A fine Regency figured mahogany kneehole writing desk by Matthew Wilson. With leather inset top, ebony cock beading, turned ebony handles with gilt bronze lion mask terminals and raised on gilt bronze lion paw feet. Stamped M. Wilson to the top of the left hand drawer. 125cm wide, 70cm deep, 65cm high.
A. Robertson (1765-1835) A gold framed portrait miniature in fitted case of an unknown young gentleman wearing a blue overcoat with black collar and a cravat. The reverse with pearlised enamel ground supports two locks of hair joined with a natural pearl. Monogrammed A. R. and dated 1807, 9.75cm.
A very fine Regency tortoiseshell tea caddie of pagoda form, with single compartment and having a turned ivory knop. With metal urn shaped finial and ornamented in relief with panels of Corinthian columns divided with arched windows over balustrades. Raised on four ball feet and with functioning lock. 11.75cm wide, 14cm high.
A Wedgwood fairyland lustre pedestal fruit bowl by Daisy Makeig-Jones. Decorated to the exterior with a continuing river landscape with bridges and poplar trees and to the inside with a ground of cobwebs and dancing fairies. Printed mark and Z4968, 23.25cm diameter.
A Wedgewood fairyland lustre vase of Meiping form by Daisey Makeig-Jones. Decorated with the Imps on a bridge pattern. Printed mark and Z5481, 29cm.
A Cartier gold cased manual wristwatch on associated leather strap. With square silvered dial having Arabic numeral markers, case 32mm x 23mm.
An early twentieth century triple weight musical longcase clock by Curtis & Horspool, Leicester. In carved mahogany case with swan neck pediment, brass mounts and with fluted quarter columns. Housing an eight day movement quarter striking on eight bells and five gongs with Westminster and Whittington chimes. With gilded brass arch top dial having blind fret mask, silvered chapters, Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds, chime / silent, strike / silent & Westminster / Whittington mechanisms. 250cm high.
A Chinese late Qing dynasty large hardwood table screen. With open fret carving framing a famille vert panel enamelled with deities in a coastal setting, two descending on clouds and others riding upon animals, 73cm high.
An 18 carat gold half hunter fob watch by Patek Philippe on a 9 carat gold double Albert chain with a masonic emblem and shield fob. The watch with blue enamelled Roman numeral markers to the outer case has a white enamel dial again with Roman markers. With engine turned engraving and inscribed No. 67120 Fabrique pour, A. Carasalle, Montevideo. 34mm diameter.
An eighteenth century Scottish basket hilted broadsword. With a seventeenth century double edged blade engraved with scrolls. The basket formed from scrolling iron bars is ornamented with pierced panels having shagreen grip with gilt wirework. Blade length 80cm.
An antique Victorian brass single weight lantern clock on an associated carved oak bracket. With hour only hand, striking hourly on a bell. Dial signed Thomas Watts, Lavenham, clock 38cm.
An antique oil on canvas, portrait of a seventeenth century nobleman and woman in pierced gilt frame adorned with scrolls and shell motifs. Label for Aitken and Dottson verso, 66cm x 78cm.
A Neale & Co. solid agate ware neo-classical vase and cover. With twin scrolling eagle handles supporting sprigged parcel gilt creamware husk swags, further decorated with applied medallions and raised on a black basalt plinth. Impressed mark c1776-84, 29.5cm.
A George III mahogany Hepplewhite firescreen raised on moulded arched supports. With turned button finials and satinwood banding framing an oval embroidered cartouche depicting a loose bouquet of flowers on a black ground, 106cm high. Old label verso; See Hepplewhite The Cabinet Makers and Upholsterers Guide 1789 and 1794. R. Edwards Vol 3, Page 65.
A Belle Epoque diamond girandole pendant. Set with fifty two old brilliant cut diamonds on a white and yellow metal frame. Central stone approximately 0.25ct, 8.27 grams, 4.5cm top to bottom.
A gentlemans slim platinum cased pocket watch by makers Haas Neveux & Cie. Inlaid with diamonds and having guilloche enamel dial with arabic numeral markers and subsidiary seconds. Dial signed by retailers S. Walewyk, case 42mm wide.
A Royal Worcester twin handled pedestal urn and cover by James Stinton. With mask handles and bands of gilded moulding framing a central moorland scene with a pheasant and hen. Signed, printed puce mark and date code for 1919, shape number 1572, 27cm.
A Cantonese enamelled bowl and cover, cobalt blue ground and gilded, pseudo Qianlong seal marks. Along with a small Chinese cloisonne baluster specimen vase. Bowl 10.75cm diameter. Vase 89 grams, 7.5cm high.
A late eighteenth century oil on canvas in giltwood frame. Portrait of a mother and child. Plaque reads, Harriet, Dau. of John Mitchelson of Middleton. Wife of Prof. Daniel Rutherford, and her son John, drowned at sea 1805, aged 17. 82cm x 69cm.
Colin Graeme (1858-1910). Framed oil on canvas. Gun dogs at rest. Signed lower right, 55cm x 40cm.
A Queen Anne flintlock pistol by David Wynn of London. With cylindrical barrel of large bore, carved walnut grip applied with chased silver decorations and inscribed D. Wynn. Barrel length 16.5cm.
A fine late nineteenth century Cantonese ivory glove box with hinged cover. Carved in intricate detail with panels of pagoda landscapes populated with figures under flower bands, 27.5cm wide.
A pair of eighteenth century Chinese marine ivory stained and carved figures. Formed as a sage and companion, 17.5cm tall.