Fine Art & Antiques

Lacy Scott & Knight Auction Centre
10 Risbygate St
IP33 3AA Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
United Kingdom
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Date of the auction: 14.09.2019

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A lady's Raymond Weil 'Jasmine' diamond set steel cased wristwatch, the mother of pearl dial with black Roman numerals, calendar function, diamond set bezel, sapphire glass, quartz movement, stamped to reverse Sapphire Crystal Swiss Made - W.R.50M/165ft, stainless steel 5229 K307254, stainless steel

Lot #: 1253

Estimate: £300 - £500

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A gent's Omega Seamaster Professional chronometer, steel cased, the black dial with luminous markers and date aperture, automatic movement, pressure release valve at 10 o'clock, 300m water resistant, dia. 42mm, on original steel bracelet, in associated Omega pouch but no box or papers

Lot #: 1254

Estimate: £700 - £1,000

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A Victorian yellow metal and enamelled propelling pencil, having all-over foliate engraved decoration with further sinuous enamelled decoration, the terminal with inset agate, 23.4g, unmarked but tested as 18ct, 11.5cm (extended

Lot #: 1256

Estimate: £250 - £400

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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An early 20th century figured walnut and crossbanded apprentice piece miniature chest, in the early 18th century style, raised on bracket feet, w.19cm

Lot #: 1257

Estimate: £120 - £180

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A Victorian tortoiseshell writing slope, having white metal stringing, the fold-over top opening to reveal fitted interior, w.36cm

Lot #: 1258

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A late George III partridge wood and chequer strung tea caddy, of shaped rectangular form, the hinged lid revealing twin compartment interior with central cut glass mixing bowl, having ring handles and raised on brass boulle feet, w.309cm, d.15cm, h.18cm

Lot #: 1259

Estimate: £60 - £80

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A late George III burr yew and boxwood strung tea caddy, of sarcophagus form, the hinged lid opening to reveal twin compartment interior (lacking lids), flanked by brass lion mask ring handles, raised on paw feet, w.18cm, d.11cm, h.16cm

Lot #: 1260

Estimate: £50 - £80

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A George III fiddleback mahogany and floral marquetry inlaid tea caddy, of oval form, the hinged lid with further satinwood shell inlay, the interior with remains of foil lining, w.14cm, d.8cm, h.12cm

Lot #: 1261

Estimate: £50 - £80

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A late 19th century 'tramp art' box, of rectangular form, the hinged lid with embroidered panel above a mirrored front, with further floral decorated glazed panels to each side and back, having pine interior, w.29cm, d.19cm, h,20cm

Lot #: 1262

Estimate: £80 - £120

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A late Victorian black variegated marble and brass mounted table cigarette box, of rectangular form, the hinged domed lid opening to reveal cedar lined interior, w.28cm, d.11cm, h.10cm

Lot #: 1263

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A late Victorian coromandel and silver plated tantalus, by Mappin & Webb, having Betjeman's patent 49772 locking mechanism (lacking key), three hobnail cut glass square decanters and stoppers, 36cm

Lot #: 1264

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A late Victorian coromandel and silver plated tantalus, having Betjeman's patent locking mechanism (lacking key), three hobnail cut glass square decanters and stoppers, w.42cm

Lot #: 1265

Estimate: £120 - £180

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A circa 1900 rosewood and silver plated tantalus, having three hobnail cut bottles and stoppers (lacking key), all raised on bun feet, w.36cm

Lot #: 1266

Estimate: £80 - £120

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A Victorian brass and cast iron pedestal oil lamp, having cranberry tinted acid etched shade over thumb-cut cranberry glass font, h.65cm

Lot #: 1267

Estimate: £200 - £250

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A pair of late Victorian silver candlesticks, each converted into oil lamps, with moulded yellow glass shades and fonts, the sticks being loaded, London 1895, h.46cm

Lot #: 1268

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A pair of 19th century porcelain (possibly Rockingham) and gilt bronze mounted vases, having fluted flared necks above painted oval landscape panels, with applied gilt scroll handles, raised on foliate cast shaped circular bases, fully fitted for electricity, each with pleated silk shade, h.31cm

Lot #: 1269

Estimate: £300 - £500

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A Victorian brass desk stand, the raised back inset with a porcelain plaque depicting maiden amidst a river landscape, the stand having twin inkwells with hinged covers (heavily tarnished), w.27cm

Lot #: 1270

Estimate: £60 - £90

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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After G M Bologna - a large 19th century bronze figure of Mercury, raised on mask cast base to further green marble turned high socle (with damage), overall h.105cm

Lot #: 1271

Estimate: £400 - £600

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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After Francisque Joseph Duret (1804-1865) - The Neapolitan Dancers, pair of bronzes, each signed to the base and further foundry marked for Quesnel Fondeur, of dark brown patina, h.43.5cm

Lot #: 1272

Estimate: £600 - £900

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A George III mahogany decanter box, of rectangular form, the hinged dome lid revealing fitted interior for six decanters (one missing), each decanter of domed form and with gilt decoration, each with penny stopper, with further aperture for two glasses within the lid (one glass missing), w.27cm

Lot #: 1273

Estimate: £70 - £90

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A 19th century continental brass log bin, with metal liner, the whole repousse decorated with opposing armorials, fleur de lys, and having lion mask ring carry handles, dia. 48cm, h.41cm

Lot #: 1274

Estimate: £150 - £250

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A pair of 19th century brass and wrought iron andirons, having bold fox head terminals, raised on square section supports, together with a later associated fire basket, h.41cm

Lot #: 1275

Estimate: £300 - £500

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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An early George III needlework sampler depicting The Apostles Creed verse, within floral border, worked by Sarah Hitch and dated 1764, 30 x 28cm

Lot #: 1276

Estimate: £80 - £120

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A Victorian needlework panel of Robert Burns, depicted standing beside his horse in a landscape, signed lower left E Horsburgh and dated 1844, 64 x 49cm, the whole housed in probably original ogee moulded rosewood frame, full dimensions 85 x 70cm

Lot #: 1277

Estimate: £120 - £180

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A George III gilt metal etui, worked in high relief with a figure to either side, within C-scrolls, leaves, flowers and foliage, the hinged cover opening to reveal fitted interior to include steel scissors, ivory double stick aide-mémoire, folding knife with gilt metal handles, and a snuff spoon

Lot #: 1278

Estimate: £150 - £250

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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A George III gilt metal etui, worked in high relief with female figures to either side, within raised C-scroll and floral borders, the hinged lid opening to reveal fitted interior, contents to include steel scissors, ivory double stick aide-mémoire, snuff spoon, pencil, folding knife with gilt

Lot #: 1279

Estimate: £150 - £250

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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YARRELL, William, A History of British Birds, John Van Voorst, London 1882-1888, 4th edition in 4 volumes, 8vo. Presented in full leather with raised bands to spine with gilt titling and other decoration to compartments. Teg. Marbled endpapers with gilt tooling surrounding. Illustrated throughout

Lot #: 1280

Estimate: £200 - £250

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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PAUL, Herbert, Queen Anne, Goupil & Co, Paris 1906 Limited ed. 120/800. Presented in red half leather. Paised bands to spine with gilt tiling and other decoration. Illustrated, Together with: CREIGHTON, Mandell, Queen Elizabeth, Bousod, Valadon & Co, London 1896, 1st ed. Presented in red half

Lot #: 1281

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, The Duenna, Longmans, London, 1794 1st ed. Recent rebinding in quarter leather with marbled paper to boards. New endpapers.(1

Lot #: 1282

Estimate: £100 - £150

Date: 14 Sep 2019

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Elegant Extracts From the Most Eminent….. John Sharpe, c. 1810., 36 volumes in 18. 12mo. Uniformly finely bound in full contemporary straight grained morocco, ornate gilt on the spines and covers with a central lyre device to each board, all edges gilt. Contained in a purpose built miniature glass

Lot #: 1283

Estimate: £200 - £300

Date: 14 Sep 2019