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1.

Two carved Chinese light wood carver chairs, 120-150

2.

A Victorian mahogany music cabinet with mirrored back over two fall flaps, one with carved decoration, 80-120

3.

A Victorian mahogany tilt top breakfast table on pedestal base, 200-250

4.

William Russell Flint - a framed and glazed limited edition print, depicting scantily clad women in a garden landscape scene with deer, limited edition printers stamp and 449/850 to margin, 16 3/4" x 22 1/2", 50-100

5.

Alfred Fontville de Breanski Senior - Twickenham on Thames - oil on canvas, view of a church tower and trees from across the river, in a gilt frame, signed lower left corner, 7 3/8" x 11 3/8", 400-500

6.

Gerrit Lamberts - Town Scene, (possibly New Amsterdam), watercolour, with figures in conversation by cottages, in gilt frame, unsigned, 8 1/2" x 11 1/2", 50-80

7.

Samuel Halpert - View of Hamburg, watercolour, glazed in a gilt frame, unsigned, inscribed to verso, 7" x 10 3/4", 150-250

8.

Group of Victorian Pratt ware pot lids, one depicting ice skaters, to include 3 framed pot lids, one unframed, and one with original base, 100-150

9.

An oak carved two-seater bench decorated with lily pads, 50-80

10.

A vintage leather suitcase containing a collection of vintage photographs, some signed, comprising three full scrap books and three photograph albums to include a signed John Wayne, Cary Grant photographs and others, along with two Beatles photographs, Laurel and Hardy, Cliff Richard, The Queen Mother and others 700-1000

11.

An Edwardian silver and tortoiseshell five piece dressing table brush set, Birmingham 1924, 150-200

12.

A signed Bergman bronze desk bell modelled in the form of a child's head resting on a pillow, artist signature to side, 400-500

13.

A George 111 oak two-tier cricket table A/F, 120-150

14.

A set of five ornately carved oak high back dining chairs having cane seats, and barley twist supports, 200-400

15.

A 19th century rosewood ladies work cabinet with inlaid mother of pearl, twin ring handles and bun feet, fitted interior with twin front doors revealing a bank of four drawers A/F, 80-140

16.

Early 19th century mahogany chiffonier, the extended back with galleried single shelf and Regency-style gadrooned edge, supported on S-scrolled supports, the knee hole base flanked by two banks of four drawers below a central drawer, 400-600

17.

David Shepherd - Shampoo Time - a signed limited edition print, published by Solomon and Whitehead, circa 1987, 16 3/4" x 11 3/4", 398/850, 50-150

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18.

R H Chennell (1895-) - Lady Perfection - oil on canvas, 19th century, English School in the naive style depicting a portrait of a horse in a paddock landscape of trees and horses, mounted and glazed in a gilt frame, signed and dated lower left corner, 19 1/4" x 26 1/2", 75-100

19.

Two boxed Mont Blanc biros with certificate booklet, 150-200

20.

Late 19th/early 20th century Chinese table lamp base of ovoid form, decorated in blue and white, with a figure fishing in a river landscape scene with a pagoda, trees and a bridge, mountains to the distance, on a crackle glazed ground, mounted on an ebonized wooden base, 60-80

21.

A large Victorian Tole ware tray decorated with a hand painted floral design and gilt work, 50-100

22.

A Georg Jensen arts and crafts spoon with hammered decoration to the shaped bowl, and a graduated bead ring handle, 80-120

23.

Early 19th century Danish silver sugar caster with pierced and repousse decoration of stiff leaves and floral swags and bows, Copenhagen assay mark, and maker mark for Christian F Heise (1904-1932), circa 1910, 120-180

24.

Late 18th/early 19th century Chinese porcelain bowl decorated in iron reds and under glaze blue with landscape scenes with pagoda, trees and mountains, and gilt highlights, along with a similar plate having a floral design (2), 50-100

25.

A Victorian papier-mâché two-bottle ink stand, with mother of pearl decoration, marked Jennens and Betridge, circa 1845, 30-50

26.

W Maitland, Dutch canal scene, signed 1914, oil on board, 13"x10", 50-100

27.

A pair of early 20th century Japanese Satsuma vases having blue grounds decorated with birds amongst flora, 6" high, 300-400

28.

A pair of Continental silver candlesticks having ornate embossed decoration, marks to the base, 9" high, 450-600

29.

An early 20th century small silver sweet meat dish with pierced panels on raised feet, 30-40

30.

A 1930s Sheffield silver tray having twin handles, shaped rim and inscription, 18"x14", 900-1100

31.

Two South African carved ivory figures of crocodiles with inset shell eyes, 16" and 13" long, 250-350

32.

A large early 20th century ivory and silver mounted page turner, 17" long, 100-200

33.

A South African carved ivory figure of a girl with a cat on her back, 3.5" high, 120-180

34.

A carved ivory tusk depicting elephants, a carved folding comb, page turner and carving of a crocodile, 70-100

35.

A Bermeja, Toledo, Spain - US Navy dress sword in a calf leather scabbard, 80-100

36.

A paperback copy of Tony Hancock Artiste with label stating its 6 of 8 copies for the Dead Comics Society, with numerous signatures including Spike Milligan, Roger Wilmot, Nicholas Parsons and Ernie Wise, 300-400

37.

Hardback copy, Remembering Peter Sellers by Graham Stark, with numerous signatures, 300-400

38.

Early 20th century inlaid mahogany cutlery box containing a full service of silver plated cutlery, Christopher Johnson & Co, 200-300

39.

Pair of 19th century French spelter figurines of Nelson and Wellington, 18" high, 200-250

40.

A miniature 9ct yellow gold engine-turned Dunhill lighter, 180-220

41.

A yellow gold gents gypsy ring set with a single brilliant cut diamond, 800-1200

42.

A 9ct yellow gold Edwardian necklace set with circular amethysts with nine oval amethyst pendants, 200-400

43.

A framed and glazed watercolour of a local Marlow scene entitled Behind the Lock (details on reverse), signed Newton Taylor, a local artist, 14"x9", 50-100

44.

An early 19th century Ganthony of London dial clock in a brass and mahogany case, 12" diameter, 160-250

45.

An early 20th century silver four piece teaset, 400-600

46.

Three silver picture frames, 80-100

47.

Three silver babies rattles, 60-80

48.

A collection of vintage pens, 100-200

49.

A selection of silver including oriental silver, wine taster, card case, cigarette case, cigarette box and other items, 200-300

50.

A collection of 18th and 19th century tea bowls, 60-80

51.

A collection of mother of pearl and silver pen knives, 80-100

52.

A gilt framed oil on canvas portrait of the Hon Maria Petre, daughter of Philip Howard of Corby Castle, carrying her son George Petre, born 1786, in a heavy gilt swag gesso frame, similar Petre family portraits are known to exist by Hoppner, Gainsborough and Romney, 20"x27", 800-1500 Provenance: by family descent to the current vendor.

53.

Juliette Palmer '85, a framed and glazed watercolour garden scene, depicting Chalkpit Cottage in Cookham, former home of Lorraine Kelly, 14"x11", 40-60

54.

A 19th century horn and brass mounted table gong on an oak base, 80-150

55.

Four boxed vintage Britains army vehicles and mixed toy soldiers, 120-180

56.

Boxed vintage Mettoy part train set, 80-100

57.

A small gilt framed oil on board, dock scene, unsigned, 5"x3", 80-100

58.

A lacquered framed picture of a gentleman with gilt suspension, 200-250

59.

A gilt framed picture of a gentleman, 300-500

60.

A single strand of Tahitian grey progressing cultured pearls with a single silver clasp A/F, 100-120

61.

An Edwardian 9ct gold bar brooch set with a ruby and seed pearls, together with a pearl necklace and coral bead necklace, 40-60

62.

A late Victorian 18ct gold ring set with a square cut emerald surrounded by old mine-cut diamonds, 160-200

63.

A Victorian breakfast table of circular form with rope string edge, acanthus style column with scrolled quadrofoil base, 29" high, 50" diameter, 280-350

 

64.

A set of six late Victorian/early Edwardian boudoir chairs with overstuffed seats, bobbin-turned backs, scrolled crest rail with sabre reverse and turned front legs, 140-180

THE FOLLOWING LOTS 65-86 ARE FROM THE VICTOR LAMBERT COLLECTION OF MONART GLASS

65.

Two Monart glass bowls - a green tinted glass bowl with vertical turquoise stripes, two concentric bands of air bubbles with aventurine splashes and folded rim, V11 I.G 248B, and a crown glass tinted bowl with spiral and vertical grey threads, aventurine inclusions to folded rim - I.G V111, both with Monart labels (2), 100-200

66.

Group of four Monart glass shallow bowls in red and black colour combinations, two with aventurine inclusions, approximately just over 6" diameter, the third with aventurine inclusions and whorl decoration, 7 1/4" diameter, and the last with aventurine inclusions to the rim, probably shape REC V11 (4), 150-300

67.

A selection of five Monart glass miniature bowls to include a finger bowl in yellow and black with whorl decorations, 2A x 1+ and a shallow bowl with everted rim in light blue and clear glass with aventurine inclusions, 10 UB x 1, three of the bowls have Monart labels (5), 100-200

68.

A collection of seven miniature Monart glass vases to include a yellow whorled vase with tints of white and pin, 42 MF x 1 and a turquoise green flared vase with a clear and aventurine glass rim, OOGC x 1. Four of the vases have Monart labels (7), 170-250

69.

A rare Monart pale blue bubbly glass vase, the ovoid body with blue and purple whorls having a tint of green, an everted foot and narrow neck, probably shaped RF, 12 2.8" high, three bruises to foot rim (1) 140-200

70.

Two Monart glass vases, one in pink and pale blue with black speckling and Whirled decoration, Monart label to base - B VII, the other in pale pink with black mottling and whorls and aventurine inclusions, shape HF, 6 6/8" high, (2) 120-180

71.

A Monart vase in red and black with aventurine inclusions, 7" high and a Monart bowl in pale blue and black whorled decorated and aventurine inclusions, 7 7/8" diameter (2), 150-250

72.

A group of five small Monart glass vases to include a mottled orange, black and aventurine coloured vase with whorled decoration, 4 7/8" high and a blue ovoid shaped vase with mottled black and aventurine inclusions around the rim, 5" high (5), 250-450

73.

Three Monart glass vases and a rare ashtray, the ashtray heavily overlaid in crystal with green and yellow whorls to base and base edge, Monart label to base O2 2A X1, possibly shape 2K, 1 chip and a bruise to rim edge (4), 120-200

74.

A Monart shallow glass bowl decorated in yellow and black threads encased in clear glass with whorl decoration, Monart label to base, '-UBV+' 140-200

75.

A Monart glass table lamp with mushroom shaped shade and chrome fittings, decorated in a pale blue and pink with whorls in a darker pin and blue and aventurine inclusion, Monart label to base, approximately 13 1/2" high, 150-250

76.

Two Monart initial paperweights "I E A" milliflori on a pale blue ground, 3" diameter, Monart labels to both without inscriptions (see Ysart Glass plate 152 for a similar example) (2) 200-400

77.

A Monart initial paperweight, "I E A" milliflori on a pale green ground, 2 7/8" diameter, Monart label to base (see Ysart glass plate 152 for similar example), 100-200

78.

A Paul Ysart, Monart glass concentric milliflori paperweight on a pale green ground, 3" diameter, rough pontil to base, 200-300

79.

A Paul Ysart, Monart glass milliflori paperweight, close packed milliflori canes to the centre, with an alternate milliflori and filigree band to the outer edge, all on a lilac ground, Monart label and rough pontil to base, 220-250

80.

A Paul Ysart, Monart glass paperweight, milliflori canes in a five flower head arrangement on a pale blue ground, rough pontil to base, 3" diameter, 180-250

81.

Two Paul Ysart, Monart glass paperweights, milliflori canes on a pale blue ground, 2 7/8" diameter, rough pontil to base A/F, the second smaller weight with milliflori and filigree canes on a black ground, flat polished base with Monart label, 2 3/8" diameter (2) 100-180

82.

A Paul Ysart, Monart glass paperweight, a close packed milliflori cane arrangement to the centre, with further milliflori canes and alternating filigree canes to outer edge, 2 7/8" diameter, Monart label and rough pontil to base, 200-300

83.

Paul Ysart magnum paperweight, initial 'J' to the centre surrounded by an arrangement of milliflori canes on a translucent dark blue ground, PY signature cane to design, flat polished base with Monart label, 3 5/8" diameter, 240-340

84.

A Paul Ysart, Monart glass 3D fish paperweight, the fish with a pale blue and white striped body and orange fins in a white latticino basket, with PY signature, Monart label and rough pontil to base, 2 7/8" diameter, 300-500

85.

A milliflori onion skin paperweight on black glass, rough pontil to base, 2 7/8" diameter, 120-200

86.

A typed memo head 'London Office Memo' and dated 13th July 1925, detailing the glass formula of the original batch mixture of Monart glass, along with the approximate analysis of Monax on a separate piece of paper, all in a red sealed envelope with hand written in ink title 'Confidential Glass Formula' along with a 1927 Monart shape catalogue with price list and two other 1930s catalogues, 20-40

Provenance: from the collection of Mr & Mrs Victor Lambert and thence by descent to the present owner.

Victor Lambert was area manager for Royal Worcester circa 1960 to approximately 1973.

87.

A set of twelve Theresienthal floral enamelled hock glasses on green glass stems and feet, two chipped, 150-250

88.

Lalique, France frosted glass cactus dressing table box and cover, a matching scent bottle and an atomizer, 200-400

89.

An Edwardian cut glass decanter and stopper with silver collar, Chester 1915, a silver plated gin wine label and an early 20th century cut glass decanter and stopper of square section, (5), 80-100

90.

An early 20th century glass claret jug and stopper, along with a late Victorian amber coloured claret jug with pale blue barley twist handle and faceted stopper (4), 50-70

91.

A group of three Whitefriars encased bubble dilly ducks in red, ocean green and twilight, along with a small concentric milliflori Perthshire paperweight on a dark blue ground (4), 60-80

92.

A mixed lot of early 20th century Stourbridge glass to include a set of six small Webb's dessert bowl engraved with fish amongst sea foliage and encased bubbles, pair Walsh, Walsh engraved and cut sherry glasses, a glass summer engraved with a band of grape and leaf decoration, along with other items (11) 40-60

93.

A Victorian apple green and cut glass decanter with spire stopper, along with a 19th century ruby overlaid decanter with engraved grape and vine leaf decoration and hexagonal cut section (stopper backing) (3), 90-100

94.

Stevens and Williams 19th century drinking glass with cranberry overlaid bowl, having pillar moulded base and cut decoration above, along with an early 20th century hock glass having a citron overlaid bowl with cut decoration on a faceted stem and star cut foot (2), 50-80

95.

A Whitefriars sea green water set, Whitefriars cased molar bowl circa 1950 and a Whitefriars encased bubble ashtray/pen stand in ocean green with pen (10), 50-70

96.

19th century table glassware to include a pair of wine goblets with dumbbell cut hollow stems, an engraved finger bowl and a pair of engraved sherry glasses (5), 40-60

97.

A Whitefriars textured cucumber vase designed by Geoffrey Baxter in tangerine, 60-100

98.

A Whitefriars textured cucumber vase, designed by Geoffrey Baxter in Indigo, 60-100

99.

A set of four James Powel, Whitefriars straw opal wine glasses designed by T G Jackson circa 1870, 150-200

100.

S & H bisque headed doll having brown sleeping eyes and black painted eyebrows, open mouth showing two teeth and composition jointed body 7 3/4" long, contained in a vintage tin, 40-60

101.

A Royal Worcester porcelain figurine - Giraffes, modelled by Stella R Crofts, Worcester date code for 1932, model number 2895, 8 1/8", 100-200

102.

Young spotted deer, 3316 and Kids at Play 3153, two Royal Worcester porcelain animal groups, modelled by Doris Lindner, date codes for 1956 and 1952 respectively, 150-300

103.

Three Royal Worcester figurines, Friday's Child, Sunday's Child and March 120-180

104.

A group of four Royal Worcester figurines entitled Burman 3066, Babes in the Wood 3302, All Mine 3519 and Mayflower 3656, 300-500

105.

Two Royal Worcester figurines entitled China 3073, A/F 50-100

106.

An 18th century Worcester blue and white tea bowl decorated with a chinoiserie pattern of a fence amongst a floral design, 40-80

107.

An 18th century Worcester sparrow beak cream jug decorated in polychrome colours with a floral spray with a gilt work cartouche, 200-300

108.

A 19th century Castleford type porcelain teapot, 40-80

109.

A boxed Britains Diecast model of a 155mm gun, 30-50

110.

A 9ct rose gold curb link bracelet with heart shaped lock catch, 100-130

111.

A 14" graduated pearl necklace with a rose diamond set yellow and white metal clasp, 85-100

112.

An 18ct oval locket with raised star shaped motif set with pearls and a blue enamelled border, contained in a leather case, 400-600

113.

A large Victorian agate brooch set in a pierced rococo pinchbeck surround, 40-60

114.

A 19th century carved shell cameo brooch in a yellow metal setting, the brooch carved with a figure standing on a dragonfly back holding aloft a torch, along with a later silver set cameo brooch carved in the form of three female figures, 80-100

115.

An 18ct yellow gold ring set with an oval citrine, 60-100

116.

An 18ct yellow gold ring set with an oval green stone, 80-120

117.

A 1930s jadeite and silver pendant on a jadeite beaded and white metal chain, 120-180

118.

A George III pair of silver sugar tongs, engraved initials HBA to top, London 1792, old repair. Along with note of provenance, 40-60

119.

A George III silver cream jug on three cast feet, engraved initial within a fancy cartouche to one side, marks rubbed A/F 140-160

120.

A George III half pint silver tankard with herring bone rim and two bands of ribbed decoration, London 1818 A/F, 130-150

121.

A Victorian silver sauce boat with gadroon border and three cast hoof feet, London 1896, 140-160

122.

A pair of silver bon bonnier dishes with pierced oval motif decorations, Birmingham 1918, 95-120

123.

An Edwardian Walker & Hall silver hot water jug, Sheffield 1914, 180-200

124.

An Edwardian silver three piece teaset, Birmingham 1918, 380-400

125.

William IV pair of silver sauce ladles, engraved initials to the handles, London 1833, 150-200

126.

A George III silver basting spoon, London 1804, along with a mid Victorian silver basting spoon with initials engraved to the handle, London 1875, 170-180

127.

A set of six Victorian silver dessert spoons with engraved initials to the handles, London 1876 and a single Georgian dessert spoon, London hallmarks rubbed, 130-150

128.

A late 19th century gilt metal pair of lorgnettes, the stem with applied snake in relief and a ring handle, 20-40

129.

A selection of nineteen miscellaneous Georgian and later silver teaspoons, 280-300

130.

A selection of silver and silver plated flatware to include a Sheffield hallmarked preserve spoon, silver plated bread fork with mother of pearl handle and a set of six silver plated forks, 85-90

131.

A Walter Moorcroft pottery everted baluster vase decorated in the Pansy pattern, 7 4/8", 80-120

132.

A group of five 18th century blue and white Delft pottery wall tiles, two in square mahogany frames, a blue and white decorated early 19th century Pearl ware jug, an Iznik pottery bottle and stopper and a 19th century Devon pottery style flagon (7), 60-100

133.

An early 20th century yes/no teddy bear with jointed body, red glass eyes and spectacles, 20-40

134.

An 18th century Worcester blue and white tea bowl decorated with birds in flight and perched on leafy branches in landscape, an 18th century Caughley blue and white willow pattern tea bowl, an 18th century Chinese polychrome sparrow beak cream jug with later wicker handle and an oriental green glazed block (4), 70-100

135.

A small leather coin purse containing a 1904 full sovereign A/F, a 1913 full sovereign, a 1913 1/2 sovereign and a 1907 half sovereign, 500-600

136.

An Edwardian 18ct gold cased hunter pocket watch, the white enamelled Roman dial with off set seconds at 6, engraved presentation inscription, dated 1911, 280-350

137.

A small group of coins to include a cased Elkington bronze medal commemorating The Colonial and Indian Reception at the Guildhall, London 1886, 50-100

138.

An unusual Japanese carved ivory netsuke, 19th century, carved in the form of one half of a fruit, the interior side incised with depiction of a rat holding aloft a fox fur cloak, 80-140

139.

A 19th century tortoiseshell needle case, 80-100

140.

A 19th century mother of pearl shell mantel ornament depicting a rural scene of a wood carver seated in front of a shed and a boy looking on, 100-150

141.

A cased silver three piece teaset, hallmarked Birmingham 1920 or 1945, 400-600

142.

A cased George Unite silver butter dish and knife in the form of a shell, along with a small silver dish, London, 80-120

143.

A group of five middle eastern white metal spoons, 60-100

144.

An early 20th century Japanese framed wood block print and another smaller print and two others, 30-60

145.

Part of a stone carving, dated to the top side Hacpsenberg 1726 and initialled EC 1893, along with a wrought iron ceiling light and two wooden pastry stamps, 20-40

146.

Two hand stitched balls, 50-100

147.

A selection of military cloth badges to include a German armband and other items, 30-60

148.

A 19th century carved treen ink well in the form of a bull dog with glass eyes, 100-150

149.

A cased collection of jockey stick pins, one with diamonds, reading Carnavan, other in gold and one with a cipher, 350-400

150.

A platinum and diamond set daisy ring, 300-500

151.

A Chinese porcelain bottle vase decorated with figures in relief amongst a pierced body of clouds, decorated in polychrome colours, six character archaic seal mark to base, on a carved wooden stand, 80-150

152.

A pair of 19th century Chinese Canton vases of square section with domed lids, having gilt dog of foe finials, standing on carved wooden stands 150-250

153.

A Regency hand written in ink book on cures for illnesses in horses, bound in paper on boards, handwritten to front cover B Harmer Esq June 17th 1839, along with a calf bound book on Longfellow's Poetical Works, 1893 Oxford University Press, 50-100

154.

A small group of late 19th/early 20th century painted clay figures of Indian people in a wooden box, 20-30

155.

A mixed lot of oriental ceramics, lacquer ware, brass and bronze Buddhist figures, a cloth panel with Japanese calligraphy, carved wooden stands and other items, 100-200

156.

A large Japanese yellow ground charger having two four toed dragons chasing a flaming pearl decoration, four character mark to base, circa 1900, 200-400

157.

Six 18th century and later Chinese plates to include a pair with eight oriental figures depicting a blue ware seascape ground, six character mark to base, along with an 18th century Chinese sparrow beak jug, 80-100

158.

A large Chinese green ground vase of tapering square section and waisted narrow neck, decorated with oriental figure and animals on pierced trellis work panels, six character archaic seal mark to base, on a carved wooden stand, 200-300

159.

A Chinese Cantonese punch bowl decorated with panels of figures in landscape and garden scenes, 150-250

160.

A Chinese red lacquer and carved bamboo tea caddy, late 19th century/early 20th century, 40-60

161.

English arts & crafts small pottery vase with incised decoration and blue glaze, probably Burmantoffs or Linthorpe pottery and a 19th century English salt glaze figure group, along with a small salt glaze pottery figure of a woman seated in a chair, 20-40

162.

A large gilt framed oil on canvas of a rural scene of cattle and a farmer, Behyar Samini, 80-100

163.

A 19th century walnut secretaire bookcase having leaded glass doors over a carved desk drawer and cupboards on a plinth base, 120-180

164.

An early 20th century oak and plated desk stand, 80-100

165.

A naval dress sword, hat, belt and plaques, 200-300

166.

A selection of medals and badges, 40-60

167.

Nigel Kingston - an unframed oil on canvas, abstract highland scenes, signed 41" x 31", 40-60

168.

Nigel Kingston - Abstract Days Like This, oil on canvas, unsigned 39" x 39", 40-60

169.

Nigel Kingston - Low Tide with floating frame, oil on canvas, signed lower right corner, 66" x 30" 40-60

170.

A 9ct gold stone set pendant, diamond set ring, emerald and diamond cluster ring and a topaz ring, 270-350

171.

A set of four Victorian balloon back chairs having cane seats, two stamped BW, 60-80

172.

A George III mahogany inlaid long case having a painted arched topped dial, eight day movement with off set seconds, 300-500

173.

Horst Albrect - a large cased French concert horn, 300-500

174.

John Wilkie - Cupar, Fife - a George III eight day long case in a mahogany and ebonized case, 550-600

175.

Circa 1880 - a pair of folding mahogany campaign mirrors, 100-200

176.

A mahogany cased Cabinetto musical barrel organ to include two boxes of sheet music, working order, 150-200

177.

Thomas Mercer, St Albans, England, a 19th century cased and brass ships clock with silvered dial, 300-500

178.

An Edwardian mahogany ladies inlaid Bonheur du jour standing on square tapering legs, 60-100

179.

A pair of Victorian walnut show wood framed green upholstered nursing chairs standing on turned legs, 380-400

180.

Circa 1900, a mahogany inlaid ladies vanity stand, Maple and Co, with fitted interior and ivory accessories, 250-300

181.

Thomas Mills, Berkley, a George 111 oak provincial long case clock, dial decorated with a fancy bird, 30-hour movement, 250-300

182.

A pair of marquetry inlaid side chairs having bar backs, overstuffed seats on square legs, one A/F, 40-60

183.

A Georgian mahogany bow fronted corner cabinet with inlaid banding, 80-150

184.

A 19th century mahogany glazed corner wall hanging display cabinet, 40-60

185.

A matched set of six 19th century mahogany bar back dining chairs on turned legs, 100-150

186.

A William IV rosewood circular dining table with gadrooned rim on triform base, 150-180

187.

An early 20th century mahogany demi lune table on square legs, 120-150

188.

A 9ct gold gate link bracelet, gold bar brooch, two gold rings, pin cushion dolls and costume jewellery, 150-250

189.

A 1982 gold half sovereign in a 9ct gold pendant mount, 80-120

190.

A Hibiscus pattern blue ground Moorcroft vase, impressed mark to the base, 6" high, 50-80

191.

A good collection of mixed lead soldiers, 80-100

192.

An early 20th century silver mounted and glass claret jug, Birmingham 1907, Maker JTH and JHM, 250-350

193.

A 1930s Barbola table l amp with all over foliate decoration, 30-50

194.

A boxed silver and gilt Mont Blanc fountain pen, engraved, 180-250

195.

A pair of brilliant cut Princess cut diamond studs, 4200-4400

196.

An Edwardian platinum, diamond and pearl brooch, 4000-4500

197.

An 18ct gold diamond and opal brooch, 1800-2000

198.

A diamond art nouveau pendant, 3600-3800

199.

Two South African carved wooden paper knives, one attributed to the Tsonga region, an olive wood paper knife, a bone paper knife, a South African ivory, wood and copper watch holder and a pair of 19th century spectacles, along with other items, 80-100

200.

A selection of framed and unframed pictures to include limited edition, Tonga first day covers and others by African artists or on an African theme, (18), 50-100

201.

A group of African art exhibition posters along with a box of various exhibition stands and plinths, 50-80

202.

A mixed lot of South African coins, Boer War coin jewellery, a silk handkerchief with transfer printed map of South Africa on it, Boer War slate carvings, some depicting Kruger and other items, 50-70

203.

A collection of South African Boer war commemorative wooden carved tobacco pipes (10), 100-200

204.

A group of 19th century horn beakers to include one inscribed 9th Dragoon and with a depiction of a soldier below, along with a Boer POW bone brooch plaque carved with a depiction of the Boer arms and two Boer War carved bone serviette rings, 50-100

205.

A small group of patinated brass African slave bangles, 50-80

206.

A small lot of Columbian brass shoe stirrup, late 18th/early 19th century (7), 150-300

207.

A Sudan hide tribal art shield, 50-100

208.

A wooden and hide clad shield, attributed to Madagascar, 21 1/2" long, 800-1500

209.

A collection of twelve African spears to include one with a wire work shaft and another with a shaped ivory point, 120-240

210.

A selection of mainly African and Eastern white metal and silver plated jewellery and other items to include a belt, probably Turkish, a Mauritania bangle etc 150-250

211.

A group of white metal Tupo Bolivian spoons/cloak pins along with other cloak pins to include one with Fuerza, Bolivian coins, 300-600

* THE FOLLOWING ITEMS MARKED WITH AN ASTERISK HAVE BEEN EXHIBITED AT THE 2007 SPIRIT OF AFRICA EXHIBITION AT THE CLAYARCH GIMHAE MUSEUM

212.

An African beaded cache sexe with brass beaded waist band and ends, probably South African 200-400

*Exhibited, loan number 125

213.

An African beadwork cache sexe, probably South African, 150-250

*Exhibited, loan number 124

214.

An African beadwork cache sexe, in white, blue and black beads, probably South African 150-250

*Exhibited, loan number 123

215.

An African beadwork cache sexe, in white and black beads, probably South African, 250-400

*Exhibited, loan number 122

216.

An African beadwork cache sexe with a red and blue strip and white beads, 150-200

217.

A hide and bead work ethnographic apron with brass tack head decoration, circa 1900, 200-400

*Exhibited

218.

An African bead work cache sexe in white and black colours, probably South African, 150-250

*Exhibited, loan number 126

219.

An African leather and beadwork panel, South African, along with a leather and bead work bag pouch of triangular form decorated with vertical stripes of white and blue beads, 200-400

*Exhibited, loan number 126

220.

A carved wooden decoy duck with nail head eyes, 200-400

221.

Two early 20th century Australian boomerangs, one decorated with depictions of kangaroos, ostriches, the other also with depictions of kangaroos, the reverse inscribed with tips on successful throwing of the boomerang (2) 80-100

222.

Trobriand Islands lime spatula with a carved clapper handle, late 19th century, 500-1000

223.

Trobriand Islands wooden carved lime spatula, the handle carved and pierced with a figural design, Melanesian, late 19th/early 20th century, 200-400

224.

A group of five shaped stone axe heads and tools, all probably Australian or New Zealand region, one inscribed in pencil NSW probably for New South Wales, Australia and with an inventory number H1291, 600-1000

225.

A group of four sea shells with engraved floral decoration, inscribed Souvenir Caledonie, two other engraved shells and a group of Whales teeth, each worked with holes for hanging, one with scrimshaw initials MM, all pre 1947, 200-400

226.

An Australian baobab nut with engraved decoration of emus amongst grassland and foliate, aboriginal shield and other aboriginal motifs and designs, 80-140

227.

Two Fujian throwing or belt clubs (i-ula), one a carved i-ula tava tava club, the other an i-ula-drisa club, both with carved decoration to the handles, 300-700

228.

Two Fujian throwing or belt clubs (i-ula), one a carved i-ula tava tava club, the other an i-ula-drisia club, both with carved decoration to the handles, 300-700

229.

A rare Maori patuki carved wooden club, with lancelate blade having all over carved pictogram decoration, probably 18th/19th century, 1000-3000

230.

A group of Australian or South African leaf paintings depicting various ships, including URMS Mexican, S.S Ghelydra, Sunderland, HMS Bramble, mounted and framed (6), 50-100

231.

A group of Australian or South African leaf paintings depicting Cape Town and Simons Town, among others, along with an unframed leaf painting inscribed From Cape Town 1917 (7), 50-100

232.

A group of Australian leaf paintings mounted and framed to include two depicting shipping at a coastal port with the English flag, along with a South African small oil painting of a native man throwing a club (8), 50-100

233.

A selection of glass slides depicting native African, military and British scenes, 30-50

234.

A group of five South African/African clubs to include a South African knobkerrie having engraved animal depictions to the stem (4) 80-120

235.

A collection of mainly African walking sticks, staffs, a fly whisk and other items to include South African bead and cane work Staffs, a bird headed walking stick with engraved decoration, inscribed Rahams Town 1891 and other items (14), 250-400

236.

A Luba tribal art steel and carved wooden ceremonial hatchet, the blade emerging from the mouth of a carved head of a native with wire bound handle, Democratic Republic of Congo, 17" long, 800-1200

237.

An African wooden handled and metal club with wire work sections to the handle, club marked A & DR & Co Ltd, along with an African carved wooden club with shaped head, 100-200

238.

A group of three African carved wood and metal axes, 80-150

239.

An ethnographic carved nut box, possibly Melanesian, 80-150

240.

A mixed lot to include an Ashanti silver gold dust spoon, Ashanti gold scales, four brass gold dust boxes and a selection of gold weights, 500-1000

241.

A selection of North Nguni (Zulu) ear plugs (amashaza) in wood and Perspex, some with chrome studs (9 pairs), 300-600

242.

A group of sixteen North Nguni (Zulu) single ear plugs (amashaza) in wood and Perspex, 150-300

243.

A group of six pairs of North Nguni (Zulu) ear plugs (amashaza) in wood and Perspex, some with chrome studs, 200-400

244.

A group of 11 bone North Nguni (Zulu) hair ornaments/snuff spoons (intshaza), along with two horn examples, some with black or red ornamentation, 19th century, 1000-2000

*Exhibited, loan item numbers 78-88 and 90

245.

A group of 20 bone North Nguni (Zulu) hair ornament/snuff spoons (intshaza) and intshengula (snuff spoons), some with black and red ornamentation, 19th century, 500-1000

246.

A group of 15 bone North Nguni (Zulu) hair ornament/snuff spoons (intshaza) and intshengula (snuff spoons), some with black and red ornamentation, to include one label inscribed 'carved by Zulu Boy Natal from bone, Leutby, Mrs Robert Griffiths, 19th century, 450-700

247.

A group of 15 bone North Nguni (Zulu) hair ornament/snuff spoons (intshaza) and intshengula (snuff spoons), many with black ornamentation, 19th century, 300-600

248.

Approximately 24 bone, horn and wooden hair ornaments/snuff spoons (intshaza) and intshengula snuff spoons, North Nguni (Zulu), 19th century to include one inscribed 'spoon made by Zulu (St Helena), 700-1200

249.

A group of six North Nguni (Zulu) bone hair pins with decorative hair and bead work wrapping, along with a single bone hair pin with pierced decoration (7), 300-400

250.

A carved ethnographic wooden box (possibly a hair pin box), with twin hinged lid and incised numbers to the lid, 50-100

251.

Two Mangbetu bone hair pins and a steel razor hair pin with cane ornamentation, Congo 19th century, 80-150

252.

A group of seven Melanesian fish hooks in clam shell and tortoiseshell, some with beadwork ornamentation, 300- 600

253.

A group of four fishing hooks, probably Melanesian, to include one from New Zealand, along with a bone tool, 100-250

254.

A Shona carved wooden snuff with wire work ornamentation, 60-120

*Exhibited, loan item number 107

255.

A rare South African gut snuff container in the form of an animal, along with a South African horn snuff container with antelope head terminals, (2), 150-250

*Exhibited, loan item 95 and 99

256.

A North Nguni (Zulu) carved wooden snuff container in the form of a fruit with turned stopper, 80-120

*Exhibited, loan item100

257.

Two beaded gut snuff containers, probably South African, 50-100

258.

A large collection of African gourd snuff containers, many with wire work ornamentation, (34) 100-300

259.

A group of five carved wooden Shona snuff containers to include one of elongated flask shape with side handle, some with wire work ornamentation, 300-600

260.

A Shona, East African carved wooden tribal art neck rest, carved with two bands of three circular motifs to the stem, 500-1000

* Loan item number 33

261.

A Shona, East African carved wooden tribal art neck rest, carved with a central line of three circular motifs between two bands of arched motifs to the stem, 500-1000

*Loan number 29

262.

A Shona/Tsonga, East African carved wooden tribal art neck rest, carved with an arched design to the stem, 800-1200

* Loan item number 34

263.

A Shona, East African carved wooden tribal art neck rest, carved with two circular motifs between a central pillar and angular motifs, A/F 200-500

*Loan item number 31

264.

A Shona, East African carved wooden tribal art neck rest, carved with circular and angular motifs on a central bar to the stem, (crack to seat), 400-800

*Loan item number 36

265.

A small Shona, East African carved wooden tribal art neck rest, carved with two circular motifs flanking a central vertical bar to the stem, 300-700

*Loan item 37

266.

A large Shona, East African carved wooden tribal art neck rest, carved with an arch supporting three pillars to the stem, shaped base and carved comb border to the top ends, 800-1200

* loan item 32

267.

A Shona, East African carved wooden tribal art neck rest, carved with two circular motifs flanking a central vertical bar and between two sets of angular motifs, (repair to one end of top seat), 250-500

* Loan item number 35

268.

A Shona, East African carved wooden tribal art neck rest, carved with a compressed knop with hammered decoration between geometrical motifs to the stem, (one crack to base) 1000-2000

*Loan item number 30

269.

A Shona, East African carved wooden tribal art neck rest, carved with circular and angular motifs to the stem, tied on label marked Kafir Pillow sent by ERS and paper label to base Kafir Pillow, S Africa, Afspuondo? 500-1000

270.

A North Nguni (Zulu) South African carved wooden neck rest on four legs with geometric incised decoration, circa 1900, 300-600

*Exhibited, loan number 28

271.

An African carved wooden tribal art stamp, the handle carved in the form of two fish tails flanking a square panel of geometric decoration, the base with carved geometric decoration surrounding a central flower head motif, 100-200

272.

Two North Nguni (Zulu) chain link double snuff containers, one carved in wood, the other probably horn, 80-140

273.

A group of four snuff containers to include a Zulu ivory snuff (4), 50-100

274.

Two North Nguni horn snuff containers and a Shona ivory snuff container with black geometric ornamentation, 40-80

275.

A 19th century horn powder horn or snuff container with bands of amasumpa decoration and bead work ornamentation, probably North Nguni, 25-50

276.

A rare Basotho metal sweat scraper, 50-100

277.

A quantity of African wooden spoons to include one with the handle in the form of a gun (10)

*Two exhibited, loan item numbers 44 & 38

278.

Two African wooden spoons to include a large North Nungi (Zulu) spoon, 50-100

*Exhibited, loan items 40 & 41

279.

A group of five African carved spoons to include two anthropomorphic spoons, 150-250

*Exhibited item numbers 42, 43, 39 & 45

280.

Two North Nungi (Zulu) bead snuff gourds, late 19th century, 200-400

281.

A group of three North Nguni (Zulu) horn milk spoons, 80-120

282.

A group of four horn spoons, 19th century, to include two Icelandic horn spoons and an African horn spoon with an engraved depiction of two European women seated in a mountainous landscape scene, 80-120

283.

Two North Nguni (Zulu) carved wooden chain link double snuff containers, 80-140

*One exhibited, loan item number 106

284.

A group of three African horn snuff containers, East or South African, 60-100

*Two exhibited, loan item numbers 103 & 105

285.

A group of five African snuff containers to include a Shona elongated carved wooden snuff with side handle, a small round Shona snuff box and a small Malawi snuff container, 100-200

* One Exhibited, loan item number 108

286.

Seven Basuto stone pipe bowls with incised decoration to include one having a double pipe bowl, 80-120

*Two exhibited, loan items 19 & 92

287.

Four African stone pipe bowls to include one in carved in jadeite, 100-300

288.

Three South African carved stone pipes, 60-100

289.

Two South African carved wooden pipes with inlaid metal in a styalized and floral design, one pipe bowl being in the form of an antelopes head, 80-120

290.

Two African carved wooden tobacco pipes, one in the form of a figure seated on a horse, 100-300

*Exhibited, loan items 68 & 76

291.

Six South African carved wooden tobacco pipes, most with inlaid or overlaid metal work designs, one with a wire work design, 180-250

*One exhibited, loan item 66

292.

A group of four African carved wooden tobacco pipes each with a bladed flange to the pipe bowl, 120-240

* Exhibited, loan items 65, 75 & 174

293.

A group of three South African wooden carved tobacco pipes with angular shaped pipe stems and inlaid metal designs, 120-200

*Exhibited, loan items 71, 69 & 70

294.

Nine South African carved wooden tobacco pipes to include two with all over bead work decoration, some with inlaid metal ornamentation, 250-350

*Two exhibited, loan item numbers 64 & 73

295.

Two carved wooden tobacco pipes, probably South African, each having a double pipe bowl, 100-200

*Exhibited, loan items 67 & 77

296.

Seven South African carved wooden tobacco pipes with wire work and metal inlaid designs, 140-250

297.

Ten South African carved wooden tobacco pipes, 300-600

298.

Five South African carved wooden tobacco pipes, an African pipe with flanged pipe bowl and a horn Dagga pipe (7), 120-220

299.

A selection of ethnographic carved wooden items to include a South African paper knife, a pitcairn souvenir box and vase, two root carved bowls and other items (8), 150-200

300.

A group of four brass boxes from the Siasi Island, small selection of Ashanti gold dust weights and two metal figure groups, possibly Ashanti, 100-200

301.

Mixed lot of ethnographic items to include a Brazilian rubber tobacco inhaler, circa 19th century, a Scandinavian birch wood food or tobacco box, and other items, 100-150

302.

Six African carved wooden plumb weights and four stone pulley weights, 50-100

303.

A Congo wooden handled knife with punched decoration to the blade and an Indonesian knife with gilt metal and bronzed handle, 80-140

304.

A Tibetan dorgee brass spirit dagger, along with a white metal Gaucho knife, Uruguay, 50-100

305.

Three North Nguni stabbing spears with coloured beadwork to the shafts, 50-100

306.

Five small Shona knives in wooden sheaths with carved and wire work decoration, 200-400

307.

Four East African, Shona wooden carved knives, some with wire work and grass binding, 150-250

308.

Four East African Shona carved wooden knives to include an unusual double Shona knife with wire work decoration, 200-350

309.

An East African Shona wooden carved knife and sheath with wire bindings, 100-200

310.

An East African Shona wooden carved knife and sheath with wire bandings, 100-200

311.

Three east African Shona wooden carved knives and sheaths with cane and wire work decoration, 200-300

312.

Four East African Shona wooden carved knives and sheaths with wire work or cane bindings, 300-600

313.

An East African Shona carved wooden knife and sheath with cane work panels 150-250

*Exhibited, loan item 49

314.

Two African carved knives and sheaths, one in ivory and wood with bird finial, 80-120

315.

Two African carved bone and wooden knives and sheaths with wire work bindings, 80-140

316.

A mixed lot of African and other knives and other knives to include a calligraphers Indian knife (8), 100-160

317.

Two African leather female dolls with painted eyes, 200-400

318.

An African wood and straw fertility doll with wooden beaded limbs and original clothes, along with a cotton African doll in original clothes, 50-60

319.

Group of four African tribal art wooden carved statues to include one dressed in a shirt and tie, circa 1900, 50-80

320.

Three African spoons to include a Zulu milk spoon, a Rotes spoon and a spoon with carved plaited decoration, 50-80

321.

Two oriental finely woven straw hats, one coloured black, in original cardboard box decorated with bats to the lid, 19th century, 100-200

322.

A group of five oriental carved wooden stands of rectangular form, 50-100

323.

A mixed selection of African items to include a carved wooden club in the form of an African head, a bag of porcupine quills, three stoneware pots and other items, 50-80

324.

A large selection of basket weave and coloured wire work items to include South African beer pot covers, straw ladles, pots and covers and other items, 80-150

*Exhibited, item numbers 62, 50, 52 & 57

325.

An Inuit seal skin gaming ball with fur trim and stuffed with reindeer hair, circa 19th century, along with a bone pendant engraved and blackened with a depiction of a polar bear, 50-70

326.

A carved wooden Maori box, the lid depicting the face of Tiki with inset abalone shell eyes, late 19th century/early 20th century, 50-70

327.

Waigan, Kimberley region, North Western Australia - Mandjuna Spirit Barudy tree, bark painting, inscribed and labelled verso, 80-120

328.

Mary - aboriginal tree bark picture of a spirit, Australia, 80-120

329.

Australian aboriginal tree bark painting depicting a crocodile and snake motifs, possibly Hunegen group, 50-100

330.

Two South African penis covers, North Nguni, 70-100

331.

A wooden carved hair pin, possibly St Mathias Island, an African fly whisk and other items, 50-100

332.

A selection of African carved wooden pots and bowls to include a Zulu milk pail, 200-400

Exhibited, item numbers 56,54,57,55 & 94

333.

A selection of South African beadwork to include a belt, pipe, a straw and bead mat and a cow hide apron, 80-120

334.

Three South African beadwork gourd containers and an East African beaded snuff container, 100-200

335.

An African hand stitched patchwork cover, a black satin fur trimmed bib collar and a feather hair ornament, 40-60

336.

A North Nguni bone prestige necklace, 50-100

337.

A mixed lot of African bracelets and bangles, in brass, wood, white metal and bone, 80-100

338.

A selection of snuff containers and other items, to include a Shona snuff, two nut gourd snuffs, a wire work Shona bottle and other items,

*Some exhibited, item numbers 109, 99, 96 and 101

339.

Five ethnographic fish hooks to include a North West Coast halibut fish hook, 80-150

340.

A collection of South African beaded necklaces and belts to include matrons necklaces, 150-200

341.

A selection of South African beaded straps, anklets and pubic aprons, 120-220

342.

A mixed selection of mainly South African beaded necklaces, bracelets and other jewellery, 100-150

343.

An assortment of South African beadwork rolled tube chokers, together with beaded collar necklaces, 180-220

344.

Two South African beaded dolls, 40-60

*Exhibited, item number BD1

345.

An African basket weave pouch and cover containing an assortment of bone items some with engraved punched circles, coins and other items, 100-200

346.

A group of South African beaded small snuff gourds to include on a beaded tubular necklace, a double snuff gourd and another with original chemists label, 200-400

347.

A group of four South African beaded snuff gourds, 200-400

348.

A group of three South African beaded snuff gourds, along with a similar beaded cosmetics container, 200-400

349.

A large collection of South African beadwork fringe necklaces, waist ornaments and female beaded breast covers, 200-300

350.

A mixed lot of South African bead work jewellery to include chokers, earrings, and beaded neck tubes, 150-180

351.

An art deco diamond bracelet, 1500-1700

352.

An 18ct yellow gold chain, together with a gold plate ladies Tissot wristwatch, 70-100

353.

An 18ct yellow gold fringe necklace set with pearls, retailed by Allum and Siddaway, 300-500

354.

An 18th/19th century Chinese porcelain vase having a flared neck over unglazed blue garden scene with over glazed famille verte decoration, figures in conversation, six-character Kangxi mark to the base, hairline to neck, 16" high

355.

A miniature souvenir cricket bat, The Ashes Tour 1928, including signatures of Jack Hobbs and Harold Larwood, 100-200

356.

An oriental gilt bronze Buddhist figurine and a wooden carved figure, possibly Middle Eastern, 50-100

357.

A 1966 World Cup Final football program along with ticket stubs for all London games and an unused ticket for the Final and an Official programme for the whole tournament, 200-300

358.

A crate of 1975 Taylors Port, 300-500

359.

A crate of 1975 Taylors Port, 300-500

360.

A George III silver three piece teaset having engraved foliate borders, dated London 1800, 500-700

361.

A 1950s gilt metal lady's evening bag/necesetaire with mesh handles, decorated with animals and a fitted interior, 30-50

362.

A French white and coloured marble mantle clock with gilt metal ornamentation, the white enamelled Arabic dial with floral swag decoration, the drum shaped movement stamped A D Mougin to the back plate, 15 1/2" high 80-100

363.

A late 19th century/Edwardian wooden cased Samuel Marti mantle clock, the white enamelled Roman housing a movement bearing a Samuel Marti stamp to the back plate, 13 1/8" high, 50-70

364.

A late 19th century Japy Frères French gilt metal mantle clock, the white enamelled Roman dial housing a movement with Japy Frères stamp to back plate, 14 1/2" high, 70-100

365.

A 19th century twin pedestal desk with green leather scriber over drawers, 150-250

366.

A set of six 19th century cabinet plates and two others with foliate decoration, 25-40

367.

A brass stick telephone, 40-60

368.

Four Staffordshire flat back figures, 30-50

369.

A Georgian style oak panelled coffer with carved decoration on block feet, 100-150

370.

A George III converted wash stand having a display case top over drawers on square legs, 80-100

371.

A Victorian mahogany flat fronted chest of two short and three long drawers on bun feet, 80-150

372.

A 19th century flat fronted chest of two short and two long drawers on bracket feet, 60-100

373.

A Georgian mahogany snap top table having a carved rim over turned column and carved, splayed legs, 120-180

374.

An Empire style mahogany open carver armchair having inlaid banding on reeded legs, 80-100

375.

A selection of spirits to include Glenlivet, 60-80

376.

An oak apprentice drop leaf gate leg table with barley twist legs, 10" x 5" x 8", 80-100

377.

Circa 1870 an ivory silk and lace trim wedding dress with French lace shawl decoration with foliate motifs, 200-400

378.

A cream painted late 1800s Danish armchair with embroidered drop in seat, 80-100

379.

756/850 A framed and glazed limited edition Lowry print, Going to Work 1959, 24" x 18", 150-200

380.

Constance Parish, set of four framed oils, street scenes, 200-300

381.

J Emms, oil on canvas, scene of a cat and dog, 19" x 24", 650-1000

382.

Thirteen bottles of red wine to include 1985 Mouton-Cadet, 1995 Chateau Lapelletrie and 1989 Vieux Bonneau, 80-150

383.

An early 19th century mahogany banjo barometer by C Volonte, having inlaid banding and silvered dials, 150-180

384.

A Georgian mahogany flat fronted chest of two short and three long drawers on bracket feet, 120-150

385.

A model steam engine on wooden base, 50-70

386.

A cast metal model engine, along with a water repair metal plaque, 50-80

387.

An arts and crafts pewter jug and two tankards by Gerald Benney, 70-90

388.

Three oriental brass/bronze spoons, along with two pairs of metal chop sticks, 50-80

389.

Three kingwood and Hampshire Bank £1 bank notes, each signed Stephen Tunks, two dated 1821, the other 1817, 80-100

390.

A selection of South African beadwork to include neck rings, girdles and belts, along with waist ornaments, 120-160

391.

A group of South African beaded snuff tubes, 400-600

392.

A leather and bead work waist pouch, a beaded wall hanging watch holder and a grass and porcupine headdress, 60-100

393.

A small group of carte de vistes depicting African natives and photographs of South African scenes, 20-40

394.

A Ndau, Zimbabwe carved wood and beaded knife and sheath, 30-50

395.

A bone and wire work bracelet, the circular bone ornament engraved with a watch face, along with a similar bone disc, 25-50

396.

A mixed lot of African implements and ornaments to include a gold dust spoon, carved bone tribal art figurine, combs, carved wooden tubular container and diving instruments from the Pers Collection, 200-400

397.

A mixed lot of mainly African items to include an engraved white metal pill box, shell ornaments, copper paint brush and other items, 100-200

398.

A mixed lot of oriental, African and other items to include a Tibetan amulet, jade and other semi precious stones etc 50-100

399.

A mixed lot of items to include a large amber bead and other stones, to include a weathered jade pendant in the form of a dolphin, 50-100

400.

A mixed lot of mainly African artefacts to include a wooden North Nguni necklace, an Indian cloth purse, a carved wooden panel and other items, 80-100

401.

Three African wooden sticks, two with engraved decoration, one with incised decoration of wavy lines and dots, 40-80

19

402.

A Chipibo, Amazon painted pottery bowl decorated with panels of geometric line motifs on a cream ground, A/F 50-100

403.

An African white and red beadwork Chieftain necklace and similar head band, 50-100

*Exhibited, items numbers, OEB1 & OEB2

404.

A beadwork Ndebale bridal train/veil, along with another beadwork Ndebale bridal train and a small similar beadwork panel, 100-200

*Exhibited, item number 118,119,120

405.

Ashanti carved wooden Akauba fertility doll, 50-70

406.

An African gourd and wooden musical instrument, 50-70

407.

A South African beadwork hanging panel in coloured beads, along with a pair of cut leather sandals, 50-100

*Panel exhibited loan item number 117

408.

A South African beadwork hanging panel in coloured beads the design depicting buildings, 50-100

409.

A South African beadwork hanging panel in coloured beads the design depicting buildings, 50-100

*Exhibited, loan item 115

410.

An African nut and bone snuff container in the form of a native's head, 50-100

411.

A central African carved wooden tribal art head on short, circular stem and a compressed ball shaped base, 80-100

412.

A 19th century Inuit birding bolas in walrus ivory, 50-100

413.

Two Haida carved Argillite stone totems, the tallest 10" high, (2), 150-200

414.

An American beaded Glengarry decorated in a floral design, 50-100

415.

A 19th century American New Brunswick embroidered six panel cap decorated with floral designs in coloured beads, Micmae, 50-100

416.

Two American carved spoons or ladles, one with a carved design to the handle (A/F), 100-300

417.

An Athabaskan seal skin tobacco purse and a straw framed and birch bark covered model canoe, 25-50

418.

A North Nguni embroidered leather beer skimmer, 20-40

419.

A selection of American bead work and embroidered items to include a spectacles case, miniature snow shoes and pine cushions to include a Huron pin cushion (7), 100-150

420.

A selection of American embroidered and beadwork cuffs to include a pair of dance cuffs, 50-100

421.

A selection of American beadwork bags and purses, 100-200

422.

Four American Iroquois beaded bags, two smaller beaded Iroquois purse bags and another Iroquois pocket watch bag, 300-500

423.

A late 18th century/early 19th century continental oil on copper painting of a man and a woman, in gilt wood frame, 80-100

424.

Robert Morden coloured map of Middlesex, 18th/19th century, glazed in a gilt frame, 80-150

 

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