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Hardy brothers sterling silver and enamel ashtray, hallmarked Birmingham 1903

Two sterling silver ashtrays, hallmarked Chester 1920, by Charles Cooke, 114g approx.

Two Lalique France Ashtrays, Philippens and lion mask, 15 & 19 cm (2)

A small Val St Lambert cut crystal ashtray, a compressed octagonal facet cut ashtray with a tapering base and a bowl shaped tray; tiny etched signature underside to edge. Height 4 cm length 12 cm. Width 12 cm

A Val St Lambert cut crystal ashtray, 20th century, a bold diamond facet cut circular ashtray, with etched signature underside to edge. Height 7 cm length 13.5 cm. Width 13.5 cm

Dieter rams for Braun 'Domino set', a four piece cigarette entertainment set of lighter and ashtrays, (original box), Germany, c1970s

Pair of sterling silver ashtrays hallmarked Chester 1913,(maker Sampson Mordan & Co), 215 grams approx (pair)

Pair of sterling silver ashtrays, hallmarked Birmingham, 157 grams approx (pair)

Two Hermes ashtrays one featuring cormorants, the other a bird of paradise

Ashtray. Early 20th century brass dish decorated with a platypus Reg 46328. Width 13 cms

1940 Battle of Britain RAF Spitfire Rolls Royce Merlin Engine Piston Ashtray, in original box

Two matching Deco Japanese swan form ashtrays. Height 12 cm (each)

World War II Houses of Parliament stone ashtray, with certificate from Sir Vincent Baddeley, 1942. Diameter 15 cm

A D. Stulley pottery ashtray, in the form of an Aboriginal man. Signed to base. Height 18 cm

Chinese Mille Fleur dish with Chinese silver mounts as an ashtray (the porcelain with six character Guangxu mark)

An Australian silver ashtray, square with canted corners; monogrammed; Hardy Bros. Width 10 cm

A Lalique glass ashtray, with lion mask; signed in script. Diameter 14.5 cm

Marble ashtray surmounted by a spelter cougar, 19th century, (A/F) diameter 21 cm

Two matching silver Ashtrays by Charles S green & Co, Birmingham, 1977

A bronze figural ashtray. Cast as a naturalistically styled pheasant drinking from a shallow shaped dish, in gold colour with red. Height 12.5 cm. Width 11 cm

The Houses of Parliament stone ashtray with metal plaque to centre 'This Stone Came From the Houses of Parliament', 15 cm diameter

Three vintage half doll/bathing beauties - menu holder, tooth pick holder (lady with dogs) and ashtray. One marked foreign

Sterling silver toast rack, jug & three ashtrays (5 items). (460+ gms)

Japanese deep blue vases with gilt decoration comprising two vases and covers together with two cylindrical vases, an ashtray and a smaller vase. Largest 30 cm high

Two various pairs porcelain scalloped dishes & Ashtrays, each dish with hand painted floral decoration. Depth 19 cm (dishes)

Pair of sterling rimmed ashtrays, along with silver plate peppers and salt and a bell

Carbine Club Ashtray, made by Crown Lynn Potteries, New Zealand

Four silver ashtrays with engine turned decoration by Viners, Sheffield

Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1939, rectangular table cigarette box, spreading foot with single step flanged lid, plain bodied, inset composition base, wood lined, together with two silver ashtrays and a cigar holder (4), height 6.5 cm, width 23 cm, depth 11 c