Sold for £3,800
A collection of nine 18th and 19th century oval portrait miniatures
, painted onto ivory and enamel, including Mrs Goddard (sister to Joseph Gulston, Mrs Tracey, Mrs Colmore (Wife of Charles Colmore and daughter of Joseph Gulston), Joseph Gulston (as a boy), Mrs Petit, The King of Sweden, Charles Colmore etc, the enamel miniatures are attributed to Christian Friederich Zincke, some of the other miniatures look to be the work of Gervase Spencer (1715-1763)***Sold on the instructions of the executors of the late Mrs G.J. Stepney-Gulston***The Stepney-Gulston family resided at Derwydd Mansion, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire
Sold for £3,500
Michael Parkes

Lost wax bronze sculpture, No.18/60
Artworks Foundry, Berkeley, CA, 2011
70cm x 52cm x 25.5cm
With certificate
Retailed by Swan King International
Purchased for $6,900
Sold for £3,200
A gentleman’s Universal Geneve Aero-Compax chronograph wristwatch, The silvered dial with four additional dials, for “Momento”, 30 minutes, 12 hours and seconds, the hands and numerals with luminous properties, The movement numbered 237076, 287, the interior of the case marked Enversteel, Swiss, 1068788, 22546, approximately 37mm diameter not including crown x 12mm deep including glass
Sold for £2,200
18th Century Continental School
Venus and Adonis

With Adonis holding the leads of two greyhounds, the sky filled with cupids, white doves in the foreground
Oil on canvas
113cm x 173cm long
Sold for £1,650
A ruby and diamond brooch
, of horseshoe shape set with seventeen rubies and twenty three old round cut diamonds to a white metal setting and yellow metal basket setting, 32mm x 28mm, overall approximately 10 grams
Sold for £1,500
Will Roberts
St. David’s Cathedral

Initialled, inscribed and dated 1983 verso
Oil on canvas
49.5 x 59cm
Attic Gallery and Fountain Fine Art labels verso
Sold for £1,250
An 18ct yellow gold double Albert watch chain
, with T bar and lobster clasp, each oval link hallmarked, 36cm long, approximately 53.5grams
Sold for £1,150
Ernest Zobole
Interior scene

Signed on the reverse
28.5 x 39cm
Sold for £1,150
A South African gold Krugerrand
, dated 1975, in a 9ct yellow gold slip mount on a 9ct gold bar suspension, approximately 43 grams
Sold for £1,100
A Queen Anne walnut and cross banded chest
, the rectangular moulded top, quarter veneered above two short and three long drawers on bracket feet, 96cm wide x 54cm deep x 86cm high
Sold for £800
A diamond cluster ring
, the central round brilliant cut pink diamond illusion set, approximately 0.20cts surrounded by six round brilliant cut diamonds each approximately 0.10cts, to a white metal claw setting and yellow metal shank marked 18ct
Sold for £750
An oak cased gramophone
, the case carved with flowerheads and leaves, bears a label for “The Gramophone & Typewriter Ltd” with an exhibition reproducer and a black and gilt decorated horn
Sold for £750
A George I walnut chest
, the rectangular top with herringbone banding above two short and three long drawers on ogee bracket feet, 102cm wide x 57cm deep x 91cm high
Sold for £720
A Citrine set necklace
, set with eight oval faceted citrines to a yellow metal setting and chain marked 9ct, together with a garnet set necklace
Sold for £700
A 9ct yellow and rose gold fringe necklace
, with stepped square and rectangular links, 41cm long, approximately 59 grams
Sold for £950
A 9ct yellow gold charm bracelet
, set with numerous charms including a pub, slippers, 13, crown, horseshoe, Victorian sovereign, bible, kettle etc, not all hallmarked, overall 72 grams
Sold for £620
An 18ct yellow gold fob watch
, the gilt dial with Roman numerals, the centre decorated with flowers and leaves, together with a yellow metal open faced pocket watch marked 14k, a silver open faced pocket watch, a continental white metal open faced pocket watch and a Waterbury fob watch
Sold for £530
A Moorcroft vase, decorated in the “Little shop” pattern
, limited edition no. 104/150, painted and impressed marks signed Paul Hilditch, 30cm high
Sold for £520
An aquamarine and diamond ring
, the central cushion shaped aquamarine approximately 11 x 9mm, flanked by two pairs of round brilliant cut diamonds to a white metal setting and shank marked 18k, size K
Sold for £510
A pair of diamond cluster earrings
, set with a central old round cut diamond approximately 0.25 of a carat, surrounded by ten irregular old cut diamonds to a white metal setting and post, overall approximately 5 grams
Sold for £500
A George V silver Mappin and Webb cased silver flatware service
comprising six table forks, six soup spoons, six dessert forks, six dessert spoons, three table spoons, two ladles, and six tea spoons, approximately 2000 grams, with ivorex handled knives in an oak case, Sheffield, 1928
Sold for £480
A 9ct yellow gold necklace
with flattened oval links, together with three other 9ct yellow gold necklaces, approximately 40.5 grams
Sold for £470
A Gentleman’s Tudor (Rolex) Oyster stainless steel wristwatch
, the matte silvered dial with baton numerals, and a rose at 12 o’clock, centre sweep seconds, polished bezel manual wind movement, numbered between the lugs 7934 and 324416, the back plate inscribed “Original oyster case by Rolex Geneva” on a black leather Rolex strap, 33mm diameter case
Sold for £465
A Victorian gold sovereign
, dated 1898, Sydney mint mark, in a 9ct yellow gold mount, on a yellow metal chain, approximately 29 grams
Sold for £460
An amethyst and diamond ring
, the central emerald cut amethyst measuring 10mm x 8mm surrounded by twelve rose cut diamonds to a white metal setting and shank, marked 18ct Plat, approximate size J 1/2, overall approximately 6 grams

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