§ Bruce Yardley (1962-) Glyndebourne Dazzle 16 x 20in.
Estimate: £300 - 500
Sold for £500
§ Dame Elisabeth Frink R.A. (1930-1993). Aesops Fables illustrated by Elisabeth Frink, 11 x 15.5in.
Estimate: £500 - 800
§ Maxwell Doig Figure on Parquet Floor 60.5 x 43in.
Estimate: £400 - 600
§ Damian Hirst (b.1965) Untitled spin 11.5 x 8.25in.
Estimate: £3000 - 5000
William S. Burroughs II (1914-1997) 9 x 7in.
Estimate: £1500 - 2000
§ Ralph Steadman (b. 1936) William Burroughs I 21.25 x 15.75in.
Estimate: £500 - 700
Sold for £400
§ Harold Mockford (1932-) New Ferry - Return Voyage 35.5 x 35.5in.
Estimate: £1000 - 1500
Sold for £3,400
§ Dame Elisabeth Frink RA (1930–1993) Head 1976 30.75 x 22in.
Sold for £8,000
§ Frank Wootton (1911-1978) Going Out with the Hounds 24 x 34in.
Estimate: £800 - 1200
Sold for £1,000
A engine-turned silver-gilt rectangular box inset a racing scene watercolour, inscribed from Queen Alexandra to Julia dHautpool, 1910
A late Victorian novelty silver vesta case modelled as a baby wrapped in swaddling clothes, Edwin Thompson Bryant, London, 1895,
Estimate: £250 - 350
A George III silver vase shaped nutmeg grater, with hinged lid and base, 67mm.
Sold for £320
Guild of Handicraft: A cased set of six Arts & Crafts silver and cabochon green chrysophase set teaspoons, London 1902
Estimate: £300 - 400
Sold for £2,000
A late 19th/early 20th century Russian 56 zolotnik gold mounted silver, red guilloche enamel, diamond and split pearl set cane handle
Sold for £1,800
An Edwardian silver trinket box by Nathan & Hayes, 14.2cm.
Estimate: £200 - 300
Sold for £260
A pair of George V Arts & Crafts silver spoons, by the Keswick School of Industrial Art, 19.3cm.
Sold for £420
A late Victorian cast silver hand bell by Aldwinckle & Slater, 16 oz.
Twelve George III silver Hanoverian pattern tablespoons, by Isaac Callard, 28.5 oz.
Sold for £360
A George III provincial silver helmet shaped cream jug, by Dorothy Langlands, 2.5 oz.
Estimate: £100 - 150
A modern George III style pierced silver wine coaster by Rodney C. Pettit, 13.2cm.
Sold for £180
A set of four George III embossed silver gilt oval nut dishes by John Emes, 8 oz.
A William III silver mug by Pierre Platel, 9 oz.
Sold for £1,900
A George III pierced silver pedestal sugar basket (no liner) by Robert Hennell, 6.5 oz.
Estimate: £150 - 200
Sold for £160
A pair of George I silver trencher salts by Arthur Dicken, 5.5 oz.
Sold for £280
A George III silver boat shaped pedestal sugar basket by Peter & Ann Bateman, 7 oz.
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