antiques & fine art sale

30th November 2017

Lot 1

Two Japanese Satsuma dishes, Taisho period, of either birds upon a blossoming branch or figures and children, each with buildings and waterfall to the background, signed "Fetaji" and with Satsuma Mon, diameters 21.5 cm and 16 cm, and two Satsuma vases each decorated with Lohan and Beijin all within diaper borders, the smaller signed "Satsuma Yaki", heights 22 cm and 16 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £40

Lot 2

Kutani Wares - Taisho period, pair of vases decorated with golden pheasants amongst flowers and verso with figure and attendant, onion shaped vase with panels of birds and flowers, plate decorated with boys and cockerel amongst peony, each signed "Kutani Tsukuru", (4). Vase height 24 cm, plate diameter 21.3 cm.

Sold for £35

Lot 3

A good Kutani jug and cover, Taisho period, painted with Beijin with children and verso peacock amongst flowers, with pierced and moulded border with floral and gilt decoration on waisted body, signed "Kutani Sei". 31.5 cm.

Sold for £28

Lot 4

A late 19th century French dolls tea set, boxed, and with related provenance paperwork. Box width 23 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 5

A Bretby jardiniere, decorated with birds and dog roses to brown ground, impressed marks. Diameter 26 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 6

A Royal Doulton "I Be All The Way From Zummerset" bowl, diameter 17 cm, and a Carter Stabler Adams Poole vase, height 10 cm.

Sold for £28

Lot 7

Four antique cut glass decanters and stoppers, and ten Edwardian green tinted wine glasses.

Not Sold

Lot 8

A Worcester style moon flask, decorated with birds and converted to a lamp. Height of flask 30 cm, diameter +/- 25 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 9

A pair of Edwardian brown and cream swirl patterned inkwells. Diameter 11.5 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 10

A Continental shaped fruit bowl, Capodimonte urn, Shorter Toby jug and Doulton "The Major" plate. Toby jug height 19 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 11

Royal Doulton British Airways Concorde condiments.

Sold for £18

Lot 12

A Whitefriars cracked ice decanter with stopper, and a Georgian decanter. Tallest 35 cm.

Sold for £25

Lot 13

A pair of Imari lidded vases, and a Corona Ware vase. Tallest 22 cm.

Sold for £55

Lot 14

A pair of Sitzendorf figures, musician and girl with flowers, and another. Tallest 18 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 15

A 19th century blue and white cup and saucer, Pratt's Native Scenery vase, Wedgwood teapot stand, Copeland Spode's Italian small plate, Willow patterned dish and small ginger jar.

Sold for £10

Lot 16

A Crown Staffordshire Water Lily pattern six place coffee service, with printed and enamel decoration, Pattern No. F13941.

Sold for £38

Lot 17

A Canton enamel pen box and cover, circa 1880, the lid decorated with figures playing Go, the interior with two compartments, each side with vignettes of birds against ground of compact bats. Width 19 cm, height 6.5 cm, depth 9.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £120

Lot 18

A Canton enamelled oval dish, circa 1860, finely enamelled with Li Bai figures and assorted treasures against a border of Ruyi sceptres, double Shou and vignettes of birds and butterflies. Diameter 43 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £500

Lot 19

A Blanc de Chine figure of Guanyin, 19th century, in seated pose with attendant. Height 22.8 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 20

A pair of Meissen porcelain bowls, late 19th century, with high relief moulded convolvulus decoration heightened with gilding, crossed swords marks. Diameter 28 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 21

A pair of Chinese blue and white spittoons, late 19th century, painted with chrysanthemums, peony and rockwork, (both with restoration). Diameter 12.8 cm, height 10 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 22

A pair of Faience de Desvres fleur-de-lys vases, early 20th century, factory monogram to underside and No. 471/g. Height 25.2 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 23

A Chinese blue and white prunus pattern jar and cover, late Qing, upon a carved hardwood stand. Overall height 31 cm.

Sold for £120

Lot 24

A pair of Chinese incense stick holders, 19th century, modelled as recumbent shi-shi, the eyes and fur picked out in black and with gilt ears and teeth. 8 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £85

Lot 25

A pair of Berlin porcelain pot pourri vases and covers, late 19th/early 20th century, painted with birds on low branches, flanked by relief moulded leaf and bearded mask handles, with pierced shoulders, the covers surmounted with putto holding a bird, blue scepter marks, (some losses and repairs). 34 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 26

A handpainted floral study dessert service, mid 19th century, comprising 12 plates and 5 shaped dishes, each with a pierced and floral decorated border heightened with gilding against a light buff ground, Pattern No. 2/5543. Plate diameter 23 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £90

Lot 27

A part dessert service, late 19th century, printed and handpainted floral spray and garland decoration with red and gilt border, Pattern No. 9398, comprising 10 dessert plates and 2 pedestal dishes, diameter 22.5 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 28

A Capodimonte "Swan Service" oval dish, mid 20th century, after the Meissen original, gilt mark to underside and impressed "936". Diameter 34 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 29

A pair of Chinese blue and white rectangular dishes, early 19th century, the centre painted with a viewing stone within a trellis fence with willow and lotus surrounded by a border of panels of lotus flower against a cell ground. Diameter 37 cm.

Sold for £320

Lot 30

A pair of Chinese export blue and white tureens and covers, early 19th century, with rabbit mask handles and pagoda landscapes (both with restorations). Diameter 28 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 31

A Chinese blue and white meat dish, 19th century, with pagoda landscape, diameter 36 cm, and six late 18th century Chinese blue and white export octagonal plates all with pagoda and pleasure boat decoration (2 soft paste), diameter 23.5 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 32

A John Bevington porcelain candlestick, modelled as a female against a leafy trunk, the base applied with flowers above a Rococo scroll and with crossed swords mark and initials to the underside. Height 29 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 33

A Royal Worcester figure of Arkle, modelled by Doris Lindner, Limited Edition 180/500, on wooden plinth and with framed certificate. Overall height 27 cm.

Sold for £450

Lot 34

A Caughley blue and white cabbage leaf mask jug, late 18th century, with blue and white fishermen and cormorant decoration. Height 21 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 35

A pair of Ashworth Ironstone oval dishes, three rose decorated saucers and a Minton cup.

Sold for £30

Lot 36

A pair of Staffordshire figures of tennis players, converted to lamps and with tartan shades. Height of each figure 27 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 37

A Victorian Dresden opaque china blue and white relief moulded transfer printed jug and two small milk jugs. Tallest 26 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 38

Three 19th century blue and white side dishes, and two Japanese blue and white dishes. Each length +/- 20 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 39

A 19th century cut glass water jug. Height 17.5 cm.

Sold for £28

Lot 40

A French Faience lidded vase, and a wall pocket. Vase height 20 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 41

No lot.

Not Sold

Lot 42

No lot.

Not Sold

Lot 43

Three late 18th/early 19th century cups and saucers, with moulded bodies, probably Worcester.

Not Sold

Lot 44

A pair of late 18th century blue and white tea bowls, large form, decorated with butterflies and floral sprays. Diameter 9 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 45

A late 18th century Worcester blue and white jug, cabbage leaf moulded and with floral pattern. Height 20 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £150

Lot 46

A pair of 19th century hob cut glass jug decanters. Height 28 cm.

Sold for £170

Lot 47

An 18th century English Delft jar, in the Chinoiserie style, and a smaller Delft jar. Tallest 26 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 48

Six Paragon fine bone china cups and saucers, rose patterned and heightened with gilding.

Sold for £120

Lot 49

A Victorian blue and white transfer printed dinner service, Nankeen semi-china, approximately 62 pieces.

Sold for £260

Lot 50

A Copeland Spode basket, Art Deco Paragon cup and saucer, Venetian glass candlestick, three pieces of commemorative ware, pewter lidded milk jug, Victorian glass decanter and Japanese pierced octagonal bowl.

Sold for £190

Lot 51

Six antique glasses, including two with air twist stems. Tallest height 20 cm.

Sold for £28

Lot 52

Four Chinese stacking food dishes, height 21 cm, a Chinese table fo dog lamp and another Oriental vase converted to a table lamp. Tallest 46 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 53

A large Chinese punch bowl, and another smaller. both AF. Largest diameter 39 cm.

Sold for £170

Lot 54

A Chinese porcelain cylindrical lidded box, and three tea bowls, largest diameter 11 cm.

Sold for £28

Lot 55

Four Meissen chocolate cups and covers, decorated with floral sprays, crossed swords mark to base. Each height 9.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £380

Lot 56

A part dinner service, 19th century, comprising two lidded tureens with stands, comport, two pairs of shaped plates and four dishes (see illustration).

Not Sold

Lot 57

A Vera Walther (German) art glass bowl and candlestick. Bowl diameter +/- 28 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 58

A pair of Lalique Jamaique pattern cendriers, etched "Lalique, France". Diameter 14 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 59

A Chinese Famille Rose bowl and cover, late 19th century, the enamel with lotus flowers amongst scrolling fronds against a dark blue ground beneath key border, with apple green interior centred by a floral spray, each piece with pseudo six character Quianlong mark, 9.5 cm diameter, and a Chinese teapot, circa 1760, of bullet form, with monochrome floral spray decoration and parcel gilt spout, height 13.8 cm.

Sold for £80

Lot 60

A Japanese Imari dish, 19th century, the centre in underglazed blue with pine, prunus and bamboo and border of dragons amongst clouds interspersed by phoenix, the exterior rim decorated with tassels and with four character Fuki Chosun (wealth, nobility, happiness and long life), width 34.5 cm, and a Japanese Imari petal shaped dish, late 19th century, 31.5 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 61

A pair of globe and shaft decanters, 19th century, each with faceted knob and body with star cut base. Height 27 cm.

Sold for £40

Lot 62

Eight drinking glasses, 18th century and later, to include wine, cordial, and half ale glasses. Tallest 17 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 63

Six glass rummers, and two matching Bohemian wine glasses decorated with stags, 18th century and later. Tallest 17 cm.

Sold for £28

Lot 64

Ten cut glass decanters, 18th century and later, (some with faults and losses). Tallest 28.5 cm.

Sold for £42

Lot 65

Eric Ravilious for Wedgwood, a large mug commemorating The Coronation of HRH Elizabeth II 1953. 10.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 66

Eric Ravilious for Wedgwood, a large mug commemorating The Coronation of HRH Elizabeth II 1953. 10.5 cm.

Sold for £300

Lot 67

Two large Wedgwood commemorative mugs, William Shakespeare Playwright and Poet, designed by Victor Skellern, and Limited Edition Battle of Hastings/The Bayeux Tapestry. Height 11.8 cm.

Sold for £15

Lot 68

An English earthenware serving dish, 19th century, with white slip glaze decoration, with central division. Diameter 34.5 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 69

A slab ware money box, 19th century, modelled as a two storey house. Height 13.5 cm, width 10.5 cm.

Sold for £25

Lot 70

An oversized glass goblet, 19th century, finely engraved with a three masted ship flying the Royal Navy Ensign, on a spreading circular foot (some faults). Height 21.3 cm, diameter 15.3 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £30

Lot 71

William Plumptre, a large Art Pottery bowl, with green, black and blue glaze. Diameter 49 cm (see illustration).

Not Sold

Lot 72

A Moorcroft pomegranate and berry vase, circa 1947-1953, fruits against a shaded green/blue ground on a tapering body, inscribed and impressed marks to the underside. 18 cm high (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 73

An Art Deco style large decorative glass scent bottle, with amber panels. Width 20 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 74

A pair of Vienna style porcelain cabinet plates, with scenes after Angelica Kauffmann, beehive mark verso. Diameter 24.5 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 75

A Champleve enamel circular waiter, with centre porcelain panel, probably Sevres and signed "E. Collot". Plaque diameter 14 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 76

A pair of Dresden poodles, each seated on a cushion, blue script mark beneath and stamped, height 13 cm, a Royal Doulton figure, "The Old Balloon Seller" HN1315 and a French porcelain lamp base.

Sold for £85

Lot 77

A Deruta tin glazed basket, early 20th century, with pierced decoration, serpent form handles, the interior painted with a child astride a dolphin, the exterior with mythical beasts flanking medallions. Diameter 26.5 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 78

A documentary Whieldon type glazed teapot, early 19th century, with crabstock handled spout and relief moulded decoration all beneath a caramel and treacle glaze, incised to underside "Mrs Sarah Young" and also "Mrs". Height 11.5 cm, width 16 cm.

Sold for £140

Lot 79

A pair of Japanese Imari dishes, Meiji-Taisho period, centred with a phoenix flanked by dragons and birds, with three blue and white scrolls. Diameter 31 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 80

Six Chinese Famille Verte plates, 20th century, decorated with dragons and Feng amongst clouds and with two flaming pearls, six character Jiajing marks in red enamel. 21 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 81

A Japanese Imari charger, late Meiji period, finely enamelled with a peacock beneath a pine tree and with pomegranates and chrysanthemums between geometric borders and vignettes of dragons, the underside with blue and white fans and leaves, painted Sha mark. Diameter 37.5 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 82

A pair of Chinese Peking style glass vases, 20th century, decorated in relief with blossoming prunus and peony, on wood stands. Overall height 18 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 83

Two Dehua Blanc de Chine figures of He Xiangu and Lan Caihe, 18th century, one holding a ruyi the other a basket, each on oval base with relief moulded waves and wood stand. Overall height 26 cm and 24.5 cm.

Sold for £260

Lot 84

Two Royal Worcester topographical plates, Bothwell Castle and Wells Cathedral, the latter signed "Roberts", both date code 1955. Diameter 27 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 85

A pair of royal Worcester vases, still lives of peaches or apples with grapes and cherries, signed "Roberts", Shape No. 2491, date code 1960. Height 7 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 86

A pair of Aynsley twin handled vases and covers, each decorated with still lives of fruit, printed signature "D. Jones", printed and inscribed marks to underside. 22 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 87

Pair of Crown Staffordshire Imari palette vases, circa 1910, height 15 cm, and twin handled Balmoral China vase with topographical landscape scene against Imari palette ground, printed marks, 14 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 88

Four French porcelain trinket boxes, early to mid 20th century, each decorated with floral sprays. Widest 9 cm.

Sold for £75

Lot 89

A French porcelain vase, circa 1880, decorated with a parrot alighting a leafy branch and lake and mountainous landscape all beneath a pierced neck with gilt bands. Height 35 cm.

Sold for £38

Lot 90

A Staffordshire pottery cockerel, mid 19th century, the wattle and crest in red, the feathers and grass heightened with gilding. Height 30.5 cm, width 24 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 91

A Continental porcelain oil lamp base, circa 1880, modelled as a long eared owl gripping a twig on rockwork base and with inset glass eyes, possibly by Ernst Bohne & Sohne. Height 34.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £240

Lot 92

An English porcelain botanic spray dessert service, circa 1850, comprising eleven plates and two oval shaped dishes with moulded ribbon handles, each with polychrome botanic spray decoration against a buff ground border heightened with gilding, Pattern No. 5/704 (see illustration).

Sold for £85

Lot 93

A Prattware tea service, comprising seven plates decorated with various scenes, nine cups, two large cups, tankard, sugar basin, four saucers and one saucer (see illustration).

Sold for £60

Lot 94

An extensive Davenport Ironstone dinner service, early 19th century, Imari colours, decorated with a jardiniere surrounded by peonies and chrysanthemums against a ground of leaves, having a moulded border, comprising large lidded tureen, two lidded sauce tureens and stands, vegetable tureen and cover, open bowl, 9 meat plates, 17 dinner plates, 12 soup bowls and 7 dessert plates (see illustration).

Sold for £240

Lot 95

A Japanese Imari dish, circa 1880, of square form with shaped sides and decorated with vase of peonies and blossoming plum branches, with phoenix, dragon and cranes bordered by panels of phoenix and flowering landscapes. 45.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £320

Lot 96

A pair of Japanese Imari dishes, circa 1900, with central flowering branch against alternate panels of golden pheasants on flowering branches and leafy vignettes, and one other similar (3). Diameter 30.5 cm.

Sold for £95

Lot 97

A Japanese Imari scallop shaped charger, mid 19th century, decorated to the centre with a basket of peonies and bamboo against panels decorated in relief enamel with blossoming prunus and leaf form vignettes, sections of polychrome crosshatching and crane amongst key motifs, diameter 41 cm, and another of similar form decoration but with panels of scales, karakusa scrolls and plum blossom, diameter 34 cm (2).

Sold for £120

Lot 98

Two Japanese Imari dished chargers, late 19th century, centered with either a gilt crane in watery landscape or blossoming flowers with panels of phoenix, bamboo, blossom and phoenix and dragon. Diameters 37 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 99

Japanese Imari scallop shaped dish, 19th century, decorated with underglazed blue to centre with pine, bamboo and plum blossom against fan shaped panels of birds amongst blossoming branches, and another centered with a figure in a boat facing a spuming wave with red Chidori against panels of wheat sheaves and blossoming trees. 35 cm and 37 cm diameter respectively.

Sold for £50

Lot 100

Four Japanese Imari scallop shaped dishes, circa 1900, one with interesting cloud panels of stylised bats, the others with blossoming flowers, one with red Fuku. 32 cm-34 cm diameters.

Sold for £110

Lot 101

A Sancai style pottery model pig, 20th century, unglazed with cold painted decoration. Length 44 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 102

A pair of Japanese Kutani vases, circa 1900, having an underglazed blue neck with phoenix and lotus flower above panels of golden pheasant above tree peony, fan shaped panels of phoenix and a flaming pearl all against a ground of butterflies and chrysanthemums within clouds, height 62 cm, and a Japanese vase signed in six character marks "Hichozan Shinpo-Sei", circa 1900, having a flared rim above a waisted neck, decorated with an entwining dragon amongst clouds of diaper, scales and cash against a ground of peonies and karakusa, Height 72 cm.

Sold for £220

Lot 103

A Satsuma figure of Avalokitesvara, Taisho, seated on a Shi-Shi lion in Moriagi style enamel, four character mark to underside. 2.5 cm high.

Sold for £45

Lot 104

A pair of Chinese Wucai vases and covers, 19th century, finely enamelled with peonies, chrysanthemums and lingbi rocks between key fret borders. Height 16 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 105

WITHDRAWN - A pair of Helena Wolfsohn club shaped vases, each with Augustus Rex initials, decorated with panels figures and foliage heightened with gilding and raised on Oriental wooden bases. Height excluding base 30 cm (see illustration).

Not Sold

Lot 106

A ruby glass double ended scent bottle, 19th century, the faceted body with either screw or hinged opposing ends. 12.8 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 107

A pair of Meissen figures, 19th century, modelled as a flower merchant and his female companion, he with a hod of flowers on his back, his companion with a basket of flowers, each upon a naturalistic base with Rococo scrolls heightened in gilding, blue crossed swords mark to the underside and incised and inscribed numbers (some losses). 13 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £200

Lot 108

A pair of French porcelain figures, late 19th century, modelled as a young man sheltering a bird within its nest beneath his jacket and a young female holding a basket of flowers, each in front of a floral encrusted tree stump on a naturalistic ground with pierced and scroll moulded base, crossed swords marks and incised numbers to the underside. 27.5 cm and 28.5 cm respectively (see illustration).

Sold for £20

Lot 109

A pair of Crown Dresden vases covers and stands, late 19th century, with floral finial and panels of Watteau style courting figures between panels of floral sprays against duck egg blue ground, framed by gilt scrolls, printed marks to each. Height 47 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £480

Lot 110

A Herend Queen Victoria pattern six place demitasse tea set, 20th century, comprising six cups and saucers, printed marks and inscribed "1728".

Sold for £180

Lot 111

Continental Porcelain - A pair of salts, early 20th century, with relief moulded panels of floral sprays, a putto seated next to a broken egg and a standing putto. Tallest 8.5 cm.

Sold for £30

Lot 112

A pair of Continental porcelain Art Deco bookends, early 20th century, modelled as Pierrot and Pierrette, slip moulded and numbered "9360". 16 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 113

A part tea service, early 20th century, principally 12 place settings (3 cups missing), printed floral decoration and marked for "Carl Tielsch".

Sold for £80

Lot 114

Two pairs of Continental porcelain figures, late 19th century/20th century, modelled as a flower merchant and companion and gentleman and companion. Tallest 12.5 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 115

A Continental porcelain figure, and a pair of Continental porcelain figures, 20th century, each modelled seated and holding flowers. Tallest 19 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 116

Four Royal Doulton figures, comprising "Linda" HN2106, "Wendy" HN2109, "Ivy" HN 1768 and "Mary Had a Little Lamb" HN2048. Tallest 13 cm.

Sold for £28

Lot 117

Two Continental porcelain figures, early 20th century, modelled as an amorous couple on settee, and lady seated in a floral encrusted sedan chair companion awaiting outside. Height 19 cm.

Sold for £20

Lot 118

A lacquered trefoil decanter stand, 19th century, with brass mounts and supports housing three spirit decanters with silver whisky labels. Overall height 26 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 119

An extensive Royal Worcester dinner service, date code 1895-96, decorated with floral sprays and with gilt rims, printed marks to the underside and Pattern No. W4160, comprising large tureen and cover, 2 vegetable tureens and covers, 2 sauce tureens and covers, 3 meat plates, 11 dinner plates, 11 dessert plates, 11 side plates, 10 soup plates, 10 hors d'oeuvres dishes (see illustration).

Sold for £80

Lot 120

A George III wine glass, circa 1770-80, having a funnel shaped bowl on a ring and inverted baluster knopped stem upon folded foot. Height 17.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £1050

Lot 121

A George III cordial glass, circa 1765, with bucket shaped bowl upon a double series opaque air twist stem on domed foot. Height 14 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £95

Lot 122

A George III cordial glass, circa 1780, with bucket shaped bowl upon a double series opaque air twist stem and with slightly raised foot. Height 16.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £120

Lot 123

A Georgian cordial glass, circa 1770, having a funnel shaped bowl on a double series opaque air twist stem with circular foot. Height 15 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £150

Lot 124

A George III wine glass, circa 1780, having a trumpet shaped bowl drawn to a clear air twist stem upon a domed foot. Height 16.7 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £120

Lot 125

A Georgian style wine glass, 19th century, having a wheel engraved bowl decorated with vines above a double series opaque air twist stem. Height 18.8 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £55

Lot 126

A large glass goblet, early 19th century, with a slightly flared rim with part cut bowl upon a faceted stem with internal bubble upon a wide facet cut foot, height 23.5 cm, and a 19th century facet cut glass candlestick on domed foot, 19.5 cm.

Sold for £100

Lot 127

A pair of Mary Gregory style cranberry glass vases, late 19th century, with white opaque enamel decoration, young boy in wooded landscape. Height 23 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 128

A pair of Royal Crown Derby twin handled vases, date code 1902, with panels of floral arches with pink and gilt borders, supported on a circular foot, printed marks and inscribed "1359/6990". Height 16 cm.

Sold for £60

Lot 129

A Moorcroft Violets pattern powder bowl and cover, date code 1994, designed by Sally Tuffin, impressed marks and initialled "JBM" and "CB". Diameter 12 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £100

Lot 130

A Royal Copenhagen model of a recumbent calf, 20th century, designed by Knud Kyhm, head raised and mouth open, printed marks and inscribed "Model No. 1072". Length 16 cm.

Sold for £65

Lot 131

Three Royal Copenhagen vases, decorated with orchids against a dark blue ground, printed marks. Tallest 18 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 132

A Limited Edition Moorcroft Odyssey pattern vase, 183/500, impressed date code 2001, signed Beverly Wilks. Height 20.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £110

Lot 133

A Moorcroft "Trial Piece" Hodnet Hall ginger jar and cover, date code 2017, design by Rachel Bishop, impressed marks and inscribed in green "Trial". Height 15.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £75

Lot 134

A Japanese Fukagawa vase, 20th century, decorated with Autumn leaves heightened with gilding and with green and red berries, inscribed mark. Height 22 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £60

Lot 135

A Karl Ens model golden oriole, early 20th century, modelled on a leafy stump, printed mark. Height 19.3 cm.

Sold for £110

Lot 136

A pair of Moorcroft Fruit Garden pattern miniature vases, date code 2000, designed by Nicola Slaney, inscribed and impressed marks. Height 8.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £170

Lot 137

Two pairs of Royal Copenhagen cockerels, 20th century, designed by Christian Thomsen, Model Nos. 1024 and 1025, 1126 and 1127. Tallest 18.7 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 138

A pair of mallet shaped decanters, early 19th century, with three ring necks, faceted shoulders, fluted bases and with target shaped stoppers, with ground pontil. Height 27.5 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £85

Lot 139

A pair of cut glass and silver mounted pear shaped scent bottles, with ribbed and fine cut panels interspersed by clear flutes, raised on petal shaped facet foot, silver Chester 1915. Height 26 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 140

A pair of large amethyst glass press moulded goblets, late 19th century, with moulded leaf decoration. Height 23.5 cm.

Sold for £85

Lot 141

A George Jones Majolica sardine dish and cover, circa 1880, impressed factory marks to base. Width 15 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £180

Lot 142

A pair of Ralph Wood type Staffordshire figures, an elderly man and woman with crutches or walking sticks, "Old Age", on mossy ground bases raised on square plinths. Height 22 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 143

A pair of Copeland Parian busts, circa 1860, "Awake" and "Asleep", designed by J.S. Westmacott, "Asleep" with the remnants of gilt inscribed verse, verse on "Awake" fully erased, impressed marks. Heights 22 cm and 23 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 144

A First Period Belleek porcelain shamrock basket, circa 1863-1889, with applied floral decoration to the rope twist rim and with three strand base. Diameter 11 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 145

A Belleek porcelain shamrock basket, circa 1930, with applied rose and shamrock decoration to the rope twist border, four strand weave and applied and impressed marks. Diameter 14 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 146

A Continental porcelain vase, late 19th century, with panels of either courting couples or blossoming flowers between gilt scrolling shoulder and bands, (base pierced for electricity). Height 35 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 147

A Meissen porcelain dish, late 19th century, outside decorated with birds on a leafy branch surrounded by insects, with gilt border, blue crossed swords mark with two cancellation strikes. 23.5 cm.

Sold for £48

Lot 148

A Staffordshire red ware teapot and cover of Elers type, circa 1760/80, with cylindrical body, turned with undulating bands and foliate scroll capped moulded handle, impressed pseudo Chinese seal mark to base. Height 10 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 149

A Wedgwood cane ware solitaire teapot, early 19th century, with basket weave moulded decoration, impressed marks. Height 7 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 150

A miniature garniture of French porcelain vases, early 20th century, decorated in the Meissen style with handpainted floral sprays and insects, on French silver mounts. Height 7 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 151

A Victorian Royal Crown Derby vase and cover, date code 1896, with asymmetrical scrolling handles, foliate moulded shoulder, gilt floral sprays, printed marks, incised "914". Height 34 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 152

A Meissen porcelain neoclassical style pierced basket, 19th century, with lion mask and anthemion moulded decoration supported on gilt lion paw legs on triform base and with gilded lion paw feet, crossed swords mark and incised "R56". Diameter 20.7 cm, height 24.5 cm.

Sold for £200

Lot 153

A Royal Worcester porcelain crinoline lady, date code 1915, green printed marks, shape No. 2621. Height 11.5 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 154

Two Ralph Wood style pearlware pottery figures, late 18th century, the gentleman with crutch and walking stick "Old Age", the lady with basket and walking stick "Age". Heights 19.3 cm and 19.6 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 155

Three Italian tin glazed octagonal plates, 19th century, each depicting buildings and foliage. Diameter 16-17 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 156

A tin glazed vase, late 19th century, with puce landscape decorated with buildings, leaping rabbits and bulls between bands of green, blue and yellow. Height 14.5 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 157

A Jasperware stilton dish and cover, late 19th century, the cover decorated with Classical figures beneath a band of oak leaves and acorns and with acorn finial, the base with similar decorative band. Height 19 cm.

Sold for £130

Lot 158

A Wedgwood dark blue Jasperware three piece tea set, with silver mounts, each with Classical figure sprigged decoration, the silver mounts Birmingham 1923, impressed marks.

Sold for £75

Lot 159

A pair of Bo'ness pottery parrots, late 19th century, modelled with beaks agape and seated on gnarled stumps, each with applied glass eyes. Height 33 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 160

A set of nine armorial plates, late 20th century, in the Chinese Celadon style, with relief moulded flower and scroll decoration and pseudo armorials, with chocolate brown rims. Diameter 24 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 161

A German porcelain ink pot and pounce pot, late 19th century, in the Meissen style with gilt vignettes of courting couples and children within landscape surroundings against a floral spray ground beneath a blue ground and gilt border, pseudo crossed swords marks to base. Height 8 cm, diameter 10-10.5 cm.

Sold for £90

Lot 162

A pair of English porcelain recumbent whippets, attributed to Alcocks,19th century, lying on a raised Rococo scroll and moulded pillow. Width 9 cm, height 4 cm.

Sold for £70

Lot 163

Wedgwood Jasperware, early 20th century, comprising two jugs, sugar caster and three piece cruet set with plated mounts, all with impressed marks.

Not Sold

Lot 164

A Bohemian amber flash vase, dated 1868, wheel engraved with panels of dogs, horses and deer above scrolling vines. Height 20.5 cm.

Sold for £38

Lot 165

A Sampson of Paris twin handled vase, late 19th century, decorated with floral sprays framed by Bianco Sopra Bianco. Height 25 cm.

Sold for £50

Lot 166

A French porcelain pillbox, late 19th century, decorated with floral sprays. Width 5 cm.

Not Sold

Lot 167

After Vigee Lebrun, a pair of Continental porcelain portrait plaques, late 19th century, one a self-portrait the other of a period beauty, each in modern frame. 8.5 cm x 6.7 cm (see illustration).

Sold for £130

Lot 168

A Waltham silver cased pocket watch, open faced, with subsidiary seconds dial, key wind, and with silver Albert chain. Case diameter 52 mm.

Sold for £65

Lot 169

A Second World War period military cushion case wristwatch, by Herbert Wolf Ltd., and a circular wristwatch with mother of pearl surround and back, case diameter 28 mm.

Not Sold

Lot 170

A gold plated gentleman's pocket watch, with screw off back, Swiss 15 jewel movement, knob wind., with Albert chain, diameter 50 mm, and another open faced pocket watch.

Sold for £28

Lot 171

A silver and marcasite jockey cap and whip bar brooch, and two gold plated hunting bar brooches.

Sold for £40

Lot 172

A gold coloured metal horseshoe stick pin, cased. Length 82 mm.

Not Sold

Lot 173

A 19th century silver cased pocket watch, open faced, with enamel dial marked "G. Mathey, Geneve" and with Albert chain. Case diameter 48 mm.

Not Sold

Lot 174

A vintage Omega Deville wristwatch, and another with quartz movement.

Not Sold

Lot 175

A collection of watches, including two vintage Russian Paratroopers watches.

Sold for £75

Lot 176

A Waltham silver cased Hunter pocket watch. Diameter 56 mm.

Sold for £35

Lot 177

An Art Nouveau seed pearl and green stone pendant, stamped "9 ct" and with chain stamped "15 ct" (see illustration).

Sold for £140

Lot 178

Two 9 ct gold mounted cameo brooches. Largest 44 mm x 36 mm.

Sold for £65

Lot 179

Eight silver thimbles and three others.

Sold for £40

Lot 180

A Continental foliate engraved silver cased fob watch, key wind, with rolled gold Albert chain. Case diameter 40 mm.

Sold for £25

Lot 181

A vintage gentleman's Omega Seamaster Deville automatic stainless steel wristwatch, with original bracelet. Case diameter 35 mm (see illustration).

Sold for £280

Lot 182

A vintage gentleman's Omega Seamaster wristwatch, leather strap. Case diameter 34 mm (see illustration).

Sold for £160

Lot 183

A West End Watch Co. silver cased fob watch, with enamelled dial and subsidiary seconds hand, with leather strap. Case diameter 43 mm.

Sold for £42

Lot 184

A 9 ct gold rifle brooch, The Royal Scots, and a Royal Scots button photograph frame. Diameter 27 mm.

Not Sold

Lot 185

A silver cased pocket watch by Graves of Sheffield, key wind, with heavy silver Albert chain, T-bar, key and fob. Diameter 53 mm.

Sold for £110

Lot 186

A ladies Rolex 9 ct gold wristwatch, 1920's, with 9 ct gold Britannic Patent strap, the movement marked "Timed 6 Positions for All Climates". Case 21 mm x 22 mm excluding crown (see illustration).

Sold for £160

Lot 187

An Omega gunmetal cased pocket watch, signed "Racine" to dial, and another.

Sold for £100

Lot 188

A silver cased foliate engraved fob watch, with ceramic dial and Albert chain. Diameter 38 mm.

Sold for £48

Lot 189

A ladies Longines wristwatch, with original bracelet and presentation box (see illustration).

Sold for £220

Lot 190

Two first World War silver wristwatches, each with leather strap. Each diameter 33 mm.

Sold for £45

Lot 191

A 9 ct gold rod and reel bar brooch, hallmarked and with silver enamelled leaping salmon, in Asprey, Bond Street, case. Brooch length 58 mm (see illustration).

Sold for £240

Lot 192

A gentleman's Everite wristwatch, in stainless steel case and with subsidiary seconds dial, gentleman's Avia automatic wristwatch and Avia Olympic wristwatch.

Sold for £40

Lot 193

A Military Omega pocket watch, 20th century, within a nickel plated body, the dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial and with illuminated markers and hands, stamped verso "GSTD F052819 Bvwynn Werninck 76SQDN RASC" and housed within a mahogany locking travel case.

Sold for £95

Lot 194

A Goliath open face pocket watch, late 19th/early 20th century, in nickel plated case, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, with plated watch Albert.

Sold for £65

Lot 195

A Hebdomas eight day pocket watch, London import marks 1917, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial.

Not Sold

Lot 196

A gentleman's Eterna Art Deco wristwatch, in stainless steel case, the dial with Arabic numerals and subsidiary seconds dial, and a gentleman's Art Deco wristwatch by Record Watch Co., Geneve.

Sold for £60

Lot 197

A Goliath moon phase calendar pocket watch, late 19th/early 20th century, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary month, day, date and moon phase dials, all within a nickel plated case.

Sold for £100

Lot 198

A ladies Longines mechanical wristwatch, the circular dial with baton marks on a rhodium plated brick form strap.

Sold for £22

Lot 199

A 14 ct gold opal set bracelet, with safety chain, each opal +/- 18 mm x 12 mm, stamped "14 k" (see illustration).

Sold for £420

Lot 200

A 15 ct gold opal ring, size M. Opal +/- 20 mm x 10 mm (see illustration).

Not Sold