Sold for £7,800
A 20th century bronze model of a stag
, with head raised roaring with foot raised on an oval base, larger than life size, 233cm high x 135cm wide
Sold for £5,300
Donald McIntyre
Incoming tide

Oil on paper
52 x 77.5cm
Sold for £2,300
A Selmer saxophone
serial #M96159, marked to bell “Brevete France & Etranger / Henri Selmer Paris / Fabrique en France / par H. Selmer & Cie / Place Dancourt, Paris / Selmer / New York. Elkhart / London / Made in France”, the bell engraved with stylized foliate decoration, and the original hard sided vinyl-covered case labeled “Selmer”
Sold for £1,750
A pair of World War II 8 x 60 U Boat binoculars
, the bakelite cover marked Benutzer. the shoulder marked “8 x 60 2111154 blc”
Sold for £1,650
A case of Bollinger champagne
Brut vintage 1975 in original box with paper covers (12)
Sold for £1,600
A diamond cluster ring
, set with fifteen brilliant cut diamonds totalling approximately 4cts, to a white metal setting and shank marked 18ct and plat
Sold for £1,550
A case of Bollinger champagne Grande Annee 1979
, in original box and paper covers
Sold for £1,300
A late Victorian mahogany and walnut roll top desk
, the rectangular top with chamfered edge with plaque beneath inscribed “W. Stahlschmidt & Co., Manufacturers, Preston, Ontario, Canada” and in turn above the tambour front opening to reveal pigeon holes and leatherette covered writing surface in turn above a central frieze kneehole drawer flanked on either side by a further shallow drawer and each pedestal fitted with a hinging swivelling cabinet enclosing drawers and pigeon holes and with plinth beneath and raised on castors, each drawer with brass drop handle with embossed backplate, the whole with panelled sides and panelled back. Width 60ins.
Sold for £1,150
A mixed case of Bollinger champagne
including five bottles of Grande Annee 1979 and seven bottles of Bollinger champagne Brut vintage 1973, with paper covers
Sold for £1,150
John Elwyn
Sparshot village, Winchester

Oil on board
19 x 29cm
Sold for £1,050
Jack Jones
Meadow Sweet Canal

Oil on board
Signed and dated ’71
24.5 x 34.5cm
Sold for £980
Donald McIntyre

Oil on paper
initialled and label verso
19.5 x 27.5cm
Sold for £800
A large collection of Matchbox models
including No.28 mark ten Jaguar, No.13 wreck truck, No.14 Lomas ambulance, No.50 Tractor, No.41 Jaguar racing car, mainly boxed etc
Sold for £780
A Clarice Cliff matched crocus pattern part tea and dessert set
comprising a teapot and stand, three jugs, three bowls, one egg cup, one toast rack, one cruet set, one cake plate, ten side plates, seven saucers, six cups and one preserve pot and cover
Sold for £720
A 19th century ormolu and glass six branch chandelier
, with cast rams head terminals, cut glass faceted finials and lustre drops, (incomplete) 100cm high
Sold for £680
An 18ct yellow gold keyless wound open faced pocket watch
, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and a seconds subsidiary dial inscribed 17887, the back plate inscribed “W.R. Pridgeon, Lynn” together with a yellow metal fob watch marked 10c
Sold for £650
A pair of 9ct yellow gold cufflinks
, together with 9ct yellow gold shirt studs, a pair of turquoise drop earrings a similar bar brooch, silver dress rings, a cameo brooch depicting an angel and cherub, lockets, assorted white metal bracelets etc
Sold for £620
A Shelley part tea set decorated with garden flowers
, including a large bowl, plate, teapot, teapot stand, hot water jug, cream jug, sugar bowl, eleven cups, twelve saucers, twelve plates and six cereal bowls, Rd No.723404
Sold for £600
An 18th century style oak refectory table, the rectangular planked top on turned legs united by a flat stretcher, 97cm wide x 250cm long together with a set of eight ladder back chairs (Rita the Rotti not included 😉 )
Sold for £600
E Aubrey Hunt

Oil on board
Signed and inscribed verso, dated Aug. 1889
10 x 30cm
Sold for £600
A lady’s 18ct yellow gold omega wristwatch
, with a square dial and batons in original box with papers
Sold for £490
An 18th century North Wales oak dresser base
, the planked top above a mahogany frieze and an arrangement of six drawers and two cupboards on bracket feet. 155 cms wide
Sold for £460
STONE, REYNOLDS The Mountains. Illustrated with Ten Drawings by John Piper
Engraved on the Wood by Reynolds Stone. New York: Chilmark Press (third of the Clover Hill Editions), 1968. By R.S. Thomas with a Descriptive Note by John Piper. Number 71 of 240 designed and printed by Will and Sebastian Carter at the Rampant Lions Press, Cambridge, England in the Palatino types designed by Hermann Zapf on mould made paper from Wookey Hole Mill and bound at the Cambridge University Press 31 X 23.5 48 pp. Dark blue linen-backing with tan paper covered boards illustrated with a blow-up of a Reynolds Stone wood engraving. Gilt spine titling. Top edge gilt. Ten drawings of Welsh mountains by John Piper engraved on the wood by Reynolds Stone. Each of the engravings is printed from the wood and presented on a separate page. As R.S. Thomas states, “About mountains it is useless to argue; you have either been there or you haven’t”. in original tan paper covered board slipcase
Sold for £450
A George III mahogany bureau bookcase
, the moulded cornice above a pair of glazed doors with glazing bars, with a sloping fall above four long graduated drawers on bracket feet, 104cm wide x 209cm high x 55cm deep
Sold for £450
A Moorcroft Spanish pattern three handled vase
of squat circular form, signature to the base and impressed mark, 9cm high

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