Vintage Costume, Textiles, Dolls & Teddy Bears: Saturday 22 November 2014 10:30AM

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A Victorian Fortune Telling Doll, with china head and bisque lower arms, mounted on a skirt of folded coloured paper leaves, each handwritten with a prediction for the future, under glass dome on an ebonised circular plinth, actual doll height 17cm, including base and dome, 28cm

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £600
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Lot 2

19th Century Automaton of a Dancing Girl with Tambourine, possibly French with a bisque socket head, side glancing brown eyes, cotton eyelashes, pierced ears, open mouth, original wig, with a bisque chest, lower arms and legs, wearing a 'silvered' colour satin dress with long sleeves, pleated skirt, bolero type jacket with pom pom fringing, silk shoes and stockings, on a raised velvet mounted square base with canted corners, with key, base 18.5cm by 18.5cm by 10cm, overall height 54cm, height of doll 42cm, in original wooden crate

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £950
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Lot 3

Late 19th Century Jumeau Bisque Socket Head Automaton Doll stamped to the back of her head in red 'Tete Jumeau' and '1', on a bisque shoulders, blonde wig, fixed blue eyes, closed mouth, pierced ears, with a red velvet dress and lace bodice on a velvet mounted base, red cotton stockings and silk shoes, her head and arms move to the music, actual height of doll 36cm, and including base 46cm

Estimate: £700-1000

Sold: £950
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Lot 4

Early 19th Century Carved Rocking Horse with brown leather ears, painted brown with painted bridle and eyes, real hair tail, on a green painted rocker base, height from top of ear to floor 77cm, length from end to end of the rocker 125cm

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £120
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Lot 5

Modern Painted Dapple Grey Rocking Horse on treadle base, with tan leather tack, real mane and tail, 143cm long and 126cm high

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £380
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Lot 6

Late 19th/Early 20th Century Rambler Baby Carriages Ltd Dapple Grey Rocking Horse on a treadle base, with leather tack, bearing a trade label 'BCU Liverpool, Rambler' 113cm long, 93cm from top of ear to floor

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £380
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Lot 7

Large Early 20th Century Bear on Wheels 'Carson', bearing button to his left ear, yellow plush, stitched nose and claws, on iron wheels and frame, 115cm long, 80cm high, 40cm wide
Possibly made as a shop advertising bear

Estimate: £500-600

Sold: £450
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Lot 8

Piece of Fortuny Printed Fabric on a terracotta ground, stamped to the edge in black 'SOC,AN,FORTUNY', 125cm by 130cm

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £200
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Lot 9

Circa 1820 Patchwork and Embroidered Quilt, incorporating printed cottons in pink and blue, with tulip and floral bouquet silk embroidery to the central star shape, on a white cotton backing, 248cm by 258cm

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £300
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Lot 10

19th Century Scottish Patchwork Quilt, signed in black cross stitch to the reverse 'M A Clark 1838', incorporating geometric shapes including zig zags, hexagons, triangles, rectangles with a central flower head applique bound with braid, 230cm by 250cm
This quilt won a prize and had the honour of being displayed in the local haberdashery shop

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £700
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Lot 11

Mid 19th Century Patchwork Coverlet of 'Mosaic' Design, on cream ground with diamond patches and appliqued flower head to the centre in red paisley, 210cm by 210cm

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £700
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Lot 12

Late 19th Century Turkey Red Paisley 'Marriage' Quilt, appliqued with red panels embroidered in white cross stitch including, 'The Lords Prayer' followed by 'Hannah Bradshaw Born at Kingsley December 8th 1863', and a panel to celebrate her marriage 'This Quilt was presented to Hannah Bradshaw on her marriage with William Carr by her mother E Bradshaw, Kingsley May 1895. Those whom God hath joined together let no man put asunder, Amen', and panels with other religious verses, striped and patched reverse, 155cm by 200cm

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £280
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Lot 13

19th Century Eastbourne Baptist Church Bible Signature Quilt, comprising red and white square patchworks embroidered in the contrasting colour with bible quotes, many signed or initialled by the embroiderer, 143cm by 210cm

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £280
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Lot 14

19th Century Patchwork 'Wedding' Quilt worked in coloured silks and brocades within a brown and cream border, with heart and cross appliques and central applique flower head, with a white cotton reverse, 230cm by 205cm

Estimate: £180-220

NOT SOLD
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Lot 15

A 19th Century Patchwork Reversible Quilt, incorporating a large number of differing fabric designs contemporary to this period, 245cm by 195cm

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £170
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Lot 16

19th Century Turkey Red and White 'Temperance' Quilt, appliqued with 'T' overall, on a white damask ground and red trimmed border, 220cm by 210cm; 19th Century Turkey Red and White Applique Coverlet, with large snowflake applique to the centre with an applique border, damask cotton ground and red cotton gathered trims 238cm by 215cm (2)

The Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) was founded in 1874 in Cleveland, Ohio, they produced 'Temperance' quilts to show solidarity and raise funds to promote the prohibition of alcoholic beverages.

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £200
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Lot 17

Late 19th Century Patchwork Quilt of geometric design in coloured cottons on a mauve floral ground with a brown floral reverse, 195cm by 200cm

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £130
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Lot 18

Late 19th Century Patchwork Quilt on a cream floral sprigged cotton ground, decorated with geometric and heart style shapes in coloured cottons within a blue and white star border trim, 180cm by 195cm

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £100
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Lot 19

Late 19th Century Documentary 'Miners' Quilt with central printed panel depicting five miners in black and white, within an oval cartouche with the words 'What can they do without us' on a red ground, miners shovels and tools printed to each corner 60cm by 50cm, on a pink and blue cotton quilted patchwork, 200cm by 200cm

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £140
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Lot 20

18th Century Bed Drapes and Cover Belonging to Lady Fagg, including Two Pairs of 18th Century Linen Curtains embroidered in coloured silks depicting floral motifs, lined with linen, 150cm by 275cm and 200cm by 275cm; Matching Bed Cover embroidered with baskets and ribbon tied bouquets of decorative coloured flowers, the hems are in a similar style to the curtains, 165cm by 200cm, it is thought that Lady Fagg embroidered the drapes herself.

Provenance
; Sarah Ward was born in 1710. She married Robert Fagg at York Minster in 1729. Robert Fagg inherited the baronetcy in 1736 but died in 1740 with no issue.
Lady Fagg remarried in 1748 to Roger Talbot of Wood End in the County of York (Roger Talbot died in 1778) but she retained the name of her first husband and was styled Lady Fagg.
Lady Fagg was the great aunt of Sarah Ward who married Cornelius Cayley in 1784. They lived with Lady Fagg following their marriage until her death in 1791.
The curtains and quilt were lent by the Bishop of Gloucester, Arthur Cayley Headlam, for exhibition at The Bowes Museum in 1931.
The current vendors are the Great Great Great Grand Children of Cornelius Cayley and Sarah Ward.

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £1800
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Lot 21

Treen Sewing Accessories From a Collection Formed by the Late Mr Tom Heginbotham of Grimsargh, Preston including two Mauchlineware circular string holders, one on three ball feet with views of 'Helensburgh' 'Gare-Loch Head' 10cm by 10cm, another smaller view of 'Ynys-Y-Maengwyn' 8.5cm by 8.5cm, two hinged boxes one with a pin cushion top 'View from Castle Walk Richmond' 9cm by 7cm by 6.5cm, another with red velvet lined interior 'Coniston Lake' 10cm by 5cm by 6.5cm, miniature cradle 'Burns Cottage, 12cm by 8cm and a bodkin/embroidery tool holder 'High Street Belfast' 24cm by 2cm (6)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £60
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Lot 22

Treen Sewing Accessories From a Collection Formed by the Late Mr Tom Heginbotham of Grimsargh, Preston including a Mauchlineware circular string holder with views of 'West Bay Dunoon' 9.5cm by 9.5cm, small hinged box with a view of 'White Rock Place Hastings' 8cm by 4cm by 5cm, two with lift off covers, 'The Poppin Stone, Gilsland' 13cm by 4cm by 6cm, 'Lodore Waterfall' 9.5cm by 6cm by 4cm, cylindrical box and cover printed with Abbeys and Cathedrals, bearing a paper label to the base 'J P Westhead & Co Manchester' 6.5cm by 6cm, a bodkin/embroidery tool holder 'The Old Bridge Berwick' 24cm by 2cm, and a pair of glove stretchers 'Giants Causeway' 20cm (7)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £50
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Lot 23

Treen Sewing Accessories From a Collection Formed by the Late Mr Tom Heginbotham of Grimsargh, Preston including a Mauchlineware Hinged Box, decorated with 'A Welsh Market Scene', 18cm by 6cm by 12cm; Five Items of Fernware including a circular spool box, 12cm diameter, cylindrical thread holder, 8cm high by 5cm diameter, cylindrical bodkin holder, 13.5cm by 3cm diameter, small needle book and pin cushion (6)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £70
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Lot 24

Treen Sewing Accessories From a Collection Formed by the Late Mr Tom Heginbotham of Grimsargh, Preston including two Mauchlineware egg shaped spool or thimble holders 'Views of Tynemouth Castle' and 'Windermere', 7cm and 8cm high, cylindrical bodkin holder 'Thirlmere' 9cm by 3cm, another similar on turned base with fern painted decoration, 7cm by 4cm, drum shaped thread holder, views of 'Dover Court' 5cm by 5.5cm, another smaller 'View of Tynemouth Castle' 5cm by 4cm, needle holder 'Vale of Keswick and Skiddaw' 8cm by 1.5cm (7)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £80
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Lot 25

Early 20th Century Tradesman's Sample Ledger including coloured strands of wool, striped wool flannels, herringbones etc, 35cm by 52cm

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £70
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Lot 26

Early 20th Century Tradesman Sales Ledger enclosing crochet samples, another similar with woven net samples and three smaller books with crochet samples etc (5)

Estimate: £100-150

NOT SOLD
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Lot 27

Continental Miniature Silver Gilt Necessaire of oval from with a hinged cover, decorated with green enamel and hand painted with gilt swags, enclosing seven silver gilt miniature accessories (one missing), 5cm

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £400
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Lot 28

A 19th Century Tortoiseshell Sewing Case with hinged lid, ivory mounts and silver stringing, enclosing a red silk needle case, leather mounted mirror, note card, later pencil, bodkin and thimble, in a red velvet and silk lined interior, 7.5cm by 11cm by 6.5cm

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £400
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Lot 29

Late 19th Century Brass W Avery & Son 'Postal Weight' Needle Case, with hinged sides and base, chased decoration and handle to top,

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £110
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Lot 30

French Early 19th Century Straw Work Needle Case comprising a striped sleeve with five shaped apertures, enclosing a folding straw mounted case inlaid with five decorative motifs including a quiver of arrows, anchor and floral motifs, with folded white paper to the inside, 23cm by 4cm; Another Similar with a red, yellow and cream straw striped sleeve, inscribed to the inside 'given me by Fanny Moberly at Norman C*** Barracks October 18th 1811 when we stand there in our way to Thirsk from Wanstead with John and William to see you', 23cm by 4cm cm (2)

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £250
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Lot 31

18th Century Cream Silk Pin Cushion 'You'r welcome here, My Little Dear' dated 1787, with cream silk fringing, 15cm by 10cm
Provenance:
This cushion was made in celebration of the birth of Cornelius and Sarah Cayley's daughter Anne Elizabeth who was the Great Great Grandmother of the vendors.

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £400
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Lot 32

Early 20th Century Decorative Tape Lace Cloth with central rectangular detailing of floral motifs, surrounded by classical style figures within a foliate border, 150cm by 280cm

Estimate: £300-500

NOT SOLD
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Lot 33

19th Century Mixed Brussels Lace Shawl with foliate motifs, 230cm by 50cm (stitched to a modern backing cloth)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £380
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Lot 34

Late 19th Century Nottingham Lace Shawl of triangular form, 266cm by 130cm (stitched to a modern backing cloth)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £190
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Lot 35

19th Century Brussels Bobbin and Needle Lace Flounce with foliate motifs and scalloped hem, 320cm by 25cm

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £320
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Lot 36

A Brooch, by Trifari, in the form of a leaf, set with pink faceted stones, measures 7cm by 3cm, and Two Pairs of Earrings, by Trifari, also set with pink stones, with clip-on fittings; A Brooch and Earring Set, by Trifari, as stylised vine and grapes, set with faux pearls, brooch measures 4.1cm by 5.7cm, the earrings with clip-on fittings, and A Brooch, by Trifari, in a teardrop form, set with faux pearls, measures 4cm by 5.2cm

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £70
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Lot 37

A Small Quantity of Jewellery, including a yellow paste brooch, Christian Dior by Kramer, a pair of earrings by Schiaparelli, each set with two blue cabochons and an iridescent paste stone, with clip-on fittings, and an opalescent necklace, of graduated beads knotted to a paste set bow shaped clasp, Christian Dior by Mitchel Maer (3)

Estimate: £100-150

NOT SOLD
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Lot 38

Circa 1980's Fashion Illustration Sketch worked in black pen, written in pencil 'P23/24 Pringle' signed by Jan Langan, 32cm by 47cm; Five Other Sketches/Illustrations by the same artist featuring mainly evening wear, differing sizes; Farmers Spring 1938 Fashion Preview in a printed card envelope, including a printed preview of fabrics and fashion styles, 16cm by 11cm (7)

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £60
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Lot 39

Circa 1930's Stylish Black and Silver Evening Shawl with tassel trim, 90cm by 90cm (excluding trim)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £180
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Lot 40

Victorian Oval Beadwork Stand of floral design, within an ebonised and gilt mounted frame, 60cm by 26cm; Similar Beadwork Stand with floral decoration, within a walnut stand with gilt metal handles and bun feet, 55cm by 30cm (2)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £60
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Lot 41

Hammered Silver Tear Drop Shaped Scent Bottle and Cover, marks rubbed, makers mark 'GW', no glass stopper, 10cm; another Victorian Silver Scent Bottle of similar shape, with floral engraved decoration and glass stopper, stamped Birmingham, makers mark 'LG', 8.5cm (2)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £110
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Lot 42

Georgian Cut Glass Scent Bottle with a silver mount to one side, enclosing a blue enamel oval 'L'Amitie' with silver top and glass stopper, 11cm; Late Victorian Silver Cylindrical Scent Bottle with hinged cover, etched decoration, G E Walton & Co, Birmingham, 1900, 7.2cm

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £170
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Lot 43

Victorian Silver Cylindrical Scent Bottle with chased decoration depicting birds and flowers, hinged lid, lacking glass stopper, Sampson & Mordan Co, London, 1896, 7cm

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £140
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Lot 44

Victorian Silver Cylindrical Hinged Scent Bottle of wrythen form, lacking glass stopper by Sampson & Mordan Co, London, 1894, 6cm; Victorian Turquoise Faceted Scent Bottle with silver hinged mount and internal stopper, un marked, 8cm (2)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £170
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Lot 45

Victorian Silver Cylindrical Scent Bottle with incised rose decoration, hinged cover, internal glass stopper, George Howson, London, 1885, 6.5cm; Silver Heart Shaped Scent Bottle and Stopper decorated with a shamrock inlaid with agate, attached chain, J Cook & Sons, Birmingham, 1901, 4cm by 5cm (2)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £200
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Lot 46

Victorian Silver Scent Bottle Cover with hinged lid enclosing a glass scent bottle and stopper, marked W.C, London, 1900, 8cm by 5.5cm; Blue Glass Tear Drop Shaped Scent Bottle with metal mount and glass internal stopper, 11cm; Continental Yellow Overlay Cut Glass Scent Bottle with yellow enamel and silver mounted cover (stamped 935), with tassel trim, in card case, 8.5cm (3)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £170
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Lot 47

Victorian Egg Shaped Painted Porcelain Scent Bottle with silver mount, painted in speckled blues, bearing a registration mark to the base, Birmingham, marks rubbed, 6.5cm by 3.5cm; Victorian Silver Cylindrical Scent Bottle with hinged cover, internal glass stopper, chased decoration, J H W Son & Ltd, Birmingham, 1907, 6cm; smaller similar Silver Cylindrical Scent Bottle, CM, Birmingham, 1888, 4.5cm; Continental Silver Heart Shaped Scent Bottle with stopper, etched 'Esme', 4.5cm by 5cm (4)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £200
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Lot 48

19th Century Venetian Coloured Glass Scent Bottle possibly Murano, decorated with the portrait heads of Italian Rulers within blue, green and gold, no stopper, 6.5cm

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £250
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Lot 49

19th Century Venetian Coloured Glass Scent Bottle with brass mount and chain, missing glass stopper, 7.5cm; Another Similar with corked stopper, 8.5cm, both possibly by Murano

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £80
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Lot 50

Victorian Cut Glass Cornucopia Scent Bottle with hinged brass mount, lacking internal stopper, 16cm; Amber Glass Cornucopia Scent Bottle with painted decoration, brass mount, with stopper and chain, 9cm (2)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £160
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