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Antique Auction

Saturday 02 July 2011 10:00


Nursery House Chatton Northumberland NE66 5PY

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Lot: 361

A collection of Victorian brass terrets - swingers. (A lot) These all look to be old and came out of a pub. There are seven mounted with single bells, a pair with twin bells and a single with three bells. There are many other varieties including moon crescents, stars, hearts, etc. There are 40 in all. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 366

A pair of large Victorian ribbed brass candlesticks by Schat & Bolander of Birmingham; a copper cone watering can with brass mounts; and a pair of Victorian candlesticks with circular bases. (5) The large candlesticks are 15.25in high and have been pierced to their bases to make tablelamps. They have urn shaped candleholders with bead mouldings above saucers and balusters of taping ribbed form, raised on circular bases. The watering can is an unusual piece of copper, but unmarked. It has a brass nodule to the top of the tapering body, and a riveted looped handle. "Dresser-esque" in terms of shape. The Victorian candlesticks are of tubular column form with circular bases. Both have ejector rods. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 362

Two fly fishing boxes with flies. (A lot) One is an unmarked aluminium box with flip-up seethrough lids. This box has around 30 flies. The other is a hinged mahogany box which has around 20 lures and over 50 flies in it. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 363

A taxidermy cock and hen capercaille. (2) These two birds are mounted on oval oak bases having Red Grouse Gallery, Rothbury, Ralph Robson labels. The male has the better plumage with slight damage to the tail feather ends. The females tail feathers are pretty well shot. There are also some missing feathers to the head and neck. A fine rare pair. Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 367

Three 1920s/1930s domed travelling trunks. (3) These trunks have iron mounts and worn fabric coverings held together by wooden slats. The interiors are paper lined and one has a French label named to Romanet. All these trunks are in distressed condition. They all have the remnants of other labels attached to them. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 364

A Davisons patent exercising kit belts, chains, whips, etc. (A lot) Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 368

A coromandel and brass box containing seven cut-throat razors. (7in x 3.25in x 1.75in) This coromandel box has brass banding to the edges and a brass plaque to the lip which is pitted. The green velvet interior contains seven open blade razors with ivorine handles and steel blades named to G. and J. Morton, 39 Cheapside. Each razor blade is marked with a particular day of the week. There is some rusting/marking to blades, particularly at the hinged areas. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 365

A mounted fox head. (10in) Reynard is mounted on an oak shield shaped panel. The fierce looking face has amber eyes and open mouth, although it appears that some teeth are missing. The fur is in good condition. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 369

A late Victorian oak stationery box with mechanical opening mechanism and drawer. (12.25in x 8in x 8in) This is a clever stationery box having celtic style silver plated pierced mounts. There are loose handles for the box inside. The drawer opens to reveal a stationery compartment within the up-ending top. The drawer has a pen tray with original brass lock and a registered number 272810 stamped to the top of the drawer. It has a vacant silver plated mount to the front. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 372

A nineteenth century leather cased European aneroid barometer. (4.75in) This leather cased barometer is in a brass case with a ring attached. It has a silvered dial engraved Barometro Aneroide, and it has an adjusting dial round the edge which appears to be in Italian. The decorative bezzle has lost its glass and there is a hand/pointer that is loose. An interesting early scientific instrument. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 373

A large pale pink floral handsewn cotton quilt of reversible design. (85in x 73in) This reversible cotton quilt has a pink zigzag border and central diamond panel. It is a reversible quilt and generally is in good condition with slight fading. The floral panels are of a paisley style design. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 370

A nineteenth century brass fender mounted with floral medallions. (49.5in x 12.5in) This fender has pierced grills framed by bead moulding. The grills are alternating with applied floral medallions and it sits on a moulded plinth base. The top rail is oval. A good solid fender. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 374 Lot: 371

Three Victorian leather bound photograph albums. (3) The first of these is in good condition with an embossed front and back cover with gilt tooling to the spine. One of the brass mounts is absent. The pages are in pretty good condition with sepia frames to the cut-outs. It has gilt edges. The red album is not in particularly good condition, as it has lost its spine. The brass mounts are also absent. The third album is in good condition with plated mounts. It has silvered edges to the boards and the fretwork cut-out pages are all intact. However it has lost its closing hasp. It is green leather and is embossed with ropework bands to spine. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00 A boxed Meccano set with instruction manuals. (A lot) This lot, which is contained in a distressed box with applied Meccano label with encircled H, has compartment with boxed washers, clips, nuts and bolts, etc; a lift-out tray with wheels, cogs, pulley ropes; and a compartmentalised tray below with further plates, cups, and rods. There are a lot of pieces. The three distressed instruction manuals are for outfits No 6, 7/8 and 9/10. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 375

A Hardy fly box with flies. This aluminium box has applied Hardy Bros Ltd plaque. It contains approximately 80 flies. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 376

Miscellaneous furs, a moleskin coat, mink stoles, etc. (A lot) There is a silk lined Scotch mole coat with a Marcus Ltd, Newcastle-on-Tyne furriers label; a fox stole labelled The International Fur Store (Jays Ltd) Oxford Circus, Regent Street W which has a little fur loss; and five other stoles, drapes, etc. These are all in good but used condition. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Boer War, Canada and Ireland, etc. There are also some in wood frames ranging from (7in x 4in) to (13in x 3-5in) - birds, Robinson Crusoe and several where you can move the glass plate to change pictures. Estimate: £200.00 - £250.00

Lot: 380

A large carved onyx jardiniere stand with internal light fitting. (35.5in) This came from a deceased estate. We don't know whether we have put it together correctly or not? It comes in several sections and it is heavy. We believe the way we have assembled it is right. It has a platform top with an overhanging leaf edge. The column is carved with flowerheads that follow the bulbous piece and a leaf moulded collar with similar leaf carving to the base above a waved angled plinth. It has minor chips, but it is a good bit of kitsch! Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 377

An oval Edwardian copper drinks tray, with scalloped gadrooned rim and pierced gallery, raised on four feet with handles to ends formerly plated. (24in) Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 378

A Hardy trout rod - the 'Pope', with sleeve. This 10ft two piece split cane rod has a brass mount with Hardy Bros Ltd Makers Alnwick the 'Pope' mark and further marks 41613A, Hardys Pat No 2307. Above the cork handle the rod has red bindings and is marked the 'Pope' rod Palakona regd trademark. The sleeve is not the original. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 381

A nineteenth century heavy brass dumb waiter, with rectangular pierced scrolled plate and aprons, supported on slender cabriole legs. (18in x 12.5in x 13.5in) This is a good quality heavy plate warmer which looks to be all original. Would make a charming fireside stool. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 379

Three magic lanterns and a quantity of lithographic lantern slides. (A lot) The first lantern appears to have had the rear burner converted to electric light, plus the workings are loose. The front has very clean brass mounts with telescopic movement and reg no 5.9324. The second which is in a much more used state has a four burner stocks patent with chrome frontal mounts reg no 230577. Both of these lanterns are boxed. The last lantern which has no box, is of chimney form with wick burner, red reflective glass and bell to bottom compartment. The slides which number nearly 300 in total are both coloured and monochrome, mostly 3.25in x 3.25in with subjects such as chinese dogmeat (cartoons), pictures from the new testament, gag-jag the rejected, three bears,

Lot: 382

A pair of nineteenth century pewter bowls. (11.25in) (2) These bowls are decorative pieces of pewter and are of good colour. They have moulded rims. The backs have touchmarks which are rubbed. They may be reproductions, made to look old? Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 383

Miscellaneous horse tack including Pelham snaffles and bits, etc. (A lot) Some of the steel pieces have either rubberised or iron mounts. Some of them are impressed 'Saddlecraft'. They are generally pitted with some rusting. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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Lot: 384

A boxed bowler hat; a rectangular 1930s hookey mat; and a felt trilby hat. (3) This vendor is 104 years old - one of the oldest vendors we have ever had. The mat she made herself in the 1930s and has never been down on a floor. She remembers making it between the wars and it has always been rolled up. The bowler hat was her husbands, as was the trilby. The bowler comes in its original box and it is made by Featherlyte Mybrolyte with a leather headband. There is no size evident, but it is silk lined. It comes in the original faux crocodile Mybrolyte cardboard box. The vendor also gave us his trilby hat which is a felt hat made by Dunn and Company, titled 'The Maestro' and has feathers in the hatband. The hookey rug measures 58in x 35in and has never been down or worn. It has just been rolled up. It has a blue border with two star style designs on a fawn ground. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 387

An Eastern carving worked in deep relief with figures, foliage and animals in panel. (19.25in x 7.5in) This panel is finely carved from a single piece of wood. It possibly depicts a Garden of Eden scene? There is a serpent beneath the central tree and it is flanked either side by two couples. Definitely Eastern in origin, and a well detailed carved piece. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 388

A French sighting instrument, with compass and hairline viewing apertures to octagonal body, in a hardwood box dated 1867 Medaille d'Argent. (6.5in) We do not know what this is for? It is in a hardwood box, the lid marked TBM. The label reads 'Medaille d'Argent Marque de Fabrique Exposition de Paris 1867'. The brass instrument itself has its orginal black finish, and it appears to be in working order, with fine hairline wires and intact compass to end. The compass has a calibration dial round the edge. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 385

A taxidermy merganser in a glass case. (22.5in x 10.5in x 18.25in) This bird has a long bill, red eyes and a tuft of feathers at the back of the head. It is mounted on a faux turf base with sea shells. The glass front has a gilt and gesso ribbed frame. The frame has some losses, but the bird appears sound, apart from some holing to the webbed feet. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 389

A brass three bulb ceiling light. This light, with ceiling rose and chain, has a central column flanked by three urn holders with scrolled supports all on a brass ring base. A decorative piece. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 386

An American cast iron mail box/money box. (5in) This is of arched form with airmail stamped to the sides. The front has a panel reading 'LETTERS' above a rectangle with the letters US. It has a lifting latch revealing a money slot. The two sides come apart and there is a side screw to open the money box. It looks to be in its original paintwork and it has gilding to the lettering. We do not believe it to be that old. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 390

A nineteenth century Boulle red tortoiseshell ebonised mantel clock, in the rococo style, with movement striking on gong. (12in) This is a handsome clock that came from a deceased estate. It is in a waisted case with applied gilded ormolu scrolled and pierced mounts in the French manner. It has a bevelled glass cover and a pierced hinged back revealing a backplate that reads Fabrique de Paris within an oval. The movement is numbered 123446 and there is a hammer that strikes on a gong. It comes with the original pendulum. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

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Lot: 391

A bone dice box in the form of a tubular shaker with lid, decorated with penwork dice and card symbols, with six bone dice. (2in) This little dice shaker is in good condition. It is hand decorated with dice and diamond, club, heart and spade motifs. It comes complete with six dice, with stained red and black with numbers embossed into the bone. We don't believe it to be old in the 'antique' sense. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 394

A pair of marble obelisks. (22in) (2) These marble obelisks are of square tapering column form with pointed tops. They sit on square architectural style plinths with angled bases. They do not appear to be signed or have any makers name. They are both in good condition. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 395

A Victorian trivet kettle stand with pierced metal plate and brass rails. (18.5in) This piece of ironwork is designed to hang onto the side of a range. It has a pierced plate to hold a pot with adjustable brackets. It has two turned brass rails, one of which is decorated with leaf panels. A good early original piece of nineteenth century brasswork. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 392

Eleven box cameras - mainly Kodak. (11) This lot comprises a canvas cased Agfa synchro box, a Coronet 020 box, a Coronet every distance lens, and the following by Kodak - two six20 Popular Brownies, a Brownie Flash III, a six-20 Portrait Brownie, a six-20 Brownie Junior, a No 2 Brownie, a No 2 Hawkeye Model C, and a canvascased No 2 Brownie. Eleven cameras in all. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 396

A large quantity of wristwatch glasses in a graduated box. (A lot) We have not counted them but there are several hundred watch glasses, mainly of convex form. They would make a good stock for any watch repairer. The box itself is 19.5in x 5.5in. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 393

Three pairs of Victorian brass candlesticks; and two single nineteenth century brass candlesticks. (8) The largest of these pairs of candlesticks are 11.75in high, and sit on balaster columns with circular bases and both have ejecting rods. The central pair in the photograph are on tapering columns with square canted bases. The pair on the right of the photograph have ribbed baluster columns and have a stamp to the base reading 'Solid English'. The other candlesticks consist of a tubular example which has had a slide to the column - however that has been removed. On the final piece there have been repairs to the column and it could do with further soldering. A good mixed lot of Victorian candlesticks. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 397

A carved ivory pot. (4in) This oval pot has a continous carved frieze of elephants and palm trees above a triangular lozenge band. The bottom is marked with a label from S Kirichenko and is sellotaped on. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 398

A collection of metal money boxes, many boxed, including Midlands Bank, Barclays, East Morley Bank, Leeds Building Society, Peltham Co-op Society, Yorkshire Bank, The Leicester Savings Bank, etc. (22) Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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Lot: 399

An art nouveau oak writing box with pierced pewter mounts embossed in celtic style. (11in x 7.75in x 4in) This oak box has pewter mounts embossed in the celtic manner with scrolled entwined tendrils. It has a floral escutcheon. The box has a grained finish to the sides with an oak top. The interior is distressed. The base of the box has possibly been replaced? Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 402

A ten piece Robertsons Golliwog band; five other Robertsons Golliwog footballers; a boxed brown bakelite stereo viewer; and a boxed Parker Slimfold pen. (17) The Golliwog band consists of two guitarists, a double bass player, two saxophone players, a drummer, an accordian player, and two clarinettists. There is also a singer with a microphone. Most have Robertsons labels and they are in reasonable condition with minor chipping. The footballers are plastic apart from one which is plaster - the model with the orange football. The Viewmaster is in brown bakelite. There are a few stereoscopic cards included, but the box is not in the best of condition. Finally there is a black boxed Parker Slimfold which looks to be in excellent condition, complete with instructions. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 400

A large brass art nouveau tapering vase with scrolled lug handles and enamelled frieze to base (12in); and a copper tapering vase with pierced brass floral decoration. (2) The brass vase is dented but basically sound. It has no makers name that we can see. It has scrolled handles with a band of lozenge moulding round the rim. It has a tapering body with similar bead moulded bands framing the enamelling. The enamel consists of two black and white bands above a frieze of stylised birds on a blue ground. It is generally overall sound, apart from dents to the body and loss to the enamelling. The the other vase is hand-hammered and does have some sort of painted mark and number. The copper is dented, particularly round the shoulders and it has a brass rim. It has applied decoration of a pierced stylised flower to one side. Two interesting pieces that came from a deceased estate. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 403

A cast iron campana shaped urn with lozenge moulded rim supported on fluted socle above a square plinth. (20.5in x 12.5in) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 404

Miscellaneous coins, paper notes, etc. (A lot) This lot contains modern European coinage, pennies, halfpennies, an American 1845 half cent, various Georgian coins, Isle of Man, Indian, Victorian. The notes are mostly European with some Pakistani and Morrocan, etc. (A lot) Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 401

A large Victorian oil lamp, the pink glass shade decorated with butterflies and roses above a vaseline glass reservoir with circular moulded base on an ebonised ceramic foot. (26in) This is a handsome oil lamp. The burner has two wicks with Young makers marks. The glass is decorated with dragonflies, although we have noticed there is a small hairline crack. The black glazed base is not fixed to the oil lamp and looks as if it could be a marriage? Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 405

A Victorian brass trivet with pierced plate; a Victorian copper harvest gallon jug with assay marks; a pair of baluster candlesticks on circular bases; and a pair of brass candle snuff scissors on tray. (6) The stand has a rectangular pierced plate and is supported on fine baluster turned legs. It is in good condition, and a solid piece of brass. It measures 8.5in x 7in x

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6in. The jug is battered and bruised with a riveted loop handle. It has a VR lead assay mark, as well as an ER assay mark. There also appears to be numbers in the lead. The base looks as if it has had a soldering repair across the flared foot. The candlesticks are 10in high with urn shaped candle holders and circular bases. They are in good condition, although one has a missing ejector rod. The candle snuff scissors come complete with tray. They have a sprung mechanism, raised on three legs. The tray is bent and split in places with evidence of old soldering repairs. A good lot of nineteenth century brass. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00 needs cleaning but is in good condition, apart from general knocks to the knop. It has a silver collar to the shaft. The ferrule terminal looks as if it is plated. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 410

A 10ft two piece sea fishing boat rod. This rod is titled Black Arrow. The others makers marks are rubbed. It has a cork handle, stainless steel rings and black whipping. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 411

Two Jerusalem hanging light enclosures mounted with glass beads; a brass oil lamp; and a copper and brass jug. (4) The two light enclosures have pierced decoration and are designed to be hung from chains. They came from Jersusalem. The oil lamp is electrified and of no great age, as is the copper jug. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 406

A leather saddle and associated tack. The leather saddle has an applied label for J A Barnsby and Sons Walsall and London. The saddle has forged steel mounts with stirrups and bridle. The leather has a fair degree of scuffing in places. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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An unopened and sealed box of twenty-five 'Romeo Y Julieta' 2010 limited edition president size Havana cigars, medium to full-bodied - retail price £575. (A lot) Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00 Miscellaneous horse tack with chrome mounts and John Hogg saddlers name; an animal trap; and a pair of hardwood floats. (A lot) These came out of a pub and were decorative items hanging on a wall. They all appear to be the genuine articles. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 408

Two boxes of fishermans spinners. (A lot) This lot includes devon minnows, mepps, flounder spoons, etc. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 413

A Hardy Viscount flyreel. (3.5in) This reel has ebonised handle and is marked Hardy Bros Ltd The Viscount 140. The body and shoe have flaking paintwork, and there is no line. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 409

A 1961 Hardys fishing tackle catalogue; a greenheart fishing rod with brass mounts; a large leather cased pair of field glasses; and a Victorian malacca walking cane with hallmarked silver mounts. (4) This is a general lot which came out of a house clearance. The cane

Lot: 414

Miscellaneous cameras and lenses, etc. (A lot) This lot comprises a Bell and Howell onenine 8mm, an Agfa movex 88L, a Kodak M4 instamatic, a Zeiss ikon, a Voigtlander vitomatic IIa, three Braun paxettes and a super paxette - all cased; together with a Pentax and an Olympus OM1N. Also included in this lot are

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five cased Kodak lenses - two cine telephoto and three others. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 419

Bronze, model of a boxer dog. (7.5in) This fine boxer dog is modelled as an alert animal. It is in good condition with good patination, but doesn't appear to be signed or have a foundry mark. It is a dog, not a bitch, with a well modelled collar. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 415

Bronze, an art deco style figure of a lady dancer, after Chiparus. (12.75in) This is almost certainly a repro piece. The lady dancer wears a gilded dress, headdress and bangles. She is standing on one leg with Eastern style dress. The plinth has an incised signature DH Chiparus and is mounted on a stepped square polished marble plinth. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 420

Five carved hardwood printing blocks. (5) These are of various designs including a floral border, leaf type shapes, etc. Each piece has a rectangular handle, and they have traces of ink staining where they have been used to print either wallpaper or furnishings. Possibly Indian or eastern? Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 416

An art nouveau brass fender, together with three associated firetools. (4) The firetools have baluster turned handles, with a scrolled embossed blade to the shovel. There is also decorative scrolling to the shoulders of the tongs which have spade blades. The fender has art nouveau style corner mounts above the moulded plinth. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 421

A fishermans lifejacket; a Hardys fishing waistcoat; and two glass floats in rope bindings. (4) Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 417

Miscellaneous coins, jewellery, watches, etc. (A lot) The coins consist of mainly old pennies. The watches are: a ladies Eurastyle with gilt strap, a ladies Lucerne with elasticated gilt strap, and a cased gents Givenchy. There are earstuds, tiepins, necklaces, etc. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 422

Seven miscellaneous fountain pens including a small gold ladies pen, marbled, Waterman, De la Rue, Wyvern, etc. (7) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 418

A rectangular bone box with penwork decoration to lid, having American eagle in an oval panel. (4.25in x 2.5in x 1in) This box is in perfect condition, the bone having been pinned. The lid has penwork decoration of an eagle holding a ribbon, with 'In God We Trust' motto below. The oval is on a rectangular panelled ground, hand decorated in a cobblestone pattern. A nice clean box. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 423

A cast iron money box titled Trick Dog with sprung mechanism, having a dog jumping through a hoop to put penny in the barrel. (8in) This is in working order. However we believe it to be a reproduction piece. It is cast iron and heavy. But probably a copy from an original. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

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Lot: 424

A large heavy Chinese brass 15in charger; a Chinese 10in brass bowl; a brass plate embossed with foliage; and a Chinese brass bowl decorated with figures on bulbous body. (4) The large charger is heavy with a six character mark in a rectangular panel to the reverse. It is mounted with a plate hanger and has central circular panel that depicts a dragon and clouds framed by a Greek key band. The rim has similar engraved dragon decoration. The bowl is similarly decorated with dragons, but there is no mark to the underside. It has a central character mark within a waved border. The plate does not look oriental. It has a rolled rim and is embossed in relief with berries and scrolled foliage within a stamped beaded border. It looks twentieth century. Finally there is a bowl of bulbous squat form decorated with figures on horseback, etc. They could be hunting? There is also a scene with a man punting. It sits on a circular foot and has an embossed dragon medallion to the centre. This bowl has been varnished. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

rim and is similarly decorated in the art nouveau taste. The fender is dirty but is embossed with heart shaped art nouveau motifs. It is 56.5in long externally and 16in deep. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 426

A green leather travelling case with miscellaneous fittings including bottles, sewing case, writing slip, brushes, mirror, etc having gilt metal mounts and silk lining. (19.5in x 14in x 7.5in) This is a fine leather case in green morocco leather but we cannot find a makers name. The locks are stamped Best English Lever. Some of the green interior fittings are present but it is not complete. It comes complete with key and the green leather pieces include a manicure set, a purse, a writing case, a sewing set, a stud box, a jewel box, etc. In addition there are various other pieces including two ivory handled brushes, ebonised brushes, an ebonised mirror and an ebony mirror, an ebony pot with silver mounts, etc. The lining is not in the best condition and the top of the case is gilded with the initials MN. It is a heavy green case of good quality. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 425

An art nouveau embossed copper firescreen; a pair of art nouveau wrought iron andirons with copper mounts; a set of three associated fire tools with copper mounts; a helmet shaped coal scuttle; and a copper embossed art nouveau fender. (8) We can't find any makers name on these pieces, but they are all good quality. The firescreen has central arched panel flanked by two hinged panels all decorated with embossed hand hammered art nouveau motifs. They have square capitals to the columns and are supported on paw feet. It measures 32in high. The andirons have shaped wrought iron stands with three pad feet and are mounted with copper art nouveau style decorative shields. The fire tools consist of a poker, tongs and shovel, all of which are hand hammered with square shafts having copper handles and mounts. The shovel has a copper blade. The coal scuttle has a swing handle with a rolled

Lot: 427

A large 1893 full year bound folio edition of the Northern Echo, in clothbound boards. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 428

A large 1870 full year bound folio edition of the Northern Echo, with marbled boards. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

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Lot: 429

Four pieces of miscellaneous brass - two shell bowls - one from HMS Apollo; an oriental bowl raised on three feet; and a brass mortar. (4) The largest piece is very heavy and is the bottom of a shell case. The other shell case is in the form of a shallower bowl and appears to be dated 1945 and it is made by A G and Co Ltd. It has a small plate attached to it reading HMS Apollo 19441962. The brass bowl with the two pierced handles has a square panel with character marks on the base. The brass mortar has three lugs to the body with a flared rim. It looks to be early nineteenth century or could even be eighteenth century. Four good pieces of interesting brassware. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 432

A pair of spelter figurines of Eastern warriors, mounted on to ebonised circular plinths. These are late nineteenth century figures. The chap with the axe is perfect, but the one with the shield has lost his right arm. Apart from that, they are fairly sound, with bronze patination to the spelter. They don't appear to be signed. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 433

A Japanese brass garniture. (3) These three vases are heavy cast pieces. The larger central vase has a quatrefoil flared rim and concave neck circled by a crawling dragon. The body has quatrefoil fluted panels depicting stylised animals, birds and foliage surrounded by scrolled borders. The vase has an embossed circular dragon medallion to the foot with central character marks. The smaller side vases are similar having dragons to concave necks. The bodies are also embossed with dragons on foliate ground. They have similar circular floral medallions to the undersides. These look as if they have been varnished and we would suggest they are circa 1900. One of the smaller vases has a piece missing out of the rim, and the dragon heads that coil around the necks on both of the small vases are missing. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 430

A boxed French sextant. This is in a mahogany dovetailed box with brass mounts. It has two French labels to the interior. The first label reads "Etablissements Roger Poulin Instruments de Precision Marque Lepitit Poulin". The second French label numbers the sextant with various angle corrections, etc. It looks to be in working order, with the calibrated dials, the lenses and the mirrors all perfect, apart from age, general wear, etc. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 431

A Victorian walnut writing slope with tunbridge banding, having diamond shaped escutcheon and fitted interior. (12in x 8.25in x 5in) This is a good looking walnut box. It has had a bit of repair to the top. The tunbridge bands are of good colour and of bright geometric inlay. The box looks as if it has been refinished at some stage. The interior has a velvet lined writing slope. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 434

A collection of postcards in albums. (A lot) The postcards show mainly topographical scenes of Scotland, The Borders, East Anglia, Wales, with castles, cathedrals, European and American scenes. They are mounted into seven clothbound albums. There are just over 200 cards, and are in good order. Estimate: £70.00 - £90.00

Lot: 435

A large bronze Dutch style chandelier, with eight scrolled branches holding candlelights with baluster column and bulbous ball terminal above a ring. (32in x 30in)

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Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 440

Four African spears; and a wood sword. (5) The first spear at 53.5in long has rusted tapering iron blade inserted in wood handle with hide-like grip. The second at 51.25in is similar with string-like lashings. The wood handle is split. The third at 48.5in is just a long iron ribbed tapering blade with fin-like projection next to the attachment. The final spear at 47.5in has blade and hardwood shaft lashed together by animal hide. This spear in bent. The blades are generally rusted and pitted. The hardwood sword is 36.5in long and has a tapering blade with fin projection and figural head terminal. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 436

Miscellaneous cigarette cards and postcards. (A lot) The cigarette cards, some of which are in books (not all complete sets), include WD and HD Wills our king and queen, railway engines, the reign of King Georg V, radio celebrities, etc. The postcards are standard fare mainly being topographic, holiday, etc. There are several Observer picture cards of birds. Over 200 postcards, and nearly 300 cigarette cards. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 437

A cased taxidermy tawny owl. (11.5in x 6in x 19.25in) The wise bird is perched on stump, with larch twig and cones below. It appears to be in good order. Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot: 441

A late Victorian aneroid barometer in carved frame. (7.5in) This is a good example and it came from a deceased estate. It has an enamelled dial with a brass bezel under bevelled glass. It has a curved thermometer below the central boss and it is in a leaf carved frame with a moulded rim and hangs from a brass ring. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 438

Bronze, after Bonheur, mounted rider with whip on rectangular rounded marble plinth. (16.75in x 16in) This bronze is of good condition and of a dark colour. The naturalistically moulded plinth is engraved to the side Bonheur. The bronze is mounted on a moulded rectangular plinth. The baize lining to the underside looks new, as if it has been replaced. We are unsure as to the age of the bronze. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 442

A collection of magazines - The Great Artists (five issues); World War II (17 issues); and The British Empire (28 issues). (A lot) Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 439

A pair of Kenyan woven grass/reed covers. (17in and 20in) (2) These are hand woven and plaited having tied tapering loop finials. They look as if they are made out of plaited corn, and they are both in reasonably good condition. One is slightly larger than the other. Function unknown! Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 443

A Victorian mahogany box with fitted interior and tray. (13in x 10.5in x 4.25in) This mahogany box is of fine colour and in good condition. It has a rectangular bone escutcheon and two brass hinges to the lid. The interior has pink lined paper, with tray having seven compartments lifting to reveal further compartments underneath. It is plain, but a good well made box in untouched condition. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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A small Georgian mahogany tea caddy of sarcophagus form. (7.5in) This is a good caddy with a rectangular top having tablet with embossed ring plate handle in the form of a basket of flowers. It has its original escutcheon and the interior has two lidded compartments with flaking silver lining paper. A good little caddy all in original, untouched condition. Estimate: £70.00 - £90.00

Lot: 448

A pair of carved stone dogs of Fo. (7in) (2) These animals sit on square incised plinth bases with oriental lettering. There is some chipping to their bodies. Decorative pieces of no great age. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 449

A Victorian cast iron stickstand with pierced gothic shaped back surmounted by a cross, having rope guard for sticks supported above a rectangular driptray with pierced apron, raised on bracket feet. (33.5in) This has a Victorian foundry kite mark in two places to the underside and backside. It has a later grill added to the ropework and it is in fairly distressed condition, although the metalwork is perfect. A decorative small hall stickstand. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 445

An Alex Martin trout rod with sleeve. This 10ft three piece rod has spare top piece. It has an aluminium mount marked Alex Martin Glasgow 26489. The rod has black bindings and is marked above the cork handle with Thistle Dry Fly 10. There is an Alex Martin canvas sleeve. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 446

Miscellaneous coins, some early; and a bronze medallion of Wellington. (A lot) This lot consists of around forty coins. There is an Edward VIII threepenny bit; coinage from George V and VI - sixpennies, shillings, florins, half-crowns; and various other coins including some hammered - one with monarchs head with XII, Elizabethan, Charles II 1673, Victorian, etc. There is also a bronze medallion of Arthur Duke of Wellington with high relief portrait of the statesman and makers marks to Webb F Mudie D, modelled by P Rouw. The verso with detailed description of many of his exploits. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 450

A figural nutcracker; a Victorian silverplated nutcracker; and three sugar nips including one with three-legged Isle of Man tongs. (5) Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 451

A nineteenth century rosewood barometer by Mears & Son of Sunderland. (14in) This rosewood cased barometer has its original tube still full of mercury. It has a gothic shaped spade top with a dry/damp dial under convex glass. Below that is a rectangular thermometer with silvered calibration plate. The main barometer under convex glass has a silvered dial. The adjustment knob beneath that appears to still work. The levelling tube under further convex glass with brass bezel is marked Mears & Son, Sunderland. The case has mother of pearl button inlaid decoration with painted gilded scrolling around the border. It all appears to be working, although it could do with a good clean and polish up. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 447

A Victorian mahogany writing slope with military style mounts, having rectangular brass plaque and escutcheon. (11.75in x 8.25in x 5.5in) This is a good looking box with military style mounts. The interior needs restoration but it does have its writing surface with pen tray and inkwell compartments. It needs restoration but is otherwise sound. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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Lot: 452

Large lot of classic comics: The Beano & The Dandy (19831986), very good condition. (1 full box) Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

below. It has mahogany lining. There is the odd bit of missing veneer to the writing slope border, some damage around the lock (no key). Externally there are odd bits of mother of pearl inlay and pewter stringing missing, etc. This is a fine writing slope. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 453

A late Victorian ivory brush set with hairbrushes, clothes brushes, comb, etc; together with a circular beadwork ladies dress bag. (A lot) Some of the ivory brushes have family initials and consist of clothes brushes, hairbrushes, combs, etc. Not all the pieces are from the same set. There is a circular dusting brush which has lost a piece of the back. There is also an ivory comb and another hairbrush that has no initials. The beadwork bag is distressed and is losing beads. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 457

A mounted pair of horns. (7.75in maximum span) This pair of horns, possibly a mountain goat, is mounted on a diamond shaped oak panel with hanging hook. The horns are of graduated ribbed form. There is some damage to the skull where it is has been nailed to panel. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 458

Late nineteenth century Hardy trout rod. This 10ft three piece rod has plate mounts marked Hardy Bros, makers Alnwick, Hardys W Fitting Regd 16.8.73. Above the cork handle the rod has red bindings. There is a Hardy sleeve. Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 454

A pair of heavy carved stone eastern figures holding lamps. (9in)(2) These look as if they are old and are well patinated. They are heavy models, but not signed. They are both carved out of solid pieces of stone. The stylised figures are similar and form a left and right pair. One has a longer face than the other. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 459

Two AA badges and an AA members handbook. (3) The badges are numbered 3A74561 and 2B59155. The handbook is for 1960-61 Ireland and is green cloth bound. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 455

Three sea fishing reels. (3) The reels are: a Mitchell 624 captain, French made; an American Penn Jigmaster No 500; and a large hardwood reel with label 'The Seareel, Hand Built in England'. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 460

A large handcarved male torso. (40.5in) This looks as if it is carved out of pitch pine, with various slices having been added to the original block. It is mounted on one leg above a rectangular stepped ebonised plinth. It doesn't appear to have a signature. There are splits at the back, but he is otherwise sound. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 456

A Victorian inlaid rosewood writing slope. (16in x 9.25in x 5in) This rectangular writing slope has pierced floral and foliate mother of pearl inlay with pewter stringing and further mother of pearl roundels. There is a mother of pearl escutcheon and military handles. The interior has a baize slope, inkwell compartments and pen box with secret drawer

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Lot: 461

Two French bayonets, one with wood handle, one with ribbed brass handle, dated 1870 and 1878, one with steel sheath. (2) The sabre shaped long bayonet is 27.5 in with a channelled curved blade. Its engraved in French with a date of 1870 to the flat topside. The guard is hooked and the handle is brass and ribbed. There are foundry marks to the blade close to where it joins the guard, as well as on the guard and it is stamped K2215. The other bayonet has a straight triangular stiletto tapering style blade and is engraved on the top in French and dated 1878. It also has a hooked guard with a hardwood handle and a brass terminal. The guard is stamped R27799 with various other foundry letters to the guard. This is a well oiled blade with a steel sheath with a ball terminal. The sheath is also stamped with a number R27799. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 464

A pair of French bronzes after Satzinger, depicting a boy and girl with lobster and birds nest. (17.5in) (2) These appear to be copper. We originally thought they were spelter. The boy is holding a lobster with a plumed hat and wearing shorts, standing on naturalistic ground which has the Satzinger incised decoration above the socle. Underneath the sockle has an impressed letter T and an incised number 10997. The girl has a similar impressed T with the number 11001. She is holding a birds nest out with two little chicks. There does not appear to be any signature to her base. Both are in good condition although dusty. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 465

An early chisel carved oak box raised on turned feet with gadrooned rims. (13.5in x 10in x 6.5in) This is an early oak box with gadrooned carved rims. It has cranked hinges to the interior and has the original lock and hasp. The lid is carved with a central diamond shaped panel and circular medallion framed by fan shaped spandrels. The sides, front and back are finely chisel carved with roundels in a similar geometric pattern. It stands on four turned feet. The box is in its original finish and the top shows a few blemishes and marks. It could do with repolishing. The top is also slightly warped. This is certainly nineteenth century, if not eighteenth century? Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 462

A Walker Bampton trout fly reel. (3.25in) This is an alloy reel with perforated detachable spool having brass smooth reel seat and stamped J. J. S. Walker Bampton & Co Alnwick on the case. The case has scuffing, shallow scratches and dents, and the ratchet is slightly worn. A well used reel. Estimate: £120.00 - £140.00

Lot: 463

A miscellaneous collection of book style saving bank boxes, mainly cloth bound, including Lloyds, Derby, Martins, TSB, Yorkshire, Cheltenham and Gloucester, Post Office, National Provincial, etc. (25) These are mostly cloth bound, some with padded covers. Some are boxed. A good general collection. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 466

A rectangular nineteenth century butlers tray with handles to all four sides. (13.25in x 20.75in x 4in) This is very much in 'barn fresh' condition and came from a large house in Alnwick. The tray sides are dovetailed and each side has handles. The base has a small missing slither of wood along one edge. It all needs repolishing and restoring. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 467

A large nineteenth century rosewater dish, with brass rim and silver plated bowl, embossed in relief depicting naked classical lovers in landscape, framed by classical mythological symbols. (18.5in) We cannot find any foundry mark to this piece, but it is of fine quality. The copper is just showing through the silver plate in some places, and the central medallion of lovers is framed by classical allegorical figures. A very well cast piece, enclosed in a brass rim. The back has a wire hanger for display purposes. Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

edges. It is certainly old. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 471

A nineteenth century brass ships log - The Excelsior, with enamelled dial under bevelled glass - complete with four finned measuring torpedo. (A lot) This ships log is in good condition with a clear enamelled dial under bevelled glass surmounted by a ring hook with mechanism below. It comes complete with a 9.25in brass torpedo for measuring the flow. The dial, is marked 'The Excelsior Log Patented' is 6in diameter. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 468

A model steam tractor by Mamod. (10in) This tractor in green and black livery has Mamod marks to roof and underneath the body. There is a pull-out fuel holder to the rear, and the front is further marked Mamodteia. We have not had it working. The workings could do with a good clean and there is slight rust. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 472

Two Victorian brass column tablelamps. (17.75in and 14.5in) (2) These lamps have acanthus and scrolled capitals above fluted columns on stepped plinth bases. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 473

A pair of cloisonne vases decorated with cranes and foliage on dark blue ground; and a rectangular cloisonne panel depicting a water landscape in brass frame. (3) The cloisonne vases are 7in high. Both have slight damage to the enamelling. One depicts blue flowers that look to be iris on a blue ground, and the other has similar flowers and two cranes. They look to be a 'married' pair. Both have chips to the enamelling in various places. The landscape panel is 9.5in x 5.5in and is of waisted shape. The panel depicts a seascape with boats and foliage to the foreground, and a single flying crane. The skyline is pink above the mountains. It is bordered with floral scalloped band within faux bamboo brass frame. Condition-wise, there is one blemish to the enamel on the sea and slight imperfection to the pink foliage. The back is of blue fishscale cloisonne wirework, and that also has a small piece of enamel missing. The top has a soldered hanging hook. There are three pieces in this lot. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 469

A George III mahogany caddy, the fitted interior with three pewter vessels, having applied ebonised mouldings to box. (10.5in x 6.25in x 6.5in) This is a good untouched caddy with the original canisters to the interior. It has its original handle and although in need of a polish, it is in generally good condition with applied ebonised mouldings. The colour is slightly faded. Behind the three original canisters there is a secret compartment - a box beneath a pen tray. The escutcheon and lock could possibly have been changed? Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 470

A nineteenth century embossed brass pelmet. (64in) This is mounted onto pine and consists of embossed brass with cabochens framed by scrolling with floral embossed panels. There are various joins/overlappings and is is generally bent and twisted at the

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Lot: 474

A silver enamelled Royal Order of Buffalos maltese cross shaped medal dated 1897, given by members of the Duke of Gloucester Lodge. (2.25in). Estimate: £70.00 - £90.00

Lot: 478

A cased taxidermy buzzard. (16.5in x 13in x 24in) This glazed case has alert bird perched on lichen covered stump, with grasses below. It has possibly lost part of its right talon? Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 475

Three Victorian brass ormolu candleholders. (3) These are good quality pieces, cast with acanthus leaves and scrolling. The fluted shaped branches having bead moulded trays with urn shaped candleholders. The three are in sound original condition. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 479

An oak aneroid barometer. (27.25in) This barometer has an arched pediment with floral carved recessed panel above a rectangular brass thermometer plate in glazed box framed by barley twist columns. The main oak panel with glazed brass barometer plate is named to Thompson Optician Edinburgh. The back has impressed numbers 8411. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 476

A hallmarked silver gilt chairmans medal for Ashington Urban District Council, circa 1952 with enamelled decoration (3.25in). Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 480

A Victorian rosewood writing slope. (16in x 9.25in x 4.75in) This is a good Victorian box with a fitted interior. It could do with some restoration. It has a canvas lined slope having an interior with pen and inkwell compartments. The rosewood itself has pewter lining with mother-of-pearl buttons. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 477

Miscellaneous shell art including a large 1917 shell engraved with dragons, three smaller shell vases, a heavy brass poker with copper finial, and brass firetidy. (6) The largest shell is 19.75in high and is engraved with dragons and stylised clouds. It would make a good poker stand. There are three smaller shell vases with flared rims. These are dated 1943 and 1937. The heavy poker has a ball terminal and a square spear style end. It is 29.5in long and heavy. The firetidy is of riveted construction with trellis on shaped column supports. It is 15in wide. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 481

The veiled bride, a carved marble bust of a lady on waisted socle. (14.5in) This is a good model of the veiled bride in white marble. There are some small chips to the marble in places. She has a garland of flowers around her veiled head. Apart from the odd chip, it is in sound condition. There is no apparent signature visible. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 482

An album of military cigarette cards. (A lot) These cards are well presented in an album. The overall condition is excellent. The cards are: WD and HO Wills recruiting posters (12/12); WD and HO Wills scissors cigarettes victoria cross heroes (25/25); WD and HO Wills scissors cigarettes heroic deeds (30/30); Gallaher

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Ltd the great war victoria cross heroes 4th series of 25 (25/25); Gallaher Ltd the great war victoria cross heroes 5th series of 25 (25/25); Gallaher the great war victoria cross heroes 7th series of 25 (25/25); Gallaher the great war victoria cross heroes 8th series of 25 (25/25); WD and HO Wills war medals (50/50); Lambert and Butler naval portraits (25/25); Wills's specialities war pictures (50/50); and WD and HO Wills VCS (50/50). Estimate: £200.00 - £250.00

Lot: 486

A Victorian rosewood writing slope. (14.5in) This is a good Victorian box with military handles to the sides. It could do with some restoration generally, and it has an unusual mechanism to the interior with a brass ratchet that holds the top. The interior needs a thorough restoration. The rosewood is of generally good colour. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 487

Miscellaneous textiles including an ermine stole, a fox fur, a distressed long-eared rabbit plush toy, linen, lace, etc. (A lot) A miscellaneous lot of fur and textiles that came from a deceased estate. It includes a fox fur, a white ermine stole, a black bearskin hat, linen and lace. The rabbit toy is not marked and is quite distressed. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 483

A Victorian wheel barometer. This barometer has broken swan neck pediment framing a brass turned finial. The boxwood strung shaped body has a top missing panel above an arched enamelled thermometer dial, with a central circular mirror having reeded border. The main the barometer dial has a levelling dial below it. This piece has a top missing dial and the main barometer dial is missing its glass and brass bezel. The adjusting knob is also missing. This barometer requires restoration. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 488

Four miscellaneous money boxes - a combination toy savings safe, a magic tubular pocket savings bank, a red painted George VI Oxo cube money box, and a wireless licence savings bank. (4) The black painted savings box has two combination knobs on either side of the escutcheon. The tubular chrome magic pocket savings bank has a brass lid with a 6d embossed on it. It is similar to the wireless savings bank which has a £1 embossed to the side and a 6d embossed to the brass lid. The oval George VI Oxo cube box is a coronation souvenir box from 1937. Estimate: £10.00 - £20.00

Lot: 484

A Hardy flyreel - the Golden Prince. (3.25in) This Hardy reel with line is marked The Golden Prince 7/8. It also has an applied label reading Hardy Sink Tip DT7. The brown paintwork is flaking around the rim. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 485

A world heavyweight wrestling champion belt awarded to Big Skery. (54in) This is a glitzy thing, and possibly a replica? It is a black padded belt with central brass plaque set with faux diamonds and rubies. It reads World Heavyweight Wrestling Champion. The black Big Skery label is presumably the recipient of the award - i.e. the name of a wrestler. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 489

A Victorian walnut writing slope; and a nineteenth century rosewood sewing box. (2) The writing slope (11.75in x 9in x 5.25in - closed) has a brass rectangular plaque to the lid and escutcheon. The interior has pen and inkwell compartments. The slope is distressed. The rosewood sewing box (11in x 7.75in x 4.5in) has an inlaid mother of pearl rectangular plaque with cut corners to the lid and a similar shield shaped

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escutcheon. The interior is distressed - missing trays, torn lining papers, etc. In addition the lid is cracked and has broken away from the hinges with subsequent damage. This is a restoration project. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 493

Two carved nineteenth century ivory elephant tusks. (20.25in and 20.5in) (2) Both of these are carved as a row of seven elephants, with pierced leaves and foliage at the butt end. The graduated elephants are joined by their curled trunks and have black painted eyes. The bases are carved like a lizard skin. Both have strings attached as they were hanging on the wall of the house that we cleared. Both are in perfect condition with no apparent losses. One side is slightly more faded than the other. We would suggest circa 1900. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 490

A pair of large gilt metal carriage lamps with eagle finials, converted for electricity with wall brackets. (2) These are large coaching lamps with hexagonal glass enclosures beneath two-tier circular lids decorated with pierced garlands beneath an eagle finial. The body with candle sprung tube has similar swagged ribbon mounts and bead decoration. The overall length of each is approximately 32in. They have been mounted onto later wall brackets with wallplates. Generally they are in good sound condition and very decorative. They have hinged back opening panels. It has been suggested by the vendor that they are Irish? Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 494

A Hardy fibreglass salmon rod with sleeve. This 12.5ft three piece rod has aluminium mounts with impressed Hardy mark. The rod has green and red bindings above the cork handle and is marked 'Salmon Fly 12 1/2'. It comes with a Hardy sleeve. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 491

A nineteenth century Japanese hardwood medicine box. (15.75in x 7.25in x 5.25in) This box is in good condition and of good colour. It has iron mounts in the form of flowerhead rivets, and the square escutcheon has foliate decoration. Everything appears to be original, including the hinges, feet, etc. The interior is paper lined. An attractive nineteenth century box. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 495

A Sergeants mess jacket. This lined jacket is red with green trim. There are three gilt braided chevron stripes on the right arm and two fixed badges to the lapels marked 'Honi soit qui mal y pense'. It is in good condition. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 496

A rectangular carved mahogany tray, with leaf frieze around a central panel having handles to ends, the sides carved with flowerheads and serpents. (27.5in x 18in) A good clean tray. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 492

A carved wood smoking pipe, possibly European. (12.25in) This pipe has curved mouthpiece and body carved with foliage and deer designs on a pounced ground. The base of the pipe has a pierced stagshead carving. There are plated mounts around the bowl marked RBR. One of the deer carvings is damaged. The pipe comes in three component parts. The mouthpiece has string bindings. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 497

A nineteenth century tapering quatrefoil stiletto bayonet with steel handle; and a fluted brass Four Oaks spraying machine. (2) The bayonet is 25in long with quatrefoil shaped tapering stiletto blade. It has a hooked guard and a steel handle with a sprung clip to take a rifle. There are various numbers stamped into the guard

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and on the blade. The sprayer is an unusual piece with a ribbed brass body. The collar is embossed with the maker label reading "Four Oaks Spraying Machine Company Trade Patent Mark 389274". The oak knob handle looks later. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 502

Two Victorian cast iron oil lamps with later conversions. (2) One has a cast iron moulded base with later gilt decoration and is mounted with a flared bowl with pierced rim having oil lamp mounts. Both have pleated shades. The second oil lamp has a pierced cast iron base with later gilt decoration and looks to be circa 1890, in the art nouveau style with entwined foliage. It has a green glass moulded reservoir beneath the oil lamp works with twin wicks. It is by Wright & Butler. Both are fairly distressed. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 498

A carved onyx tablelamp with interior light fitting, with flowerheads to body on octagonal plinth base. (18.5in) This has a leaf moulded aperture to the top above a bulbous body carved with flowerheads. It sits on a base with leaf carved collar above a hexagonal plinth. It is in good sound condition, with an interior light fitting. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 503

A Victorian walnut beadwork tray mounted with brass ormolu handles. (22.75in x 10.5in x 2in) This rectangular rounded tray in walnut is raised on three turned feet. It has brass ormolu burnished foliate moulded handles. The beadwork depicts birds and foliage in purple and white on pale blue ground, and it is all intact. The panel is framed by a corded border which is all original. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 499

A patinated bronze toadstool. (14.5in) This is a well modelled toadstool with good verdigris patination. The cap is cast with rings and it sits on a tapering column with naturalistic base. There is no evident foundry mark. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 500

A cased violin and bow. This violin has single piece back, pine soundboard and scrolled terminal. There is an internal label which appears to read 'David Techler, Rom. 1723'. The overall length is 23.25in. The bow has mother of pearl inserts. There is no makers name apparent. The case is distressed. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 504

A box of mainly white linen with some embroidered pieces, placemats, handkerchiefs, etc. (A lot) Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 505

An oak banjo aneroid barometer. (36in) This comprises a rectangular glazed thermometer plate and foliate scrolled carved terminal above a circular enamelled barometer dial with brass bezel with patent number 16538, with furhter rubbed makers/retailers marks. It does not appear to be working. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 501

Three fishing rods - one Hardy, two reels and two Salter weight balances. (7) This lot consists of a Hardy 9ft two-piece sea fishing rod titled Coast Master, complete with canvas sleeve; another unnamed two-piece 9ft sea fishing rod; and a two-piece 5.5ft rod. There are two reels - a Penn Jigmaster No. 500 and a Japanese reel. Finally, the two balances are a Salter suspended weigher model 235, and a Salter model 235. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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A pair of carved stone patinated dragons. (2) (9.5in) These look as if they are each carved out of solid pieces, with patinated style decoration - possibly made to look old? We would suggest tourist items from the Far East. They are in perfect condition, and are slightly different in terms of their carvings. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 510

A canvas bag containing various fishing lures; together with a headlamp. (A lot) There are approximately a dozen large lures in this bag. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 511

A pair of wrought iron wall sconces, with twisted shafts having scrolled terminals, each mounted with three candleholders. (28in) (2) These are good decorative pieces and are possibly European? They are currently quite rusty. The candleholders have saucer dishes supported on twisted columns. An elegant pair. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 507

A pair of large coloured crystoleums in pierced gilt and gesso frames. (27in x 21in external) (2) These are both in perfect condition with convex glass and gilt slips and green gesso frames with pierced scrolled borders. Some of the gesso is missing on the scrolled edges. One depicts two girls and a young gentleman on a terrace feeding doves. It is by H Vogler. The other depicts five girls beside a lake with a single gentleman. The girls are taking their tea around a table, and one girl is feeding swans. This is signed indistinctly. Both chrystoleums are perfect, apart from the losses to the gesso on the exteriors of the frames. The backs look as if they have been re-papered. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 512

A large handsewn white cotton quilt decorated with waved leaf frieze around a central panel. (97in x 75in) This is generally a good clean quilt with one very slight stain in the corner. It is sewn with a central scalloped panel framed by four spandrel stars, within a waved leaf style frieze. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 508

A Hardy Nottingham Silex reel. (4.5in) This centrepin walnut reel was made between 1899 and 1911 and has a brass star rod mount with Hardy Bros impressed stamp. It has twin bone handles, brass wire line guard and brass drag release lever. There are some minor scratches to the wood and the reel does "run" when the drag is released. Estimate: £250.00 - £300.00

Lot: 513

A boxed Hornby electric train set. (A lot) This box is titled Midlander Goods and contains a Sentinel engine, rolling stock, track, tunnel, other buildings, etc. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 514

Miscellaneous hallmarked silver late nineteenth century sporting medals. (7) The largest of these is from Kirkliston Sports - the pierced medallion with Birmingham hallmarks dated 1890. There is a medal from Newburgh Games dated 1891, and a plain silver shield medal with Birmingham hallmarks; and another circular example by Fattorini of Bolton - that is quite heavy. The Isle of Man example is on a pierced ground and is Birmingham hallmarked. The

Lot: 509

A pair of marble spheres on stands. (5in) These are in perfect condition. They sit on square blocks and are very decorative. The heavy marble balls are in variegated brown/red/cream/grey colouring. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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example with a harp is dated 1876, and from the Royal Irish Academy of Music. Finally, there is a Birmingham hallmarked shield medal with gold shield engraved HLSC. Six good pieces of silver. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 519

A Japanese Ningyo standing doll. (14.75in) This lady is in traditional robes in the imari palette and is wearing clogs. She has a cloth face and hands with black woven hair, and floral mounts. She is holding a samurai warriors helmet in her hand. There are signs of wear here and there, and there is slight fraying to the metal thread brocade dress. She stands on a rectangular plinth. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 515

Miscellaneous items including some gold - watches, cufflinks, studs, lighters, costume jewellery, silverplated cigarette lighters, etc. (A lot) This is a miscellaneous lot that came out of a house clearance. There are some gold and silver pieces amongst the lot, including a broken ring, a ladies watch, goldplated studs and cufflinks, etc. A good mixed lot. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 520

Bronze, study of a young girl on circular marble plinth. (15.5in) This bronze is of good colour. It doesn't appear to be signed or have a foundry mark. It depicts an art nouveau style young girl dancing joyfully on a naturalistic base. It is mounted on a polished tubular column. It is in perfect condition. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 516

A Victorian oak banjo barometer. (22.5in) This has a carved frame with scrolled decoration. It has a thermometer in a rectangular framed panel above an aneroid barometer with bevelled glass and brass bezel. There is no makers name, but it looks sound. There is a small crack to the panel holding the thermometer. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 521

A pair of French spelter figurines of a miner and blacksmith, after J. Becox. (26in) (2) The miner is holding his hand in the air with an axe over his shoulder. He stands on an ebonised socle with a brass label reading "Mineur". The spelter naturalistic ground is moulded with Made in France, with an incised Becox signature and a further foundry type mark. The blacksmith has lost his hammer but he is standing at the forge. He has a similar brass label to the ebonised plinth reading "Forgeron". This also has an incised signature J. Becox, and a Made in France moulded mark as well as foundry marks. Both pieces have bronze patination with some flaking. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 517

A composition head of Buddha, mounted on a stand. This is an unusual piece of stoneware and could have some antiquity? The head-dress has floral decoration and the head has long lobbed ears. It is mounted on an ebonised stand. There is some chipping to the stand. The head itself is 6in, and on the stand it measures 10.5in. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 518

A Victorian silver topped ebonised walking cane. (34.25in) This cane has a brass ferrule. The tapering cane is topped by a foliate scrolled silver handle. It has rubbed London silver hallmarks. The handle is dirty and dented, and the cane itself also has a few surface marks. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 522

A mahogany writing box with circular escutcheon, having fitted interior with brown velvet writing surface. (11.5in x 8.5in x 4.25in) This is good plain box with a waisted brass plate to the top and a circular Bramah style lock. It has a fitted interior with pen compartment and two inkwell compartments. Generally quite a clean little box.

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Lot: 523

A carved walnut late Victorian coal scuttle with zinc liner. We would suggest this is circa 1890. It has its original handle and shovel to the back. The lid has a chisel carved panel with foliate scrolling and is mounted with a brass rosette knob handle. It has its original zinc liner. It has stained sides. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 527

A German dagger bayonet with steel sheath. (40.5 in) This has an oval steel sheath with ball terminal. Its has a chromed blade which is channelled and stamped with a foundry mark WKC. The handle is riveted with black bakelite engine-turned style panels, with a hooked terminal. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 524

Four pieces of European pewter of wrythen form consisting of coffee pot, jug, candlestick and trinket pot and cover. (4) These all have European struck pewter marks. They are of good quality, and the handles of the jug and coffee pot are cane bound. A neat little set. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 528

Miscellaneous collectors items whistles, corkscrew, scales, etc. (A lot) This collectors lot consists of an ivory horn mounted onto a mahogany plinth; a set of postal scales by John Heath of Birmingham complete with assorted weights; a tin of other weights including dram, a desk punch with iron frame on an oak base; an American made ruler named to A.J. Crawford. The Northern Mill and Mine Furnishing Co Carlisle; a small pair of binoculars marked Chevalier Paris Furnelle D'Artillerie; a corkscrew with brass body having a lion and unicorn patent plaque with a cylinder worm movement below an ivory turned handle with brush; and four whistles - Adie Bros Birmingham, a turned ivory example with mahogany mouthpiece, AM 23/230 and an Acme Thunderer. A good mixed lot. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 525

A Victorian walnut writing box decorated with tunbridge banding, with hexagonal escutcheon and panel to lid. (12in x 9in x 6in). This box is in a very much 'barn-fresh' condition. The top has lost its mother of pearl inlay to the centre of the hexagonal medallion, and the back hinge is broken. The interior needs restoration but the pieces are all present. It has a purple velvet writing slope with original cloth. The box needs a full restoration, but it is of good quality. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 529

A Victorian brass 2ft ruler, with acorn and oak leaf hinge, by Sampson Aston of Birmingham. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 526

A Spanish officers dress sword and scabbard, the lion mask handle with ruby eyes. (39.25in) This sword has an oval steel sheath with two rings. The tapering blade is marked Tolledo with foliate scrolled decoration to both sides. The edge of the blade is marked Park, Ohliger and Co. The blade has a further trademark towards the guard. The guard is pierced and scrolled and turns into a lion head handle with further foliate engraving. The handle looks like black bakalite with brass wirework. It is generally in good condition.

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Lot: 530

Bronze, after Betero, lady on plinth. (12.5in) This is a good decorative bronze. It depicts a large lady seated on a stump. It has a Paris foundry mark and is mounted onto a black marble socle. In good condition with good rich patina. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 534

Two riding crops; a brass hunting horn; and a brass and copper coaching horn. (4) One of the riding crops has a plated knop finial and is marked as The Eegee Whip. The other crop is of plaited form with leather mounts. The coaching horn is of no great age and has several dents to the tubing. The small horn also has the odd dent, and is slightly misshapen. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 531

A Victorian rosewood tea caddy of sarcophagus form, with applied quarter bead moulding, brass ring handles, and interior with two compartments. (12in x 6in x 7.5in) This is a good tea caddy with minor losses to veneers. It has brass escutcheon and appears to be mounted with original brass ring handles. The interior is velvet lined and there are two hinged lidded compartments flanking the central circular aperture for a mixing bowl. Alas the mixing bowl is absent. A good Victorian caddy. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 535

A silver plated Victorian threepiece teaset of fluted form with engraved decoration; a pewter three-piece teaset - distressed; various other pieces including a May and Co of Cowes sprung table lamp, a tankard, a gravy boat, a candlestick formed into a tablelamp, etc. (A lot) The threepiece teaset is plated and rubbed, with reeded lids. It is decorated with foliage. The pewter teaset is quite distressed with a handle off the teapot and the sucrier. It is embossed with floral decoration. The candlelight has a label C H May and Co, Cowes. It has a heavy sprung base. The gravy boat is raised on three hoof feet with loop handle. The candlestick is an old pewter candlestick of baluster form. Ten pieces in all in the lot. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 532

A Victorian rosewood writing box with brass military style mounts. (14in x 9in x 4.75in) This rosewood box has brass military style mounts to the corners and the sides. It has a red velvet writing slope to the interior with pentray and inkwell compartments. The front escutcheon is missing and there is some veneer lifting to the back. Otherwise it is a good box, although it could do with repolishing. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 536

A taxidermy model of a kestrel. (18in x 17in) This bird is finely mounted on a log. It was "roadkill", collected by the current vendor. It is on a hardwood shield with a taxidermist label underneath. He has yellow glass eyes and all of the plumage is a little bit moth-eaten, though it is a fine bird. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 533

A pair of 1924 British Empire Exhibition brass Liptons Tea caddies of ball form. (5in) (2) One of these has been cleaned, the other one is still in dirty brass. They are embossed with lions, with ball finials to the covers. They are stamped Lipton to their bases. The bands round the middles read British Empire Exhibition 1924 to one side, and then Liptons Souvenir Tea Caddy to the otherside. Both are fairly severely dented. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 537

A cased meerschaum pipe. (3.75in) This curved pipe has an amber mouthpiece and central raised carving of a horse on naturalistic ground with 'chimney like' end. The case has a blue lined interior, and is marked 'Ecume et ambre veritables'. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

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Lot: 538

A Hardy St John salmon reel. This reel has a graphite coloured alloy body with a single line of perforations to the spool rim. It has a tension adjustment screw and is stamped Made by Hardy Bros Ltd Alnwick - The St John. The reel is in good condition with some very slight deterioration to the spool face. Estimate: £120.00 - £140.00

hammered decoration around the edge. The third tray has a plate hanger attached to it, and is overall hammered with rolled rim. It is 14in diameter. Three interesting trays. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 542

Three Kenyan reed basket nets. (31in) (3) These were brought back from Kenya circa 1950. They have shaped tapering woven bodies with cords and reeds with binding to rim. All three are in good condition. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 539

A plaster maquette of the actress Lena Ashwell (1872-1957). (16.5in) This head study is on a square block plinth. It is inscribed to the verso "To Hilda from Peter, 1 May 1959". Hilda was a sister of Lena Ashwell. The grey green head has the odd chip and there are touches of blue paint. We do not know who the artist was but it is very Epstein in style. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 543

A ladies wedding dress with ribbed bodice and applied lacework; together with a boxed French silk top hat, two Chinese cane hats, and a folding oriental parasol. (5) These came from a house clearance that we did - the family having worked in the far east. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 540

A pair of nineteenth century Chinese hardwood carved bookends mounted with circular famille rose panels. (7in) (2) These hardwood panels are carved with scrolled stylised flowers and animals. The supports depict sleeping immortals. One of the figures has a long flowing beard - his headrest appears to be a leaf. The other appears to be a young lady lying on a shoe headrest. The circular panels are set into the uprights, and each depict two figures in a landscape in a typical famille rose palette. Conditionwise, the wood is all present, but it could do with a repolish as they have been a bit damp, dusty and dirty. The ceramic panels are intact. They are untouched, in their original condition. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 544

A nineteenth century Japanese lacquered Dainichi Buddha shrine. (12.25in) This shrine with flask-like body has a caddy top above two curved doors with gilt painted Eastern motifs and elaborately engraved brass escutcheons with flowerhead handles, one of which is missing, with further brass hinges and panels. The interior is gilt lacquered with central Buddha on platform cross legged in front of scroll carved leaf. The casing is black lacquered. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 545

Four pieces of late nineteenth/early twentieth century cloisonne - a pair of vases, a bowl, and a baluster vase. (4) The pair of vases are 4.5in tall. They have narrow necks and tapering bodies with indented bases stamped with a circular mark. They are decorated with purple and orange flowers and green leaves on dark blue ground. Both pieces appear to be perfect, although grubby. The bowl has a Made in China

Lot: 541

Three copper trays - probably Eastern or North African. (3) The largest tray is 23.5in diameter with stylised peacock central medallion. The rim is hammered. There are few tears to the edge. The second largest tray is of a similar width, and is heavier and has a rolled rim and bears some Eastern writing. It has

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mark. It appears to have a silver rim and foot. It is decorated with a frieze of pink, blue and yellow flowers and green foliage on black ground framed by turquoise fishscale borders. That is also perfect. The larger vase is 6in high and of baluster form. It is decorated with a lustrous dragon in a continuous frieze on a maroon ground decorated with scrolled wirework. There is a similar lustrous band around the base. It doesn't appear to be marked. Four good pieces of cloisonne. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00 and Sons arms and armour (50/50); WD and HO Wills military motors (50/50); John Player and Sons regimental uniforms (50/50); and Wills specialities Britains defenders (50/50). Estimate: £200.00 - £250.00

Lot: 549

A Victorian slate mantel clock. (17in x 5in x 12.75in) This mantel clock is of architectural form and has an angled pediment above a scrolled carved frieze. It has an enamelled dial with Roman chapters, brass bezel and carved spandrels below. The dial is framed by a pair of triple fluted pillars on a rectangular plinth base. It has an Ansonia Clock Company movement and comes complete with key and pendulum. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 546

Bronze, after Rodin - The Thinker, mounted on angled plinth. (10.25in) This bronze, after the famous Rodin sculpture, does not appear to be signed. It depicts a naked man seated on a rock and is of good general colour, on rectangular moulded plinth. There is an indistinct mark on the naturalistic rocky ground, but there is no sign of a foundry stamp. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 550

Two walking canes. (2) One of the canes has a knobbed stem with brass ferrule. The other has a ribbed body with brass ferrule and silver mount, hallmarked London 1910. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 547

A Victorian inlaid rosewood sewing box. (12in x 9in x 4.75in) This rosewood box has brass strung inlay and a mother of pearl rectangular tablet to the lid. The mother of pearl key escutcheon is missing. The interior has a compartmentalised lifting tray with storage below. There is also a billet-doux compartment. The lock has a working key. There are three small missing bits of veneer to the right hand side of the lid. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 551

A set of eleven steel shafted golf clubs in canvas bag. (A lot) These clubs have been re-leather handled and they come complete in a canvas bag. The clubs include putters, wedges, etc. The irons are by Cook, Leyland, Nutman and are generally in sound condition. A complete set of playable clubs with three weighted woods each having brass shoes. The bag has leather mounts. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 548

An album of military cigarette cards. (A lot) These cards are in excellent condition and very well preserved in transparent sleeves. The lot consists of: WD and HO Wills allied army leaders (50/50); WD and HO Wills Britains part in the war (24/24); WD and HO Wills the worlds dreadnoughts (25/25); John Player and Sons life on board a man of war (50/50); John Player and Sons badges and flags of British regiments (50/50); John Player

Lot: 552

A fluted cast iron garden urn with scalloped rim raised on round moulded plinth. (33in x 19.5in) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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Lot: 553

A cased violin with bow. This instrument, with scrolled terminal and two piece mahogany back, has a pine soundboard. There does not appear to be a makers label on the violin or bow. The surfaces are scratched. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 557

A papier-maiche tea caddy and cover, of barrel form, handpainted with continuous battle scene on blue ground, with similar decoration to lid. (6in) This tea caddy is slightly distressed round the foot. It is finely decorated with horsemen and soldiers fighting in woodland with bows and arrows, spears, swords, etc. Around the lid it is painted with green foliage on a blue ground. The cover also has a fighting scene painted on it. No markings or signatures. There is a numbered label to the base. It has a black interior. We do not think it is particularly old, certainly twentieth century. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 554

A 1928 hallmarked silver and enamelled Masonic Institution Medal for Boys, with blue ribbon; and a Tyne Dock Lodge enamelled silver medal for 1959 with striped ribbon. (2) Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 555

Miscellaneous Dickie Bird Society items including a reeded framed print, a pamphlet detailing the history of the society, and three cups and saucers with the Uncle Toby Newcastle Weekly Chronicle decoration. (A lot) Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 558

Fifty nine carpenters moulding planes with two toolboxes and other related tools including drills, chisels, screwdrivers, etc. (A lot) This is a good load of tools that came from a deceased estate in Eyemouth. The tools were handed down from the vendor's father and have been stored in their loft. Generally in good condition and not rusty. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 556

A nineteenth century barometer by Charles Crotchie of Inverness distressed. (37in) This is a period barometer still having mercury within its tube. The swanneck pediment is broken off and it has a circular dry-damp dial which has lost its glass. Below that is an arched rectangular thermometer with a loose piece of glass. The circular mirror is missing. Below that under convex glass with a small crack is a silvered dial. The levelling tube is also missing but it has the maker's name on the silvered panel under further broken glass. It looks as if the case has been veneered. The piece requires thorough restoration but it has not been 'messed around with'. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 559

A two handled copper vessel; and Welsh Fusiliers bugle. (2) The copper vessel has two riveted brass handles. The bugle has a brass mouthpiece. It also has a brass Royal Welsh Fusiliers applied brass badge with the number 23. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 560

An American walnut cased harmonium, the carved case with arched pediment and movement by Kimball of Chicago. This harmonium has 13 stops. It has a Robert Kidd of Bedlington retailers mark, and has carrying handles to the sides. Generally it is in sound condition! Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

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Lot: 561

A bronze, ormolu and cut glass cherub tazza. (15in x 12in) This bronze piece has a ruby cut glass bowl with star decoration and serrated rim, supported on a base with two bronze putti beneath the bowl. It has a gilded ormolu circular base with four block feet moulded with flowerhead roundels. It is a decorative tazza, but of no great age. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 565

A box of miscellaneous textiles. (A lot) This lot includes embroidered tablecloths, place mats, white linen, etc. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 566

A Shakespeare fishermans box containing miscellaneous fishing tackle. (A lot) This box contains clip lights, various lead weights, a penknife, a small spring balance, nylon line, hooks, spinners, etc. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 562

A Victorian taxidermy model of a young tawny owl by GA Topp, taxidermists of Reading. (10.5in x 5.5in x 14.5in) This is in a Victorian case, with DOE number to the front of the case. The owl is naturalistically mounted with foliage on a pale blue ground, with GA Topp label to the back. The front glass is cracked. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 567

A large nineteenth century copper log bin with lion mask handles raised on paw feet; and a helmet shaped copper coal scuttle with swing handle. (2) The large log bin is 16in high. It has a rolled rim and is of riveted construction. It has two lion mask handles and is raised on three legs with paw feet. It appears to have had a repair on one side, with a patch of copper riveted to the main structure. The coalscuttle has a swing handle, again with a rolled rim raised on an oval base. Both pieces are grubby. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 563

The Christian Year, Thoughts in Verse for the Sundays and Holy Days Throughout the Year, published in 1871 by James Parker and Co, the leather bound volume with gilt tooling and page edges, marbled end pages, illustrated, some foxing and wear to outer boards; together with The Life of Jesus of Nazareth with eighty pictures after William Hole, published by Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1906, the vlume with damage to the spine, foxing and staining. (2) Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 568

A marble-like Venus de Milo statue. (23.25in) This statue is purely decorative and of no great age. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 564

Five northeast money boxes, some boxed - Tynemouth Building Society, Newcastle on Tyne Savings Bank, Alnwick Savings Bank, North Shields, etc. (7) Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 569

A Victorian walnut inlaid wall clock. (32in) This clock has an enamelled dial with Roman chapters named to M Hume of Alnwick on both sides, framed by a scalloped casing with tunbridge banding above a hinged glazed door with similar banding and interior pierced fretwork panel, above a a shaped bottom with vase and foliate inlay. The

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movement is named to S.Thomas, Plymouth, Conn. USA with a 10 mark. The trunk has pierced floral scrolled attachments which are possibly later additions. The movement is basically untouched with broken pendulum. There is no key for the twin winders. The dial has lost some enamel and shows some staining. There is a missing finial to the top rail and the lettering to the dial is rubbed. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 573

An early twentieth century light mahogany wheel barometer. (30in) This barometer has a shaped top and body with a pepper pot-panel framed by raised reeded border and pouncelike band, above a boxed thermometer panel. The main glazed barometer dial has a chrome bezel with conforming decoration and carving to the base. The glazing to the barometer dial is cracked, and the body could do with refinishing. Estimate: £70.00 - £90.00

Lot: 570

A miscellaneous sporting lot fishing rods, reels, a golf club, etc. (A lot) This lot includes a Daiwa fishing bag, three fishing reels including a Korean Shadow Disc and a BFR Rim Fly, various baitholders, hooks, etc, a Hardy two piece 10ft Fibralite spinning No 1 rod with sleeve; a Greys GRX 8ft two piece rod with sleeve, a spare top piece from a rod, and a George Nicoll putting cleek hand-forged in Scotland with hickory shaft. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 574

A Victorian rosewood writing box, inlaid with tunbridge banding, having mother of pearl escutcheon and panel to lid, and interior of velvet writing surface. (11.5in x 8.5in x 6in) This is a good looking decorative box. The rectangular top is crossbanded with a geometric border around a central rosewood panel. It has angled rims and canted sides. The front and corners of the box have similar tunbridge style banding. The escutcheon and panel to the top is of diamond shape, inlaid with abalone and mother of pearl. The interior, which folds out, needs restoration and there is a repair necessary to the front right hand hinge, but otherwise a sound box. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 571

An eighteenth century carved oak corbel bracket, with foliate scrolled pierced decoration 12in; and a Victorian carved oak rectangular panel depicting flowers, fruit and leaves. (2) Both of these pieces have ring hooks attached for wallhanging. The earlier piece looks as if it has been a strim from a stair tread. A decorative and well-carved item. The other hand carved rectangular panel is later, and again mounted from behind as a wallpiece. Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot: 575

A small bronze of Abraham Lincoln. (5.5in) This bronze of the statesman is modelled with one hand behind his back, while the other holds a pamphlet. He is standing on a stepped plinth base with a bevelled edge.The plinth has impressed numbers 0378, copyright and Geo E Bissell marks. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 572

Five rectangular late nineteenth century block plates, the largest 25.5in. (5) These planes have various makers names and are in reasonably sound condition. They have obviously been used in a joiners shop and do exhibit some cracks, but otherwise they are sound. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 576

A three piece split-cane salmon fly rod by J B Walker of Newcastle, with original whippings, cork handle, brass ferrules, etc. This comes in a canvas bag but it is not its original bag. A good split-cane three piece salmon rod in sound condition, with chrome reel

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mounts. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 582

Miscellaneous war medals, documentation, etc. (A lot) This lot consists of a soldiers 1946 release book Class A named to Tpr A Craig; a Royal Air Force service and release book for airwoman T/Sgt B Tait; the order for the burial of the dead in memoriam Atholl Charles John, 3rd Earl of Ravensworth 11th February, 1904 - a leather bound volume with gilt to lines; the posthumous medals for Private A Stephen, Yorkshire Regiment the British war medal and the victory medal awarded for service during the Great War and his bronze death plaque; other medals - 1914-1918; the Africa star; 1939-1945; the 1939-1945 star; the 1939-1945 defence medal; a silver football medal for Embleton league 1935-36; and a small campaign ink well. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 577

Miscellaneous tools, drill bits, planes, blowlamp, etc. (A lot) Included in this lot is a Bates American drill bit and others, a blowlamp, a beech moulding plane, hammers, saws, etc. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 578

A modern reproduction bayonet; a silver plated miniature boot; and a boxed 1953 coronation coach. (3) The coach seems to be missing some smaller parts and is cracked. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 579

An unopened and sealed box of twenty-five Cohiba Robusto Havana cigars, medium to fullbodied - retail price £450. (A lot) Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

Lot: 583

A late nineteenth century brass framed mantel clock with enamelled dial under bevelled glass, with an adjustable pendulum. (8.25in) This looks like a large carriage clock. The enamelled dial is painted with yellow and pink flowers framing the numerals. The tall bevelled glass case has a back-opening door with a brass movement and adjustable pendulum. It comes complete with key. A decorative attractive clock that came from a deceased estate and probably needs a bit of TLC. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 580

Three half sovereigns. (3) Two of the sovereigns are Edwardian, 1907 and 1908, with the third being George V 1912. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 584 Lot: 581

A JB Walker trout reel. This circa 1930s reel has an ivorine handle and a brass shoe with JB Walker Newcastle on Tyne impressed marks. There is fine surface rusting. Estimate: £120.00 - £140.00 A hallmarked ivory and macassar cane with silver mount dated 1882. (34.75in) This has an ivory handle with a foliate engraved hallmarked silver mount, dated 1882. The collar has presentation details with family initials. Generally the cane is in good condition and unrestored. There appears to be some chipping and wear to the ivory. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 585

A boxed scientific instrument some sort of pressure gauge? (15.25in x 9.5in case) A most unusual instrument, in a Dobby McInnes Ltd Glasgow instrument makers box. The aluminium tube looks as if it has a piston in it, with various springs attached. We do not know what it is for. The fitted box has brass hinges. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

brass mounts. The brass mounts are fitted with two rings. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 589

A cast iron Mr Peanut money box, original cream and black paintwork with Planters label to plinth and slit to back. (11in) Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 586

A Hardy salmon fly rod - the Princess Mary, with sleeve. This 15ft three piece rod comes with a spare top piece. It has By Royal Appointment Hardy Bros Ltd marks. The cork handle has an aluminium mount with Pat No 20875/22 and a plain collar at the top end of the handle inscribed "From Richard to EP Dec 1923". The rod has red bindings and is marked The Princess Mary Rod Palakona Regd No 246 936. It comes with canvas sleeve. According to our local Hardys expert, this is a very rare rod and only a few Princess Mary rods were made. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 590

An oak tea caddy with brass mounts; a foliate embossed metal cigarette box; and a late nineteenth century tea and sugar box - opening at either end with original contents. (3) The tea caddy has brass mounts, and is in the form of a trunk. Not particularly old. The white metal box looks as if it is Japanese. It is plated metal and looks as if it has been painted, but it would clean up. The oval tin shows some rusting. Both lids open to show the original sugar and tea contents. It has a division in the middle. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 587

A nineteenth century coromandel writing box. (19.75in x 9.75in x 6.5in) This box is in reasonably sound condition although it could do with repolishing. The top is inlaid with abalone shell, having penwork decoration to the wreath surrounding a vacant shield. The shield escutcheon is similarly framed by a leaf moulded wreath. The interior needs a thorough restoration, although the original blue velvet lining is in existence on the slope. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 591

A leather gun case with brass mounts. (32.5in) This case has brass corner mounts and lock, with two straps and carrying handle. The interior is red baizelined with facsimile Holland and Holland label. The case has general scuffing, but has a lovely well used look to it. Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 592

A collection of horse brasses, some nineteenth century and some reproduction. (60) These horse brasses came out of a pub. They were collected by the landlord from clients, some appear to be reproductions and some appear to be old. There are sixty of them. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 588

A nineteenth century eastern sabre with brass lionhead handle, the leather scabbard with brass mounts. (33.25in) This is a good sword. It has a lionhead pommel, with ring to mouth, and a maltese cross style guard embossed with thistles. It has a sharp curved blade with some rust spotting, and it looks as if someone has ground this relatively recently. It sits in a leather scabbard with

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Three brass firetools; a brass toasting fork; and a pair of Victorian fire dogs on cast iron bases. (6) The shovel and poker appear to be matching with square waisted handles. The tongs are very similar with a twisted handle and ball finial. The toasting fork has a Rob Roy handle. The fire dogs have cast iron bases moulded with arched panels. They have brass ball mounts and rails. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

polychrome floral, bird, pagoda, and rustic decoration, the lid having an elaborate compass. The lid has three chips, but the pieces are with the lot. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 597

A Worcester style plate decorated with floral panels and birds on blue ground framed by gilt foliate scrolling; a Coalport handpainted plate with sevres blue pierced rim, decorated with rococo relief moulded scrolling; and an early Wedgwood transfer printed plate with blue brushwork centring on a pagoda medallion. (3) The scalloped Worcester style plate is unmarked. It is generally crazed and has a very small chip to one corner. It is finely decorated with central panel of a bird beneath other birds and foliage in gilt scrolled borders. It is not marked, but it is an early plate and apart from crazing it is generally very decorative. The Coalport plate is finely painted porcelain with the rim pierced in places within the scrolling. There are painted numbers. Could possibly be continental? The third plate has an impressed Wedgwood mark with further impressed initials and printed number. It is sepia transfer printed with blue brushwork decoration. Although crazed and stained it is in perfect condition. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 594

Bronze, a bear matchstriker with hinged lid. (3in) This is a finely modelled bear with a hinged lid. It looks like the animal is smoking, with a protruding tube and it is holding a branch. It has cast marks to the base reading Bergn. We believe this to be a reproduction piece and not old. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 595

Three childrens figurines - Royal Worcester, Royal Doulton and Goebel. (3) The largest figurine is 6.5in high. It is modelled as a boy with ducks titled Young Farmer. It has a black Royal Worcester printed mark and it is hand titled. It appears to be perfect. The Royal Doulton child is titled The Little Pig (HN1793). The toddler is wrapped in a red floral blanket and is seated. It has green printed marks and painted initials. The third figurine, by Goebel has had her head reglued. She is 5.5in high and dated 1951. She is modelled as a young girl in nightdress holding a candle with dolly in other hand. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 598

A small collection of mainly nineteenth century ceramics jugs, vases, bowls, Masons, Allertons, etc. (A lot) This lot consists of an Allertons octagonal jug in the gaudy Welsh palette with serpent handle - hairlined and stained; an unmarked octagonal jug with serpent handles having polychrome enamel handpainted floral panels and embossed foliage decoration; a similar jug, but with a crabstock handle and gaudy Welsh paintwork - hairlined; a small Masons style eight-sided jug with serpent handle; a Royal terracotta porcelain octagonal jug with green crabstock handle and handpainted polychrome floral designs; a Masons patent ironstone china jug with blue and gilt serpent handle and bird and

Lot: 596

Miscellaneous ceramics, some nineteenth century. (8) This lot includes a Royal Doulton 1902 Coronation plate which is chipped to the rim, a mostache cup and saucer with polychrome decoration and painted numbers, a tureen base with fruit decoration. The Sutherland art china beaker with title 'Smiling Faces Obtain Graces' and oriental figures, and a bowl and lid with accompanying goblet with

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floral paintwork - hairlined; another Masons jug with green crabstock handle and oriental painted scenes on orange honeycomb ground - chipped and some paint loss; a two-handled floral vase, crazed with hairline to one of the handles; a Masons patent ironstone china plate with bird and flower decoration, having green and gilt rim - firing imperfections; a bowl with blue transfer printed scenes of children in cart pulled by dog chasing a rabbit, crazed and hairlined with W F and R rustic marks; and a tankard with three similar panels entitled 'Spinning Tops', 'Volunteers' and 'Swing' hairlined. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00 The external body is in powder blue glaze. There is a faded Carlton Ware mark and painted red numbers. There is a small chip to the standing rim, some rubbing to the gilding, and rings well when struck. The stand is pierced hardwood with lotus style decoration, with four scrolled legs. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 602

A circular European porcelain bowl in embossed copper frame. (12in). This bowl is handpainted depicting a bust portrait of a young lady wearing plumed hat. She wears a mauve dress with a gilt necklace. The bowl is in perfect condition and impressed B in italics to the underside. If it was not in the brass frame it would sit on a circular small foot. It is mounted into the brass frame and has a ring for hanging on a wall. The brass frame has an inner lozenge moulded circle and an outer cavetto embossed in relief with griffins, scrolling and cartouche style panels, with a similar lozenge and bead moulded rim. It has a dent in one side. It is generally of untouched copper with a good patination. There are one or two firing imperfections in the enamelling on the bowl, but otherwise it is perfect. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 599

A terracotta monk decanter; and two blue and white ashets. (3) The decanter and stopper is in the form of a monk. It has a foreign printed mark with moulded numbers to the base. There is a small chip to his ear. One of the oval ashets is by Wood & Son. The other is transfer printed and has a chip to the upper edge. Estimate: £10.00 - £20.00

Lot: 600

A late nineteenth century Gladstone plate. (11in) This octagonal plate of waviform outline has a gilt rim around a diamond transfer printed panel of Gladstone with spandrel panels detailing his various offices, enclosed by roses and clover leaves. The verso has printed Reg. No. 41050, a printed 2 and a painted 2. There is moderate rubbing to the gilt rim, but no signs of chips or hairlines. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 603

A pair of nineteenth century Samson/Chelsea figurines. (5in) (2) These are modelled as eighteenth century figures. The lady in floral dress and bonnet has a dog at her feet, while her beau is playing a lute with a lamb at his feet. Both are standing by treetrunks on gilt scrolled bases. They have gilt anchor marks and polychrome enamel decoration. The head has broken off the lute and there is a roughness to the border of the gents coat. There is some chiping to the base of the female figurine. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 601

A Carlton Ware bowl on stand. (9in) The bowl has three cartouche panels to the interior with polychrome enamel exotic bird decoration on a black ground, with gilt borders on a blue body with further gilded bands around a gilt medallion. The exterior has a band decorated with alternate pagoda and cross-hatched polychrome panels. It has a gilt rim and foot.

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A tall studio pottery signed spillvase, decorated with poppies and blue brushwork. (19in) This is an unusual hand thrown vase of ribbed form with tapering neck. It is hand decorated with poppies and blue brushwork, and the base has handpainted signatures. It is in perfect condition. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 608

A large blue and white baluster vase with applied mythical creature decoration. (22.25in) This vase has a crimped, scalloped rim with internal floral decoration above a waisted neck and base with raised bands of spiral paintwork. The main body has an applied entwined scaly sea creature on a blue and white river landscape with flowers, trees, etc. The base has eight panels of seahorse style motifs. There is chipping to the crimped rim and to the creatures body. The vase does not appear to be marked. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 605

A Brown Westfield Moore and Co iris pattern wash set with large slop pail, jug, two basins and two brush pots; together with a Staffordshire pink basin. (7) These pieces are all clean and in good condition without any noticeable chips, scratches or hairlines. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 609

A Royal Crown Derby trio. (3) The three pieces have blue and white oriental style decoration with figures, pagodas and bamboo shoots, with gilt rims. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 606

A pair of handpainted hunting plates. (12.25in) (2) These plates are pierced for wall hanging. They are both handpainted in polychrome enamels with huntsman with his horse and dog in the field. They do not appear to be signed and both are heavily crazed. The rims show some losses to the gilding. Two of the pierced holes have hairline cracks, and there is the odd firing imperfection and one plate has minor chipping to the rim. Estimate: £80.00 - £100.00

Lot: 610

A Royal Worcester bowl. (9in) This bowl has a lozenge band framed by gilding above a lobbed circular body decorated with polychrome leaf and fruit decoration with gilt spiders and webs, on a cream and light orange ground. It is raised on a circular foot with further lozenge and gilt decoration. It has printed Royal Worcester Marks, registrtaion number 149058 with further 1453 marks. There are six dots either side of the crown and possibly one dot under the Worcester mark. There is some slight rubbing to the gilding and the odd bit of paint loss with some marking to the top of the cream/orange ground. The bowl rings when struck. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 607

A pair of Royal Crown Derby waisted vases. (6.5in) (2) These hexagonal vases have gilt foliate rims above waisted bodies with marine, hanging basket, and floral decoration in blue and white panels, framed by hexagonal honeycomb and diamond panels, with gilt rims to the base. The interiors are white. They have brick-red Royal Crown Derby marks with painted numbers 1443 8243, and further impressed marks. One vase has a star hairline to the interior, and the other has a very small chip to the basal rim. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 611

Five oriental plates with bird decoration. (8.5in) (5) These plates have polychrome handpainted birds in an oriental river landscape, framed by scalloped gilt and brick-red jigsaw and demi-lune borders. They have brick-red eight character marks to the versos.

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There is some rubbing to the gilding, but otherwise the plates are in good order. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 614

A Royal Worcester saucer. (5.25in) This saucer is decorated in the usual Royal Worcester floral palette on a blush ground with gilt highlights. It has printed Royal Worcester marks, registration numbers and painted marks Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 612

Three Buchan stoneware jugs. (3) Two of these jugs at 6.25in tall are quite similar. Both have tapered spouts and ribbed applied handles. The plain bulbous bodies are decorated with polychrome foliate, floral and tendril brushwork. The bases have the printed Buchan Portobello marks with further printed numbers and painted monograms. The third jug at 6.5in tall has a smaller spout and a narrower tapering blue body with further dark blue crosshatching and line decoration. There is an unglazed band to the bottom of the pot. The base has impressed Buchan marks, printed numbers, etc. All three jug bases are unglazed. Overall in very good condition. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 615

A Doulton Lambeth stoneware bowl and jug with hallmarked silver mounts. (2) The jug has had a repaired handle. It has impressed Royal Doulton marks and impressed numbers 21224 with London hallmarked silver rim. The twin handled bowl has had a glue repair to one of the handles. It has impressed Doulton Lambeth marks, impressed numbers 9734 with Birmingham hallmarked silver mount. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

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A Royal Copenhagen coffee set; and a Collingwoods tea service. (A lot) The Royal Copenhagen service consists of coffee pots, sucrier, milk jug, five cups and six saucers. The blanc-de-chine bodies are brown with salmon pink floral sprigs and gilt rims. They have printed Royal Copenhagen marks with the usual blue wavy lines and further painted numbers and marks. This set is in very good condition. The Collingwoods service has two bread plates, six plates, six saucers, six cups, teapot, sucrier and milk jug. The pieces are decorated with gilt scrolled, cross hatchery and floral brushwork on a green spatter ground. They have printed Collingwoods and T Goode and Co Ltd London retailers marks. One cup and the milk jug have hairlines, and another cup has a repaired handle. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00 A large blue and white Wedgwood punchbowl. (14in x 7.5in) This bowl is in perfect condition and is decorated with a floral frieze. The interior has an Italianate scene depicting sailing boats on water. The exterior is decorated in a similar manner with transfers framed by floral bands. It has impressed Wedgwood marks as well as printed marks. Apart from general wear it is in perfect condition. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 617

Two Danish studio pottery pots; a Chesterfield green slip glazed vase; and a handpainted 1960s Spanish vase. (4) The first Danish pot is 11.75in high, impressed with the name Danico, Made in Denmark. It has an incised number 265. It is a stoneware waisted vase with floral brushwork decoration on blue ground. Some chipping to the glaze around the foot. The other Danish piece is incised with a monogram above Made in Denmark. This is in the form of a jug with an applied channelled handle and spiralling slip decoration in black and brown on a pale green ground. It is in

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perfect condition. The green 1960s vase has sgraffito style incised scrolled decoration to the body. It has a printed Pearsons of Chesterfield black mark. The final tapering vase is decorated with a frieze of stylised animals beneath geometric patterns. It is handpainted and is signed Felanitx and numbered. It is in perfect condition and obviously a piece of studio pottery from Mallorca. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 620

A part Minton tea service with exotic bird decoration. (A lot) This service comprises a muffin dish and cover, two bread plates, seventeen various plates, eleven saucers, twelve cups and a sugar bowl. They are decorated with polychrome exotic bird and flower panels framed by scrolled golden rims enclosed by further alternate scrolled cartouches and green honeycomb panels. The pieces have puce Minton marks and some pieces have painted numbers 4863, and impressed marks. One of the bread plates is hairlined and there is a moderate amount of paint loss especially to the honeycomb panels. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 618

A pair of nineteenth century Japanese vases of fluted ovoid form, decorated with warriors in landscape - painted character marks. (12.75in) (2) These two vases came from an estate in Rothbury. They are handpainted with figures in landscapes, one crouching and one standing. They are in a polychrome satsuma style with scrolled brick red brushwork on green band to foot. The concave rims are decorated with blue and white cloud style enamel work. Hairlines to base and one small chip to rim, repairs to the neck and there is a piece missing. Both have brick red character marks. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 621

A Royal Worcester blush handpainted porcelain basket, depicting the Old Mill Jesmond Dene - printed marks. (4.25in) This piece is in perfect condition. The basket has an entwined handle with gilding and is decorated in the usual pastel colours. It is handpainted with a landscape scene of Jesmond Dene and the Mill. It has printed Royal Worcester marks with a gilt Old Mill Jesmond Dene Newcastle on Tyne title. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 619

A nineteenth century ashet and meat plate. (2) The ashet has a central panel decorated in the imari palette of blue and brick red of a vase of flowers on a pedestal with further flowers and foliage framed by blue trellis work and white and pink flowers. The standing base is unglazed and the border is impressed Masons Patent Ironstone China, it is 17.75in. The meat dish, at 19in, has blue floral and foliate scrolled decoration with drainage channels and bowl. It is raised on thee moulded feet and has an improved stone impressed mark. These pieces have some staining, loss of paintwork and chips to the rims. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 622

A pair of late nineteenth century Dutch porcelain spill vases, with two children figurines. (8.5in) (2) This is a finely modelled pair with impressed letters BB and number 1071 to their bases. The boy and the girl are both standing on naturalistically moulded plinths. They are handglazed and standing in front of log spill vases. She has some flaking to her face, and he has a small chip to the corner of his waistcoat. We would suggest late nineteenth century Austrian? Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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A Royal Dux vase with lady, waterlily and shells. (15in) This vase has central waterlily leaves and flower with two graduated seashells at the base and lady draped around foliage. It is decorated in the Royal Dux palette of pastel green, pink, and beige. It has the Royal Dux raised pink triangle mark, a raised tablet with impressed 503, further impressed 18 and a brown painted monogram. The ladys right arm has been re-glued and there is a lot of chipping to the shell edges and there is a firing imperfection to the base. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 626

A Doulton Lambeth stoneware vase decorated with sgraffito frieze of cows in landscape incised monograms, impressed marks and numbers and dated 1883. (7.75in) This Lambeth Doulton vase is in perfect condition. It has an ovoid body with continuous sgraffito frieze depicting cattle in a landscape with farmbuilding. The base is leaf moulded with lappet incised decoration to moulded foot. The main frieze is framed by relief pressed bands. The stoneware base is impressed with Royal Doulton marks dated 1883. In addition it has the incised monogram that appears to be JEB and possibly BB. It also has other initials incised in the base as well as numbers and letters and other marks. It has no damage and is a handsome vase. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 624

Two Elsi Bourelius Jie Swedish art pottery figures. (2) These figures are modelled as father and child (7.25in), and man and wife (10.25in). Both are decorated in matt blue, yellow and black with faces and hands unglazed. Both have applied design Elsi Bourelius Jie Verk Stad Sweden labels, with the father and child label slightly frayed at the bottom. Also on this figure the father's head has been reglued. The larger figure has impressed marks to the base. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 627

Three French botanical plates. (9.5in) (3) These pates are handpainted with polychrome floral decoration. They have gilt scalloped rims which are rubbed. They have printed E Bourgeois marks. One of the plates has a printed monogram. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 625

A 7in cloisonne tapering vase decorated with panels of insects, scroll and foliage on blue ground; a pair of small cloisonne baluster vases; and a cloisonne plate decorated with butterfly and purple blossom foliage. (4) The largest piece is a waisted vase and has a frieze framed by chevron lines in blue orange and red. The frieze is decorated in mosaic style with panels of scrolled foliage, butterflies, geometric and lappet panels. The two smaller vases are decorated in a similar stylised manner on a pale blue ground. One has a small dent in the enamelling on the back. The fourth piece is 4.25in diameter and in perfect condition with a blue underside. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 628

A Sunderland lustre jug commemorating the iron bridge over the Wear at Sunderland. (4.5in) The jug has pink resist lustre brushwork to the interior and exterior top rim. The handle has a pink line along it. There is a black transfer print of the bridge framed by further lustre, and the verso has a sailors rhyme, similarly decorated. The base has hairlines including a star. There is possible suspicion of restoration to the spout? Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 629

A pair of Staffordshire flatback wally dogs. (12in) (2) These are old nineteenth century flatbacks with rubbed gilding and glass eyes. Some of the eyes look as if they are replacements and one is missing. They have painted noses. Condition-wise, one is

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perfect and the other has a hairline. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 632

A large classical baluster vase. (17.5in) This vase appears to be in perfect condition with no restorations. There is no apparent makers name. The egg shaped body has a waisted neck with two applied handles with gilded mask mount terminals. It sits on a socle with a gilded foot. The main body is framed by two Greek key bands depicting winged females with horses to one side. It has a Boadicea type figure with four horses and a chariot to the other side. It doesn't appear to be signed or marked. The images are all on an orange ground. It is in good condition although very grubby. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 630

A nineteenth century ironstone Japanese pattern plate decorated in a floral palette; a Masons Ironstone bowl decorated with birds and floral foliage on blue ground; and a willow pattern nineteenth century ashet. (3) The ashet is in perfect condition apart from minor hairlines and some kiln imperfections and staining to the back. It is 14.5in wide. The Masons bowl is 10in wide and also in perfect condition. It is handpainted with brightly coloured glazes on a blue transfer printed ground. It has blue Masons patent ironstone china marks with painted monograms. It has a brown lustre rim. The plate is of scalloped form and just over 9in in diameter. It is in perfect condition with a printed puce coloured stone china crest, and painted numbers to the verso. It is decorated in the Japanese garden style with blossom foliage, urn, and a terrace framed by cavetto with three panels, with similar brushwork to border. The rim is decorated with a pink fishscale style line. A very attractive and pretty plate. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 633

A boxed Royal Worcester coffee set decorated in the Miranda pattern. (12) This is all in perfect condition and looks unused, still in its original presentation box. It has black Royal Worcester printed marks with the Miranda title. All the pieces are decorated with green bands framed by gilding with some very decorative floral designs. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 634

A Coalport limited edition urn with lid. (9.75in) This urn has cartouche panel of the castle of Mey with gilt floral scrolling. There is further gilt foliate and tendril brushwork to the verso, all on a dark blue ground. The socle base has gilt roundels. The cartouche panel is framed by cream and gilt foliate borders. The lid is similarly decorated with gilt pointed finial which has been re-glued. There are blue printed Coalport marks with gilt limted edition marks 35/100. The urn has gilt rams head handles. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 631

A Japanese imari platter, circa 1790 - restored; a Japanese imari baluster vase - restored; and a smaller fluted imari Japanese vase. (3) The platter is 13in wide and reasonably well restored. However one can see the cracks and the overpainting. It is decorated in the traditional imari palette with blossom foliage and has a lozenge channelled rim. The large vase is 12.25in high and has restoration to the neck as one can observe from the interior that it has been painted. It has been well done and hardly noticeable. Again this vase is decorated in the traditional brick-red and blue palette with panels of foliage. It has an indented base. Finally, the small vase at 5in appears to be porcelain but has no lid. It is handpainted. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

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Two Limoges gilt decorated bowls. (9in) (2) These bowls have gilt crimped rims and gadrooned raised panels with embossed flowers and birds. Printed Limoges marks and monograms, painted number 2395. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

numbers and impressed numbers. It is decorated with gilt foliage on a blue band and is in perfect condition, although grubby. It is generally a good lot of Worcester ceramics. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 638

A pair of handpainted porcelain jars by Cauldon depicting highland cattle in landscapes signed D Birbeck. (5.75in) (2) These are both in perfect condition with gilded rims. They depict highland cattle standing by water in landscape, and both are clearly signed. They have black Cauldon printed marks. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 636

A large Maiolica decorative wine vase. (15in) This is all-over decorated with cracklure glazes. It is embossed in relief with two masks and has channelled handles applied to the sides. The bulbous tapering body has a moulded rim. It is handpainted with vines and leaves, with yellow scrolling framed by borders of yellow, brown and green lines. It is in perfect condition. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 639

Two Royal Doulton figurines - the Balloon Man and the Old Balloon Seller. (2) The Balloon Man has a Royal Doulton printed mark with HN1954 and further marks. It is 7.25in tall. The Balloon Seller has similar marks with HN1315. It is 7.75in tall. Both figures have impressed marks and are in good order. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 637

A Royal Worcester teaset decorated with exotic birds, having blue and brown borders puce printed marks and painted numbers; a pair of blanc-de-chine Royal Worcester leaf moulded jugs; a Worcester blue dragon part teaset decorated with gilt rims; and a single Worcester cup and saucer decorated with blue and gilt. (A lot) The exotic bird teaset has puce printed marks and painted no 6261 with various painted monograms. It was a 12 piece teaset but now there are only 10 cups, 2 breadplates, a sucre, a jug, 12 saucers and 12 side plates. Generally the teaset is in good condition. The pieces have rims finished with orangey brown brushwork. The friezes consist of brown pelmets beneath blue flowerhead bands. Condition wise one or two of the cups are crazed and stained, and the odd hairline but generally they are pretty good. The two Worcester leaf moulded jugs both have minor chips to the rims. They have green Royal Worcester marks. The blue dragon part teaset has 7 cups, 6 saucers, 6 sideplates, 2 bread plates, a milk jug and a sucrier. The blue royal Worcester is generally in good condition with gilt rims. The final Worcester piece is a single cup and saucer with puce Royal Worcester marks, painted

Lot: 640

A Gustafsberg tea and coffee service in the yokohama pattern. (A lot) This service comprises teapot, nine plates, eleven saucers, eleven cups, coffee pot, eleven saucers and eleven cups. The pieces have gilded rims and are decorated with oriental scrolled bird, blossom, vase and fruit motifs in blue and gilt. They have printed Gustafsberg Yokohama marks with further impressed marks and painted numbers. The teapot lid is hairlined, one coffee saucer has a chipped rim, four tea cups have hairline cracks and one has lost its handle. The coffee pot lid is chipped and one coffee cup is hairlined. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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A Buchan Ware tankard and jam pot with cover. (2) The tankard at 3.5in high has two painted blue lines around the rim above floral and foliate sprigs in blue, yellow and brown. There are impressed Buchan Portobello marks with further numbers and marks. The jam pot has polychrome wild flower decoration on a light blue ground. The lid is plain. It has printed Buchan marks and numbers, and monogram 'T'. Both pieces are in very good condition. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

are decorated in pastel pink, green and brown. Both have the raised red triangle Royal Dux mark around the letter E, impressed and painted numbers. The shepherd has damage to his fingers and fur edges. The woman has had two glue repairs to her right arm, losses to her drape trimmings and the goat is missing some of its horns. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 644

A collection of blue and white ceramics including nineteenth century willow pattern ashets, spode, Wedgwood, Brown, Westfield and Moore Teutonic, etc. (A lot) This is a good mixed lot. The majority is decorated with classic Italian scenes including four sideplates, two dessert plates, five dinner plates, two tureens and covers, three graduated ashets, four eggcups, etc. The jug is Wedgwood ferrara pattern, transfer printed with sailing ships and it is in perfect condition. One of the large Victorian ashets is chipped, the other one appears to be perfect apart from crazing. One is by Fell and Co. The Brown Westfield and Moore pieces are both chipped. Overall a good mixed lot of blue and white. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 642

A collection of miniature porcelain pieces including a handpainted scalloped bowl, a Beswick pheasant, a Weymss style cheese dish and cover, Wedgwood, etc. (A lot) This is a miscellaneous lot that came from a deceased estate. The finest piece is the handpainted scalloped bowl with gilt rim, raised on three gilded feet. It has a blue painted mark. The Weymss style cheese dish and cover is unmarked. It is porcelain and in perfect condition. There is a miniature Hammersley cup and saucer with gilded rims and a matching baluster vase and jug, painted in polychrome with floral sprigs. There is a Crown Staffordshire plate and a Wedgwood heart shaped Jasper ware blue plate. The central glass vase is foliate enamelled with green panels on gilded ground. Finally, there is a green porcelain cup and saucer, handpainted with green and red brushwork which is perfect as is the Beswick pheasant which still has its Beswick label underneath it. A good mixed lot of collectable miniature ceramics. Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot: 645

A pair of nineteenth century framed ceramic pot lids. (6.5in) (2) These convex pot lids are in ebonised frames. They are in perfect condition. One has a pen title to verso reading 'The flute player' and depicts the musician with other young people in palladian style garden. The other is titled 'Hamlet and Father's Ghost'. This exhibits some crazing but it is otherwise sound. Both have Stechan Edinburgh gallery labels to verso. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 643

A pair of Royal Dux figurines - a shepherd and his wife. (12in) (2) These figures are standing on naturalistic plinth bases with the shepherd next to a treetrunk. He is playing pan pipes with his water bottle and knife in his belt and a sheep at his feet. She is holding a staff with a goat lying down beside her. They are both dressed in furs and drapes. They

Lot: 646

A Victorian walnut inkstand fitted with porcelain inkwells and tray, having brass mounts; and a Japanese porcelain teaset, decorated with floral panels. (2) The Victorian inkstand is mounted with brass handles. It is veneered in walnut. It is fitted

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with two inkwells and a scalloped tray decorated in a Japanese palette, with birds and foliage in panels on brick-red ground. Although it looks Japanese, we would suggest it is European. The Japanese teaset consists of teapot, sucrier, milk jug and two cups and saucers. There is also a spare saucer. They are typical finely potted porcelain, and painted to the bases with two character marks. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 650

An extensive Royal Doulton Countess pattern dinner and tea service, with oval and round tureens, graduated jugs, sauceboats, ashets, cups and saucers, butter dishes, etc. (A lot) This is an extensive dinner set from the 1930s decorated in the Countess pattern and has the Royal Doulton green printed marks and printed D2802 marks. It also has impressed numbers. There are a lot of pieces and generally the condition is sound although pieces are crazed. There are two sizes of dinner plates, two sizes of side plates, oval tureen with covers, round tureens, serving plates, ashets, cups and saucers with twisted handles. This service also includes egg cups, sauceboats, a set of four graduated jugs, a coffee pot and cover, etc. It is transfer printed with green garlands and ribbon bows and handpainted with green floral oval medallions with guilloche scalloped borders. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 647

A Lladro porcelain nun reading a prayer book; and three Nao girl figures. (4) The nun is 10.5in high. She is in perfect condition with a long fluted dress. She is reading from a prayerbook. She has blue Lladro printed marks, impressed number 5500 with various other incised numbers, marks and monograms to the porcelain. The Nao pieces include a seated girl in a ballet dress, and a shy looking girl with her hands behind her back. All pieces are in perfect condition with brown Nao printed marks, etc. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 651

A Carlton Ware six-piece coffee set; a Limoges style gilt and floral coffee set; and a pair of green Shelley cups and saucers. (28) The Carlton set has black Carlton Ware printed marks, as well as impressed marks. Some pieces are crazed but generally it is in good condition. The pieces have gilt interiors and lemon yellow glazed exteriors. The Limoges set is very decorative with gilt rims to the scalloped bodies. It is unmarked but of the Limoges taste with fluted square cups, finely potted and has painted numbers. It is enamelled in relief with polychrome decoration and splatter gilded borders. Conditionwise, two of the saucers have been repaired. Finally, there is a pair of green Shelley cups and saucers. Both of these are stained. They have green Shelley shield marks and gilt painted numbers. Both have rubbed gilding. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 648

A large Carlton Ware ribbed jug moulded with leaves and acorns. (12.5in) This is a big piece of Carlton Ware, with a ribbed baluster jug supported on plinth with crabstock style handle. It is moulded in relief with foliage, treetrunks and acorns, and is decorated in green, brown, yellow and orange colours. It has blue Carlton Ware printed marks and impressed numbers. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 649

A pair of late nineteenth century jugs with gaudy Welsh decoration. (6in) (2) These octagonal-sided jugs have gaudy Welsh floral decoration in brick red, green and blue alternating with blanc-de-chine foliate embossed panels. The crabstock handles have further painted decoration. There are no factory marks. The bases have firing imperfections and the top rims have very minor chipping. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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Two nineteenth century Sunderland lustre tankards. (2.75in, 3.25in) (2) The smaller of these tankards has an overall coverage of pink resist lustre and is slightly rough around the basal rim. The other has purple and silvered lustre floral brushwork on a plain ground. It has an angled handle. There is slight chipping to the rim. The interior is crazed. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 656

A nineteenth century Sunderland lustre tankard. (3.75in) This tankard has a pink lustre rim to the interior. The exterior has a decorated handle and purple transfer prints, possibly Chatsworth House and a rustic scene framed by a thick pink lustre band. It has a single pink line around the base. The base of the tankard is crazed and there are firing imperfections to the rim. The main body of the tankard has a stained appearance. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 653

Two Royal Dux figurines with classical ladies and shells. (2) The larger of these at 10.5in tall has a lady in flowing drapes with posy in her hand standing over a large seashell on naturalistic base. The other at 8in height is similar with the lady perched on the shell edge. Both models are matt grey with gilt highlights. They both have the raised pink triangle Royal Dux marks with impressed and marked numbers. The larger figurine has had the lady's head re-glued. Both have some gilt loss. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 657

A pair of nineteenth century blue and white landscape plates; another creamware plate decorated in the same design; and a similar nineteenth century bowl decorated with pastoral landscape. (4) The pair of plates have hairlines and are impressed with the letter H. They are crazed and have hairlines to the back, but not visible from the front. They have good floral borders. The other plate is decorated with a similar transfer of cows in foreground and country house in background. There is a chip to the rim that has been reglued. The bowl is also hairlined and has a plate hanger attached to it. It depicts a pastoral scene with cows and figures playing music in the foreground, with a river landscape and country house in background. It has a Rogers style floral border. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 654

A small collection of Goss and other crested ware, some with northeast interest. (26) This lot includes some Goss, a Whitley jug and bowl, plates from Gateshead and Berwick-uponTweed, a Sunderland saucer, a Tynemouth kettlestand, a South Shields ewer, etc. There is also other crested ware including a Grafton ewer which has a broken spout, a Florentine miniature shaving mug, etc. There are twenty six pieces in total. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 658

An art nouveau Geschutzt floral six piece teaset; a Limoges oval dressing table tray decorated with roses; and two pink handpainted floral plates. (A lot) The Geschutzt set is a pretty set with art nouveau gilded handles. It is decorated with white and pink roses. The teapot has impressed Geschutzt marks and numbers with painted numbers. Most of the other pieces just have painted numbers and impressed numbers. The Limoges tray is 14.5in wide. It is decorated with a pink rose band with green leaves, ribbons and swags. It has pierced handles to the ends. It is in perfect condition with a spatter gilding to the rim. It

Lot: 655

A Dresden porcelain hexagonal covered vase. (9.5in) This is decorated with enamelled floral panels in the familial rose palette on a powder blue ground. It is also painted with gilding, stylised dragons and foliage. It has gilded rims. Underneath it has a painted monogram above the Dresden mark. It is in perfect condition, apart from firing imperfections. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

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has orange and green printed marks with the initials GDA. The largest pink plate has Reizenstein Sons of Pittsburg retailers mark. It is handpainted with a colourful floral sprig to the centre, with a pink border and gilded rim. It is an English Cauldon plate and it has handpainted marks. It has minor scratching to the surface. The final pink plate is a Cauldon piece with handpainted marks. It is decorated in a Coalport style palette. A good mix lot of cabinet ceramics. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 662

A graduated pair of Japanese Imari dishes; a ginger jar; and a blue and white willow pattern ashet. (4) The Japanese dishes are of scalloped form painted with brick red floral panels. The small ashet is finely potted in stoneware and handpainted with a willow pattern style scene framed by diaper border. The ginger jar is decorated with blue glazes. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 663

Three pieces of Maling: a vase, a jug and an ashtray. (3) The 8in tall vase is of oval form with a depressed rim. It has a light blue body with white embossed floral sprigs and a plain interior, and printed Maling marks and an impressed 143. There is some marking and scratching to the blue glaze. The jug with printed Maling marks and painted numbers has a plain interior, and an exterior with floral band above fishscale brushwork . The blue handle has been re-glued in four places and the spout has also been broken and repaired. It stands 3.5in high. The ashtray at 4in square has four recesses cut into a polychrome floral rim, above a blue fishscale panel and conforming pattern underneath. It has printed Maling marks and a printed number 6452. There is a chip underneath one of the corners. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 659

A Royal Doulton dessert set. (7) This set consists of six scalloped edge bowls and a larger octagonal serving bowl. They all have green Royal Doulton printed marks, D4365 marks, and the larger bowl has registration number 597783. They are all decorated with yellow blossom foliage on blue ground panels, framed by black and white crosshatched bands, enclosed by black rims above plain centres. Two of the smaller bowls have chips underneath the rims, and there is some paint loss and the odd firing imperfection. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 660

A Doulton Lambeth stoneware jar and cover. (5.75in) This ovoid jar has a well fitted lid with a button handle. It is moulded in relief with blue and yellow flowerheads on ribbed ground framed by palmette borders glazed in blue. It has impressed Doulton Lambeth marks and numbers with an incised EB. Conditionwise, there has been a piece reglued to the side. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 664

A Maling willow pattern bowl. (8.5in) This bowl with the usual decoration has a chip to the rim and has a hairline. The standing base and bowl interior are both crazed, with some of the glaze having flaked off. It has printed Maling marks. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 661

A nineteenth century blue and white willow pattern ashet. (18in) The ashet has the familiar scene of two men on a bridge and diaper borders. It has the blue willow mark for T Fell, Newcastle, with a further impressed anchor mark. It has two hairline cracks, a stained base and some chipping to the rim. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

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Lot: 665

A pair of Maling vases. (6.75in) (2) These vases have waisted bodies with red fishscale panels below friezes with painted bird panels and stylised cloud decoration. One of the vases has chips to the rim, and also two chips to the base. The gilt rims are rubbed. They have printed Maling marks and painted number 6107. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 670

A Maling Milan pattern bowl. (8.25in) This bowl has a plain interior with dark red exterior below a transfer printed scrolled dragon band - printed Cetem Ware Milan marks, painted number 3162. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 671

A Maling peony jug. (7.25in) This jug has a wide spout and gilt rim above a hexagonal green body decorated with polychrome peony, cobweb and butterfly. It has a blue scrolled handle with gilt highlights. It has printed Maling marks and blue painted numbers 5855. There is some rubbing to the gilding. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 666

A Maling floral plate. (8.75in) This plate in the Limoges style has a scalloped gilt rim with embossed scrollwork and purple and gilt gadrooned panels around blue violet flowers. Printed CTM and with castle marks. The gilt rim shows some rubbing, and there is a chip to the standing base. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 672

A Maling gourd shaped vase. (9.5in) This vase has polychrome floral and butterfly decoration on black ground with green, blue and gilt floral scrolled bands. It has printed Cetem Ware marks and impressed number 27. This vase has a restored top rim. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 667

A Maling trio. (3) The pieces are decorated in a red floral design with green foliage and spatter gilding to the rims. They have printed CTM marks and painted numbers A3182. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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A large Maling bowl decorated with polychrome flowers and exotic birds. (15.25in) The bowl has rubbing to the gilt rim. It has an odd chip to the rim. It has printed Cetem Ware marks and painted numbers 494. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00 A Maling daisy pattern gilt handled bowl. (4.75in) This bowl with gilt handles and rim is decorated with yellow and orange daisies on an orange spatter ground. There is rubbing to the gilt rims. It has printed Maling daisy marks and painted number 6056. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 669

Four small Maling bowls. (4) This lot has a springtime bowl number 6524, a floral bowl with pink fishscale centre - number 6451, a rosalind bowl - number 6548, and a gilt rimed bowl with fruit and urn frieze above orange spatter ground. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 674

A pair of Maling rosalind vases. (6.5in) (2) These vases have rubbing to the gilt rims. They have printed Maling rosalind marks and painted numbers 6545. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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Lot: 675

A Maling bowl; and a Maling pintray. (2) These pieces are both in brown chintz pattern, have printed Maling marks and painted numbers 6527. The ribbed circular bowl has a wide rim and tapering body. The interior and foot are decorated with polychrome floral enamels on a brown dot ground. The exterior has a yellow glaze and gilded rim. The 4in pintray is similarly decorated with a plain verso. The bowl has a chip underneath the rim and a slightly dull sound when struck. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 679

A Maling patchwork vase with two handles. (6in) This vase has an unglazed interior. It has printed Maling marks and impressed number 120. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 680

A Maling galleon plaque. (11in) This plaque is decorated in the galleon pattern with printed Maling marks, painted No 6314, and other impressed marks. It was manufactured in 1936. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 676

A Maling jug and basin set decorated with exotic birds. (2) This jug and basin has rubbing to the gilt rims. The basin has a chip to the underside of the rim and also a glue repair. The pieces have printed Cetem Ware marks, painted numbers 2348 and impressed numbers. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 681

A Maling waisted vase on three gilt feet; and a Maling rosine biscuit barrel and cover. (2) The waisted vase has pink and yellow flowers with green foliage on a light ground, above a burgundy fishscale brushwork body. It has a light green interior with gilt rim and is raised on three gilt paw feet. It has printed Maling marks, painted number 6567 and other printed marks. There is an interior 4in hairline crack, and gilt loss to the rim. The biscuit barrel is of hexagonal form with gilt bosses supporting the swing cane handle. It has red rose and other flower decoration on a lustre ground above a blue fishscale band. It has a gilt rim. The conforming lid with gilt handle is similarly decorated. The lid has been broken right through and re-glued. The barrel exhibits some loss to the gilding. It has printed Maling rosine marks. Estimate: £10.00 - £20.00

Lot: 677

A Maling tapering vase with rippled handles to shoulders, decorated in the anemone pattern with green fishscale body and black crackle border to rim printed Maling marks. (6.25in) This tapering vase is of moulded shape with flared neck having applied loop handles to shoulders, and raised on a moulded foot. It has a green fishscale brushwork to body on a pale grey/green ground. The anemones are pink, blue and yellow with green leaves. Beneath that are panels of cobblestone black and white within arcaded band to rim. The interior is also decorated with green brushwork. It has Maling black printed mark No 6430. Condition-wise it has a small hairline to the neck. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 682

A Maling bowl decorated in the oriental taste. (7in) This bowl is transfer printed with figures, camels and buildings. The interior rim has floral and eastern cartouches. It has printed Cetem Ware marks and painted number 2387. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 678

A pair of early Maling bowls. (9in) (2) These bowls have blue sponged decoration, they have impressed CT Maling marks and have kiln imperfections. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 683

A Maling peony rose cake plate. (11.5in) This rectangular plate with rounded corners has red, purple and yellow peony rose decoration on a lustre ground framed by a red fishscale outer band with gilt rim. It has an inner red fishscale panel with ropetwist border. There are printed Maling peony rose marks. It appears to be in sound condition. Estimate: £10.00 - £20.00

Lot: 687

A Maling peony rose elliptical dish. (10in) This dish has scrolled handles with peony flowers framing a red fishscale panel. It has printed Maling marks and painted numbers 4573. There is rubbing to the gilt rim. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 688

A Ringtons Maling teapot with a hot water jug, having vine decoration. (2) The wheel shaped teapot has a looped handle and short spout. The lid has twin recesses. It is raised on angled feet. The jug has a similar handle and an angled spout. The both have green, brown and blue vine decoration on a white ground and printed Ringtons Ltd Maling Ware marks. The teapot has cracking, and the jug has a 4in hairline crack and a chip to the base. Estimate: £10.00 - £20.00

Lot: 684

A Maling springtime temple jar and cover. (8in) (2) This jar has the polychrome springtime floral band framed by green fishscale brushwork with gilt rims. It has printed Maling marks and impressed number 26. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 685

A Maling Harrods breakfast set. (6) This set comprises two plates, cup and saucer, milk jug, and sugar bowl. The pieces have polychrome floral decoration, spatter gilding and gilt scrolled handles. They have printed CTM and Harrods marks and painted numbers A3096. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 689

A pair of Ringtons Maling chintz jugs. (7.5in) (2) These jugs have wide spouts, loop handles and panelled bodies decorated in the blue, red and yellow floral chintz pattern on a blue pounced-like ground. The interiors are plain except for a blue demi-lune rim. They have printed Ringtons Maling Ware marks and other painted letters. One of the bases has the impressed number 10. One jug has a chip to the outer rim and firing cracks to the base. The other jug is hairlined to the rim. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 686

Two small Maling bowls with handles. (2) The larger of these bowls at 5.25in diameter, is of octagonal form. It has a central polychrome floral medallion framed by a petal rim and blue fishscale band, enclosed by further floral paintwork within a black and white edge with gilt rim. It has two blue shell-like handles with gilt highlights. The exterior has blue fishscale brushwork with a petal rim. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 6452. The gilt rim is badly worn and the exterior base is crazed. The smaller bowl at 4.25in diameter and has overall green spongework with a band of purple, blue, red and yellow peonies to the exterior. It has trophy-like handles and a socle base. There are printed Maling marks and painted number 4565. It appears to be in good condition. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 690

A Maling peony rose shallow dish. (8in) This dish has a gilt rim and handles. There is wear to the red fishscale decoration. It has printed Maling peony rose marks and painted number 6573 Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

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Lot: 691

Three small Maling bowls. (3) This lot has a blue octagonal bowl with gilt rim and gilt shell handles, an octagonal peony rose dish with shell handles number 6502, and a lime green dish with gilt decoration - number 3052. The bowls all show rubbing to the gilding. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 695

A Maling ginger jar and cover decorated with brightly painted gladioli on green fishscale ground. The dome (possibly a marriage) painted with flowers on blue ground. This vase is of baluster form decorated with yellow, pink and blue flowers on a green fishscale brushwork ground. It has printed Maling marks, No 6320. It has an impressed No 26. It has a black border and a small old chip to the rim. The cover could possibly be a marriage, but it came from this deceased estate in this way? It is decorated with purple and pink flowers on a blue ground with green cloud border. The knob finial is unglazed. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 692

Two pieces of New Hall Boumier ware - both signed by Lucien Boullemier; an oval floral dish and a large ginger jar and cover. (2) The oval dish is scalloped. It has printed New Hall marks and apart from crazing, it is perfect. It looks very much like a Maling dish with a gilded rim. It has a circular central medallion and a scrolled frieze decorated with fruit and polychrome floral panels. The ground is of fishscale style lustre brushwork. The ovoid ginger jar and cover is 11.25in high and has New Hall black printed marks and is in perfect condition, with a brightly decorated similar frieze of polychrome fruit and flowers on a black scrolled ground. It has pink fishscale lustre brushwork. The lid is similarly decorated. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 696

A Maling kingfisher plaque. (11in) This plaque has the kingfishers on a light brown ground with black dashed rim - printed Maling marks, painted No 697 and impressed marks. Estimate: £80.00 - £100.00

Lot: 697

A Maling peony sandwich plate. (10in) This plate has peony flowers on a blue brushwork ground, with two embossed handles. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 6540. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 693

A Maling cheese dish and cover in the vine pattern. (2) The dish has printed Cetem Ware vine marks, and painted number 2934. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 698

A Maling anemone entree dish. (11.25) This dish has had restoration to the rim. It is also hairlined. The dish has pierced oval handles, embossed scrolling and floral brushwork on a red fishscale ground. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 6534. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 694

Four Maling pin trays. (4) This lot has peony rose, blossom foliage 6481, springtime - 6525, and another blossom foliage - 6482. Estimate: £10.00 - £20.00

Lot: 699

A Maling peony rose sandwich plate. (10.25) This square plate has a scalloped edge and embossed handles. It has red, purple and yellow peony rose decoration on a green spongework ground. It has

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printed Maling marks and painted numbers 6505. There are two small chips underneath the rim. Estimate: £10.00 - £20.00 medallion and frieze of crocus flowers brightly painted in purple, yellow and blue on grey background. It is in perfect original condition. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 700

A pair of Maling azalea elliptical dishes. (2) These dishes have embossed scrolled handles, gilt rims and pink azalea flowers around green fishscale panels. They have printed Maling azalea marks and painted numbers 6597. The dishes show paint loss to the fishscale panels. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 705

A blue Maling gilt handled floral vase. There is a suspicion that this vase is hairlined. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 5688. Estimate: £80.00 - £100.00

Lot: 701

A shallow Maling peony rose dish. (8in) This dish has embossed foliate handles. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 6506. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 706

A Maling crocus bowl. (8.5in) This bowl has polychrome crocus flowers framing a red fishscale band - printed Maling crocus marks number 6438. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 702

A Maling bathroom set - jug, basin, chamber pot and brush pot. (4) These pieces have Cetem Ware marks and painted numbers 9209. They are decorated with polychrome floral brushwork on a white ground with green cobblestone and seaweed bands. The rims have green and gilt decoration. There is some loss to the gilding. The jug has hairline cracks, as does the basin which is heavily crazed to the base. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 707

A Maling tapering red dragon vase. (8.5in) This lustre vase has a tapering body with a concave moulded rim. It sits on a moulded foot. It is decorated with gilded dragons and clouds in the oriental taste with diaper bands to shoulders and rim. There is some wear to the red lustre glaze. It has printed Maling marks and painted numbers. It could do with a clean but otherwise it is perfect. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 703

A Maling butterfly/peony plaque. (11in) This plaque has a small chip to the side of the rim. Printed Maling marks, painted number 6503 and impressed 1947 manufacturing mark. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 708

A Maling springtime dish. (8in) This dish, with embossed handles and gilt rim, has springtime flowers framing a green fishscale band. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 6524. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 704

A Chelsea shaped Maling crocus bowl. (8.5in) This a good crocus bowl and it is in perfect condition apart from crazing. It has printed Maling crocus marks, No 6438. It is decorated with pink fishscale brushwork with a central

Lot: 709

A Maling godetia pattern dish. (8in) This dish has floral embossed handles with gilt rim. The gilding is rubbed and there is a chip to the underside of the rim. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 6567.

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Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 715

A Maling patchwork vase. (8.5in) This vase has blue, red and yellow brushwork in the storm style with gilded rim. It has printed Maling marks. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 710

A Maling inkwell with liner. (5.5in) (2) This inkwell with ceramic liner is decorated with blossom foliage on a green ground, framed by white beaded borders with purple band. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 2754. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 716

A Maling springtime deco bowl. (9in) This bowl with green fishscale panels has three angled feet with gilt lines. It has printed Maling marks and numbers 6524. There appear to be firing imperfections to the base. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 711

A Maling pink Chelsea shape bowl, decorated with peoneas and butterflies. (8.5in) This bowl is decorated in pink fishscale lustre with a frieze of peony flowers to the rim beneath a black and gilt lozenged line. The interior is similarly decorated with a central panel of peony flowers and butterflies. There is little wear and it is in good condition. Printed Maling marks No 6151. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 717

A Maling trio. (3) These pieces have gilt rims framing green and red floral swags. The pieces have printed CTM and Sons marks and painted numbers 3215. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 712

A Maling kingfisher plaque. (11in) This plaque has the kingfishers on a dark blue ground -printed Maling marks, painted number 6305 and impressed numbers. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 718

A Maling chinoiserie oil lamp, also made for electric. (11in) (2) The pieces have polychrome floral decoration on a black ground, with green and red scrolled bands. The main lamp body is hairlined and has rubbing to the gilt rims. The removable reservoir has brass mounts. This piece has printed Cetem Ware marks and printed registration number 659996. It has painted number 347. It has chip to the rim. Estimate: £80.00 - £100.00

Lot: 713

A Maling floral dish. (8in) This dish has embossed handles and a gilt rim which is rubbed. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 6451. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 719 Lot: 714

A Maling peony rose dish. This dish has embossed handles with a gilt rim. It has printed Maling peony rose marks and painted nunber 6571. Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00 A Maling blossom bough entree dish. (11.25in) This dish has pierced oval handles. It has a gilt rim that is rubbed and slight chipping to the underside of the rim. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 6565. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

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Lot: 720

A Maling empire pattern part dinner service. (A lot) This lot includes three graduated ashets, a small tureen and cover with standish, and thirty one various plates. They have printed Cetem Ware empire marks and registration number 519757. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 724

A Maling floral plaque. (11.25in) This plaque has blue flowers and green leaves framing a red fishscale band - printed Maling marks and green painted number 4545. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 721

Two small Maling bowls, one in the Rosalind pattern. (2) The 4.25in diameter Rosalind bowl has polychrome enamel floral decoration to the transfer printed interior with a demi-lune and harebell gilt rim. The bowl's body is light green. There are printed Maling Rosalind marks and painted numbers 6545. It is in good condition apart from loss to the gilding. The other bowl, 5.25in diameter, has more polychrome floral paintwork on a sepia ponced-like ground, both to the interior and exterior. There are printed Maling marks and painted numbers 6527. The exterior base is crazed and there is gilt loss to the rim. There are also some firing imperfections. Estimate: £10.00 - £20.00

Lot: 725

An oval Maling golden spray pattern bowl. (10in) This bowl is in perfect condition. It is decorated with autumn leaves on a lemon/green lustre ground. There is some rubbing to the gilding. It has printed Maling golden spray marks. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 726

A Maling watermill plaque. (11.25in) This plaque has several chips to the underside of the rim printed Maling marks, painted number 6313 and impressed marks and numbers. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 727 Lot: 722

A Maling vase and a basket vase in the peony rose pattern. (2) These vases have red, blue and yellow peony floral bands with green leaves framed by burgundy fishscale brushwork. The basket vase has a light green interior. Both have printed Maling peony rose marks, with painted numbers 6573. They have gilt rims. The over-hanging handle on the basket vase appears to be sound. There is some scratching to the burgundy paintwork on the larger vase. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00 A Maling blue and white pagoda bowl. (9.5in) This bowl with scalloped edge has embossed scrolling around a panel decorated with eastern figures and buildings. It has impressed Cetem marks and impressed numbers 1909. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 728

A Maling garland pattern bowl. (10.5in) This bowl with red fishscale decoration is hairlined, and has two chips underneath the gilt rim which is slightly rubbed. It has printed Maling marks and printed number 6451. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 723

A Maling arcadia tureen and cover; together with a Maling rose plate. (2) The tureen has printed arcadia CTM marks and registration number 236585. The rose plate has printed CTM triangle marks. It has piercings for wall hanging. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 729

A circular Maling clematis pattern dish; and a small Maling pink floral bowl. (2) The dish is 4.25in and is in the clematis pattern. It has black printed clematis marks No 6501. The exterior is pink fishscale lustre brushwork with a similar central panel framed by a

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band of polychrome flowers on black ground. It has a gilt rim. The other dish is 5in and also has pink fishscale lustre brushwork. The central medallion and frieze to the exterior are decorated with pink and green flowers on a pale green lustre ground. It has gilding to the rim. It has printed Maling marks. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00 lid has a chip and crack, while the body interior is crazed and stained. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 734

Two pieces of commemorative Maling. (2) The first piece is a 1935 Maling Silver Jubilee beaker having sepia portraits of King George V and Queen Mary with royal armorials and Northumberland County Eductaion Committee titles to the reverse. It has impressed numbers 2085 and the rim is well rubbed. The other is a Ringtons Maling Ware 1937 Coronation tea caddy. There are sepia portraits of the King and Queen framed by polychrome royal armorials. The rectangular body has canted corners with two scrolled handles. The lid is similarly decorated. The caddy has hairline cracks through the body and base. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 730

A Maling blue and white bowl. (8.5in) This bowl has a transfer image of eastern figures, buildings and a camel framed by anthemion and gilt bands. It has printed Maling marks and impressed numbers. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 731

A Maling blossom plaque. (11in) This plaque, with polychrome floral band and blue fishscale brushwork, has printed Maling marks and rubbed painted numbers. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 735

A Maling Sunderland lustre monkeys courtship bowl. (6.25in) This chipped and hairlined bowl has monkey courtship transfer printed image and ditty with impressed CT Maling marks. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 732

Two Maling bowls, one of quatrefoil form, the other shell moulded. (2) The quatrefoil bowl is 10.25in long with a pink interior. The exterior has a polychrome floral band above a fishscale base. There are printed Maling marks and painted numbers 6614. The gilt rim has all but disappeared. The other bowl at 5.25in has a waviform gilt rim and oval pink body with shell embossing to the ends. It has a socle base.There are printed Maling marks with an impressed 'X'. The bowl is in good order. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 736

Two Maling floral entree dishes. (2) The elliptical dish (10.25in) has embossed scrolled handles with gilt rim. It has several chips to the underside of the rim. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 6551. The other dish (11.25in) has pierced oval handles, and a scalloped gilt rim which is rubbed. It has printed Maling marks. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 733

A Ringtons Maling chintz teapot and cover. (9.5in) The teapot is of hexagonal form with loop handle, and the conforming lid has a bud finial. It is decorated with yellow and red flowers, green leaves on a blue ponced style ground. It has printed Ringtons Ltd Maling Ware marks with reg no 768024 with Ringtons monogram to the lid interior. The

Lot: 737

A Maling butterfly bowl. (8.5in) This bowl has polychrome butterflies, hanging lanterns and "jazz" panels on blue sponged ground. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 5738. The bowl has rubbing to the gilt rim, and is hairline cracked as it does not ring well.

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Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 742

A Maling daisy entree dish. (8in) This dish has a chip underneath the rim. It has printed Maling marks and painted numbers 6516. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 738

Three Maling Tyne & Wear museum publications; and a signed Douglas Gray book titled Introduction to Maling Ware. (4) Four good Maling publications. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 743 Lot: 739

A Maling bowl decorated with exotic birds on black ground. (7.25in) This bowl is crazed to the interior and there is also a hairline. Printed Cetem Ware marks and painted number 2634. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00 A Maling peony rose pierced handled dish. This dish has blue/purple peony roses on dark blue ground. There is a chip to the underside of the rim. It has printed Maling marks and painted number 6506. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 744 Lot: 740

A Maling tea service with two sandwich plates, eight side plates, eleven saucers, eight cups (one damaged), bowl and jug. (A lot) This set has scalloped rims and scrolled gilt handles, with red and orange flowers on a plain ground with spatter gilding. It has printed CTM marks and painted numbers 43087. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00 A Maling clematis pattern elliptical dish. (10.25in) This dish has clematis flowers framing a green fishscale panel. It has printed Maling clematis marks and painted number 6500. The rim is slightly damaged at one of the handles. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 745

A Davidsons amber cloud glass art deco bowl on stand. (9.5in) This has an overhanging rim with a faceted body to the bowl, raised on moulded foot. It sits on a stand with three feet and circular moulded platform. The only damage that we can see is a little chip to the inside of one of the feet. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 741

Two pieces of Maling - a boat shaped bowl and an elliptical bowl. (2) The boat shaped bowl has a stepped bow. The body is ribbed with green leaves and red blossom, on an oyster lustre ground. It stands on four shaped feet. It has printed Maling marks and a painted 'A'. Apart from crazing to the base and wear to the feet, it appears to be in good condition. It is 10.25in long. The elliptical bowl has polychrome floral decoration on an oyster lustre ground. It has scrolled handles and a gilt rim. There are printed Maling marks and an impressed 'F'. There is some loss to the gilding. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 746

A Strathearn glass vase. (8in) This vase has a wide mouth with a shallow waisted neck decorated in a grey/green mottled colour and a tapering main light green body framing a polychrome floral/foliate band. The indented base has welldefined pontil with the fish ladder mark. The vase does not appear to have any major defects. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 747

A pair of cut glass vases with silver mounted rims. (10.25in) (2) These vases are of inverted bell form with ribbed and prismatic cut bodies, circular panels and elaborate star cut circular bases with makers initials CM and Co. One of the mounts is loose and the hallmarks are slightly rubbed, but there is no apparent chipping. Only scratches to the standing bases. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 751

A large art nouveau blue glass moulded vase. (15.5in) This vase is most unusual. It is a blue moulded vessel applied with rippled glass decoration. It is heavily moulded and supported on three similar moulded stylised feet. There is no damage or chips as far as we can see. A heavy piece of decorative glass possibly French. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 748

A large nineteenth century glass comport. (8.5in) A shallow bowl with scalloped rim above cut oval panelled band, supported on a faceted baluster column on socle. There is ground out pontil mark. There is the odd small chip to the rim. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 752

A pair of nineteenth century Bristol blue glass decanters and stoppers of mallet form. (10.5in) (2) This is a nice pair of decanters with flat topped stoppers. They are of a good blue colour with moulded rings to their necks. In fact they are not quite a pair, one being slightly darker than the other, and the other having a heavier stopper. One has a small piece glued into the rim. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 749

Six heavy, thick cut, glass bowls. (4.25in) (6) These bowls with thick rims have etched foliate bands above deep cut ovals and star bases. There is the very odd small chip to the interior rims, and a suspicion that some chips have been 'ground out' in the past. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 753

A Mdina glass vase. (4.5in) The blue vase has a flattened aperture above a thin waisted neck. The main bulbous body with green/brown seaweed style decoration has internal bubbles. The base has a smoothed out pontil mark inscribed Mdina, with an applied Mdina Glass Malta label to the body. It appears to be in fine condition. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 750

Six pieces of nineteenth century mixed glass, art glass, decanter, etc. (6) This lot has a nineteenth century green ribbed wine bottle converted to lamp base (12.75in); a pair of milk glass bud vases with scalloped rims and ribbed and flowerhead cut bodies with embossed numbers and marks to bases (one has a chipped rim) (9in); an art glass amber bottle with verval vallauris mark over pontil mark (7in); a bell decanter with fluted body, no stopper (9.5in); and a mallet shaped decanter with stopper with a two ring neck and faceted panelled body. (13.25in) Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 754

A tall cut glass water jug; and a cut glass sweetmeat dish on column. (2) The jug is 11in high with a thick applied tapering handle. It is overall cut with facets with rectangular hobnail panels with a similar frieze around the neck and foot. The body is engraved with foliage and it has a star base. The sweetmeat dish is circular and cut with a frieze of linked foliage between oval beaded lines. It sits on a baluster shaped column body with a circular foot. It is 4.75in high. Both these items are in perfect condition. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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An art glass vase moulded with two doves on frosted ground supported on angled plinth, signed Verlys. (12.75in) This glass vase is 12.75in wide and moulded in relief with two doves on a frosted ground. It is grubby. The angled plinth base is chipped to one corner. There is an engraved signature to the base which looks like Verlys? Apart from a chip to the base it is just dirty and needs cleaning. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 760

Fourteen armorial teaspoons, mainly silver. (14) This lot consists of eleven Birmingham hallmarked silver teaspoons with armorial finials to Dumfries, Norwich, London, etc. Together with three other spoons - a Sheffield hallmarked Durham spoon and two gilt European spoons. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 756

Miscellaneous hallmarked silver spoons, sugar nips, etc. (8) The spoons are Newcastle hallmarked with pointed bowls. The twisted handled spoons are not hallmarked and could be plate? The maker appears to be Thomas Robson circa 1827. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 761

A hallmarked silver salver, decorated in the Lindisfarne pattern with four scrolled feet Birmingham. (6.5in) This is a presentation salver given in 1987. It has a scalloped border, embossed in the Lindisfarne pattern and it is raised on four scrolled feet. It is in perfect condition. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 757

A silver crown dish, a limited edition complete with certificate London 1977. (4in) This dish comes in its original box and with its certificate. It is a commemorative piece with a certificate reading "Crown Dish" and it is numbered. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 762

A hallmarked silver ashtray; a hallmarked silver bun shaped snuff box; a cased set of six hallmarked teaspoons; and a silver cigarette case with leather mounts. (4) These are all useful hallmarked silver items. The ashtray is square with four recesses. The cased set of spoons have chevron decoration to the handles. The cigarette case is red Moroccan leather with hallmarked silver mounts. The snuff box has a silver gilt interior, and is by Walker and Hall. It is hallmarked to the interior. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 758

Seven pieces of assorted silver. (7) This lots consists of: a posy vase with scalloped rim, tubular body with swag decoration on a filled base, bent, hallmarked London 1899; a London 1901 spoon and fork; a London pair of sugar nips (rubbed marks); an engraved napkin ring, hallmarked Chester 1917; and two mustard spoon hallmarked Birmingham 1896. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 763

A glass inkwell with silver mounts. (3.5in) This glass circular inkwell has a star base with applied silver mount and lid with floral scrolled decoration. It is hallmarked London 1896 to maker WC. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 759

A cased set of six fruit knives with silver hallmarked handles. These knives with curved blades have silver hallmarked handles for Sheffield 1904, with makers mark HF. The handles have embossed trailing foliage in the art nouveau manner. They are in good condition.

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Lot: 764

Two cases of flatware; and a cased manicure set. (A lot) This lot has a cased set of six tea knives with ivorine handles. The collars are Sheffield 1920 silver hallmarked with makers initials JY. The other cased set have shaped reeded handles with engraved harebells and the handles are hallmarked Sheffield 1918 with initials JDWD. Both sets of blades are plated. The boxed manicure set contains two pairs of scissors, which appear to be plated, a glass powder bottle with hallmarked silver lid, a silver mounted file and other implements.The pieces have Birmingham 1931 hallmarks. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 768

Victorian mother of pearl fruit knife with Sheffield hallmarks, decorated with foliate engraving; and a hallmarked silver mother of pearl bookmark with thistle collar. (2) Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 769

A hallmarked six-division toastrack raised on lozenge moulded frame with ball feet Birmingham. (5.5in) This toastrack is well hallmarked. It has cloverleaf style partitions and handle, above a rectangular lozenge moulded base, raised on four ball feet. In perfect condition. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 765

A Scottish pebble silver bracelet, with buckle and panels decorated with foliate scrolling. (8in) Estimate: £70.00 - £90.00

Lot: 770

An Eastern silver embossed bowl with serrated rim; and an Eastern silver matchbox case. (2) The bowl is 3.75in diameter and embossed with a frieze of stylised Buddha style figures in lotus panels. It is raised on a tubular foot. It has minor dents and doesn't appear to be marked. The matchbox case is of similar Eastern silver. This has struck marks to the base. The lid is moulded in relief with stylised Eastern figure in scalloped oval panel. The box exhibits minor dents. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 766

Six silver teaspoons. (6) These spoons are hallmarked Sheffield 1901 to the maker A and D. They have foliate engraved stems and ends, and the letter "B". The bowls and ends are curviform. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 771 Lot: 767

Three pieces of silver: a beaker; sugar sifter; and a knife. (3) The beaker with flared rim and circular foot is hallmarked Sheffield 1979 and has makers mark BES Co. It is 3.25in tall with engraved initials. The sifter, at 8.25in, is of octagonal panelled form and hallmarked London 1913. Makers mark R and WS. The knife is marked Sheffield 1970 and has a waviform blade with shell scrolled handle. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00 A silver plated coffee pot. (8.75in) This coffee pot has an angled ebonised handle, hinged lid with fluted decoration and knop finial. The waisted neck is above a basal gadrooned band. It has impressed Northern Goldsmiths Newcastle-upon-Tyne marks with further impressed marks and numbers. It is in good condition. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 772

Three hallmarked silver decanter labels - Sherry, Madeira and Whisky. (3) The Sherry label is rectangular rounded with a foliate shell scrolled rim. It is Birmingham 1977 hallmarked and hung on a chain. The Whisky label is oval with foliate scalloped

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rim. It is also Birmingham hallmarked for 1978 with makers name of DH & S. It is also on a chain. The Madeira label is in the form of a leaf, with the Madeira title pierced. It is hung on a heavier chain and is much older, being hallmarked for London 1840 with makers letters CRGS. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00 decoration, a cogent plate salver with pierced gallery rim, a tureen and cover with beaded decoration, and a hot water pot on a stand with burner below. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 778

A silver and turquoise collarette with rectangular linked panels supporting fifteen elliptical leaf shaped drops - 925 hallmarked. Estimate: £70.00 - £90.00

Lot: 773

A hallmarked silver twin division stamp case, with engine turned rectangular panel and sliding drawer mounted with turquoise button. (2in) Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 779

A rectangular hallmarked silver RAF card case, with black ribbon lining, dated 1917. (3.5in) Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 774

Six Danish enamelled coffee spoons. (6) These spoons have marks for Denmark sterling 925. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 780

Two hallmarked silver decanter labels, sherry and whisky, with chains. (2) These two rectangular labels are both clearly hallmarked Birmingham 1971 with makers mark AM and Co. They have foliate borders. They both exhibit some scratching, particulary the sherry example. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 775

A hallmarked silver ladies pin box. (4.25in) This has foliate scrolled overall decoration with a gadrooned rim to the lid. The box is of bombe form with silver gilt interior. It is hallmarked Birmingham, 1901. It is in good clean condition with minor denting. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 781

A set of four George III hallmarked silver tureens and covers, Robert Garrard London 1805, with gadrooned rims and mouldings, supported on fluted stands with ball and claw feet complete with burners. (11in x 8.5in x 6in) (4) These four tureens and covers are numbered and engraved with family armorial to the hallmarked silver dishes. The armorial consists of a mermaid above a banner. There are good well struck marks to the dishes. However, the covers appear to be silverplated. They each have loop handles with wingnut screw fittings, and the stands are also silverplated. They are of reeded form, with fine ball and claw feet joined by crossed stretchers holding the burners. A handsome

Lot: 776

A pair of hallmarked Georgian Newcastle silver dinner forks - 1 gm. (8.5 in) (2) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 777

Miscellaneous silver plate including a coffee pot, bowl, salver, etc. (A lot) This lot consists of a coffee pot with fluted body and ebonised handle, a bowl with crimped rim and lozenge panels with foliate

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set of four early tureens and covers. Estimate: £3,000.00 - £5,000.00 Estimate: £10.00 - £20.00

Lot: 785 Lot: 782

A Japanese silver panelled brooch with a pair of matching earrings decorated in the aesthetic taste; together with a silver plated cigarette case. (4) The brooch and pair of earrings are good bits of solid silver, although not hallmarked. They are all made up of central panels of birds and bullrushes with symmetric borders. The bands separating the decoration are silver gilt. The earrings are almost miniatures of the main brooch. The main brooch has a locket style oval back with a hinged pin. It comes with a 3in silver plated cigarette case, still with original Players cigarettes in it. There is some rubbing to the decoration, which is in a similar Japanese aesthetic style. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00 A pair of silver plated Victorian coasters with gadrooned rims; a silver plated teapot of ball form, engraved with foliage; and an oval silver plated breadboard stand with scrolled handles. (4) The silver plated coasters are in perfect condition. The teapot has a pineapple finial and is generally in good condition, supported on three pierced foliage moulded scrolled feet. It has impressed marks. The breadboard is 14.5in wide. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 786

Miscellaneous hallmarked silver including tablenapkin rings, spoons, mother-of-pearl handled fruit knives, a coin case, a cigarette case, a blue enamelled ladies dressing table set, etc. (A lot) There are four good tablenapkin rings, all hallmarked although one is a bit dented. One is rectangular with rounded ends and has engine turned panels. There are three hallmarked silver teaspoons and one caddy style spoon in the form of a shovel with bone handle. The cigarette case is shaped and Birmingham 1927 hallmarked. The coin case is in the form of a watch, with engine turned decoration, having a sprung interior. The two fruit knives are both in good condition with hallmarked blades. There is a serving knife and fork with hallmarked embossed handles. There is also a small mustard spoon. Finally there is a three piece ladies dressing table set with blue odeonesque enamelling, circa 1930. A good mixed lot of family silver. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 783

A hallmarked silver salver. (8.5in) This circular salver with scalloped reeded lip is raised on four ball and claw feet. It has makers initials J.D. & S. and is Sheffield 1904 hallmarked. It has impressed numbers 86904 with a further mark on the underside edge. Apart from needing a good polish to the underside it is in good condition. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 784

Two button hooks with silver hallmarked handles; and an engraved hallmarked cigarette case. (3) The button hooks both have tapering steel shafts with terminal hooks. One of the handles has foliate scrolling framed by knot bands. It is hallmarked Birmingham 1911 with maker L S and Co. The other handle is hallmarked Chester 1913, has foliate scrolling around vacant cartouches and cross-hatched panels. The cigarette case measures 3in x 2.25in and has a piano hinged lid with engraved initials and foliate scrolling. The interior is hallmarked Chester 1910 with makers initials J and K Co. The case has a few dents.

Lot: 787

A pair of small late Victorian pierced oval bonbon dishes Chester, 1897. (3.75in) (2) These two dishes are of oval scalloped form with scrolled decoration alternating with ribbon bows. They have pierced borders around a horseshoe shaped central panel, and each is raised on three ball feet. Overall they have minor denting, but are otherwise sound.

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Estimate: £70.00 - £90.00 somebody who is downsizing. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 788

An eastern hinged silver belt buckle with five figural panels (7.5in); and another eastern silver belt buckle with a pair of square embossed panels of immortals on scrolled ground (5in). (2) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 793

Nine pieces of hallmarked silver scent bottles, hand mirror, clothes brushes, etc. (9) The glass scent bottle has hobnail cut panels and a repousse floral engraved lid. The glass stopper is present but the lid is off its hinges. It is hallmarked Birmingham 1901 with makers initials WD. There is a glass panelled powder-bowl with engine turned and initialled lid hallmarked Birmingham 1924 with maker WN Ltd. There are two Mappin and Webb brushes with engine turned decoration, hallmarked Birmingham 1953 and London 1954. Finally there are four hair/clothes brushes and a hand mirror hallmarked Birmingham 1946 with makers initials. The mirror has lost some of its silvering. The pieces have cut corners and have engraved line decoration. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 789

Ten pieces of silver flatware. (10) All these pieces are hallmarked Birmingham 1901 with makers mark E and Co Ltd. There are three forks, five dessert spoons and two serving spoons, all of which are engraved "B". Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 790

An unmarked silver toddy ladle with ebonised handle. (14in) This ladle has a plain bowl and shaft joined to ebonised handle with central spiral turnings and silver terminal. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 794

A Victorian silver plated spirit kettle on stand with burner. (3) The spirit kettle has a hinged lid and ebonised handle. It has a dedication plaque "From The London Primitive Methodist Womens Foreign Missionary Society". Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 791

A European silver money box of baluster form, having hinged lid with slit surmounted by a dog, the body engraved with foliate decoration - European marks. (4.75in) This is struck with two European silver hallmarks. There is slight denting to the foot. It is engraved with a frieze to the bulbous body and round the escutcheon. The lock is in working order. The bun shaped lid has a slit to the top which is currently covered by a mount with a dog. This mount appears to be hinged? An unusual piece of silver. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 795

A silver hallmarked pill box; and a 9ct pierced gold cross. (2) The circular pill box with lid is hallmarked Birmingham 1926. It is dented and pushed in at places. The open work gold cross has a hook and six oval panels set with glass stones. The bottom panel is slightly misshapen. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 792

Miscellaneous silver plate including a bead moulded rectangular tureen and cover, a tapering coffee pot, a cake basket with swing handle, a sugar caster, etc. (A lot) This is a good miscellaneous lot of mixed silver plate. It came from

Lot: 796

Five pieces of silver flatware (5) This lots consists of two small pickle forks, the trident ends hallmarked for Birmingham 1902 with initials H & T, with tapering stems and mother of pearl handles; a childs feeding set, hallmarked Birmingham 1940 and initialled B.Ltd, the tapering

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stems in the deco taste; and a sugar sifting spoon halmarked Sheffield 1868 with makers mark of RMEH, the gilt bowl with reposse fruit decoration below a chased tapering stem and rounded terminal. The lot is all in good condition. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00 Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 801

An eighteenth century silver toddy ladle. (13in) This ladle has a scalloped bowl with floral foliate scrolling. It appears to be hallmarked for London 1749 with makers mark JM. It possibly has a later handle which does not appear to be marked. The piece is shiny. Estimate: £250.00 - £300.00

Lot: 797

Miscellaneous silverplated flatware including cased sets of teaspoons, dinner set, two spoons, etc. (A lot) Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 802

A Russian silver jug with engraved decoration, having pierced foot and embossed handle. (3.5in) This has Russian silver marks to the base. It has a shaped spout and a tapering body engraved with a circular panel. It has a frieze of crosshatching beneath the rim. The handle is embossed with drapes and foliage. It is in perfect condition. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 798

A silver gravy boat; and a silver plated teapot and sugar tongs. (3) The gravy boat has a wide spout, scalloped rim and acanthus carved, scrolled handle. It is raised on three hoof feet with shell decoration. It has impressed Northern Goldsmiths Company marks and is Birmingham 1935 hallmarked. Estimate: £10.00 - £20.00

Lot: 803

Miscellaneous hallmarked silver Albert chains and pieces of watch chains; and a sterling silver medallion on a fine chain. (A lot) Two of these Albert chains appear to be in perfect condition. The rest of the lot consist of pieces of chain that have come apart with bits of links, T bars and clasps. There are also five hallmarked silver rings from pocketwatches. The fine chain with medallion is marked sterling and dated 1853 beneath the crest with a treble cleff below the scrolled panel. A good mixed lot of miscellaneous silver pieces. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 799

A boxed Northern Goldsmith hallmarked silver christening set; and a cased silver bowl. (2) The christening egg cup and spoon has Birmingham hallmarks in a Northern Goldsmiths company case. The second piece in the set is shaped like a sugar bowl with leaf moulded decoration to the exterior having two lugs to the moulded rim. The base reads "Silver deposit sterling silver mounts on nickel silver Sheffield made". Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 804 Lot: 800

A silver plated coffee pot. (11.75in) This pot has a hinged lid with pineapple finial above foliate and beaded bands. The tapering body has floral swags and masks and basal band of acanthus leaves. The spout and handle also have acanthus decoration, with two bone rings to the latter. It is all raised on a bead and acanthus decorated socle. A pair of Georgian silver hallmarked forks. (7.5in) (2) Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 805

A pair of Victorian silver plated coasters with treen bases. (7.5in) (2) These coasters are grubby, but otherwise sound. They have bead moulded rims around pierced friezes with Maltese Cross style circular medallions. The cavetto has slits above the ringed treen base with a circular central convex silver plated medallion. They have original baize linings underneath. They have no apparent makers name. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

central golfer figure by a spillvase has lost his club. The other figurine of a golfer is intact, but his club is bent. It sits on an ebonised circular column plinth. The three pieces of hallmarked silver consist of a three handled loving cup dated 1935 with Birmingham hallmarks, a trophy cup and cover dated 1939 with Birmingham hallmarks, and a larger hallmarked trophy cup with circular golf medallion. A good miscellaneous golfing lot. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 806

A hallmarked silver ring box on four feet. (4in) This kidney shaped box with purple velvet interior has a hinged lid engraved Westoe Tennis Club JPS 1912. It is raised on four pierced legs with hoof feet. The hallmarks are for London 1911, with makers initial WC. In general good order. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 810

A nineteenth century silver plated tea caddy. (6in x 4.25in x 4in) This is an unusual caddy and possibly continental? It has a slightly domed lid and canted sides. It has an interior with two hinged compartments. It could possibly be pewter? All the sides, lid and interior compartments are decorated central lozenge scrolled foliate panels on a similar scrolled ground, having corners decorated with birds, figures, and stylised emblems. The base is marked with an oval monogram SF. The base has further numbers stamped into it and monograms. It is in good condition. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 807

An eighteenth century English silver quaiche, with hardwood handles. (12in) This has two angled handles, mounted onto ferrules either side of the bowl. The bowl itself is hand hammered, with a lozenge moulded cavetto framed by a rolled rim. It sits on three hoof feet. It has London hallmarks and the maker appears to be EC. General minor denting. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 811

Six silver teaspoons. (6) These spoons have pointed terminals and tapering reeded stems. They are Sheffield 1946 hallmarked, with makers mark H.F. & Co. They are in very good condition. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 808

A three piece silver plated teaset by Garrard and Co. (3) This is a good silver plated set with gadrooned moulded rims and angled trophy style handles. The bodies are of oval form, and they have the stamp of Garrard and Co, registered Regent Street marks. A quality three piece set. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 812

A hallmarked silver frame embossed in relief with scrolling, birds, swags, flowers, and masks, having vacant cartouche to top, raised on easel stand Birmingham. (13in). Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 809

A golf-related lot - hallmarked silver trophy cups, a silver plated golf stand, and another silver plated trophy of a golfer. (5) The largest item is an inkstand, but it is very distressed. It looks as if it is by James Dixon and Son. The

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A hallmarked silver tazza. (8in x 6in) This piece has a scalloped edge to the shallow bowl supported on a baluster stem raised on a socle. There are rubbed hallmarks. The stem is dented and "off the straight" and the piece does not sit very well. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 819

A circular Scottish segmented pebble brooch with hinged pin to verso (1.5in); and another silver pebble brooch mounted with claw set amber stone (1.25in). (2) Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 814

A Victorian silver jasper cameo ring, the panel depicting a classical maiden. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 820

A 9ct gold bangle. (3.25in) This wrist bangle is clearly hallmarked to the diamond faceted body. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 815

An oval carved cameo ring depicting the bust of a centurian, on 9ct gold band. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 821

Miscellaneous jewellery including two cased silver pocket watches, cufflinks, costume jewellery, an albert chain, studs, tie pin, etc. (A lot) One of the pocket watches has a folding outer case and hallmarked inner case.It has an enamelled dial with a secondary dial and Roman chapters. It is attached to a silver plated albert chain. There are a lot of studs in this lot, some rolled gold. There is also a pair of silver cufflinks. The jewellery is mainly beadwork and faux pearls. There is another silver plated albert chain with a novelty link construction forming a tube? The other cased hallmarked silver pocket watch is numbered and has a similar enamelled dial with secondary hand. The outer case is marked Bavaria. The inner case is hallmarked. A good mixed lot that came from a deceased estate. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 816

A 9ct gold cameo brooch. (1.5in) This oval brooch has a cameo carved with the three muses in a clearly marked 9ct gold band, with hinged pin to the verso and hook ring. The gold band is slightly dented to the left hand middle. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 817

An 18ct gold ruby and diamond ring. This ring has a central claw set ruby flanked by two small diamonds and two further rubies in a pierced mount, on an 18ct gold hallmarked band with scrolled angled shoulders. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 822

An 18ct gold five diamond ring. This ring has a central claw set diamond flanked by four smaller diamonds in a pierced mount on an 18ct gold hallmarked band, with angled ribbed shoulders. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 818

A large cubic zirconia 18ct gold cluster ring of oval form, with central blue stone framed by ten faux diamonds. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 823

A Victorian hallmarked seed pearl 9ct gold brooch, with applied ropetwist and bead decoration, the shaped panel having central diamond in a star framed by a circle of pearls. (1.75in) A good nineteenth century gold brooch. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 828

A square aquamarine panel ring with four claw-set stones in rectangular mount, having pierced shoulders on a hallmarked band. A good clean ring in the deco style. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 824

A Victorian 15ct gold ruby and diamond ring, having rectangular inlaid panel with three stones flanked by scrolled gold shoulders. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 829

A gold eternity ring, threequarters inlaid with pave diamonds, the band stamped 585. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 825

A 9ct gold wedding band. This is clearly hallmarked to the plain band. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 830

An 18ct gold diamond ring, with seven claw-set diamonds in an 'almost half' round setting, with angled shoulders to hallmarked band. Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 826

Three bar brooches, one 15ct gold. (3) The 15ct brooch has a flower with ball and claw set stone and a small single pearl mounted on a scrolled bar; another has an aquamarine framed by small pearls on open and tapering panel; and the third brooch has a central bead framed by two pierced, beaded and scrolled circular panels. These last two brooches do not appear to be hallmarked. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 831

A Victorian 9ct rose gold Mizpah ring, the tapering band hallmarked. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 832

A Baltic amber necklace, made from graduated pieces. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 827

Two oval carved cameo brooches; and a 9ct gold cameo ring. (3) The largest brooch depicts an artist at an easel, and is in a 9ct gold ropetwist frame. Apart from minor dints to the edge, it is in perfect condition. The smaller brooch has a beadmoulded frame, and is carved as a bust of a lady. The frame is not hallmarked, and it could be gilt metal? The gold ring is like a signet ring, carved with a female head to the circular panel. It is of small size.

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Lot: 833

An 18ct gold sapphire and diamond spray brooch; and a large Victorian agate brooch with pierced scrolled border. (2) The 18ct gold spray brooch is 2in long and has six claw set sapphires and leaves mounted with diamonds, framed by waved ribbon gold bands. It is Birmingham hallmarked, and has a hinged pin to the verso with a safety chain. It is in perfect condition. The agate brooch is 2.25in long. It consists of an oval polished agate panel framed by scrolled and ball-mounted pierced borders, having a hinged pin to the verso. Not hallmarked, but almost certainly gold. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 838

A cherry amber necklace with graduated oval amber beads. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 839

Two hallmarked gold rings; and a hallmarked bar brooch with a single pearl. (3) This lot has a 9ct gold ring with broken band having a square inset red panel; a 15ct gold hallmaked ring with a small diamond in a square panel, flanked by two rubies in diamond shaped panels; and a ropetwist style bar brooch hallmarked with what appears to be 'CT', with a single central mounted pearl. Three good pieces of jewellery. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 834

A sapphire and diamond ring with claw set sapphire mounted with diamonds as a flowerhead on a 9ct gold hallmarked band. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 840

Two gold bracelets. (2) One bracelet has gold and silvered open linked bars with an 18ct hallmarked clasp and safety chain. The other 9ct bracelet has a chain link band joined by a heart shaped locket and safety chain. The links are all hallmarked as is the 9ct locket. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 835

A 9ct gold ruby and diamond dress ring, in the form of a clawset raised flowerhead. This is a good dressy ring which came from a deceased estate. It has a central diamond and six other diamonds below it. The ring is bordered by pink rubies, as is the central raised stone. The band is clearly hallmarked. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 841

An 18ct gold diamond ring, with five graduated claw-set diamonds to band. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 836

A French jet collarette with five circular bead panels joined by rectangular shields, mounted with black ribbon. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 842

A Victorian filigree blue glass necklace with five oval stones in scrolled mounts; and a similar fine Victorian necklace with three green stones in scrolled filigree mounts on fine chain. (2) Two good quality Victorian necklaces. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 837

An 18ct white gold diamond ring. This ring has two bands of nine diamonds on an 18ct hallmarked shank. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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Lot: 843

A 9ct gold Longines dress watch, on hallmarked chain strap. We have the receipt for this watch in the box. It has a chain strap and a rectangular rounded dial. The dial is marked Longines Quartz Swiss-Made. A good ladies dress watch. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 848

A contemporary moonstone ring, the stone in naturalistic setting on hallmarked silver band. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 844

A silver marcasite necklace, with flowerhead links having leaf and floral central pendant. Estimate: £70.00 - £90.00

Lot: 849

An 18ct gold diamond and ruby ring. This ring has an oval ruby flanked by twin pairs of small diamonds and two other rubies, on an 18ct gold band with angled ribbed shoulders. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 845

An oval 9ct gold coral cabouchon dress ring, with claw set stone. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 850

An 18ct gold diamond half eternity ring, set with 11 diamonds. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 846

An 18ct gold three diamond ring. This ring has three claw set diamonds in a pierced mount, on an 18ct hallmarked band with tapering shoulders. Estimate: £80.00 - £100.00

Lot: 851

An 18ct gold ruby and diamond cluster ring of oval form, the band hallmarked. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 847

Two 9ct gold pendants. (1.5in) (2) One of the pendants has a pierced and scrolled hallmarked frame with three leaves framing an aquamarine above a single drop aquamarine. There is a ring hook and fine gold chain which is slightly damaged. The other pendant, which is hallmarked to the chain hook, is modelled as an open framework teardrop with central peridot framed by four small pearls, with oval drop peridot below. There is a fine link chain also to this piece. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 852

Miscellaneous costume jewellery including faux pearls, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, brooches, coins, a locket, rings, etc - some gold and silver. (A lot) This lot came from a deceased estate and is a good general lot of jewellery. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 853

An 18ct gold opal ring. This hallmarked 18ct gold tapering band has a claw set opal flanked by raised shoulders. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 854

A Victorian 'D' shaped mahogany dressing table. (41.75in x 18.5in x 29.5in) This has lost its superstructure, but it is a good Victorian dressing table. It has a 'D' shaped moulded top above a frieze with central drawer. The drawer is mahogany lined. It is supported on fluted turned tapering columns with a shaped platform below. It is raised on ceramic casters with brass cappings. The top is a little faded but otherwise it is sound. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 858

A Victorian carved oak library table. (30.25in x 49in x 31in) This table has rectangular canted top above long frieze drawer, with foliate carved frieze supported on twin bollection carved acanthus columns with scrolled shell carved legs, the ends joined by scroll carved moulded stretcher. The top of this table has been cleaned. It has an egg and dart moulded rim above a foliate carved frieze. It has lion mask corners and aprons carved with scrolling, having fluted drop finials. The ends are supported on twin bollection carved columns with acanthus decoration, and it is supported on scrolled legs carved with shells. The two legs are joined by a rounded platform stretcher with further scrolled lozenge, bead and leaf carving. The table is oak lined and has a thistle carved wood handle to the drawer. A bit rickety, with ring marks to the top and a crack to the top, but otherwise a quality table of its kind. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 855

A set of four boxwood inlaid Edwardian dining chairs, with pierced carved splats, stuffover sprung upholstered seats and square tapering legs. (4) These chairs are not of the best of quality, being probably stained birch. They have pierced carved splats, inlaid with a bright stringing. The seats are currently in green velour and are of stuffover sprung upholstery. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 856

A handknotted Turkish rug with geometric hooked gulls on fawn field, framed by border of pink and orange hooked motifs on blue ground within green and red barberpole stripes. (71in x 42in) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 859

A globe vernica style glazed bookcase bearing label This is a good 1950s glazed bookcase in the globe vernica style. It has three glass doors which open forwards. It comes in three sections, the stepped base section being higher. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 857

A Victorian mahogany supper table with later alterations. (47.5 x 35.5 x 29.75in) This table has a moulded oval top above a plain frieze supported on a turned bulbous column with tripartite shaped legs with floral pounced ground panels to the knees and feet. It is raised on brass cappings and pot casters, with a turned central drop finial. The top has the odd scratch and there is the odd bit of missing veneer to the frieze. The catch does not work. The finish is slightly 'sticky', especially to the base. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 860

A mahogany pembroke table. (39.75in x 42.25in x 29in) This table has a rectangular moulded top with two rule jointed drop flaps having rounded corners. The leaves are supported on knuckle jointed gates. There is a single frieze drawer with knob handle, and it is raised on ringturned tapering legs with brass cappings and casters. There is the odd missing bit of veneer around the drawer. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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Lot: 861

A pair of oak arts and crafts chairs. (2) These chairs have pierced top rails above three further pierced slats framed by stiles having scroll carved finials. The stuffover upholstered seats with brass studding are supported on square tapering legs with angled feet. They are in sound condition. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

movement to them, and one leg shows historical woodworm. The upholstery is a bit tired. A comfortable, elegant chair. Estimate: £80.00 - £100.00

Lot: 865

A pair of American composition Regency style gilt wall plates. (32.5in) (2) These are not old but are very decorative. They are cast in the Regency style, with ribbons above lyres and trumpets with floral and laurel leaf style swags above tassels. They are not old, and date from 1958 and have a makers name of Syrocco Made in USA, number 4760. One has an old repair. They are very decorative. Estimate: £10.00 - £20.00

Lot: 862

An Edwardian beech metamorphic childs high/pushalong chair. The high chair has a folding feeding tray, footrest and potty receptacle, hinging to form a push-along chair with four spoked iron wheels, with further tray having a painted panel of ships with two rungs of coloured balls to the sides. This cleverly designed chair needs repolishing, and the wheels have not got a particularly free action. There is a suspicion that the axels are slightly out of kilter? Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 866

A mahogany and gilt circular mirror. (17.5 dia mirror plate.) The bevelled circular plate is framed by a mahogany veneered band enclosed by gilt foliate borders. The external diameter is 23.25in. There is an applied label to the verso Atsonea Products. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 863

A set of six oak chapel chairs. (6) These chairs have fielded panel back rests with inset carved central lettering. The recessed tablet top rails are flanked by plain stiles with acorn style finials. The tapering seats are above plain friezes with scrolled spandrels. The recessed column legs are raised in tapering block feet and joined by rectangular stretchers. There are presentation plaques to the backs. There is some splitting to the back panels and there is a looseness to some of the joints, but basically a sturdy set of chairs. Two back legs have pieces missing at the bottom, and some of the seats need re-gluing. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 867

A William IV mahogany hall chair. This chair has a scrolled heartshaped back panel above a spoon-shaped seat, supported on ring-turned tapering legs. It has had woodworm in the past and there is the odd piece of wood to the back panel that has been chipped off. One of the back legs has been repaired in the past. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 868

A Victorian mahogany turn-overtop tea table supported on ringturned tapering legs. (24in x 17.75in x 29.5in) This is an original turn-over-top tea table. The 'D' shaped twin flap top is made from single pieces of mahogany with rounded corners. The back leg hinges on a knuckle joint. It has a plain veneered frieze with canted corners and supported on ring-turned tapering legs. It looks as if it is in its original finish. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 864

A simulated rosewood upholstered armchair. This chair has an upholstered back panel above scrolled arm supports with padded elbow rests above a sprung stuffover upholstered seat raised on baluster ring-turned legs with brass cappings and pot casters. The arms have a little

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An elm wheelback windsor chair with shaped arms, supported on turned legs. This wheelback chair is circa 1900. It has a solid elm adzed seat and shaped arms and is in the original finish. It has a pierced wheel splat and is supported on turned legs and stretchers. A good characterful chair and a little wobbly. However it is definitely not period. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 872

An Anglo-Indian circular carved occasional table on four elephant legs joined by cross-stretchers, the curved trunks mounted with carved urns. (32in x 26in) This is a very heavy table, most probably Indian. It has a carved frieze to the top of intertwined foliage with birds and figures within a leaf carved border. It has a circular central medallion with three figures and further leaf carved floral borders. The legs are carved as elephants with ivory trunks, and they are joined by twisted snake stretchers centering on a platter. The curls of the trunks each contain an ointment style vessel of fluted form. A very fine table, but needs repolishing. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 870

An Edwardian mahogany towel stand with four rectangular rails, the supports inlaid with satinwood banding. (30.25in) This is a good quality towel rail and slightly better than your average. The column supports are inlaid with satinwood banding, framed by boxwood and ebony stringing. The columns are supported on shaped legs. The rectangular rails are rounded at the top, and the two end columns have shaped block finials. A good quality towel rail. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 873

A Georgian mahogany washstand with square tray top cut for bowls, supported on square column legs with platform below containing an oak lined drawer. (13.75in x 13.75in x 30.25in) This Georgian nightstand could do with a bit of repolishing. It looks to be in original condition, with cockbeaded oak lined drawer mounted with brass ring handles. The square column legs are chamferred on the inside and there is evidence of it having crossed stretchers at some stage. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 871

A late Victorian carved oak mirrorback sideboard. (72in x 74in) This oak sideboard has been in the same family for generations. It came from a large house in the Scottish borders. The back has a moulded ogee cornice above a bevelled mirror flanked by shelves. The back is carved with scrolling and fluting with channel stiles and rails. It has a further two bevelled mirrors beneath the display platforms. The base has a rectangular moulded top above a central frieze drawer with open compartment below framed by scrolled carving. Below that are two plain fielded panelled cupboard doors. The sides both have frieze drawers and scrolled carved panels. The whole piece is framed by fluted and moulded rails and stiles and is supported on turned feet. The brass handles all look to be original. It is of a golden mellow colour. Condition-wise there is a slight blemish to the central mirror plate but otherwise it is sound. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 874

Eight reproduction Hepplewhite style mahogany dining chairs. (8) These chairs have pierced splats with shaped top rails. There are two carvers and six single chairs. They have regency style green and floral striped seats. The arms to the carvers are shaped, and all the chairs are raised on square tapering legs with spade feet. A good long set of chairs, but they are reproduction. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

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A small Victorian walnut overmantel mirror. (27.5in x 16.5in - external) This cushion framed walnut mirror is crossbanded in satinwood framed by boxwood and ebony stringing. It has a tunbridge banded border around a gilt slip, and the plate looks to be original. It sits on a moulded plinth with two white porcelain knob feet. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 879

A George III oak corner cabinet with moulded dentil cornice above a fielded panelled door enclosing shaped shelves, with fluted stiles, mounted with brass 'H' hinges. (28in x 16.5in x 40in) This is a nice corner cupboard, although the door is split. It has an interior with shaped pine shelves and is of general good mellow colour. The door is dowel jointed and it is a nice clean small corner cupboard. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 876

A circular Edwardian mahogany jardiniere stand with tray top. (14in x 37in) This is an original Edwardian jardiniere stand with a circular moulded tray top. It has a plain frieze. It is supported on square column legs with splayed feet. The legs are joined by a waisted square platform stretcher. In its original finish, a sound Edwardian piece circa 1900. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 880

A single nineteenth century barback dining chair with carved joining rail, having drop-in upholstered seat raised on fluted turned tapering legs. This chair has had repairs to the curved top rail and at the junction of the stiles. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

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An oak sword chest. (36.25in x 13.25in x 18in) This chest has undergone many repairs especially to the lid. The inside lock is missing and it is raised on stile like feet. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00 A late nineteenth century cane seated ebonised ivory inlaid armchair with loose cushions. This chair has bobbin-turned rails and stiles with armrests and elbow pads raised on bobbin supports. The canework seat is supported on bobbin legs with brass cappings and pot casters. The top rail has pot ball finials. The elbow pads and loose cushions have horsehair stuffing. One of the arm-rests needs regluing, as does a finial. There is a slight amount of woodworm. The upholstery is very tired. There are recessed circular panels missing from the front legs. The chair requires some attention and restoration. Provenance of ex Congreve family, Ireland. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 878

A late Victorian rosewood side cabinet.This cabinet has a rectangular moulded boxwood inlaid top with swan-neck upstand centred on a finial with pen and inlaid foliate decoration. The inlaid styles flank a panelled door with cornucopia and foliate penwork and bone inlay. The bottom door panel is glazed enclosing three shelves, all raised on square tapering legs with shaped apron. There are a few pieces of missing inlay, especially to the front door panel. Otherwise the piece is in sound condition. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 882

A Victorian mahogany washstand with shaped back to rectangular top, raised on turned tapering column legs. (36.25in x 18in x 34.5in) This is a good nineteenth century washstand in its original finish. The top is a bit marked. It has a plain frieze and it is supported on turned tapering legs. It has a nice shaped dovetailed upstand to the top. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

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A late Victorian walnut nursing chair raised on turned legs with brass casters. This chair has an arched back carved with a central roundel above a row of gallery spindles. The back upholstered panel is flanked by channelled stiles. It has small carved arms raised on squat turned columns above a long sprung seat. It has a bowfronted reeded seat rail and is raised on ring-turned tapering legs with brass cappings and casters. Some of the ring turnings and mouldings to the chairs are ebonised which would suggest it is in the aesthetic taste. It is a good solid chair but obviously the upholstery is later. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

plinth with two white porcelain knob feet. There are minor losses to the slip that borders the plate. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 887

A mahogany Edwardian inlaid chair. The chair, having boxwood inlay with curved top rail above three pierced splats, has inlaid shaped supports framing an upholstered seat raised on inlaid tapering legs. The chair has some splitting to the splats. Estimate: £0.00 - £0.00

Lot: 888

An Edwardian inlaid mahogany captains style armchair. This chair has a rectangular rounded and shaped back inlaid with chequered boxwood and ebony stringing, having bow arms supported on twin pierced splats. The corner posts are turned tapering columns. It has a drop-in needlework upholstered seat. The front chair rail is similarly inlaid with chequered boxwood and ebony stringing and it is raised on pad feet. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 884

A Vicotorian mahogany two-door wardrobe. This is a good nineteenth century wardrobe. It has flamed veneered doors with an angled cornice and a high plinth. The doors are mounted with knobs and it looks as if it has the original brass locks. It probably has been converted from a triple combination wardrobe at some stage, as the cornice and plinth show signs of alteration. It also has a later mirror attached to the back of one of the doors. The interior has the original turned pegs. A good clean nice wardrobe that came from a deceased estate. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 889

An oak framed tapestry firescreen with a woolwork panel of a galleon. (29.75in) This has a pierced top rail with a handle, and a rectangular tapestry under glass. It is fairly faded and it is on splayed feet. Estimate: £10.00 - £20.00

Lot: 885

A Victorian walnut side chair. The chair has a foliate scrolled top rail framed by reeded stiles and rails enclosing a pierced splat with carved harebells. The sprung stuffover upholstered seat is raised on ring-turned legs. The chair need re-upholstering. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 890

A Victorian mahogany three door combination wardrobe with moulded angled cornice above panelled doors enclosing a fitted interior with sliding linen shelves and drawers, the doors mounted with knob handles, supported on a high plinth. (78in x 23.5in x 80in) This is a good combination three door wardrobe. It came from a house in the borders. It has an angled cornice above an interior with right hand door enclosing a hanging space, and left hand doors enclosing a full set of shelves and drawers. It sits on a plinth. Condition-wise - there are some missing pieces of veneer here and there, and the

Lot: 886

A Victorian walnut overmantel mirror. (28.5in x 16.5in - plate) This cushion framed walnut mirror is crossbanded in satinwood framed by boxwood and ebony stringing. It has a tunbridge banded border around a gilt slip, and the plate looks to be original. It sits on a moulded

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odd chip, but it is basically sound. The corners of the doors are rounded. Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00 clean piece of reproduction furniture. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 891

A nest of Edwardian mahogany tables with oval top supported on square column legs. (3) This is an Edwardian nest with an oval top, and two other smaller rectangular shaped tables. The three tables are all raised on square column legs with mouldings. The legs are joined by rectangular stretchers. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 895

A 1930s Jacobean style oak bureau, the panelled fallfront revealing a fitted interior with drawers and pigeonholes above two geometrically moulded drawers, supported on barleytwist legs and stretchers with bun feet. (29in x 19in x 42in) This is a good clean bureau in original finish circa 1930. It has applied bead moulded decoration to top with a reentrant panelled fallfront. It has brass hinges. The two panelled drawers have oak linings and are supported on a stand with plinth, raised on barleytwist columns with bun feet, joined by similar barleytwist stretchers. All in good condition with original brass drop handles. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 892

A late Georgian mahogany teatable. (35.5in x 35in x 28.5in open) The teatable has a rectangular moulded twin top above a frieze with boxwood stringing and tunbridge banding. The tapering legs have further boxwood inlay with shell paterae at their tops. A back leg opens on a knuckle joint. The top surface has a lot of staining and marking with an inset repair at the back corner. The bottom leaf has two similar repairs.. There is also signs of slight warping and there is some missing veneer to the back corner of a side frieze and the veneer to the front frieze is beginning to lift. The carcase has some repairs in the past. An honest table. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 896

A Wylie and Lockhead of Glasgow late nineteenth century walnut bedside cupboard, with reeded door and gallery upstand. (15.25in x 14.75in x 34.5in) This is a good clean solid bedside cupboard with a shaped gallery upstand flanked by fluted columns with spade finials. It has a square moulded top above a panelled door with channelled stiles. It encloses two shelves and is raised on shaped bracket feet. It has original brass patent ball closure and is stamped Wylie and Lockhead Glasgow to the back with the number 67054. A good clean bedside cupboard. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 893

An Edwardian mahogany twodoor medicine cabinet. (13.5in x 13.75in) This is a plain little cabinet with two doors mounted with knob handles. The shelf is later. It is of dovetailed construction with a polished back. There is a little bit of moulding missing along one side. A useful little cabinet. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 897

A late Victorian mahogany oval dining table with spare leaf, having wind out telescopic action, supported on cabriole legs with pot casters. (59in x 36in x 28.25in - extended) Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 894

A Chippendale style mahogany settee, with twin chairbacks carved with pierced splats beneath acanthus rails. This settee has shaped scrolled arms above a damask upholstered seat raised on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. An elegant

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Lot: 898

An early nineteenth century mahogany chiffonier. (50.5in x 18in x 59in) This piece has a rectangular moulded top with gadroone carved edge above two cushion moulded frieze drawers, each having baize innings, above three cupboard doors with central fabric panels, framed by fluted columns. The rectangular plinth base raised on turned bun feet. The chiffonier has a raised two platform top with acanthus scroll carving and two gothic arched cupboard doors framing open compartment. In generally good condition although the fabric panels have seen some alterations. Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 902

A 1950s mirror. (24in x 13.75in) This rectangular bevelled mirror has rounded corners and an arched top. It has petal decoration to the top corners and shell-like securing plates. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 903

A floral rug on a brown ground. (97.25in x 88.25in) This rug has a central floral medallion on a blue ground framed by polychrome floral branches on a brown field with scalloped floral spandrels, framed by a continuous floral border on blue ground enclosed by further foliate bands. The carpet has a general faded appearance, but does not appear to be holed. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 899

A nineteenth century mahogany 'D' shaped hall table. This has a 'D' shaped top with a reeded edge above a flame veneered frieze. It is supported on chanelled square tapering column legs with moulded block feet. The top has been repolished and there are various repairs evident. It has possibly been the end piece of a dining table, as there are brass catches beneath the table. A handsome table. Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 904

A Georgian style mahogany dining table by Brights of Nettlebed, with satinwood crossbanding and spare leaf on twin barrel columns and tripartite legs with brass cappings and casters. Estimate: £100.00 - £120.00

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An oak draw-leaf refectory table supported by pierced lyre ends joined by a thick rectangular stretcher on sledge feet. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00 An eighteenth century carved oak court cupboard, with later additions. (57in x 20.75in x 81in) This cupboard has a scroll carved cornice and apron supported on ring turned baluster spindles in front of back panel carved with central figure flanked by lozenges containing floral medallions. The back panel and side panels are all framed by scroll carved rails. The central section contains three drawers flanked by cupboards and decorated with foliate scrolled carving. The stiles of the middle section are carved with caryatid columns in a similar style to the figure in the top section. The base is of dresser form with three frieze drawers above cupboards, all carved in a similar manner with scrolled rails and stiles. The door panels of the base cupboards are naively carved with a man and woman - she holding her hands in the air, and he holding scales and shepherds

Lot: 901

A handknotted Afghan rug. (59in x 33.5in) The brown field is woven with a honeycomb style panel framed by lines of horses in orange and mocha on a fawn ground, within a frieze alternating with arrows and helical lines with hooked borders. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

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crook. It sits on stile feet with an arcaded carved bottom rail. The carving to the sides is of gadrooned form. The piece is dowel jointed and we would suggest possibly 'made up' from panelling? But certainly 'made up' pre-nineteenth century. Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00 Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 909

A George IV satinwood washstand with two frieze drawers on standard supports, joined by turned stretcher with batten feet, buns and cup casters. This piece has had some alterations to the top. It has a shaped upstand above a rectangular moulded top with two frieze drawers below. The drawers are mounted with brass ring handles. The top is supported on rectangular supports with scrolled and quarter round shaped spandrels above batten feet. The feet are supported on buns with cup casters. The piece is all oak lined and generally in very good condition. It is of a particularly good pale colour. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 906

A Victorian walnut overmantle mirror with tunbridge banding and gilt slip. (36in x 21in) This overmantle mirror has a rounded cushion moulded frame enclosing a rectangular plate, the plate looks to be original. The frame is crossbanded, the inner band is of multicoloured tunbridge inlaid woods. Some bits of veneer are missing and it is generally in reasonable order although requires some restoration. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 907

A Victorian mahogany chest of drawers, with two short and four long graduated drawers mounted with knob handles, raised on turned feet. (46.5in x 20in x 51.5in) This is a 'rough' chest. It needs restoring. It has a rectangular single piece top above a plain frieze. It has two short and four long graduated drawers mounted with original knob handles, with inlaid diamond shaped escutcheons. It is raised on turned feet. There are pieces of timber missing on the top and on the edge, as well as to the fronts of several of the drawers. It would restore well. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 910

A set of four late nineteenth century mahogany chairs. (4) The chairs have waviform top rails and plain column stiles framing waisted pierced splats with foliate carving. The drop-in upholstered seats are in friezes and are raised on cabriole legs with pad feet. The chairs are basically sound with evidence of old glue repairs to the side rails. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 911

A Victorian mahogany library table with rounded ends, supported on plain frieze with fluted turned tapering legs. (66in x 45in x 27.5in) This table has lost its brass cappings and casters from its feet. However it looks to be a genuine table although the top has at some stage been stripped and refinished. It has a three plank rectangular moulded top and is supported on fluted turned tapering legs. It is a plain and elegant table but needs restoration to the top and obviously the casters need to be replaced. It is Gillows in style. Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 908

A large Bavarian oak sideboard, the rectangular top with plate grooves above three frieze drawers and three cupboards mounted with iron scrolled locks, the piece supported on shaped stile legs, panelled ends. (102in x 22.5in x27.5in) This is a very heavy sideboard from quite a large country house and the current vendors have had it for 50 or 60 years. It is of dowelled jointed construction and roughly hewn. It looks as if has been limed? A monumental piece of country furniture - very solid and very heavy.

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Lot: 912

A large early Victorian mahogany glazed bookcase with two cupboards, having applied scroll carvings supported on a rectangular plinth. (63.25in x 20in x 95in) This is a handsome cabinet in its original finish. It has an angled cornice above a plain frieze. It all has finely chosen mahogany flame veneers. The top section has adjustable shelves to the interior. It has twin arched glazed doors with applied acanthus carved corbels with scrolling to the three pilasters. The base has similar arched panelled doors enclosing a fitted interior with adjustable shelves. It sits on a plain plinth. The whole piece is of good glowing colour and came from a large house which people have downsized from. Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

Lot: 915

A large Victorian mahogany inverted breakfront mirror-back sideboard. (84.75in x 27.75in x 63.5in) This mirror backed sideboard has the original plate in pierced carved scroll moulded frame, with central pierced crest. The rectangular top has an inverted central section, with three frieze drawers. The pedestals each have arched panelled doors, one enclosing three drawers. The corners of the cupboards are mounted with scrolled moulded carvings. It sits on a plinth with projected rounded corners. The back of the kneehole is panelled. A large sideboard of good quality, and in original condition, with oak lined drawers, original locks, etc. One of the locks in a side cupboard has been replaced, otherwise it appears to be sound. Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 913

An antique mohair rug woven with a floral peacock style medallion in a paisley shaped brown field with urns, foliage and Cyrillic style panels in pale colours. (46in x 72in) This carpet could do with a thorough clean, but it is otherwise a quality carpet with a silk sheen. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 916

A nineteenth century mahogany bowfronted sideboard. (42in x 22in x 30.25in) This is a good early nineteenth century piece of furniture. It has a single piece bowfronted mahogany top above a central frieze drawer. The frieze drawer is above a shaped arched apron and it is flanked by two deep drawers with original brass locks. The drawers are all mounted with brass rosette knob handles. It is supported on turned tapering baluster columns. The drawer edges have ebony bandings and all the drawers are mahogany lined. It could do with a bit of repolishing but otherwise sound. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 914

A Victorian pine two door panelled wardrobe. (52.25in x 20in x 81in) This wardrobe is stained and in its original finish. It has a concave cornice above two panelled doors enclosing an interior with hanging space, with original brass rail and porcelain mounted knobs. The base has two drawers fitted with brass military handles. It sits on a plain plinth. Some general damage and repairs would be necessary as it is scuffed, but basically sound. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 917

A nineteenth century turn-overtop tea table, the twin flap top supported on hinged back leg, above an inlaid frieze on square tapering legs with inlaid tablet tops. (35.5in x 18in x 9.5in) This is a good early Victorian table with a turn-over-top and it all looks to be in its original condition and polish. The back leg hinges on a knuckle joint to support the turn-over-top. Some veneer is lifting and it is inlaid with boxwood stringing. The legs are plain and square tapering, and have inlaid rectangular

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panels to the tops of the legs. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 921

A Victorian carved walnut coal scuttle cabinet with pierced upstand and brass handles, having foliate carved fielded panel door enclosing an interior with zinc liner, raised on casters. (15in x 14.5in x 31.5in) This is a good coal scuttle cabinet in original condition. The carved door reveals an interior with zinc liner, and it has a shaped apron. The shaped sides have moulded edges and it is mounted to the sides with good brass handles. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 918

A late Victorian walnut marble top dressing table. (24in x 26.25in x 33.5in) This dressing table was used as a pedestal desk in the house that we cleared from a deceased estate. It is hard to tell whether the marble is original to the base? It has a pink variegated marble top above a frieze containing three panelled drawers. The pedestals each have fielded pannelled cupboards. The brass handles are all original and the drawers are divided by anthemion carvings, and there are ribbon carvings to the doors. It sits on a moulded plinth base with casters. A good piece of late nineteenth century walnut. The marble top could have had an upstand on it as it has drilled holes. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 922

An American carved spindleback armchair, with embossed leather seat raised on turned legs. This American chair looks as if it is in beech. It has a press carved shaped and deep top rail supported on slender spindles, flanked by baluster-turned columns. It has shaped arms, similarly raised on spindles. The seat has a red embossed circular panel with brass studding. All in original finish. There are signs of old repairs, and a slither of wood is missing from the back of the seat but otherwise it appears to be sound. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 919

A Victorian rosewood nursing chair. This chair has two inlaid top rails with a central inlaid oval panel and turned gallery spindles above a pierced floral splat inlaid with ribbons and bugles framed by inlaid stiles and rails, above a stuffover sprung upholstered seat raised on ring-turned tapering legs with brass cappings and pot casters. There is the odd piece of missing inlay especially to the top oval panel, and the upholstery is a bit tired. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 923

A pair of late nineteenth century rosewood chairs. (2) These chairs have reeded stiles and rails framing quarter round spandrels and a carved tablet above an arched rail and three acorn-like drop finials. The sprung stuffover upholstered seats are raised on tapering fluted ring turned legs. One of the pair has a split to the side which has been filled, otherwise they are sound chairs. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 920

A late Victorian bobbin-turned upholstered stool. This stool has a floral linen rectangular padded seat supported on spindles, raised on ring-turned tapering legs and stretchers. It has a stained finish. We would suggest late nineteenth century. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 924

A large rectangular rug woven with floral and animal motifs. (11.25in x 87in) This rug has six diamond layered panels with leaf and animal emblems on an ink blue ground, framed by other miscellaneous animal designs on red ground, all framed by polychrome barberpole and floral bands. The carpet has tufted

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tassels to the long sides, some of which appear to be missing. The carpet does not show signs of any great wear. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 928

A 1950s dining room suite by Barget London. (8) This suite comprises a sideboard, dining table and six chairs. The pieces, with the classic black tapering legs and brass cappings, have vinyl tops, and the chairs and sideboard doors have fabric panels of courting couples etc. One of the sideboard drawers has an applied ivorine Barget label. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 925

A small Edwardian bureau, with fallfront above three drawers, raised on bracket feet. (20in x 17in x 38in) This Edwardian bureau is of fine small size. It is constructed of well figured dark mahogany with satinwood crossbanding. It has a fitted interior with a central drawer and pigeonholes. The fallfront is supported on lopers with knob handles. The drawers are mounted with ring rosette drop handles and it is raised on bracket feet. The drawers are all crossbanded in satinwood. A neat little Edwardian desk. The knobs to the lopers may be replacements. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 929

An elm windsor chair with hooped back above pierced splat, having smokers bow style arms above a solid seat raised on turned legs. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 930

A nineteenth century carved mahogany armchair, upholstered in lemon demask raised on foliate carved cabriole legs. This is a good Victorian chair. It has an arched shell carved back with channelled wings decorated with acanthus leaves. It has stuffover upholstered scrolled arms with further acanthus carving. It has a sprung upholstered seat with similar shell foliate carving to the apron. It is supported on cabriole legs with floral carving to knees. The lemon yellow upholstery is obviously later, and there is evidence of old repairs. But it is generally a good solid seat. It has possibly been on casters at some stage? Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 926

An Edwardian oak chest of drawers with Victorian knob handles. (42in x 20in x 41in) A good oak chest. However it is fairly late - circa 1900. It has a rectangular top above two short and three long drawers. The handles have been changed and it is mounted with Victorian knob handles with inlaid mother of pearl medallions. The stiles of the chest are channelled. We would suggest that it has been stripped and restored and that it has been a darker piece. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 927

A mahogany towel rail. The three top and single middle rails are supported by ring-turned baluster supports with turned finials. The shaped bottoms are raised on ring-turned feet joined by a rectangular stretcher. There are two pieces of moulding missing to the bottom of the supports above the feet. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 931

A large tapestry firescreen in moulded oak frame enclosing a glass panel, raised on block feet. (37in) The floral tapestry is worked in green, blue and brown and is in good order. The oak frame needs repolishing. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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A pair of Victorian mahogany dining chairs. (2) These chairs have spoon like back rails framing pierced carved splats with foliate crests above stuffover upholstered seats, with shallow serpentine fronts above channelled front rails, all raised on ring-turned fluted column legs. The upholstery needs replacing and the chairs could do with refinishing. One of the chairs has a piece of wood missing from the top of the right hand leg. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

carving to the piece and the centre piece is possibly an addition but generally a fine piece of Victorian walnut. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 936

A nineteenth century turn-overtop 'D' shaped mahogany tea table, crossbanded in satinwood and raised on square tapering legs. (38in x 16.75in x 27.75in) This is a good period turn-overtop table. It came from a deceased estate in Warkworth and has a crossbanded top which turns over on the two elm-framed back legs which open on knuckle joints. The frieze is crossbanded in satinwood, and it has inlaid tablets framing the three panels. It is supported on square tapering legs inlaid with boxwood stringing. There is evidence of old repairs particularly to one leg, but otherwise it is a sound table. It is of excellent good and original colour. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 933

A late Victorian mahogany spindleback bedroom chair. This chair has seven gallery spindles to the back, with shaped rounded corners. It has a tapestry upholstered seat and is raised on cabriole legs joined by turned stretchers. An attractive stained chair. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 934

A nineteenth century rosewood occasional table, the rectangular top with canted corners inlaid with satinwood banding, supported on square column legs with shaped feet. (23.5in x 15.5in x 28in) This table could do with repolishing. The rectangular top with canted corners is inlaid with satinwood, with slight lifting to the veneers. A good occasional table. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 937

A large nineteenth century mahogany bowfronted chest of drawers. (47.25in x 22.5in x 51.5in) This is a good bowfronted mahogany chest which came from a deceased estate. The drawers are all cockbeaded mahogany and mounted with small knob handles, and have the original brass locks. It is hardwood lined. The top is slightly overhanging above a crossbanded apron with two short and four long graduated drawers. It sits on turned bun feet, and could do with a bit of repolishing. There is a bit of moulding missing on the sides but otherwise a good sound clean early Victorian chest of drawers. Estimate: £350.00 - £500.00

Lot: 935

A Victorian burr walnut breakfront combination wardrobe with mirrored door, having fitted interior, flanked by cupboards, supported on plinth with turned bun feet. (81in x 25in x 91in) It is a good Victorian wardrobe of good mellow colour with wellchosen burr walnut veneers. It is of breakfront outline. It has a central mirrored door enclosing drawers, 7 in all. The lock has been changed at some stage. It is flanked either side by cupboards with hanging space and original pegs. It sits on a plinth with six turned bun feet. Condition-wise the colour is good. There is some missing

Lot: 938

A mahogany Davrard patent firescreen table, with figural woolwork tapestry panel. (28.5in) This is a good quality table which unfolds to make a firescreen. The stand has square supports and Davrard brass mechanism, together with a Davrard patent label. The stand is joined by a turned stretcher with splayed feet.

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Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 942

A large rectangular gilt framed mirror. (23.5in x 25.5in - plate) This mirror is enclosed in an ornate gilt frame with scroll foliate carvings to the corners around a foliate band. The mirror is of no great age, but it is a decorative piece in good order. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 939

A set of four carved oak dining chairs with upholstered seats raised on turned legs distressed. (4) These chairs came from a house clearance. The top rails are carved with the letters AMC. They have oval scrolled carving and the joining rails are carved with shells. They have stuffover upholstered seats and are raised on fluted turned legs with brass cappings and pot casters. They are distressed, in that some have lost their casters, and one has a loose leg. The white porcelain casters are stamped C & G Patent. The brass caps are also stamped, but it is hard to decipher - it could be Gl** Timmins? The chairs are in the aesthetic taste. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 943

A reproduction mahogany Louis XV style corner cabinet. (25in x 18in x 60in) This cabinet has ormolu mounts with a bowfronted glass door above a classical painted panel. It has a shaped apron raised on stub cabriole legs. It is a good piece of reproduction gear of good quality, but no particular age. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 944 Lot: 940

A Victorian George II style mahogany dining table with two drop leaves, raised on tapering barrel column legs with pad feet. (59.75in x 42in x 27.5in extended) A sound table with the odd ring mark and scratch to the top. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00 A giltwood two-fold nineteenth century screen with glazed panels above ivory floral damask panels, raised on bracket feet. (51.5in high) This is a good quality screen with two rectangular moulded panels surmounted by pierced ribbon crests. It has later gilding. One of the glass panels is cracked. It has three brass hinges with tapestry panels below the glass, and it is raised on bracket feet. The edges are mounted with brass handles. A delicate and very decorative screen. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 941

A circular late nineteenth century cricket table on ring-turned column angled legs, with waisted triangular platform below, supported on turned spindles. (22.5in dia by 25.75in) This is of good golden colour and could possibly be a continental table. The circular solid top is raised on ring-turned angled legs joined by turned spindles supporting a waisted triangular platform. It is certainly nineteenth century and quite an unusual table. The top is of a particularly good colour. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 945

A large Victorian Sutherland table with moulded rectangular top and two drop flaps, raised on ringturned legs with shaped feet having pot casters. (34.75in x 10in x 27.5in) This late Victorian Sutherland table has a rectangular moulded top. It is raised on tapering twin column legs, and the shaped ends are joined by a conforming turned baluster stretcher. It has ceramic pot casters. One of the gates is missing, but apart from that it appears to be in its original condition. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

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An Edwardian mahogany oval mirror. (33.25in x 19.5in plate) This mirror has external oval edge framing a gadrooned carved band around a further mahogany band with inner beadwork. Some of the decoration to the frame seems to have been brown painted. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 947

A small Victorian marble-top chest of drawers. (35.5in x 20in x 36.5in) This is a wellproportioned bedroom chest and it has a white carrera marble-top with moulded edge above two short and two long graduated drawers mounted with original knob handles. The bottom drawer opens with the plinth. It sits on bun feet with brass casters, but one of the bun feet is missing. The chest has rounded corners. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

27.5in) This is a good table, circa 1900, with satinwood crossbanding framed by boxwood and ebony stringing to the top and shelf. It is raised on angled legs which are inlaid with boxwood stringing. It is reasonably sturdy. The top is marked and scratched, but it has an inlay with an oval shell paterae. There is some missing crossbanding pieces and it is a bit 'tired', but otherwise a sound table. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 951

A large Victorican carved mahogany breakfront combination wardrobe. (91in x 21in x 90in) The wardrobe has an acanthus carved moulded cornice with two sidepieces mounted with scrolled carved crests and architectural style tablets. The two sides have mirrored doors. The inverted breakfront central section has an open compartment and two small drawers. Below that is a chest of two short and two long drawers mounted with large brass embossed handles. The whole piece sits on an inverted breakfront plinth. Condition-wise it could do with a re-polish, as one area is a bit blemished. However there are no missing pieces. A substantial wardrobe. Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 948

A rectangular oak cabinet with fielded panelled doors and rising lid, raised on moulded plinth base. (20.25in x 17.5in x 17.75in) This cupboard has cleated rectangular moulded top above fielded panelled doors with similar sides. The two doors open to reveal a plain interior. The top also rises on brass hinges with a crank. It could possibly have been a gramaphone or radio cabinet at some stage. We would suggest circa 1900. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 952

A walnut Dutch style rectangular mirror with shaped top and carved border in cushion moulded frame. (13.5in x 48in plate) This is a good quality mirror with a nice shape. It has an arched top and the inside moulding is decoratively carved. The outside moulding is channelled and it has an oak carcase. It is mounted with four brass wall-fixing mirror plates. One of the back boards is missing. Otherwise a sound mirror. There are imperfections to the glass, but they are not that bad. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 949

A Georgian style rectangular giltwood mirror. (33.5in) This mirror is not old but is quite decorative. The plate is in good condition. It has a ropetwist rim with a pierced scroll crest and terminal. It has possibly been mounted upside down! Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 950

An Edwardian mahogany side table with crossbanded rectangular moulded top inlaid with shell paterae, raised on angled legs with platform joining stretcher. (27in x 15.75in x

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A large Victorian oak combination wardrobe, with breakfront cornice and central mirror door above drawers, supported on a plinth. (94in x 23.5in x 84in) This is a fine piece of Victorian furniture finished in a garnet coloured oak. It has a crest above an ogee cornice and plain frieze. It has a wide central door hinging on pins, revealing an interior with baize lined shelf and brass hooks, with fitted linen slides and real drawers below. Either side of the mirror door are two panelled doors enclosing hanging space. The base has three panelled drawers and it sits on a rounded plinth. All in all, a fine nineteenth century piece in its original finish. It is of a golden oak colour and has applied scrolled corbel carvings to the stiles. No makers name is evident, but the locks are stamped. Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

drawers below have guilloche style carvings with later knobs. The drawers are all oak lined. The panels to the ends look as if they have nineteenth century carving, with foliate scrolled decoration. The piece is all dowell-jointed. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 955

A reproduction mahogany whatnot. This three shelf serpentine fronted whatnot is supported on barley twist columns. The top shelf is framed by pierced foliate carvings with acorn finials, having basal drawer with brass rosette handle, and it is raised on short tapering column legs. This piece is of no great age and is in good condition. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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An eighteenth century carved oak marriage chest, with later alterations. (55.5in x 22.75in x 33in) This is an early large oak coffer, with a rectangular moulded top revealing an interior with candlebox and two small drawers. The top could be later, and obviously the plinth is of much later origin. The front panel is carved with the name 'Joyce Ward Herchen 1720' within a flowerhead scrolled frieze. The main body consists of early panels naively carved with fruit and farmers, with figures including a man on a tree with a bow and arrow. The panel to the left looks like vines, with folk picking fruit and birds in the branches. The panel to the right has birds in the branches with acorn style fruit, and a figure below holding a fan. The central panel has fruit hanging from branches and birds, with a couple and dog to the left, and the figure with the bow and arrow to the right. The three panels are framed by two caryatid style carved female figures, one above the title 'Spes' and the other, with three children at her feet, is titled 'Charitas'. Both female figures have breasts. The whole carving is framed by fruit, scrolling and leaves, with the uprights having circular medallions. The two A handknotted Afghanistan rug having black field woven with urn style motifs, framed by a madder border of Maltese crosses in ivory and orange, the borders with flowerheads within chevron bands. (40in x 79in) Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 957

A nineteenth century stained pine chest of drawers. (47in x 23in x 48.25in) The chest has a rectangular moulded top above two short and three long thick cock-beaded drawers with turned handles, raised on carved bracket feet. This piece also has chamfered stiles. A solid chest. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 958

Six twentieth century oak dining chairs, in the early Georgian style. (6) The chairs have shaped top rails with scrolled drop finials above shaped stiles and broad curved splats. The drop-in upholstered seats are in plain rails, with cabriole legs and pad feet. These chairs have general scuffing to the feet, but otherwise appear sound. A good quality set. Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

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A Victorian walnut turn-over-top D-shaped games table, raised on later square tapering legs. (36.5in x 18.25in x 27.75in) This Dshaped walnut table has a good coloured top inlaid with foliate scrolled marquetry. The moulded top hinges on two halves to form a circle, with baize lining. It swings on a base above a well. The base has a walnut veneered frieze and is supported on square tapering legs. The legs look to be mahogany. It is possibly a marriage, with top put on a later base. There are some missing veneers to the walnut top. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 962

A Victorian mahogany overmantel mirror with tunbridge banding and gilt slip to plate border. (33.5in) This is a good Victorian mahogany overmantel mirror on a plinth. It used to have ball feet. It has a crossbanded border framed by boxwood stringing. The plate has the original moulded gilt slip. The plate shows some scratching and imperfections. It is the original mirror. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 963

A circular contemporary art deco style coffee table, with quarter veneered top supported on ebonised shaped legs above a circular plinth. (23.5in x 24.5in) This circular table is in a deco style, however it is not old. The top sits on curved rectangular column legs with circular plinth below. It has no makers name as far as we can see. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 960

An Edwardian turn-over-top mahogany table, supported on angled blind fretwork carved legs with pierced spandrels, having waisted platform stretcher below. (19.75in x 15in x 25in) This table needs repolishing. It has a turnover rectangular moulded top revolving around a well. The legs are decorated with blind fretwork carving and they have a waisted curved platform stretcher below. It needs restoring. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 964

A large green gold and blue floral Wilton carpet. (161in x 135in) This carpet has central floral medallion framed by scrolled foliate and floral branches on green ground, enclosed by further floral and foliate bands. The carpet has a few very small holes and is showing some wear against the green ground. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 961

A late Victorian carved oak monks bench, with turnover table top forming a seat, with crest carved back and foliate carved front, raised on stile feet. (36in x 15in x 29in) This has a rectangular chisel carved moulded top hinging above a bench with lifting seat, having brass hinges. The bench is supported on channelled stile legs. The sides are carved with rectangular flowerhead panels. The back of the bench reveals an armorial style carved crest with scrolling. In original finish, it is a bit scuffed in places with little bits of missing wood here and there. But basically a sound late Victorian monks bench. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 965

A carved oak dining table, the rectangular top with canted corners with lozenge edge, supported on a chisel-carved frieze above bolection turned columns with sledge feet. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 966

A stained smoker bow chair. The chair with wide curved armrests and shaped back rest above turned spindles and supports, the single piece seat is raised on thick ring-turned legs. It appears to be of elm and oak. It has a "sticky" finish and there have been repairs to the back rail.

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Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 970

A nineteenth century mahogany corner cabinet. (31in x 18.5in x 35.5in) This is a period corner cabinet that has been sitting on the floor. It possibly may have been raised at some stage in its history. It is of a good golden glowing colour and has an interior with two shelves. It has a fielded panelled door with brass knob handle, and has an ogee moulded plinth below. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 967

A Victorian mahogany firescreen with turned column and circular moulded base supporting a rococo pierced scrolled frame, with needlework floral panel under glass. (55in) This firescreen has an urn style finial on a column mounted with a frame having brass collars. The frame is of rococo gesso moulded form around a gilt slip under glass enclosing a floral needlework panel. It has pierced scrolled decoration. With the way the frame is currently mounted, it appears to be upside down. It sits on a baluster tapering column with a circular moulded weighted base that is stamped with the makers name "Wakeling 22 Silver Street". Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 971

An extending Edwardian mahogany dining table with two spare leaves, raised on square tapering legs with spade feet. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 968

A pair of late Victorian mahogany upholstered chairs. (2) These chairs have scrolled reeded top rails and stiles, with wavy pierced foliate carved splats, above sprung stuffover upholstered seats with serpentine fronts, raised on cabriole legs. There is some surface scratching to the legs and splats, but they are sound chairs with a dark finish. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 972

An eighteenth century oak corner cabinet with fielded panelled crossbanded door mounted with brass 'H' hinges, enclosing an interior with shaped shelves. (23.75in x 31.5in) Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 973

A Victorian walnut nursing chair. The chair with foliate carved pediment above pierced foliate carved splat framed by reeded stiles and rails, above a sprung stuffover upholstered seat, supported on ring-turned legs with brass cappings and pot casters. There is some rubbing and scuffing to the pediment, but otherwise the chair is in good condition. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 969

An early twentieth century parlour suite. (3) This suite has a two seater sofa and two armchairs with upholstered shaped backs and armrests above carved rails joined by pierced scrolled foliate supports. The sprung stuffover seats are raised on short shaped legs with brass cappings and pot casters. The bow fronted friezes and shaped arm supports have reeded decoration. The upholstery is tired and the suite needs a complete re-polish. There are some breakages to the pierced supports. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 974

A large walnut framed late nineteenth century firescreen with woolwork tapestry panel of a bird, raised on splayed legs. (34.75in) This has a pierced top rail and square columns to the sides, with acorn style finials. It is raised on splayed legs. The woolwork panel is not in particularly good condition, with a few holes to the backing linen. Otherwise it is all original and of

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good colour. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 978

A dark oak Victorian hall chair. The chair has barley twist stiles with turned finials and pierced foliate carved crest framing a central pierced leaf carved splat framed by channelled column. The tapering seat, with engraved corners and central roundel, is raised on block and turned legs joined by barley twist stretchers. This chair is coming apart at the top and also is missing some wood to the back. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 975

An early nineteenth century mahogany chest of drawers, with small drawers flanking a deep drawer having three graduated drawers below, supported on bracket feet. (46.25in x 21.5in x 41in) This is a good neat looking chest which came from a deceased estate in Eyemouth. It has a rectangular top above a central boxwood-strung drawer which is flanked either side by two small drawers. All the drawers are cockbeaded. The chest looks to be oak lined with original locks and the knobs also look to be original. Below the top section of drawers are three graduated drawers. It has a shaped apron and is raised on bracket feet. It looks to be in its original colour and its original finish. Condition-wise there are chippings to the veneers here and there, but otherwise sound and would restore very well. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 979

An early twentieth century rosewood nursing chair. This chair has an arched central top rail above shaped stiles framing a central splat enclosed by twin splats with oval panels, above a serpentine fronted sprung upholstered seat raised on tapering column legs and spade feet with brass cappings and pot casters. This chair has the odd surface mark but is sound. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 976

A George II style mahogany spider leg drop-leaf table. (57in x 35in extended) This we would suggest is a late nineteenth century example of a Georgian style table. The top is supported on turned spindles with gate legs which are on pad feet. It is in its original polish and finish with rectangular rule jointed flaps. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 980

An early 20th century oak hallstand. (73.5in) This stand has a circular platform top with four brass pegs. It possibly had had some alterations. The three tapering square column supports have three further brass pegs, a central joining boss and a pierced brass foliate ring which looks "later". The bottom support has central hole for the zinc drip tray, having numbers and Made in England marks. It is all raised on three angled legs. A sturdy piece with later alterations. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 977

A Victorian carved mahogany chiffonier. (46in x 19in x 39.5in) This chiffonier has a rectangular top with cushion moulded edge above a cushion moulded long frieze drawer. It has hardwood linings. The two panelled doors below enclose an interior shelf and are mounted with foliate carving framing the panels. The doors are flanked by applied acanthus carvings and it sits on a plinth with bun feet and casters. It looks as if it has been revarnished, and the front is a bit 'sticky'. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 981

A stained Edwardian bookstand. This bookstand has two shelf compartments. The edges are inlaid with boxwood and ebony and it is supported by a pair of pierced shaped ends on splayed feet. The piece is structurally sound but could do with refinishing. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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A Victorian oval carved mahogany mirror, with bevelled plate in foliate scrolled frame. (29in x 23.5in - external) The bold relief carving is intact, and the top and bottom crests are complete. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 987

A nineteenth century mahogany chest of drawers. (49in x 22.75in x 52in) This is a substantial mahogany chest with a rectangular moulded top above two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers. The drawers are mounted with classical oval plate handles. The chest is pine lined and contains its original brass locks with blue lining paper. It sits on bracket feet. Generally a good chest, although the top has a bit of blemishing and could do with repolishing. Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 983

An oak box chair. This nursing type chair has wide platform arms upholstered back panel and brass studding raised on turned feet and casters. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

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A mahogany gun cabinet with moulded cornice above glazed door enclosing a baize lined interior with later shelves, having cartridge drawer below. (30in x 10.75in x 60.25in) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00 A nest of three rectangular Edwardian mahogany crossbanded tables. (3) The largest of these tables has a tray top. All are crossbanded in rosewood, framed by boxwood and ebony stringing. Each table is supported on twin turned tapering columns with splayed feet. The smallest table looks as if it has had a replacement stretcher. They are probably twentieth century. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 985

A twentieth century three-door mahogany display cabinet bearing Harrods retail label, having three astragal glazed doors supported on stub cabriole legs. (53.25in) This is a good mahogany cabinet of fine quality. It has three astragal glazed doors enclosing adjustable shelves with brass pegs. It has a flame veneer frieze and a rectangular moulded top. It sits on cabriole legs. All in good clean original condition and bearing Harrods Ltd SW1 label to central door. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 989

A late Victorian walnut two piece bedroom suite with wardrobe and dressing table, having burr panels and bevelled mirror glass to wardrobe and dressing table. The dressing table with two short and two long drawers supported on shaped feet. (2) This clean suite has faux burr fielded panels and a walnut frame. In good clean condition with original handles, etc. Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 986

An early nineteenth century mahogany chest of drawers. (35.75in x 20.75in x 33.75in) This chest has a later rectangular moulded top above two short and three long graduated drawers, all with cockbeading. It has mahogany linings with original locks and ring-turned handles. It is raised on ring-turned legs. There has been some old repairs to the cockbeading. Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 990

A large nineteenth century style south German walnut cabinet of architectural form. (67in x 26.75in x 45in) This is a most unusual cabinet having two main doors applied with split column mouldings. Each door has an arched panel framed by further columns with scroll carved capitals around foliate marquetry panels. Above the arch panels are plain friezes, surmounted by applied scrolled carvings. There

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are similar decorations below each panel, with pierced applied carvings centering on cherub heads. The escutcheons are of pierced silver metal and in the form of stylised figures with swords. The interior is pine lined, and the inside hinges are strapped with similar decoration to the escutcheons as the back straps and the lock. It sits on a moulded plinth of double reentrant outline above turned bun feet. The sides have further architectural elements, each having twin pillars applied to a marquetry background with walnut brickwork around niches carved with shell decoration. Condition wise there is evidence of old woodworm. The back is panelled. We would suggest it has either been "made up", or this piece is the base of a larger baroque cupboard that sat above this cabinet. Estimate: £1,000.00 - £1,500.00

Lot: 993

A square Edwardian mahogany occasional table with crossbanded top and circular shell paterae medallion, raised on angled boxwood strung tapering legs, with conforming platform stretcher. (17in x 17in x 35.5in) This table needs repolishing as the top has been scratched. But otherwise it is a sound little Edwardian lamp table of good proportions supported on angled legs. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 994

A nineteenth century carved oak sacristy cupboard. (24in x 12in x 46in) This is an unusual cupboard, probably 'made up' from different carved oak pieces. It has a moulded cornice overhanging a guilloche and dentil frieze. The door is carved with arched foliage framing St Francis holding a cross. The door is flanked by pierced applied columns decorated with cherubs, foliage and animals. The cupboard sits on shell and leaf carved moulding above a foliate carved frieze with central drawer. The base has applied split barleytwist mouldings around an arched canopy. There are various bits of moulding loose in the drawer. An unusual piece that would restore. The sides have fielded panels. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 991

A large oak writing desk. (84in x 48in x 30.25in) This large desk with rectangular moulded top and leatherette writing surface is raised on thick tapering column legs. It has one frieze drawer with brass cup handles, the other drawer space has undergone alterations and the drawer is absent. The table top could do with re-fininshing. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 992

A nineteenth century walnut bookcase cabinet. (43.5in x 19.25in x 72.5in) The top piece has a moulded cornice above two glazed doors enclosing three shelves, the base has two frieze drawers above two panelled cupboard doors, all raised on a plinth base with bracket feet. The handles have had changes and at present are dissimilar. The cupboard door is missing the brass key escutcheon The piece has general scuffing, especially to the bottom section, but otherwise appears sound. The brass handle to the top section appears to be later. There is evidence of old woodworm. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 995

A set of five carved oak George II style dining chairs, with red leatherette upholstered seats and backs supported on acanthus carved cabriole legs with claw feet. (5) These chairs have masks to the back rails carved with acanthus scrolled foliage. The stiles have scrolled terminals and are decorated with channelled fishscale style carving. The back panels and seats are all covered in red leatherette with brass studding. The legs have similar acanthus carved scrolled decoration and fishscale rails and are supported on have paw feet. The front and back scrolled stretchers are joined by turned balusters. They are all in "ready to restore" condition and are basically sound. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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A pair of bedroom chairs with cane seats. (2) These chairs have scrolled back rails, stiles and pierced splats all with mother of pearl inlay and painted foliate gilt brushwork. The spoon shaped seats are caned and have similar decoration. These are raised on ring-turned tapering legs with splayed feet joined by stretchers with gilt decoration. The inlay and gilding show signs of wear and losses. Repairs have been made to the back rests and splats. One seat shows signs of repair, and the other has had a plate stretcher added underneath. There is slight damage to one of the cane seats. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 999

A circular Victorian mahogany footstool with carved aprons, raised on four turned legs with needlepoint upholstered seat. (12in) This is a pretty little upholstered footstool, although it is a bit 'tired'. It currently has a floral needlework upholstered seat on a pink ground. The frame is solid and untouched on nicely turned stub legs. It is of generally good colour. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 1000

A single eighteenth century mahogany chippendale style chair, with acanthus scroll carved pierced splat with shaped top rail supported on channelled stiles, having drop-in upholstered seat raised on square chamfered column legs joined by rectangular stretchers - reduced. This has been a proper period chair in its original colour and finish. It has evidence of old repairs to the seat rails and stretchers, but otherwise sound and the back is of particularly good colour. Alas, the legs have been reduced. It all needs repolishing and the upholstery is tired but it is basically a sound honest eighteenth century chair. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 997

An Edwardian satinwood pot cupboard. (15.75in x 16.5in x 30in) This is a good quality satinwood pot cupboard of bowfronted outline. It has a quarter veneered door framed by boxwood stringing, and is supported on square tapering legs with spade feet. The column legs are also inlaid with boxwood stringing. It has no makers name evident, and it has an interior with one shelf. The top could do with repolishing. Otherwise it is of good glowing satinwood colour. At some stage it may have had an upstand at the back. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 1001

A bentwood rocking chair. The beech framed rocker has a caned back and seat, framed by scrolled armrests and supports. It is on curved rockers with a turned footrest. There is a slight looseness to the arm supports. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 998

A rosewood inlaid, glazed wall shelf. (17.75in x 24in x 5in) The shelf has a swan-neck pediment and turned finials above a rectangular bevelled mirror plate with two shelves framing another larger plate. The shelves are supported by slender ring-turned columns with ball drop finials. There are quadrant side shelves joined to shaped brackets. It is overall boxwood strung with further ribbon and floral decoration. A delicate piece in good order. Estimate: £80.00 - £100.00

Lot: 1002

A late Victorian satin birch marble top washstand. (42in x 20in x 40.25in) This washstand has a rectangular top with a six tiled upstand with shaped bracket supports and acorn style finials, above a base with two reeded frieze drawers mounted with brass plates and drop handles. It is supported on ring-turned baluster legs with rectangular stretchers, brass cappings and pot casters. The marble top has surface markings, and a suspicion of a crack to the front

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edge. It appears to be missing its central stretcher. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 1006

A Victorian burr walnut chest of drawers with rounded corners, supported on bracket feet. (45in x 23.5in x 59.75in) This has been a good quality chest of drawers with well chosen veneers. Alas, the top is a bit distressed and needs repolishing. It has a piece missing on the back left hand corner of the top. It has mahogany linings to the drawers and the knobs look to be original. It sits on a plinth. Apart from the restoration needed to the top, it looks to be a sound chest of drawers. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 1003

A late Victorian bedroom suite. This is a good bedroom suite which came out of a farmhouse, from people who were downsizing. It is made in the "aesthetic taste" and of a good colour with ebony line inlay and fluted carving to the wardrobe. The wardrobe has a fully fitted interior. Generally it is in good condition although there are signs of general wear, with a small chip to the pot cupboard on the marble, and the handle to one of the wardrobe doors has been changed. There is a crack in the top of one pedestal of the dressing table, and the bed looks as if it has been changed. The bed comes complete with the original pine rails. An impressive suite in the "aesthetic taste". It comes complete with various bits including knobs, bedbolts, spare gallery spindles, etc. Estimate: £800.00 - £1,200.00

Lot: 1007

A glazed nineteenth century cabinet with satinwood inlay decoration and glass sides, enclosing shelves. (37.75in x 13.42in x 44in) This cupboard looks as if it has been the top of a bureau bookcase. It has dentil cornice above frieze inlaid with boxwood stringing, having two satinwood banded doors enclosing shelves with glass sides, supported on a plinth. It could do with repolishing. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 1004

A 1950s oak glazed bookcase with sunburst leaded glass doors enclosing an interior with adjustable shelves, supported on turned legs with shaped stretchers. (35.5in x 10in x 46.5in) This is a classic oak cabinet with sunburst leaded glass doors, having stained glass quarter panels to the base of the doors. The doors enclose adjustable fluted shelves. The cabinet has a caddy top with applied reeded carving to the frieze. It has an upstand to the top. It sits on bolection moulded turned legs with block feet. The legs are joined by shaped waved stretcher. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1008

An oval reproduction oak dropleaf occasional table, raised on pierced lyre supports with shaped pegged stretcher and sledge feet. (28in x 27.5in x 32in) This is a good quality oak table, it has been "aged". There are two 'D' shaped dropflaps making it into an almost circular table. The shaped lyre ends are pegged together by a waved stretcher with sledge feet. A good quality piece of oak circa 1930, we would suggest. It is of dowelled construction. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 1005

An Adams style mirror. (37.75in x 23.75in - plate) This large bevelled mirror in mahogany frame is surmounted by an urn and harebell pediment. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 1009

A green chinoiserie bridge suite, with folding chairs and card table. (5) This is a very decorative set with folding garden style chairs, having platform arms, supported on cabriole legs. The decoration is in chinoiserie style with gilt pagodas, boats, trees, etc painted on a green ground. The card table has a green velvet top

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and the legs are sprung from a central wheel. The upholstery looks original. There is some flaking, and underneath the green paint the wood looks to be beech. We cannot find the makers mark, but there is a trade mark and it is obviously of good quality circa 1950, we would suggest. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00 stretcher with central cupboard. The end towel rails are absent and there is some scuffing and loss of finish to the wood, especially on the pediment and cupboard front. The piece needs re-polishing, but is structurally sound. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

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A painted pine and gesso mounted late nineteenth century seven-piece bedroom suite. (7) This is a seven-piece suite with combination arched mirror door wardrobe, cane bed with fluted columns, dressing table with oval mirror, side table with two fluted frieze drawers, cane chair, pot cupboard and cabinet. All the major pieces have Adams style classical harebell scrolled swag decoration and lozenge moulded friezes. Some pieces are supported on casters. It is all of fine quality with fluted corner columns, etc. but we cannot find a makers name. We would suggest circa 1900. It was purchased from Callaly Castle at the Christies sale approximately 25 years ago. Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00 A large button upholstered armchair, the padded back and splayed arms above a sprung upholstered seat, raised on turned legs with brass cappings and casters. This is a substantial chair but we cannot find any makers name. It has evidence of old repairs. The front legs are on brass ball casters, the back legs are on brass roller casters. The red material upholstery is a bit 'tired'. A very solid chair. The back casters are stamped with the makers name Lance Bear and Co, Birmingham. The ball bearings from one of the front casters is missing. Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 1014

A Victorian needlework upholstered mahogany long stool, with angled seat and moulded frame raised on turned legs (51in). This is a good Victorian stool with later green needlework upholstery. The padded top is on an angled frame on a moulded base which is raised on four turned feet. It lookes to be in original condition and a good kneeling stool. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 1011

A pair of late Victorian nursing chairs. (2) These chairs have scrolled reeded top rails and stiles with intricate wavy carved foliate splats, above sprung stuffover upholstered seats of serpentine outline, all raised on cabriole legs with brass cappings and pot casters. These chairs are sound with a dark finish. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 1015

An Edwardian inlaid rosewood desk with green leather gilt tooled skiver top, above drawers with inlaid cupboards supported on square tapering legs with brass cappings and casters. (51in x 24.75in x 30in) This is a fine quality desk. We cannot find a makers name but it is obviously a very good quality rosewood piece, circa 1900. The green gilt tooled skiver to the rectangular top with a central frieze drawer flanked by two side drawers. The drawers and legs are all inlaid with boxwood stringing and the drawers are mahogany lined. The cupboard doors are inlaid with

Lot: 1012

A late nineteenth century walnut washstand. (42in x 19.25in x 41.25in) This washstand has a rectangular marble top with a six tile upstand flanked by shaped ends, with acorn style finials surmounted by a swanneck pediment. The base has two reeded frieze drawers with brass drop handles and shell embossed escutcheons, raised on ring-turned baluster legs with brass cappings and pot casters, joined by rectangular platform

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swags and scrolling with central ribbon urns. A quality piece with brass hinges, brass locks. Condition-wise, it is excellent, apart from the need for some minor restoration, and the end is slightly faded. Estimate: £600.00 - £800.00

Lot: 1019

A late Victorian mahogany saloon armchair. This chair has a curved top rail with central foliate scrolling with interlaced scrolled pierced corners above a vase shaped splat with upholstered panels and further scrollwork. The scrolled armrests are above a seat which requires reupholstering and the original horsehair is present. The reeded serpentine front is raised on cabriole legs with pad feet. A decorative chair. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 1016

A large leaded glass panel with green and pink squares framing two circular handpainted floral medallions of daffodils. (45in x 27in) This panel is dirty and in a white painted frame. It was probably a window at some stage. There is some damage to the stained glass, with the odd pane cracked. The majority of it is perfect. The handpainted sepia roundels are not signed. A decorative panel. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 1020

An Eastern rug woven with ivory field interlaced with blue framed floral medallions. (51in x 30.5in) This has a freize with similar floral decoration on blue ground framed by fleur-de-lys orange bands on grey ground with chevron rims. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 1017

A large Victorian mahogany chiffonier/cupboard with angled upstand on spindles, above a cushion moulded frieze drawer with panelled cupboards below, supported on an inverted breakfront plinth. (47.75in x 23in x 75in) This has possibly been a bed cupboard at some stage. The base has one shelf behind the rectangular panelled doors. It has a cushion moulded long frieze drawer and similar split column mouldings to the sides. It sits on an inverted breakfront plinth. The top has a triangular shaped pediment above a rectangular shelf, and is supported on baluster spindles with turned ball finials. A handsome piece of Victoriana. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 1021

A Georgian mahogany sidetable. (33.5in x 17.75in x 27.75in) This has a rectangular single piece moulded top above a long frieze drawer. It is supported on channelled tapering legs. The drawer is all oak lined. There has been a change of handles. It generally could do with a bit of repolishing. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1022

An antique Tekke style rug, woven with rectangular field having square lozenge panels, framed by madder and ink blue arrowhead border within hooked ivory lines, with kilim bands to ends; and a worn Bohkara style rug. (2) Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 1018

A small Bokhara style rug with five lozenges on madder ground framed by multiple geometric borders. (31.5in x 24.5in) This is a small antique rug. It is faded and a genuine piece with tassles to ends. It exhibits some fraying to the sides. The mat is of traditional style and we would suggest late nineteenth century. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 1023

A Victorian walnut pot cupboard with fielded panel door raised on bracket feet. (16in x 13.75in x 30in) Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

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A pitch pine kitchen table with later top. (64.5in x 40.75in x 31.5in) This table has a rectangular pine plank top above a frieze with two knob handles drawers with dividers. It is raised on turned baluster legs. The legs have had extensions added to increase the height. This is a sturdy table of dowel construction. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1029

A 1930s rectangular oak stool with drop-in needlework seat, raised on baluster turned legs joined by similar stretchers bearing ivorine label from the Curative Workshops. (23.75in x 14in x 18.75in) This is a good standard high stool in oak. We would suggest 1930s in origin. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 1025

A bentwood revolving chair. This chair has curved and shaped back supports framing a circular seat, with tooth shaped caned back panel with adjustable revolving mechanism below. It is all supported on a central column with crossed stretchers and four shaped legs. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 1030

A Victorian walnut nursing chair. This chair has foliate carved back rail centred on a shell-like carving above a pierced splat, flanked by reeded stiles. The sprung upholstered seat is raised on ringturned legs with brass cappings and pot casters. There is evidence of old woodworm and an old repair to a back leg and splat. A pretty chair. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 1026

A large Pakistani rug having flowerhead medallion and spandrels on a madder field, framed by geometric borders with flowerhead panels on a grey ground. (79in x 59in) Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1031

A bowfronted Edwardian cabinet inlaid with boxwood stringing, raised on square tapering legs. (21in x 15.5in x 45in) This is a good quality Edwardian bowfronted cabinet. It has a shaped upstand above a top which is bowfronted and crossbanded in satinwood, framed by boxwood and ebony stringing. There is a dentil band beneath the bowfronted top. It has a boxwood and ebony inlaid band above a pannelled door, similarly decorated with inlay. The door encloses an interior with three shelves. It is supported on square tapering legs. A good clean cabinet still in its original finish. It could possibly have been a music cupboard? Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1027

An oak Arts and Crafts style table. (18.75 x 18.75 x 29.25in) This table, with panelled top, is raised on four square tapering legs joined by curved stretchers supporting triple baton sides. It has a split to the top but is otherwise sound. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 1028

A 1930s oak dressing table with arch mirror above a chest with three drawers, raised on shaped feet. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 1032

A set of four late Victorian mahogany dining chairs in the Georgian style. (4) These chairs have shaped top rails above pierced vase spalts framed by reeded stiles. The drop-in upholstered seats are supported on cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. One of the chairs has an applied Binns Ltd, Middlesborough label. Three of the chairs have impressed numbers to the inside seat

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supports, 22, 23 and 24. All the chairs have a poor finish with historical repairs, but are otherwise sound. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00 been re-hinged at some stage, but otherwise it is in sound original condition. It is unusual in that the right hand drawer locks on the tablet above the scroll mount to the right hand pillar. It is of good colour with flame veneers to the three mahogany arched doors. A useful bit of furniture for a big house. Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

Lot: 1033

A nineteenth century circular stool with angled legs. (12in x 14in) This could be an earlier piece which as been later ebonised. The legs are ringturned and angled and fitted into the thick solid turned stool base. This is also turned and has a dish seat. The seat itself looks as if it could be sycamore? Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 1036

A late nineteenth century walnut carved mirror back sideboard, with bevelled plates and gallery spindles to superstructure, above a base with three frieze drawers and carved cupboards supported on a plinth. (59.25in x 17.5in x 75in) This is an original late nineteenth century walnut sideboard. The back has an arched carved crest above a row of gallery spindles, with large bevelled plate to the centre. It is flanked by smaller bevelled mirrors above shelves, supported on turned spindles. There are further carved panels below the shelves. The base has a rectangular moulded top above three frieze drawers with three carved panelled cupboards. It is framed by reeded rails and stiles. It sits on a moulded plinth. This has a plate glass top and is in sound condition. It came from a private vendor who had looked after it well - thus the glass top. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 1034

A large Victorian mahogany carved sofa with sprung upholstered cut moquette studded upholstery, acanthus scroll carved arms, raised on lappet turned legs with brass cappings and pot casters. (84in) This is a good nineteenth century sofa. It is in cut moquette upholstery with studding, having a sprung seat and padded back. The back and general shape is very rectangular. The overhanging arms are supported on scroll carved front rails above rectangular tablets. The front rail of the piece is moulded. The whole sofa is raised on carved turned feet with original brass cappings and casters. The back legs are very solid. A very decorative and original sofa. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 1037

A nineteenth century walnut canterbury with arched panelled top above pierced fretwork body having three internal divisions, above a drawer supported on turned legs with brass cappings and casters. (23.75in x 15.5in x 25in) This is a most unusual Victorian canterbury of excellent colour. The top lifts in two halves with patent brass hinges and lock stamped Borne. The interior has divisions on spindles and is lined with walnut. Externally it has pierced fretwork panels with purple silk lining framed by cornerposts which are fluted. It has a mahogany lined drawer with two original turned knob handles. The brass cappings and casters are all original with porcelain casters stamped with patent marks to both the

Lot: 1035

A large Victorian mahogany bookcase cabinet, with carved corbels to top, having four adjustable shelves on a base with three cushion moulded drawers above arch cupboards, supported on a rectangular plinth. (72in x 17.25in x 91in) This big bookcase is in its original condition. It has a top with four shelves adjusting on knobs flanked by sides with applied fluted scrolled carving. The base has three split column moulded drawers above arched cupboards enclosing further adjustable shelves. Alas, the piece has lost its cornice. There are one or two repairs here and there, for instance the right hand door has

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porcelain and the brass. An unusual and delicate piece of Victorian furniture. We cannot find a makers name. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 1041

An Edwardian mahogany inlaid dressing table and wardrobe, decorated with swags and spandrels, framed by satinwood crossbanding, the pieces have chequered boxwood stringing, the wardrobe with two oval mirrors, and dressing table with mirror above a chest with three short and one long drawer. (2) An Edwardian inlaid mahogany dressing table and wardrobe. These two pieces are of good quality. The wardrobe has a moulded dentil inlaid cornice above a frieze decorated with three satinwood panels. The central panel has harebell swags in penwork with panel below flanked by two bevelled mirror doors enclosing hanging space. The base has three drawers. The dressing table has an oval mirror above a platform with two small drawers. It has a rectangular crossbanded moulded top above three short and one long drawer and is raised on square tapering legs. It has general scuffing overall and needs repolishing but otherwise it is a sound Edwardian suite. The handles are in art nouveau style. A quality piece with hardwood linings. We cannot find a makers name on the two pieces. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 1038

An Edwardian inlaid mahogany bookcase cabinet. (35.25in x 14in x 55.5in) This is a good piece of Edwardian furniture. It has a shaped arched pediment above a rectangular moulded top with dentil cornice. It is overall inlaid with satinwood banding. Below the top are two cupboard doors inlaid with oval marquetry panels of urns. Below the cupboards are adjustable shelves. It has panelled sides. We cannot see any makers name. It is in its original finish. Part of the bead to one of the doors is absent. The lock looks as if it has been replaced. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 1039

An oval Victorian mahogany telescopic dining table, with two spare leaves. (82in x 42in x 30in extended) This dining table has gadrooned carved edge above a plain frieze. The four legs have large acanthus carved knees with ball and claw feet raised on casters. The table comes with two spare leaves and winding handle. This table is sound, but has a very bright "sticky" finish. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 1042

An Edwardian mahogany jardiniere stand with square moulded top supported on tapering column legs with bead carving, the legs joined by platform stretcher. (11.5in x 11.5in x 37in) This is a good jardiniere stand. It does have some marks to the square moulded top. It is raised on angled tapering legs with bead carving to the tops. It has shaped spandrels supporting the rails. It is in its original finish. Estimate: £70.00 - £90.00

Lot: 1040

A pair of Victorian carved oak side chairs, with fishscale style framed panels above scrolling, having stuffover seats supported on fluted turned tapering legs. (2) These are good solid Victorian chairs. They are carved in oak and one lacks its upholstered back panel. We cannot find a makers name. The backs are carved with guilloche style mouldings with scrolling below. The seats have stuffover upholstery and are supported on fluted carved turned tapering legs. The back legs are of sabre form. A good pair of solid nineteenth century chairs. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 1043

A pair of Victorian mahogany balloon back dining chairs with shaped splats, having drop-in brocade upholstered seats raised on turned tapering legs. (2) These are two good solid chairs in their original finish. They have a stamped Victorian kite registration lozenge mark to the

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back of the splats. A handsome pair and sturdy. They are almost of campaign style with bolts attaching the frames together from the back. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 1047

A large carved mahogany Victorian tapestry firescreen. (43in x 10.75in x 49.75in) This firescreen has central embroidered panel with scrolled foliate emblems on red ground. It is all framed by elaborate pierced carved panels. The embroidery is also framed by applied foliate carving. The screen is supported on crossed feet with further pierced panels in the gothic taste. Obviously there are certain parts of the carving which are missing, especially to the top rails, as it is a delicate piece. Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

Lot: 1044

A nineteenth century oak turnover-top breakfast table on fluted carved column and tripartite legs. (34.5in x 33.75in x 25.75in) This looks to be a period table. It has a circular top with an iron catch and traces of old woodworm. It sits on a column with a fluted tapering shaft above leaf carved collar. The legs have acanthus carvings with shells to the side and floral feet. The feet probably were raised on casters at some stage. It is generally of good original colour. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1048

A late nineteenth century oak corner cupboard. (35in x 21.75in x 76.25in) This two part cupboard has an angled cornice above an astragal glazed door with mahogany frame and inlaid teardrop escutcheon, enclosing three shelves. The bottom half has a quarter panelled door and similar escutcheon, raised on shaped bracket feet. The cupboard has damage to the cornice which has also been repaired in the past. This also appears to be mahogany. There is the suspicion that this piece could be a very good marriage? There is scuffing and chipping to the feet. Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1045

A long Georgian style twin pillar rectangular reproduction yew wood dining table. This is a reproduction dining table with reeded edge and a crossbanded top. The yew wood veneers have been well chosen and are framed by ebony stringing. It is of good general colour. The table is supported on baluster turned columns with fluted tripartite legs with lion paw cappings and casters. A good quality piece of reproduction furniture. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

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Two 19th century French upholstered bucket-style armchairs, with a similar style stool. (3) These chairs have recently been re-upholstered in gilt burgundy with floral and foliate decoration with rope gimping. The curved backs and armrests are above sprung serpentine fronted seats raised on ring-turned legs with brass cappings and ebony casters. They have elaborate tasselling. The stool is similarly decorated. There is a caster missing to one chair, and the other has a loose back leg. A decorative set. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00 A twentieth century craftsman made solid oak circular breakfast table. (48in dia) This oak table has a circular top with tilt up mechanism. It is raised on a bulbous column supported on four thick splayed legs and feet. Although the table is of no great age, it is a quality piece. Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1050

A mahogany nineteenth century pedestal desk. (60in x 35.5in x 31.5in) The desk has a rectangular moulded top with inset leatherette writing surface, above two short and one long frieze drawers. It is supported on a pair of pedestals, each having three graduated drawers. All the drawers have brass swan neck

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handles with Hobbs and Co London locks. The drawers are mahogany lined and the desk is raised on later casters. There is some loss of veneer to the plinth bases and both sides have being pierced in the past. Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00 its original finish and is fairly sound. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 1054

A Victorian rosewood and walnut corner bookcase, marked in pencil 1869 by the cabinetmaker, with walnut veneered glass doors and adjustable shelves, supported on a plinth. (13.5in and 12.5in deep; 48in high; 86.25in and 53.5in long) This is a very fine quality cabinet. Obviously commissioned to go in a specific house. It has the cabinetmakers pencil inscription and date to the top. We did not believe it was as early as it says it is, but the writing appears to be genuine. The condition is excellent. Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1051

An oak three drawer chest. (36in x 18.25in x 30.5in) This chest has rectangular moulded top above three long graduated drawers with brass ring pull handles, raised on square column legs with shaped brackets. The piece has lifting veneers to one side, and both sides appear to be splitting. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 1052

A European mahogany chest of drawers with serpentine top and central panelled drawer, having canted corners, raised on knob feet with casters. (37in x 19in x 33in) This is a good looking and most unusual chest of drawers. It has well-chosen flame veneers to the construction. The top is serpentine moulded above a plain drawer with central panelled drawer and a further plain drawer below. The drawers have the original locks and the handles are brass plate. The handles could have been changed? The corners are canted corners and moulded, and it sits on ball feet with brass pot casters. A wellproportioned small chest of drawers - possibly Dutch? It could do with repolishing and touching up here and there, but otherwise of good colour. Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1055

A nineteenth century walnut priedieu side chair. This walnut chair has a scroll carved back with later upholstery. It is currently finished in red velour. The rectangular back panel is above a 'D' shaped stuffover upholstered seat, and is supported on scroll carved cabriole legs. A handsome looking nineteenth century chair. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1056

A Victorian brass inlaid rosewood writing slope. (19.75in x 10.25in x 6.75in) This rectangular hinged slope opens to reveal a distressed felt lined writing surface with interior spaces for inkwells, a pen tray, etc. There are secret drawers. There is a lot of scrolled brass inlay missing, as well as some veneer. A good restoration project. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 1053

A circular arts and crafts oak occasional table, supported on three pierced tapering rectangular legs. (17in x 6.75in) This is a solid oak table which appears to be in its original finish. It has a circular top supported on three tapering angled and pierced legs. They are cut with fretwork hearts at the base each has twin rectangular rounded slits. The legs are joined by a circular platform stretcher. The tops of the legs are joined to the platform with arched supports. In

Lot: 1057

An Indian campaign table with octagonal scalloped top carved with fruit and foliage around a central panel supported on folding legs with further carving in bands down shaped supports. (19.5in x 17.75in) This came from a deceased estate. The top is a single piece although it does have some water marks to the central panel and would need repolishing. It is of a golden

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glowing colour. The edge of the table is deeply carved with foliage and is in good condition. It sits on a folding base with shaped legs carved with further bands of foliage. The legs are joined by chamferred stretchers. Probably an Indian table circa 1900. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 1061

A Victorian rectangular mahogany firescreen, with sliding panels raised on a turned column above a square stepped plinth base. (47.25in) This is a good country house piece with the main panel decorated with an applied scene of a huntsman and hounds and foliage. The decoration is obviously later, although the original green cloth panels would seem to be 'right'. The back is quite faded. The two side panels have brass rosette knobs to the sides that pull outwards. It swivels on a turned column and is supported on a stepped square base with turned feet. Some of the veneers are missing on the stepped base. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1058

A stained oak armchair. This chair has carved reeded rails and column ring-turned stiles. The shaped armrests are above ringturned spindles. The serpentine shaped seat is raised on thick ring-turned legs and stretchers. The chair appears to have had glue repairs to the front stretcher. It is "sticky" in appearance but basically sound. One of the armrests has possibly been filled at the front support. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 1062

An oak dummyboard style waiters stand with maid profile on rectangular moulded base. (31.75in) This painted oak profile depicts a 1930s style young girl or waitress dressed in green dress. Persumably at one stage she had a platform to take cards or a sign as there is a small nick where it is cut into the profile. Perhaps she held a tray? It sits on a rectangular moulded oak stand. A genuine piece from the 1930s. The only thing missing is the platform that she holds. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 1059

A late Victorian mahogany wardrobe. (61.25in x 21.75in x 80in) This wardrobe has a moulded cornice above two quarter veneered panels framing a rectangular bevelled mirror with cut top corners and applied foliate carving. The door opens to reveal hanging space with two deep drawers with brass ring-pull handles below. It is all raised on bun feet. This piece is generally in good condition. However there is some missing beading, the odd scuff mark and there is a split to the base at the left hand side. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 1063

A grandmother clock with silvered dial, having striking chime silent lever with Enfield movement striking on gongs. (65.5in) This is a good clock and was in working order when it came out of the house in Berwickupon-Tweed. The hood is domed moulded and it has a silvered dial with Roman chapters, with a chime and silent lever. The trunk has applied machine carved decoration. The movement strikes on eight gongs and the brass plate is marked Enfield Clock Co London, Made in England. It comes with a brass pendulum which is adjustable on a dowel. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1060

A Victorian spoonback upholstered chair. This mahogany framed chair has a button upholstered spoonback above a shallow serpentine fronted sprung seat, raised on scroll carved cabriole legs with brass cappings and pot casters. The upholstery is 'tired' and it has a 'sticky' finish, but otherwise it is a sound chair. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 1064

A large Victorian mahogany longcase clock by George Alder, having spandrels and arched dial painted with hunting hounds, the convex raised enamelled dial with Roman chapters and secondary dial, the hood with swan-neck pediment above a wide trunk with panelled door, supported on a panelled base. (90in) This clock is a big one. It has a broken swan-neck pediment above an arched door flanked by baluster-turned spindles. The dial is in good condition, apart from the name being rubbed. It has not been repainted. The numerals are fading, and there is crazing to the dial but otherwise it seems sound. The trunk has an arched panelled door, and the base is similarly panelled. The panels have mahogany flame veneers. The plinth sits on bracket feet. It has quarter round mouldings to the trunk corners. A family clock and a big example. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 1066

A late Victorian mahogany towel stand with five rails supported on twin columns with sledge feet. (30.5in) This is a late Victorian mahogany towel rail with ringturned battens supported on shaped sledge feet. It could possibly do with a bit of repolishing, but it is otherwise sound. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 1067

A small decorative gilded Atsonia etagere. (24.5in x 14in x 18.5in) This is not particularly old and bears the Atsonia label underneath the second tier shelf. It has a plate glass top in a moulded gesso scrolled frame. It is supported on acanthus scrolled rococo ends with a conforming platform below the rectangular top, with similar gessoed edge. The joining rail is similarly carved and finished with applied gesso having a flowerhead to the centre. It is all in reasonably sound condition and the gilding looks to be later gold painted, as there appears to be levels of gilding underneath the current surface. A very decorative piece. Condition-wise it is appears to be sound, with little or no loss to the gesso. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1065

A reproduction yew wood cabinet with gothic tracery doors beneath dentil cornice, above a chest with two short and three long drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet. (46.5in x 83in) This reproduction piece was purchased from an Edinburgh cabinet maker . It came from a large country house in the Borders. The piece is of bowfronted outline with a dentil cornice above a crossbanded frieze. It has gothic arched tracery astragal glazed doors enclosing an interior with adjustable shelves. The base chest has two short and three long graduated cockbeaded drawers raised on splayed bracket feet flanking a shaped apron. The drawers are all mounted with oval brass plate handles. A very decorative piece of golden colour, with fronts all crossbanded in satinwood framed by boxwood and ebony stringing. The shelves to the top half are adjustable. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 1068

A Victorian mahogany commode with lifting top above wood seat with ceramic liner, raised on turned tapering legs. (17.25in x 15.5in x 18.5in) The top is marked with some scratches and the lid is chipped. The hinge work has been split and repaired. The ceramic liner is possibly Maling. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 1069

A traditional Turkey carpet, the red field woven with three rows with hooked medallions in blue and green, framed by a frieze woven with floral medallions and linked foliage bordered by green and blue lines. (111in x 150in) This carpet has been cut for a fireplace, but the piece hasn't been removed. A good Turkish carpet with good deep pile. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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Lot: 1070

A set of five oak dining chairs including a carver with fleur-de-lis carved backrails supported on split baluster spindles, having stuffover upholstered seats on fluted column legs joined by rectangular stretchers. (5) This is an unusual set of chairs. They are of oak and heavily made, and have stuffover upholstered seats which are quite 'tired'. The backs consist of split baluster mouldings beneath scroll carved top rails. The carver has shaped platform arms - possibly Bavarian? Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

above a moulded fluted plinth. Condition-wise it is good, although obviously at one stage it did have a superstructure. Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

Lot: 1073

A mahogany carved firescreen with embroidered panel. (23in x 37.75in) This firescreen has a curved pediment with pierced handle above scrolled foliate carved rails and stiles framing an embroidered glazed panel of a peacock resting on a branch, raised on splayed feet. There has been a glue repair to one of the feet and there is some slight staining to the bottom of the fabric. Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

Lot: 1071

An oak longcase clock, the movement by Bell of Hexham, with enamelled dial in arched hood having trunk with gothic shaped door and canted corners, supported on a rectangular base. (18.5in x 8.5in x 80in) This farmhouse clock came from a cottage beyond Alnham. It is in its original condition. It has a moulded cornice above an arched door, flanked by turned pillars. The crossbanded door encloses an enamelled dial with Roman chapters and floral spandrels. It has an arched calendar ring and is signed Bell of Hexham. The trunk has a gothic shaped door with canted corners inlaid with boxwood stringing. It sits on a moulded base with bracket feet. Conditionwise, there is evidence of old woodworm. It has a 30 hour movement, striking on a bell. We have not had it going. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 1074

An Ibex rocking chair with circular seat, spindle back and shaped arms, supported on turned legs with shaped rockers. This is quite a distressed Ibex chair finishwise, but it appears to be sound. It has old repairs. There is evidence of old woodworm to the seat. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

Lot: 1075

A nineteenth century mahogany corner cabinet with astragal glazed door. (26in x 14.5in x 52.75in) This has an ogee cornice above a plain frieze. The astragal glazed door has thirteen panes and encloses shelves. It has canted sides and it sits on a moulded plinth. One of the glass panes is broken, but otherwise it is a good period cupboard. It just needs repolishing. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 1072

A late Victorian carved oak sideboard with drawers above scrolled carved and fielded panelled cupboards, having original brass handles with acanthus carved corbels and fluted moulded plinth. (72in x 25.5in x 36in) This is a substantial oak sideboard. It has a rectangular moulded top above two central long drawers flanked by side drawers. The drawers are all mounted brass plate ring handles. The central section has two fluted panelled cupboards and is flanked by carved doors mounted with similar handles,

Lot: 1076

A late nineteenth century mirrorback sideboard, the superstructure with carved pediment and large bevelled mirror flanked by fluted columns, with platforms and carvings to sides, the base with rectangular moulded top above two small drawers and a carved cupboard, flanked by further carved cupboards with reeded stiles, raised on turned feet. (54in x 18in x 83in) This is a good late Victorian walnut sideboard. It has

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the original bevelled plates with arched mirrors and rectangular portrait shaped mirror to the centre. The pediment is supported on turned and fluted carved columns. The carving to the doors of the base is in the form of floral urns, with quarterround flowerhead spandrels. The two central drawers are mounted with original brass handles. A good sideboard that came from a farmhouse. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00 tapering legs and splayed feet. Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

Lot: 1080

A George IV rosewood turn-overtop crossbanded tea table, supported on rectangular waisted column with fluting, above a platform base with turned bun feet. (39in x 19.5in x 29.75in) This is a fine table with a satinwood crossbanded top. The two rosewood pieces swivel above the frieze which contains a well. The frieze and top are decorated with quarter and halfround beading. The turn-overtop sits on a waisted column with fluting to centre. The waisted platform base is supported on turned bun feet. The ends of the base are inlaid with floral marquetry medallions. A quality table in its original finish. It could do with repolishing, and the odd bits of veneer are missing here and there. But otherwise it is basically a sound fine table of good original colour. Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1077

A late Victorian mahogany display cabinet with bowfronted glass doors flanking a central section with mirror and cupboard, raised on carved cabriole legs. This piece has a moulded cornice above a chequered inlaid frieze. The bowfronted side cupboards have curved glass doors framed by boxwood strung stiles, and the doors are inlaid with chequered stringing. It has glass sides. The central section has an oval bevelled mirror above a veneered door inlaid with a heart motive. The side cupboards have applied fluted carvings. It is raised on cabriole legs with turned feet. The cabinet has had an upstand at one stage on the top. Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

Lot: 1081

A nineteenth century turn-overtop tea table, the twin flaps above a boxwood inlaid frieze with central satinwood panel, supported on square tapering legs. (38in x 18.5in x 29.75in) This is a good quality tea table in its original finish. It has a turnover two piece top with brass hinges, supported on a back leg that swings on a knuckle joint. The frieze has a central satinwood tablet flanked by boxwood strung panels, with rounded ends and similarly boxwood strung sides. It is raised on square tapering legs with further boxwood stringing. Generally it is a good table, although it does need restoration as there is some stringing missing and some veneers are lifting, etc. It came from a farmhouse - a deceased estate in the hills. Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

Lot: 1078

A mahogany butlers tray on stand. The rectangular panelled top has four shaped brass hinged sides with pierced handles. The beech stand is hinged on knuckle style joints, with rectangular cross supports and stretchers. There is some surface scratching to the tray and overall it has a 'sticky' finish, but basically a sound useful piece. Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

Lot: 1079

A oval Edwardian mahogany occasional table with conforming platform stretcher below, raised on square tapering legs with splayed feet. (24in x 18in x 28.25in) This is a good little Edwardian table. It could do with repolishing. The oval top is inlaid with boxwood stringing as is the frieze and legs. It has an oval platform below, raised on sabre supports with rectangular

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Lot: 1082

A stained captains chair. This chair has curved armrests and shaped backrest above ringturned spindles above a serpentine fronted seat which appears to have had a replacement panel. It is raised on ring-turned legs and stretchers. The chair has a very "sticky" appearance, but is basically sound. Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

Lot: 1086

A nineteenth century mahogany elbow chair with leather studded upholstered seat, raised on square tapering legs joined by rectangular stretchers. This chair has three pierced tapering splats beneath a top rail inlaid with ebony stringing. The other rails are similarly inlaid. It has downswept arms on shaped supports with stuffover leather upholstered seat with brass studding. The leather is slightly distressed. A good 'country' armchair. Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

Lot: 1083

A Victorian pine marble top washstand, raised on turned legs with casters. This has been constructed out of stained pine and it looks as if the back panel, which formally was tiled, has had a piece of board put across the tiles. Or the tiles have been removed? The upstand sits on a white marble top with rounded corners. The whole sits on a base with plain frieze and baluster turned tapering legs with pot casters. A good late Victorian bedroom piece. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 1087

An Edwardian oak A most unusual piece of furniture and it bears the original Papworth Industries ivorine label. It has brass hinges and a turnover rectangular moulded top which reveals a compartment. Below that to one side is a drop door enclosing shelves. The other side has a similar dropdown compartment. The third side has two towel rails and a compartment. It is raised on stub cabriole legs. An unusual piece circa 1920. Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

Lot: 1084

An arts and crafts oak cabinet, with rectangular moulded top above a drawer and compartment carved with foliate panels, the shaped apron also hand chisel carved with arcaded floral decoration, raised on stile feet. (30.5in x 18.5in x 23.75in) We do not know who this is by, but it is certainly a designer piece arts and crafts piece. We have looked in various cabinet makers books to find some maker. It is finely carved and generally of a good oak colour. The drawer has the original brass drop handles. A good honest piece of craft furniture. Estimate: £150.00 - £250.00

Lot: 1085

An elm captains chair with barrel shaped back and pierced splat, the arms supported on baluster spindles having sprung upholstered bowfronted seat on turned tapering legs. Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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