Sold for £8,000
Jean-Jacques Feuchère 1807 – 1852
Satan, L’ange Dechu

Signed and dated: Feuchere 1833
Bronze, dark brown patina
34.5cm high
Sold for £1,550
A large Chinese celadon vase
with raised floral decoration in pinks, blues and greens, six character Qianlong mark to the base 39.5cm high
Sold for £1,450
A large quantity of military cap and uniform badges contained in four glazed cabinets and some mounted on cards in excess of 200 including The Queens Royal Lancers, XII Royal Lancers, Border Cumberland & Westmorland Regiment, Royal Devon Yeomanry Artillery, 14th Kings Hussars, The Queens Lancers, 1st Battalion Blackpool Volunteers etc together with a walking stick, horns, telescopes etc
Sold for £1,350
A Patek Philippe Geneve Ellipse Gentleman’s wristwatch
oval blue dial with applied baton indexes manual winding, to a brown leather strap
Sold for £1,000
A Swansea porcelain dished plate
decorated in the Lysaght pattern, painted with a basket of flowers on a pedestal, the royal blue border with gilt highlights, 20.3cm diameter, Sidney Heath collection label
Sold for £880
An 18ct yellow gold open faced pocket watch
the circular enamel dial with Roman numerals and a seconds subsidiary dial, together with an 18k yellow metal fob watch, with Roman numerals
Sold for £820
A three stone diamond ring
, the central round brilliant cut diamond approximately 0.5 of a carat the two diamonds either side each approximately 0.25 of a carat to a white metal claw setting and yellow metal shank marked 18ct & Plat
Sold for £800
A 19th century gilt metal and champleve enamel decorated mantle clock
, with a vase finial and dome , the four corners mounted with vases, the body of the clock with enamel decoration of leaves in blues and reds, the stepped gilt base on flattened bun feet, the gilt dial with Roman numerals, the movement stamped Vincenti & Cie Medaille d’argent 1855, striking on a gong, 33cm high
Sold for £800
A dress sword
, the ivory grip inset with a gilt metal plaque, the pommel and guard with a lion head terminal, the curved scabbard decorated with leaves and flowers, overall length 102cm
Sold for £720
A pair of continental kingwood bombe commodes
, the serpentine shaped marble top above two drawers on splayed bracket feet with gilt metal mounts, 104cm wide x 51cm deep x 85cm high
Sold for £680
18th century British School
Head and shoulders portrait of a gentleman in a blue coat

Oil on canvas
75 x 62cm
Sold for £650
A pair of Japanese shibayama ivory tusks
early 20th century each decorated in mother of pearl with trailing flowers, branches, birds and insects both set on hardwood stands 44cm high (the tusks measuring 20cm)
Sold for £620
A pair of Chinese porcelain baluster vases and covers
with polychrome decoration of butterflies and phoenix to a blue and turquoise ground, 47cm high
Sold for £600
A 9ct yellow gold charm bracelet set with numerous charms
including acorn, car, book, camera, miners lamp etc, approximately 67 grams
Sold for £580
A collection of 9ct gold rings
, diamond and semi precious stone set, 9ct gold earrings and a 9ct gold bar brooch set with a ruby and pearls totalling approximately 66 grams
Sold for £550
Assorted autographed letters and correspondence
including Richard Cobden, Elizabeth Fry, W.M. Rossetti, Viscount Melbourne, John Bright, Florence Nightingale, W Gladston and Caroline Norton
Sold for £550
An Edwardian rosewood Carlton house desk
, the superstructure with a spindle gallery, hinged stationery compartment, one drawer, dummy drawers, the base with a leather inset writing surface above five drawers on square tapering legs, 107cm wide x 58cm deep x 98cm high
Sold for £550
William Raymond Dommersen
Dutch Street Scene

Oil on canvas
Signed
44 x 34cm
Sold for £550
A Nantgarw porcelain plate decorated with birds and sprays of garden flowers
to a moulded and gilt highlighted rim, impressed mark NANT-GARW C W, 21.5cm diameter
Sold for £550
A Nantgarw porcelain plate decorated with birds and sprays of garden flowers
to a moulded and gilt highlighted rim, impressed mark NANT-GARW C W, 21.5cm diameter
Sold for £550
A George V silver three piece teaset
, with a beaded rim, together with a matching twin handled silver tray, Birmingham, 1932 and a silver spoon, approximately 2064 grams
Sold for £550
A collection of letters and correspondence relating to World War I
relating to The American Red Cross Commission to Palestine, Jerusalem Hotel Menus dated 26-11-1918, letters from Richard Haskew, and other letters
Sold for £540
A 9ct yellow gold bracelet
with padlock clasp and medallion approximately 68 grams
Sold for £520
A seed pearl and diamond pendant
on a black onyx and yellow metal mount on a white metal chain together with a cameo brooch a paste set brooch and two pairs of earrings
Sold for £470
A 17th century & later yew chest
, the rectangular moulded and planked top above two short and three long graduated geometric fronted drawers on later oak base, 97cm wide x 56cm deep x 92cm high

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