Butler & Wilson massive dragon broochPrice: £80
This is a gorgeous brooch in gold tone with gold and clear diamante stones, red glass eyes, signed
Art Deco Shelley Harmony Drip ware VasePrice: £100
This is a striking large vase in the very distinct Shelley drip ware design in green and blue on beige ground
Large 1950s BroochPrice: £10
This is a striking statement brooch with a large central stone surrounded by smaller stones in a floral design
Italian onyx decorative urn and egg on standPrice: £40
This is a wonderful set of two table decorations a large onyx egg and urn in the most beautiful polished agate stone
Victorian guilloche enamel bucklePrice: £30
This is a large guilloche enamel and brass buckle.
Pair of Japanese Imari Plates, Meiji Period circa 1880Price: £120
Pair of fine quality Japanese Imari Plates, Meiji Period (1868-1912) circa 1880, decorated in underglaze blue, iron red and gold with a typical fabric derived 'brocade' style design, the central three leaf clover shape roundel surrounded by three shaped panels with fans all on a ground of stylised scrolling foliage, the reverses plain with two concentric circles in underglaze blue next to the foot rim. The form of these plates is unusual, copying the standard design of a Chinese eighteenth century dinner plate.
Victorian five piece silver chatelaine London 1900Price: £950
This is a very beautiful silver chatelaine comprising a scissor case, a thimble case, carnet needle case and a notebook with pencil all suspended by chains from a series of interlinked plaques with stylised floral designs and hanging clasp at the back.
Pair Austrian Secessionist Style Vases 1930sPrice: £100
This is a pair of unusual vases in the Secessionist style which very closely related to Vienna Art Nouveau, yellow ground with grey mottling and floral decoration, with full marks
Silver pin cushion in the form of a chick : Henry Mathews Birmingham 1919Price: £360
This is a lovely small pin cushion in the form of a chick with a blue velvet back, marked Henry Mathews Birmingham 1919. Henry Mathews was a Birmingham based silversmith whose first mark was registered in 1894. His office was on Vittoria Street, Birmingham. He is particularly remembered for his small silver items which displayed great attention to detail.
Victorian musical automaton music box 1880Price: £250
This is a very rare collectible automaton that features a dancing bisque figure while music is playing, music box is inlaid fruitwood. The figure turns around and legs move while music plays.
Pair of Mughal style frames c. 1900Price: £50
This is a beautiful pair of frames from the British Raj occupation of India that lasted between 1858 and 1947. They are carved wood in the typical Mughal style with carved flowers with lattice work. The photos appear to be original with an officer and two young children. This would have been three frames that would have been connected with hinges for a table.
Black patent crocodile bag 1950sPrice: £75
This is a bag made from very glossy crododile skin with leather, with is in an expandable concertina shape and simple gold tone closure, a very sturdy well made bag
Monocular in gilt metal with turquoise cabochons, French c. 1850Price: £450
This is a very unusual collapsing monocular in gilt metal with turquoise cabochons, French c. 1850.
Striking green glass brooch 1950sPrice: £10
This is a very sparkly brooch set with different colours of green stones
Pair of J Kent Chinoiserie Foley Ware Vases c1920sPrice: £150
A pair of Vases of pear shape form with slender flaring necks decorated in the Chinoiserie style, the blue transfer ware design depicting Oriental figures in a stylised garden scene with iron red highlighting to the ground, the necks with a stylised floral design and the base with gilt highlighting, the top similarly finished with the gilt decoration extending to the interior. The bases with six character marks in underglaze blue, loosely imitating the Chinese, and reading 'J Kent' 'Ye Olde' 'Foley' 'Ware' 'Fenton' 'England'. Early twentieth century circa 1920s. Foley is a small district alongside King Street, Fenton, near the border with Longton, in Staffordshire, England. There was a pottery at Foley as early as the eighteenth century, and there were to be 5 different companies which had "Foley" in their name operating in this area, the last of which closed down around 10 years ago. One of these firms was the Old Foley Pottery of James Kent and this was the manufacturer of this pair of vases, marked as 'Ye Olde Foley Ware'. James Kent made a variety of vases in the Chinese style in the 1920s loosely adapting original Chinese models. Decoration was in blue transfer applied before glazing, and the ground was highlighted in gold or iron red, as here. The productions presented modestly priced versions of original Oriental pieces for the English market. These vases are less commonly found now and seldom as original pairs.
Classic Black Crocodile Handbag, Unusual design from Harrods, 1960sPrice: £150
This is a very classic black crocodile handbag from Harrods. It is unusual due to its two compartment where you pull the pieces on the side to open
Chinese Embroidered Silk Table Screen 1960sPrice: £30
This is a very delicate table screen made of four panels all with a section of embroidered silk that creates a natural setting with birds and branches, in fitted box
Lovely swirl design paste broochPrice: £10
This is an unusual brooch in an abstract swirl design, set with round and baguette paste stones
2 figural broochesPrice: £10
This is a lot of 2 brooches that have figural motifs - one is a putti and the other is a warrior. The warrior is marked A Miracle Creation which is a Scottish company that made costume jewellery.
Formal ornate posy holder with dress clip in daffodil design, c. 1840Price: £280
This is a beautiful gilt metal posy holder with a very detailed floral scroll work and daffodil design. The top is fitted with a dress clip.
Baby gown in tamboured tuelle with Valenciennes insertions plus silk petticoat 1920Price: £180
Baby gown in tamboured tuelle with Valenciennes insertions plus silk petticoat.
Pair of Japanese red lacquered low stands, Taisho periodPrice: £150
Pair of Japanese red lacquered low stands, Taisho period (1912-1926). The stands have a square insert on the stand with bowed supports and plain stretcher base. The upper rims are inset with abalone shell, the inset vase stands are round. With original fitted softwood carrying box with character marks on lid
Maud Frizon calfskin messenger bag 1980sPrice: £75
This is a stunning large shoulder bag by Parisian shoe designer Maud Frizon. In very soft calfskin leather. With multiple interior compartments and branded zip pulls shaped like tiny shoes.
Red ponyskin bag with ostrich accent by Viveda London, 2009Price: £250
This is a beautiful bag in a bright red colour with black ostrich skin trim, lined in fabric. Viveda was a handbag designer that made a small run of these bags in this unique shape. This designer does not seem to have continued although these bags are gorgeous. There are two tabs that are magnetic closures.