A small Chinese gilt bronze figure of a Daoist deity possibly Yuanshi Tianzun, Tang dynasty (AD 618-907), h. 11cm
Estimate: £500 - 700
Sold for £1,000
A Chinese Ming dynasty cloisonne enamel joss stick holder, 15th/16th century h. 6cm
Estimate: £1000 - 1500
Sold for £2,800
An early 20th century ormolu hour repeating carriage clock, 5.5in.
Sold for £650
A second quarter of the 19th century gilt and patinated bronze mounted antico verdi marble mantel clock
Estimate: £1200 - 1500
Sold for £1,200
G. Paley of London, a large mahogany cased regulator, 16in.
A Regency miniature mantel timepiece, Barraud, London, circa 1825, H 9.75ins
Sold for £4,200
A Victorian ormolu and tortoiseshell mantel clock, 18.5in.
Estimate: £400 - 600
Sold for £3,200
John Walker of London. A Victorian oak cased mantel timepiece, 13in.
Estimate: £800 - 1000
Sold for £800
Barraud & Lunds. A Victorian gilt faced timepiece movement, 15in.
An early 20th century ormolu and red boulle Louis XVI style mantel clock, 19in.
Sold for £500
A 19th century Empire style ormolu desk timepiece, height 7in. width 7.75in.
Estimate: £300 - 500
Sold for £750
R. Townsend of Woolwich. A Victorian mahogany cased regulator,
A Lyon Hatot ATO electric regulator, the first transistorised example, c.1953-54, 20in.
Sold for £400
A Brillé Art Deco electric wall timepiece, 17in.
Humphrey Marsh of Highworth. An early 18th century chinoiserie lacquered thirty hour longcase clock, H.7ft 7in.
Estimate: £800 - 1200
Sold for £700
Major Scholfield of Manchester. An early 19th century flame mahogany cased eight day longcase clock, 8ft 6in.
A Kashan silk prayer rug, 6ft x 3ft 8in.
Estimate: £1500 - 2000
Sold for £900
A Meshed red and blue ground, carpet 5.03 x 3.43 5.03 metres by 3.43 metres.
A Kirman ivory ground carpet,
A Tabriz blue ground carpet,
Sold for £200
A North West Persian red ground carpet,
An early 18th century Flemish Teniers tapestry, from the workshop of Guillaume Werniers, H.8ft 10in. x W.13ft, extensive minor repair
Estimate: £3000 - 5000
A Zeigler carpet, 13ft 9in. x 10ft 9in.
Sold for £1,800
A late 17th century oak gateleg table, W.2ft 9in. H.2ft 4in.
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