Go To Lot
Fri 10th Mar 2017 - 10am
Sat 4th Mar - 9am to 2:30pm
Wed 8th Mar - 9am to 7pm
Thu 9th Mar - 9am to 5pm
Fri 10th Mar - 9am to 5pm
Day 2: Lots 530-1060
Sale Starts at 10am both days
Lot 1Charles Valton bronze study of an angry Bull Mastiff chained to a post 'Go to Sea', signed, 27cm high.
Lot 4Vienna cold painted bronze Yorkshire Terrier letter clip, wearing a bow, on a mahogany wall plauqe, 25cm high.
Lot 5Albert Ernest Carryer Belleuse, bronze and ivory study 'Liseuse' raised on a shaped base with plaque 'Liseuse Par Carrier Belleuse' (Gd prix Du Salon), 25.5cm high.
Lot 6Bronze bust of Clare Sheridan (first niece of Sir Winston Churchill) dated 1919, raised on a square stepped marble base, 20cm high.
Lot 7Simon Liebl bronze study of Atlas, standing semi nude with both arms out stretched holding globes, raised on a marble base, 69cm high.
Lot 10Continental bronze twin inkwell with giffin supports, raised on a red marble base, 15cm high x 17cm wide x 9cm deep.
Lot 11Oval gilt brass and enamelled casket with bevelled glass and griffin legs, 10cm high x 16cm wide x 11cm deep.
Lot 12Victorian brass candlestick desk stand, in the form of a dragon with glass inkwell, 18.5cm high.
Lot 13Victorian brass three piece cruet set, each in the form of a chicken, one with impressed lozenge mark, the largest 12cm high.
Lot 1519th century Louis Vuitton leather bound wooden travelling trunk with carrying handles, 41cm high x 61cm wide x 38cm deep.
Lot 16Victorian walnut stationery box with day date calendar, letter rack, inkwells and brass fittings, 33cm high x 40cm wide x 27cm deep.
Lot 17Victorian Coromandel stationery box, with hinged lid and applied brass studded decoration, 20cm high x 26.5cm wide x 15.5cm deep.
Lot 1819th century French inlaid Kingwood and birds eye maple table wine cooler with liner, the ormolu mounts in the form of maidens heads, 15cm high x 38cm wide x 26cm deep.
Lot 19Georgian mahogany three sectional box, with hinged lid and brass fittings, 14cm high x 24.5cm wide x 13cm deep.
Lot 21Victorian Tunbridge ware extending book slide, one end inlaid with tumbling blocks the other with a stag, 26.5cm wide unextended.
Lot 22Group of treen including black forest bears head stamp box and a carved yew wood study of a mastiff, the tallest 13cm high.
Lot 23Set of Victorian wooden carpet bowls and jack inset with ivory numbers, the largest approximately 4.6cm in damager.
Lot 24Musical interest silver mounted wooden walking stick, the silver mount inscribed 'Pedro Morales from Fritz Kreisler', 91cm in length.
Lot 25Anglo Indian hardwood walking stick with silver coloured collar and horn handle, profusely carved with flowers and foliage, 100cm high.
Lot 26Malacca walking cane with silver mounted ivory handle, the silver mount with engraved floral decoration, London 1907, 87cm in length.
Lot 2719th century Cary of London brass pocket sextant with silvered arch and detachable sighting tube, inscribed Cary, London, approximately 11.5cm in diameter.
Lot 29Pine specimen cabinet with twenty one drawers, each housing collection of student glass specimen slides including samples prepared by Watson & Sons, Smith Beck & Beck and Flatters & Garnett, the specimen cabinet 31cm high x 24cm wide x 28cm deep.
Lot 30Charles Perry of London adjustable brass microscope together with a broadhurst Clarkson & Co brass magnifying glass, the microscope 31cm high.
Lot 31US Bausch & Lomb adjustable microscope with lenses, housed in a fitted box, impressed CL2550, the microscope 36cm high.
Lot 37Group of four Conch shells, three made for lamp use, each with carved panels, two depicting maidens, the largest 15.5cm high.
Lot 39Continental enamelled pill box decorated with flowers together with an enamelled pin dish, inscribed 'Be Happy', with cornucopia and floral decoration, the pin dish 7.7cm wide.
Lot 40Victorian silver coloured commemorative thimble decorated with portraits of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, 3.3cm high, approximate weight 3.1g.
Lot 41Set of four silver buttons each decorated with a clipper, TW London 1900, each approximately 2.3cm diameter, approximate weight 17.8g.
Lot 42Collection of sewing interest wooden and bone bobbins, mostly with glass beads, the largest approximately 11cm long.
Lot 43Group of objects comprising pair of Boulton and Smiths Patent leather and steel buckles, small group of Canton Gaming counters and a continental wallet with silver plated front embossed with cavaliers, the largest 14cm wide.
Lot 44Group of miscellaneous objects comprising a Dunhill lighter with engine turned decoration, Victorian 1844 silver enamelled crown brooch, cased cheroot, ivorine vesta case with applied elephant decoration, two Mother of Pearl gaming counters and a Wrights Coal Tar Soap advertising torch, the largest 14cm in length.
Lot 45Group of objects including a silver napkin ring in the form of a pheasant mounted on a wishbone, a carved black forest watch stand and a bone hair clip carved with berries and foliage, the largest 9.5cm high.
Lot 46Miscellaneous objects including a photograph of a gentleamn housed in a vulcanite case, celebration of the Queens Jubilee reception and ball, programme 1887, Mauchline ware needle case etc, the largest 15cm high.