A set of Russian collectors’ items are among 2,000 lots which will go under the hammer at Mitchells’ next antiques and fine art sale.

The items include a silver enamelled and jewelled cigarette case with a classical scene and 84 Kokoshnik mark originating from Moscow during the period 1908-1926 which is valued at £1,800 to £2,200.

From the same collection is a Gustav Klingert (1865-1917) enamelled lidded cylindrical box also from Moscow dated 1894 which is expected to make £800-£1,200. Other items in the collection include an 18th century Russian Icon depicting Gabriel painted in egg tempura on a wooden panel with an estimate of £800 to £1,200 and a St. Petersburg silver cigarette case with second Kokoshnik mark dated 1908-1926 with an estimate of £1,000 to £1,500.

Ceramics will also feature in the sale, which takes place from March 20 to 22.

Highlights in that section include a 1909 Royal Worcester pot pourri vase with cover decorated with sheep in a mountainous landscape by celebrated artist Harry Davis (1885-1970), which is valued at £2,000 to £3,000.

A similar example by John Stinton (1854-1956) decorated with highland cattle which has a crack to the lid has an estimate of £700 to £1,000.

A large Moorcroft pomegranate leaf and berry fruit bowl from the early 20th century is expected to sell for £400 to £800. There is also a Sevres ecuelle, stand and cover dated 1762 hand painted with flowers against a turquoise ground valued at £600 to £800 and another similar lot dated slightly earlier with maritime scenes with the same estimate £600 to £800. A pair of white marble and malachite vases are expected to sell for £200 to £300.

The sale will include more than 200 lots of coins, including early hammered examples such as an Edward IV Groat dated 1465, and modern Silver Proof collections, including a single owner collection of Elizabeth II Gold and Silver Proofs and Piedfort sets. Of particular local interest is a Workington Bank 1 Guinea note dated 1809 and from the same source a collection of Sierra Leone Golde, brought back by the vendor who worked there as a young man.

The sale features the usual extensive collection of jewellery including a boxed Chopard Mille Miglia GMT chronometer 2005 watch which is expected to sell for £1,500 to £2,000. Eye-catching lots among the collectors’ items include a 1930s Johann Balthasar Trumpfheller carved ivory figure of Echo, valued at £500 to £800, and wine and port including three bottles of Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin 1990 Brut Rose Champagne, with an estimate of £500 to £800. An Art Deco Vitascope clock with a green Bakelite case should sell for £200 to £300.

The sale will also feature furniture including a good Victorian style walnut floral marquetry breakfront bookcase with Sevres style porcelain plaques which is expected to make £2,000 to £3,000. There are also some good pieces of Gillows-style furniture manufactured by Whitehaven cabinet makers in the early 19th century including a Regency mahogany dining table valued at £1,000 to £1,500 and a small Regency Pembroke table with an estimate of £150 to £250 as well as an extensive range of grandfather clocks.

The picture section features a good unsigned pair of Venetian canal scenes which are expected to make £400 to £600 and a small oil painting On The Solway by William Darling McKay RSA (1844-1824) valued at £250 to £300 as well as the usual wide range of works by local artists.

A miniature portrait on ivory panel of “Elizabeth of Valois, Princess of France, daughter of Catherine de Medici …” singed by M. Mauro and dated 1906 should make £100 to £150.

Day one of the sale on Wednesday, March 20 will include coins and stamps, Asian art, jewellery, watches and pocket watches, silver and allied wares, textiles and 20th century lots. The second day on Thursday, March 21 will include ceramics and glassware, paintings, drawings and prints, objects of art, collectors’ items and metalware. Day three on Friday, March 22 will include table boxes, wall clocks, barometers, mirrors, furniture, longcase clocks and dining tables.

The saleroom will be open for viewing on Sunday, March 17, 11am to 3pm, Monday, March 18, 10am to 5pm, Tuesday, March 19, 10am to 7pm, and throughout the sale including Wednesday, March 20 from 9am to 7pm.

Entries are now invited for Mitchells next country sporting sale on Saturday, April 13. The closing date is Friday, March 15.