An 18ct gold gents open faced Chronograph Pocket Watch, by McInnes Bros. Glasgow & Newcastle, the enamel dial with Roman numeral chapter ring, the signed movement inscribed 'McInnes Brothers Glasgow & Newcastle on Tyne, Watchmakers to H.R.H. The Prince of Wales' and numbered 23444, the back engraved with 'CR' monogram, 2?in (54mm) diameter, gross weight 150g.
An attractive Edwardian seed pearl and diamond Hinged Bangle, the front set with a central flowerhead with diamond centre, with six seed pearls around, and with graduated leaves set seed pearls on either side, all set on four yellow gold wirework sections, with integral snap, tests as probably 15ct gold, approx total weight 32.7g, in fitted blue leather case.
Attrib. to Joseph Daniel (British, 1758-1803), a miniature portrait of a lady, oval, watercolour, in a gilt metal frame with hair plait reverse, 2in (5cm) high, together with Sotheby Bearne / Bath City Council paperwork, dated 1978, relating to the miniature portrait.
A George III oak Housekeepers Cupboard, the two fielded panel doors with mahogany banding opening to expose shelved interior, flanked by chamfered mahogany insets, upon three fielded panel drawers, the central one of smaller size, all fitted with turned handles, upon a further two doors, also enclosing shelved interior, raised on shaped apron and bracket feet, 66in (168cm) wide x 20in (51cm) deep x 78in (198cm) high
A mid 20thC Ercol light elm plank top extending Dining Table, of rounded rectangular form, with splayed tapering supports, 60in (153cm) long (88½in (224cm) when extended), 32½in (82.5cm) wide, with blue holographic sticker, together with a set of six Ercol ash and elm hoop and stick back dining chairs, one with holographic sticker (7)
A Palais Royale style paste Necklace, set with eight open scroll links each set two pink pastes and seed pearl, two further links with paste drops, two others similar with green paste beneath, with a foliate centrepiece of pink pastes surrounded by seed pearls and with a green and pink paste drop, all mounted in unmarked silver, circa 1900.
Oliver Clare (British, 1853-1927), Still Life of Apples, Grapes, Plums and Raspberries, and a companion picture, Still Life of Primroses, Primula and Pansies, on mossy banks, a pair, oil on canvas, signed bottom right, 20in x 16in (51cm x 40.5cm), framed (2)
Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, a good mahogany three-train chiming longcase clock, the 12in brass arched dial with silvered chapter ring and decorative spandrels, signed Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, 112 Regent Street, London, with subsidiary seconds dial and chime/silent subsidiary dial to the arch, the substantial movement playing on four small gongs and striking on a larger gong, the case with long door and swan-neck hood with brass-capped columns, 85in (216cm) high, with pendulum, three weights and winding key.
An early 20thC oak industrial Card Index Chest, the three quarter gallery upon the forty-five drawers of identical size, each bearing brass fittings for cards with handle incorporated, the sides with incised panels, 41½in (105cm) wide x 13in (33cm) deep x 68in (173cm) high.
An Art Deco ruby and diamond Ring, the central ruby, circa 1½ct set with two smaller rubies tapering into the shoulders, the whole surrounded with a small diamond border, all mounted in unmarked white gold, Size L.