Go To Lot
Fri 12th May 2017 - 10am
Sat 6th May - 9am to 2pm
Wed 10th May - 9am to 7pm
Thu 11th May - 9am to 5pm
Fri 12th May - 9am to 5pm
Day 2: Lots 665-1333
Sale Starts at 10am both days
Lot 1Italian Grand Tour Siena marble model of a roman bath, with ring handles, 17cm high x 40cm wide x 18cm deep.
Lot 219th century Italian alabaster panel hand painted with The Piazza dei Miracoli, dated 1843, signed Van-Lint, 9.2cm x 15.8cm.
Lot 518th century circular bone scent bottle with floral pen work and brass studded decoration, dated 1794, 12cm high.
Lot 7Two carved ivory pots, one salt and one pepper, the largest 11cm high, (PROVENANCE: 1934 exhibition pieces, Turners Guild).
Lot 9Rectangular shagreen and sandalwood cigarette box with ivory banding and twin divisional interior, 6cm high x 18cm wide x 10.5cm deep.
Lot 10Mother of Pearl shell carved with The Last Supper, profusely pierced with flowers and foliage, 16.5cm high.
Lot 11Two maritime interest Mother of Pearl interest shells, Mother and Port Blair, both with pierced decoration, the largest 14cm wide.
Lot 12Set of five circular portrait miniatures onto ivory, including ones of Young Napoleon and Pauline Bonaparte, each housed in a gilt and faux tortoise shell frames, each signed, each 5.5cm in diameter excluding the frames.
Lot 13Georgian oval portrait miniature onto ivory of a gentleman wearing a red tunic, housed in a gilt pendant mount, 4.3cm x 3.2cm excluding the frame.
Lot 14Oval watercolour portrait miniature onto ivory of a gentleman, bearing an indistinct monogram to the right margin, housed in a gilt frame, 5.7cm x 4.5cm excluding the frame.
Lot 14AThree watercolour portrait miniatures, including one onto ivory of a semi nude female with flowing hair, two housed in pendant mounts and one in a hardwood frame, the largest 8.5cm x 7cm excluding the frame.
Lot 1519th century Spanish polychrome painted terracotta figure of a seated pipe smoking gentleman, remnants of paper label, label to the base, 26cm high.
Lot 1819th Century gilt brass casket with hinged lid, decorated with panels of stylised flowers and musicians, impressed KW to the base, 10cm high x 19.5cm wide x 11cm deep.
Lot 20Rectangular gilt brass easel photo frame with floral and wreath decoration, impressed AF to the easel, 25cm high x 18.5cm wide.
Lot 21Four religious interest crucifix, including a gilt bronze example mounted on a rosewood crucifix, the largest 40cm in length.
Lot 22Antique wooden panel, carved with figures and a chariot, gilt framed, 40cm x 21cm excluding the frame.
Lot 2319th Century wooden memorial plaque depicting The Lion of Lucerne, 'Helvetiorum Fidei Ac Virtuti', 14cm high x 20cm wide.
Lot 24Antique stumpwork picture of three figures, dated 1605, framed, 39cm x 28cm excluding the frame.
Lot 27Two Islamic hardwood and ivory extending book slides, decorated with floral motifs, the largest 36cm wide unextended.
Lot 29Burr walnut and ebonised letterbox, with brass flap above a glazed door, 31cm high x 23cm wide x 17.5cm deep.
Lot 30Victorian burr walnut tea caddy, the hinged lid to open reveal a twin divisional interior and a glass mixing bowl, 18cm high x 36cm wide x 17cm deep.
Lot 31Victorian burr walnut desk stand with glass inkwells, letter rack and brass strap decoration, 21cm high x 31cm wide x 24.5cm deep.
Lot 32Victorian burr walnut stationery box fitted with a pair of doors above a drawer to the base, 25cm high x 29cm wide x 16cm deep.
Lot 33Sorrento ware olive wood writing slope, with carrying handles and pierced gallery, the lid inlaid with figures and flowers, 20cm high x 46cm wide x 29cm deep.
Lot 34Two Victorian sewing boxes comprising a rosewood example with Mother of Pearl inlay and fitted lift out interior housing sewing accessories including a treen acorn shaped tape measure, together with an inlaid walnut example with mirrored back and lift out interior, the largest 14cm high x 28cm wide x 20cm deep.
Lot 36Art Deco marble desk stand, fitted with a pair of inkwells and a stamp box, each with silver hinges, CB & Sons London 1918, 10cm high x 27cm wide x 21cm deep.
Lot 37Asprey of London three piece tooled leather desk set comprising pen stand, writing pad and tray, each impressed Asprey London to the bases, the largest 56cm wide.
Lot 38Winsor & Newton Mahogany artists box housing paints and a ceramic palette, 7cm high x 21.5cm wide x 14cm deep.
Lot 39Collection of Stanley smoothing planes, including model No.6, No.7 and No.4 the largest 42cm in length.
Lot 41Miniature yew music box, the hinged lid opening to reveal a brass cylinder playing on two airs, the movement numbered 7284, 5cm high x 11cm wide x 7.5cm deep.
Lot 42Musical box movement housed in a glazed display case, the movement numbered 6233 31, the case 43.5cm wide.
Lot 43Two old wooden violins, both with scrolled neck and ebonised pegs, the largest 66cm in length.
Lot 44The Moldacot sewing machine with accessories, tin and part box, the sewing machine numbered 11823, 19cm in length.
Lot 45Victorian cast iron mechanical sewing machine, numbered 285154 108154, 21cm high x 42cm in length.