Emmanuel Cooper (British; 1938-2012) a studio pottery Footed Bowl, of yellow ground with manganese rim, with seal mark to base, H 11cm x D 17.5cm.
A Charles I Briot’s 2nd milled issue Shilling, v/f.
Duncan Grant (British, 1885-1978), The Farm Lane, oil on canvas mounted on board, signed and dated '52 lower left, bears exhibition labels verso, 63.5cm x 53.5cm, framed. Provenance: Sotheby's Britwell House 20-22 March 1979, lot 246. Bears labels verso for Leicester Galleries, Leicester Square, London, May '57; and Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport (1953?). Consigned from a deceased estate, Mrs J B – a lady who lived about eight miles from Honiton; with her husband, they were a keen collectors of art.
H.M Queen Elizabeth II; A handwritten Letter with envelope dated March 31st 1952, on Clarence House headed note paper to Kate Day, Her Majesty's Milliner;
An antique graduated red paste Necklace, the oval facetted stone in closed back gilt metal mounts with integral clasp, 41cm long.
Duncan Grant (British, 1885-1978), Still life with Compotier, oil on canvas, signed "D. Grant" and dated lower right, 44.5cm x 58.5cm, framed.
An Elizabeth I milled Sixpence, dated 1562.
An early 20thC Chinese export silver three piece Tea Set, of cube form with rounded shoulders, hammered body with applied and embossed naturalistically modelled foliate decoration, twin bamboo scroll handles, the teapot with lift off cover and flower bud knop finial, with faux seal mark to body, character marks to base, teapot 14cm high, approx total weight 24.1ozt, milk jug with some dents and knocks (3)
A set of six Russian silver gilt and enamelled Spoons, four 88 zolotniki, two marked 84, 11cm long, total weight 3.25 (6)
A.E.Jones; An Edwardian silver Sugar Caster, hallmarked Birmingham, 1905, or lighthouse form with removable pierced cover, plain C handles, a spreading foot and with two collet set oval ruskin-style cabochons, 11.5cm high, 3.1ozt.