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  • A Fine French Gold and Red Banded Agate Etui. Circa 1780. The hinged cover opening with an Amethyst button to reveal a fully fitted mirrored interior. The gold mounts stamped with a Hound and Pheasant amongst scrolling foliage and incorporating a gold on white enamel incription. 2JE ME FIE A VOTRE AMITIE

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £4,300 - October 2014

  • A Gold Diamond, Sapphire, Turquoise and Blue Enamel Key Wound Verge Pocket Watch. 19th century. The 35mm engine turned silver dial with Roman numerals. The movement with pierced cock. In a 40mm ornate case .

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £650 - October 2014

  • A Part Dessert Service. Possibly Copeland Spode, mid 19th century. Comprising a sauce tureen and cover on stand. , two dinner plates, and a sandwich plate. Each painted with sprigs of flowers and gilt on a blue ground. With gilt number 176 over 2 (6)

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £200 - October 2014

  • An Indian Carved Ivory Figure of the Hindu deity Lakshmi. Circa 1930. Shown standing on a Lotus Leaf base. 31cm high.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £380 - October 2014

  • An Opal and Enerald Set Dress Ring. Set in high carat yellow metal. Tests as 18carat gold. Size Q and a half. 27mm wide. 3.8 grams. With a ring box.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £200 - October 2014

  • An Aquamarine and High Carat Yellow Metal Mounted Lady's Dress Ring. The shank stamped 14k. Size O. 3.8 grams. With ring box. And a Diamond Lady's Dress Ring. Set in 9 carat yellow gold. English hallmarks. Size Pand a half. 3.6 grams. With ring box. Property of a Lady.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £360 - October 2014

  • A Russian Gold Diamond and Ruby Set Presentation Dagger. With Case. Early 20th century. The cylindrical handle with red guioche enamel decoration set with diamonds in the form of a double headed Eagle and Crown surrmounted by a gold cast boss conforming in design. The pale green Jade or hardstone blade decorated with acorns and entwined with oak leaves. With Russian hallmarks. 29cm long. The gold content of this lot is around 1300. Complete with silk lined wooden presentation case.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,500 - October 2014

  • A pair of Bohemian Ruby Glass Two Handled Vases. Late 19th century. Each painted with a portrait of a young girl within gilt decoration. Some rubbing to gilding and some restoration to glass 43.3 cm high. (2) and with some rivets to neck. The glass resprayed in places and with some rubbing to gilding. 43.3 cm high. (2)

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £400 - October 2014

  • An 18th Century Chinese Cinnabar Lacquer Vase. Of balauster form. Decorated with cloud scrolls and figures in a landscape with temples. 40cm high. In good condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £460 - October 2014

  • A Chinese Bronze Figure of Oni. Late 19th century. Shown kneeling on a rocky base and holding aloft a lidded cauldron. Dark brown and gilt patination. 16cm high.15cm wide at the base. Good condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £280 - October 2014

  • A Chinese 18th century Cast Iron Statue of a Seated Buddha. Cold painted in red and green. 35cm high. 21cm wide. The paint worn and some pitting to the metal.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £900 - October 2014

  • A Fine Japanese Ivory Shibyama Mushroom. Inset with hardstone and mother of pearl insects. Signed in red on the stalk. Meiji period (1868-1912).9.5cm high. 7.5cm diameter. Some small to chips to rim of mushroom head. Otherwise in good condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £700 - October 2014

  • A Chinese Soapstone Brush Holder. 19th century. Carved in the form of bamboo stalks with climbing frogs. 22cm high. 14cm wide. In good condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £110 - October 2014

  • A Chinese Jade Incense  Burner or Pot Pourri Holder in the form of a Seated Ram. 18th/19th century. With pierced detachable cover. Of pale honey brown colour. 10cm high. 19cm long.  One small loss to openwork decoration, otherwise in good condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £5,600 - October 2014

  • A Japanese Carved Ivory Okimono. Meiji period (1868-1912. Of a Man holding a Chicken and grapes beside a grinning boy. Pale brown pationation. Seal mark to base. 18.8cm high. In good condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £180 - October 2014

  • A Georgian English Carved Ivory Lottery or Teetotum Gambling Ball. Circa 1760 or earlier. The ball etched with a Crown or Coronet and Incised on 32 Sides with the Numbers 1 to 31. The Ivory of an old smooth cream yellow patination with numerous dirty small hairline cracks. 5cm diameter. Teetotum balls gave a gambler more of a winning chance than a spinning a normal dice, because when thrown the faceted numbered sides of a ball give an equal chance of winning on any number turning up, unlike a normal dice. Lotteries first began to become an acceptable form of raising money for governments under the reign ofElizabeth I in the years 1568-69 when urgent repairs to the harbours and the coastal fortifications of England were needed to due to the threat of a seaborne invasion from the Spanish. Successive Acts of Parliament then established lotteries as a legitimate means of increasing revenue for the Government and they became a lucrative source of income even during the Commonwealth Period under the puritanical rule of Oliver Cromwell! Provenance. Property of a Gentleman, York, England.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,400 - October 2014

  • A Fine Late Victorian/Edwardian Gilt Brass Combination Pocket Barometer and Compass. Circa 1895 -1910. The 40mm silvered dial signed J Lizars Glasgow Edinburgh ETC. With original Half Hunting Oxblood Leather case. John Lizars was a small chain of shops statrted in Glagow, then opened in Edinburgh and London. They did not manufacture but were simply retailers. They purchased most of their scientific instruments from F. Barker & Sons. The Practical Photographer in 1895 announced the arrival of Lizars in Edinburgh: Mr J Lizars, of Glasgow and Belfast, has opened a branch warehouse in Maitland Street, Edinburgh, with a large assortment of photographic and optical goods. Lizars have now been based at Shandwick Place (previously named Maitland Street) close to the West End of Princes Street for over 100 years. For a similar example of just a pocket barometer without compass see Bonhams Lot 283 January 2011. A pocket barometer Inscribed J Lizars Edinburgh Glasgow Sold for 192 inc. premium.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £120 - October 2014

  • A Chinese White Jade Carving. Possibly 18th/19th century. In form of a se5.5cm wide at the base. ated monkey. 7.5cm high.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,400 - October 2014

  • A Chinese Carved Bamboo Figure of Liu Hai playing with the Three-Legged Toad. Circa 1900. Reddish brown patination. 13cm high. 11.5cm wide.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £420 - October 2014

  • A Japanese Carved Ivory Netsuke. Meiji period (1868-1912). In the form of a kneeling knife sharpener. Coloured Black on incised detail. 3cm high. 3.5cm wide. Signed.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £200 - October 2014

  • A Chinese Vase. Late 19th century. Decorated with two Dragons chasing two flaming pearls amongst cloud scrolls and on a blue scale ground. 33cm high. 8.7cm diameter at the base. No damage.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £420 - October 2014

  • A Pair of Chinese Bowls. Possibly Chinese Republic Period. Each decorated with Peaches, the inside decorated with a Crane. Six character underglaze blue mark to each base. 5.5cm high. 12cm diameter. No damage.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £600 - October 2014

  • A Fine French 18th Century Gold and Red Banded Agate Etui. Circa 1780. The hinged cover opening with an Aquamarine button to reveal a complete and mirrored interior. The gold mounts embossed with exotic birds amongst scrolling foliage with a inscribed band in gold on white enamel

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £4,300 - October 2014

  • A Chinese Pale Brown Glass Snuff Bottle. Painted with a male quarter length portrait and an inscription. Signed. With Coral enamel stopper. 8.6cm long. 3.5cm wide.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £170 - October 2014

  • A Chinese Opaque Glass Snuff Bottle. Early 20th century. Decorated in raised coloured enamels with a basket of fruit. Signed on the bottom.8cm long. 4.5cm wide.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £190 - October 2014

  • A Chinese Pale Brown Glass Scent bottle. Early 20th century. Decorated with Chickens amongst Chrysanthemums. With turquoise enamel stopper. Signed. 9.2cm high. 4.5cm wide.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £180 - October 2014

  • A Fine Smokey Quartz, 18 Carat Yellow Gold and Dimonad Set Carving of a Dog. With London import marks and retail mark for A & Co. Ltd. for Asprey of London. Date mark for 1967. 9cm high. 9.2cm wide.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,000 - October 2014

  • A Pair of Chinese Silk Embroidered Panel. Circa 1900. Decorated with flowers heads clod scrolls and animals. Each in a gilt wood ebonised frame 52cm high. 9cm wide excluding frame. (2) In good condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £180 - October 2014

  • A Pair of Japanese Okimono. Meiji period (1868-1912. Coloured black and red on incised detail. Each 9cm high. (2). In good condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £180 - October 2014

  • A Japanese Bronze Table Lamp. Possibly Meiji period. Cast in the form of a Samuri. Complete with shade. 67cm to top of shade.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £850 - September 2014

  • A Good Late Victorian Mahogany Balloon Clock. Circa 1890. The white enamel dial with Roman numerals. The movement striking on a gong. With pendulum but no key. 39cm high. Provenance. Property of a Gentleman, Hertfordshire.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £450 - September 2014

  • A Fine French Gold Mounted and Banded Agate Box. Early 19th century. The gold mounts stamped with flowers and foliage. The Agate in good condition with no damage.3cm high. 6cm wide. 5cm deep.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,600 - September 2014

  • A Pair of High Carat Yellow Metal and Diamond Set Folding Lorgnettes. 19th century. Set with seven diamonds otherwise quite plain.11cm long. 35.9 grams (all in ).

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £900 - September 2014

  • A Fine Pair of French, 18 Carat Yellow Gold, Blue Enamel and Diamond Set Folding Lorgnettes with Long Chain. 19th century. With French control marks. Of foliate design. The enamel in very good condition.47.2 grams (all in). The ornate case 78.5cm long.The chain 170 cm long.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,700 - September 2014

  • A Fine Pair of Cast French Gilt Bronze Two Light Wall Appliques. Paris, 18th century. Each cast in the form of foliate branches. One cast with head of a Stags Head the other with a Boars Head. Both stamped St. Germain. 49cm drop.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £6,500 - September 2014

  • A Fine English 18th Century, Gold Pique, Tortoiseshell and Diamond Set Snuff Box. Circa 1725. The hinged cover set with three Old Cut Diamonds and decorated with a fan pattern including shells and foliage. 1.3cm high. 7.2cm wide. Over 2.5 carats of diamonds. In near perfect condition

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £4,900 - September 2014

  • A Battery Operated Rolex Shop Sign. Rose Gold 'Daytona.' Modern. 34cm diameter.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £200 - September 2014

  • Chinese 18th/19th century Smokey Rock Crystal Double Snuff Bottle. Carved in the form of two horses with detachable tails. 7cm long 3.5cm high. Property of a Gentleman of Title.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £420 - September 2014

  • An Antique Silver Oval Box and Cover. Possibly German 18th century. The detachable cover engraved with a coat of arms within an embossed folite border. The body quite plain. Makers mark M R . 5.8cm high. 14.5cm wide. 192.6 grams. 6.2 ounces. Provenance. Private collection Hampshire.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £750 - September 2014

  • A Greek Black Figure Attic Vase. Decorated with two figures and a large bird. With a signuature and the word HEPA. Wear to the decoration and a small repair to the base of the handle. 24cm high. Provenance. Found in a garden in Cambridge. Notes. Although first produced in Corinth, then with fine examples made in Laconia and southern Italy (by Euboean settlers), it would be the potters and painters of Attica who would excel above all others in the black-figure style, and they would go on to dominate the Greek market for the next 150 years.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £300 - September 2014

  • A Fine Tortoiseshell and Gold Pique Box. 19th century. Of rounded oblong form, decorated throughout with scrolling foliage within beaded borders. 2.5cm high. 10cm wide. 4.6cm deep.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £800 - August 2014

  • A Gold and Black Enamel Box. late18th/early 19th century. The hinged cover decorated with trophies and engraved with scrolling foliage on matted ground. The sides decorated with stiff leafage. The base with engined turned decoration within black enamel scale decoration. Formal leafage at the angles. 1.4cm high. 5.5cm wide. 3.5cm deep. Some small losses to black enamel on the base, otherwise in good crisp condition. 42.5 grams.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,700 - August 2014

  • A Swiss Gold Box. early 19th century. The hinged cover engraved with a mythological mask on engine turned ground and within a formal leaf border in Green White and Black enamel. The base conforming in design. All panels framed with opaque white enamel bands,The sides further engine turned.. 2cm high. 9cm wide. 5.8cm deep. 108.1 grams. Enemal in good condition some sharp pin prick marks to case together with shallow dents.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,700 - August 2014

  • A Fine Rock Crystal and Gold Seal. 19th century. Carved in the form of a hand. With bloddstone seal. 8cm long. A Fine Rock Crystal and Gold Seal. 19th century. Carved in the form of a hand. With further lobed decoration. With bloodstone seal. 8.5cm long. In very good condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £950 - August 2014

  • A Fine German Renaissance Revival Silver Gilt Cup and Cover. Possibly Ulm, Baden-Wurttenberg 19th century. With a domed circular base rising to a knopped stem and tapering cylindrical body with detachable cover. Conforming in design and with Knight cast finail. Chased and embossed throughout with figures amongst scrolling foliage. Marked on foot, rim and cover. Makers mark AR. 1145 grams. 36.8 ounces. In good condition

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,700 - August 2014

  • A Chinese Vase. Of baluster form. The yellow ground engraved with cloud scrolls dragons and flaming pearls. The base bears a mark for the Jiaqing period. (1796-1821). Body appears to have either a repaired hairline crack or shrink crack fault in firing. otherwise no chips or cracks. 30.5 cm high. provenance. private collection South yrokshire.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,400 - August 2014

  • A Pair of Qajar Lacquered Binding, By Fath'ullah Shirazi, dated AH 1288/ 1870-71 AD. Signed and dtaed at the bottom. Each decorated with birds amongst foliage within formal borders of leafage and fruiting vines on a gold ground. 28.5cm x 18.5cm. (20. Provenance. Propert of a Lady, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,400 - August 2014

  • Paul Storr. A Fine Set of Twelve Dinner Plates. London 1801. Each engraved with a coat of Arms and Latin motto (By the stratagum of war) within a gadroon border. Each numbered on the reverse and with a scratch weight. 25cm diameter. 6797 grams. 218.5 ounces. (12). In good condition with clear crisp hallmarks. The Arms are those for John the 4th Earl of Tyrconnel, Vicount Carlingford, Baron Carpenter, who married Sarah Crowe in 1817. As the plates date from 1801 is likley they were made for George Carpenter, 2nd Earl of Tyrconnell who died 15 April 1805. Then by descent to George Carpenter, 3rd Earl of Tyrconnell (1788 - 20 December 1812), known as George Carpenter until 1805, was a British peer and soldier who died fighting the French forces led by Napoleon Bonaparte at Wilna, Russia in December 1812. Upon his death his brother John became the 4th Earl of Tyrconnel.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £12,100 - August 2014

  • A Fine and Rare Chinese Lapis Lazuli Censer Bowl and Cover. 18th century Qing Dynasty. With a skirt foot. The compressed circular body carved with a continuous band of scrolls incorporating two masks. With four fluted lug handles. The detachable cover conforming in design. 10.3cm high, 13cm diameter. Provenance. Private collection, Norfolk, England.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £4,000 - March 2014

  • A Well Carved Chinese Whitish Green Jade Figure of a Boy and Elephant. 18th century Qing Dynasty.6cm high.5.7cm long. Provenance. Private collection, Norfolk, England.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,200 - March 2014

  • A Chinese Green Jade Libation Cup of Elephant head form. 18th/19th century Qing Dynasty. Carved with Dragons and scroll work. With Russlet inclusions. 12.5cm long. 10cm wide. Provanance. Private collection, Norfolk, England.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,100 - March 2014

  • A Fine Chinese White Celadon Two Handled Bowl. Possibly Moghul. 18th/19th century. Of compressed circular form. The twin openwork handles carved with Chrysanthemum heads and leafage and with suspended loose rings. 5.8cm high. 17cm overall width. Provenance. Private collection, Norfolk, England.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,600 - March 2014

  • A Fine Blue and White Chinese 19th Century Qing Dynasty Vase. Guangxu period (1875-1908). The body decorated with figures in a landscape below continuous bands of Greek key pattern and stiff leafage with a border of waves above. Six figure character mark. 41cm high. The base 14cm diameter. Provenance. Private collection Norfolk, England.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,900 - March 2014

  • A Fine Victorian Brass Cathedral Skeleton clock. By Isaac Dell of Bristol. With a verge movement and anchore escapement. The silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals. Complete with pedulum and key. On ebonized base and under glass dome. 38cm high.29cm wide. Hight of dome 45cm high. In good working order.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £900 - March 2014

  • A Fine George III Mahogany Bracket Clock. Handley and Moore (1798-1824), circa 1815. With a signed silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals and full minute markings. A fast silent sunsidiary dial above. Gilt brass spandrels.The double fussee two spring eight day movement striking on two bells using a rack and snail system.. With alarum with pull cord. The ornate back plate signed. The case with glass side panels and urn finials. 58.5 cm high to top of handle. 31.5cm wide.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,100 - March 2014

  • A pair of Bohemian Ruby Glass Two Handled Vases. Late 19th century. Each painted with a portrait of a young girl within gilt decoration. Some rubbing to gilding otherwise in good condition. 43.3 cm high. (2)

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,900 - March 2014

  • A rare George II Gold Vinaigrette. Circa 1740. Of egg shaped form. The body chased with flowering foliage and scrolls on matted ground. The hinged cover opening to reveal a detachable circular pierced grille.With a sponge. and original black Shagreen case. 40mm long. 21.8 grams.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,500 - March 2014

  • A Fine Swiss or German Gold and Guilloche enamelled Gentlemans Snuff Box. Geneve or Hanau, circa 1820. Set with an enamel plaque attributed to Johann Daniel Berneaud (German, 1773-1861. Signed

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £14,000 - March 2014

  • A Fine Set of Four Japanese Porcelain Panels. Meiji period (1868-1912). Each decorated with figures in a landscape. With inscriptions. In finely carved Chinese hardwood frames. 121cm high. 37cm wide. In good condition. No damage to porcelain.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,000 - March 2014

  • A Large Chinese Cantonese Vase. 19th century Qing Dynasty. Decorated with figures and Cockerels. The baluster body with spreading base and wide flared rim. No marks to base. 46 cm high 23 cm diameter of rim. In very good condition. Provenance private collection South Yorkshire.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,500 - March 2014

  • A Fine Chinese Cantonese Brush Pot. 18th/19th Century Qing Dynasty. Decorated throughout with figures and symbols. Unmarked. In good unrestored condition. 14 cm high. 10.5 cm diameter. Provenance private collection South Yorkshire.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,800 - March 2014

  • A Fine Japanese Ivory Shibayama Carving of a Fig. Signed. Meiji period (1868-1912). finely detailed with insects and bugs using semi precious stones tortoiseshell,abalone and mother of pearl.With red incised signature. 11cm long. 5.5cm wide.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £900 - March 2014

  • A Chinese Carved Bamboo Figure of Zhong kui . 19th century Qing Dynasty. Realistically carved, the character shown in a bucolic state. Deep rich patination. 14cm high.11cm wide.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £600 - March 2014

  • A Fine Chinese Jade Seal. 19th century Qing Dynasty. of circular form carved with dragons. Of varigated grey veined colour with russlets. 4cm high. 5cm diameter. Provenance. Private collection London.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,400 - March 2014

  • A Chinese White Jade Seal. 19th century Qing Dynasty. Carved in the form of a Dog of Fo reclining on a plinth. 5cm high. 3cm wide. Provenance. Private collection London.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,500 - March 2014

  • An Important and Rare 17th/ 18th Century Qing Dynasty Pale Celadon Jade Boulder Carving. In the form of a Bodhidharma during meditation in a grotto. The well-polished stone with russet skin , crisply carved in varying levels of relief with Bodidharma seated on a rocky ledge and dressed in loose robes. The reverse carved with a gnarled tree and pine trees growing amidst rockwork and lingzhi. 14.5cm high. 13cm wide. The base with old collection label. Provenance. Private collection West Midlands, England.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £39,000 - March 2014

  • A pair of 19th century bronze figures of a male and female Baccus. Each holding an urn. Dark brown patination.22cm high.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £500 - February 2014

  • A Rare Victorian Bronze Candle Shade. Of Gothic tower form. With interior tube enclosing a silk fan. The top unscrews to reveal the interior tube with fan. 24 cm when fully closed.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £100 - February 2014

  • A George III Chamber Candlestick. John Crouch I & Thomas Hannam. London 1781. Complete with conical snuffer. Engraved with intials and with leaf wrapped scroll handle. 10cm high. 11.4cm diameter. 282.6 grams. 9.0 ounces.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £600 - February 2014

  • A Fine late 18th early 19th century Tortoiseshell and Silver Pique Pose Jewel Case. Decorated throughout with grotesque masks, festoons and scroll work in the Renaissance manner. With original silver key. On four ball feet. Provenance. Christies 12th February 1925. Formerly in the Dent Collection. Illustrated in Pique. p XXII.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £210 - February 2014

  • A George III Mother of Pearl and Painted Ivory Gentleman's Snuff Box. Circa 1760. Decorated with a basket of flowers. 58mm wide. 40mm deep.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £900 - February 2014

  • Hester Bateman. A pair of George III bright cut sugar tongs. London circa 1790 (no date letter). Of typical form. With Acorn terminals. 13.5cm long. 30.8 grams. 0.99 ounces.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £140 - February 2014

  • A Gold Cornelian and Mother of Pearl Gentlemans Snuff Box. Late 18th early 19th century.Engraved James Second Earl of Waldegrave.With a Ducal coronet. The hinged cover engraved with the Latin inscription

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,500 - February 2014

  • Francois Carion (Ecole belege). Luminaire. A Fine Art Nouveau Bronze and coloured glass table lamp. In the form of budding flowers. With a red and brown glass shade within entwined leafage. The bronze fittings of chocolate brown patination. On a stepped square black marble base. Signed Carion. Fitted for electricity. 33cm high.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £400 - January 2014

  • A Chinese Rosewood and Marble Inlaid Jardiniere stand. Late 19th century. Carved with an openwork frieze. On claw and ball feet. 53cm high. 34.5cm diameter.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £310 - January 2014

  • A Silver gilt and Enamel Cigarette Case. Decorated with Geese in flight. Makers mark for Henry Clifford Davis. Harford Works, Harford Street, Birmingham; subsequently Warstone Lane, Birmingham H Clifford Davis Ltd (after c1933). Birmingham 1963. 8cm high. 10cm wide. 169.0 grams.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £420 - January 2014

  • A Pair of Samson of Paris Poly chrome Porcelain Figures. With Gold Anchor mark. Each 43 and 42 cm high. Some small damage to one figure. The Female figure lacking one finger otherwise good condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £480 - January 2014

  • A Royal Worcester Silver Mounted Cabaret Set. Hallmarks for William Comyns, London 1890. Comprising; a coffee pot, cream jug, sugar bowl teaspoon and four coffee cups and saucers. Lacking presentation case case.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,000 - January 2014

  • A Royal Worcester and Silver Gilt Mounted Cabaret Set , of six cups and saucers . Hallmarked, Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater. London 1896. With purple and green Worcester marks. The silver gilt mounts pierced and stamped with frolicking cherubs. The cups and saucers decorated in gilt on a yellow ground. Complete with six coffee spoons and a pair of sugar tongs. In original silk lined case. 259.8 grams. 8.3 ounces.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £770 - January 2014

  • A Fine Combination Organ Music Box. Swiss. late 19th century. In a Rosewood case. Playing eight airs on a single cylinder with organ below. In extremely fine fully restored condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,000 - January 2014

  • A Swiss Music Box. Late 19th century. In a fine Walnut case inlaid with flowers. Playing eight airs on a single cylinder, complete with drums and bells with birds. In extremely fine fully restored condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,600 - January 2014

  • C H Meylan. A Fine 18 caraqt yellow gold minute repeating hunting cased keyless pocket watch. The 40mm white enamel dial with Arabic numerals and seconds subsidiary. Signed C H Melan Brassus.With a gold cuvette. The movement signed, No 5265. With case. In good condition.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,050 - December 2013

  • Cartier. An 18 carat yellow gold Emerald set

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,100 - December 2013

  • Chopard of Geneva. A Lady's 18 Carat yellow gold dress watch . 15mm circular dial, Complete with original case. 33.5 grams (all in)

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,000 - December 2013

  • A Bulgari 18 Carat Yellow Gold, Diamond Sapphire and Citrine Brooch. 312mm wide. 10.5 grams.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,300 - December 2013

  • An Art Deco Diamond and Sapphire Lady's Dress Ring. With an Emerald Cut diamond surrounded by Calibre cut Sapphires. The central diamond just over 1 carat. SI2. In high carat white metal mounts. Small inclusions to central diamond. Colour J/K. Size O. 4.1 grams.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,800 - December 2013

  • Dutch School. 19th Century Oli On canves. Signed lower left. 33cm x 43.3. The reverse bears a lbel and stencil marks. Provenance. Regarding stencil number TG 787 your painting came in Christie's in October 2000, it was catalogued as Dutch School (19th Century) Koekkoek, B.C. Travellers on a river bank with indistinct signature `B.C. Koekkoek' (lower right) oil on canvas 13 x 17.1/4 in. (33 x 43.8 cm.) Barend Cornelis Koekkoek (Dutch 1803-1862), but it was not put into a sale. The painting had already been in a Christie's sale in London, stencil MD 233, on 29 April 1960 Lot 72 B.C.KOEKKOEK A RIVER LANDSCAPE WITH DISTANT MOUNTAINS - signed -12 ½ in. by 16 ½ It was sold for £14-14s. to Davy, it belonged to Alex Barrett

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,000 - October 2013

  • A Pair of Diamond Posted Stud earrings. Each Diamond 0.71 and 0.84 carats. Set in 18 carat white gold (English hallmarks). 2.1 grams. Colour E/F.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,800 - October 2013

  • A Fine Antique Chinese green Glaze Vase. With moulded decoration in the form of stylised flowers and foliage within formal borders. (The base bears a six character Quinlong mark). 31 cm high. In very good condition. Private collection South Yorkshire

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,700 - October 2013

  • A Chinese Zitan Wood 19th Century Qing Dynasty Incense Holder. Carved in the form of a gnarled tree trunk. Dark brown patination. With some shrink cracks. 16cm high. The base 7cm diameter. Between the 17th and 19th centuries in China the rarity of this wood led to the reservation of Zitan furniture for the Qing dynasty imperial household.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,100 - October 2013

  • A Rare Chinese 18th Century Qing Dynasty White Jade Libation Cup. Carved in the form of Lotus leaf. With stork foot rim. Finely polished and carved with leaf veins. With russet inclusions. All carved from one piece of Jade. 7cm high. 11cm long. In very fine condition

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £40,000 - October 2013

  • A Chinese 18th Century Qing Dynasty Pale Celadon Jade

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £25,000 - October 2013

  • A Fine Indian Mughal Gold Coloured Metal Dagger with Sheath. 18th/19th century. Set with coloured alluvial stones. The hilt opening to reveal a compass and further opening to reveal a compartment with torture instruments. Complete with brass embossed sheath. Decorated throughout with flowers and scrolling foliage. 44cm long. For a similar example see the collection at Powis Castle and a dagger brought back by Clive of India. Provenance private collection Northamptonshire. This item has been with family for at least sixty years.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £7,600 - October 2013

  • A Swiss 18 Carat Yellow Gold Hunting Cased Quarter Repeating Chronometer Gentleman's Keyless Pocket Watch. Circa 1900. The 40mm white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, centre seconds sweep hand and four subsidiary dials for months of the year, days of the month, days of the week and seconds .The movement stamped Swiss. With bi-metallic compensated balance. The plain case with gold cuvette and repeat slide.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,600 - October 2013

  • A Fine French 19th Century 18 Carat Yellow Gold, Cut Glass and Coloured Enamel Scent Bottle. Hallmarked (one mark very small and hard to decipher). Of slender faceted baluster form bright cut engraved with Fleur de Lis and drapes. The cork stopper with figural final cast in the form of a boy and his dog. The hinged

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,000 - October 2013

  • A Fine late 19th Century French Gilt Brass Musical Time Piece. Of Mandolin form. comprising a timepiece barometer and compass. Complete with stand key and glass dome. The movement with platform lever escapement. 41cm high. 52cm wide.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,200 - August 2013

  • A Fine Smoky Quartz Figure of a Boxer Dog. Shown seated but alert. 85mm high. 133mm long.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,900 - August 2013

  • An Etruscan Revival High Carat Yellow Metal Necklace and a Matching Pair of Earrings. Tests as 18 carat gold. Early 19th century. The earrings with 35mm drop. The pendant 55mm drop. The chain 410mm. 36 grams. In original box.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,400 - August 2013

  • A Chinese Vase. Of baluster form. The yellow ground engraved with cloud scrolls dragons and flaming pearls. The base bears a mark for the Jiaqing period. (1796-1821). Body appears to have either a repaired hairline crack or shrink crack fault in firing. otherwise no chips or cracks. 30.5 cm high. provenance. private collection South yorkshire.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,500 - August 2013

  • A French Antique Diamond, Coloured stone, Ruby and Emerald Butterfly Brooch. Set in Yellow and white gold. With French 18 carat hallmarks. 60mm wide. Weight 15.5 grams.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,000 - August 2013

  • A Diamond,Sapphire and Baroque pearl Butterfly Brooch. Set in high carat yellow metal. With Old Cut Diamonds the largest approximately 1.70 carats. 55mm wide. Weight 22.3 grams. With an S J Phillips box.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,100 - August 2013

  • A Platinum and  Diamond Set Demi Parure. Comprising a necklace, brooch and matching earrings. Set with brilliant , baguette and tapered diamonds. Signed A & Co. and stamped Platinum. 365mm long. The brooch, also signed Platinum. 75mm drop. The earrings signed A& Co. Plat. 50mm drop 120.4 grams.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £14,200 - August 2013

  • A Fine Antique French Diamond set Bangle. Set in 18 carat yellow gold. With French hallmarks. 63mm wide. 33.4 grams. With a fitted box.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,300 - August 2013

  • A Swiss  18 carat Yellow Gold, Lapis, Pearl and Diamond set Lady's Chatelaine fob watch, 19th century, comprising seal, watch key and fob watch. The white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, the gold cuvette signed MellerioMeller, Quai Voltair 25, A Paris. With lepine bar movement and cylinder escapement. Total Weight 59 grams. The dial 25mm diameter.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £3,050 - August 2013

  • A Fine Diamond Amethyst and pearl Belle Epoch Pendent necklace. Circa 1890. The pendant which can also be worn as a brooch 75mm drop. The cxhain 410mm long. In original box retailed by Catchpole and Williams (late C.J. Hill ), 610 Oxford Street. 26.8 grams.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £4,000 - August 2013

  • A Pair of Diamond Posted Stud earrings. Each
Diamond 0.71 and 0.84 carats. Set in 18 carat
white gold (English hallmarks). 2.1 grams. Colour
E/F

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,800 - August 2013

  • A Diamond and Blue Enamel Dragonfly Brooch.
Circa 1900 . Set in high carat yellow metal. Late
19th century. 45mm wide. 40mm long. 14.6
grams.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,300 - August 2013

  • An Art Deco Diamond and Sapphire Lady's Dress
Ring. With an Old Cut diamond surrounded by
Calibre cut Sapphires. In high carat white metal
mounts. Small inclusion to central diamond.
Colour J/K. Size O. 4.1 grams.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £2,700 - August 2013

  • A Fine Victorian High Carat Yellow Metal Turquoise Enamel and Baroque Pearl set Bracelet. Late 19th century. The strap of woven design. The pale blue enamel (no damage) pave set with Diamonds in a star design and set with a Split Pearl. In original box retailed by Howell James & Co. Regent Street. 185 mm long. 44.5grams.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,900 - August 2013

  • A Continental Diamond and Sapphire bangle set in high carat yellow metal, late 19th century, With French hallmarkes. 19.9 grams. With an associated box.

    Sold at our London Auction Rooms for £1,500 - May 2013

Featured Lot of the November Online sale

A Fine and Rare Mid Eighteenth Century German Gold and Coloured Enamel Gentleman's Snuff Box.  Probably circa 1740. Of oval form painted with classical lovers with Cupid. The interior decorated with figures in a mountainous landscape.  1.8cm high.  8.1cm wide.  6.2cm deep. 96.8 grams.  This lot is in quite exceptional condition. £25,000-£30,000

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