Sold for £3,000
Sir Kyffin Williams, 1918-2006

Pencil Sketch
21 x 29cm
Bought from Michael Webb Gallery, Anglesey in 2002
Sold for £2,700
A mahogany cased half section model of the SS Mervyn,
Built by W M Pickersgill & Sons Ltd, Sunderland for The Mervyn Steam shipping co. Ltd,, 1908, case size 175cm wide x 22.5cm deep x 47cm high
Sold for £2,450
Jack Jones
“A Welsh Street”

Depicting a Zoar Baptist chapel and figures on the pavement
Oil on board
Signed and dated ’68
Label verso
49 x 110cm
Sold for £2000
A pair of George II silkwork samplers decorated with flower heads and leaves
also depicting the Lords Prayer and religious text, one “Elizabeth Sutton 1742″, the other ‘Alice Sutton 1746”, 29 x 24cm
Sold for £2,000
A pair of 19th century Chinese Chippendale style silver tables
the rectangular top with a pierced raised gallery and frieze on triple cluster column legs and square feet united with a pierced wave stretchers, 82.5cm wide x 56cm deep x 77cm high
Sold for £2,000
A Royal Worcester porcelain charger
painted with apples, black grapes, cherries and strawberries to a naturalistic setting signed R Sebright, puce mark and date code for 1935, 30.2cm diameter
Sold for £1,700
A George III mahogany longcase cloc
k, the arched hood with open fret work cresting and brass globes with brass stop fluted columns above an arched long trunk door, box base and plinth, the 31cm brass dial with moonphase to the arch, applied gilt spandrels, applied silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, a separate seconds subsidiary dial and calendar dial inscribed “John Holmes, London”, the eight day movement striking on a bell, 235cm high
Sold for £1,450
A Nantgarw sauce tureen cover and stand, of circular form with delicate spindle handles and a pointed pineapple finial picked out in gold, painted with sprays of garden flowers within a dentil gilt border, the stand with a continuous band of flowers and raised flower heads, the stand impressed NANT-GARW C.W.16cm high
Sold for £1,400
An 18th century oak coffer bach
, the rectangular moulded top above a three panelled front and a base drawer on shaped bracket feet, 62.5cm wide x 33.5cm deep x 44cm high
Sold for £1,400
Kevin Sinnott
Cwmdu Isaf

Oil on Canvas
Bernard Jacobson Gallery Label verso dated 1989
234 x 176cm
Sold for £1,350
A Victorian walnut piano topped Davenport
, the rising top with a stationery compartment, to a hinged cover revealing a pull out leather lined writing surface a pen tray, an inkwell compartment and two drawers, with four drawers and opposing dummy drawers to the side on castors, 57.5cm wide x 56cm deep x 90cm high
Sold for £1,350
A set of fourteen Aelteste Volkstedter porcelain figures for a monkey band
including numbers V20213-V20220, V20222-V20226 and V20228 together with another continental monkey band member
Sold for £1,350
A silver bar recovered by divers from the wreck of the Dutch East Indiaman “Bredenhof”
approximately 1900 grams
Sold for £1,200
A late Victorian silver twin handled tray
with a gadroon and shell border, the plate engraved with flowers and leaves, London, 1900, Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, 74.5cm long x 47cm wide, approximately 132ozs
Sold for £1,150
A 19th century mahogany longcase clock
, the hood with a broken swan neck pediment and reeded pillars above a long trunk door, box base and bracket feet, the 35.5ccm dial with moonphase to the arch, with a silvered chapter ring, Roman numerals, seconds subsidiary dial inscribed W.Jones & Son, Old Colwyn. The three train movement striking on eight bells and a gong. 240cm high
Sold for £1,150
A lady’s Santos De Cartier 18ct gold and steel wristwatch, no.1567CC13220, the two piece screw down case with gold screwed bezel, the silvered dial with date aperture and blued steel hands, 25 jewel Cartier quartz movement, on a block link bracelet with fold over clasp, in a red Cartier box with paperwork
Sold for £1,100
A Japanese bronze life size model of a male tiger
, the well cast feline form shown casually walking with a partially snarling mouth revealing large teeth, bold stripes displayed upon the realistic figure with its relaxed tail slightly curling toward the front, 20th Century Length: 196cm long x 67.5cm high
Sold for £1,050
A late 19th century ivory figure group depicting bears and bear cubs
on a naturalistic carved ivory arch and on a carved base, 63cm long
Sold for £980
A 19th Century Chinese blue and white porcelain vase
of tall ovoid shape with two dragon fish handles, the body decorated with narrative scenes, depicting Xiao He on horseback pursuing Han Xin by moonlight, all beneath a band with Phoenix, and with lappets around the base, 42cm high x 12.5cm diameter at the top
Sold for £920
Kevin Sinnott
Fame Two

Oil on canvas
Bernard Jacobson label verso dated 1988
127cm x 204cm
Sold for £900
A pair of Chinese white metal vases
with gourd handles, the body decorated with birds of paradise, flowers, leaves and characters, on lions paw feet, seal marks to the base 22cm high, approximately 690 grams
Sold for £850
A terracotta bust of an Arabian figure
with a headdress marked Giesecke, 72cm high
Sold for £850
M E Gray

A Tibetan spaniel
Oil on canvas
45 x 55cm
Sold for £810
An 18ct yellow gold chain
, together with assorted 18ct yellow gold chains, pendants, earrings etc approximately 58 grams
Sold for £800
A Chinese white metal Sucrier and cover
with a wave rim, and floral finial, the wave ribbed body decorated with birds, leaves flowers and figures, with two dog of foo ring handles, seal marks to the base together with a pair of white metal tea cups and saucers, approximately 562 grams

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