• A signed Meiji period shibayama and ivory model of an elephant. £10,000-£15,000.

  • A good, large collection of Lalique glass vases. Estimates between £200 and £10,000.

  • Max Lowenson collection. Warring States bronze feline. Est. £30,000 - £50,000.

  • Max Lowenson collection. A pair of cloisonné mirrors. Est. £10,000 - £15,000.

  • A good, large collection of Lalique glass vases. Estimates between £200 and £10,000.

  • Superb cast silver stirrup cup. Stamped .835 and weighs 32oz. Est. £4,000-£5,000.

  • John Everett Millais. Architectural Design for Window 1853. Fetched £10,000.

  • Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell. At the North End. Fetched £4,000.

  • Nicholas Pocock. A View of the Great Geyser and companion piece. Fetched £4,200.

  • Dame Lucie Rie, a footed circular bowl with volcanic glaze. Fetched £3,900.

  • Quentin Bell Pottery, Fulham (1910-1996) A Circular Pottery Bowl. Fetched - £1,200.

  • Max Lowenson collection - 18th Century white jade group of 3 Rams. £20,000 - £30,000.

  • Two Taxidermy Rudd By Cooper and Sons, London. Fetched - £1,700.

  • A good collection of Georgian and later glassware. Estimates from £20 - £1,200.

  • A pair of late Victorian ruby glass trumpet-shaped vases. Fetched - £800

  • Mary Fedden (1915-2012) British. Fetched £3,400.

  • A good Fabergé silver and blue enamel circular box and cover. Fetched £1,700.

  • Rare Hudson Bay trade Celtic cross by Robert Cruikshank. Fetched £2,400.

  • Laura Knight, 'Cornish Harbour'. Est £200-£300. Fetched £700.

  • An Imperial Chinese Government Hukuang railways sinking fund gold loan bond, 1911

  • Three helmets. Various estimates between £500 and £2,000.

  • A fine quality 19th century Chinese embroidered silk picture. Fetched £4,500.

  • 19th century Black Forest carved oak casket. Fetched. £1,000.

  • 20th Century European School. A Harbour Wall. Fetched £2,800.

  • Attributed to Samuel Dixon. Two Birds in a Tree. A set of 3. Fetched £1,600.

  • Donald Hamilton Fraser (1929-2009). “Seascape Composition 2. Fetched £2,800.

  • John Frederick Herring (1815-1907). “The Meet". Est. £8,000-£12,000.

  • John Emms. Provenance; Burlington Paintings, August 1998. Fetched £7,600.

  • 19th c. Anglo-Indian ivory and ebony chess board and set. Fetched £2,700 combined.

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