Antiques & Fine Art
Tuesday 7th November 2017 at 10:00

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1.      A Shelley six place coffee set, in original card box, each coffee can and saucer transfer decorated in floral design, heightened in gilt, factory mark to base (12) £50-100
2.      A late 18th Century mahogany crossbanded and chequered strung knife box, having shaped front, hinged lid, af interior, white metal escutcheon, 36 cm high x 22 cm wide x 24 cm deep £100-150

A Copeland parian bust of Ophelia, after the original by W O Marshall, supported on a socle stem and column plinth, marked to underside, heightened in gilt, central bar joining bust to stem to plinth missing, 42 cm high £150-250
4.      A collection of metalware, including a brass fire iron set, a copper coal scuttle, and other items £50-100
5.      A collection of Dartington, 'The Complete Inbiba' glasses, designed by Frank Thrower, comprising two cased brandy glasses, two cased burgundy glasses, five beer glasses, three other goblets, two decanters etc £100-150
6.      Six Dartington art deco collection old fashioned tumblers, designed by Frank Thrower in original packaging, together with a matching ice bucket and matching decanter and stopper £100-150
7.      A Dartington Daisy pattern dessert service, designed by Frank Thrower, comprising a trifle dish, two fruit bowls, cake plate, nine ice bowls and two other bowls £100-150
8.      A collection of Dartington glass, including a carafe, large ice bucket, various dimple designed bowls and other items £50-100
9.      Of Local Interest: Three Architectural Drawings, Circa 1928, for the new clock house in Speenhamland Newbury by C.R.Rowland Clark, 77 cm x 57 cm (3) £100-120
10.     A 19th Century coromandel and nickel plated piccolo, unsigned, 29.5 cm together with an amber and meerschaum cased cheroot holder, another similar with silver mounts, and various bowling measures and score cards £50-100
11.     An Edwardian cased Maple & Co mother of pearl and silver plated twelve place fruit set, together with a T G Green willow pattern jug and a 19th Century blue and white ewer with printed scene of castle within gardens £50-100
12.     A collection of miscellaneous items, including a set of postal scales, a mahogany tea caddy, a turned oak fruit bowl, a blue and white large water basin and various other items £50-100
13.     A 14ct gold nibbed and marbleised pen set, in fitted box with matching pencil, together with a Swan gold nibbed fountain pen, gold plated pencil, various nibs and other fountain pens etc £50-100
14.     An Edwardian leather travelling suitcase, with various labels, 66 cm x 41 cm x 24 cm high £50-100
15.     A wool Persian rug, the central all over panel decorated with a garden design of ferns, flowers and pomegranates surrounded by a multiple border of similar design, faded, 190 cm x 140 cm £50-100
16.     Christian Pedersen, Danish, 20th Century, oil on canvas, landscape with cottage and drive, pine framed, 65 cm x 55 cm, signed and dated lower right 1963 £50-100
17.     After Guido Reni, St Joseph and the baby Jesus, holding an apple, 19th Century, oil on panel, in later gilt frame, verso with Ballam label, split to panel, 46 cm x 38 cm £50-100
18.     James Carruthers Brough, watercolour on paper, Italian mosaic study, centred with Jesus in blue robe flanked by urns and grotesques with separate panels depicting the Madonna and Mary Magdalene in a multiple classical border, with impressed stamp E.S, 38 cm x 63 cm £80-120
19.     A pair of Chinese brass dragon vases, of ovoid form with straight necks decorated with dragons contesting the flaming pearl, having seven character mark to base, 26 cm high (2) £50-100
20.     An early 20th Century christening robe, the lace exterior with embroidered stylised floral design within an art deco style border having silk lining £50-100
21.     A collection of character jugs, Royal Doulton, Burleighware, Sandlandware and other factories including a large Gone Away by Royal Doulton, a large Winston Churchill toby jug and a matching smaller example by Royal Doulton, a Wedgwood & Co Unicorn and beggar example, a Sandland Tony Weller and others £100-150
22.     Eight Royal Doulton figures, comprising The Bridesmaid HN 2196, Blythe Morning HN 2065, Darling HN 1985, Bedtime HN 1978, Stayed at Home HN 2207, My Teddy HN 2177, Penny HN 2338 and Baby Bunting HN 2108 af (8) £100-150
23.     Two commemorative Paragon china items, produced during War of Britain, patriotic series comprising a cup and saucer with quotation 'There will always be and England', a circular pin dish with Churchill quotation, together with two West German Hummel figure groups, a Danish model of a goose and other items £50-100
24.     Charles P Pitt, 19th Century, British, oil on canvas, continental street scene with spire to background, signed lower left, framed, 37 cm x 27 cm £50-100
25.     U Spry, watercolour, Errigal Mountain, 17 cm x 24.5 cm together with five 19th framed prints (6) £50-100
26.     William Hogarth, The Genuine Graphic Works, Consisting of 160 engravings faithfully copied from the originals by Thomas Cook, London dated 1813, printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster Row with William Hancocks bookplate, half Moroccan bound, minor foxing to edge of pages, binding good together with two volumes of Illustrated Travels, a Record of Discovery, Geography and Adventure edited by H.W. Bates, half Moroccan bound and two volumes of Payne's Royal Dresden Gallery, full Moroccan with gilt edging (5) £100-200
27.     A 20th Century Vastey Brothers brass ships mercury stick barometer, and thermometer on gimbal bracket No 107, 92 cm high £100-150
28.     A 19th Century pressed maple circular snuff box, the top with relief decoration titled 'Retour De Chasse d'Henri IV' 8.5 cm diameter £60-100
29.     A collection of miscellaneous items, including a white metal circular gaming counter box, the top decorated with painting on ivory of a classical female holding up an oval plaque spelling love, an agate and base metal pill box, a 19th Century ivory miniature microscope, a conciliar nut sewing tape and needle case marked Jerusalem, a travelling thermometer and other items £100-200
30.     A Victorian amethyst and clear glass scent bottle, 10 cm high together with a silver octagonal shaped slide pencil and fountain pen and two Eversharp gold plated pencils £80-120
31.     A 19th Century Indian miniature painted on ivory, depicting the Taj Mahal, 2.6 cm x 3.4 cm £50-100
32.     A collection of lace making items, including three cushions, a folder containing a quantity of modern turned wood bobbins, various pin cushions and stands and a large quantity of thread (parcel) £100-150
33.     A Wedgwood Kutani Crane pattern dinner service, comprising eight dinner plates, eight side plates, two tureens and covers, a sauce boat and stand, an oval meat platter, eight coffee cans and saucers, coffee pot, five small plates, ashtray, vase and cover and small bowl (49) £100-150
34.     A Victorian Fine Art Society etching, three quarter length portrait of a woman in fur trimmed cape and feathered hat, framed and glazed, 39 cm x 28 cm, with Fine Art Society printing 1st May 1883 £50-100
35.     A Shelley large ovoid jug, with ribbed body and green and mauve drip glaze design, 26 cm high, a Masons vista transfer printed teapot stand, a Crown Staffordshire bachelor teapot and milk jug with transfer printed floral design, a set of six silver George V teaspoons and other items to include costume jewellery £50-100
36.     A collection of eleven Royal Doulton Brambly Hedge figurines, Mr Toadflax DBH 10, Mrs Apple DBH 3, Dusty Dogwood DBH 6, Mr Apple DBH 2, Wilfred Toadflax DBH 7, Lord Woodmouse DBH 4, Poppy Eyebright DBH 1, Primrose Woodmouse DBH 8, Lady Woodmouse DBH 5, Basil DBH 14 and Old Mrs Eyebright DBH 9 (11) £50-100
37.     A studio soda glass lemonade set, comprising jug and six stemmed goblets with blue spreading feet (7) £50-100
38.     A 20th Century oak cased grandmother clock, with brass and steel chapter ring, eight day movement, Westminster and Whittington chime, dome top, 166 cm high £50-100
39.     An Edwardian ebonised Vienna style wall clock, with eight day movement within an ornate carved column case, 110 cm high £50-100
40.     Leeson Rowbotham, 20th Century, acrylic on board, Evening Sun after Rain, Friars Crag, Lake Derwent Water, signed lower left, 36 cm x 45 cm £150-200
41.     A 20th Century laid down over painted print, HMS Victory in gilt frame, 30 cm x 43 cm £50-100
42.     A 19th Century cast iron and brass gaming wheel, the drum shaped cylinder with protruding tapered pegs and tear drop shaped flaps covering various numbers on an ornate floral stem, af to pegs, 34 cm high £50-100
43.     An Edwardian hexagonal shaped squeezebox, with rosewood fret carved ends, bone buttons, paper and leather bellows in a fitted mahogany box £50-100
44.     An E Thomas & Williams Aberdare miners lamp, with electrical fitting, 28 cm high and a railway Sherwood Birmingham lamp (2) £50-100
45.     A 20th Century scratch built model of an artillery cannon, with cast iron green and black painted wheels and steel cannon, 42 cm x 20 cm high £50-100
46.     An 18th Century Liverpool pearlware blue and white teapot, with chinoiserie decoration 11 cm high, af, a similar decorated cylindrical tea caddy 8 cm diameter x 9 cm high, together with two later stoneware tea caddies, one in blue and white 6 cm square x 10 cm high and the other modelled as a pagoda with polychrome chinoiserie decoration 10.5 cm x 17 cm high £100-150
47.     A 19th Century toleware cylindrical tea caddy, 8 cm diameter x 12 cm high, an earlier octagonal example af to decoration 6.5 cm x 10 cm high and a transfer printed Edwardian example, still containing tea leaves 5.7 cm x 13 cm high £100-150
48.     An 18th Century blue and white Meissen tea canister, having fluted body, stylised floral sprays with gilt metal top, 6.5 cm x 10 cm high together with three later continental porcelain tea caddies £100-150
49.     Three 19th Century chukmuks, from Afghanistan, having detailed steel and white metal design, one with flint to hide pouch together with two Persian steels and two 19th Century brass cylinders containing flints and steels £100-150
50.     A Victorian ivory page turner, with engraved monogram to one side, WHL, 43 cm long together with two Edwardian paper knives and a pair of glow stretchers £50-100
51.     A 19th Century Chinese segmented cloisonné vase, the copper base with all over decoration of five clawed dragons contesting the flaming pearl with floral decoration on a hardwood stand, 39 cm high £100-150
52.     Three 19th Century tin tinder boxes, two with candle stick tops, together with a brass example with tapering handle, each containing flints and steel, one example having early matches, together with a chamber stick and snuffer and a pair of steel candle snuffers £50-100
53.     An 18th Century Chinese famille rose tea caddy, of rectangular form with sloping shoulders and floral spray 8 cm x 12 cm high, together with a 19th Century Chinese Canton famille rose octagonal example and a large later Chinese blue and white caddy £100-150
54.     Three 18th Century Chinese exportware rectangular blue and white tea caddies, all with similar landscape design, all heightened in gilt, one more faded, approximately 8.5 cm x 12 cm high £100-150
55.     A 17th Century Chinese porcelain rectangular blue and white tea caddy, each panel with painted design of landscape and foliage, with associated metal top, 7.8 cm x 12 cm high together with an 18th Century Chinese blue and white square example, 8 cm square x 12.5 cm high af and a later rectangular example missing top, 11.5 cm x 12 cm high £100-150
56.     Two 18th Century Chinese imari pattern tea caddies, of rectangular shape, one having bracket feet and heightened in gilt, 9 cm x 11 cm high with hardwood top, the other 9.5 cm x 11 cm high £100-150
57.     An 18th Century Chinese blue and white porcelain tea caddy, of octagonal shape, the two larger panels with landscape design flanked by floral sprays with matching lid, 9 cm x 11.5 cm high £180-220
58.     An 18th Century Chinese famille rose ovoid tea caddy, decorated with fisherman and merchants and a seated sage on a scroll spreading base with matching lid, 13 cm high, together with two blue and white ovoid Chinese tea caddies, 13 cm high £120-150
59.     A collection of Chinese porcelain, including a Ming dynasty circular shallow dish with dancing figures, two 18th Century table salts, a small circular blue and white bowl and two square dishes £100-150
60.     A Victorian opaque glass oil lamp, with transfer printed decoration of blackbird and snail on a turquoise ground with white glass shade, 52 cm high, together with a continental pewter art nouveau oil lamp, 25 cm high £50-100
61.     Three pairs of 19th Century steel cruise oil lamps, the wax drip pans with elongated wick holders on a curved bracket, approximately 22 cm high £50-100
62.     Two 18th Century brass and steel bed warmers, with circular pierced decoration, 108 cm high, together with an iron pot hook, 100 cm £50-100
63.     A small collection of penknives, including a mother of pearl and silver handled fruit knife, two other fruit knives with steel blades, a mother of pearl multi tool pen knife with scissors and button hook, an ivory example, two bone examples, one with Stanhope and a Bryant and May match case £50-100
64.     A collection of twelve Lladro figures, and one Nao example comprising four modelled as clowns, four as angels, three children dressed up as the wise men and two geese £100-150
65.     A collection of ten Lladro figures, modelled as females and children in various poses including a ballerina, an elegant lady with her Pekinese, a girl with lamb etc £100-150
66.     A late 19th Century Berlin Konigliche Porzellan-Manufaktur (KPM) cabinet plate, signed Carl Preuss, the blue and gilt border centred with a cavalier on a dapple grey stallion with German inscription to base, translating to 'Keeping the spirit of the cavalier fresh in the heart, uplifts and strengthens the older gentleman' with seven pointed and pearl crown above a castle decorated shield family crest, marked to underside with printed factory marks, 25.5 cm diameter £800-1200
67.     A quantity of metalware, including an oak mounted bell made from the metal from HMS Tiger Jutland together with a scalloped dish from the HMS Tiger, a silver plated sugar sifter from HMS Tiger, a pint mug from the metal of HMS Revenge and various other items of metalware including candlesticks, trivets, etc £100-150
68.     A large Victorian green glass dump, of ovoid form with bubble inclusion, approximately 10 cm x 15 cm high together with a small millefiori paperweight (2) £50-100
69.     Three 19th Century Chinese wooden and plaster costume dolls, two wearing fine court dress with embroidered design, the gentleman with ornate headdress having Chinese character marks to back of neck, 28 cm high, an ornate lady, 27 cm high and a young girl with bunches in plain Chinese dress, 26 cm high £100-200
70.     A collection of seven North West Indian terracotta figures, depicting general day to day life, to include a cipatti maker, a conjurer, a blacksmith, a jeweller, a musician, a gentleman of leisure, and a Hindu priest all on wooden bases, some with textile trim, together with three smaller terracotta figures of domestic figures including groom, cook and grass cutter, largest 33 cm high, smallest 14 cm high (10) £400-600
71.     An early 19th Century Minton porcelain gilded ale jug, with ornate iron glazed flowers against a green ground heightened in gilt with underglazed blue mark to base, 16 cm x 13 cm high £50-100
72.     A Royal Worcester hand painted segmented vase, with painted sheep in mountainous landscape signed E Barker, with pierced gilt splayed rim and gilt spreading circular foot, underglazed puce mark to base, 9.5 cm x 9.5 cm high £100-150
73.     A modern wool Shirawan Caucasian carpet, also known as a Shiravan, with purple ground, with certificate, from 1998, 2.3m x 1.5m £50-100
74.     Three graduated Beswick flying ducks, largest 26 cm x 25 cm, smallest 18 cm x 17.5 cm (3) £50-100
75.     The Aero Broadcast Seed Sower, the vintage handheld piece of equipment, in red, with mechanical mechanism to the front, AF £50-100
76.     A large Alabaster column, having slayed capital, 80cm H £50-100
77.     A large Chinese blue and white ceramic vase, decorated with fruit and flower bud, having raised handles, unmarked to base, 48.5cm H £50-100
78.     J Carter, watercolour on paper, depicting farm out buildings, with two wheeled cart, signed to both lower right and left corners, 53cm by 42cm, framed and glazed £50-100
79.     Two Signed prints of gun dogs, including 'Side by Side' by Nigel Hemming, 209/850, 43cm by 56cm, and 'Water Sports, Black Labradors' also by Nigel Hemming, 45cm by 28cm, both framed and glazed £50-100
80.     A pair of oval glazed game birds, comprising Peg Leg Partridge and Woodcock, wooden frame and glass AF (2) £100-150
81.     J Dennis, oil on canvas, Still Life of Game Bird and Hare, with a shotgun in the background and shells in the foreground, signed and dated 1897 to lower right corner, 90cm by 70cm, in old gilt frame £150-200
82.     A Meiji period Satsuma vase, having applied elephant head handle, with various panels depicting male and female figures, decoration heightened in gilt, character marks to base, 31cm H, AF £50-100
83.     A 1930s wall mirror, the bevelled glass mirror having white metal frame with floral finial to top, 68cm H £50-100
84.     A Coalport blue and white General Election jug 1906, marked Shrewsbury, Sir Clement Lloyd Hill, K.C.B., K.C.M.G 440 Majority, 19cm H £50-100
85.     An assortment of 20th Century ceramics, including Royal Doulton Bunnykins plates, Flosmaron cruet set, Burleigh ware bowl etc (parcel) £50-100
86.     A group of five Beswick Walt Disney Winnie the Pooh figures, including Pooh, Christopher Robin, Eeyore and two Piglets, all marked to the bases (5) £50-100
87.     A veneer cased Metronome, together with a copper kettle and a pair of faux tortoiseshell candlesticks, with twisted column design (4) £50-100
88.     A 19th Century cast iron and glass oil lamp, having three lion and shield legs with column design, together with another in glass, AF (2) £50-100
89.     A pair of 1980s Picasso prints, one entitled 'Femme Assisi dan fauteui', 54cm by 67cm, the other 'Le Tremplin', 45cm by 57cm, both framed and glazed in Memphus School style frames (2) £100-150
90.     A Rosenthal Jahresteller Edition 1971 plate, designed by Tapio Wirkkala, 1304/3000, the gilt coloured plate having numerous circular indentations of different size and depth, 31cm in diameter £100-150
91.     A Mouseman barometer, having three dials with brass surround, with mouse figure to the top right corner £100-150
92.     A 19th Century Persian brass and copper charger, having symmetrical design, with bird amongst foliate decoration, the central brass surrounded by a copper border, 49cm diameter £50-100
93.     A pair of Victorian glass ovoid bottle vases, the white ground with hand painted floral decoration , with some raised decoration, 31cm H (2) £50-100
94.     A mahogany cased decanter box, the box split into quadrants, housing four decanter and stoppers, each decorated with fruit and bows in gilt, together with a white metal and glass cruet set and a pair of brass candlesticks (parcel) £100-150
95.     A mahogany cased geometry set, together with a Religious icon, two modern white metal and wooden candlesticks, a pair of sea shells, an ivory scent bottle and other items (parcel) £100-150
96.     Two late 19th/early 20th Century Oriental ginger jars and covers, one in blue and white, similar to willow pattern, the other having white ground with dancing figure design, 19cm H, both AF £50-100
97.     A 19th Century ceramic tea pot, the small pot with pink decoration, heightened in gilt, together with a miniature brass and copper kettle, a small barrel, a brass and ceramic candlestick, a pair of white metal Columbus spoons etc (parcel) £50-100
98.     An Alan Caiger-Smith coffee pot, the pottery coffee pot having white ground and decorated in blue, together with a similar milk jug, plus a pottery plate with floral design (3) £50-100
99.     A Japanese Imari porcelain vase, on white painted wooden stand, 47cm H £50-100
100.    An Edwardian Staffordshire pottery vase, in the Chinese taste, having blue ground with florally decorated panels outlined in gilt, marked HJ or AJ to base, 41.5cm H £50-100
101.    A collection of Wade Whimsies, the collection containing various animals, domestic and wild, a few still in original boxes (parcel) £50-100
102.    A Plaster bust of Zorrilla, the male bust of the French poet on cuboid base, marked 'Zorrilla A.S.M 1924', 48cm H £50-100
103.    A pair of brass table lamps, the lamps having pierced decoration to the top, on rectangular urn style bases, with four scrolled feet, on bevelled black painted wooden bases (2) £50-100
104.    A set of three John Batho prints, all showing various brightly coloured parasols on a beach, all signed in pencil to lower corners, all approx 21cm by 32cm, framed and glazed in modern white metal frames (3) £400-600
105.    A set of eight Dartington Dimple pattern Whiskey tumblers, together with a Dimple fruit bowl, and a set of ten glass dessert bowls, plus an ice bucket and vase (parcel) £50-100
106.    A set of 12 Dartington Sharon design red wine glasses, together with 11 white wine glasses, plus a faceted Sharon design white wine glass (24) £100-150
107.    A vintage Alligator skin doctor's bag, the rectangular shaped bag having single handle and lock to the top, 36cm by 25cm, AF £40-60
108.    An assortment of vintage lighters, including Gisa, Ronson etc, all of similar style, one in mother of pearl, another with a small timepiece to one side (parcel) £100-150
109.    A collection of motoring related lighters, including one in the form of a petrol pump, a jerry can etc, together with a selection of larger table lighters, all of various styles (parcel) £100-150
110.    A mid-late 20th Century Ronson light shop display case, together with a selection of cigarette cases, lighters and other smoking related items (parcel) £100-150
111.    A Bulle-Clock electric wall clock, the mahogany case, with glazed front to reveal face with Arabic numerals and electric movement £50-100
112.    A Smith's Art Deco style mantle clock, together with three other mantle clock of various design, plus wall clock and three barometers (parcel) £50-100
113.    An American wall clock, having black Roman numerals to top with decorated panel below of fruit design, heightened in gilt, together with a Vienna Wall clock, AF (2) £100-150
114.    A pair of framed photographs, Clifton Suspension Bridge, signed by the photographer to lower left indistinctly 6 cm x 12 cm together with three coloured photographs of river and seascapes, framed and glazed (5) £50-100
115.    A pair of Oriental blue and white vases and covers, the white ground having blue figural decoration and a family playing in a garden, having character marks to bases, 31cm H including covers, AF (2) £100-150
116.    A J. Pecorini stone cat figure, the black stone figure in the form of a lounging cat, 8cm H £50-100
117.    A small oval miniature, depicting a young seated girl in lace dress with blue ribbons to the shoulders, together with three miniature pictures, one embroidery of a bird, an etching of a country house and a print of an ancient city scene (4) £100-150
118.    A Sevres porcelain jardinière, the small tapering square jardinière having brass frame to top and bottom, with blue ground porcelain side, each having oval panels with portraits of women, design heightened in gilt, 14cm H £150-200
119.    A miniature wooden Chinese figure of a man with his head through a board, together with two Japanese figures, one of a seated male working, the other of a female, plus a novelty paper knife in the form of a katana (4) £100-150
120.    Two Staffordshire dog figures, both having dark blue bases with gilt lining, the figures being textured, together with another Staffordshire figure, AF (3) £50-100
121.    A gilt painted cherub wall light, having flared glass lamp shade, together with a gilt painted figure of a seated cherub, AF £120-180
122.    A Chinese Famille Rose jug, having been restored, together with an Imari pattern plate, a Doulton Salt, a Sevres plate, a small Satsuma vase and a Volkstedt figure of a female musician (parcel) £50-100
123.    A 1939 silver compact, marked Birmingham, together with a selection of other compacts, including a white metal and enamel example, four gilt metal examples and another (7) £50-100
124.    Two Protector Lamp & Lighting miners lamps, one Type SL the other Type 6, by M & Q, together with a smaller example converted to a lighter (3) £50-100
125.    A collection of smoking pipes, including Petersons's System Standard, Meerschaum 'Jambo', Shamrock, Fredrick Tranter Fieldcraft 604, Brebbia President and more, together with a pipe rack, AF (parcel) £50-100
126.    A eight piece Golly Band figure set, comprising drums, saxophone, singer, trumpet, bass, guitar, clarinet and accordion (8) £50-100
127.    Phyllis Morgan, oil on canvas, entitled 'Playing His Fish', depicting a man fishing in a river in a mountainous range, signed to lower right, 75cm by 40cm, framed £50-100
128.    A Royal Doulton Coaching Day pattern tea and sandwich set, comprising 12 cups and saucers, a teapot and cover, sugar bowl, milk jug, six small bowls, 12 side plates, two larger plates and a dish (parcel) £200-300
129.    A milk glass dish and cover, in the form of a walnut with an insect to top, together with a milk glass plate, having pierced design to rim, and a small milk glass vase (parcel) £50-100
130.    A Chinese soapstone figure of a warrior, the crouching figure reading a book with one hand a tugging at his long beard with the other, on darker soapstone base, 21cm H £150-250
131.    A Chinese porcelain blue and white vase, having applied fish handles, top half decorated with symbols, the bottom wit bird amongst foliate design, together with a collection of Chinese turquoise figures, including three mythical beasts, two cats and a duck, plus a silver and porcelain bowl (parcel) £100-150
132.    Francis S Walker (1848-1916), etching of Westminster Bridge, together with a book plate etching by the same artist (2) £50-100
133.    A bronze bust of an African female, having short hair and ear and nose piercing on hardstone base, together with a cased set of white metal Indian spoons, a mother of pearl and inlaid brass box and lid, plus a mixed metal bowl (parcel) £50-100
134.    Two Chinese copper lotus leaf footed bowls and cover, both decorated with enamel, having floral design, with borders, some of the decoration is embossed, 9cm H, AF (2) £100-150
135.    A large Japanese moonflask, having applied handles in the form of mythical beasts painted in gilt, decorated with groups of young female figures, border with floral design, marked to base, 50.5cm H £50-100
136.    Two small vintage filing drawers, in green, together with a small copper planter (3) £50-100
137.    A Gentleman's Lot, Three cut throat razors, one in original Christopher Johnson & Co box, two shaving foam brushes and an sharpener belt (parcel) £50-100
138.    Two large wooden tribal masks, both having applied sheet metal decoration, with embossed design, also with carved and painted decoration, 85cm L (2) £50-100
139.    A leather Leg of Lamb gun case, complete with carry strap, together with a metal bound wooden jardinière with ring carry handles to either side (2) £50-100
140.    A mid-20th century oil on canvas, barn scene 'In the Dog House' with doleful puppy bearing the brunt of an angry cockerel in front of a family of chicks 61.5cm x 92cm, in gilt frame, AF £100-200
141.    A collection of eight etchings by Percy Richardson and Henry Walker, including five coloured examples of country scenes by Walker and two scenes of London by Richardson, 20 cm x 31 cm £50-100
142.    An arts and crafts copper watch stand, with hammer beaten decoration of stylised dolphins surrounding a radiating sun with open aperture, 21 cm high x 23 cm wide x 11 cm deep £100-150
143.    An arts and crafts Newlyn style copper twin handled vase, with hammer beaten design of fish swimming within reeds, 20 cm high, together with a copper crumb tray with intertwined sea serpents, 25 cm wide and a copper tray with embossed bird design, 29 cm wide (3) £100-150
144.    A John Pearson rectangular hammer beaten copper tray, with banded design, signed to reverse JP, together with three copper arts and crafts hammer beaten trays (4) £100-150
145.    Two Newlyn copper arts and crafts chamber sticks, one of square design embossed with a pair of fish to base, sconce decorated with three fish, marked Newlyn to lower right of pan, 26 cm, the other of circular design with conga eel decoration, marked to top, missing sconce, 24 cm (2) £120-180
146.    Two Newlyn arts and crafts copper rectangular trays, one embossed with three fish swimming amongst bubbles, the other with apple design, marked Newlyn to edge, 26 cm wide x 7 cm (2) £50-100
147.    A Newlyn arts and crafts copper inkwell, the cylindrical drum with glass well supported on a circular base with embossed fish design, marked Newlyn to edge, 16 cm diameter x 6.5 cm high £100-150
148.    An arts and crafts copper sleeve vase, decorated with feeding fish with central seaweed and shell design interspersed with bubbles, having strap and studwork seam, 25 cm high £50-100
149.    A Newlyn arts and crafts copper twin handled vase, of tapering design with loop strap handles, the body decorated with fish swimming amongst reeds with limpets and shells, stamped to underside, 23.6 cm high £100-150
150.    Two Newlyn arts and crafts copper small trays, both with fish design, one square, 15.3 cm, the other oval 12 cm x 7.2 cm, both stamped (2) £100-150
151.    Two Newlyn arts and crafts copper triangular trays, both decorated with fish, stamped to lower left, 15 cm x 11.2 cm and 11.6 cm x 8.6 cm (2) £50-100
152.    Two Newlyn copper match box surrounds, of rectangular shape, both embossed with fishing boat, one having lighthouse, marked to side, 6 cm x 3.5 cm (2) £100-150
153.    A Newlyn copper arts and crafts jug, of triangular form, with caned strap handle, having two panels with embossed cormorant design, flanking a central swimming fish, marked to base Newlyn, (lacking lid), 13 cm high £100-150
154.    A Newlyn copper arts and crafts teapot stand, of square shape with embossed corners of shells and fish, stamped to side of bracket foot, 14 cm square, together with a Newlyn copper sleeve vase decorated with fish and reeds, 10 cm high (2) £100-150
155.    A pair of Newlyn copper arts and crafts vases, of tapering design with flared crimped rims, decorated with wild iris, both stamped, one to base, the other to side, 14.6 cm high (2) £150-250
156.    A Newlyn copper circular ship plate, with central decoration of galleon with star decorated sail at sea, stamped Newlyn to front, 29 cm diameter together with a smaller Newlyn circular tray decorated with three sailing boats and seagulls, 23 cm diameter (2) £100-150
157.    A Newlyn arts and crafts copper twin handled tray, of oval design, with pierced gallery and raised handles, the tray edge decorated with apples and leaves against a planished base, stamped Newlyn to edge, 58 cm x 40 cm £100-150
158.    A Newlyn copper arts and crafts twin handled oval tray, with pierced gallery and raised handles, the edge decorated with fish and shells, signed to edge, 54 cm x 34 cm £100-150
159.    Two Herbert Dyer copper arts and crafts trays, one of square shape, 27 cm square, the other circular with crimped rim, 43 cm diameter, both stamped to front edge, both having planished design (2) £100-150
160.    A Newlyn copper arts and crafts circular rose bowl, with embossed apple design and pierced top, stamped Newlyn to underside, 13.5 cm diameter, together with a similar decorated footed bowl, 12.8 cm diameter and a small circular pin tray of similar design, 10.5 cm (3) £100-150
161.    A Newlyn copper arts and crafts bowl, the all over planished body having upper section decorated with fish swimming amongst reeds and bubbles, stamped Newlyn to exterior edge, 17.6 cm diameter £120-180
162.    A John Pearson arts and crafts copper casket, of rectangular shape, with wooden frame, the hinged lid with central decoration of a pair of mythical dragon like beasts flanking a stylised head of Neptune, within a sinuous frame against a planished body, stamped to back J.P, 26 cm x 19 cm x 10 cm high £250-350
163.    A Newlyn copper arts and crafts wall sconce, of rectangular shape, having embossed decoration of a galleon at full sale, centred with rose design of England, supporting a rectangular base, stamped Newlyn to upper arch, 28 cm high x 14.7 cm wide x 10 cm deep £100-120
164.    After P.J Mene, two bronze figure of whippets, together with a small bronze figure of a whippet, plus a bronzed example, AF (4) £250-300
165.    A Tokyo School Late Meiji period carved ivory Netsuke figure, in the form of a seated gentleman smiling, holding an unwound scroll, character marked to base, with holes to rear, AF £50-100
166.    An assortment of various items, to include a small travel case complete with mother of pearl handle manicure set, AF, a small collection of snuff and vesta cases, a Victorian plated trophy, and more (parcel) £60-100
167.    A traditional Greek military Evzones uniform, including pleated kilt, black and white woollen waistcoat, fez with long tassel, together with a traditional Greek lady's costume with embroidered long skirt, jacket with similar decoration, two child's embroidered waistcoats, child's leather shoes and other traditional costumes including various belts, jewels for military and female dress £150-250
168.    A large glass dome, on circular stepped ebonised spreading plinth, 72 cm high £100-150
169.    An early 20th Century damask cotton tablecloth, the overall design depicting sea life surrounded by a shell border with engraved monogram B, 300 cm x 200 cm together with an art deco style damask tablecloth, another with all over pattern of clover leaf and bows an autumnal example and others in the lot including vintage tea towels £50-100
170.    A quantity of gentleman's white collar ties, and waistcoats, white shirts, and detachable collars, a gentleman's top hat by Christys' London, in case with leather gloves, a turned hat block, two empty hat boxes, a coolie hat, parasol, linens, pink petticoat, wedding dress veil etc £100-150
171.    A scratch built country house garden horse racing game, with six cut out horses and jockey in various colours, pulleys, dice, ribbons, score cards, all housed in a fitted ply case with instructions and bookie clerk sheets, race cards from Manydown Winter Race Meeting Friday 5th November 1937 etc £100-150
172.    A mid 20th Century painted wooden breakfast tray, with lift off top, raised pedestal ends for post and newspapers with hinged centre to reveal a mirror back with painted floral design, lined in lime green, 67 cm x 39 cm deep x 23.5 cm high together with a caned adjustable back support (2) £50-100
173.    An Asprey of London chromed and painted large thermos, marked Asprey to top, 35 cm high x 22 cm diameter together with an Icy-Hot leather cased thermos, two Thermos examples, two Harrods copper and brass food covers, a jelly mould and other items £50-100
174.    A leather Peter Jones desk tidy, a pig skin leather handkerchief case, a garden sieve, pewter pen box, a Bershaw folding book rest, a cased Ernest Sewell tiddley tennis game and a Swiss cuckoo clock £100-150
175.    A Royal Fusiliers burr maple cigarette box, with hinged lid to decorated interior with three emblems of the regiment, cat, eagle and four leaf clover, a WWII map case, a red canvas belt and a leather sword case and a leather and canvas travel bag for Major John Oliver-Bellasis Royal Fusiliers £50-100
176.    A gentleman's pig skin leather travelling suitcase, with canvas protector, having hinged top fitted with an interior attaché case, the fall front to reveal a gentleman's dressing table fittings, empty, 64 cm x 46 cm x 20 cm high together with a Revelation suitcase, 71 cm x 40 cm x 17 cm high (2) £100-150
177.    Two canvas and leather travel trunks, one Army and Navy, 69 cm x 46 cm x 32 cm high, the other W H Jeffcoat & Co 55 cm x 52 cm x 48 cm high and a tin example 57 cm x 42 cm x 34 cm high (3) £100-150
178.    A first period Belleek stoneware washing set, comprising small circular bowl, large oval basin, large jug decorated with transfer printed floral sprays with butterflies heightened in gilt together with three Belleek stoneware bowls all having black and blue underglaze transfer printed Belleek stamps, basin 46 cm long (all af) (6) £100-200
179.    A Victorian glass hunting flask, with silver top, in leather case, two Victorian leather covered bottles, a Butler Haymarket London hunting horn, a modern chrome and leather cased hip flask, an S Moran & Co silver pencil and a Bryant and May tin matchbox, enamelled matchbox covers etc. £120-180
180.    A 1920s leather two division bottle hamper, with carrying handle, 36 cm high £50-100
181.    A collection of children's ceramics, to include Royal Doulton Bunnykins hot plate and cover, breakfast bowl, side plate and twin handled mug, together with two continental bowls, one with a penguin band, the other with fairytales and a continental porcelain model of a rhino etc £50-100
182.    A large Chinese famille rose jardinière, of globular form decorated with a blossoming tree, against an off white and green ground, 27 cm high x 30 cm diameter together with a cylindrical example of similar decoration with mask lug handles, 17 cm x 23.5 cm max diameter (2) £100-150
183.    A collection of The Bristol Cat and Dog ceramics, with designs after Louis Wain comprising a milk jug, inscribed 'Oh Chase Me', a globular bowl inscribed 'It is Years since Last we Met', similar decorated cup and two saucers and three items of Wemyss ware chicken ceramics £150-250
184.    A collection of British and Continental ceramics, to include Wedgwood green leaf, a French hot water plate and cover, an English copper example, a farmer's arms mug etc £50-100
185.    A Royal Worcester Vitreous part game service, comprising large oval platter with moulded bird head and leaf design, centred with hand painted scene of pheasant and young in naturalistic landscape heightened in gilt, 45 cm x 33 cm, ten plates, all centred with gam birds, and two oval dishes centred with partridges (13) £300-500
186.    A collection of cut glass ware, including a set of four 19th Century oval table salts on swept oval bases, a set of four cranberry glass plates, a set of six cut glass finger bowls, a pair of pale blue decanters, one with stopper and other items £100-150
187.    A collection of glass decanters, and six square based cut glass goblets, the decanters comprising a 19th Century footed ovoid example with wheel cut decoration of an all over floral spray and matching stopper, a regency mallet shaped example, a Scottish thistle example, a Waterford cut glass decanter etc £100-150
188.    A Dresden porcelain part dessert and coffee set, a Royal Crown Staffordshire transfer printed tete a tete with ivy leaf decoration and a Copeland eight place tea service £50-100
189.    Two early 20th Century gilt convex hall mirrors, one surmounted with an eagle, 63 cm x 42 wide, the other 49 cm diameter (2) £100-150
190.    An unpolished half section coco de mer, 28 cm long x 30 cm wide £50-100
191.    An Edwardian copper coal scuttle, of circular tapered form with swing handle and lift off lid supported on a circular spreading foot, 38 cm high x 35 cm diameter together with a figural wall bracket in carved oak supporting associated carved shelf, 50 cm high £50-100
192.    An Edwardian leather cased travelling dressing table set, by Mappin and Webb, the tortoiseshell dressing table items comprising combs, brushes, glove stretchers, mirrors etc with the Mappin and Webb receipt dated 25th September 1919, together with an ivory page turner and a whale tooth £100-150
193.    Wolfgang Kaskeline (1892-1973) two art deco silhouettes, one depicting brother and sister with pony, the other a dancing couple with musicians, together with two other framed examples, four unframed and two chrystoleums (10) £100-150
194.    A collection of early 20th century Staffordshire tea and coffee set, including a set of six large glasses and other items etc £50-100
195.    A large collection of auctioneers property posters, dating from the 1950s onwards, together with a collection of auctioneers catalogues for property sales £50-100
196.    A collection of seven Black Forest bears, all carved standing, tallest 21 cm high (7) £50-100
197.    A collection of six Black Forest carved bear mounted table brushes, largest 19 cm (6) £50-100
198.    A collection of Black Forest carved bear mounted ashtrays and matchbox holders, some carved standing, others recumbent and seated, one holding an axe (parcel) £50-100
199.    A collection of Black Forest bear mounted desk items, including three blotters, three inkwells two with pen trays (6) £50-100
200.    A collection of nine Black Forest carved bears, all modelled seated, largest, 12.5 cm high (9) £50-100
201.    A collection of seven Black Forest carved bears, all modelled walking, some with glass eyes and painted mouths, largest 19 cm long (7) £50-100
202.    A collection of eight carved Black Forest bears, some with glass eyes and painted mouths, largest 24 cm long (8) £50-100
203.    A large Black Forest carved bear table centre piece, modelled standing under a tree trunk, together with three other carved bears, all modelled walking, centrepiece 26 cm high (4) £100-150
204.    A collection of six carved Black Forest bears, including one modelled doing a handstand, another with wood basket now a desk bell, a plaque and three others, plaque 23 cm long (6) £50-100
205.    A collection of six carved Black Forest bears, all modelled on their backs holding brass bowls and one as matchbox holder, largest 10 cm high (6) £50-100
206.    Four Black Forest carved bear bottle stoppers, one from St Moritz, together with a quantity of miniature bears (parcel) £50-100
207.    Six Black Forest carved novelty bear toys, including a wall hanging bear with movable limbs, another of a bear carving a bear and other items (6) £50-100
208.    A Black Forest carved bear book trough, 39 cm long together with an owl carved desk set with pen tray, a dog carved box and cover, walking bear and a carved cockerel (5) £100-150
209.    Five Black Forest carved novelty items, including a dog cigarette box, an owl inkwell, a carved wild boar, a pair of frogs shaking hands and a dog head nut cracker, nutcrackers 23 cm long £50-100
210.    A collection of Black Forest carved figural items, including bottle stoppers, match stick holders, plaques, comical carved figures etc (parcel) £50-100
211.    A large quantity of carved Black Forest and other animals, and people, including a resin model of a bear (parcel) £50-100
212.    A 17th Century Chinese gilded bronze figure of a seated Emperor, in mianguan hat, seated on throne, hands clasped together, holding a tablet wearing flowing regal robes on a later lotus leaf carved plinth, 54 cm high max x 22 cm wide (af) £1000-1500
213.    A Conway Stewart pen set, with 14ct gold nib in original case, together with a Church Lads Brigade bugle, vintage switches etc £50-100
214.    An art deco Soho pottery six place part dinner service, including six soup bowls, six side plates, six lunch plates and six dinner plates with blue and gold stylised rim decoration £50-100
215.    A collection of miscellaneous items, including two Victorian Diamond Jubilee enamel beakers, a paper souvenir fan, an interesting nut, an art nouveau spelter pin tray, leather boxes, pipes and other items £100-150
216.    A collection of miscellaneous boxes, including a Japanese inlaid box, another modelled as a book, a mahogany sewing box and a Chinese covered jewellery box and other items £50-100
217.    A 19th Century mahogany box, with hinged lid and dovetail construction together with a leather music satchel and a quantity of sheet music £50-100
218.    A collection of various ceramics, including a Royal Doulton figure, Modesty HN 2744, a commemorative 1937 George VI mug, a Lladro figure and various other items £50-100
219.    An Edwardian travelling mahogany, rosewood and satinwood chess set, the bone carved pieces, either polished white or stained red with brass hinges £100-200
220.    A Christopher Saxton frontispiece, from his 1579 Atlas of the Countries of England and Wales, 39 cm x 24 cm £50-100
221.    Henry J Kinnaird (1880-1920) oil on canvas, Cornfield Near Marlow, signed to bottom right, 45.5 cm x 81 cm £300-500
222.    A 19th Century Chinese famille rose tea caddy, of reeded design with floral sprays, having later metal sifter to top, neck af, 14 cm high, together with two famille rose bowls, both in usual design, the largest 23 cm diameter on pierced hardwood stand 15 cm max, the smaller example 19.5 cm diameter x 9 cm high (4) £80-120
223.    An Edwardian mahogany oval tray, having string inlay, raised gallery sides and twin brass handles, 63 cm x 41 cm, together with a collection of ceramics to include teawares all with gilt scroll decoration comprising six footed cups, eight saucers and bowl, two gaudy Welsh jugs, a green ground cabinet cup and saucer decorated with floral design heightened in gilt and a lobed teapot decorated with oriental scenes (parcel) £60-100
224.    W C Parker, 20th Century, overpainted photograph portrait study of seated elderly gentleman, on canvas, framed and glazed, verso with W C Parker artists 288 High Holborn label, 92 cm x 71 cm £50-100
225.    A red ground Hamadan Doz carpet, central medallion, in all over burgundy colours surrounded by multiple borders of floral design, 160 cm x 116 cm £50-100
226.    A collection of oriental fans, including three lacquer examples, and a larger fret carved example together with a Japanese shibayama ivory fan decorated with insects, 27 cm long plus a larger bone example with gilt floral scroll decoration, 38.5 cm long (6) £100-200
227.    After Christophe Fratin, a bronze figure of a horse, marked to the side 'Fratin 21', on a marble style plinth, possibly re-cast, 34 cm high £200-300
228.    Three admittance tickets to Queen Victoria's funeral, with accompanying envelope addressed to Sir Squire Bancroft, each ticket with instructions of entrance and admittance times £50-100
229.    Ron Moseley (b.1931), a pair of oil on canvas Lakeland scenes including 'Grange Borrowdale' with a young family paddling in the Derwent with a mountainous backdrop, signed lower left and titled verso, 51 cm x 61 cm, in gilt frame; and 'Grasmere Lake and Island' in the early autumn evening sun, signed lower left and titled verso 46 cm x 61.5 cm, in gilt frame [may be subject to Artist Resale Rights] (2) £50-100
230.    A Fraser, 20th Century, watercolour, Granthorpe House, border of east side, 26 cm x 35 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
231.    A late 19th or early 20th Century Somali hippo shield, of circular form with tooled concentric banded design with raised dome and nipple centre, the reverse with hide handle, 34 cm diameter. By family repute, once owned by Sir Cecil Rhodes £200-300
232.    An art nouveau period French glass vase by Galle, the light brown squat form now professionally cut down following a breakage having sinuous floral designs heightened in enamels, partial signature remains, eg LLE in gilt, would suit conversion to a lamp base, 16.5 cm diameter x 11.5 cm high £50-100
233.    Patrick Nasmyth (1873-1831) oil on canvas 'Abbey Ruins' with brook to the foreground, unsigned 30.5 cm x 38 cm, in painted gilt frame £100-150
234.    A large Royal Doulton Flambe vase, decorated with a cottage landscape with sunflowers, 26.5 cm high, together with a Carltonware Rouge Royale jar and cover, a flared beaker vase and a curling leaf vase in the same finish, 15 cm high and smaller and a Bursley ware green lustre dish, together with two other lustre dishes by Maling, 35.5 cm wide and smaller (7) £50-100
235.    Royal Doulton series ware plates, including Falconer, Mayor, Hunting Man, Parson, Admiral and Jester together with other Doulton Dickens plates, marine plate, Hamlet dish, waterfalls and wildlife, coaching scenes and more, plus a fox hunt candlestick (21) £50-100
236.    Two Beswick leaping trout fish groups, model number 1032, a Beswick pheasant model number 850, 17 cm and smaller together with an unusual Australian stamp breakfast set in the 'Windswept' pattern, in brown to a mushroom white ground, comprising coffee pot, milk jug, sugar bowl, toast rack and six cups and saucers (19) £50-100
237.    Royal Doulton, to include Dickens and series ware plates, jugs and vase, figures Falstaff HN 2054, Foaming Quart HN 2162, Lobster Man HN 2312 and Shore Leave HN 2254 (10) £50-100
238.    A Jean Paul Gaultier green portico shop display, Le Bain' comprising a central mirror back above a shelf with cog discs on a wheeled base displaying male and female perfume bottles together with a male perfume shop display modelled as a ship's door with locking wheel, a portico mirrored shelf with three perfume sprays and two stands £200-300
239.    Two Jean Paul Gaultier shop displays, Le Bain', one having five, the other four products, 50 cm wide x 41 cm high (some slight damage to plastic) £120-180
240.    A Jean Paul Gaultier shop display, modelled as a rotating catwalk through beaded curtains with four bottles, one in black flock, one in orange flock, one in gilt and one frosted (black and gilt examples spray, the others dummy) £100-200
241.    Two Jean Paul Gaultier Madame shop displays, both with back displays of woman kissing Jean Paul Gaultier on the cheek, each displaying perfumes, one with four graduated neon perfumes, the other display of two perfumes with neon pink bases and graduated black bodies together with five empty boxes £150-200
242.    A Jean Paul Gaultier Madame shop display, Rose n Roll, the back board decorated with three photographs of young woman with stylised vinyl records to either side in pink, black and white, with three bottles all spray, all with stems, with two record necklaces, three empty boxes and a faux record and sleeve, 41 cm x 38 cm £100-120
243.    A Jean Paul Gaultier Christmas Madame shop display, the back with Gaultier script and stylised Christmas tree and snowflake on a mirrored base supporting a large rectangular bottle for display purposes flanked by two smaller eau de parfum sprays together with a Madame Christmas box with body lotion and separate eau de toilette Kiss Love spray £120-180
244.    A pair of Meiji period carved ivory and boxwood Okimono, each with a threaded hole beneath, each 4.5 cm x 3.5 cm x 5.5 cm L £200-300
245.    A 19th century marine ivory snuff box, with relief carved figure of Napoleon Bonaparte 8 cm x 4 cm x 1.8 cm D £120-180
246.    A 19th century American carved bone sewing tool/tooth pick, carved to represent the female form, naked except for boots, with ankle pivoting horn pick 8 cm L (11 cm ext.) £100-150
247.    A 19th century carved bone fid tool, for working rope and canvas in marlinspike seamanship 9.5 cm L, together with an 18th century seam rubber for making folds in canvas prior to sewing 10.5 cm L (2) £100-150
248.    A sailor made flask, the body made up of brass coopered whale bone, baleen and sample woods, with marine ivory top and base, possibly 19th century 20.5 cm H £250-350
249.    A 19th century scrimshaw carving, modelled as a mermaid with clasped hands 13 cm H £150-200
250.    A Qing dynasty grey nephrite Buddha figure, possibly part of a larger group 6 cm H £300-500
251.    A 19th century Chinese horn carving, as a bird eating a worm, with finely detailed incised carving throughout 14.5 cm H £200-300
252.    A pair of carved bone tokens, or decorative bosses, depicting a king and queen, each 1½ in (38 mm) dia. £100-150
253.    A bone carved coachman 6 cm H, together with a Napoleonic prisoner-of-war carved tool (possibly a seal) 8 cm L, and an ivory carved tendril 24 cm L (3) £100-150
254.    A 19th century painted ivory Buddha, seated in the Bhumisparsha Mudra in the lotus position 7 cm H £150-250
255.    An 18th/19th century Mughal jade mirror frame, missing the glass and precious stone insets 17 cm H, presented in later case £100-150
256.    A Lladro figure group, modelled as alsation dog and puppy lying in basket, blue mark to base, approx, 20 cm high £100-200
257.    Two Lladro figure groups of children, boy pushing wheelbarrow laden with straw with dog, 22 cm high together with young girl pulling cart with smaller child and puppy, 21 cm high (2) £60-100
258.    Two Lladro figure groups, dove on olive branch model 4550, 28 cm high together with young girl curtsying to rabbit, rabbit ears glued, 23 cm high (2) £50-100
259.    Two Royal Albert tea services, Rosalie decorated with pink roses comprising six trios, milk jug, sugar bowl and sandwich plate, Memory Lane comprising five trios, one side plate, milk jug, sugar bowl and sandwich plate together with part Ridgway dinner service, ribbon plate and glass tazza £60-100
260.    Charlotte Dunwiddie (1907-1995) a plaster study of standing bull, on rectangular plinth base impressed Dunwiddie, 25 cm high, (af) £50-100
261.    A mid 20th Century scratch built field artillery cannon, the truncated brass cone supported on wooden frame with brass and other mounts, 56 cm wide x 40 cm high £200-300
262.    Twelve bound volumes Scott's Novels, Waverely Novels, Centenary Edition, Edinburgh: Adam & Charles Black 1871, in half Moroccan binding, comprising Fortunes of Nigel, Red Gauntlet, Woodstock, Guy Mannering, Kenilworth, Rob Roy, Fair Maid of Perth, Old Mortality, Legend of Montrose, Waverley, Peveril of the Peak and Bride of Lammermoor together with a bound copy Wordsworth's Poetical Works (13) £50-100
263.    A collection of animated cartoon ceramic figures, comprising Beswick Top Cat figures to include Top Cat, Brain, Choo-Choo, Spook, Benny, and Fancy-Fancy, Beswick Flinstone characters to include Fred Flinstone, Wilma Flinstone, Pebbles Flinstone, Dino, Barney Rubble, Betty Rubble, Bamm-Bamm Rubble, a Wade Mr Jinks, Royal Albert Tom Kitten egg cup and a collection of Wade Whimsies £100-150
264.    John L Bradford, 20th Century, mixed media gouache and pen, titled Longhrigg Fell from Tarn Foot lower left and signed lower right, framed and glazed, 19.5 cm x 24 cm £50-80
265.    A Victorian figural table lighter, the central spelter gent standing in military dress smoking wick flanked by breast plate matchwells or ashtrays, on rectangular plinth base, approximately 16 cm x 8 cm x 16 cm high £50-100
266.    A set of five enamel 'Real' ceiling lamps, decorated in all over green glaze, max 40 cm high with fitments (5) £150-200
267.    A collection of ceramics, to include a Nelson character jug, Beswick pheasant mounted ashtray, figural teapot, Beswick dog mounted pin tray Commemorativeware etc £50-100
268.    After Alken, a pair of Bull Baiting prints, I Clark sculpt, each 25.5 cm x 35 cm, in glazed oak frames (2) £50-100
269.    A set of 19th Century bronze Asian opium weights, modelled as stylised dogs of fo, largest 6.2 cm high (6) £50-100
270.    A modern wall hanging tapestry, depicting figures in vineyard amongst foliage, 135 cm x 126 cm £50-100
271.    A collection of Fiesta ware china, all in yellow glaze comprising six dinner plates, six bowls, six cups, four side plates and a jug, (23) £100-150
272.    Two Troika stoneware items, a circular vase in usual decoration to brown ground, signed Troika to base, 17 cm diameter, together with a blue ground cuboid lamp base, drilled, signed Troika Cornwall and monogrammed FB to base, 18 cm high (af) (2) £100-150
273.    A black Bakelite telephone, stamped 328F and PL56/2A to base together with souvenir spoons, Ration Book, Clothing Coupons, three branch candelabra etc £50-100
274.    A Colman's Mustard advertising mirror, with central portrait of the King George V with gilt border and red Colman's Mustard over and under, approx 94 cm x 68 cm including frame £50-100
275.    A Royal Lancastrian bowl, in green and grey glaze impressed ETR and 213 to base, 23 cm diameter together with similar ovoid vase with flared rim, 19 cm high (2) £50-100
276.    A pair of hunting boots, in sectional black leather with brown overlaid tops, together with a pair of treen boot trees, impressed AST John Mildmay Esq, Bartley & Sons Maker Oxford St £100-150
277.    C A Litchfield, watercolours, lake scene, signed lower right, 15 cm x 34 cm, Mountain landscape, signed lower right, 25 cm x 37 cm and coastal scene, unsigned, 24.5 cm x 35.5 cm, all framed and glazed (3) £50-100
278.    A cast iron novelty money bank, Jolly Nigger', 15 cm high £50-100
279.    A collection of modern Chinese items, comprising a Geisha figure, boxed ceramics to include wavy rim bowl decorated with birds and insects, 35 cm diameter, four character mark to base, cups and saucers, scrolls, jacket, silks etc £100-150
280.    A Harrods Coracle picnic basket, the wicker basket with green plastic containers, plates, knives and forks, 67 cm x 45 cm x 20 cm high together with an A.J. White Ltd lady's bowler riding hat and a gentleman's Bates top hat (3) £100-150
281.    A collection of eighteen Wade and other miniature figures, including rabbits, squirrels, bull and Disney figures (18) £50-100
282.    Two stoneware flagons, from A Matthews of Reading, one dated 1938 together with a stoneware bottle having local label for Job Wells & Son Newbury, 30 cm high (3) £50-100
283.    A 19th Century brass and glazed platform lamp, of rectangular shape having domed diffuser to top and swing handle, 47 cm x 21.5 cm x 16 cm together with a brass bell, another smaller, a disinfectant sprayer and other items £100-150
284.    A collection of 19th Century and early 20th Century fans, all af (be useful for parts and restoration) £50-100
285.    A J Duvelleroy tortoiseshell and paper fan, the printed scene of allegorical figures in a middle eastern landscape above a gold leaf gorge, the reverse with painted scene of musicians and play in card case, 29 cm long £50-100
286.    An 18th Century horn and lace fan, with floral sprays and gilt decorated guards and sticks together with a 19th Century lace and tortoiseshell fan, an early 19th Century bone ballon shaped fan and another bone and paper fan decorated with sequins £100-150
287.    A 19th Century bone and feather fan, with peacock eye feather tops, white feathers painted with flora and fauna, 33 cm long, together with a tortoiseshell and feather miniature ballon fan, 16 cm (2) £50-100
288.    A collection of 19th and 20th Century Japanese fans, mostly in wood, some bone, with various scenes of Japan and flora and fauna £50-100
289.    Five 19th Century continental bone fans, some with lace others with painted floral scenes £50-100
290.    A collection of 19th and 20th Century wooden and paper fans, together with another with red painted silk and others £50-100
291.    An olive wood and silk fan, with painted scene of a woman minstrel and songbird together with four other continental fans (5) £50-100
292.    A Japanese Meiji period bone and silk fan, with carved iris guards and iris painted decoration together with a Meiji period lacquered example and various other fans £100-150
293.    A collection of eight souvenir fans, one of circular form with printed scene of bull fight and other examples (8) £50-100
294.    A collection of four 19th Century Chinese fans, including one in ivory with carved and pierced design with figures within a landscape fighting sacred dragons, 19 cm long together with two papier mache and paper examples and a carved boxwood example (af) £100-150
295.    A pair of 19th Century portrait oils on canvas, of Mr and Mrs Mackay, of Inverness, 76 cm x 53 cm, both in gilt carved wooden frames, both af £200-300
296.    A Berlin woolwork, with central floral still life, 59 cm x 49 cm together with an embroidered stained beech fire screen, 86 cm x 51 cm £100-150
297.    A gilt wood standard lamp, with ovoid and tapered stem 156 cm high, together with an oak barley twist torchere 141 cm high (2) £50-100
298.    A collection of miscellaneous items, mostly textiles including table mats, lace etc together with an ivory vesta case, a horn fruit knife and various silver spoons £100-150
299.    A provincial Scottish pottery circular dish, together with a pair of Portmeirion jardinières, three cut glass decanters, two wine glass coolers and various Staffordshire plates £50-100
300.    An Art Deco Gouda pottery charger, decorated with flowers to the well, signed to underside, 30cm £40-60
301.    A Victorian and later butlers tray, having a turned walnut X frame stand and mahogany tray, AF, 74cm high and 70cm (2) £100-200
302.    A pair of late 19th century Asian carved hardwood stirrups, possibly ceremonial examples from Mongolia or Tibet, 23cm wide mallet shaped forms with designs and having cast iron supports four leather straps with leather braiding (2) £100-200
303.    An Art Nouveau Loetz glass jug, iridescent green fluted body with folded flared rim and applied handle, 15cm £100-150
304.    A pair of well designed 1950s silver candleholders by I.D, 7cm, triangular form with three supports and central taper sconce, Birmingham 1959 (2) £80-120
305.    An Art Deco chromed owl car mascot, together with a silver, meerschaum and amber cheroot holder in a case, a small German silver beaker and a silver plated and enamelled sugar lifters with Celtic design (5) £80-120
306.    An Art Deco period marble clock, having exotic spelter and gilt pheasant with eight day movement in marble surround and two further applied marble discs, 49cm wide £60-100
307.    A mid 19th century burr walnut tea caddy, having banded design to sarcophagus box, lacks escutcheon, the interior with a pair of lift out tea boxes, 32cm wide £80-120
308.    Of WWII RAF and military aviation interest, a group of six aircraft instruments, including a Air Ministry MK XVIa altimeter, a Smiths MK XVIIa altimeter, a Sperry Zero type ZL2 Course Reader, an AM speed indicator MK9H 5A, a 78rv Rev Indicator, and a climb indicator 6A-1672 (6) £150-250
309.    A vintage beech and canvas child's folding chair, 61cm high, c1950s, perfect for the beach or camping £30-50
310.    Three late Meiji period cloisonné jars and covers, two spherical and one of squat form, each with a cover, widest 12cm (6) £100-150
311.    A group of three Victorian and Edwardian bone fans, two with silk leaves having painted designs, and one example with lace leaf, AF (3) £120-180
312.    A 1950s Triang Lightning tinplate child's pedal car, later painted red, with Triang marked to steering wheel, AF, 88cm long £100-200
313.    A collection of early 20th Century mixed metal Islamic items, including a pair of tapered vases, 15.5 cm high, a pair of stem vases, 26 cm high, two ovoid squat example and three other items £100-150
314.    A boxed modern Lalique vase, titled 'Elisabeth' no 12265, 13.5 cm high together with a modern Lalique paperweight modelled as a wild boar titled 'Sanglier' 7 cm high (2) £150-250
315.    A quantity of fountain pens and pencils, including a Parker 51, another lacking clip, a cased burgundy Parker Victory and other items £120-180
316.    A continental art nouveau pink lustre glass centrepiece, of lobed ovoid form heightened in gilt, 29 cm, together with six small liquor glasses and blue soda glass £50-100
317.    A mother of pearl and abalone casket, with matching decorated chromed cigarette case, three tin glaze mugs made in Jerusalem, an antique terracotta bowl and a museum copy bowl £50-100
318.    L Petrovich, oil on canvas, fishing vessel in full sail at sea, signed lower left, 27 cm x 20 cm, framed £50-100
319.    Fourteen bound volumes, 'All the Year Round', half Moroccan £50-100
320.    An Edwardian oak and satin strung mantel clock, of oval form with Swiss drum movement together with a Smiths art deco cased electrical clock, a chromed stop watch and a quantity of clock parts and cases £100-150
321.    A pair of continental porcelain ovoid jars and covers, with an all over scroll and floral gilt design to cobalt ground, 40 cm high £50-100
322.    A collection of walking sticks and canes, a modern stick stand, a Scottish traditional jacket and sporran £100-150
323.    A continental gilt metal plant stand, in simulated bamboo and basket ware, 77 cm high x 41 cm diameter £50-100
324.    A pair of early 19th Century ivory trench salts, each with concentric circle marks to the base, 6.5 cm diameter x 5 cm high £150-250
325.    A large collection of part dinner and tea services, to include Spode Madeira, Royal Doulton Auriel, Spode Elizabeth etc (parcel) £100-150
326.    An apprentice made oak miniature carver chair, having bobbin front legs, beading to seat edges, turned arm supports, 41 cm high £50-100
327.    An Aldermaston terracotta pottery jug, together with a Crown Devon Fieldings milk jug with poodle decoration, Beswick labrador, art deco crinoline lady etc £50-100
328.    A pair of Sitzendorf porcelain figures, one modelled as a hunchback, the other as a dwarf playing cards, together with a pair of 19th Century Staffordshire cruets and a pair of Continental porcelain figures (6) £50-100
329.    A quantity of crested china, together with a Foley Wilkinsons faience crested twin handled mug, a miniature pair of stoneware boots, a miniature pair of leather boots, commemorative ware etc £50-100
330.    A 19th Century character toby jug, modelled as Admiral Lord Nelson standing with tricorn hat, telescope to one arm, union flag draped behind canon, 28 cm high £100-150
331.    A mid 19th Century treacle glazed Staffordshire toby jug and cover, modelled as the Snuff Taker, 26 cm high together with treacle glazed toby jug and cover modelled as the Gin Woman, 22 cm high (2) £50-100
332.    A set of three graduated salt glazed moulded jugs, with leaf and foliage design, largest 22 cm high, smallest 17 cm high together with a pair of prattware ribbon plates, a copper lustre jug and lustre footed bowl (7) £50-100
333.    A pair of continental stoneware cockerels, a quimper miniature spirit flask modelled as a book, cabinet cups and saucers etc £50-100
334.    A collection of miscellaneous items including a brass carriage timepiece, four walking sticks, a leather cased mah jong set, various prints etc £50-100
335.    An early 20th Century plaster figure of a seated chimpanzee, with glass eyes, one hand holding a mango, 49 cm high (af) £100-200
336.    A pair of Meiji period Japanese bronze figures, one of a female musician, 17 cm high the other of a fisherwoman 17.2 cm high (2) £100-200
337.    A 19th Century tortoiseshell card case, of rectangular form with ivory inlay, 10.3 cm x 7.5 cm £80-120
338.    An early 19th Century tortoiseshell and ivory sewing box, with removable inner lid, silk liked interior, mirror to lid, exterior with chinoiserie pattern 10 cm x 6 cm x 4.2 cm £50-100
339.    A 19th Century tortoiseshell box, of casket shape on ivory bun feet, 7.5 cm x 5 cm x 2.7 cm high £50-100
340.    A bronze figural study modelled as a lizard, with curled tail, af to feet, 15 cm £50-100
341.    A Japanese four fold table screen, inlaid with bone and mother of pearl, 110 cm x 90 cm together with an arched mahogany inlaid eight day mantel clock (heavily af) and a part egg shell tea service £50-100
A 19th Century ivory Staunton style chess set, in white and red, together with leather folding board and a 5 Ruble bank note £100-200
343.    A Sherwin and Cotton Staffordshire pottery photo portrait, of Smendelssohn, marked to back and dated 1898, 22 cm x 14 cm £50-100
344.    A collection of stoneware pottery, including an ovoid salt pot and cover, two smaller examples and various jugs £50-100
345.    A collection of coloured and plain glass, vases, posy holders etc £50-100
346.    A Royal Doulton figure, in pottery, Curtsey HN 670, 26 cm high £150-250
347.    A J C Vickery of Regent Street crocodile skin and leather jewel case, with lacquered brass fittings, 26 cm x 13 cm x 17.2 cm £50-100
348.    A Chinese Sang de Boeuf teapot, of flattened form, in puzzle like design, 22 cm high £50-100
349.    A small collection of pre and post war fountain pens, by Swan, Parker, Watermans etc £100-150
350.    A quantity of miscellaneous items, including an Edwardian brass oak mounted dinner gong, an olive wood bound Jerusalem flowers and souvenir book, an 1889 paper flip and desk calendar, a mauchlinware box and other items £50-100
351.    A National Time Recorder Company Limited wall mounted clock, in a veneered and glazed case, 47 cm x 38 cm £100-150
352.    A part suite of cut glass, including six wine glasses, four brandy balloons, four tumblers, six sherry, a matching decanter and a fruit bowl £50-100
353.    A Royal Doulton Carnation part dinner service, comprising six dinner plates, six lunch plates, six side plates, four bowls, four twin handled soup bowls, one sauce boat and saucer, salt and pepper, teapot, milk jug and sugar with matching vase and table mats and coasters £50-100
354.    Three Digby Page watercolours, landscape scenes, 8 cm x 12.5 cm, framed and glazed (3) £50-100
355.    A pair of middle eastern watercolours, of desert scenes, early 20th Century, signed Chester to lower right, 23 cm x 15 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
356.    A Victorian silver and horn mounted malacca cane walking stick, a camel crop and a silver mounted parasol (3) £50-100
357.    After J Mason, printed by George Lambert, an 18th century print of a view of the castle and town of Dover, framed and glazed, (glass af) 32 cm x 53 cm together with three other prints of Dover and other items £100-150
358.    A Rockingham porcelain tea service, comprising twelve cups and saucers, one slop bowl, sugar bowl and cover, two bread and butter plates, milk jug, with grey and gilt border design, puce mark to base 7707, some pieces af together with a pair of bronze figures on bakelite bases, 27 cm high £50-100
359.    A quantity of Delft and blue and white pottery and porcelain, including an octagonal vase and cover, a globular vase and cover, various jugs and other items etc £100-150
360.    A quantity of white metal and Delft mounted jewellery, and pottery clogs £50-100
361.    A collection of Delft and other blue and white plates, together with various blue and white and Delft ornaments £50-100
362.    A small collection of crested china, including a Goss model of an army bottle used at the Battle of Waterloo with Walsall crest, a WWI Carltonware tommys dugout with Guildford crest, a machine gun and others including a motor spirit bottle £50-100
363.    A collection of glass paperweights, including a Murano millefiori example, two cased Strathearn examples, 1975 Listgard etc £50-100
364.    Three Lumar WWII jigsaw puzzles, and a box of POW bone and ebony dominoes together with kensitas silks £50-100
365.    A continental stained beech and pottery spice rack, having floral decorated ceramic drawers and covered pots, 55 cm high x 50 cm x 17 cm deep £50-100
366.    An English porcelain cabinet plate, in the Worcester style painted by F Clark with scene of highland cattle, 27 cm diameter £50-100
367.    A collection of Royal Worcester porcelain birds, including Yellow Hammers, Sparrow, Blue Jay etc (25) (some af) £150-250
368.    A Crown Derby coffee set, Derby posies, continental transfer printed coffee set with pot £50-100
369.    A pair of Chinese Imari bottle vases, with floral design heightened in gilt, 26 cm high £50-100
370.    A quantity of 19th and 20th Century engraved and cut glass, including beakers, rummers, vases etc £100-150
371.    A set of six 19th Century long stemmed liquor glasses, flashed cranberry bodies with engraved designs of hunting scenes, 15 cm high (6) £100-150
372.    A set of six 19th Century cranberry flashed rummers, the bulbous bowls with engraved scenes of stags and hounds, 13 cm high (6) £100-150
373.    A 19th Century Bohemian cranberry glass faceted footed vase, with engraved design of horses, 17 cm high together with a 19th Century Bohemian flashed glass decanter with engraved design of school, kindergarden, state buildings, decanter and stopper and glasses etc £100-150
374.    An Augustus Rex pink chocolate cup and saucer, a Meissen cabinet cup and saucer, and a quantity of Meissen and other continental cabinet cups and saucers £100-150
375.    A small collection of cups and saucers, including a Staffordshire botanical painted trio, a Royal Worcester transfer printed autumn fruits cup and saucer and other items £50-100
376.    A Locke & Co Worcester ovoid porcelain twin handled vase, painted with a Robin within a gilt branch, a Royal Worcester bird painted saucer by Powell, a robin painted small vase, thimbles and other items (7) £100-150
377.    A Royal Worcester blush ivory bamboo jug, with floral design and naturalistic handle, puce factory mark to underside, also another smaller example, a modern fruit painted sleeve vase and other Worcester items (7) £100-150
378.    A pair of 19th century Sowerby marbled glass posy vases, with moulded floral design, marked to underside with registered design mark for 1872, a tortoiseshell snuff box, another in papier mache and three porcelain pill boxes (7) £100-150
379.    Three coloured glass scent bottles, in cranberry, navy blue and citrine, another tapered cranberry example two silver cut glass scent bottles, a basket and ivory example and cranberry scent (8) £150-250
380.    English school, 19th century, watercolour 'Red riding hood in forester lane' framed and glazed 37 cm X 27 cm £50-100
381.    A William IV rosewood and brass sarcophagus shaped jewellery box, egg and dart border, with later lined interior, 32 cm wide X 24 cm deep X 27 cm high £100-150
382.    Ron Lee Greatest Clown Collector's Club sculpture, modelled as a sleeping clown on a bench on a hard stone base signed and dated 71, 33 cm wide X 17 cm deep X 20 cm high £50-100
383.    An Edwardian oil lamp, brass column support, blue glass reservoir, ornate frosted shade, all on a terracotta black glazed base 79 cm high £50-100
384.    A 1900 continental cow bell, marked to brass buckle on long leather strap E Redolfi, 64 cm £100-150
385.    A Peyton dry point etching, Leopard, limited edition 13/100 22.5 cm X 35 cm £50-100
386.    Continental school, 20th century, oil on board maritime scene, in gilt frame 11 cm X 16 cm £50-100
387.    Three modern cut glass and polished chrome celling lights, with basket drops (3) £100-120
388.    A Villeroy & Boch tea service, Mariposa pattern, setting for twelve £50-100
389.    A pair of gilt metal three branch wall lights, in the rococo style, 55 cm (2) £100-150
390.    A 1930s leather cased double snooker cue case, together with a Thurston Special Royal ash cue and a bowler hat, case 152 cm x 8 cm x 5.5 cm, reputedly owned by Sydney Lee £200-300
391.    English School, early 19th Century, oil on canvas, 3/4 length portrait, woman in mourning with lace bonnet and collar, 74 cm x 62 cm (relined), in later gilt frame £600-800
392.    A set of Edinburgh crystal wine glasses, in fitted case, together with a cut glass Edinburgh crystal decanter, boxed and other glassware £50-100
393.    A Regency sarcophagus shaped burr walnut tea caddy, with bone escutcheon, gilt lion mask handles, satin strung, bun feet, 32 cm x 16 cm x 18 cm high £120-180
394.    A Regency walnut veneered cross banded sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, with satin stringing, lion mask handles, with engraved cut glass mixing bowl and slide in canisters, 32 cm x 17 cm x 19 cm high £100-120
395.    A 19th Century bronzed metal and black marble paperweight, modelled as a gentleman sailor standing next to ships anchor on naturalistic base mounted on stone, 12.5 cm high £100-150
396.    A Victorian silver gilt figural statue, on marble base, of a Bacchus female with vine leaves and fruit, London 1863, 16 cm high £200-300
397.    A Morden & Co set of scales, on coromandel base, with weights, 17 cm x 14 cm x 13 cm high £50-100
398.    An 18th Century cut and engraved glass beaker, in leather case with central decoration of an engraved swan feeding young above the motto 'Imitez Moi' in a fitted leather case together with four various soda glass beakers with gilt decoration £100-150
399.    Two Robert Ellis diaries 1838-9, from his duties and office as under sheriff for London and Middlesex with his buttons and buckles for court dress in fitted leather and tin cases £100-150
400.    An 18th Century Chinese blue and white export footed punch bowl, painted with landscapes and figures, hairline to rim, 40 cm diameter £120-180
401.    An early 19th Century Sevres porcelain cabinet plate, centred with Europa and the bull surrounded by floral sprays heightened in gilt, underglazed blue mark to base, 24 cm diameter £50-100
402.    A part Limoges botanical tea service, together with a 19th Century continental floral painted hors d'oeuvres dish £50-100
403.    A 19th Century Crown Derby botanical dessert service, including two tureens, two stands, one with lid, various plates and serving dishes £100-150
404.    A 19th Century Japanese blue and white export charger, a 19th Century Crown Derby imari twin handled bowl and cover on stand, two Staffordshire Robin Hood Transfer printed jugs and two other items (8) £100-150
405.    A collection of 18th Century Chinese export ware including a large famille verte tankard, with gilded floral sprays within green enamelled cartouches, a similar punch bowl, two famille rose examples, another later and famille rose jug, all items heavily af £100-200
406.    A continental school, 20th Century, oil on canvas, mountain cliffs and river scape, signed and titled indistinctly lower left, R Dozyam or similar in gilt frame, with Geneva label to back of stretcher, 27 cm x 36 cm £100-150
407.    Pierre Gimmig (1877-1942) oil on board, Marseille Countryside scene, in gilt frame, frame af, 23 cm x 32 cm £100-150
408.    A continental school, 20th Century, oil on canvas, still life, signed indistinctly to top right, Vincent or similar, 88 cm x 79 cm, in gilt frame £100-150
409.    A collection of various tea services, three pottery jugs, a terracotta vase, and a small collection of glassware etc £50-100
410.    A collection of crested china, including a bathing wagon, hair tidy, elephants, jugs and other items £50-100
411.    A large collection of Wade figures, and whimsie animals, the figures depicting scenes from literature, including Molly Malone, Queen of Hearts, Little Bo Peep and others, the animals including rhino, polar bears, rabbits, pussy cat playing a fiddle and many others £150-200
412.    A 20th Century Chinese four fold lacquer and hardstone room screen, decorated with figures within a landscape above mythical temple beasts with gilt border, 182 cm x 185 cm £120-180
413.    An early Chinese jade vessel, the archaic shaped body with carved and pierced design of flared form in three sections, on a later hardwood base, 15.5 cm high x 7.2 cm max wide, 5.5 cm min wide x 5 cm £3000-5000
414.    A small Chinese spinach jade flared bowl, with spreading rim, 3.2 cm x 4 cm diameter together with associated floral patterned domed lid and a green hard quartz scent bottle, 4 cm high (4) £200-300
415.    An 18th Century Chinese jade disc, the pierced panel with Chinese script characters, stylised flower heads and a bat in a scroll frame, 7.5 cm diameter £300-500
416.    A 19th Century Chinese mutton fat jade carved cicada, the abdomen with bulbous head and pierced hole for hanging with carved wings and carved legs to underside, 5.2 cm long £250-350
417.    A 19th Century Chinese spinach jade carved cicada, with translucent carved wings, detailed underside with later drilled holes for suspension, 5.2 cm long £300-500
418.    An 18th Century Chinese carved jade temple dog, modelled reclining with crossed paws with later drill hole for suspension, carved to underside, 5 cm x 2.3 cm £350-450
419.    An early Chinese jade Tsung, of rectangular form with archaic carved body in varying tones of grey, 9 cm £400-600
420.    A 17th Century Chinese agate tear vase, the ovoid slender body with inverted neck and flared rim having carved dragon scrolled handles supported on an oval spreading foot, 10 cm high x 4 cm max wide £700-900
421.    Eva Schonberg, paper silhouette, depicting a caged girl in fancy dress with butterfly to top right hand corner, printed signature to lower right, 32 cm x 25 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
422.    After C Napier Hemy RA, print, Life, framed and glazed, 53 cm x 79 cm together with a reproduction poster from 1897 of the Auctioneers Institute of the United Kingdom, framed and glazed, 80 cm x 54 cm (2) £50-100
423.    David Shepherd, signed print, Three Happy Jumbos', with blind stamp lower left, 52 cm x 88 cm, framed and glazed £50-100
424.    David Shepherd, signed limited edition print, The Land of the Baobab Trees' No 867/1100, signed lower right, with blindstamp, 43 cm x 76 cm, framed and glazed £100-200
425.    Three WWI black and white photographs, of large size, framed and glazed, depicting a machine gun unit, a gentleman in khaki with horse in desert and a pre war standing portrait of gentleman in uniform, 23 cm x 29 cm (3) £150-250
426.    Of local interest, three black and white large size photographs of rural scenes depicting a farmer with shire horse and dray, Borough of Andover milk wagon and another of a shepherd, his flock and sheepdog, framed and glazed, approximately 23 cm x 30 cm (3) £100-150
427.    Verna Muriel Jackson, watercolour on paper, river and landscape scene, unsigned, framed and glazed, 67 cm x 47 cm £50-100
428.    J Derbar, 20th Century, oil on board, marine scene of Dutch fishing vessels in modern ornate gilt frame signed lower right, 29 cm x 59 cm £100-150
429.    Three boxes of art reference book, to include Millers, furniture, clocks, ceramics etc (three boxes) £50-100
430.    A mahogany stained bookcase display, with two glazed doors above single drawer and lower cupboard £50-100
431.    An 18th Century and later oak mule chest, with peg and wire hinges, candle box, and three lower drawers, 48 cm x 112 cm x 69 cm high £50-100
432.    An early 20th Century oak pedestal partners desk, by Thomas Turner, the leatherette inset top supported by two pedestals with fitted drawers, 137 cm wide x 85 cm deep x 77 cm high £50-100
433.    An 18th Century cast iron fire back £100-150
434.    A Victorian mahogany elevated bookcase, the top with astragal glazed doors with adjustable wooden shelves supported on a base with a pair of frieze drawers and panel cupboard with reeded sides, 122 cm long x 47.5 cm deep x 222.5 cm high £50-100
435.    A Carolean style high backed settee, with carved top rails, oval caned back panels supported on barley twist stretchers and ball feet, 148 cm long x 70 cm deep x 99 cm high £50-100
436.    A Regency style lyre support side table, with green marble top, 54 cm x 24 cm x 70 cm high £50-100
437.    A Victorian stained beech fall front coal scuttle, with carved panel supported on turned oval feet, 38 cm x 37 cm deep x 57 cm high together with a brass fender of pierced design, 102 cm long (2) £50-100
438.    An Edwardian mahogany revolving bookcase, three tier with slatted sides, ceramic castors, 50 cm square x 110 cm high £100-120
439.    A 19th Century walnut side table, of rectangular form with turned pedestals and shaped splayed feet, 110 cm x 68 cm, together with a stained chest campaign chair, an oak three tier cake stand and a Georgian mahogany bar back carver (4) £100-120
440.    A 19th Century double mahogany chest of seven graduated drawers, ex shop counter, with drop recessed brass handles, 93 cm x 34.5 cm x 76 cm high £150-250
441.    A late Victorian mahogany table, of rectangular form on turned tapering legs and brass and ceramic castors, 126 cm x 79 x 75 cm high £50-100
442.    Charles and Ray Eames, a rectangular topped beech veneered splayed leg dining table, 152 cm x 76 cm x 71 cm high £250-400
443.    A set of four Charles and Ray Eames DKR bikini chairs, on Eiffel Tower bases with perspex pad feet, some signs of restoration and soldering to bases of chairs (4) £400-600
444.    A green painted oak and pine tool box, containing a large collection of tools, box 99 cm x 47 cm x 49 cm high £50-100
445.    A Victorian walnut inlaid davenport, with leather inset top, four drawers matched by dummies, 53 cm x 54 cm deep x 85 cm high (wormed) £50-100
446.    An Edwardian mahogany and satin strung bow fronted glazed display cabinet, having three shelf interior, mirror over, tapering legs, 50 cm wide x 36 cm deep x 118 cm high £100-150
447.    An Edwardian pine metamorphic child's high chair, with replacement table, original loose, 103 cm high £50-100
448.    An early 20th Century Donegal style wool carpet, central panel with three rows of arabesque design against a red ground surrounded by multiple floral borders in blue, red and green, 377 cm x 245 cm £100-200
449.    An early 20th Century chesterfield, with button back, stained beech feet, in need of attention200 cm wide x 83 cm deep £100-200
450.    A Regency mahogany veneered twin pedestal sideboard, fitted with three frieze drawers, central drawer with brass tigers and urn mounts, brass garlands to fronts of doors, 153 cm x 50.5 cm x 97 cm high £200-300
451.    A small flame mahogany chest of four graduated long drawers, with ring handles on bracket feet, 80 cm x 45.5 cm x 87 cm high £100-150
452.    An oak 30 hour long case clock, with painted square dial having roman numerals and floral swags, broken swan neck pediment, in need of restoration, 221 cm high (one weight, pendulum, missing finials and pieces of veneer present) £150-200
453.    A set of eight country chairs, with rush seats, spindle backs to include two carvers (8) £200-300
454.    A Jaycee Furniture Ltd oak extending refectory dining table and six matching chairs, rectangular top turned legs block feet united by a cross stretcher, 73 cm x 92 cm x 77 cm high (274 cm max extended) £150-200
455.    A Jaycee Furniture Ltd oak veneered sideboard, fitted with three frieze drawers above a pair of panel doors flanked by cupboards, 87 cm long x 50 cm x 87 cm high £50-100
456.    A Jaycee Furniture Ltd oak veneered desk, with carved frieze drawer flanked by carved panel doors, one with filing cabinet interior, three leather inset tops, heightened in gilt, finished verso, 153 cm x 70 cm x 77 cm high £150-200
457.    A pair of Jaycee Furniture Ltd oak carvers, with carved back rails, turned supports and green upholstered backs and seats £50-100
458.    An Edwardian walnut and satinwood inlaid four tier whatnot, the four tiers with spindle supports all with inlaid floral design, 131 cm high x 50 cm wide x 34 cm deep £50-100
459.    A reproduction burr walnut veneered tallboy, of two short drawers over five graduating drawers on bracket cabriole supports, 120 cm x 48 cm x 40 cm £50-100
460.    A peacock wrought iron and coloured glass fire screen, 84 cm high x 77 cm max £50-100
461.    A collection of fire furniture, including a brass and copper helmet coal scuttle, fire screen, irons, bellows, trivet etc £50-100
462.    An Edwardian canvas and leather bound travelling trunk, with brass fittings, 45 cm x 39 cm x 36 cm high together with an army and navy leather suitcase, 66 cm x 39 cm x 16 cm high (2) £50-100
463.    An Edwardian button backed, oak framed corner chair, with mustard upholstery together with an Edwardian floral upholstered tub chair (2) £50-100
464.    A Louis XV style salon suite, comprising sofa and two fauteuils, in white painted carved wooden frame heightened in gilt, sofa 131 cm (in need of re upholstery) £150-250
465.    A continental rush seated country chair, together with a ladder back continental chair and an occasional table (3) £50-100
466.    A walnut framed upholstered armchair, with scroll arms and supports in an all over red and white floral upholstery £100-150
467.    A 19th Century mahogany wine cabinet by Hobbs & Sons of London, with moulded top over panel doors to fitted interior supported on turned tapering legs, 91 cm x 56 cm x 108 cm high £50-100
468.    A reproduction twin pedestal desk, having three drawers over two banks of three drawers, with leather inset top, 157 cm x 87 cm x 78 cm high together with a matched two drawer filing cabinet, 50 cm x 61 cm x 76 cm (2) £100-150
469.    A matched pair of his and hers Victorian stained beech fireside chairs, with stuff over seats and ceramic castors £100-150
470.    An Edwardian upholstered armchair, with turned front supports and ceramic castors with floral and mustard upholstery £50-100
471.    A cast iron and marble topped garden table, circular top, 60 cm diameter x 72 cm high £50-100
472.    An Adirondack folding chair, in teak £50-100
473.    A George III style mahogany tripod washstand, on turned supports with cabriole legs united by lower tier and drawer section, with acorn finial, with associated early 19th Century porcelain bowl, 85 cm max high x 44 cm £50-100
474.    Robert Thompson of Kilburn, known as The Mouseman, an oak and leather easy chair with high back, tapered flat arms, front leg with carved mouse, 104 cm high £400-600
475.    An Inglesants oak veneered three section graduated bookcase, with pressed metal name plate, registered design number 467666, 87 cm x 31 cm x 28 cm £50-100
476.    An Edwardian oak rectangular footstool, with floral stuffover cushion, on four turned supports, 133 cm x 23 cm £50-100
477.    A mahogany single drawer regency style lyre supported occasional table, 54 cm x 30.5 cm x 87 cm high £50-100
478.    A modern oak dresser, the base with a frieze drawer above a pair of panel doors on bracket feet having drop leaf side sections, supporting two tier plate rack, 156 cm max x 47 cm deep x 172 cm high £100-150
479.    An 18th Century style small oak joint stool, 40 cm x 27 cm x 41 cm high £50-100
480.    An 18th Century oak panel chest, with architectural frieze to front, fitted with two later drawers with lozenge shaped centres with parquetry inlay, 122 cm x 58 cm x 76 cm high £150-200
481.    A George III mahogany drop leaf table, of rectangular shape, 155 cm max x 122 cm x 72 cm high £50-100
482.    An Edwardian mahogany and satin strung armchair, with rectangular back splat having shaped back rail and elegant cabriole legs with floral stuff over seat £50-100
483.    An Edwardian mahogany satin and chequered strung small casket, with hinged lid on stepped base and four bun feet, 49 cm x 33 cm x 40 cm high £50-100
484.    A 19th Century continental walnut worktable, with quarter veneered top opening to reveal a fitted interior with lift out tray above a slide lower section supported on pierced lyre shaped base, 55 cm x 40 cm x 72 cm high £100-200
485.    Four William IV mahogany balloon back single chairs, with caned seats and turned supports (4) £50-100
486.    A pair of gothic revival brass ecclesiastical candlesticks, the tapered bases with crenulated sconce supporting turned stem matching sconces with replacement painted brass columns and plain sconces 116 cm high £200-300
487.    A Regency style mahogany and satin strung hall mirror, of rectangular shape with mirrored lower section under carved and gesso gilt painted sphinx, 191 cm x 65 cm wide £300-500
488.    A modern gilt hall mirror, of rectangular form in the classical style with bevelled glass, stepped pediment and swept base, 168 cm high x 78 cm £50-100
489.    A Georgian style mahogany corner cabinet, with astragal glazed top section over panel door base, 212 cm high x 101 cm wide x 63 cm deep £50-100
490.    An 18th Century oak panel chest, the front section with carved frieze over stylised flowers and scroll design, 150 cm x 56 cm x 70 cm high £250-400
491.    A Sheraton style mahogany and satinwood banded and boxwood and ebony line inlaid sideboard, having drawer over tambour doors flanked by cellarette and cupboard on tapering square legs and spade feet, 167 cm x 67 cm x 91 cm high £200-300
492.    A late Victorian mahogany veneered chiffonier, with breakfront top, 91 cm x 36 cm x 119cm high £50-100
493.    A pine tool box, 88 cm wide, a painted pine box with metal straps, and two shop tills (4) £100-150
494.    Three painted pine trunks, including a mid shipman sailors box, length 94 cm (3) £100-150
495.    A 19th Century Orkney chair, the pine panel seat with rush woven curved back, having iron screws, supported on straight legs united by stretcher, 110 cm high £250-500
496.    An Edwardian mahogany and strung small bureau bookcase, 137cm high and 74cm wide, in two sections £60-100
497.    Three quirky beer keg top stools, each barrel cover with Simmonds of Reading and codes stamped, on three supports (3) £100-150
498.    A modern Moroccan woollen kilim style carpet, having red, green and white geometric banding, 392 cm x 254 cm £100-150
499.    A modern Moroccan woollen carpet, having central green medallion and multiple blue, pink and brown floral borders, 324 cm x 232 cm £100-150
500.    A pair of Swedese easy chairs, having removable shagpile upholstery to bentwood frame, stamped to frame, one af (2) £300-500
501.    A modern Czech glass chandelier, having twelve sconce branches with faux flame bulbs, 86 cm high x 80 cm wide with purchase guarantee from Elite Bohemia £300-500
502.    A set of twelve modern dining chairs, having stained frames, balloon and bar back, stylised cabriole front legs and striped upholstery (12) £300-500
503.    A Georgian oak corner wall cupboard, 93 cm high and 67 cm wide, AF £50-80
504.    A Mappin and Webb art deco walnut lady's dressing table box on stand, with hinged lid opening to reveal fitted interior with ivory topped bottles, cut glass with silver tops, manicure set, onyx table tops, slide out lower drawer, and push button jewel drawer, lacking key, 36 cm x 27 cm x 82 cm high £200-300
505.    A 19th Century oak X frame ecclesiastical chair, with carved central back splat and leaf carved arms, together with a late 19th Century three fold glazed fire screen £100-200
506.    An Edwardian cast iron white painted double bed frame, with central oval and scroll design 140 cm x 116 cm high £120-180
507.    A decoupage child's desk, covered in Viz magazine, 60 cm x 46 cm x 80 cm £50-100
508.    An early 20th Century brass and copper ceiling light, with central sphere with radiating outer rim supporting five hanging drops together with a cast iron ceiling rose, 92 cm diameter and a pair of art deco style wrought iron gates, with scroll design, painted in silver, 132 cm wide x 123 cm high together with another pair of gates painted black with scroll tops, 130 cm x 125 cm (6) £50-100
509.    Two sandstone circular grinders, one with wrought and cast iron handle, with makers name Hornsby & Sons, 95 cm, the other 43 cm together with a 20th Century garden water pump, with bronze column and steel spout and iron handle, 120 cm together with a garden wrought iron candelabra 108 cm high £50-100
510.    An early 1900's Ellisons & Co turnstile, the semi circular body with pierced column design from Darlington Football Club, the turnstile was removed in 1998 when the new stand was built, 108 cm x 99 cm x 104 cm high £50-100