Auction Results

You can see fully-illustrated results for our Fine Art & Specialist auctions on our 'Auction Archives & Results' page. Our Town & County Sales are not fully archived, but a text listing of results for recent auctions can be found below. 


Sale dates: Tuesday, 4th September 2018 - Wednesday, 5th September 2018 - MH212 Two Day Fine Art Sale

Lot 1: Two Chinese Famille Rose oval shape vases with tall necks, having baskets of flowers and figures... Sold for £480

Lot 2: Blue and white silver metal mounted rose water sprinkler, the body with lotus flower and leaf... Sold for £620

Lot 3: Pair of Chinese Famille Rose figures of cockerels, with their heads turned towards opposing... Sold for £780

Lot 5: Chinese inverted baluster vase and cover, blue ground with prunus blossom beneath key fret neck... Sold for £100

Lot 6: Pair of yellow enamel ground oval shape vases and covers, with figures amidst pine trees within... Sold for £110

Lot 7: Group of Chinese ceramics, comprising: set of three tea bowls and saucers; Canton enamel bowl; two ... Sold for £150

Lot 8: Chinese blue glaze Famille Rose jar and cover, of oval shape with ducks in flight and swimming... Sold for £350

Lot 9: Japanese Arita figure of Kwannon, late 19th Century, standing upright holding a scroll in her... Sold for £140

Lot 10: Chinese trefoil shaped bowl, turquoise enamel interior, exterior with figures within interior... Sold for £190

Lot 11: Chinese blue and white bottle vase, with lotus flowers amongst leafy scrolls and tendrils, height... Sold for £220

Lot 12: Two Chinese white ware Buddhist lions, one with head turned to its left resting its left fore paw... Sold for £110

Lot 13: Chinese Longquan Celadon style carved vase, of pear shape with flowerheads linked by scrolling... Sold for £90

Lot 22: Chinese gilt cafe-au-lait glaze inverted baluster shape slender vase, with gilt discs arranged in... Sold for £160

Lot 23: Chinese turquoise ground footed bowl, with cranes or storks in flight, diameter 22.5cm; two small... Sold for £80

Lot 26: Large Chinese 'Islamic' market blue and white shallow bowl, the centre with script within diamond... Sold for £550

Lot 27: Chinese underglaze red shouldered vase, of oval shape with crane alternating with cloud or flame... Sold for £80

Lot 28: Chinese blue, white and red enamel double gourd shape vase, with figures within rocky landscapes... Sold for £350

Lot 29: Large Chinese blue and white bottle vase and stopper, body with boys playing within terraced... Sold for £190

Lot 30: Large Chinese blue and white square section vase, of inverted baluster form, decorated allover... Sold for £90

Lot 31: Chinese Ming style blue and white Meiping, with anhua incised dragon encircling the body amidst... Sold for £90

Lot 32: Chinese Wucai style dragon and phoenix octagonal jar, of pear shape with alternating figurative... Sold for £400

Lot 33: Chinese Ming style blue and white dish, the centre with ten petalled rosette medallion enclosed by ... Sold for £50

Lot 34: Chinese 'polychrome' style oval shape jar, with phoenix and other birds standing and perched... Sold for £50

Lot 35: Large Chinese Ming style baluster bottle vase, the lower portion encircled by dragon chasing... Sold for £110

Lot 37: Pair of Chinese white ground bowls, the exteriors with figures conversing whilst seated at table... Sold for £200

Lot 38: Chinese powder blue ground rouleau vase, with two large rectangular Famille Verte reserve panels... Sold for £300

Lot 39: Celadon jade figure of two boys, possibly alluding to a Daoist immortal, one holding a peach... Sold for £60

Lot 40: Chinese green hardstone bowl, diameter 12.8cm; butterfly brooch, with cloisonne and hardstone... Sold for £70

Lot 41: Two pairs of Chinese cloisonne vases, with dragons chasing flaming pearls and birds in flight... Sold for £150

Lot 42: Chinese bronze archaic style ritualistic vessel and cover, of baluster form with pairs and single... Sold for £90

Lot 43: A set of eight Chinese ink stones, each moulded with figures within or beside buildings within... Sold for £60

Lot 44: Chinese bamboo bitong, carved with figures outside and within buildings beneath willow trees, two... Sold for £60

Lot 46: Large Chinese hardstone figure of Guanyin, her head turned slightly to her left, wearing flowing... Sold for £320

Lot 47: A 19th Century Chinese Toleware bowl, hand-painted in gilt with a large panel of figures in a... Sold for £130

Lot 48: Manner of Qiu Ying (Chinese Ming Dynasty) Landscape with a musician and other figures by a river... Sold for £380

Lot 49: Hardstone Buddha head, with tightly curled hair pulled up in a chignon having drilled detailing,... Sold for £180

Lot 50: Pair of 'Satsuma' hexagonal vases, of pear shape with figures in procession within mountain... Sold for £160

Lot 53: Cast iron fronted hanging cupboard, probably Persian, the door with double niche surmounted by... Sold for £90

Lot 58: Glass lace maker's lamp, inverted baluster and bobbin stem rising to globe form reservoir, handle... Sold for £280

Lot 59: Engraved plain stem wine glass, the stem with long tear extending to trumpet bowl with ''David... Sold for £190

Lot 60: Pair of blue overlay glass table lustres, decorated with cut geometric forms, each with eight... Sold for £70

Lot 63: Pair of clear glass bottle shape chemist's jars and stoppers, stoppers of teardrop shape, pontil... Sold for £130

Lot 65: Part suite of Waterford table glass, comprising: three and seven large wine glasses, two flat bowl ... Sold for £280

Lot 66: European giltmetal mounted colour glass basket lamp, with drop shape fruit and faceted bead loop... Sold for £170

Lot 67: Venetian 'Vetro a Retorti' glass urn, pear-shaped body with twin loop handles, on stem with... Sold for £100

Lot 69: Waterford Crystal Millennium Collection 2000, comprising: ten champagne flutes (two Happiness... Sold for £550

Lot 71: Two William Smith & Co. (Stockton) 'Wedgwood marked' dishes of 'North East' interest, diameter... Sold for £130

Lot 72: Two Pearlware lustre jugs of 'North East' interest, one inscribed ''Ann Burn'', height 10.8cm, the ... Sold for £60

Lot 74: Susie Cooper 'Grey Feather' pattern coffee service, comprising: coffee pot and cover, jug, sugar... Sold for £90

Lot 75: Royal Doulton Kingsware silver mounted tobacco jar and cover, the cover with seated fox terminal,... Sold for £50

Lot 79: Chelsea relief moulded oval dish, quartered with puce scrolls enclosing four panels with exotic... Sold for £190

Lot 80: Derby quatrefoil shaped dish, with oval panel attributed to Zachariah Boreman, in lilac monochrome ... Sold for £130

Lot 81: Chelsea Derby period square-shaped dish, with projecting corners enclosing central panel with... Sold for £70

Lot 82: Derby botanical dish, moulded fan form rim enclosing floral specimen, inscribed ''Browallia Elata... Sold for £90

Lot 83: Derby white ground sucrier, with two oval picturesque landscapes beneath gilt banding, twin... Sold for £40

Lot 84: Derby yellow ground sucrier, with two landscape reserve panels, inscribed ''Near Florence, Italy'' ... Sold for £30

Lot 86: English porcelain jug probably Derby, globular shape with flattened rim and spout, with gilt... Sold for £50

Lot 87: Six Derby white ground circular dishes painted in the style of Moses Webster, each richly painted... Sold for £420

Lot 88: Derby white ground shape oval lobed dish, steeply moulded sides with four flower sprays to the... Sold for £90

Lot 89: Derby white ground scallop shape diamond dish, steeply rising sides with four flower posies... Sold for £150

Lot 92: Derby scalloped diamond shape dish from the Barry Service, the centre with the arms of Barry... Sold for £520

Lot 94: Pair of Coalport deep blue ground shell shape dishes, each painted with flower bursts, one from... Sold for £90

Lot 96: Pair of Coalport deep blue ground square shape dishes, each with central reserve panels having... Sold for £90

Lot 97: Pair of Coalport deep blue ground oval shape dishes, one with a garden landscape with flowers... Sold for £90

Lot 99: Pair of Coalport deep blue ground 'landscape' circular dishes of 'Animal Service' type, the... Sold for £90

Lot 101: White ground oval shape comport probably Chamberlain, with moulded floral band to the inter sides... Sold for £170

Lot 102: Rare Swansea platter from the Lysaght Service, of rectangular form with canted corners and lobed... Sold for £2,800

Lot 104: English early 19th Century tea wares, comprising: blue ground teapot and cover with fern leaf... Sold for £190

Lot 105: Six 'Old Imari' pattern shaped dishes and comport, probably Coalport, comprising: pair of... Sold for £50

Lot 110: Two Staffordshire figure groups, comprising: 'The Tighe Pig'' and a shepherdess clutching a lamb,... Sold for £110

Lot 111: Four Majolica zoomorphic ewers, two are French St. Clement, Luneville Pottery, modelled as a... Sold for £620

Lot 112: Eighteen-piece Coalport dessert service, comprising: three pairs of comports and twelve dishes,... Sold for £420

Lot 113: Copeland 'Christmas' dish, decorated in relief with mistletoe enclosed by holly, diameter 40cm,... Sold for £40

Lot 114: Nineteen 19th Century carpet bowls, comprising: five with allover flowerheads; five with... Sold for £350

Lot 115: Large Copeland pear shape ovoid vase, painted by William Yale, in monochrome with highland... Sold for £200

Lot 116: Three Royal Worcester green ground dishes, signed ''R. Sebright'', with grapes and plums, apples... Sold for £280

Lot 117: Royal Crown Derby octagonal bowl, with 'Old Imari' pattern, diameter 24cm approximately, printed... Sold for £190

Lot 121: Pair of Grainger & Co. pot pourri vases, each of urn form with bodies, bases and plinths pierced... Sold for £190

Lot 122: Grainger & Co. two-handled pot pourri vase, of oval shape, the upper portion with pierced tracery... Sold for £80

Lot 123: Royal Worcester trumpet shape vase signed ''H. Stinton'', painted with two highland cattle within... Sold for £420

Lot 124: Coalport yellow ground composite dessert service, with scallop shell outline, reserve panels... Sold for £100

Lot 129: Pair of Berlin 'mother and children' figure groups, each carrying a child with a second at the... Sold for £80

Lot 130: Meissen figure group of Bacchus and Silenus, after F.E. Meyer, the drunken Silenus seated upon a... Sold for £280

Lot 132: Royal Dux 'Art Deco' figure of a bather, modelled as a nude female with her body turned to the... Sold for £500

Lot 134: European porcelain figure group, of gallant and his lady drinking wine whilst seated at table,... Sold for £60

Lot 135: Royal Dux figure of a lady seated upon a large conch shell, the figure loosely clad holding the... Sold for £130

Lot 136: Masonic Faience figure of a seated cat, yellow ground decorated with concentric hearts, diamonds... Sold for £160

Lot 138: Pair of Rosenthal models of courting doves, the male with breast raised and tail feathers... Sold for £180

Lot 139: John Speede (1552-1629) ''The Countie Westmorland and Kendale The Cheif Towne described'',... Sold for £70

Lot 140A: Joan Blaeu (Dutch 1596-1673) ''Insula Sacra vulgo Holy Island et Farne'', engraved map c.1648,... Sold for £70

Lot 140: John Speede (1552-1629) ''The North and East Ridins of Yorkshire'', engraved map with... Sold for £160

Lot 141: Joan Blaeu (Dutch 1596-1673) ''Westmoria Comitatus Anglice Westmorland'', engraved map with... Sold for £65

Lot 142: Joan Blaeu (Dutch 1596-1673) ''Comitatus Northumbria Vernacule, Northumberland'', engraved map... Sold for £140

Lot 143: Thomas Kitchin, J. Cary and others ''A Map of England and Wales for the Complete History of... Sold for £40

Lot 144: Robert Morden (1650-1703) ''Northumberland'', ''Westmorland'' and ''Cumberland'', engraved maps,... Sold for £80

Lot 145A: Robert Morden (1650-1703) ''Episcopatus Dunelmensis vulgo The Bishoprick of Durham'', engraved map ... Sold for £70

Lot 145: Gerard Valk and Pieter Schenk after Jan Jansson ''Cumbria and Westmoria vulgo Cumberland and... Sold for £170

Lot 146: Emanuel Bowen (1691-1767) ''An accurate map of the North Riding of Yorkshire divided into its... Sold for £30

Lot 147: Emanuel Bowen (1691-1767) ''A new map of the Counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland divided in... Sold for £55

Lot 148: John Speede (1552-1629) ''The West Ridinge of Yorkeshyre with the most famous and fayre Citie... Sold for £200

Lot 149: Jan Jansson (Dutch 1588-1664) ''Episcopatuf Dunelmensis vulgo Bishoprike of Durham'', engraved map ... Sold for £100

Lot 151: Norman Ackroyd (1938- ) ''Swinbrook Evening'', signed, inscribed with title and dated 1983,... Sold for £300

Lot 152: Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione (Italian 1609-1664) ''Head of a very old man facing right'' and... Sold for £220

Lot 153: Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (Dutch 1606-1669) ''Jacob and Laban'' (B118ii), signed and dated... Sold for £240

Lot 154: Frederick Landseer Maur Griggs, RA, RE (1876-1938) ''Fen Monastery'' c.1923, signed in pencil,... Sold for £380

Lot 155: John Martin (1789-1854) ''The Approach of the Archangel Raphael'', from Book 5, Line 308 of Milton'... Sold for £120

Lot 156: David Hockney, OM, CH, RA (1937- ) ''Two Boys aged 23 or 24'', from the portfolio Illustrations... Sold for £700

Lot 157: David Hockney, OM, CH, RA (1937- ) ''He enquired after the quality'', signed and dated '66 in... Sold for £800

Lot 158: Arthur Eric Rowton Gill, ARA (1882-1940) ''Eve'' 1929, wood engraving, 23.5 x 11.5cms; 9 1/4 x 4 1/... Sold for £1,100

Lot 159: Michael Ayrton (1921-1975) Illustrations from Paul Verlaine's ''Femmes/Hombres'', signed in pencil,... Sold for £400

Lot 160: Gerald Leslie Brockhurst, RA RE RP (1890-1979) ''An Old Corsican'', signed in pencil, and signed... Sold for £320

Lot 161: Banksy (Contemporary) ''Di-Faced Tenner'', colour lithograph printed both sides, 7.8 x 14.4cms; 3... Sold for £350

Lot 164: William Lee Hankey, RWS, RI, ROI, RE, NS (1869-1952) A pensive young woman seated on a chair,... Sold for £180

Lot 167: Victor Noble Rainbird (1888-1936) ''Le Havre'', signed, inscribed and indistinctly dated,... Sold for £110

Lot 168: Victor Noble Rainbird (1888-1936) ''Impression in Lissieux, Normandy'', signed, inscribed and... Sold for £70

Lot 169: Victor Noble Rainbird (1888-1936) ''Elvet Bridge, Durham'', signed and inscribed, watercolour, 24... Sold for £280

Lot 170: Victor Noble Rainbird (1888-1936) ''On the North Tyne near Tarset'', signed, inscribed and dated... Sold for £150

Lot 171: Victor Noble Rainbird (1888-1936) ''Eventide'', signed and inscribed, watercolour, 26 x 37cms; 10... Sold for £150

Lot 172: David Thomas Robertson (1879-1952) A windmill with milkmaid in the foreground, signed and dated... Sold for £70

Lot 173: Walter Holmes (1936- ) Newcastle Quayside with a tall-ship at anchor, signed, pastel, 25.5 x... Sold for £180

Lot 174: William John Baker (1865-1938) Herring boats under a full moon, signed and dated 1909, watercolour,... Sold for £220

Lot 175: William John Baker (1865-1938) Cottages in the snow with sheep in the foreground, signed and dated ... Sold for £300

Lot 176: Robert Jobling (1841-1923) A sailing brig entering port, signed with monogram, watercolour, 23 x... Sold for £90

Lot 177: Rosa Carter Miniature portrait of a man wearing a deer stalker hat - by tradition Sir John Everett ... Sold for £160

Lot 180: Thomas Miles Richardson, jnr., RWS (1813-1890) A rowing boat on the shore of a loch, signed with... Sold for £80

Lot 181: Thomas Miles Richardson, jnr., RWS (1813-1890) Young anglers by a watermill, signed and dated 1845,... Sold for £700

Lot 184: Edward Tucker (1830-1909) A river landscape with a rowing boat approaching a bridge in the middle... Sold for £40

Lot 185: William Heaton Cooper (1903-1995) a Cumbrian lake-side view with the Langdale Pikes in the... Sold for £820

Lot 187: John Francis Branegan (1843-1909) ''No. Shields'', signed and inscribed, watercolour heightened... Sold for £220

Lot 188: John Atkinson (1863-1924) A horse cart in a field, signed, gouache, 15.5 x 24cms; 6 1/2 x 9 1/2in. Sold for £380

Lot 189: Robin Furness (1933- ) ''Bedale, Bolton-on-Swale'' - a hunting scene, signed, inscribed and... Sold for £620

Lot 191: Ernst Herbeck (Austrian 1920-1991) ''Ein Hahn 1984'',''Ein Vergissmeinnicht 1984'' and ''Leopard'',... Sold for £80

Lot 192: James ''Jim'' B*** Gilbert (Contemporary) ''Lovers Tiff'', ''Canal Bridge'', and ''Two men arguing'... Sold for £80

Lot 194A: Patrick Procktor, RA (1936- ) Male nude study, signed, charcoal, 66 x 40.5; 26 x 16in. Artist's... Sold for £700

Lot 195: Robert Oscar Lenkiewicz (1941-2002) Study of a seated man, with the blind stamp of the Lenkiewicz... Sold for £120

Lot 196: Robert Oscar Lenkiewicz (1941-2002) Bust portrait of a middle aged woman, bearing the blind stamp... Sold for £120

Lot 197: Norman Stansfield Cornish (1919-2014) ''Street Scene'' - a view in Tyneside with women and... Sold for £5,500

Lot 198: Norman Stansfield Cornish (1919-2014) ''Miner and telegraph pole'', signed; with inscription and... Sold for £1,600

Lot 199: Norman Stansfield Cornish (1919-2014) ''Man in Cap'', signed; with inscription on a gallery label... Sold for £950

Lot 200: Norman Stansfield Cornish (1919-2014) ''Pit Pony'', signed and inscribed below the mount; with... Sold for £2,200

Lot 201: Norman Stansfield Cornish (1919-2014) ''Troubled Man'', signed; with inscription on a gallery... Sold for £1,100

Lot 202: Laura Beveridge (Contemporary) ''Harmonious Trio'', signed; signed and inscribed verso, gouache,... Sold for £90

Lot 203: Drummond Mayo, RSW (1929- ) ''Suburban Garden'', signed; inscribed and with gallery label verso,... Sold for £250

Lot 205: John Miller (19321-2002) ''The Greek Church of St. George, Venice'', signed; with inscription on a ... Sold for £250

Lot 206: Douglas Stannus Gray (1890-1959) A woman standing in the garden reading, Kings Avenue, unsigned;... Sold for £250

Lot 207: Kevin Day (Contemporary) ''Return'' model - Luke. Location - Revolution Bar, Newcastle Upon Tyne,... Sold for £400

Lot 208: Norman Stansfield Cornish (1919-2014) ''Washing Day, Spennymoor'', signed; with inscription and... Sold for £2,800

Lot 209: Norman Stansfield Cornish (1919-2014) ''Pit road, miner and telegraph poles'', with inscription... Sold for £2,700

Lot 211: June Redfern (1951- ) ''The Ferry'', signed and inscribed verso, oil on linen, 28 x 38cms; 11 x... Sold for £190

Lot 212: Bélla Balogh (Hungarian 1909-1980) Still-life study of flowers in a vase, signed, oil on canvas,... Sold for £130

Lot 213: Attributed to Charles Vincent Lamb, RHA, RUA (1893-1964) ''Renvyle, Connemara'', with indistinct... Sold for £380

Lot 214: Vincente Aguilar Villalonga (Spanish 1937- ) ''Contraluz en la Playa (Mallorca)'', signed; signed... Sold for £480

Lot 215: Vincente Aguilar Villalonga (Spanish 1937- ) ''Puerto de Pollensa (Mallorca)'', signed; signed and ... Sold for £220

Lot 216: Frederick George Wills (1901-1993) ''The Flying Scotsman'', signed; inscribed verso, oil on board, ... Sold for £80

Lot 217: Claude Dambreville (Haition 1934- ) Haitian women with baskets of vegetables at a roadside, signed,... Sold for £80

Lot 222: William Edward Frost, RA (1810-1877) Portrait of a young woman at the seashore, oil on canvas, 42... Sold for £500

Lot 223: Thomas O*** D*** (19th Century British School) A bedside farewell, indistinctly signed beneath the ... Sold for £920

Lot 224: A*** Cochlan (19th Century) A young girl seated at a cottage door darning, indistinctly signed,... Sold for £120

Lot 226: Luigi Rocca (Italian 1952- ) ''Figura Liberty'', signed; inscribed with label verso, oil on canvas,... Sold for £90

Lot 227: Léon Herbo (Belgian 1850-1907) ''Her Favourite Pets'' - portrait of a young woman with a cat and a ... Sold for £1,300

Lot 228: Isabella ''Isa'' Jobling (née Thompson) (1851-1926) Portrait of a bearded Spaniard wearing a broad-... Sold for £550

Lot 229: Attributed to Romaine Beatrice Goddard Brooks (American 1874-1970) Bust portrait of a woman, with... Sold for £280

Lot 230: John Falconar Slater (1857-1937) a horse cart passing a riverside cottage, signed, oil on board,... Sold for £130

Lot 234: Henry ''Harry'' James Sticks (1867-1938) A rocky coastal scene with seagulls in flight, signed;... Sold for £480

Lot 235: Wilson Hepple (1853-1937) A timber cart on a forest road, signed, oil on canvas, 23.5 x 18.6cms; 9 ... Sold for £150

Lot 236: John Chambers (1852-1928) Bait Island (later St. Mary's Island), Monkseaton, signed, oil on canvas,... Sold for £450

Lot 239: Richard Jameson (19th Century) A farm and nearby hamlet view of an outlying field, signed and... Sold for £90

Lot 240: William Miller Frazer, RSA PSSA PSAC (1864-1961) a river landscape with a figure walking a country ... Sold for £400

Lot 243: George Melvin Rennie (1874-1953) ''Path to the Cairngorms'', signed; with inscription on a gallery ... Sold for £250

Lot 244: Style of Ludolf Bakhuizen (German/North Netherlandish 1630-1708) A rowing boat approaching a Dutch ... Sold for £520

Lot 246: John Wilson Carmichael (1799-1868) Shipping off Tynemouth, oil on canvas, 59 x 89.5cms; 23 1/4 x... Sold for £1,800

Lot 247: Wilson Hepple (1853-1937) A portrait of a chestnut hunter and spaniel in a stable yard, signed and ... Sold for £600

Lot 248: Wilson Hepple (1853-1937) A huntsman and pack leading the chase across a country road, signed and... Sold for £250

Lot 249: John Valentine (1867-1947) ''The White Lady of The Uplands'' - a study of horses, signed; signed... Sold for £680

Lot 251: Martin Ridley (1967- ) ''Doormice'', signed; inscribed verso, and with John Noott Gallery's label... Sold for £180

Lot 252: J*** S*** Kell (late 19th Century) A still-life study with a fish, a fishing reel and other items, ... Sold for £2,500

Lot 253: Bernard Benedict Hemy (1845-1913) North Shields harbour with fishing boats, a tug and HMS... Sold for £900

Lot 254: Robert Jobling (1841-1923) ''Cool shade in the summer heat'' - a river landscape with cattle,... Sold for £780

Lot 255: Edward ''Ted'' Hasell McCosh (Contemporary) Peacocks and other exotic birds in a formal garden,... Sold for £1,600

Lot 260: Pugin for Minton & Co: a glazed terracotta tile designed by Augustus Pugin for The Houses of... Sold for £90

Lot 262: Charles Vyse for Chelsea Pottery: The Piccadilly Rose Woman, signed and dated 1923 to base, 24cms... Sold for £420

Lot 263: Charles Vyse for Chelsea Pottery: The Tulip Woman, inscribed name to base, c.1921, 25cms (10in.)... Sold for £420

Lot 264: Bretby & Samuel Heath: an amphora-form vase, with floral decoration, by Bretby Pottery, standing... Sold for £120

Lot 265: Two Loetz style glass vases, one in green of squat circular form, 15cms (6in.) high; the other of... Sold for £40

Lot 266: Keswick School of Industrial Art: an embossed copper-plate vase, with stylised floral decoration,... Sold for £170

Lot 267: An Art Nouveau W.M.F. style patinated metal epergne, with coloured glass trumpet, the base... Sold for £40

Lot 268: A late 19th Century enamelled bronze tazza, of Gothic design with central star motif, 26cms... Sold for £30

Lot 269: An impressive late 19th Century Continental silver and gem set chalice cup, imported by Edwin... Sold for £920

Lot 270: A WMF Art Nouveau visiting card tray, No. 196, in ''Old Silver'' finish, depicting kissing figures,... Sold for £130

Lot 271: A WMF style pewter dish, decorated with berries and leaves bellow a nude female figure pattern... Sold for £100

Lot 273: An early 20th Century copper Arts & Crafts box, with riveted decoration, 17cms (6 3/4in.) wide. Sold for £100

Lot 274: After Sir Christopher Dresser: a 19th Century copper and brass candlestick with turned wooden... Sold for £140

Lot 275: An Art Deco style limited edition Parian ware nude female figure, by Gregory Rose, 41/250, c.1985, ... Sold for £220

Lot 276: An early 20th Century Art Nouveau dish, by Royal Vienna, of a woman in a lily pond, 28cms (11in.)... Sold for £50

Lot 277: An Edward VII silver three-handled bowl, by Walter Henry Searle, London 1903, the hammered bowl... Sold for £500

Lot 278: An Arts & Crafts copper and brass table lamp, of mushroom form, the hammered copper shade inset... Sold for £280

Lot 279: A pair of large 19th Century carved oak angel figures, each of the robed winged angels holding a... Sold for £1,900

Lot 280: Two late 19th Century embossed brass blotters, of Gothic leaf scroll design, each 26cms (10in.)... Sold for £100

Lot 281: An early 20th Century Arts & Crafts ironwork firescreen, possibly Birmingham Guild, with triptych... Sold for £320

Lot 282: A pair of 19th Century Gothic cast iron andirons, of arch form with acanthus leaf and beast... Sold for £70

Lot 283: An early 20th Century Art Nouveau painted terracotta table lamp by August Otto, depicting a woman... Sold for £650

Lot 284: Frederick Rhead for Foley Pottery: an Intarsio vase, with multiple handles and floral decoration,... Sold for £140

Lot 285: A Liberty style early 20th Century oak Arts & Crafts occasional table, with pierced stylized... Sold for £500

Lot 286: Manner of John Pearson: an embossed copper Arts & Crafts plaque, the centre decorated with a... Sold for £150

Lot 287: A Victorian carved oak Gothic Arts & Crafts three-piece drawing room suite, comprising: a... Sold for £1,300

Lot 288: An early 20th Century oak Arts & Crafts occasional table, the circular top raised on tapering... Sold for £250

Lot 289: A Newlyn School copper plaque depicting geese, in a turned mahogany frame, 29cms (11 1/4in.)... Sold for £50

Lot 290: An H. Brannam for Barum three-handled vase, with flared rim and stylized fish decoration, 9cms (3... Sold for £50

Lot 291: An early 20th Century Burmantofts 'Faience' toad pattern spoon warmer, in red glaze, '451' to base,... Sold for £220

Lot 292: An early 20th Century Burmantofts 'Faience' crocodile pattern spoon warmer, in blue glaze, '1898'... Sold for £170

Lot 293: An early 20th Century Burmantofts 'Faience' toad pattern spoon warmer, in blue glaze, '451' to... Sold for £250

Lot 294: An early 20th Century Burmantofts 'Faience' crocodile pattern spoon warmer, in red glaze, '1898'... Sold for £170

Lot 295: An early 20th Century Burmantofts grotesque three-legged toad plant or spoon warmer, in... Sold for £500

Lot 296: An early 20th Century Burmantofts 'Faience' grotesque fish or dolphin pattern spill vase, in blue... Sold for £190

Lot 297: An early 20th Century Burmantofts 'Faience' jug attributed to Joseph Walmsley, of shaped form with ... Sold for £80

Lot 298: An early 20th Century Elton ware jug, with floral moulded decoration, 13cms (5in.) high. Sold for £30

Lot 299: A late 19th Century carved alabaster bust of ''Francesca da Rimini'', 28cms (11in.) wide. Sold for £250

Lot 300: A pair of 19th Century carved wood continental angel heads; a Victorian carved oak Gothic style... Sold for £140

Lot 301: An Astra ware vase, 19cms (7 1/2in.) high; a late 19th Century vase, of Royal Dux type design,... Sold for £30

Lot 302: An early 20th Century Art Nouveau brass table lamp, of whiplash design fitted a green and a clear... Sold for £110

Lot 303: An early 20th Century oak Arts & Crafts open bookcase, by Mathews & Company Ltd., Gloucester, with ... Sold for £320

Lot 304: An early 20th Century oak Arts & Crafts hall settle, with club-shaped cut-outs above solid seat... Sold for £280

Lot 307: A pair of early 20th Century carved oak angels, with later wall mounting brackets, 42cms (16 1/4in.... Sold for £300

Lot 308: Attributed to Liberty & Co: an early 20th Century oak Arts & Crafts drop leaf Sutherland type... Sold for £280

Lot 309: Finnigan's Ltd., Manchester, London & Liverpool: an early 20th Century oak Arts & Crafts waterfall ... Sold for £220

Lot 310: Attributed to Wylie & Lochhead Ltd., Glasgow: a carved oak Scottish Arts & Crafts sideboard, the... Sold for £850

Lot 311: An early 20th Century oak Arts & Crafts occasional table, the circular top raised on slightly... Sold for £280

Lot 312: An Art Deco figural table lamp, the female dancer in pewter wearing a bird costume, signed... Sold for £350

Lot 313: An early 20th Century amphora dish, of Art Nouveau design with a female figure standing by a pond, ... Sold for £100

Lot 314: Riessner Stellmacher & Kessel Amphora: a pair of vases, with moulded floral rims, impressed marks... Sold for £50

Lot 315: An early 20th Century English trumpet vase, with green trailed decoration, 38cms (15in.) high;... Sold for £60

Lot 316: A WMF electroplate cigarette box, decorated with flowers and whiplash decoration, 17 x 12 x 7cms... Sold for £90

Lot 317: An early 20th Century Austrian Art Nouveau jardiniere, modelled as a mermaid on a wave above a... Sold for £70

Lot 318: A WMF two-handle fruit stand, the bowl with pierced stylised flowerheads holding a green glass... Sold for £70

Lot 319: Attributed to Christopher Dresser for Linthorpe Pottery: a plate with enamel decorated floral... Sold for £180

Lot 320: An Arts & Crafts copper and brass egg coddler, by Carl Beffener, the ebonised finial above... Sold for £40

Lot 321: A late 19th Century carved alabaster and marble bust of a lady, signed to reverse ''Blasche'',... Sold for £70

Lot 322: Minton Ltd: a secessionist design vase, No. 42, 13cms (5in.) high; three secessionist plates, with ... Sold for £100

Lot 323: A pair of Minton Ltd secessionist two-handled vases, with stylised floral design, No. 39, 29cms... Sold for £160

Lot 324: A. Dean for Thomas Forester & Sons: a pair of Art Nouveau hand-painted vases, each with two... Sold for £160

Lot 325: A pair of early 20th Century French Art Nouveau patinated and parcel gilt metal vases, with... Sold for £50

Lot 326: An early 20th Century Art Nouveau brass dinner gong with whiplash leaf decoration, 38cms (15in.)... Sold for £130

Lot 328: An early 20th Century Arts & Crafts ironwork and copper panel firescreen, the shield-shaped copper ... Sold for £220

Lot 329: An early 20th Century copper Arts & Crafts coal scuttle, of helmet form, with embossed whiplash... Sold for £180

Lot 330: An early 20th Century Arts & Crafts stained wood and poker work jardiniere, the three tiers and... Sold for £110

Lot 331: An early 20th Century Arts & Crafts oak bureau, manner of Liberty & Co., the upper shelves and... Sold for £400

Lot 332: A late 19th Century Austrian pottery bust entitled 'Ruth', stamped 'Fabrique en Autriche' above... Sold for £220

Lot 333: Influenced by Charles Rennie Mackintosh: an early 20th Century oak Scottish Arts & Crafts... Sold for £100

Lot 335: Attributed to Ernest Archibald Taylor: a Scottish Arts & Crafts inlaid oak dressing cabinet, the... Sold for £450

Lot 336: Manner of Liberty & Co: an early 20th Century oak Arts & Crafts easy chair, the upholstered back... Sold for £1,300

Lot 337: An early 20th Century oak drop-leaf dining table, the oval top above moulded legs fitted gate... Sold for £180

Lot 338: Charlotte Rhead for Crown Ducal: three tube-lined decorated plates, one with foxgloves, 36cms... Sold for £160

Lot 339: Spodes Velamour model of a kangaroo and joey, K637, 26cms (10 1/4in.) high. Sold for £170

Lot 340: A modernist ceramic jardiniere, by Jenny Morten, with stylized leaf decoration, 20cms (8in.) high. Sold for £110

Lot 346: A pair of early 20th Century ecclesiastical brass candelabra, holding twelve sconces, with... Sold for £680

Lot 347: A pair of Victorian cast iron overmantel mirrors, each with caryatid and fluted pilasters flanking ... Sold for £120

Lot 348: A Victorian cast iron overmantel mirror, the broken arch pediment above acanthus and shell... Sold for £70

Lot 349: A pair of Art Deco style patinated bronze floor standing figural lamps, in the form of dancers... Sold for £420

Lot 351: After Aristide de Ranieri: a patinated metal Art Nouveau bust of a female nude above lyre on socle ... Sold for £100

Lot 352: After Paul Lewis Emille Loiseau-Rousseau: a 20th Century patinated bronze group of two race horses ... Sold for £160

Lot 353: Andrien Etienne Gaudez (French 1845-1902): a patinated bronze model of a young farmer with sickle... Sold for £280

Lot 354: An early 20th Century classical bronze figure, in green patina, of a male nude, on circular base,... Sold for £350

Lot 355: A bronze model of chickens on a naturalistic base, indistinctly signed, 13cms (5in.) high. Sold for £70

Lot 356: A pair of early 20th Century Louis XVI style three-branch wall lights, in the manner of Victor... Sold for £1,300

Lot 357: A late 19th Century bronze bust, after Morice, depicting a young boy, on carved black marble base, ... Sold for £180

Lot 358: A set of three gilt bronze or ormolu electric wall lights, each having three scrolling arms with... Sold for £300

Lot 360: An early 20th Century bronze, after the Antique, bust of Ajax in battle helmet, on socle base and... Sold for £400

Lot 364: An original Chinese propaganda poster, depicting workers holding a booklet aloft, 77 x 54cms. Sold for £70

Lot 365: Two 19th Century Chinese lacquered tea caddies, one of rectangular form decorated with figures in... Sold for £280

Lot 366: A 19th Century satinwood and mahogany cross bound work box, the lid opening to reveal a blue silk... Sold for £140

Lot 367: A Hasselblad 500 C/M medium-format SLR camera, with standard viewfinder and two interchangeable... Sold for £680

Lot 368: A Hasselblad through-the-lens metering viewfinder; a Hasselblad Polaroid film-back, in box;... Sold for £220

Lot 369: A Hasselblad Distagon 50mm f4 lens, in box; and a Sonnar 150mm f4 lens and hood, both by Carl... Sold for £320

Lot 370: A Leica IIIg rangefinder camera, Serial No. 943659, fitted 5cm f2.8 collapsible lens; in ER brown... Sold for £1,300

Lot 371: A Leica IIc rangefinder camera, Serial No. 450181, fitted a Summar 5cm f2 collapsible lens, in... Sold for £220

Lot 372: A Leica Summaron 3.5cm f3.5 wide angle lens, with front and rear caps, original bakelite case and... Sold for £880

Lot 374: A collection of Chinese 19th Century mother-of-pearl gaming tokens, some rectangular, others... Sold for £80

Lot 375: A 17th Century oyster veneered walnut glove box, with boxwood and ebony stringing, later silk... Sold for £250

Lot 376: A Regency mahogany cheese coaster, 44.5cms (17in.) wide. Sold for £70

Lot 379: A Victorian turned wooden truncheon, ebonised and gold painted with ''VR'' under crown, ribbed... Sold for £70

Lot 380: A WWII period Japanese 'Prayer' flag, the Hinomaru flag decorated with notes of good fortune, in... Sold for £250

Lot 381: An English embossed copper powder flask; together with three Turkish powder flasks, one in... Sold for £90

Lot 382: A World War I and later group of medals, awarded to Leiutenant Colonel Joseph Brunton, Seaforth... Sold for £5,000

Lot 383: WWI family medals awarded to Ralph Boig Young Ascot W.S.A.2593, Skipper Royal Naval Reserves, War... Sold for £90

Lot 384: WWI Family medals, to include: a pair of medals awarded to 1020 Corporal Michael Matthew Harvey... Sold for £420

Lot 385: A pair of WWI General Service Medals, awarded to 24-608 Corporal John Cross, 1st Battalion... Sold for £550

Lot 386: A mid 17th Century left-hand ''Main-Gauche'' dagger, probably south Italian the 46cms (18in.)... Sold for £880

Lot 387: A left hand ''Main-Gauche'' dagger, possibly 19th Century, the 32cms (12 1/2in.) blade etched... Sold for £300

Lot 389: A German WWII SA (Storm Detachment) service dagger, the 22cms (18 1/2in.) double edged blade... Sold for £500

Lot 390: A German WWII Hitler Youth knife, the 14cm (5 1/2in.) single edged blade marked 'RZM M7/18' and... Sold for £280

Lot 391: A Meiji Period Japanese tanto, the 30cms (11 3/4in.) single edged curved blade with an unsigned... Sold for £220

Lot 392: An early 20th Century bone mounted Japanese tanto, the 17cms (6 1/2in.) single edged blade with... Sold for £70

Lot 396: An early 19th Century Baker rifle sword bayonet, the 58cms (22 3/4in.) single edge blade on... Sold for £420

Lot 397: A 19th Century French Artilleryman's short sword, model 1830 after a Gladius type sword, the... Sold for £100

Lot 399: A late 17th Century English small sword, the 87cms (34 1/4in.) blade with short fuller and double... Sold for £450

Lot 400: An early 20th Century Cavalry Trooper's sword, blade measures 88cms (34 1/2in.) on hilt with... Sold for £50

Lot 401: A French Light Cavalry Trooper's sword, 1822 pattern, the 90cms (35in.) curved single edge blade... Sold for £200

Lot 402: A French Light Cavalry Trooper's sword, pattern 1822, the 88cms (34 1/2in.) curved single edge... Sold for £200

Lot 403: A Victorian Infantry Officer's sword, the 88cms (34 1/2in.) single edged curved blade with etched... Sold for £100

Lot 405: A 19th Century British Light Cavalry Trooper's sword, similar to 1788 pattern, the 84cms (33in.)... Sold for £250

Lot 406: A 19th Century hunting short sword, probably English, the 52cms (20 1/2in.) single edged curved... Sold for £90

Lot 407: Two 19th Century Police hangers, the 60cms (23 1/2in.) curved single edged blade on hilt with... Sold for £220

Lot 408: An early 20th Century Turkish Naval Officer's sword, by Vahram Tagirian, Constantinople, the 78cms ... Sold for £200

Lot 410: A British Infantry Officer's sword, the 81cms (32in.) slightly curved fullered blade on brass hilt ... Sold for £220

Lot 411: An early 19th Century small sword, probably German, the 76cms (30in.) blade with etched trophies... Sold for £80

Lot 412: A British Infantry Officer's sword, 1796 pattern, the 80cms (31 1/2in.) double edged blade etched... Sold for £140

Lot 413: A 19th Century Scottish dirk, the 33.5cms (13 1/4in.) double edged blade with acanthus scrolls,... Sold for £380

Lot 414: A 19th Century Sudanese Kaskara sword, the 90cms (35 1/2in.) double edged fullered blade on hilt... Sold for £150

Lot 415: A Sudanese Kaskara sword, 20th Century, the 91cms (35 1/2in.) double edged blade with multiple... Sold for £100

Lot 416: An early 19th Century Indian Talwar sword, the 77cms (30 1/4in.) single edge curved fullered blade ... Sold for £110

Lot 418: A late 18th Century English small sword, the trefoil 76cms (30in.) blade on hilt with pierced boat ... Sold for £200

Lot 419: A late 18th Century French small sword, the trefoil 82cms (32 1/4in.) blade with etched... Sold for £280

Lot 423: An early 19th Century Indian battle axe, with quatrefoil spike above crescent shaped floral... Sold for £50

Lot 424: A late 18th Century flintlock blunderbuss, the 35cms (13 3/4in.) brass barrel with proof marks and ... Sold for £720

Lot 425: A late 18th Century flintlock blunderbuss, the 36cms (14in.) barrel above walnut fore-end holding... Sold for £400

Lot 426: An early 19th Century Military flintlock sporting gun, the 58cms (26 1/2in.) barrel with full... Sold for £160

Lot 429: A late 18th Century inverted percussion pistol, the 21cms (8 1/4in.) barrel on fore-end holding... Sold for £160

Lot 431: A pair of early 19th Century unmarked flintlock pistols, each with 16cms (6 1/4in.) barrels above... Sold for £520

Lot 432: An early 19th Century flintlock pistol, by Ketland & Co., the 23cms (9in.) barrel on full length... Sold for £480

Lot 433: A late 18th Century English stonebow, the metal bow with later cord and fitted folding site, the... Sold for £250

Lot 434: A First World War period Bavarian Pickelhaube, Infantry enlisted man, in black leather with brass... Sold for £400

Lot 435: A Lancers 16th Regiment of Light Dragoons Chapka helmet, with brass plate below flat top holding... Sold for £600

Lot 437: A German WWII Kriegsmarine Officer's dagger, the 24cms (9 1/2in.) double edged double fullered... Sold for £400

Lot 438: A WWII German Fallschirmjager (paratrooper) helmet, the green painted steel helmet with early Heer ... Sold for £900

Lot 439: A WWII British Mk III helmet, the green painted steel helmet with interior lining and canvas chin... Sold for £30

Lot 440: A German WWII M35 helmet, the green painted steel helmet with tan leather interior, 28 x 23 x... Sold for £220

Lot 441: A German WWII M42 helmet, the green painted steel helmet tan leather lining and leather chin strap,... Sold for £220

Lot 442: A German WWI M16 helmet, the Feldgrau (field grey) coloured steel helmet with dark brown leather... Sold for £220

Lot 457: A George V silver trophy, by William Lister & Sons, Sheffield 1924, of urn form, flanked by... Sold for £300

Lot 458: An Edward VIII silver sauce boat, by Reid & Sons, Sheffield 1936; together with a George VI silver ... Sold for £150

Lot 459: A George VI silver sugar caster, by Reid & Sons, Birmingham 1937, of baluster form with... Sold for £100

Lot 461: A George V silver three-piece tea service, by C.W. Fletcher & Son Ltd., Sheffield 1931, comprising:... Sold for £260

Lot 462: A George V silver salver, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1939, of octagonal form with gadrooned rim,... Sold for £190

Lot 464: A four-piece silver tea and coffee service, by Reid & Sons, London 1979, comprising: teapot,... Sold for £700

Lot 465: An Elizabeth II three-piece silver condiment set, by Reid & Sons, Sheffield 1977, comprising:... Sold for £120

Lot 466: An Elizabeth II silver bowl, by Reid & Sons, Birmingham 1986, of oval form, with Lindisfarne... Sold for £110

Lot 467: An Edward VIII silver four-piece tea service, by Atkin Bros., Sheffield 1936, comprising: teapot,... Sold for £440

Lot 468: A pair of George IV silver gravy spoons, by William Eley and William Fearn, London 1823, in shell... Sold for £250

Lot 469: Three Edward VIII silver condiments, by M.S., Birmingham 1936, comprising: sugar caster,... Sold for £80

Lot 470: An Elizabeth II silver bowl, by Reid & Sons, London 1972, with Lindisfarne pattern border, 24cms... Sold for £550

Lot 471: A pair of Elizabeth II silver sauce boats, by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1971, with Lindisfarne... Sold for £100

Lot 472: A composite suite of Elizabeth II Kings pattern silver cutlery, comprising: twelve dessert spoons, ... Sold for £1,200

Lot 473: The Kings Cup West Norfolk Hunt Club Steeplechase 1938: a silver two-handled covered cup, by J.S.... Sold for £350

Lot 474: An Edward VII silver teapot, by William Hutton & Sons, London 1902, of half reeded oval form with... Sold for £150

Lot 475: Six George V fruit knives and forks, by Harrison Bros., Sheffield 1913, with silver blades and... Sold for £50

Lot 476: The Kings Club West Norfolk Hunt Steeplechase 1948: a silver two-handled cup, maker's mark worn,... Sold for £220

Lot 481: A George III silver cake slice, by Hester Bateman, London 1816, with pierced floral scrolling... Sold for £820

Lot 482: An early 20th Century silver matched four-piece tea service, comprising: a teapot and a hot water... Sold for £500

Lot 483: A William IV three-piece silver tea service, by Edward, John & William Barnard, London 1835,... Sold for £580

Lot 484: A George V silver salver, by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co. Ltd., London 1912, of shaped circular form,... Sold for £280

Lot 485: An Edward VII silver trophy, by Daniel & John Welby, London 1901, of bowl form with scrolling... Sold for £420

Lot 486: A set of six silver teaspoons, by Thomas Wallis & Jonathan Hayne, London 1817, in Kings shell... Sold for £70

Lot 487: A Victorian silver basket, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1898, of oval form, with pierced and... Sold for £220

Lot 488: A pair of George III silver two-handled bowls, by John Robertson I, Newcastle c.1800, each of oval ... Sold for £480

Lot 489: A George III silver entree dish, by Henry Nutting or Hannah Northcote, London 1805, with gadrooned ... Sold for £450

Lot 490: A George III silver sauce boat, by John Langlands, Newcastle 1774, with shaped rim and scrolling... Sold for £100

Lot 491: A George III silver helmet form cream jug, (maker's mark poorly struck), London 1800, with reeded... Sold for £110

Lot 492: A pair of George III silver candlesticks, by John Roberts & Co., Sheffield 1808, the urn sconces... Sold for £1,200

Lot 493: A pair of Georgian silver spoons, by James Glen, Glasgow, in Hanoverian pattern with later... Sold for £190

Lot 494: A set of Victorian silver berry spoons, by George Adams, London 1862, comprising: six tablespoons... Sold for £320

Lot 495: A pair of George III silver candlesticks, by Thomas Watson & Co., Sheffield 1773, of neo classical ... Sold for £450

Lot 496: A George II silver two-handled loving cup, by John Langlands, Newcastle 1749, with flared lip,... Sold for £150

Lot 497: A George III silver tankard, by William & James Priest, London 1770, of baluster form, with... Sold for £340

Lot 498: A George III silver covered tankard, by Thomas Wallis, London 1787, the domed cover with chair... Sold for £1,200

Lot 499: A George III silver three-piece tea service, by James McKay, Edinburgh 1811, comprising: teapot,... Sold for £400

Lot 500: Six Victorian silver dessert forks, by The Goldsmith Alliance Ltd. (Samuel Smily), London 1870, in ... Sold for £120

Lot 501: A Victorian silver salver, by Walker & Hall, Sheffield c.1900, of shaped circular form, with... Sold for £175

Lot 503: A Victorian silver salver, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1899, of shaped circular... Sold for £155

Lot 504: A Victorian silver seven bar toast rack, by William Evans, London 1874, with beadwork decoration,... Sold for £160

Lot 505: A George III chamber candlestick, maker double struck and indistinct, Sheffield 1814, of gadrooned ... Sold for £160

Lot 506: A Victorian silver mustard pot, by Edward Barnard & Sons, London 1870, of drum form, with... Sold for £110

Lot 507: A George V suite of silver cutlery, by Chawner & Co., London 1862-4, in Hanoverian military thread ... Sold for £2,000

Lot 508: A George II silver coffee pot, possibly by Thomas Folkingham (marks worn), London 1735, of conical ... Sold for £520

Lot 509: A Victorian silver sugar caster, maker's mark worn, London 1890, with pierced cover and fluted... Sold for £150

Lot 510: A pair of Edward VII silver covered tureens, by James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1905, of plain shaped ... Sold for £1,200

Lot 511: A selection of 19th Century silver cutlery, to include: five dessert spoons, three by John Henry & ... Sold for £220

Lot 512: A pair of George II silver candlesticks, by John Cafe, London 1746, the shaped drip pans above urn ... Sold for £1,200

Lot 513: A George III silver mounted ostrich egg pattern chalice, by Thomas Phipps & Edward Robinson,... Sold for £100

Lot 516: A George V 9ct. yellow gold cigarette box, by B.H. Britton & Sons, Birmingham 1921, with engine... Sold for £2,000

Lot 517: A George V 9ct. yellow gold cigarette case, by John Henry Wynn, Birmingham 1926, of canted square... Sold for £680

Lot 518: An Elizabeth II silver surprise egg, by Peter Nicholas, London 1991, the textured egg opening to... Sold for £80

Lot 519: An Elizabeth II silver surprise egg, by Peter Nicholas, London 1989, the engine turned egg opening ... Sold for £60

Lot 520: An Elizabeth II surprise silver egg, by Peter Nicholas, London 1990, the textured egg opening to... Sold for £120

Lot 521: An Elizabeth II silver surprise egg, by N.P., London 2000, the wavy design egg opening to reveal... Sold for £130

Lot 522: An Elizabeth II silver surprise egg, by N.P., London 2001, the wavy design egg opening to reveal... Sold for £130

Lot 523: An Elizabeth II silver surprise egg, by N.P., London 2005, the wavy design egg opening to reveal... Sold for £180

Lot 524: An Elizabeth II silver surprise egg, by N.P., London 2003, the wavy design egg opening to reveal... Sold for £120

Lot 525: An Elizabeth II silver surprise egg, by N.P., London 2004, the wavy design egg opening to reveal... Sold for £90

Lot 526: An Elizabeth II parcel gilt silver surprise egg, by Christopher Nigel Lawrence, London 1983, the... Sold for £90

Lot 527: An Elizabeth II bronzed silver and enamel limited edition surprise egg cup, by Anthony Elson,... Sold for £270

Lot 528: An Elizabeth II limited edition surprise egg cup, by Anthony Elson, London 1981, the bronzed egg... Sold for £140

Lot 529: An Elizabeth II parcel gilt, silver and enamel limited edition Christmas surprise mushroom, by... Sold for £210

Lot 530: An Elizabeth II parcel gilt silver limited edition surprise Christmas mushroom, by Christopher... Sold for £210

Lot 531: A George V cut glass scent bottle, with pink guilloche enamel and silver mount, by Henry Mathews,... Sold for £280

Lot 532: A set of five Elizabeth II menu stands, by James Purdy & Sons, Birmingham 2006, each decorated... Sold for £190

Lot 538: An 18th Century yellow and white metal inlaid piquet work tortoiseshell mounted snuff box, with... Sold for £70

Lot 539: A late 18th Century white metal mounted tortoiseshell snuff box, of oval form, with shell pattern... Sold for £190

Lot 540: A George VI silver backed cased dressing set in case, by Asprey & Co., London mostly 1938,... Sold for £220

Lot 541: A Victorian silver mounted table mirror, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co., London 1897, with heart-... Sold for £180

Lot 542: A George V 9ct. yellow gold chain mail purse, imported by Richard Lang, London c.1928, of arched... Sold for £960

Lot 543: Dreyfous's datemarvel, patent no. 417-478, in giltmetal and blue guilloche enamel mounted by... Sold for £90

Lot 544: A George V silver gilt and blue guilloche enamel cigarette case, by Charles S. Green & Co. Ltd.,... Sold for £160

Lot 545: A pair of George II silver gravy spoons, by James Kirkup, Newcastle 1759, in Old English pattern,... Sold for £270

Lot 546: A George III silver gravy spoon, by William Ely and William Fearn, London 1802, in Old English... Sold for £65

Lot 547: A George II silver gravy spoon, by Robert Makepeace I, Newcastle 1737, in Hanoverian pattern, with ... Sold for £750

Lot 548: A George I silver gravy spoon, by Richard Scarlett, London 1725, in Hanoverian pattern, with... Sold for £750

Lot 549: Eleven George III silver table forks, by Christopher & Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1803, in Old... Sold for £280

Lot 550: A set of twelve George III silver tablespoons, by Christopher & Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1803, ... Sold for £280

Lot 551: A set of twelve silver dessert forks, by George Smith, London 1781, in Old English pattern,... Sold for £160

Lot 552: Four George III silver dessert forks, by George Smith and William Fearn, London 1793, with eagle... Sold for £100

Lot 553: A set of six silver dessert spoon, by John Langlands & John Robertson, Newcastle 1785, in... Sold for £180

Lot 554: Four George II silver dessert spoons, by James Tookey, London 1756, in Hanoverian pattern with... Sold for £100

Lot 555: A George II silver tankard, by William Shaw & William Priest, London 1751, of baluster form,... Sold for £280

Lot 556: A George VI silver porringer, probably by William Lister, Newcastle 1823, the beadwork rim above... Sold for £250

Lot 557: A George III silver covered tankard, by John Langlands I and John Robertson I, Newcastle 1788, the ... Sold for £950

Lot 558: A George III silver fish slice, by George Burrows, London 1800, the pierced blade with engraved... Sold for £170

Lot 559: A George III silver fish slice, by Thomas Wallis II, London 1803, the pierced shaped blade with... Sold for £110

Lot 560: A Queen Victoria silver gilt pepperette, by Robert Garrard II, London 1862, with engraved floral... Sold for £90

Lot 561: A George III silver straining dish, by John Langlands, Newcastle c.1800 (no date marks), the... Sold for £180

Lot 562: A George II silver sauce boat, by Isaac Cookson, Newcastle 1748, the shaped rim mounted by dolphin ... Sold for £620

Lot 563: A Victorian silver beaker, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1867, with beaded and floral... Sold for £180

Lot 564: A George V silver christening tankard, by Stokes & Ireland Ltd., Chester 1912, of flared form, two ... Sold for £70

Lot 565: A George II silver presentation tankard, by Isaac Cookson, Newcastle 1738, of baluster form,... Sold for £1,000

Lot 566: A George II silver pap boat, by John Cookson, Newcastle 1743, of typical plain form, 11cms (4... Sold for £280

Lot 567: A set of four Victorian table salts, by Robert Hennell III, London 1856, each with reeded edge... Sold for £620

Lot 568: A George II silver sauce boat, by George Bulman, Newcastle 1740, the shaped rim mounted by bird,... Sold for £780

Lot 569: A George III silver oval tray, by Ann Robertson, Newcastle 1809, with shaped reeded edge and... Sold for £720

Lot 570: A pair of George V silver gravy boats, by Sydney Bellamy Harman, London 1914, each with shaped rim ... Sold for £250

Lot 571: An Elizabeth II silver beaker, by Guild of Handicraft, London 1977, of hammered designed, 6.5cms... Sold for £320

Lot 572: A pair of George III silver mounted coasters, by Nathaniel Smith & Co., Sheffield 1806, with... Sold for £520

Lot 573: A Queen Anne silver porringer, by Y.C., likely to be the mark of John Younghusband, Newcastle 1707,... Sold for £1,400

Lot 574: An Elizabeth II Arts & Crafts bowl, by Guild of Handicrafts, London 1955, the flared rim mounted... Sold for £2,200

Lot 575: A pair of Victorian silver grape scissors, by William Summers, London 1869, of entwined branch... Sold for £190

Lot 577: A Georgian silver mustard pot, by Thomas Watson or Thomas Wheatley, Newcastle 1800 or 1824, the... Sold for £150

Lot 578: A Georgian silver toddy ladle, by Thomas Watson or Thomas Wheatley, Newcastle 1804 or 1828, in... Sold for £110

Lot 579: A Victorian silver stilton scoop, by David Reid, Newcastle 1867, of typical form with turned ivory ... Sold for £80

Lot 580: A George III silver wine funnel, by John Mitchison, Newcastle c.1785 (no date mark), the beaded... Sold for £280

Lot 581: A George II silver two-handled loving cup, by Isaac Cookson, Newcastle 1750, of urn form with... Sold for £300

Lot 582: A Georgian silver covered pot, of baluster form, the cover with floral decoration, the body with... Sold for £40

Lot 583: A George III silver button, by Anthony Hedley, Newcastle (Durham) c.1800, inscribed ''The Bowman... Sold for £650

Lot 584: An Edward VII silver gilt anointing spoon, by Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1902, engraved... Sold for £120

Lot 585: A George III silver seven bar toast rack, by Thomas and Daniel Leader, Sheffield 1802, raised on... Sold for £130

Lot 586: A rare George III silver nipple shield, by Christian Ker Reid, Newcastle c.1815, 5.5cms (2in.)... Sold for £320

Lot 587: An early 19th Century Gibson patent silver invalid feeder, with hinged cover to shaped bowl, 14cms ... Sold for £480

Lot 588: A George III silver snuff box, by William Boot, Birmingham 1806, with engraved initials ''T.A.''... Sold for £80

Lot 589: A Victorian silver rose bowl, by Daniel & John Wellby, London 1891, half gadrooned and decorated... Sold for £250

Lot 590: A William IV silver hair comb, by Jonathan Hayne, London 1835, of plain form, 9cms (3in.) wide,... Sold for £70

Lot 591: A pair of Art Deco 9ct. white gold mother-of-pearl and diamond set cufflinks; various shirt studs, ... Sold for £160

Lot 592: An Elizabeth II silver bowl, by William Comyns & Sons Ltd., London 1938, with engraved cockerel... Sold for £220

Lot 595: A Persian silver tray, of circular form, with bead and entwined ring design to rim, marks to... Sold for £170

Lot 596: An American sterling silver dish, with corn-of-cob finial, stamped ''925 Sterling'' beside lion... Sold for £40

Lot 597: A fine Persian white metal two-handled sugar bowl and cover, probably Lebanese, with spire finial... Sold for £250

Lot 598: A pair of early 20th Century German silver candlesticks, 835 standard, each with two scrolling... Sold for £70

Lot 599: German 835 standard silver items, to include: a set of six liqueur cups with gilt interiors; a... Sold for £135

Lot 600: A rare and unusual silver teaspoon commemorating the hanging of the Montana Vigilantes at Virginia ... Sold for £50

Lot 601: A set of late 19th Century German silver fruit knives and forks, by Bruckmann & Sohne, Heilbronn,... Sold for £180

Lot 602: A late 19th Century German silver fish service, by Bruckmann & Sohne, Heilbronn, 800 standard,... Sold for £270

Lot 603: A late 19th Century suite of 800 standard German silver cutlery, by M.H. Wilkens & Sohne,... Sold for £650

Lot 604: Late 19th Century German silver flatware, by Bruckmann & Sohne, Heilbronn, 800 standard,... Sold for £50

Lot 605: A set of twelve 950 standard silver gilt French grapefruit spoons, Paris, each engraved crest to... Sold for £90

Lot 607: Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date GMT Master II: a gentleman's steel and gold superlative chronometer... Sold for £4,800

Lot 608: Rolex Oyster Perpetual Explorer Chronometer Ref. 1016, Serial No. 596***: a gentleman's stainless... Sold for £22,000

Lot 609: A 14ct. gold cased Swiss pocket watch, the white enamel roman dial with subsidiary seconds... Sold for £250

Lot 610: A 15ct. yellow gold Swiss fob watch, the gilt and leaf scroll chased roman dial, fitted a movement ... Sold for £160

Lot 611: Rolex Tudor Oyster Prince Date c.1963: a gentleman's rotor self winding stainless steel wristwatch,... Sold for £420

Lot 612: Rolex: a gentleman's military issue open faced pocket watch, the circular black dial with... Sold for £450

Lot 613: Omega: a 9ct. gold cased lady's wristwatch, with circular baton dial, 620 movement and Serial No.... Sold for £140

Lot 614: Omega Automatic Seamaster, a gentleman's stainless steel wristwatch Ref.17424988 two silvered... Sold for £380

Lot 615: Marvin, a gentleman's 18ct. gold cased wristwatch, with circular baton dial, leather strap. Sold for £220

Lot 616: Omega De Ville: a gilt and stainless steel quartz wristwatch, with patterned shaped square roman... Sold for £110

Lot 617: LU Chopard, Geneve, a ladies 18K bracelet wristwatch, with baton dial, the movement stamped ''LU... Sold for £550

Lot 618: Rolex Oyster Perpetual Date: a stainless steel gentleman's bracelet watch, model reference 15000,... Sold for £1,300

Lot 619: Omega: a gentleman's 14k engine turned crown wind pocket watch, the arabic dial with subsidiary... Sold for £280

Lot 620: Rolex Precision: a gentleman's 9ct. gold cased wristwatch, with circular arabic dial, subsidiary... Sold for £1,000

Lot 621: Aaron Jackson, Sunderland: a Victorian 18ct. gold open faced key wound gentleman's pocket watch,... Sold for £350

Lot 622: A 9ct. gold gentleman's crown wind half hunter pocket watch, with enamelled roman dial, subsidiary ... Sold for £280

Lot 623: Jaeger LeCoultre: a War Department issue open faced pocket watch, with white arabic dial,... Sold for £300

Lot 626: Longines: a lady's stainless steel and diamond set wristwatch, Dolce Vita, Ref.L5. 158.0, the... Sold for £380

Lot 627: Tag Heuer: a gentleman's stainless steel Link Calibre 16 Automatic Chronograph tachymeter... Sold for £850

Lot 639: An Edwardian zircon pendant, set with circular facet-cut blue zircons to a square shaped drop, on... Sold for £250

Lot 642: A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the oval facet cut sapphire weighing approximately 2.85... Sold for £1,200

Lot 646: A single stone solitaire diamond ring, the brilliant cut diamond measuring 7.4 x 7.4 x 4.5mm,... Sold for £1,100

Lot 648: A rare and unusual Art Deco watch ring, c.1938, the circular silvered arabic dial within... Sold for £250

Lot 649: A ruby and pearl crescent pattern brooch, c.1880, the seven graduated pearls surrounded by... Sold for £300

Lot 653: A diamond bracelet, of eleven graduated links each set with eight tapered baguette diamonds and... Sold for £1,400

Lot 655: A pair of tanzanite and diamond drop earrings, each with four heart-cut tanzanites separated by... Sold for £380

Lot 658: A pair of diamond drop earrings, each set with brilliant and baguette cut diamonds in yellow metal ... Sold for £480

Lot 659: A modern cultured pearl triple row necklace, the uniform pearls strung knotted to a sapphire and... Sold for £220

Lot 660: A pair of amethyst and diamond cluster rings, each amethyst measuring 8.2mm diameter (depth... Sold for £550

Lot 661: A pair of sapphire and diamond cluster earrings, the central circular facet-cut sapphires... Sold for £300

Lot 662: A pair of diamond earrings, of Greek key form set in 18ct. white gold, 6 x 6mm. Sold for £160

Lot 663: An Edwardian diamond bracelet, the central hexagonal plaque and sides set with old brilliant-cut... Sold for £1,000

Lot 664: An opal bar brooch, the heart-shaped opal cabouchon measuring 12 x 11mm, on a yellow metal bar... Sold for £180

Lot 665: A pair of etruscan revival turquoise and yellow metal earrings, of oval form with scrolls and... Sold for £100

Lot 666: A diamond ring, the five graduated old-cut diamonds in a marquise mount on yellow metal shank,... Sold for £90

Lot 667: A Victorian plaited hairwork and yellow metal necklace, each length of plaited hair with a mount... Sold for £250

Lot 669: A diamond ring, the brilliant cut diamond illusion set, weighing approximately 0.10 carat, flanked ... Sold for £70

Lot 670: A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the circular facet cut sapphire surrounded by sixteen... Sold for £200

Lot 671: A sapphire and diamond ring, the three oval facet cut sapphires flanked by two pairs of diamonds,... Sold for £200

Lot 672: A diamond double row tennis bracelet, each link set with two brilliant-cut diamonds, one hundred... Sold for £1,300

Lot 674: A slightly graduated Tahitian black pearl necklace, measuring from 11mm to 10mm diameter, on 14ct. ... Sold for £350

Lot 676: A pair of diamond stud earrings, each brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.50 carat,... Sold for £1,300

Lot 677: A single stone diamond pendant, the brilliant-cut diamond weighing approximately 0.50 carats, four-... Sold for £450

Lot 680: A double row cultured pearl necklace, each pearl measures approximately 6mm diameter strung... Sold for £100

Lot 681: A diamond pendant and earrings, the pendant set with single brilliant-cut diamond, weighing... Sold for £490

Lot 682: An opal and diamond ring, the oval opal cabochon flanked by six brilliant-cut diamonds, on 9ct.... Sold for £140

Lot 684: A Victorian sapphire and diamond crescent form brooch, set with graduated sapphires and diamonds... Sold for £450

Lot 686: A single row cultured pearl necklace, each pearl 7.3mm diameter strung knotted to a pearl-set 9ct. ... Sold for £140

Lot 687: A pair of early 20th Century jade and diamond cluster stud earrings, the circular jade cabochons... Sold for £520

Lot 688: A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, th central oval facet-cut sapphire measuring 8.8 x 7.1 x... Sold for £700

Lot 689: A diamond eternity ring, set with approximately twenty four rectangular step-cut diamonds weighing ... Sold for £480

Lot 690: A ''Spanish Silver Treasure Coin'', Carlos II 8 Reales from the Potosi Mint, circa 1697, in a... Sold for £370

Lot 691: A 9ct. yellow gold horse pattern pendant, London 1973, 2.5cms wide, 7.7grms. Sold for £90

Lot 692: A pair of early 20th Century turquoise set yellow metal cufflinks, each stamped '18', set oval... Sold for £260

Lot 693: An Edwardian peridot and opal heart-shaped pendant, the circular facet cut peridots and circular... Sold for £420

Lot 694: A Victorian yellow metal oval brooch, decorated in the etruscan design with beadwork and ropework, ... Sold for £100

Lot 695: A George V 9ct. yellow gold etruscan style bangle, by J.G.C., Birmingham 1912, set with graduated... Sold for £160

Lot 696: An opal and diamond dress ring, the oval opal cabouchon measuring 12.7 x 9.4mm in yellow metal... Sold for £1,000

Lot 698: An emerald and diamond dress ring, the circular brilliant-cut diamond surrounded by tapered... Sold for £420

Lot 699: A pair of diamond earrings, set with brilliant baguette-cut diamonds in white metal stud mounts, 7.... Sold for £280

Lot 700: A pink and white paste stone tiara, set with seven graduated flowerheads surrounded by leaf and... Sold for £980

Lot 701: An early 20th Century pearl necklace, the strung knotted pearls graduating from 6.7mm to 2.4mm, on ... Sold for £1,100

Lot 702: A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the rectangular cushion-cut sapphire measuring 11.97 x 9.46 x ... Sold for £2,500

Lot 703: An amber necklace, the oval beads graduating from, 32 x 26mm to 13 x 8.5mm, 70cms long, 65.7grms... Sold for £240

Lot 704: A diamond pendant, set with three graduated brilliant-cut diamonds parted by baguette-cut diamonds,... Sold for £500

Lot 705: A diamond necklace, the graduated brilliant-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 2.50... Sold for £1,000

Lot 706: A diamond tennis bracelet, set with approximately eighty brilliant-cut diamonds weighing a total... Sold for £680

Lot 707: A tanzanite and diamond drop pendant, the rectangular step-cut tanzanite corner set below a small... Sold for £100

Lot 708: A diamond bangle, the shaped front set with seventeen brilliant-cut diamonds weighing a total of... Sold for £280

Lot 709: A diamond bracelet, the 18ct. white gold bracelet of wave pattern links alternately set with six... Sold for £300

Lot 710: A pair of diamond earrings, each set with thirty eight brilliant-cut diamonds, weighing a total of ... Sold for £480

Lot 711: A diamond ring, in the form of five 18ct. white gold rings half-hoop set with ninety diamonds held ... Sold for £800

Lot 713: A pair of diamond earrings, by Rox, each set with approximately twenty two brilliant-cut diamonds, ... Sold for £520

Lot 715: A pair of diamond earrings, each of the line-set earrings set with nine brilliant-cut diamonds,... Sold for £260

Lot 716: A seven stone diamond ring, the baguette-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 1.75... Sold for £1,600

Lot 719: A single stone solitaire diamond ring, the brilliant-cut diamond measuring 5.1 x 3.2mm, estimated... Sold for £450

Lot 721: A pair of diamond earrings, by Rox, set to the front and inner back with brilliant-cut diamonds,... Sold for £500

Lot 723: A pair of diamond drop earrings, by Rox, each drop with central cluster surrounded by diamond set... Sold for £350

Lot 724: A diamond eternity ring, set with approximately thirty-five princess-cut diamonds, weighing a... Sold for £400

Lot 725: A pair of diamond stud earrings, each of the brilliant-cut diamonds weighing 0.25 carat four claw... Sold for £220

Lot 726: A pair of diamond hoop earrings, set to front and interior back with brilliant-cut diamonds... Sold for £200

Lot 727: A pair of diamond earrings, the fronts set with brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct. white gold, 16mm... Sold for £280

Lot 728: Links of London: silver jewellery, to include: a Sweetie Quartz and silver hoop bracelet, 19cms... Sold for £140

Lot 729: Paloma Picasso for Tiffany & Co., a pair of rock crystal drop earrings, each tapered drop held by... Sold for £300

Lot 730: A pair of diamond stud earrings, each weighing approximately 0.65 carats in colette setting on... Sold for £750

Lot 732: A Victorian micro-mosaic and yellow metal bangle, the front decorated with two doves flanked by... Sold for £400

Lot 733: A Victorian half-peal and yellow metal bangle, the graduated half pearls on mount with leaf scroll ... Sold for £180

Lot 734: A pair of Victorian turquoise diamond enamel and yellow metal drop earrings, the hollow cast ball... Sold for £550

Lot 735: A Victorian carved shell cameo brooch depicting an Elizabethan female bust within shaped circular... Sold for £100

Lot 736: A Victorian coral bead necklace, the three strand necklace on a shaped rectangular yellow metal... Sold for £140

Lot 737: An Isfahan carpet, the central floral medallion surrounded by foliate scrolls, 330 x 212cms. Sold for £190

Lot 737A: A Heriz carpet, with geometric decoration, 270 x 197cms. Sold for £280

Lot 738A: A Qashqai rug, with geometric design, 290 x 170cms. Sold for £250

Lot 739A: A Heriz carpet, with geometric design, 345 x 250cms. Sold for £300

Lot 740: A fine Isfahan carpet, the central rosette surrounded by bold floral scrolls, 421 x 297cms. Sold for £300

Lot 740A: A Ziegler carpet, with bold floral decoration on light green ground, 300 x 240cms. Sold for £300

Lot 741: A Kashan carpet, the central medallions surrounded by foliate scrolls on a red ground, 338 x... Sold for £350

Lot 742: A Kashan carpet, the blue floral decoration on pink ground 355 x 250cms. Sold for £130

Lot 743: A Malyer rug, with geometric foliate decoration, 200 x 132cms. Sold for £90

Lot 744: A Nain runner, with ivory floral scrolls on a blue ground, 217 x 76cms. Sold for £70

Lot 745: A Nain rug, the central medallion surrounded by bold floral design on a red ground, 255 x 156cms. Sold for £130

Lot 746: A Qum rug, the central medallion surrounded by foliate scrolls on a red ground, 243 x 143cms. Sold for £150

Lot 748: A Senneh rug, with flowerhead motifs on a blue ground, 157 x 107cms. Sold for £80

Lot 750: A Malaya rug, the blue ground decorated with boteh motifs, 186 x 104cms. Sold for £90

Lot 751: An Isfahan rug, the central rosette surrounded by floral design on ivory ground, 183 x 125cms. Sold for £80

Lot 752: An Isfahan rug, the central floral medallion surrounded by foliate scrolls on an ivory, ground,... Sold for £90

Lot 754: A Mahal runner, with floral motifs on blue ground, 472 x 103cms. Sold for £190

Lot 756: An antique Tabriz rug, with full floral decoration on a blue ground 222 x 135cms. Sold for £50

Lot 757: A Kashan carpet, with floral decoration on a blue ground, 284 x 195cms. Sold for £110

Lot 758: A Kashan rug, the foliate medallion surrounded by floral scroll design, 193 x 120cms. Sold for £140

Lot 759: A Malayer runner, with full floral decoration on a blue ground, 290 x 97cms. Sold for £220

Lot 760: A Malayer rug, the central diamond-shaped medallion surrounded by bold floral motifs, 201 x 134cms.... Sold for £160

Lot 761: A Bidjar carpet, with repeated flowerhead decoration, 320 x 240cms. Sold for £160

Lot 763: A Bidjar carpet, the central rosette surrounded by foliate scrolls on cream ground, 370 x 276cms. Sold for £300

Lot 764: A Kashan carpet, the cream ground with floral scrolls and bird decoration, 343 x 255cms. Sold for £250

Lot 765: A Hariz carpet, with stylized floral geometric decoration on a red ground, 356 x 269cms. Sold for £250

Lot 768: A Qashqai rug, with flowerhead decoration, 135 x 118cms. Sold for £130

Lot 770: A Jozan rug, the central medallion surrounded by a flowerhead and scrolling decoration, 207 x... Sold for £140

Lot 772: A Tabriz carpet, the central rosette surrounded by foliate scrolls on a cream ground, 374 x 218cms.... Sold for £300

Lot 773: A Bakhtiari rug, the scrolling central medallion surrounded by flowerhead designs and scrolls, 201 ... Sold for £190

Lot 774: A Turkoman carpet, with repeated stylized leaf decoration on a blue ground, 273 x 181cms. Sold for £180

Lot 777: A Kurdish runner, decorated throughout with flowerheads and scrolls surrounded by boteh decorated... Sold for £750

Lot 778: A pair of early 20th Century Tabriz rugs, decorated with birds and deer within decoration and... Sold for £400

Lot 780: A Kashan carpet, the central medallion and scrolling floral design on claret ground, 349 x 242cms. Sold for £300

Lot 781: A Nain carpet, the central medallion and foliate scrolls in blue and brown on a cream ground, 298... Sold for £400

Lot 782: A Moud carpet, the central floral rosette surrounded by small flowerhead motifs to field, 302 x... Sold for £420

Lot 783: A Bidjar carpet, with foliate scrolls on a brown ground, 300 x 212cms. Sold for £280

Lot 784: A Kaysari carpet, with full floral scrolling design to the fields and border, 328 x 229cms. Sold for £380

Lot 785: William Pym, Northumberland: a cast metal garden sculpture of a stylized heart, on plinth base,... Sold for £580

Lot 786: A pair of Victorian nursing chairs, upholstered in floral green damask material, carved exposed... Sold for £380

Lot 787: An early 19th Century mahogany library table, in the manner of Williams & Gibton, the rectangular... Sold for £520

Lot 788: Hubbard, Eldredge & Miller, Rochester, New York: an American oak Arts & Crafts mission chair, the... Sold for £450

Lot 789: A 19th Century carved mahogany firescreen, decorated with foliate scrolls, inset silkwork panel of ... Sold for £250

Lot 790: A 19th Century giltwood and gesso wall mirror, the shaped plate surrounded by acanthus scrolls and ... Sold for £220

Lot 792: A George III mahogany chest of two short and three long graduated drawers fitted shaped brass... Sold for £250

Lot 793: A carved Chinese hardwood deep relief panel, depicting four figures within blossoming trees,... Sold for £130

Lot 794: A late 18th Century Dutch mahogany corner cabinet, the serpentine pediment centred by carved... Sold for £160

Lot 795: An Edwardian carved mahogany four-fold screen, the end panels with carved scrolling foliate design,... Sold for £200

Lot 796: A Regency mahogany sofa table, the top with crossbanding above two frieze drawers, raised on... Sold for £220

Lot 797: A French style two-seat canape, by Paul Robert, the curved back with foliate decoration, loose... Sold for £400

Lot 798: An Edwardian inlaid mahogany display cabinet, the centre section with arched astragal door... Sold for £450

Lot 799: A Victorian mahogany side table, the small raised back above a moulded edge, fitted two short... Sold for £150

Lot 800: A Georgian rectangular oak lowboy, the rectangular top with moulded edge above one long drawer... Sold for £120

Lot 801: A late Georgian mahogany chest of two short and three long graduated drawers fitted brass handles, ... Sold for £200

Lot 802: An 18th Century oak dresser, with three-tier open delft rack above, the base with an arrangement... Sold for £400

Lot 803: A wing easy chair, covered in electric blue dralon, raised on walnut cabriole legs and pad feet. Sold for £250

Lot 804: A 19th Century Continental walnut side table, with grey marble serpentine shaped top, the frieze... Sold for £350

Lot 805: An American stained wood lowboy, three deep drawers to the frieze, the centre with carved fan... Sold for £50

Lot 807: A Continental oak converted coffer, with solid fruitwood lid above inlaid panelled front, fitted... Sold for £280

Lot 808: A pair of Carolean style softwood high back open armchairs, surmounted by scrolling cresting rails ... Sold for £100

Lot 809: A pair of ornate French Louis XV style open armchairs, the partly painted frames decorated with... Sold for £190

Lot 810: A mid 19th Century drop leaf work table, possibly American, fitted three short bowfront drawers... Sold for £170

Lot 812: A mid 19th Century rosewood work table, with rectangular hinged swivel top enclosing a tooled... Sold for £220

Lot 813: A small mid 18th Century oak bureau, the rectangular fall-flap opening to reveal a fitted interior ... Sold for £140

Lot 814: A French 19th Century fruitwood armoire, the flared cornice above a pair of panel doors enclosing... Sold for £150

Lot 815: A Victorian oak bookcase, the stepped cornice above a pair of astragal doors enclosing adjustable... Sold for £280

Lot 816: A Continental hardwood coffer, with hinged panelled lid, the frieze carved ''Kasper Henrich... Sold for £120

Lot 817: A French 19th Century fruitwood armoire, with arched cornice above a carved frieze and ornate... Sold for £280

Lot 818: A pair of William and Mary style walnut open armchairs, the high tapestry covered backs above... Sold for £950

Lot 819: A set of 19th Century four single and two arm painted softwood rush seat dining chairs, the... Sold for £1,100

Lot 820: A pair of mahogany bookcases, each with flared dentil cornice above an astragal door enclosing... Sold for £580

Lot 821: A set of 19th Century metamorphic library steps, folding from a green baize-lined table into a... Sold for £720

Lot 822: A Victorian scroll end day bed, with buttoned three-quarter back, decorated with carved scrolls,... Sold for £280

Lot 823: An early 19th Century Continental fruitwood veneered pedestal desk, the rectangular top inlaid... Sold for £400

Lot 824: A 19th Century circular walnut occasional table, with plain frieze, raised on a reeded column,... Sold for £380

Lot 825: A Georgian mahogany butler's tray, with folding sides and cut-out handles, 76 x 56cms (30 x 22in.),... Sold for £400

Lot 826: A set of twelve single and two arm 19th Century Gothic revival carved oak dining chairs, the... Sold for £2,200

Lot 828: A fine quality early 20th Century mahogany pedestal sideboard, by Robson & Sons, Newcastle, each... Sold for £500

Lot 829: An impressive pair of French Louis XV style giltmetal mounted walnut and kingwood pedestals, with... Sold for £780

Lot 830: A late 19th Century French walnut veneered writing desk, with inset dark leather surface, fitted... Sold for £300

Lot 831: A set of three early 20th Century cast iron garden urns, of campana form, with egg and dart... Sold for £550

Lot 832: An ornate pierced brass standard lamp, the square-shaped column raised on bracket feet stamped... Sold for £180

Lot 833: A Victorian cast iron fire surround, decorated with acanthus leaves above classical figures,... Sold for £550

Lot 834: A late 19th Century oval-shaped red boulle occasional table, the centre decorated with acanthus... Sold for £1,100

Lot 835: A pair of early 20th Century cast iron urns, of campana form with egg and dart rims, half fluted... Sold for £420

Lot 836: A pair of Victorian oak hall chairs, with scrolling backs centred by painted griffin crests, the... Sold for £80

Lot 838: A large Victorian mahogany wardrobe, with seven central long graduated drawers fitted turned knob... Sold for £110

Lot 839: A George III mahogany secretaire bookcase, with flared cornice and arched astragal doors enclosing ... Sold for £450

Lot 840: An early George III walnut veneered tallboy, with flared cornice above an arrangement of three... Sold for £800

Lot 841: An 18th Century oak coffer, rectangular with hinged panelled lid and sides, raised on rectangular... Sold for £110

Lot 842: An Edwardian rosewood veneered writing desk, the top inset with tooled fawn coloured leather... Sold for £800

Lot 843: An French Louis XV style red boulle centre table, with giltmetal edge and borders to the single... Sold for £200

Lot 844: A Victorian burr walnut semi circular card table, the hinged swivel top decorated with boxwood... Sold for £280

Lot 845: A brass standard lamp, with central adjustable column flanked by three pierced tubular brackets,... Sold for £140

Lot 846: An Edwardian inlaid mahogany pedestal music cabinet, with six sliding drawers, each with integral... Sold for £220

Lot 847: A Victorian mahogany pedestal desk, with inset tooled green leather top above a breakfront, fitted ... Sold for £350

Lot 849: A late Georgian mahogany sofa table, decorated with walnut crossbanding, fitted two short drawers... Sold for £160

Lot 850: A late Georgian mahogany card table, the hinged swivel top with plain frieze, raised on turned and ... Sold for £150

Lot 851: A George II red walnut drop leaf table, with a pair of rectangular hinged flaps, raised on... Sold for £300

Lot 854: A Victorian oval burr walnut veneered tip-up-top breakfast table, raised on a carved columns with... Sold for £120

Lot 855: A late Georgian rectangular mahogany tea table, the hinged swivel top with plain frieze, decorated ... Sold for £250

Lot 856: An oak dresser, with raised open delft rack above, fitted two cupboards enclosed by a pair of... Sold for £250

Lot 859: Coalbrookdale: a set of six Gothic pattern cast iron garden chairs, comprising: two armchairs and... Sold for £2,400

Lot 860: A Yamaha upright piano, model M108N, serial no. E247882, in mahogany case, 148 x 53 x 108cms (58 x ... Sold for £680

Lot 862: A set of six single and two arm Hepplewhite style mahogany dining chairs, the serpentine cresting... Sold for £300

Lot 863: A Georgian style serpentine front mahogany sideboard, the raised shelf back with tambour slide,... Sold for £210

Lot 864: A mahogany bowfront sideboard, with small raised back, fitted an arrangement of six short drawers... Sold for £100

Lot 865: A Georgian mahogany chest of four long graduated drawers, the rectangular top decorated with... Sold for £380

Lot 866: Eight George III mahogany dining chairs, each with horizontal top rail over three reeded uprights, ... Sold for £700

Lot 867: An early 18th Century walnut marble top side table, the white engraved composite marble shaped top ... Sold for £19,000

Lot 870: An early 20th Century mahogany glazed bijouterie table display cabinet, with hinged cover, raised... Sold for £150

Lot 871: A marble torchere, probably Italian, early 20th Century, the green and white veined marble square... Sold for £420

Lot 872: A George III mahogany chest of drawers, of small size, probably c.1900, rectangular top above two... Sold for £250

Lot 873: A George III style mahogany three pillar dining table, early 20th Century, with two D-ends,... Sold for £750

Lot 874: A George IV mahogany four division Canterbury, with dished dividers, slim drawer to one side only, ... Sold for £100

Lot 875: A pair of 19th Century mahogany D-shaped side tables, formerly the ends of a Georgian dining table,... Sold for £300

Lot 876: A North Italian olivewood and rosewood veneered commode, the rectangular top with banding and... Sold for £1,100

Lot 877: A Victorian mahogany rectangular small side table, with single drawer, 91 x 74cms (35 x 28in.)... Sold for £180

Lot 878: A mahogany and banded bowfront side table, early 19th Century and later, with three-quarter... Sold for £400

Lot 879: A Chinese carved and pierced hardwood fish tank/vase stand, c.1900, 47cms (18 1/2in.) high. Sold for £100

Lot 880: A Regency twisted wirework plant stand, with two demilune graduated tiers on scrolled feet, 119.5... Sold for £280

Lot 881: A George III style mahogany serpentine front card table, the fold-over top with baize lined... Sold for £70

Lot 883: A Regency mahogany occasional table, the rounded rectangular top raised on lyre-shaped supports on ... Sold for £700

Lot 884: A set of nine Regency ebonised beech and canework dining chairs (includes one carver), each with... Sold for £2,200

Lot 885: A set of six Regency black lacquered painted and canework beechwood elbow chairs, the... Sold for £1,100

Lot 886: A George III mahogany serpentine fronted tea table, the hinged folding top above chamfered shaped... Sold for £120

Lot 887: A Georgian mahogany three-tier dumb waiter, the dished graduated tiers raised on turned columns,... Sold for £90

Lot 888: A 19th Century papier mache tray, with gilt chinoiserie decoration, raised on a later black... Sold for £80

Lot 889: A French mahogany fauteuil, probably early 19th Century, with fluted outward leaning uprights,... Sold for £130

Lot 890: A Louis XVI walnut and inlaid marquetry commode, the red, grey and white veined marble top with... Sold for £1,800

Lot 891: A Victorian oval black papier mache tray, with mother-of-pearl and gilt foliate decoration, raised ... Sold for £90

Lot 892: A Victorian tole painted metal log bin, with mother-of-pearl foliate designs, 48 x 53cms (19 x... Sold for £150

Lot 893: A Victorian gold painted and needlework footstool, rectangular, with floral needlework top and... Sold for £90

Lot 894: A 19th Century brushed steel pierced fender, decorated with scroll and leaf design, 113cms (44... Sold for £110

Lot 895: A George III mahogany ''silver'' table, the rectangular top above plain frieze, raised on... Sold for £100

Lot 896: A late Georgian mahogany pier table, the D-shaped richly figured and broadly crossbanded top... Sold for £280

Lot 897: A late Georgian mahogany, satinwood and poker work card table, the D-shaped folding top with a... Sold for £180

Lot 898: A French figured walnut petit commode, early 20th Century, fitted a small brushing slide over two... Sold for £150

Lot 900: A Victorian mahogany twin pedestal writing desk, the rectangular top with inset tooled leather... Sold for £780

Lot 901: A Victorian walnut framed large stool, the rectangular seat with gross point work upholstery... Sold for £350

Lot 902: A George III mahogany D-shaped side table, with satinwood crossbanding and ebony stringing,... Sold for £300

Lot 903: A matched pair of early 18th Century and later walnut pier glasses, each of arched form, the upper ... Sold for £1,200

Lot 904: A George III mahogany bowfront chest, the broadly crossbanded and ebony strung top above four long ... Sold for £350

Lot 904A: A pair of Louis XV style white metal wall sconces, 33cms (13in.). Sold for £70

Lot 905A: A Louis XV style gilt bronze six-branch chandelier, 47 x 53cms (18 x 21in.) high. Sold for £70

Lot 905: A mahogany and floral marquetry inlaid table á ecrire, of small size, with single drawer to the... Sold for £60

Lot 906: A walnut chest-on-stand, c.1740 and later, the upper section with ogee moulded cornice over two... Sold for £380

Lot 907: A large Victorian overmantel mirror, surmounted by a cabouchon and acanthus leaf scrolls, foliate... Sold for £420

Lot 908: A 19th Century mahogany kneehole desk, by Lambert, York, fitted seven drawers around an alcove... Sold for £450

Lot 914: A Jaeger LeCoultre 'Marina' alarm clock, c.1960's, Model No. 2173, with plexiglass rectangular... Sold for £280

Lot 915: Jaeger LeCoultre: an Atmos clock, with enamelled arabic and dagger numerals, visible escapement,... Sold for £380

Lot 916: Brady & Martin, Newcastle on Tyne: a Victorian ship's barometer, with silvered register and... Sold for £180

Lot 917: A late 19th Century French pieced brass bracket clock, with enamelled roman numerals, the two... Sold for £140

Lot 918: A Victorian mahogany longcase clock, with painted roman dial, indistinctly signed by Huddersfield... Sold for £90

Lot 920: A late 19th Century Vienna style timepiece, in walnut and ebonised case, with enamelled roman dial,... Sold for £120

Lot 921: Adams, London: a 19th Century mahogany bracket clock, the painted roman dial inscribed ''Adams, 81 ... Sold for £620

Lot 922: Jaeger LeCoultre: a gilt brass Atmos clock, the enamelled dial with arrow markers and arabic... Sold for £520

Lot 924: A late 19th Century wall timepiece, the repainted roman dial with inner alphabetical track,... Sold for £280

Lot 925: Badische Uhrenfabrik: a brass anniversary clock with, glass dome, 29cms (11 1/2in.). Sold for £40

Lot 926: Savory, London: a 19th Century brass skeleton clock, with silvered roman chapter ring, and single... Sold for £450

Lot 927: An Arts & Crafts inlaid mahogany mantel clock, with drum movement and platform cylinder style... Sold for £130

Lot 928: An mahogany bracket clock, German late 19th/early 20th Century, silvered roman dial with... Sold for £110

Lot 929: A 19th Century French skeleton clock of simple form, the movement with circular enameled roman... Sold for £110

Lot 930: Clidsdale, London: a handsome George III mahogany longcase clock, the brass dial with silvered... Sold for £3,100

Lot 931: A French Empire ormolu, bronze and white marble mantel timepiece, the circular enamelled roman... Sold for £1,200

Lot 932: Edmond Johnson Ltd., Dublin: an early 20th Century mahogany cased mantel clock, the silvered roman ... Sold for £300

Lot 933: D. and J. Wellby Ltd., London: a Victorian inlaid mahogany bracket clock, with silvered arabic... Sold for £80

Lot 934: A Victorian bass skeleton clock, with pierced silvered roman dial, single fusee movement on shaped ... Sold for £220

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