Sold for £3,600
A solitaire diamond ring,
the round old cut diamond, approximately 3 carats, measuring approximately a maximum diameter of 10mm, minimum diameter of 8mm, and depth of 6mm, to a white metal claw setting and 18 carat yellow gold shank
Sold for £3,000
A Siebe Gorman & Co Ltd twelve bolt copper divers helmet
, stamped to the underside of the collar and matching on the helmet, No.17585 the glass front plate stamped 13063, with an oval plaque inscribed “Siebe Gorman & Co. Ltd Submarine Engineers., London patent, 50cm high
Sold for £1,500
A diamond set dress ring
, set with two rows of brilliant cut diamonds, six rows of princess cut diamonds and two rows of baguette cut diamonds to a white metal setting and shank marked K18, ring size P 1/2
Sold for £1,300
A modern Russian Cecilia 46 string harp
, by Lunacharsky, St Petersburg with seven pedals, hexagonal waisted column and gilt highlights, with a Clive Morley Harps label, 181cm high
Sold for £1,050
A pair of small brass and white metal milk churns
, of tapering cylindrical form with leaf cast handles, inscribed “Milk for the nursery and invalids” 50cm high
Sold for £990
A 9ct yellow gold cigarette case
of bowed form with engine turned decoration, approximately 148 grams
Sold for £920
Peter William Nicholas, F.R.B.S. A.R.C.A. (1934-2015)
“Rocking knife”

A two piece stone sculpture
Signed and dated 1971
33 x 27cm
Sold for £880
John Smith Willock
The Artist in her studio

Oil on Canvas
Signed
49 x 39cm
Sold for £880
An Aquamarine and diamond dress ring
the rectangular faceted aquamarine measuring 18mm x 15mm x 11mm deep, six claw set, the shoulders with six baguette cut diamonds to a white metal shank marked 18ct, size P
Sold for £880
An 18ct yellow gold Albert chain
with rectangular and oval links, together with a George III shield back guinea, total weight approximately 64.9 grams
Sold for £850
Peter William Nicholas, F.R.B.S. A.R.C.A. (1934-2015)
Hussanah

Reclining nude
Initialled and dated 2001
40 x 40cm
On a plinth base
Sold for £820
T C Dugdale
Head and shoulders portrait of a lady

Oil on canvas
Signed
61 x 50.5cm
Sold for £800
Hayes
A ship in a choppy sea with a town beyond

Oil on canvas
Signed and dated 1880
24 x 37cm
Sold for £780
A 17th century German Zischagge
, lobster tail helmet with a one piece hemispherical skull, with a pair of pendent cheek pieces, stamped XVII to the underside of the peak
Sold for £780
Owen Bowen
Bardsey Mill, Yorkshire

Oil on board
Signed
28.5 x 42.5cm
Sold for £780
A satin birch and giltwood Grecian harp by J. A. Stumpff
, with winged figures above a fluted stem, the brass frame stamped “PATENT HARP INVENTED BY J. A. Stumpff, LONDON, No. 44 Great Portland St. Portland Place, and ‘maker TO HIS MAJESTY KING OF GREAT BRITAIN”, with forty three string and seven foot pedals (eighth pedal missing), with four shell feet , 172cm high
Sold for £750
A 17th century oak chest
, the planked rectangular top above three graduated drawers with geometric fronts on ball front feet, 95cm wide x 55.5cm deep x 88.5cm high
Sold for £750
The Beatles – An autograph album containing numerous autographs
, including Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Star and George Harrison of The Beatles, acquired in person by the vendor who was staying in the Palace Court Hotel in Bournemouth at the same time as the Beatles in August 1963, the other autographs include Leslie Phillips, Harry Secombe, Pat Phoenix, Stevie Wonder, Jose Legra, Lucille Ball, Smoky Robinson, Martha & the Vandellas, Cilla Black, Tommy Cooper, Rupert Davies etc
Sold for £750
A Qing dynasty porcelain plate
painted with an interior scene to the centre, the edge decorated with flowers, leaves and butterflies, to a gilt shaped rim, red seal mark to the reverse, 23cm diameter
Sold for £750
A yellow metal long chain with oval and twisted links
, marked 15, approximately 54 grams, together with a late Victorian gold sovereign dated 1899
Sold for £700
A Robert Thompson of Kilburn “Mouseman” oak rocking chair
with a double lattice back and tan leather seat, with original receipt dated 1989
Sold for £700
A late 18th century yew Welsh comb back armchair
, with a raised back, hoop shaped arms and a solid seat on turned legs
Sold for £700
A 1000 years of British Monarchy – a set of fifty silver ingots
, depicting the monarchs through the ages, cased, No.0961
Sold for £620
John Smith Willock
A bistro interior scene

Oil on canvas
Signed
39 x 49cm
Sold for £600
Peter William Nicholas, F.R.B.S. A.R.C.A. (1934-2015)
Maquette for a portrait of Nye Bevan

Bronze
initialled and dated ’85
inscribed and signed to the base of the plinth
16cm high

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