DREWEATTS 2018 SILVER, JEWELLERY AND LUXURY ACCESSORIES →
DREWEATTS 2018 SILVER, JEWELLERY AND LUXURY ACCESSORIES →
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SALE NO: 14103 FOR BIDDING AND SALE INFORMATION: + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 firstname.lastname@example.org dreweatts.com SPECIALISTS: James Nicholson FGA, DGA David Rees Tessa Parry FGA, DGA Nick Mann Alexandra Francis GG Ian Pickford (Consultant, Silver) Terry Taylor MBHI (Consultant, Watches) VIEWING: Sunday 10 June: 10am – 2pm Monday 11 June: 9am – 5.30pm Tuesday 12 June: 9am – 4.30pm Day of sale: from 8.30am AUCTION: Dreweatts Donnington Priory Newbury Berkshire RG14 2JE SILVER, JEWELLERY AND LUXURY ACCESSORIES DONNINGTON PRIORY | WEDNESDAY 13 JUNE 2018 |10.30am F R E E O NLINE BID D I N G D R E W E AT TS.C O M / L I V E
www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 2 Important Notices to Jewellery Buyers DAMAGE, RESTORATION, ALTERATION Although every eﬀort is made to note any damage, restoration or alterations, the absence of any such information in catalogue descriptions does not imply the lot is in perfect condition and free for any such defects. Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves as to the condition of any lot prior to bidding. ENHANCEMENT Prospective bidders should be aware than many coloured gems have been historically treated by a variety of methods to improve their appearance, both in terms of colour and transparency. Rubies and sapphires are routinely heat treated, emeralds and enhanced through the use of coloured and transparent oils and resins, and jadiete is routinely stained. These treatments, and others including irradiation and coating, are generally accepted by the jewellery trade as standard practice. Although most treatments are considered to be permanent, those gemstones which have been oiled may need to be re-treated to maintain their appearance. Any such treatments aﬀect the market value of coloured gemstones, and Dreweatts pre-sale estimates published in the catalogue assume that all gemstones, unless otherwise stated in the catalogue, may have been enhanced. Dreweatts may obtain Gemmological Reports from a recognised laboratory where appropriate detailing any enhancements, or lack of, for certain gemstones, and such reports may be obtained for prospective bidders prior to the sale, provided such requests are made at least three weeks before the sale, and that the requesting party has pre-paid for such a report. However it is not possible for Dreweatts to obtain reports for every stone oﬀered in the sale. In the absence of a gemmological laboratory report,itisnotpossibleforDreweattstomakeany comment on the possibility that any gemstone in any lot may have been subject to enhancement. Dreweatts catalogue descriptions and condition reports adhere to the guidelines laid out in the ‘Blue Book’ of CIBJO, the International Jewellery Confederation.
WEIGHTS All gram weights have been obtained using an electronic balance, but weights stated in the catalogue are approximate and for guidance only, and potential bidders should satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. ‘…approximately 1.20 carats total,…’ all such stone weights are estimated using standard equipment and formulae, and are subject to the limitations imposed by the mount. ‘…weighing 1.20 carats,…’ where the description reads as such, the stones in question have been removed from the mount and weighted using an electronic balance.
SIGNATURES ‘…byLacloche,…’inouropinionisapiecemadeby or for the jeweller, bearing relevant signatures, maker’s marks, and where appropriate, the maker’s inventory number/s. ‘…signed Lacloche,…’ in our opinion is a piece retained by the jeweller, but not necessarily made by them. This may also mean that the piece has been mounted by the jeweler using stones supplied by the client; a special commission from a client’s design; or has been altered or later added to.
COLOURED STONES OF BURMA (MYANMAR) ORIGIN Buyers should be aware that certain territories (notably the United States of America) have import restrictions on certain coloured gemstones. All gemstones that maybe of Burma (Myanmar) origin, notably rubies and jadeite, may require a certiﬁcate of origin before they can be imported. Prospective bidders for such gemstones should check with their shipper, and relevant Government authorities regarding any necessary certiﬁcation prior to bidding. Whilst Dreweatts are able to suggest a number of Gemmological Laboratories for such certiﬁcation, we are unable to carry out any such certiﬁcation for potential bidders or buyers.
DAMAGE, RESTORATION, ALTERATION Although every eﬀort is made to note any damage, restoration or alterations, the absence of any such information in catalogue descriptions does not imply the lot is in perfect condition and free from any such defects. Prospective buyers should satisfy themselves as to the condition of any lot prior to bidding. All watches are serviced from time to time, and Dreweatts are unable to guarantee that the working parts of any watch movement,glassorcrystal,windingcrowns,watch bracelet, strap or buckle are the manufacturers’ original parts, unless otherwise stated in the catalogue description. We are unable to make any representation in our catalogue descriptions or condition reports as to the authenticty of such parts. Dreweatts are unable to make any represenation, nor make any comment on, the authenticity of diamonds, or other gemstones, set into watch dials, bezels, cases and bracelets. Important Notices to Watch Buyers AUTHENTICATION All watch movements have been inspected by Dreweatts watchmaker and specialists, and we have veriﬁed all inventory and movement numbers. For the information of potential bidders, all inventory and movement numbers are listed in the catalogue description for the relevant lot.
IMPORT/EXPORT RESTRICTIONS There maybe Import Resrictions into some territories outside the United Kingdom placed on certain watch brands, or on the importation of watches with straps composed of animal skins which may fall under CITES Regulations. It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to comply with all Export/Import regulations and potential bidders are strongly recommended to check with their shipping agent as to any such regulations that may apply to any lot. Dreweatts are not shippers and are unable to oﬀer any advice regarding such regulations. CONDITION REPORTS Dreweatts condition reports will identify whether a watch functions at the time of cataloguing, and suggest possible, but not comprehensive, restoration work that may need to be carried out for the watch to function properly. Dreweatts are unable to test watches for accuracy or running to time, and we cannot guarantee that any watch will function when purchased form us.
As we have examined all watch movements by removing the case backs, we cannot guarantee that water resistant watches will remain water resistant following purchase from us. Dreweatts recommend that any watch purchased from us is subsequently overhauled by a competent watchmaker to ensure proper functioning. Detailed condition reports for all lots are available from our website www.dreweatts.com, and upon direct request to the Saleroom. Please note that Dreweatts are unable to give verbal condition reports for any lot, and all condition reports will be given in writing via our website www.dreweatts.com. Dreweatts jewellery specialists and qualiﬁed gemmologists are available during the view to answer any queries.
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1 An Edwardian silver oval half fluted kettle on stand by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., Sheffield 1901, with a composition loop handle and finial, the body engraved with a crest, on an oval pierced stand, on four swept legs above a burner, 36cm (14in) high, 1100g (35.37 oz) gross £300-400 3 A late Victorian silver twin handled bowl by John Griffiths, London 1898, with bifurcated scroll handles, a moulded rim and girdle, on a circular spreading foot, engraved The Gun Club January 1900, 33.5cm (13 1/4in) diameter, 1201g (38.6 oz) £250-350 1 2 3 2 Asprey, a silver shaped square commemorative salver by Asprey & Co., Royal Silver Wedding anniversary, applied with the Royal arms, the Queen and Prince Philip’s cyphers and 1947- 1972 in gilt, 23cm (9in), 743g (23.85 oz), in an Asprey case with certificate of limited edition 19/500 £200-250 British and Foreign Silver, Electro-Plate and Allied Wares 3
4 A 19th century Indian colonial silver bowl and cover by Peter Orr, Madras, with a turned wood finial to the conical centre cover, the base with a threaded rim and on a collet foot, engraved with a crest and a motto Salvet Me Deus, 19cm (7 1/2in) diameter, 751g (24.15 oz) gross The crest and motto for SPIERS of Scotland. £300-500 5 Υ An early Victorian Scottish silver circular baluster three piece tea service by James McKay, Edinburgh 1837-38, the tea pot with a flower finial to the dome centred cover, a scroll foliate and flower rim, a leaf-capped loop handle with ivory spacers, a leaf-capped spout, flower and foliate bordered reserves, on four rocaille and shell feet, later engraved A. B. W. 1. Nov. 1916, 30cm (12in) long, 1473g (47.35 oz) gross £400-600 6 A Victorian silver goblet trophy by George John Richards & Edward Charles Brown, London 1864, embossed with flowers in oval panels with diaper between, in a conforming domed foot, presentation engraved for Oxford City Rifle Corps, 20cm (8in) high, 298g (9.6 oz) £80-120 7 A George III silver twin handled pedestal cup by William Collings, London 1774, with twin scroll handles and a girdle, engraved Brigadier General S.H. Wilson C.B.C.M.G. from Lieutenant General Sir Claud Jacob K.C.B. a memento of 25 months spent together in the 2nd. Army Corps D.E.F. 1916-17-18., on a circular pedestal foot, 15cm (6in) high, 436g (14 oz) £200-300 4 5 6 7 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 4
8 Υ A set of twelve late Victorian silver and mother of pearl fruit knives and forks by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd, London 1900, the handles by Harrison Brothers & Howson, the tapering handles with silver threaded strips between plain mother of pearl, fluted scroll terminals, in an oak Goldsmiths & Silversmiths case £150-250 9 A late Victorian silver shaped circular salver by Fordham & Faulkner, Sheffield 1900, with a gadrooned border and engraved with a monogram, on three ball and claw feet, 28cm (11in) diameter; and a shaped circular salver by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1926, with a raised moulded border, engraved with a presentation inscription and on three scroll feet, 21cm (8 1/4in) diameter, 1132g (36.4 oz) gross £250-350 10 A late Victorian silver circular baluster three piece tea service by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1899, the tea pot with an ebonised finial and handle, a nulled and open rocaille work apron, the body half lobed, 23cm (9in) long, 878g (28.2 oz) gross £300-400 11 A matched pair of late Victorian pierced silver specimen vases by Elkington & Co. and by William Comyns & Sons, London 1897, the shaped beaded rims with leaves at the quarters, engraved drapery swags to the bar piercing, guilloche piercing and engraving, on moulded domed bases, with cranberry glass liners, 21cm (8 1/4in) high, loaded £120-160 8 9 10 11 5
12 A George III silver toast rack by William Abdy II, London 1804, with a loop handle over the six divisions with circle and rectangle dividers, on bracket feet, 16cm (6 1/4in) long, 174g (5.6 oz) £100-150 13 Υ A Victorian silver mounted travelling toilet set by Frances Douglas, London 1844, comprising of eight glass bottles and boxes with silver covers, engraved with two crests and a monogram, six necessarie items, four ivory mounted, in a fitted stained hardwood, possibly rosewood case, 32.5cm (12 3/4in) long, with an outer leather cover £250-350 14 A silver octagonal tapered coffee pot by D. & J. Welby, London 1896, with an octagonal finial to the domed cover and a composition scroll handle, 22cm (8 3/4in) high, 645g (20.75 oz) gross £250-350 15 Υ The residue of a pair of George III silver chamber candlesticks by William Burwash & Richard Sibley, London 1806, with capped loop handles, reeded borders, engraved with armorials and later ivory mounted domed centres, 14cm (5 1/2in) diameter, 445g (14.33 oz) £150-250 12 13 14 15 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 6
16 A German silver Barock pattern part table service by Koch & Bergfeld, Bremen, post 1886 .800 standard, stamped for M. Stumpf & Sohn as retailers, engraved with a monogram HGL, comprising: Fifteen table forks Nine table spoons Eight dessert knives Seven dessert spoons Eight fish knives Nine fish forks Nine fruit forks Eleven tea spoons Eight coffee spoons Five serving spoons in three sizes A butter knife A pickle fork A small serving fork A small serving spade Two ice cream spades A pair of fish servers A gravy spoon An asparagus tongs A sauce ladle A soup ladle, 5237g (168.35 oz); Together with the following with silver handles and steel blades: Fifteen table knives Eight dessert knives Eight fruit knives Six oyster knives A serving knife £700-900 17 17 Three George III silver gravy spoons, comprising: a pair in fiddle pattern by William Esterbrook, London 1819, 30cm (11 3/4in) long; and one old English pattern by Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1797, each , engraved with a bull’s head crest, 30.5cm (12in) long, 298g (9.6 oz) The crest for RADCLYFFE.
£150-250 16 (part lot) 7
18 Twenty three silver handled steel pistol grip table knives, unmarked, 18th/19th century, most blades stamped Bennett, engraved with a crest and a motto Caen, Cressie, Calais; and four further knives, three with worn marks, one fully marked for London 1825, all crested (27) The crest and motto for RADCLYFFE. £250-350 19 A George I silver marrow scoop by Charles Jackson, London 1718, engraved with a bull’s head crest, 24cm (9 1/2in) long, 67g (2.15 oz) The crest for RADCLYFFE. £120-160 20 A small collection of silver flatware, comprising: a pair of George III old English bright-cut table spoons by Christopher & Thomas Wilkes Barker, London 1802, engraved with crest; a German cast caddy spoon by Neresheimer, import marked for Chester 1907, sponsor’s mark of Hermann Muller; a dessert spoon, London 1795, later chased, engraved and parcel gilt as a berry spoon; a George III bright- cut sugar tongs; an American parcel gilt coffee spoon by Gorham, 217g (7 oz) gross The first with the crest for EDWARDS. £120-160 18 19 20 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 8
21 A collection of silver fiddle and old English flatware, various George III and later makers and dates, many initialled or monogrammed, 832g (26.75 oz) £150-200 22 A matched silver old English feather edge table service, various George III to George V makers and dates, various initials, monograms and crests, comprising: Twelve table forks Twelve table spoons Twelve dessert forks Twelve dessert spoons Ten tea spoons A sauce ladle; Together with two late George III old English pattern table spoons by Peter & William Bateman, London 1806 and 1808, monogrammed, 2933g (94.3 oz) gross £1,000-1,500 23 Three silver caddy spoons and other flatware, the caddy spoons: one shell bowl with coffin end handle, maker’s mark IT (unknown), Birmingham 1795, engraved H; one shell bowl with leaf and tendril handle by George Unite, Birmingham 1857; the last with a trefid handle by Robert Pringle & Sons, Sheffield 1904; a tea spoon with compressed marks, engraved to commemorate the death of HRH Frederick, Duke of York and Albany, 1827; a copy of the royal anointing spoon by Barnard Bros, London 1901; and other small flatware, 190g (6.1 oz) gross £120-160 21 (part lot) 22 23 9
24 An Italian silver oil and vinegar frame, maker’s mark IV (not traced), 1824-1872 Kingdom of Sardinia .800 standard, the central loop handle on a baluster shaft, the pierced bottle holders with winged monopodia supports, the rectangular base with a pierced apron, on four palmette and paw feet, 29.5cm (11 3/4in) high, 572g (18.4 oz) £200-300 25 A matched set of seven four division toast racks, four by Adie Brothers Ltd., Birmingham 1933, three by Viner’s Ltd., Sheffield 1932 (1) and 19939 (2), 7.5cm (8in) long, 346g (11.12 oz) gross £100-150 26 A set of four Victorian silver quatrefoil cruet frames by Heath & Middleton, London 1869, of wire construction with peppers, salts, mustards and cayenne pots, 13.5cm (5 1/4in) long, 443g (14.25 oz) weighable (some glass elements lacking) £200-300 27 A silver shaped circular salver by James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield 1925, with a raised scroll and shell rim, on three moulded bracket feet, engraved with a vacant rococo cartouche, 30cm (12in) diameter, 1087g (34.95 oz) £250-350 24 25 26 27 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 10
28 A George III silver vase shaped ewer, maker’s mark E.C, London 1771, with a bell shaped finial and double scroll handle, reel borders, engraved with a crest and on a circular foot, 17cm (6 3/4in) high; and a late Victorian twin handled tazza by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield 1900, with twin C-scroll handles, the half lobed body embossed with a C-scroll and floral band, on a circular pedestal foot, 24cm (9 1/2in) long, 713g (22.94 oz) gross £200-300 29 A pair of Edwardian silver pierced and embossed shaped oval baskets by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1901, embossed with C-scrolls and floral decoration, 31cm (12 1/4in) long, 815g (26.22 oz) £250-350 30 A pair of Edwardian silver shaped oval sauce boats by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1902, with twin scroll handles and on oval moulded spreading bases, 17cm (6 3/4in) long; a shaped oval sauce boat by Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd., Sheffield 1937, with a double scroll handle and on three shell and stepped pad feet, 16.5cm (6 1/2in) long; and another smaller example, 15cm (6in) long, 464g (14.94 oz) gross £200-300 28 29 30 11
31 An electro-plated baluster tea urn, the associated domed lid with a chased foliate finial, twin foliate loop handles, the half hammered body chased with floral decoration, on four scroll legs above a burner, to a shaped square base on four foliate feet, 47cm (18 1/2in) high, in a wooden case £100-200 32 A pair of Aesthetic silver gilt circular napkin rings by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1880, with beaded edges and engraved with ferns, foliage and vacant reserves, 4.4cm (1 3/4in) diameter, 66g (2.1 oz), in a case £150-250 33 A George III silver Old English pattern straining spoon by Peter & Ann Bateman, London 1798, engraved with a crest, 29.5cm (11 1/2in) long, 121g (3.88 oz) £150-200 34 An Indian colonial silver presentation beaker, unmarked, Madras circa 1885, with a chased Swami band, an applied coiled snake, a lobed flattened knob to the foot, on a circular base with a foliate band, presentation engraved for Madras Gymkhana 1885, the interior gilt, 12cm (4 3/4in) high; and a presentation trowel by D. & J. Wellby, London 1903, engraved The Foundation Stone of the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture was laid on January 14th 1924 by His Excellency the Governor of Trinidad and Tobago, Sir Samuel Wilson, KCMG, KBE, CB, 17cm (6 3/4in) long (2) £100-150 35 A silver shaped circular salver by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1925, with a raised gadrooned rim, on three ball-and-claw feet, presentation engraved, 26.5cm (10 1/2in) diameter, 519g (16.7 oz) £120-160 31 32 33 34 35 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 12
36 Two mid Georgian silver baluster cream jugs, the first by John Muns, London 1767, with a leaf-capped double scroll handle, embossed with flowers flanking a vacant cartouche, on trefid feet, 10cm (4in) high; the second, maker’s mark I.W (unidentified), London 1751, with a tongue-capped double scroll handle, embossed with flowers and an eagle framed by scrolls and rocaille work, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) high, 153g (4.95 oz) (2) £150-200 37 A pair of Spanish silver shaped circular candlesticks, maker’s mark a device, post 1934 .915 standard, wrythen moulded throughout, 27.5cm (10 3/4in) high, loaded £200-300 38 A cased set of four George IV silver Hanoverian pattern table spoons by Hester Bateman, London 1826, later chased to berry spoons, 23cm (9in) long, 257g (8.26 oz) gross £120-160 39 An Edwardian silver twin handled comport by Thomas, Walter & Henry Holland, London 1901, with twin loop handles, engraved with a motif and on a circular pedestal foot, 35cm (13 3/4in) long; and an Edwardian shaped circular comport by Sibray, Hall & Co. Ltd., London 1901, on a shaped circular pedestal foot, 15cm (6in) high, 14876g (47.77 oz) gross £300-500 36 37 38 39 13
40 A silver shaped circular salver by Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1926, with a raised moulded rim and on four scroll feet, 20.5cm (8in) diameter, 382g (12.25 oz) £150-200 40 41 43 44 41 A silver mounted cut glass ice pail by John Round & Son Ltd, Sheffield 1910, with a shaped swing handle, a plain rim and a drainer in the base, 14cm (5 1/2in) high £100-150 42 A silver wine funnel, sponsor’s mark SMS (not traced), London 1977 (jubilee mark), ogee shape with a beaded rim, an angular clip and a muslin ring, 15cm (6in) long, 154g (4.95 oz) £100-150 43 A silver oval baluster kettle on stand by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1922, with a composition loop handle and reeded borders, the oval stand on four swept legs above a burner, 32cm (12 1/2in) high, 1229g (39.51 oz) gross £250-350 44 An Edwardian silver helmet shaped jug by Charles Edwards, London 1905, with an angular scroll handle, the broad spout embossed with foliage, half wrythen, on a circular pedestal foot with a wrythen dome, 21cm (8 1/4 in) high, 484g (15.55 oz) £200-300 42 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 14
45 A cut glass and silver mounted decanter by A. J. Poole, Birmingham 1998, with a grape vine finial to the ogee domed cover and a scroll handle, 31cm (12 /14in) high, with a card box £300-500 47 48 45 46 49 46 A pair of Edwardian six division toast racks with W handles by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1901, with rounded bars and on ball feet, 12.5cm (5in) long, 342g (11 oz) £80-120 47 A George II silver shaped circular waiter by John Tuite, London 1729, with a raised moulded rim, on three scroll feet, engraved with an armorial, engraved M over RM beneath, 15cm (5in) diameter, 220g (7.05 oz) £120-160 48 A pair of English circular candlesticks, apparently unmarked, circa 1790, with part fluted capitals, baluster stems and spreading bases, 26.5cm (10 1/2in) high, loaded £150-250 49 Υ An Edwardian silver oblong baluster coffee pot by James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1901, with a composition finial, a scroll handle with ivory warming bands, the half lobed body engraved with a crest and on four ball feet, 22cm (8 1/2in) high, 754g (24.24 oz) gross £200-300 15
50 A George III silver meat skewer by Richard Crossley, London 1797, 28cm (11in) long, 84g (2.7 oz) £120-160 51 Two similar late Victorian silver and blue glass sugar castors by Haseler Brothers, London 1900 & 1901, with wrythen conical finials to the ogee domed pierced covers, with bayonet fittings, bar constructed with flower swags or row of ovals, on circular bases, with blue glass liners, 17cm (6 3/4in) high, 10.25 oz) weighable £150-200 52 A pair of Edwardian silver shaped circular coasters, one marked George Fox, London 1902, the other marks worn, with C-scroll and foliate borders, pierced bodies, 17cm (6 3/4in) diameter, with turned wood bases £200-300 53 A silver shaped square salver by Barker Brothers, Chester 1922, with a raised moulded border, engraved with a crest and a motto, presentation engraved 1923 underneath, on four pad feet, 31cm (12in) wide, 1037g (33.33 oz) £250-350 50 51 52 53 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 16
54 A William IV silver wine funnel by John Evans II, London 1834, with an applied everted nulled rim, 12.5cm (5in) high, 104g (3.35 oz) £150-250 55 A pair of Edwardian silver cylindrical and pierced biscuit boxes by William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1901, with compressed ball finials to the domed covers, beaded rims, each on small dome supports, engraved with a crest and a motto Non Crux, Sed Lux, 15.5cm (6in) high (no liners) The crest and motto for BLACK. £200-300 56 Υ A silver oblong half reeded teapot and a Victorian cream jug, the tea pot by James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield date worn, with an ebonised finial, the lily pad capped handle with ivory spacers, on four ball feet, engraved with a crest, 24.5cm (9 3/4in) long; the baluster jug with a double scroll handle, a cast shell spout, engraved and with a crest and motto Caen, Cressie, Calais, 13.5cm (5 1/4in) high, 712g (22.9 oz) The crest and motto for RADCLYFFE. £150-250 57 A George III baluster mug by James Stamp, London 1778, with a leaf capped double scroll handle, later chased with C-scrolls and floral decoration, engraved with a crest, armorial, motto and a monogram, on a circular moulded spreading foot, 13cm (5in) high, 353g (11.36 oz) £250-350 54 55 56 57 17
58 An Edwardian silver oval baluster kettle on stand by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., London 1902, the half lobed body with a composition loop handle, on an oval pierced stand, on four sweeping legs above a burner, 38cm (15in) high; an Edwardian oval half lobed tea pot by William Aitken, Birmingham 1907, with a composition finial and angular handle, 28.5cm (11 1/4in) long; and a similar smaller example, 21cm (8in) long, 2482g (79.82 oz) gross £600-800 59 Five Georgian silver baluster castors, to include: a George II baluster castor by Samuel Wood, London 1743, with a bell shaped finial to the pierced cover, on a circular spreading foot, 15.5cm (6in) high; a George III baluster castor by Samuel Welles, London 1763, with a bell shaped finial to the pierced cover, on a circular spreading foot, 14cm (5 1/2in) high; and three other castors, 627g (20.16 oz) gross £300-500 58 59 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 18
60 A late Victorian silver shaped circular salver by T Bradbury, London 1899, with a raised moulded border and on three foliate scroll feet, 31cm (12in) diameter, 913g (29.35 oz) £250-350 61 An Italian silver coloured mounted rectangular inkstand, stamped 800 only, circa 1920, the two glass cube inkwell with bird finials to the domed covers, a box between, the base with a penrest and engraved decoration, 30cm (11 3/4in) long, loaded; a matching desk dish en suite, stamped 800 only, with a clear glass liner, 12.5cm (5in) long, loaded; and a dip pen? en suite £150-250 62 A Tells-U-How electro-plated parcel gilt cocktail shaker, stamped Patented in Great Britain No. 398119 Other Patents Pending, with recipes for fifteen named cocktails, the outer sleeve aligning the ingredients in apertures, 27.5cm (10 3/4in) high This cocktail shaker was designed by Asprey and Co. and introduced as part of their range of high quality novelty shakers in 1932. It appears in an Asprey catalogue in the present cataloguer’s possession of circa 1935 on p. 141 priced at £3-3-0.
£200-300 63 A George III silver ogee baluster caster by Jabez Daniell & James Mince, London 1792, with a wrythen finial to the pierced domed cover, on a square base, 15.5cm (6 1/4in) high, 139g (4.45 oz) £100-150 60 61 62 63 19
64 A George III silver ogee wine funnel by Henry Nutting, London 1796, with a threaded rim, a coffin-end clip detached, 15cm (6in) high, 103g (3.3 oz) £150-250 65 A Victorian electrotype cylindrical biscuit barrel by Elkington & Co., PODR mark for 9th February 1870, with a conical finial to the arabesque decorated domed cover, two arabesque bands and on a spreading foot, 21cm (8 1/4in) high £100-150 66 A George IV silver circular small salver by Joseph Angell I, London 1824, with a raised egg-and-dart rim, on three shell and foliate bracket feet, engraved with a crest, 23cm (9in), 549g (17.65 oz) The lion’s head erased crest is used by over 200 families. See Fairburn’s Crests pl. 17.8.
£250-350 67 A pair of Edwardian silver navette candlesticks by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co. Ltd, Sheffield 1905, with detachable sconces and fluted in the neo classical style, 27.5cm (11in) high, loaded £200-300 64 65 66 67 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 20
68 An unusual Edwardian silver covered spill vase by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1902, waisted with a hinged cover, 13.3cm (5 1/4in) high, loaded £60-80 69 Υ A William IV silver circular baluster teapot by Robert Hennell II, London 1833, with an acorn finial to the domed cover, a shaped circular border and a foliate capped loop handle with ivory bands, the body embossed with foliate decoration and on four scroll feet, 27cm (10 1/2in) long, 745g (23.95 oz) gross £250-350 70 A pair of silver twin handled comports by Thomas, Walter & Henry Holland, London 1901, with twin loop handles, engraved with a motif and on a circular moulded spreading pedestal foot, 21cm (8 1/4in) long, 626g (20.13 oz) £150-250 71 An Edwardian silver circular sugar bowl by William Comyns & Sons, London 1910, with a plain slightly everted rim, panelled sides and a moulded foot, 12.7cm (5in) diameter, 228g (7.3 oz) £120-160 68 69 70 71 21
72 A silver mounted lockable decanter by Hukin & Heath Ltd, Birmingham 1926, with a cut glass rounded stopper, the collar with a lock clasp, the rectangular section decanter with a silver collar mounted with a lock, 31.5cm (12 1/4in) high (no key) £100-150 73 A George II silver small coffee pot by Dike Impey, London 1736, straight-tapered with an acorn finial to the ogee domed cover, a wooden double scroll handle and a moulded foot, later engraved with a monogram WS, scratch weight 16:1:12 beneath, 17cm (6 32/4in) high, 496g (15.95 oz) gross £200-300 74 A late Victorian silver pedestal punch bowl by Daniel & John Wellby, London 1899, with twin mask and loop handles, the fluted body engraved Gun Club Amberite Cup presented by Miss Curtis & Harvey Ltd. Jany, 1900 within an oval reserve, an applied oval reserve engraved Won by C.E. Radcliffe Jany. 13th 1900., on a circular wrythen pedestal foot, 24cm (9 1/2in) diameter, 1150g (36.97 oz) £300-500 75 A Victorian silver shaped circular salver, maker’s mark .. .R, London 1856, with a scroll and foliate border, engraved with an armorial within a foliate and scroll band, on three scroll feet, 22cm (8 1/2in) diameter, 327g (10.53 oz) £150-250 72 73 74 75 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 22
76 A matched George III silver ogee baluster caster, maker’s mark worn, London 1812 & 1814, with a vase finial to the pierced domed cover, on a square base, 15cm (6in) high, 97g (4.1 oz) £100-150 76 77 78 79 77 A Victorian electrotype circular inkstand by Elkington & Co, stamped mark, no. 941, circa 1850, the central cover cast with Aurora before a sunburst, a plain well and a broad band of classical figures in roundels divided by columns and griffins, 19.3cm 7 1/2in) diameter £100-150 78 A Victorian electroplated ink stand mounted with a stag by John Wigfall & Co., Sheffield, circa 1890, the beast standing on a nib drawer and flanked by cut glass wells with monogrammed covers, on a shaped oval base with bun feet, 29cm (11 1/2in) long £200-300 79 An Edwardian silver shaped circular salver by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1901, with a C-scroll and foliate border, on three ball and claw feet, 32cm (12 1/2in) diameter, 913g (29.35 oz) £300-400 76 23
80 A George III silver ogee wine funnel by William Abdy II, London 1802, with a threaded rim, a coffin-end clip and with its muslin ring, 12.2cm (4 3/4in) high, 98g (3.15 oz) £200-300 81 A cased pair of George IV Irish silver Old English pattern table spoons by Thomas Townsend, Dublin 1820, later chased to berry spoons, 24.5cm (9 3/4in) long £150-250 82 Υ A Victorian silver ovoid small tea pot by William Hutton & Sons, London 1885, with an ivory button finial and ivory spacers to the loop handle, on three ball feet, 17.5cm (7in) long, 239g (7.65 oz) gross £150-250 83 A George II silver circular sugar bowl, maker’s mark over-struck by town mark, London 1740, the moulded rim with a rebate, on a circular moulded foot, 11cm (4 i/4in) diameter, 178g (5.75 oz) The partial maker’s mark could well by for John Fossey, which is recorded as Grimwade 1310, with an unusual waved outline punch as here. £150-250 80 81 82 83 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 24
84 A pair of George III or IV silver cauldron salts, marks worn, with everted foliate rims, the lobed bodies with gilt interiors, on shell and anthemion feet, engraved with a crest, 9cm (3 1/2in) diameter; with two fiddle, thread and shell salt spoons, London 1829, 297g (9.55 oz) gross £150-250 84 85 Six silver commemorative goblets by Garrard & Co., London 1973, nos. 2203-2208/2500, commemorating the Royal silver wedding anniversary, 15cm (6in) high, 1127g (36.25 oz), in a fitted case, each goblet with a card box and certificate £500-700 86 An Israeli silver coloured small candelabrum, stamped Hazorfin 925, with two baluster capitals on scroll branches, on an embossed circular base, 15cm (6in) high, loaded £60-80 87 A late Victorian silver shaped oval basket by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1896, embossed with flowers, C-scrolls, shells and husks, 26cm (10 1/4in) long, 305g (9.8 oz) £140-160 85 86 87 25
88 A pair of Edwardian silver taper sticks in early George III style by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., London 1902, 13cm (5in) high, loaded £120-160 89 A George III silver patent extending toast rack by Roberts, Cadman & Co., maker’s mark worn, Sheffield 1813, stamped R. C. & Co. Patent, with a central quatrefoil handle, on four bun feet, approx. 34.5cm (13 1/2in) long extended, 225g (7.25 oz) Samuel Roberts took out a patent for his folding toast rack in 1807. £200-300 90 An electro-plated old English pattern table service by Toye & Co., Sheffield, comprising: Six table spoons Twelve dessert forks Twelve dessert spoons Two sauce ladles A soup ladle; Together with the following with steel blades and xylo handles by Francis Newton & Sons, Sheffield: Twelve table knives A three piece carving set, In an oak canteen box by Francis Newton & Sons, Sheffield, with two knife rests £200-300 91 Υ A late Victorian silver tea pot and cream boat by Horace Woodward & Co Ltd, London 1895, the tea pot oval baluster with a fluted oval ivory finial to the domed cover, later wooden spacers to the tongue-capped loop handle, embossed overall with flowering scroll foliage, on four trefid feet, engraved with a monogram ML, 24cm (9 1/2in) long, 514g (16.55 oz) gross £120-160 88 89 90 91 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 26
92 A Chinese export silver circular box by Luen Wo, the cover embossed with a riverside pavilion and figures, centred by a roundel engraved with a monogram, the sides with scenes of figures in landscapes, 7.5cm (3in) diameter; and a set of six silver and bleached mussel shell spoons by Luen Wo, the handles all differing, approx. 13cm (5in) long (7) See von Ferscht, Adrien Chinese Export Silver 1785-1940: Catalogue of Makers’ Marks, 4th edition, Glasgow 2015, p. 473ff, for the maker’s marks and illustrations of various wares. Luen Wo traded from 42 Nanking Road, Shanghai from circa 1880 to 1940.
£300-500 93 A George IV silver drum mustard pot, maker’s mark WE or WF, London 1825, with a ball finial to the domed cover, a leaf-capped S-scroll handle, a gadrooned rim, an oval vacant reserve on a wrythen ground, with a blue glass liner and a mustard spoon by Eley & Fearn, London 1804, 179g (5.75 oz) weighable £100-150 94 A George III silver oval cake basket, maker’s mark obscured, London 1781, with a beaded swing handle and border, the body pierced and engraved with various bands, engraved with an armorial and on a conforming oval foot, 37cm (14 1/2in) long, 730g (23.47 oz) £300-400 92 93 94 27
95 A silver shaped rectangular ink stand by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1920, with two pen trays, two square cut glass bottles with silver covers, on four bracket feet, 22cm (8 1/2in) long; a silver mounted blotter, mark’s obscured, circular handle with engraved inscription, 14cm (5 1/2in) long; an Edwardian writing pad with silver corners by F. Wick & Co., London 1906, with engraved inscriptions, 34.5cm (13 1/2in) long; and a capstan inkwell, 9cm (3 1/2in) diameter, 333g (10.72 oz) weighable £200-300 96 A late Victorian silver shaped circular salver by Josiah Williams & Co., London 1900, with a raised gadrooned, scroll and shell rim, flowers, foliage and cartouches to the incurve, engraved with a broad foliate band, on three ball-and-claw feet, 27cm (10 1/2in) diameter, 625g (20.1 oz) £250-350 97 A George IV silver compressed spherical mustard pot by William M. Traies, London 1824, with a ball final to the lobed domed cover, a shell thumb piece, a loop handle, on a circular foot, with a blue glass liner and a salt spoon, London 1826, 169g (5.45 oz) weighable £150-200 98 A silver circular pedestal dish by Wakely & Wheeler, London 1932, with a Celtic border and on a circular moulded spreading pedestal foot, 24.5cm (9 1/2in) diameter, 543g (17.48 oz) £150-250 99 A fine Victorian silver parcel gilt pierced Vine pattern sifting spoon by Francis Higgins II, London 1853, the shaped oval bowl in four vine filled compartments, 16cm (6 1/4in) long, 74g (2.35 oz) £100-150 95 96 97 98 99 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 28
100 A cased set of six silver shaped circular napkin rings by Josiah Williams & Co., London 1921, chased with foliate decoration and numbered 1 to 6, 4.5cm (1 3/4in) diameter, 168g (5.42 oz) £120-160 101 Υ A cased matched silver mounted dressing table set, maker’s mark D C Bs, London 1952 1959, 1956 and 1969 (2), comprising three brushes, a hand mirror and a tortoiseshell comb; and a cased matched silver mounted dressing table set by Adie Brothers Ltd., Birmingham 1935, 1936, 1937 (2) and 1938 (2), comprising four brushes, a hand mirror and a tortoiseshell comb, with engine turned decoration and engraved A.R.D £120-160 102 A silver tapering limited edition tankard by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1972, no. 59/500, commemorating the Royal Silver Wedding Anniversary, with a beaded scroll handle, 12cm (4 3/4in) high, 427g (13.73 oz), with a case and certificate £120-160 103 Three silver pierced cream or sugar pails, the first George III by Edward Aldridge II, London 1771, with a cable twist swing handle, a nulled rim, pierced and embossed with husk swags, foliage and scrolls centred by a vacant rococo cartouche, 12.7cm (5in) diameter; the second Victorian by Daniel & John Wellby, London 1880, with a beaded swing handle, beaded rims, pierced with a wreath and a guilloche band and patera, engraved with floral swags, on a square pedestal base, 10.5cm (4 1/4in) high; another late Victorian by John Henry Rawlings, London 1899, with a pierced swing handle, an undulating beaded rim, embossed with drapery swags against a ground with differing piercing, on a square pedestal base, 10cm (4in) high; the latter two with blue glass liners, 409g (13.15 oz); and a silver gilt almost square powder compact by David Sutton & Sons, London no date letter (1946-51), engine turned overall, the interior with a mirror, 9cm (3 1/2in) long, loaded (4) £250-350 104 Four silver spirit flasks, to include: a spirit flask by George Unite & Sons, Birmingham 1919, engraved R.A.S.B 17th Jany. 1923, 14.5cm (5 3/4in) high; a spirit flask by Alfred Clark, London 1921, engraved C.E.R. from T.E.W.B. April 1927., 8cm (3 1/4in) high; a Victorian example, presentation engraved and with a crest; and another, 493g (15.86 oz) gross £150-200 100 101 102 103 104 29
105 A collection of silver items, to include: a late Victorian castor by Harrison Brothers & Howson, Sheffield 1898, with a baluster finial to the pierced cover, on a circular moulded spreading foot, 16cm (6 /14in) high; a late Victorian oval baluster cream jug by Josiah Williams & Co., London 1897, with a reeded border and angular handle, engraved with a foliate band, 10cm (4in) long; an Edwardian oblong baluster cream jug by James Dixon & Son, Sheffield 1901, the lobed body with a scroll handle, engraved with a crest and on four ball feet, 11.5cm (4 1/2in) long; and two other cream jugs, 561g (18.04 oz) gross £150-250 106 A collection of silver ashtrays, to include: a square ashtray by A. & J. Zimmerman Ltd., Birmingham 1919, retailed by Asprey London, with canted corners and four cigarette rests, 11.5cm (4 1/2in) wide; another similar; a rectangular ashtray by S. Mordan & Co., London 1923, with an engine turned border and engraved with a monogram, 10cm (4in) long; a circular silver gilt ashtray by Asprey & Co., London 1976, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) diameter; six other circular ashtrays; a white metal lighter by Dunhill; and a silver coloured cylindrical lighter, 878g (28.24 oz) £150-250 107 A pair of William IV silver circular salts by Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard, London 1837, with C-scroll and foliate borders, pierced with scroll decoration, engraved with a monogram and on four foliate feet, 8.5cm (3 1/2in) diameter, with two blue glass liners; a George III oblong baluster mustard by William Bateman I, London 1816, with a shell thump piece to the domed cover, a loop handle, gadrooned border, engraved with a crest and on four ball feet, 9cm (3 1/2in) long, with a blue glass liner; an oval stand; and a baluster cream jug, 553g (17.78 oz) gross £250-350 108 Six silver items, comprising: a pair of sweet dishes by Synyer & Beddoes, Birmingham 1925; a shaped oval sauce boat by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1926; an oval sauce boat by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1926; a desk pen wipe by Grey & Co., London 1899; and a lighter in the form of a Roman lamp by Adie Bros, Birmingham 1926, 470g (15.1 oz) weighable £120-160 109 Υ A silver three piece tea service by Walker & Hall, Birmingham 1900, the tea pot with an orb finial and a composition loop handle, a C-scroll and foliate border and on four trefoil feet, 16cm (6 1/4in) long; an Art Deco twin handled bowl by Adie Brothers Ltd., Birmingham 1935, with ivory handles, engraved Sheeba 12 Novemeber, on a stepped circular foot, 15cm (6in) long; an Edwardian shell shaped butter dish, London 1901, on three ball feet, 13.5cm (5 1/4in) long; two smaller shell shaped butter dishes; two spirit labels; and a cream jug, 842g (27 oz) gross £150-250 110 A George III silver pap boat by Stephen Adams I, London 1789, with a gadrooned border, 13.5cm (5 1/4in) long; a pair of George III oblong salts, London 1815, with gadrooned borders and chased shell and foliate handles, on oblong bases, 11cm (4 1/4in) long; a George III oblong baluster mustard, maker’s mark obscured, London 1808, with an oblong finial to the domed cover, engraved with a crest, a half lobed body and on four foliate feet, 8cm (3 1/4in) long, with a blue glass liner, 410g (13.2 oz) gross £150-250 111 A collection of silver items, to include: a silver twin handled cup and cover by Charles S. Green & Co. Ltd., Birmingham 1928, with a cone finial to the ogee domed cover, twin lion mask handles, engraved with a presentation inscription, on a circular pedestal foot, 16.5cm, (6 1/2in); a Victorian pedestal cup by John Johnson & Alfred Springthorpe, London 1883, engraved with a presentation inscription and on a circular pedestal foot; five other pedestal cups; and a tapering mug by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., Sheffield 1934, with a double scroll handle and reeded bands, 8.5cm (3 1/4in) high, with a glass base, 520g (16.72 oz) gross weighable £150-250 112 Four silver and silver mounted spirit flaks, to include: a leather and silver mounted glass spirit flask by Asprey & Co .Ltd., London 1916, the engine turned pull off cup engraved R.J.B, 17cm (6 3/4in); a late Victorian silver spirit flask by Griffiths & Singleton, Birmingham 1899, engraved with a coronet, a monogram, a motto and a presentation inscription, 16.5cm (6 1/2in) high; and two other spirit flasks, 560g (18 oz) gross weighable £250-350 113 An Edwardian silver shaped oval tea caddy by Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings (Frank) Shepherd, Birmingham 1906, on four paw feet, 10cm (4in) high; an Edwardian oblong baluster tea caddy by William Hutton & Sons Ltd., London 1901, with gadrooned borders, 8cm (3 1/4in) long; and an oval tea caddy by Synyer & Beddoes, Birmingham 1922, with an oval finial to the domed cover, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) long, 371g (11.93 oz) gross £150-250 Please see the illustrations on our website for lots 105 - 141 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 30
114 Υ Six cased silver christening sets, to include: a cased silver mounted brush, a tortoiseshell comb and a mother of pearl mounted rattle, the brush and comb by Levi & Salaman, Birmingham 1903, with embossed cherub decoration, the rattle by Adie & Lovekin Ltd., Birmingham 1903, 10cm (4in); a Victorian cased napkin ring, dessert spoon and fork set by Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield 1888, engraved with floral decoration and R.A.S.B 1902, the fork 15cm (6in) long; and four other cased christening sets, 415g (13.35 oz) gross weighable £200-300 115 Υ A collection of silver mounted dressing table items, to include: a four piece silver mounted dressing table set, maker’s mark TP, London 1952, comprising of three brushes and a hand mirror, with engine turned decoration; a set of four silver mounted brushes by Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1921, with engraved linear decoration and S.H.W; two other silvered mounted brushes; a silver mounted tortoiseshell comb by S. J. Rose & Son, Birmingham 1980, with engine turned decoration; and other items £150-200 116 Five items of silver flatware, comprising: a late George II shaped oval toddy ladle, maker’s mark worn, London 1757, double lipped and with a turned wood handle, 37.5cm (14 3/4in) long; an old English pattern crumb scoop by John, Henry & Charles Lias, engraved with a bull’s head crest, London 1826; a pair of late Victorian gilt dessert serving spoons, maker’s marks mis-struck, London 1900, with shell bowls and cast figural handles; and a wrythen knop spoon by Wakely & Wheeler, London 1953 (coronation mark), in a case The crest for RADCLYFFE. £120-160 117 Three silver items, comprising: the British Empire Plate by Roberts & Dore Ltd, London 1972, etched with Britannia, battleships and a bust of Queen Victoria in an oval panel, 19cm (7 1/2in) diameter, in a case with certificate; a French beaker, maker’s mark mis-struck, 1838- 1972 .950 standard, engraved MAGG, 7.8cm (3 1/8in) high; 306g (9.8 oz) gross; and a coaster by W. I. Broadway & Co., Birmingham 2000 (millennium mark), pierced with 2000 repeated, with a turned wood base, 13cm (5in) diameter (3) £150-250 118 Υ A George III silver book form small pill box by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1801, engraved EW within a feather border, 2.8cm (1 1/8in) long; a Victorian fiddle pattern caddy spoon by Robert Wallis, London 1851, the bowl engraved with fruiting vine; a paper knife by C. & C. Hodgetts, Birmingham 1912, the grip with running foxes in silhouette, 25.5cm (10in) long; a pair of oval brushes by A. & J. Zimmerman, Birmingham 1895, embossed with scroll foliage; and a pair mounted in ivory, monogrammed (7) £100-150 119 A silver trefid pattern soup ladle by The Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Ltd, London 1919, 33.5cm (13 1/4in) long; five spoons in antique style, pseudo marks, late 198th/early 20th century, with cast handles; and a Dutch antique style caddy spoon, 603g (19.35 oz) (7) £150-250 120 A collection of silver cruet items, mainly 20th century, including: a set of four oblong baluster salt cellars by Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1925-26, in a case with four spoons and blue glass liners; a pair of George III cauldron salts, maker’s marks worn, London 1780; and other items, 947g (30.45 oz) gross £200-300 121 A silver shaped circular waiter by William Hutton & Sons, Sheffield 1935, with a raised gadrooned rim. 16.5cm (6 1/2in) diameter; a pair of late old Sheffield plate bottle coasters, circa 1840; and an Edwardian silver rimmed cut glass salad bowl by Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1908, 23cm (9in) diameter (4) £120-160 122 An Edwardian silver oval tea stand by Pairpoint Brothers, London 1905, with a raised moulded border and on four stepped pad feet, 17.5cm (7in) long; a pair of later Victorian shaped oval napkin rings by Charles Horner, Birmingham 1898, engraved with foliate swags and L, 4.5cm (1 3/4in) long; a pair of oval engine turned napkin rings by Martin Hall & Co. Ltd., Sheffield 1926, 5cm (2in) long; and two other napkin rings, 450g (14.49 oz) gross £120-160 123 Five silver christening mugs, to include: a cased slightly tapering mug by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London 1928, with a scroll handle, engraved R.D.B. from his Godmother Dorothy Campbell 25th April 1929, 9cm (3 1/2in) high; a Victorian slightly tapering mug by John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater, London 1890, with reeded bands and engraved with a monogram, 9cm (3 1/2in) high; an Edwardian twin handled waisted cup by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1907, engraved with a monogram, 7.5cm (3in) high; and two other christening mugs, 776g (24.93 oz) gross £200-300 124 A collection of electro-plated items, to include: a shaped circular swing handled pedestal bowl; a twin handled oblong tray, with gadrooned border; an oval tray, with beaded border; toast racks; egg cups and stand; mustards; cups; and other items £100-200 31
125 Four cased sets of silver spoons, comprising: four later gilt old English table spoons, at least three George II by James Wilks, London 1735, one 1734; a set of twelve tea spoons with tongs by Josiah Williams & Co., London 1926, in a decorative coffin-end pattern; a set of six trifed coffee spoons by Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield 1925; and a set of six Norwegian gilt and blue enamelled coffee spoons, probably .830 standard, 503g (16.15 oz) gross £200-300 126 Υ A collection of electro-plated flatware, mostly cased, to include: a cased Hanoverian pattern part table service for 8 place settings; a cased set of six fish knives and forks with ivory handles; a cased set of twelve fish knives and forks with mother of pearl handles and silver ferrules; a cased set of twelve fruit knives and forks with ivory handles; a collection of loose flatware; and other cased sets of flatware £100-200 127 A collection of electro-plated items, to include: a large spirit flask by Dunhill, London, engraved R.A.S.B.; four other spirit flasks; a pair of candlesticks; a pair of sauce boats; two cased sets of fish knives and forks; a twin handled oval tray; and other items £100-200 128 A collection of electro-plated items, to include: a set of four bottle coasters, the shaped circular borders chased with foliate decoration; a set of four coasters, with gadrooned borders; two other pairs of coasters; and a collection of mixed entree dishes and covers £100-200 129 Two George IV silver fiddle, thread and shell pattern dessert forks by William Chawner II, London 1829; and five Hourglass tea spoons by John Samuel Hunt, London 1855, 259g (8.3 oz) gross £70-100 130 Υ A silver four division toast rack by Cooper Bros, Sheffield 1910; a Swiss counter dish by Jezler, inset with a restrike 5 Batz coin; an orange or lemon strainer by Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1936; and two ivory page turners, one with a silver handle by Horton & Allday, Chester 1897 (5) £120-180 131 Υ A collection of silver items, to include: a silver mounted shaped rectangular photo frame by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd., London, date letter obscured, chased with foliate and floral decoration and a shape vacant reserve, 19cm (7 1/2in) high; an Edwardian baby’s rattle, Birmingham 1907, with a mother of pearl suspension loop, 10.5cm (4in) long; a cased silver handled shoe horn and button hook; an Edwardian circular silver mounted photoframe by William Comyns, London 1901, 9cm (3 1/2in) diameter; and other items £150-250 132 A collection of silver cigarette boxes and cases, to include: a silver rectangular cigarette box by Garrard & Co. Ltd., London 1970, the cover with engine turned decoration and engraved I.H.B, 18cm (7in) long, with a wood liner; a Victorian rectangular cigarette box by Henry Wilkinson & Co., London 1891, with lobed decoration, 17.5cm (6 3/4in) long, with a wood liner; a square cigarette box, with wood liner; a rectangular cigarette case by Harrods Ltd., London 1939, with engine turned covers and engraved R.A.S.B, 12.5cm (5in) high; two other cigarette cases; and a matchbox holder, 390g (12.55 oz) gross weighable £150-200 133 Υ A set of four late Victorian silver gilt salt cellars by James Ramsay, London 1896, modelled as campana shape urns with lion headed bifurcated handles, 5cm (2in) high; together with three spoons, same date and maker, in a leather covered case from James Ramsay, Dundee; and a set of eleven ivory handles fish knives and forks by Allen & Darwin, Sheffield 1922, in an oak box for twelve from James Ramsay, Dundee, the salts and spoons 189g (6.1 oz) £120-160 134 A mixed collection of silver, silver coloured and mounted items, including: a pair of baluster pepperettes by Docker & Burn Ltd, Birmingham 1925, with blue glass liners; a quaich by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1925; a pocket photograph frame, London 1989; two pairs of salad servers, London 1909 and Sheffield 1924; an Italian sugar tongs, .800 standard; and an American silver coloured mounted glass hors d’oeuvres dish by International Silver Co.; and other items, 591g (19 oz) weighable £150-200 135 An Edwardian silver shaped circular salver by George David Rattray, Sheffield 1908, engraved with a floral wreath, on three ball- and-claw feet, 24cm (9 1/2in) diameter, 443g (14.25 oz); and various plated wares, including: an oval twin handled tray; a silver plate bordered glass drinks tray; an asparagus stand and frame; other items; and various flatware including a grape scissors £100-150 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 32
136 Υ A small collection of Chinese export silver, including: an hexagonal small sweet basket, two chopmarks and Silver, early 20th century, applied with Chinese characters, 9.5cm (3 3/4in) width; a rectangular card case by Luen Wo, embossed with dragons amidst clouds, engraved with a monogram, 8.5cm (3 3/8in) long; a miniature circular box and cover by Luen Wo; a miniature two-tier table by Luen Wo, 3.9cm (1 1/2in) high; and other items, mainly small spoons, most by Luen Wo, 282g (9.05 oz) gross; and an ivory brooch panel See von Ferscht, Adrien Chinese Export Silver 1785-1940: Catalogue of Makers’ Marks, 4th edition, Glasgow 2015, p. 473ff, for the maker’s marks and illustrations of various wares. Luen Wo traded from 42 Nanking Road, Shanghai from circa 1880 to 1940.
£200-300 137 Four items of silver, comprising: a George IV drum mustard pot by Charles Fox I, London 1820, with a shell and foliate thumb piece, a flat cover, an angular handle, a nulled rim, a moulded footrim and a blue glass liner, 6.8cm (2 3/4in) high; an oblong salt cellar by Edward Barnard & Sons, London 1929, in Regency style, the interior gilded; a Victorian hemispherical footed sugar bowl by Martin, Hall & Co., Sheffield 1872, engraved with oak leaves, acorns, flowers and ivy, 11.5 (4 1/2in) diameter; and an octolobed box by Alexander Clark Co., Birmingham 1911, with a hinged engine turned cover, on three paw feet, 10cm (4in) diameter, 491g (15.8 oz) gross £150-200 138 An Italian silver coloured shaped oval box, stamped 800 only, the cover chased and engraved with foliate and floral decoration, on four ball feet, 14cm (5 1/2in) long, with a velvet lining; and an Italian mounted clock, silvered dial signed Oris, Arabic numerals, blued steel hands, the case engraved with foliate decoration, 14.5cm (5 3/4in) long; four napkin rings; an Arabic hinged bangle, unmarked; two boxes, .800 standard; a cast spoon (broken); other items; and a set of six electro-plated cauldron salts, with six spoons, in a leather covered case £150-250 139 Υ A collection of silver flatware, including; a George IV/William IV matched pair of fiddle pattern table spoons and six teaspoons, later parcel gilt, embossed and engraved as berry spoons; a George IV caddy spoon by John Bettridge, Birmingham 1821, the cushion shaped bowl engraved with foliage; a William IV fiddle pattern caddy spoon by Benjamin Stephens, London 1835, with a fig shaped bowl, initialled; an early Victorian butter knife with a mother of pearl handle by George Unite, London 1841, loaded; four sugar tongs; and a wine label with neck ring, maker’s mark IT, London 1795, engraved SHERRY, 408g (13.1 oz) weighable On the decanter label the maker’s mark could be for John Thompson of Sunderland or John Tayleur.
£150-200 140 A collection of small silver, including: a set of six silver gilt, white and green enamel coffee spoons by Turner & Simpson, Birmingham 1959, in a case; a set of six silver and coloured enamel coffee spoons by Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham 1954, in a case; a pair of ovoid napkin rings by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1905, monogrammed, in a case; a shell butter dish; two cigarette cases; a quaich; a porringer; a Scottish sugar tongs; a circular powder compact, loaded; and other items; with a plated wine taster and a leather small jewellery box, approx 747g (24 oz) gross weighable £200-300 141 A late Victorian silver oblong ink stand by Charles Stuart Harris, London 1900, with a foliate border, two pen trays, two oval ink well with circular finials to the flat covers, on four scrolled feet, 22.5cm (8 3/4in) long, with two glass liners; and another similar, with two glass liners (one damaged), 1447g (46.54 oz) gross £300-400 33
Small Silver and Objects of Vertu 142 A Victorian silver purse vinaigrette by John Tongue, Birmingham 1863, engraved with floral and foliate decoration and a shaped rectangular vacant reserve, opening to a foliate pierced grill, 2.5cm (1in) long, 7g (0.23 oz) £80-120 143 An unusual silver hinged match box holder by Padgett & Braham Ltd., London 1929, engraved with a startled cat, 6cm (2 1/4in) long, 94g (3 oz) £100-150 144 An Edwardian silver card case and five vesta cases, the card case by Marples & Co., Birmingham 1902, engraved with scroll foliage, monogrammed, 8.2cm (3 1/4in) long; the vestas, various dates late 19th/ early 20th century, some initialled, 130g (4.15 oz) gross £120-160 145 An early Victorian silver rectangular vinaigrette by Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham 1838 (William IV duty mark), engraved overall in a tartan design, the gilt interior with a detached grille, 4cm (1 1/2in) long; a George III scent bottle etui by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1801; and another, maker’s mark IT only (3) The maker’s mark IT probably an unregistered mark of John Thornton.
£80-120 142 143 144 145 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 34
146 A Victorian silver and horn small snuff mull for the Scottish market by Cohen & Charles, Birmingham 1889, the domed cover mounted with a yellow quartz and embossed with thistles, an applied shield engraved EWM, 6.2cm (2 3/8in) long, the suspension chain with a scroll pierced slide, unmarked £120-160 147 146 148 149 150 147 A George IV cast silver Harlequin sugar nips, maker’s mark ID?, London 1823, with foliate bowls and looped snake handles, 11.5cm (4 1/2in) long, 55g (1.75 oz) £100-150 148 Four silver novelty items, comprising: a silver parcel gilt ash or counter tray, maker’s mark G&CH (not traced), Birmingham 1923, mounted with a central model of a fox, 10cm (4in) diameter; a pair of wishbone menu or name holders by George Unite & Sons, Birmingham 1911, on disc bases, 4cm (1 1/2in) high; and a hound’s head small whistle, maker’s mark CLd (not traced), London 1993, 4.3cm (1 3/4in) long £150-250 149 A group of eight silver miniature models of animals, comprising: a Dutch cockerel scent bottle, small article .833 standard, 7cm (2 3/4in) high; a running fox by S M D Castings, London 1972, 9cm (3 1/2in) long; a smaller fox; three dogs; a rabbit and a donkey, all mid to late 20th century, 297g (9.55 oz) gross; and a white alloy prowling fox, 12.5cm (5in) long (9) £200-300 150 Asprey, a silver cow creamer by Asprey & Co., London 1972, standing four-square, the hinged cover with a bee finial within a floral wreath, 15cm (6in) long, 155g (5 oz) £200-300 35
151 An Austrian silver parcel gilt, gem set and banded agate oblong tazza, Vienna late 19th century, the bowl with an engraved and garnet inset rim, a foliate chased calyx beneath, the stem with four foliate scrolls and supported by four winged grotesque heads, the platform base resting on four tortoise feet, 12.5cm (5in) high £600-800 152 [Golf] A boxed set of two pin dishes or ashtrays, one in copper, the other silver by Charles Boyton & Son Ltd, London 1937, each embossed with a lady golfer and The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post Tournament for Lady Golfers, 10cm (4in) diameter, in the original packaging with paperwork for the 1939 tournament £30-50 153 A white metal keyless wind open face pocket watch, no. 120812, lever movement, two armed bimetallic split balance, overcoil balance spring, white dial, Roman numerals, blued steel hands, subsidiary constant seconds dial, four piece hinged case, diameter 67mm, with a silver mounted travel case by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1898, chased with foliate swags and engraved JG Xmas 1898, 11cm (4 1/4in) high £120-160 151 152 153 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 36
154 Asprey, a 9 carat gold rectangular cigarette case by Asprey & Co., marks worn, 1930s, stamped Asprey’s Patent No. 21914, engine turned overall, applied with Art Deco initials RB, 13.5cm (5 1/4in) long, 160.6g gross £1,000-1,500 155 A 9 carat gold compact probably by Cohen & Charles, London 1937, 7.5cm (3in) diameter; and a rectangular cigarette case, unmarked, each engine turned overall, the covers applied with Art Deco initials IB, 185.7g (excluding mirror and powder puff) (2) £1,000-1,500 154 155 37
157 A gilt metal mounted cut glass scent bottle, late 19th century, scroll foliate engraved and pierced, 7.5cm (3in) high, with a suspension chain and a finger ring, in a leather covered Thomas Wordley Ltd case £150-250 158 Five various scent bottles, comprising: one facetted ruby glass binocular double-ended, unmarked, 13cm (5 1/8in) long; one facetted clear glass double-ended, unmarked, 12cm (4 3/4in) long; double-ended and hobnail cut, unmarked; facetted cylindrical with a silver and enamel cap by Boots Pure Drug Company, Birmingham 1913, 8cm (3 1/8in) long, the last clear rectangular in a silver mount by Henry Charles Freeman, Birmingham 1913 (5) £150-200 159 – No lot 156 157 158 156 Υ A Malayan gold coloured mounted ivory presentation kris, early 20th century with an 9 3/4in wavy watered blade, an ivory stylised bird grip with gold coloured mounts incorporating the arms of Selangor, the ivory sheath with gold coloured mounts engraved with the arms of Selangor, 37cm (14 3/4in) long overall, in a hardwood box £200-300 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 38
160 Υ A tortoiseshell cushion shaped box, circa 1850, opening to a blue velvet interior, on four ivory bun feet, 15cm x 10 x 4cm £80-120 162 Mary Pownall (1862-1937), an oval plaster relief plaque a young lady, shoulder length in profile, signed and dated 1914?, 14cm x 10.5cm, in an oval wooden frame; English School (circa 1835), a silhouette portrait of a lady, painted on card, 8.5cm x 6cm, in a gilt and ebonised frame; and a Bois Durci circular portrait plaque entitled Victoria Queen of England, moulded mark verso, 11cm diameter (3) Pownall studied in Frankfurt in 1896 and in Paris from 1897 to 1898 where she tutored by Auguste Rodin. She then studied in Rome from 1898 to 1901. In 1902 she married Alfred Bromet, a barrister, but she continued to use her maiden name for her work. In 1935 she wrote an illustrated autobiography, Response, under the name Mary Pownall Bromet. Her works include one of Edward Villiers, 5th Earl of Clarendon, first mayor of Watford, the Harpy Celaeno (Kelvingrove Art Gallery, 1902) and Watford War Memorial, Watford Town Hall (unveiled 1928). £80-120 160 161 161 Υ Two Queen Anne or George I ivory mounted malacca walking sticks, early 18th century, the first with a baluster grip with simple linear decoration and a now filled lanyard aperture and a brass collar below, the stained malacca shaft with metal ferrule, 93.5cm long; the second with a rounded knop, a lanyard aperture and a metal ferrule, 91.5cm long £300-500 162 39
163 A collection of small silver and objects, including: a folding pocket double photograph frame, stamped 925 and Sterling; a Russian vodka tot, worn marks, 19th century; an Italian small model of an elephant, post 1968 .925 standard; an embossed square tea caddy, pseudo marks; a small hand mirror by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1917; an Austrian cold painted bronze group of three birds on a silver blossom bough; a miniature lighter, stamped Pygmy Japan; and other items £150-200 163 164 Υ A tortoiseshell mounted dressing table set, unmarked, circa 1900, of a hand mirror, five glass jars or bottles and three various brushes, all monogrammed; four ivory mounted brushes, monogrammed; and two glass jars with silver caps, by Mappin & Webb, London 1884 and by Drew & Sons, London 1907, monogrammed £100-200 164 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 40
A Collection of Card Cases, Part VI 166 Υ Three Victorian papier mache rectangular card cases, all with mother of pearl inlaid and with ivory edging, two gilt and painted with flower bouquets, both 11cm (4 1/4in) high; the last inlaid with a bird on a branch in pewter to back and front, 11.5cm (4 1/2in) long (3) £120-180 165 Υ A Tunbridge ware rectangular card case, attributed to Thomas Barton, late 19th century, in rosewood, green stained oak and other woods, with a Berlin woolwork flower panel within a geometric border, the reverse with a geometric panel within a geometric border, the edges geometric, 10.5cm (4 1/8in) long £60-80 167 Υ A Victorian mother of pearl rectangular card case, circa 1850, engraved with a panel of the Sailors’ Farewell, the reverse with a lakeside church, the borders with flowers trailing from baskets, 10.5cm (4 1/8in) long £80-120 168 Two Victorian Scottish wooden rectangular card cases, the first Mauchine ware, with a titled engraved scene of Drummond Castle and Made of Wood Grown at Drummond Castle Gardens, the reverse with a view of Grieff, 11.5cm (4 1/2in) long; the second Tartan ware, in Rob Roy tartan, the front with a titled oval vignette of The Trosachs, 8.7cm (3 1/2in) long; and a Spa transfer ware case, mid 19th century, with lithographs of a girl butterfly hunting, a country hose, an Italianate lady and castle ruins, 8.5cm (3 3/8in) long (3) £100-150 165 166 168 167 41
169 Υ Two Chinese lacquer card cases, the first late 19th century rectangular, painted with two figure in a boat, a pagoda beyond, the reverse with a single figure, on a light brown ground, 12.5cm (5in) long; the second cyma shaped rectangular, inlaid with coloured mother of pearl and abalone with a butterfly, flowers and rocks to back and front, 10.5cm (4 1/4in) long (2) £60-80 170 Υ A Victorian tortoiseshell and mother of pearl rectangular card case, circa 1860, with a chequer board design to back and front, with pewter stringing, roundels and dots, with ivory edging, 10cm (4in) long £100-150 171 Υ A Victorian papier mache and gem painted rectangular card case, the inset reverse glass printed and painted with St Paul’s cathedral, within a gilt and coloured scroll border, the reverse gilt and coloured panelled design, with ivory edging, 10cm (4in) long £100-150 169 170 171 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 42
172 Two silver card cases and two sleeves, the first case Edwardian curved rectangular and hammered by Deakin & Francis, Birmingham 1901, engraved with a crest, 8.2cm (3 1/4in) long; the second rounded rectangular by W. H. Haseler Ltd, Birmingham 1920, the front applied with crossed golf clubs, 8cm (3 1/8in) long; the first sleeve, maker’s mark worn, London 1912, with an oval aperture to the front, 6.7cm (2 5/8in) long; the last by Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham 1913, open to back and front, 6.8cm (2 7/8in) long (4) The crest on the first for BISHE, DEYCOURT, DUNNAGE, EARDLEY, GRIGGS, HUGGINGS, PANTON, SHEIRCLIFF and SHIERCLIFFE.
£100-150 173 Υ A Victorian mother of pearl rectangular card case, engraved with a scene of Warwick Castle, the reverse engraved with birds at a fountain, flowers beneath, with ivory edging, 10.5cm (4 1/4in) long £100-150 174 Three various rectangular card cases, the first mid 19th century, painted with a bold polychrome chintz, on a black ground, 10cm (4in) long; the second Fern ware, late 19th century, with a banner A Souvenir from Rochdale to the front, 11cm (4 3/8in) long; the last side-opening in straw work, late 19th century, with a panel of Berlin woolwork flowers on a trellis ground, the reverse with a trellis ground, blue silk lined, 10cm (4in) (3) £80-120 175 Two lacquer rectangular card cases, early 20th century, the first Chinese, with a gilt-dusted ground with scenes of a man on a mountain path with a pagoda in the distance, a woman wearing pink robes in a similar setting verso, 12cxm (4 3/4in) long; the second Japanese and painted overall to simulate wood, 10cm (4in) long (2) £100-150 172 173 174 175 43
176 A Continental black composition rectangular card case, possibly French, circa 1880, the front with silver pique panels in the Renaissance manner, a gold oval plaque engraved with a monogram, the edging plated, 10.5cm (4 1/8in) long £100-150 177 Υ A Victorian papier mache rectangular card case, painted with differing titled scenes of the Shrine of the Nativity in Bethlehem to back and front, with ivory edging, 10.5cm (4 1/4in) long £80-120 178 Two 19th century Chinese export silver card cases, the first cyma shaped rectangular, retailer’s mark KSC and a chopmark, attributed to Khecheong, circa 1850, the raised panel of two fish, a ruyi shape and a bat, within a meander border, the reverse with a raised panel of prunus blossom, within a conforming border, 8.5cm (3 3/8in) long; the second rectangular, unmarked, with an overall net design, 8cm (3 1/8in) long (2) Khe Cheong or Khecheong traded as a retail silversmith and jeweller from 2 Old China Street, Canton and Club Street, Honam Island, Canton from circa 1820 to 1890. One of the specialisms of this firm were high quality filigree card cases of the present shape. The cataloguer’s thanks goes to Adrien Von Ferscht in this attribution.
£200-300 179 Υ A mid Victorian mother of pearl rectangular card case, engraved with an exterior view of the Crystal Palace on a ground scattered with foliage and titled Building for the Great Exhibition in 1851 in an oval reserve, the reverse engraved with central floral spray and scattered foliage, with ivory edging 10.7cm (4 1/4in) long £200-300 180 Υ A Victorian papier mache rectangular card case, painted with a scene of an alpine church within a gilt scroll frame on a net ground, the reverse similar with a scene with an Italian bandit, with ivory edging, 10cm (4in) long £80-120 176 177 178 179 180 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 44
181 A Victorian 18 carat gold bloodstone signet ring, the oval bloodstone panel carved with a crest, stamped 18 with full Birmingham hallmarks for 1868, finger size M 1/2; and a Victorian 15 carat gold agate signet ring, the shield shaped agate carved with a crest, to chased foliate shoulders, stamped 15 with full Birmingham hallmarks, finger size M 1/2, 12.5g gross £200-300 182 A 22 carat gold band ring, of plain polished form, stamped 22 with full London hallmarks for 1915, finger size L 1/2, 7.9g £100-150 183 A Victorian 18 carat gold diamond ring, the old cut diamond, estimated to weigh 0.50 carats, in a claw setting, stamped 18 with full Chester hallmarks for 1878, finger size Q 1/2, 6.3g £300-500 184 A late Georgian gold filigree, chalcedony and chyrsoberyl Maltese cross pendant, circa 1825, the central scrolled filigree panel set with an oval cut chyrsoberyl, to the chalcedony arms, the reverse with a glazed compartment containing hairwork, on a later 15 carat gold chain, the pendant 5.6cm long including bale, chain 40cm long £500-700 185 A Victorian hairwork brooch, the rectangular glazed panel with plaited hair beneath, within a scrolling foliate surround, 2.9cm wide; a converted paste set watch key brooch; and a converted foil backed topaz and seed pearl brooch, 1.7cm wide £150-250 191 An early 20th century 18 carat gold diamond ring, the scrolled panel set with old cut diamonds, stamped 18 with Birmingham hallmarks for 1910, finger size M; a further ring, stamped 18, finger size L; and a hinged locket, 3.7cm long including bale, 11.7g gross £150-200 192 A 19th century carnelian ring, the oval carnelian panel carved with an armorial, in a collet mount, finger size R The coat of arms for the Egerton family of Tatton Park £600-800 193 A Victorian 18 carat gold bloodstone signet ring, the oval bloodstone panel carved with a crest, collet set to the polished shank, stamped 18 with full Birmingham hallmarks, date letter Z, maker’s mark C.G, finger size K 1/2, 8.2g £150-250 194 A curb link chain, with two lobster claw clasps, stamped 9c, 36cm long, approximately 26g £200-250 195 A gold coloured Albert chain, composed of double curb links, with a t bar, and suspending a chased foliate locket, stamped 375, 31.5cm long, 31g gross £200-300 196 A multi strand belcher link bracelet, the six strands with textured belcher links, to the claps, composed of two 19th century hairwork and seed pearl panels, 17.5cm long £100-150 186 A Georgian mourning ring, the foliate panel with a black enamel border, later set with a cushion shaped opal, to foliate and black enamel shoulders, engraved with an inscription, dated 1818 Oct 25, finger size N £200-300 187 A Victorian amethyst fob seal, the amethyst seal carved with a Maltese cross, set into the carved foliate fob, on a curb link chain, 45.5cm long, 8.5g £100-150 188 A 22 carat gold wedding band ring, of plain polished form, stamped 22 with full London hallmarks, finger size H; and a further 22 carat gold wedding band, stamped 22 with full Birmingham hallmarks, finger size J, 8.6g gross £120-160 189 † A Stuart crystal memento mori slide, with enamelled skull and cross bone detail, initialled J C M, the original slide fittings removed, script on paper JoRn Fion above a woven hair work, under facetted rock crystal, dated 1686 to the reverse, 2.2cm long £200-300 190 A late 19th century half pearl ring, set with three half pearls and circular cut black stones, with scrolled shoulders, finger size K 1/2; and an 18 carat gold diamond ring, the brilliant cut diamond, in a collet setting, stamped 18ct, finger size K 1/2, 3.5g total £100-150 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 46
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197 An Edwardian amethyst and seed pearl pendant, the scrolling openwork panel set with circular cut amethyst and seed pearls, on a belcher link chain, stamped 9ct, 44cm long; an amethyst and seed pearl brooch, circa 1900, the circular cut amethyst within a surround of seed pearls, stamped 9, maker’s mark rubbed MB & Co, possibly for Murrle Bennett & Co., 3.8cm wide; and a paste ring, finger size L 1/2 £100-150 198 An Edwardian seed pearl necklace, circa 1910, the central foliate section set with seed pearls, on a partly set seed pearl fancy link chain, with a later added freshwater cultured pearl drop, 43cm long, 15.7g gross £150-250 199 An early Victorian turquoise and seed pearl ring, circa 1840, the flower head cluster set with a circular cabochon turquoise and seed pearls, to similarly set shoulders, finger size M 1/2, 2.2g £150-250 200 A Victorian cat’s eye chrysoberyl and diamond ring, the central oval cabochon cat’s eye chrysoberyl between two old brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.40 carats total, on a polished shank, finger size F, 5.3g £300-500 201 A sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the central circular cut sapphire claw set within a surround of rose cut diamonds, to bifurcated shoulders, finger size L, 3.7g £80-120 202 An Edwardian peridot, pink tourmaline and seed pearl necklace, circa 1910, the front section set with circular cut peridots and pink tourmalines, suspending seed pearl set foliate drops, on a belcher link chain, 41.5cm long £80-120 203 A 1930s diamond cluster ring, the millegrained setting set with old cut diamonds, approximately 0.93 carats total, the shank stamped P 18, finger size L 1/2 £150-250 204 An Austro Hungarian foil backed topaz, emerald, half pearl and enamel brooch, circa 1900, the openwork lobed panel, set with foil backed oval cut topaz, square cut emeralds and half pearls, with enamel detail, 4.2cm wide £100-150 205 A Victorian agate and diamond ring, the circular cabochon agate within a surround of rose cut diamonds, finger size J £150-250 206 A Victorian diamond ring, circa 1867, the chased foliate band set with a table cut diamond and two old cut diamonds, with an inner engraving, finger size L 1/2, 2.8g £150-250 207 A Victorian five stone diamond ring, circa 1890, the five old cut diamonds in gold open claw settings, approximately 0.80 carats total, finger size M 1/2 £150-250 208 A diamond ring, set with three brilliant cut diamonds, on a polished shank, stamped 375, finger size P, 1.6g £80-120 209 A 19th century conch shell cameo, the oval cameo carved with a Bacchante, within a gold setting, 4.9cm long £80-120 210 A Victorian 18 carat gold ruby and diamond ring, the central old cut diamond set between two circular rubies, stamped 18 with full Birmingham hallmarks for 1889, finger size Q, 2.7g £200-300 211 An early 20th century ruby and pearl circlet brooch, set with alternating circular cut rubies and seed pearls, on a polished bar brooch, 5.5cm long; a fox mask stock pin; a gold nugget brooch; a hunting horn and horseshoe stock pin; and a seed pearl star brooch, 17.7g gross £150-250 212 A Victorian 18 carat gold turquoise and seed pearl ring, the two circular cabochon turquoise with seed pearl accents, stamped 18 with Birmingham hallmarks for 1865, finger size J, 1.8g; and a triple garnet cluster ring, finger size K, 1.5g £100-150 213 An Edwardian diamond and red doublet ring, the old cut diamonds estimated to weigh 0.26 carats total, flanked by circular cut red doublets, in an 18 carat gold setting hallmarked Birmingham 1904, finger size N £80-120 214 A Victorian 18 carat gold emerald ring, set with graduating square cut emeralds, within a pierced scroll setting, stamped 18 with full Birmingham hallmarks for 1865, finger size M, 3g £300-500 215 A late Victorian pietra dura bracelet, circa 1880, the oval panels inlaid with pietra dura to depict doves amongst foliage, 20cm long £250-350 216 An Edwardian seed pearl bracelet, the oval panels each set with a flower head cluster of seed pearls, to the concealed clasp, stamped 15ct, 19cm long, 20g £200-300 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 48
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217 A diamond spiral pendant, the spiralling panel set with brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.57 carats total, damaged suspension loop, 1.5cm diameter £200-300 218 A diamond cluster pendant, converted from a necklace clasp, set throughout with old cut diamonds, approximately 3.46 carats total, 8.5cm long £1,200-1,600 219 A pink doublet stone and diamond ring, the oval cut pink doublet stone, claw set within a surround of eight cut diamonds, finger size L 1/2 £150-200 220 A 1950s sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the oval cut sapphire within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, 0.40 carats total, the shank stamped plat, finger size M 1/2 £300-500 221 A blue topaz and diamond pendant, the circular cabochon blue topaz within a surround of old cut diamonds, suspending a row of square cut blue topaz and old cut and eight cut diamonds, approximately 0.75 carats total, on a belcher link chain, stamped 750, 42cm long £600-800 222 An aquamarine ring, the rectangular cut aquamarine in a claw setting, stamped 18ct, finger size N £500-700 223 An 18 carat gold synthetic alexandrite ring, the rectangular cut synthetic alexandrite in a four claw setting, stamped 18ct, signed Thurlwell’s, finger size O 1/2, 7g £100-150 224 A diamond ring, the square panel set with four square cut diamonds, approximately 0.25 carats total, stamped 9K, finger size L £70-100 225 An aquamarine and diamond pendant, the pear cut aquamarine claw set below a brilliant cut diamond, on a belcher link chain, stamped 750, 41cm long £500-700 226 A platinum diamond ring, the brilliant cut diamond, stated to weigh 0.62 carats, in a fancy setting, stamped 950 with Birmingham hallmarks, finger size K Offered for sale with a GIA Diamond Dossier, job 100775019262, dated August 19, 2009, stating: Color - F Clarity - VS1 £800-1,200 227 An 18 carat gold pink spinel and diamond ring by Theo Fennell, the oval cut pink spinel collet set between two triangular cut diamonds, approximately 0.40 carats total, on a polished band with beaded detail, stamped 750 with full London hallmarks for 2009, maker’s mark TF, finger size R 1/2, in a Theo Fennell box £1,000-1,500 228 A natural colour change sapphire ring, the circular cut natural colour change sapphire, weighing 2.52 carats, between collet set brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.50 carats total, finger size S 1/2 Offered for sale with The Gem & Pearl Laboratory Sapphire Report, numbered 13656, dated 17 January 2017, stating: Result: Natural Sapphire Comments: No evidence of heat treatment was observed This sapphire appears blue in daylight and purple in incandescent light Origin Opinion: Sri Lanka/ Madagascar £1,500-2,000 229 An Art Deco diamond and synthetic sapphire panel ring, circa 1930, the old brilliant cut diamonds within pierced millegrained settings, approximately 0.72 carats total, with a central circular cut synthetic sapphire, finger size N £600-800 230 A French ruby and diamond dress ring, the central rectangular panel set with brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.20 carats total, within a surround of circular cut rubies, stamped 18k with French poinçon, finger size N, 17g £300-500 231 A pair of aquamarine and diamond ear pendants, the rectangular fancy aquamarines in a four claw setting, between brilliant cut diamond set panels, and with a brilliant cut diamond set surmount, approximately 1.10 carats total, with post fittings, 9.4cm long; and a similar pendant, stamped 750, 8.1cm long including bale £1,500-2,000 232 A peridot and diamond cluster ring, the oval cut peridot claw set within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.75 carats total, finger size L 1/2 £550-650 233 A ruby and diamond ring, the oval cut ruby claw set between brilliant cut diamond set shoulders, approximately 0.10 carats total, stamped 18K 750, finger size M 1/2, 3.3g £700-1,000 234 A 1970s sapphire and diamond cluster ring, the central circular cut sapphire claw set within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.40 carats total, finger size J £300-500 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 50
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235 A pair of amethyst and cultured pearl earrings, the oval cabochon amethyst within a ropetwist setting, suspending three cultured pearls, with screw fittings, 3.5cm long; and a red stone and diamond ring, set with an oval red stone and eight cut diamonds, finger size F 1/2 £150-250 236 A cultured pearl, emerald and diamond necklace, the five strands of graduating cultured pearls, measuring approximately 2mm to 11mm, to the cluster clasp, set with a rectangular cut emerald within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 1.20 carats total, to a further surround set with circular cut emeralds, stamped with French poinçon, maker’s mark JF, 39.5cm long £800-1,200 237 A cultured pearl, sapphire and diamond necklace, the two strands of uniform cultured pearls, measuring approximately 5mm, to the clasp set with an oval cut sapphire within a surround of eight cut diamonds, stamped 375 with full London hallmarks, 45cm long £120-160 238 A double strand cultured pearl necklace, the slightly graduated pearls, measuring 4mm to 8mm, on a knotted string, to a pierced clasp, stamped 375, 41cm long £200-300 239 An 18 carat gold single stone tourmaline ring, the step cut tourmaline with canted corners, with full London hallmark, finger size M 1/2 £80-120 240 A cultured pearl and amethyst choker necklace, the three strands of uniform cultured pearls, measuring approximately 5mm, to the clasp set with an oval cabochon amethyst within a surround of cultured pearls, stamped 9ct, 36cm long; and a pair of cultured pearl ear studs, with post fittings £300-500 241 A gold and multi coloured sapphire necklace by Yvel, the gold links set with facetted sapphire beads in between, suspending a fringe of briolette cut orange sapphires, yellow sapphires, green sapphires and pink sapphires, to the clasp, stamped 750, signed Yvel, 100cm long £700-1,000 242 A cultured pearl, mabé pearl and diamond necklace, the two strands of uniform cultured pearls, measuring 8mm, to the clasp centrally set with a mabé pearl, within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 2.00 carats total, stamped with French poinçon, 78cm long £800-1,200 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 52
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243 A curb link charm bracelet, the polished curb link bracelet set with various charms, including: a mid 19th century mourning pendant, dated 1847, a 9 carat gold Masonic pendant, a jadeite jade pendant, a fob seal pendant, and others, 19cm long, 31g gross £250-350 244 A gold coloured charm bracelet, the curb link bracelet with various charms, including a heart shaped agate charm, an ionic column charm, stamped k18, a tankard charm, a Maltese cross charm, and others, the bracelet stamped 14K, 18.3cm long, 81g gross £600-800 245 An Italian enamel cockerel brooch, the cockerel with green, blue and red enamel, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, 2.5cm wide, 4.4g; and a further enamel cockerel brooch, set with marcasite, 4.1cm wide £120-160 246 A 19th century turquoise set orb hair pin, circa 1870, the pavé set circular cabochon turquoise orb, with an applied coiled serpent set with seed pearls and cabochon red stones, 1.9cm diameter, to a gilt metal pin £70-100 247 A Bohemian garnet necklace, from the first half of the 20th century, the round cut garnets claw set in three geometric panels, the ring bolt clasp indistinctly stamped, 44.5cm long; together with a late 19th century pyrite set oval terminal stickpin; and an early 20th century goldstone dress stud, stamped 10 £80-120 248 A 9 carat gold Albert chain, composed of polished belcher links, with a t bar and two lobster claw clasps, stamped 9ct, 34.5cm long, 20g, suspending a silver medallion fob, engraved Motor Boat Coy F.C, 4.2cm long £150-250 249 A pair of mid 19th century serpent dress studs, the gold coloured serpents coiled around polished agate beads, together with a further white stone topped dress stud, with facetted bezel, stamped 15, in a mid 19th century leather covered case £80-120 250 Υ An early 20th century 9 carat gold mother of pearl button dress set, the circular panels of mother of pearl each set with a circular cut blue paste, stamped 9ct, 1.4cm diameter, in a gilt tooled green leather case £150-250 251 A 9 carat gold medallion, presented to John Vincent Cockshoot, from Trinity College of Music, Southampton Centre, for Pianforte, presented by The Mayor of Southampton, Councillor W.D.Buck, 1934, stamped 375 with full Birmingham hallmarks for 1934, on a red ribbon, 4.5cm long including bale, 6.5g; together with two rings and brooch £80-120 252 A Sovereign brooch, George V, 1912, in a brooch setting,; and a half Sovereign, Edward VII, 1907, 13.5g gross £150-250 253 A gold coloured curb link bracelet, the polished links to a concealed clasp, stamped 15, 21.5cm long, 18g £200-300 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 54
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254 A 1940s synthetic spinel ring, the rectangular cut synthetic spinel between geometric shoulders, the inner shank engraved ‘Recuendo 20.9.48’, finger size O 1/2 £150-200 255 A citrine pendant, the triangular cut citrine claw set within a textured abstract leaf surround, on a belcher link chain, stamped 750, 74cm long, 5.9g; an Italian blue paste ring, the marquise cut blue paste within an openwork surround to a textured shank, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, finger size O 1/2, 3.6g; and a 22 carat gold wedding band ring, stamped 22 with full Birmingham hallmarks for 1938, finger size R 1/2, 4.6g £200-300 256 A gold coloured sprung bangle, the reeded arms to white paste accented ball terminals; together with an Edwardian seed pearl set bar brooch; 20g gross £150-250 257 A ruby and diamond ring, the oval cut ruby claw set within a surround of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 1.10 carats total, stamped 750 with London import marks, sponsor mark CW, finger size Q 1/2 £700-1,000 258 A five stone opal ring, the oval cabochon opals in claw settings, the shank with 9 carat gold import marks, finger size K; together with a 9 carat gold three stone garnet ring, finger size K; together with a signet ring with London 9 carat gold import marks, finger size U £70-100 259 An Italian 18 carat gold citrine necklace, the pear shaped citrine in a raised claw setting, within a fancy link surround connecting to the fancy link necklace, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, 43cm long, 19g £250-350 260 A 1960s turquoise and cultured pearl ring, the central cultured pearl within a surround of circular cabochon turquoise, on a decorative ropetwist setting, finger size L 1/2 £120-160 261 A 1970s 18 carat gold and ruby leaf brooch, the textured leaves each set with a circular cut ruby, stamped 750 with import marks for 1971, 4cm long, 7.2g £70-100 262 An 18 carat gold amethyst ring, the rectangular fancy cut amethyst in a four claw setting, stamped 18ct and CT, finger size N 1/2, 7.3g £200-300 263 A sapphire, ruby and emerald ring, set with an oval cut sapphire, ruby and emerald, between brilliant cut diamond set shoulders, stamped 585, finger size M 1/2; a synthetic colour change sapphire ring, stamped 14k, finger size M 1/2; and an emerald ring, finger size N, 9.6g gross £120-160 264 An 18 carat gold citrine ring, the rectangular cut citrine in a four claw setting, to the polished shank, stamped 18ct, signed Thurlwell’s, finger size P, 8.6g £200-300 265 – No lot 266 A French sapphire and diamond ring, the pear cut sapphire to channel set princess cut diamond shoulders, with brilliant cut diamond set gallery, approximately 1.00 carat total, the shank stamped with French poinçon, finger size N £1,500-2,000 267 A single stone diamond ring, the brilliant cut diamond estimated to weigh 0.35 carats, within a radiating claw setting, the setting stamped 18ct, finger size M £100-200 268 A diamond set buckle ring, designed as a buckle, set with eight cut diamonds, with engraved detail, stamped 750, finger size J 1/2 £200-300 269 A ruby and diamond Bombé ring, set with a central cluster of brilliant cut diamonds, approximately 0.40 carats total, between the shoulders set with square cut rubies, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, finger size M 1/2 £200-300 270 A pair of 1940s 18 carat gold ear pendants, the bow surmounts suspending geometric drops, with post fittings, stamped 750 with London hallmarks, maker’s mark ABD, 5.6cm long, 7.2g gross £150-250 271 An 18 carat gold garnet and diamond ring, the central oval cut garnet within a surround of eight cut diamonds, stamped 18 with full London hallmarks for 1965, finger size O 1/2, 4.5g £150-250 272 A 1970s gold coloured bracelet, composed of textured links, to a concealed clasp, stamped 750 with London import marks for 1971, 18cm long, 30.5g £400-600 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 56
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273 A white paste set brooch by Christian Dior, the four graduated white paste set leaves, signed Chr Dior, 6.9cm long; together with a textured flower head brooch by Sarah Coventry, with a textured carpel, signed SarahCov, 5cm diameter; together with a pair of oval panel white paste set earrings signed Givenchy, 1.9mm long; a pair of circular white paste earrings, signed D’Orlan, 2cm diameter; a flower brooch set with white and yellow paste, signed Grosse; a single ear clip signed ChrDior Germany; and a white paste set bracelet £60-100 274 A 1960s paste set necklace by Christian Dior, the articulated panels set with vari coloured paste, within textured surrounds, to the clasp, signed Chr.Dior 1966, 12.5cm inner width £70-100 275 An enamel and textured link costume necklace, the central links enamelled in blue, green and red, on a textured and polished link necklace, stamped Burberry’s, 45cm long; together with other costume jewellery £50-80 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 58
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276 A multi stone necklace, the facetted hardstones, including amethyst, cornelian, labradorite and garnet, to a silver coloured woven bib with flower head detail, 39cm long £300-500 277 Υ An Italian coral bead necklace, the multi strand necklace composed of graduating coral beads, to a polished baton clasp, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, 43cm long, 174g £800-1,200 278 A malachite bead necklace, the graduated polished malachite beads, measuring approximately 2cm to 2.7cm, on a knotted string, 43.5cm long; and a further malachite bead necklace, the graduating beads measuring approximately 1.7cm to 2.2cm, on a knotted string, to a magnetic clasp, stamped 925, 48cm long £80-120 279 A blue lace agate and garnet necklace and ring, the necklace with polished blue lace agate beads to tumbled stones within a garnet set wire frame work, 41cm long, together with a matching lace agate and garnet dress ring, finger size R £300-500 280 A smokey quartz fashion necklace, the graduated facetted smokey quartz necklace with red, black and cream woollen orb spacers, 71cm long £60-80 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 60
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281 Hermès, Mors de Filet, a pair of silver snaffle bit cufflinks, London 2008, stamped Hermès 925 A*D, 3.8cm (1 1/2in) long, in an Hermès box £150-250 282 A heart and antique coin necklace, the antique coin in a collet setting suspended below a hammered heart panel, stamped k18 k22, on a fancy link necklace, stamped 9ct, 44cm long £150-250 283 A synthetic gemstone evil eye pendant, the circular pendant set with circular cut synthetic stones, on a belcher link chain, stamped 585, 42cm long £80-120 284 Hermès, Grand Apparat, a wide printed enamel bangle/bracelet, 2010, printed mark Hermès Paris Made in France, 3.5cm (1 3/8in) wide, 6.2cm diameter £150-250 285 Hermès, a narrow printed enamel bangle/bracelet, 2015, multicoloured abstract, printed mark Hermès Paris Made in France =T, 1.8cm (3/4in) wide, 6cm diameter £100-150 286 A collection of gold coloured jewellery, to include: a tapered textured bar with three graduated reconstituted turquoise and round cut ruby set elephant surmounts, to a tourmaline crystal tip, stamped 14k; an enamelled butterfly and jade set fan brooch; a sapphire and eight cut diamond 9 carat gold necklace, with partial 9 carat gold import mark; a fancy link necklace stamped 585; a 9 carat gold ring; and other items; 23.8g gross £150-250 287 A bronze coin bracelet, set with antique bronze coins, in collet settings, to a beadwork clasp, stamped 585, 20.5cm long, 54.3g gross; and a similar pair of earrings, with shepherd’s hook fittings, stamped 750, 2.4cm long, 10.4g gross £600-800 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 62
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288 A diamond ring, the brilliant cut diamond in a claw setting, to foliate shoulders, stamped 18ct, finger size Q; and a further diamond ring, finger size Q, 5g gross £100-150 289 A diamond and tanzanite dress ring, the central square cut tanzanite between princess cut diamond panels, to channel set brilliant cut diamond shoulders, the shank stamped 18k, finger size P 1/2; together with a three stone diamond ring, the three brilliant cut diamonds in a 9 carat gold setting, finger size P 1/2 £150-250 290 A garnet and diamond spider brooch, the body set with an oval cut garnet and a mabé pearl, the head set with a rose cut diamond, to the legs set with further rose cut diamonds, 4.1cm long £400-600 291 A seed pearl portrait miniature pendant/ brooch, the oval panel painted with a lady, within a surround of seed pearls, 5.4cm long £250-350 292 A 1930s natural pearl stick pin by Mauboussin, the natural saltwater pearl on a white gold pin, stamped with French poinçon and maker’s mark, in original box signed B.Noury Mauboussin Sr, 3 Rue Choiseul. Paris Offered for sale with a Gemmological Certification Services Pearl Report, numbered 7815.-70, dated 24.04.2018, stating: Species Natural pearl Variety Saltwater please see image on page 55 £600-800 Please see the illustrations on our website for lots 288 - 329 293 A five strand natural pearl necklace, the graduated pearls with seed pearl spacers, to a gold backed silver rose cut diamond set clasp, stamped with unidentified gold marks, 37.5cm long Offered for sale with a Gemmological Certification Services Pearl report, numbered 5776-4359, dated 25.01.2016, stating: Species Natural Pearls Variety Saltwater please see image on page 55 £800-1,200 294 † An unmounted diamond, the Asscher cut diamond weighing approximately 1.02 carats £600-800 295 † An unmounted coloured diamond, the rectangular fancy cut yellow coloured diamond, weighing approximately 0.89 carats Please note the diamond is untested for colour treatment £700-1,000 296 A natural pearl necklace, the one hundred and two pearls measuring from 2.9mm to 4mm, to a rose cut diamond set Belle Epoque floral clasp, 46cm long Offered for sale with a Gwilym M. Jones Pearl Report, reference number 0602/02, dated 4/9/06, stating: All are Natural Pearls please see image on page 55 £400-600 297 A diamond bracelet, the hinged bangle with an openwork panel spelling out the name Antonio, set with rose cut diamonds, 6cm inner diameter; together with a similar brooch, 10g gross £250-350 298 A pair of early 20th century diamond cluster earrings, the cluster drops set with rose cut diamonds suspended from further rose cut diamonds, with shepherd’s hook fittings, 3.6cm long £400-600 299 An amber and amber coloured bead necklace, composed of graduating amber and amber coloured beads, measuring approximately 0.7cm to 3.2cm, with two decorative spacers, 42cm long, 174g We cannot guarantee amber as being natural, all or some parts may be reconstituted £400-600 300 An Italian gold coloured shell cameo bracelet, the carved shell cameo panels within pierced scrolling surrounds, to the concealed clasp, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, 17.5cm long; and an Italian shell cameo pendant the oval shell panel carved with a lady’s profile, on a box link chain, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, 57cm long, 54g gross £700-1,000 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 64
301 A 1960s synthetic sapphire dress ring, the circular cut sapphire within a lobed gold coloured setting, finger size Q; together with a 9 carat gold white stone set cross pendant, 4.1cm long; a two coloured necklace, stamped with 9 carat gold import marks; a gold coloured band ring; and a St Christopher medal; 24.9g gross £100-150 302 A late Victorian gilt metal and agate seal, the oval agate panel engraved with a scrolling initial E; a carnelian seal, engraved with a monogram and crest; and a 19th century fancy link chain, 32.5cm long £60-80 303 A 9 carat gold three colour bracelet, the articulated bracelet composed of textured and polished panels, to the concealed clasp, stamped 375 with import marks, 18.7cm long, 13.9g £150-250 304 An opal and ruby horseshoe ring, the oval opal claw set within a horseshoe shaped surround set with circular cut rubies, stamped 18K, finger size R 1/2; two shell cameo rings; a sapphire ring, stamped 375; a further ring; a pendant; and a locket, on a broken chain, 29.9g gross £120-160 305 A 9 carat gold fancy link necklace, partly composed of flattened curb links, stamped 375 with import marks, 46cm long, 19.4g £120-160 306 A Saudi Arabian gold coin pendant, the Saudi Arabian Guinea within a pierced surround with red enamel detail, on a fancy link chain, stamped 585, 49cm long; and an Iranian gold coin, 2g £300-500 307 An 18 carat gold necklace, composed of fancy links, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, 60cm long, 5.7g; and a swan pendant, on a fancy link chain, stamped 750 with Italian control marks, 50cm long, 13.2g £200-300 308 A collection of ear studs, to include a pair of knotted 9 carat gold and cultured pearl set ear studs; a pair of 9 carat gold cabochon opal ear studs; a pair of knotted ear studs, stamped 375; together with further ear studs £80-120 309 A collection of Danish fashion jewellery by Monies, comprising a gilt panel fashion dress ring, signed Monies, finger size P 1/2, in original Monies pouch; a pair of stained cow horn geometric ear pendnats, with clip fittings signed Monies, 15.9cm long, in Monies pouches; and a copper graduated circular link necklace, with blackened hammered finish, in Monies pouch £250-350 310 A costume jewellery necklace by Lara Bohinc, composed of snake links to a circular pendant, stamped Lara Bohinc, 42cm long; a paste set serpent necklace; and a paste set necklace, 49cm long £80-120 311 Two silver coloured bangles, the cuffs with twist detail; an Indian silver coloured belt; and a red bead necklace £80-120 312 A Mexican silver bead necklace, the two strands with polished beads, to the clasp, stamped Mexico 925, 37cm long; and two further bead necklaces £60-100 313 A group of costume jewellery, including: necklaces; earrings; and other items £80-120 314 A collection of costume jewellery, including: various necklaces; rings; earrings; and further items £50-80 315 A selection of jewellery and costume jewellery, including: brooches; a hat pin; a ring; a rose brooch; and other items £70-100 316 A collection of costume jewellery, including: necklaces, rings; and further items £60-100 317 A collection of silver coloured costume jewellery, to include a hinged bangle set with oval cut sapphires, red corundum and green stones, and a central smokey quartz, with frog detail; together with various chains; rings; and other items, 12.63oz gross (392.8g) £60-100 65
318 A collection of costume jewellery, including: various bangles; necklaces; and further items £40-60 319 A collection of silver coloured jewellery and costume jewellery, including: various bangles; rings; necklaces; and further items £80-120 320 A collection of silver coloured jewellery, including: two enamelled bell bracelets, stamped Siam Sterling; a labradorite dress ring; further dress rings; cufflinks; and further items £80-120 321 A small collection of silver jewellery, including: a heart shaped pendant signed Thomas Sabo and stamped 925; a pair of Links of London silver cufflinks, with knot terminals and swivel backs; a silver coloured plaited necklace: together with further silver coloured rings; and other items £40-60 322 A collection of gold coloured jewellery, including: two gold coloured chains; a 9 carat gold ropetwist bracelet with London import marks; a pair of gold coloured polished and textured panel earrings; a 9 carat gold shell pendant; and three studs; 27.5g gross £300-500 323 A gold coloured cultured pearl bracelet, the cultured pearls with fancy links in between, with a ring bolt clasp, 18.5cm long, 4.2g; and a gold coloured pin, stamped 9ct, 4.5cm long, 2.1g £120-160 324 A collection of costume jewellery, including: various necklaces; bracelets; brooches; and other items £80-120 325 A small selection of jewellery, mostly including chains, and other items £60-80 326 A pair of silver and enamel cufflinks, the oval panels with purple and pink enamel, with belcher link connectors, stamped 925 with full Birmingham hallmarks, 1.7cm long; together with other items £80-120 327 A quantity of costume jewellery, including: brooches; necklaces; and other items £30-50 328 A small selection of jewellery, including: an early 20th century Canadian silver and enamel brooch by Richard Hemsley, the central enamelled maple leaf within a swirling enamel surround, stamped sterling, 1909, maker’s mark RH, 5.4cm wide; a seed pearl swallow brooch, 5.5cm long; a paste set frog brooch; a marcasite set galloping horse brooch, 5.5cm wide; a diamond set brooch; and a marcasite brooch and ear clips £150-250 329 A collection of costume jewellery, including: various brooches; bracelets; and other items £40-60 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 66
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330 Osprey, Isola, a white pebble grain leather tote bag, with twin loop handles, a magnetic button fasten front pocket, opening to a brown suede interior with removable single zip pouch, 38 x 30 x 10cm, with an Osprey dust bag £30-50 331 Aspinal of London, Brook Street, a monochrome leather tote bag, with twin loop handles, two outer zipped compartments, a central zip compartment opening to three open pockets, 33 x 22 x 15cm, with an Aspinal of London dust bag and black leather shoulder strap £70-100 332 Gucci, GG Marmont, a beige quilted leather handbag, with a single leather handle, a curb link shoulder chain, GG snap closure, the suede lined interior with a zippered compartment, 25cm x 18cm x 6cm, in an associated Chanel dust bag £300-500 333 Prada, Saffiano, a lilac leather handbag, with twin loop handles, the satin interior with two pockets and two zipped compartments, with a shoulder strap and a key ring, 30 x 20 x 12cm, with a Prada dust bag £80-120 330 331 332 333 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 68
334 Tod’s, a brown soft grain leather handbag, with twin loop leather handles, opening to a brown satin interior with two zipped pockets, 35 x 22 x12cm, with a Tod’s dust bag £100-150 335 Aspinal of London, Candy Case, a brown pebble calf travel case, with gilt metal hardware, twin loop leather handles to the top and one to the side, foldaway telescope handle, front zip pocket and a magnetic fastening compartment to the rear, on two wheels, a double zip opening to a silk mix interior compartment, with a single zip pocket, 32 x 41 x 17cm, with a dust cover and a blue canvas cover £150-250 336 Υ Asprey, four 1930s crocodile handbags, to include: a brown crocodile handbag, with twin loop handles, an applied monogram EMT, a sliding clasp opening to a suede interior, with a zipped pocket, four open pockets and a mirror, 28 x 20 x 8cm; a similar smaller black crocodile example; a black crocodile handbag, with twin loop handles, an applied monogram EMT, a triple gusset interior, the middle gusset secured by a clasp opening to a black leather interior, with a zipped pocket, a button fastening pocket, three open pockets and a mirror, 28 x 20 x 5cm; and another brown crocodile handbag and a crocodile jewellery case, 32 x 23 x 9cm £100-200 337 Ferregamo, Gancino, a plexiglass or perspex handbag, with a cream and a black silk liner, no. 315262, the bag 19cm x 20cm x 10.5cm, 28cm high overall, with a Ferregamo dust bag £80-120 335 336 337 334 69
338 Burberry, Prorsum, a calf and cow leather sling bag, with a leather strap shoulder handle, a leather tubular handle, strap and toggle clasp, zipper closing, black polyamide lining with a zippered compartment, 37cm x 23cm x 4.5cm £80-120 339 Tod’s, 24 Hour, a black soft leather shopping tote, with twin loop handles, magnetic button fastener opening to a black satin interior, with one zipped and two open pockets, 40 x 30 x 14cm, with a Tod’s dust bag £100-150 340 DKNY, a black quilted leather handbag, with twin chain and leather shoulder straps, the magnetic clasp flap opening to a black satin monogrammed interior, with a zip pocket and another, 26 x 20 x 6cm £50-80 341 Lulu Guinness, a limited edition birdcage bag, no.99/500, the hexagonal shaped bag in the form of a bird cage, with two embroidered birds, opening to the black interior, 15.5cm high; a Lulu Guinness purple clutch, 28cm wide; and an Anya Hindmarch glitter clutch, 20cm wide £100-200 338 339 340 341 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 70
342 Mulberry, three clutch bags, comprising: a black soft leather clutch bag, with a single leather loop handle, a zip opening to a tartan canvas interior with a single open pocket, 12 x 24 x 4cm; a brown pebble grain leather clutch bag, with a leather shoulder strap, a zip opening to a purple satin interior with a single zip pocket, 12 x 21 x 8cm; and a red leather clutch bag, a zip opening to a tartan canvas interior, 13 x 22 x 7cm £80-120 343 Dior, New Look handbag, in pierced quilted pattern black leather, with chain and shaped leather strap, locking polished clasp and frilled edge to the flap closing, fitted a leather covered key pocket, with three inner compartments, embossed no.17-BO-0120 to inner label on zipped pocket, 28cm wide, 17cm high, with white cotton dust bag £200-£300 344 Marc Jacobs, a red leather shoulder bag, with a red leather shoulder strap, two outside pockets, an identity tag, a single zip opening to a red monogrammed satin interior with three open pockets, 24 x 18 x 4cm £60-80 345 Smythson, Grosvenor, a red calf leather large jewellery roll, the nubuck interior with four zip pockets, ring and earring holders, 23cm x 12cm, in a Smythson dust bag; and Jimmy Choo, a rose satin clutch bag, with a crystal glass and feather flower embellishment, 21.5cm x 11.5cm, in a Jimmy Choo dust bag £80-120 346 Aspinal of London, a red leather travel document case, the single flap with button clasp, opening to a suede interior, compartments for boarding pass, tickets, passport, documents, other and a zipped compartment for currency, 23 x 15 x 2.5cm; Aspinal of London, a blue leather travel tag, with white metal hardware, 7 x 12cm; and another smaller example £70-100 342 343 344 345 346 71
348 Louis Vuitton, Monogram, Neverfull, a canvas tote bag, cowhide leather trim, the fabric lined interior with one zippered compartment, 40cm x 32.5cm x 20cm £200-300 349 Louis Vuitton, Monogram, Nano Speedy, a cross body small handbag, coated canvas and leather, two handles and a long strap, zip fastening, canvas interior, 16cm x 9cm x 8cm; Christian Dior, a black fabric shoulder strap; and Prada, a brown fabric cross body bag, 16.5cm x 12cm x 3.5cm £120-180 347 Aspinal of London, Reginal Tote, a red faux crocodile tote bag, with twin loop handles and a blue suede interior, a linked pouch with a single zip compartment, 43 x 28 x 15cm, with an Aspinal of London dust bag £70-100 347 348 349 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 72
350 Louis Vuitton, Monogram, Sirius 55, a coated canvas and leather soft suitcase, circa April 2007, with a name tag, 55cm x 42cm x 16cm; and Louis Vuitton, Monogram, a coated canvas and leather garment carrier, circa January 2001, with two hangers, with a name tag, 55.5cm x 43.5cm x 10cm £250-350 351 Louis Vuitton, Monogram, Carryall, a coated canvas and leather soft multi-purpose bag, with two side pockets, a padlock and a name tag, 42cm x 30cm x 22cm £250-350 352 Louis Vuitton, Monogram, Keepall 60, a coated canvas and leather bag, circa May 2003, with a padlock and name tag, 60cm x 31cm x 26cm; and Louis Vuitton, Monogram, Keepall 55 Bandouliere, a coated canvas and leather bag, circa December 1999, with a padlock and a name tag, 55cm x 36cm x 26cm £250-350 350 351 352 73
355 Berluti, a Venezia leather weekend bag, with rolled leather handles, crossover buckle fastening, and shoulder strap, the zipped interior with two compartments and a zip compartment, blind stamped Berluti, 34cm x 20cm £300-500 354 Louis Vuitton, Monogram, a coated canvas and leather double gusset business bag, circa 1999, with twin leather loop handles and front open pocket, the first zip opening to a suede interior with a zip pocket and four open pockets, the second zip opening to a single open pocket, 42 x 33 x 9cm; and a Louis Vuitton, Monogram, a coated canvas and leather business bag, circa February 2000, with twin leather loop handles, the zip opening to a leather interior, with a zip pocket and four open pockets, 42 x 31 x 5cm £150-250 353 Louis Vuitton, Monogram, a coated canvas and leather soft suitcase, with a name tag, 55cm x 42cm x 14cm; and Louis Vuitton, Monogram, a coated canvas and leather garment carrier, with one hanger, 62cm x 60cm x 1cm £250-350 353 354 355 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 74
356 Connolly, a leather briefcase, the leather case opening to a padded interior, with a single handle and fold over flap, with two chrome locks, blind stamped Connolly 1998, 47 x 37cm £150-250 357 Berluti, Scritto, a leather briefcase, with a single handle and flap over front, the interior with a zip compartment, 41.5cm x 29cm; Berluti, Scritto, a leather bag, with two rolled leather handles, and a flap over front, the interior with a zip compartment, 40cm x 24.5cm £150-250 358 Swaine Adeney Brigg, a tan leather sac maillot, with tartan fabric lining, zip fastenings, and double clips to the base compartment, with leather handles and name tag, 35cm high x 47cm x 25cm; Swaine Adeney, a tan leather document holder, the zip with lockable catch, the key in a leather holder, green leather lined, 40.5cm x 28cm x 4cm; and Glaser Design, San Francisco, a tan leather briefcase, zip fastening, with poppered top flaps, with removable document folder and shoulder strap, and leather name tag, 43cm x 30cm x 13cm (3) £80-120 356 357 358 75
359 Berluti, a leather cased shoe cleaning kit, comprising: tins of polish, renovating cream, cloths, wooden handled brushes, and other items, all cased in a leather box, with two buckle clasps, 35.5cm x 22cm £200-300 359 360 361 362 363 360 Mufti, Michael d’Souza, a leather cladded backgammon board, the leather case opening to a leather board, with leather cladded chips and cups, blind stamped mufti, michael d’souza, 56cm x 34cm £150-250 361 Cartier, Must de Cartier, a stainless steel ballpoint pen and propelling pencil, with reeded decoration, each in a Must de Cartier box, with a red leather Cartier pen pouch £150-250 362 Montblanc, Meisterstuck, a black desk stand with pen holder, the rectangular base with a swivel pen holder, 12 x 8cm £50-70 363 Gucci, a black leather address book, the interior with gilt edged lined paper with brown leather tabs and embossed lettering, stamped Gucci, 23 x 17.5cm £60-90 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 76
364 A collection of Montblanc accessories, to include: a pair of stainless steel cufflinks, the ends with an emblem, with a Montblanc box; a black leather wallet, 9 x 12 x 1cm; a black leather passport holder, 10 x 13.5cm; a black pressed leather diary holder, opening to a red leather interior with four card slots, binder and pen holder, 9 x 12.5 x 2cm; a luggage tag; and two pouches £150-250 364 365 Dunhill, a 9 carat gold cased Rollagas lighter by Alfred Dunhill Ltd, London 1964, rectangular and barleycorn turned overall, 6.5cm high, 105.3g gross, in a Dunhill case £300-500 366 Montblanc, ref. 7105, a stainless steel circular desk clock, no. AL3319953, Swiss quartz movement, 1 jewel, silvered dial, Roman numerals, Feuille hands, centre seconds hand, screwed down back with four screws, easel back frame, diameter 75mm £80-120 367 Chanel, Vintage Premiere, ref. F.M. 41174, a lady’s gold plated bracelet wristwatch, circa 1987, quartz movement, 6 jewels, cal. ETA 976.001, black dial, baton hands, snap back, case, dial and movement signed, on a Chanel gold plated and leather bracelet with box snap clasp, width 20mm £250-350 365 366 367 368 368 Hermès, Heure H, ref. HH1.501, a lady’s gold plated wristwatch, no. 1038145, quartz movement, 3 jewels, cal. ETA 901.001, silvered engine turned dial, Arabic numerals, baton hands, screwed down back with six screws, case, dial and movement signed, on a Hermès pink leather strap, width 26mm £300-500 77
369 Two American goldtone and rhinestone powder compacts by Paul Flato, 1950s, one in dogwood flower pattern, in a fabric pouch with the matching lipstick; the other black enamelled and in a scroll foliate design £100-150 370 Chanel, 5352 C714/S5, a pair of lady’s sunglasses, in dark Havana/brown gradient, in a Chanel case with dust bag; and three other pairs of sunglasses by Diane von Furstenberg, Tom Ford and Chloe £70-100 371 Lalique, Flacon Collection, Sillage, 2012, a clear and frosted glass scent bottle, limited edition no. A072, 30ml (1 fl. oz) perfume, unopened bottle, 14.5cm high, in its box, outer box and with certificate card £150-250 369 370 371 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 78
372 A lady’s pastel mink bolero jacket, with 3/4 length sleeves, invisible closer and brown lining, no labels, back length 50cm £70-100 373 Joseph, a black shearling jacket, with a hook over front, size 38; L.K Bennett, a cherry shearling jacket, size M £100-150 374 Gucci, a pastel-pink neoprene-bonded wool jacket and skirt, the double breasted jacket with button fastening, size 40, the skirt size 42 £150-250 372 373 374 79
375 Gucci, a red viscose jersey dress, with a detachable web neck bow and ruffle detail, front zip closure, 38cm across the shoulders £300-500 376 Adrenne Landau, a leopard print dyed fox fur collar vest, with a polyester lining, size L, 63cm long £80-120 375 376 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 80
377 Fendi, a leopard print calfskin and black leather double belt, 94cm long; and Fendi, a tan leather belt, with a lacquered silver coloured openwork motif and five fixing studs, square punched decoration, post 1968 .925 standard, 107cm long (2) £60-80 377 378 379 380 381 382 378 Valentino Garavani, a brown leather belt, with a faux tortoiseshell and paste buckle, 106cm long; and a Valentino Garavani tan leather belt, with a gilt metal and paste buckle, stamped XAT 667 85/34, 81cm long £80-120 379 Kenneth Jay Lane, a 1960s paste set belt, set with cabochon orange paste and colourless paste, with a ropetwist border, stamped K.J.L, 80cm long £60-100 380 Four Fendi belts, to include: a red elasticated belt, with a white metal and black lacquered sliding lock clasp, 84cm long; a similar beige example with a white metal and leather clasp, 84cm long; a black suede belt, with a black plastic buckle, 103cm long; and leather backed black suede belt, 86cm long £150-250 381 Fendi, a patent black leather oversized B belt, the belt with an oversized buckle to a pierced tarnished metal wear tongue, the belt stamped Fendi Genuine leather, numbered 85/34 8C030S UNU-068, 97cm long, 5.8cm wide; and Fendi, a patent white leather oversized B belt, the belt to an oversized buckle to a pierced tarnished metal wear tongue, stamped Fendi Genuine Leather, numbered 90/36 8C0306-118 2536UNU, 102cm long £80-120 382 Fendi, a brown leather oversized belt, the belt with an oversized buckle to a pierced tarnish metal wear tongue, the belt stamped Fendi Genuine leather, numbered 95/38 8C0306 UC3-068, 107cm long, 5.6cm wide; and Fendi, a gold patent leather oversized belt, the belt with an oversized buckle to a pierced tarnish metal wear tongue, the belt stamped Fendi Genuine leather, numbered 90/36 8C0306 VTH-079, 113cm long, 5.8cm wide £100-200 81
383 A collection of belts and buckles, to include a belt by Oipan, the brown belt with beaded and metal work decoration, signed Oipan, made in Italy; together with a cabochon oval black glass set double leaf buckle; together with further buckles £50-80 383 384 384 Hermès, La Poursuite, a silk scarf, designed by Jean-Louis Clerc, red colourway with a green border, 88cm x 88cm £100-150 385 Hermès, On a Flying Carpet, a silk scarf, designed by Annie Faivre, 88cm x 88cm; and Hermès, Qu’Import le Flacon, a mall silk scarf, designed by Catherine Baschet, 43cm x 42cm £150-200 386 Asprey, a silk scarf, decorated with strawberries, grapes, morning glory, watermelon, passion fruit flowers and other foliage and fruit, 88cm wide, in an Asprey card pouch £70-100 387 Hermès, Casque et Plumets, a silk scarf, designed by Julia Abadie, in pink, green and gold, with a green border, 88cm wide, in an Hermès box £70-100 388 Zandra Rhodes, a purple, pink and orange silk scarf, of abstract design, 106cm wide £70-100 385 386 387 388 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 82
389 Chanel, a silk and wool grey shawl, with the Chanel motif throughout, on a grey ground, to a black and grey fringed border, with Chanel label, approximately 123cm wide £100-200 390 Versace, Barocco, a silk foulard, in the Barocco print, with capped corners, 135cm wide; Les Must de Cartier, a blue and cream silk scarf, with Cartier motif and chain link detail, 83cm wide; and Loewe, Tauromaquia, a brown, ochre and cream silk scarf, 83cm wide £120-160 391 Hermès, Courbettes et Cabrioles, a yellow silk scarf, designed by Francoise Faconnet, with horses on a cream ground with scrolled detail, 81cm across £70-100 392 Hermès, Grande Tenue, a silk scarf, designed by Henri d’Origny, in green, brown and red tones, with a rolled edge, 132cm £80-120 393 Hermès, Ferronnerie, a blue and cream silk scarf, designed by Cathy Latham, in blue and cream, 88cm wide £80-120 389 390 391 392 393 83
394 Hermès, Grande Livree, a multi coloured silk scarf, designed by Francoise Heron, circa 1970, the cream panels with liveried men, with a blue border, 81cm across £100-150 395 Hermès, Carrousel, a silk scarf, in deep blue colourway, 88cm x 88cm £100-150 396 Hermès, Etriers, a silk scarf, designed by Francoise de la Perriere, in cream, red, black and gold, 88cm wide, in an Hermès box £100-150 397 Hermès, Daimyo - Princes du Soleil Levant, a silk scarf, designed by Francoise Faconnet, in black and gold, 88cm wide, in an Hermès box; and a cream and yellow silk scarf, 80cm wide £120-160 394 395 396 397 www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 84
398 A collection of scarves, including varying makes and in varying colours £80-120 399 Hermès, Arcs en Ciel, a silk scarf, designed by Julia Abadie, in blue, red and white, 88cm wide, in an Hermès box; and three further scarves £80-120 400 Five vintage silk ties, to include: Gucci, a blue tie with tiger design; Lanvin, a red herringbone tie with stripes; Budd, a paisley pattern tie; Yves Saint Laurent, a blue tie with stripe and chequered decoration; and a Valentino tie £70-100 401 Six vintage ties, to include: Christian Dior, a blue silk tie with floral and paisley design; Fiorio Milano. a brown silk tie with horse shoe pattern; John Cavanagh, a brown tie; Harrods, a tartan pattern tie; Fortnum & Mason, a green tie with brown streaks; and another tie by Fortnum & Mason £70-100 402 Four vintage silk ties, to include: Givenchy, a blue tie with flower motif; Harrods, a brown tie with birds; Lanvin, a blue tie with oval pattern print; and Budd, an arabesque pattern tie £70-100 398 399 400 401 402 85
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Parking is available at Donnington Priory in two car parks on either side of the saleroom. Information for Buyers at Public Auctions 1. INTRODUCTION. The following notes are intended to assist Bidders and Buyers, particularly those inexperienced or new to oursalerooms.Allofourauctionsandsalesareconductedonour printedAuctionTermsandConditions,includingtheseConditions of Sale and Business, which are readily available for inspection and normally accompany catalogues. Our staff will be happy to help you if there is anything you do not fully understand. Any particular auction and/or any particular lot in an auction may be subject to different or additional terms which will be published in our auction catalogue. All auctions and sales of wines and spirits, jewellery, watches and clocks are subject to the special terms set out in the relevant Notices in relation to those items published in our auction catalogue and, in the event of any conflict or inconsistency, those special terms prevail over any other terms in our Auction Terms and Conditions. By bidding at the auction, you agree to be bound by these terms. 2. AGENCY. As auctioneers we usually act as agents for the seller whose identity, for reasons of confidentiality, is not normally disclosed. Accordingly if you buy at auction your contract for the item or items purchased is with the seller and not with us as the auctioneer.
3. ESTIMATES. Estimates are designed to help buyers gauge what sort of sum might be involved for the purchase of a particular lot. Estimates may change and should not be thought of as the sale price. The lower estimate may represent the reserve price and certainly will not be below it. Estimates do not include the Buyer’s Premium or VAT (where chargeable). Estimates are prepared some time before the sale and may be altered by announcement before the sale. They are in no sense definitive. 4. BUYER’S PREMIUM. The Conditions of Sale forming part of our Auction Terms and Conditions require the buyer to pay a buyer’s premium on the hammer price of each lot purchased. The buyer’s premium is 24% of the hammer price up to and including £500,000, 20% of the hammer price from £500,001 up to and including £1,000,000, and 12% of the hammer price in excess of £1,000,000. VAT at the prevailing rate of 20% is added to buyer’s premium and additional charges as defined below. 5. VAT. A dagger symbol (†) indicates that VAT is payable by the purchaser at the standard rate (presently 20%) on the hammer price as well as being and element in the buyers’ premium. This imposition of VAT is likely to be because the seller is registered for VAT within the European Union and is not operating the DealersMarginSchemeorbecauseVATisdueat20%onimport into the UK. A double dagger (‡) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and the present position is that these lots are liable to a reduced rate of Import VAT currently 5% on the hammer price. (Ω) indicates that the lot has been imported from outside the European Union and these lots are liable to the standard rate of Import VAT currently 20%onthehammerprice.Lotswhichappearwithouttheabove symbols indicate that no VAT is payable on the hammer price; this is because such lots are sold using the Auctioneers Margin Scheme and it should be noted that the VAT included within the buyers’ premium is not recoverable as input tax. 6. DESCRIPTION AND CONDITION. CCondition reports are provided on our website or upon request. The absence of a report does not imply that a lot is without imperfections. The detail in a report will reflect the estimated value of the lot. Large numbers of such requests received shortly before the sale may mean that reports cannot be provided for all lots. Members of staff are not trained restorers or conservators and, particularly for higher value lots, you should obtain an opinion from such a professional. Dreweatts is not liable for damage to gilded picture frames, plaster picture frames or picture frame glass; if a Lot is or becomesdangerous,wemaydisposeofitwithoutnoticetobidders in advance in any manner we see fit and will be under no liability fordoingso. Werecommendthatyoualwaysviewalotinperson. We are dependent on information provided by the seller about a lot and whilst we may inspect lots and act reasonably in taking a general view about them we are normally unable to carry out a detailed examination and frequently no examination of lots in order to ascertain their condition in the way in which it would be wise for a buyer to do. Intending buyers have ample opportunity for inspection of goods and, therefore, accept responsibility for inspecting and investigating lots in which they may be interested and the corresponding risk should they not do so. Please note carefully the exclusion of liability for the condition of lots contained in the Conditions of Sale. Neither the seller nor we, as the auctioneers, accept any responsibility for their condition. In particular, mechanical objects of any age are not guaranteed to be in working order. However, in so far as we have examined the goods and make a representation about their condition in the auction catalogue, we shall be liable for any defect which is not reflectedinthatrepresentationandwhichthatexaminationought to have revealed to the auctioneer but which would not have been revealed to the buyer had the buyer examined the goods. Additionally,inspecifiedcircumstanceslotsmisdescribedbecause they are ‘deliberate forgeries’ may be returned and repayment made. There is a 3 week time limit. (The expression ‘deliberate forgery’ is defined in our Conditions of Sale). 7. ELECTRICAL GOODS. These are sold as ‘antiques’ only and if bought for use must be checked over for compliance with safety regulations by a qualified electrician before use. www.dreweatts.com | + 44 (0) 1635 553 553 Buyer’s Premium: 24% + VAT 86
8. EXPORT OF GOODS. Buyers intending to export goods should ascertain (a) whether an export licence is required and (b) whether there is any specific prohibition on importing goods of that character because, e.g. they may contain prohibited materials such as ivory. Ask us if you need help. 9. BIDDING. Bidders will be required to register before the sale commences and lots will be invoiced to the name and address on the sale registration form. Some form of identification may be required if you are unknown to us. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for telephone bidding. 10. COMMISSION BIDDING. Commission bids may be left with the auctioneers indicating the maximum amount to be bid excluding buyers’ premium. Dreweatts will add these bids to the auctioneers’ sale book and they will be executed as cheaply as possible having regard to the reserve (if any) and competing bids. If two buyers submit identical commission bids the auctioneers may prefer the first bid received. Please enquire in advance about our arrangements for the leaving of commission bids by telephone or fax. Dreweatts does not accept liability for failing to execute commission bids, or for any errors or omissions. 11. METHODS OF PAYMENT. The following methods of payment are acceptable: Debit Card drawn on a UK bank and registered to a UK billing address. All major UK issued credit cards registered to a UK billing address with the exception of American Express and Diners Club. There is no additional charge for purchases made with these cards. Bank transfer direct into our bank account, all transfers must state the relevant sale number, lot number and your bid / paddle number. If transferring from a foreign currency, the amount we receive must be the total due in pounds sterling (after currency conversion and the deduction of any bank charges). Our bank details can be found on the front of your invoice or in the sale catalogue under ‘Important Notices’. Sterling cash payments of up to £8,000 (subject to money laundering regulations). Sterling personal cheques drawn on a UK bank account and made payable to ‘Dreweatts 1759 Ltd’. It will be necessary to allow at least six working days for the cheque to clear before collecting your purchases.
12. COLLECTION AND STORAGE. PPlease note what the Conditions of Sale state about collection and storage. It is important that goods are paid for and collected promptly. Any delay may involve the buyer in paying storage charges. 13. λ DROIT DE SUITE ROYALTY CHARGES. FFrom 1st January 2012 all UK art market professionals (which includes but is not limited to; auctioneers, dealers, galleries, agents and other intermediaries) are required to collect a royalty payment for all works of art that have been produced by qualifying artists each time a work is re-sold during the artist’s lifetime and for a period up to 70 years following the artists death. This payment is only calculated on qualifying works of art which are sold for a hammer price more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000 – the UK sterling equivalent will fluctuate in line with prevailing exchange rates. It is entirely the responsibility of the buyer to acquaint himself with the precise EURO to UK Sterling exchange rate on the day of the sale in this regard, and the auctioneer accepts no responsibility whatsoever if the qualifying rate is different to the rate indicated. All items in this catalogue that are marked with λ are potentially qualifying items, and the royalty charge will be applied if the hammer price achieved is more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000. The royalty charge will be added to all relevant buyers’ invoices, and must be paid before items can be cleared. All royalty charges are passed on to the Design and Artists Copyright Society (‘DACS’), no handling costs or additional fees with respect to these charges will be retained by the auctioneers. The royalty charge that will be applied to qualifying items which achieve a hammer price of more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 1,000, but less than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 is 4%. For qualifying items that sell for more than the UK sterling equivalent of EURO 50,000 a sliding scale of royalty charges will apply – for a complete list of the royalty charges and threshold levels, please see www.dacs.org.uk. There is no VAT payable on this royalty charge.
The sale of goods at our public auctions and a seller’s relationship with us are governed by our Auction Terms and Conditions including these Terms of Consignment for Sellers in Public Auctions and our Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions. Any particular auction and/or any particular lot in an auction may be subject to different or additional terms which will be published in our auction catalogue or separately announced prior to the auction. All auctions and sales of wines and spirits, jewellery, watches and clocks are subject to the special terms set out in the relevant Notices in relation to those items published in our auction catalogue and, in the event of any conflict or inconsistency,thosespecialtermsprevailoveranyothertermsin our Auction Terms and Conditions. Please note that our Auction Terms and Conditions including these Terms of Consignment for Sellers in Public Auctions and our Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions relate to auctions held in our salerooms and we have separate terms and conditions for our online auctions. If you, or another person acting on your behalf, provide goods to us to sell on your behalf at one of our auctions this signifies that you agree to and will comply with our Auction Terms and Conditions including these Terms of Consignment for Sellers in Public Auctions and our Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions. 1. INTERPRETATION. In these Terms the words ‘you’, ‘yours’, etc. refer to the Seller and if the consignment of goods to us is made by an agent or otherwise on the Seller’s behalf we assume that the Seller has authorised the consignment and that the consignor has the Seller’s authority to contract. All obligations that apply to the Seller under these Terms of Consignment for Sellers in Public Auctions shall apply to the owner of the goods and their agent jointly and separately. Similarly the words ‘we’, ‘us’, etc. refer to the Auctioneers. 2. WARRANTY. The Seller warrants that possession in the lots can be transferred to the Buyer with good and marketable title, free from any third party right and encumbrances, claims or potential claims. The Seller has provided all information concerning the item’s ownership, condition and provenance, attribution, authenticity, import or export history and of any concerns expressed by third parties concerning the same. 3. ALL COMMISSIONS and fees are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate.
4. COMMISSION is charged to sellers and all selling terms are available from our salerooms. 5. REMOVAL COSTS. Items for sale must be consigned to the saleroom by any stated deadline and at your expense. We may be able to assist you with this process but any liability incurred to a carrier for haulage charges is solely your responsibility. 6. LOSS AND DAMAGE OF GOODS. (a) Loss and Damage Warranty - Dreweatts is not authorised by the FCA to provide insurance to its clients, and does not do so. However Dreweatts for its own protection assumes liability for property consigned to it at the lower pre-sale estimate until the hammer falls. To justify accepting liability, Dreweatts makes a charge of 1.5% of the hammer price plus VAT, subject to a minimum charge of £1.50, or if unsold 1.5% of our lower estimate. The liability assumed by Dreweatts shall be limited to the lower pre-sale estimate or the hammer price if the lot is sold. Dreweatts is not liable for damage to gilded picture frames, plaster picture frames or picture frame glass; if the Lot is or becomes dangerous, we may dispose of it without notice to you in advance in any Terms of Consignment for Sellers in Public Auctions manner we see fit and will be under no liability for doing so. (b) If the owner of the goods consigned instructs us in writing not to take such action, the goods then remain entirely at the owner’s risk unless and until the property in them passes to the Buyer or they are collected by or on behalf of the owner, and clause 6 (a) is inapplicable.
7. ILLUSTRATIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHS. The cost of any illustrations or photographs is borne by you. If we consider that the Lot should be illustrated your permission will be asked first. If we consider that the Lot should be photographed we may do so unless you specifically request us not to. The copyright in respect of such illustrations and photographs shall be the property of us, the auctioneers, as is the text of the catalogue. 8. MINIMUM BIDS AND OUR DISCRETION. Goods will normally be offered subject to a reserve agreed between us before the sale in accordance with clause 9. We may sell Lots below the reserve provided we account to you for the same sale proceeds as you would have received had the reserve been the hammer price. If you specifically give us a “discretion” we may accept a bid of up to 10% below the formal reserve. 9. RESERVES.
(a) You are entitled to place prior to the auction a reserve on any lot consigned, being the minimum hammer price at which that lot may be sold. Reserves must be reasonable and we may decline to offer goods which in our opinion would be subject to an unreasonably high reserve (in which case goods carry the storage and loss and damage warranty charges stipulated in these Terms of Consignment). (b)Areserveoncesetcannotbechangedexceptwithourconsent. (c) Where a reserve has been placed only we may bid on your behalf and only up to the reserve (if any) and you may in no circumstances bid personally.
(d) Reserves are not usually accepted for lots expected to realise below £100 10. ELECTRICAL ITEMS. These are subject to detailed statutory safety controls. Where such items are accepted for sale you accept responsibility for the cost of testing by external contractors. Goods not certified as safe by an electrician (unless antiques) will not be accepted for sale. They must be removed at your expense on your being notified. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. 11. SOFT FURNISHINGS. The sale of soft furnishings is strictly regulated by statute law in the interests of fire safety. Goods found to infringe safety regulations will not be offered and must be removed at your expense. We reserve the right to dispose of unsafe goods as refuse, at your expense. The rights of disposal referred to in clause 10 and 11 are subject to the provisions of The Torts (Interference with Goods) Act 1977. 12. DESCRIPTIONS. Please assist us with accurate information as to the provenance, lawful import etc. of goods where this is relevant. There is strict liability for the accuracy of descriptions under modern consumer legislation and in some circumstances responsibility lies with sellers if inaccuracies occur. We will assume that you have approved the catalogue description of your lots and that your lots match those descriptions unless informed to the contrary. Where we are obliged to return the price to the buyer when the lot is a deliberate forgery under Condition 15 of the Conditions of Sale and we have accounted to you for the proceeds of sale you agree to reimburse us the sale proceeds and in any event within 7 days of our written notice to do so. 13. UNSOLD. If an item is unsold it may at our discretion be re-offered at a future sale. Where in our opinion an item is unsaleable you must collect such items from the saleroom promptly on being so informed. Otherwise, storage charges may be incurred. We reserve the right to charge for storage in these circumstances at a reasonable daily rate. 14. WITHDRAWN AND BOUGHT IN ITEMS. These are liable to incur a charge of 15% commission, 1.5 % Loss and Damage Warrantyandanyothercostsincurredincludingbutnotlimitedto illustration and restoration fees all of these charges being subject to VAT on being bought in or withdrawn after being catalogued. 15. CONDITIONS OF SALE. You agree that all goods will be sold on our Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions. In particular you undertake that you have the right to sell the goods either as owner or agent for the owner with good and marketable title and free and clear of any third party rights or claims. You undertake to compensate us and any buyer or third party for all losses liabilities, costs and expenses suffered or incurred arising out of or in connection with any breach of this undertaking. We will also, at our discretion, and as far as practicable, confirm that an item consigned for sale does not appear on the Art Loss register, which is administered by an independent third party. 16. AUTHORITY TO DEDUCT COMMISSION AND EXPENSES AND RETAIN PREMIUM AND INTEREST. (a) You authorise us to deduct commission at the stated rate and all expenses incurred for your account from the hammer price and consent to our right to retain beneficially the premium paid by the buyer in accordance with our Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions and any interest earned on the sale proceeds until the date of settlement. (b) You authorise us in our discretion to negotiate a sale by private treaty not later than the close of business 48 hours after the day of sale in the case of lots unsold at auction, in which case the same charges will be payable as if such lots had been sold at auction and so far as appropriate these Terms apply. 17. WAREHOUSING. We disclaim all liability for goods delivered to our saleroom without sufficient sale instructions and reserve the right to make minimum warehousing charge of £10 per lot per day. Unsold lots are subject to the same charges if you do not remove them within a reasonable time of notification. If not removed within three weeks we reserve the right to sell them and defray charges from any net proceeds of sale or at your expense to consign them to the local authority for disposal. 18. SETTLEMENT. After sale settlement of the net sum due to you normally takes place within 28 days of the sale (by crossed cheque to the seller) unless the buyer has not paid for the goods. In this case no settlement will then be made but we will take your instructions in the light of our Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions. You authorise any sums owed by you to us on other transactions to be deducted from the sale proceeds. You must note the liability to reimburse the proceeds of sale to us as under the circumstances provided for in Condition 12 above. You should therefore bear this potential liability in mind before parting with the proceeds of sale until the expiry of 28 days from the date of sale.
Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions Dreweatts carries on business with bidders, buyers and all those present in the auction room prior to or in connection with a sale by auction at our salerooms on our Auction Terms and Conditions or Public Auctions including these Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions and all bidders, buyers and others participating in a public auction accept that these terms apply to the exclusion of any terms and conditions contained in any of those person’s own documents even if the same purport to provide that that person’s own or some other terms prevail. Any particular public auction and/or any particular lot in an auction may be subject to different or additional terms which will be published in our online auction catalogue. Please note that our Auction Terms and Conditions including these Conditions of Sale for Public Auctions relate to auctions held in one of our salerooms and we have separate terms and conditions for our online auctions.
1. DEFINITIONS In these Conditions: (a) “auctioneer” means the firm of Dreweatts or its authorised auctioneer, as appropriate; (b) “deliberate forgery” means an imitation made with the intention of deceiving as to authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source but which is unequivocally described in the catalogue as being the work of a particular creator and which at the date of the sale had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description; (c)“hammerprice”meansthelevelofbiddingreached(atorabove any reserve) when the auctioneer brings down the hammer; (d) “terms of consignment”means the stipulated terms and rates of commission on which Dreweatts accepts instructions from sellers or their agents; (e) “total amount due” means the hammer price in respect of the lot sold together with any premium, Value Added Tax chargeable and any additional charges payable by a defaulting buyer under these Conditions; (f) “sale proceeds” means the net amount due to the seller, being the hammer price of the lot sold less commission at the stated rate, Value Added Tax chargeable and any other amounts due to us by the seller in whatever capacity and however arising; (g)“You”,“Your”,etc.refertothebuyerasidentifiedinCondition2. (h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a)Biddersarerequiredtoregistertheirparticularsbeforebidding by completing a sale registration form and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (d) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved.
3. INCREMENTS. Bidding increments shall be at the auctioneer’s sole discretion. 4. THE PURCHASE PRICE. The buyer shall pay the purchase price together with a premium thereon of 28.8% which shall include VAT on the premium at the rate imposed by law. The buyer will also be liable for any royalties payable under Droit de Suite as set out under Information for Buyers. 5.VALUEADDEDTAX. Value Added Taxonthehammerpriceis imposed by law on all items affixed with a dagger (†) or double dagger . Value Added Tax is charged at the appropriate rate prevailing by law at the date of sale and is payable by buyers of relevant Lots. (Please refer to “Information for Buyers” for a brief explanation of the VAT position).
6. PAYMENT. (a) Immediately a Lot is sold you will: (i) give to us, if requested, proof of identity, and (ii) pay to us the total amount due or in such other way as is agreed by us. (b) Any payments by you to us may be applied by us towards any sums owing from you to us on any account whatever without regard to any directions of you or your agent, whether expressed or implied. 7. TITLE AND COLLECTION OF PURCHASES. (a) The ownership of any Lots purchased shall not pass to you untilyouhavemadepaymentinfulltousofthetotalamountdue. (b) You shall at your own risk and expense take away any lots that you have purchased and paid for not later than 3 working days following the day of the auction or upon the clearance of any cheque used for payment after which you shall be responsible for any removal, storage and insurance charges.
(c)Nopurchasecanbeclaimedorremoveduntilithasbeenpaidfor 8. REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT OR FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES. (a) If any Lot is not paid for in full and taken away in accordance with these Conditions or if there is any other breach of these Conditions, we, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf, shall at our absolute discretion and without prejudice to any other rights we may have, be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights and remedies: (i) to proceed against you for damages for breach of contract; (ii) to rescind the sale of that Lot and/or any other Lots sold by us to you; (iii) to resell the Lot (by auction or private treaty) in which case you shall be responsible for any resulting deficiency in the total amount due (after crediting any part payment and adding any resale costs). Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (iv) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (v) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (vi) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (vii)torejectorignorebidsfromyouoryouragentatfutureauctions ortoimposeconditionsbeforeanysuchbidsshallbeaccepted; (viii) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (b)Weshall,asagentforthesellerandonourownbehalfpursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY. All bidders, buyers and other members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury or for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale (except in each case as may be required by law by reason of our negligence) 10. COMMISSION BIDS. Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition, we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so.
Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY. TThe seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. Save as expressly set out above, all other warranties, conditions or other terms which might have effect between the Seller and you, or us and you, or be implied or incorporated by statute, common laworotherwiseareexcludedtothefullestextentpermittedbylaw 12. AGENCY. The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers 13. TERMS OF SALE. The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment for Public Auctions as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot. 14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION.
(a) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestlyandreasonablyheldandacceptliabilityforopinionsgiven negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liabilityforthecorrectnessofsuchopinionsandallconditionsand warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. Dreweatts is not liable for damage to gilded picture frames, plaster picture frames or picture frame glass; if the Lot is or becomes dangerous, we may dispose of it without notice to you in advance in any manner we see fit and will be under no liability for doing so. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”.
21. Any indulgence extended to bidders, buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect.. 22. These Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law and the parties irrevocably submit to theexclusivejurisdictionoftheEnglishcourts.
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Group Departments NEWBURY Dreweatts Donnington Priory Newbury Berkshire RG14 2JE Auctions, exhibitions and valuations LONDON Dreweatts / Bloomsbury Auctions 16-17 Pall Mall St James’s London SW1Y 5LU Valuations by appointment and highlights exhibitions +44 (0) 1635 553 553 firstname.lastname@example.org dreweatts.com ASIAN CERAMICS AND WORKS OF ART Mark Newstead BLOOMSBURY AUCTIONS MANUSCRIPTS Dr Timothy Bolton Camilla Previté Roxana Kashani CLOCKS AND SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Leighton Gillibrand COUNTRY SPORTING Geoffrey Stafford Charles DECORATIVE ARTS David Rees BRITISH AND EUROPEAN CERAMICS AND GLASS Mark Newstead Geoffrey Stafford Charles EUROPEAN SCULPTURE AND WORKS OF ART Cristian Beadman FURNITURE AND CARPETS Ben Brown Cristian Beadman Emma Terry Ashley Matthews JEWELLERY, SILVER, WATCHES AND OBJECTS OF VERTU James Nicholson David Rees Terry Taylor Ian Pickford Nick Mann Alexandra Francis Tessa Parry PICTURES Jennie Fisher Lucy Gregory James Harvey Francesca Whitham LIVE STEAM AND MODEL ENGINEERING WORKS OF ART Michael Matthews WINE Mark Robertson Dianne Wall