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Lot 51

A Scottish pottery flask and cover, early 20th century, possibly Methven Pottery Fife, spherical with elongated neck, the domed cover with pointed knop, the neck painted with sky blue bands, the body sponged with a floral and foliate band, unmarked. Height 32cm. Note: Catherine Blair produced flasks of near identical designs for Mak' Merry. , £80-120
A Scottish pottery flask and cover, early 20th century, possibly Methven Pottery Fife, spherical with elongated neck, the domed cover with pointed knop, the neck painted with sky blue bands, the body sponged with a floral and foliate band, unmarked. Height 32cm. Note: Catherine Blair produced flasks of near identical designs for Mak

Lot 52

Catherine Blair for Mak' Merry Studio, a Scottish pottery bowl and cover, early 20th century, the cover with flattened knop, decorated with fruit and flowers, signed "Mak Merry" in Catherine Blair's hand. 9cm by 13cm, £70-90
Catherine Blair for Mak

Lot 53

Catherine Blair for Mak' Merry Studio, two Scottish pottery salts or mustards, early 20th century, each circular raised on a circular foot, one painted with white flowers against a blue and purple ground, the other with garden flowers against a blue/green ground, each signed Mak Merry in Catherine Blair's hand; together with a Betty Wight for Mak'Merry Studio miniature quaich painted with a band of blue flowers signed Mak'Merry in Betty Wight's hand. (3) Condiments 5.25cm by 7.25cm, quaich across handles 7.75cm, £80-120
Catherine Blair for Mak

Lot 54

A pair of German porcelain figural table lamps, probably Volkstedt, c. 1920, modelled as a lady and gentleman in 18th century costume, she with a lace-trimmed dress, he in a bicorn hat, mounted on gilt-metal bases, before gilt-metal bocage stems with foliate candle cups, underglaze blue factory mark (losses to both figures). Height overall excluding faux-candle tube 24cm, £100-150
A pair of German porcelain figural table lamps, probably Volkstedt, c. 1920, modelled as a lady and gentleman in 18th century costume, she with a lace-trimmed dress, he in a bicorn hat, mounted on gilt-metal bases, before gilt-metal bocage stems with foliate candle cups, underglaze blue factory mark (losses to both figures). Height overall excluding faux-candle tube 24cm, £100-150

Lot 55

A large Bohemian blue flash glass scent bottle, late 19th century, with silver-plated hinged mount (damage to cover); together with an amber flash glass scent of similar date. (2) 24cm and 15cm, £70-90
A large Bohemian blue flash glass scent bottle, late 19th century, with silver-plated hinged mount (damage to cover); together with an amber flash glass scent of similar date. (2) 24cm and 15cm, £70-90

Lot 56

An Austrian pottery half figure of a girl, Ernst Wahliss Vienna, c. 1900, in the Art Nouveau taste, modelled holding floral sprigs on an integral shaped gilt base, impressed, stamped and inscribed marks. Height 37cm, £150-200
An Austrian pottery half figure of a girl, Ernst Wahliss Vienna, c. 1900, in the Art Nouveau taste, modelled holding floral sprigs on an integral shaped gilt base, impressed, stamped and inscribed marks. Height 37cm, £150-200

Lot 57

An Edwardian Aynsley dessert service, c. 1905-10, each piece centred by a gilt roundel, the rims with sprigs and swags of pink and yellow roses within gilt-decorated cobalt blue borders, comprising twelve plates, a comport, a pair of fan-shaped serving dishes and a pair of shaped square serving dishes (17 pieces), green printed factory mark. Comport 11.5cm by 22.5cm , £120-180
An Edwardian Aynsley dessert service, c. 1905-10, each piece centred by a gilt roundel, the rims with sprigs and swags of pink and yellow roses within gilt-decorated cobalt blue borders, comprising twelve plates, a comport, a pair of fan-shaped serving dishes and a pair of shaped square serving dishes (17 pieces), green printed factory mark. Comport 11.5cm by 22.5cm , £120-180

Lot 58

A late 19th/early 20th century Dresden porcelain coffee pot, of hexagonal form, with bud-moulded handle, painted with puce floral sprays and highlighted with gilt Rococo scrolls, gilt-painted factory mark. 19cm, £60-80
A late 19th/early 20th century Dresden porcelain coffee pot, of hexagonal form, with bud-moulded handle, painted with puce floral sprays and highlighted with gilt Rococo scrolls, gilt-painted factory mark. 19cm, £60-80

Lot 59

A Royal Copenhagen porcelain group, the goatherd, no. 694, painted and printed marks. 23cm, £80-120
A Royal Copenhagen porcelain group, the goatherd, no. 694, painted and printed marks. 23cm, £80-120

Lot 60

A Wemyss yellow iris pattern vase, c. 1900, Grosvenor shape, impressed mark "Wemyss Ware" and printed Thomas Goode retailer's mark. Height 20cm, £120-180
A Wemyss yellow iris pattern vase, c. 1900, Grosvenor shape, impressed mark "Wemyss Ware" and printed Thomas Goode retailer

Lot 61

A Scottish pottery flask and cover, early 20th century, spherical with elongated neck, the domed cover with pointed knop, the neck painted with a striped band, the body sponged with fruit and flowers, all against a mottled yellow ground, the base bearing the monogram of Annie Cochrane Young and dated 1928. 30.5cm Note: Annie Cochrane Young is believed to have been President of the Scottish Womens Rural Institute at Longniddry in East Lothian and may have learned to paint on pots under Elizabeth Amour of Bough Pottery. , £80-120
A Scottish pottery flask and cover, early 20th century, spherical with elongated neck, the domed cover with pointed knop, the neck painted with a striped band, the body sponged with fruit and flowers, all against a mottled yellow ground, the base bearing the monogram of Annie Cochrane Young and dated 1928. 30.5cm Note: Annie Cochrane Young is believed to have been President of the Scottish Womens Rural Institute at Longniddry in East Lothian and may have learned to paint on pots under Elizabeth Amour of Bough Pottery. , £80-120

Lot 62

Paola Bologna for Lenci, the Madonna at prayer, modelled in a yellow dress with polka dot veil, painted marks, dated 12.11.(19)32, impressed designer name. 21cm, £120-180
Paola Bologna for Lenci, the Madonna at prayer, modelled in a yellow dress with polka dot veil, painted marks, dated 12.11.(19)32, impressed designer name. 21cm, £120-180

Lot 63

A 19th century parian group, Ariadne and the Leopard, after a John Bell model, on an integral oval plinth, impressed numerals to the base; together with a 19th century parian group of a girl in a feather-trimmed hat, her dog at her feet, on an integral oval plinth (2). Heights 24cm and 29cm, £100-150
A 19th century parian group, Ariadne and the Leopard, after a John Bell model, on an integral oval plinth, impressed numerals to the base; together with a 19th century parian group of a girl in a feather-trimmed hat, her dog at her feet, on an integral oval plinth (2). Heights 24cm and 29cm, £100-150

Lot 64

A pair of Minton parian figures of Pandora and Psyche, c. 1850-70, after designs by A. Carrier-Belleuse, the first opening a casket, the second filling an oil lamp (damage to Psyche), each with impressed marks including "ermine" mark. 45cm, £200-300
A pair of Minton parian figures of Pandora and Psyche, c. 1850-70, after designs by A. Carrier-Belleuse, the first opening a casket, the second filling an oil lamp (damage to Psyche), each with impressed marks including "ermine" mark. 45cm, £200-300

Lot 65

A 19th century Bohemian gilt and enamel painted glass vase, of elongated baluster form, painted with an oval cartouche centred by a bust of a girl in a diadem, against a leaf and scroll ground on clear glass. Height 40.5cm, £100-150
A 19th century Bohemian gilt and enamel painted glass vase, of elongated baluster form, painted with an oval cartouche centred by a bust of a girl in a diadem, against a leaf and scroll ground on clear glass. Height 40.5cm, £100-150

Lot 66

A 19th century parian figure of a standing cleric, in his right hand a scroll, his left resting upon a bible, signed John Bell, probably Minton, incised marks to the base including possible date 12/47. Height 35cm, £80-120
A 19th century parian figure of a standing cleric, in his right hand a scroll, his left resting upon a bible, signed John Bell, probably Minton, incised marks to the base including possible date 12/47. Height 35cm, £80-120

Lot 67

An Appleton half-plate field camera with a Thornton Pickard shutter; together with an F18 brass lens; two Beck symmetrical lenses; an E. Suter lens; and an unmarked F/8 lens; and a Koilos shutter for a large format camera, c. 1900, £300-400
An Appleton half-plate field camera with a Thornton Pickard shutter; together with an F18 brass lens; two Beck symmetrical lenses; an E. Suter lens; and an unmarked F/8 lens; and a Koilos shutter for a large format camera, c. 1900, £300-400

Lot 68

A Rolleiflex Standard K2 6x6 camera, cased. , £70-90
A Rolleiflex Standard K2 6x6 camera, cased. , £70-90

Lot 69

A Gossen Starlite light meter, cased, £70-90
A Gossen Starlite light meter, cased, £70-90

Lot 70

A Metz 54 MZ-4i Standard flash gun; together with an Ohnar Zoom Reverser (2), £70-90
A Metz 54 MZ-4i Standard flash gun; together with an Ohnar Zoom Reverser (2), £70-90

Lot 71

A group of lenses etc comprising: a Minolta MD 35mm 4/2.8; a Minolta MD75-200mm F/4.5; a Tamron 28-200mm F/3.8-5.6 Adaptall Aspherical (71A) with a Minolta MD adapter ; a Jessop Auto Teleconverter MC (for Minolta MD); and a Minolta Auto 280px TTL dedicated flash (a group), £150-250
A group of lenses etc comprising: a Minolta MD 35mm 4/2.8; a Minolta MD75-200mm F/4.5; a Tamron 28-200mm F/3.8-5.6 Adaptall Aspherical (71A) with a Minolta MD adapter ; a Jessop Auto Teleconverter MC (for Minolta MD); and a Minolta Auto 280px TTL dedicated flash (a group), £150-250

Lot 72

A Leica sliding lens - Universal Magnifier 5 X (slide viewer), £50-70
A Leica sliding lens - Universal Magnifier 5 X (slide viewer), £50-70

Lot 73

A Leica SF20 Flash (for R&M mount), with instruction booklet; together with a lens adapter marked Leitz Wetzlar Germany, in a Leica case (2), £120-180
A Leica SF20 Flash (for R&M mount), with instruction booklet; together with a lens adapter marked Leitz Wetzlar Germany, in a Leica case (2), £120-180

Lot 74

A Leica M7 0.72 body, boxed, with instructions, guarantee etc, £1000-1500
A Leica M7 0.72 body, boxed, with instructions, guarantee etc, £1000-1500

Lot 75

A Leica 135mm F 3.4 Apo-Telyt lens in a soft carry case, £400-600
A Leica 135mm F 3.4 Apo-Telyt lens in a soft carry case, £400-600

Lot 76

A Leica 35mm F2 Summicron -M ASPH lens in silver finish, in soft carry case, boxed, £400-600
A Leica 35mm F2 Summicron -M ASPH lens in silver finish, in soft carry case, boxed, £400-600

Lot 77

A Leica 90mm F2 Summicron -M lens, in a soft carry case, £400-600
A Leica 90mm F2 Summicron -M lens, in a soft carry case, £400-600

Lot 78

A Leica 50mm F2 Summicron-M lens, in a soft carry case, £300-500
A Leica 50mm F2 Summicron-M lens, in a soft carry case, £300-500

Lot 79

A Leica Universal Polarisation filter and mounts, in a soft carry case, £50-70
A Leica Universal Polarisation filter and mounts, in a soft carry case, £50-70

Lot 80

A Leica R6.2 camera body, with manual focus/exposure 35mm, with light meter, boxed, £500-700
A Leica R6.2 camera body, with manual focus/exposure 35mm, with light meter, boxed, £500-700

Lot 81

A Leica Extender-R 2x (lens extender), in a carry bag, £50-70
A Leica Extender-R 2x (lens extender), in a carry bag, £50-70

Lot 82

A Leica 60mm Macro-Elmarit-R F 2.8 lens, £300-500
A Leica 60mm Macro-Elmarit-R F 2.8 lens, £300-500

Lot 83

A Leica 35-70mm Vario Elmar-R F4 Macro lens, in a soft carry case, £400-600
A Leica 35-70mm Vario Elmar-R F4 Macro lens, in a soft carry case, £400-600

Lot 84

A Leica 90mm F2 Summicron-R lens, in a soft carry case, £400-600
A Leica 90mm F2 Summicron-R lens,  in a soft carry case, £400-600

Lot 85

A Leica 70-210mm F4 Vario-Elmar-R lens (lens hood dented) in a soft carry case, £200-400
A Leica 70-210mm F4 Vario-Elmar-R lens (lens hood dented) in a soft carry case, £200-400

Lot 86

A Leica 35mm F2 Summicron-R lens, boxed, £300-500
A Leica 35mm F2 Summicron-R lens, boxed, £300-500

Lot 87

A Leica 180mm Elmarit-R F2.8 lens, £300-500
A Leica 180mm Elmarit-R F2.8 lens, £300-500

Lot 88

A hickory shafted golf club, c. 1900, signed "D.M. Patrick, Special". Length 116cm, £30-50
A hickory shafted golf club, c. 1900, signed "D.M. Patrick, Special". Length 116cm, £30-50

Lot 89

An Aesthetic movement copper ewer, third quarter 19th century, in the manner of Christopher Dresser, of spherical form with flared rim and loop handle, finely engraved in the Chinese taste with bird and dragon. Height 18.5cm Note: in 1862 Dresser produced a similar composition with a dragon in his "Art of Decorative Design", see Halen, Widar, "Christopher Dresser, A Pioneer of Modern Design". pub. Phaidon, p. 120, £40-60
An Aesthetic movement copper ewer, third quarter 19th century, in the manner of Christopher Dresser, of spherical form with flared rim and loop handle, finely engraved in the Chinese taste with bird and dragon. Height 18.5cm Note: in 1862 Dresser produced a similar composition with a dragon in his "Art of Decorative Design", see Halen, Widar, "Christopher Dresser, A Pioneer of Modern Design". pub. Phaidon, p. 120, £40-60

Lot 90

Taxidermy: a pair of white barn owls (Tyto Alba), c. 1900, modelled perched on a tree stump in an ebonsied, gilt-highlighted glazed case. Case overall 54cm by 60cm by 25cm, £150-250
Taxidermy: a pair of white barn owls (Tyto Alba), c. 1900, modelled perched on a tree stump in an ebonsied, gilt-highlighted glazed case. Case overall 54cm by 60cm by 25cm, £150-250

Lot 91

A group of Russian lacquer comprising: a snuff box decorated with a troika drawn by three horses, gilt Mctepa signature; a snuff box decorated with a winter village scene, gilt signature and marks to the base; and a page turner decorated with a courting couple and wolf hound. (3) First 2.5cm by 6.5cm by 4.5cm, £80-120
A group of Russian lacquer comprising: a snuff box decorated with a troika drawn by three horses, gilt Mctepa signature; a snuff box decorated with a winter village scene, gilt signature and marks to the base; and a page turner decorated with a courting couple and wolf hound. (3) First 2.5cm by 6.5cm by 4.5cm, £80-120

Lot 92

A 19th century gilt-metal mounted agate snuff box, oval, the mounts with engraved wavy bands. Width 6.5cm, £60-80
A 19th century gilt-metal mounted agate snuff box, oval, the mounts with engraved wavy bands. Width 6.5cm, £60-80

Lot 93

Two 19th century papier mache snuff boxes: the first, circular, the cover decorated with a family in early 19th century dress, a dog at his master's feet; the second, Continental, rectangular, the cover decorated with monks flirting with a tavern maid. (2) 8cm diameter and 8.75cm width, £60-80
Two 19th century papier mache snuff boxes: the first, circular, the cover decorated with a family in early 19th century dress, a dog at his master

Lot 94

An Anglo-Indian ivory and sandalwood Sadeli ware card case, c. 1900, of characteristic form with geometric decoration. 9cm by 5.75cm, £70-100
An Anglo-Indian ivory and sandalwood Sadeli ware card case, c. 1900, of characteristic form with geometric decoration. 9cm by 5.75cm, £70-100

Lot 95

A carved ivory notecase, c. 1900, the cover in relief with dragonflies and a floral spray, highlighted with gilding and with Rococo style border, of book form opening to a pair of white metal sprung retainers and with white metal clasp. 12cm by 17.5cm, £70-90
A carved ivory notecase, c. 1900, the cover in relief with dragonflies and a floral spray, highlighted with gilding and with Rococo style border, of book form opening to a pair of white metal sprung retainers and with white metal clasp. 12cm by 17.5cm, £70-90

Lot 96

A 19th century ivory-mounted obelisk form treen desk thermometer, with stepped base. Height 16.5cm, £50-70
A 19th century ivory-mounted obelisk form treen desk thermometer, with stepped base. Height 16.5cm, £50-70

Lot 97

A pair of late 19th century mother-of-pearl mounted painted porcelain opera glasses, probably French, decorated with courting children in 18th century costume, mounted in white metal and with mother-of-pearl eye pieces (damage to porcelain on one barrel), unmarked. Width 10.25cm, £50-70
A pair of late 19th century mother-of-pearl mounted painted porcelain opera glasses, probably French, decorated with courting children in 18th century costume, mounted in white metal and with mother-of-pearl eye pieces (damage to porcelain on one barrel), unmarked. Width 10.25cm, £50-70

Lot 98

A handsome boxwood-lined rosewood tea caddy, second quarter, 19th century, of bombe sarcophagus form, the interior with a pair of fitted hinged covered compartments flanking a mixing well, with lion mask ring handles and raised on ball feet. 20cm by 33cm by 17.5cm, £80-120
A handsome boxwood-lined rosewood tea caddy, second quarter, 19th century, of bombe sarcophagus form, the interior with a pair of fitted hinged covered compartments flanking a mixing well, with lion mask ring handles and raised on ball feet. 20cm by 33cm by 17.5cm, £80-120

Lot 99

A 19th century Tunbridge Ware dome-top box, the hinged cover decorated with a spray of roses, the body with a floral and foliate band, with paper-lined interior; together with a book-form treen box, the "cover" decorated with a pair of birds perched on a branch, the "pages" with marbled decoration and fitted with a drawer. (2) First 8.5cm by 24cm by 10cm, second 3.75cm by 9.5cm by 15cm, £120-180
A 19th century Tunbridge Ware dome-top box, the hinged cover decorated with a spray of roses, the body with a floral and foliate band, with paper-lined interior; together with a book-form treen box, the "cover" decorated with a pair of birds perched on a branch, the "pages" with marbled decoration and fitted with a drawer. (2) First 8.5cm by 24cm by 10cm, second 3.75cm by 9.5cm by 15cm, £120-180

Lot 100

An early 20th century tin advertising sign for "Gilbert Rae's High Class Aerated Waters, Dunfermline". 71cm by 50cm, £80-120
An early 20th century tin advertising sign for "Gilbert Rae

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