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A George III silver gilt cup and cover, by Ebenezer Coker 1775
The body with part graduated fluting below an engraved coat of arms, the sc...
A Westerwald salt-glazed stoneware jug, circa 1685
With a portrait of Queen Mary, 14cm high.
An Elizabethan Tigerware jug
The unmarked silver mount probably 16th century and engraved with scrolling flowers and with a vacant car...
A late Victorian novelty treen inkwell
Modelled as a boxer dog head with glass eyes (one lost), 9cm wide, 13cm high.
An Elizabethan or James I oak side table
With a later top, above arcaded friezes and fluted tapering legs, 79cm wide, 41cm deep, 73cm h...
The One-legged black beggar in Cirencester
Gouache, mid 19th century
The reverse with hand-written paper label ‘Rowlan...
Lakeside village scene, two figures in the foreground
Possibly Italy, 19th century
Oil on panel
In a modern frame ...
An oak or chestnut alms box, late 16th / early 17th century
Iron carrying handle and coin slot on top, all sides with cartouche panels, th...
A pair of George III rosewood candlesticks, circa 1780
With spiral twist stems, each 11cm diameter, 21cm high. (2)
NB: Requires ...
A George III oak table-top or hand-held paddle-shaped firescreen, circa 1780
A George III treen scissor-action rushnip, circa 1780
possibly Welsh Borders, 13cm diameter, 30cm high.
A leather bottle cover, open to the base and with iron prongs, 18th / 19th century
A Norwegian painted loving cup dated 1766
9.5cm diameter, 15cm high.
A polychrome pine dummy-board depicting Jeffry Hudson, 19th century
Dressed in cravat, coat and hat, leaning on his cane , h andwritten ...
A George III lignum vitae mortar and pestle, circa 1780
Together with another apothecary’s pestle, the mortar 8cm diameter , 12cm high. ...
A George III cedar tobacco jar, circa 1800
The lid with bulbous finial, 11cm diameter, 22cm high.
A carved panel or crest, initialled and dated WP 1536
44cm wide x 13cm high.
A pair of carved lion heads, 19th century
Together with a pair of carved baboon heads and seven baboon heads in cast iron, the lions ...
A parchemin type panel, enriched with grape clusters, 16th century
53cm x 27cm , together with a leafy tendril boss carving, 16th centur...
A large George III oak housekeeper’s cupboard, circa 1780
With original handles and H-hinges, the gothic fret frieze in mahogany above a pair...
An English stone sculpture of a lion and cub, late 19th century, probably North Country
61cm x 28cm.
A large Charles I oak box, c irca 1630
Boldly carved with strapwork, hinged lid and original moulded base, 62cm wide, 49cm deep, 23...
A lead figure of an eagle mounted on an oak stand carved AD 1475
Carved to the reverse ‘LEAD ST JOHN’S COLLEGE CAMBRIDGE, OAK FROM ST PAUL...
An English oak figure of a Saint, late 16th / early 17th century
Probably part of a Crucifixion scene, kneeling in adoration, 19cm wide, ...
A Charles II oak box
Circa 1660, boldly carved with punch decorated lunettes, the lid with central rosette within incised border, 47.5c...
After Frans Hals
Portrait of Catharina Hooft with her nurse
Oil on canvas
88.5cm x 67cm
The present painting is after the ...
Circle of John Riley
Portrait of a young gentleman, three-quarter-length, wearing armour, before a column
Oil on canvas
126cm x 102cm ...
A large cherrywood low table, probably Austrian, 18 th century
With frieze drawer and square legs joined by elm and pine stretchers, hei...
A large two door cupboard, c irca 1900
Painted to simulate marble, each door with four moulded panels and twin linenfold panels, 148cm ...
Two similar Dutch brass oval jardinieres, mid 19th century
Gadrooned and with lion mask handles, on paw feet, 28cm wide x 17cm deep and 2...
An English brass bowl, 18th century
With a George V penny affixed to the underside for stability, 37cm diameter, 10cm high.
A pair of brass wall sconces, probably Dutch, mid 19th century
Each 25cm wide x 19cm high . (2)
Various copper items, mostly 19th century, English and Dutch
Including bowls, dishes, spoon, jug and chandelier pole, also a brass-bound b...
A Heriz carpet, North West Persia, circa 1900
435 x 433 cm
NB Please note this lot is from 'Other Properties' and is not part of the W...
A Charles I door for a built-in wall cupboard, initialled and dated AEB 1643
Panelled and with a coat of arms in a cartouche to the centre...
A Charles II oak close stool, circa 1670
With hinged lid and foliate-filled lozenge decoration to front and sides, carved initials WB, 47cm ...
A George III oak and elm cricket table, c irca 1780
With circular top and triform base joined by square stretchers, 63cm diameter, ...
An unusual Charles II small oak table / cupboard, circa 1670
The square top above a cupboard door with deep raised panel and arcaded apron, on...
A section of lead piping, initialled and dated WS 1782, used as an umbrella stand
14cm diameter 45cm high, together with an 18th century ...
An oak alms box, late 16th / early 17th century
With strap hinges and three locks, the lid with coin slot, 23cm wide, 20cm deep, 19cm h...
Two pairs of English iron firedogs, late 17th / early 18th century
80cm high and 72cm high . (4)
A cast iron fireback, 16th century style, probably European
Depicting the Royal coat of arms and a rose, of arched shape, loss to lower e...
An interesting 18th century ebonised weight driven hook-and-spike alarm timepiece
Now contained in an 18th century longcase, the ogee moulded ...
An 18th century oak longcase clock by Wm Stokes
The rectangular ogee moulded cornice above a square glazed door with ring turned split baluste...
A pair of giltwood table lamps, 18th century
Each 32cm high , together with another two similar, adapted. (4)
A pair of polychrome painted and parcel gilt table lamps, 20th century
Each 62 cm high. (2)
A pair of large Italian green painted and parcel gilt table lamps, circa 1900
Each 82cm high (2)
A bronze mortar dated 1668, English
Probably by Anthony Bartlet of the Whitechapel Foundry, 16cm diam, 12cm high,
together with a...
A small bronze mortar with a band of shell and scroll decoration, English, 17th Century
13.5cm diameter, 11cm high.
A bronze two-handled mortar with initial triad RWM, English, 17th century
17.5cm diameter, 13cm high.
A small bronze mortar, Dutch, 17th Century
A George II oak hanging corner cupboard, possibly Welsh, circa 1740
Enclosed by a fielded panel door, fixed shelves within, 58cm wide, 30cm ...
A tall Charles I oak stool, circa 1640
The seat upholstered with a 17th century tapestry fragment, velvet edges and fringe, on slender ri...
A George III oak side table and a George III elm chair
Circa 1780, the table with paper label ‘JAMES MERYETT Antique and High Class Furniture...
Follower of Francesco Francia
The Holy family
Oil on panel
28.4cm x 25.5cm
A miniature Hanoverian Royal Coat of Arms
In use post-1714
Intricately carved in boxwood, sealed in a beech and parcel-gilt frame 14cm x...
A painted iron badge, 18th / 19th century
Depicting St George and the Dragon, four holes drilled to each side, 12cm wide, 15cm high.
A lead crucifix, 17th or 18th century
18cm wide, 32cm high , together with a figure of Christ with halo, 16th century, 10.5cm high (2...
A whalebone fid, early 19th century
A fid is a traditional maritime conical tool made of wood or bone to work with rope....