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Saturday 3rd December 2011 at 10.00am

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Gavin Lindsay Lindsay Brown Charlotte Canby Doug Clapperton Dr Duncan Thomson Professor Nick Pearce Representatives Oliver Anderson Alastair Robertson Emma Scott Christian Orr Ewing

Auctioneer and Valuer Auction Administration, Decorative Arts & Modern Design Auction Administrator Saleroom Manager Paintings (Consultant) Oriental (Consultant)

Southwest Scotland Aberdeenshire Perthshire & Stirlingshire Scottish Borders

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Tel No: 0131 453 3222 Fax No: 0131 453 6444 Bankhead Medway, Edinburgh EH11 4BY Email: [email protected] Web: www.shapesauctioneers.co.uk Sale Number 180

(Front cover: Lots 174 &175 , Back Cover: Lot 276) 1

The Shapes family of businesses are pleased to announce the planned opening of the EDINBURGH ANTIQUE & INTERIORS MARKET on our premises in Sighthill. Easily accessible from both the centre and the City Bypass the antiques market will showcase exceptional furnishings from an array of local and regional vendors and designers. This announcement also marks the return of Shapes Auctioneers to our traditional schedule of Monthly Auctions taking place the first Saturday of each month. While experimenting with a new, more frequent sale schedule we solicited feedback from our long-term clients, who told us that they overwhelmingly preferred the traditional Saturday sale. We wish to thank everyone who contributed their opinion. Future sales will continue to be fully illustrated on our own website as well as the highly regarded auction sales website the-saleroom.com, where buyers from all over the world can view and bid on lots in our sales. As always we continue to offer our exceptional selling services including in-home valuation for probate and sale with our RICS accredited valuer Richard Longwill. Our rates for probate valuation are extremely competitive, being based on a pre-set quote rather than an hourly charge. Additionally, should you choose to offer your valuables for sale, Shapes offer a 0% selling commission on lots achieving over £5,000 hammer price.

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Ceramics, Silver and Works of Art

1. An Early 20th Century blue and white high shouldered baluster vase, decorated with underglaze blue pagoda and landscape scene, complete with Dog of Fo knop cover, painted four character mark to base, 32cm high £50 - 80 A pair of early 20th Century blue and white Japanese vases, decorated with underglaze blue bird and floral scene, with chevron banding to base and rim (2) 24cm high £40 - 60 A Chinese blue and white jar and cover, decorated with seated figures and blue dash design, with gilt highlights to footrim and cover, (a/f) 18cm high £80 - 120 A pair of 18th Century Imari plates, the white ground decorated with crane and prunus branch in underglaze blue and iron red with gilt highlights, contained within a stylised border, 23cm diameter (2) £150 - 250 A Chinese shaped craquelure vase with sang de boeuf dripped glaze, the opposing central medallions with embossed design of Shi Shi, (a/f) 19cm high £80 - 100 A Chinese grey glaze craquelure ovoid vase, with applied purple dripped glaze, 17cm high £120 - 160 A Chinese stoneware ovoid vase, with triple loop handles to shoulder, 18cm high £40 - 60 A Chinese squat ovoid vase, the pale grey ground decorated with underglaze blue banding, 9cm high, together with a Chinese porcelain brush pot, the white ground decorated with polychrome enamel design of fish, butterflies and birds, etc, 10cm high, (2) £80 - 120 14. 11. 9. A delft twin handled cup of squat ovoid form, decorated with houses, horse and rider and figures within a landscape scene in underglaze black and ochre enamels, with slight fritting to rim, 8cm high £300 - 350 A pair of 19th Century Dutch Delft bellows of waisted outline, painted with sailing boat within a moulded scroll and foliate cartouche, leather bellows in a distressed state (a/f) 42cm length £100 - 150 A 19th Century Dutch Delft tin glazed blue and white apothecary / tobacco jar and cover, modelled as an owl, the cover forming a cup and cover, decorated with blue splash pattern and with central armorial crest, 26cm high £120 - 160 A Chinese blue painted moonflask, in the 17th century manner, with twin scroll handles to the shoulder, the white ground with central underglaze blue star burst medallion, six character Chung Chen mark to collar, the reverse and side with old staple repair (a/f) 30cm high £5000 - 5500 A collection of four porcelain oval cabinet plates, by Raymond Watson for The Porcelain Plate Collection International Council For Bird Preservation, depicting a Green Winged Teal, European Widgeon, Pintail and Mallards, 30cm length £30 - 50 An Agate Ware coffee pot together with a Gaudy Welsh moulded jug and Staffordshire plate decorated with chinoiserie scene (3) £30 - 50 A 19th Century Charles Meigh style buff stoneware jug with pewter hinged lid, decorated with an embossed Bacchus, fruit and vine leaf design with figural handle to side, 28cm high £70 - 100 16. A Japanese Kutani coffee pot decorated with female figures within landscape, six character mark to base, 20cm high, together with a Noritake style cabinet cup and saucer and another similar (3) £15 - 25 Wemyss tyg of cylindrical form, painted with design of sweet peas and with green dash border to handle and rim, (A/F one handle missing) impressed mark, 20cm high £100 - 200 Wemyss heart shaped inkstand fitted for two inkwells, (covers only), decorated with cabbage roses, painted and impressed marks, 6cm high £200 - 250 Wemyss tankard, decorated with cabbage roses and green stripe to handle, painted and impressed mark, 17cm high £200 - 300 An Aesthetic Movement art pottery ewer in the Christopher Dresser manner, with a green to yellow mottled glaze with incised stylised borders, loop handle to side, impressed England and number 128, 22cm high £100 - 200 A 19th Century Cantigalli oval maiolica tazza, with mythical winged beast scroll handles to side, decorated with female figure and wild beasts, raised on circular plinth base, 22cm high £200 - 300 A French Longwy craquelure cabinet plate, the turquoise blue enamelled ground decorated with flowers allover with twin shaped cartouche panels of foliage, painted and impressed marks with paper label, 25cm diameter £80 - 100 A French Longwy craquelure shaped dish raised on pedestal base, the enamelled turquoise ground with cobalt blue border and bright floral design, marked to base Decor A La Main, Emaux Longwy France, 7 cm high £80 - 100

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24. A French Longwy craquelure cabinet plate, the white enamelled ground decorated with flowers allover with twin shaped cartouche panels of foliage, painted and impressed marks with paper label, 25cm diameter £80 - 100 An Art Deco Wedgwood eight place coffee set in white with gilt handles comprising hexagonal shaped cups, saucers, side plates, sugar bowl and two cake plates (27) £100 - 150 Bough Pottery bowl, circa 1915, the white ground decorated with handpainted floral design in cobalt blue, pink and green, painted mark and initials, 20 cm diameter (hairline crack) £20 - 40 A French Longwy pottery shaped trinket dish raised on gilt pedestal base, the green enamelled ground decorated with floral design, marked to base Decor A La Main, Emaux Longwy France, etc, 16 cm diameter £30 - 50 A 19th Century Staffordshire flatback depicting two lovers under an arbour decorated with strawberries and leaf design, 35cm high £50 - 80 A 19th Century Staffordshire figure group depicting a gentleman and companion, possibly "Sailor's Return" 32cm high £50 - 80 A collection of seven Hummel figures by Goebels including Shepherd's Boy, Apple Tree Girl, Apple Tree Boy, Merry Wanderer, Little Helper, Lets Sing and Meditation largest 14cm high (7) £80 - 120 A Burlington Ware "Boozer" Toby jug, decorated with polychrome enamels, 23.5 cm high £20 - 40 32. A Continental Dresden style porcelain twin handled ewer, the green and wine red ground decorated with opposing panels of classical scenes with gilt highlights, raised on square pedestal base, 18 cm high £15 - 25 A pair of Crown Devon sleeve vases, the black opaque ground decorated with rose sprays, printed and impressed marks, 24 cm high, (2) £20 - 30 A quantity of Buchan Pottery decorated in the Thistle pattern, comprising egg cups and lidded jars, etc (12) £20 - 40 A pair of Beswick Pottery chimney spaniels in a gloss glaze with gilt collars, impressed number to base "1376", 20 cm high (2) £15 - 25 A Staffordshire pottery chimney spaniel with glass eyes, 32 cm high £15 - 25 A quantity of Buchan Pottery decorated in the Thistle pattern comprising fruit bowl, casserole dish, bowls, coffee pot and hors d'oeuvres dish (7) £30 - 50 A quantity of Buchan Pottery decorated in the Thistle pattern comprising platter, teapots, tankard and preserve jars, etc (12) £30 - 50 A pair of early 19th Century Davenport plates, the white ground with handpainted cobalt blue floral sprays, painted marks to reverse, 20 cm diameter, (2) £50 - 80 A pair of 19th Century blue and white Staffordshire plates decorated with underglaze pagoda design with chinoiserie borders, 25 cm diameter (2) £20 - 40 41. A Wedgwood "Landscape" pattern blue and white teapot, 13 cm high,together with a Mason's Ironstone "Regency " pattern square shaped plate, 23 cm wide (2) £30 - 50 A Royal Winton, Grimwades "Beehive" pattern teapot with applied moulded foxglove design and honey bee knop to cover, 15 cm high, together with matching honey pot and a three piece condiment set (5) £80 - 120 A quantity of Torquay Pottery "Cottage" Motto Wares comprising teapots, cups, saucers, bowls and jam pots etc (13) £60 - 80 An Alfred Meakin "Gleneagles" pattern teapot and stand, 14 cm high, (2) £15 - 25 A Royal Stafford "Rosanne" pattern china teaset comprising six cups and six saucers, (12) £15 - 25 A Roslyn china teaset for six, decorated with orange rose pattern with gilt rims and highlights, comprising cups, saucers, side plates, sugar and milk and matching cake plate (21) £20 - 30 A quantity of 19th century Flow Blue and blue and white wares comprising plates, bowls, jug and tureen (11) £50 - 80 A Bourne Denby large stoneware vase by Glyn Colledge, decorated with stylised flora, painted marks and signature to base, 35 cm high £30 - 50 A Buchan Pottery scalloped edge blue fruit bowl, 15 cm high £10 - 20 A Moffat Pottery stoneware crock decorated with abstract design, impressed marks, 20 cm high £10 - 20

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51. A studio pottery stoneware vase, the ovoid body covered with a biscuit glaze and with wax resist abstract decoration, impressed WL monogram to base, 22 cm high £20 - 40 An Otterton Mill pottery baluster vase by Keith Smith, the copper ground with wax resist decoration, 21 cm high, together with another smaller of similar design, both with impressed KS monogram to side (2) £40 - 60 An Otterton Mill pottery studio pot by Keith Smith of squat ovoid form with a smooth fired glaze, 14 cm high £20 - 30 A quantity of Buchan Pottery abstract pattern trinket dishes (6) £15 - 25 A Shorter & Sons fish service, comprising large platter and six side plates, each modelled with fish scales and coloured fins, (7) £40 - 60 A quantity of Buchan pottery comprising tankard, dishes, posy holder and jars, etc (12) £10 - 20 A quantity of Buchan pottery comprising candlestick, jugs and trinket dishes etc (14) £15 - 25 Denby Stoneware Arabesque pattern dinner service, comprising coffee pot, milk and sugar, four dinner plates, four side plates, four bowls, four sauces, four mugs and a salt and pepper, the dark opaque ground, highlighted with bold geometric pattern (25) £50 - 80 Two moulded stoneware jugs each with embossed decoration (2) £10 - 20 Collection of Buchan pottery oven to table wares, including casserole, skillet, small lidded dish etc (13) £40 - 60 68. 61. A Jugenstil handpainted twin handled vase designed by Nicolass Brantjes for Faience de Purmerende, the globular body with long flaring neck, decorated with stylised Art Nouveau floral design, painted marks and monogram to base, (one handle restored) 36 cm high £200 - 400 A Chinese famille noire ginger jar and cover, painted with birds and prunus design, 27 cm high £60 - 80 A Chinese famille rose moonflask, decorated with opposing panels of figures within a landscape scene, unmarked, 45 cm high £150 - 200 A pair of 19th Century Chinese famille rose Canton enamel hexagonal cache pots with stands, each decorated with figures, birds and floral design, complete with original zinc liners (2) 17 cm high £2200 - 2400 A pair of Chinese Imperial Yellow shallow rimmed plates, each painted with dragons, tigers and snake, etc, mark for Chia Ching 1796 - 1820 to reverse, (hairline crack and chips to rim) 24 cm diameter (2) £300 - 350 A pair of Japanese Imari baluster floor vases in the 19th Century manner, each with undulating ruffled foliate rim, the body with central panel of warriors, with a landscape scene of deer and birds, six character painted mark, 60 cm high £800 - 1200 A George Jones & Son Orient Ware art pottery vase, the green ground decorated with floral sprays with twin handles to side, 43 cm high £30 - 50 A 20th century baluster floor vase with ruffled rim, the blue ground with floral slip decoration (a/f) 61 cm high £20 - 40 69. An underglaze Chinese charger decorated with prunus tree, rockwork and floral pattern, 44 cm diameter £100 - 150 A pair of Continental porcelain faceted baluster vases and covers, the white ground decorated with rose sprays with central panel of floral bouquet, (2) 37 cm high £20 - 40 A pair of Staffordshire Chimney spaniels, with glass eyes and gilt collar and sponged decoration 32 cm high, (2) £20 - 40 A Royal Doulton cabaret set in the Sovereign pattern, the porcelain white ground decorated with gilt floral borders, comprising six cups and six saucers, complete with original silk lined fitted case £30 - 50 A Nanking Cargo plate, decorated with underglaze blue floral spray with lattice border, Christies Lot label verso, chip to rim, 23 cm diameter £30 - 50 A collection of four Royal Crown Derby porcelain animals decorated in the Imari palette comprising Poppy Mouse, Robin Red Breast, Cat and a panda, (4) £80 - 120 A set of six Spode blue and white plates, transfer decorated with "Death of the Bear" pattern, circa 19th century, impressed Spode mark, 25 cm diameter £250 - 300 A Spode Indian Sporting Series meat dish, transfer decorated with "Dooreahs Leading Out Dogs" pattern, length 47cm, together with a Spode Indian Series "Driving a Bear out of Sugar Canes" meat dish, 42 cm length, both with upper case impressed Spode mark, (2) £500 - 800

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77. A quantity of blue and white transfer printed pottery comprising an Oriental Sports blue and white meat dish, 49 cm length, Spode "Battle Between A Buffalo & A Tiger" small ashet, 23 cm length, Spode "Common Wolf Trap" plate, 21 cm diameter, Spode "Chase After a Wolf" bowl, 25 cm diameter and an Oriental Sports plate, 26 cm diameter, (5) some with chips and staining. £250 - 350 A Myott Son & Co handpainted conical vase the ribbed body decorated with stylised Art Deco pattern, 22 cm high £20 - 40 A pair of Kings Porcelain Jasper Ware style oval plaques each with floral encrusted sprays (2) 37 cm length £30 - 50 A pair of Staffordshire transfer printed commemorative mugs for Queen Victoria (3) £20 - 40 An Art Deco orange and black porcelain coffee set comprising coffee pots, six cups, six saucers and two milk jugs (15) (coffee pot lid a/f) £20 - 40 Pair of porcelain comports decorated with handpainted floral sprays and gilt background together with a Tuscan Art Deco plate (3) £20 - 40 Marlborough "Old English" Ironstone dinner service decorated with fish comprising twelve plates, sauce boat and stand and two ashets (15) £50 - 80 A 19th Century English dessert service in the manner of Davenport, decorated in the Imari palette comprising seven plates, two scalloped side dishes, two square dishes and two oval dishes (13) £220 - 260 85. A 19th Century Qing dynasty porcelain bowl with hairline crack, , Chinese lacquered tobacco jar, Chinese dish with wavy edge and sea green enamels, small porcelain dish and an Exportware tea canister ( 5) £30 - 50 A Wills Cigarette Card album containing birds, flowers and insects, etc £10 - 20 A Japanese lacquered postcard album, the cover with embossed ivory dragon, containing a small selection of vintage postcards £40 - 60 A blue and white stick stand of faceted form together with a selection of three walking canes, one with silver mount (4) £30 - 50 A pair of modern table lamps, the white ground decorated with chinoiserie and peacock design, complete with shades (2) £20 - 40 A crystal slice cut ewer together with a crystal box and cover (2) 28 cm high £20 - 40 A set of three glass decanters with stoppers, two with engraved Red Fox & Pheasant design, the third marked Brandy (3) 27 cm high £30 - 50 A crystal cocktail shaker and cover, 26 cm high £20 - 40 Pair of Carnival Glass scalloped edge bowls each with embossed star burst design, raised on conical foot, 6cm high £20 - 30 20th Century Tiffany style orange lustre art glass bowl, 23 cm diameter £40 - 60 20th Century Murano art glass baluster vase with cane work mille fiore inclusions, with original paper label, 32 cm high £40 - 60 102. 96. A cut crystal table lamp complete with dome shaped shade, 36 cm high, together with a crystal slice cut box and cover (2) £50 - 80 A pair of crystal decanters complete with tear drop shaped stoppers, largest 28 cm high (2) £20 - 40 A pair of pottery baluster table lamps, decorated with blue floral design, 37 cm high (2) £20 - 40 A set of six Cranberry glass wine glasses each raised on clear stem and foot, (6) £30 - 50 A collection of five green glass Chemist's bottles, each of cylindrical ribbed form, with stoppers and labels including Cinchon, Valerion, & Tinct OPII, etc (5) 22cm high (some A/F) £30 - 50 A set of three blue glass Chemist's bottles, of shouldered form with red and gilt labels for Glycer Pepsin, Amyli & Boracis (3) £20 - 40 A large quantity of clear glass Chemist's bottles, some with stoppers and red, gilt and black labels with a selection of miscellaneous coloured bottles (17) £50 - 80 A set of three triple ring necked decanters complete with stoppers, 25 cm high approx (3) £40 - 60 A carton containing various crystal decanters, vases and powder dishes, etc £50 - 100 A carton containing miscellaneous crystal including comport, fruit bowls and posies, etc £50 - 100

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106. A pair of early 20th Century Austrian glass vases, in the manner of Michael Powolny, possibly for Wiener Werkstatte, of baluster form with everted rim, the cased black glass with vertical tangerine applied stripes flowing to a confetti inclusion base, unmarked, 30 cm high (2) £300 - 500 A brass baluster vase with elephant handles to side with engraved stylised decoration, 26 cm high £30 - 50 A small clay model of a boar, 5 cm high £10 - 20 A pair of cast brass candlesticks, modelled as classical maidens raised on square shaped granite base, 20 cm high (2) £20 - 40 A collection of Epns ware including a tray, serving dish, Hotel Ware coffee pot and brass bookends, etc (a lot) £15 - 25 An Archibald Knox, English Pewter three piece tea set comprising teapot with raffia handle, single handled bowl and cream jug, marked 0231 together with an English Pewter hot water jug, marked 0958, all with embossed stylised Honesty design, (4) £200 - 300 A WMF electroplated visiting card tray, the standing female figure with trailing gown and outswept lily pad, marked to base WMF, EP £150 - 200 A WMF Art Deco Child's silver plate Christening set decorated with embossed Glasgow style rose petals, comprising bowl, spoon, pusher, napkin ring and rattle, in original leather fitted case £100 - 150 An Art Nouveau pewter ewer / jug with hinged lid, of stylised form with embossed floral decoration, 23 cm high £80 - 120 118. 115. An Art Nouveau green glass carafe with pewter collar of trailing design with small ruby coloured cabouchons, 23 cm high £50 - 80 An Arts & Crafts copper casket with hammered finish, the rectangular top with strapwork decoration and central enamelled plaque, the sides raised on plain riveted legs and feet, 20 cm length £100 - 200 An Art Nouveau Orivit style green glass decanter with stylised pewter mounts and outscrolling handle, 20 cm high £80 - 120 An Arts & Crafts copper casket with hammered finish, the rectangular top with central cabouchon panel, the conforming body raised on outscrolling riveted legs, 20 cm length £100 - 200 An Arts & Crafts crush sided decanter with hammered pewter stopper, collar and decoration to shoulders, 25 cm high £50 - 80 An Art Nouveau copper and brass casket, the rectangular top with stylised embossed decoration and Ruskin style central medallion, with similar sides raised on riveted brass legs, marked McVitie & Price, 18 cm length £150 - 250 An English Pewter hammered finish pedestal bowl, No 0381, together with a collection of pewter tankards (5) £40 - 60 A carton containing a quantity of vintage tins (a lot) £30 - 50 A vintage jigsaw puzzle, complete with original carton £30 - 50 Clock Golf, The Ideal Lawn Game, with original carton £20 - 40 125. A pair of Danish brass candle wall sconces by Dantorp Design, the rectangular tapering back plate with twin sconces, 32 cm high together with a Dantorp brass candle stick, Dantorp backstamps, (3) £80 - 120 A Meccano No.5 set together with Meccano Accessory Outfit No.5A set and a Meccano No.1 Clockwork Motor (3) £40 - 60 An early 20th Century cast iron "Jolly Nigger" money bank, wearing red jacket and blue bow tie together with a Victorian notebook (2) £30 - 50 An Italian jointed doll with blue painted eyes, red lips and blonde wig, with original costume and shoes, 66 cm high £20 - 40 An Armand Marseille bisque head Dream Baby Doll, with blue eyes and open mouth and jointed limbs, Model No. 351, 47 cm high £50 - 80 Two pewter chargers stamped W. Scott, 37 cm diameter, together with a pair of pewter plates and a further pair of plates, stamped Philip Ashberry & sons, Sheffield 1081 F, 25 cm diameter (6 £80 - 120 A pewter Collector's plate, stamped James Dixon & Sons, engraved "Free Church of Scotland, New Deer, Opened 2nd July 1843, 36 cm diameter, and another similar stamped James Dixon & Son 97, "Presented by Donald Farquharson to the Free Church, New Deer 1843, 41 cm diameter (2) £80 - 120 Pewter quart tankard and a pewter tappit jug, stamped 067 Philip Ashberry & Son, Sheffield, 28 cm high £100 - 150 A four piece Epns tea and coffee set decorated with gadrooned edge and with ebonised handles to side, comprising coffee pot, tea pot, milk and sugar (4) £40 - 60

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134. A Birmingham silver tortoiseshell backed dressing table brush and mirror set each with inlaid silver decoration (2) £20 - 40 A silver bullet shaped teapot with engraved foliate decoration and ivory scroll handle to side, with phoenix mask spout and berry finial to cover, raised on plain circular foot, possibly Scottish (marks rubbed and with old solder repairs) 12 cm high £100 - 200 A Chester silver backed brush set comprising two floral embossed brushes and a Birmingham silver backed clothes brush of similar design (3) £20 - 40 A cased set of six ivorine handled butter knives together with a cased set of Epns napkin rings (2) £10 - 20 A pair of Continental white metal condiments with embossed landscape pattern in the Dutch style, with vacant heart shaped cartouche, 5 cm high (2) £20 - 30 An Epns Adams style mustard complete with blue glass liner and an English Pewter ashtray with engraved inscription "College of Defence Studies" (2) £10 - 20 Epns paper knife and scissor set of Art Nouveau stylised design £40 - 60 White metal Glencorse Golf Club badge £20 - 40 A quantity of Epns ware including a goblet, cigarette cases, cake slice, pickle forks and a bottle coaster, etc (a lot) £15 - 25 A Birmingham silver two handled trophy cup, inscribed "Serdang Golf Trophy, 1930 Ladies Section" raised on ebonised plinth base, 18 cm high £30 - 50 147. 144. A collection of napkin rings including two London silver rings, Birmingham silver ring and four Continental white metal rings (7) £30 - 50 A Birmingham silver bowl with leaf scroll border to rim and raised on three paw feet, 12 cm diameter, £40 - 60 A Victorian Birmingham silver cigarette case decorated with gadroon edge and bright cut floral pattern together with a Birmingham silver vesta with engraved monogram (2) £40 - 60 A miniature Birmingham silver tankard, Sterling 935 Tennis tournament trophy goblet and a Continental white metal egg cup (3) £40 - 60 A set of eight Victorian Birmingham silver teaspoons by Walker & Hall (8) £40 - 60 A German silver Child's Christening set, in original fitted case 154. A leather fitted travelling toilet case containing two London silver topped scent bottles and two Epns topped vintage Malmaison scent bottles £40 - 60 A silver capstan inkwell with hinged lid, weighted £30 - 50 A crystal slice cut inkwell with Birmingham silver hinged top and collar, 11 cm high £20 - 40 A crystal three piece condiment set complete with Epns stand together with an Epns milk jug (2) £10 - 20 A miniature London silver teaset comprising teapot with ebony handle to side with matching scalloped edge milk and sugar bowl, all raised on tripod legs with paw feet, (3) £100 - 150 A carton containing a quantity of Epns wares including various flatware, tongs, tankards, trays and a teapot, etc (a lot) £20 - 40 A four piece Epns tea and coffee set by James Dixon & Sons of classical form with embossed acanthus leaf and floral decoration, comprising coffee pot, teapot, milk and sugar, teapot with engraved inscription "Presented to Mr & Mrs McKenzie by Friends On the Occasion Of Their Leaving Portree, Feb 1901", coffee pot 29 cm high £150 - 200 A "Mayan" copper head dress of fluted circular form with aperture for plume, 12 cm high £150 - 200 A "Mayan" copper embossed head dress with seven coronets fitted for plumes, 17 cm high £150 - 200 A bronze cruse / oil lamp in the form of a grotesque head, 6 cm high £40 - 60

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A Scottish Georgian silver snuff box with hinged lid, of rectangular form with ribbed decoration to the body and lid, by John Robertson, 7 cm high £120 - 160 A Birmingham silver and crocodile leather hip flask by James Dixon & Sons and another Birmingham silver and glass hip flask with an Epns and leather hip flask (3) £80 - 120 Birmingham silver cigarette case with bright cut engraving, 9 cm length £15 - 25 A Japanese silver box, the rectangular hinged lid enclosing an ebonised fitted interior, decorated with pagoda and landscape scene, signed with initials, marked Sterling 950, 19 cm length £100 - 150

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164. A cased set of six Birmingham silver buttons by Levi & Soloman, with embossed Art Nouveau design, each marked F. Lassere (6) £100 - 150 A 19th Century papier mache snuff box, the lid depicting a seated Lady in a woodland scene, 8.5 cm diameter £15 - 25 A Clydesdale Bank Twenty Pounds note, dated 19th November 1964 £20 - 40 A Birmingham silver hip flask with hinged top and leather pouch £20 - 40 A 19th Century Epns muffin dish with domed top, inset bowl and tray with twin handled dish raised on hairy paw feet, 22 cm high £40 - 60 A carton containing a toilet bottle with embossed floral Chester silver lid, two small bottles with Birmingham silver rims, Birmingham silver backed brush and a brass dressing table brush set, (a lot) £20 - 40 A Victorian cranberry glass double ended scent bottle of faceted form with London silver gilt covers, marked S. Mordan & Co, Makers, 14 cm length £60 - 80 A set of six Sheffield silver reproduction "Trifid" spoons, retailed by Mappin & Webb, in original fitted case (6) £30 - 50 Two cased set of Epns coffee spoons, a set of pastry forks, together with Epns grape scissors and a tart lift (5) £15 - 25 A crocodile dressing case with gilt monogram "J.D.F", enclosing an ivory brush set, eight various brushes, two shoe horns, glove stretchers and page turner and various glass bottles and trinkets, etc 44 cm wide together with a leather travelling case (2) £80 - 120 175. 174. A coffee spoon by Faberge, decorated with translucent red guilloche enamel over an engine turned ground, with beaded white enamel border and rope twist shaft with enamelled lozenge, 10 cm long Similar to part of Lot 80, Imperial & Royal Presents Sale, Sotheby's Sale, London, 24th November 2008 £100 - 200 A pair of 14k gold and enamelled cufflinks by Faberge, each of circular form with diamond encrusted border, decorated with red translucent guilloche enamel over a quatrefoil design with inline lozenges, chain link to bar decorated with diamond encrusted swags, terminating in ruby cabouchon, marked verso, including original box marked Faberge Moscow £2000 - 3000 A Russian white metal oval handpainted portrait brooch of a Lady contained within rope twist border, 5 cm length £50 - 70 Costume jewellery comprising a micro mosaic pendant, hardstone brooch and a silver hardstone cabouchon ring (3) £20 - 40 A 9 carat gold locket on trace link chain together with an Italian three coloured gold bracelet and necklace, both marked 9kt (A/F) approx 14g £70 - 100 An 18 carat gold and white gold ring, set three central graduating baguette diamonds, each shoulder flanked by three further princess cut diamonds, 1.1cts, with valuation grading certificate £500 - 700 A large quantity of costume jewellery comprising brooches, beads, faux pearls, pocket watch, compacts and earrings, etc (a lot) £50 - 80 9 carat gold lady's wristwatch, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals on expanding 9 carat gold bracelet strap, with original box £50 - 70 182. A collection of three vintage Lady's wristwatches including a Bulova wristwatch on 9 carat gold articulated strap, an Art Deco Doxa wristwatch, inside case stamped 14k and a Record 9 carat gold wristwatch, together with a Hamilton pocket watch and a Estyma travel clock (5) all a/f £80 - 120 Henry Band Junior, silver cased Hunter key wound pocket watch, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial, London 1876, with Serial No. 4658 £100 - 200 A silver cased Waltham pocket watch, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary dial, London 1877 £30 - 50 A George III silver pear cased pocket watch, the enamelled dial with Arabic numerals, movement signed Ian Weight No 3754, London 1788, contained within ornate gilt tooled leather outer case £180 - 220 An 18th Century pear cased verge pocket watch by James Howden, Edinburgh, the enamelled dial with Roman numerals £180 - 220 A French silver cased Lady's Swiss fob watch, the white enamel dial with blue Roman numerals and floral border, retailed by Mossman & Sons, Princes Street, Edinburgh with original fitted case £60 - 80 A collection of pocket watches, clocks and an aircraft navigational stop watch, etc (a lot) £50 - 80 A collection six pocket watch / clocks omplete with leather easel stand cases (6) £60 - 80 A white metal cased circular mantle clock, the white enamelled dial with Roman numerals with carriage movement, 11 cm diameter £40 - 60

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191. A silver four piece dressing table brush set hand mirror, two brushes and comb, all decorated with central wreath containing initial M, Birmingham 1921 £30 - 50 A set of three WWI campaign medals together with a WWI Death Plaque dedicated to James Dingwall Fordyce, both contained within leather fitted cases by W & J Milne, (2) £50 - 80 A carved ivory handled black lace parasol , the rose carved finial with rope twist handle, brass clasp marked DUPUY & RUE DE LA PAIY, 62 cm length, together with a pair of tortoiseshell lorgnettes (2) £40 - 60 A Paragon carved ivory handled parasol by S. Fox & Co £50 - 80 An Ikonta vintage camera complete with original leather carrying case together with a Draughtsman Set of Cardboard Scales (2) £20 - 40 A brass Christmas 1914 tin containing a selection of Persian ivory handpainted counters and a small novelty gavel together with a framed Chinese print of Buddha (2) £30 - 50 Portrait miniature of Laird McLeenan Oval contained within ebonised frame £80 - 100 19th Century portrait miniature of an Elizabethan Lady, signed Page, contained within an oval frame, 9 cm length £30 - 50 A Gent's 18 carat gold Patek Philippe wristwatch circa 1923, the rectangular silvered dial with gold Arabic numerals and gold hands, gadrooned winding crown, on a blue leather strap. no. 804-806, with documentation from Patek Philippe dated 1983 £4500 - 5000 200. A horn walking cane with floral engraved silver collar and mounts £20 - 40 A collection of three Japanese ivory Geisha girls in various poses (A/F) largest 12 cm high £80 - 120 A collection of three Indonesian ornamental bone carvings, (3) largest 26 cm high £60 - 80 A collection of three Indonesian ornamental bone carvings 3) largest 26 cm high £60 - 80 A collection of three ivory elephants together with a small netsuke and a carved bone figure group, (5) £60 - 80 An ivory tusk and another smaller, largest 17 cm length (2) £40 - 60 An oak cased canteen containing a suite of Mappin and Webb flatware, twelve place setting including, fruit knives and forks, fish knives and forks, table knives and forks, serving utensils, etc £100 - 150 A stag's horn five piece carving set by Hamilton & Inches in original fitted case £40 - 60 An oak canteen containing a suite of Epns flatware £30 - 50 A large collection of shells, stones and fossils, etc £40 - 60 A Scrimshaw tusk depicting penguins and The Challenger sailing ship by T. Thomason 1865, 13 cm high £30 - 50 A red leather bound scroll box with gilt embossed George V cipher and decoration, 50 cm length £30 - 50 A quantity of Art books including Paleolithic Art, the Glasgow Boys and The Art of Jordan, etc £30 - 50 213. A composition Religious study "Jesus Meets His Mother" painted in colours, 85 cm high £40 - 60 "The Combination Tray" by Henry Laveridge & Co, 55 cm length £20 - 40 Mahogany serpentine framed glazed tray containing a beadwork floral panel, 58 cm length £50 - 80 A carved cart pulled by oxen `Lamudahaza' by Cahdia, 93cm long £50 - 80 A mahogany stationery rack fitted two long compartments and three short, 36 cm length £20 - 40 Miniature mahogany chest, fitted three long drawers on plinth base, 25 x 25 cm £40 - 60 Miniature mahogany chest fitted two banks of four short drawers, 33 x 37 cm £40 - 60 Mahogany and brass bound writing desk with a fitted interior and base drawer, 45 x 15 cm £40 - 60 Collection of four hickory shafted golf clubs including Spade Mashie and a Mashie Niblick, etc (4) £20 - 40 Mahogany tray with inlaid paterae and twin handles £15 - 25 Two cartons of 78's including Beethoven's Concerta No.5, etc (a quantity) £20 - 40 Collection of brass preserve pans of various sizes, (a lot) £15 - 25 An Edwardian brass rise and fall light fitting £30 - 50 Glass fronted advertising needle case for "Abel Morrall's Flora McDonald Needles" fitted five long drawers, £40 - 60

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227. A carton miscellaneous South American costumes and various linens, etc £40 - 60 A collection of Auction Catalogues and Art books including a Sotheby's price guide etc (a lot) £30 - 50 Silk embroidered kimono / dressing gown £40 - 60 A Bhutan / Nepalese full dress costume together with a tailor's dummy £40 - 60 A boxed Croquet set by F.H Ayres, including two additional mallets £40 - 60 A boxed Croquet set by Jacques of London, including two additional mallets £40 - 60 A 19th century Naval sabre, the wire twist shagreen handle with plain hilt and leather scabbard £90 - 110 A mid 19th Century brass and leather bound three section telescope £60 - 80 BSA 177 air gun made in 1906 , Lincoln Jeffries Patent, made by The Birmingham Small Arms Company, No 6313 £90 - 110 A Post War Commando knife, the ring turned handle with tapered blade and leather sheath, and another, the wire and and leather bound handle with triangular blade (2) £30 - 50 A horn handed Dyak with bamboo sheath £20 - 40 248. 249. 246. 243. 242. 240. A pair of Old Sheffield Plate candlesticks with embossed decoration, 30 cm high £40 - 60 An Afghan saddle bag with four bands of four guls with cream and red border, 122 x 78cm, another with seven bands of five guls, 100 x 71cm, and another with three banks of six guls with geometric border, 92 x 87cm (3) £100 - 120 A prayer rug with deep orange ground, central geometric field surrounded by cream border, 117 x 160cm, another Afghan style rug with three bands of nine diamonds surrounded by double border, 158 x 124cm (2) £50 - 80 A rug with blue ground, central medallion surrounded by geometric patterns with blue and red border, 200 x 139cm £80 - 120 Three runners, 243 x 99cm, 420 x 90cm and 205 x 174cm (3) £100 - 150 A rug with orange ground, central diamond pattern with chequered border, 167 x 87cm, another with red central ground around medallions with blue ground surrounded by double border, 210 x 88cm (2) £40 - 60 A carpet with cream ground, central geometric medallion, surrounded by floral pattern red spandrels, gold floral border, 250 x 350cm £250 - 350 A silk Persian rug, 182 x 123 cm £200 - 250

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A Persian Isfahan rug, 180 x 110 cm £200 - 250 An Elkington & Co Epns scalloped edge tazza on pedestal base, 15 cm high £20 - 40

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GUIDE TO PICTURE TERMS

· Please note that picture attributions and descriptions are statements of our opinion only. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunity to view and inspect their Lots before the sale and must satisfy themselves as to accuracy of our descriptions, which are given in good faith for guidance purposes. Buyers are therefore encouraged to take up independent specialist advice regarding attributions, condition and technical matters before making purchases, especially those involving a significant reliance upon the attributions and descriptions given within our sale catalogue. JohnConstable:inouropinionthe artist's work. AttributedtoJohnConstable:inour opinion probably by the artist. Although not as certain as the previous category. StudioofJohnConstable:inouropinion an unknown artist working in a studio of the artist. Although not necessarily under direction of the artist. CircleofJohnConstable:inouropinion an artist associated with the artist but not necessarily a pupil. MannerofJohnConstable:inour opinion in the style of the artist and at a later date. AfterJohnConstable:inouropinion,a copy of the artist's work. ScottishSchool(18thCentury):any work by an unrecognised artist of that time. SignedJ.Constableinouropinionisa copy by the artist. ARR Artist's Resale Rights.

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John Blair(1850-1934), The Cairn Culloden, Watercolour 17 cm high, 25 cm wide £220 - 250 W. L. Wyllie (1851-1931), , Admirals Yacht and Victory, Portsmouth, Watercolour Sighned 16 cm high, 27 cm wide £800 - 1200 Con Campbell (Irish), The Final Hurdle, Pen on board 14 cm high, 19 cm wide £150 - 170 After Archibald Thorburn, Goshawk, and another, Marlin, Watercolours sighed A.T. (2) 14 cm high, 10 cm wide £300 - 500 Samuel Phillips Jackson (18301904), Watching the Waves, Watercolour sighed 16 cm high, 25 cm wide £200 - 250 Michelle Carlin (Irish), Family at the beach, Oil on board 28 cm high, 28 cm wide £220 - 270 Helga von Cramm Winter scene Watercolour signed 34cm high, 52 cm wide

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Eugene Deshayes, Off -Loading the Cargo, Watercolour 14 cm high, 24 cm wide £180 - 220 Rodger McPhail, Cock Pheasant, Watercolour 31 cm high, 41 cm wide £600 - 800 Roy Wallace (Irish), Cobbler, oil, Sighed 18 cm high, 18 cm wide £150 - 170 Archibald Thorburn (1860-1935), Great Shear Water, Watercolour, signed 15 cm high, 23 cm high £1500 - 2000 F. C. B Cadell, RSA (1883-1837) Head of a Man, Pencil 18 cm high, 14 cm high £300 - 500 S Copper, Greyhound Etching signed in pencil 3/25 16 cm high, 11 cm wide £60 - 80 S. J. Peploe (1871-1935), Mother and Child, Ink on paper 10 cm high, 7 cm wide £300 - 500 Madawaska-Hemy (1850-1937) The Tower of London from the Thames Watercolour, signed; with impressive gilt frame 63 cm high, 100 cm wide £800 - 1200 G E Lodge(1829-1954), Golden Eagle, Monochrome watercolour 14 cm high, 17 cm wide £100 - 120 Anderson Hague (1850-1916) Gathering along the Beach Oil on Canvas 58 cm high, 58 cm high £700 - 1000 Archibald Thorburn Drake Watercolour, signed 1928, 19cm x 14cm £2000 - 3000

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275. Archibald Thorburn Owl Watercolour, signed 1933, 23 x 15cm £2000 - 3000 Archibald Thorburn Bunting Watercolour, signed 1924, 27 x 18cm £3000 - 5000 Etching `G' `'Well Over'' and `'Winding'' 18 x 13cm and 13 x 18cm £80 - 120 GE Lodge Woodcock print, 23 x 27cm, and two other print by the same hand; Partridge, (3), 23 x 27cm and Grouse, 23 x 27cm £80 - 120 Tom Scott Cawdor Caith Mirror/watercolour, 12 x 24cm £300 - 500 Isabel Watson Wood Blewits Watercolour, 26 x 36 and another by the same hand; Fly Agarics, watercolour, 22 x 29cm (2) £60 - 80 JF Herring Rural Farm Scenes Watercolour, 21 x 31cm, and three other similar watercolours (4) £60 - 80 Norman Wilkinson Spey Pool Drypoint etching, 22 x 30cm £100 - 120 Spare Lot Spare Lot W Wyllie Warship in Harbour Watercolour, 1910, 24 x 36cm £800 - 1200 W Wyllie Figure Studies Monochrome, 18 x 35cm 298. 288. W Heaton-Copper Little Tarn, Near Brompton Watercolour and charcoal £200 - 300 WM Burchall Towering Out Lime House Reach Watercolour, 25 x 36cm £250 - 350 Archibald Thorburn Grouse Watercolour, monochrome, 19 x 32cm £1500 - 2000 Henry Wilkinson Bassett Hounds Coloured etching, 15/100, signed, 25 x 37cm £40 - 60 JC Harrison Do Hemel Carn Ban Mor Watercolour, 16 x 23cm £150 - 200 JC Harrison Ptarmigan Watercolour, 1926, 14 x 23cm £150 - 200 Archibald Thorburn Glen Catacol, Isle of Arran Watercolour, 17 x 25cm £2000 - 3000 Philip Aickman Flying Ducks Watercolour, 19 x 28cm £200 - 300 Louis Wain Cats Playing Golf 34 x 54cm 305. £120 - 160 306. 303. 301. 300. Follower of Sam Bough, RSA 1822 - 1878 Highland group in the landscape with cottage and distant bridge, Watercolour & pencil Unsigned Mounted in glazed frame 35 x 49cm £100 - 200 John Macdonald Aiken, RSA 1860 - 1961 Study of white flowers in a green glass vase Watercolour Signed & dated 1904 17 x 12.75 " £200 - 300 Ralston Gudgeon RSW 1910 1984 Leaping Salmon Watercolour with gouache Signed & framed 15 x 20" £200 - 300 Donald Moodie RSA, PSSA, 1893 - 1963 Pastoral landscape Pen, ink and watercolour Signed & framed 12 x 19.5" £100 - 200 Ken Frewin, b.1936 Still life of dried flowers and grasses Watercolour & gouache Signed and dated `71 21.75 x 22.5 " £80 - 120 Peter McGregor Wilson Two fishermen in rowing boat Oil on canvas £1000 - 2000 James Cassie RSA, RSW 1819 1879 The pet rabbits Oil on panel Signed and dated 1860, in original gilt frame 13.25 x 11.25 " £450 - 650 J.B Russell A study of game, winter hare and pheasant Oils on card Signed 19.25 x 29.5 " £150 - 250 J Russell Salmon on river bank Oil on canvas Signed and dated `99 15.75 x 23.25 "

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Louis Wain Cats Playing Golf Teasing the Mouse, 34 x 54cm £120 - 160 HR Hall Highland Cattle, Loch Katrine Oil on canvas, 23 x 34cm £200 - 300 William Daniel Durobin Castle, Sutherland Coloured engraving, and another of Bonnerbridge, published William Daniel, London (2) £40 - 60

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309. Dhui Russell (Daughter of John Bucknall Russell) A hare attacked by stoats Oil on canvas Signed 14.25 x 29.5 " £120 - 180 19th Century Scottish School Dramatic study of highland loch with mountains behind Oil on canvas Indistinctly signed with monogram J Mc? (With colour man's canvas mark verso for Robert Millar, Glasgow) £100 - 200 W.A Yule 19th Century School Figures in a rowing boat Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1895 (with incomplete self portrait by the artist verso) 14.5 x 23.5 " £300 - 500 Alexander Fraser 1828 - 1899 Near Birmingham, a rare pastoral view Oil on canvas Signed 9.5 x 17.5 £100 - 200 Alexander Fraser, 1828 - 1899 The Ground Pit Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1871 11 x 17.5 " £250 - 350 Alexander Kellock Brown RSA 1849 - 1922 Evening at Benderloch Oils on milled board Signed with monogram lower right 9.75 x 13.75 " £200 - 300 Alexander Wellwood Rattary ARSA, RSW 1849 - 1902 A highland loch scene Oil on canvas Signed 13.25 x 17.25 " £350 - 500 James Guthrie PRSA 1859 - 1930 Young boy wearing red cap and white smock Oil on canvas Signed 15.5 x 10.75 " £300 - 500 317. Arthur Henry Jenkins, b.1871 Sheep in a country lane Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1907 24.5 x 19.75 " £250 - 350 British School, Early 20th Century Seascape with fishermen Oil on canvas Signed indistinctly With label verso for A.W Harley Br, St James, London 12.5 x 12.5 " £150 - 250 Early 20th Century School Circle of D.Y Cameron Seascape Oil on board 6.25 x 12.5 " £120 - 180 N Grigor Study of Roses Oil on canvas board Signed 17.25 x 13.25 " 327. Sir Henry Moore Tigers Animals in Zoo Series Etching signed

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Dorothy Stirling (b.1947) Fishing for the Moon Oil on board, 24 x 29cm £60 - 80 Ian Rolland Pigs Watercolour on paper, signed 14 x 19cm £80 - 100 Valerie Fraser Still Life of Roses Oil on board, 28 x 35cm £100 - 200 Frank Manclark SLM The Great Michael Limited edition print 2/195, signed in pencil £70 - 80 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004) Hay You Artist proof, signed `77, 54 x 41cm £150 - 200 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004) All that Jazz Male proof, decollage, oil, crayon, signed, 60 x 52cm £150 - 200 Pietro Psaier (1936 - 2004) The ladies of Chanel, Paris First state proof, fruitwood with applied monochrome sections with ceramic glaze fired overlay, signed £200 - 300 A monochrome watercolour of a lady, signed 1664, 23 x 15cm £120 - 140 A set of four prints of carp, 17cm high x 26cm wide £40 - 60 A set of six naval prints by Harold Wyllie, signed in pencil, 22cm high x 40cm wide £120 - 140 A Pompellian style painting of a cherub riding a chariot pulled by fauns, 17cm high x 28cm wide £20 - 30 DH Winder 1914 Fishing by the River Oil on canvas, 29 x 62cm

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340. Berghem Mediterranean rural scenes A matched pair of etchings in gilt frames, 28 x 20cm (2) £80 - 120 J Farquharson Highland Cattle Etching, signed in pencil, 54 x 81cm £100 - 200 J Farquharson Leaving the Hills Etching, 49 x 79cm, along with BW Leader RA, Wild Water, etching, 38 x 62cm £100 - 150 Margaret McGavin Still Life of Aubergines Oil on canvas, 44 x 40cm 350. L.J Brand Light Shade and Oil Reflections Oil on canvas 59 x 49 cm £50 - 60 Hubert Coop Coastal Scene with Martell Tower Watercolour 18 x 28 cm £200 - 300 John Crealock Mevdon Oil on canvas 29 x 59 cm 361. In the manner of Horatio McCulloch Mountain landscape Oil on board Indistinctly signed Contained within gilt glazed frame 24 x 34 cm £150 - 250 19th Century Scottish School Highland Croft with cattle and figures Oil on board Signed with monogram lower right 26 x 40 cm £150 - 200 Collection of twenty one Walter Scott hardback novels (21) £40 - 60 Set of ten Time Life, Ages of Man hardback books including Ancient China, Imperial Rome, etc (10) £15 - 25 Set of fourteen Thackeray leather bound novels, (14) £120 - 180 Set of seventeen Charles Dickens hardback novels including Nicholas Nickleby and Great Expectations, etc (17) £40 - 60 An Edwardian Genykage brass bird cage, 44 cm high £20 - 40 A pair of Georgian style mahogany serpentine side cabinets, the moulded top with canted corners over three drawers, shaped apron flanked by closed fretwork panels, raised on splayed bracket feet, 54 x 78 cm high £60 - 80 A Victorian style desk chair, the cushioned button back top rial over baluster supports and cushioned seat , raised on sabre legs terminating in castors £50 - 80 A mahogany dressing table, the arched triptych mirror over beaded serpentine top, frieze drawer flanked by two short drawers, raised on cabriole legs, terminating in pad feet, 136 x 174 cm high £40 - 60

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John Bellany Lady of The North Watercolour and pencil Signed 36 x 26 cm £900 - 1100 Frank McFadden Match "N" Hats Pastel on paper Signed 60 x 45 cm Frank McFadden I'm Not Alone Pastel Signed 60 x 47 cm C. J Johnstone The Forth Rail Bridge Oil on canvas 128 x 158 cm C. J Johnston Abstract Oil on canvas Signed and dated `89 118 x 175 cm

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August Siegen Interior Scene of Cologne Cathedral Oil on panel Signed 52 x 44 cm £800 - 1200 French vineyard wall clock with comtouse movement and glass dial, the oval moulded frame mounted by vine leaves enclosing ebony inlaid slip, the circular glass face with Roman numerals, 47 x 60 cm £100 - 120 Kate Cameron Landscape near Cowell Watercolour Signed 15.5 x 24 cm £350 - 450 D. Y Cameron Stirling Castle Etching Signed (Label verso for D.B Bennett & Sons, 156 Buchanan Street, Glasgow) 29 x 44 cm £100 - 150

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371. A mahogany framed cheval mirror, the floral carved frame with bevelled mirror plate, raised on square column sabre legs, terminating in brass castors, 68 x 170 cm high £50 - 80 A Victorian heavily bleached carved oak cabinet, the rectangular top over two acanthus mask frieze drawers, matching doors, raised on plinth base 125 x 106 cm high £80 - 120 A pair of carved limed oak hall chairs, each with arched floral carved backs with embossed motto "F/ DE. ET.F/ DVC / A", with solid seats, raised on block and turned legs, united by stretchers, including a Carolean style limed oak hall chair (3) £80 - 120 A mahogany serpentine dressing table, the shaped top over frieze drawers flanked by panelled cupboard doors, raised on cabriole legs, terminating in pad feet, 126 x 80 cm high £40 - 60 A late 19th Century rocking chair, the cushioned balloon back over cushioned seat, raised on baluster turned legs, united by stretchers £30 - 50 A George III style mahogany chest, the moulded rectangular top over three graduated long drawers, raised on squat bracket feet, 124 x 80 cm high £100 - 150 A modern "leatherette" tub chair £40 - 60 A modern miniature Chinese Chippendale style open arm chair, the acanthus carved serpentine top rial over pierced vase shaped vertical splats, scroll arms, drop in cushioned seat, shaped apron, raised on cabriole legs, terminating in claw and ball feet, 32 x 52 cm high £40 - 60 379. A George III style gilt framed wall mirror, with gadrooned and nulled frame, 153 x 82cm £100 - 150 After Le Corbusier a modern LC4 chaise longue of ergonomic form, the tubular chrome plated frame upholstered in calf skin with leather head restraint raised on black painted steel base, £200 - 300 A Georgian sampler depicting verse, trees, flowers and symbols for Mary Radcliffe 1818, contained within glazed gilt frame, 50 x 48 cm £100 - 200 A William IV sampler worked in colours on linen, depicting a Georgian house, floral border and a cat by Janet Calderhead aged 14 years, Bathgate, dated 1834, contained within a mahogany glazed frame, 43 x 33 cm £150 - 250 An Alphabet sampler worked in colours on linen, contained with a glazed frame, 43 x 25 cm £80 - 120 A Georgian sampler worked in coloured silks on linen by Jane Stevens, 1799 depicting verse and roses with floral border, contained within an oak glazed frame, 32 x 41 cm £150 - 250 A pair of prints depicting a renaissance lady and gentleman £40 - 60 Spare Lot

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419. An early 20th century black lacquered table lamp decorated with gilt chinoisserie design, complete with shade, 46cm high £40 - 60 A Victorian mahogany extending dining table, the moulded rectangular top over plain beeded frieze, raised on acanthus carved fluted tapering legs terminating in ceramic castors; including three additional leeves 107cm wide, 76cm high, 171cm long, 307cm extended £700 - 900 A Victorian mahogany compactum, the scrolling pediment over a inverted breakfront, projected moulded cornice, two panelled doors five long drawers, flanked by full length arched panelled doors , with scrolling brackets, raised on plinth base 243 cm wide, 225 cm high, 75 cm deep £500 - 700 A set of six Victorian mahogany dining chairs, each with moulded arched top-rail, over waisted vertical splat, pad seat, moulded frieze, raised on fluted baluster turned legs (6) £250 - 350 A pine bench, the shaped acanthus carved toprail over ogee peirced splats and baluster turned supports, flanked by matching arms, plank seat raised on square legs united by stretchers 140cm wide, 85cm high, 52cm deep £50 - 60 A early to mid 20th century walnut and mahogany writing desk, the moulded arched back with crossbanded doors, enclosing fitted interior, over a moulded rectangular top with skiver, three frieze, , shaped apron, raised on shell carved cabriole legs terminating in pad feet 93 cm wide, 102 cm high, 59 cm deep £200 - 300 425. A mid to late Victorian inlaid cabinet, the later moulded mahogany top, over concealed frieze drawer, with ebony, kingwood and walnut inlay, pannelled doors, flanked by fluted columns, mounted by carved swags, plinth base raised on bun feet 131cm wide, 91cm high, 59cm deep £300 - 400 A late Victorian mahogany Davenport, the three quarter gallery over hinged panelled writing slope, plain frieze raised on fluted square columns, terminating in plinth base united by stretcher, 70cm wide x 89cm high x 31cm diameter £70 - 100 A mahogany torchere, the circular egg and dart moulded top over fluted column, acanthus carved cabriole tripod legs terminating in lion paw feet, 100cm high x 30cm diamater £40 - 60 Six prints of Cries of London by F Wheatley RA, `Old Chairs to Mend', `Do you want any matches', `milk below maids', ` A new love song only ha'penny a piece', Two bunches a penny primroses two bunches a penny' £30 - 50 A late Victorian oak hall chair, the pierced waisted back over moulded solid seat, raised on lion supports, cabriole legs united by turned stretcher £30 - 50 A set of two brass fire irons, comprising of tong and poker each with spiral coil handles over turned shaft £20 - 40 Large brass taps £15 - 25 442. 435. Marcel Dyf Les Fleurs, Still Life Print, signed, 11/500, 60cm high x 59cm wide, mounted with gilt frame £50 - 80 A brass three tier pot stand, each tier with pierced butterfly and scrolling decoration raised on fluted column, mounted by finials terminating in scroll feet, 77cm high £40 - 60 A George III mahogany secretaire chest, the moulded rectangular top over two chunky drawers enclosing a combination of short drawers and pigeon holes, with three further long drawers, raised on bracket feet, 126cm wide x 105cm high x 57cm deep £400 - 600 A George III mahogany D end table, the reeded, rounded rectangular top over plain frieze raised on reeded baluster turned legs, 137cm wide x 71cm high x 65cm deep £60 - 80 A mid 19th century mahogany pedestal table, the rectangular top with canted corner, raised on baluster turned column plinth base, raised on bun feet, 54cm wide x 68c high x 39cm deep £40 - 60 A 20th century three seater sofa, upholstered in yellow with loose feather cushions, 200cm wide x 73cm high x 89cm deep £120 - 140 A 20th century three seater sofa, with checkered white and blue loose covers and cushions, 200cm wide x 74cm high x 89cm deep £120 - 140 A pair of 19th century oak demilune tables, each with plain beaded frieze, raised on square tapering legs, including an additional leaf £200 - 300

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443. Matched pair of Scottish side chairs, each with bow back, one horizontal splat shaped solid seat, raised on baluster turned legs, united by H frame stretcher, stamped `R.W.' and `M34' (2) £80 - 100 A Jacobean style oak chest, the moulded rectangular top over four graduated panelled long drawers, raised on bun feet, 98cm wide x 94cm high x 56cm deep £200 - 400 A Regency mahogany metamorphic cabinet, the hinged moulded rectangular top enclosing fold fall flap shelves with escutcheons, over three crossbanded short drawers, flanked by floral inlay panels, two shell inlaid doors enclosing a combination of drawers and shelves raised on bracket feet, 125cm wide x 114cm high x 60cm deep £450 - 550 An Edwardian mahogany folding writing table, the moulded rectangular top enclosing leathered writing case, raised on lion scissor legs, united by fluted stretcher, 63cm wide x 76cm high x 60cm deep (open) £500 - 800 A 19th century rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy, the beaded projected lid enclosing mixing bowl, flanked by hinged containers, stained trunk with loop handle, beaded base raised on bun feet, 34cm wide x 20cm high x 19cm deep £300 - 500 A Louis XV serpentine inlaid satinwood side table, the floral inlay and crossbanded top with gilt metal border enclosing mirror and compartments over serpentine aprons, sabre legs with gilt metal floral mounts, 54cm wide x 72cm high x 37cm deep £300 - 500 449. A marble and gilt Rococo console table, the moulded serpentine top over a pierced scallop shell and floral frieze, raised on scroll and floral cabriole legs united by shell and floral stretcher, 110cm wide x 83cm high x 42cm deep, with floral and acanthus pediment over elaborate pierced acanthus frame enclosing bevelled mirrored plate, 135cm high £1500 - 2000 A Louis XV mahogany and brass whatnot of small proportions, the pierced 3/4 gallery over serpentine top, frieze drawer, two open shelves raised on ring turned supports, 48cm wide x 88cm high x 33cm deep £200 - 250 A Regency satin wood oval side table, with shell inlay, over crossbanded floral painted frieze, raised on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet, united by X frame stretcher with urn plinth, 41cm wide x 75cm high x 29cm deep £400 - 600 A Georgian style mahogany and inlaid davenport, the crossbanded moulded fall flap enclosing fitted interior over four graduated long drawers raised on bracket feet, 62cm wide x 98cm high x 41cm deep £80 - 120 A Georgian mahogany roll-top desk, the tambour front, enclosing boxwood strung fitted interior, over dummy frieze drawer, raised on square legs united by H-frame stretchers 84 cm wide, 106 cm high, 61cm deep £200 - 300 A George III style mahogany knee hole desk, the moulded rectangular top over beaded frieze panel, short drawer, panelled door, flanked by banks of four graduated short drawers, raised on bracket feet 113 cm wide, 80 cm high, 60 cm deep £300 - 500 455. A Georgian mahogany tea table, the hinged moulded rectangular top with one plain frieze raised on square legs, 91cm wide x 73cm high x 45cm deep £80 - 120 A Scottish Regency oval mahogany and inlaid side table, the crossbanded and boxwood strung top, over a single frieze drawer raised on square tapering legs, terminating in spade feet united by X frame stretcher, 59cm wide x 71cm high x 43cm deep £150 - 200 A late Victorian oak side table, the moulded rectangular top over a plain frieze, raised on square tapering legs, terminating in stained block feet, 84cm wide x 77cm high x 46cm deep £80 - 120 A Victorian marble top mahogany washing table, the grey rectangular top over three short drawers, towel rail, raised on baluster turned legs, united by stretcher, 91cm wide x 75cm high x 46cm deep £80 - 100 An oak tambour front music cabinet, the rectangular top over tambour front enclosing drawers, raised on block feet, 47 cm wide x 113 cm high x 36 cm deep £80 - 100 An oak coffer, the hinged rectangular top with moulded and scalloped edge, plain front, later brackets to feet, 110cm wide x 60cm high x 39cm deep £200 - 400 A Louis XV mahogany and inlaid triangular side table, the pierced gilt metal gallery over floral inlaid top, inlaid frieze flanked by carved acanthus vessels raised on fluted turned legs, terminating in splayed legs united by stretcher with central finial £150 - 250 A mahogany canteen of cutlery for twelve, by Viners Ltd, Sheffield (some items lacking) £30 - 50

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463. An altered Victorian mahogany chest, the rectangular top over three long drawers, raised on block feet, 128cm wide x 86cm high x 55cm deep £50 - 70 A winged button back arm chair, the concave back over scroll arms, serpentine sprung seat, raised on square tapering legs, 80cm wide x 92cm high x 73cm deep £150 - 200 A 19th century mahogany bowfront chest, two short over two long drawers, shaped apron, raised on bracket feet, 101cm wide x 86cm high x 50cm deep £50 - 70 An Edwardian mahogany chest, the moulded rectangular top over two short and two long drawers, raised on plinth base, formally a dressing desk, 107cm wide x 78cm high x 46cm deep £60 - 80 A satin birch hall table, the rounded rectangular top over a single frieze drawer raised on barley twist legs, terminating in tapering turned feet, 99cm wide x 75cm high x 55cm deep £80 - 120 A pine side table, the rounded rectangular top over a single frieze drawer raised on baluster turned legs, terminating in ceramic castors, 100cm wide x 71cm high x 68cm deep £50 - 70 An oak gate leg table, the moulded oval top on barley twist legs united by stretcher, 75cm wide x 73cm high x 40cm deep (100cm extended) £40 - 60 A pine circular kitchen table, the moulded top raised on baluster column quad form legs, 138cm diameter £80 - 120 A Victorian mahogany Prie Dieu, the T formed cushioned back flanked by barley twist columns upholstered in needle point, serpentine apron, scroll carved cabriole legs terminating in ceramic castor £80 - 120 478. 472. A Victorian ladies chair, of scroll frame, with red and tapestry upholstery raised on fluted legs, terminating in ceramic castors £80 - 120 A mahogany adjustable piano stool, patent 1904, the cushioned seat flanked by turned handles, moulded frieze raised on baluster turned legs, Townson, Whiteburn Road, Bathgate, Piano & Organ Rooms £40 - 60 A set of six pine captains chairs, arched top rail over pierced vertical splat flanked by baluster splats, open arms, shaped seat, baluster turned stretcher legs £80 - 120 A pair of Georgian mahogany side chairs each with reeded top rail, over vertical splats, drop in pad seat, raised on square tapering legs united by stretchers (2) £40 - 60 An altered early 19th century Bijouterie table, the glass hinged top over serpentine finial, single open shelf and drawer, raised on square tapering legs united by x frame stretcher, 30cm wide x 80cm high x 33cm deep £80 - 120 An Edwardian mahogany and inlaid parlour seat, the cushioned scroll top rail over inlaid pierced fretwork back, serpentine cushioned seat, raised on tapering legs, upholstered in turquoise cord, 123cm wide x 71cm high x 60cm deep £100 - 140 An Edwardian mahogany bookcase cabinet, the perforated moulded cornice over two glazed doors, enclosing adjustable shelves, moulded rectangular tops, two shelf doors, panelled doors flanked by fluted column raised on turned feet, 125cm wide x 205cm high x 52cm deep £180 - 220 482. 479. A late 19th/early 20th century oak Davenport `The Ebus Desk', the three quarter gallery over tambour front enclosing fitted interior, paneled front flanked by four graduated drawers to the right, on castors, 74cm wide x 109cm high x 61cm deep £80 - 100 An adapted oak court cupboard, the egg and dart projected cornice over two quarter panelled doors, mask and floral carved columns raised on later fluted turned legs, 167cm wide x 138cm high x 51cm deep £200 - 300 A late Victorian ladies music chair, the carved top rail over pierced vertical splat flanked by fluted support, serpentine cushioned seat raised on fluted turned legs terminating in ceramic castors, 59cm wide x 79cm high x 44cm deep £60 - 80 A Carolean style oak and carved arm chair, th carved top rail with cherubs and crown over floral carved vertical splats, acanthus carved open arms, carved seat, shaped apron, raised on block and barley twist legs, united by stretcher, 57cm wide x 80cm high x 50cm deep £60 - 80 An oak glazed corner cabinet, the moulded frieze with glazed door enclosing shelves, 67cm wide x 122cm high x 34cm deep £60 - 80 A Georgian style mahogany Bowfront desk of small proportions, the moulded top over brush slide four graduated long cock beaded cross banded drawers, raised on splayed bracket feet, 77cm wide x 79cm high x 53cm deep £80 - 120 A pine dresser of small proportions, the projected moulded cornice shaped apron, open shelves, rectangular top panelled doors enclosing slides, raised on bun feet, 110cm wide x 197cm high x 58cm deep £250 - 350

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486. A pair of Georgian III mahogany side chairs, the serpentine top rail over shaped vertical splats, drop in needle point seat, raised on moulded square legs united by stretcher (2) £80 - 120 A 19th century mahogany chest, the rectangular top over two short and three long drawers, plinth base, raised on bun feet, 111cm wide x 110cm high x 47cm deep £150 - 200 An Empire style cream coloured sofa, the cushioned back over scroll arms, loose cushioned seat raised on tapering turned legs, terminating in column supports, 193cm wide x 83cm high x 86cm deep £240 - 280 A Victorian mahogany chaise lounge, the down swept cushioned back from right to left, over loose cushioned seat, moulded frieze, raised on baluster turned legs, terminating in ceramic castors, 165cm long x 95cm high x 57cm deep £280 - 320 A French cast iron coal stand with four branches terminating in drip tray raised on tripod legs, 180cm high £140 - 180 A pair of Georgian mahogany carvers, each with pierced serpentine top rail and horizontal splats, open arms, cushioned seat, united by stretchers (2) £70 - 90 A Georgian style mahogany low bay, the moulded rectangular top over dentil frieze, one long and three short drawers, shaped apron, raised on cabriole legs terminating in pad feet, 92cm wide x 78cm high x 49cm deep £70 - 80 A Continental dove cot, the tiled roof with urn finial, shaped apron, three pigeon holes, 68cm wide x 84cm high x 37cm deep £160 - 180 502. 494. A 19th century mahogany longcase clock projected, moulded cornice, over arched glazed door, arched painted face, with Roman numerals, subsiding second and date dials over crossbanded trunk door, plinth base, raised on bracket feet, pendulum lacking, 228cm high £450 - 500 A terracotta Nanking kneeled warrior, dressed in tradiotional armour, 115cm high £250 - 350 Another terracotta Nanking kneeled warrior, dressed in traditional armour, 115cm high £250 - 350 A lead figure of a boy playing with stones, 68cm high £300 - 350 Another lead figure of a boy playing with stones, 68cm high £300 - 350 A lead figure of a girl playing with fish, 72cm high £300 - 350 A brass corner stick stand, mounted by ball finials over drip tray, 45cm wide x 62cm high x 31cm deep £30 - 50 An early to mid 20th century pedestal desk, the moulded rectangular top skiver looking over long drawer, flanked by four short drawers, raised on plinth base, 108cm wide x 75cm high x 63cm deep £100 - 140 A late oak 19th century Jacobean style side table, the mask and scroll carved pediment over rectangular top and carved frieze drawer, raised on baluster turned legs terminating in bun feet united by stretchers, 92cm wide x 100cm high x 45cm deep £40 - 60 A pair of stools, formally part of a fender, each with square cushioned seat, over pierced fretwork frieze, 35cm wide x 38cm high x 35cm deep (2) £40 - 60 504. An impressive 20th century black marble table, the rectangular top with orange board, raised on demi-lune supports 200 cm wide, 72 cm high, 100 cm deep £380 - 420 A Victorian ebony and ivory inlaid pedestal desk, the moulded rectangular top with embossed red leather skiver, over a single long frieze drawer flanked by bookshelf with five short drawers, plinth base raised ion ceramic castors, 133cm wide x 72cm high x 72cm deep £800 - 1200 A Victorian ebony and ivory inlaid swivel chair, the cushioned top rail over tapering ring turned supports, circular cushioned seat, raised on tapering turned legs terminating in ceramic castors £80 - 120 A pair of mahogany torchere stands, the circular top over reeded Corinthian columns, acanthus carved tripod cabriole legs terminating in claw and ball feet, 170cm high £80 - 120 A Georgian mahogany commode, the rectangular gallery with pierced handles over tampor front, long drawer shaped apron, raised on moulded square legs, 50cm wide x 76cm high x 45cm deep £120 - 180 A George III bowfront mahogany dressing mirror, the arched swing mirror with brass urn framed finials on urn mounted supports raised on ogee feet, 61cm wide x 64cm high x 23cm deep £80 - 120 A large leather travel case with straps and six various others (7) £80 - 120

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511. A set of eight mahogany Chippendale style dining chairs, the acanthus carved serpentine top rail over interlaced vertical vase splat drop in cushioned seat, raised on acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in claw and ball feet; including two carvers (8) £300 - 500 A mahogany twin pedestal dining table, the rounded rectangular top over plain frieze raised on gun barrel turned column reeded sabre legs, terminating in brass claw caps and castors, including three additional leaves, 75cm high x 200cm long x 110cm wide (350cm extended) £450 - 550 A pair of late Victorian mahogany parlour chairs, scroll cushion back and arms over fruit and urn carved splat, sprung cushioned seat, raised on baluster turned legs terminating in ceramic castors (2) £60 - 80 A pair of cream fauteuille's, the moulded oval cushioned back mounted by roses, open arms, serpentine cushioned seat raised on fluted tapering legs (2) £100 - 140 A stained pine plate rack, the moulded cornice over shaped apron, three open shelves, 133cm wide x 120cm high £60 - 80 A stained pine plate rack, the flower carved frieze over three open shelves, 85cm wide x 95cm high £40 - 60 A Regency style sofa table, the cross banded top over inlaid frieze drawers, ring turned support sabre quadraform legs terminating in brass lion paw feet and castors (flap lacking) £80 - 120 A Georgian mahogany tea table, the moulded rectangular top over plain frieze, raised on square legs, 92cm wide x 73cm high x 45cm deep £80 - 120 519. A Regency style mahogany stool, the green cushioned seat over reeded X frame legs united by baluster turned stretcher, 55cm wide x 45cm high x 40cm deep £30 - 40 A mahogany wall clock, the arched pediment over beaded frieze, circular brush metal dial with Arabic numerals, arched glass panelled door, 75cm high x 35cm wide x 18cm deep £80 - 120 A black slate clock by Miray Freres, Paris, prize medal 1851, enamelled dial with Roman numerals, striking bell £40 - 60 A Georgian mahogany and box inlaid banjo barometer, `Intross Chatham', the swan neck pediment over dry/damp dial and thermometer, 97cm high £300 - 400 A Continental brass mantle clock with chiming panels, the arched top with finial lacking, with projected beaded cornice and painted dial, flanked by elephant mask handles, over painted oriental scene, acanthus plinth base with dragon mask flanked by further panel raised on pierced ogee feet, striking bell, lacking pendulum, stamped 2417, 18 and 3, 23xm wide x 33cm high x 14cm deep £60 - 80 An oak carved bracket clock by Hamilton & Sons Edinburgh, the brush metal face with Roman and Arab numerals, subsidiary chime, striking two coil chimes, the moulded top with brass loop graduated handle over glazed panels, plinth base raised on bracket feet, 21cm wide x 30cm high x 20cm deep £80 - 120 A George III oak linen press, the projected moulded cornice, over paneled doors enclosing slides, two short over three graduated long drawers, raised on bracket feet 116 cm wide, 200 cm high, 52 cm deep £400 - 500 526. A rosewood and boxwood inlayed French table clock, the eight day silk suspension movement striking the hours and half hours on a bell, the silvered dial having Roman numerals, back plate signed Berthet & Bazelaire, Paris, circa 1810 £450 - 600 Matthew Norman of London, brass carriage clock, the white dial with Roman numerals flanked by Corinthian columns with glass panels to side and carrying handle, 15 cm high £400 - 600

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Commission Bids are accepted at the senders risk and without legal obligation. We prefer to accept bids by writing, fax or by

A new EEC directive was established in mid February, requiring auctioneers to collect royalties on behalf of living artists each time their work is sold by auctioneers and art market professionals. This means that if you purchase a work by a living artist which sells for over 1,000 Euros or more, you are required to pay a surcharge of 4% of the hammer price to the collecting body, The Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS). Shapes will detail this

DACS payment on your invoice, ARR and pay this across to DACS. If your purchase exceeds 50,000 Euros the levy is reduced to 3%, 1% etc ­ tapering down as shown below. The maximum amount due shall not exceed 12,500 Euros, however high the hammer price attained, ie. this is maximum royalty an artist can earn. If you have any further queries please refer to our department or contact the DACS Helpline on 0845 410 3410. Information on the new legislation and helpful fact sheets are available on the DACS website: Web ­ www.dacs.org.uk Email ­ [email protected]

Private Collections & Country House Sales

We are pleased to offer preferential terms for single owner collections in which case an individual advertising & marketing plan and commission rate structure may be devised and agreed with the client.

Our Secure In-house Carriage Service Internet Photography

We operate our own vehichles and removals staff. Carriage of Lots to the saleroom is charged on an "at-cost" basis.

All lots are photographed for our online catalogue free of charge.

Portion of the sale price From 0 to 50,000 Euro From 50,000.01 to 200,000 Euro From 200,000.01 to 350,000 Euro From 350,000.01 to 500,000 Euro Exceeding 500,000 Euro

Royalty Rate 4% 3% 1% 0.5% 0.25%

Catalogue Illustrations

A charge is made to cover photographics and production costs (which is refundable should an item fail to sell). A black and white illustration for example usually costs between £40.00 and £60.00, a colour illustration between £80.00 and £200.00.

Unsold Lots

Condition & Validity

Buyers should inspect purchases immediately after the auction, with regard to their validity as described within our catalogue. Buyers must report to us any intention to return purchases within 21 days of the auction.

Electrical Goods

A charge of £5.00 per Lot plus VAT is payable from sale proceeds on each unsold Lot. In the event that sale proceeds are insufficient, unsold Lot charges shall be borne by Shapes, ie. sellers are never charged a "negative amount". Unsold Lots will be automatically re-offered in the next auction at reduced estimates/reserves, at our discretion, therefore sellers are generally not charged storage. Sellers who do not wish their Lots to be re-offered at our discretion in the next sale, should confirm their instructions to Shapes in writing indicating collection arrangements, preferably within 10 days of the auction. Unsold Lots may be sold by private treaty after the auction, usually at 10%-20% below the lower estimated figure, subject to the discretion of the auctioneer or at the level of the reserve, if one has been set.

Lots which were once operated by mains electricity are offered for sale for display or historical purposes and are bought entirely at the purchaser's risk. Any Lot with an electrical fitting must be checked by a qualified electrician before connection to the mains electrical supply. Shapes cannot accept responsibility for any contravention of this condition.

Withdrawal Fees

To a maximum of 15% of the reserved price or lower estimate at the valuers discretion.

Sellers

Sellers at Shapes pay no commission on Lots selling for £5,000 and over. Auctions

We offer regular Fine Antiques and Interiors sales the first Saturday of every month from 10am, with online and saleroom viewing.

Sold Lots

Commission: 18% of the hammer price plus VAT. Subject to a minimum of £2.00 per Lot. 0% commission is charged for Lots sold on the hammer for £5,000 or over. Insurance: 1.18% of the hammer price, subject to a minimum of £2.00 per Lot.

Pre-Sale Statements & Settlement Cheques

You will be sent a pre-sale statement before each sale along with your settlement cheque around 25-30 days after the sale, subject to the purchase price of your Lots being paid in full by the buyer.

BID FORM

Paddle No ..................... Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

I hereby request Shapes, without legal obligation of any kind on their part, to bid for the under-mentioned lots up to the hammer price stated. I understand that if any bid is successful the total price payable by me is the sum of the final bid and a buyer's premium (plus V.A.T. on the premium for all lots and on the hammer price if applicable to that lot). I agree that the bids are made in accordance with the Conditions of Sale as printed in the catalogue (as amended by any announcement made by Shapes or the Auctioneer at any time prior to the fall of the hammer). Signed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Name (BLOCK CAPITALS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ............................................................................................................ Telephone No. (Daytime) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Lot

Description

Limit exc. V.A.T.

FOR OFFICE USE Bought Not Bought

FOR OFFICE USE Time . . . . . . . . . . . Taken by. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Ent'd

Invoice

ALL COMMISSION BIDS MUST BE WITH THE AUCTIONEERS BEFORE 9.00 A.M. ON THE MORNING OF THE SALE

Bankhead Medway, Sighthill, Edinburgh EH11 4BY Tel: 0131 453 3222 Fax: 0131 453 6444

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