JANUARY 2019 - Tuesday 29 & Wednesday 30 - Winter Country House Sale including selected contents of Ombersley Court, Beverston Castle & other properties.
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Objets de Vertu


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Lot No.DescriptionIllustration
248Lot 248 details
A gilt metal ring stand, of pyramid form, 15cm high, an Ingersoll watch in leather case, a carved wooden box and a quantity of sundries/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Sold for £30

249Lot 249 details
A gold plated locket, the oval cover monogrammed in split pearls and turquoise beads, a locket with monogram in blue enamel, another locket and sundry jewellery in a leather jewel case with S beneath a coronet to the cover, the box 18.5cm wide/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Sold for £280

250Lot 250 details
Two English enamel snuffboxes, one of rectangular form, the lid painted with a harbour scene the sides with leaves and roses, the base with Antique ruins, with gilt-metal mounts, broken and restored, Birmingham, circa 1750, 7.5cm long; the other, South Staffordshire, of rectangular form, the lid painted with a rural scene, the sides and base in pink, with gilt-metal mounts, cracked, the lid restored and broken, 6.5cm long (2)/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Sold for £80

251Lot 251 details
Two English enamel snuffboxes circa 1780, one of rectangular form, the lid painted with a lady contemplating an urn in a garden and inscribed 'A Friends Gift', the inside of the lid mirror lined, the sides and base painted in pink, some wear to border; the other of oval form, the lid painted with an equestrian figure and inscribed 'Cossak Mode of Attack', very damaged to base, 4.5cm long, and a French snuffbox, circa 1900, of rectangular form with cut corners, the lid painted with a cockerel fight, the sides and base, the gilt-metal mounts detached at hinge, 5cm long, with a letter reading 'this rare old piece of Battersea enamel on copper was given by Aunt M? to Patricia and me a few days before her death in March 1962' (3) /Provenance: Ombersley Court
Sold for £380

252Lot 252 details
Three English enamel patch boxes, circa 1785-1790, two oval, one inscribed 'A Trifle from Birmingham', the other inscribed 'Remember the Giver', the third circular patch box inscribed 'A Trifle from Tenterden', 4.5cm wide, all mirror lined (3) /Provenance: Ombersley Court
Sold for £220

253Lot 253 details
Six English enamel printed bonbonnieres and patch boxes, circa 1780-1810, including one inscribed 'A Trifle from Newport Isle of Wight', and another painted in blue, various shapes, 2cm to 5cm diameter (7)/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Sold for £280

254Lot 254 details
A composite silver-mounted shagreen chatelaine (without implements), the etui 18th Century English, the belt clasp Dutch, probably late 19th Century, 30cm long
Sold for £180

255Lot 255 details
Two French pressed wood circular snuffboxes and covers, circa 1820, one with lid carved with a scene titled 'Jeu De Boule', and the other with lid carved a scene titled 'Retour Du Laboureur', 8.5cm diameter (2)
Sold for £190

256Lot 256 details & condition report or notes
A circular Stobwasser papier-mâché lacquer box, circa 1830, painted with an interior scene, 9.5cm diameter and a rectangular example, painted with a coaching scene, 9cm long (2)
Sold for £900

257Lot 257 details
An early 19th Century English papier-mâché box and cover, the lid printed and painted with a night watchman and inscribed 'Come move on there - will you', 10cm diameter and another painted with a bust of a lady, 9cm diameter (2)
Sold for £100

258Lot 258 details
A 9ct gold vector tube, Sampson Mordan & Co, Chester, containing two numbered balls, possibly a shooting position finder, 8.5cm long, approximately 40gm/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Sold for £250

259Lot 259 details & condition report or notes
A Victorian silver mounted tortoiseshell scent bottle, of pear shape, cover detached, 11cm long/Provenance: Ombersley Court
Sold for £300

260Lot 260 details
A 9ct gold vesta case, Chester 1900, initialled GAW, approximately 23gm/Provenance: Beverston Castle
Sold for £200

261Lot 261 details
A silver and enamel travelling bedside clock, HM, Birmingham 1923, of folding form with pink guilloche enamel covers, 4.5cm wide, a silver and enamel box and sundry enamelled boxes/Provenance: Beverston Castle
Sold for £150

262Lot 262 details
A collection of 30 Halcyon Days enamel boxes, including limited edition and Easter egg form contained in three table top display cases/Provenance: Beverston Castle
Sold for £460

263Lot 263 details
A 9ct gold cased cigarette case, with engine-turned decoration, approximately 73gm/Provenance: Beverston Castle
Sold for £700

264Lot 264 details & condition report or notes
A 19th Century faux tortoiseshell and pique box, the cover inlaid a central vase of flowers to a border of stars, 6.5cm diameter, a faux tortoiseshell box with 15ct gold mounts and a tortoiseshell snuff box with hinged cover /Provenance: Beverston Castle
Sold for £150

265Lot 265 details
A Bilston enamel box, the deer hunt, 8cm wide
Sold for £90

266Lot 266 details
A collection of six various horn, tortoiseshell and treen Georgian and Victorian snuff boxes
Sold for £130

267Lot 267 details
A Halcyon Days miniature carriage clock, commemorative of Lloyds' Tercentenary, another clock, approximately 29 Halcyon Days enamel boxes and a paperweight
Sold for £380

268Lot 268 details
Four Halcyon Days desk seals, modelled as Dalmatian, Kingfisher, Grouse and Eagle each with hardstone matrix
Sold for £250

269Lot 269 details & condition report or notes
A Mauchline ware snuff box, the cover decorated a named view of Roslin Castle, the front inscribed Stewart Carse, Musselburgh, 9cm wide and an oval brass snuff box indistinctly inscribed Thos Farrer 1847 (?)
Sold for £280


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