Sold for £13,000
A remarkable Minton Majolica game tureen and cover, dated 1877, the base modelled as a decorative oval pâté mould in yellow, ochre and blue, resting on a fixed basketwork tray or stand with rope handles, the cover with the heads of two hares and two mallard ducks realistically coloured and symmetrically arranged on a cobalt glazed dome studded with yellow florets, 31.5cm high, 46.5cm wide, impressed MINTONS with date cipher, model number 1990 impressed
Sold for £7,500
An 18th century continental hardwood table cabinet, profusely inlaid with bone depicting flowers and leaves within borders of swags of flowers with metal carrying handles, the drop front similarly decorated in geometric patterns and flowers, 40cm wide x 30.5cm deep x 26cm high
Sold for £3,900
A gentleman’s 18ct yellow gold wristwatch, the yellow metal dial with batons, day and date marked “Rolex oyster quartz Day-Date, superlative chronometer” marked to the reverse 19018, 6405298 (no box or paperwork)
sold for £3,750
Distinguished Flying Cross to Flying officer Frank E. Wilding, D.F.C, engraved 1944, together with the 1939-45 Star, The Burma Star, The Defence Medal, The War Medal, (missing the Air Crew Europe Star), with associated miniatures, The Royal Air Force Pilot’s flying Log Book, newspaper cuttings and photograph album titled “Round the world, by kind persuasion of the RAF”, with photographs of those attached to the 136 Squadron and the aeroplanes and destinations. Provenance: by descent from the family
Sold for £3,200
Henry Gritten (1818-1873)
A Landscape scene with cattle watering

Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 1868
40 x 60cm
Sold for £3,100
A Wedgwood fairyland lustre trumpet vase designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, decorated in the Candlemas pattern, against a blue ground, the interior decorated with flower heads and leaves, the exterior decorated with panels of figures and candles within a pale green ground with all over gilt and painted decoration, the base with printed mark and painted Z5157, 21.5cm high
Sold for £2,000
A gentleman’s stainless steel Rolex wristwatch, the blue dial with batons and date aperture marked “Rolex oyster perpetual Datejust, superlative chronometer officially certified” on a Rolex stainless steel strap, inscribed between the lugs “Orig. Rolex design 16234”, “stainless steel Y486822” in original box with paperwork
Sold for £1,650
Alan Reynolds
Pastoral, 1952

Signed and dated
The Redferm Gallery label verso
27 x 36.5cm
Sold for £1,370
The 1985 United Kingdom Gold Proof Set, No.02793, comprising gold five pound coin, gold two pound coin, gold sovereign and gold half sovereign, in original case and sleeve with certificate
Sold for £1,350
An ebonised concertina with metal pierced ends and thirty eight buttons
Sold for £1,350
A set of four World War I medals including a British War Medal and Victory Medal, issued to 6599 Cpl. G. Mills, Hamps. R. 1914 Star issued to 6599 Pte. G. Mills I/ Hamps. R and a George V Medal for Bravery in the Field issued to 6559 Cpl. G Mills. I/Hants. R. and memorial certificates
Sold for £1,350
An 18ct yellow gold keyless wound half hunter pocket watch, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and seconds subsidiary dial inscribed “J. Arnold Lake, London, 278”, initialled to the reverse
Sold for £1,200
A Meissen porcelain figure group, modelled as an elegant lady seated in an armchair, a book in her right hand, a spinning wheel on the table beside her, raised on a scroll moulded base, crossed swords in underglaze blue to base, 16cm high
Sold for £1,100
A yellow metal Hunter pocket watch, the case engraved with stars and scrolls, the case marked “LB, 18K”, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and a seconds subsidiary dial inscribed “James Stoddart, London, 47701”, the dust cover and back plate similarly marked
Sold for £,1050
A Baume & Mercier gentleman’s 18ct white gold wristwatch, No.3280523, the twin rectangular screw down case with polished side, the black dial and up-down power reserve indicator, on a faux crocodile strap with a Baume & Mercier 18ct white gold buckle, with a Baume & Mercier fitted box and 2003 Mappin and Webb invoice.
Sold for £1,050
A shell cameo ring
depicting a classical male portrait in profile in a yellow metal rubbed over setting and shank
Sold for £1,000
A Royal Worcester vase by Charley Baldwyn
, dated 1902, of inverted pear shape with scroll handles hung with garlands coloured in coral, bronze and gold, painted with four swans in flight emerging from foliage in raised gold, set against a matt pale-blue ground, signed C H C Baldwyn, the reverse painted with a swallow in flight highlighted in gold, 20cm high, puce mark, shape number 1937, RD No.298665 (lacking cover)
Sold for £1,000
An ivory and white metal ring
together with a large collection of dress rings
Sold for £950
A set of Ivory mounted Highland bagpipes
, with a tartan bag, the end piece in silver inscribed “J & R Glen, Edinburgh” hallmarked for Edinburgh, 1936, in a painted pine box, inscribed 21060038, budding D.J. L/Cpl, RE
Sold for £920
A Cairo ware brass bowl
of squat form with panelled decoration of scrolls and lines, 36cm diameter, together with a pair of scissors
Sold for £900
After Clodion: A Bronze Classical Family Group
, of a young man wearing fur wrap and semi-nude woman with two infants, one playing the tambourine, on a rustic oval base, bearing signature, 46cm high
Sold for £900
A set of four Victorian medals
including Crimea medal with Sebastopol bar issued to W. Thomas, Gr.RL. horse art, Turkish La Crimea 1855 medal not inscribed, India mutiny 1857-1858 medal issued to Gunner Wm Thomas, F Tp, R H Arty and a Long Service and Good Conduct Medal issued to Sergt W Thomas B BDE RHA, together with a postcard photograph of the family including him wearing the medals, a watercolour of W Thomas on horseback dated 1854 and other ephemera
Sold for £900
A Wedgwood porcelain lustre vase
designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones, of ovoid form decorated in the “Argus Pheasant” pattern, printed mark and painted Z5486, 26.5cm high
Sold for £850
A turquoise and seed pearl brooch
together with a large collection of earrings and brooches etc
Sold for £820
A Credit Suisse 1 oz platinum bars
, 999.0, 32.5 grams

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