounted carriage clock £1,000 - £1,500
121 A George III mahogany stick barometer by Fraser & Son London £300 - £500
122 A William IV miniature terrestrial globe by Newton & Son £1,000 - £1,500
123 λ A 19th century ivory animalier group after Pierre-Jules Mêne £100 - £150
124 An Austrian cold painted bronze model of a parrot £100 - £150
125 A small collection of pottery £100 - £150
126 A Japanese bronze model of a carp £100 - £150
127 A Japanese bronze incense burner in the form of a crane £200 - £300
128 A Japanese bronze model of a snarling tiger £100 - £150
129 A 19th century Chinese silkwork panel £80 - £120
130 A Victorian walnut open armchair £100 - £200
131 A walnut tripod table in George II style £150 - £250
132 A mahogany stool £80 - £120
133 Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson (1876-1955). An oak joint stool £300 - £400
134 A late 17th century Flemish oak cupboard £500 - £800
135 A Charles II oak coffer £400 - £600
136 An oak panelled back open armchair in 17th century style £200 - £300
137 A 19th century Baltic painted pine cupboard £500 - £800
138 A Victorian pine farmhouse kitchen table £400 - £600
139 A George III fruitwood child's rocking commode chair £100 - £150
140 Two carved wood 'poppy head' pew ends £150 - £200
141 An 18th century turned lignum vitae mortar £200 - £300
142 An early 19th century oak cutlery tray £100 - £200
143 An early pine milliner's hat stretcher £100 - £150
144 A 19th century treen lignum vitae fid £80 - £120
145 An 18th century Scandinavian treen birch mangle board £300 - £500
146 A 19th century Flemish treen elm measure £500 - £800
147 A 19th century treen dairy bowl £150 - £250
148 A mid-19th century brass tavern honesty tobacco box £200 - £300
149 A pair of 18th century bronze ember tongs £100 - £150
150 A George II brass helmet shape ewer £100 - £150
151 A collection of brass and other items £150 - £250
152 An early 19th century primitive ash stick-back armchair £300 - £500
153 A pair of Victorian yew low back Windsor armchairs £600 - £800
154 Two Victorian ash high back Windsor armchairs £200 - £300
155 A mid-17th century oak centre table £200 - £300
156 A Charles I oak joint stool £200 - £300
157 An early 18th century oak centre table £200 - £300
158 An Elizabethan and later Cumbrian oak and inlaid tester bed £6,000 - £8,000
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160 λ A 19th century burr maple kidney shape snuff box £300 - £400
161 A horn powder flask £150 - £200
162 A set of 18th century travelling scales £150 - £250
163 An early 19th century tricorn hat by S. Mason Jr. £100 - £150
164 A pair of painted wood dummy board figures £600 - £1,000
165 An 18th century carved oak figural term as Henry VIII £150 - £250
166 An 18th century carved oak figure £100 - £150
167 Two folk art carved pine primitive figures £150 - £200
168 A mid-17th century West Country oak bible box £200 - £300
169 An early 19th century Lancashire / Cheshire style ash and fruitwood armchair £100 - £150
170 An 18th century stained pine deeds box £100 - £150
171 A George II oak hanging cupboard £200 - £300
172 An 18th century Dutch brass six-light chandelier £800 - £1,200
173 A pair of gilt bronze wall sconce backplates £200 - £300
174 A set of five 18th century Italian Venetian gilt bronze altar style candlesticks £2,000 - £3,000
175 A William and Mary oak chest £200 - £300
176 A Victorian oak Glastonbury chair £200 - £300
177 A set of six early 19th century East Anglian mahogany side chairs £300 - £500
178 A Victorian rolled paper diorama of a Gothic country house £600 - £800
179 An early Victorian folk art model of a miniature dog £800 - £1,200
180 A bronze mortar £200 - £300
181 Horse racing interest. A George II folk art copper warming pan £200 - £300
182 An 18th century treen walnut and iron coupe baguette or saladier £200 - £300
183 λ A Victorian ivory and steel carving set £100 - £150
184 A painted tôle decoy pigeon £200 - £300
185 An ebonised wicker fruit bowl £150 - £250
186 Two unusual burr wood specimen wall brackets £400 - £600
187 A harlequin set of eight Victorian pottery imperial shop counter weights £300 - £500
188 A Victorian 'Harwood' Clarence pottery combed slipware dish £150 - £250
189 A Victorian Staffordshire pottery flat back goat jug / creamer £150 - £250
190 An early 19th century stoneware money box £100 - £150
191 A set of eight pictorial butcher's shop pottery tiles by Richards £100 - £150
192 λ A rare turned ivory nutmeg grater £300 - £500
193 λ  An Indo-Portuguese turned ivory apothecary's mortar £500 - £800
194 A Victorian black japanned tôle tea bin £500 - £700
195 A Victorian red japanned tôle shop display canister £100 - £150
196 A large Lipton tôle tea canister £100 - £150
197 A Victorian green japanned tôle shop display canister £80 - £120
198 A pair of late Victorian black japanned tôle tea canisters £300 - £400
199 A pair of late Victorian black japanned tôle tea canisters £200 - £300
200 A Victorian black japanned tôle bombe shape coffee canister £200 - £300
201 A Victorian green japanned tôle shop display coffee canister £100 - £150
202 A Victorian red japanned tôle shop display coffee canister £200 - £300
203 A Victorian verre églomisé shop sign £50 - £80
204 Three German polychrome decorated terracotta animals £150 - £200
205 A German polychrome painted terracotta model of a seated bulldog £300 - £500
206 A German polychrome decorated terracotta model of a standing bulldog £200 - £300
207 A German polychrome decorated terracotta model of a seated bulldog £200 - £300
208 A walnut chest on stand in George II style £300 - £500
209 A William and Mary walnut cushion frame wall mirror £200 - £300
210 An early 18th century walnut chest £400 - £600
211 An early 18th century walnut bureau cabinet £600 - £1,000
212 A William and Mary floral marquetry mirror frame £200 - £300
213 An Anglo-Dutch walnut and marquetry bureau £400 - £600
214 A George II walnut bureau £150 - £250
215 An oyster veneered and walnut lace box £150 - £250
216 An 18th century oyster veneered kingwood lace box £300 - £400
217 An early 18th century black japanned lace box £300 - £400
218 An early 18th century English black japanned cabinet on a later stand £800 - £1,200
219 A George II needlework sampler by Jane Markham £300 - £500
220 A 16th century embroidered needlework panel £400 - £600
221 A George IV needlework sampler by Ann Webb £150 - £200
222 An early 19th century American needlework sampler by Katron Taylor £300 - £400
223 A Charles II needlework picture £1,500 - £2,500
224 An 18th century naive needlework sampler £300 - £500
225 A rare Charles II spot sampler £2,000 - £3,000
226 A George III mahogany bookcase £300 - £500
227 A George II and later mahogany tea table £300 - £500
228 A George III Lancashire mahogany chest £300 - £500
229 A George II mahogany bureau cabinet £300 - £500
230 A George III mahogany serpentine front card table £800 - £1,200
231 A George III Lancashire mahogany chest £400 - £600
232 A George III mahogany open armchair attributed to Gillows £200 - £300
233 λ A George III satinwood side table £200 - £300
234 A George III mahogany tray-top bedside commode £400 - £600
235 A George III mahogany wake style dining table £400 - £600
236 An early George III mahogany silver chest on stand £2,000 - £3,000
237 A giltwood and gesso wall mirror in George II style £500 - £700
238 A George III mahogany serpentine chest £2,000 - £3,000
239 A George III mahogany demi-lune tea table in the manner of Gillows £400 - £600
240 A George III mahogany butler's tray £400 - £600
241 A George III fiddleback mahogany serpentine dressing chest £5,000 - £7,000
242 A George III faded mahogany bowfront sideboard £800 - £1,200
243 A late George III mahogany knife box £200 - £300
244 Two George III mahogany knife boxes £80 - £120
245 A George III mahogany side table £3,000 - £5,000
246 Literature. Thomas Chippendale (1718-1779). 'The Gentleman Cabinet-Maker's Director: Being a large £1,000 - £1,500
247 A George III mahogany chamber table £500 - £800
248 A carved giltwood eight-light chandelier in George II style £400 - £600
249 A set of six brass wall lights in George II style £300 - £500
250 A set of three glass and silvered metal wall lights in George III style £400 - £600
251 A pair of silvered wall lights in George III style £300 - £500
252 A Regency Scottish mahogany wine decanter coaster attributed to James Mein of Kelso £500 - £800
253 A small George III mahogany tray £100 - £150
254 A George III mahogany and brass bound plate bucket £300 - £500
255 A George III oak longcase clock with automaton by George Hewett of Marlborough £1,000 - £1,500
256 An 18th century black japanned longcase clock by Thomas Hickson of London £200 - £300
257 A Queen Anne and later walnut and seaweed marquetry longcase clock by R. Baterson of London £4,000 - £6,000
258 An 18th century brass lantern clock by William Gill of Maidstone £800 - £1,200
259 A George III ebonised bracket clock by Haley & Milner of London £500 - £700
260 A late Regency ebonised and brass inlaid bracket clock by Barwise of London £500 - £800
261 A Victorian brass lantern clock in 17th century style £300 - £400
262 A mahogany bracket clock £1,000 - £1,500
263 A Regency ebonised bracket clock by George Yonge of London £2,000 - £2,500
264 A Victorian ebonised bracket clock in 18th century style £300 - £500
265 A mahogany barograph by Negretti & Zambra £150 - £250
266 An early 19th century marble portico clock holder £200 - £300
267 A Regency gilt brass and marble mantel clock by Tupman of London £800 - £1,200
268 A small French Directoire gilt brass travelling clock by Janvier £200 - £300
269 A French Empire gilt and patinated bronze Neo-classical mantel clock by Bausse £1,000 - £1,500
270 A French Restauration gilt bronze and Siena marble figural mantel clock £800 - £1,200
271 A 19th century French ormolu mantel clock £400 - £600
272 λ  A 19th century French brass and tortoiseshell boulle marquetry clock bracket £100 - £150
273 A late 19th century French ormolu and porcelain mounted mantel clock by Achille Brocot £4,000 - £6,000
274 A modern French gilt brass repeating carriage clock by L'Epée £500 - £800
275 A French gilt brass oval carriage clock £200 - £300
276 An early 20th century brass and nickel moonphase Goliath pocket watch £200 - £300
277 λ A late 19th century French gilt brass and champlevé enamel four glass mantel clock £500 - £800
278 A Dutch walnut and brass mounted wall mirror in late 17th century style £800 - £1,200
279 A walnut and Dutch marquetry lowboy £200 - £300
280 A South African Cape Dutch stinkwood low occasional table £200 - £300
281 A Dutch floral marquetry bombe bureau £800 - £1,200
282 An 18th century Dutch burr walnut armoire £800 - £1,200
283 A pair of Dutch gilt brass eight-light chandeliers in 18th century style £600 - £800
284 An 18th century style Dutch oak burgomaster stool £200 - £300
285 An 18th century French gilt and painted wood wall mirror £500 - £800
286 A French giltwood bergère armchair in Louis XV style £100 - £200
287 A French giltwood oval centre table in Louis XVI style £200 - £300
288 An 18th century giltwood wall mirror £600 - £800
289 A French Louis Philippe mahogany console table £750 - £1,000
290 A 19th century German mahogany and giltwood wall mirror £200 - £250
291 A French Directoire mahogany and brass mounted semainier chest £800 - £1,200
292 A pair of 19th century giltwood and gesso console tables in Rococo style £2,000 - £3,000
293 A pair of 18th century style painted and giltwood columns or torchère bases £400 - £600
294 λ A set of six 19th century rosewood dining chairs £300 - £400
295 A pair of Napoleon III ormolu mounted porcelain pot pourri bowls in Louis XV style £2,000 - £3,000
296 A French ormolu wall light in Louis XVI style £100 - £150
297 A 19th century French ormolu candelabrum in Louis XV style £300 - £500
298 A French miniature kingwood bombe shaped commode in Louis XV style £400 - £600
299 A pair of late 19th century French gilt and patinated bronze three light candelabra £200 - £300
300 A French marble and gilt brass ornament attributed to Maison Charles £300 - £500
301 A pair of French Régence brass candlesticks £200 - £300
302 A pair of Italian Rococo giltwood console tables £8,000 - £12,000
303 λ An 18th century Italian ebonised and walnut marquetry open armchair £300 - £400
304 An Italian brèche marble and carved wood occasional table £500 - £700
305 A set of six 19th century fruitwood hall chairs £300 - £500
306 A pair of Italian giltwood console tables in Egyptian revival style £6,000 - £8,000
307 An Italian Venetian Murano glass girandole mirror £400 - £600
308 An Italian scagliola centre table £800 - £1,200
309 A fine Kashan carpet £400 - £600
310 A fine Kashan rug £500 - £800
311 A pair of Kashan rugs £800 - £1,200
312 A pair of Khorassan prayer rugs £800 - £1,200
313 A Kerman pictorial rug £100 - £150
314 A Khamseh rug £200 - £400
315 A Ziegler carpet £2,000 - £3,000
316 A fine 19th century North West Persian carpet of Harshang design £5,000 - £8,000
317 A Tekke Turkmen main carpet £300 - £500
318 A North West Persian runner £150 - £250
319 A Baluchi rug £100 - £150
320 A Ziegler carpet £4,000 - £6,000
321 An Ushak carpet £400 - £600
322 A Bijar long rug £200 - £300
323 A Tekke rug £200 - £300
324 A Tekke Turkmen carpet £300 - £400
325 A Tekke Turkmen carpet £300 - £400
326 A Moroccan Berber long carpet £100 - £150
327 A North West Persia runner £200 - £300
328 A Kirman Laver carpet £1,500 - £2,500
329 A pair of Italian Venetian mirrors in Rococo style £300 - £500
330 λ  An early Victorian tortoiseshell tea caddy £100 - £200
331 A matched pair of late 19th century bronze Grand Tour classical urns £200 - £300
332 An Italian wax profile relief bust of Cosimo II de' Medici £300 - £400
333 Two Italian wax profile relief busts in Renaissance style £200 - £300
334 A pair of continental porcelain and ormolu mounted oval jardinières £800 - £1,200
335 A pair of 19th century Chinese pottery models of Buddhist lion dogs £400 - £600
336 Four Chinese unglazed pottery figures of ladies £200 - £300
337 Two similar Chinese figures of Guandi £400 - £600
338 A Chinese pottery tile maker's figure of the immortal Tudi £400 - £600
339 A French terracotta figure of an infant in the manner of Jean-Baptiste Pigalle £300 - £400
340 After Claude Michel called Clodion (French 1738-1814). A late 19th century terracotta group of a £400 - £600
341 A French terracotta group of Cupid and a putto in the manner of Clodion £800 - £1,200
342 A French terracotta group of three cherubs in the manner of Clodion £400 - £600
343 An 18th century marble figure of a man £600 - £800
344 An Italian marble relief of St. John the Baptist after Tino di Camaino (c.1285-1337) £4,000 - £6,000
345 A French late Gothic carved limestone figure of St. John the Baptist £4,000 - £6,000
346 A carved marble figure of Eros sleeping £3,000 - £5,000
347 An Italian bronze / copper alloy Corpus Christi £400 - £600
348 A German bronze Corpus Christi £300 - £400
349 A German cast bronze Corpus Christi £200 - £300
350 λ  A late Byzantine carved ivory group of the Virgin and child £3,000 - £4,000
351 λ A late Medieval ivory relief carved plaque of the Virgin and child £1,200 - £1,800
352 A 15th century French Caen stone relief £1,000 - £1,500
353 A bronze model of a heraldic seated lion £300 - £500
354 An early 18th century bronze model of an heraldic seat lion £800 - £1,200
355 A Netherlandish carved oak and polychrome decorated relief fragment £1,500 - £2,000
356 A pair of 19th century Italian carved pine angel wall brackets in Baroque style £300 - £500
357 A painted and giltwood Baroque style angel £500 - £800
358 A pair of 18th century Spanish giltwood and polychrome decorated angels £2,000 - £3,000
359 A South German Baroque life-size carved limewood figure of Ceres £2,000 - £3,000
360 A large limewood relief panel depicting the Forge of Vulcan £8,000 - £12,000
361 An Italian bronze figure of Hercules £15,000 - £20,000
362 Two bronze figures of Cupid in the manner of Andrea Riccio £150 - £250
363 An Indo-Portuguese carved ivory group of the Virgin and child £200 - £300
364 λ A European naive carved pine and polychrome decorated figure of St. Anthony Abbot £150 - £250
365 A gilt bronze bust of a bearded gentleman £300 - £400
366 A Flemish bronze figure of Mars the Roman God of War £1,000 - £1,500
367 An Italian bronze triton candlestick in the manner of Francesco Fanelli £1,000 - £1,500
368 Two giltwood and gesso polychrome decorated Baroque style angel heads £200 - £300
369 A pair of giltwood and gesso polychrome decorated Baroque style angels £150 - £250
370 A giltwood and gesso polychrome decorated Baroque style angel £200 - £300
371 A 19th century brass crucifix £150 - £200
372 Giovanni Francesco Pieri (1699-1773). A mid-18th century Italian polychrome wax relief picture after £2,000 - £3,000
373 After the antique. An Italian patinated bronze Grand Tour model of Silenus £150 - £250
374 After the antique. A patinated lead figure of the Dancing Faun of Pompeii £150 - £250
375 After the antique. An Italian patinated bronze Grand Tour model of Silenus £300 - £400
376 After the antique. A 19th century Italian marble bust of Zeus £2,000 - £3,000
377 After the antique. An Italian marble Grand Tour figure of Apollo £800 - £1,200
378 A pair of classical plaster relief casts £400 - £600
379 An Italian bronze bust of Dionysius / Bacchus £300 - £500
380 After the antique. A late 19th century Italian Neapolitan bronze fountain head £400 - £600
381 Attributed to Icilio Federico Joni (Italian 1866-1946). A pair of Italian giltwood £3,000 - £4,000
382 A bronzed metal charger in Renaissance style £300 - £400
383 A pair of gilt bronze sphinx desk ornaments £400 - £600
384 A late 19th century Italian green serpentine pedestal £150 - £250
385 A pink marble obelisk £100 - £200
386 A pair of amethyst and slate Grand Tour style obelisks £200 - £300
387 A 19th century Italian specimen marble Grand Tour paperweight £300 - £500
388 A late 19th century Italian bronze Grand Tour oil lamp £200 - £300
389 λ A late 18th century Italian painted vellum and ivory Grand Tour fan £800 - £1,200
390 A late 18th century Italian painted vellum Grand Tour fan leaf £300 - £400
391 λ A late 18th century painted vellum and tortoiseshell Grand Tour fan £400 - £600
392 λ A late 18th century Italian painted paper and ivory fan £400 - £600
393 A late 18th century Italian painted vellum and mother of pearl Grand Tour fan £400 - £600
394 After Guillaume Coustou (French 1677-1746). A pair of late 19th century bronze Marly horse groups £500 - £700
395 After François Duquesnoy (French 1597-1643). A 19th century marble bust of Cupid £500 - £800
396 After Jean-Antoine Houdon (French 1741 - 1828). A pair of 19th century French ormolu busts of £500 - £800
397 William Theed the Younger (1804-1891). A 19th century portrait bust of a gentleman £1,500 - £2,000
398 A 19th century French marble bust of a boy £800 - £1,200
398A English school (17th / 18th century). A Baroque marble bust of a boy £800 - £1,200
399 A late 19th century Italian marble figure of a young lady begging £500 - £800
400 A late 19th century Italian Florentine marble bust of a lady £200 - £300
401 Odoardo Fantacchiotti (Italian 1811-1877). A 19th century carved marble bust of a bearded gentleman £600 - £800
402 Four small bronzes £100 - £150
403 A 19th century French bronze Bacchanalian group £150 - £200
404 A mid-19th century French bronze group of Cornelia and her sons £200 - £300
405 Georges Van Der Straeten (Belgian 1856-1928). 'Acting Coy' £100 - £150
406 After Ernest-Louis Barrias (French 1841-1905). A bronze figure of a veiled semi-naked lady £4,000 - £6,000
407 Louis Ernest Barrias (French 1841-1905). A pair of French bronze groups of mermaids and mermen £800 - £1,200
408 Attributed to Léon-Noël Delagrange (French 1872-1910). A bronze figure of a Medieval page boy £400 - £600
409 An Arts & Crafts bronze group of Pegasus and Bellerophon £300 - £400
410 ‡ Victor Heinrich Seifert (Austrian 1870-1953). An early 20th century bronze figure of a cobbler boy £200 - £300
411 After Auguste Rodin (French 1840-1917). A bronze model of 'The Thinker' £200 - £300
412 After Camille Claudel (French 1864-1943). 'Jeune Romain ou Mon Frere' £8,000 - £12,000
413 An Austrian onyx and cold painted bronze desk stand £300 - £400
414 An Austrian onyx desk stand £150 - £200
415 A pair of Austrian onyx bookends £100 - £200
416 λ An Art Deco cold painted bronze and ivory figure £300 - £400
417 An Austrian cold painted bronze model of a dog £300 - £400
418 A pair of Victorian ebonised hourglass plinths or socles £300 - £500
419 An oak sundial pedestal £500 - £800
420 λ  A rare carved coral rectangular plaque £100 - £150
421 A Russian orthodox bronze icon £100 - £150
422 λ A Regency tortoiseshell and mother of pearl tea chest £2,000 - £3,000
423 λ A George IV tortoiseshell and mother of pearl tea caddy £1,000 - £1,500
424 λ A George III tortoiseshell and ivory tea caddy £1,000 - £1,500
425 λ A George IV tortoiseshell sewing box by Thomas Lund £2,000 - £3,000
426 λ An early Victorian tortoiseshell tea caddy £300 - £500
427 λ An early Victorian tortoiseshell work box £500 - £700
428 λ  A mid-18th century Italian Neapolitan tortoiseshell casket in the manner of Gennaro Sarao £4,000 - £6,000
429 λ  An 18th century tortoiseshell and silver box £3,000 - £4,000
430 λ An 18th century French boulle marquetry and ebony casket £1,000 - £1,500
431 λ A Spanish tortoiseshell and ivory box £1,500 - £2,000
432 λ A Regency rosewood and brass dressing box / case £4,000 - £6,000
433 λ A rare Regency rosewood and brass mounted metamorphic writing / sewing box £3,000 - £4,000
434 λ A George IV rosewood and brass sewing box by D. Edwards £2,000 - £3,000
435 A Victorian coromandel and brass mounted dressing case in the manner of George Betjemann £1,000 - £1,500
436 A Regency whitewood painted Tunbridge ware sewing box £1,000 - £1,500
437 λ A fine late 18th century Russian walrus ivory sewing box £3,000 - £5,000
438 λ A Chinese export black lacquer sewing box £600 - £800
439 λ A 19th century Chinese export black lacquer games board £1,000 - £1,500
440 λ A 19th century Chinese export black lacquer games board £600 - £800
441 λ An early 19th century Chinese export black lacquer sewing and writing box £500 - £800
442 λ A rare early 19th century Chinese export lacquer compendium cabinet £2,000 - £3,000
443 λ A Chinese export black lacquer sewing box £400 - £600
444 λ  A 19th century Anglo-Indian octagonal ivory and sadeli work games board £150 - £200
445 λ A mid-19th century Anglo-Indian sandalwood and porcupine quill basket £200 - £300
446 λ An Anglo-Indian ivory box £200 - £300
447 λ A mid-19th century Anglo-Indian sandalwood and porcupine quill basket £300 - £500
448 λ A 19th century Anglo-Indian buffalo horn tea chest £3,000 - £5,000
449 λ An Anglo-Indian sadeli mosaic and ivory combined sewing and writing box £1,800 - £2,200
450 λ An Indo-Portuguese tortoiseshell and ivory box £2,000 - £3,000
451 λ A late 19th century Anglo-Indian ivory and buffalo horn sewing basket £600 - £800
452 λ  A Mughal Indian hardwood and engraved ivory table cabinet £5,000 - £8,000
453 λ An Anglo-Indian ivory box £600 - £800
454 λ An Anglo-Indian ebony and ivory box £400 - £600
455 λ An early 18th century Anglo-Indian rosewood writing box £3,000 - £5,000
456 λ Duke of Wellington interest. An Anglo-Indian ivory writing slope £1,000 - £1,500
457 λ  An Anglo-Indian tortoiseshell and ivory casket £100 - £150
458 λ  A small collection of Indian and Chinese carved ivory £150 - £250
459 An Indian horn globular bowl and cover £150 - £250
460 An Indian Hindu bronze of the god Shiva £200 - £300
461 λ  An Anglo-Indian hardwood occasional table £300 - £500
462 An Anglo-Indian hardwood occasional table £300 - £500
463 λ  An Anglo-Indian hardwood occasional table by Kanhaya Lal Brij Lal £300 - £500
464 An Anglo-Indian hardwood occasional table £150 - £200
465 An 18th century colonial hardwood and brass mounted chest £200 - £300
466 An Indian brass and copper charger £80 - £120
467 An 18th century colonial mahogany and brass mounted chest £300 - £500
468 A Ceylonese carved ebony model of a crab £800 - £1,200
469 A Ceylonese carved ebony model of a crab £600 - £800
470 A late 19th century Kashmiri lacquer and polychrome decorated papier-mâché writing box £150 - £250
471 A bronze rectangular wall plaque £100 - £150
472 A pair of 19th century Qajar lacquer book covers £200 - £300
473 A pair of Moorish hardwood octagonal occasional tables £300 - £400
474 A 14th century Fars brass bowl £1,000 - £1,500
475 Five Qajar damascened steel animals £400 - £600
476 A Safavid copper basin £300 - £500
477 An early 16th century Mamluk copper dish £600 - £800
478 An Ottoman Islamic copper crescent form finial £200 - £300
479 A late 19th century Japanese Kutani baluster vase £100 - £200
480 λ Two Japanese ivory okimono of geishas £100 - £150
481 λ A Japanese ivory tusk box and cover £300 - £500
482 λ A Japanese Shibayama carved ivory model of a bell pepper £300 - £400
483 λ Three Japanese ivory netsuke £100 - £200
484 A 19th century Chinese Canton porcelain vase table lamp £300 - £500
485 A Chinese porcelain pear shaped vase table lamp £300 - £500
486 λ  A Chinese carved ivory figure of happy Buddha £200 - £300
487 λ  A 19th century Chinese Canton ivory card case £200 - £300
488 A pair of horn rimmed folding spectacles £100 - £150
489 AMENDED A Dutch colonial export padouk writing / document box £800 - £1,200
490 A Chinese elm side cabinet £200 - £250
491 A Tibetan lacquered wood 'Dragon 'Chest' £150 - £250
492 λ A Burmese carved ivory matched chess set £500 - £800
493 λ A 19th century Chinese export carved ivory chess set £100 - £200
494 λ A mid-19th century Chinese carved ivory figural chess set £500 - £800
495 A rare Regency giltwood girandole wall mirror attributed to Thomas Fentham with a Chinese reverse £8,000 - £12,000
496 An early 19th century mahogany barrel front cabinet £300 - £400
497 λ A Regency rosewood and brass mounted Canterbury £150 - £250
498 A George IV mahogany and brass mounted music stool £100 - £200
499 A Victorian mahogany stool £100 - £150
500 A George IV Welsh burr oak breakfast table by William Owen of Denbigh £2,000 - £3,000
501 A pair of William IV mahogany and gilt metal mounted side chairs by J. Kendell & Co. £800 - £1,200
502 λ A William IV rosewood library table £200 - £300
503 A George IV mahogany hall table £300 - £500
504 A Regency mahogany three-tier buffet £300 - £500
505 A William IV mahogany library table in the manner of Gillows £500 - £700
506 λ A rare quartetto nest of George IV rosewood occasional tables in the manner of Gillows £1,500 - £2,000
507 A mahogany and brass bound cylindrical stickstand in Regency style £400 - £600
508 A pair of George IV mahogany bedside cupboards £700 - £900
509 An early 19th century Napoleonic prisoner of war bone figural sewing table clamp £200 - £300
510 A 19th century French prisoner of war straw-work sewing box £200 - £300
511 A Victorian Tunbridge ware and walnut box £200 - £300
512 A 19th century pottery salve box and cover by James Crawford £80 - £120
513 A Victorian naive half-block ship model £600 - £1,000
514 Nelson interest. A set of five early 19th century brass knob handles £100 - £150
515 An early 19th century mahogany naval writing slope £500 - £800
516 λ A Victorian mahogany and brass campaign gentleman's dressing case by Turrill £300 - £500
517 A Victorian kingwood and burr walnut casket £80 - £120
518 A 19th century mahogany apothecary's box £150 - £200
519 λ A George III ivory octagonal tea caddy £200 - £300
520 λ A Regency blonde tortoiseshell tea caddy £200 - £300
521 A William IV mahogany miniature sideboard £300 - £500
522 A Regency penwork work box £300 - £400
523 λ A William IV amboyna and rosewood tea chest £300 - £500
524 λ A Regency tortoiseshell tea caddy £300 - £400
525 A set of six William IV mahogany dining chairs attributed to Gillows £300 - £500
526 A Regency mahogany lamp table £200 - £300
527 λ A Regency rosewood console table £400 - £600
528 λ A Regency rosewood breakfront side cabinet £1,000 - £1,500
529 λ A George IV rosewood lamp table in the manner of Gillows £400 - £600
530 λ A Regency rosewood console table £400 - £600
531 λ A William IV rosewood occasional table £500 - £700
532 A Regency mahogany Pembroke table £300 - £500
533 A George IV mahogany pedestal pot cupboard £200 - £300
534 An early 19th century mahogany linen / napkin press attributed to Gillows £300 - £400
535 A large mid-19th century giltwood overmantel mirror £1,500 - £2,000
536 A Regency satinwood dressing table mirror £150 - £250
537 A 19th century giltwood and gesso convex wall mirror £500 - £700
538 An early Victorian mahogany box stool by Doveston £800 - £1,200
539 λ A William IV rosewood three-tier whatnot £100 - £150
540 A Regency black lacquer papier-mâché tray £500 - £700
541 λ An early Victorian rosewood double sided library bookcase £4,000 - £6,000
542 λ A George IV mahogany table coin collector's cabinet £300 - £500
543 A Swedish Neo-classical giltwood pier mirror £2,000 - £3,000
544 A Regency giltwood pier mirror £600 - £800
545 A George IV mahogany hall chair in the manner of Gillows £80 - £120
546 A rare late Regency panorama £500 - £800
547 A Victorian bronze greyhound's head card holder £150 - £250
548 A Victorian walnut country house letter box £150 - £250
549 A William IV ebonised wood policeman's truncheon £150 - £250
550 A 19th century ebony oval tray £200 - £300
551 A pair of red wax seal pictures £200 - £300
552 λ An early 19th century ivory ornamentally turned urn and cover £600 - £800
553 James Tassie (Scottish 1735-1799). A white glass paste portrait relief bust of the Reverend Hugh £200 - £300
554 λ An early 19th century ivory and gold mounted monocular £200 - £300
555 λ A 19th century carved ivory bust of a gentleman £100 - £150
556 Lady Gertrude Eleanor Crawford's despatch box. An Edwardian black japanned tin despatch box by £100 - £150
557 A Ministry of Munitions Identification Card belonging to Lady Gertrude Eleanor Crawford £100 - £150
558 Seven exhibition catalogues relating to Lady Gertrude Eleanor Crawford £80 - £120
559 λ A Victorian ivory brush £100 - £150
560 λ Lady Gertrude Eleanor Crawford (1868-1937). An ornamental turned ivory and vegetable ivory £200 - £300
561 λ Lady Gertrude Eleanor Crawford (1868-1937). A small collection of ornamentally turned wood items £100 - £150
562 λ Lady Gertrude Eleanor Crawford (1868-1937). Seven ornamentally turned ivory bell-push stands £100 - £150
563 λ Lady Gertrude Eleanor Crawford (1868-1937). Nine ornamentally turned ivory stands and frames £100 - £150
564 λ A large collection of ivory objects £100 - £150
565 λ Lady Gertrude Eleanor Crawford (1868-1937). A small collection of ornamentally turned ivory match £100 - £150
566 λ Lady Gertrude Eleanor Crawford (1868-1937). A collection of mainly sewing related ornamentally £100 - £150
567 Three horn handled walking canes £100 - £150
568 λ A horn walking cane £100 - £150
569 λ Five walking canes £100 - £200
570 λ An Edwardian walking cane £200 - £300
571 λ A French walking cane £150 - £250
572 λ An Edwardian erotic walking cane £200 - £300
573 λ A novelty walking cane £100 - £150
574 λ An 18th century walking cane £200 - £300
575 λ An Edwardian ivory handled walking cane £150 - £250
576 λ An early 18th century ivory handled walking cane £100 - £150
577 λ An erotic walking cane £300 - £400
578 A Burmese silver handled walking cane £250 - £350
579 λ An Indian or Burmese silver handled walking cane £250 - £350
580 An Austro-Hungarian walking cane in Renaissance revival style £200 - £300
581 A blue john handled walking cane £300 - £400
582 A Folk art walking cane £150 - £250
583 A modern sterling silver mounted walking cane by Comyns £80 - £120
584 λ A Victorian tortoiseshell and brass boulle marquetry inkstand £300 - £500
585 λ A Napoleon III brass and tortoiseshell boulle marquetry inkstand £500 - £800
586 λ A Victorian black leather writing slope by Asprey £400 - £600
587 A French Napoleon III thuya writing slope £150 - £250
588 A Victorian ebonised and brass mounted inkstand £100 - £150
589 λ A late Victorian tortoiseshell serpentine tea caddy £250 - £350
590 A late 19th century gilt brass jewellery casket in Louis XVI style £200 - £300
591 An oriental studded leather and brass bound trunk £100 - £150
592 λ A 19th century French rosewood writing slope £100 - £150
593 A late 19th century French burr veneered musical decanter box £150 - £250
594 λ A late 19th century French kingwood and ivory box £300 - £400
595 A Black Forest box £300 - £400
596 A 19th century Dutch mahogany and floral marquetry decanter box £250 - £350
597 Joan Blaeu (Dutch 1596 - 1673). A 17th century hand-coloured engraved map £100 - £150
598 Joan Blaeu (Dutch 1596 - 1673). A 17th century hand-coloured engraved map £100 - £150
599 Joan Blaeu (Dutch 1596 - 1673). A 17th century hand-coloured engraved map £100 - £150
600 John Speed (1552-1629). 'CORNWALL' £500 - £800
601 John Speed (1552-1629). 'SURREY DESCRIBED AND DIVIDED INTO HUNDREDS' £300 - £500
602 John Speed (1552-1629). 'OXFORDSHIRE' £400 - £600
603 John Speed (1552-1629). 'CAMBRIDGESHIRE' £300 - £500
604 John Speed (1552-1629). 'HUNTINGDONSHIRE' £150 - £250
605 John Speed (1552-1629). 'WARWICKSHIRE' £150 - £250
606 John Speed (1552-1629). 'SUFFOLK' £150 - £250
607 John Speed (1552-1629). 'KENT WITH HER CITIES AND EARLES DESCRIBED AND OBSERVED' £200 - £300
608 Two early Victorian embossed relief maps of the Middle East by Richard Palmer £300 - £500
609 *****NO LOT*****
610 'C.6. CHART SHEWING THE NORTH WEST PASSAGE DISCOVERED BY CAPT. R. LE M. McCLURE' by E. A. Inglefield £300 - £500
611 A Victorian mahogany campaign chest £200 - £300
612 A Victorian walnut writing table £200 - £300
613 A mahogany twin pedestal dining table by Arthur Brett £400 - £600
614 A pair of mahogany armchairs in George III style £200 - £300
615 A Victorian walnut kidney shape desk £1,500 - £2,000
616 A Victorian mahogany serpentine three seater sofa in George II style £2,000 - £3,000
617 A brass colza style three-light chandelier £300 - £500
618 A pair of gilt brass and glass six-light chandeliers £200 - £300
619 A glass and gilt brass sixteen-light chandelier £300 - £500
620 A brass and cut-glass basket thirteen-light chandelier in Empire style £600 - £1,000
621 A pair of Victorian ebonised and painted demi-lune commodes £4,000 - £6,000
622 A late Victorian mahogany lazy susan £100 - £200
623 A pair of Victorian walnut footstools £100 - £150
624 A Victorian mahogany lazy susan £100 - £150
625 A pair of Victorian walnut Scottish stools by Wylie & Lochhead £100 - £150
626 A Victorian pitch pine stool £100 - £150
627 λ A Victorian walnut and specimen wood centre table £1,500 - £2,000
628 A 19th century mahogany and marquetry Pembroke table £800 - £1,200
629 A Victorian three-fold decoupage screen £300 - £500
630 A late Victorian mahogany and floral marquetry display cabinet £300 - £500
631 A George III and later mahogany corner cabinet £40 - £60
632 Two similar mahogany open waterfall bookcases in Regency style £500 - £700
633 A walnut wing armchair in early 18th century style £300 - £500
634 A William IV burr oak occasional table £300 - £400
635 A walnut stool in early 18th century style £200 - £300
636 A Victorian walnut occasional table £200 - £300
637 A beechwood stool in William & Mary style £200 - £300
638 A Victorian brass lion's paw doorstop £100 - £150
639 A Victorian brass bell shape doorstop £100 - £150
640 A Victorian brass bell shape doorstop £100 - £150
641 A Victorian brass lion's paw doorstop £100 - £150
642 A Victorian brass doorstop £100 - £150
643 A Victorian brass doorstop £100 - £150
644 A William IV bronze doorstop £100 - £150
645 A Victorian brass doorstop £100 - £150
646 Two Victorian brass lion's paw doorstops £200 - £300
647 A Victorian cast iron doorstop by Coalbrookdale £150 - £250
648 A pair of Victorian brass doorstops £150 - £250
649 A Victorian green painted cast iron doorstop by Coalbrookdale £150 - £200
650 A Victorian serpentine doorstop £80 - £120
651 Hunting interest. A Victorian bronze fox's head doorstop £200 - £300
652 An oak and brass bound stickstand £100 - £150
653 A 19th century oak and brass bound bucket £50 - £100
654 A Victorian cast iron boot scraper by Kenrick & Sons £100 - £150
655 A Victorian cast iron heraldic doorstop £400 - £600
656 A Victorian painted cast iron fox's head wall mount £150 - £200
657 A late Victorian brass corner stickstand £150 - £200
658 A Victorian mahogany demi-lune stickstand £120 - £150
659 A matched pair of Victorian ruby glass tazze £200 - £300
660 A pair of late 19th century Bohemian ruby glass candlesticks £80 - £120
661 A pair of early Victorian gilt bronze candlesticks £100 - £150
662 A pair of late 19th century gilt bronze and glass storm lanterns £200 - £300
663 An Edwardian cut-glass vase £100 - £150
664 A Victorian papier-mâché panel £100 - £150
665 λ A William IV cut-paper forget-me-not picture £100 - £150
666 A Victorian Meerschaum pipe by Freidrich Edwards £100 - £150
667 A late 19th century French ormolu inkwell £200 - £300
668 A late 19th century French gilt brass and verde antico marble ink stand £150 - £250
669 A near pair of late 19th century bronze desk ornaments £150 - £200
670 A late Victorian mahogany and marquetry oval tray in George III style £100 - £150
671 A Victorian patent seal £100 - £150
672 A pair of Victorian Elkington electroplated door handles £150 - £200
673 A 19th century French leather and silver gilt mounted card case £80 - £120
674 A 19th century French silvered bronze athénienne incense burner £150 - £200
675 A German novelty folding corkscrew £150 - £250
676 λ An Art Deco shagreen and ivory cylindrical box and cover £100 - £150
677 A large Edwardian country house dappled grey rocking horse £500 - £800
678 An early 20th century French papier-mâché and felt model of a French bulldog £400 - £600
679 A carved hardwood architectural caryatid £200 - £300
680 Two Victorian stained pine bowl carriers £200 - £300
681 A pair of early 20th century wire-work country house topiary frames £2,000 - £3,000
682 A Victorian white painted cast iron garden table £400 - £600
683 A pair of Japanese bronze models of cranes £80 - £120
684 A pair of late 19th century white painted lead garden fountain figures £800 - £1,200
685 A set of eight Victorian cast iron garden border railings £200 - £300
686 An Italian marble garden urn £800 - £1,200
687 An Australian aboriginal bark painting attributed to Sadle Milidij £300 - £500
688 A French Art Deco butterfly wing collage picture £800 - £1,200
689 An Art Deco style overmantel mirror £100 - £200
690 A Louis Vuitton travelling trunk £500 - £800
691 Two Louis Vuitton canvas suitcases £1,500 - £2,000
692 A red japanned display cabinet in George III style £400 - £600
693 A red japanned and giltwood cabinet on stand in early 18th century style attributed to Tibbenham of £400 - £600
694 A pair of late Victorian giltwood wall mirrors in Gothic style £150 - £200
695 A Victorian giltwood and gesso wall mirror £250 - £350
696 A large giltwood and composition wall mirror £800 - £1,200
697 A late Victorian walnut Chesterfield sofa by Howard & Sons £800 - £1,200
698 A pair of late Victorian walnut easy open armchairs £500 - £800
699 A late Victorian walnut day bed in the manner of Howard & Sons £400 - £600
700 A late Victorian walnut octagonal centre table by James Shoolbred & Co. £800 - £1,200
701 A walnut pedestal in George II style £150 - £250
702 A painted cabinet in Adam revival style £200 - £300
703 A set of six Victorian giltwood dining chairs in the manner of Holland & Sons £800 - £1,200
704 A late Victorian oak refectory style dining table in the manner of Howard & Sons £500 - £800
1-133 From the estate of the late John F. Braund