A framed 17th century domestic embroidery, three maidens in a river landscape with buildings and a dog in the foreground, 18cm x 14cm.
A William IV unframed woolwork sampler. The Tree of Dissipation, Elijah and Elizabeth Chadwick, 1835, 38cm x 37.5cm.
A pair of 18th century Italian giltwood and gesso girandoles. Ornamented with flower heads and C-scrolls, 70cm x 37m.
A Cairo inlaid octagonal mahogany side table with profuse mother of pearl and ivory decoration, 47cm high.
An 18th century Chinese reverse painted mirror in moulded hardwood frame. Portrait of Liu Hai the God of wealth with his three legged toad, 44cm x 32cm.
A Queen Anne burr elm chest on stand. Crossbanded and with feather stringing , having bronze drop handles, escutcheons and raised over a two drawer stand with bun feet, 118cm high, 101cm wide, 57cm deep.
A small Royal Worcester reticulated ewer by George Owen and Harry Chair. Edged in gilt and with a fine pierced band to the ovoid body painted below with flower swags. Remnants of a brown printed mark and incised G. Owen, 12cm.
A George II silver five bottle Warwick cruet by Samuel Wood. Raised on three shell moulded feet and with applied cartouche engraved with a bishops armorial crest. Stand and one small caster assayed London 1750, the other small caster 1743, the large caster 1748. Silver weighs 1041 grams, 28cm.
A 19th century antler back elbow chair on a carved walnut base. Incorporating three pairs of stag antlers and raised on hoof supports.
A George III Chinese Chippendale giltwood pier mirror. The openwork frame having floral motifs to the pediment and adorned with Rococo style C-scrolls, 1m 30cm x 68cm.
An Art Deco white metal ring with three rub over set diamonds to each shoulder supporting a canted and pierced rectangular table set with a central round cut diamond approximately 0.1ct, upon a ground of round cut diamonds within milgrain borders and a pair of sapphires to each corner. Size O.
A 19th century Chinese Doucai lobed dish. Painted in underglaze blue and polychrome enamels with panels containing lotus scrolls framing a central roundel design. Six character Qianlong seal mark, 26.25cm wide.
A set of ten Hepplewhite style dining chairs including a pair of carver armchairs, bearing label by S. & H. Jewell, High Holborn, London.
A Royal Worcester wall charger. Painted by Frank Roberts with peaches and grapes. Signed, printed blue mark, date code for 1912, 30cm diameter.
A pair of Regency walnut two tier single drawer side tables. Each with brass gallery and specimen wood parquetry inlaid tops. Raised on scrolling supports with ormolu mounts, 78cm.
An early 19th century Italian ebonized side cabinet. With penwork ivory inlay, swan neck pediment, mirrored back section and twist column supports, 156cm high.
A fine Royal Worcester ogee shaped pedestal bowl. Painted by Richard Sebright with apples, grapes and a single strawberry under a gilt railroad border and with a matt black exterior. Signed, printed blue mark, date code for 1936, shape number 2770, 26.75cm.
A 15ct gold drop pendant set with two diamonds supported on a gold chain.
A Regency tortoiseshell tea caddy housing two lidded compartments and raised on four brass ball feet, 19.75cm wide.
A gentleman's vintage stainless steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air King bracelet watch. With screw down crown and case back. Champagne dial with arrow markers, pointed baton hands and centre seconds.
A pair of Victorian taxidermy framed exotic birds under oval glass domes, 32cm x 25cm.
A George III Irish mahogany bureau bookcase. The top section with double dome top, strung panelled doors and fitted internal compartments. The bureau base with further strung inlay and fitted internally, decorated with marquetry corinthian columns concealing hidden drawers and flanking the portrait of a warrior, 218cm high, 96cm wide, 53cm deep.
A pair of antique Chinese hardwood rectangular boxes and covers with chamfer edges carved with a Greek key design and raised on bracket feet. The cinnabar lacquer covers with flower head and swastika motif diaper grounds are each decorated with an archaic scrolling red ground pierced panel ornamented with masks and dragon heads, 44.5cm x 28cm.
William Brodie R. S. A. (1815-1881). An oversized carved white marble head and shoulders portrait bust of a gentleman on socle plinth. Inscribed verso, Wm Brodie R. S. A . Sc. 1877. Raised on a painted square tapering pedestal Marble 82cm.
London 2012 Olympic Relay Torch in cotton sleeve. A prototype torch, one of a number produced prior to full torch production. This torch differs from the final production only in the details of the logo, this version bearing only a blocked outline of the London 2012 brand, 80cm.
An 18th century Chinese ginger jar with associated pierced hardwood cover and stand. Painted in underglaze blue with two panels containing figures. Mark of two concentric rings. Porcelain 20cm.
A set of twelve Lenox porcelain demitasse cups with sterling silver mounts and saucers retailed Tiffany & Co. Silver 1,572 grams.
Manner of Johnstone Jupe & Co. A Regency mahogany library table raised on slender reeded baluster supports, 1m 36cm x 1m.
A Regency mahogany settee probably by Gillows of Lancaster. With carved scrolling arms and raised on reeded tapering supports, 1m 75cm wide.
A 19th century French assembled ormolu clock garniture with Sevres style panels. The clock with urn shaped finial is painted with a Watteaesque scene and housing and eight day movement striking half hourly on a bell, stamped H. P. & Co. Flanked by a pair of larger covered urns, turquoise ground, gilded and jeweled and each finely enamelled with Classical subjects. Urns, 38cm.
A late 17th / early 18th century portrait miniature of a European noblewoman wearing pearls and a ruff. In gold and silver mount set with rose cut diamonds, 5.5cm x 4.5cm.
An 18th century Flemish oyster veneered kingwood strong box with brass Gothic strapwork mounts. Having faux fall front revealing two hidden drawers, with brass loop carrying handles and raised on brass ball feet, 44cm wide, 30.5cm deep, 32.5cm high.
A Japanese Edo period square tapering flask. Painted in underglaze blue with karakusa scrolls to the shoulder and alternating panels of landscapes and peonies. Possibly Arita, 24cm.
A pair of early 19th century pearlware lions of Ralph Wood type. Each decorated in coloured enamels and modelled passant guarding a ball and raised on stepped marbelized plinths, 23.5cm wide.
A 15 carat gold cased ivory portrait miniature brooch / pendant studded with seed pearls. Portrait of a young woman, with engraved inscription verso, Mrs Fitzherbert, by Cosway, (after Wallace), Louie Foxhall, Mansfield. In velvet fitted leather case and along with a framed stipple engraving of the same sitter, John Conde, 8cm x 6.25.
An 18th century Chinese ginger with matched hardwood stand and meiping cover pierced with dragons and a shou character. Painted in underglaze blue with a ground of cracked ice and blossom, having shaped reserves each containing a kylin in a landscape. Mark of two concentric rings. Porcelain 17cm.
A ladies Art Deco Omega white metal and diamond manual cocktail watch in case. Having satin dial and baton markers. With diamond bezel incorporating a pair of brilliant cut diamonds each approximately 0.25ct and a further fourteen stones each approximately 0.04ct, the bracelet also set with thirty two diamonds arranged in two rows approximately 0.05ct each.
An 18th century Chinese ginger jar with associated hardwood cover and stand. Painted in underglaze blue with a ground of cracked ice and blossom with shaped reserves containing precious objects. Mark of two concentric rings, porcelain 18cm.
A fine Japanese Meiji period ivory okimono carved as a seated bijin raised on a hardwood plinth. Folding an embroidered cloth and with a basket of vegetables to her side. Signed underneath, ivory 14cm.
An antique Chinese celadon jade carving of a lion dog and its young with russet markings. The female beast modelled recumbent with her head turned toward her puppy rolled upon its back facing her, 9.5cm wide.
A fine Queen Anne silver and ivory circular table snuff box with piquet inlay to the top and bottom of the cover. Label inside, selected by the Victorian & Albert Museum for the Lamplugh Bequest. Metal not marked, 9.75cm diameter.
A Royal Worcester twin handled pedestal urn and cover by John Stinton. Finely enamelled with a pair of grazing highland cattle in a landscape. Signed, printed puce mark, date code for 1918, shape number H313, 35cm.