TWO DAY FINE ART & ANTIQUES AUCTION 10TH & 11TH JUNE 2016

Date: 10th-11th June 2016 Time: 10:00 Venue: GWA

 

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Lot 657. A diamond set Victorian star brooch
set with approximately 2.08cts of diamonds to the rose coloured and white metal craftsman made brooch with screw off brooch fitting to reveal a pendant hook, Approx dimensions 31mm x 31mm

Estimate: £800-1,000

Lot 1. A Chinese jade pendant carving of a catfish

Estimate: £500-700

Lot 460. A rare Christopher Dresser “Goats Head” pottery vase
designed for William Ault pottery circa 1895

Estimate: £800-1,000

Lot 167. An 18th Century silver wine ewer
probably by John Scofield, London 1772, 38oz

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 963. ALISON WATT ARSA (Scottish b. 1965)
PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG WOMAN
Gouache, signed, 41 x 58cm (16 1/4 x 22 3/4″)

Estimate: £1,200-1,800

Lot 854. A Japanese shodhana
the elaborate sectional cornice carved with dragons above panels of dense foliage with a pair of gold lacquered onlaid ivory doors flanked by a pair of doors above a central niche and staged shelves, curved bridge with pierced foliate back panels set with gold lacquered panels of birds and foliage above a further six doors, the base densely carved with dragons and birds amongst waves, 254cm high x 154cm wide x 52cm deep

Estimate: £2,000-3,000

Lot 815. A set of eight Charles Eames ribbed velour and aluminium group management armchairs
each cast with the number 938-138 and with Herman Miller label, 83cm high and a circular teak dining table on four pillar aluminium base, 155cm diameter and 72cm high (9)

estimate: £3,000-5,000

Lot 521. An exceptional 19th Century Elkington & Company oval shield
depicting biblical scenes from Genesis. The reverse with applied oval plaque “Department of Science and Art, Elkington”, with raised Queens crown flanked by VR. The reverse with riveted brass brackets for mounting, 85cm high x 65cm wide

Estimate: £1,000-2,000

Lot 17. A Chinese blue and white garlic neck vase
in the Ming style with heaped and piled decoration of formalised meandering lotus divided by horizontal bands, 18th/19th Century

Estimate: £2,000-3,000

Lot 434. A collection of champagne and sparkling wine comprising;
Harvey’s Reserve Cuvee ( three half bottles), Moet & Chandon Premier Cuvee (three bottles), Moet & Chandon Dry Imperial 1964, (two bottles), Moet & Chandon Dry Imperial 1959, Pageant Cuvee Reservee, (two bottles), Charles Heidsieck 1962, (two bottles), Mumm Cordon Rouge and Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon 1990 (two bottles), (16)

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 19. A Chinese famille rose/verte baluster vase
painted with peacocks, red seal mark, 31cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 43. A Chinese gilt bronze model of the ten headed Goddess Avalokitesvara
standing with many arms raised, her hands in anjali mudra, inset with polished beads  39cm high

Estimate: £4,000-6,000

Lot 170. A silver cigarette box
by John William Barrett, Birmingham 1934, of rectangular shape, the hinged cover inset with coloured enamel maritime code flags, 9.3cm x 10.5cm x 4.5cm high

£150-250

Lot 503. Six William De Morgan ruby lustre tiles
one painted with an eagle and serpent with a fern painted background
one painted with a lion style mythical beast with a scrolling fern background
one painted with a turkey on a fern background, damaged
one painted with two daisy style flowers and scrolling foliage
two painted with scrolling ferns
removed from a fireplace, each tile has remnants of tile cement on the reverse (6)

Estimate; £500-700

Lot 814. A Louis XV Kingwood, Tulipwood and Parquetry ladies writing desk
the superstructure fitted with tambour doors enclosing three pigeon holes and four drawers above a fold over desk with three sliding compartments, above two drawers and two hidden drawers and on curved legs terminating with gilt bronze foliate mounts, 18th Century, 101cm high x 64cm wide x 47cm deep

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 250. A Depose Tete Jemeau bisque-headed doll
with fixed blue eyes, open mouth, pierced ears and painted features, jointed composition body, the head impressed Depose, Tete Jumeau, real hair wig, with original green and white dress and matching bonnet, 51cm (20in.) high

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 77. A Japanese okimono of a fisherman
standing with two cormorants and holding a fish sack, signed on a red lacquered seal, 20cm high

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 85. A Chinese blue and white octagonal planter
painted with Buddhistic lions and cloud scrolls beneath key pattern on bracket feet (rim chip and minor firing cracks), 32cm wide

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 94. A Japanese ivory okimono of a dragon
emerging from its egg seated on top of a man seated holding a fly whisk, signed on a red lacquered seal, 15cm high

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 314. A Steiff Teddy Bear
pronounced clipped muzzle, stitched nose, mouth and claws, swivel head, jointed elongated limbs with repaired felt pads and FF button, general thinning all over, repair to back of head, 34cm (13.1/2in.) high

Estimate: £300-400

Lot 455. A Wedgwood Fairyland flame lustre vase designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones – Z5360
the vase of baluster form with flared rim. The decoration of oriental style with bridges, pagodas and lakes viewed through gilded trees bearing paper lanterns. Gilded urn mark to base with painted pattern number and impressed shape number 2034, 23cm high

£800-1200

Lot 127. A pair of Canton famille rose millefiori baluster vases
red seal reign marks, with stands, 34cm high (2)

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 111. A Chinese ivory okimono of Guanyin
standing with a deer at her feet and adorned with flowering branches, 26cm high

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 153. A silver lidded tankard
maker’s marks H L & Co, Birmingham 1913, of tapering cylindrical form with stepped flat-top lid and looping handle with thumb piece and shell motif, engraved with an anchor and rope crest and “Dochas from Lochgilpead Wellwishers to Miss Dorothy Graham Campbell of Shirvan, 16th June 1914”, 15.5cm high x 14cm diameter, 27oz

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 644. A unique handmade diamond set heart pendant
the freeform heart is made from ribbons of yellow and white metal twisted together and set with five diamonds the largest is approx 1.20cts, 0.48cts, 0.43cts and two at 0.23cts to a combined approximate total of 2.57cts

Estimate: £2,0000-3,000

Lot 166. A part suite silver cutlery
by Josiah Williams & Co (George Maudsley Jackson), London 1894, in the fiddle pattern, with double struck shell motif and bearing a crest, comprising; thirteen tablespoons, eighteen dessert spoons, three dinner forks, thirty five dessert forks and a pair of sauce ladles, park in oak canteen and part loose (71), 169oz

Estimate: £1,000-1,500

Lot 307. A large Lenci style cloth doll
with painted features, 56cm (22in.) high, another with painted features, 69cm (27in.) high and a Spanish style cloth doll with painted features, 51cm (20in.) high (3)

Estimate: £80-120

Lot 158. A continental silver pill box
maker’s mark S.G., of rectangular shape with green enamelled sides and base, the hinged lid enamelled with a scene of a young man serenading a young woman in pastoral surroundings enclosed by a green, blue and black enamelled border, 20mm x 30mm x 14mm

Estimate: £80-120

 

Lot 156. A matched part set of silver cutlery
by various makers with various dates, Thomas Chawner, London 1774, Solomen Hougham, London 1785 and others, of plain form with beaded border comprising; a basting spoon, sixteen tablespoons, eighteen dinner forks, twenty four dessert forks and twenty one dessert spoons (76), 122oz

Estimate: £800-1,200

Lot 325. An early Steiff Teddy Bear
pronounced clipped muzzle, black stitched nose, mouth and claws,, felt pads, jointed elongated limbs, pads holed, areas of wear, FF button, 31cm (12in.) high

£300-500

Lot 930. ERNEST BURNETT HOOD (Scottish 1932 – 1988)
COOLING TOWERS AT PORT DUNDAS
Oil on canvas, signed, 100 x 126cm (39 1/2 x 49 1/2″)
Ernest Hood Retrospective Exhibition label verso

Estimate: £1,000-2,000

Lot 515. A pair of Royal Worcester vases painted by J Stinton
the twin handled urn vases painted with Highland cattle against a rocky moorland loch ground, printed puce marks pattern number 2192, 27cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 92. A large Japanese bronze baluster vase
the octagonal neck supporting a large bird and smaller birds amongst blossoming branches above a gnarled tree stump, 69cm high

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 499. A large Continental Art Deco spelter figure
the male loin cloth clad athletic figure levering a large piece of granite with a long bronze pole. Standing on a slate and marble base, 33cm high x 74cm long

£400-600

Lot 400. 1980 Hong Kong Elizabeth II gold $1000
in case of issue with certificate, 22 carat gold, 15.98gms

Estimate: £300-350

Lot 308. An early Steiff Teddy Bear
with black boot button eyes, pronounced muzzle, swivel head, jointed elongated limbs with replacement pads, FF button, 31cm (12in.) high, almost bald, areas of repair. The bear is called Betty and belonged to Ann McAlpine of Kirkintilloch. The bear was sent to Canada in 1914

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 302. A Triang pressed steel Bedford Wrecker truck, No.2786
43cm (17in.) long, a German tin plate mobile crane with hand winch, 31cm (12in.) long, a pressed steel locomotive, and a Japanese tin plate battery operated Mountain Special, 3671 locomotive, 39cm (15in.) long (4)

Estimate: £100-200

Lot 298. An early French papier mache model of a Boston Terrier
articulated nodding head, with chain operated growler, wooden casters on paws, coconut ruff, 46cm (18in.) wide

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 76. A Japanese okimono of a monkey
seated and holding a chimp in one hand above a three case inro, his robe engraved with foliage and a fan, signed, 5.5cm high and a bone carving of a lady with a monkey, signed, 6cm high (2)

Estimate: £150-250

Lot 960. KATHARINE CAMERON RSW, RE (Scottish 1874 – 1965)
CHINESE BRONZES
Watercolour, signed, 44.5 x 34cm (17 1/2 x 13 1/2″)

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 257. An Alt Beck & Gottschalck bisque-headed doll
with open and close brown eyes, open mouth and painted features, jointed composition body, the head impressed AB & g, 1362 Made in Germany, 3, 11, in original clothes, 61cm (24in.) high, and a large G.K.F. (Gebrtuder Krauss) bisque-headed doll, with blue eyes and open mouth, jointed body, the head impressed, in blue long coat and matching tammy, 61cm (24in.) high (2)

Estimate: £150-250

Lot 863. ERNEST RACE (English 1913-1964) A steel framed fabric covered ‘Flamingo’ armchair
on square tapering legs and plastic castors, labelled Race Furniture circa 1950 No. 8795, 83cm high

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 653. A Belle Epoche style pendant
of finely pierced form, set with red gems and diamonds, with continental hallmarks to the edge of the frame, the largest diamond is approximately 0.25cts and surrounded with square cut red gems to a free hanging pendant, total length approx 48mm x 30mm

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 351. A Louis Vuitton cabin trunk
with three lift out drawers, with label and travel labels for Chamonix, Lausanne, metal hinged carrying handles (well worn), 80 x 47 x 49cm

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 436. A collection of red and white wine including;
Chateau de Lorme 1995 Bordeaux in wooden case, Domaine du Tariquet Cotes de Gascoigne 1989, Chateau de la Riviere Cotes de Fronsac 1970, Grants of St James’s Medoc, Bouchard Pere et Fils Chambolle Musigny 1971 (two half bottles), Bouchard Pere et Fils Chambolle Musigny 1971 (two bottles), P de Marcilly Rerserve Bourgogne 1979 (three bottles), Chateau Bellerine Medoc 1971 (two bottles), Schroder & Schyler Chateau du Garde Boreaux 1978 (two bottles), Bereich Johannisberg Riesling 1972 (white), (two bottles), La Tour St. Bonnet Medoc 1979 (seven bottles), GJG Chamberlin 1971, Respondy Blanc de Blancs Corbiere 1987, Winninger Domgaeten Mosel 1992 (white), Tollot Beaut & Fils Chorley Les Beaune 1992, Chateau Cazals Bergerac 1975, Andre Lucier Pouilly Fuisse 1962 (white), Charles Gruber Vin de Table, Armand Dartois Chateauneuf du Pape 1995, Rudolf Keller Hock (white), (one litre), Mouton Cadet Bordeaux 1979, La Tour Canon Cotes-Canon Fronsac 195

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 154. A four piece silver tea service
by T Smith & Sons, Glasgow 1899, of oval baluster shape with foliate embossing on four outswept paw feet, each piece with cartouche, monogrammed with an Italic G, 60oz

Estimate: £350-500

Lot 422. Knockando Extra Old Reserve single malt 1965
750ml, 43% volume, in presentation case

Estimate: £150-200

Lot 421A. Glenfiddich 21 Year Old pure malt scotch whisky
in pale blue Wedgewood decanter, produced to mark the centenary of the distillery in 1987. With distillery certificate, in presentation box

Estimate: £100-150

Lot 401. 1983 Bahrain gold 50 dinars proof
struck for the opening of Hamad Town. In case of issue, 22 carat gold, 15.98gms

£300-400

Lot 520. A pair of W.M.F. silver plated Jugendstil candlesticks
with pierced whiplash decoration rising in triangular stems to flower head tops and sconces, impressed marks to the base, 27.5cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 389. A Coco De Mer nut box
the double lobed Coco De Mer with a twin brass hinged lid to the interior, 25.5cm

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 266. A Continental bisque-headed musical automaton doll
with blue fixed eyes, open mouth the doll holding two parakeets, the head impressed 15/0, the head with hairline cracks, blonde wig, with underclothes and lace fringed dress, doll 31cm (12in.) high, 41cm (16in.) high overall

Estimate: £140-180

Lot 387. An early 20th Century brass and copper sextant by Spencer Browning and Co., London
the sextant in fitted wood case, the instrument engraved Henry McIvoy from his Uncle William, sextant 21.5cm

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 379. A George III rolled paper navette shape tea caddy, circa 1800
the caddy with borders of rolled paper peacock scrolls, the main body with paper scroll design of swags, flowers and ferns, faded colours and gilding, 19.5cm long x 12.5cm high, to include a printed scenic Georgian tea caddy box, each panel with castles, waterfalls and lute player with borders of thistles, shamrocks and hops, wood integral hinge, possibly Scottish, 13.5cm high x 16cm long x 11cm wide (2)

Estimate: £150-250

Lot 62. A Chinese silver three piece tea service
decorated allover with butterflies amongst chrysanthemum, bamboo and peonies divided by shield medallions, faux bamboo handles and stamped Shanghai, Woshing, the teapot 23cm wide, 17oz, cream jug 14cm wide, 5oz, sugar bowl and cover 16cm wide, 7oz (3)

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 366. A 19th Century Mauchline Tartanware hand painted scenic snuff box
the rectangular tartan box with central oval painted panel in the style of Horatio McCulloch, 6cm long x 4.5cm wide, to include a triangular McFarlane tartanware sealing wax box, the lid with hand painted scenic panel in the style of Horatio McCulloch (2)

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 359. An 18th Century sun dial
the octagonal brass face on oak backing with swivel mount on brass folding tripod base, the face marked Joseph Straton, 1752 Seward – Dublin, 45cm high

£200-300

Lot 432. A collection of Port
including Fonseca 1981, Noval LB Port, Martinez Vintage Port 1967, (four bottles), Cockburns Vintage Port 1963 (seven bottles), Noval, over 40 years old 1964, Sandeman’s Vintage Port 1963, (no label) and a small collection of other spirits, sherry etc

£400-600

Lot 475. A Royal Doulton figure ‘The Modern Pied Piper’ HN756
designed by Leslie Harradine. A rare Doulton figure modelled as an Art Deco female pied piper, printed and painted marks to the base, 21.6cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 355. An early 19th Century white metal mounted ivory snuff mull
of upright waisted form, the hinged cover set with an oval plaque monogrammed JM, the base signed “Clerk Ainslie”, 5cm high

Estimate: £300-400

Lot 865. A taxidermy model of a pink flamingo
standing on a shaped wood base, 104cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 319. An early Felix the Cat soft toy
black plush with white muzzle, stitched teeth, swivel head, straw-filled and wire skeleton, velvet eyes, 42cm (16.1/2in.) high

Estimate: £100-200

Lot 365. A Victorian mahogany photograph viewing cabinet
the front and rear fretwork panels each with four oval glazed apertures, the box with revolving action to move to the next image, with fretwork side supports on cabinet base with single drawer, 49cm high x 35cm wide

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 354. An early 20th Century Highland Light Infantry Officer’s Shako
the black cloth body with chequered band, braided cord trim, patent leather peak and white metal and gilt cap badge surmounted by a cord boss in tin box marked Herbert & Co., 16 James Street, Haymarket, London, with a sword belt (3)

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 450. An extensive 19th Century Royal Crown Derby imari pattern presentation dinner, tea and coffee service
presented to J S Sandars Esq on the occasion of his marriage as an expression of respect and esteem from the Unionist Party in Mid-Derbyshire AD 1892, comprising;
ten dinner plates
four soup plates
one large meat drainer ashet, 21.3″
three ashets, 19″, 15″, 11″
oval vegetable tureen and lid
one sauce tureen, lid and plate
four breakfast tea cups
four saucers
twelve tea plates
a slop bowl
a muffin dish and lid
twelve coffee cups
twelve saucers
a cream jug and sugar bowl
nine assorted tea and side plates
two shaped cake plates
printed and painted marks, pattern number 383 and 382 (83 pieces)
Rt. Hon John Satterfield Sandars, CVO, DCL, PC born January 1853, died 29th March 1934, married Harriet Grace Mary Don in London, 10th August 1892.
A lawyer and a scholar who became a political secretary most notably to Arthur J Balfour, Prime Minister from 1895 to 1905.
He was the son of Charles Sandars, an estate and colliery agent at Eastley End House near Thorpe, Surrey

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 8. A Chinese silver punch bowl

cast with four panels of blossoming branches above a waisted lobed socle, stamped ZEEWO, 15.5cm high,

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 972. JOHN BELLANY CBE, RA, HRSA, LLD (Lon) (Scottish 1942 – 2013)
RACHEL DOUGLAS
Watercolour, signed, 27 x 37cm (10 3/4 x 14 1/2″)

Estimate: £700-1,000

Lot 511. A 19th Century carved ivory Dieppe work triptych of a lady in medieval dress
the dress double hinged to reveal a central carved scene of mounted horsemen with standards flying, the two wings carved with a courting couple and a couple with child, 20.5cm high

£400-600

Lot 296. A late Victorian rocking horse
with animal skin covering, horse hair mane and tail, open mouth and painted teeth, on shaped wheeled base and detectable rocker with leather saddle and bridle, 75cm (29in.) wide, 75cm (29in.) high

Estimate£150-200

Lot 491. A large Moorcroft pottery ‘Anemone’ pattern jardiniere on stand
tubelined with flowers and foliage on a green ground, impressed and painted marks, 28cm high x 25cm wide, including a carved and pierced Chinese style wood stand

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 1011. JAMES GORMAN (Scottish 1931 – 2005)
TORISON (OR DANCE BY MOONLIGHT)
Oil on panel, signed and dated (19)98, 198 x 53cm (78 x 21″)
Signed and inscribed with title on panel and on Artist’s label verso

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 532. A Liberty & Co. circular patinated copper brass mirror
the mirror edge decorated with four riveted Celtic roundels, ivorine Liberty label to rear, 55.5cm wide

Estimate: £300-400

Lot 639. A five stone old cut diamond ring
of approx 1.50cts combined, the five main diamonds have rose cut diamonds set between them, all claw set to a scrolled yellow metal mount, finger size N1/2

Estimate: £1,000-1,500

Lot 979. JOHN BELLANY CBE, RA, HRSA, LLD (Lon) (Scottish 1942 – 2013)
CELTIC FABLE
Watercolour, signed and inscribed with title, 35.5 x 28cm (14 x 11″)

Estimate: £700-1,000

Lot 488. A 19th Century Sevres Bonboniere
the green porcelain with painted panels of seated lovers in a garden, highlighted with borders of raised gilding. The interior with painted flowers, with bronzed and gilded metal base, rim, handles and finial, printed marks ‘Chateau Des Tuileries’ and blue circular Sevres mark, 25cm high

Estimate: £150-250

Lot 480. A Border Fine Arts Horse Drawn Bakers Van ‘Delivered Warm’ R. Price Leyburn
model No. B0040, by Ray Ayres, Limited edition 60/1500, 24cm high, on wood base, with certificate, together with a Border Fine Arts horse drawn butcher’s wagon ‘The Opportunist’, model B0776, by Ray Ayres, Limited edition 307/1250, 15.9cms, on wood base, with certificate, and Donkey Cart ‘Delivering The Milk’, model No. AG01, by Ray Ayres, Limited edition 261/950, 15.9cm high, on wood base, with certificate (3)

Estimate: £200-400

Lot 474. A Lorenzl ivory and bronze Art Deco figure Pierrette
the figure in Pierrot costume with arms and legs raised, mounted on onyx socle. Lorenzl variation signature to the bronze base, 21cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 465. A Moorcroft ‘Fuschia’ pattern table lamp
the pear-shaped body tubelined with pink and blue flowers and foliage on a shaded green/blue ground, impressed marks and partial label to base, with original shade, base 30cm high

Estimate: £200-400

Lot 1016. JAMES GORMAN (Scottish 1931 – 2005)
BEACH COMBER (SELF PORTRAIT)
Mixed media, signed and dated 1987, 115 x 103cm (45 1/2 x 40 1/2″)
Signed and inscribed with title on Artist’s label verso

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 529. Doulton Burslem, a group of rare Australian Federation 1091 commemoratives
a large jardiniere sepia printed with garlands of roses and Australian wild flowers entitled “Australian Federation 1901”, “May the union between the colonies and the motherland now cemented by their blood be for ever maintained” Joseph Chamberlain, 23cm high x 28cm wide, to include two Doulton Burslem fern pots, one in sepia and one in green. Australian Federation 1901 decorated with Australian garlands of fuchsias. Vignettes of Sir Edmund Barton, First Prime Minister of Australia and Queen Victoria flanked by a British and Australian soldier, 12.5cm high x 13cm wide. To include a Doulton Burslem Australian Federation 1901 commemorative mug printed in green, vignettes of Victoria and Edward VII, Victoria flanked by two soldiers, vignette of Australia’s First Prime Minister, 8.75cm high x 8.5cm wide, painted factory marks (4)

Estimate; £150-250

Lot 621. A Pat Cheney and John Ditchfield silver and glass necklace
the central panel of this stylized wave form necklace has a panel of iridescent glass made by John Ditchfield of Glassform, fully hallmarked PPC 925, necklace 43cm long, central panel 44mm x 30mm

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 323. An early Steiff cat
with stitched nose and mouth, red stitched claws, white plush and velvet body, with FF button, areas of wear, 21cm (8in.) high

Estimate: £100-200

Lot 813. A 19th Century naval camphor wood cabin trunk
with leather and brass mounted panels with studded decoration, bail handles and on turned feet, 92cm wide x 53cm deep x 56cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 1042. G HARRINGTON MANN RP, RE (Scottish 1864 – 1937)
BOATS IN A HARBOUR
Oil on panel, signed and dated 1889, 16.5 x 24cm (6 1/2 x 9 1/2″)

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 965. GRAHAM McKEAN (Scottish b. 1962)
PORTRAIT OF ROBERT BURNS
Oil on canvas, signed, 30.5 x 25cm (12 x 10″)

Estimate: £350-550

Lot 601. An 18ct gold necklace and earring suite by Lydia M Meister Co
a German designer, the yellow gold necklace of modernist design with lovely fluid movement set with a 0.30ct diamond (G VS), length 42cm, with matching stud earrings each set with a diamond to the textured ground, diameter of earrings, approx 16mm both the necklace and earrings have lasered Lydia M logo, gold carat weight and diamond carat weight and colour. Retailed by Robert Anthony of Edinburgh

Estimate: £820-1,000

Lot 610. An 18ct yellow gold, moonstone and diamond retro brooch
made by prestigious Scottish silversmith Graham Leisham Stewart. Three cabouchon rainbow moonstones are held within a teardrop shaped frame with diamond terminals. Approximate dimensions 60mm x 30mm, weight 16.3gms
Graham Leisham Stewart
Has exhibited his jewellery and silver ware all over the world, items are held in private collections to include The Royal Family, The Victoria & Albert Museum, London. The Scottish Parliament, and The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths to name just a few

Estimate: £270-320

Lot 647. A twin stone diamond ring on a twist of approx 1.50cts diamond weight
the two main old cut diamonds are claw set with further grain set diamonds to both shoulders, with scroll engraving to the white metal shank, finger size K

Estimate: £600-800

Lot 642. A Victorian 18ct yellow gold sapphire ring
the shoulders are embossed with flowers surrounding the shield shaped setting, the shank is hallmarked for Birmingham 1878, finger size M

Estimate: £300-400

Lot 966. PETER HOWSON OBE (Scottish b. 1958)
FATAL ATTRACTION
Oil on canvas, signed, 76 x 61cm (30 x 24″)

Estimate: £1,800-2,500

Lot 629. An 18ct white gold three stone diamond ring
of approximately 1.12cts combined, claw set to a classic crown setting, finger size L1/2

Estimate: £450-550

Lot 967. JOHN BELLANY CBE, RA, HRSA, LLD (Lon) (Scottish 1942 – 2013)
MARRIED TO THE SEA
Watercolour, signed, 57 x 38cm (23 1/2 x 15″)

£1,000-1,500

Lot 622. A filigree bangle stamped 22ct
with cut work floral decoration and granulation detail, width across the diameter 62mm, weight 26.3gms

Esitmate: £520-600

Lot 607. A Gents 9ct Longines Quartz Presence watch
with woven link strap, weight 41.7gms, length 21cm

Estimate: £300-400

Lot 976. Manner of ANTOINE PESNE (French 1683 – 1757)
FREDERICK THE GREAT
Oil on canvas, 86 x 67cm (34 x 26 1/2″)

Estimate: £500-800

Lot 128. A Japanese bronze model of a rat
seated holding a large nut, signed on the base, 9cm long

Estimate: £100-200

Lot 800. An Arts and Crafts mirror door wardrobe
and matching display cabinet inset with mother of pearl and foliate roundels, with silvered brass cast drop ring handles, the wardrobe 200cm high x 148cm wide x 38cm deep, dressing table 15cm high x 108cm wide x 51cm deep (2)

Estimate: £300-400

Lot 835. A Dutch rosewood marquetry cabinet
the top inlaid with a foliate medallion above a long drawer and a pair of doors depicting a monarch and consort flanked by columns on square tapering legs, 93cm wide x 87cm high x 49cm deep

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 487. A Border Fine Arts ‘Regal Splendour’ (Peacock)
Millennium model No. B0364 by Richard Roberts, Limited edition 387/500, on wood base, with box and certificate

Estimate: £200-400

Lot 620. Two strings of amber beads
larger beads, biggest bead 26mm x 19mm to smallest 10mm x 7.5mm, a mixture of colours from deep orange to yellow, with swirls of light and dark colours, opaque and translucent. With rolled gold clasp. Weight approx 32.7gms, length 54cm.
Smaller beads, biggest 13.3mm x 9.9mm, smallest 11mm x 7.7mm, very similar to before in colour and transparency, weight 26gms, length 56cm

Estimate: £700-900

Lot 841. A Regency style wrought iron white painted two seater garden bench
with curved strapwork and scroll arms

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 821. A Chinese elm low rectangular table
the woven rattan top above sloping sides and on four curved legs, 157 x 97 x 44cm

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 927. MARGARET WILSON (Scottish 1864 – 1912)
SEWING BY THE MORNING LIGHT
Oil on canvas, signed, 69 x 51cm (27 x 20″)

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 938. JAMES PITTENDRIGH MACGILLIVRAY RSA (Scottish 1856 – 1938)
BUST OF A WOMAN
Bronze, signed and dated 1913, 73cm (28 3/4″)

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 928. JAMES ELDER CHRISTIE NEAC (Scottish 1847 – 1914)
GATHERING FLOWERS
Oil on canvas, signed and dated (18)90, 20 x 28cm (8 x 11″)

Estimate: £250-350

Lot 614. An 18ct five stone diamond ring
with a combined total of approximately 1ct, claw set to the plain tapered shank, finger size N1/2

Estimate: £400-600

Lot 1044. WILLIAM KENNEDY (Scottish 1859-1918)
FIGURES BEFORE THATCHED COTTAGES
oil on panel, signed, 29 x 37cm (11.1/2 x 14.1/2″) unframed

Estimate: £500-800

Lot 822. An Edwardian mahogany inlaid display cabinet on stand
the arched top above a ribbon tied harebell panel above a pair of bowfront doors flanked by astragal doors enclosing shelves and on a stand with a shelf, 213cm high x 139cm wide x 38cm deep

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 1046.  ROBERT FOWLER RWS, RI, ARCA (Scottish 1853 – 1926)
WOMAN IN DESHABILLE
Oil on canvas, signed, 56 x 40.5cm (22 x 16″)

Estimate: £500-800

Lot 981. ARCHIBALD KAY RSA, RSW (Scottish 1860 – 1935)
GATHERING HAY
Oil on canvas, signed, 30.5 x 40.5cm (12 x 16″)

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 971. JOHN MACLAUCHLAN MILNE RSA (SCOTTISH 1885 – 1957)
AFTER THE STEAMER SET SAIL
Watercolour, signed, 24 x 35.5cm (9 1/2 x 14″)

Estimate: £800-1,200

Lot 962. PETER HOWSON OBE (Scottish b. 1958)
THE STRIPTEASE ARTIST
Pastel, signed, 60 x 45cm (23 1/2 x 17 3/4″)

Estimate: £700-1,000

Lot 951. ALAN DAVIE CBE, HRSW (Scottish 1920 – 2014)
MAGIC PICTURE NO. 1
Lithograph in colours, signed, dated (19)77 and numbered 199/500, 54 x 74cm (21 1/4 x 29″)

Estimate: £350-450

Lot 939. FRANK WALTERS (British 19th/20th Century)
MENDING THE NETS, FISHING FOR SHRIMPS
Oil on canvas, signed, 40.5 x 30.5cm (16 x 12″) (2)

Estimate: £300-500

Lot 934. PETER HOWSON OBE (Scottish b. 1958)
BLUE INTERIOR
Oil on canvas, 75 x 51cm (29 1/2 x 20″)
Signed on the canvas verso

Estimate: £700-1,000