Sold for £9,000
A solitaire diamond ring
, the old cushion cut stone measuring 10mm x 9mm x 7mm deep, approximately 4.2 carats, claw set in a platinum mount and shank
Sold for £5200
Rolex – A Gentleman’s 18k Oyster Perpetual Day Date Superlative Chronometer wristwatch
, ref: 18038, Chronometer Officially Certified automatic movement, signed champagne dial with gold hands and raised hour markers, signed crown, serial no: 6548353, approximately 36mm diameter, on an 18k Rolex ‘Presidential’ bracelet with fold-over clasp. Together with original Rolex Guarantee dated 6 June 1984, and with Day Date Booklet papers,original receipt from Nadel’s Limited, 156 Camden High Street, London, leather box and card outer box
Sold for £3,500
Rolex – A Lady’s 18k Oyster Perpetual Date Just Superlative Chronometer wristwatch, ref: 69178, Chronometer Officially certified automatic movement, signed champagne dial with gold hands and raised hour markers, signed crown, serial No. R572694, approximately 25mm diameter, on an 18h Rolex ‘Presidential’ bracelet with fold over clasp, together with Original Rolex guarantee, purchase valuation dated 19th September 1988, booklets,International service guarantee dated 25/OCT/04 with a Rolex handkerchief, Rolex red leather wallet, tapestry topped leather box and card outer box
Sold for £3,300
A sapphire and diamond cluster ring
, the central sapphire measuring approximately 10mm by 8mm, surrounded by ten brilliant cut diamonds, each approximately 0.1 of a carat, the shoulders set with baguette cut sapphires and diamonds to an 18ct white gold setting and shank
Sold for £3,200
A William and Mary and later walnut chest on stand
, the rectangular top above two short and three long drawers, the later base with two drawers, and arched frieze and six turned legs and ball feet united by a flat stretcher, 105cm wide x 61.5cm deep x 150cm high
Sold for £2,550
A solitaire diamond ring
the brilliant cut diamond approximately 1.5 carats to a claw mount and white metal shank marked 18ct
Sold for £2,400
Jeffrey Steele
“Christ Healing the blind”

Oil on canvas
Bears a plaque to the frame dated 1951
57 x 72.5cm
The reverse of the canvas painted with a carnival scene also script – “Drawn and painted by me, Jeffrey Steele and completed on my nineteenth birthday 3rd July 1951, Leading the Blind, and behold, there were two blind men sitting by the way side, and when they heard that Jesus passed by, cried out, saying, have mercy on us, O Lord, Son of David, and the multitude rebuked them, because they should hold their peace, but they cried out the more, saying, have mercy on us, O Lord, the son of David and Jesus stood still and called them and said, What will ye that I shall do unto you? They say unto him, Lord, that our eyes may be opened. So Jesus had compassion on them and touched their eyes, and immediately their eyes received sight, and they followed him”. St Matthew, 20 v.30-34
Sold for £2,300
Bridget Riley

A Screenprint
Limited edition number 69/75
48.5 x 34cm (Plate size)
Signed in pencil to the margin and dated ’92
Sold for £1,450
Rolex – A gentlemans stainless steel automatic calendar centre seconds wristwatch
, signed Rolex, Oyster Perpetual, Superlative Chronometer Officially Certified, model: Datejust, Ref: 16234, circa 1991, white dial with applied baton markers, screw down winding crown, screw back, serial number E532122, Rolex steel Jubilee bracelet with Rolex box, guarantee dated 11th October 1991, and leaflets
Sold for £1,200
An 18ct yellow gold and diamond set bracelet
of snake skin effect, set with thirty brilliant cut diamonds, marked 750, approximately 51.2 grams
Sold for £900
A George III mahogany chest on chest
, the moulded cornice above two short and three long drawers, the base with a brushing slide above four long drawers on bracket feet, 118.5cm wide x 55.5cm deep x 188cm high
Sold for £880
A late 18th / early 19th century mahogany longcase clock
the domed hood with fluted pillasters, above a shaped long trunk door, box base and bracket feet, the 31cm brass dial with an arch with inset panel inscribed Thos Reid, Edinburgh, with Strike/ Silent switch, with a brass chapter ring, Roman numerals, seconds subsidiary dial and an aperture displaying the month and the day of the month in an arch, the eight day movement striking on a bell, 211cm high
Sold for £850
A large and extensive stamp collection
contained within in excess of thirty Stanley Gibbons and Martin Mills albums, including British, commonwealth and World stamps from the 19th century to the present day together with seven albums of First Day covers from the end of the 20th century to the early part of the 21st century, and empty as new stamp albums
Sold for £820
A WMF pewter large figural flower vase
, model no. 127, the leaf frond rim with a putti and leaf frond in relief, the body with a maiden and frog in relief, on a wavy base, stamped mark, 56cm high See Art Nouveau Domestic Metalwork from Wurttembergische Metallwarefabrik 1906 , Woodbridge 1995, p. 371.
Sold for £820
19th Century Chinese School
A set of eight watercolour paintings on rice paper of figural studies
27 x 17cm
Together with a set of five of ships, 17 x 24.5 cm and a single example of flowers, 18 x 30cm
Sold for £750
A white metal wedding band marked Plat
, approximately 2.8 grams, together with a silver locket with enamel decoration of a bird on its nest, a white metal chain, silver vesta cases, and assorted costume jewellery including rings, fly brooches, other brooches etc
Sold for £680
A George V silver pedestal
bowl with a gadrooned rim, winged dragon handles, mask and flower head capped legs on a shaped square base, London, 1920, Elkington & Co., approximately 620 grams
Sold for £650
In the style of Arne Jacobsen
, a black ash dining table with chrome legs together with a set of ten black leather dining chairs and a matching sideboard
Sold for £650
An 18ct yellow gold half hunter keyless wound pocket watch
, the outer case with blue enamel Roman numerals, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and a seconds subsidiary dial inscribed J W Benson, London, the movement inscribed and number No.13533
Sold for £620
A 19th century oak fire surround
carved with lions masks and scrolling leaves , the base supported with lion heads and stop fluted columns on a square base, 150cm wide x 226cm high x 48cm deep – aperture – 90cm wide x 109cm high
Sold for £620
A Royal Worcester porcelain twin handled vase
, with a flared rim, with twin rams head handles, the body painted with highland cattle signed H Stinton, the base with a square base on four hoof feet, puce mark and date code for 1917, Shape No.250, 19.5cm high
Sold for £620
A Victorian 18ct yellow gold hunter pocket watch
, with an engine turned outer case, the gilt dial with floral engraved centre, blued steel hands and subsidiary seconds dial, the inner case inscribed “Presented to Mr Jno Jones, Cattle and Sheep dealer, Merthyr Tydfil, by a few friends in the neighbourhood of Devynock & Trecastle Breconshire, July 1867” the backplate engraved Jno Davies, Brecon, No.22007, hallmarked for London, 1866, together with a yellow metal long chain and a key
Sold for £600
A 19th century French walnut bonheur du jour
, the raised superstructure with a mirrored door and drawers, the base with a single drawer on ormolu mounted cabriole legs, 104cm wide x 124cm high
Sold for £580
A Steiff Noah’s Ark set circa 1997, all of a limited edition of 8000 pieces, comprising the wood & wicker Ark, 038006, 102cm long, with Mr & Mrs Noah Teddy figures, plus the Noah’s Children set, limited edition no. 01587, and nine pairs of animals comprising Giraffes, doves, lions, bears, gorillas, tigers, camels, donkeys, elephants and Llamas, some with certificates
Sold for £580
A set of six Niels Moller teak dining chairs (includes two carvers),for J L Moller
, teak and beech frames with paper cord seats, stamped roundels, together with a Bramin teak extending dining table, includes one leaf, 90cm wide x 194cm extended and a scan-flex teak sideboard

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