A George V engine turned silver cased timepiece, Birmingham 1922, with hinged handle, circular dial and bun feet, a Victorian silver spirits flask, Stokes & Ireland, Birmingham 1893, curved to fit the pocket, and a late 19th Century Indian silver bowl, the sides highly embossed with figures in a continuous landscape. (3)
A Victorian mahogany stereoscopic viewer, a box of cards labelled 'The Life of Christ through the stereoscope', other cards, also a number of glass slides including cathedrals, the Vatican, etc., and two St John's Ambulance wall charts of the human body.
A large late 19th Century Bavarian stoneware jardiniere, decorated in typical style, and with rams mask side handles, a similar style and period ewer, a Royal Doulton inverted baluster vase and a Royal Crown Derby triple leaf shaped blue and white dish, with panels of fishing vessels. (4)
A Royal Doulton 'Under The Greenwood Tree' series ware large jug, depicting Robin Hood, The King of Archers, similar vase, The Gleaners, and another pair, and a Stylecraft by Midwinter breakfast service, with white dot red borders.
An early 20th Century sterling mounted cut glass spike shape perfume bottle, two others, a large collection of costume jewellery, fans, stick pin, Stratton compact, Moorish boxes, The Travellers set ivory draughts, bobbin egg timer, unframed prints and engravings and a Raphael Tuck & Sons Artistic series dish.
A Japanese pear shape vase, 20th Century, painted with ducks and flowering plants, three pieces of Chinese porcelain in famille rose and verte palette, F & C Bullfinch jug, a tusk section carved with a rose, a lustre trumpet vase, gilt with birds and trees on a mottled ground, three pieces Wedgwood dinner ware, three Coronation mugs and glassware.
A Victorian cranberry glass inverted baluster jug, Royal Doulton Old King Cole character jug, Carlton ware sugar bowl, preserve dish and spoon, Wade jug and basin, a Clarice Cliff salt cellar and pepperette, unmarked, Hummell figure, Bless Us All, Beswick donkey and cat and a rabbit. (13)next page
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