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150 A pair of Gothic Revival brass candelabra, circa 1880, with three sconces, cast brass design with grotesque beasts, raised on a tapering square-section base pierced with foliate design, on a spreading plinth base, 30cm high (2) £80-120 £100
151 A Gothic Revival stained glass window design, circa 1880, charcoal and pastel, depicting Mary holding the infant Christ and the verse ''Because of the tender mercy of our God'', mounted and in an oak frame, image 135.5cm x 32cm £150-200 £440
152 A Gothic Revival stained oak hall chair, circa 1880, the panel back applied with armorial shield, surround by incised floral motifs and inlaid chevron banding, the boarded seat supported by x-frame supports joined by a stretcher, paper label 'Harris & Norton Bull Street, Birmingham', width 43cm, height 95.5cm. £60-80 £50
153 A pair of Aesthetic Movement brass andirons, circa 1880, the terminals with large sunflower motifs, the frames chased with sunflowers and leaves, 43cm high (2) £100-150 £120
154 A pair of Aesthetic Movement ebonised occasional tables, circa 1870, the octagonal tops raised on turned ringed supports joined by an under tier shelf and ringed cross-stretchers, on brass castors, width 69.5cm, height 64.5cm (2). £200-300  
155 A Moorish style walnut corner stand, circa 1900, in the manner of Liberty & Co., with gilt detailing, width 66cm, depth 35cm, height 91.5cm £300-400  
156 Two Arts and Crafts candlesticks, circa 1890, attributed to Dr. Christopher Dresser, copper and brass, one with ringed wood handle and stepped base, the other with straight handle and hemi-spherical base, no marks, 15.8cm high (2) £60-80 £55
157 An Arts and Crafts mantel clock, circa 1900, in the style of George Walton, the brass case with domed top above a rectangular body flanked by tall tapering square-section columns terminating with bun finials, circular white enamel dial with Roman numerals, above an inset oval Ruskin-style crystalline plaque, raised on four bun feet, 35cm high £1000-1500  
158 Two Arts and Crafts walnut candle stands, the rim of the drip trays and base plinths carved with scrolling leaf design, with turned columns, 51.2cm high (2) £60-80  
159 Three copper items from the Keswick School of Industrial Art, including a caddy with applied rope-twist detailing, bowl, and an oval tray, each with beaten finish, stamped 'KSIA KESWICK', caddy 11cm high, bowl 20.5cm diameter, tray 41.2cm x 25.5cm (3) £100-150 £120
160 An unusual Arts and Crafts beaten copper frame, circa 1890, embossed with large fleur-de-lys motifs to each corner, with an armorial shield to the top border, 81cm x 92cm £60-100 £140
161 An Arts and Crafts hall lantern, circa 1900, in the style of C.F.A.Voysey, with pierced heart design to the coppered metal frame, housing an opalescent glass cylindrical shade, suspended on a chain link, 34cm high £100-150 £100
162 An Arts and Crafts brass wall mirror, in the style of Liberty & Co., the oval frame with stylised roundels, 63cm x 52cm. £200-300  
163 An Arts and Crafts sideboard, circa 1900, in the Liberty style, the raised gallery with central leaded glazed cupboard flanked by open recesses above a mirrored back, above a rectangular surface above three drawers and a cupboard, raised on tapering supports, with wrought iron escutcheons and pulls, width 137cm, depth 54.5cm, height 177cm. £400-600  
164 An Arts and Crafts oak hall chair, circa 1900, the oak frame with vertical broad splat inlaid with stylised motif in fruit woods and pewter, maroon studded leather seat, 102cm high. £60-80 £38
165 An Arts and Crafts carved oak presentation plaque, circa 1920, the panel carved with the arms for the Wyggeston Grammar School for Girls, surrounded by Tudor rose motifs and trellis and date 1878, ivorine label to reverse stating 'Presented to the School April 1920 by Miss A. M. Garner, Art Mistress 1908-1920', 59cm x 68.5cm £100-150  
166 An unusual Doulton Lambeth stoneware lamp base, circa 1880, in the manner of Mark V. Marshall, the swollen body applied with shallow relief slipware panels of creatures including vultures, crows, and a snake capturing a mouse, the lamp converted for electricity, factory marks under mounts, no artist monogram, total height 45cm (including fitting). £150-200 £130
167 Two C.H.Brannam ''Barum Ware'' pottery foxes, circa 1900, each fox modelled curled into it's tail, in blue glaze, inscribed 'C.H.Brannam's Barum Ware No.115', 4.5cm high (2) £50-80 £65
168 A pair of C.H Brannam ''Barum Ware'' pottery vases, 1911, twin-handled, tubelined with stylised birds and roses, in tones of dark blue, inscribed 'C.H Brannam Barum 1911', 28.5cm high (2). £200-300 £210
169 A Heal & Sons Arts and Crafts oak sideboard, circa 1925, the central pair of cupboard doors with carved detailing, above three short drawers, flanked by further cupboards, turned pulls, applied circular label 'Heal & Sons Ltd. London W.', width 130cm, depth 46.5cm, height 106.5cm £400-600 £380
170 Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co., a cased set of 'Cymric' silver cake forks, Birmingham 1923, the handles terminating in stylised interlocking buds, in original fitted case. £200-300 £340
171 A pair of Robert ''Mouseman'' Thompson 3' headboards, purchased 2001, panelled oak, carved signature mice, width 91.5cm, height 95cm (2) £600-800  
172 A William Moorcroft for Macintyre Florian ware teapot and hot water jug, circa 1898, the broad field tubelined with blue Tulip flowers and foliage against a pale green ground, enclosed by borders of olive green and gilt highlights, both with printed Gesso Faience marks, teapot 13cm high, jug 17.5cm high. £200-300 £200
173 William Moorcroft for Macintyre, a Florian ware ''Blue Poppy'' jug, circa 1900, with hinged plated cover, printed Macintyre mark, 15cm high. £150-200 £280
174 William Moorcroft for Macintyre, a ''Rose Garland'' vase, circa 1905, of waisted form, the top band of flowers trailing down the body of the vessel, with gilt highlights, signed in green 'W.Moorcroft', printed Macintyre mark, impressed shape '286', 14.8cm high. £200-300 £360
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