LOT 101 £40/60 (12:10PM)

A silver-gilt and blue enamel coin case with compartments for two coins, of differing sizes, stamped London import mark 1911 and with maker's mark G.V & Co. and date letter q, with pendant ring, the case 5.5 cm

LOT 102 £30/40 (12:10PM)

An English navette-shaped ivory tooth pick case, c.1800, with bright-cut gold hinge and pique decoration to the border of the lid and inset with a gold cartouche with bright-cut decoration around a central monogram CG, the interior of the lid fitted with a mirror, length 8 cm

LOT 104 £30/50 (12:10PM)

Six pairs of opera glasses, all probably late 19th century, including in gilt metal, ivory (?), mother-of-pearl (stamped 'Iris/Paris'), faux tortoiseshell(?) (stamped 'Flammarion'), and another in gilt metal moulded with flower heads on a pink ground (6)

LOT 105 £30/50 (12:12PM)

A George III Bilston enamel patch box with gilt metal mounts, 'A Trifle from Malmesbury', the interior of the hinged lid fitted with a mirror; together with a circular gilt metal compact, the case in pale blue enamel on a guilloche ground, the interior of the case stamped 925 and with maker's mark GS and date letter; and an oval gilt metal snuff box, probably Italian, the lid enamelled with a basket of roses and blue ribbons on a green ground and a border of rosebuds within white enamel banding, the interior of the lid scratched with inscription 'Napoli 1929/ maggio', the base also with inscription (3)

LOT 106 £40/70 (12:12PM)

A silver-gilt baby's rattle, with coral teether and whistle aperture, decorated with tiny bells, the shaped bulbous body decorated with flower heads; another rattle with mother-of-pearl(?) teether, the silver mount hung with bells and marked 'Baby', stamped 826; and 4 loose bells (6)

LOT 107 £30/50 (12:12PM)

Three old ivory card cases, comprising a miniature weekly diary with six ivory leaves between the silver-mounted covers, silver closure and with pencil-holder, a larger ivory notebook, with four leaves between silver-mounted covers with silver closure, and a card-holder, one cover applied with vacant shield, between the covers a gilt-edged blue paper concertina card-holder (3)

LOT 108 £70/100 (12:12PM)

A 19th century circular tortoiseshell-lined ivory box, the lid inset with a decorative gold-mounted portrait miniature of a lady in a white dress after Cosway, 6.5 cm diameter; together with an ivory card case with inset geometric decoration, perhaps Indian (2)

LOT 110 £70/100 (12:14PM)

A pair of Continental lady's gilt metal opera glasses, the sights mounted in mother-of-pearl, the barrels painted with swags of flowers on a milky enamelled ground; and two small pairs of gilt metal and pale blue enamel lady's opera glasses marked 'G.E. Pryor/Opticien/1bis rue Auber/Paris'

LOT 112 £80/120 (12:14PM)

A pair of late 19th-century gilt metal and enamel lady's opera glasses, French, the sights with mother-of-pearl mounts, the barrels enamelled with gilt cartouches of flowers on a starry pale blue ground; and a similar pair, smaller, the ivory-mounted sights each inscribed 'A. Mendes/Bordeaux', the brass frame inscribed 'Verres Superieurs', in worn velvet pouch with gilt metal clasp (2)

LOT 113 £80/120 (12:17PM)

A pair of late 19th-century gilt metal and enamel lady's opera glasses, French, the sights mounted in mother-of-pearl, the barrels enamelled with floral cartouches within beaded gilt borders on a starry dark blue flower-strewn ground, above and below a border of floral swags on a white ground contained within beaded gilt swags, toothed ivory wheel

LOT 114 £40/70 (12:17PM)

A silver and royal blue enamelled cigarette case, the cover applied with a Naval crown, engine-turned decoration to the back cover, the interior gilt and with maker's mark EB & SIP, Birmingham 1939, and a silver match-box cover en suite (2)

LOT 115 £30/50 (12:17PM)

An enamel and white metal lady's cocktail cigarette case, probably early 20th century, the front cover enamelled in blue over a guilloche ground within a seed pearl border, the reverse similarly enamelled within a silver and white enamel border, blue cabochon gemstone opener

LOT 116 £20/30 (12:17PM)

A late Victorian small blue glass flask with faceted shoulders and base, the hinged silver lid chased with flowers and foliage; together with an enamel box, the body decorated with cartouches of figures in a parkland setting and the lid similarly with a maiden and her gallant beside a river, all on a dark blue ground scattered with formalised flower heads (2)

LOT 117 £80/150 (12:19PM)

A silver-mounted Georgian shagreen etui, of tapering oval form, fitted with a knife with detachable agate handle and steel blade and ivory leaves, 9.5 cm

LOT 118 £60/80 (12:19PM)

A silver etui of tapering oval form, the body and lid chased overall with rural landscapes inhabited by Mercury, maids and their gallants as fishermen, and putti, the body with bands of scrolling foliage above and beneath, sprung lid, import marks for London 1887, maker B.H.J, 9.3 cm, and a silver vesta, of similar form, the body and lid chased overall with scrolling foliage, and with a vacant cartouche, London (2)

LOT 119 £50/90 (12:19PM)

An oval silver and blue enamel box, the hinged lid pierced with doves in a blossoming tree within bands of silver and blue enamel, the silver-gilt interior with import mark and with maker’s mark S.G. & Co.; and a small French enamel box with gilt metal mounts, the hinged lid painted with a traveller and his donkey on a country path, the sides with cartouches of flowers on a blue ground (2)

LOT 120 £80/120 (12:19PM)

A Georgian ivory etui of tapering canted form, probably silver mounts, fitted with scissors, ivory leaves, a pencil, and a pair of mother-of-pearl and hallmarked silver blade and fork, the lid applied with a silver shield engraved with the initial E; and a small Georgian shagreen etui, of tapering oval form, fitted with a silver lidded glass flask, the mounts with bright-cut decoration (2)

LOT 121 £100/150 (12:22PM)

Two small silver vinaigrettes, the larger as a box, the hinged lid and with maker’s mark ML, Birmingham 1815, the interior cover pierced with a vase of scrolling flowers, the outer covers hatched with diamonds, 3 cm, the smaller, Victorian, as a pendant, chased overall with scrolling foliage and with vacant cartouche, Birmingham 1844, maker FC (2)

LOT 122 £100/180 (12:22PM)

A dark blue enamel etui of tapering oval form with chased and engraved yellow metal mounts, painted overall with cartouches within scrolling borders with scenes of figures in rural landscapes, on a blue ground scattered with formalised white geometric decoration, the interior fitted with various sewing implements including scissors and a needle, 10.2 cm

LOT 123 £60/90 (12:22PM)

A pale green enamel etui of tapering oval form, engraved gilt metal mounts, the body and hinged lid painted with scrolling gilt cartouches containing scenes of figures including fishermen in rural landscapes, on a pale green ground with formalised dot and trellis pattern, the fitted interior containing tweezers and a slim ivory leaf, 9.7 cm

LOT 124 £80/150 (12:22PM)

A dark blue enamel etui of tapering oval form, engraved gilt metal mounts, the body painted with two scenes, of musicians and of a lady and her gallant in bucolic landscapes, each within a scrolling gilt cartouche on a blue ground applied overall with a formalised trellis and dot pattern and florettes, the hinged lid decorated with scrolling gilt cartouches of flowers on a similar background, the interior fitted with a faceted small glass flask with stopper, 9.5 cm

LOT 125 £60/90 (12:24PM)

A small silver-mounted tortoiseshell etui, dated 1801, probably French, the body and hinged lid applied with floral silver decoration, the base inscribed and dated ‘F. A. d. M./18/10.d/3 m/O1’, with vacant fitted interior, 8.7 cm

LOT 126 £40/60 (12:24PM)

A Continental Samson gilt metal mounted white porcelain etui, of tapering oval form, the body painted with two scenes, each of a lady with her gallant within a scrolling gilt cartouche on a white background scattered with flowers, the hinged lid similarly decorated, the base with crossed swords mark and S, vacant interior, 11.4 cm

LOT 127 £100/150 (12:24PM)

A pale blue enamel etui of tapering rounded form, gilt metal mounts, the body and hinged lid painted with maritime scenes, each within a scrolling white cartouche, the pale blue ground decorated with scrolls and florettes and formalised trellis pattern in white, the interior fitted with six implements including scissors, 9.2 cm

LOT 129 £30/50 (12:26PM)

Two 20th century enamel boxes by Halcyon Days: one, oval, to celebrate Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), the lid with a printed portrait of Haydn surrounded by musical trophies on a buff ground, the sides with images of palaces and arms, gilt metal mounts, the hinged lid opening to reveal a dedication to the composer and further musical trophies on a white ground, 7 cm; the other as a celestial globe to celebrate Edmond Halley (1656-1742), the dark blue ground painted overall with constellations and Halley’s Comet, hinged, opening to reveal a portrait of Halley and inscriptions on a white ground, gilt metal mounts, 4.4 cm diameter; and late 18th/early 19th century English enamels, comprising three boxes, with gilt metal mounts, the smaller two decorated with mottoes to the lids, the third modelled as a basket, the lid decorated with a bird among flowers; and a small enamel-mounted turned ivory box lid decorated with a beehive within the motto ‘Esteem the Giver’ (6)

LOT 130 £30/40 (12:26PM)

A pretty French shaped oval enamel box, with gilt metal mounts and four scrolling feet, the lid and sides painted with reserves of roses and other flowers on a white ground within beaded gilt and white borders, on a pale blue ground decorated with silver and gold scrolls, 9 cm approximately; and a smaller circular French enamel and gilt metal box, the hinged lid painted with a reserve of roses on a white ground within a beaded gilt border and outer border of gold stars on a pale blue ground (2)

LOT 131 £30/50 (12:26PM)

A circular Japanese turquoise enamel box, decorated overall with wisteria and other blossoms, with domed lid and gilt metal mounts and interior, 7.8 cm diameter; together with a gilt metal Continental jewel chest, decorated overall with scrolling acanthus on an olive green ground, on four scrolling feet, hinged lid; and a rectangular Chinese enamel box, the lid and sides painted with blossom and butterflies on a dark blue ground (3)

LOT 133 £80/120 (12:29PM)

Four Victorian smelling salts and perfume bottles, comprising a small glass flask, the waisted body with whirling blue and white striations, hinged engraved gilt metal lid, 7.8 cm; also a rectangular glass flask with faceted body overlaid in blue, hinged engraved hallmarked silver lid, Birmingham 1901, opening to reveal glass stopper; and two shaped cranberry glass flasks overlaid with white, one with gilt decoration, each with hinged lids and stoppers (4)

LOT 134 £40/60 (12:29PM)

A charming small silver-mounted tortoiseshell etui decorated with silver pique work depicting swags and urns of flowers, the hinged lid opening to reveal an interior fitted with two small glass flasks, 4.2 cm; together with a slightly larger pique tortoiseshell etui of octagonal section, and a small enamel etui, the body painted with clock faces on a pale blue ground, the hinged lid painted with floral reserves on similar ground, gilt metal mounts, the interior fitted with a small faceted glass flask with cork (3)

LOT 135 £50/80 (12:29PM)

A rectangular sterling silver and enamel slim book-match case, suspended from a delicate chain, the hinged lid enamelled in royal blue on a guilloche ground with a silver and white enamel border, the case marked ‘Sterling/T140’, 5.5 x 4.2 cm; together with a hallmarked silver and blue enamel matchbox holder, London 1927; and two small enamel and gilt metal oval boxes, the lid of the smaller box enamelled in royal blue on a guilloche ground within a white enamel border interrupted by wavy gilt metal inlay, the hinged lid fitted inside with a mirror, the larger box also with mirrored interior, the hinged lid enamelled in blue within blue and white scalloped borders (4)

LOT 137 £180/250 (12:31PM)

A George lll gold-plated pair-cased pocket watch with fusee verge movement beneath an elaborate pierced balance cock, with square baluster pillars, signed Wm. Lindsey London, No 319, white porcelain dial with Arabic numerals and gilt hands, convex flat-centred glass, the gilt case stamped I.R (3.5 cm diameter), in a tortoiseshell and gilt metal outer case with fragmentary label for Fk Rowe Gt Marlow (4.7 cm diameter)

LOT 141 £800/1000 (12:34PM)

A Cartier 18 ct gold Gondole small model wristwatch, with black roman numerals to the frosted silvered dial, on original crocodile strap with deployant clasp, with Must de Cartier box and some documentation

LOT 142 £300/400 (12:34PM)

A bronze 1908 Olympic Games medal designed by Bertram Mackennal the front with winged figure of Victory and Quadriga to the rear. Original box with Olympic Games, O & G, Doctor, London 1908 in gilt

LOT 143 £100/150 (12:34PM)

A gentleman's chronograph by Coresa, with sweeping second hand and two subsidiary dials, stamped 750, 18 k, with leather strap, the gilt buckle stamped INOX

LOT 145 £50/90 (12:36PM)

A silver pocket watch, the face marked 'Centre Seconds Chronograph', the movement by S. Solomon, Manchester, No. 47965, Chester 1887; and another by Waltham, Birmingham 1912 (2)

LOT 148 £0 (12:36PM)

A silver double watch chain supporting a sterling silver Tug o' War medallion; a gold-plated pocket watch by Elgin; and two modern wristwatches by Avia and Yema, Paris (4)

LOT 154 £60/100 (12:41PM)

A silver-gilt miniature vinaigrette with engine-turned decoration, Birmingham 1824, maker T.P.; and a pretty rectangular pill box, the lid embossed with chariot and figures above a floral border, stamped AB, 925 (2)

LOT 157 £100/150 (12:43PM)

An interesting lot of small silver including a prayer book with embossed silver cover, Birmingham 1907, a pair of condiments as water carriers, Birmingham 1908, two sovereign cases, an oval embossed salt, London 1894, a harp menu holder, Chester 1895, a flask, Birmingham 1906, two glass jars, etc., also pencils and a smart wallet of coins

LOT 180 £60/80 (12:55PM)

A portrait miniature of a young girl by E. Horwitz, signed with initials, early 20th century, wearing a blue ribbon in her hair and a white dress, on ivory (oval, 7 cm), gilt metal frame, the reverse with remnants of label inscribed in ink 'E. Horwitz, 1a Carlton Hill, London N.W.8/Au..22.20'; and two other portrait miniatures by the same hand of a young woman and an older bearded gentleman, gilt metal frames (3)

LOT 181 £100/150 (12:58PM)

A portrait miniature of a young lady by E. Horwitz, signed and dated 1905, head and shoulders almost full face, with curling brown hair and wearing a blue and white gauze stole, on ivory, (rectangular, 13 x 10.5 cm), within a gilt metal frame with pierced ribbon-tie surmount and within a fitted leather case with easel support

LOT 194 £30/50 (01:05PM)

A tidy folder of postcards, another of local history, a carton of beer mats, early 20th century photographs from German cinema, loose postcards, etc.

LOT 195 £25/40 (01:05PM)

An interesting lot including currency including old copper, crowns, costume jewellery, a silver chain, a pen and cufflink set, old penknives, oil and vinegar jars with silver rims, a compact, etc.

LOT 197 £25/35 (01:07PM)

An interesting portfolio of early 20th century fashion drawings for Vogue couturier with clients' names and fabric samples attached, a folder of sketches, old Ray-ban sunglasses and an ink well with quill pen

LOT 199 £30/40 (01:07PM)

An interesting collection of costume jewellery, old fountain pens some with gold nibs, diamante jewellery, a trench art First World War tank, commemorative coins, etc.