Two Victorian engraved silver card cases, 10.2cm.
Estimate: £150 - 200
Sold for £130
Two late Victorian/Edwardian silver mounted card purses, both with aide memoir and a George V silver envelope card case,
Estimate: £200 - 300
Two 19th century tortoiseshell and pique-work card cases, 9.5 and 10.3cm
Estimate: £150 - 250
Five Victorian tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl inlaid card cases, 10.5-11cm
Sold for £260
Three Victorian tortoiseshell and silver inlaid card cases, 10.5cm
Sold for £140
Elizabeth Cobbold (1767-1824). A cut paper silhouette of The Sumptuous Tripod proudly placd at Delphos Shrine, 9 x 7.5in.
Estimate: £500 - 700
Possibly Ayres NOT Jaques & Sons, London. A Staunton pattern boxwood and ebony chess set, king 4.25in.
Estimate: £600 - 800
A cased 1960s chess set with a white and green marble chess board and thirty two 9ct gold chess pieces, in white and yellow gold,
Estimate: £3500 - 4500
A fine George III silver gilt mounted presentation sword by Rundell, Bridge and Rundell, length 35in.
Estimate: £10000 - 15000
Sold for £10,000
A pair of 20 bore Flemish flintlock holster pistols by C. Chaplot A. Adelshein, late 17th century, 12.75in. barrels, overall 20in.
Estimate: £800 - 1200
Sold for £1,100
Blanch of London. An early 19th century flintlock pistol, 13.5in.
Estimate: £300 - 500
Sold for £300
A Maori stone adze (Toki), 6in.
A Maori Wahaika Tiki hardwood war club 13.25in.
Estimate: £500 - 800
Sold for £1,900
A Fijian hardwood Ula throwing club, 17in.
Sold for £420
A George III needlework sampler, 21 x 18.5in.
Sold for £340
An early 20th century Swiss boxwood strung walnut musical box, width 27in. height 10.75in. depth 12.5in.
Estimate: £1000 - 1500
Sold for £1,000
A violin with two-piece back 22.5in.
Sold for £400
After Georges Marie Valentin Bareau (French 1886-1931). A marble figure of Cleopatra reclining, height 20in. length 32in.
Estimate: £2000 - 2500
A Victorian carved white marble bust of a medieval lady, height 25in.
A Dunhill Namiki Maki-e fountain pen decorated by Shogo Lijima c.1930, 5in.
Estimate: £2000 - 3000
Sold for £3,200
A Watermans no.20 Worlds Largest safety pen, 6.7/8in. 17.5cm.
Sold for £1,200
A Watermans Worlds Smallest safety pen, 5.1CM. Box 5.7cm.
A Watermans worlds smallest eyedropper doll pen, 4.1cm.
Sold for £850
A 19th century Scottish ebony and hardstone table cabinet, width 21in. height 16in. depth 12in.
Estimate: £400 - 600
Sold for £380
A large Regency mahogany tea caddy, width 16in, height 9in. depth 12in.
Estimate: £250 - 300
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