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Vintage Fashion & Furnishings

Viewing Friday 8 October 2021 9am to 12 noon. Monday and Tuesday by appointment 01379 650306 or on saleday from 1pm 

Location: The Waveney Room
Date: 14th October 2021
Starts: 2:00 pm

Lots in auction: 304
Online deadline: 14th October 2021, 1:30 pm
Contact: Debra Brown

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Lot 9001 – Sale Price: £70.00

A 19th Century sampler worked by Matilda Durrant in her 11th year, framed and glazed, 47cm x 35cm

Lot 9002 – Sale Price: £120.00

A ''Biba'' cosmetic vintage advertising poster depicting a red head model together with a black and white photograph print entitled Pans La Mode a Longchamp - Frank Horvat both framed and glazed 43cm x 73cm and 30cm x 41cm

Lot 9003 – Sale Price: £150.00

Four late 18th Century silkwork pictures in gilt gesso oval frames depicting children and female figure with dog. Information verso . 30cm x 24cm and 10cm x 8cm approx

Lot 9004 – Sale Price: £230.00

A bespoke pale grey bed canopy with floral fabric drapes and fringing, fabric covered headboard with pleated overhead canopy

Lot 9005 – Sale Price: £240.00

Three pairs of gold ground country house style curtains with a raised chenille raised flock pattern, lined in blackout fabric 300cm x 180cm approx

Lot 9006 – Sale Price: £360.00

Seven red ground curtains in the country house style with gold flock pattern, 3 with a red and gold tassle fringing, pleated heading, lined and interlined, some fading to one area. Three pairs of swags with fringing and six tassle tie backs, four curtains 370cm drop x 250cm wide and three curtains 250cm drop x 250cm wide

Lot 9007 – Sale Price: £340.00

Two pairs of country house style curtains together with one single curtain, gold with a scroll floral self pattern, lined and interlined, all with a crimson and gold tassle edge, five pairs of wsags together with one single swag 320cm drop x 200 cm wide and one 320cm drop x 300cm wide, one curtain has fading.

Lot 9009 – Sale Price: £38.00

A early 1950's crocodile handbag

Lot 9011 – Sale Price: £8.00

A table lamp, painted base, cream linen shade

Lot 9012 – Sale Price: £18.00

Vintage Italian green satin heeled evening shoes with beaded detail, and a pair of skin type heeled court shoes, by Stuart Weitzman for Russell and Bromley

Lot 9014 – Sale Price: £32.00

A box containing 1950's lemon net hat with pink rose, vintage pink straw skull cap, and a black feather hair ornament

Lot 9015 – Sale Price: £22.00

Vintage embroidered dressing table set - glass dressing table tray, and ornate dressing table tray by REGENT, in original box

Lot 9016 – Sale Price: £340.00

Adapted fabric from a Victorian gown altered for use as a wedding gown in 1904, the fabric probably imported from India, more of this exotic form of embroidery was created from the fore-wings of beatles together with a pair of cream silk shoes embellished with the beatles wings and a feather fan with a body mannequin

Lot 9017 – Sale Price: £15.00

A small quantity of table linens to include Damask and a vintage Laura Ashley remant, navy blue ground with white sprig pattern, roller blind etc

Lot 9018 – Sale Price: £95.00

Fine quality gentleman's black silk top hat, by Bennets Of Regent Street, London

Lot 9019 – Sale Price: £55.00

A pair of original 1970's sparkly fabric platform shoes in neon colours

Lot 9020 – Sale Price: £15.00

A Gieves Old Bond St black Homberg and a Christy's London brown trilby

Lot 9022 – Sale Price: £75.00

A large paisley shawl, 100cm x 200cm approx

Lot 9023 – Sale Price: £65.00

Three early to mid 20th Century ladies hats including a 1940's black hat etc

Lot 9024 – Sale Price: £80.00

A black top hat by makers Woodrow, in a fitted brown leather carry case of rectangular form by Finnigans.

Lot 9025 – Sale Price: £150.00

An Irish linen damask banqueting cloth. Early 20th Century by ''Walpole Bros Ltd Irish Hand-woven Damask Belfast'' (Woven Signature) Woven in a classical rococo pattern. Embroidered ''C'' in a lozenge surmounted by a coronet. Length 20' 8'' or 6.3m width 7'3'' or 2.2m approx. Woven tag added indicating ''7 yds'' PROVENANCE: The linen formed part of the Household Linen at Cowdray Park, Sussex and Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire. The first Viscount Cowdray, Weetman Dickinson Pearson, bought the Cowdray Estate in 1908 for ?340,000.The following year he purchased Dunecht House to give them a house ''North of the border''.Lord Cowdray gave Dunecht House, with its 9,000 acres, to his wife Annie (nee Cass) and from 1919 this became their principal seat. The restoration of the estate, together with works of art to fill them was matched by an eagerness to make them comfortable, employing the best firms to fit them with modern conveniences and lavish furnishings. This is reflected in the quantity and quality of the household linen. Nearly every item of linen is embroidered with ''C'' in red, blue or gold surmounted by a Viscount's coronet. The numbers below theses indicate the total number in the household. (i.e. 144 means there were once 12 dozen)

Lot 9030 – Sale Price: £700.00

OSSIE CLARK: Original early 1970's silk chiffon wrap around dress/negligee

Lot 9031 – Sale Price: £28.00

Fourteen assorted tapestry and flock patterned cushions

Lot 9032 – Sale Price: £85.00

A modern machine woven wall hanging tapestry depicting peacocks in a stylized naturalistic setting, flanked by a foliate border, 178cm x 130cm approx

Lot 9035 – Sale Price: £42.00

A quantity of assorted beaded tapestry and sequined evening bags

Lot 9037 – Sale Price: £85.00

A green hat box containing a quantity of assorted fashion hats

Lot 9041 – Sale Price: £260.00

A large lidded storage box containing five Cowdray Park linen damask banqueting cloths in a stylized chequered pattern circa 1910. Each measuring 24' 4'' or 7.36m long x 5' 8'' or 1.73m wide approx with an embroidered ''C'' in blue surmounted by a coronet (5) PROVENANCE: The linen formed part of the Household Linen at Cowdray Park, Sussex and Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire. The first Viscount Cowdray, Weetman Dickinson Pearson, bought the Cowdray Estate in 1908 for ?340,000.The following year he purchased Dunecht House to give them a house ''North of the border''.Lord Cowdray gave Dunecht House, with its 9,000 acres, to his wife Annie (nee Cass) and from 1919 this became their principal seat. The restoration of the estate, together with works of art to fill them was matched by an eagerness to make them comfortable, employing the best firms to fit them with modern conveniences and lavish furnishings. This is reflected in the quantity and quality of the household linen. Nearly every item of linen is embroidered with ''C'' in red, blue or gold surmounted by a Viscount's coronet. The numbers below theses indicate the total number in the household. (i.e. 144 means there were once 12 dozen)

Lot 9042 – Sale Price: £15.00

1970's ethnic cotton prints from India Tanzania and Kenya.

Lot 9043 – Sale Price: £95.00

A considerable quantity of an assorted striped and checked collection to include shawls, Neapolitan sashes, cotton stripes, tribal weavings, cotton silk and wool etc

Lot 9044 – Sale Price: £160.00

A large lidded storage box containing a quantity of Cowdray Park, Dunecht House guest towels, diaper and linen weaves, lettered in red, blue or gilt with coronets, 1914 and earlier 20th Century (qty) PROVENANCE: The linen formed part of the Household Linen at Cowdray Park, Sussex and Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire. The first Viscount Cowdray, Weetman Dickinson Pearson, bought the Cowdray Estate in 1908 for ?340,000.The following year he purchased Dunecht House to give them a house ''North of the border''.Lord Cowdray gave Dunecht House, with its 9,000 acres, to his wife Annie (nee Cass) and from 1919 this became their principal seat. The restoration of the estate, together with works of art to fill them was matched by an eagerness to make them comfortable, employing the best firms to fit them with modern conveniences and lavish furnishings. This is reflected in the quantity and quality of the household linen. Nearly every item of linen is embroidered with ''C'' in red, blue or gold surmounted by a Viscount's coronet. The numbers below theses indicate the total number in the household. (i.e. 144 means there were once 12 dozen)

Lot 9045 – Sale Price: £48.00

Salvation Army Social Services single bedspread, blue/white jacquard 1950's

Lot 9047 – Sale Price: £110.00

A pair of bamboo and rattan kitsch style conservatory/bedroom circular tables with smoked glass insert tops, 3 front faux drawers on splayed footed base.

Lot 9048 – Sale Price: £120.00

A late 19th Terme hand woven cloth interactive design historically used as a ceremonial cloth used at weddings and The New Year

Lot 9050 – Sale Price: £50.00

Two pairs of Oriental silk panels, hand embroidered, figural scenes, with another (5)

Lot 9052 – Sale Price: £50.00

Two pairs of Oriental silk panels, hand embroidered with gilt and coloured thread in silk depicting birds, pagoda's and flowers

Lot 9054 – Sale Price: £300.00

An Iranian Kelim, bold colours and design

Lot 9056 – Sale Price: £140.00

A three piece wool suit made for Sir John Mills by Bermans & Nathans costumes, reputedly made for the ITV Anglia Tales of The Unexpected 1975 together with a suitcase, travel label provenance a/f

Lot 9057 – Sale Price: £120.00

Two tan coloured pig skin suitcases of graduated size, purchased from Harrods circa 1940's, both monogrammed T.W.K.

Lot 9059 – Sale Price: £190.00

An Irish linen damask tablecloth. Early 20th Century by ''Walpole Bros. Belfast'' (Woven signature). Woven in a pattern of classical urns and wreaths. Embroidered ''C'' in a lozenge surmounted by a coronet. Woven tape measurement sewn in ''3? yards by 3? yards PROVENANCE: The linen formed part of the Household Linen at Cowdray Park, Sussex and Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire. The first Viscount Cowdray, Weetman Dickinson Pearson, bought the Cowdray Estate in 1908 for ?340,000.The following year he purchased Dunecht House to give them a house ''North of the border''.Lord Cowdray gave Dunecht House, with its 9,000 acres, to his wife Annie (nee Cass) and from 1919 this became their principal seat. The restoration of the estate, together with works of art to fill them was matched by an eagerness to make them comfortable, employing the best firms to fit them with modern conveniences and lavish furnishings. This is reflected in the quantity and quality of the household linen. Nearly every item of linen is embroidered with ''C'' in red, blue or gold surmounted by a Viscount's coronet. The numbers below theses indicate the total number in the household. (i.e. 144 means there were once 12 dozen)

Lot 9061 – Sale Price: £210.00

A considerable quantity 18th, 19th and 20th Century French and English silks, ecclesiastical textiles possibly 18th Century, Arts and Crafts damask depicting angels together with some Deco designs

Lot 9062 – Sale Price: £40.00

A quantity of 1930's embroidered table linens

Lot 9063 – Sale Price: £380.00

A lidded storage box containing a quantity of Cowdray Park / Dunecht House table napkins including linen damask embroidered with ''C's'' and coronets, (Qty) PROVENANCE: The linen formed part of the Household Linen at Cowdray Park, Sussex and Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire. The first Viscount Cowdray, Weetman Dickinson Pearson, bought the Cowdray Estate in 1908 for ?340,000.The following year he purchased Dunecht House to give them a house ''North of the border''.Lord Cowdray gave Dunecht House, with its 9,000 acres, to his wife Annie (nee Cass) and from 1919 this became their principal seat. The restoration of the estate, together with works of art to fill them was matched by an eagerness to make them comfortable, employing the best firms to fit them with modern conveniences and lavish furnishings. This is reflected in the quantity and quality of the household linen. Nearly every item of linen is embroidered with ''C'' in red, blue or gold surmounted by a Viscount's coronet. The numbers below theses indicate the total number in the household. (i.e. 144 means there were once 12 dozen)

Lot 9064 – Sale Price: £95.00

A large number of 1940's, 50's, 60's small scale prints in swatches to include novelty prints, kitchenalia circa 1950's etc

Lot 9065 – Sale Price: £42.00

A good number of 1960's and 70's bright floral and psychedelic prints, suitable for dress designs

Lot 9066 – Sale Price: £32.00

Large collection of Pina table linen made in Manilla, early 1937 including hand embroidered place mats side mats and a centre piece, historically known as an expensive textile made from the fibres of the pine-apple leaf and manufactured into dress pieces, shawls scarves etc made by the natives of the Philippines, embroidered by men

Lot 9067 – Sale Price: £15.00

A 1940's black ring velvet lady's hat and a black feather hat together with two handbags both black one with a Bakelite clasp

Lot 9068 – Sale Price: £50.00

1920's eight embroidered white pillow slips and three sheets

Lot 9069 – Sale Price: £80.00

A splendid selection of 1940's, 50's, 60's and 70's large scale prints to include Rock Memorabilia, Elvis print and children's prints etc

Lot 9071 – Sale Price: £260.00

A collection of attractive 18th, 19th and early 20th Century embroideries to include Indian shawl, crewel work Middle Eastern, Turkish and Aubusson tapestry textiles

Lot 9073 – Sale Price: £170.00

An abundance of 18th, 19th, and early 20th Century silks, jacquard and damasks. various sizes

Lot 9074 – Sale Price: £48.00

A good quantity of large scale 20th Century prints to include striking 50's, 60's and 70's French, American and English fabrics together with novelty designs

Lot 9075 – Sale Price: £140.00

A suitcase containing a considerable quantity of dress and clothing prints, mainly mid 20th Century to include paisley prints, abstract, floral, novelty and large, medium and small scale prints, silks cottons and linens, various weights

Lot 9076 – Sale Price: £70.00

An Aquasutum for Harrods 1950's black and olive two tone day coat with a velvet black collar

Lot 9081 – Sale Price: £32.00

Art Deco, pale blue, silk lined lace dress, circa 1930

Lot 9083 – Sale Price: £85.00

1920's two vintage printed cotton kimonos, some considerable wear to fabric in places

Lot 9086 – Sale Price: £120.00

Five items of iconic Laura Ashley clothing to include three dresses, housecoat and smock top and two boob tubes

Lot 9087 – Sale Price: £48.00

A 1920's black chiffon and lace dress, inserts of lace throughout, V shape neckline with covered button detail, belt, a/f and a 1920's blue floral laure coat with a deep fringe to reverse, pale fur hem line and collar, fur has wear

Lot 9091 – Sale Price: £30.00

Two modern Aquascutum '' two piece modern gent's suits in black chalk stripe and charcoal, a Boden two piece suit in cream and two tailored sports jackets, Marks & Spencer & Magee labels 48L

Lot 9092 – Sale Price: £38.00

Two gents tailored jackets in wool, 2 suede jackets including a Boden tan jacket and a Pierre Cardin example (4)

Lot 9094 – Sale Price: £22.00

Canadian Military College heavy dark navy serge cape 100% wool

Lot 9096 – Sale Price: £50.00

A vintage gentleman's Burberry mackintosh, large size,belt not original

Lot 9100 – Sale Price: £65.00

Five items of gents middle 20th Century clothing including a charcoal herringbone Boyd's St Louis single breasted overcoat and a pair of cream wool flannels etc

Lot 9101 – Sale Price: £20.00

A 1950s Harrods astrakhan fur jacket with a Dereta red wool top with side fastenings

Lot 9102 – Sale Price: £15.00

Francesca Damon late 1970's multi coloured Alladin Sane style sequin design size 10-12

Lot 9103 – Sale Price: £15.00

Two 1970's skirts, pink and orange cheese cloth, raspberry pan velvet and a mustard knitted crochet top together with a pair of camel coloured leather 1970's Dolcis boots

Lot 9105 – Sale Price: £10.00

A black boucle wool ladies jacket together with a 1960's black and white wool dress

Lot 9106 – Sale Price: £55.00

A black rayon and velvet 1970's hippy chic dress made in Afghanistan, applique style embroidered yolk and cuffs

Lot 9111 – Sale Price: £15.00

A 1950's ''Eiderluxe a ''Co. Mar luxury coat'' brown herringbone double breasted overcoat, a charcoal tailcoat, grey waistcoat with black/white small houndstooth trousers

Lot 9113 – Sale Price: £70.00

A 1970s Romantic Shepherdess full length dress by Earlybird, London, lace yolk, wide button cuff detail and leg of mutton sleeves

Lot 9115 – Sale Price: £50.00

A vintage faux fur 3/4 length jacket, fudge coloured

Lot 9116 – Sale Price: £28.00

A vintage sculptured fine pleated evening gown, Cativa, by Maya Jornot, with aurora borealis rhinestone detail

Lot 9117 – Sale Price: £20.00

A 1950s blue rose printed cotton sun dress by Lindsay Maid and a 1960s green foliage print dress

Lot 9120 – Sale Price: £15.00

A 1980's silver grey bomber jacket with another

Lot 9121 – Sale Price: £22.00

Jean Muir black crepe de chine dress, size 8

Lot 9122 – Sale Price: £8.00

Maison Margiela, white and cream wool and acetate round neck top

Lot 9123 – Sale Price: £300.00

OSSIE CLARK: Full length chocolate brown cross over crepe de chine dress

Lot 9124 – Sale Price: £160.00

EMILIA WICKSTEAD: Sun flower yellow 1950's style dress, open back, full skirt

Lot 9128 – Sale Price: £130.00

An 18th Century Indian printed cotton feather filled cushion from The Coromandel coast

Lot 9132 – Sale Price: £15.00

A 1960's bespoke made two piece grey boucle skirt suit made by Daw, Jon Koo hong Kong together with a Baccarat butterscotch crepe day dress, moth damage to belt

Lot 9133 – Sale Price: £28.00

A Laura Ashley fine needle cord dress in red with a blue leaf style pattern, gathered yolk

Lot 9136 – Sale Price: £30.00

An early 20th Century housecoat, coral ground with an all over stylized garden pattern with figure, a silk bold stripe 3/4 length jacket with a deep waterfall lapel, edged in black silk throughout and a sky blue cotton embroidered tunic (3)

Lot 9137 – Sale Price: £12.00

Five 1960's nightdresses and a blue chiffon drape

Lot 9139 – Sale Price: £20.00

Four items of middle 20th Century ladies clothing including a pink and white gingham pleated long skirt and a black and white polka dot tiered full length dress edged in black lace (4)

Lot 9141 – Sale Price: £55.00

MARION DONALDSON: 1970's brown and white cotton check seersucker full length dress, embroidery anglaise cuff and hem, a blue cotton patchwork effect long dress and a green Liberty style feather pattern dress (3)

Lot 9144 – Sale Price: £12.00

A Tiny Town Toys original child dress, mustard, blue and puce stripes and a red floral anglaise pinafore dress together with a white embroidery anglaise example (3)

Lot 9145 – Sale Price: £35.00

Four skirts including a wonderful toy soldier nursery print cotton skirt with a faux toy drum effect pocket

Lot 9146 – Sale Price: £30.00

Five various blouses in assorted styles and fabrics

Lot 9147 – Sale Price: £22.00

A 1940's taffeta pastel check blouse with a peplum waist, two cream lace and embroidery anglaise examples and a early 1950's black and sherbet coloured stripe skirt (4)

Lot 9149 – Sale Price: £20.00

Five various skirts including a 1960's Emilio Pucci cotton mini skirt in orange, yellow,grey and taupe, some dye bleed in areas

Lot 9150 – Sale Price: £25.00

A super king quilted bedspread in yellow and blue, Persian floral style, 240cm x 260cm

Lot 9151 – Sale Price: £160.00

A good quantity of attractive 18th, 19th and early 20th Century silks, jacquard and damasks, various sizes

Lot 9152 – Sale Price: £200.00

A Victorian quilt made up of various fabric remnants

Lot 9153 – Sale Price: £40.00

Two white cotton single size waffle effect bedspreads both with fringing, diamond patterns

Lot 9154 – Sale Price: £75.00

A Victorian ivory stitched quilt

Lot 9155 – Sale Price: £75.00

A French style cotton super king ivory stitched quilted bed spread with two matching square cushion covers, 240cm x 260cm and 65cm x 65cm

Lot 9160 – Sale Price: £48.00

Two white cotton bedspreads with a raised stitched pattern, one with fringing and stain to one area, both large

Lot 9161 – Sale Price: £20.00

A mid 20th Century black ground feather filled eiderdown with a pink and green floral pattern

Lot 9164 – Sale Price: £35.00

An Indian silk king size bedspread in a paisley design in gold and black with three matching cushion covers

Lot 9167 – Sale Price: £25.00

A white fur evening cape and jacket

Lot 9168 – Sale Price: £15.00

A box of vintage ermine

Lot 9169 – Sale Price: £20.00

A box containing various table linens including damask Victorian cotton examples and beige embroidered silk

Lot 9170 – Sale Price: £12.00

A 1950's Brownie uniform, no hat or belt together with a 1950's Boy Scouts uniform

Lot 9172 – Sale Price: £20.00

A hat box containing various fashion accessories to include an alpaca knitted shawl, three fashion belts, a pair of baby shoes and a 1930's/40's sisal hat

Lot 9173 – Sale Price: £12.00

A pair of bygone shoes lasts, various vintage buttons including Victorian mourning buttons etc

Lot 9174 – Sale Price: £35.00

Two pairs of original lady's cow boots in brown leather

Lot 9175 – Sale Price: £150.00

A spectacular 19th Century Moroccan or Damascene silk tent hanging in terracotta, pink and cobalt blue 186cm long x 246cm wide approx & 186cm long x 190cm wide approx.

Lot 9176 – Sale Price: £10.00

A pair of 1930's buff coloured leather ice skates

Lot 9179 – Sale Price: £30.00

Four items of vintage nightwear/underwear

Lot 9180 – Sale Price: £30.00

A quantity of vintage wool and cotton yarns including yarn works Pot-Pourri and ''Scheepjeswol'' granada

Lot 9181 – Sale Price: £32.00

A quantity of vintage wool and cotton yarns, names such as ''Lynton Aran'', ''Patons'' and ''Beehive'' etc

Lot 9182 – Sale Price: £65.00

A selection of cashmere wool lengths including suit and dress, some with J & J Crombie Ltd, Aberdeen, with Crombie cashmere and lambswool scarfs

Lot 9184 – Sale Price: £220.00

A considerable quantity of impressive 18th, 19th and early 20th Century embroideries to include Uzbek, Chinese, Turkish and Middle Eastern and Asian pieces including Coronation textile, French and Deco silk and a small amount of beadwork

Lot 9185 – Sale Price: £20.00

A quantity of middle 20th Century waist aprons, two bags and a small folder covered in a pastel floral fabric

Lot 9187 – Sale Price: £20.00

Assorted table linens including damask.

Lot 9189 – Sale Price: £32.00

Three parasols, two christening gowns, Victorian chemises and a hand painted design of a peacock and cherry blossom etc

Lot 9190 – Sale Price: £650.00

A large lidded storage box containing a quantity of Cowdray Park / Dunecht House table linen including linen damask tablecloths, runners etc, embroidered with ''C's'' and coronets. (Qty) PROVENANCE: The linen formed part of the Household Linen at Cowdray Park, Sussex and Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire. The first Viscount Cowdray, Weetman Dickinson Pearson, bought the Cowdray Estate in 1908 for ?340,000.The following year he purchased Dunecht House to give them a house ''North of the border''.Lord Cowdray gave Dunecht House, with its 9,000 acres, to his wife Annie (nee Cass) and from 1919 this became their principal seat. The restoration of the estate, together with works of art to fill them was matched by an eagerness to make them comfortable, employing the best firms to fit them with modern conveniences and lavish furnishings. This is reflected in the quantity and quality of the household linen. Nearly every item of linen is embroidered with ''C'' in red, blue or gold surmounted by a Viscount's coronet. The numbers below theses indicate the total number in the household. (i.e. 144 means there were once 12 dozen)

Lot 9191 – Sale Price: £140.00

An impressive collection of ethnic embroideries and weavings to include Indian, Asian, Uzbek, Peruvian, Mexican, Bolivian and European examples

Lot 9192 – Sale Price: £100.00

Reputedly a piece of Voysey textile, some fading, and an assortment of wonderful tapestries, woollens and velvets

Lot 9194 – Sale Price: £30.00

A boxed Ryon, Fort Worth, Texas, Stetson hat with original blank order form dated 11th March 1975

Lot 9196 – Sale Price: £35.00

Two pairs of black leather Oxford shoes and two pairs of tan leather lace ups

Lot 9197 – Sale Price: £210.00

An Irish linen damask tablecloth. Early 20th Century by ''The Irish Linen Stores Dublin and Belfast'' (Woven signature). The centre woven in formal stripes. Embroidered ''C'' in a lozenge surmounted by a coronet. Length 18' or 550cm, width 15' or 460cm approx PROVENANCE: The linen formed part of the Household Linen at Cowdray Park, Sussex and Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire. The first Viscount Cowdray, Weetman Dickinson Pearson, bought the Cowdray Estate in 1908 for ?340,000.The following year he purchased Dunecht House to give them a house ''North of the border''.Lord Cowdray gave Dunecht House, with its 9,000 acres, to his wife Annie (nee Cass) and from 1919 this became their principal seat. The restoration of the estate, together with works of art to fill them was matched by an eagerness to make them comfortable, employing the best firms to fit them with modern conveniences and lavish furnishings. This is reflected in the quantity and quality of the household linen. Nearly every item of linen is embroidered with ''C'' in red, blue or gold surmounted by a Viscount's coronet. The numbers below theses indicate the total number in the household. (i.e. 144 means there were once 12 dozen)

Lot 9198 – Sale Price: £120.00

A linen damask banqueting cloth woven in a border pattern of roses surrounding a field of repeating Gothic crosses. Early 20th Century. Length 17' 5'' or 5.3m, width 5' 6'' or 1.66m approx. Edge of cloth laundry mark for ''Dunecht House'' PROVENANCE: The linen formed part of the Household Linen at Cowdray Park, Sussex and Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire. The first Viscount Cowdray, Weetman Dickinson Pearson, bought the Cowdray Estate in 1908 for ?340,000.The following year he purchased Dunecht House to give them a house ''North of the border''.Lord Cowdray gave Dunecht House, with its 9,000 acres, to his wife Annie (nee Cass) and from 1919 this became their principal seat. The restoration of the estate, together with works of art to fill them was matched by an eagerness to make them comfortable, employing the best firms to fit them with modern conveniences and lavish furnishings. This is reflected in the quantity and quality of the household linen. Nearly every item of linen is embroidered with ''C'' in red, blue or gold surmounted by a Viscount's coronet. The numbers below theses indicate the total number in the household. (i.e. 144 means there were once 12 dozen)

Lot 9199 – Sale Price: £15.00

An assortment of vintage tweeds, check and stripe woolen fabrics.

Lot 9201 – Sale Price: £30.00

An assortment of vintage fabrics including checks, prints and florals

Lot 9202 – Sale Price: £38.00

A pair of French brass table lamps with deep cream scalloped shades

Lot 9203 – Sale Price: £25.00

A pair of cylindrical fibreglass lamp shades depicting huntsmen in scarlet jackets on horseback with hounds.

Lot 9204 – Sale Price: £150.00

Three Kashmiri woolen shawls, with embroidery, beige, brown and grey

Lot 9205 – Sale Price: £30.00

A small box containing small scale printed fabrics

Lot 9207 – Sale Price: £95.00

Two bundles of dress making fabrics including Liberty cotton

Lot 9208 – Sale Price: £20.00

A small vintage suitcase containing a fur stole and a 1940's fox fur evening cape

Lot 9209 – Sale Price: £10.00

Two bundles of dress making fabric and wool tartans

Lot 9212 – Sale Price: £10.00

A 1960's deep apricot feather stole

Lot 9213 – Sale Price: £110.00

A quantity of mainly ''Vogue'' magazines from the 1960's through to the end of the 1980's, Harpers & Queens circa 1970 & 1980's

Lot 9215 – Sale Price: £340.00

A quantity of fashion magazines from the 1960's through to the 1970's to include Queens and Vogue

Lot 9216 – Sale Price: £35.00

Two rigid barrel shaped handbags in leather and rattan both made Indonesia

Lot 9217 – Sale Price: £50.00

Three handmade leather handbags two stamped J & M Davidson all made in Chester

Lot 9219 – Sale Price: £42.00

Three 1950's bra torso mannequins

Lot 9220 – Sale Price: £110.00

A quantity of fashion magazines from the 1960's & 1970's to include Harpers Bizzar, Harpers & Queen, Queen and International Textiles circa 1960's

Lot 9230 – Sale Price: £40.00

A vintage green eiderdown with a rosebud pattern

Lot 9232 – Sale Price: £20.00

A bolt of mauve raw silk

Lot 9233 – Sale Price: £15.00

A 1920's wedding veil in a vintage Harrod's box

Lot 9234 – Sale Price: £100.00

A late 19th Century/early 20th Century beaded evening bag, scalloped hem and a wonderful Chinese hand embroidered silk panel depicting birds and flowers, good strong colours.

Lot 9235 – Sale Price: £40.00

A bolt of Crombie 100% cashmere wool in camel

Lot 9236 – Sale Price: £30.00

PRADA: A pair of black suede 1940's style shoes

Lot 9238 – Sale Price: £25.00

A pair of YSL stylish wedges with navy straps, original box

Lot 9240 – Sale Price: £48.00

A brown crocodile vintage handbag together with five pairs of kid leather gloves, tan, black and navy

Lot 9241 – Sale Price: £48.00

Vintage crocodile handbag (brown) and a vintage evening bag with amber Bakelite handle

Lot 9243 – Sale Price: £28.00

Nine fashion books including titles Lace A Guide To Identification by Heather Toomer and The Paisley Shawl by Valerie Reilly

Lot 9244 – Sale Price: £70.00

A complete block of lace together with a early 20th Century waxed floral headress

Lot 9245 – Sale Price: £10.00

A Pied ? Terrie pair of stacked heel brown leather lace up shoes

Lot 9246 – Sale Price: £42.00

A Victorian silk parasol, silk stockings and a pink feather fan etc

Lot 9247 – Sale Price: £150.00

A 18th Century English quilted embroidery mounted, reputedly taken from a skirt panel

Lot 9252 – Sale Price: £48.00

A pair of French Gros Point and Petit Point needlepoint tapestries 68cm x 72cm approx.

Lot 9254 – Sale Price: £50.00

A mid 20th Century patchwork quilt and two white table cloths

Lot 9256 – Sale Price: £40.00

19th Century green silk and gold thread banner with bullion fringe, 85cm x 45cm approx.

Lot 9258 – Sale Price: £160.00

A pair of linen damask tablecloths woven in a pattern of trellis and flowers. Early 20th Century. Each length 14' 10'' or 4.5m, width 7' 4'' or 2.25m approx. One embroidered with a red monogram ''C'' surmounted by a coronet PROVENANCE: The linen formed part of the Household Linen at Cowdray Park, Sussex and Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire. The first Viscount Cowdray, Weetman Dickinson Pearson, bought the Cowdray Estate in 1908 for ?340,000.The following year he purchased Dunecht House to give them a house ''North of the border''.Lord Cowdray gave Dunecht House, with its 9,000 acres, to his wife Annie (nee Cass) and from 1919 this became their principal seat. The restoration of the estate, together with works of art to fill them was matched by an eagerness to make them comfortable, employing the best firms to fit them with modern conveniences and lavish furnishings. This is reflected in the quantity and quality of the household linen. Nearly every item of linen is embroidered with ''C'' in red, blue or gold surmounted by a Viscount's coronet. The numbers below theses indicate the total number in the household. (i.e. 144 means there were once 12 dozen)

Lot 9261 – Sale Price: £65.00

Two padded cushions of over 60 vintage costume brooches

Lot 9265 – Sale Price: £40.00

Vintage triple row crystal necklace, vintage row of pearls in case, and a vintage pearl and crystal tiara crown

Lot 9266 – Sale Price: £28.00

Antique Edwardian travelling vanity case/etui

Lot 9267 – Sale Price: £25.00

A collection of 1930's and 1940's fashion hat pins

Lot 9269 – Sale Price: £15.00

A Victorian coin purse, a pair of emerald green evening gloves, a yellow chiffon scarf and a red leather deep ladies belt

Lot 9270 – Sale Price: £12.00

A box containing assorted vintage hair dressing accessories including Jeanette Raywarp

Lot 9272 – Sale Price: £50.00

Vintage triple row of Pompadour Pearls in original fitted case

Lot 9275 – Sale Price: £25.00

A 1950's mink fur hat, black rouched velvet stole, mink brooch and earrings set, and a row of large vintage grey pearls

Lot 9276 – Sale Price: £28.00

A box of vintage compacts

Lot 9284 – Sale Price: £15.00

Pink cameo vanity box of hair combs and slides, Elizabeth Arden box of crochet and lace gloves

Lot 9289 – Sale Price: £30.00

A 1920's needlework vase of flowers panel, framed and glazed

Lot 9294 – Sale Price: £120.00

A box containing vintage wallpaper to include French block print, exquisite hand block chinoiserie, possibly Zoffany Chinese gilt wallpaper, 1950's kitchen print, early to mid 20th Century children's nursery print, fabulous 1960's metallic ''Beatles'' wallpaper ( large roll) and W.J. Galigan & Sons. Corp Persian Flower print, etc, various conditions

Lot 9295 – Sale Price: £160.00

A large lidded storage box containing six Cowdray Park linen damask banqueting cloths in a stylized chequered pattern, circa 1910. Each measuring 24' 4'' or 7.36m long x 5' 8'' m or 1.73m wide approx with an embroidered ''C'' in blue surmounted by a coronet PROVENANCE: The linen formed part of the Household Linen at Cowdray Park, Sussex and Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire. The first Viscount Cowdray, Weetman Dickinson Pearson, bought the Cowdray Estate in 1908 for ?340,000.The following year he purchased Dunecht House to give them a house ''North of the border''.Lord Cowdray gave Dunecht House, with its 9,000 acres, to his wife Annie (nee Cass) and from 1919 this became their principal seat. The restoration of the estate, together with works of art to fill them was matched by an eagerness to make them comfortable, employing the best firms to fit them with modern conveniences and lavish furnishings. This is reflected in the quantity and quality of the household linen. Nearly every item of linen is embroidered with ''C'' in red, blue or gold surmounted by a Viscount's coronet. The numbers below theses indicate the total number in the household. (i.e. 144 means there were once 12 dozen)

Lot 9297 – Sale Price: £65.00

A large lidded storage box containing a quantity of Cowdray Park / Dunecht House bed linen including sheets and pillow cases, embroidered ''Cs'' and coronets. Early 20th Century PROVENANCE: The linen formed part of the Household Linen at Cowdray Park, Sussex and Dunecht House, Aberdeenshire. The first Viscount Cowdray, Weetman Dickinson Pearson, bought the Cowdray Estate in 1908 for ?340,000.The following year he purchased Dunecht House to give them a house ''North of the border''.Lord Cowdray gave Dunecht House, with its 9,000 acres, to his wife Annie (nee Cass) and from 1919 this became their principal seat. The restoration of the estate, together with works of art to fill them was matched by an eagerness to make them comfortable, employing the best firms to fit them with modern conveniences and lavish furnishings. This is reflected in the quantity and quality of the household linen. Nearly every item of linen is embroidered with ''C'' in red, blue or gold surmounted by a Viscount's coronet. The numbers below theses indicate the total number in the household. (i.e. 144 means there were once 12 dozen)

Lot 9299 – Sale Price: £30.00

A 1918 sampler: to Phyllis from Marie, 30cm x 18cm approx and a 1917 sampler with tree and poem in a Georgian style black and gilt mount, 35cm x 21cm approx

Lot 9301 – Sale Price: £200.00

Three silk embroidered shawls in peacock blue, black and red, black and cream, together with a brown fur coat.

Lot 9303 – Sale Price: £75.00

A good quantiity of mainly silk scarves from the 1940's, 50's and 1960's and three 1950's tea-towels with fun graphics etc

Lot 9306 – Sale Price: £48.00

A good quantity of 19th Century designs on paper for architectual design, wall paper, carpet or tile design, different historical influences and periods, ie Middle ages, Arabian, Hindu Temple elements, Renaissance, Egyptian, Tribal, Persian, Italian Greeck etc. Also incuding 19th Century French wallpaper & fabric prints.