Newlyn Copper Box: Newlyn is renowned for its coastal themed items, but this lobster is really quite wonderful.
Ewenny Harvest Jug: This 18th century earthenware jug was made by the Welsh potter Edward Lancelot. It's particularly fabulous because it's the only example in existence inscribed with his full name. Sold for £6,000.
Liberty & Co. Butter Dish: Art Nouveau style pierced silver with blue glass liner, designed by Archibald Knox in the early 20th century and retailed by Liberty's.
Bill Marshall Vase: This very small, perfectly formed vase is by Bill Marshall, a Leach inspired Cornish potter.
Galle Casket: A miniature glass box by the French glass maker Emile Galle, enamelled with fleur de lys.
Perfume Bottle: A Mappin & Webb perfume bottle in red glass with silver gilt mounts. The base opens up to reveal a vesta case.
Advertising Figure: Ceramic figure of a boy advertising 'Lorne Whisky - Oldest Scotch Brand'.
Vintage Wasp Brooch: Composed of dozens of small diamonds set in gold, with naturalistic legs and a big, ruby eye. Sold for £5,600.
JOHN RILEY WILMER The Angel and Tobias Watercolour
English Provincial School Gig Racing Outside the Ravensbury Arms, Croydon Oil on canvas