Fine Art & Antiques Auction
Tuesday 1st August 2017 at 10:00

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1.      After George Hayter (1792-1871), colour mezzotint full length portrait 'Queen Victoria Taking the Oath to Maintain the Protestant Faith' engraved by W.H. Egleton 1863, with facsimile signature to the margin, image 77 cm x 52 cm, plate 87.5 cm x 60 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
2.      After Sir William Beechey R.A. (1753-1839), colour aquatint full length portrait 'John Penn Esq.' the Governor of Pennsylvania and Capt. of the 4th [Eton] Troop of the South Regiment of the Bucks Yeomanry, engraved by R Dunkerton 180, image 64.5 cm x 42.5 cm, plate 68.5 cm x 43 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
3.      After John Hopner R.A. (1758-1810), mezzotint 'Lord Nelson' to a background of burning Franco-Spanish ships, engraved by Minnie Cormack, published 1894 by Colnaghi, image 59.5 cm x 41, plate 70.5 cm x 49 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
4.      After Desiderio da Settignano (1428-1464), museum ceramic casting of 'Bust of a Little Boy', the original in the United Gallery of Art, USA 28 cm H £50-100
5.      A 19th century jappaned table cabinet, as a Japanese kudansu, with temple reserves to a floral ground in gold coloured paint, opens to reveal three drawers 28.5 cm H £50-100
6.      A small group of vintage medical equipment, including two cased otoscope, the component parts of a stethoscope, a steel cased syringe kit, a folding rule, and a boxed glass measure (7) £50-100
7.      Linda Charles (b. 1969), three oil on box canvas geometric abstract paintings, 'Moon shift', 'Discover Delight' 'Summertime', and 'Summer Sun' each signed lower right and titled verso 51 cm sq.; plus three small box canvas paintings in pink 13 cm sq. (7) £100-150
8.      Nel Whatmore (b.1962), pastel on paper still life with flowers, signed HKW lower right and with Halcyon Gallery label verso 26 cm sq. £50-100
9.      A pair of Chinese woodblock prints, depicting seated Han Dynasty scholars, decorated in pale blue, red, green, and white, and with character marks to the upper right 35 cm x 24 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
10.     William Daniell RA (1769-1837), colour aquatint 'View of the East Front of the New Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.' published 1809, image 37 cm x 58 cm, plate 46 cm x 60 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
11.     An Art Deco charger in the Emaux de Longwy style, with gold and polychrome peacock reserve within a bright blue floral border with white and yellow blossoms, incised marks verso over stamped with carp motif 42.5 cm dia. £100-150
12.     A pair of Chinese silk embroidered sleeves, 50 cm x 10 cm, decorated with figures buildings and foliage, plus a pair of 19th century Indian stumpwork and appliqué panels with bird of paradise amongst foliage 31 cm dia., framed and glazed (4) £50-100
13.     A Japanese Satsuma style ginger jar, decorated with Buddhist scenes, together with a famille noir example marked Nippon to the base, the lids AF 24 cm H; plus three pieces of Kutani ware, a Kraak plate, and another plate (7) £50-100
14.     A brass anodised marine sextant, after a design by Stanley & Co., c. 1900, complete with original leather carry case 7.5 cm (3 inch) dia. £100-150
15.     A 1920s pocket music box in embossed Bakelite case, erroneously depicting Napoleon I being treated for a foot wound in the battle of Ratisbonne 1809 after a painting by Pierre Gautherot 6.5 cm x 10 cm x 3.5 cm £50-100
16.     Late 19th/early 20th century British school, oil on canvas of a civilian paddle steamer flying the British ensign 86 cm x 49 cm, in painted frame £100-150
17.     Early 20th century English School, oil on canvas of a 2-Funnel civilian sail steamer 'Anglo Saxon', flying the British Ensign and a French courtesy flag 73 cm x 52 cm, in dark wood frame £100-150
18.     Bertram Woodrow (British 20th century), watercolour of the Belgian Channel Ferry 'Malines', signed and dated 1922 lower right, 45 cm x 25 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
19.     A 19th century photograph album, compiling tourist scenes from Great Britain, Prague, Switzerland, and Germany, plus two books of equestrian related prints, a volume on 'My Bush Friends in Tasmania' by Louise Ann Meredith, and a Stevenograph of The Lady Godiva Procession (5) £50-100
20.     A small group of Minton's pressed Majolica, including comport, plates, dishes and more (8) £50-100
21.     An 18th century Chinese porcelain sancai quail model, sometimes called the egg, spinach and aubergine palette; together with a later kingfisher on pierced base 21 cm H and smaller (2) £50-100
22.     Two Victorian Coalport cabinet plates, with bird painted reserves and a blue reticulated edge, probably by John Randall, Victorian date lozenge for 6th October 1845, each 24 cm dia. (2) £50-100
23.     A pair of Victorian Minton cabinet plates, hand painted with botanical studies within a pierced gilt rim, with indistinct impressed marks 24 cm dia., together with a pair of later green edged botanical plates (4) £100-150
24.     A 19th century Chinese porcelain Imari pattern fluted bowl, together with a rock and peony decorated export bowl with underglaze marks, and a later pierced bowl 20 cm dia., and smaller (3) £100-150
25.     A modern Mary Gregory style punch bowl, engraved 'The Revellers' P. Properjohn 1992 to the foot, in ocean green coloured glass decorated with white enamels with scenes of an English country carnival 23 cm dia. x 18 cm H £50-100
26.     Two Moorcroft design trial vases, one of elongated baluster form and in the Country Trees pattern with brook and autumnal leaves, the other of convex cylinder form and in the Vineyard pattern 25.5 cm H £100-150
27.     A Moorcroft ring vase 16.5 cm H marked to the base, together with a Doulton Lambeth hunt jug, and a Charlotte Rhead for Bursleyware jug (3) £50-100
28.     A limited edition clock made from the timber and copper from HMS Victory, this one numbered 12 out of 150, with quartz movement 36.5 cmx 12 cm x 8.5 cm D £50-100
29.     A Political Chess compendium, with caricature pieces representing Putin, Bhutto, Castro, Chavez, George W. Bush, and more 50 cm sq. x 8 cm D £50-100
30.     J. Lucas (20th century), watercolour, pen, and ink sketch of a mid-20th century society lady, signed verso 23 cm sq., framed and glazed £50-100
31.     Four pieces of 19th century Caughley tea ware, including a tea bowl and saucer, lidded sucrier, and slops bowl with Fitzhugh border, each marked with an S 15 cm dia. and smaller (4) £100-150
32.     An 18th century Chinese porcelain wucai export jug, 15.5 cm H, missing its cover, a later Imari pattern porcelain charger, and a northern Indian pigment box (3) £50-100
33.     A pair of Queen Victoria's knee-length cotton open drawers, or knickers, complete with Royal cipher and numbered 11 or 55 to the waist band, believed to be mid-way through her reign, 41 in (104 cm) waist x 31 in (79 cm) L £800-1200
34.     A collection of 19th century clothing, including two shawl or capes, a pair of open drawers, a pair of knee socks, a pair of flat shoes, and a black feather fan (8) £50-100
35.     A large collection of Royal Doulton Brambly Hedge characters, including Lilly Weaver, Flax Weaver, Lord Woodmouse, and many more (24) £120-180
36.     A collection of Border Fine Arts Beatrix Potter characters, and snow globes, including The Taylor of Gloucester, Johnny Town Mouse, Lady Mouse, and more (29) £120-180
37.     James Butler R.A. (b. 1931), bronze casting 'Girl and her Teddy' marked A/C I and signed to the base, possibly a maquette for a series of larger figures 36 cm H £700-900
38.     Three pieces of Royal Doulton secessionist ware, including a jardinière and a tobacco jar marked RB for Reginald Brown, and a bottle vase (3) 20 cm H and smaller £120-180
39.     A Persian carpet, sometimes called a Tree of Life carpet, finely knotted, decorated with animals and foliage within a floral multiborder 188 cm x 122 cm £50-100
40.     A collection of Royal Doulton Brambly Hedge character figures, including Lady Woodhouse, Catkin, and Primrose Entertains (18) £100-150
41.     A Meiji period Japanese shunga woodblock print, of an erotic scene of love making, probably by Kitagawa Utamaro (1753-1806) 10 cm x 14 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
42.     A collection of Carne Pottery, with coast inspired decoration in hues of green and blue, various shapes (33) £100-150
43.     A small collection of mid to late 20th century Royal Worcester, decorated with fruit by Roberts, including a pair of coffee cans, a pair of baluster vases, a ball vase, and a squat vase 11.5 cm H, and smaller (6) £100-150
44.     Two pieces of Wedgwood dragon lustre, 10 cm dia. and smaller AF, plus a similar Aynsley bowl, and other ceramics (9) £50-100
45.     A Clarice Cliff Crocus pattern milk jug, and saucer for Newport Pottery Co., plus some items of Suzie Cooper (5) £50-100
46.     A Worcester peach blush jug, AF c. 1902, plus a small early 20th century Worcester blush Alhambra style vase, and a slightly later miniature tyg (3) £50-100
47.     A Troika sleeve vase, 14 cm H, plus an Aldermaston vase (2) £50-100
48.     A Pallme Konig green glass decanter, with silver plated mounts 29 cm H, plus an iridescent art glass bowl 14 cm dia. (2) £50-100
49.     A collection of Royal Copenhagen porcelain, including vases, pin dishes, bird groups, a seated fawn figure, and other forms 12 cm H and smaller (10) £100-150
50.     A small group of large Royal Doulton Brambly Hedge characters, including Happy Birthday Wilfred, Heading Home, Lord Woodmouse, and The Bride and Groom (4) £50-100
51.     A collection of mid-20th century breakfast ware, including Ashbead Pottery, Spode, Wedgwood, and Crown Devon (parcel) £50-100
52.     Anthony Vandyke Copely-Fielding (1787-1855), watercolour Lakeland figural landscape with cattle, signed to the lower edge and with dedication to the mount, 'The House of Davey' framer's label verso 17 cm x 25 cm, framed and glazed £400-600
53.     Myles Birket Foster RWS (1812-1899), watercolour bucolic figural landscape of figures by a chalk stream with sheep in the distance, signed with monogram lower right and with 'The House of Davey' framer's label verso 18.5 cm x 14.5 cm, framed and glazed £500-800
54.     A compensated pocket barometer, with gold plated finish, 5 cm dia., and complete with original bull's blood leather carry case 6 cm dia overall £100-150
55.     Two Royal Doulton figure groups, Flora HN2349, and Forty Winks HN1974 (2) £50-100
56.     A Royal Doulton figure group The Huntsman HN2492, of a master and his beagle designed by M. Nicol, issued 1974 - 1979 £50-100
57.     Four framed etchings of the Lakes and Lincolnshire, including the Bowderstone in Borrowdale, Bassenthwaite Bridge, Lynton Hill, and the Trent at Owston Ferry 16 cm x 11.5 cm, framed and glazed (4) £50-100
58.     Alfred Mitchell (1861-1948), watercolour of the Cornish coast, signed lower left and with abstract about the artist verso 47 cm x 69.5 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
59.     A small collection of items of interest, including Lord Baden Powell pin badges, seals, Parker pens, penknives, cufflinks and more (parcel) £50-100
60.     A group of ten Royal Doulton Brambly Hedge characters, including Lily Weaver, Dusty Dogwood, Basil, and others (10) £50-100
61.     Wolfgang Weber (b. 1936), Wildlife Impressions Pub. Aves Publications Limited, Douglas IOM 1991, limited edition 325/360 signed to the frontispiece, with cover and original box £100-150
62.     G.R. Cunningham & Linda Van Sumerian, Van Somerens' Birds II, Pub. Aves Publications Limited, Douglas IOM 199, limited edition 341/500 signed to the frontispiece, with cover and original box £100-200
63.     A group of 18th century Toleware snuff boxes, vesta case, and a Japanese lacquer collar box 13.5 cm dia, and smaller £50-100
64.     A 19th century Meerschaum pipe, modelled as Venus and Cupid, in original black leather case 22 cm L overall £100-150
65.     A 1778 edition of An Analysis of the Gaelic Language by William Shaw, plus the Eastern Origins of the Celtic Nations by James Cowell Pritchard 1831, and Latino-Vernacular Nomenclature of Scottish History 1819 (3) £100-150
66.     A collection of vintage trade books, from such proprietors as Boulton & Paul of Norwich, Lapp & Flersham, and others (6) £50-100
67.     A quill pen, with attached note 'pen and paintbrush used by William Morris, taken from his work table at Kelmscott Manor after his death & presented to Esme Oldfield on his passing for Woolwich, by W Halliday Barking' and dated August 1918, together with a print of 'When Adam Delved and Eve Span, Who Was Then The Gentleman' after Morris and Burne Jones, and an ancient clay pipe (3) £100-200
68.     An unusual bronze and shell Pierrot, in prone position with head tilted back 18 cm L, plus a 1920's British patent document ivory and metal document clip (2) £100-150
69.     A vintage Allen & Hanbury's silver plated injector kit, a syringe kit, plus various non-medical instruments such as sovereign scales (parcel) £50-100
70.     A collection of Royal Albert Beatrix Potter character figures, including Hunca Munca, No More Twist, Miss Dormouse, and more (11) £50-100
71.     Judith Ackland (1892-1971), an Arts & Crafts wooden box with strapped corners, and iron handles, decorated in pen and ink with mythical and exotic creatures and prose, the top decorated with a schooner 30 cm x 40 cm x 22 cm H; containing a hand mirror decorated with an award winning horticulturalist dragon (2) £200-300
72.     A 19th century Staffordshire cow creamer, modelled with milkmaid 20 cm L x 16.5 cm H £50-100
73.     Shoji Hamada (1894-1978), a cut sided, or slab sided, vase in treacle glaze 23.5 cm H £800-1200
74.     An early 19th century tortoiseshell snuff box modelled as a tea caddy, 6 cm W, together with two other tortoiseshell and ebonised snuff boxes (3) £100-150
75.     Richard Batterham (b. 1936), a cut sided, or slab sided, bowl in treacle glaze 13 cm dia., together with other studio pottery including a tea pot, a handled vessel, and a cylinder bowl with indistinct potter's mark 10.5 cm H £100-150
76.     Sadiq El Nigoumi (20th century), two studio pottery bowls, one signed and dated '84, the other '85 and titled 'Greenham Common II', plus a Harry Juniper of Bideford terracotta fish platter 31.5 cm dia., and smaller (3) £50-100
77.     A Burmese martaban jug, together with a similar terracotta version, and an Anatolian blackware long neck jug 24 cm H, and smaller (3) £50-100
78.     Peter Beard (b. 1951), a golden orb jar and cover, impressed marks to the base 14 cm H £50-100
79.     Bernard Leach (1887-1979), a sugar bowl and cover AF, together with a small bowl AF, St. Ives marks to the bowl, plus a Richard Batterham cut-sided bowl, and three other items of studio pottery (6) £150-200
80.     A collection of Beswick BP3 and later stamp Beatrix Potter character figures, including Anna Maria, Samuel Whiskers, and more (13) £50-100
81.     A Moorcroft Pottery vase, signed and designed by Debbie J Hancock and dated 27.11.99, of everted sleeve form in the Quayside pattern, impressed and painted marks to the base 26 cm H (boxed) £100-150
82.     A large studio pottery lustre bowl, possibly by Michael Winnie, marked with a W in a circle to the base 37 cm dia. £50-100
83.     A Moorcroft Pottery vase, signed and designed by Shirley Hayes, dated '98, and decorated with Malvia design on a green ground, impressed marks printed M.D.S. 18 cm H (boxed) £180-250
84.     A Moorcroft Pottery vase, signed and designed by Alicia Amison, dated 2003, in the Elounda pattern, of bulbous form with a foreground of flowers to a mountainous landscape ground, Moorcroft marks beneath 21.5 cm H (boxed) £100-150
85.     A Moorcroft Pottery vase, designed by Sally Tuffin in the Cluny pattern, impressed marks to the base 31 cm H (boxed) £100-150
86.     A Moorcroft Pottery vase, designed by Rachel Bishop in the Foxglove pattern c. 1993, impressed and painted marks to base, 31 cm H (boxed) £100-150
87.     A Moorcroft Pottery vase, signed and designed by Philip Gibson, of everted sleeve form in the Blue Rhapsody pattern with blue poppies, produced for the Collectors Club 2001, signed to base and with impressed and painted marks 25.5 cm H (boxed) £150-250
88.     A Moorcroft Pottery vase, signed and designed by Anji Davenport '97 in a limited edition 34/350, of baluster form in the Elegy pattern, impressed and painted marks, retailed by B&W Thornton Stratford-on-Avon 26 cm H (boxed) £250-350
89.     A Moorcroft Pottery vase, signed and designed by Rachel Bishop for Liberty's of London, of waisted bottle form in the Cymric Dream pattern c. 2000 limited edition 89/250, with tube lined Art Nouveau style decoration, with Liberty's stamp and impressed and painted marks 21 cm H (boxed) £180-250
90.     Three Beswick Beatrix Potter character figures, BP2 backstamp, including Johnny Town Mouse, Samuel Whiskers, and the Taylor of Gloucester, plus a Storybook Figurines book (3) £50-100
91.     A Moorcroft Pottery vase, signed and designed by Rachel Bishop, of obovoid form and in a yellow colourway of the Gypsy pattern, date 18.4.00 beneath the stamp, and 29.5.00 beneath the signature 19.5 cm H (boxed) £120-180
92.     A Moorcroft Pottery vase, designed by Nicola Slaney and dated '97, of obovoid form and in the Amazon Twilight pattern in shades of green with verdant tube lined landscape, impressed and painted marks beneath 21 cm (boxed) £100-150
93.     A William Moorcroft pottery tea pot and cover, in the Spring Flowers pattern to a graduated green and blue ground, impressed signature with Potter to the Queen beneath 15 cm H £150-200
94.     A William Moorcroft pottery octagonal bowl, in the Pomegranate pattern c. 1920, impressed marks beneath 17 cm dia. £100-150
95.     A William Moorcroft pottery baluster vase, 14.5 cm H in the Leaf & Berries pattern c. 1920-1949, and a jar and cover in the Plum Wisteria pattern 13.5 cm dia. (2) £200-300
96.     A William Moorcroft pottery ewer, in the Iris pattern to a pale green ground, blue impressed marks 13 cm H £120-180
97.     A William Moorcroft for MacIntyre campagna vase, in the Florian style with poppies, tulips and forget-me-nots, green signature beneath and stamp for Grooms Store in Littlehampton, as well as the MacIntyre stamp 12.5 cm H £300-500
98.     A William Moorcroft for MacIntyre twin handled trumpet vase, in the Wisteria pattern c. 1915, the ivory ground with purple, blue and green decoration, underglaze green signature beneath, impressed Moorcroft Burslem 21 cm H (restored) £500-800
99.     A collection of Border Fine Arts Brambly Hedge characters, plus the book money boxes, and books on Border Fine Arts and Brambly Hedge figures (parcel) £50-100
100.    An art deco walnut humidor, by Robert Lewis 19 St James Street SW1 with chrome hinge and fittings, ivorine label, 33 cm x 14.5 cm high x 21 cm deep, together with a full box of La Flora de Santa Marta Jamaican cigars another half case and a quantity of Monte Cristo and other cigars (parcel) £150-200
101.    A resin model of a bulldog, on a rectangular stone plinth, collar marked Mac, 22 cm high x 25 cm long £50-100
102.    A Waterford crystal jug, a commemorative Robert the Bruce cut glass goblet, a footed glass bowl, a pair of glass fisherman's weights and a glass wasp catcher (6) £50-100
103.    A miscellaneous collection of items, including board games, cedar card box, a large labradorite egg, an ostrich egg etc £50-100
104.    An early 20th Century mah jong set, with bone and bamboo counters within a hardwood fitted four drawer box and copper carrying handle 26 cm x 14 cm high x 20 cm £50-100
105.    William J Schaldach, Fish by Shaldach number 633 of 1560, with cardboard outer case together with a Lionel Edwards, A Sportsman's Bag and three other books including a 1944 Reconstruction of the City of London and a Treasure Cot 1934 catalogue (6) £50-100
106.    A 19th Century Staffordshire dog mask stirrup cup, in brown and cream enamels, 12 cm long £150-250
107.    Iain Ross, 20th Century, oil on board, Perthshire Grousemoor near Aberfeldy, signed lower right, dated 1981, 40 cm x 77 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
108.    Hugh Monahan, a pair of oils on canvas, Mallard in Approaching Storm signed and dated lower right and A Grey Dawn Anglesey, signed and dated lower right, each 41 cm x 51 cm, Roland Ward label verso, in gilt frames (2) £100-150
109.    A 19th Century Staffordshire porcelain dog mask stirrup cup, with liver and white pattern, black eyes with gilt surrounds and grey muzzle, having gilt rim, 12 cm long £120-180
110.    Two cased taxidermy studies, thrushes in naturalistic landscape, 34 cm x 40 cm x 15 cm and a similar example with tits in naturalistic landscape, 23 cm x 29 cm x 12 cm (2) £50-100
111.    A cased taxidermy study, jay atop branch in naturalistic landscape, 60 cm x 32 cm x 38 cm £100-150
112.    A 19th Century Staffordshire porcelain bear with muzzle stirrup cup, with polychrome decoration, open mouth with red tongue, over painted muzzle and orange rim, 12 cm £200-300
113.    A cased taxidermy study, hen harrier standing atop stump on naturalistic base, 61 cm x 32 cm x 38 cm (case af) £100-150
114.    A large cased taxidermy study, humming birds in flight and nesting within naturalistic setting, including the smallest of the species, 69 cm x 58 cm x 28 cm £120-180
115.    ANNOUNCE CHANGE OF DESCRIPTION - A William Moorcroft 'Eventide' pattern pottery vase, of long necked design, c1930, signed in blue and with impressed marks to the base, 20.5 cm high, (8 inches) £200-400
116.    A modern Tiffany style fan and ceiling lamp, the lead glass base with fan top 90cm high by 82cm diameter £20-30
117.    Simon Combes (British 1940-2004), 'Stand Off' a limited edition print in two parts, plus a further limited edition print 'Eyes of Warning' 50 cm x 65 cm, framed and glazed with certificates (5) £50-100
118.    Of Royal interest, A Victorian slate and malachite paperweight, of rectangular shape with central inlaid cross of malachite, verso bearing pencil inscription, 'Letter Weight Presented by Queen Victoria to Lady Ann Loftus by the court of the realm' 13.5cm by 8.5cm £100-150
119.    A Bell's Old Scotch Whisky Christmas decanter, cased and full, together with Lambs Navy Rum H.M.S Warrior and a presentation Irish Whiskey Black Bush (3) £100-150
120.    A Chinese silk panel, having central floral design, surrounded by exotic birds and bats in gilt thread with tassels 84cm by 93cm £50-100
121.    An Edwardian 'Auld Acquaintance', A Book for Friends & Remembrances' Arranged by J. Harry Savory' with illustrations by many prominent artist of the day including Rackham, Sauber, Louis Wain, Baldwyn, Hassall and others, together with two children's books Fairy Stories by Hans Andersen, Tales from The Arabian nights colour plates by A.E Jackson (3) £50-100
122.    A Fulham pottery mug, in terracotta with transfer printed scene of 'Common Hare', together with cased Bunnykins figures, Poole dolphins. Seals, a Lomonosov Panda and two other items (14) £50-100
123.    A pair of Royal Doulton Eliza Simmance stoneware vases, the apple blossom on a light and dark blue mottled ground, supported on swept circular bases, one restored to rim 25cm high £100-120
124.    A Doulton Lambeth stoneware and silver plated sugar bowl, with swing handle and domed lid leaf finial, the body decorated with floral and shell style incised decoration, marked to base with artists initials for Francis E Lee date stamp for 1886, 14cm diameter £50-100
125.    A Doulton Lambeth stoneware bottle vase, the incised floral design with beadwork borders, impressed mark to base with artists initials for Ada Wood and date stamped 1882, 19 cm high together with a Doulton Lambeth stoneware jug, the incised decorated body with tubelined stylised flowers and bead borders, 16 cm high and a similar decorated twin handled vase with restored rim, 20 cm high (3) £100-150
126.    Three Doulton Lambeth twin handled green vases, with tubelined scroll and applied stylised leaf design, each 13.5 cm high (3) £50-100
127.    A Doulton Lambeth stoneware and silver plated cruet set, all with incised and scroll beadwork against an impressed ground with silver plated stand, each piece dated 1871 £100-150
128.    A Doulton Lambeth square flagon, with applied floral and scroll design with impressed factory mark dated 1881, 24 cm high £50-100
129.    A Doulton Lambeth and silver plated tapered jug, with incised floral design by Emily Stormer, impressed factory marks to base and dated 1883, 24 cm high together with a smaller stoneware jug with stylised leaf design by Royal Doulton, 15 cm high (2) £100-150
130.    A pair of Royal Doulton stoneware trumpet vases, the upper section decorated with stylised blue flowers within an oval leaf cartouche with tapering bead drops against a green mottled ground, impressed factory mark to base and initials for Emily Partington, 25 cm high (2) £50-100
131.    A Royal Doulton stoneware ashtray, with match holder top, stylised leaf and flower design, impressed factory mark to base and artists initials Winne Bowstead, 11.5 cm diameter together with a Doulton Lambeth blue stoneware pot and cover and a Royal Doulton stoneware ashtray (3) £100-120
132.    A Royal Doulton large stoneware jug, with four stylised applied faces with motto surrounds, 'He that buys land buys stones', 'He that buys flesh buys bones', 'He that buys eggs buys many shells', and 'He that buys good ale buys nothing else' decorated by Ethel Beard, 24 cm high together with a Doulton Lambeth posset pot with applied floral decoration to shoulders and base, impressed mark to base and artist initials for Rosina Harris, 23 cm high (2) £100-150
133.    Two Doulton Lambeth Slaters Patent teapots, one with floral tube lined decoration, the other with painted design together with a two tone Doulton Lambeth harvest decorated teapot (3) £100-150
134.    A Royal Doulton stoneware decanter, with applied hunting scene to the brown ground with pewter rimmed top and pull off stopper, impressed factory mark to base, 25 cm high £50-100
135.    A Royal Doulton stoneware jug, with silver plated top having shell thumb piece with engraving for the Gun Drill Competition, decorated with tavern and hunting scene, 25 cm high together with a similar smaller example, 16 cm high and two Doulton Lambeth Egyptian decorated items (4) £100-150
136.    Two Doulton Lambeth stoneware tobacco jars and covers, one with silver rim decorated with Harvest Pattern, 17 cm high together with a Doulton Lambeth Harvest Pattern shallow bowl and two crimped flower pots (4) £100-150
137.    A Doulton Lambeth stoneware tyg, with Harvest Pattern and applied dog handle, 15 cm high together with an 1897 Victoria commemorative beaker, a similar decorated jug, a small Doulton Lambeth jug decorated with musical cherubs, three Doulton seriesware plates and a Ridgway plate (8) £50-100
138.    A Royal Doulton Slaters Patent baluster vase, tube line decorated with apple blossom to a light brown textured ground having a blue and brown splayed foot, 44 cm high (restored) together with a Royal Doulton stoneware baluster vase with stylised leaf and flower decoration, 34 cm high (hairline to rim) (2) £50-100
139.    A Doulton Lambeth four bottle decanter set, in fitted wicker basket, the decanters decorated with stylised flower and strapwork design to shoulders, the square bodies with reeded, incised decoration, having matching white metal cork stoppers, each decanter marked with initials for spirits 'G', 'B', 'IW', 'SW', impressed factory mark and registration kite mark to underside and artist initials AG, 27 cm high (in basket), Basket 25 cm square £250-350
140.    A modern Moorcroft small long neck vase, tube line decorated with open lilies to purple ground, impressed and painted marks of vase and tennis racket and stylised SB artist initials to base, 11 cm high together with an Old Tuptonware vase and a cased lidded preserve pot with spoon (4) £50-100
141.    Three Lalique scent bottles, from 'Les Collections Flacons Miniatures' comprising 1998 Ondine, 7.3 cm high, 1999 Timeless, 4.6 cm and 2000 Sylphide, 6.2 cm together with an Italian glass scent bottle in pink and a Bristol Blue glass example and other items (parcel) £50-100
142.    A collection of Noritake, and other Japanese ceramics including a Satsuma bowl, a hexagonal three footed pot and cover, a pair of Shofu candlesticks etc (parcel) £50-100
143.    A modern teak and onyx chess set, 49 cm square £50-100
144.    A red leather cased Asprey backgammon board, with leather counters and numbered die, marked Asprey to chromed locks, 64 cm x 41.5cm (closed) 93 cm max £100-200
145.    A modern Lalique leopard, the frosted body marked to front right foot, af to paw, 37 cm long £100-200
146.    A 19th Century epergne, with central blue glass trumpet vase with crimped rim and three twisted glass canes on a blue crimped bowl, 63 cm max high £50-100
147.    A Murano glass clown, modelled looking sideways in blue hat with blue hair on circular base, inscribed S Suigometto or similar to base, 47 cm high (af to hair and finger glued) £50-100
148.    A Victorian Veritas oil lamp base, having opaque pink glass reservoir with relief foliate decoration heightened in gilt on brass support and black glass plinth base, 33 cm high (af to base) £50-100
149.    A chromed art deco lamp base, modelled as flapper girl with arm raised, the other to hip on a circular stepped plinth base, 34 cm high £50-100
150.    A collection of art reference books, including Europeans by Henrie Cartier-Bresson, authored by Jean Clair, Weegee's New York and others (13) £50-100
151.    A pair of 19th Century Dutch Delft octagonal vases, the bulbous base supporting a tapered body and flared rim with painted central floral spray bordered by floral and leaf designs on a banded base, marked 118 to underglaze, 26 cm high (af) £150-200
152.    A collection of brass and copper, including a large pair of jugs, two helmet shaped coal scuttles, a copper and brass cauldron, various brass fire irons etc (parcel) £100-150
153.    An extensive Royal Albert Lady Hamilton dinner, tea and coffee service, comprising coffee pot, cream jug, sugar bowl and ten coffee trios, teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl, sandwich plate and six trios, ten large dinner plates, ten side plates, ten twin handled soup bowls and saucers, two tureens and covers, gravy boat and saucer, an oval bowl and four graduated oval platters (106 pieces) £200-300
154.    A 19th Century and later eight day boulle mantel clock, of typical form having gilt mounts, urn finial, porcelain segmented Roman Numerals, Dial inscribed West & Son Paris, on bracket scroll feet, 37 cm high £100-120
155.    A Royal Bonne ceramic transfer printed mantel clock, the Ansonia American brass movement having a cream dial with black arabic numerals within a gilt metal egg and dart surround, mounted in a Baroque style floral decorated case, 34 cm high £100-150
156.    Two Vitreous China Dexam International Sherry decanters, of ovoid barrel form, one inscribed Olorso Sherry Produce of Spain to maroon ground, the other Fino Sherry Produce of Spain to cobalt ground, both on plinth bases with taps, each approx 36 cm x 24 cm x 36 cm high (2) £50-100
157.    A collection of greyhound figures, including two Staffordshire examples with hares at feet on naturalistic oval plinths, 23 cm high, a German bisque figure group depicting two greyhounds racing, the base inscribed G Bochmann, 32 cm long x 12 cm high, together with other ceramic and glass examples (parcel) £50-100
158.    A collection of glassware, including a red glass standing duck on clear glass base, 34 cm high (af), a triangular cranberry bubble glass ashtray, two blue glass mallet style decanters with mask head to side and lustre top and pourer, 23 cm high and a circular glass bowl with frosted bird centre decoration signed Val Kouulet or similar verso, 15 cm diameter (5) £50-100
159.    A Negretti & Zambra London Relative Percentage Humidity gauge, of circular form with white enamelled dial with black arabic numeral markings and Made in England in case, 11 cm diameter together with a brass 'The Projector' miners lamp, 26 cm high (2) £50-100
160.    An Arabia Potteryware vase, of flared form having black and yellow leaf banding to body, inscribed Arabia Made in Finland Kasinmaalattu Handmalad and initialled ER to base, 21 cm high £50-100
161.    A Chinese blue and white ginger jar, the ovoid body decorated with pagodas and figure fishing in mountainous landscape, 22 cm high £50-100
162.    A cloisonné jar and cover, decorated with dragons chasing flaming pearl, 9.5 cm high, together with a similar example bowl with four character mark to base, 20 cm diameter, a yellow ground circular ashtray with removable lid with recesses for three cigarettes decorated with floral design, 10 cm diameter, a dragon decorated match box holder, 6 cm x 4 cm x 2 cm and three carved hardstone figures of deities, each 6 cm high (7) (all af) £50-100
163.    A collection of Royal Worcester Evesham servingware, including a large casserole dish and cover, a smaller example, biscuit barrel, vegetable tureen and cover, oval plates etc £50-100
164.    A collection of greyhound figures, some in resin others in porcelain, a modern cold painted bronze example etc (parcel) £100-150
165.    A 19th Century Bohemian flashed glass vase, decorated with buildings and leaping stag, 29.5 cm high together with a pair of cut glass flower vases, 23 cm high and another, 21 cm high (4) £50-100
166.    A continental art deco glass liquor set, the ovoid decanter having wheel engraved grape and vine decoration with gilt banding to shoulders and base together with six cranberry wine glasses and four cranberry and gilt wine glasses and another vase (parcel) £50-100
167.    A 19th Century marble carving, modelled as a fox mask within a square stepped, inverted mount, 15.5 cm x 13 cm £50-100
168.    A Bourne Denby Glyn College ovoid vase, decorated with stylised flowers, printed factory mark to base, 31 cm high £50-100
169.    A Beswick model of a racehorse, on wooden oval plinth base, 31 cm high £50-100
170.    An art deco figure group, titled Course de Levriers par Rochard, depicting a pair of gilt spelter leaping greyhounds on oval onyx stepped base, 55 cm x 27 cm high £120-180
171.    A 19th Century Chinese famille rose porcelain vase, the archaic shape of flattened form with dragon handles and open cartouches with figures seated within a landscape, 27.5 cm high £100-150
172.    A modern gilt oval mirror, with scroll and shell frame, 79 cm x 60 cm £50-100
173.    Cecil Aldin, print, To Market Harboro, Houndsman and Hounds in oak frame 37 cm x 100 cm together with a pair of Cecil Aldin lithographs of hunting scenes dated 1904, 32 cm x 45 cm, framed and glazed (3) £100-150
174.    A 19th Century cheroot holder, modelled as a miniature mountain goat horn and foot together with three harmonicas and a lace parasol with thorn wood handle (5) £50-100
175.    A pair of Japanese hexagonal Satsumaware vases, with panels of Geisha, a pair of Imari pattern plates, a Noritake ovoid vase, a Chinese famille rose teapot, a pair of coffee cans and saucers and other Asian ceramics (parcel) £100-150
176.    A pair of ovoid Fenton blue and white vases, with transfer printed rural scenes, 22 cm high, together with a similar pair of Fenton blue and white pottery vases with lattice work rims, 26 cm high, a pair of 19th Century blue and white hexagonal willow pattern plates and another plate (parcel) £100-150
177.    A pair of 19th Century Staffordshire spaniels, painted black and white with gilt collar and chain, yellow and black eyes and freestanding leg, 26.5 cm, together with a stoneware incised jug, a Wedgwood Jasperware teapot and jug, a large pottery German plaque and various other ceramics (parcel) £50-100
178.    A 19th Century pink and frosted glass table lustre, with prism drops, 32 cm high, together with an art deco cocktail set, a cut glass and silver salt and various other glassware (parcel) £100-150
179.    Two 19th Century Continental porcelain figures, one modelled as a young man with floral staff holding a posy of flowers on an art nouveau scrolled floral base, 39 cm high, the other bisque group modelled as a young couple seated, 21 cm high (af) £50-100
180.    Two late 19th or early 20th Century crystoleons, one depicting a card game, the other an interior scene of a gentleman courting three ladies in painted scroll and leaf frames, 29 cm x 38 cm (2) £100-150
181.    A 19th Century Meissen figure group, Sight, after Johann Friedrich Eberlein, the female figure standing holding mirror in one hand, telescope to her eye in the other, next to a seated eagle with wings outstretched and a cherub holding magnifying glass on a rococo scroll and gilt base, with a centred eye magnifying glass and telescope, marked to base with cross swords and incised number 1035, 28 cm high (af) £300-400
182.    A W.H Ell's Patent Safecheck Gold Changer, in mahogany and brass, 46 cm high x 21 cm wide x 18 cm deep together with a set of brass and bakelite scales (2) £100-150
183.    A modern Belgian runner, by Louis de Poortere, the wool runner with red ground and multiple gull design, underside bearing labels with pattern name marked Mossoul, 85 cm x 350 cm £50-100
184.    Two original cartoon illustrations, by Martin Asbury, depicting the comic strip from the Daily Mirror, Garth, both having dedication, To Nick, lower right, each strip 14 cm x 53 cm, (six strips) framed and glazed £100-150
185.    Three opaque glass ceiling lanterns, one of elongated oval shape in red, 43 cm, another bulbous in orange, 29 cm and the other circular in orange 22 cm (3) £50-100
186.    A Henricus Hondius Venezuela map, later colouring, 38 cm x 48 cm together with an Eman Bowen Caribbean Islands map, John Blair map of North America and another of Venezuela (4) £100-150
187.    Two hardwood tribal staffs, one carved with three African heads all having face markings, 98 cm, the other with cross hatch ovoid panels centred with male African mask with face markings, 100 cm (2) £100-120
188.    A pair of green cloisonné vases, the ovoid bodies with pink rose decoration having silver plated rim and base, 9.5 cm high together with a pair of blue floral decorated brass cloisonné vases, 15.5 cm high £50-100
189.    A Chinese lacquered tray, of shaped rectangular form centred with Buddhistic lion dogs and five claw dragons with stylised bats to each corner, pierced carrying handles, 60 cm x 41 cm £50-100
190.    A Robert Sayer and J O Bennett 1779 published map of the Scilly Isles, later colouring, 48 cm x 67 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
191.    A Royal Worcester porcelain figure of a Siamese kitten, a Finch, Royal Dux Scotty Dog and others (7) £50-100
192.    A pair of Berlin woolwork pictures, depicting continental landscapes, 70 cm x 25 cm (2) £50-100
193.    A large Minton & Co pottery oval platter, after a design by W S Coleman, decorated with a pike and water lilies, 53.5 cm together with two Willow pattern oval platters (3) £50-100
194.    An Edwardian miniature on ivory, depicting a woman in profile wearing red veil, signed lower right Sainti, in rectangular ivory frame, 14 cm x 11 cm max together with two carte de visites of Queen Victoria and Edward Prince of Wales a bound volume Hunting in Hard Times by G Bowers and a collection of Victorian Penny magazines dated 1834 etc £50-100
195.    A 19th Century leather cased pillar box style go to bed, together with a collection of leather cased glasses, two packets of Dr Thomas Duttons China Tea, an Edwardian card tin with spinning whist marker etc £50-100
196.    A Limoges porcelain art deco tete a tete tea service, having parrot and orange decoration to yellow ground together with a Susie Cooper green bowl (hairline) and a carltonware leaf pattern milk jug £50-100
197.    A collection of continental porcelain, including a floral decorated and gilt metal mounted pot and cover with rosewood tuned handle, marked Paris, an Augustus Rex twin handled miniature pot and cover, a pair of brass mounted eggs etc £50-100
198.    George James Pinwell (1842-1875) pencil, Study of a Woman, framed and glazed, 12 cm x 10 cm, JS Maas & Co ltd Gallery Label verso £50-100
199.    An art deco green glass vase, with marbled decoration 26 cm high £50-100
200.    A collection of porcelain and pottery figures, including a Lladro figure of seated clown child, five Beatrix Potter Beswick and Royal Doulton figures, a continental figure of an owl atop book with brown glass eyes and two other items (9) £50-100
201.    A French brass cased carriage timepiece, 11 cm high together with a mahogany and satin strung arched mantel timepiece with French drum movement 18 cm high £100-150
202.    Seven Hummel figures, including March Winds, Home from Market, Surprise, Merry Wanderer, The Long Lost Sheep and two others (7) £50-100
203.    A collection of modern Worcester, Beswick and other British factories, commemorative china including two Twining's tea caddies, a terracotta Twining's teapot, a collection of Royal Worcester Charles and Diana wedding ceramics, a Royal Crown Derby Imari pattern pin tray etc. £50-100
204.    Aldo Luongo (b1941-) Argentinian, Limited Edition print 251/350 signed lower right depicting boys fishing, framed and glazed, 92 cm x 67 cm £100-150
205.    Marie Sweeney, 20th Century, American, Watercolour, On the Island, signed to lower, middle left, framed and glazed, 53 cm x 73 cm £50-100
206.    An eight place Rosenthal studio line dinner and tea service, the white porcelain decorated with stylised gilt design, printed factory mark to underside, together with a Rosenthal classic style black bowl (33) £50-100
207.    A modern oak cased long case clock, with German movement, 199 cm high £50-100
208.    Thomas Kinkade, modern print, Make a Wish Cottage, 60 cm x 75 cm, framed £50-100
209.    Rod Chase, modern print, Central Park New York, 59 cm x 95 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
210.    An Edwardian brass fender, with central scroll decoration, 94 cm together with an Edwardian brass standard lamp, 170 cm high (2) £50-100
211.    An Indian carved hardwood picture frame, with leaf and flower scroll decoration, 82 cm x 95 cm max together with a overmantle mirror with painted frame, mirror 98 cm x 53 cm (2) £50-100
212.    A Masons Ironstone meat platter, of hexagonal shape with transfer printed and over painted decoration of an exotic bird within a floral landscape heightened in gilt with inset moulded gravy tree, 52 cm x 39 cm £50-100
213.    A William IV double fusee mahogany cased mantel clock, with white dial, roman numerals within an indented case, pineapple finial on bun feet, 48 cm high x 30 cm £200-300
214.    A mahogany and satin strung sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, with lion mask handles, turned bun feet, hinged lid to fitted interior, lacking mixing bowl, 30 cm wide x 16 cm high x 14 cm deep £50-100
215.    An early 20th Century oak cased circular wall clock, with white painted dial, roman numerals, marked Dallas Inverness, 50 cm diameter £120-180
216.    A collection of Scandinavian and continental glass animal sculptures, by Mats Jonasson, Nybro, Sevres and others together with a collection of drinking glasses, vases etc. £50-100
217.    A collection of 19th Century and later egg cups and egg waiters, including a Sowerby glass marbled example, a Crown Devon Fieldings six division egg waiter, various commemorative, alabaster and others etc. £50-100
218.    A silk top hat, by Lincoln Bennett & co with a velvet brush in a fitted leather case, hat interior 19 cm x 15 cm, case 35 cm x 22 cm £50-100
219.    A collection of drawing and writing instruments, including a Parker fountain pen, a Sheaffer example and a 19th Century Holy Bible published by Adam & Company in leather and brass mounted binding £50-100
220.    A collection of Poole pottery, including a kite shaped hand painted floral plate, a 1950s cucumber plate, two modern blue and red oxide Poole items, a Carltonware leaf plate and other items of ceramics etc. £50-100
221.    A collection of ceramics, including a Lladro figure of Wagtail, a Staffordshire flatback clock group of a highland couple, an unglazed Lladro figure of lady with geese, Dolton figure and other items £50-100
222.    Two Wedgwood glass paperweights, one modelled as stylised hedgehog together with a quantity of glass items including a pair of ducks, a turtle paperweight and other items £50-100
223.    An arts and crafts copper and brass spirit kettle, with copper burner together with two brass oil lamps with glass shades and chimneys in ochre and red (3) £50-100
224.    A collection of unicorn figures, and painted boxes including a family by Windston of North Hollywood California, a Halcyon Day example and others £50-100
225.    A pair of Edward VII silver mounted Royal Crown Derby coffee cans, a 19th Century pottery chamber stick transfer printed with birds and butterflies, a Staffordshire enamel hand painted egg etc. £50-100
226.    A collection of scotty dog models, including a Baccarat example, Belleek, two spelter, a brass door knocker etc. £50-100
227.    A collection of cats, including a novelty Limoges snuff box modelled as a tiger, various examples in pottery and porcelain, some in resin £50-100
228.    A Japanese bronze koro and cover, the dragon handled body decorated with birds and flowers supported on three mythical beast brackets and a circular stepped burner, 40 cm high £100-150
229.    A 19th Century Japanese circular bowl and cover, the removable lid with exterior polychrome decoration of flowers within a red and blue border, the body with floral sprays, on a hardwood stand, 21 cm high £50-100
230.    A small collection of Damask and other table linen, including napkins, tablecloths, doilies etc. housed in a canvas beech bound travelling trunk with leather corners, 75 cm x 45 cm x 49 cm £50-100
231.    A pair of Edwardian cast iron easel frames, decorated with cherubs amongst festoons of ribbons and flowers with scroll, bracket feet and S scroll support, 36 cm x 33 cm max £50-100
232.    A Chinese embroidered silk sleeve, decorated with insects and butterflies within foliage on a sage green ground, framed and glazed, image size 46 cm x 14.5 cm £50-100
233.    A collection of 18th Century and later framed national costume prints, mostly Russian (13) £50-100
234.    An 18th Century Piranesi style print, depicting the monastery St Egidio in Trasevere delle Suore Carnelitane, framed and glazed, 23 cm x 33 cm together with a metal engraved picture of Paermo Cathedral 10 cm x 14 cm (2) £100-150
235.    A 19th Century Dowler style Patent corkscrew, with steel ratchet, bone handle with brush and brass sleeve with Patent plaque above impressed inscription for Evans, 20 cm retracted £200-300
236.    A Victorian royal red leather document box, of rectangular form with tooled decoration centred with royal crest surrounded by a scroll and floral border 32 cm x 9 cm high x 23 cm deep £50-100
237.    Two early 20th Century bowler hats, by Tress & Co and The Roseberry each 7 1/8, one in card case £50-100
238.    A carved marine ivory cane, with spiral body and faceted top, 75 cm (af to ferrule) together with a cloisonné bowl and stand with floral decoration on copper body, 17 cm diameter (3) £50-100
239.    A Kevin Francis artists proof ceramic character jug, depicting Lucie Rie limited edition of 200, the coloured jug modelled as Lucie seated at her potters wheel with various pots surrounding her, base inscribed Artists Original Proof by John Michael for Kevin Francis, boxed with certificate inscribed Lucy Rie, 24 cm high £100-150
240.    A Kevin Francis limited edition character jug, the Gin Woman, no 82 of 100, modelled as seated woman with one eye closed holding a bottle of gin and cup in either hand, 27 cm high, boxed and with certificate £100-150
241.    Two Kevin Francis ceramic character jugs, modelled as Vic Schuler seated with jug of beer and British Toby jug book, devil handle 23 cm high, boxed, together with The Snuff Taker limited edition, no 67 of 100, modelled standing taking snuff in yellow and green wearing a tricorn hat, 25 cm high with certificate and boxed (2) £50-100
242.    Two Kevin Francis ceramic character jugs, modelled as The Lord Howe, one in full colour no 102 of 250 and the other in pink enamels no 111 of 250 both 25 cm high, both boxed, one certificate (2) £50-100
243.    A Tudric pewter cake basket, the hammered circular bowl with fixed handle on circular spreading foot numbered 01491, 24 cm diameter together with a 19th Century copper and brass kettle, 25 cm high (2) £50-100
244.    Three green moulded glass bottles, one of typical shape with sunken punt, 47 cm high, two of bulbous form, one marked Barcelona SA 30 cm high, the other 20 cm together with five glass rummers, 14.5 cm high (8) £50-100
245.    Three 18th Century cotton twist wine glasses, two with crimped bowls (one foot af) another with trumpet shaped, together with an 18th Century trumpet shaped wine glass with bubble inclusion to base of bowl and circular clear stem, chip to foot (4) £100-150
246.    Three early 19th Century toasting glasses, with illusion trumpet shaped bowls, double knopped stems on circular feet, largest 12 cm high, smallest 10 cm high (3) £50-100
247.    A collection of 19th Century rummers, including a pair with engraved grape and vine bowls, 13 cm high, a pair of soda glass engraved rummers, 15 cm high etc. (6) £50-100
248.    Ronald Ossory Dunlop (1894-1973), oil on canvas, woodland scene, titled Bridge Through Trees, signed to lower right, 43 cm x 31 cm, framed £100-150
249.    Ian Houston (b1934), oil on board, beach scene, signed lower left, 25 cm x 30 cm, framed £280-350
250.    Arthur E Davies RBA RCA, pen and watercolour, Rhayader Wales, dated 1984, 14 cm x 19 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
251.    Julius Konjati (1894-1958), pen and ink, titled Washer Woman with inscription to lower right 'To dear Mrs Saloman with best wishes from Julius Konjati', 20 cm x 16 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
252.    A modern Moorcroft plate, tube line decorated with stylised square flowers in mauve and pink on green ground, impressed marks and artists initials HS to base, 26 cm diameter £50-100
253.    A 19th Century Worcester blue and white lotus pattern square dish, heightened in gilt, having puce factory mark with retailers stamp for Mortlock's 24 cm square together with a Coalport blue and white crimped dish and a Staffordshire cheese bell and stand with gilded decoration, 21 cm high (3) £50-100
254.    A George V silver table lamp, with blue lead glass shade, 33 cm high max £50-100
255.    Contemporary art Pure Evil, Sergeant Peppers Lonely Hearts Bastards, Print, Signed and numbered 248/300, 69 cm x 55 cm, water damaged £300-500
256.    Contemporary art Mighty Mo, Monkey Blue in Pink, Print, Signed and numbered 20/50, 59 cm x 58 cm, water damaged, together with POW tissue paper £100-150
257.    Contemporary art Invader, Rubik Kubrick Clockwork Orange, Print, Signed and numbered 72/150, 50 cm x 70 cm, water damaged £500-700
258.    Contemporary art Faile, Dog on Blue, Print, Signed and dated, 64 cm x 48 cm, water damaged £400-600
259.    Contemporary art Tox, Tox 09, Print, Signed and numbered 50/75, 56 cm x 75 cm, water damaged £100-150
260.    An extensive ironstone lustre dinner service, by F. Primavesi & Son of Cardiff & Swansea, with lilac and red floral banding, picked out and edged in orange lustre, comprising 12 starter plates, 12 side plates, 12 soup dishes, 48 dinner plates, a pair of lidded vegetable tureens, two circular twin handled stands, a soup tureen, two graduated circular meat platters, three graduated oval meat platters, a pie dish and a pair of rectangular sweet meat dishes (97) £100-150
261.    A mid 19th Century Masons Ironstone inkwell, together with a quantity of Masons Ironstone serving and dessert plates, vases, a continental pottery tobacco jar, 19th Century English porcelain ovoid vase, Meissen cabinet plate etc. (parcel) £50-100
262.    Sarah E Martineau (nee S.E.S) 1855, watercolour, 'Whitby from East Terrace' framed and glazed 24 cm x 35 cm together with an oil on canvas similar subject signed P Smith 49 cm x 50 cm (2) £50-100
263.    A Royal Worcester hand painted cabinet plate by Powell, centred with a goldfinch upon thistle, together with two Royal Worcester figures modelled by Doughty, 'Only Me' and 'Mischief' (3) £50-100
264.    Francis E Jamieson (1895-1950), oil on canvas, 'Loch Earle, Perthshire' signed lower left, 40 cm x 60 cm, Scottish Highland Scene signed lower right, 40 cm x 60 cm and 'Nr Ballarn' signed lower left, 40 cm x 60 cm all in decorative gilt frames (3) £200-300
265.    A collection of English porcelain, including a stone china plate, a Staffordshire plate, a blue and white bowl with pierced rim, cabinet cups and saucers etc. together with a jadeite figure of an oriental lady, holding a flower, af, together with a glass and malachite bowl, in the form of a fish holding up a half clam, af (parcel) £50-100
266.    A group of framed and glazed items, to include a black and white photograph of military jets, a sampler, etchings, watercolours and prints, all of various subject matters (parcel) £50-100
267.    A Limited Edition print by Gottfried Kumpf, 75/100, showing a gentleman surrounded by seated pussy cats, title indistinctively written, approx. 48 cm x 64 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
268.    A Zebra skin rug (Equus quagga), 280 cm long £50-100
269.    Gary Miles (1949-), oil on canvas, 'Drifting by Gordon River' from the Tasmanian series, 101 cm x 111 cm in gilt frame £50-100
270.    Two 19th Century tortoiseshell mantilla combs, from the Territory of Cocos in the Indian Ocean, one marked 'Cocos' the other 'Chinta' Malayan for love (2) £100-150
271.    A taxidermy of a kingfisher, the small bird standing on a twig within a sandy bush, in dome with stand, approx. 23 cm high £50-100
272.    A modern Shirawan Caucasian carpet, also known as a Shiravan, with purple ground, with certificate from 1998, 2.3 m x 1.5 m £50-100
273.    A large Tilley of Hendon lamp, approx. 66 cm high £100-150
274.    Marie Brizard a L'eau, et voila votre soif calmee, this advertising poster by Emilio Vila (1887-1967), showing a lady enjoying a glass of wine, marked Publicite Geo Arandel PARIS 1931, to lower left, artist signature to right, approx. 190 cm x 142 cm, framed and glazed £250-300
275.    A group of four Russian Revolutionary posters, one from the 1920s, the others possibly reproduction, approx. 58 cm x 47 cm, all framed and glazed (4) £50-100
276.    R.O Shirley A.R.C.A (20th Century) British School, pen and ink on paper, 'Swedish Forest' framed and glazed, 29 cm x 37 cm £50-100
277.    Michael David Barnfather (b1934-) British School, watercolour on paper, 'The Homestead' signed and dated lower left 65, framed and glazed, 37 cm x 56 cm £50-100
278.    A 19th Century continental desk seal, the handle decorated with classical heads interlinked, supporting a turned circular base with impressed seal, 6.2 cm together with a 19th Century carved continental Ivory figure of a gentleman, modelled standing looking upwards, in three quarter jacket with sword, 10 cm high (2) £50-100
279.    A Chinese porcelain tureen, complete with cover and stand having red ground with numerous panels of foliage and bird decoration, having elongated handle to top of lid, six character marks to base £50-100
280.    A Colclough Ivy pattern breakfast service, comprising six coffee cups, 12 tea cups, 14 saucers, six starter plates, two sandwich plates, 12 side plates, six fruit bowls, tea pot, sugar bowl, two milk jugs, and a small oval dish (63) £50-100
281.    A 1970s Meakin Large Poppy pattern part dinner service, comprising six tea cups and saucers, six soup bowls and saucers, six fruit bowls, two vegetable bowls, six starter plates, six dinner plates, 12 side plates, a sauce dish, six dessert bowls, and two meat platters (65) £50-100
282.    A good collection of drypoint etchings, by famous artists such as Ian Strang (1886-1952), J. Hamilton Mackenzie (1875-1926) view of the tower Bruges, Robert Lévy Lénard (1879-1936) view of Saint-Michael Church Quimperlé, John G. Mathieson, Hestor Frood view of the citadel at Entrevaux, A.S. Illingworth, and A.W.H Barnes, all framed and glazed (7) £100-150
283.    A collection of Royal Worcester Evesham pattern ceramics, to include four round vegetable tureens and covers, one oval tureen and cover, two flan dishes, two pie dishes, a three piece cruet, a meat platter, small and large sauce boats on stands, and a starter plate (27) £50-100
284.    A modern illuminating globe, the globe pivoting on stand, approx. 43 cm H £50-100
285.    A Star Dust British Anchor part dinner service, comprising two vegetable tureen and covers, six bowls, six starter plates, six lunch plates, five dinner plates, six cups and saucers, six side plates, sandwich plate, meat platter, small jug, and a water ewer (47) £50-100
286.    Four Beswick horse figures, including a Shire Horse 818, a Shetland pony Eschoncham Ronay 1648, Horse Head Tucked, Leg Up 1549 and another (4) £50-100
287.    William Henry Mander (1850-1922), watercolour of a field house with a shepherd herding his sheep along a country lane, signed to lower right, approx. 35cm x 52cm, framed and glazed £100-150
288.    A Country Corner stand, modelled as an African American maid with headscarf, stamped to the plinth 59 cm H £50-100
289.    A mid to late 20th century jug and bowl set by Minton's Ltd., with flower stem tube lined pattern to a green and blue ground AF 36 cm H £50-100
290.    A pair of Chinese gilt wood carvings, as Dongfang Shuo stealing the peaches of immortality AF 45 cm H £100-150
291.    A 19th century French carriage clock repeater, 14 cm H, in burgundy leather case 15.5 cm H overall £120-180
292.    After Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), oil on canvas 'Bieres de la Meuse' advertising poster from 1897, this version thought to be an over painted print, missing the lower third, signed Cheli lower left 100 cm sq. £100-150
293.    Gerhard Cohn Roemers (1900-1965), oil on canvas 'Kandersteg' of a glacial stream by woodland, signed lower left, inscriptions verso 60.5 cm x 50.5 cm, in painted frame £100-150
294.    Guerin (20th century), oil on canvas Notre Dame Cathedral from the Quai d'Orleans, signed lower left 50 cm x 70 cm, framed £50-100
295.    A pair of West Elm pendant chandeliers, in antique bronze, in original boxes (2) £100-150
296.    A large antler chandelier, thought to be late 20th century, approx. 90 cm dia. £200-300
297.    A small collection of Clarice Cliff for Newport Pottery ceramics, in the fish pattern with relief moulded fish in bright colours, including six plates, a side plate, and a jug (8) £100-150
298.    An African Punu mask, possibly from Cameroon 32 cm H, together with a Tibetan painted wooden jar and cover (2) £100-150
299.    Crown Ducal Orange Tree pattern cheese dish, plus a strawberry drainer and bowl, and two plates (5) £50-100
300.    An Art Nouveau brass mounted chopping board, by James Smith & Sons, together with an Art Nouveau desk set, a swing arm brass preserve pan, a pair of copper measures (quart?), and an elephant bell (6) £50-100
301.    A Carltonware coffee set, for six, in pale yellow finish with English stamp, together with a Carltonware leaf dish, a Crown Devon jardinière stand 26.5 cm H, and a tobacco jar (18) £50-100
302.    A butterfly wing tray, together with a wirework covered soda siphon, a pair of wooden bench mounted thread winders, a roller blotter, and an antler handled Malacca cane (6) £50-100
303.    A neo-classical design carving set, with Sheffield 1906 silver mounted, reeded black handles, Rd 141560 by Joseph Round & Son Ltd. (3) £100-150
304.    Two ceramic studio pottery tiles, possibly Japanese 7 cm sq., together with a lacquer box with scene of Mt. Fuji, a Bakelite desk thermometer, a pen & ink scroll illustration of the building of a railway AF, and two glass measures (7) £50-100
305.    A collection of 19th century and later vintage clothing, including shoes, handbag, lace samples, and more (parcel) £50-100
306.    Kay Boyce (20th/21st century), a set of four signed limited edition prints 345/350 entitled 'Kate Study I' through to 'Kate Study IV', each with certificate and bridge gallery label verso 27 cm x 22 cm, framed and glazed (4) £50-100
307.    Kay Boyce (20th/21st century), a pair of signed limited edition prints 466/500 entitled 'Romance I' and 'Romance II', each with certificate and bridge gallery label verso 33 cmx 20 cm, framed and glazed (2) £50-100
308.    Kay Boyce (20th/21st century), three signed limited edition prints entitled 'Reflections in Lace', 'Clare II', and 'Mystery' each with certificate and bridge gallery label verso 55.5 cm x 43 cm and smaller, framed and glazed (3) £50-100
309.    H van Nedervelde (20th century), crayon landscape farmstead, signed lower right and dated 1957, with notes to the border 34 cm x 49.5 cm, framed and glazed; together with a Roger Harris (20th century) limited edition lithographic print 'Five Strawberries' 64/125 signed in pencil 17 cm x 13.5 cm, framed and glazed, and a mid-20th century watercolour still life by Reeze dated '48 signed lower right 17 cm x 26 cm, framed and glazed (3) £50-100
310.    An 18th century delft baluster vase, of lobed octagonal form, and decorated in Mohamedan blue AF 25.5 cm H £120-180
311.    A Ming Dynasty Chinese blue and white stoneware wine ewer, with short spout and four suspension loops, decorated with blue characters 14 cm H £120-180
312.    Carl Milton Jensen (1855-1928), oil on board wooded landscape 'Pathway Through the Pines', signed and dated 1899 lower right, partial Bruun Rasmussen label verso 40.5 cm x 55 cm, in gilt frame £200-300
313.    Einar Parslev (1891-1977), oil on hessian pastoral scene of a tree covered track between fields passing over a bridge, signed dated 1944 in red lower left with pencil notes verso 80 cm x 110 cm, in gilt frame £150-200
314.    Harry Taylor (b. 1931), three oil on board pastoral scenes of Yorkshire, each signed lower left and with artist's bio. verso 20.5 cm x 30.5 cm, in gilt frames (3) £100-150
315.    The Select Works of John Bunyan, pub. William Collins, Sons & Co. 1869, with embossed parcel gilt cover 29 cm x 22 cm £50-100
316.    Beryl Cook O.B.E. (1926-2008), signed print 'Dining in Paris' with blind stamp, from a series of 650, image 45.5 cm x 41 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
317.    Beryl Cook O.B.E. (1926-2008), signed print 'In the Snug' with blind stamp, from a series of 650, image 40.5 cm x 43 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
318.    Beryl Cook O.B.E. (1926-2008), signed print 'Shall We Dance?' with blind stamp, from a series of 650, image 51 cm x 36 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
319.    Beryl Cook O.B.E. (1926-2008), signed print 'The Birthday Cake' with blind stamp, from a series of 650, image 51 cm x 37 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
320.    Beryl Cook O.B.E. (1926-2008), signed print 'Tea in the Garden' with blind stamp, from a series of 650, image 42 cm x 39.5 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
321.    Beryl Cook O.B.E. (1926-2008), signed print 'Bus Stop' with blind stamp, from a series of 650, image 39.5 cm x 51 cm, framed and glazed £100-150
322.    A pair of Tiffany style pendant light shades, with leaded lights in different colours of translucent glass, each 40.5 cm dia., complete with ceiling fittings (4) £50-100
323.    A Jaeger le Coutre mantle clock, decorated in the Japanese style with cranes to a red ground 20.5 cm W £100-150
324.    A 19th century Bohemian glass bowl, decorated with blue lustre peacocks within trailing gilt strawberry plants to a clear glass body 21 cm dia. £120-180
325.    A small group of collectibles, including an amber brooch, a carved dog whistle, a silver and enamel dragonfly brooch, etc. (parcel) £50-100
326.    A Parker 51 fountain pen, in original box, plus a Mont Blanc propelling pencil (2) £100-150
327.    Marcus Clayton Stone R.A. (1840-1921), graphite on paper full length male nude, signed and dated 1890 lower right, AF, 76 cm x 53 cm £50-100
328.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), a portfolio of mainly nude studies of the female form, plus other sketches (parcel) £50-100
329.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), a portfolio of mainly colour landscapes, some Mediterranean subjects, plus some 19th century sketches by other unknown artists (parcel) £50-100
330.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), a folio of mainly pastel portraits on sandpaper, some signed (parcel) £50-100
331.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), a folio of mainly graphite and pastel nude studies, unsigned (parcel) £50-100
332.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), a collection of painting apparatus, including paint boxes, brushes, palettes, and smock (parcel) £50-100
333.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), oil on board of an unknown sitter in green jumper, Portrait of a Young Lady, 60cm by 50cm, unframed £50-100
334.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), oil on canvas of an unknown sitter in green dress, Portrait of a Lady, 60cm by 50cm, not on a stretcher £50-100
335.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), an oil on canvas portrait of Joanna Cholmondeley (b. 1958) wearing blue jumper seated on a ladder back chair, Portrait of a Joanna Cholmondeley, 76cm by 64cm, signed Hailstone, date unclear, unframed, damages £50-100
336.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), oil on board study of an unknown sitter wearing green blouse and head scarf, Portrait of a Lady, 50cm by 40cm, signed Hailstone, unframed £50-100
337.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), oil on canvas study of an unknown female sitter with dark hair and wearing purple jacket, Portrait of a Lady, 76cm by 64cm, signed Hailstone '81, unframed £50-100
338.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), a highly important preparatory oil on canvas sketch of Winston Churchill done as part of the initial works leading up to Hailstone's most influential commission, Portrait of Winston Churchill, oil on canvas, presented in a stucco ill fitting frame £250-350
339.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), oil on board study of an unknown female sitter wearing green top, Portrait of a Lady, 60cm by 50cm, unframed £50-100
340.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), two important preparatory pastel on paper sketch portraits of HRH Queen Elizabeth II, both studies done in c1978 in preparation for the portrait for the 15th Lancers, one faint in red, the other with more colour, both approx 56cm by 36cm on sandpaper (2) £100-150
341.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), an important pastel on paper preparatory sketch of HRH Queen Elizabeth II, Portrait of the Queen, signed Hailstone 78 and June 1-78, 50cm by 43cm, unmounted, torn to lower left £100-150
342.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), a highly important and finished oil on canvas portrait of HRH Queen Elizabeth II commissioned by the 16th/5th The Queen's Royal Lancers in c1978, Portrait of the Queen, 122cm by 92cm, in green and gilt frame. This portrait is one of the two finished paintings presented for choice for the commission and the other example is held by the Royal Lancers in Catterick £1500-2500
343.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), portrait of a British Army Officer oil on canvas, believed to be have been serving in the Far East in the Emergencies post WWII whilst Bernard Hailstone was painting Lord Mountbatten and his chief of staff, c1946, Portrait of a British Army Officer, 64cm by 49cm, not on stretcher or framed, some creasing and minor scuffs £50-100
344.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), portrait study oil on canvas, believed to have been painted at his Chelsea studio, Portrait of a Far Eastern Lady, 61cm by 46cm, signed Hailstone, unframed £50-100
345.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), portrait study oil on canvas, Portrait of a Young Lady, 50cm by 40cm, off stretcher and unframed £50-100
346.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), portrait study oil on board, Portrait of a Young Girl in Pink Dress, 50cm by 40cm, unframed, some scratching £50-100
347.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), oil on canvas, Portrait of a Lady in Black & White Striped Blouse, 61cm by 51cm, unframed £50-100
348.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), two preparatory oil on canvas portrait sketches, both being a Portrait of a Lady, both not on stretchers and unframed (2) £50-100
349.    Bernard Hailstone R.P. (1910-1987), a group of six preparatory portrait sketches of ladies on paper, including, Portrait of a Punk / Fashionable Lady in Black, and others, some with tears and damages, all unframed (6) £50-100
350.    Hal Hurst R.B.A. R.I. R.O.I. H.R.M.S. (1865 - 1938), watercolour portrait of a middle eastern gentleman, signed lower left 28 cm x 18 cm, plus an indistinctly signed watercolour landscape 21.5 cm x 30 cm, unframed (2) £100-150