Antiques & Interiors including Antiquities: Friday 15 April 2016 09:30AM

No. Lots Per Page: 

Viewing: Wednesday 13 April 9am-5pm, Thursday 14 April 9am-6pm and morning of sale from 7am

Live bidding is available at www.the-saleroom.com

Please refer to our terms of business regarding availability of telephone bidding, additional image requests and condition reports

Please note: Lots 1000 onwards will be sold from 10.30am in the Middle Saleroom

Catalogue Search

Lots 1 to 50 of 976


Lot 1 Thumbnail

Lot 1

A Chinese Ming style painted terracotta figure of a Mairen or beauty, 28cm high; together with a Chinese Ming style ginger jar and another figure (3)

Estimate: £80-120

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 2 Thumbnail

Lot 2

A Neolithic Sub-Saharan African carved stone bangle, 9.9cm dia

Estimate: £30-50

Sold: £40
More Details

Lot 3 Thumbnail

Lot 3

A Chinese twin-handled grey-painted terracotta vessel in the Han style, Ming dynasty or later, twin bossed design, 17.5cm high

Estimate: £300-400

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 4 Thumbnail

Lot 4

A Hellenistic model of Leda and the Swan, in deep relief , 20cm high

Estimate: £200-300

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 5 Thumbnail

Lot 5

A Roman bronze model of an eagle resting on a boar's head, 2nd century, 5.4cm high (bronze only)

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £280
More Details

Lot 6 Thumbnail

Lot 6

A Roman model of a horse, 2nd/3rd century AD, 5cm wide

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £200
More Details

Lot 7 Thumbnail

Lot 7

A Hellenistic bronze model of a bi-ped hoof, modelled in the round, retaining original iron rivet, 6.5cm wide

Estimate: £200-300

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 8 Thumbnail

Lot 8

A Greek bronze horse modelled in the round, 1st/2nd century BC, 5cm wide

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £250
More Details

Lot 9 Thumbnail

Lot 9

A superb Roman bronze model of a ram, possibly Roman, 2nd-3rd century AD, 6.3cm wide

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £550
More Details

Lot 10 Thumbnail

Lot 10

A Roman bronze fragment of a handle, 1st/2nd century AD with a pair of bronze tweezers and a bronze Byzantine cross, largest item 8cm high

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £100
More Details

Lot 11 Thumbnail

Lot 11

A Roman terracotta jug 3rd/5th century AD, 10cm high, together with a Roman terracotta oil lamp 2nd/3rd century AD and two further ancient Roman vessels

Estimate: £300-400

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 12 Thumbnail

Lot 12

A Roman glass jug, circa 2nd-3rd century AD, 9.5cm high, a Roman glass alabastron of similar date; together with three further glass vessels

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £500
More Details

Lot 13 Thumbnail

Lot 13

A Roman high carat gold baby's ring, along with a further Roman gold pendant in the form of a chest

Estimate: £180-220

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 14 Thumbnail

Lot 14

A heavy Roman silver ring, along with a further bronze spiral designed ring

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £300
More Details

Lot 15 Thumbnail

Lot 15

A Hellenistic or Roman dark blue glass alabastron, 8.5cm high, with a Roman glass bottle and further vessel, 1st/2nd century AD

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £280
More Details

Lot 16 Thumbnail

Lot 16

A Roman style copper alloy boar fibula, 3.2cm wide with a Roman silvered bronze bird fibula, further Roman fittings and weights, largest 5.7cm high

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £300
More Details

Lot 17 Thumbnail

Lot 17

A Roman bronze imperial model of an eagle, wings spread, 1st/3rd century AD, 5.1cm wide

Estimate: £150-250

Sold: £140
More Details

Lot 18 Thumbnail

Lot 18

A Greek miniature pottery tazza, 3rd-4th century BC, 9cm wide, together with an Apulian style miniature amphoriskos, together with a similar oinochoe, with a 19th century Attic style footed plate and a further cover (4)

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £380
More Details

Lot 19 Thumbnail

Lot 19

A Greek archaic terracotta model of a ram, in stylised form, circa 4th-6th century BC, 10cm wide; a further model of a ram of ancient style and an archaic period relief figural plaque (3)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £320
More Details

Lot 20 Thumbnail

Lot 20

A European Iron Age Hallstatt bronze knife blade circa 800-600 BC, the blade curved and handle of pierced form, 15cm long, together with a Phoenician iron arrow-head, 5cm wide (2)

Estimate: £250-350

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 21 Thumbnail

Lot 21

A Chinese bronze Warring States period short sword and dagger, circa 400-200 BC, the handle with double knops and wide terminus, the blade tapering to the point, length 25cm

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £380
More Details

Lot 22 Thumbnail

Lot 22

A Chinese Han Dynasty terracotta model of a recumbent bovine, circa 200BC-200AD, 18cm wide; together with another similar, 17cm wide (2)

Estimate: £300-500

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 23 Thumbnail

Lot 23

An unusual Chinese Han Dynasty model of a chicken, circa 200BC-200AD, traces of polychrome and stylised form, 9cm wide

Estimate: £180-220

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 24 Thumbnail

Lot 24

An Egyptian carved wooden model of a slave, Late Period circa 6th-3rd century BC, with articulated arms, polychrome decoration and raised on a plinth, 12cm high; together with an Egyptian carved wooden ushabti, possibly ancient, with script decoration to the front, 18cm high (2)

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £600
More Details

Lot 25 Thumbnail

Lot 25

An Egyptian funerary carved limestone statue of a Queen, Intermediate Period, circa 1500-500BC, wearing stylised wig with polychrome decoration and raised on rectangular plinth, fragmentary, 14cm high

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £400
More Details

Lot 26 Thumbnail

Lot 26

A Chinese Han style monochrome brown pottery vase, possibly late Ming Dynasty, having tapering top with twin handles, baluster body raised on circular foot, bearing marks to base, 15cm high

Estimate: £200-300

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 27 Thumbnail

Lot 27

An Egyptian bronze model of the child Horus Harpocrates circa 600-300BC, Late Period, with typical side-lock of hair, raised on integral plinth, 7.5cm high

Estimate: £180-220

Sold: £190
More Details

Lot 28 Thumbnail

Lot 28

An Egyptian miniature blue faience amulet of Anubis, Late Period, circa 600-30 BC, wearing royal feathers and bi-partite headdress, 4cm high; together with an Egyptian blue faience figure in the style of the Third Intermediate Period circa 1700 BC; a further Grand Tour soapstone scarab; a miniature Egyptian faience figure of Bastet and two further votives (6)

Estimate: £350-450

Sold: £1300
More Details

Lot 29 Thumbnail

Lot 29

A Pre-Columbian La Tolita terracotta fragmentary head circa 100BC-100AD, raised on a wooden plinth, total height 9.5cm; together with a similar smaller head, total height on plinth 6.5cm (2)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £90
More Details

Lot 30 Thumbnail

Lot 30

A Pre-Columbian black glazed terracotta pipe modelled as a stylised crocodile, possibly Chimu Peru, circa 800-1200 AD, 17cm long

Estimate: £180-220

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 31 Thumbnail

Lot 31

A Chinese Ming miniature Vung Tau cargo miniature blue and white bottle vase, 18th century or earlier, 5cm high; and a Nanking cargo miniature blue and white tea bowl and saucer (3)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £140
More Details

Lot 32 Thumbnail

Lot 32

A Syrian painted terracotta bottle, circa 8th-10th century AD, having stylised bands of polychrome decoration, 18cm high; together with a further Syrian vase with polychrome decoration, 11cm high; and an early plate fragment (3)

Estimate: £200-300

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 33 Thumbnail

Lot 33

An early terracotta vessel, possibly Bronze Age, with continuous stylised geometric decoration and of circular bulbous form, 10cm dia

Estimate: £150-250

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 34 Thumbnail

Lot 34

A Roman decorated bronze spatula, circa 1st-2nd century AD, 20cm long; together with further bronze tools and implements, possibly medical (4)

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £100
More Details

Lot 35 Thumbnail

Lot 35

A Persian painted and glazed terracotta model of a bird, 12th-13th century style and of Seljuk form, 7cm wide

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £70
More Details

Lot 36 Thumbnail

Lot 36

A Roman bronze variegated green glass cabochon mounted brooch, circa 2nd-3rd century AD, 3cm long of oval form; together with a Celtic bronze buckle, the head of rectangular form, approx 3.5cm wide (2)

Estimate: £100-200

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 37 Thumbnail

Lot 37

A heavy Roman silver military buckle circa 2nd century AD, retaining original fastener, the attachment with four integral rivets, 4.5cm wide

Estimate: £100-150

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 38 Thumbnail

Lot 38

A fine Viking period rope twist lady's bangle, circa 8th-12th century AD, 5.7cm wide; together with two Roman bronze buckles with fittings(3)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £70
More Details

Lot 39 Thumbnail

Lot 39

A walnut container with miniature knives having gilt decorated band, 4cm wide

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £220
More Details

Lot 40 Thumbnail

Lot 40

A Tudor iron dagger with brass mounted wooden handle, circa 1500-1600 AD, length 20cm

Estimate: £180-220

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 41 Thumbnail

Lot 41

A large Egyptian cast bronze figure of the youthful Isis, Late to Ptolemaic period 664-30 BC, modelled in the round, seated and with typical side lock of hair and finger to mouth, wearing an elaborate uraei over crown, on wooden base, 18cm high, (a.f.) damaged and losses, with further small fragmentary ancient Egyptian Horus, also late period, 8cm high

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £250
More Details

Lot 42 Thumbnail

Lot 42

An Etrsucan style bronze figure of a male, probably 19th Century, modelled in the round and raised upon integral wooden plinth, the base with sticker 'Ancient Roman 1 cent Earl of Swansea coll..'19cm high

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £200
More Details

Lot 43 Thumbnail

Lot 43

A pair of Roman bronze hydria handles, circa 100 BC-100 AD, each handle shaped and with cast bead decoration, the mounts with two grotesque faces, each mount 10.5cm high

Note: Hydria were ancient three handled vessels that held water. They had two side handles for lifting (as in this lot) and a long handle for pouring from the vessel.

Estimate: £400-600

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 44 Thumbnail

Lot 44

A Roman cast bronze piriform oil lamp, circa 1st-2nd century AD, the handle now missing, raised upon flared base, 13cm wide

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £70
More Details

Lot 45 Thumbnail

Lot 45

A Roman bronze weight, circa 1st century AD, of flared form now missing lead, 5cm high, bears label 'Ancient Roman 1st Cent. Found Thames at Greenwich', with two further Roman bronze circular fittings (3)

Estimate: £80-120

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 46 Thumbnail

Lot 46

A Roman bronze bracket with decorated handle like supports, circa 1st-2nd century AD, the shaped rectangular top with bead and egg decoration to edge, the handle like supports fluted and terminating in roundels with flutes, 10.5cm wide

Estimate: £200-300

NOT SOLD
More Details

Lot 47 Thumbnail

Lot 47

A Greek or Roman stucco head of a Godess, modelled in the round , having centrally parted hair and elaborate head-dress, 8.5cm high

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £100
More Details

Lot 48 Thumbnail

Lot 48

A Greek archaic terracotta model of a man, circa 300-500 BC, modelled in deep three-dimensional relief, raised on integral plinth, 16cm high

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £70
More Details

Lot 49 Thumbnail

Lot 49

An Egyptian terracotta model of Isis holding the baby Horus, late period 664-30 BC, modelled in the round, with detailed wig, 12cm high

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £100
More Details

Lot 50 Thumbnail

Lot 50

An Egyptian carved wooden model of Horus as a falcon, Late to Ptolemaic period circa 664-30 BC, carved in the round and likely from a sarcophagus, 17.5cm wide

Note: Egyptians believed that the pharoah was the living incarnation of the sky God Horus

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £200
More Details