Viner & Co, Regent St, London, a white marble mantel timepiece, the carved reeded case of plinth form, having a circular gilt dial with heart-shaped pointers, bezel with serpent border and drum movement with adjustable pendulum, 23cm high.
An unusual pair of bronze signalling canons, each 55cm barrel with Victorian cipher, supported by a walnut carriage with elevation adjustment wheel, on wooden wheels with hinged brass chocks, 56cm overall, the carriages 31cm long, 17cm high, (2).
An Edwardian diamond tiara c1910, unmarked, of curved lattice design, millegrain-set old brilliant and rose-cut diamonds, total diamond weight approximately 5.25cts, set in white metal, (tests as 18ct white gold and platinum), with three screw fittings to rose gold, (tests as 14ct approximately), frame, with eyelet loops for ribbon, 3.5cm high, lattice 15.2cm long, 19.3cm overall, 24g.
Taxidermy, a good Victorian example of a Golden Eagle, head facing right, standing with wings folded, on rocks with lichen, heather and grasses, within an ebonised glazed case, on ebonised table having turned tapered legs with brass and ceramic castors, eagle measures approximately 40cm high, case 80cm high, 66cm wide, 43cm deep, overall height (including stand), 152cm.
Circa 1930's English School A YOUNG WOMAN HOLDING A STICK WITH TWO POODLES IN A PARK LANDSCAPE Unsigned oil on canvas, 50 x 40cm.
An 18th century Continental marriage casket, the domed lid and rectangular body on ball feet, engraved overall with figures and scrolling foliage, 8cm.
Chateau Beychevelle, 1998 1500ml 12.5%, owc (open), six magnums, (6).
A collection of Wade "Hat Box Series" Whimsies from first issue set 3: The Sword in the Stone, including: The Colonel x2, Sergeant Tibbs, Rolly x2, Madam Mim, Merlin as a turtle x2, Archimedes x2 (one small chip), Merlin as a hare x2, the girl squirrel x2, Merlin as a caterpillar, (15).
A pair of diamond tassel earrings, each with a millegrain-set old-cut diamond above a rose-cut diamond-set cap from which are suspended five graduated articulated drops, each millegrain-set five graduated old-cut diamonds, total diamond weight estimated at 1.8cts approximately, each 25mm long, unmarked, tested as platinum, 8.6g.
Pierre de Clausade (French, 1910-1976) TRANQUILITY Oil on canvas, signed and titled on label, dated '67, original frame with E. Stacy-Marks label, 48.5 x 60cm.