A length of vintage Chinese terracotta silk, decorated with repeat pattern Imperial dragon in gold thread and clouds. Sold for £950.


A French Empire period fan with painted Roman ruins decorated reserve panels and bow swags, with ornate pierced sticks- sold with three others in poor condition. Sold for £980.

A Victorian sailor's Valentine multi-coloured and patterned shell display, in hinged octagonal folding box under glass panels. Sold for £620.

A 3' 4" late 19th Century Collinson dapple rocking horse, with studded leather tack and velvet covered side-saddle with both pommels, set on a safety rocker base. Sold for £840.

An 18" 1920's bronze figure of Diana, with deep green patina, signed (Pierre) Le Faguays and foundry mark Susse Frerres, Paris - bow missing, threads present. Sold for £1,100.

An antique shako bearing a South Devon Regiment of Militia badge and white ball tuft - visor missing. Sold for £750

A 7" Art Deco bronze figure of a girl with satchel, entitled "Going to School", with carved ivory face, remains of silvered finish and mounted on an onyx base - signed Chiparus to satchel and Etling, Paris foundry mark to coat. Sold for £1,500.

An old Scottish bog-oak dirk with bye knife and fork, large citrine missing from pommel, interwoven carving to grips and white metal mounts with engraved thistle designs. Sold for £600.


Two late 19th Century Spanish polychrome terracotta sculptures on wooden bases by Jose Cubero, Garbadon, Malaga, comprising a 9" seated guitarist and 10¼" male dancer - sold with a painted papier mache figure of an Indian dancing girl. Sold for £820. 

An antique Chinese Mandarin embroidered light blue silk robe with gold thread air dragons, coloured clouds, storks and other motifs, with diagonal closure, material toggles and chevron pattern to lower section. Sold for £6,000.

A 20th Century Chinese embroidered silk sleeveless vest Dragon coat, with gold thread air dragons, coloured clouds, birds, bats and other symbols, with differing coloured tassel fringe. Sold for £1,600.


Richard Harris - A scratch built model of H.M.S Victory.

Sold for £3,000.

A 19th Century Swiss musical box with side key winder. Sold for £740.

A 19th Century Persian Qajar helmet of domed form with chain mail neck guard and a matching circular shield, corroded, but with remains of gold overlaid arabesque decoration, the shield with central lion and prey boss. Sold for £1,300.


132228, William Thomas R. N. - a set of five late 19th Century and World War 1 medals - sold with related paperwork, comprising East Africa and West Africa medal with Benin river 1894 clasp, HMS Philomel; long service and good conduct medal, HMS Devastation; 1914-1915 Star; 1914-1918 war medal and Victory medal with services rendered badge to ribbon; all with ribbons – Sold with other related ephemera.

Sold for £800.

Morris Henry Smyth CBE, Lieutenant and Captain, Royal Navy: cased medal group including India General Service Medal with clasp 'Burma 1885-7', Great War and Victory Medals (RNR), and Italian War Merit Cross with letter of receivership  and related ephemera.

Sold for £960.


Wachmistrz (Sergeant Major) Czapranski; World War II Polish medal collection including Monte Cassino medal 1945 with document (Ispoznan Lancer Regiment), Commemorative badge, 1946 with document (25th Cavalry Regiment), Bronze Cross of Merit with swords and document, 2nd Corp badge with document, 5th Kresowa Division badge with document (with two other items).

Sold for £1,050.

An 8 ¾” diameter Newlyn copper jardinière, featuring stylised Viking ships on a wavy sea, with “Sol de Mayo” sun with face to mainsail of lead ship, the base incised John Pearson, 1894, No.2079. Sold for £1,900.

A 19th Century Cesare Roccheggiani of Rome gilt metal circular trinket box set with seven micro-mosaic panels; the Colosseum to the lid, opposing doves, Temple of Vesta and three other Roman ruins to the case, lined interior, sat on ball feet and stamped Guttin 59812.

Sold for £720.


A 7" Newlyn copper jardiniere with embossed stylised flowers - signed John Pearson and dated 1893 to base, no. 2007. Sold for £600.

: A 21½" late Victorian iron nail and carvel built half hull model, set on a mahogany plaque, with text "Thrift" SEP 1895 - relating to

Looe fishing fleet.

Sold for £440.

A mahogany cased Watson & Sons. Alpha 5" x 4" plate camera with Ross and Zeiss convertible lenses, Thornton Picard shutter and other accessories contained within original leather mounted canvas fitted case.

Sold for £660.

A collection of boxed "OO" gauge locomotives (all Zero 1 Decoder) including eight Wrenn, including - W2265 4-6-2, Winston Churchill (green) and W2236 4-6-2, Dorchester The Royal Wessex (green), sixteen Hornby, including R.350 SR 4-4-0 L.1 Loco, Evening Star 2-10-0 and R.264 B.R. Class F 2-10-0, ten Bachmann, two Mainline and another Airfix in Mainline box.

Sold for £1,600.


An early 20th Century stuffed and oak wall plaque mounted Nile crocodile head and forequarters.

Sold for £620.

A walnut cased free standing Dynatron radio type

No. B119.

Sold for £1,250.

A comprehensive games compendium in a mahogany box, including chess, cribbage, bone counters, etc.

Sold for £350.


A bespoke mahogany cased Edison Standard Phonograph with extensive drawer cased selection of music cylinders and large composite horn.

Sold for £900

An extensive private collection of board mounted and cased 19th and 20 Century British military cap and helmet badges and two books, including corps, infantry, cavalry, Royal Marines, etc

Sold for £1,300

An oak cased late 18th Century brass telescope, set on a turned and faceted pillar with scroll tripod folding base - unsigned (later connector).

Sold for £900.


An 11 1/2" Art Nouveau copper box with embossed decoration.

Sold for £280.

A late Victorian walnut cased pedestal stereoscopic viewer with numerous Grand Tour cards, on rotary handled movement, bearing plaque for Mottershead & Co., Manchester.

Sold for £1,100.

A bronze model of a frog with red glass eyes, pulling a snail shell with small beetle "hitching" a ride - stamped Louchet, being of the same pattern as the runner up in an early 20th Century World Competition for Car Mascot Design.

Sold for £580.

A Leica Model II camera No. 127774 with green/brown leather binding, in original "Ever Ready" case - sold with a Summaron F: 305cm 1:35 lens.

Sold for £360.

A Regency rosewood brass inlaid sarcophagus shaped twin compartment tea caddy, with flanking lion mask ring handles.

Sold for £260.


A 19th Century mahogany tapered cased Culpepper pattern brass microscope by Watkins & Hill, 15 Charing Cross, London, with fitted drawer to base.

Sold for £1,100

A pair of 15" silver mounted elephant tusks, set on oak plinth base - London 1912.

Sold for £1,000.


A late Victorian mahogany games compendium with fully fitted interior.

Sold for £1,000.

A carved Ivory elephant bridge, with pierced hardwood basket base.

Sold for £500.

Boxed Corgi "Fairground Attractions" Limited Edition 1.50 scale model "The South Downs Galloper" Carousel - CC20401 (as new with Certificate).

Sold for £300.

A Wheatstone fifty six button concertina, Serial No.29601, in original leather case, Circa 1923.

Sold for £2,600.

A Bilston enamel box, presented to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, with St. James's Palace letter of thanks dated 17th March, 1995.

Sold for £680


An 8" late 19th Century Chinese bronzed cockerel pattern container with knop to lid and character seal to base, set on a carved hardwood stand with corresponding foot falls.

Sold for £260.

A 14" diameter late 19th Century Chinese brass dinner gong/mirror with embossed decoration, set on an ornate fret work hardwood stand, with beater.

Sold for £320

A 7" high gilt bronze sculpture of ribbed corrugated form entitled "Venus", by Brian Willsher (c.1930) - stamped 14 to reverse.

Sold for £400.


A stuffed and mounted Barn Owl, under glass dome.

Sold for £200.


A "Cleopatra" phonograph, with various cylinders and painted pressed metal horn.

Sold for £310.

Squadron Leader B.C. Ridd, 43179 - Service history of R.A.F., including Log Books 1931-1944, Notices of Despatches and photographs, medal, etc.

Sold for £450

A carved Ivory figure - "The Medicine Man".

Sold for £220.

A Chinese Ivory puzzle ball of twelve balls, on figure and Lotus pattern stand.

Sold for £220.


An Art Nouveau Newlyn style embossed copper coal bucket with iron swing handle and lily leaf decoration.

Sold for £200.

A late 19th Century cased, stuffed and mounted Pike in a bow fronted, ebonised case, labelled "Caught by S. Millward on River Stour, October 26, 1901,

Weight 32 lbs.

Sold for £320.

A mahogany cased Lachenal concertina.

Sold for £300.

A Japanese carved ivory box with seated figure of a craftsman - signed on base and a Japanese carved ivory figure of a seated traveller, with mischievous monkey hiding in a log - signed on base.

Sold for £1,300.

A pair of First World War medals:  2nd Lt, J, "Jimmy" A. Watt, R.A.F. and 1916 K.R.R. General Efficiency Medal, sold with an 1842 China medal,

49th Regiment Foot.

Sold for £470.

A chrome cased “Guinness Time” pocket watch with moving toucan.

Sold for £130.

A Victorian brass fireman's helmet with embossed dragons to sides of crest.

Sold for £310.

A large Victorian copper mulling jug, with brass petal rim, lid and swing handle.

Sold for £140.

An early Steiff Teddy Bear having blonde mohair, black button eyes, over-covered pads, button in ear, 14" tall.

Sold for £900.

A rare large Marklin stationary steam engine having single cylinder spirit fired vertical boiler with fly wheel driving dummy regulator and three pulley machine shaft, on a printed tin base.

Sold for £1,900.

A Schuco 5311 cable remote control "Ingenico" saloon car, with original case and accessories.

Sold for £240.

A 19th Century shaped tortoiseshell desk top stationery cabinet, with pique inlay and English silver mounts, set on scroll feet.

Sold for £1,500.

An Edward Thomasons "Compound Patent, Ne Plus Ultra" four pillar corkscrew - bristle missing.

Sold for £430.

An O.B.E. and Second World War Medal group including Africa Campaign Medal with Kenya Bar, awarded to Major J.W.R. Woodcock, R.A.E.C., together with a large quantity of related ephemera.

Sold for £520.

Three pieces of First World War Turkish P.O.W. beadwork, comprising large panel crocodile and serpent - some damage.

Sold for £660.

A World War II German Panzer Assault Gun Crew cap.

Sold for £320.

A cased Leica No. II, circa 1939, Number 314123, camera.

Sold for £200.

A 19th Century Indian tulwar with silvered damascene hilt and scabbard (a/f).

Sold for £240.

A framed letter from The British Antarctic Expedition, signed E. Shackleton, dated 8th September, 1909.

Sold for £450.

Josef Lorenzl, a silver patinated bronze nude figureen,  'Andrea'  standing on a stepped green onyx cylindrical base. Signed.

Sold for £1,700.

Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, a marble bust, La Rieuse Napolitaine (The Neapolitan Fishergirl) signed verso and dated 1871. (A/F).

Sold for £980.

A Victorian glazed dome display of exotic birds including Humming Birds and Birds of Paradise.

Sold for £520.