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A Walther & Sohne 'mermaid' comport, the satin blue glass bowl with fish detail on a mermaid form pedestal, 25cm dimaeter, 27cm high together with a Walther & Sohne candlestick in the form of a dancing girl, 21cm high, and a similar green glass jug, 18cm high (3)Condition report: No chips or cracks
An early 20th century Kralik Martele vases, the three applied trails, 14cm high, a similar example with applied trails, 14cm high, a squat example with iridescent ground, 11cm high, a Kralik Whiplash trailed handled bowl, lacking cover, 14.5cm high, a glass jug with white metal mount and applied for drop trails, 11.5cm high, and a thorn vase, 20cm high (6)Condition report: Martele- Minor losses to a base of trailsReel trailed vase- Loss of trailing with repairSquat vase- Losses to trailingJug- Handle re-solderedThorn vase- Chips to protruding sections and rim
An early 20th century silver topped malacca walking cane, 86cm long, together with a cut glass water jug, fruit bowl and three decantersCondition report: Walking stick with hallmarks and lacks tipWater jug and fruit bowl in very good conditionChip to rim of one decanter and associated stopper to one decanter
A collection of glass items, to include a Baccarat Mitsouko Guerlain scent bottle, 12cm high, a Mdina sleeve vase, 20cm high, silver topped facet cut scent bottle, 6.5cm high, an Orrefors pillow form vase, 16.5cm wide, a Walther and Sohne figural lamp base, holes not drilled, 20cm high, a Pifco owl night light, 14.5cm high, a Stromberg vase, engraved with stylised fish, 16cm high, a pair of Victorian uranium wine glass, 13cm high, a Bohemian glass atomiser, lacking fitting, 9cm high, a Murano style centre piece, 24cm, and three pieces of Davidson Primrose pearlineCondition report: Baccarat- Niblles and chips to top of stopper and base of peg, Nibbles to bottom edge and water marks internallySilver scent bottle- Dent to screw top lidWalther & Sohne- Flat chip to underside of footrimPifco- Components all present but lacking power cellStrombery- Water marked, chip to edge of baseUranium glass- Scratched to bowls, one with flat chip to facet and nibbles to base of stemAtomiser- Nibbles to cutting and edge of baseDavidson bowl- Some excess glass to base due to manufacture
A large Edwardian crystal glass and silver mounted inkwell, the heavy body with hobnail cut base and internal ink liner, the silver domed lid inscribed 'Royal Military Tournament 1902 Officers Competitions Sword V Lance Mounted 3rd Prize won by Lieut C.T. Ralph R.F.A.' by John Grinsell & Sons, London 1901, 12.2.cm high, a Queen Victoria South Africa 1900 Christmas Tin, mounted to a hard wood base with four applied inscribed plaques reading 'Presented by Her Majesty the Queen to Major A Dodd Royal Army Medical Corps Natal March 21st 1900', 'Bloemfontein taken March 13th 1900', 'Transvaal Annexation Proclamation September 1st 1900' and 'Pretoria taken June 5th 1900', 20cm wide, a footed silver octagonal bowl by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1915, 12.5cm wide, approximately 4.8ozt and a silver plated wine bottle holder with pierced quatrefoil decoration and cast handles, 18cm high (4)Condition report: Chip to corner underside of inkwell base, lid detached, inscription worn Christmas Tin worn, dented and losses to printing. Tarnishing and surface marks to base and plaquesBowl rim slightly misshapenSilver plating loss to silver plated holder
Pair of Antique German Renaissance Silver & Cut Glass Sweetment Dolphin Bowl. Turn of the century 800 Silver and cut glass dolphin with upturn, silver mounted scrolled tail. Support in form of trident wielding cherub astride another dolphin. Raised and scalloped foot on four squashed ball supports. Marked and numbered. 9 x 6 3/4 in. Please note that all sales are final. No refunds will be given under any circumstances.
A 19th century Bohemian glass armorial pedestal goblet and cover, the fluted tapering bowl boldly etched and engraved with the coat of arms of Archduke Otto of Austria (1865-1906) on a ground of dense leafy scrolls, the rim with lappets, cut and faceted stem, the cover and circular foot picked out in grey-black wash, 38.5cm high, c. 1886
A 19th century Bohemian Named-View ruby and clear glass tapering octagonal goblet, Badehaus, the sides with flowering foliage, octagonal foot outlined with ruby bands, 14cm high, c. 1870; another similar, circular bowl, various topographical views, 12.5cm high, c. 1870; a pair of 19th century ruby glass octagonal tumblers, with Canadian named-views, 9cm high; a low-tumbler, Main am Rhein, 7.1cm high, c. 1870, 
An early 19th century glass rummer, monogrammed cylinder bowl etched and engraved with foliage, 13cm high, c. 1830; an early 19th century glass, ogee-shaped bowl, baluster girdle stem, circular foot, pontil, 10.5cm high; a Victorian Nailsea glass novelty pipe, of small proportions, opaque pink wavy bowl, opaque white inclusions, 27cm long, 
Ireland and the Williamite War - Battle of the Boyne, an Irish commemorative wine glass, The Glorious Memory of King William/No Surrender, Boyne 1st July 1690, T.C./S.C., the inscribed trumpet-shaped bowl etched and engraved with an equestrian portrait of William III, girdle-capped stem, domed circular foot, pontil mark, 16cm high, dated 1690 It is thought that this glass marks the bicentenary of the Battle of the Boyne, and was engraved by Franz Tieze (1842-1932). He was a Bohemian-born engraver who worked in the flint glass factory of the Pugh Brothers in Dublin from 1865 to 1910, although he also engraved 18th century wine glasses.
Early 20th century circular fitted bowl with repousse decoration of swags and birds, gadrooned border, on spade feet, London 1909, makers JVC, 8oz, a mid 20th century silver two-handled trophy cup mounted on black stepped base, engraved 'Petre Cup 1950 Miss Anne Kemp', a trefoil silver-mounted trinket box on ball feet with engraved detail to the lid, a silver engraved mount (damaged) and a silver-coloured shot glass with enamel shield (5)
A Kralik 'Nautilus' glass bowl,early 20th century, with applied blue iridescent trails,23cm diameter, together with a similar bowl,of quatrefoil form, with applied prunts, anda collection of iridescent rose bowls, comprising various moulded examples each with metal fittings (8)Condition report: Largest mounted bowl - chipped to the rim - others with wear and minor scratches.
A collection of Liberty Tudric pewter wares,designed by Archibald Knox, comprising:a pewter pierced bowl on stand, numbered '0276' and marked 'Tudric', with a later glass insert, 13.3cm high,a candlestick, with a pierced stand, and loose sconce, stamped 'Tudric' and '022',12.7cm high,a mug sleeve, stamped '0534', 8cm high, anda vase sleeve,12cm high (4)Condition report: Candlestick - misshapenVase sleeve - unmarkedMug - wear to finishStand - fair overall - crackled glass sleeve chipped
A Lalique 'Nemours' black glass bowl,modern, moulded with a flower head pattern with white enamelled tips, signed 'Lalique France', labelled,25.3cm diameterCondition report: Minor scuff to the underside near engraved signature. Minor scuffs to the inside - appears to be free of chips, cracks or other damage.
A Kralik 'Martelé' glass vase,early 20th century, with applied fruit decoration,10.5cm high, a cream jug with 'Nautilus' applied trails,10cm high, a matched sugar bowl, anda squat vase with applied amethyst trails,13.5cm diameter (4)Condition report: All appear fair - some tarnishing to the mounts.
London imported hallmarked silver glass lined sweetmeats bowl, the silver body raised on four clawed supports, pierced and decorated with birds, flora and vines, London 1906 hallmark, imported by Samuel Boyce Landeck, 164g. P&P Group 1 (£14+VAT for the first lot and £1+VAT for subsequent lots)
A pair of medals, awarded to H B Jacks, comprising an OBE and a Legion of honour, framed with a monochrome photograph, and with compliments note from The Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1921, the certificate for the Legion of Honour, April 1919 (Section Director High Speed Cool Steel & Alloys Department), a letter from Winston Churchill, 10th January 1919 addressed to Mr Jacks, framed with a silver medallion The Birmingham Metallurgical Society President 1923-24 H B Jacks, OBE, another monochrome photograph, boxes for the medals, and a cut glass bowl, inscribed 1924 Woodlands Bowl Winner H B Jacks