Works of Art

After the antique by Thorvaldson, a continental terracotta figure of Mercury, posed seated beside a tree stump, holding a sword to his right and pan pipes to his left, inscribed P Josen Kiebenhavn Eneret - Sold for £440

After Felix Maurice Charpentier, French, 1858-1924, Medaille d'Or, a patinated bronze figure, bearing a label Salon des Beaux Arts, signed Fx. Charpentier, 43cm tall - Sold for £1,800

Paul Vanstone (b1967) *ARR, a carved grey veined white marble garden sculpture in the form of a bust of an angel, on a black marble plinth base, 180cm high overall - Sold for £3,000

After Paul Dubois, (1827-1905), a bronze sculpture of Saint John the Baptist, signed P Dubois Roma 1861 and F Barbadienne Fondeur to the base - Sold for £1,250

A bronze figure of the Duke of Wellington on horseback, by Bernard Winskill, for The Royal Worcester Porcelain Company, model number eight of a limited edition of fifteen, dated 1978, on a black marble plinth base, 49cm tall overall, with certificate signed by the Director - Sold for £1,100

A pair of 19th century ormolu figural candlesticks, each in the form of a putti holding a sconce, on a naturalistic base, converted to table lamps, 24cm tall - Sold for £290

A 19th century Chinese gilt bronze and cloisonne decorated censer, of cauldron shape, with loop handles, 11cm diameter - Sold for £1,800

An early 19th century pressed horn snuff box, in the form of Napoleon's hat, inscribed Napoleon A. Wagram, 7cm across, together with a Scottish carved stag antler snuff box, decorated with two stags, 5cm diameter - Sold for £460

A Chinese kesi dragon robe, finely decorated with nine five-clawed dragons, with a lishiu border below, having a brocade collar and cuffs with metallic thread buttons, 142cm long - Sold for £1,350

A life size bronzed head of an Irish wolfhound, 34cm long - Sold for £170

A pair of large antique French bronze and white marble obelisks, on lions paw feet, signed Morisot to the base, 78cm high - Sold for £2,300

A fruitwood tea caddy, in the form of a melon, with a hinged lid, 13cm tall - Sold for £2,300

A mid 20th century Pablo Picasso Edition Madoura blue and white pottery ewer, in the form of a stylised hen, painted and impressed marks to base, 16cm long - Sold for £920

An early 20th century bronze Chinese incense burner, 4.5cm tall - Sold for £1,000

After Jospeh Lorenzl, 1892-1950, bronzed white metal figural centrepiece, in the form of a female dancer, on a green onyx dished oval base, signed, 39cm tall - Sold for £1,150

A large patinated bronze figure group of a horse and jockey, on a naturalistic base, 91cm high - Sold for £1,050

An 18th century Chinese black lacquer and gilt decorated tea caddy, with an engraved pewter fitted interior, 28cm - Sold for £400

A table globe, inscribed The New Twelve Inch British Terrestrial Globe, dated 1800 by W & S Jones, Holborn, London, on a turned mahogany tripod stand, inset with a compass, 60cm tall - Sold for £3,200

A 19th century mahogany cased 'Luzo' detective plate camera, bearing a label for J. Robinson & Sons, 172 Regent Street, London, stamped H. J. Redding No. 17328 patent 734, 17cm - Sold for £680

Edward Light of London, (1747-1832), a Regency harp lute, the black lacquered body gilt penwork decorated with trailing fruiting vine, with fret carved sound hole, mounted on a rectangular gilt plinth, inscribed 'E. Light, Inventor and Professor of the British Lute, 38 Berner Street, London, N11', circa 1815, 79cm high. The harp lute was invented by Edward Light in 1798 - Sold for £680

A collection of seven 19th century continental carved oak roundels, each depicting a religious scene, each 26cm diameter - Sold for £1,500

A continental bronze figure of a young lady, wearing a flowing dress and holding a fan, after Wagner, signed to base, 48cm high - Sold for £280

An early 20th century Chinese embroidered silk panel, depicting a tree sprouting from a rock, amongst birds, deer and blossom, 71 x 54cm, mounted on an early 20th century pole screen - Sold for £550

An Arts and Crafts brass and copper ceiling light, in the manner of W.A.S. Benson, of flower-head shape with three protruding buds, 36cm diameter - Sold for £360

Walter Furlan, b.1931, Omaggio D Picasso, a Murano coloured glass sculpture, modelled as the abstract head of a lady, signed and inscribed, 43cm tall - Sold for £1,650

An Arts and Crafts brass adjustable desk/wall light, by W.A.S. Benson, with a green bud shaped glass shade, on a heart shaped base, stamped BENSON, approx. 29cm tall - Sold for £420

A large Whitefriars style Indigo Banjo vase, No.9681, designed by Geoffrey Baxter circa 1967, unmarked, 32cm tall - Sold for £800

A Lalique opalescent glass 'Prunes' vase, designed 1930, etched R. Lalique to base, 17cm tall - Sold for £2,000

A Paul Ysart glass butterfly paperweight, 5cm tall, together with another similar - Sold for £400

An Arts and Crafts copper hanging lantern, by W.A.S. Benson, suspended from three chains, with six stylised petal shaped shades, having a cauldron shaped reservoir below, marked Benson and Co., 82cm tall overall - Sold for £9,500

An Arts and Crafts brass oil lamp, by W.A.S. Benson, with an opaline frilled glass shade and Messengers patent copper reservoir, on an angular support and hexagonal base, stamped Benson, 65cm tall overall - Sold for £580

A rare late 18th century creamware stirrup cup, naturalistically modelled in the form of a fox head, inscribed 'Talli O' to the collar, 12cm long - Sold for £950

An early 20th century rosewood continental harp, numbered 1063, 181cm tall, in a fitted case - Sold for £1,450

A Louis Vuitton travelling trunk - £11,200

A collection of Chinese bronzes, to include a trio of cranes, together with two crabs and a gold splashed censor (4), largest 6cm high - Sold for £270

A pair of Japanese bronze figural bookends, in the form a Japanese couple, wearing traditional dress, signed to base, 18cm high - Sold for £230

A collection of seven 19th century continental carved oak roundels, each depicting a religious scene, each 26cm diameter - Sold for £1,500