LOT 603 £30/50 (04:27PM)

A mixed lot including folding wooden artists easels, animal figurines, large art pottery figurines of cats and dogs, a pair of horse bookends, a Staffordshire cow creamer, Black & Decker drill, a Whitefriars vase, a pair of stoneware bird ornaments, etc. also a quantity of DVDs and a Cannon camera. [pine shelves next to sZ]

LOT 604 £25/35 (04:29PM)

A quantity of cameras including a Pentax P30, camera lenses, a Prinz E33, Zeiss Icon, Vivitar flash, a Panasonic Lumix DMCF27, plus others; and two framed prints [pine shelves next to sZ]

LOT 605 £25/35 (04:29PM)

A collection of boxed and new items including an Omron M2 Compact Blood Pressure machine, ezRead electronic reading aid, an Asus P8Z77-V Motherboard, a pair of Creative headphones, a small photo printer, a Mouse scanner, a two-way telephone conversation recorder, luggage scales, etc. [pine shelves by back door]

LOT 608 £60/80 (04:31PM)

An attractive French carriage timepiece in ornate gilt-metal case, with yellow dial and engraved pierced gilt-metal mask, maker's stamp "R&Co.", early 20th century [A]

LOT 613 £300/400 (04:34PM)

A good German three-train mantel clock, circa 1900, signed W&H Sch, quarter-chiming and striking on five gongs, and with pull-cord repeat, with gilt and silvered dial in carved oak case, 44 cm high [A]

LOT 618 £40/60 (04:36PM)

An Austrian microscope, circa 1900, in black and brass, signed C. Reichert Wien and inscribed "Sold by Wm Hume Optician Edinburgh", with lenses, etc., in mahogany box numbered 4769, together with a cased Urethrascope by Billings & Sons, and a cased British Cystoscope by Allen & Hanburys [B]

LOT 623 £30/40 (04:39PM)

A Victorian postal scale by Mordan & Co., on oak base, with a variety of weights; two Chesterman surveyors' tape measures, one stamped with broad arrow; a spring balance; pocket corkscrew; compasses; two steel measures; and a vintage German compendium of tools in leather case stamped Bonsa Bonanza [B]

LOT 624 £300/400 (04:41PM)

A fine and interesting carved walnut casket, probably 19th century Black Forest, but the lid incorporating a probably earlier panel carved in openwork with a spray of roses, convolvulus and forget-me-nots, the sides with foliate borders and simulated basketwork, the base with pencil attribution to Grinling Gibbons and provenance to Addison Park, 33 cm long [B]

LOT 629 £15/20 (04:43PM)

A modern large trinket box in the form of a grand piano veneered in figured walnut, a Victorian walnut writing slope, and a Kensington Ware pottery vase [C]

LOT 637 £30/50 (04:48PM)

Electrical and other equipment, comprising: a Bush SPR 31C valve portable record player, circa 1963; an Ever Ready Sky Queen portable radio in cream; an Edison Bell portable gramophone in black; a Vega 342 portable TV in red; an Empire Aristocrat portable typewriter; and an Engel & Gibbs electric switch [under C]

LOT 642 £400/600 (04:51PM)

An impressive late 19th century German mantel clock in Louis XIV style, the three-train movement with winged hourglass trademark, quarter-chiming on eight bells and hour-striking on a gong, with Cambridge/Westminster and chime/silent indicators, in ebonised case with lacquered brass mounts, 73 cm high [on lot 978, aisle]

LOT 644 £50/80 (04:53PM)

A collection of Oriental ornamental items, late 19th/early 20th century, comprising: a Japanese ivory whist marker carved with apes, a bone group on wooden base, Canton ivory card case, Chinese figure, Japanese netsuke, and Chinese rose quartz group with wood stand [E]

LOT 645 £60/80 (04:53PM)

A collection of small Oriental items, mainly early 20th century, comprising: three Chinese snuff bottles, in banded agate, porcelain and glass; two Japanese lacquer boxes; two netsuke; a jadeite carving; silver-gilt Chinese figure; and probably Thai silver belt buckle [E]

LOT 646 £80/120 (04:53PM)

An antique cake knife with original Eastern carved ivory handle, the ferrule hallmarked for Sheffield 1908, and three Japanese figural netsuke, together with an okimono of a seated boy with cymbals, and another of an octopus, all Meiji period [E]

LOT 647 £70/90 (04:53PM)

An attractive 19th century Indian ivory figure of a mounted European, perhaps a chess piece, depicted in uniform holding a pistol, 8 cm high, and a Victorian spinning top toy [E]

LOT 648 £80/120 (04:55PM)

An unusual Japanese ivory okimono of two young elephants on a larger elephant above a multitude of toads, 10.2 cm high; together with a netsuke carved as two elderly figures; and a small carving of an ape; all Meiji period [E]

LOT 654 £100/200 (04:58PM)

A shelf of studio ceramics, almost all English, comprising: dishes, jars, bowls, jugs and vases, by various makers including John Leach, Muchelney, Espelage Cley Pottery, Gansey, Helmsdale, Crowan, etc., 30 pieces [G]

LOT 655 £30/40 (04:58PM)

Four pieces of Aldermaston studio pottery, comprising: a dish by Andrew Hazelden inscribed with motto in blue, a lustre jug by the same, a lustre bowl, and a covered pot [L]

LOT 656 £80/120 (05:00PM)

Two pieces of Aldermaston studio pottery by Alan Caiger-Smith, both painted in lustre, comprising: a dish with lion head, and a rounded bowl with combed sides, together with an Aldermaston Pottery booklet incorporating pencil signatures and inscription by Caiger-Smith [L]

LOT 657 £50/80 (05:00PM)

A good Aldermaston studio pottery lustre bowl by Lieselotte Harrer, 8.5 in diameter, with Aldermaston Pottery 1993 Final Exhibition label, sold with original invoice dated 1/6/1993 for £50 and with other relevant paperwork [L]

LOT 659 £40/60 (05:00PM)

A Russian monastic school quadripartite ikon, on wood panel, depicting the Mother of God, the Virgin of Feodor, the Nativity of the Virgin, and the Seven Holy Sleepers of Ephesus, verso inscribed and labelled, 26 x 21.5 cm [H]

LOT 664 £150/250 (05:05PM)

A collection of Chinese porcelain, comprising: a set of three famille rose vases, early 20th century, enamelled with jardinieres of flowers and inscriptions, 23 and 28cm; three late 19th century Canton porcelain vases; a ginger jar with cover and wood stand; and a pair of 18th century plates decorated with riverscapes [J]

LOT 665 £200/300 (05:05PM)

A good shelf of Oriental items, mainly Chinese, 18th century and later, comprising: a porcelain stem cup enamelled with dragons; five vases, a box, three tea bowls and one saucer, all in blue and white; a Canton porcelain box; a bronze censer; cloisonne dragon dish; two stone bowls and three other stone items; a metal vase stand and small Buddha; and six Japanese ceramics [K]

LOT 667 £30/50 (05:05PM)

A pair of 1930s patent car exhaust terminals in aluminium, each cast as a hound head, with Christie SK 11-12 August 1994 auction catalogue, specifying lot 477 which comprised items of this type; together with a miner's lamp [N]

LOT 669 £30/40 (05:07PM)

Two William IV English porcelain cornucopiae, of similar form but differing in decoration, one in pink, the other green, together with a Royal Doulton vase [N]

LOT 670 £80/120 (05:07PM)

Continental porcelain, comprising: a pair of Meissen shallow bowls painted with flowers within moulded gilt borders, and a similar smaller dish, all circa 1900; together with a Herend ice bucket with cover decorated in orange and gold, and a bowl in pink and gold [P]

LOT 672 £30/40 (05:10PM)

19th century English pottery, comprising: a rare massive Ironstone squat jar with inset lid in Japan pattern, an "Amherst Japan" charger, flow blue bowl, and pair of Prattware plates [Q, U]

LOT 677 £80/120 (05:12PM)

A collection of small ornaments, comprising: a Royal Crown Derby dolphin paperweight and a similar Tawny Owl paperweight, both with silvery stoppers; 12 various Swarovski and other crystal animal and other trinkets; a Hoglund penguin; and three other items [S]

LOT 678 £60/80 (05:12PM)

Two Victorian matching boxes, one inscribed 'Handkerchiefs' the other 'Gloves', inlaid with mother-of-pearl, also a small Black Forest box with partridge finial, a stamp box inscribed 'Triberg', and an Indian miniature in carved frame [S]

LOT 679 £60/80 (05:12PM)

A quantity of Chinese porcelain, Kangxi and later, comprising: a blue and white vase, three plates, four tea bowls, two saucers, a bowl and a lid; also a famille rose saucerdish painted with flowers; and a pair of white-glazed horses [T]

LOT 680 £40/60 (05:15PM)

A collection of ceramics, comprising: an early 19th century English pearlware punch bowl printed with views and flowers; a pair of pearlware saucers with a willow-like pattern; a Neale & Co creamware stand with turquoise borders and impressed mark; pair of knife rests; two Japanese Imari punch bowls; a celadon vase; and six other Oriental items [T]

LOT 684 £200/300 (05:17PM)

A pair of Chinese crackleware large vases, late Qing dynasty, enamelled in famille verte with peafowl on rocks amongst flowers and with simulated bronze mounts, incised square marks, 45 cm high [V]

LOT 685 £200/300 (05:17PM)

A rare English blue and white porcelain octagonal teabowl and saucer possibly Worcester 18th century, painted in Chinese style with buildings on islands, scroll border, the teabowl with stylised ‘2’ painter’s mark; together with a probably New Hall transfer-printed teabowl and saucer, and a Continental tea bowl [W]

LOT 686 £2000/3000 (05:17PM)

A Chinese late Ming blue and white porcelain bowl, with Wanli six-character mark and of the period, painted with fabulous animals amongst billowing waves below a scroll border, the interior with a single such animal, 19.8 cm diameter [W]

LOT 687 £3000/5000 (05:17PM)

A Chinese ceramic flower-shaped bowl of Yingqing type, perhaps Song dynasty, with lobed rim, finely moulded inside and out as an open bloom, the well with a flower, the whole covered in a widely crackled glaze of faint blue tone, the foot unglazed showing the pale cream body, 12.4 cm diameter, bearing four paper labels: Mrs O. Harriman Collection; John Sparks Ltd; reference 44; Nottingham Castle Museum loan HHL207 (Provenance: purchased in these rooms in our Harriman Collection auction, May 2012, lot 8)

LOT 688 £? (05:19PM)

A Chinese sancai glazed pottery figure of a Court Fat Lady, of exceptionally large size, holding a dog, 87.5 cm high (PROVENANCE: Purchased by the vendor’s Chinese grandfather in Beijing in 1927; the original purchase receipt dated 8th April is included in this lot. Also included is a TL test report by Laboratory Kotalla, dated 28th July 2019.)

LOT 689 £60/80 (05:19PM)

Chinese 18th century blue and white porcelain, comprising a small dish painted with fish and a crab, celadon-glazed exterior, lingzhi mark, 12.3 cm; three tea bowls painted with perched birds and flowers; and two child's tea bowls with three saucers painted with scattered flowers [W]

LOT 691 £70/90 (05:19PM)

A Chinese late Ming porcelain jar painted with a butterfly and flowers in an inky blue; together with a blanc de chine small bowl, probably 18th century; and a Japanese sake bottle well painted with leafy branches in blue and signed [X]

LOT 693 £80/120 (05:22PM)

An interesting collection of decorative items, comprising: a late Victorian Betjemann's patent small tantalus, Murano glass bird, a 1953 Monaco pottery vase, elaborate gilt-metal and agate candle-holder, Chinese cloisonne, ceramic vases, print, Omar Khayyam with illustrations after Gilbert James, 1916 Russian postcards from the Petrograd Exhibition of English Great War Posters, etc. [Y]