A rare 1941 painting of a Maori Chieftainess by New Zealand artist Charles Frederick Goldie sold for an impressive £203,000*, with six bidders competing on the phones and the internet.
A magnificent still life of flowers on a ledge by the 19th century Dutch painter Hendrik Reekers sold for £100,000 hammer with fierce competition on the phones.
An unusual and beautifully detailed large late Victorian watercolour of the Golden temple at Amritsar made an above estimate price of £7000.
Portraits in general sold strongly, with a group of 17th century works performing especially well. The highest of these, a rediscovered portrait by L Schunemann sold at the top end of its estimate for £7,000, a record price for the artist, with significant interest from the Netherlands.
*All prices include buyer's premium