A fine Victorian mahogany marquetry longcase clock of tall proportions by Maple & Co. London. With fluted caddy top having brass finials, carved acanthus column supports flanking the hood and central trunk, with blind fret carved side panels and fluted pilasters to the base. Inlaid in the Sheraton style with linen swags and baskets of flowers. With gilt brass square dial adorned with spandrels, having silvered chapter ring and subsidiary seconds. Housing an eight day three train movement striking quarterly, Westminster and Whittington with eight bells, four chimes and a gong, 269cm. 53cm wide, 35.5cm deep.
Laurence Stephen Lowry R. A. (1887-1976). Pencil signed artists proof colour print with blind proof stamp for the Fine Art Trade Guild, Berwick upon Tweed, 53cm x 43cm.
A fine French Vernis Martin kingwood vitrine. With ormolu mounts, painted to the base with figures in 18th century dress and raised on square scrolling supports, 83cm, 77cm, 48cm.
A rare Lowestoft model of a recumbent ram. Raised on a simple pad base and with it's eyes, muzzle and hoofs picked out in coloured enamels. Flat base with glazed vent hole c1785-90, 5cm high.
An early 20th century French triple singing bird cage clockwork automaton. With a domed gilt wirework cage housing the three colourful creatures chirping, with tilting heads and moving tails; one of which is perched. Raised on a waisted octagonal gesso plinth, 52cm.
A rare Royal Mail coach guards flintlock pistol by J. Harding, London. With walnut full stock, ramrod and brass barrel inscribed along the spine J. Harding & Son, Boro, London, Liverpl & Manchtr and around the muzzle for his Majesty's mail coaches. Lock plate with broad arrow and inscribed J. Harding. Barrel length 22.75cm.
A 19th century tea caddy modelled in the form of a double fronted cottage with pitched roof having two chimney stacks and a central dormer window. With painted roof tiles, leaded windows, red panelled door and bushes over a pale ochre ground. Housing two compartments each with turned bone button knops, 18.25cm wide.
A late 19th century Meissen figure group. With a central figure wearing a feather headdress and dancing with two couples, with a basket of flowers, bagpipes, a violin and a flute on a naturalistic mounded base with rococo style mouldings. Painted cross swords mark in underglaze blue, impressed and incised marks,
A Chinese carved celadon jade brush pot. Decorated in relief with figures playing chequers in a mountainous landscape, 9.5cm.
An 18 carat gold and platinum solitaire diamond ring set with a baguette cut diamond 1.0ct, 3.64 grams gross weigh, ring size M.
An 18 carat white gold solitaire diamond ring set with a round cut stone approximately 1.1ct, 2.95 grams gross weight, spread of the stone 6mm, ring size N.
A Waltham 9ct gold half hunter Masonic pocket watch and double Albert chain with Masonic fobs with enamel dial having subsidiary seconds and Masonic emblems, watch assayed Birmingham 1944, chain 53.16 grams watch 98.23 grams.