10 - A rare and important Liberty and Co Silver and gold tea caddy spoon. Circa 1897. SOLD to Liberty and Co, as shown on the front cover of the 1998 catalogue of the Liberty and Co Annual Selling Exhibition of Arts and Crafts design from 1860 to 1920.
12 - A silver bowl by Liberty and Co with wonderful little enamelled details to the outside of the rim. Height 1 3/4", Width 4 1/4". Circa 1927. £SOLD.
13 - A Liberty and Co Enamel Biscuit barrel stamped Tudric 0194. Circa 1903. £SOLD.
14 - £SOLD.
15 - A Liberty and Co Pewter box with heart shaped Ruskin jewels. Circa 1905. £SOLD.
16 - A Tudric Liberty and Co Pewter jug. Circa 1904. £SOLD.
17 - A superb Arts and Crafts Liberty and Co silver and enamel storage jar, the design attributed to Archibold Knox. The lid with blue enamel roundels inset around the base and Celtic enamel cross to the top. The peice has a paper label stuck to the base which reads:- Wedding present to my Mother (Alice Leighton) when she left Roedean where she was first Art Mistress: From Miss Penelope Lawrenece (founder) and her sister. Roedean is one off the most important girls schools in the country and is located to the East of Brighton overlooking the sea. Circa 1900 Birmingham assay marks. Approx Height 6". Approx Width 3". £SOLD
18 - A Liberty and Co silver carridge clock with Blue/Green enamel dial designed by Archibald Knox in wonderful original condition. An almost identicle version is shown on page 239 illustration 507 in Archibald Knox written by Stephen Martin, it has been serviced and works perfectly. Height 4 1/4", Width 3 3/4", Depth 1 3/4". Circa 1902. £SOLD.
19 - A Liberty and Co Tudric clock with enamel dial 1903. £SOLD.
20 - A fantastic Liberty and Co Pewter Architectual mantle clock attributed Archibold Knox. The Enamel is perfect but there is a small dent to the hat. Circa 1903. Approx 10" High. £SOLD.
21 - A wonderful Liberty and Co Pewter mantle clock with Abolone square details to the sides, curved flaring sides on little squashed ball feet. Circa 1905. Approx 10" High. £SOLD.
22 - LandCo Pewter carridge clock with enamel hearts to each corner. £SOLD.
23 - A pair of William Moorcroft plates made for Liberty and Co. £SOLD.
24 - An impressive Moorcroft vase for Liberty and Co. With Rd No for Circa 1905. Height 12". £SOLD.
25 - A Tudric Pewter biscuit barrell designed Archibald Knox for Liberty and Co. Circa 1903. £SOLD.
30 - A superb Archibald Knox Ink Well with fantastic enameling by Varley exploring the colours of the rainbow fused together, a colourful enamel roundel in each corner and a magnifiscent enamel to the top with Celtic design and a stylised floral detail intricatley designed and worked to the centre. Stunning. Stamped 'Tudric 0141'. Circa 1903. Height 3 1/2", 6" square. £SOLD.
31 - A wonderful Pewter box by Liberty and Co with an enamel to the top of a French Impressionist style landscape attributed to Varley. Stamped LandCo Circa 1903. Height 3", Depth 4 3/4", Length 7 1/4". £SOLD.
32 - A Liberty and Co Tudric fruit bowl with Lapzula jewels on stylised feet designed by Oliver Baker. Height 4 1/8", Width 14". Circa 1905. £SOLD.
33 - LandCo Tudric Pewter vase. £SOLD.
35 - A Mintons Jardinare and stand. £SOLD.
39 - A pair of good quality WMF silver plated candlesticks. Height 11". £SOLD.
40 - A large Arts and crafts brass planter attributed to Margret Gilmour with wonderful hand formed stylised floral detail to all 4 sides. Circa 1900. Height 9", Width 11" x 11". £SOLD.
41 - A tremendous Pewter tray designed by A.Knox for LandCo with stylised floral detail to the handles stamped 'English Pewter 0231. Circa 1903. Length 19 1/2", Width 13 3/4". £SOLD.
42 - A superb Archibald Knox pewter tray with Celtic design to the 4 corners and a very stylised shape indeed. Stamped 'Tudric 0376'. Circa 1903. Height 3", 6 1/2" square. £SOLD.
43 - A pair of silver candlesticks by Liberty and Co' with fluted columns and wonderful Bluey/Turquoise Gems to the base. Stamped LandCo, Birmingham and date code for Circa 1912. 10" High. £SOLD.
44 - LandCo Mirror. £SOLD.
46 - A superb Archibald Knox Ink Well with Celtic design to the base and original glass inker. Stamped 'Tudric 0539'. Circa 1903. Height 3", 6 1/2" square. £SOLD.
47 - A Liberty and Co hammered Pewter Arts and Crafts inkwell by Archibald Knox. Circa 1903. Stamped English Pewter 0531. Height 1 3/4", Width 5". £SOLD.
48 - A Pewter inkwell by Liberty and Co Stamped Tudric Circa 1912. 2" High. £SOLD.
49 - A Pewter and Enamel hand mirror. Circa 1905. £SOLD.
50 - A superb Arts and Crafts copper mirror with hand formed repousse work depicting owls with Ruskin torquoise eyes and Motto which reads :- 'SIT YOU HERE AND REST A WHILE'. Height 30". Width 40". £SOLD
52 - A rare and fantastic Arts and Crafts convex mirror by Shapland and Petter with stylised floral inlays of Mother of Pearl, Abolone, fruitwoods and solid silver. A stunning piece. Circa 1900. Height 24", Width 19 1/2". £SOLD.
53 - A large rare Arts and Crafts pewter mirror by Liberty and Co with wonderful heart shaped Ruskins to each corner. Circa 1900. Height 33 1/2", Width 23 1/2". £SOLD.
54 - A superb Keswick School of Industrial Art copper mirror by William Mawson with wonderful hand repousse stylised floral details and signed twice. William Thomas Mawson was a teacher at The School from C1896 and in 1898 he won 1st prize in the school competition and also had work published in The Studio in 1896 and 1902. C1900, Height 25, Width 19". £SOLD.
55 - A superb large Arts and crafts oval brass mirror attributed to Margret Gilmour with wonderful Celtic interlacing typical to her hand. Circa 1900. Height 34", Width 16". £SOLD.
56 - A copper Arts and Crafts mirror by Liberty and Co. Circa 1900. £SOLD.
57 - An Arts and Crafts copper mirror by Hale with stylised floral details. Circa 1900. £SOLD.
59 - LandCo copper mirror with 4 beutiful blue ruskins. Circa 1900. £SOLD.
60 - A wonderful Liberty and Co Arts and Crafts Dutch scene print in original frame with flaring cornice and arched supports the top for displaying items with original label to the rear. Height 21" Length 47", Depth of the shelf 6". Circa 1890. £SOLD.