A yellow metal 19th century locket with enamel fleur-de-lys and inscription, dated 24 about 1883, estimated gross weight 18.6 gm, tests as 15 ct gold
A Victorian yellow metal tie pin set with amethyst, pearls and rose diamonds, circa 1865
An interesting pocket watch in a cabinet of Polish interest by Hy Moser & Ce with seconds dial, the white metal case embossed with a portrait of Marshal Pilsudski and with prize inscription in Polish to Lucjan Czajkowski from the Minister of Justice, dated Warsaw 31.III.1935, and a small quantity of costume jewellery, wristwatch, part Hunter watch and a copper Chinese necklace, jar of tiny beads, etc. [viewed in jewellery counter]
A lot of Fendi items, including four silver necklaces and a bracelet, a rectangular silver-plated bracelet of square section, the Fendi name pierced, a buckle edged in green stones, a watch with cantilevered face, a quantity of white metal stamped 'F' logos, Fendi belt buckles, a Fendi 1925 gilt-metal medallion, a glamorous dress ring, Fendi leather bracelet, and a Ryan quartz wristwatch, etc.
A Victorian wooden pram with metal wheels and a leather hood and interior
A 19th century metal flower press
Three standard lamps one in brass, the others in wood and metal plus a Smiths Corona cased typewriter [second aisle]
A shelf of metal and wood wares including a brass oil lamp with glass shade, two brass kettles, a brass and copper jug, brass bells, a pair of snake candlesticks, a set of three brass flying birds, brass frying pans, a miniature brass hod, a vintage hand mincer, two brass plates, a wooden striking mantel clock [s60]
A large Oriental ginger jar and cover, a pottery bust on stand, three Meissen green leaf plates, a part blue and white coffee set and a metal figurine of a deer on stand [s85]
An impressive early 19th century Vienna three-train portico mantel clock, the composite enamel and ormolu dial signed "Ignatz Pompp in Wien" and with inner calendar ring, quarter-striking on two gongs, the case in ebonised wood and alabaster with metal mounts, 52 cm [A]
A Malacca cane fitted with a late 18th century pinchbeck or other yellow metal pommel chased with swags and pendant portrait medallions, later silver ferrule [B]
Two similar bronzed metal plant stands on plain rectangular form.