A Canton enamel bowl, 19th century, the exterior gilt with scattered insects,

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Billingshurst , Sussex
A Canton enamel bowl, 19th century, the exterior gilt with scattered insects, flowers and fruit against a powder blue ground, gilt four character mark in Zhuanshu script, 22cm.diameter.
A Canton enamel bowl, 19th century, the exterior gilt with scattered insects, flowers and fruit against a powder blue ground, gilt four character mark in Zhuanshu script, 22cm.diameter.

10th, 11th & 12th January 2017 Antiques & Interiors Sale

Sale Date(s)
Lots: 601 - 1000
Lots: 1101 - 1647
Lots: 1701 - 2378
Venue Address
New Pound
Wisborough Green
RH14 0AZ
United Kingdom

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TUESDAY 10th January 2017


12 noon

601 – 780                  Wines and Spirits
801 – 825                  Clocks and Scientific Instruments
851 – 962                  Works of Art
980 – 1000                Textiles, Carpets and Rugs

WEDNESDAY 11th January 2017



1101 – 1185              European Ceramics and Glass
1312 – 1500              Asian Art



1501 – 1561              Watercolours and Prints

1562 – 1647              Oil Paintings


THURSDAY 12th January 2017



1701 – 1708              Boxes & Tea Caddies

1720 – 1957              Furniture



1958 – 2136              Silver and Plate, including The Miller Collection
2137 – 2050              Coins and Medals

2167 – 2378              Jewellery and Watches






Friday 6th January  9am – 4pm

Saturday 7th January  9am – 1pm

Monday 9th January  9am – 4pm

Tuesday 10th January  9am – 12noon










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(i) Buyers should prior to the sale satisfy themselves as to the condition of each lot and whether or not in their own judgement the lot accords with the description. (ii) Neither the Auctioneers the seller or their servants are responsible for errors of description or for the authenticity of any lot and

(iii) The Auctioneers the seller or their servants and agents give no warranty whatsoever other than hereinafter contained to any buyer in respect of any lot and any express or implied conditions or warranties are hereby excluded.

9. Where a member of the public causes damage to a Lot (or part thereof) the Auctioneer reserves the right to:

(i) sell the aforementioned without reserve and to hold that specific individual liable for the amount of any difference
between the hammer price and the reserve or lower estimate whichever might be higher or (ii) for the cost of the restoration where appropriate
or (iii) for the full amount of the reserve price or lower estimate which ever be the higher

Note: that with the exception of Condition 10(iii) title to the Lot will
remain solely with the seller.



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