Sale of Antiques & Art, Silver & Jewellery
including The Derek Williams Collection of early glass bottles and Bellarmines
on Tuesday 27/03/12 at 11.00am
Viewing: Saturday 24th March 9.00am-12.00noon
and Monday 26th March 9.00am-7.00pm
Condition reports by telephone please on 01752 721199

Lots: 381-420 of 719

Lot

Description & Estimate

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376

A collection of twelve 1930s miniature carved ivory animals.
Estimate: 40-60

Nil

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377

A Victorian carved pierced bone box in the form of a pear, 8.5cm.
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

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378

A 1930'3 wool and silk work picture depicting a hunting scene with nobles on horseback, a hawker and dog handler, inscribed verso Worked by Ethel Neale, 1931-32, 41 x 128cm.
Estimate: 60-100

Nil

    

    

379

An Edwardian tortoiseshell pocket watch stand inlaid with bows and musical motifs, 10cm x 11cm.
Estimate: 50-70

Nil

    

    

380

A 19th Century carved and stained ivory chess set, each figure raised on carved concentric ball stands, King, 13.5cm, Queen 16cm.

Nil

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381

A white metal and gold plated miniature flint lock pistol, 4.5cm long.
Estimate: 40-60

Nil

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382

A Georgian style mahogany tazza of lobed form on circular base, 26cm diameter, 20cm high.
Estimate: 60-80

Nil

    

    

383

A late 19th century oil lamp, the clear glass reservoir on brass reeded column, stepped circular foot and black ceramic base, 67cm high overall.
Estimate: 60-80

Nil

    

    

384

A Victorian tortoiseshell covered sewing case of rectangular shape enclosing silver mounted tools (incomplete), 15 x 10cm.
Estimate: 60-80

Nil

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385

A Japanese bronzed metal rectangular inkstand pierced with irises to the lid, 12cm wide.
Estimate: 20-40

Nil

    

    

386

A 19th century Swiss musical box, the inlaid rosewood lid revealing a 33cm barrel and comb playing twelve airs, signed on card Silber & Fleming, 63cm overall.
Estimate: 300-500

Nil

    

    

387

A Victorian meerschaum pipe, the bowl in the form of a negro boy's head, wearing a brimmed hat, 15cm, in fitted case.
Estimate: 100-150

Nil

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388

A 19th century mahogany oval galleried tray with inlaid and cross banded border and fitted with two brass handles, 75 x 51cm.

Nil

    

    

389

A 19th century mahogany three division tea caddy of sarcophagus shape with two lidded compartments, on bun feet, 28cm wide.
Estimate: 30-40

Nil

    

    

390

A 19th century walnut three-division tea caddy of sarcophagus shape with two lidded compartments, on bun feet, 28cm wide.
Estimate: 60-80

Nil

    

    

391

A late 19th century miniature mahogany dressing chest fitted with an arrangement of six drawers (mirror lacking), 22.5cm wide, 23cm high.
Estimate: 30-40

Nil

    

    

392

A meerschaum pipe carved with two horses, 10cm long and a similar pipe carved with a single horse, both cased, (2).
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

    

    

393

A Javanese painted and carved wood stand surmounted by dragons, 97cm, 101cm high holding a large bronze gong, 65cm diameter with wooden handled beater.
Estimate: 80-120

Nil

    

    

394

A 20th century bronzed metal pocket watch holder in the form of a gilt painted sentry within an architectural niche, 10cm wide, 29.5cm high.
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

    

    

395

A hardwood Maori club, the bulbous end carved with panels of latticework, 54cm long.
Estimate: 50-70

Nil

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396

A woolwork picture depicting a parrot perched on a branch amongst flowers, 50 x 38cm in a rosewood frame, 62 x 50cm overall.
Estimate: 40-50

Nil

    

    

407

A French bronzed metal clock, the striking drum movement stamped "S Marti" and copper dial with enamel oval numerals and visible escapement surmounted with coral, seaweed and shells, a fisherman about to cast a net standing beside, on naturalistic oval base, 51cm x 37cm wide, (af).
Estimate: 200-300

Nil

    

    

408

A French bronzed metal clock, the striking drum movement stamped "Brevete" and white enamel dial inserted into a column surmounted by a female figure, seated, resting her arm on a book, standing on a rectangular two-tier black slate base with metal mounts and decoration, 46cm wide, 60cm high, (af).
Estimate: 150-250

Nil

    

    

409

A French spelter clock set, the striking drum movement stamped "S Marti" and white enamel dial painted with flowers inserted into a plinth surmounted by two birds, with a young woman carrying wheat standing beside, on a rectangular marble base, bears label "Faneuse, par Doriot", 32cm wide, 38.5cm high, and a pair of Art Nouveau style vases on similar marble bases, 32.5cm high, (3).
Estimate: 20-300

Nil

    

    

410

A late 19th century circular oak cased drop dial wall clock with painted dial and single fusee movement, 67cm high.
Estimate: 150-250

Nil

    

    

411

An early 19th century oak longcase clock, the arched painted dial with 8 day movement striking on a bell, 225cm high.
Estimate: 300-500

Nil

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412

A Smiths car clock, no. H-2601, 9cm diameter, contained in hardwood case, 15cm overall.
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

    

    

413

A black slate mantel clock, the brass movement stamped HYMarc, Paris, 21.5cm.
Estimate: 30-50

Nil

    

    

414

An oak arch case chiming mantel clock, the movement stamped DRGM, 22.5cm high.
Estimate: 20-40

Nil

    

    

415

A French small brass drum shape timepiece, the movement stamped, "Collet A Paris", 9cm diameter.
Estimate: 50-80

Nil

    

    

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