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Lot 1

A pair of Chinese green-glazed biscuit porcelain jars and covers, late 19th century, each of ovoid form with domed cover, modelled in relief with acorns, leaves, flowers and tendrils, green-glazed bases unmarked (losses and damage to both). 20cm, £100-150
A pair of Chinese green-glazed biscuit porcelain jars and covers, late 19th century, each of ovoid form with domed cover, modelled in relief with acorns, leaves, flowers and tendrils, green-glazed bases unmarked (losses and damage to both). 20cm, £100-150

Lot 2

A Satsuma bowl, early 20th century, with scalloped rim, painted to the interior and exterior with birds, blossoming boughs and flowers, with red seal mark to base. 9cm by 21.5cm, £70-90
A Satsuma bowl, early 20th century, with scalloped rim, painted to the interior and exterior with birds, blossoming boughs and flowers, with red seal mark to base. 9cm by 21.5cm, £70-90

Lot 3

A Peking glass baluster form vase, in yellow, decorated in relief with a dragon and figures by a pine tree, with engraved seal mark to base. 26cm, £100-150
A Peking glass baluster form vase, in yellow, decorated in relief with a dragon and figures by a pine tree, with engraved seal mark to base. 26cm, £100-150

Lot 4

A Chinese embroidered silk shawl, c. 1920/30, worked in polychrome threads with butterflies, flowers and budding tendrils against a black ground, with knotted and tasselled fringe. Approx. 112cm square excluding fringe. , £60-80
A Chinese embroidered silk shawl, c. 1920/30, worked in polychrome threads with butterflies, flowers and budding tendrils against a black ground, with knotted and tasselled fringe. Approx. 112cm square excluding fringe. , £60-80

Lot 5

A pair of Japanese cloisonne enamel vases, each of baluster form with everted rim, decorated with birds perched on blossoming boughs against a turquoise blue ground, unmarked, each on a carved hardwood stand. Excluding stands 31cm, £120-180
A pair of Japanese cloisonne enamel vases, each of baluster form with everted rim, decorated with birds perched on blossoming boughs against a turquoise blue ground, unmarked, each on a carved hardwood stand. Excluding stands 31cm, £120-180

Lot 6

A fine Chinese Export carved ivory work box, Canton, c. 1800, the rectangular box and lift-off cover densely carved with a multitude of figures at leisure amongst pavilions and pine trees, on horseback, in boats, playing instruments, holding fans and in conversation, within imitation bamboo borders, the interior fitted with a two-handled lift-out tray and containing a number of ivory sewing utensils and fittings. 10cm by 27.5cm by 17.5cm. Provenance: a private Italian collection and thence by descent. , £1000-1500
A fine Chinese Export carved ivory work box, Canton, c. 1800, the rectangular box and lift-off cover densely carved with a multitude of figures at leisure amongst pavilions and pine trees, on horseback, in boats, playing instruments, holding fans and in conversation, within imitation bamboo borders, the interior fitted with a two-handled lift-out tray and containing a number of ivory sewing utensils and fittings. 10cm by 27.5cm by 17.5cm. Provenance: a private Italian collection and thence by descent. , £1000-1500

Lot 7

A Chinese glass or rock crystal model of a kylin, 20th century, on a carved hardwood stand. Excluding stand 12.5cm by 19.5cm, £100-150
A Chinese glass or rock crystal model of a kylin, 20th century, on a carved hardwood stand. Excluding stand 12.5cm by 19.5cm, £100-150

Lot 8

Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III), a pair of woodblock prints, in inks and colours, one of three figures under a blossoming tree, the other a woman and child in an interior (both probably from a triptych print). (2) 34cm by 22.5cm and 34.5cm by 23cm, £100-150
Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III), a pair of woodblock prints, in inks and colours, one of three figures under a blossoming tree, the other a woman and child in an interior (both probably from a triptych print). (2) 34cm by 22.5cm and 34.5cm by 23cm, £100-150

Lot 9

Utagawa Yoshitora, Fighting Scene with a Chain, woodblock print in ink and colours; together with Toyokuni III Utagawa, Woman with Doll, woodblock print in ink and colours; and a woodblock print, possibly a book illustrtaion, of a vase and flower. (3) 35cm by 23cm and 34.5cm by 23cm and 18.5cm by 25cm, £100-150
Utagawa Yoshitora, Fighting Scene with a Chain, woodblock print in ink and colours; together with Toyokuni III Utagawa, Woman with Doll, woodblock print in ink and colours; and a woodblock print, possibly a book illustrtaion, of a vase and flower. (3) 35cm by 23cm and 34.5cm by 23cm and 18.5cm by 25cm, £100-150

Lot 10

A Chinese red cinnabar lacquer box and cover, c. 1900, of shaped rectangular form, the lift-off cover decorated with children at play in a wooded landscape. 5.5cm by 15cm by 10.75cm, £60-80
A Chinese red cinnabar lacquer box and cover, c. 1900, of shaped rectangular form, the lift-off cover decorated with children at play in a wooded landscape. 5.5cm by 15cm by 10.75cm, £60-80

Lot 11

Takahashi Hiroaki (Shotei, 1871-1944), A Moonlit River, woodblock print, with calligraphy and red seal mark, framed. 16cm by 36.5cm, £60-80
Takahashi Hiroaki (Shotei, 1871-1944), A Moonlit River, woodblock print, with calligraphy and red seal mark, framed. 16cm by 36.5cm, £60-80

Lot 12

A Chinese scroll painting, Two Carp, ink on paper, with calligraphy and stamped red seal marks (image 120cm by 33cm); together with another scroll painting, A Mountainous Landscape, with calligraphy and red seal marks (image 105cm by 42cm).(2), £80-120
A Chinese scroll painting, Two Carp, ink on paper, with calligraphy and stamped red seal marks (image 120cm by 33cm); together with another scroll painting, A Mountainous Landscape, with calligraphy and red seal marks (image 105cm by 42cm).(2), £80-120

Lot 13

A Sino-Tibetan hardstone snuff bottle, the cover and body mounted in gilt-metal with cabochons in coral, turquoise and coloured stones. Height 8.5cm, £60-80
A Sino-Tibetan hardstone snuff bottle, the cover and body mounted in gilt-metal with cabochons in coral, turquoise and coloured stones. Height 8.5cm, £60-80

Lot 14

A Chinese embroidered silk lady's evening shawl, early 20th century, worked in polychrome threads with flowerheads and scrolling leafing branches against an off-white ground, within a broad knotted and tasselled fringe. Including fringe c. 190cm square, £100-200
A Chinese embroidered silk lady

Lot 15

A Chinese Export porcelain tureen on stand, the circular tureen with shallow domed cover and entwined handles (one a/f), on a circular stand, decorated in pink and gilt with dragons, chip to stand, small rim chips, unmarked. 12cm by 20.25cm, £80-120
A Chinese Export porcelain tureen on stand, the circular tureen with shallow domed cover and entwined handles (one a/f), on a circular stand, decorated in pink and gilt with dragons, chip to stand, small rim chips, unmarked. 12cm by 20.25cm, £80-120

Lot 16

A painted and coloured leaded glass panel, c. 1900, rectangular, centred by an opaque glass section painted with a bird hovering over a nest, within a frame of shaped red and amber glass pieces. Overall 32cm by 23cm, £70-100
A painted and coloured leaded glass panel, c. 1900, rectangular, centred by an opaque glass section painted with a bird hovering over a nest, within a frame of shaped red and amber glass pieces. Overall 32cm by 23cm, £70-100

Lot 17

Robin Welch (1936-2019), a stoneware vase, of tapering circular form, textured with "volcanic" banding, impressed mark. 23.5cm by 25cm, £100-150
Robin Welch (1936-2019), a stoneware vase, of tapering circular form, textured with "volcanic" banding, impressed mark. 23.5cm by 25cm, £100-150

Lot 18

Margaret Struckmeier (Scottish. b. 1962), a pair of semi-earthenware plates, of irregular shape, slab-built, with slip geometric decoration, signed to the base and dated 1987. (2) Approx. 24cm by 25cm, £80-120
Margaret Struckmeier (Scottish. b. 1962), a pair of semi-earthenware plates, of irregular shape, slab-built, with slip geometric decoration, signed to the base and dated 1987. (2) Approx. 24cm by 25cm, £80-120

Lot 19

Janet Leach (American, 1918-1997), a large studio pottery charger, impressed seal marks. Diameter 37cm, £100-200
Janet Leach (American, 1918-1997), a large studio pottery charger, impressed seal marks. Diameter 37cm, £100-200

Lot 20

Margery Clinton (1931-2005), two lustre-glazed pottery eggs, one in mottled blue, the other gold, one with monogram and dated 1980, together with a shaped rectangular plate with lustre-glazed floral decoration (repair). (3) 9.5cm and 10cm and 38cm by 30cm, £80-120
Margery Clinton (1931-2005), two lustre-glazed pottery eggs, one in mottled blue, the other gold, one with monogram and dated 1980, together with a shaped rectangular plate with lustre-glazed floral decoration (repair). (3) 9.5cm and 10cm and 38cm by 30cm, £80-120

Lot 21

Catherine Hough (British, Contemporary), a studio glass vase, of cylindrical form, with wavy rim, part satin and clear glass, signed. 15cm, £60-80
Catherine Hough (British, Contemporary), a studio glass vase, of cylindrical form, with wavy rim, part satin and clear glass, signed. 15cm, £60-80

Lot 22

Norman Stuart Clarke (British, Contemporary), two studio glass vases; the first cylindrical with broad everted rim, decorated with stylised plant forms against a pink ground, the other, of shaped spherical form, similarly decorated, each signed. (2) 20cm and 16cm, £100-150
Norman Stuart Clarke (British, Contemporary), two studio glass vases; the first cylindrical with broad everted rim, decorated with stylised plant forms against a pink ground, the other, of shaped spherical form, similarly decorated, each signed. (2) 20cm and 16cm, £100-150

Lot 23

Arlon Bayliss (b. 1957), a studio glass vase, of shaped spherical form, with bubble inclusions and graduating from opaque to caramel in colour, signed. 18cm, £60-80
Arlon Bayliss (b. 1957), a studio glass vase, of shaped spherical form, with bubble inclusions and graduating from opaque to caramel in colour, signed. 18cm, £60-80

Lot 24

Siddy Langley (British, Contemporary), a studio glass vase, of cylindrical form, iridescent, with naturalistic decoration in shades of pale celadon, pink and gilt. signed to the base. 14cm, £80-120
Siddy Langley (British, Contemporary), a studio glass vase, of cylindrical form, iridescent, with naturalistic decoration in shades of pale celadon, pink and gilt. signed to the base. 14cm, £80-120

Lot 25

A Wemyss Ware ink stand, of heart shape, with twin covered inkwells, painted with floral sprays, impressed marks (repair to one knop on well cover). 7cm by 20cm by 18cm, £80-120
A Wemyss Ware ink stand, of heart shape, with twin covered inkwells, painted with floral sprays, impressed marks (repair to one knop on well cover). 7cm by 20cm by 18cm, £80-120

Lot 26

Simon Moore (British, b. 1959) a studio glass centre bowl, banded in green and pink, signed. Diameter 30.5cm, £50-70
Simon Moore (British, b. 1959) a studio glass centre bowl, banded in green and pink, signed. Diameter 30.5cm, £50-70

Lot 27

A cut-glass sweetmeat jar and cover, 19th century, the stepped domed cover with fluted mushroom knop, the body with diamond hobnail cutting, raised on a waisted faceted stem and square foot (chip to corner of foot). Height 29.5cm, £80-120
A cut-glass sweetmeat jar and cover, 19th century, the stepped domed cover with fluted mushroom knop, the body with diamond hobnail cutting, raised on a waisted faceted stem and square foot (chip to corner of foot). Height 29.5cm, £80-120

Lot 28

A pair of Regency cut-glass candlesticks, early 19th century, each with thumb-cut baluster candle-cup on a knopped baluster stem, over a broad thumb-cut circular base. Height 30.25cm, £150-200
A pair of Regency cut-glass candlesticks, early 19th century, each with thumb-cut baluster candle-cup on a knopped baluster stem, over a broad thumb-cut circular base. Height 30.25cm, £150-200

Lot 29

An early 20th century Royal Crown Derby vase and cover of "Warwick" shape, in Imari pattern no. 6299, printed marks, date code for 1901 and shape no. 1286. 20cm by 29cm, £100-150
An early 20th century Royal Crown Derby vase and cover of "Warwick" shape, in Imari pattern no. 6299, printed marks, date code for 1901 and shape no. 1286. 20cm by 29cm, £100-150

Lot 30

A pair of rare Minton porcelain novelty sweetmeat baskets, third quarter 19th century, each modelled with a dog seated on it's haunches, with removable head, the paws resting on a basket, all supported on a tasselled cushion, painted in characteristic blue, highlighted with gilding, each with incised marks including "Minton", one with date code for 1866 (hairline cracks to base of one). 15cm by 14.5cm by 9cm, £600-800
A pair of rare Minton porcelain novelty sweetmeat baskets, third quarter 19th century, each modelled with a dog seated on it

Lot 31

Lalique, a large modern clear and frosted glass sculpture of a Chinese Dragon, with etched mark "Lalique France" and original retail label. Length 30cm, £200-300
Lalique, a large modern clear and frosted glass sculpture of a Chinese Dragon, with etched mark "Lalique France" and original retail label. Length 30cm, £200-300

Lot 32

Lorraine Fernie (b. 1941), two figural wall plaques, each in relief, polychrome glazed, with impressed maker's marks. (2) 56cm and 49cm. Provenance: acquired from the potter at Adam Pottery, Edinburgh 1993. , £100-150
Lorraine Fernie (b. 1941), two figural wall plaques, each in relief, polychrome glazed, with impressed maker

Lot 33

Lorraine Fernie (b. 1941), a pair of glazed stoneware handles or towel holders, each modelled with a mask and in blue/green mottled glazes, one with impressed maker's mark. (2) 28cm and 24.5cm. Provenance: with Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh, c. 1993. , £60-90
Lorraine Fernie (b. 1941), a pair of glazed stoneware handles or towel holders, each modelled with a mask and in blue/green mottled glazes, one with impressed maker

Lot 34

Lorraine Fernie (b. 1941), Female Figure, unglazed, hand-built. Height 56cm. Provenance: acquired from the potter at Adam Pottery, Edinburgh, 1993. , £80-120
Lorraine Fernie (b. 1941), Female Figure, unglazed, hand-built. Height 56cm. Provenance: acquired from the potter at Adam Pottery, Edinburgh, 1993. , £80-120

Lot 35

Lorraine Fernie (b. 1941), a set of four hand-painted clay tiles, each decorated with a female figure and signed lower right. (4) Largest 34cm square. Provenance: acquired from the potter at Adam Pottery, Edinburgh, 1993., £80-120
Lorraine Fernie (b. 1941), a set of four hand-painted clay tiles, each decorated with a female figure and signed lower right. (4) Largest 34cm square. Provenance: acquired from the potter at Adam Pottery, Edinburgh, 1993., £80-120

Lot 36

Pauline Zelinski (British, Contemporary), two ceramic pieces comprising an oval serving platter, polychrome painted in a geometric design; together with a bowl with similar decoration, each with painted signature to the base. (2) 38cm by 46cm and 23cm diameter. Provenance: with Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh 1997. , £100-150
Pauline Zelinski (British, Contemporary), two ceramic pieces comprising an oval serving platter, polychrome painted in a geometric design; together with a bowl with similar decoration, each with painted signature to the base. (2) 38cm by 46cm and 23cm diameter. Provenance: with Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh 1997. , £100-150

Lot 37

David Frith (British, b. 1943), Brookhouse Pottery, a very large square dish, slab-built and in a celadon glaze with painted decoration, impressed marks. 52cm square. Provenance: with Arc Gallery, Chester, 1997. , £80-120
David Frith (British, b. 1943), Brookhouse Pottery, a very large square dish, slab-built and in a celadon glaze with painted decoration, impressed marks. 52cm square. Provenance: with Arc Gallery, Chester, 1997. , £80-120

Lot 38

David R. Taylor (Contemporary), a stoneware tazza, incised and in relief with naturalistic patterns, painted mark to the base. 22cm by 37cm. Provenance: acquired from the potter, Coach House Ceramics, Neilston, c. 1995. , £50-70
David R. Taylor (Contemporary), a stoneware tazza, incised and in relief with naturalistic patterns, painted mark to the base. 22cm by 37cm. Provenance: acquired from the potter, Coach House Ceramics, Neilston, c. 1995. , £50-70

Lot 39

A Meissen porcelain model of a seated foal, 20th century, glazed in the white, underglaze blue crossed swords mark, incised mark including "Weiss" and model no. A 1195. Length 22.5cm, £80-120
A Meissen porcelain model of a seated foal, 20th century, glazed in the white, underglaze blue crossed swords mark, incised mark including "Weiss" and model no. A 1195. Length 22.5cm, £80-120

Lot 40

A Minton Secessionist No. 8 twin-handled vase, painted in a palette of red, green and mustard, impressed and printed marks. 25.5cm, £120-180
A Minton Secessionist No. 8 twin-handled vase, painted in a palette of red, green and mustard, impressed and printed marks. 25.5cm, £120-180

Lot 41

A late 19th century large gilt-decorated glass goblet, the bowl with gilt Japanese-inspired floral decoration, on a knopped stem, over a spreading foot. 28.5cm, £60-80
A late 19th century large gilt-decorated glass goblet, the bowl with gilt Japanese-inspired floral decoration, on a knopped stem, over a spreading foot. 28.5cm, £60-80

Lot 42

A German silver-gilt mounted porcelain snuff box, 19th century, in 18th century style, rectangular, painted to the cover and sides with courting couples in landscapes, stamped marks to the rim. 2.75cm by 8.5cm by 4.75cm, £100-150
A German silver-gilt mounted porcelain snuff box, 19th century, in 18th century style, rectangular, painted to the cover and sides with courting couples in landscapes, stamped marks to the rim. 2.75cm by 8.5cm by 4.75cm, £100-150

Lot 43

A mid-19th century English dessert service, possibly Minton, comprising eleven plates and four lozenge shaped serving dishes, each painted with floral sprays between cobalt reserves with crossed feathers, pattern no. 4810, stamped retailer's mark for Thomas Goode & Co., London (15 pieces). Plates 20.5cm, £150-200
A mid-19th century English dessert service, possibly Minton, comprising eleven plates and four lozenge shaped serving dishes, each painted with floral sprays between cobalt reserves with crossed feathers, pattern no. 4810, stamped retailer

Lot 44

An unusual English 19th century partial dessert service, comprising a pair of tazzas and four plates, each hand-painted with differing birds of prey, within gilt-highlighted scalloped turquoise borders, two named to the underside, "Neophron" and "King Vulture", several pieces bearing pattern no. 431, and each with registration diamond for 1874. Tazzas 8cm by 23cm, £80-120
An unusual English 19th century partial dessert service, comprising a pair of tazzas and four plates, each hand-painted with differing birds of prey, within gilt-highlighted scalloped turquoise borders, two named to the underside, "Neophron" and "King Vulture", several pieces bearing pattern no. 431, and each with registration diamond for 1874. Tazzas 8cm by 23cm, £80-120

Lot 45

A set of ten Meissen fruit-painted dessert plates, 20th century, each decorated to the well with differing fruit sprays, within gilt wavy rims, underglaze blue mark and impressed numerals (10). 19cm, £150-250
A set of ten Meissen fruit-painted dessert plates, 20th century, each decorated to the well with differing fruit sprays, within gilt wavy rims, underglaze blue mark and impressed numerals (10). 19cm, £150-250

Lot 46

A German porcelain model of a bird, modelled perched on a stump, with blue crossed swords mark surmounted by an "A". 15cm, £60-80
A German porcelain model of a bird, modelled perched on a stump, with blue crossed swords mark surmounted by an "A". 15cm, £60-80

Lot 47

A 19th century South-East Asian gilt-metal short sword, possibly Siam (Thailand) or Burma, the elephant-head pommel set with ruby glass eyes, over a chequered grip, the guard modelled as twin dragons, with floral engraved decoration, over a plain steel blade within a gilt-metal scabbard with engraved stylised foliate mounts. Length overall 56cm, blade 40cm, £80-120
A 19th century South-East Asian gilt-metal short sword, possibly Siam (Thailand) or Burma, the elephant-head pommel set with ruby glass eyes, over a chequered grip, the guard modelled as twin dragons, with floral engraved decoration, over a plain steel blade within a gilt-metal scabbard with engraved stylised foliate mounts. Length overall 56cm, blade 40cm, £80-120

Lot 48

A World War II 3rd Pattern Fairbairn-Sykes 'B2' Commando fighting knife, the hilt with ribbed grip, the oval cross guard stamped 'B2', the pommel embossed with a '2', over a double edged blade, in a brown leather scabbard with square chape, with leather tangs. Blade length 16.75cm, £250-350
A World War II 3rd Pattern Fairbairn-Sykes

Lot 49

A Chinese "Jian" short sword, 19th century, with fluted wooden grip above shou crosspiece, with double-edged steel blade, in a tortoiseshell veneered wooden scabbard (losses) with engraved brass mounts. Overall 60cm, blade 42.5cm, £80-120
A Chinese "Jian" short sword, 19th century, with fluted wooden grip above shou crosspiece, with double-edged steel blade, in a tortoiseshell veneered wooden scabbard (losses) with engraved brass mounts. Overall 60cm, blade 42.5cm, £80-120

Lot 50

A late 19th century painted and embroidered silk and abalone fan, probably French, painted with insects and flowers and further worked in polychrome threads with flowers, the guards and blades in a pink-ish shell, suspending a silk tassel, boxed. Length excluding tassel 28.5cm, £100-150
A late 19th century painted and embroidered silk and abalone fan, probably French, painted with insects and flowers and further worked in polychrome threads with flowers, the guards and blades in a pink-ish shell, suspending a silk tassel, boxed. Length excluding tassel 28.5cm, £100-150

Lot 51

Masonic interest: a pair of painted wooden "broken" columns, one inscribed to the plinth "Hope", the other "Charity". 58cm, £80-120
Masonic interest: a pair of painted wooden "broken" columns, one inscribed to the plinth "Hope", the other "Charity". 58cm, £80-120

Lot 52

Harris (John & Wallis, John, publishers), "Historical Pastime or a New Game of the History of England from the Conquest to the Accession of George the Third," pub. J. Harris & J. Wallis, December 1st, 1803, hand-coloured engraving, comprising 157 circles, terminating in an oval portrait of King George III, divided into twelve sections and mounted on linen, 565 x 535mm together with 47 page booklet "Rules and Directions for Playing the Historical Game...", pub. J. Harris & J. Wallis, 1806, in original buff wrappers with printed oval label to upper cover, housed together in original cardboard slipcase, with printed paper label, rubbed and worn, £200-300
Harris (John & Wallis, John, publishers), "Historical Pastime or a New Game of the History of England from the Conquest to the Accession of George the Third," pub. J. Harris & J. Wallis, December 1st, 1803, hand-coloured engraving, comprising 157 circles, terminating in an oval portrait of King George III, divided into twelve sections and mounted on linen, 565 x 535mm together with 47 page booklet "Rules and Directions for Playing the Historical Game...", pub. J. Harris & J. Wallis, 1806, in original buff wrappers with printed oval label to upper cover, housed together in original cardboard slipcase, with printed paper label, rubbed and worn, £200-300

Lot 53

Mont Blanc: a Boheme propelling pencil with red stone to the clip, boxed; together with a Meisterstuck Classique ballpoint pen, boxed with Service Guide (2), £100-150
Mont Blanc: a Boheme propelling pencil with red stone to the clip, boxed; together with a Meisterstuck Classique ballpoint pen, boxed with Service Guide (2), £100-150

Lot 54

Mont Blanc: a platinum-coated Hommage a Mozart mini (small size) ballpoint pen, boxed with service booklet; together with a Meisterstuck Classique ballpoint pen, boxed with service booklet. (2), £100-150
Mont Blanc: a platinum-coated Hommage a Mozart mini (small size) ballpoint pen, boxed with service booklet; together with a Meisterstuck Classique ballpoint pen, boxed with service booklet. (2), £100-150

Lot 55

Mont Blanc: a Meisterstuck rose gold-plated LeGrand ballpoint pen, boxed with service booklet. , £80-120
Mont Blanc: a Meisterstuck rose gold-plated LeGrand ballpoint pen, boxed with service booklet. , £80-120

Lot 56

Parker: a set of three 9ct gold pens comprising fountain pen, ballpoint pen and propelling pencil, each with engine-turned decoration, the fountain pen and pencil engraved with a monogram, each stamped 375. (3), £300-500
Parker: a set of three 9ct gold pens comprising fountain pen, ballpoint pen and propelling pencil, each with engine-turned decoration, the fountain pen and pencil engraved with a monogram, each stamped 375. (3), £300-500

Lot 57

A group of German O Gauge tinplate rolling stock, early 20th century, Marklin and Gebruder Bing (GBN), several pieces retailed by Gamages, comprising two large bogie coaches (Marklin), two small bogie coaches, two brake vans (GBN), one brake van by Marklin, one flat truck (GBN) and one coach body (GBN), with a small quantity of track (a group), £150-200
A group of German O Gauge tinplate rolling stock, early 20th century, Marklin and Gebruder Bing (GBN), several pieces retailed by Gamages, comprising two large bogie coaches (Marklin), two small bogie coaches, two brake vans (GBN), one brake van by Marklin, one flat truck (GBN) and one coach body (GBN), with a small quantity of track (a group), £150-200

Lot 58

A large model SE5A bi-plane, paper over a wooden carcass, with 4 stroke engine. Length 110cm, £200-300
A large model SE5A bi-plane, paper over a wooden carcass, with 4 stroke engine. Length 110cm, £200-300

Lot 59

An Inuit carved soapstone model of a walrus, modelled in recumbent pose, bearing paper label "...Nipigon Studios, Toronto, Ontario...". Length 22cm, £70-90
An Inuit carved soapstone model of a walrus, modelled in recumbent pose, bearing paper label "...Nipigon Studios, Toronto, Ontario...". Length 22cm, £70-90

Lot 60

Pitcairn Islands: a carved wooden walking stick, with sea bird handle, engraved "Pitcairn Island". Length 88cm, £60-80
Pitcairn Islands: a carved wooden walking stick, with sea bird handle, engraved "Pitcairn Island". Length 88cm, £60-80

Lot 61

Negretti & Zambra, a large advertising "thermometer", c. 1920, printed in gilt and colours with company name and crest and inscribed "For Pyrometers, Distance Thermometers......Depth Gauges..." etc. Height excluding wall mounts 50cm, £80-120
Negretti & Zambra, a large  advertising "thermometer", c. 1920, printed in gilt and colours with company name and crest and inscribed "For Pyrometers, Distance Thermometers......Depth Gauges..." etc. Height excluding wall mounts 50cm, £80-120

Lot 62

A pair of West African bronze arm guards or cuffs, possibly Benin, each worked with concentric ridged bands and geometric half-moon borders. Height 16cm, £100-150
A pair of West African bronze arm guards or cuffs, possibly Benin, each worked with concentric ridged bands and geometric half-moon borders. Height 16cm, £100-150

Lot 63

A small African bronze decorative mask, possibly Baule, cast with bulging eyes and elaborate headdress: a bronze spouted vessel on tripod base; and a small bronze model of a Mandarin duck. (3) First 13cm by 8cm, £80-120
A small African bronze decorative mask, possibly Baule, cast with bulging eyes and elaborate headdress: a bronze spouted vessel on tripod base; and a small bronze model of a Mandarin duck. (3) First 13cm by 8cm, £80-120

Lot 64

A coconut shell and carved wooden ladle, possibly Papua, New Guinea, the handle carved in relief with scrolls; together with two other carved wooden ladles. (3) First 33cm, £80-120
A coconut shell and carved wooden ladle, possibly Papua, New Guinea, the handle carved in relief with scrolls; together with two other carved wooden ladles. (3) First 33cm, £80-120

Lot 65

A group of ethnographia comprising: a gourd vessel, with leather strap handle and decorated with beads, possibly Masai, Kenya; a fly whisk with woven handle; a short wooden club; and a plaited metal spoon (4). First 52cm, £80-120
A group of ethnographia comprising: a gourd vessel, with leather strap handle and decorated with beads, possibly Masai, Kenya; a fly whisk with woven handle; a short wooden club; and a plaited metal spoon (4). First 52cm, £80-120

Lot 66

An early 20th century silver-mounted tortoiseshell and bamboo walking cane, the handle modelled in tortoiseshell as a duck's head, the silver collar hallmarked for London 1927. Length 95cm, £80-120
An early 20th century silver-mounted tortoiseshell and bamboo walking cane, the handle modelled in tortoiseshell as a duck

Lot 67

A large neon advertising sign for Riley Cars, in a lozenge-shaped frame. 59cm by 102cm, £400-600 (For display purposes only)

<p>A large neon advertising sign for Riley Cars, in a lozenge-shaped frame. 59cm by 102cm, £400-600 (For display purposes only)</p>

Lot 68

A carved stone mortar, roughly-hewn, with hollowed-out well, possibly Bronze Age. 15cm by 21cm by 16cm. Note: we understand from the vendor that the mortar was found in the Orkney Isles. , £60-80
A carved stone mortar, roughly-hewn, with hollowed-out well, possibly Bronze Age. 15cm by 21cm by 16cm. Note: we understand from the vendor that the mortar was found in the Orkney Isles. , £60-80

Lot 69

Stamps: a rare first issue commemorating the First Definitive Issue of Postage Stamps by the Sultanate of Muscat & Oman, 30th April 1966, the franked envelope addressed to D.N.R. Ogram Esq., Secretary, Development Department, Muscat, with a cardboard folder with twelve stamps, also dated 30th April 1966 and signed by the 13th Sultan, "With Best Wishes, Said bin Taimur". Note: Sultan Said bin Taimur (1910-72) occupied the throne from 1932 to 1970 when he was deposed by his son. , £80-120
Stamps: a rare first issue commemorating the First Definitive Issue of Postage Stamps by the Sultanate of Muscat & Oman, 30th April 1966, the franked envelope addressed to D.N.R. Ogram Esq., Secretary, Development Department, Muscat, with a cardboard folder with twelve stamps, also dated 30th April 1966 and signed by the 13th Sultan, "With Best Wishes, Said bin Taimur". Note: Sultan Said bin Taimur (1910-72) occupied the throne from 1932 to 1970 when he was deposed by his son. , £80-120

Lot 70

Bordeaux: a case of twelve bottles of Chateau Malescot St. Exupery 1974, Margaux, 73cl, good fill levels, in their original wooden case. (12), £200-300
Bordeaux: a case of twelve bottles of Chateau Malescot St. Exupery 1974, Margaux, 73cl, good fill levels, in their original wooden case. (12), £200-300

Lot 71

Whisky: Big T Scotch Whisky, produce of over five years, blended and bottled by the Tomatin Distillery Co. Ltd, 40%, 1L, 7 bottles (7), £200-300
Whisky: Big T Scotch Whisky, produce of over five years, blended and bottled by the Tomatin Distillery Co. Ltd, 40%, 1L, 7 bottles (7), £200-300

Lot 72

Whisky: Auld Acrimony, twelve year old vatted malt Scotch Whisky, 43%, 75cl, 3 bottles (3), £80-120
Whisky: Auld Acrimony, twelve year old vatted malt Scotch Whisky, 43%, 75cl, 3 bottles (3), £80-120

Lot 73

Whisky: Glenmorangie, Ten Years Old, Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 40%, 4 bottles, 70cl, probably bottled 1990's, in cylinder presentation boxes. (4), £120-180
Whisky: Glenmorangie, Ten Years Old, Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 40%, 4 bottles, 70cl, probably bottled 1990

Lot 74

Whisky: Glenmorangie, Ten Years Old, Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 40%, 4 bottles, 70cl, probably bottled 1990's, one in cylinder presentation box (packaging damaged). (4), £120-180
Whisky: Glenmorangie, Ten Years Old, Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky, 40%, 4 bottles, 70cl, probably bottled 1990

Lot 75

Bordeaux: Chateau Petrus Pomerol, 1983, 1 bottle, 75cl. , £500-700
Bordeaux: Chateau Petrus Pomerol, 1983, 1 bottle, 75cl. , £500-700

Lot 76

Vintage port: Alto Douro 1963, S.V. Borges & Irmao, 75cl, with seal. , £50-100
Vintage port: Alto Douro 1963, S.V. Borges & Irmao, 75cl, with seal. , £50-100

Lot 77

Christopher Hussey, The Works of Robert Lorimer, 1st edition, pub. 1931, illus. quarto, original cloth (lacking dustwrapper). , £150-200
Christopher Hussey, The Works of Robert Lorimer, 1st edition, pub. 1931, illus. quarto, original cloth (lacking dustwrapper). , £150-200

Lot 78

"Sangs of the Lowlands of Scotland, carefully compared with the original editions (by Alex Campbell Esq) and embellished with characteristic designs composed and engraved by the late David Allan Esq., historical painter", printed and sold by Andrew Foulis, Edinburgh, 1799, with manuscript"author page", engraved plates in part-gilt tooled leather and marbled boards. , £100-150
"Sangs of the Lowlands of Scotland, carefully compared with the original editions (by Alex Campbell Esq) and embellished with characteristic designs composed and engraved by the late David Allan Esq., historical painter", printed and sold by Andrew Foulis, Edinburgh, 1799, with manuscript"author page", engraved plates in part-gilt tooled leather and marbled boards. , £100-150

Lot 79

George Long (translator), The XII Books of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, pub. George Bell & Sons, London 1900, in a limited edition, no. 254/325, gilt-tooled red morocco boards. , £100-150
George Long (translator), The XII Books of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, pub. George Bell & Sons, London 1900, in a limited edition, no. 254/325, gilt-tooled red morocco boards. , £100-150

Lot 80

John Spotswood, The History of the Church of Scotland, pub. Royston, London 1655, folio, engraved frontspiece, one calf board lacking, the other detached. , £70-90
John Spotswood, The History of the Church of Scotland, pub. Royston, London 1655, folio, engraved frontspiece, one calf board lacking, the other detached. , £70-90

Lot 81

Sir William Fraser, "Illustrations of the Red Book of Menteith", pub. Edinburgh 1881, volume 1 (of two), red cloth with gilt, £50-70
Sir William Fraser, "Illustrations of the Red Book of Menteith", pub. Edinburgh 1881, volume 1 (of two), red cloth with gilt, £50-70

Lot 82

Alexander J. Warden, "Angus or Forfarshire, The Land and People", pub. Alexander, Dundee, c. 1880-85, 4to, copy not numbered, maps and plates, some folding, brown cloth, four volumes (of five, volume V lacking). (4), £80-120
Alexander J. Warden, "Angus or Forfarshire, The Land and People", pub. Alexander, Dundee, c. 1880-85, 4to, copy not numbered, maps and plates, some folding, brown cloth, four volumes (of five, volume V lacking). (4), £80-120

Lot 83

William Fordyce, "The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham", pub. Fullarton & Co., Newcastle 1857, two volumes, cloth boards, gilt-tooled leather spines (2), £70-100
William Fordyce, "The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham", pub. Fullarton & Co., Newcastle 1857, two volumes, cloth boards, gilt-tooled leather spines (2), £70-100

Lot 84

Sir Robin Philipson R.A., P.R.S.A., F.R.S.A., R.S.W. (Scottish, 1916-1992), Christmas Card 1987, coloured print, signed and inscribed verso, framed. 26.5cm by 21cm. Provenance: the artist Jack Firth and with The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh 2012. May be subject to ARR, £50-100
Sir Robin Philipson R.A., P.R.S.A., F.R.S.A., R.S.W. (Scottish, 1916-1992), Christmas Card 1987, coloured print, signed and inscribed verso, framed. 26.5cm by 21cm. Provenance: the artist Jack Firth and with The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh 2012. May be subject to ARR, £50-100

Lot 85

Philip Mercier (fl. late 18th Century), "East View of Edinburgh and Holy Rood House from the Kings Park", "North View of the New and Old Town of Edinburgh from Inverleith" and "Front View of Edinburgh Castle", a set of three etchings with aquatint, 1781, pub. 1782, framed. (3) Each 27.5cm by 38.5cm, £100-150
Philip Mercier (fl. late 18th Century), "East View of Edinburgh and Holy Rood House from the Kings Park", "North View of the New and Old Town of Edinburgh from Inverleith" and "Front View of Edinburgh Castle", a set of three etchings with aquatint, 1781, pub. 1782, framed. (3) Each 27.5cm by 38.5cm, £100-150

Lot 86

Alan Davie C.B.E., H.R.S.A. (Scottish, 1920-2014), Insignia for the Little White Horse, limited edition lithograph, signed in pencil, ed. 33/100, framed. Image 55cm by 69cm. Note: the original of this work was sold Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh, 17th Jan. 2018, hammer price £11,000. Note: this lot may be subject to ARR., £150-250
Alan Davie C.B.E., H.R.S.A. (Scottish, 1920-2014), Insignia for the Little White Horse, limited edition lithograph, signed in pencil, ed. 33/100, framed. Image 55cm by 69cm. Note: the original of this work was sold Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh, 17th Jan. 2018, hammer price £11,000. Note: this lot may be subject to ARR., £150-250

Lot 87

James Morrison R.S.A., R.S.W., L.L.D., (Scottish, b. 1932), Abstract Landscape, signed in pencil lower right and dated 1962, mixed media, framed. 10cm by 26.5cm. Note: may be subject to ARR, £300-400
James Morrison R.S.A., R.S.W., L.L.D., (Scottish, b. 1932), Abstract Landscape, signed in pencil lower right and dated 1962, mixed media, framed. 10cm by 26.5cm. Note: may be subject to ARR, £300-400

Lot 88

Patricia Douthwaite (Scottish, 1939-2002), "Stick Doll", crayon and oil (?) and card, signed in pencil and dated (19)76, inscribed verso "Merry Christmas / Pat Douthwaite", unframed. 18cm by 8.75cm, £100-150
Patricia Douthwaite (Scottish, 1939-2002), "Stick Doll", crayon and oil (?) and card, signed in pencil and dated (19)76, inscribed verso "Merry Christmas / Pat Douthwaite", unframed. 18cm by 8.75cm, £100-150

Lot 89

Jan Miense Molenaer (Haarlem, c. 1610-1668), A Tavern Interior with Figures Playing with a Dog, signed "J Molenaer" to the stool bottom right, oil on panel. 46.5cm by 48.5cm Provenance: Scottish Private Collection, £3000-5000
Jan Miense Molenaer (Haarlem, c. 1610-1668), A Tavern Interior with Figures Playing with a Dog, signed "J Molenaer" to the stool bottom right, oil on panel. 46.5cm by 48.5cm Provenance: Scottish Private Collection, £3000-5000

Lot 90

Attributed to Louisa Sharpe (British, 1798-1843), Portrait of a Young Lady Seated on a Sofa, unsigned, watercolour heightened with white, bearing an old paper label verso indistinctly inscribed, "Portrait of ......daughter of........Painted by Miss Sharpe in London in the year 1829", in a gilt-composition frame. 31cm by 24cm. Provenance: Scottish Private Collection, £400-600
Attributed to Louisa Sharpe (British, 1798-1843), Portrait of a Young Lady Seated on a Sofa, unsigned, watercolour heightened with white, bearing an old paper label verso indistinctly inscribed, "Portrait of ......daughter of........Painted by Miss Sharpe in London in the year 1829", in a gilt-composition frame. 31cm by 24cm. Provenance: Scottish Private Collection, £400-600

Lot 91

English School, c. 1790, Portrait of a Lady (traditionally identified as Lady Anne Ward), half-length, in a white dress and straw bonnet with a blue ribbon, oil on canvas, in a carved and gilded period frame. 76cm by 63cm. , £2000-3000
English School, c. 1790, Portrait of a Lady (traditionally identified as Lady Anne Ward), half-length, in a white dress and straw bonnet with a blue ribbon, oil on canvas, in a carved and gilded period frame. 76cm by 63cm. , £2000-3000

Lot 92

Attributed to Benjamin Wilson (1721-1788), Portrait of a Gentleman, half-length, in wig, brown coat and with lace cuff, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame. 72cm by 59cm, £300-500
Attributed to Benjamin Wilson (1721-1788), Portrait of a Gentleman, half-length, in wig, brown coat and with lace cuff, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame. 72cm by 59cm, £300-500

Lot 93

Attributed to Benjamin Wilson (1721-1788), Portrait of a Lady, half-length, in a lace-trimmed cap and dressed in black, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame (a pair to the previous lot). 72cm by 59cm, £300-500
Attributed to Benjamin Wilson (1721-1788), Portrait of a Lady, half-length, in a lace-trimmed cap and dressed in black, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame (a pair to the previous lot). 72cm by 59cm, £300-500

Lot 94

Attributed to James Saxon (fl. 1795-1828), Portrait of Colonel Russell, half-length, wearing a white stock, a book in his left hand, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame bearing a hand-written label verso identifying the sitter as "Col. Russell". 76cm by 63cm, £400-600
Attributed to James Saxon (fl. 1795-1828), Portrait of Colonel Russell, half-length, wearing a white stock, a book in his left hand, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame bearing a hand-written label verso identifying the sitter as "Col. Russell". 76cm by 63cm, £400-600

Lot 95

Attributed to James Saxon (fl. 1795-1828), Portrait of Mrs. Russell, half-length, in a white dress and red shawl, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame (a pair to the preceding lot). 75cm by 62.5cm, £600-800
Attributed to James Saxon (fl. 1795-1828), Portrait of Mrs. Russell, half-length, in a white dress and red shawl, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame (a pair to the preceding lot). 75cm by 62.5cm, £600-800

Lot 96

Charles Gustav Louis Phillips (Scottish, 1863-1944), "Loch Achray", signed lower left and dated (18)89, watercolour, in a gilt-composition frame, bearing title and attribution label. 38cm by 68cm, £250-350
Charles Gustav Louis Phillips (Scottish, 1863-1944), "Loch Achray", signed lower left and dated (18)89, watercolour, in a gilt-composition frame, bearing title and attribution label. 38cm by 68cm, £250-350

Lot 97

Dutch School, second half of the 17th century, A Lady and Gentleman, dressed as a Shepherd and Shepherdess in a Pastoral Landscape, oil on canvas, framed. 79.5cm by 123.5cm, £1000-2000
Dutch School, second half of the 17th century, A Lady and Gentleman, dressed as a Shepherd and Shepherdess in a Pastoral Landscape, oil on canvas, framed. 79.5cm by 123.5cm, £1000-2000

Lot 98

Graeme Wilcox (Scottish, b. 1967), "Faith Healer", signed and titled to the canvas verso, framed. 99cm by 110cm. Note: Wilcox is a graduate of the Glasgow School of Art. He has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally. His paintings have featured in the BP Portrait Award and The Royal Society of Portrait Painters where he won the Prince of Wales Drawing Award. In 2013, he was awarded the Painting Prize at the National Open Art Competition in London. This lot will be subject to ARR., £1500-2500
Graeme Wilcox (Scottish, b. 1967), "Faith Healer", signed and titled to the canvas verso, framed. 99cm by 110cm. Note: Wilcox is a graduate of the Glasgow School of Art. He has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally. His paintings have featured in the BP Portrait Award and The Royal Society of Portrait Painters where he won the Prince of Wales Drawing Award. In 2013, he was awarded the Painting Prize at the National Open Art Competition in London. This lot will be subject to ARR., £1500-2500

Lot 99

Nicola Broadfoot (Scottish, Contemporary), "5MA", mixed media on board, signed and titled verso. 184cm square. This lot may be subject to ARR, £200-300
Nicola Broadfoot (Scottish, Contemporary), "5MA", mixed media on board, signed and titled verso. 184cm square. This lot may be subject to ARR, £200-300

Lot 100

Gillian Birnie (Scottish, Contemporary), The Garden Chair, signed lower right and dated (19)84, oil on canvas, framed. 100cm by 90cm. Note: Gillian Birnie is the daughter of noted Scottish artist, William (Bill) Birnie (1929-2006). May be subject to ARR, £150-250
Gillian Birnie (Scottish, Contemporary), The Garden Chair, signed lower right and dated (19)84, oil on canvas, framed. 100cm by 90cm. Note: Gillian Birnie is the daughter of noted Scottish artist, William (Bill) Birnie (1929-2006). May be subject to ARR, £150-250

Lot 101

Ann Mcphail (Scottish, b. 1969), Dark Swell, oil on canvas, signed, titled and dated 1995 to the stretcher, unframed. 91cm by 76cm. This lot may be subject to ARR, £100-150
Ann Mcphail (Scottish, b. 1969), Dark Swell, oil on canvas, signed, titled and dated 1995 to the stretcher, unframed. 91cm by 76cm. This lot may be subject to ARR, £100-150

Lot 102

Peter Bourne R.S.W. (Scottish, b. 1931), The Blue Couch, signed lower right and dated (19)92, oil, framed. 64cm by 59cm Provenance: with Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh. This lot may be subject to ARR, £100-200
Peter Bourne R.S.W. (Scottish, b. 1931), The Blue Couch, signed lower right and dated (19)92, oil, framed. 64cm by 59cm Provenance: with Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh. This lot may be subject to ARR, £100-200

Lot 103

Stephen Mangan (Scottish, b. 1964), "Waiting", signed lower right, oil on canvas, framed. 29cm by 27cm. Provenance: with The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh. This lot may be subject to ARR, £300-500
Stephen Mangan (Scottish, b. 1964), "Waiting", signed lower right, oil on canvas, framed. 29cm by 27cm. Provenance: with The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh. This lot may be subject to ARR, £300-500

Lot 104

Andrew Gold (Scottish, Contemporary), Border Wood, signed verso, oil on canvas, unframed. 61cm square, £50-100
Andrew Gold (Scottish, Contemporary), Border Wood, signed verso, oil on canvas, unframed. 61cm square, £50-100

Lot 105

William Birnie R.S.W., R.G.I. (Scottish, 1929-2006), "Early Morning, Seguret", signed lower right, oil on board, framed. 24cm by 16.5cm. May be subject to ARR, £200-300
William Birnie R.S.W., R.G.I. (Scottish, 1929-2006), "Early Morning, Seguret", signed lower right, oil on board, framed. 24cm by 16.5cm. May be subject to ARR, £200-300

Lot 106

Rob Fairley (Scottish, b. 1953), "Sketch for Threnody (Annapurna III from Base Camp), watercolour, signed and dated (19)89, framed. 14.75cm by 18cm. Provenance: with The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh. May be subject to ARR, £100-150
Rob Fairley (Scottish, b. 1953), "Sketch for Threnody (Annapurna III from Base Camp), watercolour, signed and dated (19)89, framed. 14.75cm by 18cm. Provenance: with The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh. May be subject to ARR, £100-150

Lot 107

Helen Firth (Scottish, Contemporary), Conifers and Hill, monogrammed lower right, oil on canvas, framed. 24cm square. Provenance: with The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh. May be subject to ARR, £50-100
Helen Firth (Scottish, Contemporary), Conifers and Hill, monogrammed lower right, oil on canvas, framed. 24cm square. Provenance: with The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh. May be subject to ARR, £50-100

Lot 108

Joan Gillespie (Scottish, b. 1954), Market Street, Edinburgh, signed lower left, oil on board, framed. 19cm by 16cm. Provenance: with The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh. This lot may be subject to ARR, £400-600
Joan Gillespie (Scottish, b. 1954), Market Street, Edinburgh, signed lower left, oil on board, framed. 19cm by 16cm. Provenance: with The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh. This lot may be subject to ARR, £400-600

Lot 109

Brenda Lenaghan R.S.W. (Scottish, 1941-2020), "Persephone", signed lower right and dated (19)78, oil on panel, framed. 27.5cm by 18cm. May be subject to ARR, £200-300
Brenda Lenaghan R.S.W. (Scottish, 1941-2020), "Persephone", signed lower right and dated (19)78, oil on panel, framed. 27.5cm by 18cm. May be subject to ARR, £200-300

Lot 110

Helen Monro Turner (Scottish, 1901-1977), "Past Mountain and River.....Design for Silver City Airways", coloured pencil and pastel on black card, framed. 12cm by 19cm. Provenance: with the Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh 2007. Note: Turner was best known as a glass artist, having established the Department of Glass Design at Edinburgh College of Art in 1943. May be subject to ARR, £80-120
Helen Monro Turner (Scottish, 1901-1977), "Past Mountain and River.....Design for Silver City Airways", coloured pencil and pastel on black card, framed. 12cm by 19cm. Provenance: with the Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh 2007. Note: Turner was best known as a glass artist, having established the Department of Glass Design at Edinburgh College of Art in 1943. May be subject to ARR, £80-120

Lot 111

Albert L. Robson (Scottish, 20th Century), "Mellon Udrigle" (Ross-shire), signed lower left and dated (19)70, oil on board, framed. 90cm by 120cm, £100-200
Albert L. Robson (Scottish, 20th Century), "Mellon Udrigle" (Ross-shire), signed lower left and dated (19)70, oil on board, framed. 90cm by 120cm, £100-200

Lot 112

Ken Lochead (Scottish, 1936-2007), "Edinburgh Rain", a view up to New College, signed lower right and dated 1981, watercolour, framed. 24cm by 34cm, £100-150
Ken Lochead (Scottish, 1936-2007), "Edinburgh Rain", a view up to New College, signed lower right and dated 1981, watercolour, framed. 24cm by 34cm, £100-150

Lot 113

19th Century School, A Portrait of Robert Burns in his Masonic Regalia, after the etching by Charles Ewart possibly based on portraits of the artist by Alexander Nasmyth and William Stewart Watson, inscribed top left "Depute Master of St James' Lodge, Tarbolton Lodge, No. 135", oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame moulded with flowers and foliage. 74cm by 62cm, £150-250
19th Century School, A Portrait of Robert Burns in his Masonic Regalia, after the etching by Charles Ewart possibly based on portraits of the artist by Alexander Nasmyth and William Stewart Watson, inscribed top left "Depute Master of St James

Lot 114

After Giovanni Francesco Romanelli (1610-1662), A Sibyl - "Ut Non Confundar", 19th Century, oil on canvas, framed (old repairs to canvas). 103cm by 76cm , £400-600
After Giovanni Francesco Romanelli (1610-1662), A Sibyl - "Ut Non Confundar", 19th Century, oil on canvas, framed (old repairs to canvas). 103cm by 76cm , £400-600

Lot 115

Frank O. Salisbury R.I., R.O..I, R.P. (British, 1874-1962), Portrait of Sir Frederick Henderson K.B.E., signed lower left and dated 1930, with presentation plaque dated May 8th 1930, oil on canvas in a handsome giltwood frame. 151cm by 115cm. Note: Sir Frederick Ness Henderson (1862-1944) was a prominent Glasgow shipbuilder. , £400-600
Frank O. Salisbury R.I., R.O..I, R.P. (British, 1874-1962), Portrait of Sir Frederick Henderson K.B.E., signed lower left and dated 1930, with presentation plaque dated May 8th 1930, oil on canvas in a handsome giltwood frame. 151cm by 115cm. Note: Sir Frederick Ness Henderson (1862-1944) was a prominent Glasgow shipbuilder. , £400-600

Lot 116

A portrait miniature of a lady in 18th century costume, late 19th century, signed "Hall", watercolour on ivory, in a pierced yellow metal frame (tests as 9ct gold) set with seed pearls and in its original fitted easel-back case. Overall including frame 6cm by 4.8cm, £200-300

<p>A portrait miniature of a lady in 18th century costume, late 19th century, signed "Hall", watercolour on ivory, in a pierced yellow metal frame (tests as 9ct gold) set with seed pearls and in its original fitted easel-back case. Overall including frame 6cm by 4.8cm, £200-300</p>

Lot 117

Frederick (Fred) Hall (1860-1948), Autumn Morning on the Yarm, signed lower right, oil on canvas, laid on panel, framed under glass. 24cm by 34cm, £400-600
Frederick (Fred) Hall (1860-1948), Autumn Morning on the Yarm, signed lower right, oil on canvas, laid on panel, framed under glass. 24cm by 34cm, £400-600

Lot 118

Peter Knox (British, b. 1942), A Hercules at R.A.F. Lyneham, signed lower right, inscribed lower left, watercolour, framed. 42cm by 70cm, £100-150
Peter Knox (British, b. 1942), A Hercules at R.A.F. Lyneham, signed lower right, inscribed lower left, watercolour, framed. 42cm by 70cm, £100-150

Lot 119

Circle of Sebastian Pether (British, 1790--1844), Moonlit River Landscape with a Windmill, oil on oak panel, in a gilt-composition frame. 48cm by 58cm. Provenance: with Anthony Woodd Gallery, Edinburgh, £250-350
Circle of Sebastian Pether (British, 1790--1844), Moonlit River Landscape with a Windmill, oil on oak panel, in a gilt-composition frame. 48cm by 58cm. Provenance: with Anthony Woodd Gallery, Edinburgh, £250-350

Lot 120

Scottish School, 19th Century, A Highland Cottage Interior, oil on canvas, in a giltwood frame. 29cm by 39.5cm. Provenance: with Anthony Woodd Gallery, Edinburgh, £80-120
Scottish School, 19th Century, A Highland Cottage Interior, oil on canvas, in a giltwood frame. 29cm by 39.5cm. Provenance: with Anthony Woodd Gallery, Edinburgh, £80-120

Lot 121

Robert Noble R.S.A., P.S.S.A. (Scottish, 1857-1917), Figure Resting by a Rural Church, signed lower right and dated 1900, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame. 60cm by 29.5cm, £200-300
Robert Noble R.S.A., P.S.S.A. (Scottish, 1857-1917), Figure Resting by a Rural Church, signed lower right and dated 1900, oil on canvas, in a gilt-composition frame. 60cm by 29.5cm, £200-300

Lot 122

English School, Water Spaniels and Terriers, a pair of oils, each signed Blake, in gilt-composition frames. Each 16cm by 21cm. Provenance: with Anthony Woodd Gallery, Edinburgh, £120-180
English School, Water Spaniels and Terriers, a pair of oils, each signed Blake, in gilt-composition frames. Each 16cm by 21cm. Provenance: with Anthony Woodd Gallery, Edinburgh, £120-180

Lot 123

Rona Mavor (Scottish, 1897-1985), An Abstracted Floral Still Life, signed lower right, oil on board, framed. 49.5cm by 39cm, £150-250
Rona Mavor (Scottish, 1897-1985), An Abstracted Floral Still Life, signed lower right, oil on board, framed. 49.5cm by 39cm, £150-250

Lot 124

Rob Hain (Contemporary), "Ashiesteel", signed lower right, inscribed verso and dated 2002, acrylic on board, framed. 60cm by 75cm. Note: may be subject to ARR., £200-300
Rob Hain (Contemporary), "Ashiesteel", signed lower right, inscribed verso and dated 2002, acrylic on board, framed. 60cm by 75cm. Note: may be subject to ARR., £200-300

Lot 125

Dr. Frederick Porter (fl. early 20th century), On the Earn, oil on canvas, Aitken Dott exhibition label verso, Funds for the Royal Infirmary 1920, framed. 24.5cm by 29cm. Provenance: the Peploe Family Collection., £150-250
Dr. Frederick Porter (fl. early 20th century), On the Earn, oil on canvas, Aitken Dott exhibition label verso, Funds for the Royal Infirmary 1920, framed. 24.5cm by 29cm. Provenance: the Peploe Family Collection., £150-250

Lot 126

Derek Clarke M.B.E., R.S.A. (British, 1912-2014), Rocky Landscape, signed lower left with presentation inscription "for Denis (Peploe), 26th May 1993" lower right, watercolour, framed. 31.5cm by 49cm. Provenance: the Peploe Family Collection. ARR may apply, £120-180
Derek Clarke M.B.E., R.S.A. (British, 1912-2014), Rocky Landscape, signed lower left with presentation inscription "for Denis (Peploe), 26th May 1993" lower right, watercolour, framed. 31.5cm by 49cm. Provenance: the Peploe Family Collection. ARR may apply, £120-180

Lot 127

20th Century School, Study of a Polynesian Warrior, in body paint with shell necklace, watercolour, unsigned, framed. 27.5cm by 19.5cm, £50-70
20th Century School, Study of a Polynesian Warrior, in body paint with shell necklace, watercolour, unsigned, framed. 27.5cm by 19.5cm, £50-70

Lot 128

Iain McIntosh R.S.A. (Scottish, b. 1945), Red Fish, signed lower left and dated (20)14, acrylic, R.S.A. Exhibition label verso, framed. 29cm by 39cm. Provenance: Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition, September 2016. Note: this lot may be subject to ARR., £100-150
Iain McIntosh R.S.A. (Scottish, b. 1945), Red Fish, signed lower left and dated (20)14, acrylic, R.S.A. Exhibition label verso, framed. 29cm by 39cm. Provenance: Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition, September 2016. Note: this lot may be subject to ARR., £100-150

Lot 129

Iain McIntosh R.S.A. (Scottish, b. 1945), Lemon Slice and Fish, acrylic, R.S.A. Exhibition label verso, framed. 17cm by 42.5cm. Provenance: Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition, Curious Eye II, June 2016. Note: this lot may be subject to ARR., £100-150
Iain McIntosh R.S.A. (Scottish, b. 1945), Lemon Slice and Fish, acrylic, R.S.A. Exhibition label verso, framed. 17cm by 42.5cm. Provenance: Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition, Curious Eye II, June 2016. Note: this lot may be subject to ARR., £100-150

Lot 130

Alan C. Greig (Scottish, Contemporary), Some Sea Journeys, monogrammed lower left, dated (20)12 and inscribed "on a vu la mer", mixed media on gesso panel, R.S.A. exhibition label verso, framed. 42.5cm by 50cm. Provenance: Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition 2012. Note: this lot may be subject to ARR., £150-250
Alan C. Greig (Scottish, Contemporary), Some Sea Journeys, monogrammed lower left, dated (20)12 and inscribed "on a vu la mer", mixed media on gesso panel, R.S.A. exhibition label verso, framed. 42.5cm by 50cm. Provenance: Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition 2012. Note: this lot may be subject to ARR., £150-250

Lot 131

James McNaught R.S.W., R.G.I. (Scottish, b. 1948), The Disappearance of Georgette Magritte, signed lower right and dated Nov. 2012, watercolour and gouache, inscribed verso, framed. 29cm by 70cm. Provenance: The Royal Society of Painters in Watercolour 133rd Annual Exhibition, 2013. Note: this lot may be subject to ARR. , £800-1200
James McNaught R.S.W., R.G.I. (Scottish, b. 1948), The Disappearance of Georgette Magritte, signed lower right and dated Nov. 2012, watercolour and gouache, inscribed verso, framed. 29cm by 70cm. Provenance: The Royal Society of Painters in Watercolour 133rd Annual Exhibition, 2013. Note: this lot may be subject to ARR. , £800-1200

Lot 132

John Monaghan (Contemporary), Pernod for One near St. Yzem de Medoc, signed lower right and dated 2001, Compass Gallery Glasgow label verso, framed. Provenance: with Compass Gallery Glasgow, Cabinet Paintings, August 2002. 13cm by 18.5cm. Note: this lot may be subject to ARR., £100-150
John Monaghan (Contemporary), Pernod for One near St. Yzem  de Medoc, signed lower right and dated 2001, Compass Gallery Glasgow label verso, framed. Provenance: with Compass Gallery Glasgow, Cabinet Paintings, August 2002. 13cm by 18.5cm. Note: this lot may be subject to ARR., £100-150

Lot 133

Joseph Milne (Scottish, 1857-1911), Shipping by a Scottish Quayside with a Small Steam Packet, signed lower right and dated (18)97, oil on canvas, framed. 28.5cm by 44cm, £300-500
Joseph Milne (Scottish, 1857-1911), Shipping by a Scottish Quayside with a Small Steam Packet, signed lower right and dated (18)97, oil on canvas, framed. 28.5cm by 44cm, £300-500

Lot 134

Hugo Carlberg (Swedish, 1880-1943), Winter Landscape, signed lower right, oil on panel, framed. 24.5cm by 29cm. Note: Carlberg studied at the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts between 1900 and 1905. He gradually developed an interest in plein air painting and is today best known for his Spring and Winter landscapes from Småland and Bornholm. , £100-150
Hugo Carlberg (Swedish, 1880-1943), Winter Landscape, signed lower right, oil on panel, framed. 24.5cm by 29cm. Note: Carlberg studied at the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts between 1900 and 1905. He gradually developed an interest in  plein air painting and is today best known for his Spring and Winter landscapes from Småland and Bornholm. , £100-150

Lot 135

Mary Ensor (1837-1886), Still Life of Fruit with a Walnut, signed lower left, dated 1867, oil on canvas laid on board, framed. 14.5cm by 22cm, £100-150
Mary Ensor (1837-1886), Still Life of Fruit with a Walnut, signed lower left, dated 1867, oil on canvas laid on board, framed. 14.5cm by 22cm, £100-150

Lot 136

Swedish School, c. 1900, Portrait Study of a Girl, head and shoulders, signed lower right, oil on canvasboard, framed. 30.5cm by 21cm, £80-120
Swedish School, c. 1900, Portrait Study of a Girl, head and shoulders, signed lower right, oil on canvasboard, framed. 30.5cm by 21cm, £80-120

Lot 137

James Elliot Shearer (1858-c. 1940), Children in a Cottage Interior, a pair of oils on canvas, each signed lower left, framed. (2) 32cm by 42cm and 31.5cm by 42cm, £200-300
James Elliot Shearer (1858-c. 1940), Children in a Cottage Interior, a pair of oils on canvas, each signed lower left, framed. (2) 32cm by 42cm and 31.5cm by 42cm, £200-300

Lot 138

Alasdair Gray (Scottish, 1934-2019), "Kirsten, Inge's friend (Danish nurse) who witnessed our marriage", ballpoint pen on paper, framed. 54cm by 42cm. May be subject to ARR, £300-500
Alasdair Gray (Scottish, 1934-2019), "Kirsten, Inge

Lot 139

Alasdair Gray (Scottish, 1934-2019), "Alan Fletcher's Father at the Store", pencil and charcoal, framed. 39.5cm by 55cm. May be subject to ARR, £300-500
Alasdair Gray (Scottish, 1934-2019), "Alan Fletcher

Lot 140

Peter Howson (Scottish, b. 1958), "The Docker", pastel, framed. 39cm by 30cm. Provenance: The Scottish Gallery (Edinburgh) label verso. May be subject to ARR, £400-600
Peter Howson (Scottish, b. 1958), "The Docker", pastel, framed. 39cm by 30cm. Provenance: The Scottish Gallery (Edinburgh) label verso. May be subject to ARR, £400-600

Lot 141

Osmund Pittman (British, 1874-1958), A Scottish West Coast Landscape, signed lower right, oil on canvas, framed. 35cm by 45cm, £120-180
Osmund Pittman (British, 1874-1958), A Scottish West Coast Landscape, signed lower right, oil on canvas, framed. 35cm by 45cm, £120-180

Lot 142

Alwyn Crawshaw (British, b. 1934), Bigbury-on-Sea (Devon), signed lower right, oil on canvas, framed. 39cm by 48.5cm. Provenance: with Harrods Picture Gallery, 1984. May be subject to ARR, £120-180
Alwyn Crawshaw (British, b. 1934), Bigbury-on-Sea (Devon), signed lower right, oil on canvas, framed. 39cm by 48.5cm. Provenance: with Harrods Picture Gallery, 1984. May be subject to ARR, £120-180

Lot 143

Fortunato Fontana (Italian, b. 1936), Pozzuoli (Neapolitan Coast), signed lower left, oil on panel, inscribed verso, framed. 29cm by 39.5cm. Provenance: with Farmilo Fiumano, Connaught Street, London 2003. May be subject to ARR, £120-180
Fortunato Fontana (Italian, b. 1936), Pozzuoli (Neapolitan Coast), signed lower left, oil on panel, inscribed verso, framed. 29cm by 39.5cm. Provenance: with Farmilo Fiumano, Connaught Street, London 2003. May be subject to ARR, £120-180

Lot 144

Antoine Blanchard (French, 1910-1988), Porte St. Denis, Paris, signed lower right, oil on canvas, framed. 31.5cm by 44cm. May be subject to ARR, £800-1200
Antoine Blanchard (French, 1910-1988), Porte St. Denis, Paris, signed lower right, oil on canvas, framed. 31.5cm by 44cm. May be subject to ARR, £800-1200

Lot 145

Laurent Vialet (French, b. 1967), Moret sur Loing, signed lower right, oil on canvas, titled and inscribed verso, framed. 37cm by 45cm. Provenance: with Harrods Picture Gallery 1989. May be subject to ARR, £100-150
Laurent Vialet (French, b. 1967), Moret sur Loing, signed lower right, oil on canvas, titled and inscribed verso, framed. 37cm by 45cm. Provenance: with Harrods Picture Gallery 1989. May be subject to ARR, £100-150

Lot 146

Sir David Murray R.A. (Scottish, 1849-1933), "Untrodden Ground", signed lower right and dated (18)91, oil on canvas, framed. 28.5cm by 44cm, £100-150
Sir David Murray R.A. (Scottish, 1849-1933), "Untrodden Ground", signed lower right and dated (18)91, oil on canvas, framed. 28.5cm by 44cm, £100-150

Lot 147

20th Century School, Interior with a Screen, Chair and Vase of Flowers, signed Cunningham, pastel, framed. 75cm by 50cm, £200-300
20th Century School, Interior with a Screen, Chair and Vase of Flowers, signed Cunningham, pastel, framed. 75cm by 50cm, £200-300

Lot 148

Frank F. Brichta (British, fl. 1860-90), An Algerian Girl with her Loom, signed lower right and dated 1865, oil on canvas, framed. 31.5cm by 24cm, £150-250
Frank F. Brichta (British, fl. 1860-90), An Algerian Girl with her Loom, signed lower right and dated 1865, oil on canvas, framed. 31.5cm by 24cm, £150-250

Lot 149

A plaster figure of St. Anthony of Padua, probably c. 1900, modelled with lilies and holding the Christ Child in his left arm (some damage). 68cm, £80-120
A plaster figure of St. Anthony of Padua, probably c. 1900, modelled with lilies and holding the Christ Child in his left arm (some damage). 68cm, £80-120

Lot 150

Italian School, late 19th Cantury, after Antonio Canova, The Graces Crowning Venus, unsigned, marble. 36cm by 27cm, £100-150
Italian School, late 19th Cantury, after Antonio Canova, The Graces Crowning Venus, unsigned, marble. 36cm by 27cm, £100-150

Lot 151

After Auguste Nicholas Cain (1822-1894), a patinated bronze spill vase modelled as a cockerel perched on a basket, on a domed circular base (filled), signed; together with After Emile Frederic Salmon (1840 - 1913), another bronze spill vase, modelled as a hen and chicks beside a basket, on an oval base, signed. (2) 18cm and 11cm, £120-180
After Auguste Nicholas Cain (1822-1894), a patinated bronze spill vase modelled as a cockerel perched on a basket, on a domed circular base (filled), signed; together with After Emile Frederic Salmon (1840 - 1913), another bronze spill vase, modelled as a hen and chicks beside a basket, on an oval base, signed. (2) 18cm and 11cm, £120-180

Lot 152

Loet Vanderveen (Dutch, 1921-2015), Classic Cheetah, a limited edition patinated bronze, signed and numbered 2098/2500. Height 13cm, £150-250
Loet Vanderveen (Dutch, 1921-2015), Classic Cheetah, a limited edition patinated bronze, signed and numbered 2098/2500. Height 13cm, £150-250

Lot 153

Loet Vanderveen (Dutch, 1921-2015), Stretching Cheetah, a limited edition patinated bronze, signed and numbered 390/2500. Length 20.25cm, £150-250
Loet Vanderveen (Dutch, 1921-2015), Stretching Cheetah, a limited edition patinated bronze, signed and numbered 390/2500. Length 20.25cm, £150-250

Lot 154

Loet Vanderveen (Dutch, 1921-2015), Cheetah Pair, a limited edition patinated bronze, signed and numbered 443/750 13.5cm by 34cm, £250-350
Loet Vanderveen (Dutch, 1921-2015), Cheetah Pair, a limited edition patinated bronze, signed and numbered 443/750 13.5cm by 34cm, £250-350

Lot 155

A bronze portrait roundel, early 20th century, of a gentleman, unsigned, mounted on a stone plaque. Roundel 38cm by 27cm. Note: believed to have originally been installed at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh. , £100-150
A bronze portrait roundel, early 20th century, of a gentleman, unsigned, mounted on a stone plaque. Roundel 38cm by 27cm. Note: believed to have originally been installed at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh. , £100-150

Lot 156

An Italian painted terracotta relief of the Virgin and Child, probably c. 1500, possibly Florence, the relief painted to simulate walnut, in a carved pine frame painted en suite. Overall 49.5cm by 41.5cm. Provenance: a private Italian collection and thence by descent. , £700-1000
An Italian painted terracotta relief of the Virgin and Child, probably c. 1500, possibly Florence, the relief painted to simulate walnut, in a carved pine frame painted en suite. Overall 49.5cm by 41.5cm. Provenance: a private Italian collection and thence by descent. , £700-1000

Lot 157

A 19th century Russian double-sided icon, painted with three-quarter length images of a crowned king and queen flanking a cross, flanked by clerics and saints, the other side with two rows of named saints, all against a gold ground, the panel mounted on a dark green velvet-covered stand. Overall 35cm by 32cm, panel 28cm by 22.5cm. Provenance: a private Italian collection and thence by descent, £300-500
A 19th century Russian double-sided icon, painted with three-quarter length images of a crowned king and queen flanking a cross, flanked by clerics and saints, the other side with two rows of named saints, all against a gold ground, the panel mounted on a dark green velvet-covered stand. Overall 35cm by 32cm, panel 28cm by 22.5cm. Provenance: a private Italian collection and thence by descent, £300-500

Lot 158

A 19th century Russian icon of St. Nicholas, depicted head and shoulders, carrying a bible, the border painted with named saints, all against a gold ground. 22.5cm by 18cm. Provenance: a private Italian collection and thence by descent. , £200-300
A 19th century Russian icon of St. Nicholas, depicted head and shoulders, carrying a bible, the border painted with named saints, all against a gold ground. 22.5cm by 18cm. Provenance: a private Italian collection and thence by descent. , £200-300

Lot 159

A 19th century carved ivory relief of St. Anne, the Virgin and Child, in late Medieval style, the figure group mounted on a silk damask panel within a wooden frame surmounted by a carved ivory pointed Gothic arch. Overall 34.5cm by 18.5cm. Provenance: a private Italian collection and thence by descent. , £200-400
A 19th century carved ivory relief of St. Anne, the Virgin and Child, in late Medieval style, the figure group mounted on a silk damask panel within a wooden frame surmounted by a carved ivory pointed Gothic arch. Overall 34.5cm by 18.5cm. Provenance: a private Italian collection and thence by descent. , £200-400

Lot 160

A gilt-bronze and ivory figure of a girl, c. 1900, modelled in bonnet and flounced dress, mounted on a rouge marble base, unsigned. Height overall 17.75cm, £120-180
A gilt-bronze and ivory figure of a girl, c. 1900, modelled in bonnet and flounced dress, mounted on a rouge marble base, unsigned. Height overall 17.75cm, £120-180

Lot 161

Grand Tour School, a 19th century patinated bronze model of a Roman oil lamp, after the Antique, modelled as a foot in a sandal, with loop handle. Length 11.5cm, £80-120
Grand Tour School, a 19th century patinated bronze model of a Roman oil lamp, after the Antique, modelled as a foot in a sandal, with loop handle. Length 11.5cm, £80-120

Lot 162

Three small bronzes: the first a bull, with head lowered, possibly Roman; the second a male figure with bowed legs, possibly pre-Columbian; the third a figure with headdress and upraised arms, possibly East African. (3) First length 8.5cm, £80-120
Three small bronzes: the first a bull, with head lowered, possibly Roman; the second a male figure with bowed legs, possibly pre-Columbian; the third a figure with headdress and upraised arms, possibly East African. (3) First length 8.5cm, £80-120

Lot 163

19th Century School, a small bronze figure of Napoleon, modelled with arms folded on a rockwork base, unsigned. 9.75cm, £60-90
19th Century School, a small bronze figure of Napoleon, modelled with arms folded on a rockwork base, unsigned. 9.75cm, £60-90

Lot 164

A 19th century plaster mask of a man, his open eyes looking upward, with suspension hook. 27.5cm, £100-150
A 19th century plaster mask of a man, his open eyes looking upward, with suspension hook. 27.5cm, £100-150

Lot 165

Continental School, c. 1900, Comme Papa , an alabaster figure of a boy in fisherman's cap and boots, smoking a pipe, on a rectangular integral base, unsigned. 37cm, £80-120
Continental School, c. 1900,  Comme Papa , an alabaster figure of a boy in fisherman

Lot 166

20th Century School, Portrait Bust of a Young Boy, plaster, unsigned, mounted on an ebonised plinth. Overall 28cm, £80-120
20th Century School, Portrait Bust of a Young Boy, plaster, unsigned, mounted on an ebonised plinth. Overall 28cm, £80-120

Lot 167

Vincenzo Bentivegna (Italian, 1879-1943), A Patinated Bronze Portrait Roundel of James Gordon Gray, signed, inscribed "Roma" and dated 1912, with Fonderia Lagana, Napoli foundry stamp. Diameter 41cm. Note: Professor James Gordon Gray (1876-1934) was a Scottish mathematician and physicist who was Professor of Applied Physics at Glasgow University and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. , £100-150
Vincenzo Bentivegna (Italian, 1879-1943), A Patinated Bronze Portrait Roundel of James Gordon Gray, signed, inscribed "Roma" and dated 1912, with Fonderia Lagana, Napoli foundry stamp. Diameter 41cm. Note: Professor James Gordon Gray (1876-1934) was a Scottish mathematician  and physicist who was Professor of Applied Physics at Glasgow University and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. , £100-150

Lot 168

An unusual pair of 19th century silver-plated and etched glass table ornaments, Walker & Hall, each modelled as an Ottoman soldier, carrying a parasol, under a palm tree, fitted with a wrythen, etched glass trumpet-form vase, stamped marks (losses). 27.5cm, £100-150
An unusual pair of 19th century silver-plated and etched glass table ornaments, Walker & Hall, each modelled as an Ottoman soldier, carrying a parasol, under a palm tree, fitted with a wrythen, etched glass trumpet-form vase, stamped marks (losses). 27.5cm, £100-150

Lot 169

A late 19th century silver-plate mounted satinwood-inlaid calamander tray, possibly a dressing table tray, of rectangular form, the pierced plated gallery enclosing a well centred by a (vacant) oval plated cartouche within ribbon-tied satinwood floral swags against a calamander ground. 36cm by 52cm, £80-120
A late 19th century silver-plate mounted satinwood-inlaid calamander tray, possibly a dressing table tray, of rectangular form, the pierced plated gallery enclosing a well centred by a (vacant) oval plated cartouche within ribbon-tied satinwood floral swags against a calamander ground. 36cm by 52cm, £80-120

Lot 170

A mid-19th century silver-gilt mounted ruby glass double-ended scent flask, Sampson Mordan, London 1866, the faceted cylindrical body between one push-button cover, the other with screw fitting, each foliate engraved. Length 14.25cm, £120-180
A mid-19th century silver-gilt mounted ruby glass double-ended scent flask, Sampson Mordan, London 1866, the faceted cylindrical body between one push-button cover, the other with screw fitting, each foliate engraved. Length 14.25cm, £120-180

Lot 171

An Edwardian silver-mounted tortoiseshell box, the silver hinges hallmarked for Atkin Brothers, London 1907, of rectangular form, lined in green moire silk but possibly converted from a cigarette box. 4cm by 20.5cm by 12cm, £80-120
An Edwardian silver-mounted tortoiseshell box, the silver hinges hallmarked for Atkin Brothers, London 1907, of rectangular form, lined in green moire silk but possibly converted from a cigarette box. 4cm by 20.5cm by 12cm, £80-120

Lot 172

A substantial early Victorian silver salver, Walker Knowles & Co., Sheffield 1854, circular, the rim cast with masks and c-scrolls, raised on pierced scroll feet. Diameter 36cm, 45 troy ounces, £400-600
A substantial early Victorian silver salver, Walker Knowles & Co., Sheffield 1854, circular, the rim cast with masks and c-scrolls, raised on pierced scroll feet. Diameter 36cm, 45 troy ounces, £400-600

Lot 173

A late Victorian silver four-piece tea and coffee service, Horace Woodward & Co. Ltd, London 1900 (the coffee pot by the same maker but 1903), the teapot, sugar and cream of compressed spherical form, the coffee pot of baluster form, chased with foliate and c-scrolls. (4) Coffee pot 23cm, total gross weight 64 troy ounces, £500-700
A late Victorian silver four-piece tea and coffee service, Horace Woodward & Co. Ltd, London 1900 (the coffee pot by the same maker but 1903), the teapot, sugar and cream of compressed spherical form, the coffee pot of baluster form, chased with foliate and c-scrolls. (4) Coffee pot 23cm, total gross weight 64 troy ounces, £500-700

Lot 174

A complete silver flatware service of twelve place settings, R. & W. Sorley, Sheffield 1936, comprising twelve table forks, twelve soup spoons, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve teaspoons, one pair of sugar tongs, one soup ladle, two sauce ladles, four table or serving spoons, with twelve bone-handled dinner knives, twelve bone-handled luncheon or dessert knives, a pair of bone-handled meat carvers, a pair of bone-handled game carvers, and one steel sharpener, each silver piece engraved with the initial "C", all contained in a fitted mahogany canteen table of two drawers. (97 pieces), total silver weight 127 troy ounces, £1200-1800
A complete silver flatware service of twelve place settings, R. & W. Sorley, Sheffield 1936, comprising twelve table forks, twelve soup spoons, twelve dessert spoons, twelve dessert forks, twelve teaspoons, one pair of sugar tongs, one soup ladle, two sauce ladles, four table or serving spoons, with twelve bone-handled dinner knives, twelve bone-handled luncheon or dessert knives, a pair of bone-handled meat carvers, a pair of bone-handled game carvers, and one steel sharpener, each silver piece engraved with the initial "C", all contained in a fitted mahogany canteen table of two drawers. (97 pieces), total silver weight 127 troy ounces, £1200-1800

Lot 175

An extensive Christofle silver-plated flatware service in the Marly pattern, contained in a four drawer oak canteen, comprising twelve place settings of dinner knives and forks, luncheon knives and forks, dessert spoons, ice cream spoons, pastry forks, fish knives and forks, table spoons, serving pieces including soup and other ladles, fish and cake servers etc, stamped marks, each piece engraved "Macleod", approx. 200 pieces. , £300-500
An extensive Christofle silver-plated flatware service in the Marly pattern, contained in a four drawer oak canteen, comprising twelve place settings of dinner knives and forks, luncheon knives and forks, dessert spoons, ice cream spoons, pastry forks, fish knives and forks, table spoons, serving pieces including soup and other ladles, fish  and cake servers etc, stamped marks, each piece engraved "Macleod",  approx. 200 pieces. , £300-500

Lot 176

A silver-mounted mother-of-pearl handled cased fruit service of twelve settings, the silver collars marked for Sheffield 1920 and 1921, in an oak canteen. , £70-100
A silver-mounted mother-of-pearl handled cased fruit service of twelve settings, the silver collars marked for Sheffield 1920 and 1921, in an oak canteen. , £70-100

Lot 177

A silver fruit bowl, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1957, with reeded shaped rim, raised on a stepped domed foot. Diameter 25cm, 17 troy ounces, £120-180
A silver fruit bowl, Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1957, with reeded shaped rim, raised on a stepped domed foot. Diameter 25cm, 17 troy ounces, £120-180

Lot 178

A 19th century white-metal model of a parrot, modelled with one claw upraised and fitted with glass eyes, bearing Registration Diamond for 1874, mounted on a wooden plinth. Height excluding plinth 10.5cm, £60-80
A 19th century white-metal model of a parrot, modelled with one claw upraised and fitted with glass eyes, bearing Registration Diamond for 1874, mounted on a wooden plinth. Height excluding plinth 10.5cm, £60-80

Lot 179

A vintage Dunhill white metal pocket lighter, with Cartier Licence, and engine-turned body. 6.5cm, £60-80
A vintage Dunhill white metal pocket lighter, with Cartier Licence, and engine-turned body. 6.5cm, £60-80

Lot 180

An Edwardian silver-mounted cased dressing table set, Walker & Hall, various dates, Chester 1906 and Sheffield 1907 and 1910, each piece repousse with winged putti heads, comprising hand mirror, two pairs of brushes and comb, in a fitted morocco case. Case 9.5cm by 37cm by 19.5cm, £100-150
An Edwardian silver-mounted cased dressing table set, Walker & Hall, various dates, Chester 1906 and Sheffield 1907 and 1910, each piece repousse with winged putti heads, comprising hand mirror, two pairs of brushes and comb, in a fitted morocco case. Case 9.5cm by 37cm by 19.5cm, £100-150

Lot 181

A George V silver desk standish, S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1925, the twin cut-glass inkwells with flattened spherical hinged silver covers, the stand of rectangular form with pen well, on shaped bracket feet. 9cm by 19.5cm by 12.5cm, £80-120
A George V silver desk standish, S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd, Birmingham 1925, the twin cut-glass inkwells with flattened spherical hinged silver covers, the stand of rectangular form with pen well, on shaped bracket feet. 9cm by 19.5cm by 12.5cm, £80-120

Lot 182

A silver-mounted miniature quaich, probably laburnum, with silver button to well and silver rim to foot stamped "sterling silver". Across handles 11cm, £80-120
A silver-mounted miniature quaich, probably laburnum, with silver button to well and silver rim to foot stamped "sterling silver". Across handles 11cm, £80-120

Lot 183

A platinum diamond dress ring, of twin offset rows of eight uniform round brilliant-cut stones claw-set on a tapering band. Total diamond weight approx. 1.3ct, ring size S, £300-500
A platinum diamond dress ring, of twin offset rows of eight uniform round brilliant-cut stones claw-set on a tapering band. Total diamond weight approx. 1.3ct, ring size S, £300-500

Lot 184

A single strand graduated amber bead necklace, of "butterscotch" colour, on a gilt-metal clasp. Largest bead c. 12mm diameter, length 54cm, gross weight 16 grams, £100-150
A single strand graduated amber bead necklace, of "butterscotch" colour, on a gilt-metal clasp. Largest bead c. 12mm diameter, length 54cm, gross weight 16 grams, £100-150

Lot 185

An 18ct gold diamond cluster ring, the central round brilliant-cut stone weighing approx. 0.60ct, within a band of twelve smaller brilliants in a circular plaque setting, on a tapering yellow gold band. Ring size N, £700-900

<p>An 18ct gold diamond cluster ring, the central round brilliant-cut stone weighing approx. 0.60ct, within a band of twelve smaller brilliants in a circular plaque setting, on a tapering yellow gold band. Ring size N, £700-900</p>

Lot 186

A striking Christian Dior mid-century paste necklace, of collar form, set with amber, green and other coloured "stones" and faux pearls, mounted in gilt-metal, in it's original Bijoux Christian Dior box. Length c. 45cm, £100-150
A striking Christian Dior mid-century paste necklace, of collar form, set with amber, green and other coloured "stones" and faux pearls, mounted in gilt-metal, in it

Lot 187

A 9ct gold charm bracelet, of dainty curb links, suspending 9ct gold charms including a blue enamel St. Christopher and various car/road related examples. (5g) (8cm), £80-120
A 9ct gold charm bracelet, of dainty curb links, suspending 9ct gold charms including a blue enamel St. Christopher and various car/road related examples.  (5g) (8cm), £80-120

Lot 188

A 9ct gold Albert watch chain, of graduated curblinks, with t-bar and pair of lobster clasps. Length of chain 30cm, weight 39.5 grams, £300-500
A 9ct gold Albert watch chain, of graduated curblinks, with t-bar and pair of lobster clasps. Length of chain 30cm, weight 39.5 grams, £300-500

Lot 189

A 9ct gold citrine necklace, the central stone emerald-cut and claw-set between a pair of oval-cut stones en suite on a tracelink chain, in a fitted case. Central stone c. 17mm by 12mm, length overall 40cm, £200-300
A 9ct gold citrine necklace, the central stone emerald-cut and claw-set between a pair of oval-cut stones en suite on a tracelink chain, in a fitted case. Central stone c. 17mm by 12mm, length overall 40cm, £200-300

Lot 190

A handsome musical gilt-brass mounted ebonised bracket clock, late 19th century, in 18th century style, the architectural case with caddy top enriched with fret-carved decoration, fitted with four gilt-brass urn finials, arched pierced gilt-brass side panels and raised on bracket feet, enclosing a gilt dial with silvered chapter ring signed Brook & Son, Edinburgh, within pierced gilt spandrels decorated with masks and foliage, under an arch with three subsidiary dials, including Westminster chime, the twin-fusee movement striking on eight bells and five gongs. Height including handle 56cm, diameter of dial 18.5cm, £800-1200
A handsome musical gilt-brass mounted ebonised bracket clock, late 19th century, in 18th century style, the architectural case with caddy top enriched with fret-carved decoration, fitted with four gilt-brass urn finials, arched pierced gilt-brass side panels and raised on bracket feet, enclosing a gilt dial with silvered chapter ring signed Brook & Son, Edinburgh, within pierced gilt spandrels decorated with masks and foliage, under an arch with three subsidiary dials, including Westminster chime, the twin-fusee movement striking on eight bells and five gongs. Height including handle 56cm, diameter of dial 18.5cm, £800-1200

Lot 191

An unusual Jaeger le Coultre lacquered brass Atmos timepiece, 1960's, the case of arched form, enclosing a silvered dial with baton markers and engraved decoration flanking a visible rotating balance, the case decorated to the arch with a gilt trellis pattern against a burgundy ground, levelling screws to either side, regulation lever to the reverse and signed "Le Coultre et Cie, Swiss", the case bearing a presentation plaque dated 1969, paper label to the base numbered 174554. Height 21cm, £500-700
An unusual Jaeger le Coultre lacquered brass Atmos timepiece, 1960

Lot 192

A French late 19th century lacquered brass monocular microscope by Nachet et Fils, Paris, in its original fitted mahogany case with accessories. Case 10.5cm by 27.5cm by 14.75cm, £100-150
A French late 19th century lacquered brass monocular microscope by Nachet et Fils, Paris, in its original fitted mahogany case with accessories. Case 10.5cm by 27.5cm by 14.75cm, £100-150

Lot 193

A Scottish mahogany longcase clock, 19th century, the painted arched dial signed Jas. McCulloch, Kinross, the spandrels painted with spaniels beneath an arch with a girl carrying a water pitcher, within a hood with swan neck pediment, over a trunk with bowed door between a pair of columns, on bracket feet, eight day movement, with weights and pendulum. 214cm, £200-400
A Scottish mahogany longcase clock, 19th century, the painted arched dial signed Jas. McCulloch, Kinross, the spandrels painted with spaniels beneath an arch with a girl carrying a water pitcher, within a hood with swan neck pediment, over a trunk with bowed door between a pair of columns, on bracket feet, eight day movement, with weights and pendulum. 214cm, £200-400

Lot 194

An early 19th century memorial sampler for Princess Charlotte of Wales (1796-1817), in coloured threads with a verse "The Princess Charlotte / A soul more spotless never claim'd....." amidst bird, branches, dogs, stags and a crown, worked by Elizabeth.... aged 7....and dated 182? (faded) now mounted in an oak firescreen, behind glass. 42cm by 33cm. Note: Princess Charlotte was the only child of the Prince Regent (later George IV) and Caroline of Brunswick. , £60-80
An early 19th century memorial sampler for Princess Charlotte of Wales (1796-1817), in coloured threads  with a verse "The Princess Charlotte / A soul more spotless never claim

Lot 195

Ellen Lenvik (Norwegian, b. 1946), "Growth", c. 1970, a "tapestry" in wools, with hand-worked knotted texture, signed to the wooden baton. 135cm by 85cm. Note: Lenvik is a graduate of the Edinburgh College of Art (1960-72 and postgraduate Diploma 1972-3). , £100-150
Ellen Lenvik (Norwegian, b. 1946), "Growth", c. 1970, a "tapestry" in wools, with hand-worked knotted texture, signed to the wooden baton. 135cm by 85cm. Note: Lenvik is a graduate of the Edinburgh College of Art (1960-72 and postgraduate Diploma 1972-3). , £100-150

Lot 196

A striking feather stole, c. 1900, worked with bands of brightly coloured and boldly patterned feathers including peacock and partridge, lined with down feathers. Length 280cm, maximum width (over the shoulder) 33cm, £80-120
A striking feather stole, c. 1900, worked with bands of brightly coloured and boldly patterned feathers including peacock and partridge, lined with down feathers. Length 280cm, maximum width (over the shoulder) 33cm, £80-120

Lot 197

An embroidered linen bedspread, c. 1920/30, worked in polychrome woollen threads with flowering boughs against a cream linen ground, fringed to the border (some staining). c. 175cm by 280cm, £80-120
An embroidered linen bedspread, c. 1920/30, worked in polychrome woollen threads with flowering boughs against a cream linen ground, fringed to the border (some staining). c. 175cm by 280cm, £80-120

Lot 198

A North-West Persian hand-woven wool carpet, the red field with shaped indigo centre medallion and complimentary spandrels within multiple indigo and ivory guard stripes, the edge with signed monogram. 406cm by 307cm, £300-500
A North-West Persian hand-woven wool carpet, the red field with shaped indigo centre medallion and complimentary spandrels within multiple indigo and ivory guard stripes, the edge with signed monogram. 406cm by 307cm, £300-500

Lot 199

A North-West Persian hand-woven wool carpet, the raspberry sorbet-coloured field enclosing a purple framed central medallion, allover decorated with stylised flowers and foliage within complimentary multiple guard stripes. 410cm by 296cm, £250-350
A North-West Persian hand-woven wool carpet, the raspberry sorbet-coloured field enclosing a purple framed central medallion, allover decorated with stylised flowers and foliage within complimentary multiple guard stripes. 410cm by 296cm, £250-350

Lot 200

A North-West Persian prayer rug, the grey/blue field with red spandrels within multiple ivory and madder guard stripes, decorated with stylised flowers. 139cm by 89cm, £80-120
A North-West Persian prayer rug, the grey/blue field with red spandrels within multiple ivory and madder guard stripes, decorated with stylised flowers. 139cm by 89cm, £80-120

Lot 201

A small kelim runner, the central field with multiple bands radiating from a central lozenge within multiple guard stripes. 205cm by 65cm, £70-90
A small kelim runner, the central field with multiple bands radiating from a central lozenge within multiple guard stripes. 205cm by 65cm, £70-90

Lot 202

An Afghan Kabul rug of Caucasian design, the brick coloured field with blue-framed ivory and pale blue guls within multiple guard stripes. 183cm by 141cm, £150-200
An Afghan Kabul rug of Caucasian design, the brick coloured field with blue-framed ivory and pale blue guls within multiple guard stripes. 183cm by 141cm, £150-200

Lot 203

A North West Persian rug, the central panel decorated with stylised birds within indigo and madder bands. 151cm by 89cm , £100-150
A North West Persian rug, the central panel decorated with stylised birds within indigo and madder bands. 151cm by 89cm , £100-150

Lot 204

Ditte and Adrian Heath for France and Son, a set of four cantilevered light oak framed chairs, each with striped sling back and seats on trestle supports, frames stamped "France & Son, Made in Denmark" and with circular badge seal. (4) 82cm by 52cm by 49cm, £400-600
Ditte and Adrian Heath for France and Son, a set of four cantilevered light oak framed chairs, each with striped sling back and seats on trestle supports, frames stamped "France & Son, Made in Denmark" and with circular badge seal. (4)  82cm by 52cm by 49cm, £400-600

Lot 205

A Regency gilt gesso and painted pier glass, the (distressed) mirror plate within a reeded ebonised slip and a conforming frame with cluster columns beneath a tablet crest with Chinoiserie gilt and black panel, the cornice applied with spheres (losses). 85cm by 70cm, £100-150
A Regency gilt gesso and painted pier glass, the (distressed) mirror plate within a reeded ebonised slip and a conforming frame with cluster columns beneath a tablet crest with Chinoiserie gilt and black panel, the cornice applied with spheres (losses). 85cm by 70cm, £100-150

Lot 206

A modern brass and glass Corinthian columnar table lamp, with fluted glass column, on a square stepped base, with pleated silk shade. Lamp excluding fitting 42cm, £60-80
A modern brass and glass Corinthian columnar table lamp, with fluted glass column, on a square stepped base, with pleated silk shade. Lamp excluding fitting 42cm, £60-80

Lot 207

A pair of large brass-mounted glass urn-form table lamps, modern, the fluted and panel-moulded body on a stepped square foot, with a pair of textured linen shades. Height of lamp excluding fitting 37cm, £120-180
A pair of large brass-mounted glass urn-form table lamps, modern, the fluted and panel-moulded body on a stepped square foot, with a pair of textured linen shades. Height of lamp excluding fitting 37cm, £120-180

Lot 208

A pair of modern painted columnar toleware table lamps, each polychrome painted with insects, flowers and sprigs, highlighted with gilding, on a square base, with a pair of pleated silk shades. Height of lamps excluding fitting 44cm, £150-250
A pair of modern painted columnar toleware table lamps, each polychrome painted with insects, flowers and sprigs, highlighted with gilding, on a square base, with a pair of pleated silk shades. Height of lamps excluding fitting 44cm, £150-250

Lot 209

A pair of modern painted turned wooden table lamps, of slender baluster form, gilt-painted with floral sprays against a black ground, with a pair of pleated silk shades. Height of lamps excluding fitting 48.5cm, £80-120
A pair of modern painted turned wooden table lamps, of slender baluster form, gilt-painted with floral sprays against a black ground, with a pair of pleated silk shades. Height of lamps excluding fitting 48.5cm, £80-120

Lot 210

A pair of modern toleware urn-form table lamps, each with gilt acorn and oak leaf decoration, and lion mask ring handles, on a square base, with a pair of pleated silk shades. Height of lamps excluding fitting 40cm, £150-250
A pair of modern toleware urn-form table lamps, each with gilt acorn and oak leaf decoration, and lion mask ring handles, on a square base, with a pair of pleated silk shades. Height of lamps excluding fitting 40cm, £150-250

Lot 211

A large Chinoiserie decorated cushion-framed wall mirror in early 20th century style, the rectangular plate within a conforming black frame beneath a fret-carved crest. 125.5cm by 90.5cm, £200-300
A large Chinoiserie decorated cushion-framed wall mirror in early 20th century style, the rectangular plate within a conforming black frame beneath a fret-carved crest. 125.5cm by 90.5cm, £200-300

Lot 212

A large Chinoiserie decorated wall mirror in George II style, the shaped rectangular plate within a conforming moulded frame allover decorated in gilt with Oriental scenes against a scarlet ground. 124cm by 66cm, £300-500
A large Chinoiserie decorated wall mirror in George II style, the shaped rectangular plate within a conforming moulded frame allover decorated in gilt with Oriental scenes against a scarlet ground. 124cm by 66cm, £300-500

Lot 213

A 19th century rosewood wall mirror, the rectangular plate within a cushion-moulded frame with raised gilt border. 88cm by 71.5cm, £150-200
A 19th century rosewood wall mirror, the rectangular plate within a cushion-moulded frame with raised gilt border. 88cm by 71.5cm, £150-200

Lot 214

A large oval giltwod wall mirror, the plate within a carved fluted frame incorporating beaded and egg-and-dart details. 77cm by 109cm, £120-180
A large oval giltwod wall mirror, the plate within a carved fluted frame incorporating beaded and egg-and-dart details. 77cm by 109cm, £120-180

Lot 215

A William IV mahogany washstand, with three quarter gallery, pair of frieze drawers, raised on reeded tapering legs united by a shaped undertier. 81cm by 110cm by 52cm, £120-180
A William IV mahogany washstand, with three quarter gallery, pair of frieze drawers, raised on reeded tapering legs united by a shaped undertier. 81cm by 110cm by 52cm, £120-180

Lot 216

A Scottish Regency mahogany bowfront chest, with three short and three long graduated drawers, raised on bracket feet. 99cm by 118cm by 56cm, £200-300
A Scottish Regency mahogany bowfront chest, with three short and three long graduated drawers, raised on bracket feet. 99cm by 118cm by 56cm, £200-300

Lot 217

An early 19th century French mahogany and gilt-metal mounted console table, the rectangular Carrara marble top above a frieze drawer, raised on scrolled front legs, united by a concave undertier. 90cm by 87cm by 44cm, £300-400
An early 19th century French mahogany and gilt-metal mounted console table, the rectangular Carrara marble top above a frieze drawer, raised on scrolled front legs, united by a concave undertier. 90cm by 87cm by 44cm, £300-400

Lot 218

A Regency mahogany card table, c. 1820, the hinged rectangular crossbanded top enclosing a baize lined interior, raise on four turned pillars and four downswept legs. 74cm by 92cm by 45cm, £200-300
A Regency mahogany card table, c. 1820, the hinged rectangular crossbanded top enclosing a baize lined interior, raise on four turned pillars and four downswept legs. 74cm by 92cm by 45cm, £200-300

Lot 219

A late George III mahogany chest, c. 1800, the rectangular top above two short and three long graduated drawers, on splayed bracket feet. 92cm by 109cm by 54.5cm, £200-300
A late George III mahogany chest, c. 1800, the rectangular top above two short and three long graduated drawers, on splayed bracket feet. 92cm by 109cm by 54.5cm, £200-300

Lot 220

A mid-18th century oak lowboy, the rectangular moulded top above three frieze drawers and a shaped apron, raised on cabriole legs and pad feet. 77cm by 82cm by 46.5cm , £150-250
A mid-18th century oak lowboy, the rectangular moulded top above three frieze drawers and a shaped apron, raised on cabriole legs and pad feet. 77cm by 82cm by 46.5cm , £150-250

Lot 221

A William IV mahogany centre table, in the style of James Mein, the circular top with moulded edge, raised on a turned column and triform base, with beaded edge, on scroll feet. 70cm by 68cm , £200-300
A William IV mahogany centre table, in the style of James Mein, the circular top with moulded edge, raised on a turned column and triform base, with beaded edge, on scroll feet. 70cm by 68cm , £200-300

Lot 222

An early Victorian rosewood occasional table, the circular top with moulded frieze raised on an octagonal faceted pillar, concave triform base and flattened bun feet with concealed brass castors. 70cm by 57cm , £150-200
An early Victorian rosewood occasional table, the circular top with moulded frieze raised on an octagonal faceted pillar, concave triform base and flattened bun feet with concealed brass castors. 70cm by 57cm , £150-200

Lot 223

A modern oak framed centre stool, the rectangular seat upholstered in striped fabric, on baluster shaped legs and lacquered brass castors. 38cm by 104cm by 65cm , £100-150
A modern oak framed centre stool, the rectangular seat upholstered in striped fabric, on baluster shaped legs and lacquered brass castors. 38cm by 104cm by 65cm , £100-150

Lot 224

A George II style painted kneehole desk, the rectangular top above a frieze drawer, a panelled cupboard and twin banks of short drawers, allover decorated in gilt with Chinoiserie scenes against a black ground. 76cm by 88cm by 49cm, £200-300
A George II style painted kneehole desk, the rectangular top above a frieze drawer, a panelled cupboard and twin banks of short drawers, allover decorated in gilt with Chinoiserie scenes against a black ground. 76cm by 88cm by 49cm, £200-300

Lot 225

A pair of Victorian mahogany bedside chests, each with five graduated drawers, raised on a plinth base (alterations, formerly part of a dressing table). 83cm by 44cm by 40cm, £200-300
A pair of Victorian mahogany bedside chests, each with five graduated drawers, raised on a plinth base (alterations, formerly part of a dressing table). 83cm by 44cm by 40cm, £200-300

Lot 226

A 19th century Pembroke table, of characteristic form, the hinged rectangular top above a frieze drawer, on ring-turned tapering legs. 73cm by 77cm by 62cm , £70-100
A 19th century Pembroke table, of characteristic form, the hinged rectangular top above a frieze drawer, on ring-turned tapering legs. 73cm by 77cm by 62cm , £70-100

Lot 227

A George II style painted lowboy, the rectangular top above four variously sized drawers, raised on cabriole legs and pad feet, allover decorated in gilt with Chinoiserie scenes against a black ground. 76cm by 79cm by 50cm, £200-300
A George II style painted lowboy, the rectangular top above four variously sized drawers, raised on cabriole legs and pad feet, allover decorated in gilt with Chinoiserie scenes against a black ground. 76cm by 79cm by 50cm, £200-300

Lot 228

A George IV rosewood occasional table, the circular top raised on a turned lotus-carved pillar with gadrooned collar, on a concave triform base and flattened bun feet. 72cm by 50cm, £250-400
A George IV rosewood occasional table, the circular top raised on a turned lotus-carved pillar with gadrooned collar, on a concave triform base and flattened bun feet. 72cm by 50cm, £250-400

Lot 229

A William IV mahogany occasional table, the rectangular top and moulded frieze raised on a turned spreading pillar, concave base and boldly reeded feet. 71.5cm by 53.5cm by 43cm, £150-250
A William IV mahogany occasional table, the rectangular top and moulded frieze raised on a turned spreading pillar, concave base and boldly reeded feet. 71.5cm by 53.5cm by 43cm, £150-250

Lot 230

A modern buttoned leather desk chair, the padded back, arms and seat with close-nailed detail, raised on a swivel base. 104cm by 59cm by 65cm, £150-250
A modern buttoned leather desk chair, the padded back, arms and seat with close-nailed detail, raised on a swivel base. 104cm by 59cm by 65cm, £150-250

Lot 231

A 19th century mahogany extending dining table, the oval top enclosing two additional leaves, raised on moulded baluster legs, with bulbous collars and ceramic castors (top possibly of an earlier date and re-shaped). 74cm by 260cm (extended) by 137cm, £200-300
A 19th century mahogany extending dining table, the oval top enclosing two additional leaves, raised on moulded baluster legs, with bulbous collars and ceramic castors (top possibly of an earlier date and re-shaped). 74cm by 260cm (extended) by 137cm, £200-300

Lot 232

A pair of modern leather club chairs, each with buttoned back and scroll arms, with close-nailed brass detail, raised on moulded front legs. 86cm by 82cm by 94cm, £300-400
A pair of modern leather club chairs, each with buttoned back and scroll arms, with close-nailed brass detail, raised on moulded front legs. 86cm by 82cm by 94cm, £300-400

Lot 233

A fine and unusual William IV figured walnut cabinet bookcase, the projecting cornice above a pair of glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, the base fitted with a pair of cupboard doors, raised on a plinth base. 212cm by 116cm by 44cm, £600-800
A fine and unusual William IV figured walnut cabinet bookcase, the projecting cornice above a pair of glazed doors enclosing three adjustable shelves, the base fitted with a pair of cupboard doors, raised on a plinth base. 212cm by 116cm by 44cm, £600-800

Lot 234

A set of eight late 19th century mahogany dining chairs, each with balloon back, and pierced splat, above an upholstered drop-in seat, on turned tapered legs. (8) 88cm by 43cm by 52cm, £200-300
A set of eight late 19th century mahogany dining chairs, each with balloon back, and pierced splat, above an upholstered drop-in seat, on turned tapered legs. (8) 88cm by 43cm by 52cm, £200-300

Lot 235

A modern floral upholstered three-seater sofa, with detachable cushion back and seat, between outswept arms, raised on castors. 93cm by 198cm by 97cm, £150-200
A modern floral upholstered three-seater sofa, with detachable cushion back and seat, between outswept arms, raised on castors. 93cm by 198cm by 97cm, £150-200

Lot 236

A 19th century mahogany sideboard, c. 1830, the gallery back (possibly associated), incorporating foliate scrolls and an anthemion motif, above a central concave drawer flanked by a pair of barrel fronted drawers, above a pair of cupboards, each with cellaret drawer, (one zinc lined), on a plinth base. 145cm by 216cm by 60cm, £200-300
A 19th century mahogany sideboard, c. 1830, the gallery back (possibly associated), incorporating foliate scrolls and an anthemion motif, above a central concave drawer flanked by a pair of barrel fronted drawers, above a pair of cupboards, each with cellaret drawer, (one zinc lined), on a plinth base. 145cm by 216cm by 60cm, £200-300

Lot 237

A Regency style painted centre table, allover decorated with gilt Chinoiserie against a black ground, the circular top raised on a turned pillar, and triform concave base. 70.5cm by 79cm diameter, £250-400
A Regency style painted centre table, allover decorated with gilt Chinoiserie against a black ground, the circular top raised on a turned pillar, and triform concave base. 70.5cm by 79cm diameter, £250-400

Lot 238

An early 19th century boxwood-strung mahogany writing slope, the hinged body enclosing a tooled leather skiver, ink bottles and pen well with additional drawer to one side, on an associated base. 21cm by 54cm by 25cm, £80-120
An early 19th century boxwood-strung mahogany writing slope, the hinged body enclosing a tooled leather skiver, ink bottles and pen well with additional drawer to one side, on an associated base. 21cm by 54cm by 25cm, £80-120

Lot 239

A contemporary elm-framed lounge chair, possibly by Habitat, the turned spar back and downswept arms enclosing two detachable green leather cushions, on moulded tapering legs. 76cm by 60cm by 80cm, £80-120
A contemporary elm-framed lounge chair, possibly by Habitat, the turned spar back and downswept arms enclosing two detachable green leather cushions, on moulded tapering legs. 76cm by 60cm by 80cm, £80-120

Lot 240

A mid-19th century mahogany Whatnot of small proportions, the three rectangular tiers surmounted by turned finials, and with baluster supports, raised on brass caps and castors. 79cm by 38cm by 33cm, £60-80
A mid-19th century mahogany Whatnot of small proportions, the three rectangular tiers surmounted by turned finials, and with baluster supports, raised on brass caps and castors. 79cm by 38cm by 33cm, £60-80

Lot 241

A handsome 19th century brass Colza lamp, the urn-form reservoir with flame finial, the body pierced and cast with grapes and vine, on a reeded baluster stem issuing a single arm with columnar shade-holder (converted to electricity). Height 47.5cm, £150-250
A handsome 19th century brass Colza lamp, the urn-form reservoir with flame finial, the body pierced and cast with grapes and vine, on a reeded baluster stem issuing a single arm with columnar shade-holder (converted to electricity). Height 47.5cm, £150-250

Lot 242

A pair of 19th century giltwood armchairs, in the French taste, each cresting rail with beaded and scroll details above an upholstered back and seat within acanthus moulded arms, raised on turned legs with foliate capitals (one back leg requires repair) 104cm x 64cm x 59cm, £300-500
A pair of 19th century giltwood armchairs, in the French taste, each cresting rail with beaded and scroll details above an upholstered back and seat within acanthus moulded arms, raised on turned legs with foliate capitals (one back leg requires repair) 104cm x 64cm x 59cm, £300-500

Lot 243

Rolf Rastad and Adolf Relling: A teak-framed reclining armchair c.1960 manufactured by Gimson & Slater, the adjustable back and seat with buttoned upholstery, within projecting arm rests, on moulded legs. 98cm by 71cm by 88cm, £150-200
Rolf Rastad and Adolf Relling: A teak-framed reclining armchair c.1960 manufactured by Gimson & Slater, the adjustable back and seat with buttoned upholstery, within projecting arm rests, on moulded legs. 98cm by 71cm by 88cm, £150-200

Lot 244

An Edwardian mahogany coat stand of Georgian inspiration, the rotating top with foliate border fitted with gilt-brass hooks, raised on a cluster column, carved with palmettes, on a tripod base and scroll feet. 192cm by 37cm, £120-180
An Edwardian mahogany coat stand of Georgian inspiration, the rotating top with foliate border fitted with gilt-brass hooks, raised on a cluster column, carved with palmettes, on a tripod base and scroll feet. 192cm by 37cm, £120-180

Lot 245

Britian: A 1960's leather armchair, the buttoned back and fitted cushion seat raised on a chrome-plated cantilever steel frame, with self-levelling disc feet. 71cm by 71cm by 74cm, £120-180
Britian: A 1960

Lot 246

A rosewood cocktail cabinet, 1960's probably Danish, of rectangular form, with a pair of doors enclosing a mirrored recess, open shelves and drawers, raised on turned tapering legs 111cm by 90cm by 42cm. In accordance with CITES regulations this cabinet has been verified by Laws of Nature, APHA and is accompanied by a letter of expertise., £250-400
A rosewood cocktail cabinet, 1960

Lot 247

An Edwardian rosewood and boxwood-lined writing desk of small proportions, the raised gallery with shaped shelf above a pen and inkwell recess and writing slope, raised on square tapering legs terminating in caps and castors. 104cm by 53cm by 45cm, £80-120
An Edwardian rosewood and boxwood-lined writing desk of small proportions, the raised gallery with shaped shelf above a pen and inkwell recess and writing slope, raised on square tapering legs terminating in caps and castors. 104cm by 53cm by 45cm, £80-120

Lot 248

Attributed to Gio Ponti: Two hand painted decorative panels, circa 1970s, reverse painted on plexiglass, possibly created as a window decoration for the department stores Shui Hing in Hong Kong (2). 73cm x 104cm and 99cm x 100cm Provenance: Private Collection. Literature: Gio Ponti, L'opera' by Lisa Licitra Ponti, publisher Leonard Milian 1990, pp. 104 - 105 illustrates related works, £120-180
Attributed to Gio Ponti: Two hand painted decorative panels, circa 1970s, reverse painted on plexiglass, possibly created as a window decoration for the department stores Shui Hing in Hong Kong (2). 73cm x 104cm and 99cm x 100cm  Provenance: Private Collection. Literature: Gio Ponti, L

Lot 249

A Derbyshire early 18th century side chair, the panel back with undulating top and inverted scroll stiles, above a solid seat, on turned and block legs with corresponding stretchers. 101cm by 48cm by 40cm, £80-120

<p>A Derbyshire early 18th century side chair, the panel back with undulating top and inverted scroll stiles, above a solid seat, on turned and block legs with corresponding stretchers. 101cm by 48cm by 40cm, £80-120</p>

Lot 250

A set of four Scottish mid-19th century elm dining chairs, probably originating from Fife, each with curved top rail, buttoned mid-rail above a slightly concave seat, on square section legs united by stretchers. (4) 84cm by 44cm by 44cm, £100-200
A set of four Scottish mid-19th century elm dining chairs, probably originating from Fife, each with curved top rail, buttoned mid-rail above a slightly concave seat, on square section legs united by stretchers. (4) 84cm by 44cm by 44cm, £100-200

Lot 251

A small early 19th century mahogany bowfronted chest of drawers, with two short over two long drawers, with gilt-brass pulls, above a scrolling apron and raised on bracket feet. 80cm by 90.5cm by 56.5cm, £100-150
A small early 19th century mahogany bowfronted chest of drawers, with two short over two long drawers, with gilt-brass pulls, above a scrolling apron and raised on bracket feet. 80cm by 90.5cm by 56.5cm, £100-150

Lot 252

A Mexican lacquer jewellery chest, c. 1980, of rectangular form, fitted with three short and two long drawers, elaborately polychrome decorated with birds, flowers and foliage to the top, sides, back and front. 21.5cm by 25cm by 15.5cm, £70-90
A Mexican lacquer jewellery chest, c. 1980, of rectangular form, fitted with three short and two long drawers, elaborately polychrome decorated with birds, flowers and foliage to the top, sides, back and front. 21.5cm by 25cm by 15.5cm, £70-90

Lot 253

A Scottish Arts & Crafts brass wall mirror, the circular plate within a frame repousse with Celtic roundels and stylised foliage. Diameter 54cm, £120-180
A Scottish Arts & Crafts brass wall mirror, the circular plate within a frame repousse with Celtic roundels and stylised foliage. Diameter 54cm, £120-180

Lot 254

A kilim-covered box ottoman, of cube form. 51cm by 53cm by 39cm, £80-120
A kilim-covered box ottoman, of cube form. 51cm by 53cm by 39cm, £80-120

Lot 255

A small Korean brass-mounted elm cabinet, the pagoda top above an arrangement of twenty short drawers, a cupboard and pair of drawers, with shaped apron on scroll feet. 79cm by 63cm by 22cm, £100-150
A small Korean brass-mounted elm cabinet, the pagoda top above an arrangement of twenty short drawers, a cupboard and pair of drawers, with shaped apron on scroll feet. 79cm by 63cm by 22cm, £100-150

Lot 256

Workshop of Robert "Mouseman" Thompson, a small oak stand or board, octagonal, with carved mouse signature. Diameter 19.5cm, £60-80
Workshop of Robert "Mouseman" Thompson, a small oak stand or board, octagonal, with carved mouse signature. Diameter 19.5cm, £60-80

Lot 257

A hexagonal Indian ivory-inlaid rosewood occasional table by Woods, Bird & Co., Jullundur City (Jalandhar, Punjab), 1945, the top intricately decorated with bands of trailing flowers, stylised fish, serrated lines and lozenges, raised on a hinged base with pierced panels and square section supports, sold with a letter from the cabinet maker dated January 1945. 51cm by 51cm diameter, £250-400
A hexagonal Indian ivory-inlaid rosewood occasional table by Woods, Bird & Co., Jullundur City (Jalandhar, Punjab), 1945, the top intricately decorated with bands of trailing flowers, stylised fish, serrated lines and lozenges, raised on a hinged base with pierced panels and square section supports, sold with a letter from the cabinet maker dated January 1945. 51cm by 51cm diameter, £250-400

Lot 258

An Indian ivory-inlaid rosewood three tier cakestand, probably by Woods, Bird & Co., Jullundur City (Jalandhar, Punjab), 1945, with hexagonal dished tiers, intricately inlaid border, raised on trestle supports incorporating a carrying handle. 88cm by 28cm by 26cm, £80-120
An  Indian ivory-inlaid rosewood three tier cakestand, probably by Woods, Bird & Co., Jullundur City (Jalandhar, Punjab), 1945, with hexagonal dished tiers, intricately inlaid border, raised on trestle supports incorporating a carrying handle. 88cm by 28cm by 26cm, £80-120

Lot 259

An Indian ivory-inlaid rosewood tray by Woods, Bird & Co., Jullundur City (Jalandhar, Punjab), 1945, of rectangular form with canted corners and moulded handles, the border inlaid with stylised flowers and fish. 54cm by 32cm, £60-90
An Indian ivory-inlaid rosewood tray by Woods, Bird & Co., Jullundur City (Jalandhar, Punjab), 1945, of rectangular form with canted corners and moulded handles, the border inlaid with stylised flowers and fish. 54cm by 32cm, £60-90

Lot 260

A pair of vintage painted papier mache table lamps, of pierced baluster form, polychrome decorated with flowers and leaves. Height excluding fitting 42cm, £80-120
A pair of vintage painted papier mache table lamps, of pierced baluster form, polychrome decorated with flowers and leaves. Height excluding fitting 42cm, £80-120

Lot 261

A substantial carved sandstone plinth, possibly part of a font, in three sections, circular, the base in two sections with buttressed elements beneath a cylindrical section, now supporting a composition stone shallow planter. Height 68cm, diameter c. 53cm, £100-150
A substantial carved sandstone plinth, possibly part of a font, in three sections, circular, the base in two sections with buttressed elements beneath a cylindrical section, now supporting a composition stone shallow planter. Height 68cm, diameter c. 53cm, £100-150

Lot 262

An Edwardian giltwood and gesso wall mirror, the oval plate within a carved egg-and-dart frame surmounted by trailing ribbon-tied swags. 72cm by 97cm, £150-200
An Edwardian giltwood and gesso wall mirror, the oval plate within a carved egg-and-dart frame surmounted by trailing ribbon-tied swags. 72cm by 97cm, £150-200

Lot 263

A pair of large Gothic Revival brass altar sticks, 19th century, each candle sconce within a circular drip tray with trefoil gallery, on a turned knopped stem, raised on a ridged domed circular base, weighted. 57cm, £120-180
A pair of large Gothic Revival brass altar sticks, 19th century, each candle sconce within a circular drip tray with trefoil gallery, on a turned knopped stem, raised on a ridged domed circular base, weighted. 57cm, £120-180

Lot 264

A George III string-inlaid mahogany knife box, of serpentine form, with a re-fitted interior. 38cm by 22cm by 29cm, £70-100
A George III string-inlaid mahogany knife box, of serpentine form, with a re-fitted interior. 38cm by 22cm by 29cm, £70-100

Lot 265

A George III mahogany, brass-mounted and boxwood strung tray, of oval form with loop handles, the exterior with twin brass bands. Width across handles 69cm, £80-120
A George III mahogany, brass-mounted and boxwood strung tray, of oval form with loop handles, the exterior with twin brass bands. Width across handles 69cm, £80-120

Lot 266

A 19th century mahogany framed two seater settee in George III style, the upholstered back and seat between outswept arms, raised on tapering square section legs carved with anthemion ribbons and trailing harebells, on block feet applied with roundels. 112cm by 121cm by 70cm, £150-200
A 19th century mahogany framed two seater settee in George III style, the upholstered back and seat between outswept arms, raised on tapering square section legs carved with anthemion ribbons and trailing harebells, on block feet applied with roundels. 112cm by 121cm by 70cm, £150-200

Lot 267

A Victorian walnut writing desk of neat proportions, the rectangular top inset with a tooled leather skiver within a moulded edge above a plain frieze with side drawer fitted with a pen tray and Hobbs of London locks, raised on turned legs with flared collars. 74.5cm by 64cm by 48cm, £200-300
A Victorian walnut writing desk of neat proportions, the rectangular top inset with a tooled leather skiver within a moulded edge above a plain frieze with side drawer fitted with a pen tray and Hobbs of London locks, raised on turned legs with flared collars. 74.5cm by 64cm by 48cm, £200-300

Lot 268

A Victorian easy armchair, upholstered in a gold floral fabric, raised on turned front legs, one back leg stamped "P", castors replaced. , £80-120
A Victorian easy armchair, upholstered in a gold floral fabric, raised on turned front legs, one back leg stamped "P", castors replaced. , £80-120

Lot 269

A mid-19th century mahogany Estate or Rent desk, the cylinder top enclosing a fitted interior of drawers, pigeon holes and a pull-out writing surface, raised on a pair of pedestals fitted drawers with letters "A" to "H", (the top right drawer with detachable metal coin trays), the reverse with a further pair of drawers and a pair of cupboards with Chubb of London locks, raised on plinth base and moving on castors. 85cm by 79cm by 125cm, £150-250
A mid-19th century mahogany Estate or Rent desk, the cylinder top enclosing a fitted interior of drawers, pigeon holes and a pull-out writing surface, raised on a pair of pedestals fitted drawers with letters "A" to "H", (the top right drawer with detachable metal coin trays), the reverse with a further pair of drawers and a pair of cupboards with Chubb of London locks, raised on plinth base and moving on castors. 85cm by 79cm by 125cm, £150-250

Lot 270

A mid-Victorian boxwood-inlaid walnut and gilt-metal mounted credenza, the breakfront top above a central glazed door flanked by a pair of bowfronted glazed cupboards, raised on a plinth base. 99cm by 149cm by 36cm, £200-300
A mid-Victorian boxwood-inlaid walnut and gilt-metal mounted credenza, the breakfront top above a central glazed door flanked by a pair of bowfronted glazed cupboards, raised on a plinth base. 99cm by 149cm by 36cm, £200-300

Lot 271

A set of six Scottish Regency stained beech chairs c.1820, each slightly curved top rail incised with foliate scrolls, above a reeded mid-rail and woven cane seat, raised on acanthus-carved sabre legs united by a turned stretcher. (6) 83cm by 43cm by 51cm , £300-400
A set of six Scottish Regency stained beech chairs c.1820, each slightly curved top rail incised with foliate scrolls, above a reeded mid-rail and woven cane seat, raised on acanthus-carved sabre legs united by a turned stretcher. (6) 83cm by 43cm by 51cm , £300-400

Lot 272

A 1950's 'Satelite' armchair, in the manner of Lloyd Loom, the woven triangular frame with pad seat, raised on steel rod legs with white plastic caps. 70.5cm by 75cm by 53cm, £80-120
A 1950

Lot 273

A Victorian mahogany framed library chair, the back, arms and seat upholstered in faded red leather, raised on bulbous turned legs and castors. 100cm by 74cm by 90cm, £200-300
A Victorian mahogany framed library chair, the back, arms and seat upholstered in faded red leather, raised on bulbous turned legs and castors. 100cm by 74cm by 90cm, £200-300

Lot 274

A late 19th century black japanned toleware galleried tray, rectangular, centred by a lacquered gilt floral spray, within a painted gilt floral border. 44cm by 61cm, £80-120
A late 19th century black japanned toleware galleried tray, rectangular, centred by a lacquered gilt floral spray, within a painted gilt floral border. 44cm by 61cm, £80-120

Lot 275

A 19th century rosewood work table, the hinged boxwood-strung top with rounded ends, above a pull-out wool bag, raised on slender turned trestle supports, and downswept legs. 77cm by 51cm by 35cm, £80-120
A 19th century rosewood work table, the hinged boxwood-strung top with rounded ends, above a pull-out wool bag, raised on slender turned trestle supports, and downswept legs. 77cm by 51cm by 35cm, £80-120

Lot 276

An unusual late 19th century solid sycamore book trough, with undulating sides and moulded feet. 15.5cm by 49cm by 29cm, £50-70
An unusual late 19th century solid sycamore book trough, with undulating sides and moulded feet. 15.5cm by 49cm by 29cm, £50-70

Lot 277

A 19th century mahogany toilet mirror, the shield-shaped plate raised on scrolled supports, on a serpentine base fitted with three drawers, raised on later turned feet. 57.5cm by 44cm by 19.5cm, £50-70
A 19th century mahogany toilet mirror, the shield-shaped plate raised on scrolled supports, on a serpentine base fitted with three drawers, raised on later turned feet. 57.5cm by 44cm by 19.5cm, £50-70

Lot 278

A late George III mahogany and brass-bound campaign writing box, the hinged top with unusual triple lock plate, enclosing a pen tray, lacking writing surface, flanked by a pair of brass drop handles. 23cm by 52cm by 32cm, £100-150
A late George III mahogany and brass-bound campaign writing box, the hinged top with unusual triple lock plate, enclosing a pen tray, lacking writing surface, flanked by a pair of brass drop handles. 23cm by 52cm by 32cm, £100-150

Lot 279

A good George III mahogany bowfront chest c.1800, the rectangular top above four graduated long drawers and a shaped apron, raised on splayed bracket feet. 97.5cm by 105cm by 58cm, £400-600
A good George III mahogany bowfront chest c.1800, the rectangular top above four graduated long drawers and a shaped apron, raised on splayed bracket feet. 97.5cm by 105cm by 58cm, £400-600

Lot 280

An early 19th century mahogany toilet mirror, the oval plate within scroll supports, on a serpentine base with three drawers, raised on bracket feet. 57cm by 43cm by 21cm, £40-60
An early 19th century mahogany toilet mirror, the oval plate within scroll supports, on a serpentine base with three drawers, raised on bracket feet. 57cm by 43cm by 21cm, £40-60

Lot 281

An early 20th century pine and iron-bound travelling trunk, the top inscribed in block print "A.W. Ogilvie", with the letter "O" on all sides, the hinged lid enclosing a metal-lined interior, with pressed metal carrying handles. 51.5cm by 92cm by 56cm, £120-180
An early 20th century pine and iron-bound travelling trunk, the top inscribed in block print "A.W. Ogilvie", with the letter "O" on all sides, the hinged lid enclosing a metal-lined interior, with pressed metal carrying handles. 51.5cm by 92cm by 56cm, £120-180

Lot 282

A Regency mahogany and boxwood strung bowfront chest, the caddy top above two short and three long drawers, above an apron with radiating inlay and raised on bracket feet. 98cm by 106cm by 56cm, £150-250
A Regency mahogany and boxwood strung bowfront chest, the caddy top above two short and three long drawers, above an apron with radiating inlay and raised on bracket feet. 98cm by 106cm by 56cm, £150-250

Lot 283

A George III oak chest, with two short and three long drawers, raised on bracket feet (possibly reduced in height). 91cm by 96cm by 50cm, £150-200
A George III oak chest, with two short and three long drawers, raised on bracket feet (possibly reduced in height). 91cm by 96cm by 50cm, £150-200

Lot 284

A George III mahogany foldover card table, the rectangular top above a concertina action, on channel-moulded square section legs, re-finished. 75cm by 89cm by 44cm, £80-120
A George III mahogany foldover card table, the rectangular top above a concertina action, on channel-moulded square section legs, re-finished. 75cm by 89cm by 44cm, £80-120

Lot 285

A Scottish George III mahogany side table, c. 1800, the rectangular top above a frieze drawer, on tapering square section legs. 74cm by 76cm by 48cm, £100-150
A Scottish George III mahogany side table, c. 1800, the rectangular top above a frieze drawer, on tapering square section legs. 74cm by 76cm by 48cm, £100-150

Lot 286

A George III mahogany semi-elliptical tea table, the crossbanded top with boxwood border above a plain frieze on square tapering legs. 76cm by 92cm by 46cm, £150-200
A George III mahogany semi-elliptical tea table, the crossbanded top with boxwood border above a plain frieze on square tapering legs. 76cm by 92cm by 46cm, £150-200

Lot 287

A George III mahogany and ebony lined tea table, the hinged rectangular top with rounded and reeded edge, raised on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet. 72cm by 92cm by 45cm, £150-200
A George III mahogany and ebony lined tea table, the hinged rectangular top with rounded and reeded edge, raised on square tapering legs terminating in spade feet. 72cm by 92cm by 45cm, £150-200

Lot 288

Vico Magistretti: a leather Maralunga two seater sofa designed 1973, manufactured by Cassina, with adjustable arms and headrests and two detachable cushions, on a plastic plinth feet. 73cm by 164cm by 74cm, £700-1000
Vico Magistretti: a leather Maralunga two seater sofa designed 1973, manufactured by Cassina, with adjustable arms and headrests and two detachable cushions, on a plastic plinth feet. 73cm by 164cm by 74cm, £700-1000

Lot 289

Vico Magistretti: a pair of leather Maralunga lounge chairs designed 1972, manufactured by Cassina, each with adjustable back and armrest enclosing a detachable cushion, on plastic plinth feet. 74cm by 98cm by 76cm , £700-1000
Vico Magistretti: a pair of leather Maralunga lounge chairs designed 1972, manufactured by Cassina, each with adjustable back and armrest enclosing a detachable cushion, on plastic plinth feet. 74cm by 98cm by 76cm , £700-1000

Lot 290

A fine and unusual late 19th century Orkney chair, made to mark the occasion of the owner's grandparent's wedding in 1898, attributed to the David Kirkness workshop, the woven grass back within chamfered uprights and outswept arms with scroll terminals, above a solid oak seat, the square section legs and stretchers with unusual chamfered detail, 102cm by 58cm by 54cm. Footnote: The variations and additional refinements of this chair may be explained by the circumstances of its making. Many details are characteristic of the Kirkness workshop such as the typical tightly scrolled arm terminals, but additional features including the enclosed arms and gothic inspired chamfering (possibly an ecclesiastical reference) may be unique. The woven reed back is also interesting and much finer than black oat straw which is widely used. The owner understands this is a grass, now all but extinct, but formerly found amongst the island's dunes., £1200-1600
A fine and unusual late 19th century Orkney chair, made to mark the occasion of the owner

Lot 291

A late 19th century oak framed child's Orkney chair, attributed to David Kirkness of Kirkwall, the woven black oaked straw back within outswept arms with scroll terminals, and quarter-woven seat, on square section legs united by stretchers. 82cm by 52cm by 49cm, £400-600
A late 19th century oak framed child

Lot 292

A mid-18th century gateleg dining table, the mahogany oval top with twin drop flaps, raised on unusual turned legs with beaded collars and claw and ball feet. 75cm by 143cm by 130cm, £150-200
A mid-18th century gateleg dining table, the mahogany oval top with twin drop flaps, raised on unusual turned legs with beaded collars and claw and ball feet. 75cm by 143cm by 130cm, £150-200

Lot 293

Richard La Trobe Bateman RCA, an oak-framed side chair designed 1983, the rectangular back with diagonal struts above a woven cane seat on square section legs. 135cm by 42cm by 45cm, £150-200
Richard La Trobe Bateman RCA, an oak-framed side chair designed 1983, the rectangular back with diagonal struts above a woven cane seat on square section legs. 135cm by 42cm by 45cm, £150-200

Lot 294

An early 20th century carved Burmese stand of hinged X-form, with pierced panels, decorated with mythical animals and elephants, within fret-carved borders. 52cm by 59cm by 30cm, £60-80
An early 20th century carved Burmese stand of hinged X-form, with pierced panels, decorated with mythical animals and elephants, within fret-carved borders. 52cm by 59cm by 30cm, £60-80

Lot 295

A large mid-19th century rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy, elaborately inlaid in abalone and mother of pearl in floral and foliate patterns, the cover opening to twin lidded compartments, the lids gilt-wire inlaid with initials "G" and "B", possibly a wedding gift, lacking mixing bowl. 23cm by 37cm by 20.5cm, £100-150
A large mid-19th century rosewood sarcophagus tea caddy, elaborately inlaid in abalone and mother of pearl in floral and foliate patterns, the cover opening to twin lidded compartments, the lids gilt-wire inlaid with initials "G" and "B", possibly a wedding gift, lacking mixing bowl. 23cm by 37cm by 20.5cm, £100-150

Lot 296

A 19th/early 20th century "Tramp Art" carved wooden mirror, the rectangular plate within a frame carved in relief with star, diamond, heart and other motifs within lozenge-shaped reserves. Dimensions overall 76cm by 63cm, £80-120
A 19th/early 20th century "Tramp Art" carved wooden mirror, the rectangular plate within a frame carved in relief with star, diamond, heart and other motifs within lozenge-shaped reserves. Dimensions overall 76cm by 63cm, £80-120

Lot 297

A pair of French late 19th century marquetry tables, each oval top inlaid with flowers above three short drawers, raised on slender cabriole legs. 71.5cm by 29cm by 22cm, £150-250
A pair of French late 19th century marquetry tables, each oval top inlaid with flowers above three short drawers, raised on slender cabriole legs. 71.5cm by 29cm by 22cm, £150-250

Lot 298

A pair of late Victorian hall chairs, c. 1890, each with pointed pediment with chip-carved details, above a corresponding tablet and solid seat, on ring-turned legs. 100cm by 46cm by 40cm, £80-120
A pair of late Victorian hall chairs, c. 1890, each with pointed pediment with chip-carved details, above a corresponding tablet and solid seat, on ring-turned legs. 100cm by 46cm by 40cm, £80-120

Lot 299

An Edwardian brass stick stand, with urn finial and three hoop divisions, on a turned column and painted iron base. 66cm by 23cm, £40-60
An Edwardian brass stick stand, with urn finial and three hoop divisions, on a turned column and painted iron base. 66cm by 23cm, £40-60

Lot 300

A pair of Edwardian mahogany side chairs, in the style of William and John Linnell, the shield shaped back enclosing a pierced anthemion splat, above an upholstered seat, on tapering legs carved with trailing harebells. 99.5cm by 53cm by 50cm, £80-120
A pair of Edwardian mahogany side chairs, in the style of William and John Linnell, the shield shaped back enclosing a pierced anthemion splat, above an upholstered seat, on tapering legs carved with trailing harebells. 99.5cm by 53cm by 50cm, £80-120

Lot 301

An unusual Scottish William IV rosewood centre table, in the manner of James Mein of Kelso, the rectangular top with rounded corners above an undulating frieze carved on each side with an armorial depicting a stag beneath a tree, raised on a turned pillar with foliate collar and concave base with bun feet with counter-sunk brass castors. 77cm by 123cm by 57cm, £200-400
An unusual Scottish William IV rosewood centre table, in the manner of James Mein of Kelso, the rectangular top with rounded corners above an undulating frieze carved on each side with an armorial depicting a stag beneath a tree, raised on a turned pillar with foliate collar and concave base with bun feet with counter-sunk brass castors. 77cm by 123cm by 57cm, £200-400

Lot 302

A Scottish William IV rosewood tea table, the hinged rectangular top enclosing a baize lined interior, raised on turned lotus clasp pillar, concave base on acanthus carved feet, with counter-sunk brass castors. 74.5cm by 91cm by 45cm, £200-300
A Scottish William IV rosewood tea table, the hinged rectangular top enclosing a baize lined interior, raised on turned lotus clasp pillar, concave base on acanthus carved feet, with counter-sunk brass castors. 74.5cm by 91cm by 45cm, £200-300

Lot 303

A pair of late 19th century pitch pine hall chairs, the rectangular back of anchor form with loop handle, above a solid seat and recessed frieze applied with turned roundels, on turned legs. 99cm by 48.5cm by 40cm, £100-150
A pair of late 19th century pitch pine hall chairs, the rectangular back of anchor form with loop handle, above a solid seat and recessed frieze applied with turned roundels, on turned legs. 99cm by 48.5cm by 40cm, £100-150

Lot 304

A 19th century elm child's high chair, with yoke top rail and pierced splat within outswept arms above a quarter woven seat, raised on channel moulded legs (historic worm and damages). 85cm by 41cm by 34cm, £30-50
A 19th century elm child

Lot 305

A large mid-19th century cheval dressing mirror, the shaped rectangular plate within a moulded frame supported by fluted and gadrooned uprights, on trestle supports. 88cm by 86cm by 37cm, £80-120
A large mid-19th century cheval dressing mirror, the shaped rectangular plate within a moulded frame supported by fluted and gadrooned uprights, on trestle supports. 88cm by 86cm by 37cm, £80-120

Lot 306

A set of SIX mahogany dining chairs, mid-19th century, each with over-sized table top rail, and scrolling mid-rail, above a drop-in seat, raised on octagonal tapering front legs. 92cm by 49cm by 42cm (6), £100-150 (four of the set illustrated)

<p>A set of SIX mahogany dining chairs, mid-19th century, each with over-sized table top rail, and scrolling mid-rail, above a drop-in seat, raised on octagonal tapering front legs. 92cm by 49cm by 42cm (6), £100-150 (four of the set illustrated)</p>

Lot 307

A Scottish mid-19th century drumhead longcase clock, the circular 14' enamelled dial inscribed George White, Glasgow, with Roman numerals and subsidiary dials, within a moulded hood with foliate carved corners over a crossbanded trunk and box base (lacking feet). 211cm, £200-300
A Scottish mid-19th century drumhead longcase clock, the circular 14

Lot 308

A vintage Piaget gentleman's 18ct gold wristwatch, the circular gilt dial with baton markers inscribed "Piaget Automatic", the case with stamped marks 750 and 18, and with cabochon winder, on a textured 18ct gold bracelet strap, similarly stamped, the case engraved verso "12601 A6 / 103096", automatic movement, (bracelet strap shortened), boxed and with further display case. Diameter of dial 28mm, length of strap 17.5cm, weight 74 grams. , £4000-6000
A vintage Piaget gentleman

Lot 309

A Scottish George III mahogany elbow chair, the moulded yoke shaped cresting rail with foliate carved corners, above a pierced interlaced splat within curved arms with scroll terminals, above a drop-in hide leather seat, raised on square section legs united by unusual astragal/cockpen moulded stretchers. 94cm by 64cm by 54cm, £100-150
A Scottish George III mahogany elbow chair, the moulded yoke shaped cresting rail with foliate carved corners, above a pierced interlaced splat within curved arms with scroll terminals, above a drop-in hide leather seat, raised on square section legs united by unusual astragal/cockpen moulded stretchers. 94cm by 64cm by 54cm, £100-150

Lot 310

A country house three seat sofa, c. 1870, the low buttoned back and arms and padded seat in striped fabric of ticking type, raised on bulbous front legs with cabochon collars moving on ceramic castors (one castor replaced). 64cm by 192cm by 77cm, £600-800
A country house three seat sofa, c. 1870, the low buttoned back and arms and padded seat in striped fabric of ticking type, raised on bulbous front legs with cabochon collars moving on ceramic castors (one castor replaced). 64cm by 192cm by 77cm, £600-800

Lot 311

Henning Kjaernulf, a pair of model 255 chairs manufactured by Bruno Hansen, c. 1960, each hoop-shaped back with V-shaped supports above a black vinyl upholstered seat on turned legs united by a shaped front stretcher, 74cm by 51cm by 47cm. In accordance with CITES regulations this pair of chairs has been verified by Laws of Nature, APHA and is accompanied by a letter of expertise, £300-500
Henning Kjaernulf, a pair of model 255 chairs manufactured by Bruno Hansen, c. 1960, each hoop-shaped back with V-shaped supports above a black vinyl upholstered seat on turned legs united by a shaped front stretcher,  74cm by 51cm by 47cm. In accordance with CITES regulations this pair of chairs has been verified by Laws of Nature, APHA and is accompanied by a letter of expertise, £300-500

Lot 312

A set of three Danish rosewood graduated tables, c. 1965, each rectangular crossbanded top with rounded corners, raised on turned legs with tapering side stretchers, 49cm by 58cm by 40cm (largest). In accordance with CITES regulations this pair of chairs has been verified by Laws of Nature, APHA and is accompanied by a letter of expertise, £200-300
A set of three Danish rosewood graduated tables, c. 1965, each rectangular crossbanded top with rounded corners, raised on turned legs with tapering side stretchers, 49cm by 58cm by 40cm (largest).   In accordance with CITES regulations this pair of chairs has been verified by Laws of Nature, APHA and is accompanied by a letter of expertise, £200-300

Lot 313

McIntosh & Co., Ltd: an early 1960's rosewood-veneered living room cabinet, fitted with four cupboards and a pair of central drawers, raised on cylindrical legs, inside front door bears manufacturer's decal. 128cm by 112cm by 46cm. In accordance with CITES regulations this cabinet has been verified by Laws of Nature, APHA and is accompanied by a letter of expertise, £400-600
McIntosh & Co., Ltd: an early 1960

Lot 314

Johannes Andersen, a set of three graduated rosewood tables, early 1960's, manufactured by Silkborg, each rectangular top with chamfered edge and raised on corresponding tapering legs, bears manufacturer's decal. 51cm by 60cm by 37cm (largest). In accordance with CITES regulations this set of graduated tables has been verified by Laws of Nature, APHA and is accompanied by a letter of expertise., £300-400
Johannes Andersen, a set of three graduated rosewood tables, early 1960

Lot 315

An Edwardian pine artist's easel, of characteristic form, with dual rests, on a trestle base. 189cm by 52cm, £80-120
An Edwardian pine artist

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