Naval General Service Medal, 1847, named to Thomas Lemon. 1st Lieut. R.M., with one clasp Trafalgar.
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)
A Georgian multi gem Ring, set with two vertical diamonds between a garnet and diamond with an emerald on each shoulder, all closed back, the shoulders of the ridged shank engraved, unmarked, Size L, in fitted case, circa 1830's.
An 18ct gold Hunter Pocket Watch, key wound, the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds, engraved gilt movement no.71152, curvee cover also marked 18ct, the plain case with faint engine turned decoration and vacant cartouche, subsidiary seconds dial lacks hand, approximately 5cm diameter, gross weight 90g.
A Jaeger Le Coultre Atmos Clock, the 10.75cm white chapter ring with Arabic numerals enclosing an open centre, serial number 331179, in gilt brass glazed case, 22cm high, within original case.
A Chinese export silver three piece Tea Set, by Wang Hing, Canton, of circular form with 'bamboo' stylised handls, the teapot handle hinged, each chased with a single scrolling dragon, the sugar bowl and cream jug with gilded interiors, all engraved with a monogram, all marked on the bases 'WH90' and with character marks, the teapot with handle raised 6½in (16.5cm) high, approx total weight 26ozt (3)
An Art Deco style diamond Dress Ring, the front vertically off set with three baguette diamonds, the shoulders with seven small diamonds, all mounted in platinum, Size L½, approx total weight 3.8g.
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.
A George IV gold Sovereign, shield-back, dated 1826.
An Elizabeth I West Country silver seal top Spoon, by John Jones, Exeter, circa 1576, town mark in bowl, 'I' and 'Ions' on stem with informal date letter 'B', some scratches to the hexagonal seal top, 6¼in (16cm) long, 1.21ozt. See T.Kent 'West Country Silver Spoons and their Makers', page 104 which describes Jones as 'One of the most important and successful provincial goldsmiths of his epoch'.