antiques & fine art sale

30th - 3rd December 2021

Starting at 10.00 am each day

Viewing - Sunday prior 10am - 4 pm, Monday prior 10 am - 5 pm, and also throughout each sale day.

Tuesday 30th November - Lots 1-528 The Principal Contents of Greystoke Castle, Nr. Penrith

Wednesday 1st December - Lots 529-615 - Asian Art, 616-714 - Ceramics and Glassware, Lots 715-860 - Jewelllery, Watches, Pocket Watches and Coins, Lots 861-1100 - Silver and Allied Wares

Thursday 2nd December - Lots 1101-1273 Paintings, Drawings and Prints, Lots 1274-1426 - Objects of Arts and Collectors' Items, Lots 1427-1531 - Books, Stamps and Postcards, Lots 1532-1564 - Textiles

Friday 3rd December - Lots 1565-1699 - Tables Boxes, Wall Clcoks, Barometers and Mirrors, Lots 1700-2118 - Furniture, Longcase Clocks and Dining Tables

You can bid on this sale online, by leaving bids with Mitchells by email upto 9.30 am on the day of the sale or prior ([email protected]) or by attending the saleroom and registering to bid.  To bid online please click on the Saleroom link and follow the instructons given.  Please note if you use the online facility you will pay both our buyer's premium of 22% + VAT and the saleroom charge of 4.95% + VAT on the hammer.  CARD PAYMENT ONLY

Lot 999

A George IV silver leaf pattern caddy spoon, probably by Edward Smith, marked for Birmingham but lacking date letter, a George IV silver caddy spoon with unusual serrated bowl, probably by John Holdup or John Harris IV, London 1823 and two other George III silver caddy spoons.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1000

Five George III silver caddy spoons, all probably by George Burrows, four with pierced bowls, all hallmarked for London between 1789 and 1799, together with one other George III silver caddy or strainer spoon with shaped terminal and oval bowl, possibly by George Byworth, London 1790 (although Byworth was noted as a case maker)

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 1001

A George V silver seal top caddy spoon, with planished oval bowl by Frances Charlotte Harling, London 1934.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1002

A Victorian cast silver vine leaf pattern caddy spoon, by Chawner & Co (George Adams), London 1863.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1003

A Victorian cast silver caddy spoon by Chawner & Co (George Adams), decorated throughout with leaf scrolls, the terminal with figure probably depicting St John The Baptist, London 1856.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1004

An early Victorian silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon by W E, possibly William Eaton, engraved throughout with leaf scrolls and with scalloped bowl, London 1852.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1005

A fine Victorian silver "lily pad and pond" pattern caddy spoon, by Francis Higgins II, London 1857.

Estimated: £70 - £90

Lot 1006

A George III silver caddy spoon by Matthew Linwood, cast and embossed in relief with floral motifs and with scalloped bowl, Birmingham 1914.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1007

Two George III silver caddy spoons, with scrolled terminals, one with scalloped and silver gilt bowl, probably by Hester Bateman the other with shaped and beaded bowl, probably by George Smith (both incompletely hallmarked).

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1008

An unusual Indian white metal oval caddy spoon by Hamilton & Co Calcutta with coin handle, together with a Chinese white metal spoon.

Estimated: £20 - £40

Lot 1009

A George III silver caddy spoon by Thomas Wallis II, with floral embossed circular bowl, London 1790, three other George III silver leaf design caddy spoons and an Elizabeth II silver jubilee leaf form caddy spoon by James Potter & Sons.

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 1010

A George III silver shovel form caddy spoon by Matthew Linwood, with mother of pearl terminal, Birmingham 1813, a 19th century white metal caddy spoon, a George III silver shovel form caddy spoon by Stephen Adams, London 1792 together with two other silver caddy spoons.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 1011

A group of seven George III silver caddy spoons by Samuel Pemberton, displaying different shapes and designs and all with filigree bowls, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1804 and 1809 (see illustration).

Estimated: £200 - £250

Lot 1012

A George III silver gilt fiddle pattern caddy spoon, by Samuel Pemberton, with floral embossed bowl and two similar spoons also by Samuel Pemberton embossed with seashells and flowers respectively, all hallmarked for Birmingham 1813.

Estimated: £70 - £90

Lot 1013

Nine George III silver caddy spoons by Samuel Pemberton, displaying different shapes and designs, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1800-1822, together with three other white metal caddy spoons by Samuel Pemberton (makers mark but no hallmarks).

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 1014

Five George III silver shovel form caddy spoons by Samuel Pemberton, including one with coral handle, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1800-1809, together with one other white metal caddy spoon by Samuel Pemberton (makers mark but no hallmarks).

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 1015

Eleven George III and later silver caddy spoons by John Lawrence & Co, displaying various designs and patterns, including one with scalloped bowl and variegated red agate terminal, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1811-1831 (see illustration).

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 1016

Six George III and later Scottish silver caddy spoons, all hallmarked for Glasgow between 1819-1838, makers including John Scott.

Estimated: £250 - £300

Lot 1017

A Victorian Scottish silver shovel form caddy spoon, with Kings pattern terminal by William Coghill, Glasgow 1866.

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 1018

A George III Scottish silver caddy spoon by William Marshall, with scale engraved terminal and scalloped bowl, Edinburgh 1813, together with ten other George III and later Scottish silver caddy spoons.

Estimated: £400 - £500

Lot 1019

Nine George III and later Scottish Provincial white metal caddy spoons, including Aberdeen.

Estimated: £400 - £500

Lot 1020

Eight George IV and William IV silver caddy spoons by Taylor & Perry, displaying different designs and shapes, including an unusual leaf form spoon, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1826-1833, together with a George III silver and silver gilt caddy spoon with circular leaf embossed bowl by T & ? (mark rubbed), Birmingham 1811.

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 1021

A 19th century filigree white metal jockey cap caddy spoon.

Estimated: £70 - £90

Lot 1022

A 19th century filigree white metal jockey cap caddy spoon, with solid brim.

Estimated: £70 - £90

Lot 1023

An 18th century white metal jockey cap caddy spoon, by Samuel Pemberton, delicately engraved with leaf scrolls (makers mark but no hallmark).

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 1024

A George III silver jockey cap caddy spoon, with relief cast radiating ridges (incompletely hallmarked - with lion passant and monarchs head but no other marks).

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 1025

Twelve George III silver caddy spoons by William Pugh, displaying different designs and patterns including shovel form spoon with mother of pearl terminal, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1804-1816.

Estimated: £250 - £300

Lot 1026

A George III silver tea strainer spoon, with bright cut old English terminal and oval bowl by Alice and George Burrows, London 1804, a similar strainer spoon, probably by same maker (mark slightly rubbed), London 1808, a George III silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon by Sarah John and William Blake, London 1813, together with one other George III silver caddy spoon, probably by John Blake, London 1803.

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 1027

No lot.

Lot 1028

Eight early 19th century filigree white metal caddy spoons, of varying designs, two with engraved cartouche.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 1029

An early Victorian cast silver harlequin form caddy spoon, with figural terminal, the bowl decorated with fruiting vines by William Robert Smily, London 1854.

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 1030

A George III silver shovel form caddy spoon, with floral engraving by Thomas Wallis II, London 1785.

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 1031

A George III silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon, by George Knight, the bowl with gilded Eastern temple surrounded by embossed flowers on a matted ground.

Estimated: £65 - £80

Lot 1032

A George III silver shovel form caddy spoon by Thropp & Taylor, with floral embossed bowl and mother of pearl terminal, Birmingham 1812.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1033

A George III silver caddy spoon by Wardell & Kempson, with reeded rectangular bowl and bright cut floral engraving, Birmingham 1814.

Estimated: £30 - £40

Lot 1034

A George III Irish silver gilt caddy spoon, by John Power with old English terminal and crimped oval bowl, Dublin 1812, together with a George IV Irish silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon, possibly by Samuel Neville Dublin 1821.

Estimated: £70 - £90

Lot 1035

A George IV silver gilt caddy spoon by Samuel Pemberton, with circular leaf scroll embossed bowl, Birmingham 1822, together with a very similar George IV caddy spoon by Ledsam, Vale & Wheeler, Birmingham 1827.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1036

A William IV cast silver caddy spoon, by John Tongue of naturalistic flared leaf design, Birmingham 1831 (split).

Estimated: £30 - £40

Lot 1037

A George III silver caddy spoon by W N & Co of naturalistic form, Birmingham 1805.

Estimated: £35 - £50

Lot 1038

A George III acorn pattern caddy spoon, by John Hart & Co, Birmingham 1806.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1039

A Victorian silver caddy spoon by George Unite, with leaf scroll engraved terminal and floral embossed silver gilt bowl, Birmingham 1877.

Estimated: £35 - £50

Lot 1040

A George III silver shovel form caddy spoon by Wardell & Kempson, with seaweed engraved bowl and turned ivory terminal, Birmingham 1809, a similar caddy spoon by Thropp & Taylor with bone terminal, Birmingham 1811, together with a 19th century white metal shovel form caddy spoon bearing spurious marks, possibly colonial.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 1041

Two George IV silver caddy spoons by Thomas Millington, with shaped and panelled bowls, Birmingham 1826 and 1827.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1042

An early 19th century gold coloured metal jockey cap caddy spoon.

Estimated: £25 - £35

Lot 1043

A George III silver and silver gilt caddy spoon by John Thropp or Joseph Taylor, with reeded and lozenge engraved acorn pattern bowl, Birmingham 1812.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1044

A George IV silver shovel form caddy spoon by John Thropp or Joseph Taylor,with Kings pattern terminal and floral embossed bowl, Birmingham 1823 (see illustration).

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1045

A George IV silver shovel form caddy spoon by John Thropp or Joseph Taylor, with floral cast terminal and heart scroll embossed bowl, Birmingham 1822.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1046

A George IV silver form caddy spoon by John Thropp or Joseph Taylor, with oval laurel wreath cast terminal and floral embossed shaped circular bowl, Birmingham 1823.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1047

Three George III silver caddy spoons by John Thropp or Joseph Taylor, all of leaf design and all hallmarked for Birmingham 1809.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1048

A Victorian silver caddy spoon by Hilliard & Thomason, with Pharoah terminal and plain bowl, Birmingham 1880 (see illustration).

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 1049

A George III silver leaf form caddy spoon by William Pugh, Birmingham 1804 and two other George III silver leaf form caddy spoons, both by unidentified maker W and hallmarked for Birmingham 1808.

Estimated: £70 - £90

Lot 1050

A George III silver hand form caddy spoon by John Thropp or Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1806.

Estimated: £30 - £40

Lot 1051

An early Victorian silver caddy spoon by Francis Higgins II, with naturalistically modelled branch terminal, London 1846, together with a fiddle pattern caddy spoon by Robert Wallis with fruit embossed oval crimped bowl, London 1851.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1052

An early 19th century filigree white metal jockey cap caddy spoon, with makers mark internally "TI" (see illustration).

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1053

A George V silver caddy spoon by Liberty & Co, of geometric Art Deco inspiration No. 5184, Birmingham 1939.

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 1054

Ten George III and later silver caddy spoons by John Thropp or Joseph Taylor, displaying different patterns and styles, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1802-1826, together with a George III silver caddy spoon by Wardell & Kempson with seaweed engraving, Birmingham 1809.

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 1055

Ten George III and later silver caddy spoons by John Thropp or Joseph Taylor, displaying different patterns and styles, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1799-1828.

Estimated: £250 - £300

Lot 1056

Nine George III and later silver shovel form caddy spoons by John Thropp or Joseph Taylor, two with turned ebonised handles, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1805-1818, together with a caddy spoon by William Pugh with mother of pearl terminal, Birmingham 1809 (see illustration).

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 1057

An early Victorian silver fiddle pattern caddy spoon by Samuel Clark, with floral embossed and panelled bowl, Birmingham 1837, three other George III and later caddy spoons (two with rubbed marks), together with an 18th century white metal caddy spoon.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1058

A Victorian silver caddy spoon by Frederick Elkington, for Elkington & Co, with leaf moulded circular bowl and pierced terminal, Birmingham 1870.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1059

A William IV silver caddy spoon by Thomas Freeman, with pierced and engraved strapwork terminal and plain shaped bowl, Birmingham 1834, a George V silver caddy spoon by Francis Howard with trefid terminal, Sheffield 1932 and a William IV silver old English pattern teaspoon by Richard Duncan of Carlisle (working at Crown and Anchor Lane, Market Place and subsequently English Street), Newcastle 1833.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1060

Two George III silver caddy spoons by William Pugh, both hallmarked for Birmingham for 1810 and 1814.

Estimated: £35 - £50

Lot 1061

Four George III and later silver caddy spoons, with scalloped bowls by John Thropp or Joseph Taylor, all hallmarked for Birmingham between 1796-1812, together with five other George III and later silver caddy spoons all with scalloped bowls.

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 1062

A Victorian silver mounted clam shell caddy spoon, the mounts with beaded terminal by Josiah Williams & Co, London 1886, a George IV Scottish silver caddy spoon with spiralled terminal, Glasgow 1826 and four other silver and white metal caddy spoons.

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 1063

Two similar 19th century continental (possibly French) white metal caddy spoons, with scalloped gilded bowls, the terminals cast with scroll work and face masks (one 800 standard, the other with Helvetia mark), together with a continental (possibly Russian) white metal caddy spoon (marked '84).

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1064

An early 19th century continental (possibly French) white metal leaf form caddy spoon, with vertical scrolled terminal, together with an 18th century white metal leaf form caddy spoon with makers mark "Ston".

Estimated: £45 - £60

Lot 1065

An early 19th century white metal fiddle pattern caddy spoon, with circular crenellated bowl, with spurious hallmarks (possibly colonial), three 18th/19th century white metal caddy spoons, an American white metal teaspoon marked sterling, together with four silver plated spoons.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1066

A late 18th/early 19th century Sheffield plate "Queen Caroline" commemorative caddy spoon, with reeded crowned terminal, together with one other Sheffield plate caddy spoon.

Estimated: £25 - £35

Lot 1067

A Keswick School of Industrial Arts planished stainless steel caddy spoon, of Arts and Crafts design, with flared beaded terminal and circular bowl, together with a similar LRI Borrowdale caddy spoon.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 1068

Three early 19th century tortoiseshell caddy spoons, two inlaid to terminals with white metal.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 1069

An early 19th century white metal mounted cowrie shell caddy spoon, with red coral terminal.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1070

Nine 19th century carved mother of pearl caddy spoons, of varying sizes and designs, several deeply carved with flowers.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 1071

Four late 18th/early 19th century bone caddy spoons, and two ivory caddy spoons.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 1072

An early 19th century carved boxwood caddy or teaspoon, possibly Welsh and two other wooden caddy spoons.

Estimated: £30 - £40

Lot 1073

A late 18th/early 19th century finely carved yew wood caddy spoon, with circular bowl and ebonised terminal.

Estimated: £30 - £40

Lot 1074

An early 19th century brass caddy spoon, the oval bowl cast in relief with profile of The Duke of Wellington and one other brass caddy spoon.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 1075

An early 20th century printed and gilded tin, advertising caddy spoon for "Namunah 3 T's", together with a late 18th/early 19th century gilt metal shovel pattern caddy spoon.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 1076

A late 18th/early 19th century dark brown patinated bronze caddy spoon, the oval bowl with fan motif, one other dark brown patinated bronze caddy spoon with face mask and ribbon terminal, together with a horn caddy spoon.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 1077

An early 19th century blue and white porcelain oval caddy spoon, with scalloped terminal, the bowl decorated with floral sprays and with impressed C to reverse, together with a Wedgwood Jasperware caddy spoon.

Estimated: £15 - £20

Lot 1078

A pair of silver plated wine coasters, of gadrooned design, 5.5 cm high, 15 cm diameter.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1079

A George III silver wine coaster with fretted sides and cabochon boss to centre, square cartouche engraved with R, 4 cm high, 14.5 cm diameter (poorly struck and indistinct hallmark).

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1080

An Elizabeth II silver decanter label for port, by Wyard Druitt & Co Ltd, cast in relief with profile of Bacchus surrounded by fruiting vines. 7 cm high, London 1973. Weight 51 grams (see illustration).

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 1081

A pair of George III silver decanter labels by Matthew Linwood, of identical figural and fruiting vine design and worded Rum and Marsala, both hallmarked for Birmingham 1806, 1808, with differing integral chains (see illustration).

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1082

An important pair of George II cast silver decanter labels by Sandelands Drinkwater, of identical figural and fruiting vine design, worded Madeira and Claret, with matching integral chains, incompletely hallmarked with lion passant and makers mark, both inscribed J4. NOTE: Sandelands Drinkwater registered as working from January 1735.

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 1083

A pair of George III Irish silver scallop pattern decanter labels, probably by John Townsend, worded Whiskey and Sherry, incompletely hallmarked with Dublin assay mark, monarch head and makers marks only.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1084

A near pair of George II silver labels by Sandelands Drinkwater, of shaped outline, worded Port and Claret, port label possibly later engraved with vine leaves, incompletely hallmarked with lion passant and makers mark only. NOTE: Sandelands Drinkwater registered as working from January 1735.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1085

A matched pair of George III silver decanter labels, by Edward Capper and Thomas Dicks, of identical design with putti and fruiting vines, worded Port and Sherry, both hallmarked for London 1817.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1086

A near pair of 18th century white metal decanter labels, modelled with scrolled leaves and worded Marsala and Sherry, sherry label with monarch head and makers mark S.H. (possibly for Samuel Hennell) (see illustration).

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1087

A George IV silver Claret decanter label by Robert Gainsford, of figural and fruiting vine design, Sheffield 1823.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1088

A George IV silver Madeira decanter label by John Thropp, of scallop, fruiting vine and bacchic mask design, Birmingham 1821.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1089

A George III silver Claret decanter label, possibly by Susannah Barker, of star design, incompletely hallmarked with lion passant, monarch head and makers mark only.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1090

A pair of early Victorian silver decanter labels by Taylor & Perry, of curved vine leaf capped design, worded Lisbon and Sherry, Birmingham 1840.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1091

An 18th century white metal Port decanter label, possibly by Susannah Barker, a similar label, possibly Irish by John Townsend, together with one other white metal decanter label worded Red Port.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1092

An 18th century white metal Sherry decanter label, possibly by Susannah Barker, together with a similar rectangular decanter label.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1093

A George III silver scallop shape Rum decanter label, by Matthew Linwood, Birmingham 1812, an 18th century white metal decanter label of shaped outline with central aperture for sliding name labels, together with an imitation ivory Gin label.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 1094

A George III silver rectangular decanter label, for Tenerife, possibly by John Shekleton, with gadrooned border, incompletely hallmarked with rubbed lion passant mark and makers mark only, a George V silver rectangular photograph frame, 16 cm high, and a continental white metal and enamelled pendant of Art Deco design set with oval amethyst coloured stone, 5 cm high.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1095

A silver coloured metal bowl, Eastern possibly Chinese repousse with birds. Diameter 10 cm. 137 grams.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 1096

A set of twelve silver handled dinner knives.

Estimated: £70 - £100

Lot 1097

A group of sixteen matching fiddle pattern spoons and forks, all hallmarked London 1854, weight 892 grams.

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 1098

A Masonic silver charger, dedicated to W. Ero. George Herd PM. In grateful recognition of more than a quarter century of Masonic service. Lodge Peace and Concord No. 445 Callao-Peru. Diameter 33 cm, stamped verso Stirling 925, 597 grams.

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 1099

A boxed dessert set with embossed silver handles, hallmarked Sheffield 1930, together with a boxed set of silver coffee bean spoons by Elkington Birmingham 1921.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 1100

A Georgian silver and coral rattle, with bells, makers name CR with indistinct hallmark.

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 1101

After Sam Bough (RSA), etching "Borrowdale" together with an etching by the same artist "Travelling in Norway" 1857. Largest 32 cm x 24 cm, both framed and glazed.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 1102

A Victorian oil painting on board, yacht on lake, 20 cm x 35 cm, framed, indistinctly signed and dated 1885, glazed.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 1103

A Victorian Pears print of Bubbles. 70 cm x 47 cm, framed, together with a print of a young girl with rabbit.

Estimated: £20 - £30

Lot 1104

A pair of Italian Bay of Naples watercolours, each 29 cm x 41 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 1105

J Van Couver, a pair of watercolours "Beverwyk Holland" and "Vlardingen Holland" each 35 cm x 52 cm, framed, signed.

Estimated: £80 - £120

Lot 1106

John Campbell, watercolour "Striding Edge". 23 cm x 51 cm, framed, signed and with original label verso.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 1107

John Neighbour, watercolour "Sharp Edge", 20 cm x 25 cm, framed, signed.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 1108

Robert Ritchie, oil on canvas "Little Langdale Tarn". 24 cm x 49 cm, framed, signed.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 1109

Shirley Shackleton, a pastel "Eagle Crag Stonethwaite", 18 cm x 26 cm, framed, signed.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 1110

Christopher David Holland, a watercolour "Styhead Tarn". 21 cm x 32 cm, framed, signed and dated 1998.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 1111

An antiquarian print " A comparative view of some of the principal hills in Great Britain". 24 cm x 19 cm, framed.

Estimated: £20 - £40

Lot 1112

An antiquarian print "Map of the Black Lead Mines etc in Cumberland". 19 cm x 23 cm, framed, together with a photocopy of "The Gentleman's Magazine" article discussing the same.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 1113

Alfred Wainwright, signed print "The Buttermere Valley". Image size 15.5 cm x 15 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 1114

Alfred Wainwright, signed print "Skelwith Force". Image size 15 cm x 17 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 1115

Alfred Wainwright, signed print "Stramongate Kendal". Image size 14 cm x 20 cm, framed.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1116

Alfred Wainwright, signed print "Friars Crag Derwentwater". Image size 15 cm x 17 cm, framed.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 1117

A collection of ten Alfred Wainwright, signed prints "Ullswater from St Sunday Crag", "Langstrath", "The Coniston Fells", "The Buttermere Valley", "Bow Fell from Lingmoor Fell", "Blencathra from Castlerigg", "View from Orrest Head", "The Pump Inn Kendal", "The Syke Kendal", "West Tanfield".

Estimated: £250 - £350

Lot 1118

Five Alfred Wainwright signed prints, all unsigned including Steel Fell and Nab Crags, Elterwater, Grasmere and Seat Sandal, Slaters Bridge Little Langdale and a Grasmere farm.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 1119

Alfred Wainwright, "A map of the county of Westmorland 1974". Image size 52 cm x 59 cm, framed.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1120

Robert Swan, oil on canvas "The Honourable Brooke Weld Forester", 75 cm x 60 cm, framed, signed and dated 1959.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 1121

E.K an oil painting on canvas of an Art Nouveau female figure. 97 cm x 83 cm, framed (see illustration).

Estimated: £1200 - £1800

Lot 1122

An oil painting on canvas of a beach scene with sailing vessel. 60 cm x 90 cm in gilt frame.

Estimated: £120 - £180

Lot 1123

N Siebel, oil on canvas continental river and town scene. 60 cm x 90 cm, framed, signed.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1124

A watercolour possibly "The Wreck of the East India Company Ship Clarendon off Blackgang Chine Isle of Wight 1836". 48 cm x 86 cm, framed and with Parker Gallery label, Pimlico Road, London label verso.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1125

An oil painting on canvas coastal scene with boys bathing, 19th century. 45 cm x 76 cm in gilt frame (see illustration).

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 1126

Roger Desoutter oil on canvas, sailing ship. 44 cm x 53 cm, framed signed.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1127

Graham Howleat, "The Albion on the Bure, Near Great Yarmouth". 34 cm x 49 cm, framed, signed.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 1128

Style of George Armfield, oil on canvas Terriers in Interior. 29 cm x 38.5 cm, in gilt frame and inked George Armfield verso.

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 1129

Oil on canvas Art Nouveau female figure. 76 cm x 49.5 cm.

Estimated: £250 - £300

Lot 1130

A 19th century oil painting on canvas, primitive portrait of two young girls. 103 cm x 82.5 cm, framed (see illustration).

Estimated: £1200 - £1800

Lot 1131

Nielsen oil on canvas, gunboat and other vessels. 87 cm x 131 cm, framed, signed (see illustration).

Estimated: £500 - £800

Lot 1132

Four dog pictures, two by Joanne Bastard "Brough" and "Mindy", a third entitled "Sparticus" and another of hounds by Amanda Bowes.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1133

Susan E Jameson (born 1944), "Electric Storm", artist proof mezzotint, signed and dated '83 to margin, within a card mount, framed and glazed. 63 cm x 40 cm.

Estimated: £70 - £100

Lot 1134

After Susan E Jameson (born 1944), "Forked Lightning II", limited edition mezzotint print, No. 111/200, within a card mount and black painted frame, glazed, signed, dated and titled in pencil to mount or margin. 35 cm x 42 cm.

Estimated: £50 - £100

Lot 1135

After Susan E Jameson (born 1944), "Lightning Storm I", artist proof mezzotint, within a card mount, moulded frame under glass, signed, dated and titled in pencil to mount or margin. 53 cm x 40.5 cm.

Estimated: £60 - £100

Lot 1136

After Susan E Jameson (born 1944), "Lakeland Lightning II", limited edition print, No. 74/250, within a card mount, moulded frame under glass, signed, dated and titled in pencil to mount or margin. 53 cm x 63 cm.

Estimated: £70 - £100

Lot 1137

After Susan E Jameson (born 1944), "Sunday", artist proof mezzotint, within a card mount, moulded frame under glass, signed, dated and titled in pencil to mount or margin. 43 cm x 74 cm.

Estimated: £60 - £100

Lot 1138

After Susan E Jameson (born 1944), "Thorn Tree", artist proof mezzotint triptych, within a card mount and silvered frame under glass, signed, dated and titled in pencil to mount or margin. 70 cm x 36 cm.

Estimated: £60 - £100

Lot 1139

Henry Earp Snr (1831-1914), two watercolours, "A Farm Near Ockley Surrey" and "The Pond at Withdean Near Brighton", each 52 x 37 cm, both signed, the former dated 1911 in gilt moulded frames and glazed.

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 1140

Patricia Sadler, watercolour, still life of a vase of flowers. 13 cm x 16 cm, signed in full in pencil in light oak frame and glazed with Castlegate House Cockermouth label verso.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1141

Karen Wallbank, oil painting "Dawn Light". 14.5 x 18 cm in beechwood frame and glazed with Castlegate House Cockermouth label verso, together with artist name and title inscribed.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 1142

Alan Stones (born 1947), limited edition colour print, "Brother Sun". 49 cm x 43 cm. No. 68/200, signed in full and dated 1990 in oak frame and glazed.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1143

Alan Stones (born 1947), limited edition colour print, "Royal Show". 49 cm x 46 cm. No. 67/200, signed in full and dated 1990 in oak frame and glazed.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1144

Len Roope, watercolour "Melbreak". 18.5 cm x 26 cm, framed, signed and dated 1975 (see illustration).

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 1145

Sir John Crampton (1805-1886), "Irish Landscape" lake view with trees to foreground. 32 x 48 cm in later gilt frame and glazed with Clarges Gallery London label verso, listing artists name and title of work.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 1146

Claude Hayes (1852-1922), country scenes with horse and rider and trees to foreground. 34 x 51 cm, signed in later gilt frame and glazed.

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 1147

Claude Hayes (1852-1922), watercolour, "Haymaking at Tewkesbury", 24 x 30 cm, signed in later gilt frame and glazed, with pencil inscription verso indicating title to rear of work, together with Kennedy and Wolfenden & Co Ltd label.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1148

Claude Hayes (1852-1922), watercolour, moorland scene, probably Exmoor with ponies to foreground. 24 x 33 cm, signed in later gilt frame and glazed.

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 1149

Early 19th century continental or Russian school watercolour, shoulder length portrait of a man wearing red velvet cap bearing St George Cross. 27 x 21 cm in gilt oval frame and glazed with Robert Gaffikin Belfast label verso.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1150

Henry John Sylvester Stannard (1870-1951), watercolour, "Old Cottages Dorset". 24 x 34 cm, in later gilt frame and glazed with remnants of old frame taped verso, together with Sotheby's label.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1151

N, Meadows, watercolour, riverside footpath with mother and child to foreground. 24 x 32 cm, signed in gilt frame and glazed.

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 1152

W Taylor, gouache, fishing in stormy seas. 22 x 38 cm, signed and dated 1872 in gilt moulded frame and glazed with Ross's Auctioneers label verso.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1153

Garman Morris (G.M. Avondale - FL 1900-1930), "Off Scarborough". 25 cm x 48 cm, signed in gilt moulded and swept frame and glazed with Hurst & Co Belfast label verso.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1154

T.E. Spence, oil painting, "Wickhamford Church", canvas 40 x 50 cm, signed and dated 1960 in painted and gilt frame.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1155

Chris Sims, oil painting, "Before Kick Off". 28 x 35 cm, in grey painted frame and glazed with label verso.

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 1156

C. Monsforth, oil painting, "Ibiza Garden", canvas 60 x 74 cm, signed in black frame and glazed, titled verso.

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 1157

Fionna Carlyle, gouache, "Oyster Fishers, Crete". 117 cm2, in painted frame and glazed, label verso with artists name, title of work and dated 1989.

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 1158

Joseph Simpson, etching, three quarter length portrait of John Peel. 30 x 21 cm in later black frame and glazed.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1159

Continental School, oil painting, "Moulin Rouge", canvas 41 x 50 cm in gilt frame and glazed.

Estimated: £120 - £150

Lot 1160

Early 18th century school, oil painting, half length portrait of Charles Berkeley, relined canvas. 78 x 64 cm in gilt leaf moulded frame with Doic, Wilson & Wheatley label verso. Provenance - by family descent to the present vendor (see illustration).

Estimated: £3000 - £3500

Lot 1161

18th century school, oil painting, half length portrait of Taylor of Bifrons, relined canvas, 76 x 63 cm in gilt moulded and swept frame. Provenance - by family descent to the present vendor (see illustration).

Estimated: £1500 - £2000

Lot 1162

19th century school, oil painting, half length portrait of William Stanley (1788-1879), painted with armorial to upper right corner, canvas 77 x 64 cm in gilt moulded frame with Winsor & Newton stencil verso, together with ink inscribed label "William Stanley aged 70 - A Native of Dickinfield Cheshire...". Provenance - by family descent to the present vendor.

Estimated: £400 - £600

Lot 1163

Victorian School, oil painting, half length portrait of Elizabeth Graham, relined canvas 78 x 64 cm in deeply moulded gilt frame with old restorers label verso dated 25th September 1902, together with label verso for Paragon Fine Arts, Macclesfield. Provenance - by family descent to the present vendor.

Estimated: £800 - £1200

Lot 1164

Dummond Young (thought to be Edward Drummond Young 1876-1946), oil painting, portrait of Sir Musgrave, Brico, 4th Baronet of Crofton Hall Cumberland, canvas 62 x 51 cm in painted and swept frame and glazed, inscribed in pen verso. Provenance - by family descent to the present vendor.

Estimated: £300 - £400

Lot 1165

John Mitchell (Scottish School) watercolour, "The Old Man of Muchall". 41 cm x 52 cm, framed, signed and dated 1889 in gilt frame.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1166

John Aburn (19th century Scottish School), oil on canvas shepherd and sheep in wooded landscape with gate. 78 cm x 107 cm in ornate original gilt frame (see illustration).

Estimated: £250 - £350

Lot 1167

19th century Scottish School, portrait oil on canvas of a distinguished gentleman seated and in gilt frame. 74 cm x 63.5 cm.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1168

After Thomas Gainsborough, an engraving by John Raphael Smith "His Royal Highness George Prince of Wales", in fine ornate giltwood and gesso frame. Frame aperture dimensions 78.5 cm x 54.5 cm. External dimensions 115 cm x 84 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £400 - £600

Lot 1169

A 19th century oil painting on canvas "Scarborough". 59 cm x 91 cm, framed, relined (see illustration).

Estimated: £250 - £300

Lot 1170

19th century Scottish School oil on canvas loch and castle scene. 49 cm x 79 cm in original ornate gilt frame.

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 1171

19th century painting on canvas The Vessel "Charles of Gatehouse", possibly by D Campbell, indistinctly dated 45 cm x 66 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £250 - £300

Lot 1172

William Lakin Turner, oil on board lake and mountain scene. 29 cm x 42 cm, framed, signed (see illustration).

Estimated: £300 - £500

Lot 1173

P.K. nude pastel. 49 cm x 35.5 cm, framed, signed with initials.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1174

Alan Johnston, watercolour lake, mountain and roadside scene. 27 cm x 42 cm, framed, signed and dated 1960.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 1175

Edwin La Dell, lithograph "Sedbergh", 51/100. 43 cm x 59 cm, framed, signed in pencil.

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 1176

Claude Bendall, watercolour horse study. 29 cm x 21.5 cm, framed, signed.

Estimated: £30 - £50

Lot 1177

Hazel Titherley, oil on board "Plymog Farm". 24 cm x 61.5 cm, framed, signed an dated 1963.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1178

E H Marten, watercolour "A Glimpse of Ullswater from Brackenrigg". 24 cm x 35 cm, signed.

Estimated: £50 - £80

Lot 1179

Oil on board three quarter length portrait of a young lady. 22 cm x 17 cm, framed.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1180

Portrait of a young boy, oil on board. 17 cm x 12 cm, framed.

Estimated: £80 - £120

Lot 1181

C.M. A late Victorian oil painting on canvas board, Black Cat, rectangular 26 cm x 22 cm, signed with initials.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1182

C.M. A late Victorian oil painting on canvas board, White Cat, oval. 29 cm x 23 cm, signed with initials and dated 1896.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1183

Bernard Eyre Walker (1886-1972), watercolour, "Skeggles Water". 28 cm x 38 cm, signed in full and dated 1946, in gilt frame and glazed and titled verso. NOTE: Consigned from 23 Briar Rigg, Keswick, by repute formerly the home of Bernard Eyre Walker. ARR.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1184

Bernard Eyre Walker (1886-1972), watercolour, "Little Langdale". 40 cm x 55 cm, signed in full and dated 1948 in bevelled oak frame and glazed with label verso with title, price and artist's address. NOTE: Consigned from 23 Briar Rigg, Keswick, by repute formerly the home of Bernard Eyre Walker. ARR.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1185

Bernard Eyre Walker (1886-1972), watercolour, "Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland". 21 cm x 38 cm, signed in full and dated 1948, in cream frame inscribed and glazed and titled verso. NOTE: Consigned from 23 Briar Rigg, Keswick, by repute formerly the home of Bernard Eyre Walker. ARR.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1186

Bernard Eyre Walker (1886-1972), watercolour, continental lake scene with castle and figures to foreground. 36 cm x 52 cm, signed in full and dated 1949, in gilt frame and glazed. NOTE: Consigned from 23 Briar Rigg, Keswick, by repute formerly the home of Bernard Eyre Walker. ARR.

Estimated: £50 - £70

Lot 1187

Eyre Walker (Bernard), "Quest - A Personal Search", privately printed by Titus Wilson, Kendal, in red leather binding with Griffen pattern end papers and inscribed to front flyleaf "To Joan with warmest Christmas Greetings 1964", sold together with two copies of Eyre Walker (Bernard) "Quest Renewed", two Bernard Eyre Walker Christmas cards, one inscribed verso with address of 23 Briar Rigg, Keswick, a photograph of Bernard and Dorothy Eyre Walker outside their house at Grange over Sands, together with a Bernard Eyre Walker retrospective gallery catalogue 1973 held at the Abbott Hall Gallery Kendal. ARR.

Estimated: £60 - £80

Lot 1188

Early 20th century school, oil painting, cottage interior with young girl reading and elderly lady watching, canvas 48 x 73 cm, in gilt frame and glazed with Bromley's Fine Art Gallery Bolton label verso.

Estimated: £150 - £200

Lot 1189

Victorian School, oil painting, lake view with shepherd and flock to foreground, canvas 28 x 54 cm, monogrammed EL and dated 1892, in gilt moulded frame and glazed with George Barnes Bolton label verso.

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 1190

Matthews (19th century), watercolour, "Ben Ledi, Perthshire". 33 x 50 cm, indistinctly signed and dated 1871, in gilt moulded frame and glazed with label verso bearing title and name of artist.

Estimated: £80 - £100

Lot 1191

After Thomas Rowlandson (1757-1827), a set of twenty three coloured mezzotints, Dr Syntax - Second and Third Tours and other scenes, mostly 34 x 39 cm in gilt frames and glazed.

Estimated: £100 - £150

Lot 1192

Carl Boehme (1866-1939), Impasto oil painting, "Breaking Waves", 83 cm x 110 cm, signed and in gilt moulded frame.

Estimated: £800 - £1200

Lot 1193

Dora Laye, oil painting, "Tahoma Lion and Lioness", 52 cm x 76 cm in gilt moulded frame and glazed with label verso for Brown Brothers & Taylor Framers York.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1194

Style of JC Johansen, oil painting on canvas, possibly portrait of Bonar Law. 61.5 cm x 51 cm (see illustration).

Estimated: £200 - £300

Lot 1195

Ron Green, a collection of watercolours and pastels, including portraits and landscapes, principally local scenes, mostly unframed and unmounted. ARR.

Estimated: £70 - £800

Lot 1196

A 20th century signed colour print - "Bakers Vaults". 61 cm x 92 cm, indistinctly signed in wooden frame and glazed.

Estimated: £40 - £60

Lot 1197

Charles Shiels, oil painting, family group, board 61 cm2, signed and dated '70, unframed. ARR.

Estimated: £250 - £300

Lot 1198

Charles Shiels, oil painting "Judge and Jester Supervising the Registration of the New Rose Queen". 35.5 cm x 45.5 cm, signed in metal frame with labels verso, listing title of work, price, dated October 1976 and with artist address 69 Bloom Street, Edgeley, Stockport. ARR.

Estimated: £100 - £150