The eclectic collection has something for every auction goer from, on the first day, clocks, silver, religious icons and tribal artefacts to jewellery and Chinese and Asian art.
Second day items include a range of porcelain and ceramics, glass, furniture, lamps, paintings, military and other collectables.
Typical of the timepieces is an antique 19th century French three-piece clock set in white Carrara marble with eight-day time and strike movement and Arabic numerals bordered by urn garnitures (Lot 6 ). Other attractions in this section are two grandfather clocks (Lot 16 ) and (Lot 17 ).
Striking is an exceptional antique 19th century English tantalus in the form of a cart with three barrels (Lot 114, while an early 20th century Walker & Hall punchbowl (Lot 131 ) and an American 925 silver chanukiah are worth closer looks.
An early celestial globe (Lot 146 ) is the highlight of the general section (Lots 145-262) that includes an early 19th century writing box (Lot 150 ), an unusual tea caddy (Lot 157 ), an exhibition quality thermometer (Lot 164 ) and an Italian micro mosaic panel (Lot 170 ).
Religious icons and tribal artefacts are to the fore in lots 263 to 280 while jewellery and watches stretch from lots 281 to 365.
Eye catching is the pair of 19th/20th century Chinese silver elephant vases complete with carved jade rings semi-precious stones (Lot 366 ), while a Chinese carved jade table screen (Lot 371 ) from the Republic period (1912-1949) is an intricate and colourful adornment.
Furniture is characterised by a late 18th century Georgian two-door bookcase (Lot 736 ), an ornate 18th century bonheur du jour lady’s desk (Lot 739 ), a circa 1825 Regency-style Gillows cellarette (Lot 742 ) and a circa 1835 fold-over card table (Lot 751 ).