Antiques & Fine Art
Tuesday 4th December 2018 at 10.00

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1.      A Victorian gilt metal souvenir comport, the pine cone and leaf pierced top centred with glass painted panel of British coastal seaside town possibly Brighton on a swept circular base on three spreading leaf feet, 24 cm diameter £50-100
2.      A 19th Century copper coaching horn, in two parts, total length 115 cm together with copper kettle, miniature brass and copper hunting horn, a bugle etc £50-100
3.      A collection of Middle Eastern coffee ewers, all in brass of various sizes together with two Nepalese bells, a set of Thai brass and copper graduated measures, various abacuses and a cased Singer sewing machine £50-100
4.      A Victorian cast iron mason's spirit level, of triangular shape, with cut out design, with indistinct engraved lines, perhaps for a plumb line, 63 cm wide x 32 cm high together with three oak spirit levels circa 1900s, all 92 cm long, a pair of smaller examples with brass tops, brass shop bell and other items (8) £50-100
5.      Two brass oil lamps one with opaque glass shade (af) the other with cranberry shade £50-100
6.      A collection of Middle Eastern and North African and Indian brassware including a three footed brass bowl, four brass and copper jardinieres, brass charger and other items £50-100
7.      Various industrial metalware including two iron cauldrons, a three footed brass railway cauldron marked 1521 with lion passant, an E Thomas & Williams Ltd Welsh miners lamp and two cast iron ladles £50-100
8.      A collection of metalware including copper preserve pans, a brass cauldron, brass jug, pair of 19th Century square based candlesticks, pair of turned brass candlesticks and an iron and brass leaf impression with turned mahogany handle £50-100
9.      A David Cornell bronze figure, Champion Finish, dated 1985 on rectangular plinth, 20.5 cm high £50-100
10.     A Georgian brass trivet, of circular design with pierced hearts around oval border supported on a single pedestal with five cabriole legs, some restoration, 28 cm diameter x 36 cm high £80-120
11.     An Arts and Crafts copper lantern, the shaped top supporting a pierced and glazed lantern, some glass panels missing, 49 cm high £100-150
12.     A brass peacock fan spark guard with griffin decoration, 63 cm high together with a gilt gesso pricket candlestick, 102 cm high and modern brass compendium set £60-80
13.     A pair of wrought iron white painted foliate wall hanging candle sconces, approx 75 cm £60-80
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15.     A Victorian King's Screw Narrow-Rack bone handled cork screw, 20 cm £60-80
16.     An American cast iron National Dayton Ohio shop till with ornate floral design and ceramic front af, 44 cm wide x 42 cm high x 40.5 cm deep £100-150
17.     A collection of metalware, including a brass oil lamp, an Art Nouveau tray and other items etc £50-100
18.     A Huntley and Palmers Kate Greenaway circular biscuit tin with garden party, and erotic scenes 1972, 20.5 cm diameter £50-100
19.     A pair of bronze hollow cast rope twist wall sconces, twin branch, 67 cm including bulb £50-80
20.     Three large copper twin handled preserve pans, largest 44 cm diameter, 40 cm diameter and 35 cm diameter (3) £100-150
21.     A pair of early 20th century Viennese cold painted bronze owls, both modelled with wings slightly out stretched on leather bound brass buckle book and green onyx plinth bases 14 cm high (2) £400-600
22.     A Middle Eastern copper globular planter with decorative borders, 38 cm diameter £50-100
23.     A large William IV copper measure, with inscription 4 Imperial, 36 cm high together with two copper kettles with acorn finial's and a brass dog head fire iron (4) £40-60
24.     A pair of gilt bronze wall sconces, of naturalistic leaf design, two branch, wired for electric, 52 cm high x 32 cm wide £50-100
25.     A collection of miscellaneous silver plate and copper including a pair of brass Middle Eastern pepper grinders, silver plated centre piece and other items £50-100
26.     A copper and brass coal scuttle, a brass electrolier, Japanese style model of a stork and a set of scales (4) £50-100
27.     A modern continental Tinchi lamp base, modelled as a parrot upon a branch, the blue glass mottled body with metalware head and base on hardstone plinth, marked 1998 and Tinchi, 44 cm high £100-150
28.     A spelter mantel clock, with eight day movement surmounted by a winged cherub playing the lyre, after Moreau, af £50-100
29.     An art deco style bronze figure of flapper dancer, signed H Dicupart on shaped base, 39 cm high £100-200
30.     A modern equestrian bronze, modelled as a polo player on pony, on hardstone base, 39 cm high x 34 cm wide £150-200
31.     A modern cast study of standing stag on rectangular plinth, 34 cm high £50-100
32.     A contemporary bronze study of a bull elephant head on black marble plinth base, 38 cm high £100-150
33.     A 19th Century continental copper kettle on stand with white opaque glass handles, 42 cm high together with a copper kettle with turned wooden handle £50-100
34.     An octagonal brass coal bin with domed lid together with a pair of fire dogs and a set of three fire irons and associated toasting fork £50-80
35.     A late 18th/early 19th Century navette shaped filigree worked hinged box, silver plated, floral decoration centred with an oval panel decorated with hair depicting a rural scene of shepherd and flock against a willow tree and cottage in distance, 9 cm x 2.5 cm x 1 cm £100-150
36.     A 19th Century spelter bronzed bust of Gladstone on socle and plinth base, 23 cm high £40-60
37.     A 19th century bronze study of a pine cone, 8 cm long £100-120
38.     A modern brass clock garniture, the ornate mantle clock surmounted with a horse and rider, two four branch candle sticks, having a French drum movement (3) £80-120
39.     An Art Nouveau Newlyn style copper dish decorated with stylised seaweed and roundels with a sunken raised centre, 25 cm diameter together with an Arts and Crafts naturalistic cast iron and copper kettle and stand £50-100
40.     A brass and copper coaching horn, together with two measures, a J S & S jug, a pair of bellows with galleon decorations, various horse brasses and martingales £50-80
41.     Three toleware metal trunks £50-100
42.     A collection of tins, including Oxo and tobacco and others £30-50
43.     An Indian copper spitoon with a frieze of mythical beasts, 17 cm high x 30 cm diameter together with an African terracotta globular pot (2) £50-100
44.     An 18th Century Royal Exchange lead fire mark, of oval shape surmounted by crown, above number 61166 on panel, 23 cm high x 19 cm wide £50-100
45.     A Staunton set of chess men with weighted bases, the rooks and knights marked with red crown, the two kings both marked London Jacques in baize lined hardwood box. £200-300
46.     A travelling chess board with chess men by W H Smith & Sons, the fold out leather board with blue baize lined interior with carved bone white and red stained peg chess men £80-120
47.     A 19th Century bone set of chess men in natural and stained red, all on turned circular bases (32) £80-120
48.     A 19th Century B & Co turned wood set of chess men in boxwood and ebonised wood £80-120
49.     A 19th Century walnut miniature tripod table, the circular tilt top quarter veneered, inlaid with satinwood on an ornate scroll base, 18 cm diameter £150-250
50.     A 20th Century painted tin hanging shop model of a sailfish, 151 cm long £200-300
51.     An octagonal pietra dura inlaid panel centred with a mother of pearl Indian temple, possibly the Taj Mahal surrounded by a malachite and alabaster and red jasper floral border, 34 cm square £200-300
52.     A small collection of Franklin Mint presentation knives, with display case and pouches £50-100
53.     A cased set of gold plated Parker 61 fountain pen and ball point, together with a two Waterman pens, a Parker Duofold with 14ct nib and others £100-150
54.     A collection of oak moulding planes, mostly named, various types etc £50-100
55.     A Victorian oak and iron cart wheel, the central cog marked B566, 105 cm diameter £50-100
56.     A Royal Mint bronze NRA medal for Special Distinction from the Kings Trophy Competition, medal stamped with sculptures, initials PM in leather case £50-100
57.     A 19th Century Napoleonic lead plaque depicting Napoleon and Josephine by Andrieu, the circular plaque with profiles the couple in a gilt metal surround surmounted with laurel wreath, 22 cm high x 16 cm diameter £200-300
58.     A Prada Milano Saffiano Lux hand bag, in 'Granato and Talc' with original sleeve, and carryout bag, guarantee card dated Jun 17 2016 from Prada Vancouver £600-800
59.     A Mont Blanc silver Etoile ball point pen, with engine turned body and cap, diamond set top under cabouchon glass, marked to reverse 925, boxed with booklets £300-500
60.     A Georgian mahogany fret carved mirror, with gilded exotic bird, 73 cm x 43 cm £60-100
61.     A large collection of card games, boxed, together with a modern cased Mah Jong set and an unopened chess set etc £50-100
62.     A Corinthian 2IT bagatelle board, mahogany veneer, and pins, 76 cm x 39 cm £40-60
63.     A pair of 1900's J H Steward ivory opera glasses together with two cased sets of travelling scales, an amber cheroot holder, aide memoire and other items £50-100
64.     A set of six cased Irish 'Dainty Ladies' lawn handkerchief crackers, with Swiss embroidered decoration in original box £30-50
65.     A collection of late 19th and 20th Century walking canes and parasols including an Asian carved bamboo cane with decorative snake design, ebony swagger stick, a black lace parasol with curly bamboo handle and various others £50-100
66.     A Thomas Smith & Sons of Herstmonceux set of three hand made Royal Sussex trugs together with an aluminium watering can £60-80
67.     A Royal Crown Derby twin handled together with two clay pipes, various items of blue and white china including Chinese, Japanese, Delftware and other items £50-100
68.     A 19th Century brass and bone corkscrew together with silver pepper, Art Deco leather desk clip calendar, 9 ct gold amber cigar holder, a pair of chrome and leather fold out field glasses with compass, a miniature Otis King's calculator and other items £100-200
69.     A large modern bronze figure, modelled as a Geisha, on a hardstone plinth base 50 cm high £150-250
70.     A large gilt baroque style over mantel mirror with shell and scroll design, 130 cm x 80 cm £50-100
71.     An Edwardian bone letter opener and dip pen, pipe tamper with Stanhope of Crystal Palace £60-80
72.     An early 20th Century black and gilt Winchester City shop sign, for Malkin & Sons Dyers & Cleaners, 75 Kingsgate Street, 55 cm x 41 cm together with a quantity of bakelite desk calendars, a set of playing cards from the 1950s depicting beauties from around the world and a C A Wedderburn of Southampton set of shop scales (af) £50-100
73.     A cased George Cecil Nixon horoscope set, the rectangular box with horoscopes by month and date, not all complete. Some unopened, 48 cm wide x 26.5 cm deep x 19 cm high £50-100
74.     A collection of Art Deco shop stock table games, including three bakelite cased bridge sets, a cased set of draughts, boxed darts, Holy Bible and other items £50-100
75.     A collection of shop stock fountain pens, with gold nibs by Burnham, Stephens, Mentmore and others together with a shop date stamp, scales and ink pad £50-100
76.     A set of five graduated Cartier watch displays (5) £60-100
77.     A 19th century Anglo-Indian bone chess set (32) £100-120
78.     An A W Gamage Limited mahogany fold out country house table billiard board with green baize with nine boxwood recesses all numbered, the edge with peg counters, together with ivory balls, pegs and replacement cues £100-200
79.     A late 18th/early 19th Century ivory carved handle modelled as a horse's head with flared nostrils, bridal and carved mane on a steel studded handle, 14 cm high £120-180
80.     Four large terracotta urns, 53 cm diameter x 68 cm high. Together with a smaller example (5) £200-300
81.     A vintage stone, wood and iron knife sharpener, 136 cm long x 94 cm high £100-120
82.     A cased Mah Jong set, white and red plastic counters, with in a fitted case 36 cm wide £40-60
83.     A pair of reproduction cut glass and metal table lustres, with prism tops, blue glass supports on hardstone plinth bases, 40 cm high x 30 cm wide together with a blue and white basin 100-150 £100-150
84.     A 20th Century adjustable artist's easel by Dekorima, 210 cm high £50-100
85.     A contemporary bronzed garden sculpture of a horse lowering it's head to feed, 135 cm high x 194 cm wide £3000-5000
86.     A Russian Icon on wooden board, with white metal surround, depicting Jesus Christ, 22 cm x 18 cm £150-200
87.     A cased set of brass balance scales for upto 250g 49 cm x 42 cm x 23 cm together with two banks of collectors drawers, each cabinet having four long drawers with metal handles, 31 cm wide x 26 cm high x 24.5 cm deep (3) £50-100
88.     Three Art Deco leather suitcases, one by Jays of London together with a bound canvas trunk (4) £60-80
89.     A 1900s spelter model of a dromedary camel, 21 cm high, together with a another model of an Elephant and three smaller examples and an ebony example £50-100
90.     A set of six pewter Urania Art Nouveau plates, decorated with sinuous trees and stylised leaves, 22 cm diameter marked to base (6) £200-250
91.     An Edwardian ebony, horn and gilt metal mounted walking stick, with presentation plaque Presented to Mr Rt Walton by his work people July 1905 93 cm high, together with an antler and bamboo riding crop 56 cm long, and a copper coaching horn (3) £60-80
92.     A collection of miscellaneous items including a score board, cased set of fish eaters, glass crystal ball, billiard balls etc £50-100
93.     A collection of M J Elliott carved briar pipes, the smooth bowls with vulcanite hand cut stems all carved with game, shooting and fishing together with three lighters £50-100
94.     A quantity of various British and world coinage including crowns etc £50-100
95.     A Windsor and Newton artist's easel, a travelling example with fitted cabinet with paints and brushes and a red painted enamel example £100-150
96.     A set of treen miniature carpet bowls, marked 1-4 with ivory roundels (5), an ebony and ivory part of bagpipes, pair of Chinese bone figures, mother of pearl crucifixes, a cased modern carving set etc £50-100
97.     A collection of approximately 25 wooden picture frames, various sizes, together with a quantity of mounts £30-50
98.     A collection of opera glasses, including some field examples, some in mother of pearl, others in leather, some cased, a quantity £50-100
99.     A pair of alabaster and marble bookends, marked Belgique 1945, 12 cm high £50-100
100.    A leather travelling case together with a set of postal scales, a set of travelling scales, a pair of binoculars, a pair of spectacles, a gun sight, Singer sewing machine and an Angle poise lamp, also in the lot various albums, schoolboy stamp album, postcards etc £50-100
101.    A collection of thirteen mixed media inkwells from 18th - 20th Century including an 18th Century mahogany carved thistle example, another novelty of a cricket ball, a glass and chrome example marked SO, a Victorian brass example, a George V silver capstan example, a Goldsmiths & Silversmiths silver example, three others and a Edward VII silver topped stamp container £300-400
102.    A collection of children's early 20th Century toys, including doll's house furniture, a German silver horse and cart, a zinc alloy child's iron, a coal painted bronze horse, and various other items £100-150
103.    An early 20th Century die-cast figure group of a pair of walking toads supporting a staff on their shoulders, surmounted on a naturalistic lily pad base, 21 cm £50-80
104.    A collection of late 19th and early 20th Century marbles £30-40
105.    A Japanese boxwood carved seal, surmounted with a toad. Together with a turned oak Japanese brush/needle case £40-60
106.    An oak 20th Century artists easel with iron painted mounts, 158 cm high folded £50-100
107.    A collection of Works of Art, including 19th Century and later hardwood Chinese stands, pair of modern grape and vine wall brackets, pair of wooden painted vases and covers, pewter snuff dated 1799 with engraved lion crest and other items etc £100-120
108.    A 19th century souvenir paperweight from Cheltenham, the pietra dura rectangular plaque inlaid with hardstones, in black marble frame and centred with black marble plaque stating Cheltenham, the base having contemporary oval label Royal Museum Cheltenham, 13.5 cm wide x 8 cm deep x 2 cm high £50-100
109.    Two 19th Century graduated collectors cabinets together with three specimen cabinets for insects, butterflies and moths with contents £150-250
110.    A 19th Century glass dome and plinth, 25 cm high together with another smaller, 15 cm high and a domed 100 hour brass mantel clock by Fisher, 32 cm high £50-100
111.    A pair of 19th Century brass candlesticks, 30 cm high together with a brass chamber stick, a collection of hardwood stands, a collection of ivory backed brushes and other items £50-100
112.    A large Union flag, a quantity of Union bunting, various other flags, a French linen and fabric table cloth and napkins, a large mahogany Georgian cutlery tray, a cased set of bone handled knives and a rectangular ebony and tortoiseshell wall mirror £150-200
113.    A pair of royal coat of arm carvings, the oak models depicting lion rampant holding a shield with king's crown above harp, the other of a wyvern with shield and king's crown above rose, 42 cm and 40 cm high together with a copper plate engraving with the royal crest 15 cm x 9.5 cm (3) £50-100
114.    An oak and brass bound coopered barrel, ovoid shape with transfer printed crest of lion and white horse, 62 cm high x 40 cm wide x approx 26 cm together with a leather and copper peat bucket, 28 cm high x 30 cm (2) £50-100
115.    A Conway Stewart fountain pen with gold nib, matching pencil, and Platignum fountain pen £50-80
116.    A cased £250 Harrods silver plated medallion in green velvet case £100-150
117.    A 19th Century pine student lap desk containing a collection of miscellaneous items including a Huntley & Palmers biscuit tin handbag box, a two tone mesh lady's evening bag, thimbles, playing cards and other items £80-120
118.    A Russian silver gilt icon, the glazed picture with silver gilt engine turned cover, with portrait of a saint 21 cm x 20 cm £120-180
119.    A mahogany three tier folding cake stand, together with a Capo di Monte figural table lamp surmounted with lady seated with basket of flowers and songbirds £50-100
120.    Three resin Art Deco style figures, female dancers £100-150
121.    A contemporary bronzed garden sculpture of three boys in a fishing boat, indistinctly signed and stamped to rear of boat, 210 long x 79 cm deep x 167 high £800-1200
122.    A collection of works of art including a 19th Century silhouette, a 19th Century brass embossed oval portrait of a cardinal, brass napkin ring, Indian oval snuff box, mother of pearl and 9 ct gold cigarette holder, silver plated 19th Century ivory paper knife and other items £50-100
123.    A Rowley Gallery Art Deco triptych mirror, the painted wooden surround with stylised floral and leaf design, marked verso, 69 cm high x 87 cm max wide £80-120
124.    A set of miniature leather bound Shakespeare volumes in an oak book trough, 23 cm wide. Together with various Bryant & May card games, Alfred the Elephant book, and other items £60-80
125.    A collection of papier mache items including an oval gilt decorated tray, a mother-of-pearl inlaid glove box, a rectangular dish, a tea caddy, and other items £50-100
126.    A 19th Century bronze bust of Mozart, on a green hardstone base, 18 cm high. Together with a spelter table light modelled as a knight in armour mounted on a battle dressed horse, 18 cm high (af) (2) £100-120
127.    A Chinese carved ivory and mother-of-pearl desk seal, a Japanese Meiji period netsuke, a Georgian silver and whale bone toddy label, a hardwood stand, and various other items £120-180
128.    An Edwardian silver and bamboo umbrella, an ivory handled and silver topped umbrella, and a horn handled cane (3) £60-80
129.    A small collection of Chinese mother-of-pearl gaming counters £40-60
130.    A collection of gold and silver thimbles, all with various engine turned and engraved decoration, including two mediaeval examples and three base metal £200-300
131.    A collection of modern lighters including two Dunhill gold plated examples, a Cartier Briquet example and two others £60-80
132.    A Parker 51 fountain pen with burgundy body and chromed cap with clip £50-100
133.    A pair of brass greyhound firesides, a pair of modern raku pottery stands, an oak framed aneroid barometer and a painted samovar £50-100
134.    An Arts and Crafts white metal and enamel decorated hand mirror, the bevelled mirror with fan and tapered handle mounted with cabouchon amethyst with enamel decoration to reverse of a couple in Grecian costume in temple, 18.5 cm £120-180
135.    An oval Victorian brass framed mirror with bevelled glass surmounted with lion mask, 85 cm x 55 cm £50-100
136.    A part Worcester blush ivory coffee set together with a part art deco glass liquor set, a North African silver plated belt, an Egyptian silver pot and cover, a silver plated amethyst glass box and cover, amber brooch mounted in silver and a paste pendant £50-100
137.    A Chinese hardwood and hardstone jewellery cabinet mounted in brass with stylised bats, knots, the panel doors opening to reveal fitted interior, 22 cm high x 15 cm wide x 12 cm deep £50-100
138.    A resin model of a ram by Edward Roberts of Exeter 1987 on plinth base, 30 cm wide x 27 cm high x 20 cm deep £100-150
139.    A collection of nursery ware, including Beatrix Potter books, two Beswick figures, and various other ceramics including a Chinese tea bowl and saucer etc £100-120
140.    Two novelty carved wooded decanter/bottle stoppers, modelled as a gentleman with his cigar and an exotic fish painted red with felt fins smoking a cigar, both with music boxes, together with an oak gavel, a pin cushion and a James Walker oak mantle clock with silvered dial and Arabic numerals (5) £50-100
141.    A Victorian oak canteen of bone handled knifes with carving set £100-200
142.    A quantity of Alpine and badge mounted walking sticks including various ice picks, scouting mounted sticks, a quantity from Switzerland, some with engraved edelweiss decoration, decorated with Interlaaken etc £50-100
143.    A quantity of hazel, hawthorn, birch and other walking sticks, staffs etc £50-100
144.    A quantity of miscellaneous items including binoculars, barometers, fold out cameras, field telephone etc £50-100
145.    A pair of Edwardian glass photograph frames containing photographs of a young girl, a continental glass miniature table display, a meerschaum and amber cased pipe, a carved briar pipe, Black Forest example, novelty brass pig vesta, brass Indian paint container, various North African daggers £100-150
146.    A contemporary mixed media triple helix bronze sculpture on plinth base having indistinct signature to base, 33 cm high, together with a contemporary pottery iron glazed footed bowl, 24.5 cm high £100-150
147.    A small quantity of costume jewellery, including a three row string of simulated pearls with silver plated and paste floral clasp, a DKNY lady's wristwatch, rosary and other items £50-100
148.    A 19th Century oval malachite pendant, the yellow metal surround with cabouchon stones to edge, with box back, on an associated graduated malachite bead necklace £120-180
149.    A collection of amber jewels, comprising an oval pendant with silver chain, silver bar, silver bracelet. Together with an ivory corn on the cob needle holder, a pair of mother-of-pearl earrings, a gold propelling pencil, and other items £120-180
150.    A quantity of costume jewellery including a simulated cherry amber necklace, cameo pendant, brooches and other items £40-60
151.    A collection of costume jewellery including beads, gilt metal chains, cameo brooch and other items including a quantity of early 1980s rock band badges £50-100
152.    A small collection of silver and white metal jewels including a converted silver belt buckle brooch, a white metal continental bracelet, an Egyptian style brooch together with two Victorian double florins and three crowns £50-100
153.    A 9ct gold and paste set dress ring, together with an aqua and seed pearl bar brooch, a single gold cufflink, a pair of amethyst gold ear studs and two 9 ct gold bangles, total weight 30g £250-350
154.    An Edwardian diamond and sapphire and seed pearl bow brooch, the diamond set bow above alternating mixed cut sapphires and bouton pearls together with a gold enamel diamond monogrammed bracelet with diamond set D and a continental silver gilt filigree leaf brooch set with turquoise stones £150-250
155.    An Edwardian rolled gold half hunter fob watch with 9 ct gold fob chain together with a quantity of gold lady's watches and another open faced rolled gold fob £150-250
156.    An Edwardian tourmaline, seed pearl and ruby Holbein style pendant, the central green stone surrounded by four cruciform clusters centred with seed pearls surrounded by mixed cut rubies with ruby and seed pearl bale £150-200
157.    A silver chain mesh evening purse, 12 cm x 11 cm together with two silver plated examples (3) £50-100
158.    A George V silver cruet set, comprising a pepper pot, silver salt and a mustard, Birmingham 1910 makers George Unite, together with a silver plated circular tray £40-60
159.    A George V silver and tortoiseshell trinket box, on bracket feet, a pair of Georgian sugar nips, two silver salts, a cased set of shell backed spoons, and other silver plated items etc £120-180
160.    A pair of modern silver filled candlesticks, a collection of silver backed dressing table items and a George V silver cased travelling shaving brush with plamished body, London 1910 £100-150
161.    A George VI silver footed octagonal bowl with ribbon and shell rim, by Adie Bros Birmingham 1933, 14 ozt £100-150
162.    A modern silver commemorative Garrard & Co cigarette box presented by Rank Precision Industries Ltd 25 Club to Stanley R Whiteley together with a set of six silver cased coffee spoons £50-100
163.    A George VI silver salver of circular ogee form supported on three scroll bracket feet, Sheffield 1925, 20 ozt £150-250
164.    A white metal coin mounted wine taster, 'tastevin', centred with a Maria Thaler coin, 9.5 cm wide £40-60
165.    An Ottoman silver plated table top samovar and stand with matched bowl samovar 22 cm high tray 20 cm wide, together with a two North African bowls largest 27 cm diameter (5) £80-120
166.    A silver plated and glass decanter set, the hobnail cut decanters with cut glass faceted stoppers, 33 cm wide x 30 cm high x 12 cm deep, together with a twin handled silver plated bottle coaster 18 cm high (2) £50-100
167.    A six place canteen of cutlery by Roberts and Belk, Sheffield £50-100
168.    A cased canteen of Queens pattern silver plated cutlery £50-100
169.    A quantity of silver plate to include a large meat dish with tree drainer, a quantity of golfing tankards £50-100
170.    A silver plated claret jug with naturalistic bamboo handle and hobnail cut glass body together with a silver plated circular cruet and bottles, set of fish eaters and a cased chrome fruit set £50-80
171.    A three piece silver plated tea set, a part cased set of mother of pearl and silver plated fruit knives and forks, a quantity of old English pattern silver plated cutlery and various items of pewter. £50-100
172.    Two Indian spherical brass bowls, each with engraved decoration on three feet, 12 cm and 10.5 cm diameter £50-100
173.    A 19th Century Chinese carved ivory chess set in white and stained red decorated with emperors and elephants, riders on horse back, all surmounting miniature puzzle balls £100-200
174.    A cased set of Indian chess men, all pieces carved with either elephants, camels or horses in boxwood and ebony in fitted velvet case £60-100
175.    A pair of early 20th Century Chinese painted wooden dragon heads, each 90 cm long (2) (one af) £300-500
176.    A Chinese blue and white archaic shaped sleeve vase, with blossom design, four character mark, 20 cm high £50-100
177.    A collection of Asian works of art including resin figures, spelter model of an elder, brass dog of fo and other items £50-100
178.    A collection of hardstone and organic Asian works of art including a carved fluorite bowl in a pink colourway together with a vegetable ivory carved model of a toad, two boxwood carved netsukes and a quantity of agate carved animals and seal weights £100-150
179.    Two pairs of Chinese bamboo decorated vases, each with landscape scenes, 32.5 cm and 21 cm high together with a single example decorated with elders in landscape, 28 cm high, carved bear together with two cut glass decanters and a 19th Century beadwork tray £50-100
180.    A large Chinese porcelain jardiniere, famille rose palette having four cartouches decorated with warriors, dignitaries in exteriors and elders against a blue ground heightened in gilt, 40 cm diameter x 35 cm high £300-500
181.    An Indian wooden painted dressing table set with bird and flower design, together with a cloisonne plate, af £50-100
182.    A pair of Chinese boxwood figures, circa 1910, modelled as a fisher boy and a girl selling fruit, each 9 cm high together with a Chinese hardwood inlaid circular plaque, 25 cm diameter, a modern hardwood Chinese bone inlaid zodiac compass and a Japanese Noh theatre doll in box £50-100
183.    A modern Chinese porcelain famille rose decorated vase, with figures in a fenced landscape below a immortal on flying dragon with inverted neck and splayed rim, six character mark to base, 43 cm high £50-100
184.    Two Meiji period Japanese cloisonne vases, of ovoid form with floral decoration, one with tones of blue, 15 cm high, the other with ruby ground, 11.5 cm high £50-100
185.    Three large Japanese Meiji period pottery vases, one decorated with seated figures in a landscape, 34 cm high, two larger ovoid examples (3) £100-120
186.    A collection of Chinese Kut Hing Swatow pewter tea and coffee ware, including tea pot, milk jug, sugar bowl and cover, circular tray, coffee pot and other items etc £80-120
187.    An 18th Century Chinese bronze censer on stand, the bowl of squat globular form with twin lug handles on circular spreading foot with six character mark to underside, stand not marked, 18 cm wide x 10 cm max high £400-600
188.    An 18th Century Chinese bronze twin handled censer, the circular straight body with flared rim and square handles on three bun feet with six character mark to base, 12 cm wide a 8.5 cm high £300-500
189.    A Chinese palm wood carved brush pot, of archaic shape on four bracket supports, 20.5 cm high x 18 cm wide £80-120
190.    A Chinese jade pendant, of disc shape decorated with bats, salamanders and mythical bird like figures, with pierced centre, 6 cm diameter £100-200
191.    A late 18th/early 19th Century Chinese porcelain famille rose bowl, the exterior with four roundels decorated with lanterns, vases filled with flowers, against a yellow worked ground heightened in floral design having blue and white interior decoration supported on small circular foot with six character blue underglazed mark, 14.5 cm diameter 6.5 cm high £80-120
192.    A small collection of Chinese paper card money £80-120
193.    An early 20th Century Indo Chinese wall hanging, the silk Chinese surround centred with painted Hindu panel, 79 cm x 49 cm £50-100
194.    A pair of Chinese lacquered hexagonal barrel stools, red ground with gilt decoration, 45 cm high (2) £100-120
195.    A collection of Indonesian and central Asian puppets, mostly painted wood, including a horse, three Indonesian examples, and two with white faces £50-80
196.    A Chinese cream silk embroidered shawl, with floral decoration and long tassels, together with a hardwood stand and two fruit wood carved frame tops (4) £50-100
197.    A Chinese carved hardwood carving, modelled as Scholar, on a naturalistic base, 29 cm high £80-120
198.    Two early 20th Century Chinese bronze figures, one modelled as an alder gathering sticks, 8 cm high, the other as a standing warrior with spear and ring, 12 cm high (2) £120-180
199.    A pair of 19th century blue and white baluster porcelain vases and covers, decorated with exotic birds and temple dog surmounted lids, 30 cm high £100-120
200.    A set of six Indian terracotta figurines, modelled as people in general life, painted in colours on circular bases 11 cm high (6) £50-100
201.    A late 19th century Indian ivory cruet, egg cups in a wooden pencil box £40-60
202.    A 19th century Chinese bronze censer, modelled as water buffalo, with lift off lid of a figure playing a pipe, 10 cm wide x 10 cm high £60-80
203.    An mid 20th Century Chinese porcelain lamp base, baluster form on pierced hardwood base, decorated with two women in a garden, and extensive character marks, 46 cm high £50-100
204.    An 18th Century Chinese porcelain tea caddy of flattened rectangular form with sloping shoulders and floral spray design together with another af, a Canton cylindrical dish possibly for paint and a famille rose chocolate cup and saucer af £100-150
205.    A Japanese Meiji period porcelain charger decorated with Asiatic pheasant together with another Japanese charger, 37 cm diameter a Japanese ginger jar and cover, 13 cm high £50-100
206.    A modern Chinese cork diorama, within a lacquered display case, modelled as pagodas within mountainous landscape, on bracket supports, 50 cm x 37 cm (excluding bracket supports) £100-150
207.    A pair of modern Chinese porcelain hexagonal vases, the bodies decorated with six panels, each with figures in a landscape holding flowers surrounded by floral ground having yellow bases, sloping shoulders and elephant mask handles, marked to base with red oxide six character mark, 57 cm high £200-300
208.    An antique Chinese bronze Archaic circular hand mirror, the disc with a patterned back, with loop hole for silk thread (now missing) 9.5 cm diameter £100-200
209.    Three Jadeite Jade and hardstone Chinese hairpins, each surmounted with figures and horses heads, 16 cm and 14 cm long (3) £100-200
210.    A hardstone carved Asian figure, modelled as a kneeing figure clutching large belly possibly a fertility figure, 12 cm long 8 cm wide and 3.5 cm deep £50-100
211.    A nephrite jade Chinese carving, modelled as a mythical Pixiu, 14.5 cm long 9 cm wide and 4 cm deep £50-100
212.    A Chinese carved hardstone bead bracelet, each cylindrical carved bead modelled as a head, each bead 2.2 cm long £100-200
213.    Four carved hardstone items, all pendants, modelled as a seated man in blue stone, a fish hook, turtle and another figure (4) £100-120
214.    A Chinese Jadeite Jade figure of a kneeling man with a ornate head dress, 5.8 cm high £60-100
215.    A collection of six Chinese hardstone figures, modelled as dragons, mythical figure heads and birds (6) £60-100
216.    A Chinese hardstone ornate carved travelling inkwell brush bowl, the shallow dish with smooth centre, having caved dragon verso and feathered rim, 7 cm £50-100
217.    A nephrite jade Chinese caved belt buckle, centred with a sleeping mythical beast upon a leaf, 6.2 cm long 5 cm deep £50-100
218.    A Chinese four fold painted three quarter height screen, with landscape with mill and mountains, outside panels 43 cm wide x 92 cm high, inner panels 41 cm wide £50-80
219.    A 19th Century Iznic decorated sleeve vase with floral design on a ceramic base surrounded by a spelter ornate support with domed lid with applied Buddha, 50 cm high £200-300
220.    A late 19th Century brass model of the laughing Buddha, 21 cm high x 22 cm wide £100-120
221.    A pair of Japanese Satsuma vases (af), two Japanese chargers, a Chinese ginger jar and cover, another smaller sleeve vase etc £50-100
222.    An Indonesian type horn spoon and an Indonesian bamboo container with a horse and rider lid, the spoon is decorated wit a dragon, and another wooden spoon. Container 30.5 cm high, the horn spoon 77 cm long. (3) £50-100
223.    A Kuba spear from Congo, 170.5 cm, together with a tourists spear, 120 cm (2) £50-100
224.    A Punu mask along with a Balinese mask, A Balinese puppet head having broken off its stand, two African tourist figures and a hand holding an egg. £50-100
225.    Three masks from the Ivory coast, Baule, We and a Bambara hyena mask, Along with a Ghanaian painting of a market and a piece of textile with red ground. Baule mask 30 cm high. We mask 29 cm high. Bambara mask 59 cm high. Painting 51 cm x 41 cm. Textile 25 cm x 22 cm. £50-100
226.    An Igbo Maiden Spirit mask, 56 cm high £50-100
227.    An Igbo Maiden Spirit mask, 51 cm high £50-100
228.    A Yoruba Gelede mask Nigeria, 49 cm high £50-100
229.    A large Dogon male figure, 86 cm high £60-80
230.    Three Ashanti female figures, 35cm, 29cm and 40cm high (3) £50-100
231.    An East African axe and a Benin carved coffer lid, Provenance: The axe was purchased at Christies 25/6/85 Axe 53cm high. Benin Panel 63cm x 41cm (2) £50-100
232.    A Chamba Male figure and a Mende female figure, 48cm and 58cm high (2) £60-80
233.    An Igbo mask with raffia decoration, 41 cm high £50-100
234.    A Senufo figure on horse, Provenance: It was purchased at Christies 25/6/85 42cm high. One of the horses legs has been replaced. £50-100
235.    Two senufo figures one male and one female, 69 cm and 43 cm high (2) £50-100
236.    A 1952 carved stuck with fox head. 'Old Berkley Hounds', 135 cm high £50-100
237.    A reproduction Benin bronze figure of a standing figure, wearing robes with one hand raised on a square base, 28 cm high £100-120
238.    An Aboriginal boomerang, Darling River New South Wales, with snaking decoration representing river 79.5 cm £200-400
239.    A group of Massai beadwork, including two beaded collars, pair of hide earrings, two bamboo, hide and beaded snuff containers, two horn snuff containers, three beaded and hide bracelets, finger instrument, gong, ostrich feather headdress, five Massai/Turkana bells, two pairs Turkana hide sandals, seven Nok style terracotta figures, axe blade and spade currency £100-200
240.    A Turkana headrest, with aluminium repairs £50-100
241.    A group of East African beadwork, some being Tutsi £50-100
242.    A group of African figure sand other items, including a Yoruba priest's staff top, group of Makonde type figures, Massai ostrich feather headdress, Philippines pig tooth necklace, two African spoons possibly Baule, Philippines Ifagao spoon, Algerian rug and curtain £50-100
243.    Three Pre-Columbian figurative Chancay storage jars, and figure, all Peruvian. Together with four Mayan style figures. Provenance: excavated onsite in 1960s £200-300
244.    A large Pre-Columbian Chancay vessel, along with three bowls, a large dish, all Peruvian. Provenance: excavated onsite in 1960s £100-200
245.    A Pre-Columbian Chancy bone flute, a spindle, umbilical cord, fragment of carved wood, all from Peru together with two oil lamps. Provenance: excavated onsite in 1960s £50-100
246.    An ancient Egyptian bronze mirror, 17.5 cm £50-100
247.    Two Peruvian textiles, a modern poncho, three textbooks on Pre-Columbian art and Ancient Peruvian textiles £50-100
248.    Two Zulu beadwork necklaces, Both missing there brass buttons and loupes and have wire holding them in shape. 38 cm and 21 cm high £60-80
249.    A group of Tibetan necklaces , Tsa-Tsa's etc, including two Tibetan Ghaus (travelling prayer boxes) each containing a tsa-tsa, one Ghau prayer boxes, four necklaces one having a scent bottle pendant, four pendants one with inset tsa-tsa, two tsa-tsa boxes, one tsa-tsa, a ring, a trinket box, a shawl and a pair of brass horses. (19) £50-100
250.    Three Tibetan coffee pots along with eleven burners, three coffee pots one with a feather, a butter lamp and 7 miniature, two incense burners in the form of Mahakala faces, a dish and a possible oil or butter lamp. Tallest coffee pot 24cm high. (15) £50-100
251.    Three Tibetan phurbus, four vajars and two ghanta bells, two of the phurbus are wooden, the longest is 37cm long. (10) £50-100
252.    A group of Tibetan deities and a stupa, including two figures of Shakyamuni one seated and the other standing, a figure of Quan-Yin, a stupa, a deity head and six other deities two standing. The tallest 17cm high. (11) £50-100
253.    Six Tibetan prayer wheels, drums and a mask, a shamans drum and another glazed terracotta drum a Mahakala mask. Two of the prayer wheels have no handles. Shamans drum 46cm long, mask 46cm tall. (9) £50-100
254.    Four Tibetan deities, two figures of Guru Padmasambhave, a figure of Bhaisajyguru and a figure of Milerpa. Tallest 26cm high. (4) £60-80
255.    Fanizani Akuda Zimbabwe carved head, in dark green serpentine, with a certificate from 'Just Zimbabwe ltd' 40 cm high £50-100
256.    A 19th century Inuit carved whale bone hunting spear, the shaft worked smooth with carved pommel, 146 cm long £300-500
257.    A collection of Royal Doulton character jugs including a large Old Mack, a small Sam Johnson and others, together with an Italian porcelain cherub figure of mandolin player etc £50-100
258.    An Imari ceramic jardiniere, decorated with floral motifs, 25.5 cm diameter x 22.5 cm high. Together with a colourless crackle glass jug and goblet, both heightened with gilt and with applied red glass snakes (3) £50-80
259.    A Clarice Cliff Bizzare range Liberty pattern footed bowl, painted in colours, printed factory mark to base, marked Liberty's, 13.5 cm diameter £50-80
260.    A collection of twelve Prattware pot lids, various scenes including Garibaldi, War and Peace, Pegwell Bay, the Village Wedding, Battle of the Nile and others, also in the lot four reproduction examples (16) £100-150
261.    A collection of prattware monochrome pot lids of various pastes including Cherry toothpaste, anchovy paste, Holloways ointment, shaving cream also in the lot a reproduction Bears Grease lid and other items £100-200
262.    A set of Robert Minton Taylor tiles, the set of four form a square to make up a Christian coptic cross with the surrounding legend 'I.H.S' with crowns to corners, marked to underside, total together 30.5 cm square together with two Maw & Co gothic tiles, 15 cm and 7.5 cm square £50-100
263.    A pair of Maw & Co pottery tiles, blue and white decoration of seaweed and shells, together with five tubeline decorated Victorian examples £50-80
264.    A quantity of garden edging tiles, the oxide glazed rectangular tiles with U shaped bases and decorative rope twist tops, each tile 23 cm x 17 cm (three boxes) £100-150
265.    A collection of Wedgwood commemorative Clarice Cliff inspired ceramics, produced exclusively during 1999 to commemorate the centenary of Clarice Cliff's birth, boxed, eight coffee cans and saucers including 'May Avenue', 'Windmill', 'Red Tree', 'Brookfields' and a conical sugar shaker, 'Red Roofs' (9) £100-200
266.    A collection of Royal Crown Derby paperweights, including seated bear with button, (second), mallard with button, sitting teddy bear with button, swimming duck with button, sleeping dormouse with button, meadow rabbit x 2 with buttons, sitting piglet with button, midnight teddy bear cook missing button, piglet x 2 with buttons, miniature teddy bear waving (Alice) missing button, mini teddy bear William missing button and blue duckling with button, all boxed £200-300
267.    A collection of Royal Crown Derby paperweights, unboxed, to include tortoise, sleeping spaniel, Misty, bank vole, teal duckling, bunny, catnip kitten, a large swan, all with buttons and a large carp missing button £100-200
268.    A collection of Karl Ens bird figures, including kingfisher, robin, thrush together with two stoneware Beswick animal figures and others (two boxes) £50-100
269.    A quantity of Royal Doulton character jugs, large size, to include The Lawyer, The Lobster Man, Old Salt, The Poacher etc £50-100
270.    A collection of Royal Doulton character jugs including The Bootmaker from Williamsburg, Jester, Old Charlie, Granny etc £50-100
271.    A collection of Royal Doulton character jugs including Merlin, The Cardinal, Falstaff, Mad Hatter, toby jug of Winston Churchill and others £50-100
272.    A miscellaneous collection of pottery character jugs including two French examples by Sarreguemines, a Beswick drunken soldier, various Beswick Dickens examples, Beswick Sairey Gamp teapot £50-100
273.    An Aldermaston pottery glazed plate, with inscription 'Meadow Farm Stud' floral design, together with a Reproduction Chinese porcelain Swan, a Masons ginger jar and cover, a jug, two resin plaques, a pair of 19th century brass ejector candlesticks, a set of pewter gills, copper tea pot and other items etc £60-100
274.    Two Art Deco Royal Copley pottery wall pockets, modelled as Japanese girls with coolie hats, 19 cm high together with two art deco pottery jugs modelled as birds, 16 cm and 15 cm high, af £50-100
275.    A Meissen painted square dish, having harbour decoration signed CS, second mark verso, gilt border, 24 cm square £80-120
276.    A Double Diamond Beswick advertising jug, modelled as a businessman racing to work on yellow base, printed factory mark to underside, 21 cm high together with four Guinness Wade advertising figures and three miniature Beswick whisky decanters £100-150
277.    A boxed Lladro figure, modelled as children in dog drawn sleigh on modern plinth, 25 cm high x 25 cm long (without plinth) £50-100
278.    A Wilkinson & Co 19th Century pottery transfer printed plate of pink aesthetic design together with a four lobed matching teapot, plate 23.5 cm square, teapot 10.5 cm high £50-100
279.    A pair of 19th Century Wedgwood blue and white Jasperware vases decorated with four cherubs depicting the seasons, 12.5 cm high together with various modern Jasperware items and a Davenport stone china jug £50-100
280.    A Royal Doulton flambe Rhino, marked to base, signed by artist PP, 43 cm wide x 23.5 cm high £150-200
281.    A pair of Royal Doulton flambe Dogs of Fo, limited edition collection BA 34 this being 235 of 250, 19 cm high £120-180
282.    A Royal Doulton limited edition peregrine falcon, HN 3541 no 388 of 2500 signed by artist on naturalistic plinth, 28.5 cm high max £100-150
283.    A continental bisque figurine modelled as a pair of girls wearing yellow bonnets, pink and blue dresses, one with ball, 30 cm high £50-100
284.    A pair of Japanese Kutani cylindrical vases, with sloping shoulders and flared rims, decorated with figures within a landscape, painted mark to underside, together with two plates, vases 30.5 cm high, plates 22 cm diameter (4) £100-120
285.    A quantity of Victorian and Edwardian souvenir ceramics, including crested china, commemorative ware, decorative china shoes, miniature jars and covers, Japanese gourds and other items (parcel) £50-100
A 19th century hand painted Wedgwood plate, having raised centre with portrait of a young women, surrounded by an ornate transfer printed border, with paper label to base A.I.E 1874 Annual International Exhibition, with painted artist monogram AP Alfred Powell, 43 cm diameter £200-300
287.    A collection of Clarice Cliff my garden pattern ware, including a tapered vase, a sugar sifter and a preserve jar and cover, printed factory mark to base of vase 27 cm high, sifter 15 cm high and jar and cover 11.5 cm high (3) £100-200
288.    Two Moorcroft baluster vases, tubelined floral decoration, painted in colours and printed and impressed marks to base 21 cm high (2) £120-180
289.    A Moorcroft ginger jar and cover, an ovoid vase and a boxed Moorcroft bowl dated 2000 (3) £120-180
290.    A collection of Clarice Cliff pottery, including an Autumn crocus salt, a floral pepper, a matched pair of triangular saucers and milk jug and sugar bowl (6) £80-120
291.    A Moorcroft pottery trial vase, decorated with a tubelined unicorn, against a blue ground with flowers, printed and impressed factory mark to base, 17 cm high £100-120
292.    A stoneware vase by Malcolm Pepper 1937-1980 the thrown pot with sloping shoulders, inverted neck and splayed rim, ash glaze with brush work decoration, marked to base, 20.5 cm high £50-100
293.    A collection of Poole pottery, including many two tone items and Freeform ware, together with Denby studio pottery jug, Honiton seahorse dish and other items £70-90
294.    A Delft ware charger, a modern Art Nouveau jug, an Aynsley ginger jar and cover, vase, plate, and jardiniere and other items etc £60-80
295.    A Beswick model of a lion, depicted standing on a naturalistic base £50-80
296.    A large Royal Doulton pottery character jug, modelled as the Clown £60-100
297.    Three Royal Doulton dog figures, modelled as a black and tan dachshund, and two white and tan terriers (3) £50-100
298.    A collection of Wade figures and animals, including a Panda ring tray £50-100
299.    A collection of Lomonosov Russian figures, modelled as tiger and polar bear cubs, together with a Royal Crown Derby paper weight and other items etc £100-120
300.    A collection of Beswick ceramics, mostly models of ponies, horses including a shire example (7) £60-100
301.    A Persian pottery bowl, central horse and rider decoration, with script to rim, 15.5 cm diameter £40-60
302.    A modern Meissen porcelain oval dish, boxed, together with a Meissen style salt, surmounted with a winged cherub, underglazed blue crossed swords mark to base (2) £60-100
303.    A pair of souvenir moon flasks for Arley Castle, a Jasperware style cruet set, two electro plated and pink glass floral salts, and other items £50-80
304.    A 19th Century stoneware two tone beer jug with moulded decoration of rural life centred with a tavern scene of punch drinkers and clay pipe smokers, 22 cm high together with a tomato continental porcelain shaped miniature teaset, a continental porcelain strawberry teapot, biscuit tin, enamel stamp box and a miniature circular tray £100-200
305.    A boxed Beswick model of a goat £50-100
306.    A Denby stoneware dinner service, Marrakesh pattern setting fro eight including eight dinner plates, eight side plates, four lunch plates, tureen and cover, vegetable bowl and vase £50-100
307.    A quantity of contemporary pottery mostly by the same artist circa 1964 and onwards, in terracotta and stoneware using tenmoku glazes, ash and iron resist decoration having various influences from the orient to models of pigs reclining female nudes, tea bowls, organic forms and others together with a terracotta plaque by Barbara Hughes titled 'Spring' £200-300
308.    Three Royal Doulton figures modelled as puppies, all in baskets, Cocker Spaniel HN 2586, HN 2587 and three in a basket HN 2588 (3) £100-120
309.    A set of three graduated Royal Doulton cocker spaniels with pheasants, HN 1137, HN 1138 and HN 1662 (3) £120-180
310.    Four Royal Doulton graduated figures modelled as liver spaniels with pheasants, HN 001D, 1028, HN 1028 and HN 1029 (4) £150-250
311.    Two Royal Doulton figurines modelled as dachshunds, one in black and tan, the other tan with smudged HN number together with Royal Doulton pekinese HN 1012 (3) £60-80
312.    Four Royal Doulton graduated orange roan cocker spaniel figures, HN 1002, HN 1030, HN 1030 and HN 1037 (4) £150-250
313.    Three Royal Doulton blue roan cocker spaniel figures, HN 1108, HN 1109, and HN 1078 (3) £100-150
314.    Two Royal Doulton figurines, Scottish terriers, HN 1015 and HN 1016 (2) £60-80
315.    A collection of Royal Doulton figurines modelled as cats, Images of Nature Playtime HN 3893, Yesterdays Doulton Fairs, pussycat on hind legs HN 2582 a pair of siamese and three others (7) £100-150
316.    Four Royal Doulton spaniels, two modelled standing HN 2517 and K9 two modelled sleeping HN 2590 and HN 2585 (4) £100-150
317.    Three Royal Doulton terrier figures, Sealyham HN 1032, fox terrier HN 1014 (af) and airedale HN 1024 (3) £80-120
318.    Four Royal Doulton Tracey Witch of Ware figures, all blue roan, HN 1000, Lucky Star of Ware HN 1000, HN 1020, HN 1021 (4) £150-250
319.    Three Royal Doulton gold cocker spaniels, HN 1186, HN 1187 and HN 1188 (3) £120-180
320.    Four Royal Worcester bisque figures of gundogs with game, modelled by Doris Lindner including Labrador, Yellow Labrador, Springer Spaniel and Cocker Spaniel (4) £120-180
321.    Four Royal Worcester bisque sporting dogs, three modelled by Doris Lindner Irish Setter, English Pointer, Golden Retriever and another English pointer (4) £120-180
322.    Two Royal Worcester sporting dogs modelled by Doris Lindner comprising Irish Setter and Cocker Spaniel with Game signed to base and green backstamp (2) £100-150
323.    Two Royal Worcester cocker spaniels, one black, one tan numbered 3033 and another numbered 2944 also in the lot a Royal Worcester F G Doughty figure 'Three's Company' (4) £100-150
324.    Three Royal Worcester figures of sporting dogs, including two labradors with game birds and an Irish Setter (3) £100-150
325.    Two boxed Royal Worcester sporting dogs, one modelled and signed by Doris Lindner, Pointer and a Golden Retriever 3309 (2) £100-150
326.    A Royal Worcester figurine, Princess Grace and foal modelled by Doris Lindner limited edition no 19/750 on plinth base, with certificate £250-350
327.    A Royal Worcester figurine, Percheron Stallion modelled by Doris Lindner, missing plinth. £120-180
328.    A Royal Worcester figurine, Huntsman and Hounds modelled by Doris Lindner No 3115 RD 806514 £150-200
329.    A Royal Worcester figurine, Merano and Cap Raimondo d'Inzeo £200-300
330.    A Royal Worcester figurine, Grundy and Pat Eddery modelled after Doris Lindner on plinth with certificate limited edition 60/500, boxed £250-350
331.    A Royal Worcester figurine, Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman modelled by Doris Lindner, with plinth and certificate limited edition 466/500 and catalogue £200-300
332.    A Royal Worcester figurine, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh modelled by Doris Lindner with plinth and limited edition certificate 126/750 £150-250
333.    A Royal Worcester figurine HRH The Princess Anne on Doublet modelled by Doris Lindner marked to base artists copy, on plinth £300-500
334.    Royal Doulton Snow White figurines comprising Snow White SW 9 (boxed), Grumpy's Bathtime SW 20 (boxed), Doc SW 10 (boxed), Grumpy SW 11 (boxed), Sneezy SW 14 (boxed), Happy SW 12 (boxed), Bashful SW 16 (boxed), Sleepy SW 15 (boxed), Dopey SW 13 (unboxed), Bashful's Melody SW 18 (unboxed) and a limited edition Disney Princess Collection Snow White with certificate 460/200 HN 3678, Dopey by Candlelight SW 17 (boxed), Dopey's First Kiss SW 21 on plinth base with certificate 47/2000 (boxed) (13) £150-250
335.    Two Royal Doulton Disney Showcase Collection limited edition figures from Fantasia 2000 including Buckets of Mischief FAN 2 627/2000 and Follow Me FAN 1 506/2000 (both boxed with certificates) £50-100
336.    Four boxed Royal Doulton Guild of Specialist China and Glass Retailers Gold Edition figurines comprising Spring Posy HN 3916, Summer Blooms HN 3917, Autumn Flowers HN 3918 and Winter Bouquet HN 3919 (4) £100-150
337.    A collection of boxed Royal Doulton figurines comprising Clara Hamps signed and dated to base HN 4162, Moonlight Stroll HN 3954, Sarah signed and dated Barbados HN 3852, Jane HN 3711 with certificate, The Queen Mother HN 4086 with certificate (af), Sally HN 4160 signed and dated with certificate limited edition 819/1500 and New Baby HN 3712 (7) £100-150
338.    A collection of five Royal Doulton figurines comprising Sarah HN 3857 with certificate limited edition no 854/1996, Hometime HN 3685, Beat You to it HN 2871, Thanks Doc HN 2731 and It Won't Hurt HN 2963 (5) £50-100
339.    Four Royal Doulton figurines comprising For You HN 3863, Fair Lady HN 2193, Rosie HN 4094 and Joy HN 4053 (4) £50-100
340.    Four Royal Doulton figurines comprising The Laird HN 2361, Joy HN 3875, Amanda HN 3635 and Sentimental Greetings HN 4250 (4) £50-100
341.    A Royal Worcester sleeve vase, with painted stag and doe decoration in highland landscape, signed H Stinton, puce mark to base no 161, 26.5 cm high £800-1200
342.    A Royal Worcester twin handled vase had painted with highland cattle in landscape signed J Stinton, puce factory mark, 24 cm high £500-800
343.    A Royal Worcester blush ivory dolphin and shell comport with green factory mark to base no 49, 10.5 cm high £50-80
344.    A collection of Royal Worcester to include a jar and cover with painted peacock by F J Bray, green factory mark to base, 14 cm high, a peacock decorated vase with crimped rim and bulbous base signed F J Bray, green factory mark to base 8 cm high, (3 including lid) £180-220
345.    A Royal Worcester bottle vase with reticulated shoulders and slender neck and splayed rim, decorated with pheasant and grouse in landscape, signed J A S Stinton, puce mark, 18.5 cm high £160-180
346.    A Royal Worcester blush ivory squat vase, decorated with a robin on a gilt branch, green mark to base, 8 cm high £70-90
347.    An ovoid vase with pheasant decoration by J AS Stinton, 10 cm high, green mark to base £300-500
348.    A Royal Worcester twin handled pot pourri and cover by Harry Davis with landscape scene of horse and rider and bridge over meandering river, verso with landscape detail, on a tapered stem on square plinth base with puce mark to underside, 23 cm high £1000-1500
349.    A Royal Worcester twin handled vase on ornate pierced plinth base decorated with kitten amongst flowers by C Baldwyn, blue underglaze mark to base, RD 299997, no 1942, 16.5 cm high £500-700
350.    A Royal Worcester vase and cover, the tapered twin handled body with gilt rim having swept circular stem and foot with ornate pierced lid, signed to lower right Stinton, puce mark to base, 21 cm high £400-600
351.    A Royal Worcester ovoid vase, with painted highland cattle scene by Harry Stinton with tapering neck and flared rim on circular spreading foot, puce mark to base no 302, 17.5 cm high £400-600
352.    A Royal Worcester reticulated urn and cover in blush ivory with ten segmented sections with a green and bronze glaze heightened in gilt having domed lid with tapered finial, 13.5 cm high £250-350
353.    A Royal Worcester porcelain globular bottle vase, decorated with highland cattle by H Stinton having decorative moulded shoulders above a swept neck with inverted and splayed rim on a small circular base, puce mark to underside no F 126, 13 cm high £300-500
354.    A Royal Worcester porcelain four sectioned squat vase with painted scene of sheep within a highland landscape by E H Barker decorated with sheep in highland landscape, having moulded gilt decorated rim on circular spreading foot, puce mark no 291, 11.5 cm high £400-600
355.    A Graingers Worcester large ewer, the ovoid body with painted scene of pheasant and grouse within a landscape supported on an ornate gilt socle base, having a reticulated spout and scroll handle, painting by J A S Stinton marked to base with brown mark and numbered 538, 44 cm high £200-300
356.    A Graingers Worcester reticulated urn and cover, the ovoid body of lobed form with decorative floral and scroll design having lobed lid and tapered finial supported on a knopped stem and circular shaped spreading foot, heightened in gilt, printed factory mark to base, painted number 2029, 28 cm high £500-700
357.    A Royal Worcester porcelain fruit patterned plate, by R Seabright, the painted plate decorated with plums and grapes, cobalt and gilt border, puce mark to base, retailers stamp Davis Collamore and Co Ltd 5th Avenue 48th Street New York, 23 cm diameter £250-350
358.    A Royal Worcester tapered twin handled vase, with painted cattle at waters edge, signed J Stinton, green factory mark to base, 15 cm high £250-350
359.    A large Spode Fleur de Lys pattern dinner service in red and gilt with printed factory mark to base, various dates comprising twenty five dinner plates, thirteen lunch plates, twelve side plates, twenty tea cups, twenty one saucers, four coffee cans, five saucers, two sugar bowls, milk jug, cream jug, teapot, six twin handled soup bowls, two saucers, six large bowls, thirteen medium bowls, ten small bowls, six side plates, vegetable tureen, stand and lid, two sauce boats and stands, a large vegetable tureen and cover, extra cover, bread and butter plate, three graduated oval platters (three boxes) £500-700
360.    Four Royal Copenhagen porcelain figures, all modelled as animals and fish, including owl chicks, a hare, white rabbits and a salmon (4) £200-300
361.    A miscellaneous collection of ceramics, including numerous Chinese, Japanese and English plates of various patterns, four hand painted mugs two marked Jerusalem to base, a ginger jar missing lid etc £50-100
362.    A set of six Royal Albert Lilypad Design soup bowls, six Wedgwood dinner plates with turquoise border and gilt decoration, six Wedgwood dinner plates with burgundy border and gilt decoration and a Royal Albert tureen base af £50-80
363.    A 19th Century Sampson porcelain armorial jar and cover in the Chinese famille rose taste, of baluster form, with domed lid surmounted with temple dog, 41 cm high £50-80
364.    A collection of Beswick pottery items, including a gold back stamp Jemima Puddleduck, five other examples including squirrel Nutkin, Pigling Bland, Mr Jeremy Fisher and a black model of a labrador (7) £60-80
365.    A Clarice Cliff Bizarre honey pot and cover, Blue Autumn (Balloon Trees) pattern, ribbed body, with domed top and printed factory mark to base, 11 cm high £100-150
366.    A 19th century black basalt jug, with classical frieze decoration, 11 cm high £30-50
367.    A part Royal Standard coffee service with floral decoration together with a part Elizabethan Cotswold tea service £50-100
368.    A large Chinese porcelain brass mounted table lamp decorated with pink and coloured flowers against a gilt ground, 44 cm high £50-100
369.    A large stoneware hand thrown studio twin handled pot and cover with an all over iron glaze, small chip to rim, strapwork handles, 43 cm high £50-100
370.    A Howell & James Art Pottery Exhibition arts and crafts painted plant in the aesthetic style, the interior decorated with ribbon plate showing its own hairline cracks against a burgundy ground, 25 cm diameter, exhibition label verso £60-80
371.    A French porcelain twin handled vase, in the Sevres style, the classical urn shape with an apple green ground heightened in gilt with two painted cartouches with 'The Calmady Children' after Sir Thomas Lawrence, and floral spray verso, gilt lion mask handles, unmarked, 30.5 cm high £200-300
372.    A collection of Asian and European ceramics including a pair of cloisonne vases, Wedgwood cheese bell, Chinese tomb figure etc £50-100
373.    A collection of stoneware ceramics including a set of eight Portuguese mugs £50-100
374.    A large collection of miscellaneous jugs including a Royal Doulton Athos example and others £50-100
375.    A collection of animal and human related ceramics and objects including a Quantock Design stoneware egg crock, a duck jug, Irish Mist pottery advertising figure, a pair of frog painted wooden bookends and other items £50-100
376.    A modern Moorcroft plate, tubelined decoration trees in landscape, printed factory mark to underside, 26 cm diameter £80-120
377.    A modern Moorcroft ovoid vase with tubelined decoration finches and fruit, 18.5 cm high £100-150
378.    A Royal Doulton Vanborough pattern dinner service setting for eight comprising eight dinner plates, eight lunch plates, eight side plates, sauce boat and stand, two vegetable tureens and cover, oval platter, six coffee cans and saucers, cream jug and sugar bowl together with a Royal Worcester boxed cake plate £100-150
379.    A late 19th century Berlin KPM 'Konigliche Porzellanmanufaktur' porcelain part dinner service, decorated with transfer printed and painted green and pink floral swags, centred pink roundel, having pierced rim, with border decoration of green oak leaves and pink ribbons, comprising four octagonal plates, three round dinner plates, two triangular serving dishes, two large round dishes, a pair of octagonal platters, a large twin handled matched platter, gilt metal mounted basket, four octagonal vegetable dishes, two with handles two broken, a pair of sauce tureens and covers, a pair of basket spoons with turned wooden handles and a pair of salad servers (some items damaged) £400-600
380.    A 19th century Sevres porcelain cabinet cafe au lait services, decorated with painted scenes of lovers set in rural idyll, within gilt scroll border frames, the verso decorated with floral sprays, comprising coffee pot, sugar bowl and cover, cream jug, a pair of coffee cans and saucers and an ogee shaped oval tray £300-500
381.    A pair of early 20th century Limoges porcelain desk inkwells, twin handled oval shaped, centred with covered ink pots, with quill holders, decorated with painted floral design heightened in gilt, printed mark to base 17 cm wide, together with Dresden porcelain box and cover, and three Herend porcelain transfer printed table top items (6) £50-100
382.    A collection mid to late 19th century British pottery and porcelain items, including two mounded jugs with green decoration, four piece black basalt tea set with transfer printed polychrome floral decoration, a Victorian Quart measure blue and white transfer printed jug with Royal Coat of Arms and other items etc £50-100
383.    A collection of 19th century Crown Derby porcelain, including a large imari pattern oval soup dish, with lions paw feet, various cups and saucers, a pair of jar and covers and other items etc £50-100
384.    A 19th century French porcelain garniture, ovoid vases with central floral sprays, green and white ground heightened in gilt, tallest vase 28 cm high, together with a 19th century Fontainebleau Jacob Petit porcelain stand 22 cm wide, a Moore & Co lamp base surmounted with cherubs representing wine making, hunting and fishing (5) £100-120
385.    A pair of Volkstedt porcelain table lamps, converted from candlesticks, surmounted with three cherubs painted in colours and holding garlands of flowers, marked to base with under glazed blue mark and incised numbers, 44 cm high (4) £50-100
386.    A part Minton Hatton Hall pattern dinner and tea set, together with a part Coalport coffee set and a Worcester example etc £50-100
387.    A pair of Staffordshire cow spill vases, together with a pair of Staffordshire My Aunt and My Uncle figures, modelled seated, a flatback group from band of hope, and other items of pottery etc £50-100
388.    An 18th Century Pearlware tea caddy with famille rose style decoration (af), together with a continental transfer printed blue and white tea bowl and saucer, an 18th Century English tea bowl, saucer and side plate, a Meissen miniature porcelain oval box with hinged lid, a Staffordshire miniature spill vase with floral spray design £50-100
389.    A set of three Berlin porcelain KPM table salts, each surmounted with cherub above two oval dishes decorated with birds on scroll bases, 12 cm high together with a similar pair of Meissen candlesticks modelled as a seated couple upon baskets painted in colours, heavily restored £100-150
390.    A collection of Sampson porcelain armorial ware in famille rose palette including large tankards, plates, spill vases and later ashtrays £120-180
391.    A collection of 1920s pottery cellar labels for Whisky, Sherry, Port, Claret, Brandy, Madeira, some dated with annotations verso, all pottery labels marked Ymagynatyf and dated 1924, 16 undamaged £100-150
392.    Four 19th Century ceramic cellar labels, marked Calcavella, Lunelle, Frontignac and Cyprus together with four metal examples for Port, Brandy, Sherry and Burgunday £50-100
393.    Two continental pottery figures, man and woman, both with umbrellas, wearing hats, painted in colours, 27 cm high (2) £40-60
394.    A set of Royal Doulton Shakespearean transfer printed plates together with three matching cups, various other Doulton plates, a figure, Lambing Time HN 1890 £60-80
395.    A Pratt ware pot lid 'false move' in turned wooden frame, together with a pair of Doulton Slaters patent vases and a small bowl (4) £50-100
396.    Five pairs of twin-handled Noritake vases, comprising a pair of squared form, blue heightened with gilt, floral scenes, marked to base, 26 cm high; a pair of flattened ovoid form, green and black ground heightened with gilt, decorated with flowers, marked to base, 31 cm high; a pair of ovoid form, yellow and black ground heightened with gilt decorated with flowers, marked to base, 19 cm high; a pair of hexagonal form, gold ground heightened with gilt and painted landscape scenes, 25 cm high; and a pair of flattened ovoid form, gold ground heightened with gilt and painted landscape scenes, 17.5 cm high (10) £80-120
397.    Six pairs of Noritake vases, comprising a pair of twin-handled ovoid form, blue ground heightened with gilt with lake scenes and floral motifs, 26 cm high; a pair of squared ovoid form, green and cream ground heightened with gilt, decorated with floral, foliate and scroll design, 23 cm high; a pair of twin-handled form, painted with landscape scenes at sunset, 16.5 cm high; a pair of twin-handled flattened tapering form, painted with flowers and heightened with gilt, on four scroll supports, 20 cm high; a pair of twin-handled tapering form, handles in the form of serpents, decorated with landscape scenes, heightened with gilt, 20 cm high; a pair of hexagonal form blue ground heightened with gilt, painted river landscape scene, 23 cm high, all marked to base (12) £100-150
398.    A miscellaneous collection of Noritake, including a pair of early 20th Century squat twin-handled vase, painted and tube-lined floral decoration, 10.5 cm; an ovoid vase and cover, blue ground heightened with gilt, and painted floral decoration, 27 cm high, and various other Noritake vases and tea pots of various forms and decoration (14) £100-150
399.    A miscellaneous collection of Noritake, including ten scent bottles and stoppers of various forms and decoration, two footed bowls, a pendant decorated with cranes, various jars with covers etc £80-120
400.    A collection of Noritake small jars with covers, various forms and decoration, approximately 22 £80-120
401.    A miscellaneous collection of Noritake vases and jars, many twin-handled, various forms and decoration, approximately 18 £100-150
402.    A Royal Doulton Pillar Rose dinner and tea service comprising eight dinner plates, six lunch plates, twelve side plates, six soup bowls, six coffee cans, six saucers, cream jug, sugar bowl, coffee pot, six teacups, seven saucers, milk jug, sugar bowl, teapot, three lidded tureens, two platters and a sauce boat on stand £100-150
403.    A Royal Doulton Canton pattern six place tea service with matching three tier cake stand together with six Minton dinner plates and a set of six Provencal pattern coffee cans and saucers with matching coffee pot £50-100
404.    A Swansea pottery 19th Century Friends Arms jug, the floral spray design with legend 'Friends Arms by William Owen 1841' marked to base Cymro Stone China, 18.5 cm high £100-200
405.    Three 19th Century painted and moulded jugs including a religious example of the holy trinity and St Peter with keys having a serpent handle, 20 cm high another copper lustre with painted clock face and a Masons example decorated with dogs of fo £50-100
406.    A collection of French Vallauris pottery, comprising a large leaf dish, a guitar dish, a set of eight coffee cans and six saucers on a wire frame, sugar, milk, coffee pot, six coffee cups, egg cups and two other items, all in brown, orange and red drip glaze, some with original retailers labels £100-120
407.    A continental pottery urn and cover, decorated with lake scenes and castles within mountainous landscape, marked to base, 60 cm high £50-100
408.    An Art Nouveau style large pottery vase, modelled as a maiden against foliage, 64 cm high £50-100
409.    A collection of seven Royal Doulton figurines including Happy Anniversary HN 3097, Maria HN 3381, Bride HN 2873, Katie HN 4123, Claire HN 3209 and two boxed examples Royal Doulton Gemstone figurines Sapphire and Peridot (7) £50-100
410.    Three Royal Doulton figurines, Balloon Seller HN 1954, Biddy Penny Farthing HN 1843 and The Mask Seller HN 2103 (3) £50-100
411.    A William Wyon & Sons Victorian parian bust, the study of G P Bidder Esq on socle base, marked and dated 1854, 28 cm high £200-300
412.    A collection of British and European porcelain and pottery, including a fairing titled 'Oh do leave me a drop', various Staffordshire flatbacks, a New Hall shallow dish, an 18th Century porcelain famille rose plate, and various other items £100-150
413.    A pair of Staffordshire reproduction parakeets, 25 cm high together with a Satsuma style lamp base decorated with cranes, a continental floral encrusted comport and two modern vases. £50-100
414.    A modern blue and white armorial ice bucket, approx 52 cm x 25.5 cm high x 35 cm deep £80-120
415.    Four Staffordshire Greyhound figures, one as a pair one standing the other reclining with spill section, another in black and white with hare and two smaller £100-150
416.    A Beswick grouse decanter, empty, together with terracotta model of a lamb (af), together with a pair of Chinese cockerel figures, pair of continental floral encrusted spill vases and a continental porcelain figure of an elegant lady (af) £50-100
417.    An Aldermaston pottery navette oval shaped platter marked AC together with an Aldermaston style tureen and cover, unmarked £50-100
418.    A collection of Beswick and Royal Albert Beatrix Potter figures including Benjamin Bunny, Mrs Rabbit, Mr Jeremy Fisher, Chippy Hackee and others (10) £150-250
419.    A Susie Cooper for Wedgwood 'Black Keystone' part tea and dinner service, comprising six dinner plates, six salad plates, five side plates, seven cake plates, six cups and saucers, two milk jugs and a tea pot £50-100
420.    A miscellaneous collection of ceramic plates and soup bowls, including four Rosenthal plates decorated with parrots, six Portmeirion side plates with botanical designs by Susan Williams-Ellis, four red and white Mason's soup bowls and four early 20th Century English blue and white soup bowls £50-100
421.    A Coalport 19th Century porcelain tea and coffee set setting for eight tea bowls and saucers, eight coffee cans and saucers, teapot, milk jug, bowl, eleven side plates, three cake plates and two twin handled bread and butter plates all decorated with pink flowers and gilt leaves having gilt borders £80-100
422.    A collection of Beswick Beatrix potter figures, including gold back stamp Jeremy Fisher, Foxy Whiskered Gentleman, Samuel Whiskers, Amiable Guinea-Pig, Mr Benjamin Bunny, Anna-Maria and others (13) £100-120
423.    An extensive continental Nautilus tea service with painted floral sprays heightened in gilt, marked to base Nautilus Porcelain ADK 1911 £80-100
424.    A set of four Lladro clowns, all modelled as children dressed up as Pierrot, all boxed £50-100
425.    A collection of Lladro and Nao figurines, all females and girls, including a set of six Lladro girls with sunhats £50-100
426.    Four Lladro butterflies, boxed, a Lladro model of a golfer and two Nao models of swans £50-100
427.    A Castle Hedington Pottery plate, in the medieval style by E Brigham with applied floral and mask decoration, 25 cm diameter £50-100
428.    A Clarice Cliff circular ashtray painted with red and blue trees with a teal covered border and rim, 8.5 cm diameter together with a Maling ware lustre footed bowl, 21.5 cm diameter £50-100
429.    A Beswick model of Arkle on plinth, matt finish £100-150
430.    A collection of ceramic animals by Beswick including Jack Russell Terrier, herd of sheep, calf, Aberdeen Angus Society cow and bull (9) £100-150
431.    A Shelley part Queen Anne shape tea service comprising five cups, five saucers, six side plates, milk jug and bread and butter plate, decorated with transfer printed scene of a country cottage £50-100
432.    A pair of Royal Bon continental pottery bottle vases circa 1870 with painted blue birds and floral spray, heightened in gilt, 30 cm high £50-100
433.    A large terracotta model of a cockerel signed to base Marilyn Vergne, 28 cm high £50-100
434.    A large collection of glass paperweights, including four millefiori examples, three iridescent, various Caithness limited edition examples, various animal examples including snake, badger, squirrel and others £200-400
435.    A collection of early 20th Century local interest beer bottles, including one Baggs Brothers Canal Work Cob example, three green glass beer bottles, two for Simonds Reading and another brown example for Brickwood & Co Portsmouth £50-100
436.    A collection of Swarovski crystal, comprising a bunch of grapes with wooden stand, a candlestick, and a crystal planet surmounted by an eagle, all in original boxes (3) £150-200
437.    A collection of Swarovski crystal models, comprising a cheetah, a woodpecker, a moth and a butterfly on a leaf, all in original boxes, together with a photo frame (5) £150-200
438.    A collection of nine Swarovski crystal models of flowers, all in original boxes (9) £200-300
439.    A collection of five Swarovski crystal models, comprising a car, a plane, and a train with two carriages, all in original boxes and with wooden plinths £150-200
440.    A collection of 14 Swarovski crystal models of animals, including a fox, a ladybird, a squirrel, an owl, a snail etc, all in original boxes (14) £200-300
441.    A collection of Swarovski crystal Christmas tree decorations, including five in original boxes, together with various Swarovski cloths, gloves and other accessories £150-200
442.    A collection of four Swarovski crystal models from the Swarovski Collectors Society Annual Editions, comprising 'Amour' - The Turtledoves, 1989; 'Lead Me' - The Dolphins, 1990; 'Save Me' - The Seals, 1991; and 'Care for Me' - The Whales, 1992, all in original boxes, together with a plaque for 'Mother and Child 1990-1992' (5) £150-200
443.    A collection of nine Swarovski crystal models, including an oyster, a swan, a seal, a blue fish, turtles etc, all in original boxes (9) £150-200
444.    A collection of Swarovski crystal pendants, baubles etc, including models of hearts, shells and diamonds £120-180
445.    A collection of Swarovski crystal models from the annual 'Inspiration Africa' edition, comprising an elephant, 1993; a kudu, 1994; a lion, 1995; and the edition's plaque, all in original boxes. Together with stands for the animals. £150-200
446.    A collection of three Swarovski crystal models from the 'Masquerade Collection', comprising 'Columbine', 'Pierrot', and 'Harlequin', all in original boxes, with accompanying stands, plaques and flowers £150-200
447.    A collection of Swarovski crystal, including 'Fabulous Creatures - The Unicorn', 1996; 'Fabulous Creatures - The Dragon', 1997; 'Fabulous Creatures - The Pegasus', 1998; and the collection's plaque, all in original boxes and with stands. Together with 'Togetherness - The Lovebirds', 1987; and 'Sharing - The Woodpeckers', 1988, in original boxes £200-300
448.    Three Swarovski crystal models from the 'Magic of Dance' series, comprising 'Anna', 'Antonio' and 'Isadora', all in original boxes and with accompanying plaques and a rotating stands for Anna and Antonio, Anna with certificate of authenticity, no. 585/700 £150-200
449.    A collection of mirrored display stands, some by Swarovski, various shapes and sizes £50-100
450.    A Swarovski bird of paradise figure on a wooden naturalistic base, 20 cm high together with a faceted egg in box £50-100
451.    Boxed Swarovski crystal figures from the Endangered Wildlife range modelled as a Panda and her Cub, in fitted box, outer sleeve, 10 cm high x 6.5 cm high £50-100
452.    A set of six Art Deco half pint glass tankards, each decorated with white enamel decoration of seahorses, 11 cm high. Together with a Daum glass vase, tapered moulded form, signature to base, Daum France, 17 cm high £50-100
453.    A small collection of mid Century art glass, including a Medina pinched ovoid necked vase, a globular specimen vase, a colourless lamp base and two other items £100-150
454.    A collection of cut glass, including fruit bowls, decanters, vases, poseys etc (two boxes) £80-100
455.    A collection of 20th Century coloured glassware, including various carnival glass items, two large oversized brandy balloons, a lemonade set with five glasses, a mottled pink glass lampshade (three boxes) £60-80
456.    A collection of glass ware, including cut crystal drinking glasses, Waterford, Stuart, and others three boxes £120-180
457.    A Waterford cut glass tazza, an Art Deco Stuart vase, an Edwardian ovoid vase, and a set of eight cut glass sherry glasses £70-90
458.    Eight end of day glass fish, various sizes £50-100
459.    Eight end of day glass fish, various sizes £50-100
460.    Eight end of day glass fish, various sizes £50-100
461.    Eight end of day glass fish, including one with a mercury interior £50-100
462.    A collection of post war glass ware, including three sea green tankards, four items of Mdina, a centre piece by Jan Stievens and a faceted paperweight (9) £100-120
463.    A Murano glass sword, the tapering curved blade topped with red flashing having basket hilt and guard with rope twist handle and tapered turned pommel, 120 cm long £100-150
464.    A collection of mid century glass animals, modelled as ducks, dogs, fish, cats and others, all in a flint and smoky colour etc £50-100
465.    A suite of Royal Brierley cut glass Henley pattern, some boxed, comprising ten red wine glasses, nine white wine glasses, eight large tumblers, ten small tumblers, a single champagne flute and an associated cut glass cruet £120-180
466.    A cut glass basket chandelier with gilt metal support and surround £50-80
467.    A collection of cut glass ware, including decanters and stoppers, tumblers and other items £50-100
468.    A William Walker (b. 1950) yellow glass spill vase, encased in colourless glass, undulating form, 19 cm high, signed and dated to base £30-50
469.    A 19th century cut glass rummer, the cut bowl with engraved grape and vine decoration, a faceted knopped stem on a spreading foot, together with a Pratt ware pot lid and base 'On Guard' (3) £50-100
470.    Three glass oil lamps and chimneys together with a metal example £50-100
471.    A Vasart glass bowl with mottled pink, sea green decoration heightened with gilt inclusions, 27 cm diameter together with a small collection of glass animals and twelve coloured shot glasses £50-100
472.    A large collection of colourless and coloured glassware including decanters and stoppers, tumblers, preserve jars and covers and other items (two boxes) £50-100
473.    A large Dartington glass fruit bowl of star design, 30.5 cm diameter together with a pair of Dartington wine glasses and a pair of tumblers, all boxed £50-100
474.    A glass three branch chandelier with prisms and droplets £40-60
475.    Josef Schott for Smalandshyttan, a trio of glass vases of compressed square form with varied geometric moulding to each side. 12 x 11 x 6cm in Clear, and one each in Blue and Burnt Amber both cased in clear (3) £60-80
476.    Josef Schott for Smalandshyttan, a trio of glass vases of compressed square form with varied geometric moulding, tallest 16 cm. in Pewter, Burnt Amber and Flame, all cased in clear. (3) £80-120
477.    Josef Schott for Smalandshyttan, a trio of glass vases of compressed bulbous form with varied patterns of geometric moulding, tallest 14 cm. in Sea Green, Blue and Burnt Amber, all cased in clear. (3) £60-80
478.    Josef Schott for Smalandshyttan, a trio of glass vases of compressed rectangular form, all 13.5 cm tall and with moulded stylised female figural moulding to front and back, in Blue, Smoke Brown and Green (3) £80-100
479.    Josef Schott for Smalandshyttan, a trio of glass items with varied geometric moulding, to comprise a square bowl 12.5 cm dia in Blue, and two vases of squared form 13 and 10 cm high respectively, in Mauve and Green (3) £60-80
480.    Josef Schott for Smalandshyttan, a graduated trio of glass vases of squared sleeve form with moulded circle designs 20, 17 and 11 cm respectively, all in Flint (3) £60-80
481.    Josef Schott for Smalandshyttan, a trio of glass vases of square sleeve form, each with varying moulded circle design, 19.5, 16 and 13 cm respectively, in varied shades of Blue. (3) £70-100
482.    Josef Schott for Smalandshyttan, a trio of moulded glass vases, comprising two of squared hourglass form with all over stud relief in Blue and Tangerine 16 cm, the other of rectangular form with offset block moulded finish in Pewter 20.5 cm, all cased in clear (3) £60-80
483.    Josef Schott for Smalandshyttan, a trio of moulded glass vases, to include one of stylised mallet form with geometric moulded patterns in Blue 18cm, and two of circular ribbed sleeve form with an off centre bulbous upper collar of moulded studding, in Blue and Tangerine 21 cm, all cased in clear(3) £70-90
484.    Pentti Sarpaneva for Kumela glassworks, a trio of square vases to comprising two of stepped form in Green and Amethyst 13.5 cm, and another of cube form in Dark Amber 8 cm, all with metal banded mounts around lip (3) £60-80
485.    Pentti Sarpaneva for Kumela glassworks, a large glass vase of squared form, with flame moulding on a textured ground above a stepped base, in varying shades of Dark Amber 27.5 cm Pentti Sarpaneva for Kumela glassworks, a large glass vase of squared form, with flame moulding on a textured ground above a stepped base, in varying shades of Dark Amber 27.5 cm £50-80
486.    Per Olof Strom for Alsterfors Glassworks, a moulded three tiered glass vase of geometric architectural form with pan top, drilled for use as a lampbase, 26.5 cm in Flint, signed to base 'P. Strom 69' £50-80
487.    Per Olof Strom for Alsterfors Glassworks, a moulded glass vase of geometric architectural form with sleeve neck and everted rim, in Flint 27 cm, signed to base 'P. Strom 69' £50-80
488.    Per Olof Strom for Alsterfors Glassworks, two glass vases of moulded geometric architectural form, both in Midnight Grey 14.5 and 25.5 cm and both signed to base 'P. Strom 68' (2) £80-120
489.    Erkki Tapio Siiroinen for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimak), two glass candlesticks from the 'Kasperi' range comprising a 28 cm triple prunt example in Flint and a 13 cm single prunt in Uraniun Yellow, together with a pair of candle/tealight holders of geometric crystalline form in Amethyst, 8 cm dia x 6 cm high, possibly by Aimo Okkolin (4) £50-80
490.    Erkki Tapio Siiroinen for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of 'Veturi Pullo' (Locomotive Bottle) glass vases in Blue, Brown and Alexandrite 13.5 cm (3) £80-120
491.    Erkki Tapio Siiroinen for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of 'Veturi Pullo' (Locomotive Bottle) glass vases in Amber, Flint and Uranium Yellow 13.5 cm (3) £80-120
492.    Nanny Still for Riihamaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a quartet of square 'Grapponia' glass bottles, two in Flint and two in Blue 19 cm (4) £80-100
493.    Nanny Still for Riihamaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a quartet of square 'Grapponia' glass bottles in Alexandrite, Amber, Green and Uranium Yellow 19 cm (4) £80-100
494.    Erkki Tapio Siiroinen for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of glass 'Paukkurauta' (Firearm) bottles pattern 1729 in Flint, Green and Uranium Yellow 17 cm (3) £70-100
495.    Erkki Tapio Siiroinen for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a pair of glass 'Paukkurauta' (Firearm) bottles pattern 1729 both in Blue 17 cm (2) £50-80
496.    Nanny Still for Riihamaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a quartet of 'Koristopullo' (Stella Polaris) glass bottles in Amber, Blue, Flint and Green, 18.5 cm (4) £80-120
497.    Nanny Still for Riihamaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of 'Koristopullo' (Stella Polaris) glass bottles comprising a pair in Alexandrite, and a single example in Uranium Yellow 18.5 cm (3) £80-120
498.    Tamara Aladin for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), two 'Roudella' (Roundels) glass vases of square sleeve form with concave corners, and single roundel detail on a bark finish to each face, one in Flint, the other in Uranium Yellow 20 cm (2) £50-80
499.    Tamara Aladin for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a near pair of 'Roudella' (Roundels) glass vases of square sleeve form with full length concave corner edges, double roundel detail over a bark finish to each face, both in Uranium Yellow 25 cm (2) £80-120
500.    Tamara Aladin for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), from the 'Taalari' range 5736 , two glass vases of squared sleeve form in Green and Blue 20 x 9.5 cm, and a pair of squat squared candle holders in Uranium Yellow 9.5 sq x 6 cm h. (4) £70-100
501.    Erkki Tapio Siiroinen for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a graduated group of Tellus (Globe) glass vases, comprising two 15,5 cm in Flint and Uranium Yellow, two 12 cm in Amber and Blue, and two 9.5 cm in Amber and Uranium Yellow, with a similar carafe in Flint 20 cm (7) £100-150
502.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a group of 'Pala' (Ice Cube) squat glass vases of textured cube form to comprise one each in Flint, Dark Teal and Alexandrite 11.5 cm x 10 cm, and three smaller examples in Dark Green (6) £60-100
503.    Erkki Tapio Siiroinen for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of 'Noppa' (Dice) squat glass bottles of squared form, one in Green 12 cm, and two in Flint 10.5 cm and 17.5 cm (3) £50-80
504.    Tamara Aladin for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a quartet of 'Amuletti' glass flasks of stylistic rectangular form patterns 1732 and 1733, in Green (small chip to rim), Flint and Amber and a similar circular bulbous version in Flint, all 20 cm (4) £80-120
505.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of 'Ahkera Liisa' (Busy Lizzie) glass bottles in Flint, Indigo and Sage, 21 cm (3) £80-120
506.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), two textured 'Kaappikello' (Grandfather Clock) glass vases of squared figure of eight form, each with a different textural finish, both in Sage 21 cm (2) £50-80
507.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of 'Piironki' (Chest of Drawers) glass vases in Amber, Flint and Indigo 21 cm (3) £70-100
508.    ANNOUNCE the vases are in Colbalt, Sage and Ruby

Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of 'Piironki' (Chest of Drawers) glass vases in Cobalt, Flint and Ruby 21 cm (3) £70-100
509.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of 'Emma' glass vases pattern 1310 in Pale Amber, Flint and Sage 21 cm (3) £80-120
510.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of 'Emma' glass vases pattern 1310 in Cobalt, Flint and Ruby 21 cm (2) £80-120
511.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of 'Aitan Lukko' (Barn Lock) glass vases pattern 1311 in Cobalt, Indigo and Ruby 21 cm (3) £80-100
512.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), two 'Kyynel' (Teardrop) glass vases in Flint and Indigo 17 cm (2) £50-80
513.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of small wide rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vases in Flint, Sage and Uranium Yellow 18 cm (3) £80-120
514.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a wide rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vase, medium size 23 cm in Indigo £50-80
515.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a wide rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vase, medium size 23 cm in Sage £50-80
516.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a wide rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vase, medium size 23 cm in Flint £50-80
517.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a pair of wide rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vases, medium size, both in Sage, 23 cm (2) £100-150
518.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of narrow rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vases in Green, Blue and Alexandrite 12.5 cm (3) £50-80
519.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of small narrow rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vases in Amber, Aubergine and Dark Teal 12.5 cm (3) £50-80
520.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of small narrow rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vases in Flint, Indigo, and Uranium Yellow 12.5 cm (3) £50-80
521.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a large wide rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vase in Brown 32 cm £120-180
522.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a large wide rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vase in Gold Tinted Flint 33 cm £120-180
523.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a large wide rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vase in Green 31 cm £120-180
524.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a large wide rimmed 'Aurinkopullo' (Sun Bottle) glass vase in Uranium Yellow 31.5 cm £150-200
525.    Nanny Still for Riihamaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a compressed glass vase of circular form from the 'Pajazzo' range 1301. Short sleeve neck with inner Midnight blue skin, everted flattened rim and four ball moulded lower, all over a Uranium Yellow ground 14.5 x 19.5 cm dia. This is thought to be the scarcest of the nine versions/colourways in this range. £120-180
526.    Nanny Still for Riihamaen Lasi (Riihimaki), Pajazzo' range 1301. A glass vase of circular sleeve form with flattened everted rim in the eight ball variation. Uranium Yellow ground with Ruby inner skin to upper half 20 h x 12.5 cm dia £100-150
527.    Nanny Still for Riihamaen Lasi (Riihimaki), Stellaria'. A step shouldered glass vase of rectangular form with radiating ridges over a dimpled ground all in Tangerine cased in clear 18.5 x £50-80
528.    Nanny Still for Riihamaen Lasi (Riihimaki), two glass vases of textured abstract triple hoop form from the 'Fenomena' range, to comprise a 28 cm example in Flint and a 20 cm example in Tangerine (2) £50-80
529.    Tamara Aladin for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of glass items to include 'Auringon Kukka' (Sunflower) pan top candleholder in Flint 24.5 cm, and two 'Safari' pan top vases in Cinnamon and Indigo all 25 cm (3) £70-100
530.    Tamara Aladin for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), two pieces of 'Renglas' (Rings) pattern, comprising a seven sided glass vase in Flint 20 cm and a double ended glass Candle holder in Uranium Yellow 12.5 cm, plus a single 'Carmen' glass candleholder in Cobalt 7 cm (3)Tamara Aladin for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), two pieces of 'Renglas' (Rings) pattern, comprising a seven sided glass vase in Flint 20 cm and a double ended glass Candle holder in Uranium Yellow 12.5 cm, plus a single 'Carmen' glass candleholder in Cobalt 7 cm (3) £60-80
531.    Nanny Still for Riihamaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a trio of Flint glass items to comprise a 'Lumitahti' (Snowstar) flask of circular form 16.5 cm, a 'Railo' (Ice Crack) vertically lobed triform sided bottle of flattened form 23 cm, and a 'Grapponia' candlestick 19 cm (3) £50-80
532.    Attributed to Tamara Aladin for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a glass vase of squared sleeve form in Uranium Yellow, having two flat polished sides and two opposing concave sides each having an intense textured bubble finish in relief 28 cm (Ref:- Fire and Sea - Pina/Vigner P63) - N.B - small impact mark to one front inside corner) £60-100
533.    Helena Tynell for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a large glass vase entitled 'Aitan Lekko' (Barn Lock) 26.5 cm in Indigo. N.B. This much larger version of the normal 21 cm production run, is thought to have been specifically commissioned as an exhibition display piece, making it possibly unique. £80-120
534.    Attributed to Tamara Aladin for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), two 'Musica' glass vases of square polished form, each face having central lateral relief moulded patterns of circular prunts, one in Flint 25 cm, and one in dark amber cased in clear 17.5 cm (2) £60-80
535.    Tamara Aladin for Riihimaen Lasi (Riihimaki), two 'Kehra' glass vases of squared three layer form with textured base and prunt mouldings to upper, one in Kingfisher the other in Indigo 20 cm, together with a 'Mesimarja' (Honey Berry) reversible candleholder in Blue (3) £80-120
536.    Nanny Still for Riihamaen Lasi (Riihimaki), a glass 'Lucullus' vase of squared sleeve form with one side showing stylised balloons on a textured background, the other three sides plain 10 cm sq x 21 cm h, in Flint £80-120
537.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, a 'Cobolt' (Dark Blue) series glass floor vase of cylindrical sleeve form, relief moulded in a heavy geometric pattern 44 cm high with factory and designer labels £50-80
538.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, a 'Turcos' (Dark Green) series glass floor vase of slightly graduated cylindrical sleeve form, relief moulded in a heavy geometric pattern in Dark Green 45 cm high,factory label £50-80
539.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, a pair of 'Cobolt' series glass geometric moulded chimney vases of high waisted form 29.5 and 30 cm in Dark Blue (2) £40-60
540.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, a quartet of 'Cobolt' (Dark Blue) series glass vases of geometric moulded design, comprising a pair of sleeve form with graduated neck and everted rim 22 cm, and a pair of graduated stylised shouldered bottles 22 cm (4) £60-80
541.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, a trio of 'Cobolt' (Dark Blue) series geometric moulded glass vases of footed square form, two with raised rims, 13 h x 11 cm sq and 17.5 h x 10 cm sq, and one open topped 9.5 h x 8 cm sq (3) £40-60
542.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, two 'Cobolt' series geometric moulded glass vases, one of rectangular form 17 h x 11.5 x 7 cm, the other of square stepped form 17.5 h x 6.5 cm sq in Dark Blue (2) £40-60
543.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, a trio of 'Cobolt' series glass items of geometric moulded design, to include a circular footed bowl 7.5 h x 11.5 cm dia, a similar larger version, 13 h x 21.5 cm dia, and a half pint tankard 11.5 cm all in Dark Blue (3) £40-60
544.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, a quartet of 'Turkos' series geometric moulded glass vases of squared form, to include two of squat form, 17 x 10.5 sq and 12.5 x 12 sq, along with two others 17.5 and 8 cm h, both 6 cm sq in Dark Green (4) £60-80
545.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, two geometric moulded 'Turkos' series glass vases, both of graduated circular form with narrowed neck, one with everted rim 27 cm, the other with a raised rolled rim 20.5 cm in Dark Green (2) £40-60
546.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, a group of 'Turkos' series geometric moulded glass items comprising a pair of candleholders of slightly flared circular form 5.5 h 10.5 cm dia, original labels, a flattened circular low dish 18 cm dia, a fruit bowl with inverted rim 22.5 dia, and a half pint cylindrical beer mug 14 cm all in Dark Green(5) £60-80
547.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, a quartet of 'Orient' (Cinnamon) glass items, comprising a pair of geometric moulded candlesticks of circular stepped form 15 cm, a footed fruit bowl with narrowed vertical rolled rim 21 cm dia, and a half pint bulbous beer mug 12 cm (4) £50-80
548.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, a quartet of 'Orient' (Cinammon) series geometric moulded glass vases to comprise two vases of mallet form 24.5 cm and 25cm, and a pair of footed squat bulbous vases with narrowed rolled rim 12.5 h x 14 cm dia (4) £50-80
549.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, a group of four items of geometric moulded glass, comprising a vase of mallet form 24.5 cm, a footed bowl 13 cm h x 22 cm dia, a shouldered bottle vase 19 cm, and a small square vase 8 h x 6 cm, all in clear crystal (4) £50-80
550.    Gote Augustsson for Ruda Glasbruk, a trio of 'Cobalt' series geometric moulded glass vases, comprising a pair of flattened squat form with flat bases, short tapered neck and rolled rims, 12.5 cm, and a small shouldered bottle vase with everted rim 15 cm (3) £40-60
551.    Possibly Hans Christian Wagner for Bjorkschult, a group of glass table items to comprise a pair of small footed vases 14 cm, a fruit bowl 18.5 cm dia, a liqueur decanter with stopper (loose) and 12 small glasses, 5.5 cm, all matching with a pale cloudy blue and fine bubble decoration (17) £70-100
552.    A group of glass items by Bjorkschult Sweden comprising a glass bottle of squared form 23.5 cm, with designer label, a half pint tankard 11.5 cm, both with roundel decoration, and a bulbous vase with relief moulded prunts 23.5 cm, all in Midnight, probably all by Hans Christian Wagner, along with three other glass vases, one of squared bottle form in green 19.5 cm, a textured cylinder vase in Kingfisher 20 cm, and a moulded three tiered and stepped vase in Blue in the style of Helena Tynell 18 cm (6) £60-100
553.    Jacob E. Bang for Holmegaard, a group of circular glass 'Giraffes' Suncatchers from the Noahs Ark series in Emerald Green (2), Kingfisher, Golden Amber, Tangerine and Flame all 14.5 dia (6) £80-120
554.    Jacob E. Bang for Holmegaard, a group of circular glass 'Elephants' Suncatchers from the Noahs Ark series in Flame (3), Emerald Green and Burnt Orange, all 12cm dia , with 'Noah' in Golden Amber 8 cm dia (6) £80-120
555.    Possibly Michael Bang for Holmegaard, two glass '3 ring' pattern circular Suncatchers in Golden Amber 9.5 cm and Flame 13.5 cm, with two teardrop shaped examples in Kingfisher, one with 3 ring pattern 17 x 12 cm, the other with a depiction of Copenhagen's 'The Little Mermaid' 15.5 x 10 cm (4) £70-100
556.    Possibly Michael Bang for Holmegaard, a quartet of circular glass 'Suncatchers' comprising two with varied geometric patterns in Green 8 cm and Cobalt 11.5 cm dia, and two stylised fish examples 14 cm and 18.5 cm, both in Flame (4) £80-100
557.    Possibly Michael Bang for Holmegaard, a very large slightly ovule shaped glass Suncatcher disc with stylised Partridge decoration 23.5 cm dia in Emerald Green £50-100
558.    Jacob E Bang for Holmegaard, a large glass cylinder vase with Horse and Rider seal below a sleeve neck and flattened everted rim, 42 cm, and a Kluk Kluk decanter 24 cm (no stopper), both in green (2) £50-100
559.    A small selection of Scandinavian glass items, comprising two 'Festivo' candlesticks, one 4 ring and one 8 ring by Timo Sarpaneva for Iitala, both initialled to base, and a Tea-light/candle holder of flattened flower design, unmarked 15 cm dia, together with a Pukeberg 'Viking' paperweight by Uno Westerberg and a Staffan Gellerstedt candlestick with cased blue sconce (5) £70-100
560.    Pertti Santalahti for Humppila, two heavy gauge moulded glass Chalice vases from the 'Kiwi Set' range in Green and Dark Amber 19.5 cm, both labelled and with full signatures to base (2) £50-80
561.    Kaj Blomquist for Humppila, two heavy gauge moulded glass reversible vases/candleholders of fir cone and saucer form in Green (with label) and Dark Amber 17.5 cm, both with full signatures(2) £50-80
562.    Oiva Toikka for Nuutajarvi Notsjo, a group of reversible glass items from the 'Kastelhelmi range to include a trio of candle-holders of conical form in Blue, Green and Flint 15.5 cm, together with two circular pin-dish/candleholders in Blue and Flint 10 cm dia (5) £50-80
563.    A group of Scandinavian glass items, to include a moulded decanter (unmarked) in Midnight Grey, and two moulded vases of squared flattened heart shaped form 12 cm all by Magnor, a Maleras disc shaped vase with squared neck and base in Indigo 22.5 cm, and a red Bamboo vase by Bo Bergstrom for Aseda 24.5 cm(5) £50-80
564.    A selection of mostly Scandinavian glass items, to include two Skruf vases, an Orrefors 'Olympic Torch' candleholder by Lars Hellsten, a Humppila 'Ice' bowl, two triple tea light/candle holders, and other items mostly in Flint (9) £60-100
565.    A group of Scandinavian glass items, to include Nuutajarvi 'Flora' comport in Sage and a similar beaker in Amethyst, a small Ruda 'Selena' ribbed vase in Orange /Yellow 11 cm, and three others of varied form (6) £50-80
566.    Two items of Swedish glass, comprising a Rolf Sinnemark for Kosta Boda 'Daisy' candlestick 16 cm, unmarked, and an SEA Glasbruk for Kosta 'One Eyed Cat' intaglio figurine in Silver Blue by Renata Stock Paulsson monogrammed to side and labelled 15 cm (2) £50-100
567.    An Adam Aaronson studio glass elephant, modelled with a raised trunk, gold leaf ground with coloured trails, engraved to base with artist signature and dated 2006 15 cm high £50-100
568.    Three Bristol blue glass decanters, each with metalware collars and silver plated labels, one decanter handle af, 24 cm high £50-100
569.    A part suite of glass, the hobnail cut bowls supported faceted stems and circular bases, including white wine, sherry, and champagne bowls, together with other glassware etc £50-100
570.    A collection of antique and later glassware, including two silver topped decanters, cut glass vases, a glass trumpet vase and other items etc £100-200
571.    "A Collection of paperweights to include examples by Strathearn, Perthshire, Caithness, S & J Lundberg, and Ken Rosenfeld, all marked or labelled. Together with individual examples possibly by Paul Ysart (1930s) and St Louis, along with a 1920s Bohemian example (18)"
572.    A silver plated large hobnail cut claret jug, an ovoid decanter and stopper, a large ships decanter and stopper another Wedgwood example and two silver collared scent bottles af £50-100
573.    A large blown glass and cast iron centrepiece, 29 cm high x 45 cm max wide £50-100
574.    A matched set of 19th Century green glass rummers (7) £50-100
575.    A collection of modern boxed Lalique frosted and opalescent animal figurines, including frog, turtle, rat, angel fish, butterfly, star fish, and others, including an unboxed grouse menu holder £300-500
576.    A Royal Doulton suite of glass ware, £50-100
577.    A boxed limited edition Swarovski Wild Horses glass sculpture with certificate stating this is number 1684 of 10,000, 37 cm wide max £400-600
578.    A boxed Swarovski silver crystal signed Planet model, dated 2000 £100-150
579.    Three boxed Swarovski dancers and stands titled Harlequin by Anton Hirzinger, Pierrot by Adi Stocker and Columbine by Gabriele Stamey £300-500
580.    A boxed Swarovski dragon, 1997 Fabulous Creatures edition, The Dragon £200-300
581.    A collection of 19th Century British moulded and blown vaseline and end of day glass, including a pair of blown bowls with crimped rims, a white opalescent with controlled bubble inclusion decoration, a pair of silver plated and vaseline spill vases, various moulded glass ware in vaseline colourway and two Sowerby glass beakers, one with handle and other items £100-150
582.    A Maxi Swatch wall mounted clock, 'Nautilus' edition, in original card case, 31 cm diameter £100-120
583.    A W Gibson & Co lacquered brass architectural mantel clock having floral swag, egg and dart design within a column frontage and decorative frieze of winged angel riding a chariot fending off a classical army protecting women and children on velvet and gilt plinth base, 48 cm max high x 31 cm wide x 17 cm deep £150-200
584.    A 19th century brass wall mounted long case clock movement and hood, now converted to be wall mounted, the 30 hour movement by James Green Gloucester £100-120
585.    An early 20th Century French pigeon clock by Benzing, 22 cm wide x 18 cm high max x 16 cm deep £50-80
586.    A Bakelite Vitascope lightup clock, 32 cm high £100-150
587.    A Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos clock, with chinoiserie decoration, with gilt brass case and base, 18 cm wide x 23.5 cm high x 13 cm deep £700-900
588.    A late 19th century presentation skeleton clock, single fusee movement, on marble base and under glass dome, 30 cm wide x 45 cm high £120-180
589.    A collection of early 20th Century and Art Deco mantel clocks including an eight day example with French movement, a pink mirrored mantel clock, a presentation example and others £50-100
590.    A brass cased carriage timepiece with swing handle, 12 cm high £50-100
591.    A large wall mounted oak International Time Recording clock in architectural case, 133 cm high x 45 cm wide x 28 cm max deep £200-300
592.    NO LOT
593.    Three Robert Thompson of Kilburn commonly know as the Mouseman oak napkin rings, octagonal shape, together with six horn Scottish spoons and a mother of pearl spoon and brass knocker nut cracker £60-80
594.    A 19th Century walnut brass bound writing slope with fold out top to reveal a leather and gilt tooled inset slope and various compartments, 51 cm wide x 25 cm deep x 17 cm high £80-100
595.    A collection of seven carved tree specimens, including oak, cedar, pine, cherry, walnut etc £40-60
596.    A Ben Setter of Totnes oak carved three legged sewing chair, decorated with Celtic seat and pierced ogee back rail, stamped to base £50-100
597.    A coromandel and brass bound Victorian tea caddy with Celtic knot, brass embossed decoration to lid and front, 23 cm wide x 13.5 cm high x 13.5 cm deep £60-80
598.    A late 19th Century rosewood country house letter box, having carved floral surround with glazed front with bevelled glass, the interior dated 1898, 21 cm high x 40.5 cm wide x 23 cm deep £50-100
599.    A Georgian and later inlaid tea caddy converted to a letter box. Together with an olive wood double photograph frame (2) £50-100
600.    A set of Beatrix Potter books including Tale of Benjamin Bunny, Squirrel Nutkin, Tom Kitten, The Two Bad Mice and others £40-60
601.    A collection of children's books including a quantity of Enid Blyton Famous Five tales, a Rupert annual, 1950s Wonder Book of the Farm and various others £50-100
602.    A bound edition of Richard Wagner's Tannhauser, the Art Nouveau suede leather cover illustrated throughout with slip in prints, front page inscribed A Dramatic Poem by Richard Wagner freely translated in poetic narrative form by T W Rolleston presented by Willy Pogany printed by GG Harrop & Co London £100-150
A bound volume Armorial Families by Arthur Charles Fox-Davies 5th Edition in cloth binding together with three volumes of Queen Elizabeth's letters £100-150
604.    An early 18th Century bound edition of common prayer and sacraments printed by John Baskett c 1717 £50-100
605.    A collection of 29 Wild West 1938 comics £50-100
606.    A set of Geigy Weed Tables, in a card box file, containing a separate folder for each weed £50-100
607.    A collection of c. 50 miniatures of various spirits £50-100
608.    A case of 12 bottles Chateau Canon Fronsac 1983 £150-200
609.    A presentation cased Dom Perignon Vintage 2002 champagne 750 ml £80-120
610.    A collection of miniature spirit bottles, including Inchgower Highland whisky, Cornish Mead, Sandemans Port, a novelty Courvoisier cannon and others £50-100
611.    Four boxed Bells Wade decanters and contents commemorating the marriages of Charles and Diana and Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, 750 ml (4) £100-150
612.    Two boxed commemorative Bells whisky decanters and contents to commemorate the birth of Prince William, 50 cl, together with two pairs of Bells Wade whisky decanters and contents (6) £60-80
613.    Two bottles of blended Scotch whisky both 70 cl from Manchester United and Liverpool, one to commemorate the 1996 Liverpool v Manchester United FA Cup Final 11 May £50-100
614.    Two bottles of Armagnac, one dated 1969, 50 cl the other with boxwood figure of huntsman and begging dog with rabbit, 0.65l £50-100
615.    A collection of British, Indian and continental table linen, including embroidered napkins, lace table cloths, two fine gauze shadow work afternoon tea cloths, and other items £100-150
616.    An embroidered fire screen, decorated with floral cartouche, 49.2 cm x 40.5 cm, framed and glazed. Together with a pair of embroidered silk braces decorated with flowers, each 49.4 cm long, framed and glazed (3) £50-100
617.    A pair of coquilla nut and vegetable ivory needle stands, various egg shaped thread holders containing various pin cushions, a tortoiseshell Chinese box, a Japanese gourd needle case, olive wood box in the form of three books with coptic cross and marked Jerusalem and various other items £100-150
618.    A Meiji period Japanese paper leaf and lacquered fan with watercolour decoration of quail within blossom branches, together with Japanese rice paper hand fixed fans, and a small collection of European bone, paper, lace and crepe paper fans £100-150
619.    A large collection of shop stock dress, shirt, childrens and other patterns by Blackmore, Practical together with shop catalogues (three boxes) £100-150
620.    An early 19th Century unframed hessian sampler in red cotton thread by Ann Dawson Marcham Berkshire 1833, 19cm x 20 cm £50-100
621.    A mink fur stole, two beaver fur collars with matching muff, various purses, silver plated tray and silver plated candlesticks £50-80
622.    Two Chinese embroidered silk panels, one decorated with birds and flowers, the other with figures, the former 57.5 cm x 29.5 cm, the latter 62 cm x 32 cm, both framed and glazed (2) £120-180
623.    An Austin Reed silk top hat, in leather case, Size M, leather inner band £50-100
624.    A Hardy Brothers leather fly wallet case, opens to reveal waxed leaves for fly hooks £60-100
625.    A large collection of fishing rods, flys, reels, nets, including two Hardy Marquis reels etc £150-200
626.    A Webley XOCET air rifle with sight and silencer, 2.2 Calibre £100-150
627.    A Hardy split cane, The Gold Medal, Palakona Legal Trade Mark together with another by Milbro both in canvas cases £100-150
628.    A group of five early 20th Century fishing rods, including an example by Carter & Co London, four in original bags, together with two nets and a Grays of Cambridge tennis racket in press
629.    A collection of fishing rods, some split cane bamboo, sea and river examples, some loose, some in canvas bags together with a quantity of walking canes and sticks including one horn handled example, others with silver tops etc £200-300
630.    A folio album of late 19th and early 20th Century postcards, mostly printed, some coloured, European cities, countryside together with an album of cigarette cards and two albums of crests and monograms including photographs of Tunbridge and domestic life £50-100
631.    A large collection of shop stock childrens postcards mostly by Mabel Lucie Attwell, others by Vera Paterson, other comical examples etc £100-200
632.    A large collection of shop stock mid 20th Century postcards, of Winchester, some in presentation packs £50-100
633.    A collection of late 19th and 20th Century postcards including transport sets with some air ships and balloons by Daily Mail War Pictures, Shipping, World Travel, Scenes of Rangoon, Christmas, Easter, a few RPs of the Thames, portrait studies, Silverlands Chertsey etc £50-100
634.    A collection of Chinese and Russian bond certificates, comprising a Chinese Imperial Government 1898 4½% gold loan, bond for £25; a Chinese Republic 1925 5% gold bond for $50; a Chinese Government 1913 5% gold loan, bond for £100; a Chinese Government 1913 5% gold loan, bond for £20; and a St Petersburg 1913 4½% bond for £100, all framed and glazed displaying two coupons with additional coupons inside frames (5)
635.    A Chinese government five per cent reorganisation gold loan of 1913 £20 bond, with 43 coupons, framed and glazed, framed and glazed £30-50
636.    A Geographica Ltd Map of South East England by Alexander Gross, linen backed, 98.5 cm x 126 cm £30-40
637.    A 1912 Russian bond of 189 roubles from the city of Nikolaef, framed and glazed £40-60
638.    A miscellaneous collection of pipes, including three with amber stems £100-150
639.    A BBB Two Star novelty briar bowel pipe, modelled as a revolver pistol, made by Adolph Frankau cased £50-100
640.    A pair of vintage wooden skis by Arlberg together with a pair of 1970s Head skis with Flex Swiss bindings
641.    A Jacques cased croquet set, in pine box £100-300
642.    Eight 19th and Early 20th Century portrait miniatures, individually framed and set within two larger frames £100-150
643.    A collection of early 20th Century portrait miniatures on ivory, including two of Frederick Charles Sasse by Valentine J Downes, one exhibited at the Society of Women Artists; three by D. E. Bond, and various other miniatures, ivory panels, frames etc £100-150
644.    19th Century English School pair of silhouette portraits on card heightened with gilt, 'Portrait of a Gentleman' and 'Portrait of a Lady', the former 9 cm x 6.5 cm the latter 9.5 cm x 7 cm, framed and glazed. Together with 19th Century English School pair of silhouette portraits with watercolour on card, 'Portrait of a Gentleman' and 'Portrait of a Lady', each 10.5 cm x 7.5 cm, framed and glazed; and Early 20th Century English School watercolour miniature, 'Portrait of a Soldier in Military Dress', monogrammed and dated 'WF/1917' (lower right), 8.8 cm x 6.8 cm, framed and glazed (5) £100-200
645.    Two oval portrait miniatures, including one of Lady Hamilton, together with another, a silhouette, and an oil on board of a wounded soldier in the Crimean war £100-150
646.    Adolphe Féder (1886-1943) ink and wash on paper, 'Portrait of a Middle-Eastern Girl', signed 'Feder' (upper right), 36.6 cm x 29.2 cm, framed and glazed £150-200
647.    Adolphe Féder (1886-1943), pencil pen and wash on paper, 'Ile d'Jeu', signed and inscribed 'feder/Ile d'Jeu' (lower left), 25.9 cm x 36.8 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
648.    English School c. 1874 pen on linen, 'Women's Rights' after the original Punch cartoon published February 14 1874, inscribed 'Ancient Lady "Let me drive you, Miss Sharp. It is quite in my way, and I can't bear to think of your walking home all alone!" Modern Ditto "Oh, I don't mind walking a bit, thanks! Besides, I want to smoke!"', 14.8 cm diameter, framed and glazed £60-80
649.    Arthur Briscoe (1873-1943) charcoal and pencil on paper, 'On Board Lwow', signed and inscribed 'On board "Lwow"/ABriscoe' (lower right), 28.5 cm x 34.5 cm, framed and glazed £200-300
650.    •James Fletcher-Watson R.I. R.B.A. (1913-2004) watercolour on paper, 'Welsh Farm near Cadair Idris', signed 'J. Fletcher Watson' (lower right), 33 cm x 48.5 cm, framed and glazed. ARR may apply to this lot. £50-100
651.    Ebenezer Alfred Warmington (1830-1903) pair of watercolour on paper, 'Swallow Wheel, Rivelin, near Sheffield' and 'Farmhouse, Rivelin Bottom, near Sheffield', each monogrammed and dated 'EAW 1879', 15 cm x 22.5 cm, framed and glazed (2) £50-100
652.    Adolphe Féder (1886-1943) gouache and watercolour on paper, 'Fishing Boats Moored in a Harbour', signed 'Feder' (lower left), 29.8 cm x 44.5 cm, framed and glazed. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist, thence by decent. £300-500
653.    Adolphe Féder (1886-1943) pencil watercolour and gouache on paper, 'View of a Bridge over a River, a City beyond', 40.6 cm x 28 cm, framed and glazed. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist, thence by decent. £200-300
654.    Adolphe Féder (1886-1943) gouache and watercolour on paper, 'Still Life with Flowers in a Jug', 41.7 cm x 25.1 cm, framed and glazed £200-300
655.    Zoltán Borbereki (1907-1922) pen and gouache on paper, 'Ballet Scene', 33 cm x 47 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
656.    Peter Mills (South African Contemporary) watercolour on paper, 'A View of Table Mountain from Blouberg, South Africa', signed and inscribed 'Peter Mills/Blouberg' (lower right), 11 cm x 17 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
657.    •Emmanuel Mané-Katz (1894-1962) watercolour and ink on paper, 'Jockeys on Horseback', signed 'Mane-Katz' (lower right), 17.1 cm x 21.3 cm, framed and glazed, together with correspondence relating to the works inclusion in the volume II of the Mané-Katz catalogue raisonné. Provenance: Acquired in Paris, 1938, directly from the artist by Mr. and Mrs F.C. Margolis; by descent to the present owner. ARR may apply to this lot. £700-900
658.    19th Century Italian School watercolour and gouache on paper, 'Woman in a Doorway', indistinctly signed and dated 'R*n***o 1880' (lower right), 50 cm x 34.5 cm, framed and glazed, Provenance: with Leggatt Brothers according to label. Together with a reproduction print, Circle of John R. Townsend, 'Girl Trying on her Mother's Shoes', 29 cm x 20 cm, framed and glazed (2) £40-60
659.    George 'Sidney' Shepherd (1784-1862) watercolour on paper, 'A Coastal Town', signed and dated 'Geo.Sidney Shepherd/1850.' (lower right), 25.5 cm x 38.5 cm, framed and glazed. Together with 19th Century English School watercolour on paper, 'Outside the Smithy', 21 cm x 30.5 cm, framed and glazed (2) £100-150
660.    A Johns (19th Century) watercolour on paper, 'The Peerdenbrug and Bell Tower, Bruges', signed 'AJohns' (lower right), 25 cm x 15 cm, framed and glazed. Together with A Larenise (early 20th Century) pair of early 20th Century watercolour on paper, 'Stormy Coastal Landscapes', signed 'ATLarenise' (lower right), 18 cm x 32.5 cm, framed and one glazed (frames af) (3) £40-60
661.    A.G.Hardy (19th Century) watercolour on paper, 'Woman Reading by a Fire', signed and dated 'A.G.Hardy./1896' (lower left), 17.5 cm x 27.5 cm, framed and glazed. Together with F.A.Lee (19th Century) watercolour on paper, 'Interior of a Barn with Chickens', signed and dated 'FALee/1898' (lower right), 37 cm x 26 cm, framed and glazed; and after William E. Jones (act. 1849-1877) watercolour and gouache on paper, 'Winter', 24 cm x 36.5 cm, framed and glazed (3) £40-60
662.    20th Century British School pencil watercolour and gouache on paper, 'Five Views of Venice by Night', three inscribed with titles, each 10 cm x 15 cm (one portrait format), framed and glazed. Together with 20th Century British School watercolour on paper, 'Two Views of Venice', monogrammed 'GB', 16.5 cm x 25 cm, framed and glazed (7) £60-100
663.    •Doris Lindner (1896-1979) pair of pencil and watercolour on paper, 'Studies for Porcelain - a Fox and a Hound', each monogrammed 'DL', 9 cm x 13.5 cm, framed and glazed as one. Provenance: Estate of the artist; by whom sold Philips, 6th June 2001. Preliminary drawings for a set of menu holders, modelled by the artist in 1931-2 and subsequently issued by Royal Worcester as shape nos. 2953-2956. The models were altered by the Worcester factory, who filled in the bases, against the artist's wishes. ARR may apply to this lot. £150-250
664.    •Eigil Schwab (1882-1952) watercolour on paper, 'Landscape with Mill, Varmland, Sweden', signed, inscribed and dated 'E. Schwab Stor*r*n 1929', (lower left) further indistinctly inscribed (upper left) and inscribed on label to frame, 48 cm x 70 cm, framed and glazed. ARR may apply to this lot. £50-100
665.    Arthur Tozer (late 19th Century) pair of watercolour on paper, 'Two Views of Dartmoor', each signed 'ARTHUR TOZER' (lower left), 16.5 cm x 25 cm, framed and glazed. Together with lae 19th Century Continental School watercolour and gouache on paper, 'Coastal Landscape', monogrammed and dated 'PMG/'96' (lower right), framed and glazed; an 18th Century later coloured map fragment of Wanstead House and gardens, 23 cm x 26.5 cm, framed and glazed; and a pair of 1960s graduation photos, one framed and glazed (6) £50-100
666.    •André Bicât (1909-1996) watercolour on paper, 'San Trovaso, Venice', 1980, signed 'Bicat' (lower right), framed and glazed. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames. ARR may apply to this lot. £50-100
667.    •André Bicât (1909-1996) tempera on card, 'Still Life with Flowers', signed 'Bicat' (lower left), 14 cm x 9 cm, framed and glazed. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames. ARR may apply to this lot. £50-100
668.    E de Donchel (20th Century) watercolour and pencil on paper, 'Flower Market', signed 'E de Donchel' (lower right), 28 cm x 20.5 cm, framed and glazed. Together with Daisy Budge (b. 1914) reproduction print, 'Loch Slapin, Skye', signed and titled in pencil to the mount, framed and glazed (2) £30-50
669.    J. Gaydon (20th Century) pair of watercolour on paper, 'Ex.G.E.R B.12 No 8546 Halts at Needham Market with a Norwich Ipswich Stopping Train in 1940' and 'LMS Class IP 0-4-4 Tank Loco Pulls Away from a Branch-Line Halt with a Two-Coach Local Train', the former signed and dated 'J.GAYDON/'89' (lower right), the latter signed and dated 'J E GAYDON/87' (lower right), each 24.5 cm x 35 cm, framed and glazed (2) £30-50
670.    L.R.Davies (20th Century) watercolour on paper, 'Mousehole, Cornwall', signed 'L.R.DAVIES.' (lower right) and inscribed 'MOUSEHOLE' (lower left), 27 cm x 36.5 cm, framed and glazed. Together with Ron Slade (20th Century) watercolour on paper, 'Coastal Scene with Fishing Boats', signed '-RON SLADE' (lower right), 24 cm x 34 cm, framed and glazed; L. Ayres (20th Century) watercolour on paper, 'River Landscape', signed 'L.AYRES' (lower right), 24.5 cm x 36 cm, framed and glazed; and Henri Alexandre Saffrey (act. 1870-1881) etching, 'Saint-Cloud after the Seige of Paris', 19.5 cm x 24.5 cm, framed and glazed (4) £50-100
671.    Roger Remington (20th Century) watercolour on paper, 'Leeds Castle from the East', signed 'Roger Remington (lower right), 33.5 cm x 48.5 cm, framed and glazed. Together with Jean Woods (20th Century) watercolour on paper, 'Garden Aspects', 34 cm x 44 cm, framed and glazed; Joy Boobyer (20th Century) oil on board, 'Cow Parsley', 45 cm x 50 cm, framed; Stella Aiken (20th Century) watercolour and pencil on paper, 'Chicago Peace Rose', signed and inscribed (lower right), 30 cm x 30 cm, framed (4) £50-100
672.    Douglas Pinder (1886-1949) watercolour on paper, 'Towan Head, Cornwall', signed 'DOUGLAS PINDER (lower right) and inscribed with title (lower left), 28 cm x 45.5 cm, framed and glazed. Together with 19th Century British School watercolour on paper, 'River Landscape', traces of signature (lower right), 27 cm x 37.5 cm, framed and glazed; and Early 20th Century British School oil on board, 'River Landscape', 21 cm x 47 cm, framed and glazed (3) £50-100
673.    19th Century Continental School watercolour and gouache on paper, 'Coastal Landscape', 31 cm x 59 cm, framed and glazed £40-60
674.    Glyn Morgan (1926-2015) mixed media on paper, 'Minoan Pottery', partially bound work with commentary and introductory letter to The Goldsmiths Company 1968, comprising approximately 24 polychrome depictions of ancient pottery, together with various pen and ink accompanying studies £100-150
675.    G.H.Jebb (20th Century) watercolour on paper, 'Floral Still Life', signed 'GH JEBB' (lower right), 18.3 cm x 21 cm, framed and glazed. Together with T.C.West (19th Century) watercolour and pencil on paper, 'Study of Flowers and Butterflies', signed 'T.C.West/1884' (lower right), 18.5 cm x 26.5 cm, framed and glazed; After Louis Tessier (1719-1781) two coloured prints, 'Floral Still Lifes', 23.5 cm x 19.5 cm, framed and glazed (4) £50-100
676.    Peter Perkins (20th Century) watercolour on paper, 'Westminster at Night', signed 'Peter Perkins' (lower right), 31.5 cm x 19.5 cm, framed and glazed. Provenance: Upper Grosvenor Galleries, London. Together with John Dundas (early 20th Century) watercolour on paper, 'The Teign from Milberdown near Newton Abbott', 1926, 16.3 cm x 35 cm, framed and glazed; and 20th Century British School watercolour on paper, 'Wreck of a Dinghy by the Shore', 21 cm x 27 cm, framed and glazed (3) £50-100
677.    20th Century Chinese School watercolour and gouache on silk, 'Three Portraits of Ladies in Traditional Dress', each inscribed, 12.5 cm x 10.5 cm, framed and glazed (3) £50-100
678.    Late 19th/Early 20th Continental School watercolour pencil and gouache on paper, 'Three Portraits of Beauties', each 14.5 cm x 11 cm (oval), framed and glazed as one £50-100
679.    Attributed to Charles Jones Way (1834-1919) watercolour on paper, 'Swiss Landscape', signed 'C.WAY' (lower right), 25.5 cm x 36 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
680.    19th Century Chinese School pair of watercolour on card, 'Warrior on Horseback' and 'Captives', each 20 cm x 32 cm, framed and glazed £80-120
681.    Roberto Scognamiglio (1883-1965), watercolour and gouache on card, 'Pompeii Scene - Cupid Riding a Chariot Pulled by Dolphins', signed and inscribed 'SCOGNAMIGLIO-POMPEII' (lower left), 11 cm x 16.5 cm, framed and glazed. Together with 19th Century British School watercolour on paper, 'Fishermen in Rough Seas', 20.5 cm x 27 cm, framed and glazed (2) £50-100
682.    19th Century English School oil on canvas, 'Cottage in a Rural Landscape', indistinctly signed and dated 'M H*g*/1884', 20.5 cm x 30.5 cm, framed £50-100
683.    Philip Henry Rideout (1860-1920) pair of oil on card, 'On the Scent' and 'End of the Chase', the former signed and dated 'PHRideout/89' (lower right), the latter signed and dated PHRideout/1877' (lower right), each 16 cm x 33.5 cm, framed and glazed (2) £100-150
684.    J Whitaker (20th Century British) oil on board, 'Greenham Common', signed 'JWhitaker' (lower right), titled and dated '1965' to reverse of frame, 19 cm x 106 cm, framed £50-100
685.    Joseph Paulman (19th Century British) oil on canvas, 'River Landscape with Cattle', signed 'J Paulman' (lower left), 40.5 cm x 61 cm, framed £50-100
686.    Irene Klestova (1908-1989) oil on board, 'Still Life with Roses', signed 'Irene Klestova' (lower right), 22.5 cm x 17.5 cm, framed £50-100
687.    In the manner of Benjamin Williams Leader, oil on board, shepherds by the riverside, framed 25 cm x 29 cm £80-120
688.    Early 20th Century English School oil on canvas, 'Portrait of a Lady', indistinctly signed 'AWi*k*' (lower right), 49 cm x 43 cm, framed £50-100
689.    Adolphe Féder (1886-1943) oil on canvas, 'Portrait of a Young Woman', signed 'Feder' (lower right) and further inscribed to verso, 40 cm x 31.7 cm, framed £800-1200
690.    Early 20th Century French School oil on board, 'Portrait of a Young Woman', signed 'vigneau' (lower right), 47 cm x 34.7 cm, framed and glazed £150-200
691.    •Maurice Menardeau (1897-1977) oil on board, 'Huts on the Road to Durban', signed 'Maurice Menardeau (lower right), 23 cm x 30.2 cm, framed and glazed. ARR may apply to this lot. £150-200
692.    •Maurice Menardeau (1897-1977) oil on board, 'A View of Hoorn, Holland', signed 'Maurice Merardeau' (lower right), 37.4 cm x 45.3 cm, framed. ARR may apply to this lot. £200-300
693.    •Carol Robertson (b.1955) oil on canvas 'Under the Carpet', 1988, signed, dated, titled and further inscribed to verso, 161 cm x 115 cm. ARR may apply to this lot. £500-700
694.    •Christopher Compton Hall (1930-2016) oil on board, 'A Graveyard Scene', signed 'C. C. Hall' (lower left), 24.5 cm x 15 cm, framed. ARR may apply to this lot. £50-100
695.    20th Century Egyptian School acrylic on papyrus, 'Tutankhamun and his wife Ankhesenamun in a Garden' after the original from an ivory panelled box found in Tutankhamun's tomb, signed (lower left), 93 cm x 63 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
696.    Elbert E. Davis (20th Century American) oil on canvas, 'Early June', signed 'Elbert Davis' (lower right) and inscribed to verso 'EARLY JUNE/Elbert E. Davis/June 1936', 51 cm x 61 cm, framed £80-120
697.    Rudolf Hellgrewe (1860-1935) oil on canvas, 'Wooded Landscape at Twilight', signed 'R.HELLGREWE' (lower right), 70 cm x 110 cm, framed £200-400
698.    Peder Knudsen (1868-1944) oil on canvas, 'Rural Landscape', signed 'PEDER KNUDSEN' (lower right), 60 cm x 77 cm, framed £200-400
699.    20th Century Swedish School oil on canvas, 'Landscape with a Lake', 59 cm x 140 cm, framed £80-120
700.    •Sven Frödin (1921-2003) oil on canvas, 'Abstract in Green, Red and Greys', signed, dated and inscribed to verso, 100 cm x 71 cm, framed. ARR may apply to this lot. £100-150
701.    •Jan Naliwajko (b.1938) mixed media on canvas, 'Abstract Composition', signed and dated to verso, 81 cm x 116 cm. ARR may apply to this lot. £100-150
702.    •Johannes Ravn (1922-1991) oil on canvas, 'Pheasants in a Wood', signed 'JRavn' (lower right), 50 cm x 61 cm, framed. ARR may apply to this lot. £100-150
703.    • Lars Boethius (1903-1968) oil on board, 'Swedish Landscape', signed 'Lars Boithius' (lower left), 32.5 cm x 41 cm, framed. ARR may apply to this lot. £150-200
704.    20th Century Scandinavian School oil on canvas, 'Abstract in Blues, Pinks and Whites', inscribed '83/20' (upper right), 73 cm x 59.5 cm, framed £100-150
705.    H. Baker (20th Century) oil on canvas, 'Coastal Landscape at Dawn', signed 'H.Baker' (lower right), 31 cm x 52 cm, framed and glazed £30-50
706.    Percy Bigland (1865-1926) oil on board, 'Mountainous Landscape', 22 cm x 13 cm, with envelope addressed to the artist and inscribed to the backing board, framed and glazed £50-100
707.    19th Century English School oil on canvas, 'Portrait of a Lady', 61 cm x 51 cm, framed £100-150
708.    After Gerrit Dou (1613-1675) oil on panel, 'Herring Seller and Boy', 35.3 cm x 25.7 cm £50-100
709.    •Peter Collins (1923-2001) oil on board, 'River Landscape in France', 50.5 cm x 76.5 cm, with Peter Collins studio sticker to verso, framed. Provenance: Purchased from the artist's posthumous sale, by the present private collector. ARR may apply to this lot. £50-100
710.    •Peter Collins (1923-2001) oil on board, 'French Landscape with Chateau', 50.5 cm x 76.5 cm, with Peter Collins studio sticker to verso, framed. Provenance: Purchased from the artist's posthumous sale, by the present private collector. ARR may apply to this lot.
711.    •Peter Collins (1923-2001) oil on board, 'Still Life with Vegetables', signed 'Peter Collins' (lower left) 39 cm x 60 cm, with Peter Collins studio sticker to verso, framed. Provenance: Purchased from the artist's posthumous sale, by the present private collector. ARR may apply to this lot. £50-100
712.    •Glyn Morgan (1926-2015) oil on canvas, 'Barn Owl at Dusk', 1998 according to label to verso, 56 cm x 92 cm, framed. ARR may apply to this lot. £200-300
713.    •Peter Collins (1923-2001) oil on board, 'View of a Garden', 33.5. cm x 38 cm, with Peter Collins studio sticker to verso, framed. Provenance: Purchased from the artist's posthumous sale, by the present private collector. ARR may apply to this lot. £50-100
714.    •Peter Collins (1923-2001) oil on board, 'River Landscape with Village Beyond', signed 'Peter Collins' (lower right) 28 cm x 61 cm, framed. Provenance: Purchased from the artist's posthumous sale, by the present private collector. ARR may apply to this lot. £50-100
715.    •Peter Collins (1923-2001) oil on board, 'French Landscape with Houses', 50.5 cm x 76.5 cm, with Peter Collins studio sticker to verso, framed. Provenance: Purchased from the artist's posthumous sale, by the present private collector. ARR may apply to this lot. £50-100
716.    •Peter Collins (1923-2001) oil on board, 'Lake Scene with Boat Moored in Foreground', signed 'Peter Collins' (lower right) 50.5 cm x 76.5 cm, with Peter Collins studio sticker to verso, framed. Provenance: Purchased from the artist's posthumous sale, by the present private collector. ARR may apply to this lot. £50-100
717.    Attributed to Lucie Lemonnier (1865-1950) oil on canvas, 'Winter Street Scene with a Train, and Horse-Drawn Carriages', signed 'LLemonnnier' (lower left), 61 cm x 91.5 cm, framed £50-100
718.    Attributed to Peter Collins oil on board, 'Landscape with the River Guadalquivir', 27.5 cm x 35 cm. Together with mid 20th Century oil on board 'Still Life with Fruit', 32 cm x 50.5 cm, framed; a 19th Century coloured print of Sydney Harbour with Fort Macquarie, 32 cm x 49 cm; 'London Old and New', edited by John Cadfryn-Roberts, illustrated by Juan Sevilla Saez, (1960, London, The Ariel Press); and three contemporary photographs (7) £30-50
719.    S. Holly (19th Century British) oil on canvas, 'Fire Fly', signed and dated 'S Holly 1874' (lower left) and further inscribed to stretcher '"Fire Fly" 1st Charger. Lieut W. J. Irwin/Aldershot - XX Hussars - 1873', 52 cm x 67 cm, framed (af) £80-120
720.    Early 20th Century English School oil on canvas, 'Portrait of a Young Boy and Girl in a Garden' signed 'Repath/26' (lower left), 46 cm x 30 cm, framed £50-100
721.    •Pierre de Clausade (1910-1975) oil on canvas, 'Val de Loire, France', signed 'P. de Clausade' (lower left), 38.5 cm x 46 cm, framed. ARR may apply to this lot. £400-600
722.    A 20th Century limited edition print, 'Broken Windbreaker', signed titled and numbered, no. 1/30, 54 cm x 73 cm, framed and glazed (framed af). Together with after Randall Lake (American b. 1947) print, 'White Dinghy', 39 cm x 49 cm, framed and glazed (2) £50-80
723.    P. Fondon (Contemporary manner of Sir Edward Burne-Jones) oil on board, 'Two Figures in a Classical Setting', signed 'P.Fondon' (lower right), 61 cm x 9.5 cm, framed £100-150
724.    19th Century English School oil on canvas, 'Italianate River Landscape', 61 cm x 45.5 cm, framed £100-150
725.    Ray Holmes (20th Century) oil on board, 'Linear Abstract on Orange', signed 'Holmes/80' (lower left), 34 cm x 72.5 cm, framed. Holmes was was the designer for the Pearl and Dean advertisements. £150-200
726.    After George Morland (1763-1804) pair of overpainted prints laid down on panel, 'Stable Boy' and 'Conversation at the Stable Door', each 41 cm x 54 cm, framed and glazed £30-50
727.    •Pier-Antonio Gariazzo (1879-1964) oil on board, 'Portrait of Timothy Tufnell', signed and dated 'GARIAZZO/1937' (lower left) and further inscribed 'TIMOTHY TVFNELL/ETON COLLEGE MCMXXX**', 55.5 cm x 61 cm, framed and glazed. ARR may apply to this lot. £200-400
728.    Stephen Hawkins (20th Century) oil on canvas, 'A View of the Downs', signed 'Stephen Hawkins' (lower right), 31 cm x 25 cm, framed. Together with L.Callot (20th Century) gouache on card, 'House in Summertime', signed 'L.Callot' (lower left), 44 cm x 35 cm, framed and glazed (glass af); Ruby Bostock (20th Century) watercolour on paper, 'Poole Harbour', signed 'Ruby Bostock' (lower right), 33 cm x 23 cm, framed and glazed; and 20th Century British School watercolour on card 'Rural Landscape', signed and inscribed (lower left), 30 cm x 35.5 cm, framed and glazed (4) £80-120
729.    R.J. Tilley (20th Century) oil on canvas 'River Landscape with Village' signed 'RJTilley '74' (lower right), 41 cm x 56 cm, framed. Together with R.J. Tilley (20th Century) oil on canvas 'Fishing Boats at Dawn', signed 'RJTilley '74' (lower right), 41 cm x 52 cm, framed (2) £30-50
730.    •Jeremy King (b.1933) limited edition print, 'Marsh Landscape', signed and numbered in pencil to margin, no. 30/200, 40.5 cm x 63 cm, framed and glazed. ARR may apply to this lot. £30-50
731.    Meiko (Contemporary Japanese) pair of limited edition prints, 'Two Cats' & 'One Cat', signed and numbered in pencil, 26 cm x 35.5 cm, framed and glazed (2) £120-180
732.    A collection of 23 modern reproduction maps after Thomas Moule, including Dorsetshire, Isle of Wight, Sussex and Berkshire, many duplicates, various sizes, all mounted, some framed and glazed £30-50
733.    Andrew Watson Turnbull (1874-1957) three etchings, 'Lough Belshade, Donegal', signed and titled in pencil to margin, blind stamped, 17 cm x 24.5 cm; 'Deeside', signed and titled in pencil to margin, blind stamped, 21 cm x 30.3 cm; 'Canongate Clock, Edinburgh', signed in pencil to margin, 27.5 cm x 17.5 cm, all framed and glazed. Together with Wallace R. Hester (1866-c.1923) etching, 'City of London School', signed and titled in pencil to margin, artists proof no. 119, 25.7 cm x 17.4 cm, framed and glazed (4) £50-100
734.    •Roger Muhl (1929-2008) coloured lithograph, 'La Ruelle', signed in pencil to margin, no. 81/125, 53 cm x 53 cm, framed and glazed, certificate of authenticity signed by the artist and dated 31.10.1973. ARR may apply to this lot. £80-120
735.    Adolphe Féder (1886-1943) etching, 'Portrait of a Rabbi', signed in pencil to the margin, 28 cm x 22.7 cm, framed and glazed £80-120
736.    •René Shapshak (1899-1985) monotype, 'Mother and Child', signed and dated in pencil to margin, 13.5 cm x 8.9 cm, framed and glazed. ARR may apply to this lot. £80-120
737.    After Egon Schiele (1890-1918) lithograph, 'House with a Bell Tower', 26.5 cm x 17.1 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
738.    Honoré Daumier (1808-1879) lithograph, 'Un Passage Difficile' from 'Croquis Musicaux', 30 cm x 22 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
739.    •Sir Kyffin Williams R.A. (1918-2006) limited edition print, 'Blaen Nant below Crib Goch', signed in pencil to margin, no 15/75, 55 cm x 37 cm, framed and glazed. ARR may apply to this lot. £200-300
740.    A group of six coloured etchings, including Francis Wells (act. 1897-1938), 'St Michael's Mount' and 'The Bass Rock', both signed and titled in pencil to margin, artist's proof, blind stamp, 15.5 cm x 32 cm, framed and glazed; Alice Barnwell (1910-1980), Bluebell Woods, signed and titled in pencil to margin, artist's proof, blind stamp, 29 cm x 20.5 cm, framed and glazed; G. C. Gaynard 'View of a Canal, Venice' and 'View of Piazza San Marco Venice', both signed in pencil to margin, 16.5 cm x 12 cm, framed and glazed; and Alfred G. Burr, 'Llyn Peris-Llanberis', signed and titled in pencil to margin, artist's proof, blind stamp, 24 cm x 17 cm, framed and glazed (6) £60-80
741.    Remi Parr (act. 1723-1750) after Jacques Rigaud (1681-1754) coloured engraving, 'The Representations of the Most Considerable Actions in the Siege of a Place', 19.5 cm x 41.5 cm, framed and glazed. Together with after Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) pair of reproduction prints, 'Woman with a Letter' and 'Girls at the Piano', each 39 cm x 28.5 cm, framed and glazed; and after A.C.Wright print, 'Interior of a Mill', 33 cm x 47 cm, framed and glazed (4) £50-100
742.    •Ben Sunlight (1935-2002) limited edition lithograph, 'Winchester Cathedral from the East', signed and numbered in pencil to margin, no. 503/650, 47 cm x 70 cm, framed and glazed. ARR may apply to this lot. £60-80
743.    David Lucas (1802-1881) after John Constable (1776-1837) four mezzotints, 'Hampstead Heath, Harrow in the Distance', 'Sir Richard Steele's Cottage, Hampstead Road', 'A Heath', and 'Noon', smallest 13.4 cm x 17.5 cm, largest 13.4 cm x 21.2 cm, framed and glazed (4) £50-100
744.    Beggarstaff Brothers (William Nicholson (1872-1949) and James Pryde (1869-1941)) lithograph, 'The Black and White Gallery, Louis Meyer', 40 cm x 58 cm, framed and glazed £300-500
745.    A set of four 1972 Munich Olympic Games posters, designs by Paul Wunderlich, Peter Phillips, Tom Wessellman, and Horst Antes, each 99.5 x 62.5 cm, framed and glazed (4) £200-300
746.    Seven coloured prints after originals published in Punch, comprising after Lewis Baumer 'I believe you would have beaten me, Miss Browne, if you were not handicapped by your skirts...'; after Fougasse 'Oliver Offside, the Rottenham Hotstuffs' Centre Forward-'; after Fitz 'Overhead Cast'; after Fitz 'Co-operation'; after E.H.Shephard 'Beginner's Luck'; after W.M. Hendy 'Riptide'; and after H.M. Bateman 'Spring in the Bank', all framed and glazed (7) £50-100
747.    •Fletcher Sibthorp (b. 1967) limited edition giclee print on paper, 'Cerulean', signed 'Fletcher Sibthorp' (lower right), no. 233/295, 55 cm x 49 cm, certificate of authenticity to reverse of frame, framed and glazed. ARR may apply to this lot. £150-250
748.    •Olle Nyman (1909-1999) lithograph, 'Floral Still Life', signed and dated 'Olle Nyman - 72' in pencil to the margin and further inscribed, 33.5 cm x 25 cm, framed and glazed. ARR may apply to this lot. £40-60
749.    Gail Altschuler (b. 1957) limited edition screenprint, 'Up and Above II', signed titled and numbered in pencil to margin, no. 7/10, 58 cm x 38 cm, framed and glazed. Together with after Jean Voyet (b. 1927) reproduction print, 'Breton Coaster', 55 cm x 67 cm, framed and glazed; and after Leonardo (1452-1519) reproduction print, 'Lady with an Ermine', 51.5 cm x 38 cm, framed and glazed (3) £30-50
750.    Daphne Jameson (b.1942) oil on board, 'The Artist's Palette', signed 'Daphne Jameson' (lower right), 46 cm x 56 cm. Together with 19th Century English School watercolour on paper, 'Figures Around a Fire in Winter' 17 cm x 12 cm, framed and glazed; and 19th Century English School pencil and pastel on paper, 13.2 cm x 19.1 cm, framed and glazed (3) £40-60
751.    Thomas Shotter Boys (1803-1874) pair of hand coloured lithographs, 'Regent Street Looking Towards The Duke of York's Column' and 'Entry to the Strand from Charing Cross', 30.5 cm x 41.5 cm, framed and glazed (2) £60-120
752.    A group of antique prints, including J. R. Smith after Morland coloured engraving, 'Rural Amusements', 20 cm x 16 cm; after Bartolozzi 'A Bacchic Scene'; a wood engraving of a courting couple; a coloured engraving of Leeds Castle, Kent; a pair of scenes of putti playing and others, all framed and glazed £50-100
753.    A group of three 20th Century reproduction prints, comprising a Japanese river landscape scene, 28.5 cm x 76 cm; a 17th Century Dutch floral still life, 35 cm x 48 cm; and a modern still life with wine and cheese, possibly after Raymond Campbell, 28.5 cm x 38.5 cm, framed and glazed (3) £30-50
754.    After Pieter de Bevere (1722-1781) four modern reproduction prints of birds, each 50 cm x 32.5 cm, framed and glazed (one frame af) (4) £30-50
755.    John Andrews (late 18th/early 19th Century) 'Map of the County Round the Camps near Bagshot', published 1807 by L. Stockdale, 50 cm x 69 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
756.    Arthur Briscoe (1873-1943) drypoint etching on paper, 'Cutty Sark', signed in ink and further inscribed 'a.b.3' to the margin, and signed dated and titled to plate, 16.5 cm x 39 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
757.    John Henry Le Keux (1812-1896) engraving, 'St Mary's Church, Wareham, Dorset', 13.5 cm x 26 cm, framed and glazed. Together with William Taylor (act. 1825-1852) after Thomas Allom (1804-1872) coloured engraving, 'Chillingham Park and Castle, Northumberland', 9.3 cm x 15 cm, framed and glazed; and Thomas Moule (1784-1851) map of Hampshire, 20.5 cm x 26.5 cm, framed and glazed (3) £30-50
758.    An 18th Century later coloured map of Africa, engraved by John Gibson, published 1753 to accompany Thomas Salmon's 'The Universal Traveller', 28 cm x 32 cm, framed and glazed. Together with an 18th Century later coloured map of the south-east of Africa, published in the early 1750s to accompany Malachy Postlethwayt's 'Universal Dictionary of Trade and Commerce', 50 cm x 50 cm, framed and glazed (2) £120-180
759.    Mick Durrant (b.1950) limited edition print, 'Lugano', signed titled and numbered in pencil to margin, no. 133/225, 41 cm x 55.5 cm, framed and glazed. Together with Annie Williams (b. 1942) print, 'Oranges and Lemons', signed and titled in pencil to mount, 34 cm x 31 cm, framed and glazed (2) £50-100
760.    After Raoul Dufy (1887-1953) print, 'Preparing for the Start Ascot', Ganymed Turnstile Print, 50 cm x 65.5 cm, framed and glazed. Together with After William Giles Baxter 'A Quiet Game of Nap', monogramed 'CA' (lower left), 18.2 cm x 27.5 cm, two 20th Century limited edition signed framed and glazed prints, and another (5) £80-120
761.    Arnoldus Montanus later hand coloured map of the Guianas and the Amazon, 'Guiana siue Amazonum Regio', 30 cm x 36 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
762.    Paul Evans (b. 1954) pair of limited edition prints, 'Felsham Church' and 'Suffolk Thatch', each signed titled and numbered in pencil to margin, 'Felsham' no. 15/95, 'Suffolk' no. 26/95, each 24 cm x 24 cm, mounted (2) £40-60
763.    A cased taxidermy study grey parrot in naturalistic setting, by S Strath, 46 cm high x 35 cm wide x 20 cm deep £50-100
764.    A Taxidermy study of a Aberrent black bird, in a naturalistic setting, cased 28 cm wide x 35 cm high 12 cm deep £50-100
765.    A taxidermy study of a Tawny Owl, in naturalistic setting with mouse in its claws, cased 38 cm wide x 53 cm high x 21 cm deep £150-200
766.    A 19th century taxidermy study of exotic birds in oval frame mounted in gilt on a gilt pole screen on a tripod base 145 cm high £150-200
767.    A 1900s 'Gin Trap' other examples and a mounted deer skull £50-100
768.    A cased taxidermy study, Perch in naturalistic setting, bow front, 60 cm wide x 33 cm high x 14.5 cm max deep £50-100
769.    A taxidermy study under glass dome, red legged partridge in naturalistic setting, 42 cm high x 35 cm wide x 15 cm deep max £50-100
770.    A Caucasian woolen rug, five terracotta and green geometric guls on indigo field, geometric border, 185 cm x 107 cm. Together with a kilim rug, 160 cm x 120 cm; and a Middle-Eastern rug, floral medallions, indigo field, terracotta border, 176 cm x 102 cm (af) (3) £60-80
771.    A 20th Century Chinese silk rug, indigo field, central dragon roundel surrounded by four further dragons, floral border, 274 cm x 185 cm £80-150
772.    A pair of modern Persian style woolen rugs, pole medallion on red field, indigo spandrels, ivory patterned border, 180 cm x 123 cm (2) £120-180
773.    Two modern Persian style rugs, with central red medallion against a cream ground 220 cm x 159 cm and another with similar red decoration, 190 cm x 135 cm £50-100
774.    A modern Greek goat fleece rug with Greek key decoration in chocolate brown and cream, 195 cm x 95 cm £50-100
775.    A kamali design cream ground floral rug 135 cm x 190 cm together with three gilt framed rectangular wall mirrors, and a Victorian style mahogany wall bracket
776.    A modern Middle-Eastern style woolen 'Nami' rug by Lano, Belgium, 64 medallions on terracotta field and geometric border, 242 cm x 172 cm £100-120
777.    A Middle-Eastern style woolen rug, 16 medallions on red field, geometric border, 120 cm x 178 cm. Together with a Mossoul style woolen rug, 21 medallions on terracotta field, geometric border, 177 cm x 121 cm (2) £80-120
778.    A Middle-Eastern Caucasian woolen rug, geometric guls on red field, geometric border, 208 cm x 117 cm £80-120
779.    A vintage Caucasian woolen rug, three brown, blue and ivory cruciform medallions on brown field, ivory and brown patterned border, 306 cm x 184 cm £120-180
780.    A Middle-Eastern woollen runner, five pole medallions on ivory field, indigo scroll patterned border, 558 cm x 54 cm £80-120
781.    A woolen Ziegler rug, ivory foliate design on maroon field, ivory, gold and maroon border, 280 cm x 195 cm £120-180
782.    A woolen Tabriz rug, foliate motifs on terracotta ground, ivory border, 320 cm x 210 cm £200-300
783.    A Belouch woollen rug, the central panel with nine stylised pads against a blue ground within a multiple border and cotton edging, 195 cm x 111 cm £50-100
784.    An early 20th Century Turkoman rug, the central field with eighteen guls on a red ground surrounded by multiple border, ripped and torn, 137 cm x 123 cm £50-100
785.    A Middle-Eastern woolen rug, 48 medallions on ivory field, red and terracotta patterned border, 190 cm x 127 cm. Together with a Caucasian rug, two indigo lozenge medallions on red field, indigo border, 167 cm x 100 cm (2) £80-120
786.    A Caucasian woollen rug with two central cruciform medallions on a pink ground surrounded by multiple border, 174 cm x 119 cm £50-100
787.    A kasak woollen runner, the central field with all over decoration of mother and child motifs on a red ground surrounded by a multiple border, 285 cm x 113 cm £50-100
788.    A Regency rosewood music stand, x-frame top supported on a square base with frieze drawer on turned tapered supports £50-100
789.    A contemporary oak desk, three drawers, pull out slide to each end, tapered supports, 124 cm wide x 63 cm deep x 79 cm high £30-50
790.    A 1960s teak drop-leaf table, 149 cm wide x 92 cm deep x 74.5 cm high £80-120
791.    A mid 20th Century cast iron jardiniere stand, missing top, scroll decoration, four tapered fluted supports united by x-stretcher, 30 cm sq x 100 cm high £100-150
792.    A mid 20th Century wooden swivel office chair, saddle seat, swept supports and casters £50-100
793.    An early 20th Century Asian brass gong with hardwood frame, scroll and foliate decoration, bamboo and leather hammer, 106 cm high £100-150
794.    A 19th Century continental elm prayer table, tray top, two short drawers, carved foliate decoration, traces of paint, 96 cm wide x 53 cm deep x 84 cm high £50-100
795.    A Regency rosewood and marble circular specimen table, marble chequerboard design surrounded by concentric circles of various marble, supported by pedestal and triform base, 64 cm diameter x 74 cm high £500-800
796.    A 19th Century elm refectory table, 207 cm wide x 75 deep £150-200
797.    An 18th Century carved oak coffer, three panels to front, two decorated with lozenge centred with a flower, the central panel decorated with tree of life, 123 cm wide x 52 cm deep x 70 cm high £100-150
798.    An Edwardian oak settee, green upholstered seat and back, turned tapered front supports, 116 cm wide x 46 cm deep x 99 cm high £50-100
799.    A set of six late 19th Century oak and studded leather dining chairs, barley twist front supports and stretcher (6) £200-300
800.    An 18th Century carved oak and studded leather hall chair, back panel decorated with carved lozenge, turned and squared front supports. Together with an 18th Century carved oak and studded leather hall chair, barley twist supports and stretcher, lion finials 2) £100-150
801.    A Regency curved backed yellow silk upholstered settee, fluted tapered supports on casters (one support af), 168 cm wide £100-150
802.    A painted white cast iron garden table, pierced foliate decoration, 152 cm wide x 80 cm deep x 76 cm high. Together with six white painted cast iron garden chairs (7) £100-150
803.    A modern pine chest-of-drawers, two short over four long drawers, 91 cm wide x 46 cm deep x 116 cm high. Together with a modern pine knee hole desk, six short drawers; a modern pine bedside table, two drawers, 48 cm wide x 45 cm deep x 56 cm high; and a modern pine chair, turned stretchered supports (4) £100-150
804.    An early 20th Century carved oak triangular table, top with fold up sides to form a circle, carved oak foliate decoration, monogrammed 'TTC' to centre, turned supports, galleried undertier, 66 cm diameter x 70 cm high. Together with a mahogany and ebony strung corner wash stand missing top, 62 cm wide x 41 cm deep x 51 cm high (2) £50-100
805.    An 18th Century oak low boy, single frieze drawer, shaped apron, square legs £100-150
806.    An 18th Century mahogany longcase clock by Richard Deeble Corke, broken pediment with rosettes, arched brass dial and steel chapter ring, Roman and Arabic numerals, eight day movement, flanked by fluted columns, plinth base, 222 cm high
807.    A 19th Century painted oak church pew, blue, black and brown paint, lozenge patterned cushion, 265 cm wide x 90 cm high x 43 cm deep £100-150
808.    An early 20th Century mahogany hat and coat stand, tripod frame, brass hangers, 205 cm high £100-150
809.    A Late 18th Century Scandinavian painted oak longcase, steel dial, Roman numerals, floral painted decoration, bun feet, dated to the interior of the door 1794, 218 cm high (missing pendulum) £100-150
810.    A late 18th Century oak and ebonised strung chest, eight short drawers, brass pulls, shaped plinth base, 128 cm wide x 54 cm deep x 120 cm high £300-500
811.    A pair of 20th Century Scandinavian bedside tables, tray tops, cabriole supports, 36 cm wide x 20 cm deep x 70 cm high £150-200
812.    A Victorian walnut desk, black leather insert, three frieze drawers, turned supports, 126 cm wide x 67 cm deep x 80 cm high £100-150
813.    A contemporary white painted chest-of-drawers, three graduated long drawers, brass pulls, stamped to the back 'NATIONALMUSEUM - SVENSKA ORIGINAL MODELLER FRAN 1700 TALET - MOVE MOBLER AB', 94 cm wide x 50 cm deep x 86 cm high £100-150
814.    A mid 20th Century Swedish mahogany and inlaid drinks cabinet by AB Förenade Möbelfabrikerna, mirrored glass top, drop front revealing mirrored interior, above two panel doors revealing fitted interior, 98 cm high x 43 cm deep x 145 cm high £50-100
815.    A mid 20th Century walnut quarter veneered circular occasional table, single concave pedestal base, 98 cm diameter x 52 cm high £100-150
816.    A modern brass and glass rectangular coffee table, cross stretcher, heavy glass top, 120 cm x 80 cm £50-100
817.    A 19th Century and later Swedish walnut veneered oval occasional table, four painted and gilt mounted scroll supports, dated to underside 1953 £50-100
818.    An 18th Century Scandinavian carved oak and metal bound coffer, decorated with carved Norse dragons opposing each other, bun feet, two plank hinged top, 128 cm wide x 57 cm deep x 58 cm high £150-250
819.    A 19th Century Scandinavian longcase painted pine cuckoo clock, steel chapter ring, gilt metal surround, dated to roundel 1769, makers mark 'APS', 223 cm high £120-180
820.    A Lysberg, Hansen & Therp Danish coffee table, rectangular top with inlaid quartered walnut veneer and inlaid satinwood, four tapered supports, 145 cm wide x 50 cm deep £100-150
821.    A pair of santos rosewood and brass beaded bookcases, adjustable shelves, 144 cm wide x 27 cm deep x 108 cm high (2) £120-180
822.    A modern hardwood chest-of-drawers, three long drawers, 60 cm wide x 30 cm deep x 85 cm deep £50-100
823.    A 19th Century and later stable clock front, white face with painted black metal Roman numerals, light up modern mdf box, modern quartz movement, 122 cm diameter £100-150
824.    A large pair of carved wooden console tables modelled as begging dogs, glass circular tables, 112 cm high x 50 cm diameter (2) £800-1200
825.    An oak framed upholstered wingback armchair, upholstery decorated with horse and rider in a forest £50-100
826.    A 19th Century oak framed carved open armchair, floral seat and back £150-200
827.    A mid 20th Century Danish teak and leather topped footstool. Together with a circular leather pouffe (2) £50-100
828.    A near pair of 20th Century teak bookcases, adjustable shelves, the larger 76 cm wide x 27 cm deep x 85 cm high, the smaller 76 cm wide x 27 cm deep x 76 cm high (2) £60-100
829.    A 20th Century Italian teak clothes horse £40-60
830.    A modern pine console table, two frieze drawers, tapered supports, 122 cm wide x 40 cm deep x 77 cm high £40-60
831.    Two North African octagonal occasional tables, each 45 cm diameter x 64 cm high (2) £120-180
832.    A pair of 19th Century pine and mahogany bedside cabinets, four graduated drawers, 53 cm wide x 41 cm deep x 72 cm high £150-250
833.    An inlaid 19th Century continental table with slate top, 90.5 cm wide x 63 cm deep x 74 cm high £50-100
834.    A modern Shaker pine kitchen table, central drawer, four tapered supports, Shaker label to drawer, 153 cm wide x 75 cm deep x 73 cm high £120-180
835.    An Asian camphor wood chest with hinged lid, 102 cm wide x 50 cm deep x 48 cm high. Together with a copper tray and fire irons £100-150
836.    A modern pine bookcase, adjustable shelves, 81 cm wide x 27 cm deep x 160 cm high £120-180
837.    A set of 12 painted continental single chairs with pink upholstered slip in seats (12) £200-300
838.    A French upholstered armchair, exotic bird decoration, together with a par of single chairs (3) £70-90
839.    A pair of oak X-framed single chairs with covers (2) £60-80
840.    A pair of green upholstered open armchairs (2) £120-180
841.    A pair of open armchairs, painted cream frames, mustard seats and backs. Together with a French open armchair (3) £120-180
842.    A set of four Art Deco style tub chairs in sky blue upholstery (4) £150-200
843.    A 19th Century carved wood torchere, painted in cream and gilt, grape and vine decoration £50-100
844.    A painted cottage dining table, mint green, 128 cm wide x 77 cm deep x 77 cm high £50-100
845.    A pair of continental kingwood inlaid and parquetry oval side tables, single drawers, undertier, brass decoration, cabriole supports, 54 cm wide x 41 cm deep x 68 cm high (2) £100-120
846.    A 20th Century Chinese lacquered hardwood armchair, moulded dragon designs, 101 cm high £100-120
847.    An oval two-tier brass and tooled leather side table, 54 cm wide x 39 cm deep x 58.5 cm high. Together with a circular marble and brass side table, cabriole supports, 45 cm diameter x 43 cm high (2) £40-60
848.    A set of three mahogany and marble topped side tables, circular tops, gilt metal galleries, single pedestals on triform bases, 36 cm diameter x 56 cm high (3) (af) £50-100
849.    A gilt metal and marble side table, circular marble top, single pedestal modelled as cherub, quatrefoil base, 40 cm diameter x 62 cm high (af) £120-180
850.    A reproduction burr maple, walnut, mahogany and inlaid chest on chest, two short over six long drawers and a brushing slide, bracket feet, 81 cm wide x 45.5 cm deep x 162 cm high £150-250
851.    A modern Art Deco style mirror, square form comprising bevelled sectional plates, 91.5 cm sq £80-120
852.    A nest of four mahogany 1970/80s Regency style tables, tapered fluted supports united by curved back stretcher, largest 36 cm wide x 26.5 cm deep x 72 cm high, smallest 20 cm wide x 26.5 cm deep x 67.5 cm high £100-150
853.    A modern brown painted mdf plan chest, six drawers, 129 cm wide x 96 cm deep x 62 cm high £50-100
854.    A Globe-Wernicke oak sectional graduated bookcase, the five sections having glazed hinged panel doors, stamped to back with original 1958 receipt and catalogue, 87 cm wide x 32 cm deep x 183 cm high £300-500
855.    A Globe-Wernicke oak sectional graduated bookcase, the six sections, including five glazed, the other with panelled door and base drawer, 87 cm wide x 32 cm deep x 220 cm high £300-500
856.    A Globe-Wernicke oak sectional graduated bookcase, the eight sections having one panelled door, drawer to the base, plinth base has been altered, 80 cm wide x 32 cm deep x 280 cm high £450-550
857.    A Georgian mahogany fret carved wall mirror, gilt slip, 43 cm wide x 83 cm high (af) £40-60
858.    A set of four walnut balloon back dining chairs, stuff-over seats, cabriole legs (4) £80-120
859.    A 19th Century mahogany twin-handled gallery tray, inlaid shell decoration £30-50
860.    A painted white wooden and cane backed armchair, upholstered seat and arms decorated with Rococo scenes. Together with a white wicker peacock chair (2) £40-60
861.    An Edwardian oak doctor's scales and measure by W & T Avery Birmingham, with original weights £100-200
862.    A mahogany crossbanded console table, swept outline, two short drawers, fluted tapered supports, 80 cm wide x 34 cm deep x 73 cm high £40-60
863.    A early 20th Century mahogany oval swing dressing table mirror, base with shaped outline, 3 short drawers (two missing handles) £30-50
864.    A pair of cottage kitchen chairs, together with an oak and inlaid armchair, blue stuffover seat, tapered supports (3) £50-100
865.    An early 20th Century pine corner display cabinet, later gold painted, two astral glazed doors above two short drawers and two panel doors, 100 cm wide x 53 cm deep x 216 cm high £50-100
866.    A 19th Century mahogany corner display cabinet, astral glazed door above two panel doors, 112 cm wide x 62 cm deep x 241 cm high £80-120
867.    A Victorian walnut and inlaid Davenport, tooled leather insert, hinged front, side panel door revealing three drawers, bun feet and casters, 56 cm wide x 58 cm deep x 83.5 cm high £200-300
868.    A Globe Wernicke oak 3 sectioned bookcase, each section with glazed hinged panel door, 87 cm wide x 31 cm deep x 129 cm high £120-180
869.    A pair of Victorian lady's and gentleman's button back chairs, cabriole legs and casters (2) £80-120
870.    Two near pairs of 19th Century mahogany balloon backed dining chairs, both with cabriole legs (4) (1 af) £50-100
871.    A 19th Century rosewood circular tilt-top dining table, single pedestal on triform base, 122 cm diameter x 75 cm high £100-200
872.    A 19th Century mahogany and ebony and boxwood strung side table, single frieze drawer, tapered supports, 89 cm wide x 55 cm deep x 75 cm high £50-100
873.    A modern pine framed rectangular wall mirror, 89 cm wide x 115 cm high £30-50
874.    A modern oak dining table, cream painted tapered supports, 153 cm wide x 93 cm deep x 77 cm high £40-60
875.    An antique oak dresser, five short drawers, arched apron above pot board, with separate open plate rack, combined 173 cm wide x 36 cm deep x 204 cm high £300-500
876.    A Regency rosewood circular tilt-top table, octagonal pedestal above triform base, 121 cm diameter x 75 cm high £300-500
877.    A Victorian rosewood chaise longue, pink upholstery, cabriole legs and casters, 188 cm long £150-200
878.    A mahogany pie crust table, fluted pedestal, three splayed feet, 70 cm diameter x 75 cm high £40-60
879.    A rosewood card table, fold over top revealing green baize playing surface, swivels to reveal interior recess, turned pedestal, triform base and scroll feet £50-100
880.    A mahogany wash stand, turned supports, frieze drawer, 59 cm wide x 42 cm deep x 78 cm high £40-60
881.    A set of six 20th Century mahogany and inlaid dining chairs, including two carvers, and a settee, inlaid swag decoration, serpentine cresting rails, pierced splats, green upholstered seats and backs, tapered supports (7) £80-120
882.    A pair of 20th Century Chinese painted hardwood armchairs, moulded dragon decoration. Together with a Chinese painted footstool (3) £50-100
883.    A hardwood rocking chair, brass foliate inlay £40-60
884.    A continental style mahogany escritoire, tooled leather insert, marble top, brass gallery and fittings, parquetry decoration £40-60
885.    A North African hardwood twin-handled chest, carved scenes of a camel rider and shepherd surrounded by foliate decoration, brass handles and lock, 102 cm wide x 49 cm deep x 54 cm high £40-60
886.    A late 19th Century Jacobean style carved oak wardrobe, two panel doors, heavily carved with faces, foliate and patterned decoration throughout, 173 cm wide x 60 cm deep x 215 cm high (af) £50-100
887.    Four 19th Century oak church pews, the longest 275 cm, the shortest 188 cm (4) £150-200
888.    A modern gilt framed rectangular wall mirror, bevelled glass, moulded frame, 71 cm high x 100 cm wide £50-80
889.    A pair of modern Italian Art Deco style rectangular wall mirrors, central bevelled mirrored panel, colourless and blue bevelled mirrored reverse frame, applied colourless and blue mirrored floral decoration (one af), 71.5 cm wide x 81 cm high (2) £100-200
890.    An Art Deco A.J. Rowley Gallery hall mirror, bevelled glass, domed top inlaid with the fruit thief, labelled verso, 67 cm high x 39 cm wide £200-300
891.    A near pair of Victorian walnut button back nursing chairs (2) £40-60
892.    A 19th Century mahogany button backed lady's nursing chair, green and ivory upholstery with fleur-de-lys decoration £50-100
893.    A 19th Century footstool, drop-in tapestry seat, cabriole legs. Together with a walnut pole screen, embroidered floral panel, triform base (2) £50-100
894.    A 19th Century mahogany tray-top commode, 44 cm sq. x 72 cm high £50-80
895.    A 19th Century mahogany and boxwood inlaid and strung side table, one long and two short drawers, tapered supports, 82 cm wide x 43 cm deep x 75 cm high £50-100
896.    An oak two section stick stand, complete with metal trays, 65 cm wide x 36 cm deep x 78 cm high £40-60
897.    A 19th Century oak chest-of-drawers, three long drawers, bracket feet, 94 cm wide x 52 cm deep x 79 cm high £60-80
898.    An early 20th Century mahogany bow-fronted chest-of-drawers, two short over three long drawers, turned feet, 107 cm wide x 56 cm deep x 109 cm high £70-100
899.    An early 20th Century pine table, drop flaps, two drawers (missing handles), turned tapered supports, 153 cm wide x 53 cm deep x 77 cm high. Together with a modern pine collector's cabinet, five graduated drawers, 35 cm wide x 32 cm deep x 39 cm high (2) £60-100
900.    A pair of Regency rosewood chairs, drop in seats, fluted supports (2) £80-120
901.    A large enamel advertising sign for Capstan Cigarettes, 'SMOKE "CAPSTAN" NAVY CUT CIGARETTES", 239 cm x 40 cm, framed (frame af) £150-200
902.    A 20th Century painted wooden pub sign for the Malt and Hops on the Shore, Leith, Edinburgh, 81 cm x 60 cm £50-100
903.    A Victorian plaster advertising figure modelled as a dairy cow with milk maid having associated chromed bell, 48 cm wide x 30 cm high x 24 cm deep together with three 19th Century Staffordshire flat back spill vases, two of dairy cattle, the other with cow, calf and milk maid. £120-180
904.    A collection of early and mid 20th Century advertising and shop display bottles including various waisted jars and covers, some with companies, Victory Pastilles, John Martyn Mints and others £50-100
905.    A 20th Century enamel advertising sign for 'Wild Woodbine', the white ground with the legend 'Smoke Wild Woodbine Cigarettes' 101 cm x 10 cm £150-250