Sold for £4,200
A gentleman’s Rolex Submariner bracelet watch
, with a circular black dial, luminous hour markers and silver/luminous hands and seconds sweep, the dial inscribed “Rolex Oyster Perpetual 100m=330ft Submariner Swiss T 25” to a stainless steel case (bezel missing) to an oyster link style bracelet. Model number 6536-1, case reference 306396. at Anthemion Auctions
Sold for £3,000
John Elwyn
In the Hills

Oil on canvas
Signed and inscribed verso
75 x 75 cm
Sold for £2,400
A pair of long sea service flintlock pistols with tapering barrel
, border-engraved lock with “Tower” and “GR” crowned, rounded pan, full stock, brass mounts, steel belt hook on one, and brass-tipped ramrod, 49 cm overall
Sold for £2,200
A slipware bowl with a mustard yellow glaze and line decoration
, moulded with initials to the centre, 34cm diameter together with another slip ware bowl of rectangular form
Sold for £1,900
A 9ct yellow and white gold chess set of conventional form, with a green and white marble board, cased, approximately 261 grams
Sold for £1,500
A Swarovski crystal figure group titled “The Wild Horses”
limited edition no. 05942/10000, in original fitted box with plinth, framed and glazed certificate, gloves, polishing cloth etc
Sold for £1,300
A 20th century walnut pedestal desk, the rectangular leather inset top above three drawers to the apron, each pedestal with two drawers on hairy lions paw feet, 183 cm long by 107 cm deep
Sold for £1,250
Delanigne – A Statue in marble of Cupid with his hands tied behind his back In Roman mythology his mother, Venus, as a last resort, ties his hands and confiscates his bow to stop him causing so much trouble amongst the mortals down on earth. French, Signed Delanigne, 74 cm high
Sold for £1,250
A Victorian tripod table, profusely inlaid with roundels, crosses and emblems, the pointed arched decorated column with a snap action on a trefoil base and three pad feet, 53 cm diameter
Sold for £1,200
A 17th century style oak refectory table
, the planked moulded rectangular top above a carved frieze on cup and cover legs united by a flat stretcher, 245cm long, 91 cm wide
Sold for £1,150
A continental marble topped commode
, the shaped variegated marble top above a shallow drawer and two long drawers with gilt metal mounts on fluted tapering legs and leaf decorated feet, 125cm wide by 45cm deep
Sold for £1,100
A Malay Kriss with a hardwood and cord coated grip
, and an engraved waved blade in a scabbard, 67 cm long
Sold for £1,100
A Chinese polychrome decorated sectional dish
profusely decorated with flower heads and leaves, cased, 40cm diameter
Sold for £980
An Islamic rug
, the centre decorated with a temple with borders of crescents and stars, with numerous stylised floral borders and guard strips, 220 cm wide by 440 cm
Sold for £950
An 18th century South Wales oak dresser
, the open rack with a moulded cornice above three shelves, the base with a rectangular planked top, an arrangement of six drawers and a pot board on ring turned columns and turned feet, 139cm wide by 213 cm high by 37 cm deep
Sold for £900
A Meissen cabaret set
comprising; coffee pot, creamer and sucriere, the lids with rose bud finials, a pair of cups and saucers and a shaped oval tray, painted with shipping scenes in gilt vignettes with oriental style figures, underglazed crossed swords with cancellation mark and over glaze gilt B
Sold for £900
A Georg Jensen white metal flatware service
with pineapple finials comprising six table knives, six table forks, six dessert spoons, six dessert forks and six soup spoons, marked “Georg Jensen, Sterling, Denmark” approximately 1189 grams
Sold for £750
An Art Deco style desk lighter in the form of a Magic MG Midget
, marked to the underside Enturn Pewter PAT No 373219, Made in England, 20 cm long
Sold for £800
A 19th century French gilt metal and porcelain clock garniture
, the clock of drum shape supported by Caryatid figures on a plinth base, the porcelain dial with Roman numerals and flowers, the clock and candelabra inset with porcelain panels depicting figures and flowers, the clock and candelabra inset with porcelain panels depicting figures and flowers, the movement marked ” A Carlhian and Beaumetz A Paris No.4434 “Japy Freres & Cie…” striking on a bell. Clock 41.5cm high, candelabra, 43cm high
Sold for £800
A diamond set dress ring of marquise shape
, comprising fifteen old cut diamonds grain set, on a yellow metal setting marked 18ct
Sold for £780
A 19th century mahogany secretaire bookcase
, the pierced cresting rail above a stop fluted frieze and a pair of astragal glazed doors, the base with a rectangular top above a secretaire drawer enclosing a fitted interior of pigeon holes and drawers with lion mask ring handles, a pair of cupboard doors on bracket feet, 125cm wide by 60 cm deep by 262 cm high
Sold for £780
A Royal Crown Derby 1128 pattern part dinner and tea set
comprising nine saucers, eight tea cups, nine tea plates, nine soup bowls, nine dessert plates, nine dinner plates, an oval meat plate, twin handled pedestal tazza, a large fruit bowl and two gravy boats
Sold for £750
A French kingwood floral marquetry and gilt metal mounted jardiniere table
, having a metal liner with a twin handled cross banded and oval inlaid cover, the sides profusely decorated on gilt metal mounted cabriole legs and sabot feet, 69 cm wide by 42 cm deep by 77 cm high
Sold for £750
A collection of fishing rods
including a Bruce Walker 7 – 9 new Era, three J S Sharpe Ltd Scottie, A Cambrian Fly Fishers of Wales, a Farlows Holdfast, The Hardy Wanless Palakona, and three others.
Sold for £750
A set of seven Royal Doulton figures
including King Henry VIII HN3458, No.993/9500, Catherine of Aragon HN3233 No.760/9500, Anne Boleyn HN3232 No.4220/ 9500, Jane Seymour HN3349, No. 3076/ 9500 Anne of Cleves, HN3356 No.3140/9500, Catherine Howard HN3449 No. 3096/9500, and Catherine Parr HN3450, No 2970/9500 and another Royal Doulton figure Lady Jane Grey HN3680, No. 2349/5000

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