A very rare Chinese Ming Dynasty cinnabar lacquer bottle vase, the ribbed neck with key fret border is raised over a compressed globular body, deeply chased with four flowering peonies, six character Yongle mark and period collectors label, 5".
A massive Japanese Meiji period patinated bronze twin-handled censor with domed fretwork cover. The body of pumpkin form is ground with trellising and having twelve quatrefoil panels with bronze overlay depicting animals. Raised on four feet. Seal mark. 20" high.
An antique Staffordshire slipware pottery charger. With a cross hatched border incorporating the signature for Thomas Toft and framing a central portrait of King Charles II. 17" diameter.
A late nineteenth century rosewood cased grand piano. Makers Carl Bechstein, Berlin. raised on tapering octagonal turned and formed supports. 7 feet in length. Serial number 13924.
A very fine Royal Worcester reticulated teapot and cover by George Owen. Of double walled construction and pierced with bands of honey comb and stylized chain work with a further pierced lozenge shaped panel to the spout. With jewelled mouldings and tooled gilding and enamelled in pale turquoise and pink. Impressed mark and green printed mark. Indistinct letter code, probably Z for 1888. 5".
A George III mahogany Irish serving table. Carved to the centre of the frieze with a large shell motif mirrored on the cabriole supports and terminating on faceted pad feet. 60" wide.
A fine Japanese Meiji period silver ornithological desk stand, formed as a pair of bird ink wells in naturalistic form raised on a carved hardwood stepped plinth, signed, 8.5" wide.
A nineteenth century Chinese baluster vase. ground with a pattern of enamelled millefiori and with reserved circular panels containing scenes enamelled with birds and flowering branches. Qianlong seal mark on a turquoise ground. 14", raised on a hardwood plinth.
A French gold tiara, decorated with an openwork capital studded with diamonds and cabochon emeralds, hallmarks, 6.25" wide.
A gentlemens 18 carat gold Breitling chronograph multi dial wristwatch on leather strap. With cobalt face, centre second stop watch facility and rotating bezel.
A fine Japanese Meiji period carved ivory okimono. Formed from a single piece depicting in great detail an old man inserting a candle into a paper lantern. With a cloth bandana and cape over a hooded tunic and with a pair of sandals strung around his waist. Raised on an oval pad base carved to the underside with a chrysanthemum flower. 11" high.
A nineteenth century Austrian cold painted bronze erotic figure by Franz Bergman formed as a Buddha seated upon a lotus throne and opening to reveal a figure of a female nude seated in meditation. Impressed mark and Nam Greb in script. 5.5"
A Royal Worcester twin handled pot pourei urn and cover painted by Walter Powell. With gilt scroll mouldings and pierced collar. Enamelled with a matt blue ground landscape with wading herons. Signed, printed Puce mark code for 1910, 6.75" high.
An antique Chinese carved hardwood libation cup, decorated with a pair of figures in a continuing landscape under the shade of pine trees, 2".
A Tonga carved hardwood war club. The tapering, flat elliptical head is decorated with a zig-zag line, pattern mirrored in the grip. 40.5" long.
A nineteenth century continental silver mounted agate pedestal bowl. 2.25" high
A Jaeger le Coultre Atmos VIII perspex clock in fitted tryptich case. Black ground and decorated with honey bees. With white dial and having numeral and wedge shaped markers. Sold with instruction manual and box. 9" high.
A pair of nineteenth century oak hall benches, raised on tapering octagonal supports, 42" wide.
A Victorian silver desk stand by John Newton Mappin. With topographical centre piece of a monument flanked by a pair of cut glass ink wells. Raised on a canted base with beaded rim on four cast paw feet. Assayed London 1886. 12" wide, 1530 grams.
A Regency mahogany cased eight day double fusee bracket clock by James McCabe, Royal Exchange, London. Chiming hourly on a bell and with strike/silent subsidiary, 18" high.
A Chinese Qing dynasty carved horn figure. Of good patination and formed as a female daoist immortal holding a lotus flower and dressed in flowing robes. Single incised character mark. Raised on a hardwood plinth. Figure alone 5".
An Arts and Crafts Georg Jensen planished silver chocolate pot and cover with carved ivory handle. With a finial formed as a flower bud and raised on cabriole feet. Punch mark and numbered 2B. Import marks for London 1921. 6.5" high. 502 grams.
A large nineteenth century Meissen figure group formed as three farmers, a hound and sheep at the base of an apple tree, coloured in enamels and raised on a naturalistic rock work base with gilt Rococo style moulding. Underglaze crossed swords mark and incised 160. 11" high.
A Japanese Meiji period silver model of a bird of prey. With one gem set and one enamelled eye. Raised over a polished agate base. 5" wide. Bird alone 4" wide and 3" high.
A Georgian grey agate desk seal with white metal matrix depicting a stork and Latin inscription. 4".
A Chinese Qing Dynasty pan topped bowl and cover. Painted in underglaze blue with dragons on grounds of cloud scrolls and chasing flaming pearls. Six character Guangxu marks and period. 10.5" diameter.
A pair of nineteenth century Sèvres lidded twin-handled urns with ormolu mounts. Ground in gros bleau, with tooled gilding and enamelled panels depicting cherubs, signed Grisard. 17.5".
In the manner of Thomas Hope, a Regency mahogany stool with concave seat having reeded column sides and raised on a scrolling X frame base. 23" wide.
A Chelsea plate from the Duke of Cambridge service with lobbed edge and turquoise rim. Having a border of five moulded panels heightened with blue and gold scroll work and containing insects. Further decorated with gilt featherwork and painted to the centre with a bold spray of fruit and leaves including a sliced pear, grapes and strawberries. Red anchor mark c1765. 9" diameter.
Notes; A large part of this service was sold at Christies, 8th June 1904 upon the death of the 2nd Duke of Cambridge.
A George II red walnut bottle stand with tin liner and raised on plain cabriole supports having scrolling capitals and pad feet, 18.5 " high.
An early Victorian gold bar brooch. Set with diamonds in a formation of a crescent moon and five stars. Approximately 1.7 carats.
A George III silver coffee pot possibly by Richard Morton & Co. With pineapple moulded finial, carved fruit wood handle and raised on a gadrooned circular foot. Assayed Sheffield 1774, 776 grams. 13".
Naval Interest. A George III silver viniagrette with plain outer case. The grill chased with Admiral Lord Nelson's flagship HMS Victory & inscribed Trafalgar Oct 21 1805 in memoration of Nelson's victory. Assayed Birmingham 1805. 1.25".
A Philip Christian Liverpool baluster coffee pot and cover with double scrolling handle and moulded spout. Decorated with gilt and coloured enamels in a Worcester mock Chinese influence with Mandarin figures c1770. 9".
A near pair of eighteenth century continental carved ivory portraits in gesso frames. Possibly Dieppe. 5".
A Rockingham basket with enamelled branch moulded handle. Moulded with overlapping leaves, having applied flowers and gilded. Finely enamelled to the centre with a named view of Hastings. Puce mark c1830. 9" wide. Handle brocken.