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Lot 145A group of thirteen silver teaspoons, together with further silver plated and metal items, various EPNS flatware, tray, an engraved brass temple bell and stand, a ceramic fruit centrepiece, two pairs of cut glass salts, a Chinese style vase, and a pair of modern Chinese figural candlesticks. (1 box).
Lot 151A selection of items including a late 19th century navy tin tea caddy, a 20th century porcelain opium caddy, red floral painted detailing to lid and body, maker's mark to base, a large glass jar with applied paper label 'Eau de Cologne, Familia, Parfumerie Novalis', possibly an ex shop display bottle, 32cm, and two jardinieres. (1 box).
Lot 154A collection of ceramics including a large Victorian green and pink glazed clock with matching stand, a selection of modern Blue Wedgwood jasperware, a Royal Doulton figure of a lady, a wash jug with matching bowl and a various other jugs, vases and silver plated cutlery. (2 boxes plus wash jug and bowl).
Lot 156A group of Victorian and later Willow Pattern china, comprising five Graingers Worcester plates, 20cm, two Graingers Worcester egg cups, two Royal Worcester serving dishes, shallow bowl and deep bowl, a Mintons dish, deep bowl and small broken dish, a/f, and an unmarked deep bowl, each with gilt highlighted rims. (15, 1 box).
Estimate: £30 - £50
Lot 159A collection of items including a Wedgwood 'Variations' pattern Bride's Breakfast set in original box, a Chinese embroidered silk picture of a kitten with a grasshopper, a Wittenberg miniature jardinere with pair of matching triangular vases and a three piece tea set by Davison Newman & Co Ltd commemorating the Boston Tea Parties. (2 box).
Estimate: £50 - £80
Lot 163Henry Bird (British, 1909-2000): a coloured chalk sketch of a young lady dressed in Victorian garb wandering in a garden, mounted and framed, 47.5 by 63.5cm, together with a second chalk sketch by the artist, portrait of a lady with eyes downcast, mounted and framed, 34 by 47.5cm. (2).
Estimate: £80 - £120
Lot 168Lawrence Mignot: 'Still Life Charleston', coloured lithograph, limited edition print, numbered 91/150, bottom left, signed bottom right, 49 by 42cm, framed and glazed, 68 by 61cm with original Curwen and New Academy Gallery Receipt, together with Louise Williams, a pair of silkscreen prints, entitled Sonesta I and Sonesta II, number 2 of 25 and 2 of 28, bottom left, bottom right complete with original gallery catalogue from the Gust Gallery, Ayscoughfee Hall Museum, 53 by 55cm, framed and glazed, 78 by 49cm. (3).
Estimate: £60 - £80
Lot 169A group of collectables and porcelain figurines, comprising a wooden backgammon board, plastic pieces and shaker cup, six Wedgwood animal ornaments modelled as a hedgehog, a fox, a red squirrel, a rabbit, a badger and a deer, a cased pair of binoculars, a cased Yashica camera, further camera, and a wooden miniature pub skittles game. (2 boxes and games board).
Lot 173A quantity of mixed collectables, comprising a mahogany wheel barometer and thermometer, a pair of brass clips, a pair of velvet frames, a blue and white bowl, a metal cast press marked 'Patent Kvaerner Brug No 4', two cut glass decanters and stoppers, a wooden plane, a wooden mallet, cheese dish, and a green velvet jewellery box. (15, 2 boxes).
Lot 185A group of mixed ceramics and glass, including two boxed Lladro clowns, six Doulton crystal goblets, boxed, a Doulton vase X8728 9594, two Doulton Pansy pattern D6402 dishes, a Beswick black spaniel, a Herend snail, Caithness Ring o' Roses paperweight, limited edition 352/750, three further paperweights, and boxed perfumes. (2 boxes).
Lot 186A group of fireside and metal items, comprising a group of twenty three Victorian and Edwardian tiles of various designs, a copper bed warming pan, vintage saw, three metal curtain poles and matching metal curtain rings, a set of fire irons, a small brass fender, and a wicker log basket. (33).
Lot 188A collection of three aircraft prints: the first, a limited edition print by Robin Smith, numbered 125/500, titled BBMF D-Day 60th Anniversary Poppy Drop, signed to the plate by the artist and by Sqn. Ldr. Clive Rowley, Sqn. Ldr. Stu Reid and Wg. Codr. Paul Willis, 50 by 66cm, glazed and framed 55 by 72cm, together with a photographic print attributed to John Dibbs of an F-86 Sabre American Fighter Jet, signed by (amongst others) Willie Felger, Golden Apple's Director of Operations, 41 by 27cm, glazed and framed 51 by 37cm, and a limited edition print by Keith Woodcock, titled, 'Portrait of Power', depicting the first Lightning F.6 XR768 in flight, numbered 822/850, signed lower right, 40 by 61cm, glazed and framed 58 by 77cm. (3).
Lot 189After Virginia Powell (British b1939): a limited edition etching entitled Nurse in Recovery, from the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 1995, number three of twenty five, signed bottom right, numbered bottom left, 14 by 9.5cm, 36 by 32cm, together with a printed map of London, a vintage panorama photograph of Lake Como, a 19th century hand coloured engraving of Steels Cottage, Haverstock Hills and a further decorative photographic triptych. (5).
Estimate: £30 - £50
Lot 192A quantity of silver plated flatware circa 1930, comprising knives, forks, dessert knives and forks, fish knives and forks, serving spoons and bread knives all in the same Art Deco design, by Elkington, preported to be from the London Trocadero Restaurant on Shaftsbury Avenue, together with further plated flatware..