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The Wilman Collection - Martel Maides Auctions
The Wilman Collection
Martel Maides Auctions
The Wilman Collection
Martel Maides Auctions
The Wilman Collection
Martel Maides Auctions
The Wilman Collection
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Lot 1
A Meissen Ornithological part dessert service
late 19th / early 20th century, comprising twenty plates
with slightly lobed, ozier moulded rims and three
square shallow serving dishes with serpentine rims and
rounded incuse corners, each decorated with a garden
or exotic bird on a branch, the rims within.ects gilt
edges, together with a pair of large square bowls, the
interiors decorated within.ects and the four sides with
a study of a bird, with underglaze blue crossed swords
and Pressnumern, the plates 8¼in. (21cm.) diameter,
the dishes 6½in. (16.5cm.) square and the bowls 10in.
(25cm.) square. (25)
£1,000-1,500
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Lot 2
A set of four English cabinet plates
late 19th century, painted centrally with exotic birds in
landscapes, within a richly gilded foliate border
reserved on a blue ground, possibly Coalport, pattern
2758, 9in. (23cm.) diameter. (4)
£150-180
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Lot 3
A three piece Belleek shell pattern tea set
with first Black mark, 1863-90, comprising teapot,
cream jug and covered sugar basin, the teapot handle
and lid finials formed as pink coral branches, the
teapot 4½in. (11cm.) high and 5in. (22.5cm.) diameter,
together with a similar larger unmarked teapot, 5¾in.
(14.5cm.) high and 6in. (15cm.) diameter. (4)
£80-120
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Lot 4
A Derby botanical plate
c.1790, painted with a central flower specimen within
a shaped border and a gilt line rim, painted blue marks
and inscribed Large Flowerd St. John's Wort, Derby
mark 141, 8½in. (22cm.) diameter.
£150-180
Two late 18th century English tea bowls
probably Caughley, c.1780, together with a matching
slop bowl, with floral and foliate decoration in
underglaze blue, overglaze iron red and gilt, the rims
with lobed blue rings, gilt lines and iron red pendant
arrow decoration, the tea bowls 33/8in. diameter, the
slop bowl 2¼in. high. (3)
£30-40
Lot 6
An English porcelain shell shaped dish
19th century, of three-lobed form, with pointed
Rococo scroll handle, painted with fruit and root
vegetables in puce, purple, yellow and green hues,
within a gilt rim, 7¾in. (19.5cm.) long, together with a
Cauldon early 20th century dessert plate, painted with
floral bouquets to the rim with grape vine moulding,
enriched in gilt, pattern number 609, 8in. (20.5cm.). (2
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£20-40
Lot 7
An English dish probably Worcester
c.1775, painted with alternate panels of Oriental
foliage in an Imari palette, blue square fret mark, 7in.
(17.5cm.) diameter.
£80-100
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Lot 8
A group of English porcelain coffee cups
including a set of four Bow style coffee cups painted
with lotuses in blue and red, a coffee cup printed with
a bowl of fruit within gilt bands, a coffee cup painted
in the Imari paletter with a band of floral decoration
heightened in gilt, bearing purple mark. (6)
£40-60
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Lot 9
A pair of English leaf shaped dishes
mid-19th century, possibly Coalport, painted with
floral bouquets to the centre and four flowers to the
rim, edged in gilt, with moulded handle, 10in. (26cm.)
long, together with an English leaf shaped dish,
painted with floral sprays, gilt rim and looped stem
handle, pattern number 847, and two english porcelain
dishes, painted to the centre with pink flowers, one a
rose, one a chrysanthemum, within gilt banding,
pattern 857, 8¼in. (21cm) diameter. (4)
£40-60
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Lot 10
Guernsey interest: A 19th century Staffordshire
transfer printed plate
in lilac 'Claremont' pattern by B&S, printed factory
mark verso, the rim with black printed oval cartouche
inscribed 'Ebenezer Chapel Guernsey', 7¾in. (19.7cm.)
diameter.
£40-60
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Lot 12
A pair of George, Jones & Sons ornithological plates
fourth quarter of the 19th century, depicting birds in
landscapes within gilt rims, impressed marks to
bottom, pattern mark 5336, 8¾in. (22cm.) diameter. (2
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£20-30
Lot 13
A miniature English porcelain jug
c.1830, of octagonal form, painted with a panel of
roses and poppies reserved on a pale pink ground,
enriched with gilt, 2in. (5cm.) high.
£20-30
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Lot 11
A 19th century English porcelain shaped oval lidded
dish
the deeply curved serpentine sides and lid heavily
encrusted with sprays of flowers and foliage, the
domed lid surmounted by a twisted tree branch with
similar decoration, the base raised by the exaggerated
shaped sides terminating in many feet, the interior of
the base moulded with a compressed scallop shell
design, 5½in. (14cm.) high, 10in. (25.5cm.) long,
broken and restored.
£40-60
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Lot 14
An English porcelain footed finger bowl and jug
second quarter of the 19th century, probably
Rockingham, the shallow bowl on low pedestal foot,
decorated with gilt banding and anthemion, the interior
with polychromed floral bouquets in gilt cartouches
reserved on a pale blue ground, the jug of bulbous
form with elngoated neck with matching decoration,
jug 8¾in. (22cm.) high, bowl 8in. (20cm.) diameter. (2
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£120-150
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Lot 15
A Chelsea cabbage leaf dish
c.1753-1758, red anchor period, in the form of an open
cabbage leaf, with a curved stem issuing puce moulded
veins, the leaves edged in green shading to light
yellow, painted with floral spray to the centre,
scratched inscription, 9¾in. (21cm.) long.
£100-150
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Lot 16
A Coalport Feltspar sucrier and cover
c.1820, the rotund body with moulded floral wreaths
and painted floral bouquets, the shaped rim with
scallop shell moulded decoration edged in gilt, iron red
mark to base, together with six saucers painted with
floral bouquets and moulded decoration to the rim,
bearing the same Coalport mark, and six teacups, early
19th century, with similar moulded and painted
decoration, one tea cup with green 'D' mark. (14)
£100-150
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Lot 17
An English porcelain vase of campagna form
possibly Rockingham, c.1860, with everted rim and
two handles to the waisted bowl which is decorated
with a finely painted floral spray framed by rococo and
starred trellis gilding with smaller cartouches of
similar decoration to the rear and foot, all on a
background of cobalt blue, the inner rim with gilded
stylised flowers and leaves, height 5¾in. (14.5cm.),
stem a/f.
£60-80
Lot 18
A H&R Daniels part dinner service
early 19th century, painted with flowers within
anthemion and leaf gilt border and relief grape
moulded decoration, comprising: a dish on stand, two
trefoil dishes, two diamond shaped dishes, a
rectangular dish and seven plates, pattern 3835. (13)
£150-200
Lot 19
A Worcester bell shaped mug
c.1775, painted with 'Fancy Birds' in a landscape,
within gilt C-scroll cartouches, reserved on an applegreen ground, 6in. (15.5cm.) high.
*Similar example illustrated on the cover of Stratton,
D., Mugs and Tankards, 1975 Ed.
£150-200
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of pink, blue and yellow flowers, the conforming cover
with a yellow floral finial, height 4½in. (11.5cm.), lid
restored.
£50-70
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Lot 20
A saucer from a Flight Barr and Barr tea service
c.1820, the grisaille painted shells and seaweed within
gilt rims, 7in. (18cm.) diameter, together with a
Newhall style helmet shape milk jug, with floral
painted decoration, an English porcelain teacup,
c.1860, inside the cup heavily gilded with geometric
and foliate pattern, with two vignettes of flowers and a
central floral cartouche with roses, the body with gilt
grape vine pattern, 2½in. (6.5cm.) high, together with
a pair of late 19th century fluted English teacups,
possibly Rockingham, with cornflower sprigs, a
Davenport green-ground saucer, c. 1850 with gilt
decoration, pattern 2567, two mid-19th century
English blue-ground saucers, with rich foliate and
scroll gilding, pattern 6446, an English saucer with
floral decoration, an English teacup of London bell
shape, painted with floral bouquets, and c-scroll and
tulip gilding, and an English porcelain coffee cup
painted with cornflowers, crown mark. (11)
£100-150
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Lot 21
An early 20th century part tea service
decorated in the Aesthetic style, with a band of
alternating hexagonal panels of flowers and abstract
green ground panels within gilt key fret borders,
comprising nine saucers, eleven tea cups, seven coffee
cups, two plates and one slop bowl. (30)
£100-150
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Lot 22
An English porcelain lidded ink and quill stand
c.1850, the tapering, fluted white body on a short stem
and circular foot with pieced scrolled rim, decorated
with turquoise and gold, the foot with applied sprigs
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Lot 23
A Coalport green ground scent bottle and stopper
circa 1840, of squat cushion shape, moulded with
scrolls to the body on a pierced foot, the shoulder
painted with flowers sprays, with gilt detailing to the
neck, marked 'Coalport', 5in. (13cm.) high.
£100-120
Lot 24
A Worcester junket dish
late 18th century, finely painted with loose scattered
floral sprays with gilt rims, 9¾in. 925cm.), together
with a quatrefoil dish and six plates with the same
decoration. (8)
£40-60
Lot 25
A Spode part desert service
c.1830, of octagonal form, painted with flowers, fruit,
insects and butterflies, the rims decorated with a plum
ground with gilt foliated decoration, marked 'Spode,
Felspar porcelain', comprising: twelve dessert plates,
three bowls, three small oval dishes, and four large
oval dishes. (22)
£200-250
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Lot 26
A Coalport Coalbrookdale porcelain three-handled
vase
c.1850, of waisted, ovoid form, with a scalloped
triform rim supporting three foliate mounted strap
handles, raised on a flared, flute moulded base with
conforming collar, the body with applied swags of
finely made flowers tied with ribbons behind each
handle, with conforming finely painted floral swagged
decoration, floral sprays and gilded scrolls and bows to
the body and foot, 12¾in. (32cm.) high, off at base and
two handles detached, restored.
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Lot 27
A Coalport floral encrusted sugar bowl and cover
mid-19th century, of deep circular form with twin twig
handles and domed cover, painted with floral bouquets
and insects, with gilt borders, the lid centered with a
tulip finial, marked 'Coalport' to the base, 6½in.
(16.5cm.) high. (2)
£80-120
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Lot 28
A Coalport jug painted by Fred Howard
c.1900, of squat bulbous form with fluted body on
shaped foot, elaborately painted with spring garden
flowers, enriched with gilt decoration, signed F.
Howard to the body, 7¼in. (18.5cm) high.
£80-100
Lot 30
An English porcelain cream jug
mid-19th century, the compressed ribbed bulbous body
painted with yellow and green leaves below a yellow
band heightened with gilt foliate and vine decoration,
on three moudled feet with stylised twig handle, the
spout painted with two floral sprays of pink roses and
forget-me-nots, 5in. (13cm.) high.
£30-40
Lot 31
A 19th century treacle glazed stoneware jelly mould
of tapering circular form with ribbed sides, 9½in.
(24cm.).
£20-30
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An English inkwell
early 19th century, of crown shape, with moulded
body on three foliate scroll feet, painted with bouquets
of flowers within cartouches, reserved on a green
ground with pale yellow and gilt decoration, 4½in.
(11.5cm.) high.
£80-100
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waistcoat, the lady with rosy cheeks wearing a purple
skirt, together with seven other pieces. (9)
£10-20
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Lot 32
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A Dresden desk set
late 19th century, of shaped rectangular form, with two
inkwells and covers, painted with floral bouquets,
reserved on a green scale ground with gilt scroll
borders, the matching pots with purple and orange
floral sprays, marked to the underside, 7½in. (19cm.)
long, one cover replaced.
£80-100
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Lot 34
A Samson Chelsea-style plate
late 19th/early 20th century, with feather moulded rim
in brown, painted with three strawberry plants and
insects, gold anchor mark, 9in. (23cm.) diameter.
£30-40
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Lot 37
A Copeland botanical plate
c.1865, painted to the centre with garden flora
including heather, within an elaborately moulded gilt
border reserved on a pink ground, with gilt rope-twist
rim, green printed mark, 8¾in. (22.5cm.) diameter.
£60-80
Lot 33
A Chelsea feather-moulded spiral gadrooned bowl
c.1755-58, typically painted with cherries, strawberries
figs, and scattered moths, brown line rim, brown
anchor mark, 9in. (23cm.) diameter.
£100-150
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A mid-20th century English part tea service
of fluted form, with pink and blue foliate decoration,
within gilt rims, comprising twelve tea cups, eleven
saucers, ten plates, a milk jug, and a bowl and stand.
(36)
£30-50
Lot 35
Two English porcelain figures of a gallant and a lady
the gallant with pink lustre jacket and yellow
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Lot 38
A Dixon & Co. Sunderland lustre bowl
circa 1815, the exterior decorated with three panels,
the interior with three panels including the mariner's
arms, 'A Sailor's Farewell' and 'A View of the iron
bridge over the River Wear', impressed mark, 11½in.
(29cm.) diameter, cracked.
£60-80
Lot 39
A Bloor Derby topographical plate
c.1830, painted with a 'View in North Wales' named
iron-red on the underside, edged with gilt arrowheads,
within an elaborate gilded border of stylised anthemia
issuing foliate scrolls and branches on a cobalt blue
ground within a gadrooned silver-shaped rim, 8¾in.
(22.5cm.) diameter.
£100-150
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2¼in. (6cm.) high.
£40-60
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Lot 40
A Worcester cabinet plate
late 19th century, painted centrally with a floral
bouquet of roses and tulips, the moulded rim painted
with garden flowers and relief thistle and floral
decoration, enriched in gilt, 'Worcester 123' mark in
red, 8¾in. (22.5cm.) diameter.
£80-100
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Lot 41
A Loving Cup in the Rockingham Pottery style
late 19th century, modelled with twin handles with a
frontal grotesque face, with brown slip glaze, 4½in.
(11.5cm) high.
£20-30
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Lot 44
A Sampson Bridgwood and Son part tea service
the service of hexagonal form with pink pink daisies
and green leaves within gilt rims, comprising: eight tea
cups, twelve saucers, twelve plates, two sandwich
plates and two bowls. (36)
£150-200
Lot 45
A Samson after Bow porcelain chamberstick
c.1880, in the form of two exotic birds perched in a
tree, the branches applied with leaves and small
flowers forming a figure of eight, the trunk similarly
decorated, one branch curving from the base around
the back of the trunk forming a handle with shell
thumb-piece, on a rounded base decorated with
moulded scrolls, highlighted in pale blue and gilt, the
base marked Modèle Samson in black script, 9½in.
(24cm.) high, restorations.
£80-120
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A Swansea plate
c.1815, painted with colourful flowers sprigs and small
bouquets within a gilt dentil rim, impressed
SWANSEA, 8½in. (21.5cm.) diameter.
£80-120
Lot 46
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Lot 43
An early Bow famille rose coffee cup
with moulded prunus flower decoration, painted in the
famille rose palette beneath a green diaper border,
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A Spode plate
c.1825, painted to the center with birds in a landscape,
the rims with white relief floral motifs and dentil
gilding, marked 'Spode Felspar Porcelain', pattern
number 3542, 8¼in. (21cm.) diameter, together with
an English twin-handled cake plate, mid-19th century,
painted centrally with two parrots on branches in a
garden, the moulded scallop shell rim richly gilded
with foliate scroll and geometric motifs, 9¼in.
(23.5cm.) diameter and an oriental style plate with gilt
gadrooned rim, and three vignettes of an exotic bird on
a branch, enriched with gilt grape vine motifs, 8¾in.
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(22cm.) diameter. (3)
£60-80
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Lot 47
Two pearlware blue and white teacups
18th century, painted with ornate floral decoration to
the body, together with matching saucers, 5in. (13cm.)
diameter. (4)
£60-80
Lot 48
A Chamberlain's Worcester soup bowl
early 19th century, with shaped gadrooned rim,
painted with floral bouquets, pattern number 1243,
impressed 'Chamberlains', 10in. (26cm.) diameter,
together with a pair of English porcelain plates with
moulded rims heightened in gilt and bright
polychrome floral decoration, 8½in. (21.5cm.)
diameter, and an English porcelain plate painted with
floral bouquets of roses and daisies with floral sprays
within a gilt dentil rim, with printed iron-red mark and
incised A. (4)
£30-40
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Lot 49
A Chelsea-Derby spiral fluted tea bowl
c.1770, moulded with leaves and painted with a band
of green clover with gilt dentil rim, gilt anchor-D
mark, 2in. (5cm.) high, together with an English tea
bowl with mazarine blue and gilt band, and a pair of
English fluted tea bowls and two matching saucers
with gilt floral bouquets. (6)
£80-100
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Lot 50
A large English late-19th century pottery Lazy Susan
of eight angular-lobed form, the shallow raised edge
decorated in blue with a band of stylised leaves
interspersed with quatrefoils and rectangular florettes,
the edge decorated with Adam style classical motifs
and trailing swags of flowers, standing on a
conforming outswept base, 18in. (46cm.) diameter.
£30-50
Lot 51
A group of ceramics and glass
including a Japanese 20th century tea caddy depicting
a dragon chasing a flaming pearl, a Limoges trefoil
platter with poppy decoration, and a Mats Jonasson
crystal figure of an elephant. (16)
£20-30
Lot 53
A Continental armorial mug
late 19th century, of squat bulbous form, with everted
rim on shallow foot, the count's armorial in frontal
cartouche, reserved on a black ground with elaborate
gilt scrolls and festoons with floral swags below a
bird, the inside lip with foliate gilt pattern and
concentric gilt circles, 3½in. (9cm.) high, together with
two Continental squat bulbous mugs and saucers, with
heavy gilding and figurative panels, one of a tax
collector, the other of two men smoking, impressed
marks, 3¾in. (9.5cm.) high. (5)
£80-100
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Lot 54
A matched set of Sèvres style soup plates
18th and 19th century, painted with loose bouquets
and flower sprays, with gilt and blue line rims, various
date letters and painters marks, 9½in. (24cm.)
diameter. (6)
£60-80
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Lot 55
A 19th century Continental teacup and saucer
probably Furstenberg, of bulbous form with everted lip
with gilt banding, painted with Admiral Nelson within
a gilt laurel wreath, painter 'A. Geyer', underglaze blue
F. mark, 3¼in. (8cm.) high, the saucer with gilt
banding, impressed '84'. (2)
£20-30
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Lot 56
A pair of 19th century Continental Capodimonte style
porcelain vases
c.1870, of flattened inverted baluster shape with raised
'pagoda' necks and twin gilded Oriental latticework
handles, decorated with raised highly coloured
Oriental motifs and scenes of Oriental figures pouring
tea and feeding chickens in garden settings, one base
with blue crossed sword mark, 8in. (20cm.) high, lack
covers, one handle missing, restoration. (2)
£30-50
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Lot 57
A Minton porcelain dessert plate
c.1830, painted with a basket of polychromed flowers
within a claret border and moulded gilt rim, pattern
number 304, 7¼in, (18.5cm.) diameter.
£60-80
Lot 58
A Meissen style floral plate
late 19th century,of shaped circular form with an altozier moulded border, painted with a central floral
bouquet with roses and tulips, and floral sprays to the
rim edged in gilt, blue underglaze crossed swords,
pressnumern10' and overglaze black '3', 9¾in. (25cm.)
diameter, together with a Meissen style shaped soup
plate with ozier moulded rim, c.1750, painted with
Deutsche Blumen, with brown edge rim, blue crossed
swords mark, 9¼in. (23.5cm.) diameter. (2)
£40-60
Lot 59
A mid-19th century English porcelain egg cup stand
of oval form with a twisted leaf and ring handle,
decorated in apple green and enriched with gilt, the six
egg cups painted with roses and other flowers, 7½in.
(19cm.) long, one cup matched.
£80-120
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Lot 60
A Samson Meissen style floral soup plate
19th century, with shaped moulded basket weave rim
and gilt edge, painted in puce to the centre with a floral
bouquet featuring an iris and smaller floral sprays to
the rim, underglaze blue crossed swords marks and gilt
'x', 9½in. (24cm.) diameter.
£30-50
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A 19th century decoupage decorated stoneware
baluster vase
c.1850, the découpage in floral fabric cut away to
reveal the cream painted body and a band of gilt
decoration around the neck and base, 9¾in. (24.5cm.)
high.
£40-60
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Lot 62
A quantity of 18th and 19th century ceramics for
restoration
including a Rockingham teapot circa 1835, an early
19th century famille rose tankard, two blue and white
porcelain figures, and others. (15) A/F
£50-70
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Lot 63
An unusual late 19th century musical porcelain cabinet
plate
in the manner of Sevres, centred by a hand painted
scene of two maidens seated reading in a garden,
within a blue border with three floral reserves bordered
by gilt rushes, the deep base containing a musical
movement with two airs, with original handwritten
label, no.284, 9 1/8in. (23.3cm.) diameter, 2 1/8in.
(5.4cm.) high.
£60-80
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Lot 64
A Spode Felspar armorial plate
early 19th century, with central painted crest below a
banner with motto 'Deeds Shew', within an apple green
border with gadrooned gilt rim, puce printed mark,
impressed '16', 9¼in. (23.5cm.) diameter, together
with an English porcelain plate, in the Flight Barr and
Barr style, late 19th century, painted with a bird and
flowers to the centre within an apple green and gilt
rim, elaborate puce state mark verso, pattern number
6750, 9¼in. (23.5cm.) diameter. (2)
£40-60
Lot 65
A Worcester part tea service
c.1800-10, of spiral fluted ogee form, with gilt floral
sprays and edgings, comprising: an oval teapot, cover
and stand, a sugar bowl and cover, seven coffee cups,
six tea bowls, and six saucers. (24)
£300-400
Lot 66
An early 20th century French part dinner service
with cerise band and gilt rims, crested with motto
'mirabilia in profunois', bearing retailers mark, LPC
Vauvray, Paris, comprising: a tureen and cover, a
sauce jug with incorporated stand, a serving platter,
twenty one plates, three soup bowls, and one dinner
plate. (27)
£100-150
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Lot 67
A Continental late 19th century plate
painted centrally with a gentleman wearing a pointed
hat sat beside a tree using a telescope, within a gilt leaf
and berry border, 8½in. (21.5cm.) diameter.
£30-40
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Lot 68
A Derby rimmed bowl
1806-1825, the gilt rim painted with floral sprays in
pink, blue and green with gilt leaves, red crown mark
above crossed battons and D below, 10in. (25.5cm.)
diameter.
£40-60
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Lot 69
A majolica flat-sided octagonal teapot by BrownWesthead, Moore & Co
c.1885, the dark blue and ochre body with central
circle enclosing a pale blue lobed square with moulded
shrub decoration on a beige, lined background, the
square section spout with similar decoration, with two
slab feet, angular handle and oblong canted lid with
floral finial, impressed linear star mark to base, 6¾in.
(16.5cm.) high, restored, together with a fish shaped
majolica teapot in green glaze with lilac fin edges and
side curling tail lying in a pale blue sea with a wave
breaking over the back forming the handle, the base
with impressed Brownfield and lozenge registration
marks, c.1870, 7in. (18cm.) long, chipped. (2)
£80-120
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Lot 70
A set of six English famille rose tea bowls
late 19th century, painted with pink floral decoration
and purple line swags below a green diaper band. (12)
£60-80
Lot 71
A Furstenberg coffee cup and saucer
20th century, with green rims and pink floral sprig
decoration, together with two Baynes & Co.
Coronation mugs depicting King Edward and Queen
Alexandra, and six other pieces. (10)
£10-20
Lot 72
A set of four early 19th century pink lustre tea bowls
and saucers
c.1810, of small proportions, the bowls decorated with
a thin trailing green vine with lustre leaves and flower
buds and iron red peonies, the bowls 2¾in. (7cm.)
diameter. (8)
£20-30
Lot 73
A mid-19th century style ironstone china bowl
decorated inside and out in the Imari palette with
peonies, foliage, an Oriental screen and other
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motifs, the base with an underglaze blue transfer
printed Ironstone China mark, 11¼in. (28.5cm.)
floral platter with lilac floral decoration, an English
mid-20th century plate with pink and orange rose
decoration and a blue and white stand. (5)
£20-30
£20-30
74.
75.
76.
Lot 74
A porcelain green-ground clock and stand
third quarter of the 19th century, moulded with
elaborate gilt-edged scrollwork, the front painted with
a hunting scene with hounds and men on horseback
below the clock face with enamelled Roman dial, the
back and sides reserved with floral panels and
elaborate gilt-edged acanthus leaf scroll work,
surmounted by a dog attacking a stag, the pedestal
similarly decorated, with painted scene of a hound
within moulded gilt-edged scrollwork with dog's head
terminals, raised on four paw feet with scallop shells
on the knees, French eight day brass movement,
'DUCHAUCHOIS A BOULOGNE' striking on a bell,
20½in. (52cm.) high.
£800-1,000
77.
Lot 75
A Höchst porcelain vase shaped scent flask
early 20th century,the body with an applied, mythical
crane-like bird standing beside an iris and other
foliage, an eagle attacking the crane's outstretched
wing verso, the background with raised green grasses
and enamel paintedin.ects, on a circular base with sixspoke wheel mark, 8¼in. (21cm.) high, stopper
missing, minor losses.
£40-60
78.
Lot 76
A large blue and white platter
early 20th century, painted with blue and white floral
decoration, 21in. (53.5cm.) long, together with a a blue
and white platter with feather moulded rim, a
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A Meissen figure of an 18th century lady
late 19th / early 20th century, with decorator's mark 'J.
Sch' in red and Pressnumer, standing on a square
naturalistic base with moulded scrolls and gilded
highlights, holding a pannier of flowers and a posy in
her hand, wearing an upturned tricorn hat with an
applied spray of flowers, a pink striped and blue floral
decorated underskirt with the pale green overskirt
partially folded up to her waist, her yellow ground
jacket with brown floral decoration opened at the front
revealing a blue striped bodice, a central panel of
netting and a spray of flowers to one side, standing
before a small tree trunk between two rocks, the base
with underglaze blue crossed sword mark and incised
B65, 19in.(48cm.) high, minor losses to foliage and
flowers, possible restoration to fingers on one hand.
£800-1,200
Lot 78
A set of four French Empire style sauceboats on stands
modelled as heavily gilt swans with heads on their
breasts, the neck forming the handles, the wings
ungilded, on oval stands, the base of each piece
marked 'M: Imple de Sèvres' in red script, the swans
4in. (10cm.) long. (8)
£50-70
Lot 79
Two Derby (Stevenson & Hancock) figures of a
shepherd and a flower seller
19th century, each on a floral encrusted naturalistic
The Wilman Collection
turquoise and gilt scroll base, the shepherd modelled
holding a lamb under his arm, in black brimmed hat,
claret overcoat, rose trimmed waistcoat and yellow
striped breeches, before a tree stump, Stevenson &
Hancock mark to base (1859-1866), 7in. (18cm.) high,
the lady carrying a basket of flowers, in lilac and rose
striped pattern skirt, puce marks, 7¼in. (18cm.) high.
(2)
£200-300
82.
80.
Lot 80
A Continental Blanc de Chine figure of a lady
c.1860, wearing an ankle length dress with puff
sleeves and a low-cut bodice, seated atop a pedestal
and holding a basket of flowers on her knees, within a
group of three conjoined baskets with floral encrusted
rims, on a tri-lobed, moulded, leaf-strewn base, with
underglaze blue crossed swords and star mark (similar
to that of Limbach), 9in. (23cm.) diameter, figure off
and restored.
£60-80
83.
81.
Lot 81
A late-19th century Meissen style figural biscuit barrel
and cover
depicting three Putti with grape vine wreathes in their
hair beside a partially gilded wine barrel, two with
filled grape baskets on their backs, one climbing a
ladder, the third lyng in front of the barrel holding a
glass beneath the spigot, on a floral decorated grassy
base, the cover surmounted by a fourth putto standing
hip-deep in the barrel, treading the grapes, the base
with underglaze blue crossed swords and star mark,
13in. (33cm.) high, restoration.
£200-300
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Lot 82
A Grainger & Co. Worcester pate-sur-pate moon flask
late 19th century, of green coloured ground on footed
base, with applied short twin scroll handles enriched in
gilt to the shoulder of the flask, the front with apples in
low-relief and the reverse with gilt geometric
decoration, impressed mark, 8in. (20cm.) high,
together with a 'Worcester' (Kerr and Binns) late 19th
century moon flask, with mazarine blue ground and
gilded sprig decoration in the Aesthetic manner, marks
to base, 5½in. (14cm.) high. (2)
£150-200
Lot 83
An imposing pair of yellow-ground Meissen style
vases and covers
19th century, of inverted baluster form with applied
openwork twisted vine decoration, the branches
terminating in flowers and leaves and enclosing oval
painted scenes depicting a lady in country costume
beside a tree in a rustic setting, holding either a bird or
flowers to each side, the bases and domed covers
decorated with various exotic birds, the covers with
large floral finials, the bases with underglaze blue
crossed swords marks with dots (similar to that of the
Marcolini period), 18in. (46cm.) high, minor losses. (2
)
£400-600
Lot 84
A Leeds Art Pottery stand
of trefoil form with central stand, moulded with
dolphin grotesques, 18in. (46cm.) wide, 6in. (15cm.)
high.
£300-500
The Wilman Collection
88.
85.
Lot 85
A Clarice Cliff bowl
the circular bowl with bowed sides moulded with
concentric rings, decorated with two deeply moulded
parrots in blue, green and yellow perched on a tree
branch, printed factory mark to base, 4½in. (11.5cm.)
high, 9in. (23cm.) diameter.
£50-60
89.
86.
Lot 89
An early 19th century Staffordshire group of a lady
and gentleman
she wearing a high-waisted dress in pink, orange and
red and a large yellow and pink bonnet with feathers,
one hand resting on a parasol, the other on the arm of
the gentleman wearing a black tailcoat and a top hat,
on a flat square base, 8¾in. (22.5cm.) high,
restoration.
£50-70
Lot 86
A 19th century Staffordshire figure of a Scottish piper
c.1840, wearing a red jacket over a green tartan kilt
with red and blue stripes, standing on a grassy mound
above a yellow stepped oval hollow base, 9in. (23cm.)
high, restoration.
£60-80
90.
87.
A finely potted late-Victorian Arts & Crafts style jug
glazed in cobalt blue, the flattened bullet shaped body
on a shallow foot rim and with a broad, cylindrical
neck and wide, flared rim, the S-shaped handle in the
form of a snake, 6¼in. (16cm.) high.
£30-40
Lot 87
A Continental porcelain vase in the form of a Oriental
carved elephant tusk
c.1900, of flattened oval form, the body with a raised
scene of two Japanese robed figures carrying farm
implements in a mountainous background, on a flared
foot rim, the base with an applied crowned lozenge
with incised blue 'R W', 8¼in. (20.5cm.) high, chip to
foot rim.
£40-60
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Lot 90
A James Sadler & Sons Art Deco teapot in the form of
a racing car
c.1938, in green glaze with silver lustre highlights,
bearing number plate 'OKT42', impressed 'Made in
England', registration number '820236', 9in. (23cm.)
long.
£80-100
Lot 91
Four Meissen style Continental porcelain miniature
figures of children
late 19th century, comprising a winged figure with a
knife in her belt, a dancing figure playing a triangle, a
figure holding a walking stick and a basket and a
dancing figure holding her long dress with one hand,
three with blue crossed sword marks on the unglazed
bases and incised numbers, the fourth, winged
The Wilman Collection
figure with a single underglaze blue sword mark and
impressed number 4, all approx. 3½in. (8.5cm.) high,
restorations. (4)
£60-80
95.
92.
93.
94.
Lot 92
A pratt ware clock figurine
18th century, with ochre sponged decoration, the face
with claret borders and the bottom register of the clock
with moulded swag decoration painted in blue and
green, 8¼in. (21cm.) high.
£80-120
Lot 93
A Sunderland pink lustre 'hunting' jug
c.1850, moulded with a stag attacked by two spotted
dogs, beneath which is the impressed title 'Epsom
Cup', the reverse decorated with two stags beside a
tree, with branch handle, 8in. (20cm.) high,
restoration, together with a bulbous ovoid Sunderland
pink lustre jug, c.1830, decorated with foliage and
vines, 4¾in. (22cm.) high. (2)
£40-60
96.
Lot 94
Two small Royal Crown Derby dishes
in the Imari pattern with extensive gilding, the larger
of lobed circular shape and the smaller a serpentine
sided square, both with printed iron red factory mark
and England in red and pattern no. 1128 in script, the
circular dish also impressed 'Derby 1917', 5½in.
(14cm.) diameter, the smaller dish 3¼in. (8.25cm.)
diameter. (2)
£60-80
97.
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Lot 95
A collection of early 20th century Continental
Modernist style ceramics
including a brown ground double handled vase, with
blue geometric banding to the shoulder, 8½in. (22cm.)
high, a vase with cylindrical tapered sides decorated
with flowers in the style of the Aesthetic movement
with blue, brown and yellow lustre, 'O.R.' triangle
marks, 7½in. (19cm.) high, a bowl with black and
puce wave decoration, two vases with blue and white
decoration and a vase with floral moulded decoration.
(6)
£80-100
Lot 96
A Shelley part coffee service
mid-20th century, decorated with blue and white bird
and floral decoration and gilt banding, gilt pattern
number 10413, and makers mark to base, comprising:
a coffee pot, six coffee cups, six saucers, a sugar bowl
and cream jug. (15)
£40-60
Lot 97
A pair of unusual double ended, twin handled salt
glaze sauce boats
by James F. Wileman, c.1880, the serpentine sided
boats with integral stands, decorated with red printed
floral decoration, impressed marks to base, 9¾in.
(25cm.) long. (2)
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
98.
99.
100.
Lot 98
A Royal Worcester dinner service
c. 1967, in the 'Chamberlain' pattern, designed for the
Prince Regent in 1811, with yellow and red floral
decoration, comprising: a coffee pot, a sugar bowl, a
large platter, a small platter, two sauce boats with
plates, three serving dishes with covers, a milk jug,
eight soup bowls, eight side plates, nine dinner plates,
six tea cups and six saucers. (49)
£400-600
101.
Lot 99
A Grainges of Worcester part tea service
early 20th century, with foliate pink, red and gilt
decoration and blue banding, comprising a tea pot,
milk jug, sugar basin and cover, two plates, nine
saucers and five tea cups. (19)
£70-90
102.
Lot
100
A Royal Worcester conch shell wall pocket
c.1870, a gilded branch of coral forming the hanger,
the base with iron red factory mark, the coral with
impressed factory and diamond registration marks,
10¾in. (27.5cm.) long, together with a smaller Royal
Worcester conch shell with pink glazed interior set on
circular rocky base, with poorly impressed factory
mark, 5in. (12.5cm.) long and a similar Branksome
China conch shell vase, 6¾in. (17.5cm.) long. (3)
£60-80
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Lot
101
An ivory ground Royal Worcester reticulated bowl and
cover
the circular lobed and fluted body on a shallow foot
rim with gilded lines, the domed lid with a bladed
knop to the spire knob and gilt lines, 5¼in. (13.5cm.)
high, the base with green printed factory mark, date
code for 1912 and G202, lid restored.
£30-40
Lot
102
A Royal Worcester, ivory, blush, green and gold pot
pourri vase
c.1905, modelled as a bird with outstretched wings on
a rocky base with circular foot, holding a reticulated
amphora shaped vase aloft pierced with entwined
scrolls and winged masks, dark green printed maker's
mark and 'G11' to base, 7½in. (19cm.) high, lacks
cover.
£40-60
Lot
103
A Locke & Co. Worcester ivory and blush biscuit
barrel in the form of a pineapple
c.1900, with a silver plated rim, handle and lid, the
handle with two metal strands conjoined by four
elongated, stemmed leaves, 5½in. (24cm.) high.
£30-40
The Wilman Collection
104.
105.
106.
Lot
104
A red-ground stoneware plate
early 20th century, with shaped rim and floral
decoration in yellow, green and blue, together with a
Limoges Chantilly plate, with Kakiemon decoration, a
Shancock & Sons Corona Ware bowl with floral
decoration, a large blue and white bowl with peony
decoration and plus three others. (7)
£10-20
107.
Lot
105
A Continental porcelain figure of a scantily clad
maiden
c.1870, with a sprigged toga-like drape over one
shoulder, holding a posy and standing beside a shaped
garden urn on a rocky mound, the front of the base
with a raised rococo design with gilded highlights, the
base with blue crossed swords and a red 7, 8¾in.
(22cm.) high, restoration to one hand.
£60-100
108.
Lot
106
An assembled Wedgwood blue Jasperware trinket set
late 19th / early 20th century, comprising a pair of
candlesticks, a ring stand, a lidded hair tidy, a small,
lidded oblong dish, a taper holder and a heart shaped
pin tray, all with bands of classical scenes and floral
decoration, each impressed 'Wedgwood' and some
with numerals, the pin tray impressed 'England', the
candlesticks 5¼in. (13.5cm.) high, together with a
small Adams Tunstall vase of similar pattern. (8)
£60-80
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Lot
107
Two Wedgwood blue Jasperware lidded jugs
late-19th / early 20th century, of tapering cylindrical
form with rope-twist handles, encircled by female
figures wearing Greek-style classical dress and
children and animals amongst trees, both impressed
'Wedgwood', one with metal lid, 6¼in. (16cm.) high,
lid detached, the other with a sprung metal lid, 61/8in.
(15.5cm.) high. (2)
£30-50
Lot
108
A mid-19th century salt-glazed figural tobacco jar
in the form of a Dickensian gentleman wearing a top
hat and with a cane tucked under his forearm, the head
and shoulders forming the lid in a lighter glaze and
probably matched, 12in. (30.5cm.) high, arm off and
repaired, minor losses, together with a treacle glaze jug
in the shape of a tapering tree trunk with raised
moulded decoration of men seated at tables, smoking
and drinking, 8½in. 21cm.) high. (2)
£50-70
Lot
109
A late-19th century Wedgwood dark blue Jasperware
cylindrical biscuit barrel
with silver plated rim, lid and foot rim, supported on
three ball feet, body with a scene of ladies in
diaphanous classical dress carrying flowers and ritual
objects and accompanied by putti, in a rustic setting,
the base impressed 'Wedgwood' and 'A', 6in. (15cm.)
high excluding handle.
£50-70
The Wilman Collection
stand, 4¾in. (12cm.) high. (2)
£80-120
110.
Lot
110
A 19th century Wedgwood dark blue Jasperware three
piece tea set
of flattened bullet shape, comprising a teapot, cream
jug and sucrier, decorated with foliate bands and
classical female figures and animals accompanied by a
child, the ladies bearing flowers and fruit performing
rites in a rural setting, the bases impressed
'Wedgwood', 5½in. (14cm.) high, together with a later
matching teapot stand encircled by a band of oak
leaves and acorns. (4)
£80-120
113.
Lot
113
Three mid-19th century salt glazed jugs
comprising one in the form of a banded and tapered
barrel with branch handle and applied mask of a girl
with grapes in her hair, the base incised 'N C', 8¾in.
(22cm.) high, together with an inverted baluster form
jug with applied mask, 7¼in. (18.5cm.) high, repair to
neck and a smaller jug of slender tapering form with
rope-twist handle and two bands of decoration
depicting a stag hunt and tavern scene, 5¾in. (14.5cm.
) high, cracked, together with a salt glaze Ridgway jug,
c.1840, 6in. (15cm.) high. (4)
£40-60
111.
112.
Lot
111
A Wedgwood part coffee service
second quarter of 20th century, with orange flowers
and black leaves with geometric patterned rims,
heightened in gilt, cream bodies, marked 'wedgwood
made in england' to base and pattern number 'w1921 /
20' in orange comprising: a coffee pot, six coffee cups,
six saucers, a cream jug, and a sugar bowl and cover.
(15)
£30-50
114.
Lot
112
A mid-19th century Staffordshire group of a lady
riding a camel
taking a goblet from the raised hand of her bearded
male companion, both wearing striped head-dresses,
the lady in a purple jacket and the man in striped
pantaloons, on a grassy oval base with flattened back,
7in. (18cm.) high, paint flaking, together with a late19th century Staffordshire swan and cygnet quill
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Lot
114
An antique slipware bowl
decorated with a large stylised flower within a foliate
pendant border, on a red ground, the slightly everted
rim with yellow lining, on a shallow unglazed foot,
12¼in. (31cm.) diameter.
£50-100
Lot
115
Two mid-19th century Staffordshire flat-back models
of houses
one with two turrets and a central porch supported on
two columns, 5½in. (14cm.) high, the second, a
cottage, with unusually large applied floral decoration,
4in. (10cm.) high. (2)
£60-80
The Wilman Collection
c.1810, of Arabesque pattern, with a wide band of
puce leaf and gilt acanthus and dart decoration, ironred mark, together with a Spode early 19th century
teacup, two coffee cups and four saucers, painted in
iron-red, purple and gilt with a band stylised flowers,
pattern no.889. (8)
£80-100
116.
117.
Lot
116
A mid-19th century treacle glaze frog mug
the body moulded with two trees framing rustic scenes
of a couple drinking and a man taking a pinch of snuff,
on a gadrooned foot rim, 4in. (10cm.) high, together
with a set of four treacle glaze circular piano rests on
flared foot rims. (5)
£40-60
118B.
Lot
117
A late-19th century Wedgwood dark blue Jasperware
jug
c.1900, of tapered cylindrical form with a rope-twist
handle and plated Britannia metal rim, decorated
around the base with classical female figures in a
garden setting and to the rim with fruiting vines, the
base impressed 'Wedgwood' and 'England', 9in. (23cm.
) high.
£60-80
118C.
118.
An English Delft conical dish
18th century, decorated in blue, green and brown with
a bowl of fruit within a blue meander border, 8in.
(20.5cm.) diameter, cracked, chips to rim, together
with a pair of Delft style tin glazed plates decorated in
blue with baskets of fruit, 8 5/8in. (22cm.) diameter,
both with restored chip to rim and a 17th century style
brown glazed terracotta plate with applied foliate
decoration, 7½in. (19cm.) diameter. (4)
£80-120
118D.
Lot
118A
118A.
A Derby teacup
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Lot
118B
A Meissen soup bowl
early 20th century, with moulded ozier border, painted
with pink daises and floral sprays to rim, blue crossed
swords mark, impressed '17', 9in. (23cm.) diameter,
together with two Meissen platters, early 20th century,
with ozier moulded borders and painted with floral
sprays to the rim and honeysuckle and a daisy to the
centre, impressed '134' and '17' blue crossed swords
marks, 11½in. (29cm.) long. (3)
£60-80
Lot
118C
A Montereau faience dessert plate
second quarter 19th century, transfer-printed and handcoloured, titled 'Y dit que vous avez une Jambe de bois
de naissance', with a central cartouche depicting a
soldier with two girls within a floral border, impressed
mark, printed 'Louis Lebeuf Montereau', 8¼in. (21cm.)
diameter.
£60-80
Lot
118D
An unusual early 19th century Staffordshire plate
painted to the centre with a Chinese scene of a boat on
a river before mountains, within a chain link border
The Wilman Collection
painted in yellow and red and a rope twist border
painted in blue with pierced rim, impressed mark to
base, 8¼in. (21cm.) diameter.
£40-60
118E.
118F.
with a pair of 19th century English porcelain copies,
painted centrally with a figurative scene, within a pink
dotted-diamond scale and iron-red banded border, with
shaped rim edged in yellow, 8½in. (21.5cm) diameter,
and a pair of mid-19th century Japanese export plates
painted with similar figurative scenes. (5)
£40-60
Lot
118E
A Flight Barr and Barr part dessert service
1813-1819, with painted blue flowers and gilt floral
borders and shaped gadrooned rims, comprising two
cake plates and four dessert plates, impressed marks.
(6)
£80-100
121.
A Rockingham style teapot and cover
19th century, the shaped baluster body decorated in
taupe and gilt leaf pattern, on four gilt scroll feet, with
stylised acanthus leaf handle and swan neck spout, gilt
2/847, 9in. (23cm.) high.
£30-40
122.
119.
Lot
119
A famille rose saucer plate
18th century, painted centrally with a spray of flowers
enriched in gilt, within gilt and red cell bands, the rim
painted with four vignettes of orange painted flowers
reserved on a purple dotted-diamond-scale ground,
8¼in. (21cm.) diameter.
£60-80
123.
120.
Lot
120
A 19th century Japanese export plate
painted with figurative scene on a terrace within a
purple dotted-diamond-scale border reserved with
floral and landscape vignettes in iron-red, together
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121
A Chinese famille rose tea bowl and saucer
18th century, depicting a stork in a garden, enriched in
gilt, together with another tea bowl of the same
decoration and a 19th century famille rose tea bowl
and saucer decorated with a bird in landscape. (5)
£60-80
Lot
122
A late-19th century Chinese ewer
of flattened and lobed ovoid form, with a broad, short
cylindrical spout to one end and strap handle to the
top, the sides with a band of blue scrolling vines
interspersed with four large blossoms below a band of
oriental scrolls, 9in. (23cm.) long, 5in. (13cm.) high.
£50-70
Lot
123
A Chinese export famille rose teacup and saucer
19th century, painted with floral bouquets and pink
dotted-diamond pattern to the rim, together with other
tea bowls and saucers with various floral patterns. (18)
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
124.
125.
126.
Lot
124
A Chinese export famille rose tea bowl and saucer
late 19th century, depicting a figurative scene, together
with a highly decorative famille rose saucer and other
tea wares. (8)
£40-60
127.
Lot
125
A Chinese famille rose armorial coffee cup
early 20th century, painted with enamels in pink and
purple between gilt and blue borders, 2½in. (6cm.)
high, together with a bianco-sopra-bianco tea bowl,
painted with reserves of vases in gilt and red, 2¾in.
(7cm.) diameter, and a Chinese export bell-shaped
mug painted with birds on a branch with puce detailing
to inner rim, 2¼in. (6cm.) high. (3)
£60-80
128.
Lot
126
A Chinese famille rose armorial plate
c.1750, (Qing dynasty, Qianlong reign period) painted
centrally with two pheasants on a rock beside peonies,
flanked by two cartouches on the rim with views of the
Pearl River, Canton and Plymouth Sound, the crest
motto reading DREAD GOD above an eagle, and the
arms with a phoenix, edged in gilt, 9in. (23cm.)
diameter.
£20-30
129.
Lot
127
A Chinese famille rose plate
mid-18th century, enamelled with a figurative scene of
two children playing beside a pond with swimming
ducks as their mother and an attendant watch over, the
rims painted with four pink reserves of landscape
scenes and four smaller roundels, 9¼in. (23.5cm.)
diameter, gilt wear.
£80-120
Lot
128
A Chinese export blue and white platter
19th century, of canted rectangular form, decorated
with a butterfly, floral spray and woven box within a
toothed border and floral and trefoil decorated rim,
13in. (33cm.) long, together with another, smaller,
decorated with a lady punting on a lake, within a floral
and butterfly border, 10 3/8in. (26.5cm.) long. (2)
£60-80
Lot
129
An unusual late-18th century Chinese small lidded
vase
of ovoid form, with a fine line-drawn scene, in the
European style, of Apollo, naked but for a cloth draped
over one shoulder, playing a gilded lyre in a black and
grey rocky setting, the shoulders and domed lid
encircled by butterflies and trailing foliage, standing
on a flared foot rim encircled by alternately reversed,
applied scroll decoration, 5in. (12.5cm.) high.
£100-150
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The Wilman Collection
130.
131.
132.
Lot
130
A pair of 19th century small Chinese blue Peking glass
bowls
with everted rims, on circular foot rims, 4½in.
(11.5cm.) diameter, together with two similar
miniature bowls, one blue and one green, 1¾in.
(4.5cm.) high. (4)
£80-120
133.
Lot
131
Two Chinese export spoon rests
late-18th or early 19th century, of extended six lobed
lozenge form with rounded ends and steeply angled
sides, one decorated in the famille rose manner with a
scene of three ladies and a child in a garden, the sides
with floral decoration in scroll edged panels, the
second decorated in the European manner with a
delicate design of flowers in puce and grey on both
base and sides, 5in. (12.75cm.) long. (2)
£150-200
134.
135.
Lot
133
A Chinese bianco-sopra-bianco dish
19th century, painted with white enamel to the centre
depicting a vase with flowers and a fruit platter, within
a blue floral enamel border, the rim elaborately
decorated with white enamel floral decoration,
enriched with gilt border, edged in brown, 9in. (23cm.)
diameter.
£80-120
Lot
134
A late 18th/early 19th century Chinese Peking ruby
glass bowl
of twelve lobed form with everted rim, on a plain
circular foot rim, 6 7/8in. (17.5cm.) diameter, 3½in.
9cm.) high.
£150-200
A large Oriental milk glass ginger jar
c.1920, the body and cover decorated in raised enamel
paint and gilding on a frosted background with a
Chinese scene of pagodas set in a garden, beside a lake
with mountain behind, the base of the jar and the rim
of the lid with broad bands of gilt and black floral and
mosaic decoration, the base stamped with a gilt
Chinese 'chop mark', 9¼in. (23.5cm.) high.
£50-70
Lot
132
A large 19th century Chinese Peking ruby glass bowl
with everted and flattened rim, standing on a plain foot
rim, 11 7/8 in. (30cm.) diameter, 4¼in. (11cm.) high.
£200-300
136.
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136
A late 18th /early 19th century Chinese Peking carved
ruby glass bowl
of seven lobed form with everted rim and decoration
of flowers, birds and butterflies carved in high relief
The Wilman Collection
to the exterior, 8¼in. (21cm.) diameter.
£300-400
140.
137.
Lot
137
A pair of Chinese export famille rose plates
mid-19th century, painted with a floral spray with
peonies to the centre, the rim with similar floral sprays
and two painted landscape scenes, within a brown
border enriched in spiral gilt decoration, 9in. (23cm.)
diameter. (2)
£50-70
141.
138.
Lot
138
Three pieces of Japanese cloisonné
c.1900, comprising a vase of slender inverted baluster
form decorated with a tree, prunus blossom, bird and
butterfly on a pale blue ground, the neck and base in
darker blue inset with stylised flowers and leaves,
9½in. (24cm.) high, together with a rounded oblong
footed dish with cranes and bamboo and a lobed dark
blue edge, 11in. (28cm.) long and a small circular dish
3½in. (9cm.) diameter. (3)
£40-60
142.
139.
Lot
139
A Chinese export famille rose dish
late 19th century, painted to the bowl with a floral
spray, the shaped rim painted with a stylised floral
border with pink peonies on a brown spiral ground,
9in. (23cm.) diameter, together with a Canton famille
rose plate, heavily decorated with pink peonies and
chrysanthemums to the centre within a shaped border
with similar floral decoration on a brown spiral
ground, with brown edged rim, 8¾in. (22.5cm.). (2)
£60-80
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140
A large Chinese export famille rose plate
19th century, decorated with ribbon tied floral sprays
including chrysanthemum, peony and clematis, the
scalloped rim with gilt and iron red foliate meander
border, 13½in. (34.3cm.) diameter.
£80-120
Lot
141
A small Chinese porcelain dish
19th century, painted with figures beside a river in a
mountainous landscape, within a gilt floral border,
4¼in. (12cm.) diameter.
£50-70
Lot
142
A 19th century Chinese cherry amber robed figure of
Guanyin
standing holding a branch with flowers, 11in. (28cm.)
high, broken and repaired, together with a pair of blue
and pink silk shoes for bound feet with embroidered
decoration to the toes, 4½in. (11.5cm.) long. (3)
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
143.
144.
Lot
143
A collection of porcelain saucers and dishes
including a Chinese late 19th century dish with
figurative scene, 5¾in. (14.5cm.) diameter, and a small
famille rose dish painted with a butterfly, 4½in. (11cm.
) diameter. (8)
£40-50
147.
A good quality 18th century Chinese carved padouk
wood porcelain stand
of spreading circular form, the beaded, lipped rim over
crisply carved floral and foliate sides, the top with four
carved holes, 6¾in. (17cm.) diameter, together with
two later Chinese carved wooden stands. (3)
£20-30
148.
145.
Lot
148
A small late 19th century Chinese hardwood stand
of square form, the pierced frieze of blossoms below
gadrooning and set between the carved animal heads at
the top of the squared incurved legs, on ball and claw
feet, 8in. (20cm.) square, 6½in. (16.5cm.) high.
£30-40
Lot
145
A Chinese export famille rose vase
first half 20th century, the cylindrical sides and
trumpet neck richly enamelled with bright polychrome
flowers enriched with gilt, the lip with key fret pattern,
24½in. (62cm.) high.
£300-500
149.
146.
Lot
147
An Eastern scent flask in turquoise glass
20th century, with white metal mounts set with coral
beads, together with several miniature pieces of
Oriental black lacquer with gilt decoration, including a
three drawer chest, three urns and other dishes etc.
£30-40
Lot
146
A 19th century Chinese bronze bowl
of archaic bun shape with openwork dragon handles to
the rim and two more dragons in relief on the side,
raised on three feet, cast seal mark to base, 11in.
(28cm.) diameter.
£150-200
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149
Two 19th century Chinese Canton enamel dishes
of shallow square form with incuse corners, one
painted with an interior scene of a man and concubine
watching their child being tutored, the second with a
lady sitting with a scribe who is reading in a garden
house, the sides decorated inside and out with a
trailing seaweed pattern, both raised on low brass feet
following the incuse corners, with puce seal marks to
the base, 3¾in. (9.5cm.) square, together with a small
square enamelled bowl with incuse corners, externally
decorated with a scene of figures in a rocky landscape,
1¾in. (4.5cm.) square, all with losses to enamel. (3)
£60-100
The Wilman Collection
150.
comprising a tray, tea pot and cover, milk jug and
cover, sugar bowl and cover, two teacups and two
saucers. (8)
A small circular Persian brass shield
probably 19th century, the domed body set with four
flanged and engraved bosses and chased with foliage
and large teardrop shaped buds, four loose ring mounts
verso, 10¾in. (27.5cm.) diameter, together with a
Middle Eastern baluster shaped brass vase decorated
with four panels of raised Arabic script and raised
decoration in copper and black, 9¾in. (24.5cm.) high.
(2)
£80-120
£60-80
152B.
151.
A famille rose plate
late 19th century, painted to the centre with a floral
bouquet and floral sprays to the shaped rim edged in
gilt, 9in. (23cm.) diameter, together with a Chinese
export famille rose plate, painted to the centre with
peonies within a shaped border with floral and brown
geometric decoration, 9in. (23cm.) diameter. (2)
£50-70
Lot
151
An unusually large Burmese bronze opium weight
probably 19th century, in the form of a mythical bird
standing on a hexagonal domed base, with a handle to
its back, weight 3lb 8oz., 4½in. (11.5cm.) high,
together with a smaller weight of a dog of Fo, weight
11oz., 2½in. (6cm.) high. (2)
£60-100
153.
152.
Lot
152
A 19th century Chinese bronze shallow bowl
standing on a widely flared hollow foot forming part
of the bowl, decorated with bands of incised stylised
foliate decoration, the bowl with amphibians and
reptiles in relief and two small standing animal
handles, 13in. (33cm.) diameter.
£80-120
154.
152A.
Lot
152A
A Japanese Satsuma part tea service
early 20th century, with applied dragon finials and
handles, gilt and painted with the immortals,
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152B
Lot
153
A 19th century trick glass
in the form of a beaker with an integral inverted cone
that seals-in the imitation ale, which partially fills the
glass, 4¼ in. (11cm.) high.
£20-30
Lot
154
A large mid-19th century footed bowl with Cock
Fighting decoration
the flattened cup bowl on a knopped stem and circular
foot with pontil mark, the bowl wheel-cut engraved
with a scene of two cock birds about to fight, on a
grass background and flanked by trees, the reverse
engraved with the title 'The Set to', 9in. (23cm.) high.
£300-400
The Wilman Collection
155.
Lot
155
An early 19th century glass footed bowl with engraved
Cock Fighting decoration
the large cup shaped bowl with wheel cut engravings
of four stages of a cock fight, on a waisted plain stem
and circular foot with pontil mark, each engraved
panel within an arch with foliate terminals below,
divided by shaped starred trellis panels, the rim with
dot and line engraving over four trellis panels divided
by large wheel cut discs, 10in. (25.5cm.) high, 7¼in.
(18.5cm.) diameter.
£400-600
158.
159.
156.
Lot
156
A large late-Georgian cut glass footed punch bowl
c.1830, the cup shaped bowl decorated with alternate
double panels of diamond cutting and single, narrow
feather cut panels, each separated by incised clear
panels, above a diamond cut basal band, on a facet
knopped stem and star cut circular foot, 8¾in. (22cm.)
high, 9¾in. (24cm.) diameter.
£150-250
160.
157.
Lot
157
A large cut glass lidded bowl
late 19th century, the bowl and rounded, conical lid
decorated with alternating spiral gadroons of clear
glass and strawberry diamond cutting, the lid with a
large oval strawberry diamond cut finial, raised on a
faceted stem and stepped dome foot with star cut base,
14in. (35.5cm.) high, 10½in. (27cm.) diameter.
£150-250
161.
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Lot
158
A mid-18th century Wine Glass with Pourer
c.1750, the drawn trumpet bowl with pourer spout, on
plain stem and plain foot, height 13.9cm.
£50-70
Lot
159
A Glassmaker's Oversize Demonstration Piece
c.1740, believed to have been created as an example of
a glassmaker's art, in the form of a massive drinking
glass with drawn trumpet bowl, plain stem with tear
and folded foot with pontil mark, height 47.8cm.
£250-300
Lot
160
An unusual Oversized Georgian Ale Glass
c.1740, with drawn trumpet bowl decorated with hops
and barley, on a plain stem with small tear and folded
foot, height 30.2cm., scratching to interior of bowl.
£200-300
Lot
161
A gilt mounted cut glass decanter and glass set
The Wilman Collection
mid-20th century, comprising sixteen graduated
tumblers and a decanter; together with a similar pepper
mill, a lidded tankard, four dishes, four pots, three
ashtrays and a lighter, all with diamond cut decoration
and gilt metal mounts. (31)
£50-100
165.
162.
Lot
162
An early 19th century large goblet shaped punch bowl
and ladle
the bowl on a plain stem with a cushion knop at the
base, above the shallow domed circular foot, with
pontil mark, 12in. (30.5cm.) high. (2)
£120-150
£300-400
166.
163.
Lot
163
A matched set of four Irish glass candlesticks
one early 19th century and three later, the octagonal
faceted columns with central flattened and spiral fluted
knop, on stepped sunburst cut circular bases, the
conforming drip pans above hobnail cut sconces, the
pan of the earlier stick pierced to take drops, 6¼in.
(16cm.) high. (4)
£150-200
167.
164.
Lot
164
A rare Venetian straight-sided glass footed bowl
probably 16th / 17th century, the deep bowl with
folded rim, standing on a high, open trumpet foot with
folded rim, 8¼in. (21cm.) high, 8¼in. (21cm.)
diameter.
£600-800
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165
A rare 17th century soda glass footed bowl
probably English, the large shallow cup shaped bowl
on a hollow tapering cylindrical stem to a broad
conical folded foot, 8¼in. (21cm.) high, 7½in. (19cm.)
diameter.
Lot
166
A pair of mid-19th century Irish cut glass butter
coolers
of circular form, faceted and diamond cut with shallow
step-cut lids and sunburst cutting to the base, 4¼in.
(11cm.) high, 5½in. (14cm.) diameter. (2)
£200-300
Lot
167
A pair of early 19th century Irish navette shaped cut
glass sweetmeat dishes
the bowls with swags of diamond cutting around the
rim, divided by triple prismatic cuts above a band of
diamonds with double bands of 'V' channels above and
below, on broad, cushion knopped stems above heavy,
wide feet with star cut bases and ground pontils, 7¼in.
(18.5cm.) long, together with a small glass ladle with
downturned, faceted handle, the bowl with two bands
of fluted cutting. (3)
£250-350
The Wilman Collection
168.
Lot
168
Four Georgian Bonnet or Monteith Glasses
c.1750, all with double ogee bowls moulded with 'nipt
diamond waies', two with round feet and two with
scalloped feet, height 7.1 to 8.1cm. (4)
* Similar examples illustrated Bickerton, 18th Century
English Drinking Glasses 1986 Ed p.255, plate 797.
171.
Lot
171
A fine set of eight late-Georgian Green Glass Finger
Bowls
probably Irish, deep green colour, the round barreled
bowls cut with four bands of square facets forming a
'basket weave' pattern, the bases with ground pontils,
height 9.5cm., diameter 12cm. (8)
£400-600
£100-150
169.
Lot
169
A set of three Georgian glass salts
c.1780, the round funnel bowls with notched and slice
cut rim and notched vertical ribs on square
lemon squeezer bases, height 9.1cm., slight chips to
edge of feet. (3)
* Similar examples illustrated W.A. Thorpe, A History
of English and Irish Glass Vol.2, plate CLII.
172.
Lot
172
A set of twelve Bristol Green Wine Glasses
c.1840, with round funnel bowls, ball knops to top of
stem and plain feet with ground pontils, height
12.5cm. (12)
£250-350
£100-150
173.
170.
Lot
170
Two pieces of 18th century Irish Glass
comprising a water jug, the serated rim over a slice cut
neck and blaze cut shoulder, the body with alternate
panels of relief diamonds and sunburst cutting over
comb flute basal cutting, with feather cut scroll handle,
6½in. 16.5cm.) high; and an oval dish, with fan cut
scalloped rim, graduated, strawberry diamond cutting
to the body and shallow foot with star cut base, 11½in.
(29.5cm.) long.
£80-120
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Lot
173
A pair of Georgian Bristol Green Wine Glasses
c.1820, with conical bowls, double rings to base of
bowls and bladed knop stems, on plain feet with pontil
marks, height 13.7cm. (2)
£60-80
The Wilman Collection
174.
175.
176.
Lot
174
A trio of Bristol Green Wine Glasses
c.1830, with ovoid bowls, double rings to base of bowl
and annulated bladed knop to stem, on conical feet
with ground pontils, height 12.7cm. (3)
£80-120
178.
Lot
175
A pair of Bristol Green Wine Glasses
c.1810, with tulip bowls, plain stems and plain foot
with pontil mark, height 12.3cm., one with tiny chip to
foot, together with a similar matched pair with cup
bowls, height 11.2cm. (4)
£60-80
179.
Lot
179
A pair of late-Georgian Bristol Green Wine Glasses
c.1830, the petal cut bowls on a bladed knop stem and
plain foot with ground pontil, height 12.6cm. (2)
£60-80
A pair of Georgian Bristol Green Wine Glasses
c.1820, with conical bowls, double rings to base of
bowls and bladed knop stems, on plain feet with
ground pontils, height 12.5cm. (2)
£60-80
180.
177.
Lot
178
A pair of late-Georgian Bristol Green Wine Glasses
c.1820, with flared trumpet and slice cut bowls and
stems on plain feet with ground pontils, height 13.4cm.
(2)
£60-80
Lot
177
Four Georgian Bristol Green Wine Glasses
1790-1830, comprising a glass with tulip bowl on
plain stem and plain foot with pontil mark, height
12.1cm.; a glass with cup bowl on central ball knop
stem and plain foot with pontil mark, height 11.6cm.;
and two glasses with trumpet bowls on plain stems and
plain feet with ground pontils, height 13cm. and
13.8cm. (4)
£100-150
£70-90
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180
Three late-Georgian Bristol Green Wine Glasses
one with round funnel bowl with swelling to base of
the plain stem and plain foot with ground pontil,
height 13.1cm.; one with ovoid bowl on plain stem and
plain foot with pontil mark, height 12.1cm.; and one
with petal cut funnel bowl on panel cut baluster stem
and plain foot with ground pontil, height 12.5cm. (3)
The Wilman Collection
181.
182.
183.
Lot
181
An unusual Wrythen Bristol Green Wine or Bonnet
Glass
c.1780, the bowl waisted to form the hollow stem, on a
terraced and domed foot, height 10.7cm
£50-70
184.
Lot
182
A mid-Victorian Apple Green Wine Glass
c.1870, the panel and diamond cut double ogee bowl
on a waisted slice cut stem and plain foot with ground
pontil, height 12.5cm.
£40-60
185.
Lot
183
Six Continental enamelled and gilded Wine Glasses by
Fritz Heckert
c.1900, variously enamelled and gilt with Persian-style
polychrome panels of flowers, birds and foliage,
within blue borders and gilt rims, three signed 'FH
572/5 43' to base, height 19.4cm. to 20.5cm. (6)
£250-350
186.
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184
Two late Victorian Amethyst glasses
comprising a barrel shaped syllabub glass with waisted
base, 4¼in. (10.5cm.) high and a liquor glass with
panel cut ogee bowl on a knopped stem and plain foot,
3¼in. (8.5cm.) high. (2)
£30-40
Lot
185
A large Georgian Beaker
c.1810, the bucket bowl decorated with thistles, roses
and buds, over petal basal cutting, height 13.1cm.
£60-80
Lot
186
An early 19th century Irish Fine Cut Rummer
probably Cork, c.1820, the barrel bowl with diamond
cut lozenge and vertical blazes above panel cut lower
bowl, on a bladed knop stem and plain foot with pontil
mark, height 16.5cm.
£100-150
The Wilman Collection
plain bases with ground pontils, height 12.5cm.,
together with a matched pair of wine glasses and two
others of similar design, comprising a goblet, height
13cm. and a smaller wine glass, height 12cm. (8)
£100-150
187.
Lot
187
A massive Georgian Firing Glass
c.1740, the unusually large drawn trumpet bowl on a
solid firing foot, height 13cm.
£100-150
191.
188.
Lot
188
A late-Georgian Beaker
c.1800, the bucket bowl engraved with a hunting scene
of a huntsman and hounds chasing deer into a wood,
pontil mark to base, height 12.2cm.
£150-200
192.
189.
Lot
192
A set of six 19th Century Gilded Wine Glasses
probably Continental, c.1850, the mould blown fluted
bucket bowls with gilded rims and decorated with gilt
pastoral scenes with figures, on six sided Silesian style
stems and folded feet, height 11.9cm. (6)
£100-150
Lot
189
A matched set of twelve Cranberry Wine Glasses
c.1880, with round funnel bowls on plain clear stems,
height 12.3cm. to 13.4cm. (12)
£70-90
193.
190.
Lot
191
Three 19th century pale green tinted rummers
the wrythen ribbed bowls on open knops with four
prunts and a pincered collar, above flared, hollow,
ribbed feet, 5 1/8in. (13cm.) high. (3)
£60-100
Lot
190
A matching set of four Irish Wine Glasses
c.1830, the bucket bowls with diagonal blazes over
panel cut basal cutting, on bladed knop stems and
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193
A set of six 19th Century Gilded Wine Glasses
decorated in the manner of James Giles, the octagonal
panel cut bucket bowls heavily gilded with swagged
cartouche decoration, on diamond facet cut stems and
plain feet, height 14.7cm. (6).
£150-200
The Wilman Collection
194.
195.
196.
Lot
194
Two mid-18th century Thistle Dram Glasses
c.1760, the thistle bowls on central ball knop stems
and plain feet, one with pontil mark, the other pontil
ground, height 9.5cm. and 9.1cm. (2)
£60-80
197.
Lot
195
A small Georgian Wine Glass
c.1760, the bucket bowl with wrythen pattern to bowl,
extending onto the double knop stem, on a folded foot,
height 10.8cm.
£80-120
198.
Lot
196
A small Georgian Wine Glass
c.1780, the ovoid bowl engraved with a band of
flowers and leaves, on a plain tapered stem on a
substantial stepped foot with starburst moulded base,
height 11.2cm.
£100-150
199.
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Lot
197
A small Georgian Wine Glass
c.1760, the lipped bucket bowl engraved with grapes
and foliage, on a straight stem with central and basal
knop, on a folded foot, height 10cm.
£60-80
Lot
198
An early 18th century Miniature Sweetmeat Bowl
c.1730, the lipped cup bowl on a tapered triple
knopped stem with folded conical foot, height 7cm.
* A very similar glass was sold by Martel Maides at
the 'Priors' house sale in Jersey on 19th May 2102.
£80-120
Lot
199
An 18th century olive green soda glass Jug
with diamond and fan mould blown decoration to the
shouldered body, below a moulded flute neck with
folded rim, c-scroll handle, pontil mark to base, height
12cm.
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
200.
201.
202.
Lot
200
A set of three late-Victorian Green Wine Glasses
the green cup bowls on clear diamond facet cut stems
and plain feet with ground pontils, height 14.4cm.,
together with a late-Victorian turquoise wine glass,
with round funnel bowl on a panel cut clear glass
'Silesian' stem and plain foot with ground pontil,
height 13.1cm. (4)
£50-70
203.
Lot
201
A set of five early Victorian Wine Glasses
probably Irish, c.1850, the panel cut bucket bowls on
bladed knop stems and plain feet with ground pontils,
height 10.3cm., together with one other, matched. (6)
£40-60
204.
Lot
202
Four pieces of late-18th century blue glass
comprising a blown wrythen moulded soda glass sugar
basin with folded rim and inverted integral foot,
c.1800, 4 5/8in. (12cm.) diameter, together with two
similar, wrythen moulded egg cups with everted
folded rims, on plain knopped stems and plain feet,
c.1800, 9.5cm. and 8.5cm. high, and a plain blown egg
cup, c.1780, with folded rim and plain stem and foot,
8.5cm. high, all with pontil marks to base. (4)
£80-120
205.
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203
An Edwardian Commemorative Water Jug and three
matching tumblers
c.1900, the jug with engraved anniversary inscription
to HH & LH Harrap and the tumblers with conforming
engraved initials, all finely engraved and etched with
blossoming prunus boughs and butterflies, on star cut
bases, the jug 19.6cm. high. (4)
£40-60
Lot
204
Five cut glass Brandy Balloons
20th Century, with cross and blaze cut bowls, on star
cut bases, height 13cm., together with three cut glass
whisky tumblers. (8)
£30-40
Lot
205
Four Victorian Pub Ale Glasses
c.1850, comprising a pair with elongated round funnel
bowls on bladed knop stems; one with cup bowl and
plain stem; and one with round funnel bowl and plain
stem, all on plain feet, height 10.2cm. to 14.5cm.…
£20-30
The Wilman Collection
and baluster stem, on a folded conical foot, height
£300-400
206.
Lot
206
Fourteen Assorted 19th and early 20th century Wine
Glasses
including examples with engraved and cut decoration,
together with a double measure glass. (15)
£30-50
210.
Lot
210
An early 18th century Wine Glass
c.1720, the trumpet bowl on a moulded eight sided
shouldered pedestal stem, conical folded foot, height
15.5cm.
* A similar glass Illustrated Bickerton, 18th Century
English Drinking Glasses 1986 Ed p.128, plate 302.
£400-500
207.
Lot
207
A mid-18th century Light Baluster Wine Glass
c.1740, with pointed round funnel bowl on a hollow
true baluster stem with annular knop, conical folded
foot, height 14.7cm.
£300-400
211.
208.
Lot
208
A Georgian Wine Glass
c.1780, with a petal cut ogee bowl on a diamond facet
cut stem and plain foot, height 15.2cm.
£200-300
212.
209.
Lot
211
A mid-18th century Newcastle Light Baluster Wine
Glass
c.1750, the round funnel bowl engraved with swags &
festoons below the rim, on a collar and two ball
knopped stem, on a domed and folded foot, height
15.7cm., abrasions and scratches to inside of bowl. …
£400-500
Lot
209
A mid-18th century Light Baluster Wine Glass
c.1750, with round funnel bowl on annulated knop
£250-300
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212
A scarce Georgian Toasting Glass
c.1750, of drawn trumpet form with conical foot,
height 19.6cm.
* Similar example Illustrated Bickerton 18th Century
English Drinking Glasses 1986 Ed, p.136, plate 332.
The Wilman Collection
213.
214.
Lot
213
An 18th century Venetian Wine Glass
in very thin glass, the trumpet bowl with engraved
baroque swag decoration, on a hollow four sided
pedestal stem and conical foot, height 18cm.
£100-150
216.
Lot
214
A rare mid-18th century Stemmed Posset Glass
c.1750, the drawn ovoid bowl with handle & spout, the
stem with a central bladed knop with tear and basal
knop also with tear, on a domed and folded foot,
height 18.1cm., chips to rim and chip to tip of spout.
£200-250
217.
218.
215.
Lot
215
An unusual mid-18th century Sweetmeat Glass
c.1735, the bell shaped bowl and domed foot with 'nipt
diamond waies', on an eight sided pedestal stem with
diamond bosses and triple collar to the foot, height
17.3cm.
* A similar glass Illustrated Bickerton, 18th Century
English Drinking Glasses, 1986 Ed., p.127,
plate 299.
Lot
216
An unusual late-Georgian reversible Double Bowl
Goblet
c.1810, the cup bowl on a double ring collar, the base
formed as a bell bowl, height 15.1cm.
£30-40
Lot
217
An early Victorian Amethyst Wine Glass
c.1850, with panel cut bowl on panel cut 'Silesian'
stem and plain foot with ground pontil, height 12.6cm.
£50-70
Lot
218
An unusual early Victorian Amethyst Goblet
c.1850, the elongated round funnel bowl on a
balustroid stem and broad, substantial plain base with
ground pontil, height 16.2cm.
£40-60
£300-400
219.
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Lot
219
A tall late-Georgian amethyst glass vase
c.1830, of drawn trumpet form on an unusually
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heavy, broad circular foot with pontil mark, 12in.
(30.5cm.) high.
£100-150
223.
220.
Lot
220
An unusual early 19th century amethyst glass sugar
basin
on a plain stem with a stepped, domed and folded foot,
with gilded inscription, "Be canny with the S…?",
4¼in. (11cm.) diameter and the same height.
£80-120
224.
Lot
221
221.
A Georgian Goblet
c.1810, the bucket bowl with everted rim, on a bladed
collar, baluster stem and plain foot with ground pontil,
height 14.9cm.
£40-50
225.
222.
Lot
222
Two late-Georgian Goblets
c.1825, with drawn ovoid bowls on plain stems and
plain feet, height 14.3cm. and 15.3cm., together with a
Georgian Goblet with cup bowl on a bladed knop stem
and plain foot, height 14.3cm., rim possibly ground. (3
)
£50-70
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Lot
223
Seven 19th century glasses
including a late-Georgian champagne flute, a small
cordial glass with panel cut stem and moulded star
base, a beaker with etched floral and foliate
decoration, a moulded and gilded syllabub glass and
three others. (7)
£50-70
Lot
224
A 19th century opaline Wine Glass
in the manner of James Powell & Sons, the opal round
funnel bowl on a clear glass true baluster stem with
tear and opal conical foot with pontil, height 12.1cm.
£50-70
Lot
225
A set of four Georgian Champagne flutes
c.1790, the drawn trumpet bowls with engraved egg
and dart decoration to rims, on diamond facet cut
stems and plain feet, height 16.1cm., one with chip to
foot. (4)
£60-80
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c.1820, the ovoid bowls on capstan stems and lemon
squeezer feet, height 13cm. to 13.5cm., some chips to
feet. (5)
£150-200
226.
227.
228.
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226
A pair of late-Georgian Rummers
c.1820, the large bucket bowls resting on blade collars
and tapered stems on square lemon squeezer
feet, height 15.1cm. (2)
£70-90
230.
Lot
227
A matched pair of Georgian Rummers
c.1810, the ovoid petal cut bowls on bladed collars and
tapered square cut stems to square feet with ground
pontils, height 13.5cm., one with two chips to base. (2)
£70-90
231.
Lot
228
A matched pair of large Georgian Rummers
c.1810, the ovoid bowls on capstan stems and square
lemon squeezer feet, height 14.4cm., chip to corner of
one foot. (2)
£80-120
232.
Lot
230
A late 19th Century blue cased Goblet
c.1880, the double ogee bowl cut with printies, on a
bladed knop stem and plain foot with pontil mark,
height 14.9cm.
£20-30
Lot
231
A set of three Victorian Wine Glasses
c.1860, the round funnel bowls with blown moulded
basal fluting and engraved foliate decoration, on
baluster stems and plain feet, height 11.4cm., chip to
one foot. (3)
£20-30
Lot
232
A matched set of four mid-19th century Whisky
Tumblers
c.1850, with a central band of raised diamond cutting
between prismatic, oval and sprig cut decoration, on
star cut bases, two 9.7cm. high, two 10.5cm. high. (4)
£60-80
229.
Lot
229
Five Georgian Rummers
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233.
234.
235.
Lot
233
A set of six small Georgian Rummers
c.1820, the bucket bowls on capstan stems and lemon
squeezer feet, height 10.5cm., one with small chip to
rim. (6)
£120-150
236.
Lot
234
A set of five small Georgian Wine glasses
c.1760, the cup bowls engraved with fruiting vines, on
conical folded feet, height 9cm., one cracked. (5)
£80-120
237.
Lot
235
Five late-19th century decorated wine glasses
comprising a glass with round funnel bowl decorated
with bell heather and wrigglework bands, on a tapered
ribbed stem and domed foot with milled edge, height
17.2cm., together with a glass round funnel bowl
decorated with a bird above a floral spray and the
inscription 'W W Xmas 1881' within a laurel
cartouche, on a baluster stem and plain star cut foot,
height 17cm., chip to foot, and three others. (5)
£40-60
238.
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Lot
236
A rare set of four Georgian mould blown glass
strawberry or fruit dishes
the flared circular bowls with lattice moulded
decoration and bold applied petalled rims, 8¾in.
(22cm.) diameter. (4)
£200-300
Lot
237
A closely matched set of twelve Cranberry Wine
Glasses
c.1880, with round funnel bowls on clear plain stems
and plain bases, height 12.5cm. to 13cm. (12)
£100-150
Lot
238
A late-Georgian ruby glass wine glass cooler
c.1830, of typical form with basal flute cutting and
ground pontil, 3¾in. (9.5cm.) high, together with a
shallow, panel cut ruby glass bowl of circular form
with everted, cut shaped rim, 8¼in. (21cm.) diameter
and a later slender tapered cylindrical ruby glass mug
with reeded clear glass handle, 5¾in. (14.5cm.) high.
(3).
£60-80
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239.
240.
Lot
239
An unusual 18th century ruby glass bleeding cup
with integral blown stump handle, 7cm. high, together
with two Victorian glass bleeding cups of tapered
circular form with flat everted rims, one amethyst and
one ruby glass, 6.5cm. high. (3)
£50-70
242.
Lot
240
A Georgian cut glass, boat-shaped salt
on faceted stem and diamond shaped lemon squeezer
base, 4in. (10cm.) long; together with an urn shaped
moulded salt on square base; a pair of hexagonal
faceted salts; and a miniature, moulded cup and saucer
with raised floral decoration. (6)
£40-60
243.
Lot
242
Three pieces of antique glass
comprising a mid-18th century baluster shaped storm
lamp with folded foot, 7¼in. (18.5cm.) high, rim chip;
a mid-18th century engraved ink and quill stand of
squat cylinder form, 3¾in. (9.5cm.) high, cracked; and
a 19th century spirit barrel, with moulded bands and
white enamelled and gilded fruiting vines, one end
with a silver plated spigot, 6in. (15cm.) long. (3)
£40-60
Lot
243
A Bristol blue glass wine coaster
c.1870, decorated with a border of silvered trailing
vines and grapes, 4in. (10cm.) diameter, minor chip to
inside of top edge.
£30-40
241.
Lot
241
A Liege 'a Traforato' clear glass openwork basket
18th century, of flared cylindrical form, the sides of
looped pincered lattice work, raspberry crimped onto a
highly domed moulded base with conforming trailed
foot, 8in. (20.5cm.) diameter, 5 1/8in. (13cm.) high,
together with a similar smaller twin handled basket on
a plain moulded conical base, 7¼in. (18.5cm.)
diameter, 4¼in. (10.8cm.) high. (2)
244.
£400-600
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Lot
244
Five pieces of antique cut glass
comprising two tea caddy mixing bowls, c.1860; a
stemmed sweetmeat dish, c.1880; and a pair of
cauldron shaped salts, c.1850. (5)
£50-70
The Wilman Collection
248.
The Studio - An Illustrated Magazine of Fine &
Applied Art
Volumes 16, 18 & 21, 4to. (3)
£10-15
245.
246.
247.
Lot
245
Two antique glass sugar basins
one wrythen moulded in green glass on a hollow
conical foot with folded rim, c.1800, 4in. (10cm.)
high, the other clear glass on a waisted stem and broad
circular foot, c.1815, 4¼in. 11cm.) high. (2)
£80-120
Lot
246
A mid-Victorian moulded Blue Glass Beaker
c.1860, the with polished rim, raised diamond
decorated body and twelve sided lemon
squeezer base, height 10.8cm., together with three 19th
century hexagonal pale blue soda glass beakers, height
8.6cm. (4)
£30-50
Lot
247
An early 19th century Bristol blue glass sauce bottle
engraved Soy, 4½in. (11.75cm.) high, together with a
blue glass finger bowl, 5½in. (22.75cm.) diameter. (2)
£40-60
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249.
Three Books on Coinage
Gold Coins of the World, The English Silver Coinage
from 1649 and A Handbook to the Coinage of
Scotland. (3)
£20-30
250.
Eight Books on Oriental Antiques
including: the Netsuke of Japan; Old Chinese
Porcelain; Jade, Fact & Fable and Chinese Art in the
Victoria & Albert Museum. (8)
£25-30
251.
Six Books on Antique Clocks and Watches
including: Britten's Old Clocks, Watches and their
Makers; Rees's Clocks, Watches & Chronometers
1819 - 20 and Yorkshire Clockmakers. (6)
£25-30
252.
Twelve Books on Antique Glass
including: Das Glas und die Jahrtausende; Il Vetro di
Murano; Old Glass Beautiful; English and Irish Glass
and The Book of Bottle Collecting. (12)
£30-40
253.
Thirty two Books & Pamphlets on Antique Dolls and
Toys
including: Furnishing Dolls' Houses, Audrey Johnson;
Dressing Dolls, Audrey Johnson; The Collectors'
Encyclopaedia of Dolls; European & American Dolls,
The Collectors' Book of Dolls' Clothes; A History of
Toys, Antonia Fraser. (32)
£80-120
254.
Aldin, Cecil
Old Manor Houses, limited edition, signed in ink, with
an original sketch by the artist in ink and pastel of a
dog facing away from the viewer, numbered 260 of
380, pub. William Heinemann - 1923, 4to.
£80-120
255.
Gyngell, Dudley S Hawtrey
Armourers Marks, pub. Thorsons Publishers Ltd. 1966, 4to.
£10-15
The Wilman Collection
256.
The Official Catalogue of the Scottish Exhibition,
Glasgow 1911
pub. Dalross Lmited, Glasgow, 8vo.
264.
Denaro, Victor F
The Goldsmiths of Malta and Their Marks, pub. Leo S
Olschki - 1972, 4to.
£60-80
265.
Seven Books on Antique Silver
including: Knives & Forks by C T P Bailey; English
Goldsmiths and Their Marks by Sir Charles James
Jackson; Chats on Old Silver. (7)
£15-20
266.
Eight Books on Antique Collectibles
including: European & American Snuff Boxes;
Samplers and Tapestry Embroideries; The Antiques of
Perfume and Papier Maché in Great Britain &
America. (8)
£25-30
267.
Nineteen Books on Antique Pottery and Porcelain
including: English Pottery & Porcelain, Edward A
Downman (2 volumes); Europe & The Near East,
Earthenware and Stoneware; English Blue & White
Porcelain of the 18th Century, Stanley W Fisher;
Birch's Ancient Pottery & Porcelain (2 volumes). (19)
£50-60
268.
Seven Books on Antique Pewter
including: History of the Worshipful Company of
Pewterers, Charles Welch (2 volumes); Scottish
Pewter-ware & Pewterers and Antique Pewter of the
British Isles. (7)
£20-30
269.
Fourteen Books on Antique Pottery and Porcelain
including: Marks & Monograms on Pottery &
Porcelain, W Chaffers; The Illustrated Guide to
Ridgway Porcelains, Geoffrey A. Godden; 18th
Century German Porcelain, George Savage. (14)
£15-20
257.
The Illustrated Exhibition
Great Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations - 1851,
pub. John Cassell, c.1851, 4to.
£10-15
258.
Cescinsky, Herbert
The Old-World House - Its Furniture & Decoration
(two volumes), pub. A & C Black ltd. - 1924, first
edition, photographs and illustrations, gilt lettered and
decorated spine, 4to. (2)
£20-25
259.
260.
261.
Seventeen Books and Pamphlets on Glass
including: English, Scottish & Irish Table Glass; Glass
by G.A. Eisen; Glass Through the Ages; Old Glass &
how to collect it; The Glass Collector; Paperweights &
other glass curiosities. (17)
£25-30
Hartshorne, Albert
Old English Glasses. An account of glass drinking
vessels in England from early times to the end of the
eighteenth century, pub. Edward Arnold, publisher to
the India Office, 1897, 493 pp with Index and
Illustrations, folio, ¾ parchment with blue silk boards.
£60-80
Buckley, Wilfred
The Art of Glass - Illustrated from the Wilfred
Buckley collection in the Victoria & Albert Museum,
London, pub. The Phaidon Press London, George
Allen & Unwin Ltd. 1939, black boards with gilt
lettering, 286pp, 181 black & white photographic
plates and descriptive text, 4to.
£15-20
262.
Morrison, Mollie N
The Silversmiths and Goldsmiths of the Cape of Good
Hope 1652 - 1850, pub. Sholto Douglass & Co. (Pty)
Ltd, Cape Town - 1936, 84 pp., 16 full page plates and
text illustrations, 4to.
£20-25
263.
Heller, David
A History of Cape Silver 1700 - 1870, pub. David
Heller (Pty) Ltd, Cape Town - 1949, First edition
signed by author on title page, in original dust cover,
4to, together with Further Researches in Cape Silver,
by the same author, pub. Maskew Miller Ltd, Cape
Town - 1953, 4to. (2)
£120-150
£25-35
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Lot
301
A Victorian silver gilt miniature chamberstick
Charles T. Fox & George Fox, London 1846, with
crisply cast Gothic revival decoration to the dished
bowl and shaped arcaded rim, the upraised handle with
quatrefoil piercing and the sconce with a gadrooned
base on an octagonal foot with extended leaf edging,
6¼in. (16cm.) long, weight 4.3oz. excluding the plain,
unmarked snuffer, replaced.
£250-350
The Wilman Collection
302.
Lot
302
A good quality Elkington ewer
c.1870, silverplated on copper and brass, the tapered
ovoid body divided into three bands profusely
decorated with raised allegorical scenes, the central
band showing three of the continents, the upper band
three of the seasons divided by dolphins and the lower
one three masks divided by seahorses, raised on a
blade knopped stem and domed and stepped foot, with
high female caryatid handle terminating in a grotesque
mask, 12¼in. (31cm.) high, plating heavily worn.
£50-70
305.
306.
303.
304.
Lot
303
A heavy George IV silver plate
William Eley, London 1824, the slightly upturned
edge with reeded and cross ribboned rim, engraved
with a crest of a seated cat and crown above, 9 7/8in.
(25cm.) diameter, weight 20.5oz., together with a
George III silver pot lid with stemmed ball knop,
Crespin Fuller, London 1806, weight 3.1oz. (2)
£300-400
Lot
304
A George III silver wine coaster
J. T. Younge & Co., Sheffield 1809, the plain bellied
side with gadrooned flared, shaped edge and rim with
applied bead and scroll work, on a turned wooden
base, 7¼in. (18.5cm.) diameter, lacks central boss
from base.
£100-150
307.
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Lot
305
A pair of 19th century silver plated wine coasters
with plain, bellied sides with gadrooned rims and
turned wooden bases, together with a set of three wine
glass coasters with pierced, feather decorated sides and
turned wooden bases and a 19th century silver plated
on copper chamberstick, crested, the underside double
struck with sun marks, c.1860, 6in. (15.5cm.)
diameter. (6)
£60-80
Lot
306
An early 19th century miniature musical box in a
pressed horn case
c.1840, the lid with decoration of a figure on
horseback riding past a river with manned boats and an
island set with houses and trees, the base, with keywind aperture, embellished with alternate bands of
wavy lines and trelliswork, the movement set below a
sheet of clear horn, with key, 3¾in. (9.5cm.) long
£150-200
Lot
307
A good quality Victorian silver plated on copper entrée
dish and cover
the incurved gadrooned edges with extended rounded
corners decorated with acanthus leaves and shells, the
underside of the reversible lid and oval removable
handle similarly decorated, 12in. (30.5cm.) long,
together with a late Victorian silver plated on copper
oblong entrée dish with glass liner and engraved
armorials, 11in. (28cm.) long. (2)
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
308.
Lot
308
An Art Deco gilded bronze figure of a reclining saluki
on an oblong onyx base, the figure 7½in. (19cm.) long.
311.
£30-40
309.
310.
Lot
309
A mid-18th century Sheffield plate campagna form
bottle cooler
with foliate decorated handles, raised on a cushion
knop stem and gadrooned incuse stepped foot, the
body engraved with a crest of an armoured arm
holding a wolf's head, 10¼in. (26cm.) high.
£60-100
312.
Lot
310
A late-19th century silver plated on copper
candelabrum
the inverted baluster column on a stepped base, the
removable top section with two scrolled, reeded
branches with foliate decoration, with removable
flame caps, 21½in. (55cm.) high, together with another
19th century silver plated on copper candelabrum,
18in. (46cm.) high. (2)
£60-100
313.
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Lot
311
A late 19th century French silver and gilt cake slice
the silver handle edged with repoussé decoration of
mistletoe surrounding a plain cartouche, the terminal
with two graduated flower bells beneath leaves,
impressed Minerva head mark of Paris, the gilded
blade with foliate engraving, 11½in. (29cm.) long.
£20-30
Lot
312
A mid-19th century silver plated on copper campagna
form bottle cooler
with widely flared rim and ribbed handles with foliate
decoration, raised on a stemmed circular foot with
domed step and gadrooned edge matching the top rim,
10¼in. (28cm.) high.
£80-120
Lot
313
A small collection of silver plate
comprising an rounded rectangular galleried tray,
plating worn; an oval biscuit barrel raised on lions paw
feet, plating worn; an oval entrée dish with beaded
rim; a double pickle jar stand with two cut glass lidded
jars; a cut glass mustard pot with plated mount; a pair
of tazzas and an egg cruet stand. (8)
£30-50
The Wilman Collection
314.
Lot
314
An early Victorian black lacquer three section tea
caddy
c.1840, the four serpentine sides with gilded oriental
scenes, the top similarly decorated and mounted with a
faceted swan neck handle, the interior decorated with
gilded grasses enclosing the three cut glass caddies,
10¼in. (26cm.) long, 6in. (15cm.) high, flaking and
cracking to lacquer, gilt worn, caddy stoppers chipped,
one caddy damaged.
£150-200
317.
318.
315.
Lot
315
A 19th century reverse impressed glass picture of a
clipper ship in full sail
backed with copper and set in a maple frame, c.1860, 6
x 5in. (15 x 13cm.).
£40-60
319.
316.
Lot
316
A pair of 17th century style brass candlesticks
early 19th century, the slender triple blade knopped
stems with engraved rings between, standing on
deeply downswept and dished pans and circular
stepped bases, 9in. 23cm.) high. (2)
£40-60
320.
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Lot
317
A cold painted Vienna cold painted bronze figure of a
grouse
c.1910, standing on a solid horseshoe shaped onyx
base with dished centre, the figure 1¾in. (4.5cm.)
high, the base 4½in. (11.5cm.) long.
£40-60
Lot
318
A brass mechanical wine cradle
20th century, hand cranked, on a mahogany base, 9in.
(23cm.) high, together with a silver plated basket
weave bottle holder, 11in. 28cm.) long. (2)
£30-50
Lot
319
A carved white alabaster model of a recumbent poodle
early 20th century, on a shallow oval mossy figured
marble base, 5½in. (14cm.) long.
£20-30
Lot
320
A 19th century Dutch embossed brass wall cistern
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and basin
the half round vase shaped body decorated with the
raised figure of a huntsman shooting ducks,
accompanied by his dogs in a wooded landscape, the
everted rim with an open rope-twist design, beneath an
incuse double stepped lid, the cistern 18in. (46cm.)
overall and the basin 9½in. (24cm.) wide.
£100-150
324.
321.
Lot
321
A pair of late 19th century heavy brass triangular
candlesticks
the deep, incurved and flared stepped bases on ball and
claw feet, the turned, knopped columns and sconces
separated by deeply dished drip pans, 15¼in. (38.5cm.
) high. (2)
£40-60
325.
322.
Lot
322
A late-Victorian oak and silver plate mounted double
inkstand
the ogee moulded oblong base with two carved pen
rests and a T-shaped handle on a backplate with incuse
canted corners, separating the lidded cut glass wells,
raised on bun feet, 12in. (30.5cm.) long, one inkwell
chipped.
£30-50
326.
323.
Lot
323
A small 19th century brass bean shaped flask
with a ringed screw stopper, the body decorated with a
scene in black patination (rubbed), 4in. (10cm.) long.
£15-20
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Lot
324
A Victorian walnut veneered box with tray interior
c.1870, the front and lid with parquetry banding and
diamonds between lines of ebony and edged with cross
-bandings of varicoloured woods, 8¾in. (22cm.) long,
4in. (10cm.) high, together with a small oak box with
fretwork sides and lid decorated with birds. (2)
£20-30
Lot
325
A Victorian walnut veneered writing slope
c.1870, the canted front corners and lid cross-banded
and strung with ebony and boxwood, both decorated
with two broad bands of parquetry and chevron
banding, the interior with sections for inks, pens and
stamps and also containing three secret drawers behind
a sprung mahogany fascia, 19½in. (50cm.) long, 7in.
(17.5cm.) high.
£80-120
Lot
326
Two French rosewood veneered boxes with fitted trays
of drawing instruments
c.1880, one 7½in. (19cm.) long, the other slightly
smaller. (2)
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
327.
328.
329.
Lot
327
A tin plate clockwork toy of Buckingham Palace with
two guards on duty
1930s, together with a clockwork cymbal playing
monkey and a vintage tinplate and wood, Fisher Price
'Pony Chime' toy. (3)
£20-30
330.
Lot
328
A large, carved ebony African female head
probably West African, early 20th century, with plaits
and styled hair, 12in. (30cm.) high.
£20-30
331.
Lot
329
A late-18th century lidded pewter soup tureen
of circular form with swing handles, with domed
conical lid with broad, flared rim, the base with touch
marks of a rose and crown with initials 'N D' and
further stamps 'FP' and 'HL' either side, 11in. (28cm.)
diameter, together with a pewter quatrefoil gourdshaped hot water jug, standing on four rococo scrolled
feet, the low domed lid with a knob of leaves and twig
supporting a peach, the base with impressed mark 'R
Broadhead & Co', c.1880. (2)
£40-60
332.
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Lot
330
Four pieces of antique pewter
comprising a baluster shaped lidded pint tankard with
shell thumb piece, two half pint mugs of slender barrel
form and an acorn shaped screw top flask with scroll
handle,all c.1800. (4)
£30-40
Lot
331
An 18th century Scottish large pewter lidded flagon
of tapered cylindrical form, with slightly flared base,
bearing the inscription on a central band, 'Kinross Kirk
Flaggon', 8½in. (22cm.) to lid, a/f.
£60-100
Lot
332
A late 19th century oval silver plated tureen
raised on four rococo decorated feet terminating in
scrolls, with beaded edges and domed stepped lid with
armorial engraving of a ribbon suspended hunting horn
and script initials TECH., maker's stamp beneath lid,
15in. (38cm.) long.
£60-80
The Wilman Collection
333.
Lot
333
An Art Deco onyx desk set
1930s-40s, with chrome fittings, comprising a canted
inkstand with two wells and two chrome bars forming
a wide pen rest; an oval pen stand with chrome barred
letter rack; a pair of book ends, each mounted with a
chrome hoop and ball; a rocking blotter; a paper knife
with plated blade; and a clock, the onyx face with
chrome baton numerals standing in a chrome hoop on
a black slate base; together with a matched ashtray, a
cigarette box (loose hinge) and a later Colibri lighter,
the inkstand 13½in. (34.5cm.) wide, the clock 9in.
(23cm.) high. (9)
£100-200
336.
337.
334.
Lot
334
A heavy gilt bronze tapered walking cane handle
late-19th century, slightly waisted with an outswept,
domed top, with an overall trellis pattern of strapwork
divided by bunches of grapes and leaves, 3in. (8cm.)
long.
£40-60
338.
335.
Lot
335
A George III mahogany oblong tea caddy
c.1800, with boxwood edging and teardrop inlaid
escutcheon, the twin compartment interior with
mahogany lids with turned bone knobs and mixing
bowl aperture, 6in. (15cm.) high, 12in. (30cm.) wide,
lid handle missing.
£60-80
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336
A George III mahogany writing slope
c.1820, with flame veneers and brass bound corners
and escutcheon, the interior with compartments for ink
wells, stamps etc. and two lidded sections, one for
pens, 19½in. (50cm.) long, 6¼in. (16cm.) high.
£100-150
Lot
337
A late 19th century ovoid bronze lidded urn
raised on a knopped stem and beaded foot on a circular
green marble base, the body with open handles of
crossed branches and berries and decorated to either
side with a female figure in classical dress, one
holding a libation cup and a spear, the other dispersing
flower heads beside the impressed word 'Cain', the
cover with grouse finial, 12½in. (31.5cm.) high,
marble base a/f.
£200-300
Lot
338
A late-Georgian oblong lead tobacco jar
with canted corners and extended, lobed feet, one
missing, the domed lid with heavily moulded
decoration and one side of the body with an applied
plaque engraved V or W Wilman 1838 and smaller
impressed lettering I or J Phillis, 8.5cm. long, 8.5cm.
high.
£20-30
The Wilman Collection
339.
340.
Lot
339
A miniature cast iron figure of Wellington
19th century, 7.3cm. high, one foot a/f, together with a
brass WW1 Princess Mary cigarette tin, containing
two brass military insignia and a blue silk rosette,
together with a Rowntree 1935 Silver Jubilee tin and a
Roman style bronze oil lamp. (4)
£20-30
342.
Lot
340
A pair of 19th century turned rosewood, urn shaped
vases
8in. (20cm.) high, together with a pair of 19th century
brass decorative candlesticks, 8¼in. (21cm.) high and
a pair of carved wood picture frames in the form of
Oriental gateways, 9¼in. (23.5cm.) high. (6)
£20-30
343.
344.
341.
Lot
341
A late-Victorian child's domed canvas covered trunk
the front (with brass lock plate and catch) and the lid
set with brass studded, black canvas straps and the
sides with brass carrying handles, 15¾ x 9in. (40 x
23cm.), lacks interior tray.
£40-60
Lot
343
A large 19th century copper and brass bound log bin
decorated with all over floral and foliate repoussé
decoration and armorials, with later twin loose ring
lion mask handles and raised on three paw feet, 17½in.
(44.5cm.) diameter, 22in. (56cm.) high.
£80-120
Lot
344
English School (mid-19th century)
A still life of a song thrush nest containing five blue
eggs on a branch with apple blossoms
oil on board
8¾ x 11½ in. (22.5 x 29.25cm.)
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342
A 19th century style brass jardinière
of circular form, with repoussé gadroon, swagged and
fruit decoration, with twin loose ring lion mask
handles and paw feet, 13¼in. (33.5cm.) diameter,
11½in. (29cm.) high.
£20-30
£150-200
The Wilman Collection
345.
Lot
345
Thomas Liddell (British, c.1820)
'East Cowes Castle'
348.
pencil and wash, inscribed in pencil to the reverse
5½ x 7¾in. (14 x 19.5cm), together with another by
the same hand, 'East Cowes Castle', titled top right
5 x 8¾in. (12.75 x 22.5cm.) (2)
£50-100
346.
pencil and watercolour
4¾ x 6¼ in. (12 x 16cm.), together with another,
probably by the same hand, of two figures in front of a
thatched cottage by trees, 4¾ x 6¾in. (12 x 17cm.)
(3)
£50-100
Lot
346
English School (mid-19th century)
A standing ram with two recumbent ewes in a rustic
setting beside shrubbery with a farm in the background
349.
pencil sketch, set in an oval mount with period
veneered frame
11 x 17½in. (28 x 44.5cm.), together with H.Grainger,
'Maple Durham Mill', pencil with chalk highlights,
signed lower left and title lower right. (2)
£60-80
347.
Lot
347
English school (mid-19th century)
A landscape with thatched barns amongst trees and
beside a stream, with grassland and hills in the
background
350.
oil on panel, signed indistinctly at lower right edge of
panel
£100-150
7½ x 11½in. (19 x 29cm.)
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348
English School (early 19th century)
A pair of small landscapes, one of open parkland with
a rider beside a lake and a castle in the background, the
other with two figures on a pathway passing trees and
approaching a church in the background.
Lot
349
F. Stansfield (early 20th century)
A cobbled street scene between stone built houses
watercolour, signed
13¼ x 7¼in. (33.75 x 18.5cm.), together with three
further watercolours by Oliver Ramsbottom, 'The
Window', inscribed to gallery label verso, (signature
partially hidden by mount, lower right), 9 ¾ x 6¾in.
(24.5 x 17cm.) 'The Old Tower House, Shanklin' 13¼
x 9in. (33.75 x 18.5cm.) and 'A harbour & street
scene', 6¾ x 10in. (17 x 25.5cm.) (4)
£40-60
Lot
350
An Irish cut glass Tea Caddy
c.1810, oval form, with comb fluting to shoulder over
a diamond cut band and fluted basal cutting, star cut
base, with comb flute cut disc stopper, height 19.5cm.,
chip to stopper and small chip to base of caddy.
£150-200
The Wilman Collection
351.
Lot
351
A set of four matching Georgian Bristol Green Onion
Shape Decanters
c. 1820, each decorated with a gilt band to neck and
gilded floral and foliate cartouche, inscribed
respectively Gin, Brandy, Whisky and Rum, with
original metal, mother of pearl and cork stoppers,
correspondingly inscribed, ground pontils, height
18cm. (excluding stoppers). (4)
£500-700
354.
355.
352.
Lot
352
A Georgian Amethyst Onion Shape Decanter
c.1835, with an unusually broad base, pontil mark,
plated metal ring and cork stopper, height 17cm.
(excluding stopper).
£100-150
356.
353.
Lot
353
A Georgian Amethyst Onion Shape Decanter
c.1830, the body engraved with fruiting vines, ground
pontil, original plated metal loose ring and cork
stopper, height 19.5cm. (excluding stopper).
£120-150
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354
A Georgian Amethyst Onion Shape Ribbed Decanter
c.1835, of small proportions, with ground pontil,
original brass and cork stopper, height 17cm.
(excluding stopper).
£120-150
Lot
355
A Georgian Green Onion Shape Ribbed Decanter
c.1835, with ground pontil, height 20.2cm, lacks
stopper.
£80-120
Lot
356
A Continental Amber and White Glass Carafe or
Decanter
possibly Venetian, possibly 18th century, the closely
ribbed body and slightly flared neck with drawn white
thread decoration to each rib, applied vermicular collar
to neck, on an applied circular base with rough pontil,
height 24.2cm.
£100-150
The Wilman Collection
357.
Lot
357
An unusual William IV blown moulded and cut
Decanter
c1835, with three facetted neck rings, the body with
bold scale moulding and central raised diamond cut
panels, on a shaped petal base with star and fan
moulding to underside, with cut mushroom stopper,
height 27cm., chips to stopper.
£100-150
360.
£100-150
361.
358.
Lot
358
A pair of late-Georgian Mallet Decanters
c.1825, each with two ring pillar cut neck, flute cut
upper body over a strawberry diamond cut band and
petal basal cuts, cut starburst to base, with strawberry
diamond and star cut cushion stoppers, height 21.6cm.
(2)
£150-200
Lot
359
A matched pair of Georgian Bristol Green Onion
Shape Decanters
c.1820, with ground pontils and the original plated
metal, mother of pearl and cork stoppers inscribed
'Sherry' and 'Port 2', height 16.8cm. (excluding
stoppers). (2)
£200-250
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361
A Georgian Amethyst Ship's Decanter
c.1830, with gilded floral cartouche inscribed 'Brandy',
ground pontil, original plated metal ring and cork
stopper, height 18.2cm. (excluding stopper).
£100-150
362.
359.
Lot
360
A Georgian Bristol Blue Onion Shape Decanter
c.1830, inset rim at base of stem, ground pontil,
original plated metal ring and cork stopper inscribed
'Rum', height 19.3cm. (excluding stopper).
Lot
362
An early Victorian Bristol Blue Ship's Decanter
c.1850, pontil mark to base, mushroom stopper, height
26.6cm.
£120-150
The Wilman Collection
363.
364.
365.
366.
Lot
363
An early 19th century clear glass flask
of flattened, tapered oval form, slightly flared neck,
rough pontil to base, height 25.7cm.
£40-60
367.
Lot
364
An early Victorian Bristol Blue Ship's Decanter
c.1850, with ball stopper & ground pontil, height
28cm.
£120-150
368.
Lot
365
An early Victorian Bristol Blue Ship's Decanter
c 1850, with plated metal and cork stopper and ground
pontil to base, height 23.5cm. (excluding stopper).
£120-150
369.
Lot
366
A mid-19th century cut glass Cream Jug
c.1840, with scalloped rim and deep panel cut body, cscroll handle. and star cut pedestal base, height 12.5cm
£30-40
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367
A late-Georgian Barrel Shaped Claret Jug
c.1830, with panel cut pourer neck with notched rim,
slice cut strap handle, four ring neck, panel cut and
triple ring banded body and star cut base, with star cut
globe stopper, height 26cm., chip to neck and stopper,
together with a late-Georgian Taper Sided Claret Jug,
height 24cm., riveted handle. (2)
£60-100
Lot
368
An early Victorian Kingfisher Blue Ship's Decanter
c.1850, with low straight sides and broad base, ground
pontil, height 19cm., lacks stopper.
£80-120
Lot
369
An early Victorian Bristol Blue Spirit Decanter
c.1850, with short neck with flared rim and barrel
shaped body, press moulded pear shaped stopper,
rough pontil mark to base, height 22cm.
£120-150
The Wilman Collection
27cm.
£120-150
370.
371.
372.
373.
Lot
370
A Victorian Bristol Blue Decanter
c.1840, with slender neck and domed body, wavy
pourer neck, ground pontil and plated metal and cork
ring stopper, height 21.5cm.
£80-120
374.
Lot
371
A Georgian Tapered Decanter
c.1780, with honeycomb cut neck, three cut stars to
body and domed base, with cut disc stopper, height
27.5cm.
£80-120
375.
Lot
372
A Georgian Bristol Blue Club Decanter
c.1815, with snake trail neck ring and flattened ball
stopper, rough pontil mark to base, height 24.2cm.
£150-180
376.
Lot
373
A Georgian Bristol Green Club Decanter
c.1810, with ball stopper and ground pontil, height
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374
An early Victorian Dark Green Brandy Decanter
c.1850, the oval, straight sided body with facet &
diamond and pillar cut decoration, gilt edges and
'Brandy' inscription to shoulder, diamond cut stopper
with gilt 'B', height 19.5cm., gilding worn, chips.
£60-100
Lot
375
A late-Georgian Bristol Blue Flagon
c.1830, of compressed sides shape with neck ring and
twisted rope looped handle, star cut base, height
17cm., lacks stopper.
£120-150
Lot
376
A dark amber glass Flagon
probably 19th century, of compressed side shape with
looped handle, silver plated pourer neck and silver
plated and cork ringed stopper, height 22.5cm.
£50-70
The Wilman Collection
377.
378.
Lot
377
An early Victorian Red Glass Flagon
c.1850, the body of globular form with angular clear
glass handle, petal cut neck with spout and star cut
base, height 19.2cm., lacks stopper.
£100-150
380.
Lot
378
A matched pair of late-Georgian Amethyst and Red
Flagons on a silver plated stand
the flagons c.1830, of compressed side shape with
loop handles and pewter mounts, the amethyst flagon
with rough pontil and plated metal and cork stopper,
the red flagon with clear handle, ground pontil and
matched red flashed glass stopper, on a later silver
plated stand with loop handle by Roberts & Belk,
height of flagons 21cm. and 20.5cm. respectively.
£200-250
381.
382.
379.
Lot
379
A late-Georgian Red Glass Flagon
c.1830, of compressed sides shape with reeded loop
strapped clear glass handle, bladed knop to neck and
neck pourer, ground base, height18.5cm., lacks
stopper.
£100-150
383.
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380
An unusual mid-Victorian Apple Green glass Bottle
Decanter
c.1860, with wrythen moulded neck and body, flared
rim and ground pontil, height 30.3cm., lacks stopper.
£120-150
Lot
381
A mid-Victorian Wine Bottle Shaped Decanter
c.1850, clear glass with trailed blue and white
enamelled wrythen decoration, height 29cm., lacks
stopper.
£80-120
Lot
382
An unusual late-Georgian Amber glass Spirit Bottle or
Decanter
c.1830, the ribbed body with fold over neck rim,
height 28.7cm., lacks stopper.
£150-200
Lot
383
A pair of mid-Victorian Red & White Bottle
The Wilman Collection
Decanters
with red and white spiral enamel decoration to body,
plated metal and cork stoppers, height 33cm. (2)
£80-120
387.
384.
Lot
384
A mid-Victorian Blue Overlay Club Shaped Decanter
c.1870, the body with oval and lunar slice cut
decoration between flute cut shoulder and base, flared
rim, height 30cm., lacks stopper.
£80-120
388.
385.
Lot
385
A mid-Victorian Bohemian red glass Bottle Shape
Decanter
c.1870, with diamond cutting to neck and flute cut
body, the body wheel engraved with a scene of deer in
forest, height 32.2cm., lacks stopper.
£100-150
389.
386.
Lot
386
An early Victorian Prussian Decanter
c.1840, with three neck rings, petal cut shoulder,
strawberry and hobnail diamond cut central band and
petal and mitre cut base, the cushion stopper with
mitre cut edge and star cut wheel top, height 26.5cm.
£100-150
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387
A pair of Victorian Mallet Decanters
c. 1865, with hexagonal and flute cut necks, oval
printies to bodies, star cut bases and flattened printie
cut spire stoppers, height 26cm., small chip to neck of
one decanter). (2)
£120-150
Lot
388
A mid-Victorian Club Decanter
c.1860, with prism cut neck, splits cut meander to
shoulder, floral and foliate pattern cut and wheel
engraved decoration to body, blaze basal cutting and
star cut base, with star cut cushion stopper, height
27.5cm.
£100-150
Lot
389
An early Victorian Straight Sided Decanter
c.1840, with petal cut upper & lower body, star cut
mushroom stopper, height 23cm.
£80-120
The Wilman Collection
390.
391.
392.
Lot
390
A set of three Bohemian red flashed Bottle Shape
Decanters
c.1850, with flared rims, honeycomb cut decoration to
the necks and etched fruiting vine decoration between
fluted cut decoration, the spire stoppers with
conforming honeycomb cutting, height 36.3cm. (3)
£250-350
393.
Lot
391
A pair of Irish Cork Glass Co. Mallet Decanters
c.1800, with three double milled neck rings, the lower
sections of the bodies with blown moulded fluting, the
bases with fluted rosettes around moulded maker's
mark 'Cork Glass Co', rough pontils, with original
target stoppers, height 26.2cm. (2)
£600-800
394.
Lot
392
An Irish Mallet Decanter
c. 1800, with three double milled neck rings and plain
body, ground pontil, pressed target stopper, height
29.6cm.
£200-250
395.
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393
An Irish Mallet Decanter
c.1800, probably Cork Glass Co., with two knife edge
neck rings and conforming rim, blown moulded fluting
to the lower body and fluted rosette base with rough
pontil within a disc, the body engraved 'I*A*SCOTT',
with target stopper, height 29.2cm.
£250-350
Lot
394
An early Victorian quart size Straight Sided Decanter
c.1850, with fluted neck and basal cutting, star cut
base, height 24cm., lacks stopper, together with a pint
size late-Georgian Prussian Decanter, chip to neck and
two other Victorian decanters, both with chip to neck.
(4)
£60-80
Lot
395
A set of three Georgian Mallet Decanters
c.1800, probably Irish, with three plain neck rings,
petal cut to upper section of body and finely flute cut
above the base, with cut disc lozenge stoppers, height
23cm. (3)
£200-300
The Wilman Collection
396.
397.
398.
Lot
396
A Georgian Mallet Decanter
c.1800, with three diamond cut neck rings, petal cut
shoulders and target stopper, engraved 'W' to body,
height 23cm.
£60-80
399.
Lot
397
A pair of early 19th century Irish Mallet Decanters
c.1820, with three panel cut neck rings, panel cut neck
and petal cut shoulder with basal comb flute cutting,
ground pontils, with matched target stoppers, height
29.5cm., one decanter with chips to neck, one stopper
chipped. (2)
£150-200
400.
Lot
398
A pair of Georgian Port Decanters
c.1800, mallet form, with three broad, plain neck rings,
one with plated ring & cork stopper, the other with
brass ball stopper, the ground pontil engraved with a
letter 'P', height 16.3cm. excluding stoppers. (2)
£100-150
401.
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399
A pair of Georgian Club Decanters
c.1800, of widened club shape with three knife-edge
neck rings and unusual rounded bases, both with a
matching oval mahogany coaster with baize lining, the
decanters 25.5cm. high, one neck broken and glued. (2
)
£120-150
Lot
400
An early Victorian Straight Sided Decanter
c.1840, with three facetted neck rings, panel cut body,
star cut base, and star cut mushroom stopper, height
24.5cm., chip to rim, together with another similar pint
decanter, height 24cm., two small chips to rim. (2)
£60-80
Lot
401
A late-Georgian Miniature Straight Sided Decanter
c.1820, with three neck rings, petal cut shoulders and
panel cut body, star cut base, with star cut cushion
stopper, height 18.5cm., together with a smaller
miniature barrel shaped decanter with three neck rings,
petal cut upper and lower body and matched stopper,
height 17.5cm. (2).
£80-120
The Wilman Collection
402.
403.
404.
Lot
402
A large Georgian Mallet Decanter
c.1780, with three plain neck rings and rough pontil,
moulded sunflower stopper, height 29.5cm., unusually
together with a matching glass saucer dish, 21.5cm.
diameter, chips to rim of tray. (2)
£80-120
405.
Lot
403
A late-Georgian Mallet Decanter
c.1820, with facet cut neck ring, panel cut neck, petal
cut body and facet cut octagonal cut mushroom
stopper, height 27cm., chip to stopper.
£60-80
406.
Lot
404
A Georgian Straight Sided Decanter
c.1815, probably Irish, with three rings on the panel
cut neck, the body with flute cut shoulder and basal
comb fluting, with facet cut octagonal mushroom
stopper, height 24.7cm., chip to stopper.
£100-150
407.
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405
A late-Georgian pint sized Shouldered & StraightSided Decanter
c.1830, with panel cut neck and two neck rings, raised
diamond and panel cut body, star cut base, with star
cut mushroom stopper, height 20.7cm.
£100-150
Lot
406
A pair of large Georgian Club Decanters
probably Irish, c.1790, with three neck rings, rough
pontil marks to base and moulded mushroom stoppers,
height 29cm. (2)
£200-300
Lot
407
A massive Shaft & Globe Decanter
20th century, a very substantial quart size decanter,
with flute cut neck with broad, facetted knop, dimond
prism and triangular cut body, star cut base, with tall
blown and cut spire stopper with facet cut ring, height
46cm., tiny chip to tip of stopper.
£120-150
The Wilman Collection
408.
409.
410.
Lot
408
A Georgian Mallet Decanter
probably Irish, c.1790, with two plain neck rings and
pear shaped stopper, height 30.5cm.
£120-150
411.
Lot
409
A Georgian pint size Tapered Decanter
c.1780, with flute cut neck, the body decorated with
stars below a toothed band with slice cutting, over
fluted basal cutting, with target stopper, height
23.7cm.
£120-150
412.
Lot
410
An early Victorian Nelson Decanter
c.1850, with flute cut neck, single triple neck ring,
printie cut shoulder and broad mitre cut body, with
blown tapered stopper with central printie, height
30.5cm.
£100-150
413.
Lot
412
A pair of Heavy Mallet Decanters
20th century, with flute cut necks and body, chevron
basal cutting, star cut base, star cut mushroom
stoppers, height 19.5cm. (2)
£60-80
Lot
413
A mid-19th century Heavy Mallet Decanter
with panel cut neck and body, facet cut domed
mushroom stopper, height 22cm., chip to stopper.
£40-60
414.
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Lot
411
A late-Georgian Bottle Shaped Spirit Decanter
c.1830, with panel cut neck and deeply diamond cut
body, star cut base, with facet cut stopper, height
28.5cm.
£50-70
Lot
414
A mid-19th century Shaft and Globe Decanter
with slice cut neck and three rows of cut printies to
The Wilman Collection
body, star cut base, facet cut spire stopper, height
31cm.
£60-80
418.
415.
Lot
415
A mid-19th century Shouldered Square Spirit Decanter
with wavy cut pourer neck, facet cut shoulders and
canted corners, with diamond and spiral cut globe
stopper, height 19.6cm.
Lot
418
A 19th century Tapered Mallet Decanter
with extensive gilded swagged and floral decoration
with stars, husk and foliate bands, with original gilded
flattened globe stopper, ground pontil, height 29cm.
£100-150
£40-60
419.
416.
Lot
416
A Georgian Tapered Decanter
c.1790, probably Irish, with altering square cut and
plain bands to neck, petal cut to upper body over
an engraved tooth edged band and stars, the base with
deep cut fluting, target stopper, height 26cm.
£120-150
Lot
419
A pair of Georgian Mallet Decanters with Scottish
interest inscription
c.1780, probably Irish, with three square cut neck
rings, pillar cut necks, petal cut shoulders and flute cut
lower body, engraved "BOWMEN OF THE
BORDER" above a bow and arrow, numbered 10 & 11
to the necks respectively, with facet edged lozenge
stoppers, height 29.5cm. (2)
* The society of 'The Bowmen of the Border' was
founded in Kelso in 1788 by a diploma from The
Royal Company of Archers in Scotland, its
membership comprising eighty of the noblemen and
gentlemen residing in the quarter or connected with the
Borders. It is recorded as being active until the mid19th century.
£300-400
417.
Lot
417
A Georgian Tapered Mallet Decanter
c.1780, engraved and gilded with laurel bands to the
neck and shoulder, the body with swags suspended
from a floral band, ground pontil, the cut lozenge
stopper with engraved gilded flower, height 29cm.,
wear to gilding.
£150-200
420.
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420
An early Victorian blown moulded Shouldered &
Straight-Sided Decanter
c.1840, the neck with three moulded rings over a flute
moulded shoulder, the body with diamond cut band
and basal vertical slice and horizontal mitre cutting,
with blown globe stopper, height 29.2cm., chip to
The Wilman Collection
base of stopper.
£80-120
424.
421.
Lot
421
A good set of three late-Georgian Decanters
probably Irish, c.1825, with three diamond cut neck
rings, flute cut neck and tapered upper body over a
raised diamond cut band and straight sided comb flute
cut lower body, with moulded lobed cushion stoppers
with cut tops, height 25cm. (3)
£200-250
425.
422.
Lot
422
A matched graduated pair of mid-Victorian Mallet
Decanters
c.1870, each with an upper double neck ring and lower
triple neck ring, oval cut neck and petal cut shoulders,
oval printie and diamond mitre cut body and star cut
base, both with facetted mushroom stoppers, height
28.5 and 26.5cm. (2
£70-90
426.
423.
Lot
423
A pair of mid-Victorian Mallet Decanters
c.1870, each with an upper double neck ring and lower
triple neck ring, oval cut neck and petal cut shoulders,
oval printie and diamond mitre cut body and star cut
base, with facetted wheel and spire stoppers, height
32.5cm. (2)
£100-150
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Lot
424
A pair of Georgian Heavy Square Shouldered Spirit
Decanters
c.1800, with canted corners and flattened globe
stoppers, ground pontils, height 28.7cm., base of one
stopper chipped. (2)
£150-200
Lot
425
An early Victorian Globe and Shaft Decanter
c.1840, the tapered neck with annulated base ring and
cut printies, over a petal and swag cut body, star cut
base, with oval cut globe stopper, height 30cm.
£50-70
Lot
426
A late-Georgian 'Nelson' Decanter
c.1830, the oval cut neck with annulated base ring,
over a panel cut body, with facet cut globe stopper,
height 31cm.
£60-80
The Wilman Collection
427.
Lot
427
A pair of Victorian flash decorated Straight Sided
Spirit Decanters
with one high neck ring, slice cut neck, shoulder
printies and basal petal cutting, each with a yellow
flashed and etched label for 'Gin' and 'Brandy', with
hexagonal diamond cut stoppers, height 31.5cm., one
with chip to rim and stopper. (2)
£40-60
430.
431.
428.
429.
Lot
428
A pair of early 19th century spirit bottles
of round shouldered rectangular form, the sides with
cut decoration depicting ears of barley, the shoulders
with elliptical cut bands and flowers, sunflower bullseye stoppers, height 29cm. (2)
£100-150
432.
Lot
429
An Edwardian Amphora Shaped Claret Jug
with slice cut neck, etched, diamond cut and oval cut
body and star cut base, plain c-scroll handle, facetted
ball stopper, height 31cm., together with a matching
miniature decanter with three spout pourer neck,
height 23.5cm. (2)
£40-60
433.
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Lot
430
A late-Victorian shaft and globe Claret Jug
c1890, with slice cut neck and decorative etched ferns
to body, star cut base, plain scroll handle and blown
ball stopper, height 27.5cm.
£30-40
Lot
431
An early Victorian Tapered Mallet Decanter
c.1850, with flute cut neck and vertical mitre and
printie cut body, star cut base, facet cut blown globe
stopper, height 26.7cm.
£50-70
A matched pair of Victorian Nailsea style Comb
Enamelled Shaft & Globe Decanters
c.1840, with three rings to base of each neck and
combed white enamel decoration to body and neck,
each raised on a flared circular base with rough
pontils, height 22.2cm. and 20.7cm. respectively, lack
stoppers. (2)
£150-200
Lot
433
A late-Georgian Straight Sided Decanter
c.1830, with three facetted neck rings, oval printie cut
neck, petal cut shoulders and base, with hexagonal
mushroom stopper. Height 29cm.
£80-120
The Wilman Collection
434.
435.
436.
Lot
434
A pair of mid-Victorian Straight Sided Decanters
c.1860, with three neck rings, petal cut shoulders,
mitre, printie and flute cut bodies and star cut bases,
with matched facetted blown stoppers, height 26.5cm.
(2)
£100-150
438.
Lot
435
A late-Victorian Straight Sided Decanter
c.1880, with three neck rings, arch, oval and vertical
mitre cut body, with facetted cushion stopper, height
26cm.
£50-70
439.
A Nailsea style White Trailed Amber Glass Claret Jug
c.1860, the flattened oval body with white enamelled
trailed decoration and flanged base with ground pontil,
with plated metal and cork stopper, height 26.7cm.
£120-150
440.
437.
Lot
437
Two late-Victorian silver plate mounted Claret Jugs
c.1885, the first with a flared cylindrical body with a
raised diamond cut band and wrythen decoration, the
plated mount with domed hinged lid and foliate
decorated scroll handle, height 28.5cm., the second of
tapered cylindrical form, with reeded blown moulded
body with slice cut printies, the plated mount with
satyr spout and griffon mounted handle, height
34.5cm., plating worn. (2)
£80-120
Lot
439
A late-Georgian Mallet Pint Decanter
c.1830, with three triple prismatic neck rings, raised
diamond, prismatic and flute cut body, with a raised
diamond and flute cut mushroom stopper, height
20.6cm.
£100-150
Lot
440
A pair of French Opaque White Glass Bottle Decanters
mid-19th century, with polychrome and gilt painted
cartouches inscribed 'Noyeau' and 'Gigues', ground
pontils, height 29cm., paint distressed, lack stoppers.
(2)
£50-70
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Lot
438
Eight various Decanters
including an Edwardian amphora shaped decanter with
engraved swagged decoration, a pair of blown
moulded Tantalus decanters, one with chip to neck, a
Victorian white cased bottle decanter, neck restored
and four others. (8)
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
both with chips to neck and base. (2)
£30-40
441.
442.
Lot
441
A late-Georgian Club Shaped Claret Jug
probably Irish, c.1835, with shaped pourer neck,
angular slice cut handle, flute cut neck and petal
paneled body, on a petal form star cut base, with
conforming spire stopper, height 35.5cm., stopper
repaired and chipped.
£80-120
445.
A closely matched pair of mid-19th century
Continental Blue glass Water Decanters
c.1860, together with a matching water glass, possibly
by Baccarat, all of deep blue colour with decorative
gilding, each body with an applied opaque white glass
plaque decorated with a handpainted floral spray, the
clear flat top stoppers with conforming gilded
decoration, one stopper with trailed blue inclusions,
the decanters 21.2cm. high, wear to gilding. (3)
£150-200
446.
443.
Lot
443
A pair of large Georgian Mallet Decanters
probably Irish, c.1810, with three neck rings, flute cut
neck and upper body over a prismatic, raised diamond
and mitre cut body, with moulded sunflower stoppers,
height 29cm., chips to edge of stoppers. (2)
£200-300
447.
444.
Lot
444
A pair of Flagon Shaped Decanters
early 20th century, with diamond cut necks, petal cut
shoulders and diamond cut bodies, on star cut pedestal
bases, with facetted ball stoppers, height 32.25cm.,
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Lot
445
A pair of mid-Victorian Bottle Decanters
c.1870, with printies to the necks and star, oval and
vertical and diagonal mitre cut bodies, height 31.5cm.,
lack stoppers. (2)
£40-60
Lot
446
A Victorian Shaft and Globe Claret Jug
with shaped pourer neck, slice cut scroll handle,
diamond facet cut neck and panelled body with
diamond cross cutting divided by vertical lunettes, star
cut base, with conforming spire stopper, height
34.5cm.
£60-80
Lot
447
A mid-Victorian Shaft and Globe Claret Jug
c.1870, with notch cut rim, strap handle, petal cut neck
and body with double knife edge neck rings, star cut
base and matched diamond cut cushion stopper, height
33cm.
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
448.
Lot
448
A late-Victorian Silver Plate Mounted Claret Jug
c.1880, with planished silver plated lidded spout with
acorn finial and pierced foliate handle, on a flute,
diamond and panel cut club body with star cut base,
height 25.2cm.
£60-80
451.
452.
449.
Lot
449
A late-Georgian Mallet Decanter
c.1830, with three notched and raised diamond neck
rings, oval cut neck and flute cut upper body, over
prismatic and raised diamond bands and alternating
horizontal and vertical mitre cut lower body, star cut
base, with raised diamond and fan cut flattened
mushroom stopper, height 23.2cm.
£100-150
453.
Lot
451
An early Victorian Prussian Decanter
probably Irish, c.1840, with three facetted neck rings,
petal cut upper and lower body and star cut mushroom
stopper, height 26cm.
£100-150
A mid-19th century Continental Frosted Glass Liqueur
set
c.1860, probably French, comprising a decanter,
circular tray and five glasses, the baluster form
decanter with stepped gilded neck and stopper,
decorated in relief with gilded and jewelled arabesques
and beaded swags, the glasses with conforming
decoration and the tray with beaded and gilt rim, the
decanter 22.2cm. high. the tray 24.2cm. diameter. (7)
£60-80
Lot
453
A cut glass Claret Jug
20th century, with diamond and petal cut neck,
diamond cut body on two knop stem to a star cut
pedestal base, with hexagonal cut ball stopper, height
32cm.
£40-60
450.
Lot
450
A mid 19th century milk glass mallet shape decanter
with spiral gilt decoration of trailing convolvulus,
8¼in. (21cm.) high, together with a similarly
decorated smaller opaque glass spirit decanter and
matching waisted tumbler, the decanter 6¾in. (17cm.)
high and a chamberstick with serated edge and
polychrome floral and scroll painting, lacks handle. (4)
£50-70
454.
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Lot
454
A box of 18th and early 19th century decanter stoppers
some Irish, most of lozenge, target, sunburst and pear
shape, some chipped. (approx. 45)
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
455.
456.
Lot
455
Eighteen Tantalus decanter stoppers
of typical facetted ball form, some with chips to base.
(18)
£20-30
459.
Lot
456
A box of blown and moulded decanter stoppers
mostly 19th century. (approx. 60)
460.
£30-50
457.
Lot
459
Two boxes of decanter stoppers
mostly 19th century, including spire, mushroom and
cut globe stoppers, together with some smaller
stoppers. (approx. 100)
£30-50
Lot
460
A Turkish Anatolian Dosemealti rug
20th century, of typical design and colours, the single
geometric medallion with latch hook borders and a
row of three cross shaped medallions, on a dark blue
ground and within broad Herati, inner floral meander
and outer floral barbers pole borders, one end with a
typical plaited fringe, 79 x 49in. (201 x 125cm.).
* For a very similar example see Oriental Carpet
Design by P.R.J. Ford, p.221, plate 495.
£200-300
Lot
457
A box of facet cut decanter stoppers
19th / 20th century, including a small number of
moulded examples. (approx. 65)
£25-35
461.
458.
A Qashqai style rug
20th century, the central large elongated hexagonal
medallion in pale olive green with toothed sides,
centred by a single gol within all over floral and
stylised tree decoration, on a similarly decorated pale
brown ground, within a broad boder of stylised trees
and diamond gols and multiple narrower borders, 73 x
51in. (185.5 x 130cm.).
£50-100
Lot
458
A small quantity of coloured glass decanter stoppers
19th century, including Bristol green, ruby flashed,
Bohemian amber and pale blue, together with novelty
crown and pug dog stoppers. (18)
£20-30
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Lot
461
The Wilman Collection
465.
A large machine made Hunting rug
the pale blue grey field with overall decoration
depicting huntsmen on horseback and beasts, within
flowering foliage set with birds, within a broad madder
border with conforming decoration and narrow floral
meander outer borders, 159 x 115in. (404 x 292cm.).
£200-300
Lot
462
462.
A silk prayer rug
20th century, the central dark red field with a lobed
mihrab and ornate pendant lantern over six urns
beneath, flanked by pairs of spiral twisted columns
supporting the mihrab, which is decorated with ivory,
olive green and ochre floral and foliate scrolls on a
dark blue ground, beneath a copper floral panel, all
within multiple Herati borders, 72 x 52in. (183 x
132cm.).
£300-500
463.
466.
An 18th century eight day longcase clock
the five pillar twin train bell strike movement with
anchor escapement, the square brass dial signed 'Anth
Harrison London', with matted centre with subsidiary
seconds dial and date aperture, pierced steel hands,
silvered Roman chapter ring and gilt cherub and crown
spandrels, in a provincial stained pine case, the trunk
door with lentical, 84in. (215cm.) high.
£300-400
467.
An extremely rare, probably unique, Channel Islands
carved oak figural longcase clock
early 19th century, the the lyre shaped hood heavily
carved with floral and foliate decoration, centred with
an acanthus basket and rose surmount, the shaped
glazed door with husk and rope twist carved borders,
on a foliate carved dished mount, the trunk beneath of
extraordinary form, carved in the form of a female in
nun's robes, her arms at hers sides and holding a prayer
book, the tips of her feet protruding, on a rounded
rectangular plinth base, the eight day, five pillar twin
train movement with anchor escapement and striking
on a bell, the brass dial with matted centre and silvered
Roman chapter ring, the silvered arch signed 'Edouard
Renouf, Jersey', with subsidiary seconds dial, pierced
steel hands, date aperture and 'Strike/Silent' to arch
flanked by gilt floral and foliate scroll spandrels,
95½in. (212.5cm.) high.
£3,000-4,000
468.
An early 19th century Yorkshire mahogany longcase
clock
the eight day, twin train four pillar movement with
anchor escapement, striking on a bell, the arched brass
dial with silvered Roman chapter ring with outer
seconds, pierced steel hands, subsidiary seconds dial
with engraved sunburst, gilt mask spandrels and
silvered Tempus Fugit roundel to arch, the centre of
the dial signed 'E. Ramsbottom New Millerdam', the
hood with swan neck pediment over an arched glazed
door with turned pilasters, case raised on bracket feet,
82¼in. (209cm.) high.
£600-800
Lot
463
A machine made Bokhara rug
of typical design, 57 x 28in. (145 x 71cm.).
£20-30
Lot
464
464.
A Turkish runner
2nd half of 20th century, the main dark blue and
madder field with three elongated hexagonal
medallions enclosing stylised motifs and divided by
floral spandrels, within an ivory floral meander border,
112 x 24in. (284.5 x 61.5cm.).
£100-150
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The Wilman Collection
469.
An antique mahogany framed mirror
c.1780, the ogee moulded frame surmounted by a
swan-neck pediment, with the original plate, 19¾in.
(50cm.) high, 13½in. (34.5cm.) wide, adapted.
£50-70
470.
A rare and unusual Queen Anne walnut veneered
glazed cabinet on stand
early 18th century, of small proportions, the arched
and flared cornice over a plain frieze and arch shaped
glazed door with reeded glazing bars, enclosing two
adjustable shelves, the stand with a herringbone
banded panel to the top and ogee edge moulding, over
a single frieze drawer with the original brasses and
front to back oak lining, over an arcaded apron with
turned bun pendants and cockbeaded edge, raised on
inverted bottle turned supports united by an interlaced
crescent stretcher, on bun feet, 73½in. (187cm.) high,
25¼in. (64cm.) wide, 17¾in. (45cm.) deep.
£1,500-2,000
471.
An early 18th century style wingback armchair
c.1900, the high wingback upholstered in floral
needlework, on scroll carved cabriole front supports
with pad feet.
£150-200
472.
An early 18th century two-part veneer panelled oak
chest
the planked, cleated top on moulded brackets, the
upper section with a shallow panelled front drawer
over a deep chamfer panelled frieze drawer, the base
section with two shallower conforming drawers, all
with iron locks, oak linings and grooved runners, with
later ebony handles, on stile feet, 43in. (109cm.) wide,
40in. (101.5cm.) high, 25in. (63.5cm.) deep.
£400-600
473.
An 18th century walnut cabinet on stand
the ogee moulded pediment over three short and three
long graduated cross banded drawers, with gilt brass
drop handles and escutcheons and iron locks, the later
stand with one long and two short deeper drawers,
over a shaped apron, raised on carved cabriole
supports with pad feet, 57in. (145cm.) high, 43in.
(109cm.) wide, 24½in. (62cm.) deep, alterations.
£600-800
474.
A small George III oak clothes press
the moulded pediment over two chamfer panelled
doors enclosing three adjustable slides, over two short
and one long drawers, raised on bracket feet, 59in.
(150cm.) high, 49in. (124.5cm.) wide.
£100-200
A 19th century Dutch walnut and marquetry display
cabinet
the broken pediment over a scale banded cornice and
pair of glazed doors and three pane canted side glasses,
enclosing three shaped shelves, the base with a pair of
raised panelled cupboard doors enclosing three
shelves, on shaped bracket feet, the whole decorated in
marquetry with floral tracery, birds and floral urns in
satinwood and ebony, 84½in. (214.5cm.) high, 53in.
(134.5cm.) wide, 11in. (28cm.) deep.
£1,500-2,000
476.
A 19th century Continental burr walnut and tulipwood
cross banded toilet mirror
the cartouche shaped plate within a conforming frame,
on a serpentine base with concealed frieze drawer, on
scroll feet, 30in. (76cm.) high, 23in. (58.5cm.) wide.
£100-200
477.
An 18th century and later Continental oak draw leaf
table
the cleated top on a stepped moulded frieze and single
frieze drawer, raised on four substantial bulbous turned
supports united by a substantial moulded undertier, on
turned feet, 43½ x 26¾in. (110.5 x 68cm.), 78in.
(198cm.) long extended, 32in. (81cm.) high,
alterations.
£200-300
478.
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475.
Lot
478
A French Louis XVI style transitional breakfront
walnut and kingwood commode
19th century, the white and grey marble top over two
drawers with inlaid quarter veneered kingwood panels
within satinwood banded borders and gilt brass
handles and escutcheons, flanked by kingwood
veneered and ormolu mounted canted corners, the
apron below centred by an ormolu foliate mount,
raised on angular cabriole supports with ormolu
sabots, 38in. (96.5cm.) wide, 32in. (81cm.) high, 17in.
(43cm.) deep.
£600-800
The Wilman Collection
479.
480.
481.
482.
A French kingwood, rosewood and walnut bombe
bureau
early 19th century, the serpentine fall front quarter
veneered and cross banded, with bronze rococo style
escutcheon, the interior with two banks of three
waterfall drawers and a well, over a serpentine bombe
front with two short over one long drawer, with the
original bronze handles and escutcheons, raised on
angular cabriole supports with bronze sabots, 39in.
(99cm.) wide, 37½in. (95cm.) high, 21½in. (54.5cm.)
deep, some veneer losses.
£500-700
An 18th century and later Dutch walnut and marquetry
bombe display cabinet
the serpentine broken arched pediment over a pair of
six pane glazed doors and three pane arched side
lights, enclosing two shaped shelves, the bombe base
with three drawers with gilt brass rococo style foliate
handles and escutcheons, on hairy ball and claw feet
and shaped rear bracket feet, united by a shaped apron,
the whole inlaid with satinwood and harewood floral,
scroll, ribboned bow, butterfly and basket marquetry
within satinwood marquetry borders, 81in. (206cm.)
high, 57in. (145cm.) wide.
£2,000-3,000
Lot
481
A French 19th century kingwood, mahogany and
ebony toilet table
the ebony bound top with lift-up mirror and hinged
sides with lidded compartments beneath, over a central
slide with leather writing surface, a central drawer and
two shallow drawers to either side below faux drawers,
raised on shaped square tapered supports with ormolu
sabots, 31½in. (80cm.) wide, 18in. (46cm.) deep,
27½in. (70cm.) high.
£300-500
A French 19th century miniature child's fauteuil
the beech showframe with shaped padded back centred
by a floral and foliate surmount, over scroll and
channel carved arms with elbow rests and a serpentine
stuff over seats, raised on foliate carved channelled
cabriole supports, 25½in. (65cm.) high.
£200-300
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483.
A 19th century banded walnut and amboyna dressing
table
probably Continental, in the early 18th century style,
the moulded amboyna top banded with satinwood and
centred with an oval roundel, over two long and two
short drawers with conforming veneered decoration
around a shaped kneehole, raised on carved cabriole
supports with pad feet, 46¾in. (119cm.) wide, 24¾in.
(63cm.) deep, 32in. (81cm.) high.
£200-300
484.
A French kingwood and walnut bureau
early 19th century, of small proportions, the top and
fall centred by shaped inlaid kingwood panels, the
fitted ebonised interior with an arrangement of
pigeonholes and drawers over a central well and
leather writing surface, the base with two short and
one long frieze drawer, raised on shaped square
tapered supports headed by foliate ormolu mounts,
35½in. (90cm.) wide, 31in. (79cm.) high.
£250-350
485.
An early Victorian glazed flame mahogany side
cabinet
with concealed frieze drawer centred by applied floral
carving, over a pair of arched glazed doors headed by
pairs of carved floral roundels, enclosing two shelves,
flanked by channel and foliate carved scroll pilasters,
on outset carved paw feet, 35in. (89cm.) high, 30in.
(76cm.) wide.
£150-250
486.
A French walnut and ebonised classical revival pier
cabinet
19th century, the hinged top and front enclosing a
vacant interior, over a single drawer and cupboard
base, flanked by ebonised tapered columns headed by
gilt brass classical masks and gilt brass feet, on a
plinth base, 19½ x 18in. (49.5 x 46cm.), 37in. (94cm.)
high.
£150-250
487.
A 19th century giltwood pier mirror
the flared pediment with outset corners over Egyptian
Revival masks, foliate mounts and reeded pilasters,
enclosing a bevelled plate and composition pastoral
panel above, 38¼ x 23in. (97 x 58.5cm.), some
overpainting to gilt.
£60-100
The Wilman Collection
including one carver, with chamfer panelled top rails
and oval backs with pierced scroll mounts, over dropin seats, raised on sabre front legs. (7)
£300-400
493.
488.
489.
Lot
488
A pair of silver plated urn shaped table lamps
early 20th century, with three mythical beast handles
with foliate mounts to the half reeded body, standing
on a wide circular base with leaf and waved decoration
and beaded rim, raised on three lions paw feet, 9in.
23cm.) high. (2)
£40-60
A French walnut miniature child's fauteuil
the walnut showframe with shaped padded back
centred by a floral and foliate surmount, over scroll
and channel carved arms with elbow rests and a
serpentine stuff over seats, raised on foliate carved
channelled cabriole supports, 23½in. (60cm.) high.
£200-300
490.
A French Empire style kingwood clock side cabinet
late 19th century, with cube parquetry decoration, the
drum top inset with a timepiece with enamelled Arabic
dial with painted floral swag decoration, over an
ormolu mounted frieze, the central door with brass
lattice grille flanked by two solid doors, decorated
with ormolu mounts and escutcheons, enclosing two
shelves, on four square tapering supports with gilt
brass caps, 63¾in. (162cm.) wide, 78½in. (200cm.)
high, 17in. (43cm.) deep.
£400-600
491.
A fine early Victorian marquetry inlaid burr walnut
centre table
the circular, radially veneered top centred by a
marquetry floral and foliate basket roundel, the outside
edge with a broad marquetry border decorated with
alternating roses and acanthus motifs, raised on a
substantial turned column to a carved cabriole tripod
base, with brass and china casters, 53½in. (136cm.)
diameter, 28¾in. (73cm.) high.
£1,200-1,500
494.
495.
496.
492.
Lot
492
A set of seven William IV mahogany dining chairs
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A George III mahogany corner washstand
c.1800, the arched back with small shelf over two tiers,
the lower with central frieze drawer flanked by faux
drawers, on outswept square tapered supports, 40in.
(101.5cm.) high, 27½in. (70cm.) wide.
£80-120
Lot
494
A cut glass oil lamp by Hinks & Sons
20th century, the hobnail cut ovoid reservoir on a
faceted and flared foot with star cut base, brass burner
knobs stamped 'Hinks & Co. Benetfink No.2 Duplex',
with matching cushion shaped shade with flared, plain
glass rim, 17½in. (44.5cm.) high, chip to shade.
£60-100
Lot
495
A Victorian brass and glass oil lamp
the reeded and tapered brass column on a wide, ribbed
foot above a black pottery circular base, the reservoir
shading from cream to caramel and moulded with
reeded bands and fruiting vine decoration, with brass
reservoir and glass chimney, height excluding
chimney, 18½in. (47cm.).
£60-80
An early 19th century mahogany Hunt table
the crescent shaped top with reeded edge and drop flap
ends opening on lopers, raised on four ring turned
tapered supports with brass casters, 48in. (122cm.)
wide, 28½in. (72.5cm.) high.
£300-400
The Wilman Collection
497.
A magnificent quality Edwardian inlaid mahogany
inverted breakfront library bookcase
the toothed parquetry banded flared cornice over a
similarly banded frieze, over four Gothic arched
astragal glazed doors with satinwood banding,
enclosing six adjustable shelves to each section, the
uprights with toothed parquetry banding, all over a
shallow cupboard base, the four fielded panelled doors
centred with inlaid satinwood paterae, on a shaped
plinth base, 106in. (269cm.) wide, 100½in. (235cm.)
high, 15¼in. (39cm.) deep.
£2,000-3,000
498.
A large George III inlaid mahogany sideboard
the low cross banded and boxwood strung breakfront
back with a central concealed drawer centred by a
shell patera, flanked by two long drawers and
bowfronted tambour end cupboards, over a
conforming breakfront base, the central drawer with
shell patera flanked by two long drawers with oval gilt
brasses and parquetry banding, a deep double drawer
to either end, raised on square tapered line inlaid and
parquetry banded supports with brass casters, 84½in.
(215cm.) wide, 43in. (109cm.) high, 31in. (79cm.)
deep, lacks brass gallery.
£800-1,200
499.
A 17th century and later oak dresser base
the planked top over double panelled sides and three
frieze drawers with octagonal panelled fronts and 18th
century brasses, above two central drawers flanked by
two chamfer panelled cupboard doors enclosing single
shelves, on stile supports, 64¼in. (163cm.) wide,
33¾in. (85.5cm.) high, 19½in. (49.5cm.) deep, one
foot missing.
£300-400
500.
An antique oak plate rack
probably 18th century, with an arcade carved pediment
with peg hooks and two plate shelves alternating with
cross bars, 69½in. (176.5cm.) wide, 54½in. (138.5cm.)
high.
£200-300
501.
502.
503.
504.
A George IV rosewood open bookcase
the top with three adjustable shelves within turned
column borders, with stiff leaf mounts headed by
applied brass fruiting vine roundels, the base with a
fluted frieze over two adjustable shelves with
conforming columns on carved scroll brackets, on a
plinth base, 78in. (198cm.) high, 28in. (71cm.) wide,
12½in. (32cm.) deep.
£300-400
505.
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A fine quality George III style mahogany breakfront
glazed library bookcase
1920s, the flared foliate and Greek key carved cornice
over four eleven pane astragal glazed doors, each
enclosing three adjustable mahogany shelves, the base
with conforming carved decoration with four quarter
veneered fielded panel doors, raised on six foliate
carved cabriole supports on ball and claw feet, united
by gadroon moulding and centred with a bold foliate
scroll cartouche, 93in. (236.5cm.) wide, 86½in.
(220cm.) high, 19¼in. (49cm.) deep.
£800-1,200
Lot
503
A pair of 19th century campaign style mahogany
cupboards
brass bound, each with a panelled door enclosing a
single slide shelf, raised on shallow bracket feet, 21½
x 22in. (54.5 x 56cm.), 43in. (109cm.) high. (2)
£100-150
Lot
504
A large early 20th century quadruple mahogany
wardrobe
the flared dentil carved cornice over two pairs of
panelled doors enclosing hanging space, raised on
shaped bracket feet, 105in. (267cm.) wide, 87½in.
(222/5cm.) high.
£250-350
A George IV rosewood open armchair
the upholstered scroll back decorated with turned
roundels, over scroll arms with elbow pads, raised on
sabre legs with brass cap casters, 39½in. (100cm.)
high, 26in. (66cm.) wide.
£200-300
The Wilman Collection
506.
A George III spiderleg mahogany side table
the oblong drop flap top opening on slender turned
gatelegs united by turned peripheral stretchers, 33½ x
11½in. (85 x 29cm.), 27½in. (70cm.) high.
£100-150
511.
507.
508.
509.
Lot
507
A 17th century and later oak coffer
the planked top on the original split pin hinges, over a
floral scroll frieze and three lozenge carved panels
divided by scroll meander muntins, the stiles and
apron with inlaid toothed banding, on stile feet, 43½in.
(110.5cm.) wide, 21in. (53.5cm.) deep, 26in. (66cm.)
high.
£250-350
A 19th century banded walnut clothes press
probably using earlier elements, the arched pediment
over burr walnut arch panelled doors with herringbone
and cross banding and fluted canted corners, raised on
shallow bracket feet, 77in. (195.5cm.) high, 52½in.
(133.5cm.) wide, 24½in. (62cm.) deep.
£150-200
512.
A mahogany double pedestal desk
1920s-30s, the inverted breakfront top with gilt tooled
leather and a gadroon carved border, over one long and
two short frieze drawers, the two pedestals each with
two graduated drawers within canted corners, raised on
eight foliate carved cabriole supports with ball and
claw feet, 54in. (137cm.) wide, 26½in. (62.5cm.) high,
30in. (76cm.) deep.
£400-600
513.
510.
Lot
510
A set of eight Victorian rosewood balloon back dining
chairs
the scroll and foliate carved backs over stuff over
seats, raised on carved cabriole front legs and sabre
back legs. (8)
£400-600
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Lot
511
A Victorian carved walnut parlour suite
comprising a chair back settee, armchair and ladies
chair, each with scroll and foliate carved showframes
and serpentine seats, with dark red buttoned
upholstery, the backs centred by foliate and bead
carved surmounts, on carved cabriole front legs with
brass and china casters. (3)
£300-500
Lot
512
A Victorian oval mahogany tilt-top breakfast table
the moulded top on a tapered octagonal column with
scroll carved collar and petal carved mount, raised on
four carved cabriole supports with brass casters, 53½ x
40in. (136 x 101.5cm.), 29¼in. (74.5cm.) high.
£100-150
Lot
513
A nest of five walnut tables
1930s, the large circular table with pie crust rim, raised
on four tapered supports with pad feet and united by an
x-stretcher, with four quartetto under tables, each with
an undertier, 25½in. (65cm.) diameter, 21½in.
(54.5cm.) high.
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
514.
515.
Lot
514
A Victorian mahogany cylinder bureau bookcase
the dentil carved pediment with outset corners
supported on turned columns, flanking a pair of glazed
doors enclosing two shelves, the base with a reel
carved cylinder front enclosing a fitted interior with
four drawers and eight pigeonholes, over a pair of
panelled cupboard doors enclosing a single shelf, 45in.
(114cm.) wide, 75½in. (192cm.) high.
£250-350
517.
Lot
515
A magnificent late-Victorian flame mahogany
breakfront compactum wardrobe
the arched architectural pediment with carved foliate
tracery, urn finials on fluted plinths and a central relief
carved wheatsheaf flanked by sunflower roundels,
over an arcaded frieze and four canted panelled doors
with applied floral roundels, the central pair enclosing
five oak and mahogany slides over three drawers,
flanked by a pair of linen lined hanging robes, on a
plinth base, 99in. (252cm.) wide, 103in. (262cm.)
high, 26in. (66cm.) deep.
£1,500-2,000
518.
519.
516.
Lot
516
A 19th century mahogany pot cupboard
the boxwood strung top over a single door, on square
tapered supports, 14 x 12in. (35.5 x 30.5cm.), 29¼in.
(74cm.) high.
£40-60
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Lot
517
A pair of 18th century style mahogany library
armchairs
probably 19th century, the padded arched backs over
serpentine stuff over seats and swept channel moulded
arms with padded elbow rests, on conforming square
tapered legs united by rear and H-stretchers, alterations
to front legs. (2)
£400-600
Lot
518
An early 19th century oak chest of drawers
with two short over three long graduated drawers, with
oval floral pressed brasses, on turned bun feet, 41¼in.
(104cm.) wide, 42¾in. (108.5cm.) high.
£100-200
Lot
519
A pair of George III style armchairs
early 20th century, the angular backs and arms
upholstered in pale beige corduroy, raised on square
tapered mahogany legs with brass and china casters. (2
)
£60-100
The Wilman Collection
520.
521.
Lot
520
A set of eight George III mahogany Hepplewhite style
dining chairs
c.1800, including a pair of carvers, the arched top rails
over pierced vase splats centred by carved husk
ornament, over drop-in seats, on chamfered square
supports united by rear and H-stretchers. (8)
£800-1,200
523.
Lot
521
A 19th century rosewood and mahogany occasional
table
made-up, 19 x 15in. (48 x 38cm.), 18¾in. (47.5cm.)
high.
£30-50
524.
525.
522.
Lot
522
A fine quality Victorian mahogany triple wardrobe
the ogee moulded pediment over a plain concave frieze
and three panelled doors with egg and dart moulded
borders, the two left hand doors enclosing a double
width hanging space over one deep short drawer and
two long graduated drawers with gilt brass locks and
brasses, the right hand door enclosing hanging space
over a single deep drawer, raised on a deep plinth base,
69¾in. (177cm.) wide, 81in. (216cm.) high, 25½in.
(65.5cm.) deep.
£400-600
526.
Lot
523
A George III bowfronted mahogany sideboard
of small proportions, with a central drawer over the
arched kneehole with carved spandrels, flanked by two
deep bottle drawers with the original dividers and later
brasses, within stop reeded stiles, raised on reed and
channel carved square tapered supports with peg feet,
48in. (122cm.) wide, 36in. (91.5cm.) high, 23½in.
(60cm.) deep.
£300-400
Lot
524
A 19th century mahogany night table
with two drawers and a cupboard with the original lion
mask brasses, raised on square supports, 17¼ x 16½in.
(44 x 42cm.), 25in. (63.5cm.) high.
£50-70
An early 20th century walnut wardrobe
the flared moulded pediment over a convex frieze and
two burr walnut inlaid panelled doors with broad cross
banding, over two short base drawers cross banded in
rosewood, raised on bracket feet, 76¼in. (193.5cm.)
high, 50in. (127cm.) wide.
£100-200
Lot
526
A mahogany pierced fretwork wall mirror
early 20th century, 36 x 23¼in. (91.5 x 59cm.).
£80-120
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527.
528.
Lot
527
An Edwardian inlaid mahogany glazed floorstanding
corner cupboard
the boxwood strung swan neck pediment with gilt
brass roundels centred by a gilt brass finial, over a
dentil carved and cross banded frieze centred by a
shell patera, above a thirteen pane astragal glazed door
enclosing a red velvet lined interior with three shelves,
on a matched base with eight pane door and single
shelf, on a shaped plinth base, 84in. (213.5cm.) high,
30½in. (77.5cm.) wide.
£200-300
530.
Lot
528
A 19th century mahogany partners desk
the brown gilt tooled leather top over one long and two
short frieze drawers to each side, the pedestals each
with three graduated drawers to one side and a frieze
drawer over a cupboard to the opposing side, all with
the original brasses, within fielded panelled sides, on a
moulded plinth base, 62 x 37in. (157.5 x 94cm.),
28¾in. (73cm.) high.
£1,500-2,000
531.
532.
529.
Lot
529
A Victorian glazed mahogany side cabinet
with two frieze drawers with gilt pierced brasses, over
a pair of glazed doors within reed and bead carved
mouldings, enclosing a single shelf, on ring turned bun
feet, 47½in. (120.5cm.) wide, 28¾in. (73cm.) high,
14in. (35.5cm.) deep.
£100-150
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Lot
530
A good George III serpentine mahogany chest of
drawers
the boxwood strung top over four long graduated
drawers with boxwood lining and escutcheons, the top
drawer fitted with three compartments, with later oval
brasses, within floral lattice inlaid canted corners,
raised on outswept canted feet united by a wavy apron,
46in. (117cm.) wide, 40½in. (103cm.) high, 22¼in.
(56.5cm.) deep.
£1,500-2,000
Lot
531
A George III toilet mirror
the rectangular plate within a moulded frame with
pierced fretwork surmount, within chanelled uprights,
the cross banded and barber's pole strung base with
two frieze drawers with the original gilt brasses, on
later ogee bracket feet, 27in. (68.5cm.) high, 16¾in.
(42.5cm.) wide, alterations.
£100-200
Lot
532
A Victorian mahogany tripod occasional table
the square top with single frieze drawer, on a turned
column to three angular shaped supports, 15in. (38cm.
) square, 28½in. (72.5cm.) high.
£80-120
The Wilman Collection
533.
534.
535.
Lot
533
A George III serpentine mahogany chest of drawers
the moulded top over four graduated line inlaid
drawers, with the original brasses and oak linings,
within line inlaid canted corners, raised on line inlaid
bracket feet, 44in. (112cm.) wide, 36½in. (93cm.)
high, 21½in. (54.5cm.) deep.
£1,200-1,500
536.
Lot
534
A George III mahogany toilet mirror
the rectangular mirror over a pierced lattice panel, the
serpentine base with three drawers, on ogee bracket
feet, 26½in. (67.5cm.) high, 19¾in. (50cm.) wide.
£100-150
537.
Lot
535
A George III mahogany night table
the hinged top opening to reveal a fitted interior with
various open and lidded compartments and two small
drawers, over a slide and two short drawers below a
single fauz drawer, raised on square supports with
pierced corner brackets, united by an undertier with
kneehole, on block feet, 20¾ x 25in. (52.5 x 65.5cm.),
33¼in. (84.5cm.) high.
£200-300
538.
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Lot
536
An Edwardian mahogany and leather tub swivel desk
chair
the scroll back and circular seat in brown buttoned
leather, the pierced x-frame back on turned supports,
with reeded seat rail, on four outswept supports with
brass casters.
£200-300
Lot
537
A late-George III mahogany serpentine chest of
drawers
early 19th century, the moulded top over a dentilated
moulding, above three short and three long graduated
and line inlaid drawers, oak lined with the original
pressed brass handles, standing on shaped bracket feet,
43¼in. (110cm.) wide, 23in. (58.5cm.) deep, 37½in.
(95cm.) high.
£800-1,200
Lot
538
An early 19th century mahogany secretaire chest of
drawers
the moulded top over a dentil and fluted frieze, over a
double secretaire drawer and three long graduated
drawers with the original brasses, the fitted secretaire
drawer with green baize writing surface and an
arrangement of eight pigeonholes over six drawers
around a central cupboard enclosing two concealed
drawers and two pigeonholes, raised on shaped bracket
feet, 48in. (122cm.) wide, 44½in. (113cm.) high,
23¼in. (59cm.) deep.
£400-600
The Wilman Collection
543.
A George III style serpentine walnut sideboard
1920s-30s, the carved arched back over a gadroon
carved frieze, over three graduated drawers flanked by
a pair of oval fielded panel cupboard doors, raised on
shell carved cabriole supports with ball and claw feet,
60in. (152cm.) wide, 47½in. (121cm.) high.
£100-200
Lot
539
539.
An oak cricket table
early 19th century, the circular top on turned supports
united by channel moulded stretchers, 21½in. (54.5cm.
) diameter, 23½in. (60cm.) high.
£60-100
544.
540.
Lot
540
An 18th century and later walnut secretaire chest
the cross banded top over a well fitted secretaire
drawer with a Victorian oak interior, with four
drawers, central aperture, eight pigeonholes and baize
writing surface, over two deep herringbone banded
drawers, raised on bracket feet, 44½in. (113cm.) wide,
39½in. (100cm.) high, 25in. (63.5cm.) deep.
£100-200
545.
541.
542.
An early 19th century and later mahogany clerk's desk
the angled hinged top with later writing surface,
enclosing a vacant interior, on two pedestals, each with
three graduated drawers with original brasses and with
brass carrying handles to sides, raised on bracket feet,
48½in. (123cm.) wide, 37in. (94cm.) high, 27½in.
(70cm.) deep.
£300-400
Lot
542
A Victorian glazed mahogany bookcase
the flared dentil carved cornice over a pair of double
height thirteen pane astragal glazed doors enclosing
five adjustable shelves, on shaped bracket feet, 85in.
(216cm.) high, 44¾in. (113.5cm.) wide, 15in. (38cm.)
deep.
£250-350
546.
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Lot
544
A Regency inlaid mahogany adjustable piano stool
the circular embroidered seat on a screw mechanism,
raised on boxwood and ebony line inlaid outswept
square tapered legs united by an x-stretcher, 20in.
(51cm.) high.
£150-200
Lot
545
An early 20th century mahogany card table in the
George II style
the serpentine swivelling fold over top lined with
green baize, over a panelled frieze, raised on shell and
scroll carved cabriole supports with ball and claw feet,
30¼ x 15in. (77 x 38cm.), 30in. (76cm.) high.
£50-80
Lot
546
A George III inlaid mahogany Pembroke table
the cross banded top with unusual lobed drop flaps and
bowed ends, with a single end drawer, raised on
boxwood strung square tapered supports with brass
casters, 34 x 24in. (86.5 x 61cm.), 28¼in. (72cm.)
high.
£150-200
The Wilman Collection
547.
548.
Lot
547
An early 19th century wingback armchair
of small proportions, raised on square mahogany
supports united by peripheral stretchers, 36½in.
(92.5cm.) high, 25¼in. (64cm.) wide.
£250-350
551.
A 1920s Queen Anne style walnut bed
the demi-lune head and foot boards with chamfered
radially veneered central panels, within cross banded
borders, raised on ogee bracket feet, 5ft. (152cm.)
wide.
£100-200
552.
549.
Lot
549
A 19th century mahogany floor standing corner
cupboard
the flared pediment over a twelve pane astragal glazed
door with three shaped shelves, over a panelled
cupboard door, enclosing a single shelf, on a plinth
base, 78in. (198cm.) high, 31in. (79cm.) wide.
£100-200
553.
550.
Lot
551
An Edwardian inlaid mahogany jardinière stand
the circular top and undertier with an inlaid central
patera, on line inlaid square supports with outswept
feet, 39¼in. (99.5cm.) high, 13½in. (34cm.) diameter.
£40-60
Lot
550
A 19th century mahogany tripod table
the circular top on a turned column and swept tripod
supports with pad feet, 23¾in. (60.5cm.) diameter,
27¾in. (70.5cm.) high.
£40-60
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Lot
552
A mid-19th century French oval planter
the serpentine based body set with panels of burr yew
wood and wide ebony bands around an oval Sèvresstyle porcelain plaque, painted with winged cherubs
seated on clouds with foliate gilded edging on a blue
ground, set in a beaded brass frame, the broad top edge
mounted with a pierced gallery of conjoined C scrolls
divided by pairs of angled ovals, enclosing the metal
liner, 12in. (30.5cm.) long.
£100-150
Lot
553
A brass figural table lamp
early 20th century, formed as the figure of a child
holding a flaming torch aloft which terminates in the
lamp holder, raised on a short onyx column base
encircled by a ring of gilded brass leaves, height
18½in. (47cm.) excluding socket and shade.
£60-80
The Wilman Collection
554.
555.
Lot
554
A brass swan-neck adjustable table-lamp
c.1920, the square pedestal set with laurel wreaths,
above a five stepped base with beaded edges to the top
and bottom steps, the frosted glass pink and white
shade decorated with three clear glass floral motifs,
16½in. (42cm.) high.
£100-150
557.
Lot
555
A French painted beech oval stool
19th century, the stuff over seat on a scale carved seat
rail, raised on foliate and roundel carved and fluted
tapered supports with peg feet, painted in distressed
grey-green, 18in. (46cm.) high, 21½in. (54.5cm.) long.
£100-150
558.
559.
556.
Lot
556
A set of four Victorian walnut balloon back dining
chairs
the line engraved shaped backs centred by carved
floral roundels and with pierced C-scroll backs, over
stuff over seats, on carved cabriole supports. (4)
£150-200
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Lot
557
A mahogany coffee table
20th century, converted, the rectangular top over a
shaped frieze, on turned supports united by a shaped xstretcher, on ball feet, 39½ x 22in. (100.5 x 56cm.),
16½in. (42cm.) high.
£30-50
Lot
558
A 19th century giltwood wall mirror
of rectangular form with canted corners, enclosing a
bevelled plate, 36 x 24in. (91.5 x 61cm.).
£60-80
Lot
559
A small Bokhara style rug
20th century, worked predominantly in dark red, the
narrow central field with a single row of nine
octagonal gols, within multiple wine glass and rosette
borders, 59½ x 30½in. (148.5 x 77.5cm.).
£60-80
The Wilman Collection
560.
A Bokhara rug
20th century, worked predominantly in madder and
dark blue, the central variegated light and dark madder
field with two rows of nine lobed gols divided by rows
of cross medallions, within floral rosette and chevron
borders, 70 x 36in. (178 x 91.5cm.).
£100-150
561.
A carved mahogany standard lamp
early 20th century, the turned and reeded column with
carved wheatear,husk and foliate decoration, on three
cabriole supports with ball and paw feet, 61¼in.
(155.5cm.) high.
£60-80
562.
563.
564.
Lot
562
A pair of Edwardian satinwood banded mahogany
table boxes
originally from a dressing table, of bowfronted from
with concave sides, each with a single drawer with
pierced brass handle, on an ogee moulded plinth base,
14¼ x 9¼in. (36 x 23.5cm.), 6in. (15cm.) high. (2)
£30-40
565.
Lot
564
Three miniature coloured glass vases
two probably late-18th century, one in blue soda glass
and the other in green glass, both with twin handles,
the other late-19th century, the twin handled
cylindrical body of blue, red, yellow and green spirals
dragged to form a checker-board pattern, with blue
cylinder neck and everted and down-turned rim, all
approximately 6cm. high. (3)
£60-100
Lot
565
Three mid 19th century white opaque glass, inverted
baluster shaped mugs
each with gilt inscriptions surrounded by painted roses
and other flowers, the inscriptions reading 'Rise early
and employ the time', 'Who love and respect May
esteem well expect' and 'Mary', all 4¼in. (11cm.) high,
together with a another baluster shaped mug with
everted rim and slightly raised foot rim, decorated with
a gilt line drawn basket of flowers, 4½in. (11.5cm.)
high. (4)
£100-150
Lot
563
A 19th century Oriental white glass vase
of tapered cylindrical form with a swollen base,
decorated in gilt to the exterior with a banded of carp
swimming amidst water weed and eddying currents,
below a gilt band to the rim, 4½in. (11.5cm.) high.
£100-150
566.
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Lot
566
Two late 19th century barrel-shaped black glass vases
waisted below the rim and with silver painted
decoration of an Austrian huntsman with his hound
chasing a stag, 5¾in. (15cm.) high. (2)
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
567.
568.
Lot
567
A Victorian milk glass strawberry dish
in the form of three conjoined scallop shells, inset at
one end to accommodate a cream jug and covered
sugar basin, all with strawberry and floral painting and
gilded rims, the dish 10in. (25.5cm.) long, restored,
sugar basin finial detached.
£30-50
570.
Lot
568
An early 19th century Bohemian enamelled white
opaline glass tankard
the cylindrical body with reeded handle and flared
base, decorated with a standing cockerel in a rural
background, set in a cartouche of orange, blue and
green floral design with a yellow inner border, below a
band of diagonal red lines with circles between, 6in.
(15cm.) high.
£120-150
571.
572.
569.
Lot
569
An early 19th century Bohemian white opaline glass
miniature lidded ewer
of baluster form, 5¾in. (14.5cm.) high, together with a
pair of small onion shaped vases, 5½in. (14cm.) high
and a small ribbed cup, all hand painted with birds and
flowers in red, blue, yellow and green. (4)
£80-120
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Lot
570
An unusual glass snuff mull
first half of the 19th century, the ovoid bowl with
applied leaves terminating in a tight scroll with a
divided, crimped face edge, the top set with a metal
collar and lid, 3¾in. (9.5cm.) long.
£100-150
Lot
571
An early Victorian Bristol Blue blown moulded Jug
c.1850, the bellied jug with overall raised 'pimpled'
decoration to the body below a straight neck and cscroll handle, height 20.5cm., crack to neck, together
with a Victorian black moulded glass jug decorated
with a tavern scene with Tam O'Shanter, height 13cm.
(2)
£40-60
Lot
572
Three coloured glass perfume or scent bottles
comprising an early 20th century French scent bottle
with trailed blue glass seaweed decoration and blue
glass stem and foot; and a pair of 19th century blown
moulded bottles with faceted, flared bodies on lobed
bases and with knopped cylinder necks, 4in. (10cm.)
high. (3)
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
573.
Lot
573
A rare 18th century glass scent bottle from the
Wistarberg glassworks of Salem County, New Jersey
c.1770, in the form of a miniature pistol, the finely
ribbed glass drawn in a tight curl forming the butt and
then blown to form the body and muzzle, with applied
pincered decoration to the top, around the butt and
then folded forming the trigger and guard, 2¾in.
(5.75cm.) long.
* Caspar Wistar founded the Wistarberg works in
1739, having imported Dutch artisans and contracted
with them that they would teach the art of glass
making to Caspar and his son, Richard and no-one
else. They remained in operation until 1780.
576.
Lot
576
A 19th century pedestal or stem paperweight
probably French, the slightly ovoid weight with a
pontil mark to the top, enclosing four conjoined
trumpet shaped flowers in white, dark red, yellow,
orange and blue speckle, centred by bubbles, emerging
from a conforming undertier, on a waisted stem and
plain base with device mark, 7½in. (19cm.) high.
£80-120
£80-120
577.
574.
Lot
574
A late 19th century glass paperweight
the base applied with a coloured print depicting a
cavalry skirmish at the Battle of Balaclava, the shallow
domed top with serpentine, double- stepped sides and
rounded ends, the painted underside with a printed
laurel wreath enclosing the initials 'A A' and
'Inventeur', 4in. (10cm.) long.
£30-40
578.
575.
Lot
575
A mid-Victorian green glass dump
with interior decoration of frosted glass and bubbles
depicting a two-tier garden urn, 3¾in. (9.5cm.) high.
£50-70
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Lot
577
An unusual Bristol blue flask in the form of a mace
Continental, probably French, c.1800, with white
enamel dotted decoration and a pewter collar and
screw stopper, the slender baluster body terminating in
a ribbed and gilded onion shaped knob with a double
knop finial and applied pinched collar, 19in. (48.5cm.)
long.
£100-200
Lot
578
A fine quality opaline glass vase from the Richardson
factory
c.1845, the elongated, inverted baluster body with a
waisted and flared neck, raised on a circular gilded
foot, decorated with fine quality painting of a large
spray of many flowers including roses, poppies, forget
-me-nots, peony and fuchsia, the remainder of the vase
randomly painted with individual flowers or small
groups, 17¾in. (45cm.) high.
* The brothers William Haden, Benjamin and
Jonathan Richardson together with Thomas Webb
bought the Wordsley Glass House in 1829 and by
The Wilman Collection
the 1840s were producing white glass, highly
decorated with floral painting, going on to exhibit at
the Great Exhibition of 1851.
£500-700
582.
579.
Lot
579
An 18th /19th century finely spun and moulded dark
amethyst glass saucer dish
the central well with deeply impressed rosette a broad,
flat rim with folded edge, 13¼in. (34.5cm.) diameter.
£80-120
583.
580.
Lot
580
Two blue glass saucer dishes
mid-19th century, one of circular moulded, lobed form
and the other plain, 7½in. (19cm.) and 7¾in.
(19.75cm.) diameter, together with a pair of mid-19th
century blue glass barrel shaped tankards with
enamelled floral decoration and gilded inscriptions,
'Nancy' and 'Let mirth abound to friends around' and a
solid blue glass model of a Viking longboat with
pincered decoration, 20th century, 7¼ in. (18.5cm.)
long. (5)
£50-70
584.
581.
Lot
581
A mid-19th century Bristol green glass wine bottle
of tapered cylindrical form with fold-over neck and
pontil mark to base, 12in. (30.5cm.) high.
£40-60
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Lot
582
Nine coloured glass apothecary flasks
comprising five blown flasks, four in green tinted and
one in clear glass, early to mid 19th century; and four
later 19th century flasks in blue moulded glass, 4¼in.
to 10in. (11cm. to 25cm.) long. (9)
£50-70
Lot
583
A late 18th century white enamel spiral latticinio glass
flask
probably Nailsea, of rectangular form with incuse
edges, 3in. (7.75cm.) high, crack to one side, together
with two Nailsea pens with coloured enamel incised
twist stems with bird finials, early 20th century, 6in.
(15cm.) long, one bird a/f. (3)
£40-60
Lot
584
A French 19th century Olive Green Magnum Wine
Bottle
c.1850, with unusually highly domed base, plated neck
metal mount and brass & cork ring stopper, height
40cm., together with a mid-19th century Bristol green
glass wine bottle, height 30.75cm. (2).
£50-70
The Wilman Collection
585.
586.
Lot
585
A long necked onion shaped sprinkler flask
possibly Islamic, known as an 'ommom', the wafer
thin, blown amber glass body with an iridescent
surface and of a design from around the 10th century,
8¼in. (21cm.) high.
£30-50
588.
Lot
586
An early 19th century mould-blown brown glass
figural flask
in the form of a cloaked female with her hands clasped
in prayer, probably American and from the Whitney
Glass Works of Philadelphia, 12½in. (32cm.) high.
589.
Lot
588
A small blue glass onion shaped vase
c.1800, the long neck with two rings and everted rim,
raised on a slender stem with cushion knop and
circular foot, 6¼in. (16cm.) high, together with a
pewter mounted blue glass baluster pepper, c.1860,
with a triple ring below the shallow-domed and
pierced top, on a stepped circular pewter foot, 4½in.
(11.5cm.) high. (2)
£40-60
Lot
589
A blown glass yard of ale
of typical form, 35½in. (90cm.) long.
£30-40
£150-200
587.
Lot
587
An unusual mid-Victorian moulded Blue glass Spirit
Bottle
possibly Irish, c.1865, with ribbed neck and square,
ribbed body with lozenge decoration to three sides, the
other blank, height 32.7cm., lacks stopper.
£40-60
590.
Lot
590
Two rare 18th century Venetian glass tazzas of 'vetro à
reticello' design
also known as 'vetro di trina' or Venetian Netzglass,
the very thin dish tops with shallow upturned edges,
on tapered cylindrical stems with flared and folded
feet, both dishes 13½in. (34cm.) in diameter, one 4in.
(10cm.) high, the other, 3¼in. (8cm.) high. (2)
* In several books of reference and museum
collections these are described as 17th century. Each is
composed of two plates set with opposing series' of
spiralled white threads, trapping an air bubble between
each intersection when fused together.
£800-1,200
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591.
592.
593.
Lot
591
A Stuart Miller for Whitefriars 'Barnaby' blue glass
Toby jug
one pint size, with clear glass handle, 6¾in. (17cm.)
high.
£40-60
594.
Lot
592
A large 20th century Bohemian cobalt blue glass
baluster vase
with heavily gilded everted cup shaped neck, rim and
shoulders and shaped panels on the body, all edged
with further gilding and sprays of enamelled foliage
and flowers, on a gilt foot, 12¼in. (31cm.) high.
£20-30
595.
Lot
593
A Continental glass Nef
probably 19th century but possibly earlier, in the style
of the 16th century Dutch and Venetian examples, the
soda glass ship standing on a large ribbed knop above
a widely flared and folded, hollow foot, the hull with
two applied lines of turquoise glass and a central lion
mask with raspberry prunts either side, the rigging of
drawn and folded glass separated by knobs of the
turquoise glass, the spout in the bows, the open-blown
and ribbed knob atop the scrolled handle at the stern
and the bowsprit all similarly decorated, the rigging
surmounted by a curled ram's horn with a drawn spiral
of the same blue glass, 14¾in. (37.5cm.) high, broken
and reattached at base.
£400-600
596.
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Lot
594
A Northwood carnival glass stemmed and footed bowl
with amethyst base-glass, the four lobed bowl with
tightly waved rim and twin handles, the exterior
decorated with basket weave and inside with apples,
pears and cherries on branches, raised on a pedestal
base, 4in. (10cm.) high.
£20-30
Lot
595
Seven early 20th century coloured glass vases
comprising a pair of slender baluster vases in dark
caramel with gold flecks and encircled with applied
clear glass pinched decoration to the shoulders and
foot rims, 12¼in. (31.5cm.) high; a pale amethyst
flashed, flared cylinder vase with frosted cutting of
flowers, berries and amber triangles, 8½in. (21.5cm.)
high; a G. Davidson & Co. matt black, faceted trumpet
vase, 8½in. (21.5cm.) high; an ovoid white glass vase
with painted prunus decoration, 6¾in. (17cm.) high
and two sand coloured iridescent vases 6in. (15.5cm.)
high. (7)
£60-100
Lot
596
Three 20th century coloured glass vases
comprising a Holmegaard broad cylinder vase in
'Bristol' green, 6¼in. (16cm.) high, the base engraved
'Holmegaard R 1961'; a tapered cylindrical vase in
shaded smoke glass vase, engraved with a figure of a
ballerina, the base with engraved maker's mark, 9¼in.
(23.5cm.) high; and a heavy tapered square section
smoke glass vase by Exbor of Czechoslovakia, the
The Wilman Collection
corners with five incised eye shaped cuts, 10¼in.
(16cm.) high, etched mark to base. (3)
£60-100
600.
597.
Lot
597
A mid-19th century double overlay saucer dish in blue
and apricot glass
wheel-cut, polished and frosted, decorated with trailing
vines, grapes and leaves around a central star, 7¾in.
(19.5cm.) diameter, together with a later ruby overlay
everted bowl and saucer cut with palm fronds, other
long leaves and stars, the bowl 5¼in. (13cm.)
diameter. (3)
£40-60
601.
598.
599.
Lot
598
A post-war Modernist glass vase
c.1960, by Kosta of Sweden, in olive green over clear
glass, the narrow cylinder base opening to a pan top,
cut with offset large circular discs to the inside and
outside, leaving a shadow of paler green visible, 7½in.
(19cm.) high, engraved mark to base 'Kosta SAS
5783', remains of manufacturer's label above base.
£60-80
Lot
599
An American glass sunburst scent flask
c.1820, in mould blown blue glass, with raised oval
'sunburst' decoration to the flattened shield shape
body, 3¼in. (8cm.) long.
£20-30
602.
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Lot
600
A silver plated and cranberry glass double preserve
stand
c.1890, the circular glass dishes with applied clear
glass fold-down coronet rims, mounted on a stand with
high looped handle and four sabre feet, the dishes
4½in. (11.5cm.) diameter, overall length 10½in.
(26cm.).
£20-30
Lot
601
A 19th century Richardson pink and clear glass ewer
the ovoid body with engraved bird and flowering
branches, the lower section and neck with pink
machine threaded decoration, 6½in. (16.5cm.) high,
together with two cranberry glass jugs, the larger of
lipped campagna shape with pinched gadroon
decoration to the lower body and reeded clear glass
handle, raised on a cushion knopped stem with applied
raspberry prunts and a reeded, domed foot, 6½in.
(16.5cm.) high, together with a smaller cranberry glass
jug on seven pinched clear glass foliate feet, 3¾in.
(9.5cm.) high. (3)
£80-120
Lot
602
A good quality 19th century English ruby overlay and
cut glass stemmed tankard
the waisted bowl with flared rim with two bands of
thumb nail cutting at the base below the engraved
monogram 'I H R' between wheelcut and engraved
flowers and leaves, with crossed sprigs of rosemary
(for Remembrance) above and below the initials,
The Wilman Collection
with clear glass handle, standing on a short, knopped
clear glass stem and star cut circular foot, 6¾in.
(16.5cm.) high.
£100-150
606.
603.
Lot
603
A Victorian Mary Gregory Cranberry Glass Jug
with inside ribbed decoration, pourer lip and clear
glass handle, enamelled in white with a girl holding a
flower in a garden, height 17.3cm.
£60-80
607.
604.
Lot
604
A Victorian Stevens and Williams glass basket
c.1860, the pink and white cased ribbed bowl with
handkerchief rim with applied amber glass edge, the
twin thorned branch handle and four drawn tapered
feet also in amber glass, 10½in. (26.5cm.) high,
together with a pair of Victorian white cased and
speckled globular glass vases, with spiral reeded
bodies in pink and amber and a band of folded clear
glass to the short neck, 4½in. (11.5cm.) high. (3)
£60-80
608.
605.
Lot
605
Two mid-19th century opaline glass vases
with hand painted floral decoration, one in pale mauve
opaline glass, of slender ovoid form with flared
trumpet neck and pedestal base, the base and rim with
a jewelled gilt band, the high quality painting in the
manner of the Thomas Hawkes factory, Dudley,
Worcestershire, 14½in. (37cm.) high, the other of
baluster form with a floral spray on a sky blue ground,
on a white glass foot, 10½in. (26.5cm.) high. (2)
£80-120
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Lot
606
A late 19th century white-cased satin glass vase
probably New England Glass Works, in the rare
coloration known as 'Golden Honey', the flattened
globular body shading from the cream, shallow foot,
through yellow to caramel at the top of the slightly
bulbous slender neck, 10½in. (26.5cm.) high.
£100-150
Lot
607
A Stevens and Williams satin glass vase
c.1900, in white over pale blue, the lobed ovoid body
with a flared and pinched rim and frosted glass branchlike handles, 8in. 20cm.) high.
£100-150
Lot
608
A Burmese glass tulip vase in the style of Thomas
Webb
late 19th /early 20th century, shading from yellow at
the base to pink at the top, 5¾in. (14.5cm.) high.
£40-60
The Wilman Collection
609.
Lot
609
A blue glass cylinder vase with Chinese style
decoration
c.1900, the tall slightly tapering vase decorated with a
diamond point engraving of a Chinese peasant walking
with his horse, 12in. (30.5cm.) high.
£30-50
612.
Lot
612
A pair of large enamelled cranberry glass vases
late 19th century, of baluster form, each with clear and
gilt crimped crown rims and conforming pronged feet,
the sides applied with a large clear and gilt lizard
amidst jewelled enamel and gilt floral and foliate
decoration, 14in. (35.5cm.) high. (2)
£200-300
610.
611.
Lot
610
A Continental twin handled polychrome enamelled
clear glass amphora in the manner of Emile Gallé
19th century, decorated in a Medieval style typical of
Galle's early enamelled work, with trailing flowers and
foliage, a double band of hearts to the shoulder and
stylised Persian influenced palmettes around the base
which terminates in a knopped finial, the angled
handles terminating in jewelled decorated prunts, the
enamelling lined with gilding, 12½in. (32cm.) high.
£400-600
613.
Lot
611
Three mid-19th century coloured glass scent bottles
with gilt decoration
comprising a small blue milk glass ovoid scent with
tear drop stopper, 5¾in. (14.5cm.) high; another in
cased glass, turquoise over white, of footed globular
form with tapered neck and polychrome floral
decoration, 5¼in. (13cm.) high; and a blue opaque
glass scent of squat baluster form with everted, petallobed rim and matched stopper, 7¼in. (18.5cm.) high;
together with a yellow opaline bulb vase, with painted
decoration of branches leaves and berries, 5¾in.
(15cm.) high. (4)
£50-70
614.
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Lot
613
A cut glass flask shaped vase
20th century, of flattened ovoid shape with faceted
neck and lobed rim, the body decorated with panels of
strawberry, hobnail, diamond and star cutting, on a
circular star cut foot, 10in. (25.5cm.) high, together
with another similarly cut basket shaped vase with trilobed rim and star cut foot, 5¾in. (14 .75cm.) high and
two cut glass water jugs. (4)
£40-60
Lot
614
An Art Nouveau glass, three-handled vase
circa 1910, probably by Frederick R. Carder of
Steuben, New York, the u-shaped green opalescent
body with flared gilded rim, painted between each of
the handles with a full length art nouveau design of
blue irises and yellow buds with green painted stems
and leaves, all with gilded outlines and highlights, on a
moulded foot, 7½in. (18.75cm.) high, the rim 6¾in.
(17.25cm.) diameter.
£150-200
The Wilman Collection
615.
616.
617.
Lot
615
A caramel swirl glass vase in the manner of
Bermondsey Glass Works
of flared cylindrical form, 10½in.(26.5cm.) high,
together with another vase of similar form but with an
inturned rim, in amber and cranberry swirls, 9in.
(23cm.) high and an opaque ivory and brown glass
vase of inverted baluster shape with everted rim and
knopped base on a rounded footrim, 12¼in. (31.5cm.)
high, all early 20th century. (3)
£60-80
618.
Lot
616
A green tinted soda glass vase with hand painted
Hunting decoration
third quarter 19th century, of baluster form with flared
rim, the body encircled by a hand painted scene of a
stag hunt, in the style of Henry Alken, raised on a
rounded foot, 7¾in. (19.5cm.).
£100-150
619.
Lot
617
A cranberry hanging glass light shade
c.1900, the honeycomb blown moulded shade with
applied, pinched and folded clear glass decoration to
the rim, 5¼in. (13.5cm.) high, together with a large
cranberry bowl with pinched clear glass shell shaped
collar and conforming feet, 9in. (23cm.) diameter, a
similar smaller bowl, 4½in. (11.5cm.) diameter, a
straight sided bowl with star cut base, 7in. (18cm.)
diameter and a cylinder vase on clear stemmed foot,
8in. (20cm.) high. (5)
£60-80
620.
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Lot
618
Ten pieces of late 19th century pressed and moulded
glass
comprising two stemmed and footed bowls, one milk
glass and one green opaline; a pair of small green
opaline, faceted helmet shaped cream jugs; a pair of
caramel egg cups in the form of sleeved hands holding
ribbed cylinder bowls, one chip to rim; three, facetstemmed amethyst slag glass egg cups; and a white
opaline glass book box with raised decoration, lid
broken. (10)
£50-70
Lot
619
A large English ruby overlay glass vase in the manner
of Jules Barbe for Thomas Webb
c.1870, of broad, inverted baluster form with everted,
lobed rim and profuse gilt decoration, the concave
lower half of the bowl cut away to reveal five panels
of clear glass, surrounding by overall gilded rococo
decoration, the upper section deeply cut with a double
band of flower heads surrounded by small flowers and
leaves, all heavily gilded, over two V-shaped incised
lines of clear glass, 8¼in. (20.5cm.) high.
£200-300
Lot
620
A Thomas Webb red and white speckle-glass
Japanesque bowl
c.1900, of oval form with a shaped rim, the body in
red and white speckled clear glass with all-over acid
etched foliate decoration to the interior and raised
gilded and polychrome enamelled foliate decoration
The Wilman Collection
to the exterior in the Satsuma manner, raised on four
short tapered feet, 9¾in. (25cm.) long.
£100-150
624.
621.
Lot
621
A late-19th century Arts and Crafts green glass Clutha
vase
by James Couper & Sons from a design by Christopher
Dresser, the rounded cube body extending into a long
slim neck with a wide flanged rim, the base 4¾in.
(12cm.) square, 23in. (58cm.) high.
£500-700
625.
622.
Lot
622
An exceedingly finely blown late-19th century
Continental trumpet vase
c.1900, probably Venetian, in shaded bands from
cranberry to cream, the the trumpet bowl on a short
cushion knopped stem and inverted baluster which is
spun out to form the circular foot, 17¾in. (45cm.)
high.
Lot
624
Three pieces of early 20th century blue swirl Art Glass
comprising a plate of uneven circular form, approx
12½in. (32cm.) diameter; a ribbed baluster vase with
everted rim, 7in. (18cm.) high; and another of ribbed
and tapered cylindrical form with slightly everted rim,
9¼in. (23.5cm.) high. (3)
£80-120
Lot
625
Two late-19th century speckle-glass jugs
one red and white with hexagonal rim, the other larger
in amber and white with blown dimpled moulding,
both with clear glass handles, 6¼in. (16cm.) and 8in.
(20cm.) high respectively, together with a small
Sowerby moulded blue and white marbled glass vase
with ribbed and strapwork moulding, moulded mark to
base, 4 1/8in. (10.5cm.) high. (3)
£40-60
£150-200
626.
623.
Lot
623
A Clutha Jug by James Couper & Sons
of the City Glass Works, Glasgow, c.1890, probably to
a design by Christopher Dresser, the green tinted
bulbous body with milky white and gilt striations and
air bubble inclusions, drawn up into a narrow bent
neck, to which the angular handle is attached, 9¼in.
(23.5cm.) high, base cracked.
£100-200
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Lot
626
Three 19th century glass celery vases
one cut, c.1860, of campagna form with inverted lobed
rim, the waisted panel cut body on a stepped and
domed foot with sunburst cut base, 9¾in. 25cm.) high;
one blown, c.1840, with ribbed and waisted body,
flared, lobed rim, waisted stem and circular foot, 9¾in.
(25cm.) high; and one moulded, c.1880, with panelled
trumpet body on waisted stem and square foot, 9½in.
24cm.) high. (3)
£60-80
The Wilman Collection
627.
Lot
627
A ruby glass overlay vase of flared cylinder form
c.1900, with an eight lobed rim, the body decorated
with five bands of graduated printies, 7¼in. (18.5cm.)
high, together with a pair of ruby flashed flared
trumpet vases with frilled rims and pendant lustres, on
annulated knop stems and raised foot rims, late 19th
century, 8in. (20cm.) high. (3)
£40-80
630.
631.
628.
Lot
628
A mid-19th century cranberry overlay and cut glass
sweetmeat dish
of urn form, the petal cut bowl with turned over
scalloped rim with alternate star and oval cutting,
raised on a panel cut knopped stem and domed, reeded
foot, 5¾in. (14.5cm.) high, together with a smaller
pale cranberry sweetmeat dish, possibly by Thomas
Webb, with a gilt lined and acid etched decorated rim,
5½in. (14cm.) diameter, a squat, flattened bun
cranberry vase with gilded crackle surface and pinched
clear glass rim, raised on three clear glass drawn and
scrolled feet, 3¼in. (8.2cm.) high, and a shallow
cranberry glass dish with crimped rim on a plain clear
glass stem and foot, 6in. (15cm.) diameter. (4)
£80-120
632.
629.
Lot
629
An Art Deco style frosted glass vase
1920s-30s, of globular form with raised decoration of
galloping horses between bands of clouds to the neck
and foot rims, 6¾in. (17cm.) high.
£30-50
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Lot
630
Two Stuart Crystal R.M.S Queen Mary 1936 -1967
commemorative glass goblets
in their original boxes, each bucket shape bowl
standing on an air twist stem and plain circular foot,
6½in. 16.5cm.) high. (2)
£30-50
Lot
631
A Thomas Webb iridescent bronze glass ewer in the
style of Christopher Dresser
of ovoid form with looped handle and tapering spout,
lightly engraved to the base '12293', 4½in. (11.5cm.)
high, together with a similarly finished small vase of
cut cone shape with everted rim, 3 1/8in. (8cm.) high.
(2)
£100-150
Lot
632
A Nailsea clear glass rolling pin
c.1860, with red and white pulled loop decoration,
17½in. (44.5cm.) long, together with a cranberry glass
horse, c.1900, with applied clear glass, pincer
decorated legs, tail, mane, saddle and rein, 9½in.
24cm.) long, ears chipped and rein reattached. (2)
£50-70
The Wilman Collection
slender green and white overlay baluster vase with
flared rim and floral painted broad circular foot, all
10½in. (27cm.) high. (3)
£150-200
633.
634.
635.
Lot
633
A 19th century Bohemian ruby flashed and engraved
stemmed vase
c.1870, of slender form, the cylindrical bowl finely
wheel-cut engraved with a scene depicting two stags
amongst trees on a wooded, hilly background, the
hexagonal knopped stem on a domed circular foot with
faceted shoulders above a band of trailing leaves,
11¼in. (28.5cm.) high.
£120-150
636.
Lot
634
A pair of mid-19th century opaque glass vases
probably French, c.1850, with long frosted pink necks
and slightly everted tulip petal rims over white opaque
slender inverted baluster bodies decorated with four
large leaves in gilded hearts, separated by further
gilding, on short, pink cushion knopped stems and
raised straight sided foot rims, 15in. (38cm.) high. (2)
£100-150
637.
Lot
635
A mid-19th century Bohemian green and white
overlay glass vase
the tapered stem opening to a wide ogee bowl finely
decorated with alternate white panels of floral painting
and gilding, the rim pierced for lustres, the stem and
foot with shaped white panels and finely gilded
decoration of trailing foliage; together with a
Bohemian cranberry and white overlay vase of trumpet
form with petal cut rim, pierced for lustres and cushion
knopped stem cut with trefoil and quatrefoil panels and
gilded; and a Bohemian
638.
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Lot
636
A good mid-19th century gilded cranberry glass ewer
c.1850, the octagonal panel cut body of slender,
tapering form, decorated with graduated stylised
leaves and tendrils, raised on a domed, petal cut foot
with conforming decoration, the clear glass handle
with an internal line of red glass similarly decorated at
the base, the base with etched maker's mark of a
coronet over a striped shield, 11¼in. (28.5cm.) high.
£80-120
Lot
637
A trio of late-19th century enamelled cranberry glass
posy vases
one of narrow boat shape and two of narrow curved
oblong form, all with raised fine cream enamelled
foliate decoration, the boat shape with added orange
and blue flowers and green leaves, 12¾in. (32.5cm.)
and 11¼in. (28.5cm.) long, together with two small
cranberry and opaline glass dishes with handkerchief
rims and a skirt of pinched Vaseline glass, on seven
matching shell feet, 3in. (7.5cm.) diameter. (5)
£50-70
Lot
638
A Victorian English enamelled blue glass trumpet vase
c.1860, decorated with white painted and gilded
interlaced strapwork, the octagonal faceted body with
a flared and deeply indented rim, each lobe with a
The Wilman Collection
pointed serpentine edge, raised on a short, waisted
stem and a reeded edge to the circular foot rim, 10in.
(25.5cm.) high.
£100-150
639.
640.
641.
amore', 4½in. (11cm.) high; a small pale blue cylinder
vase with basal cranberry glass raspberry prunts and
painted floral band beneath a cranberry glass rim, the
body with a gilt painted crest of a coronet beneath a
star, 3 1/8in. (8cm.) high; an opaline wrythen cylinder
vase with applied drawn thread and basal raspberry
prunts, 3½in. (9cm.) high; and an opaline circular bowl
with shallow foot, with jewelled and gilded decoration
below the rim, 3¾in. (9.5cm.) diameter. (4)
£60-100
Lot
639
A Venetian opaline glass ewer
probably 19th century, in the style of Salviati, the
slender wrythen neck andreeded scroll handle on an
ovoid body with blown moulded teardrop decoration,
on a conforming pedestal base with folded foot,
12½in. (31.75cm.) high, together with two others
similar, one with a wrythen moulded body, the other
diamond moulded, both damaged, a/f. (3)
£100-200
642.
Lot
640
An elegant 19th century opaline glass vase
the slender ovoid body with flared neck, waisted stem
and circular foot, with later gilded metal neck rim and
handle, 10in. (25.5cm.) high; together with a small,
slender trumpet shaped opaline glass footed vase,
7¼in. (18.5cm.) high; a Venetian opaline figure of a
sea horse on a blue, ribbed knop and plain stem to a
wide circular foot, some damage; and a small opaline
fish on a blue glass and gold flecked base, 3¼in. (8cm.
) high, a/f. (4)
£150-200
643.
Lot
641
Four pieces of 19th century Continental blue opaline
glass
comprising a baluster tankard with floral painted
decoration and gilt inscription 'para mi dulce
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Lot
642
An 18th century Shiraz, Persia olive green glass ewer
probably original used as a rose water sprinkler, the
lobed and tapered body with an indented and ribbed
base, drawn to a cylindrical neck with an open knop
and flared rim, the neck with an applied ring to which
the pincered and folded handle is applied, the very
slender high-drawn spout with an applied ring to one
end with two pincered lobes, one damaged, 6½in.
(16.5cm.) high, together with a 19th century Shirz,
Persia blue glass jug, the bulbous body on a flared foot
rim, drawn to a ribbed and twisted swan neck with
open teardrop spout, 12in. (30.5cm.) high, top of spout
chipped. (2)
£100-200
Lot
643
A small 18th century Russian olive green glass flask or
bottle
of flattened circular form with a straight neck and
collared rim, the shoulder of the bottle with an
applied oval seal inscribed 'RIGA', pontil to base,
height 10.5cm.
£30-50
The Wilman Collection
644.
645.
646.
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644
An early 20th Century Fratelli Toso polychrome
millefiore glass table lamp
the tapered column swelling at the base to an extended
circular foot, surmounted by a brass lamp fitting with
ring on triple supports holding a matching egg-shaped
shade, 15¾in. (40cm.) high.
£150-200
647.
Lot
645
An unusual blue Art Glass onion shaped vase
possibly American, mid-20th century, with broad
tapering neck and overt rim, the decoration, in shades
of cream, ochre and russet, of a watermill amongst
trees and a stream running over rocks, appearing to
have been created by a chemical process, 11in. (28cm.
) high.
£100-150
Lot
646
A Victorian glass walking cane
green tinted glass, with crook handle and barleytwist
decoration, tapering to a slightly broader tip, 44in.
(112cm.) long.
£60-80
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A Victorian glass walking cane
with crook handle and white spiral twist decoration
around a spiral latticino core, 44in. (112cm.) long.
£80-120