Sold for £3,200
James Harris
Swansea Bay, ships at sea

Oil on canvas
29 x 54cm
Sold for £2,800
A Gentleman’s International Watch Co. Ingenieur wristwatch, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals and batons and date aperture at 3, on a steel strap, 37mm diameter, together with a Tavannes wristwatch
Sold for £2,500
A Wedgwood Travel part dinner set, designed by Eric Ravilious, depicting Hot air balloon, biplane, sail boat, steam boat, steam train, car etc comprising three graduated meat plates, two tureens and covers, gravy boat and two saucers, six dinner plates 25cm diameter, twelve plates 23cm diameter, six soup bowls 23cm diameter, five pudding bowls 20.5cm diameter, six side plates 17.5cm diameter and a single 15.5cm diameter plate
Sold for £2,300
A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the emerald cut sapphire approximately 11mm x 8mm, surrounded by twelve round brilliant cut diamonds each approximately 0.15 of a carat to a platinum setting and shank, size L 1/2, approximately 6 grams
Sold for £2,200
A one day marine Chronometer by John Carter, Cornhill, London, No.210, with a silvered dial, Roman numerals and a seconds subsidiary dial, approximately 10cm diameter, mounted in brass gimbals and a three section mahogany box with brass corners and carrying handles. 15.8cm wide x 15.5cm deep x 16.5cm high
Sold for £2,100
A large Victorian silver lidded jug, the domed top with gladiator head terminal, flowerheads and anthemions, the tapering body decorated with Grecian figures, the base decorated with flowers, leaves and waves, the handle profusely decorated with leaves and fruit, the underside of the base inscribed “A momento made of silver from the Orcelitana lead works, porman, Carthagena, Spain. Presented to J Chives of Kidwelly by his friend S.H. Fraser of Newcastle upon tyne, 14th Feb. 1869”, by Frederick Elkington, Birmingham, 1869, approximately 1850 grams, 33.5cm high
Sold for £2,100
A late Victorian silver twin handled punch bowl, with a band of cornucopia and masks with leaves and flowers on a spreading foot, Birmingham, 1899, Elkington & Co., 29.5cm diameter, approximately 2730 grams
Sold for £2,000
A yellow metal charm bracelet, with oval twisted links set with numerous yellow metal charms including a sled, chapel, poodle, crib, dragon, 1892 gold 1/2 sovereign, sewing bag etc, some hallmarked for 9ct, others unmarked, overall approximately 131 grams
Sold for £1,950
A sapphire and diamond crescent and star brooch, the centre of the star set with a round sapphire, the points set with diamonds, the crescent set with graduating sapphires and diamonds to a white metal setting and yellow metal back, approximately 8.6 grams, 26mm wide x 23mm high
Sold for £1,700
A Victorian silver claret jug, after Cellini, all over decoration of masks and rams, the scrolling handle with the head of Minerva, on a spreading foot, Sheffield, 1871, James Dixon & Son, approximately 823 grams. 30cm high
Sold for £1,400
A Bank of England white Fifty Pounds note, Kenneth Oswald Peppiatt, Liverpool, dated 29th January 1936, series 85X 29911
Sold for £1,350
A Victorian rosewood bookcase, with a three quarter gilt decorated gallery above three shelves on a moulded base and reeded flattened bun feet, 304cm long x 99cm high x 36cm deep
Sold for £1,350
An Emerald and diamond ring, the central square cut emerald approximately 9mm x 9mm estimated at 4cts, surrounded by round old brilliant cut diamonds to a white metal setting and shank, size P, overall approximately 7.5 grams
Sold for £1,200
A Jaguar X-Type 3.0 V6 SE Automatic four door saloon in gold, first registered on 08-09-2006, 40,672 miles, Mot until 02-08-21, two keys and V5 present
Sold for £1,200
Railwayana – A brass signal lever plate, “14 – North Quay up Main Home – 61 – OR – 61, 50, 49 48”, traces of red pain to the reverse, stamped No.10 to the reverse, approximately 23.5cm long
Sold for £1,200
A solitaire diamond ring, the round brilliant cut diamond approximately 1.25cts with diamond set shoulders, to a white metal setting and shank, size I, approximately 2.5 grams
Sold for £1,200
A 9ct yellow gold bracelet, with an interwoven crossover strap, 17.5cm long x 2.5cm wide, approximately 64.5 grams
Sold for £1,100
A set of six Elizabeth II Irish silver goblets, with a flared rim and tapering body on an inverted baluster column and spreading foot, Dublin 1974, Royal Irish Silver Company, 16.5cm high approximately 2270 grams
Sold for £1,100
A Bank of England white Ten Pounds note, Basil Gage Catterns, Birmingham dated 11th October 1929, series 119V 11938
Sold for £1,050
Josef Lorenzl
A Spanish dancer

Bronze on an onyz base,
Signed to the base of the figure
30.5cm high overall
Sold for £1,050
A Gentleman’s Omega Constellation Chronometer automatic wristwatch, the gilt dial with diamond markers and date aperture at 3 O’Clock, the bezel with Roman numerals, on a stainless steel and yellow metal strap, back plate numbered 80250710, the strap marked 1551/861, approximately 105 grams, 35mm diameter not including crown, with box and papers
Sold for £1,000
A Bank of England white Ten Pounds note, Basil Gage Catterns, Liverpool, dated 27th October 1930, series 129V 12115
Sold for £1,000
A Bank of England white Ten Pounds note, Cyril Patrick Mahon, Birmingham dated 24th December 1926, series 105V 78148, Possibly a German Bernhard forgery
Sold for £1,000
A mid size stainless steel Rolex Oyster Speedking precision wristwatch, the silvered dial with batons on a stainless steel bracelet strap, Inscribed between the lugs, No.647986, ref 6420, strap marked No.78350, 30mm diameter not including crown
Sold for £920
A Nantgarw cruciform bowl, painted with a central bouquet of garden flowers, the heavy gilt rim, surrounding a border of baskets of flowers and sprigs of flowers within gilt scrolling panels, impressed NANT-GARW CW 23cm diameter, Iorwerth J Walters collection label and D.M. & P Manheim label