antiques & fine art sale

4th September 2019

Lot 201

A Chinese overlaid glass snuff bottle, 20th century, decorated to either side with green branch on which issues a green and red and a blue flower, in between green mask and ring applied sides, all raised upon a green base. 9 cm high, together with a cinnabar style snuff bottle and four modern Chinese porcelain snuff bottles with jadite stoppers (6).

Sold for £30

Lot 202

A Chinese carved stone dragon pendant, 20th century, of rectangular form and carved on both sides with two archaic style dragons amongst scrolls, the stone a light green. 5.9 cm x 4.1 cm.

Sold for £28

Lot 203

Four Chinese vases, to include a Ge glaze vase with trunk and ring handles, the glaze a light blue shade, a treacle glaze moon flask vase and a pair of Famille Verte vases, 19th century, decorated with scholars and attendants within a garden landscape, with mask and ring handles. Tallest 25.5 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 204

A Chinese porcelain snuff bottle, mid 20th century, the body with incised decoration of carp amongst reeds heightened in green against a white ground, with hand painted under glaze blue four character Qianlong mark. 8.4 cm high.

Sold for £220

Lot 205

Two Chinese porcelain snuff bottles, 20th century, tall example with embossed bronze metal stopper decorated with peony above the cylindrical blue and white body with lotus leaf and flower decoration. 9.7 cm high and a small snuff bottle with coral bead stopper, the body with underglaze blue decoration of clouds and with two copper red dragons chasing a flaming pearl all above waves, 5.5 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £800

Lot 206

A Chinese small boulder carving, 20th century, with carved dragon chasing a pearl in tones of caramel, all upon a slate grey coloured polished stone. 6 cm high.

Sold for £42

Lot 207

A Chinese polished bronze censor, 19th century, of hexagonal form, the sides cast in relief with tree rats amongst fruiting vine and with branch form handles, all upon short squat legs, three character "Wen Wan" mark. Diameter excluding handles 6.8 cm, height 5.3 cm.

Sold for £350

Lot 208

A Chinese jade dragon pendant, early 20th century, carved both sides, the stone a uniform colour throughout, 5.2 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £800

Lot 209

A polished bronze censor, 19th century, the pierced cover with dog of fo finial and scrolling cloud sides above the square tapering body with key band above panels of dragon and feng, with scrolling handles and all supported upon short feet, six character Xuande mark. Height 13.5 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 210

A Chinese scroll painting of a beady eyed falcon upon a fir tree, 20th century, two character mark and top mark. Image 94 cm x 34 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 211

A Chinese watercolour scroll painting of shrimp, mid 20th century, signed and with two red chop marks, 66 cm x 37.5 cm.

Lot 212

Four Chinese hand embroideries, mid 20th century, three decorated with figures and one with exotic birds, butterflies within a landscape, the framed example inscribed verso in ink, hand embroidery Peking stitch... Peking 1957-8, then said to be about 80 years old. 23.5 cm x 23.5 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 213

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Lot 214

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Lot 215

A Chinese blue silk jacket, 19th century and later, with hand embroidered cloud collar and sides with embroidered cuffs, the button clasps formed as double Shou and with a further panel of hand embroidered pieces with typed letter denoting that the remains of a set of collar and border pieces embroidered in the famous Peking stitch circa 1880, the pieces were applied to a jacket in the 20th century, arm to shoulder 52 cm, neck to base 66 cm, width across bottom 63 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 216

A Tibetan silk skirt, early 20th century, with multi coloured strands and pink and green bordered central panel with half Ruyi head decoration above butterflies, with numerous loose tassels applied/ Length 84 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 217

Wang Peijuan, a Chinese handpainted silk, female in red robe holding a peacock feather, mid 20th century, with chop marks dated for November 1957 and signed by Wang Peijuan, inscribed in ink verso "Handpainted on silk by Rose Wang's sister, Peking 1958". 19 cm x 8 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 218

A pair of Chinese embroidered shoe borders, early 20th century, hand stitched with hibiscus and plants against a red ground, and six pairs of cloisonne chopsticks in fitted presentation box.

Lot 219

A bronzed spelter figure of the Chinese immortal Li Tieguai, late 19th/early 20th century, with windswept hair and cheery face holding onto his iron crutch and a vine of gourds over his shoulder, standing upon a rockwork base adorned with gourds and leaves. 30.5 cm high.

Sold for £100

Lot 220

A Chinese silver three piece tea service, late 19th century/early 20th century, the reeded body decorated with a poem by Wang Wei "Mountain Life on An autumn Evening - After Fresh Rain in The Empty Mountains, The Evening Weather Heralds Autumn's Arrival, The Bright Moon Shines Between The Pines, The Clear Water Flows Over The Stones", with embossed vacant cartouche, figures and panels of characters, gourds and bamboo, the teapot with personalised engraved inscription "Presented by Mrs H Olmer (Lady Captain) Blackley Golf Club 1945, won by Mrs L Owen", the sucrier and jug decorated similarly, each struck to the underside Woshing, Shinghai (Shanghai). 1233.9 grams, the teapot 16.5 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £1800

Lot 221

Three Chinese Blanc de Chine figures Guan Yin, He Xiangu and Lan Caihe, 20th century, each mounted upon a single carved wood plinth, 17.3 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 222

A Chinese blue and white vase and cover, early 18th century, the shallow domed cover with ball knop decorated with butterflies, prunus and lingzhi, the tall neck similar and with a shoulder of prunus blossom and lozenge shells with four cartouche depicting a mountainous landscape, bamboo leaves, fir tree and prunus, the inverted baluster body with long tailed birds amongst peony and branches all above a stiff leaf base, under glaze blue hand painted seal mark for Quangshi (1662-1722). 46.5 cm high.

Sold for £220

Lot 223

A Chinese carved ivory cheroot holder, early 20th century, carved as a dragons head with part scale body, 14 cm long, together with an ivory cigarette case, circa 1920, signed with initials F.W. 8.5 cm. FOR EU EXPORT ONLY

Sold for £55

Lot 224

A Chinese porcelain Sang de Boeuf vase, early 20th century, having a uniform glaze body fading to white at the rim. 43.5 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 225

A pair of Japanese Satsuma vases, Meiji period, decorated with panels of Arhats and Bijin, with lion mask handles in between borders of fans and gilt scrolls, signed with Shimazu mon Satsuma, 12.5 cm high, and a pair of Satsuma Moriage vases, decorated with an Arhat and lake scenes, signed Zo, height 1.5 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 226

A Canton carved ivory card case, circa 1870/80, with vacant oval cartouche surrounded by figures conversing beneath pine trees and buildings and framed to either side by dragons, the obverse similarly decorated. 8.8 cm x 4.8 cm.

Sold for £260

Lot 227

Three Japanese sectional ivory figures, Meiji period, carved as merchants and a butcher, each signed. 9.5 cm - 18.3 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 228

A Japanese cloisonne jardiniere, circa 1900, decorated with blue and yellow flowering branches against a red ground with key decoration, all between Ruyi head and false gadrooned borders. 14.5 cm high, internal diameter 17 cm.

Lot 229

A good Chinese carved ivory brush pot, late 19th century, finely carved with scholars viewing rocks with attendants all beneath a pine tree, the opposing side with a young girl upon a bridge above two ducks and two attendants all between pine and willow trees, all between bands of prunus, bamboo, lotus flower and insect borders. Height 10.5 cm, diameter 7.1 cm (see illustration). FOR EU EXPORT ONLY

Sold for £400

Lot 230

A Famille Rose vase and cover, late 19th century, the cover with squat knop decorated with an iron red dragon and green enamelled feng, the dragon outlined with gilding, the inverted baluster body and lid with panels of lotus flowers, peony and chrysanthemums all within shaped cartouches and against a tight scrolling floral body with yellow ground and in between Ruyi head and wave borders, stamped four character Qianlong mark. 16 cm high.

Sold for £90

Lot 231

An amusing Japanese ivory netsuke, late Meiji/early Taisho period, the adult rabbit in crouching position next to a pot from which emerges its kid, signed. 3.2 cm wide, 2.6 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £150

Lot 232

A Japanese carved ivory netsuke, Taisho period, carved as two rabbits, one hunched the other on its haunches, signed, 4.1 cm wide, 2.8 cm deep, 3.3 cm high, and a Japanese Okimono of a seated man, late Meiji period, a fan resting on his head, 3.1 cm high.

Sold for £90

Lot 233

A good Chinese carved bamboo brush pot, Qing Dynasty, one side finely decorated with numerous figures and buildings amongst banana leaves, willow and pine trees above rocks, the other side with fan and oval shaped panels of feng, scholar and two spotted deer, all beneath a carved petal border. Height 17.8 cm, diameter 14 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £350

Lot 234

A pair of Chinese cinnabar lacquer baluster vases, Qing Dynasty, the waisted necks carved with lotus flower amongst scrolling fronds with diaper ground, the main bodies with three separate scenes of children at play amongst willow trees, pine trees and rockwork on a double diaper ground, the waisted bases with lotus flower and scrolling frond decoration, each upon a carved black wood stand. Height excluding stand 24.7 cm (see illustration).

Lot 235

A Chinese red overlay glass snuff bottle, Qing Dynasty, having a polished jade stopper above the clear glass body with red overlay, one side carved with two cranes upon a pine branch, the other cranes in flight amongst clouds and mountains, all upon a red overlay foot. Height including stopper 7.6 mm, width 5 mm (see illustration).

Lot 236

A large Chinese carved jade water buffalo, late Qing Dynasty, naturalistically carved with its head raised, its tail curling around its hindquarter, all upon a carved wood stand. 20 cm long, 11 cm high excluding stand (see illustration).

Lot 237

A large pair of decorative Chinese vases, 20th century, with relief moulded mirror image panels of two Manchurian cranes standing on a pine tree branch against a light sage green ground and with moulded dragon handles. Height 117 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 238

A set of eight Peking amethyst glass plates, late 19th/early 20th century, each with a slightly dished centre, 20.5 cm diameter.

Lot 239

A pair of blue Peking glass finger bowls and a matching pair of sauce bowls, late 19th/ early 20th century, 16.5 cm diameter and 8.7 cm diameter.

Lot 240

A 19th century Chinese embroidery, two fighting cocks. 47 cm x 52 cm, in maple frame.

Sold for £75

Lot 241

A late 19th century Cantonese fan, with intricately carved blades, and two late 19th century bangles, one carved with dragons the other plain.

Sold for £380

Lot 242

A Chinese gilt metal box, with jade panel to the top depicting a kingfisher and bamboo. 40 mm x 32 mm x 35 mm.

Sold for £300

Lot 243

A Chinese silver gilt jadeite brooch. Width 60 mm.

Sold for £130

Lot 244

Two Indonesian or Malay oil paintings on canvas, erotic in nature. 50 cm x 70 cm, signed.

Sold for £80

Lot 245

A Japanese cloisonne Ando style vase, early to mid 20th century, decorated with birds and blossom. Height 18 cm excluding wooden stand (see illustration).

Sold for £160

Lot 246

A pair of Japanese bronze vases, depicting hawks amongst blossom above a stream. Height 16 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 247

Four green glass Art Nouveau vases, attributed to Powell, each with ground pontil. Tallest 30 cm, smallest 13 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 248

A 19th century porcelain vase, decorated against the blue ground with a nest, roses and butterfly (lid restored). Height 40 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 249

Two French porcelain dressing table bottles, late 19th century, each with handpainted panels of flowers above a blue ground, the stoppers with floral decoration. 16 cm and 13 cm respectively.

Lot 250

A Copeland late Victorian part tea service, printed borders of flowers against a red ground and with gilt rims, with scallop decorated moulding, comprising 9 cups and 10 saucers, 6 side plates, 2 sandwich plates, oval plate and sugar bowl.

Sold for £110

Lot 251

A pair of Beswick Staffordshire style dogs, stamped Beswick England 13783. Height 25 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 252

A Bohemia amber flash and cut glass decanter, with German silver mount struck 800, the body of bell shape with foliate and star cut decoration. Height 24 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 253

A near pair of Victorian glass decanters, with spiral fluted silver stoppers by William Comyns and Sons, London 1893, above a spiral fluted neck and shoulder, one of which has a central band around the neck, above a square dimpled body, each with ground pontils. 24 cm high.

Sold for £80

Lot 254

A Copeland Spode Rhine pattern dinner service, with blue and white transfer printed decoration and comprising 9 dinner plates, 9 dessert plates, 11 side plates, 6 bowls, 5 consomme bowls, a cereal bowl, 2 meat plates and 2 lidded tureens, a gravy boat. A further set of 6 Johnson Brothers Haddon Hall pattern consommes.

Sold for £60

Lot 255

A Paragon part tea service, early 20th century, each decorated with green and blue enamel pendants with gilt lined borders against a white ground, comprising sandwich plate, 12 side plates, 12 saucers, 7 cups and a milk jug.

Sold for £40

Lot 256

Ten Art Nouveau period pottery tiles, mostly majolica glazes with typical art nouveau stylised floral decoration, the majority unmarked but one with mark for T&R Boote, mostly 15.5 cm x 15.5 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 257

A large quantity of Wood and Son "Yuan" pattern tea and dinner ware, to include 12 dinner plates, 15 dessert plates, 6 soup plates, 13 side plates, 3 tureens and covers, 15 coffee cups and saucers, 4 teacups with 6 saucers and other items.

Sold for £40

Lot 258

A large Sitzendorf porcelain figural table centrepiece, late 19th century, the pierced basket form top decorated with floral bouquets and with floral encrustations above a similar stem with two ladies and a gentleman separated by roses, all upon a scrolling pierced and foliate base, factory marks. Height 49 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 259

A Royal Albert Safari pattern six place coffee set.

Lot 260

A Continental porcelain figure group, late 19th century, modelled as a lady and young child each in oriental style dress either side of a palm tree (converted from a table centre piece and now operates as a table lamp), all upon a Chinese carved hardwood stand. Height excluding electrical fittings 33.5 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 261

A pair of Sitzendorf oil lamps (converted to electricity), each modelled as three cherubs holding aloft a woven basket with floral encrustations, factory marks. Height excluding electrical fitment 21 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 262

Two Royal Worcester blush ground jugs, shape No. 1376 date code 1904 and shape No. 1094 date code 1910, each with floral spray decoration and gilt rims and handles. 11 cm and 12 cm respectively.

Sold for £65

Lot 263

Three pieces of Royal Worcester blush ground, to include a vase, shape No. 991 date code 1904, a two handled pot, shape No. 867 date code 1906 and a small jug date code 1910, each decorated with floral sprays heightened with gilding and with gilt rims, printed marks and a Belleek spill vase. Tallest 9.5 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 264

A Royal Worcester blush ground twin handled vase, shape No. 1683 date code 1910, decorated with floral sprays heightened with gilding and with gilt handles and rims, printed marks. Height 23 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 265

A Royal Worcester blush ground vase, shape No. 1558 date code 1912, having a moulded and flaring rim with banded neck above a squat body with floral spray decoration heightened with gilding and all upon a circular foot, printed marks. Height 26.5 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 266

A pair of Mary Gregory blue glass vases, late 19th century, each hand painted with opaque white enamel of a young boy and girl holding a flower. Height 22 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 267

A pair of Bohemian blue and white overlay glass lustres, 19th century, the surface decorated with gilt floral sprigs. Height 20 cm.

Sold for £280

Lot 268

A large Samson of Paris porcelain vase and cover, late 19th century, hand painted in the Meissen style with figures by a harbour, all within a puce and gilt rococo frame and verso floral bouquets, pseudo red anchor mark. Height 53 cm.

Lot 269

A Royal Worcester porcelain square dish, hand painted with fruit and signed E Phillips, within a fruit and gilt scroll garland border, date code 1913, a matching oval dish, also signed. Diameter 22 cm and 26 cm.

Sold for £35

Lot 270

A Crown Pottery Alton pattern salad drainer with matching stand, three Limoges porcelain hors d'oeuvres dishes.

Sold for £30

Lot 271

A pair of Continental porcelain table lamps, early 20th century, modelled as a gentleman and his lady companion each standing beside a pedestal with gilt metal mounted light fitting and all upon a Chinese half scroll stand. Overall height excluding light fitment 34.5 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 272

A large Italian Majolica glazed wet drug jar, with two handles and central spout and inscribed Aqdi Viole, all against a scrolling leafy blue ground and signed to the underside S. Gimignano. Height 35 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 273

A faceted decanter with three ring neck and hollow mushroom stopper, an 18th century Kuttrolf decanter and stopper and a pair of faceted decanters with stepped shoulder and neck, each with mushroom stopper. Tallest 27 cm, smallest 19 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 274

A pair of Chinese style peach bloom porcelain table lamps with gilt metal mounts, 20th century, the vases of bottle form upon a foliate capped foot. Height excluding light fittings 38.5 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 275

A Moorcroft Magnolia pattern table lamp, 20th century, of ginger jar form against a dark blue ground, green inscribed initials and impressed Moorcroft marks. Height excluding light fittings 16 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 276

A Royal Worcester hexagonal shaped vase and cover, decorated in the fallen fruits pattern, signed G Delaney, black printed marks, 27.5 cm high.

Sold for £450

Lot 277

A cut and acid etched glass vase and cover, the cover with a spire shaped knop decorated throughout with lozenge and strawberry cut panels all supported upon a metal stand with scroll and shell feet. 41 cm high.

Sold for £30

Lot 278

A good cut glass hanging ceiling shade, early to mid 20th century, with lozenge and star cut panels supported by three brass link chains, 31 cm diameter, approximately 15 cm deep.

Sold for £140

Lot 279

A Longwy French Faience box and cover, early 20th century, decorated with bird alighting a blossoming branch against a blue ground, the remainder decorated with bright floral sprays against a dark and light blue ground, printed marks to the underside, pattern No. 5779. 11 cm diameter.

Sold for £32

Lot 280

A Longwy French Faience charger, early 20th century, decorated with blossoming branches against a blue ground, with shaped rim, pattern No. 5670, printed marks. 33.5 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 281

A Longwy French Faience bowl, early 20th century, decorated with a bird alighting a blossoming branch within a further border with floral garlands and sprays against a blue ground with dark blue border, pattern No. 5800, printed factory marks to the underside Decore a la Main, Emaux de Longwy. 27.5 cm diameter.

Sold for £40

Lot 282

A Longwy French Faience aesthetic plate, 19th century, decorated in a Japanese style with a roundel and fan shaped panel with blossoming flowers all against a busy blue floral ground, impressed marks and inscribed D80. 22 cm diameter, and a Longui Faience sandwich tray, of rectangular form, decorated with blossoming flowers against a blue ground, factory printed marks to the underside, pattern No. 5850. 38.5 cm long.

Sold for £110

Lot 283

A French Art Nouveau Mont Joye blue glass and enamel vase. 22.5 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 284

A pair of late Victorian/early Edwardian silver mounted decanters, of inverted thistle form with cut stoppers, the mounts inscribed "Tezpur Gymkhana 1000 District Polo Tournament Won by B. Taylor", height 28.5 cm, and a cranberry flash etched decanter, height 33 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 285

A Moorcroft lily pattern bowl, mid 20th century, with shaded blue ground and supported upon a small circular foot with applied label to the underside, "Potters to the late Queen Mary", factory impressed marks. 11.7 cm diameter.

Sold for £28

Lot 286

A good Vienna porcelain cabinet cup and saucer, date code 1864, the cup decorated with a panel of Psyche and two cupids within a naturalistic landscape all within a gilt border with raised geometric decorations, turquoise blue ground and further gilt urn and fruiting vine decoration, the handle with foliate terminal, factory mark to the underside and impressed 864 and 30 and with further impression, the saucer with turquoise ground, decorated with gilt vases, foliate scrolls and fruiting vines, with under glazed blue shield mark and impressed 819 and 49 (see illustration).

Sold for £350

Lot 287

A Sevres style porcelain jardiniere, with branch style handles with foliate terminals and gilt framed panels of rural buildings interspersed by floral sprays, all upon a circular foot, with interlaced L marks to the underside, height 11 cm, and a Czech cabinet cup and saucer with two side plates with printed floral spray decoration against a pink ground with gilt borders.

Sold for £1800

Lot 288

A Wedgwood blue jasper ware bachelors three piece tea set, early 20th century, with applied classical sprig decoration, impressed marks.

Sold for £40

Lot 289

Two Scottish Strathearn paperweights, each with floral shaped canes interspersed by Latticino and twist opaque canes and a further close packed paperweight with concave base and rough pontil, the largest 8.1 cm diameter.

Sold for £50

Lot 290

A Gouda "Glazet" pattern wash jug, bowl and soap dish, each with inscribed marks.

Sold for £30

Lot 291

An Aynsley porcelain twelve place tea service, pattern number B971, comprising 12 cups, saucers and side plates, milk jug, sugar bowl and a small teapot.

Sold for £130

Lot 292

A pair of William Moorcroft "Moonlit Blue" vases, circa 1928, each with slightly flared rim and waisted neck leading to an ovoid body decorated with trees against a shaded blue ground, all on a circular foot, signed in green "W. Moorcroft", impressed "Moorcroft" and "Made in England" 80". Height 21 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £1100

Lot 293

A James Macintyre & Co. "Yellow Iris" Florian vase, designed by William Moorcroft, circa 1900, with a wavy flared rim with long and slender cylindrical neck leading to the squat body on a circular foot, printed marks and inscribed in green "W. Moorcroft, Des" and also "Mc1485, T". Height 30.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £700

Lot 294

A large John Ditchfield Glasform iridescent vase, 20th century, with feathered decoration, engraved to the underside "J. Ditchfield, Glasform, 4326". Height 28.8 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 295

Three Royal Doulton Flambe animals, 20th century, comprising elephant and young modelled by Eric Griffiths and a duck with duckling. Tallest 15 cm, smallest 6 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 296

A Royal Doulton figure of a French Poodle, HN2631. Height 13.5 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 297

A Royal Doulton figure "The Orange Lady", HN1953, and a Doulton Lambeth Slaters vase, decorated in enamels with flowers and leaves heightened with gilding against a lace ground, impressed marks to the underside and inscribed "X4348H". Heights 21.5 cm and 20 cm respectively.

Sold for £30

Lot 298

A Royal Albert six place coffee service, with printed rose decoration against a gilt ground, comprising coffee pot, sucrier, cream jug, 6 cups and saucers.

Sold for £170

Lot 299

A Dutch Gouda "Henley" pattern vase, with three lug handles and incised marks to underside. Height 9.5 cm.

Lot 300

A set of four Minton porcelain cabinet plates, late 19th century, each handpainted with a young girl and boy and signed "A. (Anton) Boullemier", the figures against landscape background and all within a raised gilt border with claret lozenges and gilt rim, inscribed Pattern No. "G5799", printed marks and retailer mark for T. Goode & Co. 24.5 cm diameter (see illustration).

Sold for £400

Lot 301

An Austrian style cabaret tray, early 20th century, with printed decoration to the centre of The Three Graces beside a cherub with lyre, all between a segmented border and with raised and shaped rim, gilt handles and printed marks. Diameter 37 cm.

Lot 302

Seven Continental stoneware and pottery beer steins, six with pewter lids. Tallest 31.5 cm.

Sold for £25

Lot 303

A Japanese Satsuma part tea service, each piece decorated with a building flanked by trees beneath a maple tree and with Mount Fuji to the background, gilt character marks to underside.

Sold for £30

Lot 304

A Chinese porcelain tea service, late 20th century, in fitted presentation case.

Sold for £50

Lot 305

A Royal Doulton stoneware vase, early 20th century, with flaring rim with waisted neck and bulbous body, with applied prunts framing a band of Celtic knot and flowers, incised and impressed marks to underside, and a Royal Doulton stoneware ewer, with Art Nouveau honesty pod decoration between dark blue grounds, incised and impressed marks. Heights 34 cm and 25 cm respectively.

Sold for £110

Lot 306

A Shelley "Daffodil Time" six place coffee service, comprising coffee pot, six cups and saucers, sugar bowl and cream jug, printed marks.

Sold for £170

Lot 307

Three Beswick graduated wall mounted seagulls, Model Nos. 922-1 through to 922-3, printed marks and inscribed "61". Tallest +/- 30 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £120

Lot 308

A Moorcroft Hibiscus pattern fruit bowl, mid 20th century, with tube line decoration against a cream ground, on a circular foot, green inscribed initials "WM", factory impressed marks, applied label for "Potters to The Late Queen Mary". Diameter 27 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 309

A pair of hand painted porcelain plates, after KPM, each depicting female beauties all within an embossed and patinated brass mount with classical masks and scrolls. Overall diameter 43 cm.

Lot 310

Beatrix Potter Interest - Five Beswick Beatrix Potter figurines, BP2, "Mrs Tittlemouse", "Hunca Munca", "Peter Rabbit", "Pigling Bland" and "Squirrel Nutkin", each with gilt oval printed marks, and five Beatrix Potter books published by F. Warne & Co. Ltd.

Sold for £130

Lot 311

Three Dutch Manganese tin glazed tiles, 19th century, two with floral sprays and one church with crooked steeple, 13 cm².

Lot 312

A pair of Royal Crown Derby hand painted oval wall plaques, late 19th century, with blue and white fishing boat decoration, all within moulded C scroll borders, green printed mark verso, impressed marks, inscribed pattern number 897 4613. 32.5 cm x 23 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £42

Lot 313

A Royal Worcester blush ivory leaf patterned dish, circa 1890, with floral spray decoration heightened with gilding, puce printed mark, shape 1414. 20 cm wide.

Sold for £28

Lot 314

An Edwardian barge ware teapot on stand, the lid with acorn finial, with applied floral sprig decoration and name plaque impressed T & I Humes 1908, height 23 cm.

Sold for £28

Lot 315

A pair of Lalique moulded lotus bowls and stands, post 1945, with incised frond decoration and green moulded leaves, engraved mark Lalique France, the bowl 13 cm diameter, the stand 16.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £65

Lot 316

A pair of Lalique moulded lotus bowl and stand, post 1945, with incised frond decoration and green moulded leaves, engraved mark Lalique France, the bowl 13 cm diameter, the stand 16.5 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 317

A set of six Bohemian blue overlay cut glass finger bowls, 12 cm diameter.

Sold for £30

Lot 318

A Karl Ens porcelain model of a hobby, 20th century, modelled upon a leafy branch, factory printed marks, 23.5 cm high.

Lot 319

A large cranberry and vaseline encased ribbed vase, 20th century, of oval tapering form, castellated rim. 25.5 cm high.

Sold for £50

Lot 320

A Murano glass Latticino twin handled vase, early 20th century, with pink and lime green bands, all upon a gilt speckled circular foot. Height 20.5 cm.

Sold for £38

Lot 321

Two Bing and Grondahl porcelain rabbits, each brown with white under belly, model numbers 2421 and 2422, impressed and printed marks. 12 cm long.

Sold for £70

Lot 322

A Royal Copenhagen figure of a robin, modelled upon a leafy branch, model number 1516, a pair of sparrows, model number 1309 and a pair of Bing and Grondahl finches, model number 1708, tallest 10 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 323

A Czechoslovakian Rindskopf uranium glass vase, late 19th/ early 20th century, with pulled feather decoration. Height 22.2 cm.

Lot 324

A Moorcroft "Lamia" vase, designed by Rachel Bishop, with a waisted neck above the tapering body, all against a cream ground, impressed and incised marks. Height 31.5 cm.

Sold for £175

Lot 325

Four Royal Copenhagen cockerels, designed by Christian Thomsen, model numbers 1024, 1025 1126 and 1127. Tallest 19 cm.

Sold for £150

Lot 326

A pair of 19th century Staffordshire pottery spaniels, with painted faces and gilt chains, height 39 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 327

A large Moorcroft "Ryden Lane" vase, 1997, designed by Rachel Bishop, limited edition number 86 of 100, signed artists signature to the underside with further inscribed and impressed factory marks. 67 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £1700

Lot 328

A large Moorcroft "Koi Carp" vase, designed by Sally Tuffin dated 13/10/92, limited edition number 67 of 100, signed in gilt J Moorcroft and further factory inscribed and impressed marks. 67 cm high (see illustration).

Lot 329

A Moorcroft "Trout" twin handled vase, designed by Philip Gibson, date cypher for 1992, painters initials for Laura Bright, further impressed and inscribed factory marks, 26.5 cm high.

Sold for £500

Lot 330

A small Moorcroft "Trout" pattern dish, designed by Philip Gibson, date code 1999, impressed and inscribed marks to the underside with initials for Vicky Thorley and inscribed initials S.B. 15.8 cm diameter.

Lot 331

A Royal Doulton stoneware vase designed by Frank Butler, late 19th/early 20th century, with tube lined relief moulded honesty pod decoration in brown against a mottled blue ground, factory impressed marks and incised marks FAB196 and artist initials BN for Bessie Newberrry. Height 19.3 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 332

A European tin glazed Ault style vase, late 19th/early 20th century, having a flaring neck above a stepped bulbous body with four handles with incised boss and leaf decoration, all against a green ground with blue border to the neck, unmarked. Height 24 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 333

A Ford & Sons "Nature" pattern twelve place dinner service, late 19th century, with green printed floral decoration and gilt rims, comprising dinner plates, soup plates, dessert plates, side plates, 2 vegetable tureens and covers, a soup tureen and cover, 2 sauce tureens, cover, stands and ladles and 5 graduated meat plates.

Lot 334

An early 19th century Spode part tea and coffee set, circa 1820, comprising 8 coffee cans and 4 tea cups, all with London shape handles and 7 saucers and a small rectangular tray, each with underglaze blue printed and enamel decoration, pattern number 2638, factory marks to the underside.

Sold for £100

Lot 335

A Meissen figure emblematic of Africa, late 19th century, blue crossed swords mark incised Number 1711 and impressed Number 441. Height 15.3 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 336

A Victorian green and opalescent glass table centre piece, the central flute and side flutes with wavy green tinged rims and with applied pincer decorated bodies and with two barley twist canes all upon a circular mirrored glass base. Height 41 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 337

A Swarovski Crystal Society "Horse Esperanza", designed by Anton Hirzinger, 2014, including the horseshoe shaped title plaque, within fitted box, with certificate and gloves.

Sold for £160

Lot 338

Two Swarovski Crystal Society figures, "Peacock Arya", designed by Martin Zendron, 2015, and a further peacock figure.

Sold for £170

Lot 339

Eleven Swarovski Crystal glass figures, to include "The Lovlots", all in fitted presentation cases.

Sold for £170

Lot 340

A Moorcroft "Fruit Garden" ginger jar, designed by N Slaney, date cipher for 2000, inscribed and impressed marks. 15 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 341

A Moorcroft "Plum" pattern inverted tapering vase, signed by designer in gilt D Hancock and dated 27/11/99, impressed and inscribed marks to the underside 14.5 cm.

Sold for £95

Lot 342

A Moorcroft "Bramble" pattern squat vase, designed by Sally Tuffin, date cipher for 1991, together with a clematis pattern vase, circa 1960's, both with inscribed and impressed marks, 7 cm and 15.5 cm respectively.

Lot 343

A Moorcroft "Florian Dream" pattern vase, designed by Rachel Bishop, dated code for 2004, Bishop cipher and impressed marks to the underside. 10 cm high.

Lot 344

A Moorcroft "Peacock Parade" pattern vase, designed by N Slaney, circa 2013, signed in gilt and further inscribed and impressed marks to the underside. Height 9.5 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 345

A Brannan Barum toilet set, three jugs, basin and toothbrush container, each piece incised.

Sold for £38

Lot 346

A pair of Staffordshire porcelain cabinet plates, early 19th century, each centre hand painted with a floral spray within a moulded floral frame, the cavetto with handpainted birds on branches and butterflies all between relief moulded decoration and gilt rims, diameter 22 cm.

Lot 347

A pair of French bisque porcelain figures, "The Love letter", late 19th century, modelled as a gentleman with a dove, a letter in his right hand, his female companion also with a dove with an envelope tied around its neck, featured on a naturalistic ground with beaded oval base, impress AM, smallest 35 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 348

A Marseille Faience silver shaped plate, 19th century, hand painted with a figure and two horses before a river and rustic building, a cavetto with floral sprays, Veuve Perrin factory mark verso, 24.5 cm diameter.

Lot 349

An Art Deco period six place tea set by Barratts of Staffordshire, circa 1930's, with stylised buildings and trees with red leaves and doors, green printed mark, comprising sandwich plate, 6 cups, saucers, side plates, sugar bowl and cream jug.

Lot 350

Two pairs of Derby porcelain Imari plates, King Street and early Osmaston Road marks, 25 cm and 22.3 cm diameter.

Lot 351

A pair of 19th century Hugo Lonitz Majolica owl figurines, German. Height 38 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £11500

Lot 352

Three cut glass decanters, each with stopper. Tallest 30 cm.

Lot 353

A collection of 37 pieces of Johnson Brothers tea and dinnerware.

Sold for £100

Lot 354

A French faceted glass vase, ruby overlay, stamped "France" to base. Height 24 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 355

Four Royal Doulton blue and white series ware plates, each transfer printed with an image Copyright 1906 by Life Publishing Company, humorous, diameter 26.5 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 356

A Moorcroft Clematis vase, with blue ground, impressed Moorcroft made in England. Height 32 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 357

A Spode "The York Minster Chalice" No. 62/200, with certificate. Height 32 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 358

A cut glass table lamp with mushroom shaped shade, height 38 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 359

An Art Nouveau style table lamp, with leaf shaped shade and with metal base. Height 20 cm.

Sold for £38

Lot 360

A pair of stoneware spirit barrels, late 19th century, 35 cm and 36.5 cm high.

Sold for £20

Lot 361

An early 19th century Bristol blue glass flask, with silver plated mount and hinged lid. Height 22 cm.

Sold for £32

Lot 362

A 9 ct gold wedding band, with star decoration, size P, 5.9 grams.

Sold for £70

Lot 363

A 9 ct gold ring, set with three paste stones, size Q.

Sold for £45

Lot 364

A 9 ct gold bar brooch, with steel pin, gross weight 1.9 grams.

Sold for £20

Lot 365

A 14 ct gold diamond ring, with centre round brilliant cut diamond +/- 3 carats, colour L, clarity VS2, with baguettes to either side totalling +/- .61 carats. NOTE - Sold with copy Insurance Replacement Certificate for $17,900 (US) dated 2005 (see illustration).

Sold for £5700

Lot 366

A 14 ct continental gold open face gentleman's pocket watch, the hatched dial inscribed "precision watch Nadal" and in presentation case for Josef Boheim & Co. (see illustration).

Sold for £280

Lot 367

A gold metal mounted carved shell cameo brooch, late 19th century, with hinged pendant mount, the shell 4.5 cm x 3.3 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 368

An Italian 14 ct gold and pearl set crucifix, together with a 14 ct gold scroll link chain.

Sold for £45

Lot 369

A Continental 18 ct gold Art Nouveau stick pin, the circular terminal decorated with a young girls head in relief, 1.4 grams.

Sold for £95

Lot 370

A silver gate bracelet, a silver identity bracelet, a planished silver bangle, a silver threepence bracelet and a further silver coloured metal bracelet, 74.1 grams gross weight.

Sold for £40

Lot 371

A C&F 9 ct gold mounted amethyst brooch.

Sold for £70

Lot 372

A George III silver and mesh ladies purse, Birmingham 1813, a Continental silver ladies mesh purse with central division and two later mesh purses.

Sold for £65

Lot 373

A continental 14 ct white gold emerald and diamond ring, ring size M/N.

Sold for £32

Lot 374

A continental 14 ct gold ladies ring, set with central red oval stone flanked by small diamonds to the shoulders, ring size O/P. Gross weight 1.8 grams.

Sold for £50

Lot 375

A Russian emerald and diamond bracelet, the central emerald measuring approximately 17 mm x 3.5 mm, surrounded with a ring of diamonds, the strap set along its length with old mine cut diamonds and rose cut diamonds to an estimated approximate total of 1.90 cts, set to a pierced and millegrain setting, Russian hallmarks for 56 Zolotniki (approximately 14 ct gold), with Kokoshnik head stamp, possibly made in St Petersburg, 18 cm long, 20.3 grams gross weight (see illustration).

Sold for £3100

Lot 376

A string of graduated olive shape butterscotch amber beads, 75.2 grams. Largest bead 2.6 cm wide.

Sold for £1100

Lot 377

Three Aksel Holmsen Norwegian silver and enamel brooches, two decorated with landscapes the other as two leaves.

Sold for £65

Lot 378

A Victorian 18 ct gold three stone opal and diamond set ring, Birmingham 1896, ring size L and a jade set ring in gold coloured metal mount, ring size M, gross weight 6 grams.

Sold for £120

Lot 379

An 18 ct gold wedding band, ring size S, 12 grams.

Sold for £290

Lot 380

A 9 ct gold dress ring, set with amethyst coloured stone, ring size H.

Sold for £48

Lot 381

A pair of 9 ct gold sapphire and diamond earrings, and a pair of 9 ct gold ruby and diamond daisy earrings.

Sold for £80

Lot 382

A ruby pendant set with central diamond, mounted in 9 ct gold, and with gold metal chain struck 9 ct.

Sold for £40

Lot 383

A 15 ct gold twist necklace, with gold coloured metal Indian filigree teardrop shaped pendant set with central turquoise. Gross weight 6 grams.

Sold for £140

Lot 384

A 9 ct gold snake chain necklace, with sapphire and diamond pendant supported on a pierced mount, 6 grams gross weight.

Sold for £60

Lot 385

A gentleman's vintage Breitling stainless steel wristwatch, circa 1945, with rose coloured dial with Arabic numerals and illuminated hands, with subsidiary seconds dial, in stainless steel case, Serial No. 332893, and further impressed No. 157, on expanding bracelet strap.

Sold for £400

Lot 386

A gentleman's 18 ct gold cased Datum wristwatch, early 20th century, the rectangular dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, the mechanical movement numbered 36873, upon a later leather strap.

Sold for £190

Lot 387

A Scottish silver cloak brooch, Ward Brothers, Glasgow 1948, decorated with two thistles set with amethyst coloured cabochons. 7.5 cm diameter, together with a small silver ladies compact and a pair of sterling silver cufflinks with coat of arms above Ceylon.

Sold for £38

Lot 388

A ladies Art Deco 18 ct gold cased Studio wristwatch, two further 9 ct gold cased ladies wristwatches by Longines and Burnex and a ladies wristwatch in steel case with expanding bracelet within in a presentation box for Cargills Limited Ceylon.

Sold for £150

Lot 389

A gold coloured metal bar brooch, the revolving floral shaped centre set with amethyst coloured stones framing a central stone with gold metal beads, unmarked, 8 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 390

A 9 ct gold bar brooch set with central turquoise cabochons between pierced heart shaped mounts, 5.5 cm.

Sold for £28

Lot 391

A Continental 18 ct gold cluster cable necklace with tasselled pendant, 20 grams (see illustration).

Sold for £500

Lot 392

A good 19th century memorial locket, the centre with gilt monogram "JB" in gilt metal and enamel borders and inscribed "J.D. Bloomar. Obt. Apr. 18th 1848 Agd60", the reverse with monogram against blue enamel in a seed pearl frame, flanked by gilt filigree and hair trees all against an opalescent glass background, with suspension loop. 7.2 cm (excluding loop) x 6 cm.

Sold for £190

Lot 393

A Georgian miniature enamel memorial locket, handpainted with monochrome rural landscape in a gilt metal and blue enamel border with white enamel beads, with suspension loop, and a rectangular vacant glass and gilt metal pendant locket.

Sold for £240

Lot 394

A pair of Chinese silver mounted and carved lapis lazuli clip on earrings, early 20th century, the lapis carved as blossoming flowers, the silver stamped "BEE China Silver".

Lot 395

A Continental gold metal mounted carved shell cameo, 20th century, carved as a female facing right, the mount struck "K9".

Sold for £30

Lot 396

A gentleman's Art Deco period chrome plated wristwatch, early 20th century, the square white dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial.

Lot 397

A ladies Omega wristwatch, a gentleman's Cyma wristwatch, a Stowa Sports wristwatch and two further ladies wristwatches.

Sold for £120

Lot 398

Three gentleman's mechanical wristwatches, to include a Novoris, a Trench style wristwatch and a Timor dress pocket watch.

Sold for £65

Lot 399

Four gentleman's vintage mechanical wristwatches, to include Gloriosa, Oris, Trada and Mortima, and an Ingersol chrome plated pocket watch.

Sold for £55

Lot 400

A 9 ct gold sapphire and diamond ring, size N.

Sold for £40