Gorringe's Auctioneers Fine Summer 2022

Fine Art & Antiques Auction Tuesday 28th June 2022 Gorringe's the leading fine arts and antique auction house in the South East. 15 North Street Lewes BN7 2PE Viewing on: Friday 24th June: 9am to 5pm Saturday 25th June: 9am to 1pm Sunday: CLOSED Monday 27th June: 9am to 4pm Day of sale: 8am to 9:30am www.gorringes.co.uk clientservices@gorringes.co.uk

Fine Art & Antiques Auction

Tuesday 28th June 2022

Gorringe's the leading fine arts and antique auction house in the South East.

15 North Street

Viewing on:

Friday 24th June: 9am to 5pm
Saturday 25th June: 9am to 1pm
Sunday: CLOSED
Monday 27th June: 9am to 4pm
Day of sale: 8am to 9:30am



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Tuesday 28th June





Tuesday 28th June

9.30 am

Philip Taylor - Partner

+44 (0)1273 472503


15 North Street, Lewes, Sussex BN7 2PE

Sally Taylor - Partner

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Friday 24th June 9.00-5.00

Saturday 25th June 9.00-1.00

Monday 27th June 9.00-4.30


23% + VAT

payable on the hammer price of all lots



Please note that , owing to the recent introduction

of Money Laundering Regulations, clients wishing to

bid in this auction are asked likely to be asked to

provide two forms of identification. This applies to

both new and existing clients.

General Enquiries:

Tel: 01273 472503

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Cover: Lot 302

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Lot 6




§ Artist’s resale right - 4% on the hammer price

† VAT on the hammer price

* Import tax of 5% on the hammer price


You may bid in the room, by commission bid, by telephone or live online. To register to bid in the room please visit the

cashiers desk on the day of the sale. To leave a commission bid please use the online facility, telephone, email or fill out a

bidding form. Bids must be received no later than 9a.m. on the saleday.


Telephone bids must be received no later than close of business on the 27th of June.


There are three online bidding platforms to choose from; thesaleroom.com, easylive.co.uk and invalauble.com. All have

different additional charges on top of the hammer price and buyer’s premium.


Rarely are things at auction in perfect condition so do satisfy yourself as to the condition of each lot. Condition reports

are not printed in the catalogue. They are all available in the online catalogue at www.gorringes.co.uk. Please email if you

require further information about a lot.


Please note that due to the withdrawal of the Retail Export Scheme by HMRC, we are unable to provide VAT refunds

documentation for hand-carried exports. In order to qualify for a VAT refund, your lots must be exported by a shipper

and valid exportation documentation must be provided.


Payment is required by Wednesday 30th of June by debit card, BACS, Worldpay and cash (subject to money laundering

regulations). Please note we do not accept credit cards or American Express.


Shipping can prove expensive so please ask us for a shipping quote before bidding. We aim to provide in-house packing

where practical but high value and delicate items may well require a specialist. Overseas shipping is best provided by a

shipper in order to access appropriate insurance cover. We can recommend local carriers, UK domestic carriers and

International shipping specialists.


You can collect as soon as you wish as long as payment has been received. Purchases not colelcted within two weeks of

the sale date will be held in storage and charged at the rate of £5+ VAT per lot per day. Please contact us if you require

special arrangements to be made regarding storage.


Visit www.gorringes.co.uk for full conditions of sale.


Tuesday 28th June at 9.30am.


Bronzes and Metalware

Ceramics and Glass

Asian Works of Art


Carpets & Furniture

1 - 57

58 - 78

79 - 128

129 - 273

274 - 292

293 - 338

Tuesday 28th June at 1.30pm.

Paintings and Prints

Silver - 3.00pm approx


Medals &

Jewellery - 3.30pm approx

339 - 497

498 - 558

559 - 583

584 - 717



Miscellenea, Bronzes & Indian

Works of Art

Lots 1 - 78




Lot 1

° Lear (Edward). Illustrations of

Birds, drawn for John Gould,

collected and introduced by

David Attenborough, facsimile

edition, Folio Society, 2012,

number 514 of 780 copies signed

by David Attenborough, 81 colour

plates, additional copy of the

Eagle Plate, original blue-green

full morocco richly gilt, large folio

(54 x 36 cm)

Lot 2

£1,000 - 1,500

° Queen Victoria interest. A

Grant of Arms from Duchy of

Lancaster The Queen to The

Right Honourable Viscount

Cross GCB dated 29th June

1895, Richard Assheton Cross,

1st Viscount Cross, 1823-1914,

was a Conservative politician

and Home secretary in the

governments of Benjamin Disraeli

and Lord Salisbury. He was

latterly appointed Chancellor of

the Duchy of Lancaster by Queen


Lot 3

£300 - 500

Georges Cap. A Parfums Djemil

poster, 134 x 93.5cm.

£800 - 1,200


Lot 4

A Grant of Arms to Nicholas

Stanyhurst of Dublin; 1 August

1554 Grant by Bartholomew

Butler otherwise Ulster, principal

herald and King of Arms of the

whole kingdom of Ireland, to

Nicholas Stanyhurst, citizen,

alderman and formerly mayor

of Dublin, Clerk of the Hanaper

and Clerk of the Crown of the

Chancery of Ireland; Latin and

French, 30 x 57cm

Proem reciting that virtuous men

should be rewarded not only on

account of their own merits, but

also that their progeny should be

honoured and extolled

Recites that although the family

have been armigerous, as can be

shown from the registers of arms,

the form of their arms is uncertain,

as is whether they bore them in

accordance with the laws of arms;

but being unwilling to prejudice

any gentleman or nobleman,

in accordance with Nicholas’s

petition and by virtue of the letters

patent granted to Butler, he grants

the arms, depicted in the margin:


These arms would now be

blazoned Argent a saltire between

four boar’s heads erased gules

armed or/argent, on a chief or

three bendlets vair; on a torse

argent and azure a boar’s head

couped gules membered argent,

seated on five peacock feathers

proper, mantelled gules and

argent buttoned or. The torse is

painted in different colours from

the blazon.

Given at Dublin

Signed under the turn-up: per

me Batho[lomew]e Butler alias

Wolster roy d’armes d’irlanda

(by me Bartholomew Butler

otherwise Ulster, King of Arms of


Ink and colour on parchment,

318 x 575 mm; in the initial letter

an image of Butler, wearing

a gold crown, with a fur-lined

coat beneath a tabard with the

quartered arms of England

and France, and pointing with

a white wand of office towards

the depiction of the arms; in the

top border the lilies of France

flanking a crowned garter

encircling a Tudor rose; the top

and right margins decorated

with carnations, forget-me-nots,

pansies, roses, thistles and

strawberries; the left margin

shows the full achievement of the

arms as granted, surmounting a

staff resembling a narwhal’s tusk

arising from red and blue mantling

against a floral background.

Tags for two seals [Butler’s seal

of office and his personal seal],

neither present, but with the lower

half of a turned wooden skippet

still attached to the smaller tag.

This must be one of the earliest

surviving grants issued by Ulster

after the establishment of his

office two years earlier in 1552.

Although a letter O (for omnibus)

is called for, the initial letter of

this grant is clearly a T. Grants

by the herald Thomas Hawley

(d1557, see ODNB), who like

Bartholomew Butler may have

been a Scot (for example British

Library Add. MS 37687 of 5 April

1556, and Guildhall Library MS

21734 of 15 Oct 1556), show him

crowned, bearded and identically

attired to Butler in this grant.

That, and the lack of any Irish

symbolism such as a harp (which

had clearly emerged by 1604 –

see the frontispiece to National

Library of Ireland GO MS 66) may

suggest that at this early date no

iconography specific to Ireland

had emerged, and that in the

years immediately following its

establishment the office of Ulster

King employed as a template

for its own productions grants

issued by Thomas Hawley as


See online description for further


Christopher Whittick 7 vi 2022

£4,000 - 6,000

Lot 5

Oscar Wilde. An autographed

letter to Mrs Visger of

Lewisham regarding an article

written to the Daily News dated

April 17th 1888, on paper headed

Womans World La Belle Sauvage,

Ludgate Hill, 20 x 12.5cm

Lot 6

£400 - 600

Rolf Kemp. A Moody Brothers

limited advertising poster for

Willy Pantzer and his World’s

Most Marvellous Midgets “In

the cabaret”, 224 x 101cm


£400 - 600

Lot 7

A Mont Blanc Year of the

Golden Dragon fountain pen,

the cap applied with a dragon

holding a pearl in it’s mouth, 18k

gold nib with 4810 numbering and

dated 2000, 13cm

£1,500 - 2,000



Lot 8

A late 1930’s 18ct gold cased

and sapphire and diamond set

side lever fountain pen, with

Dunhill Namiki nib, 11cm

£600 - 800

Lot 9

Elvis: A signed photograph

and related material formerly

belonging to Peter Aldersley,

ex Radio Luxembourg DJ and

Co-founder and Chairman of

The International Elvis Presley

Appreciation Society See online

description for full listing

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 10

Bert Hill -TV Times and

freelance photographer, an

archive of photos of actors

from the 1970s-80s

£300 - 500


Lot 11

An autographed Beatles

photograph and four related

photographs of the Beatles with

Peter Aldersley, autographed

photo 19.5 x 14.5cm.

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 12

A 17th century English

stumpwork panel, depicting a

noble couple with castle beyond,

leopard and stag, further animals

and floral motifs, 20 x 28cm

£600 - 800


Lot 13

A Simon & Halbig original

doll 1099, original wig and body

missing one finger, height 46cm

£500 - 700



Lot 14

An S.G. bisque shoulder head

French fashion doll c.1875, cork

pate mohair wig attached, pale

blue glass eyes, kid leather body,

one finger missing from right hand

wearing cream silk dress from

vintage fabric, 36cm.

£500 - 700






Lot 15

A bottle of Krug 1979 vintage

champagne, 32cm high

Lot 16

£400 - 600

A bottle of Domaine de Larriou

Bas Armagnac 1913, 31cm high

Lot 17

£600 - 800

Two bottles of Chateau Mouton

Rothschild 1982, height 30cm

Lot 18

£1,500 - 2,000

Nine bottles of Chateau

Trotanoy Pomerol 1999, height


£350 - 450


Lot 19

A 19th century Italian gold

mounted micro-mosaic plaque,

depicting an Italianate landscape,

5.5 x 4.25cm

£2,000 - 3,000

Lot 20

A 19th century Italian 18K

gold and enamel plaque icon,

c.1820, Bulgari, set in a green

leather bound traveling case, the

plaque finely painted depicting

the Holy family, probably made

in Switzerland in the early 1800’s

and later mounted in gold.

Hallmarked 18k (750 standard),

Made in Italy, plaque width 6cm,

height 6cm

£5,000 - 7,000

Lot 21

A pair of 20th century Russian

style 18K gold, nephrite,

diamond and ruby set vases,

c.1970 applied with 18k solid gold

laurel garlands suspended from a

ring set with bright diamond and

cabochon rubies in V junctions.

Both sides are applied with a star

of David in platinum and set with

diamonds, the other side with a

Hanukkah in platinum and yellow

gold, diamonds and drop shaped

rubies, width 6cm, height 15cm.

£4,000 - 6,000

Lot 22

A 19th century Austrian

silver-gilt and painted enamel

timepiece, Karl Bender, c.1880,

heart shaped, mounted with fresh

water pearls and a figural finial,

elevated by a figure of Poseidon

on a triangular base, the corners

set with three hippocampi,

enamelled with floral scrolls and

oval panels depicting classical

scenes. Hallmarked Austrian-

Hungarian assay city letter A

(Vienna), Makers mark KB (Karl

Bender, active 1874-1892), width

12cm, height 24cm

£4,000 - 6,000


Lot 23

A 19th century Austrian silvergilt

and enamel reliquary, by

Rudolf Linke, c.1890, pierced

and decorated with multi-coloured

enamels, sides set with carved

rock crystal panels and a carved

plaque depicting a crest of the

city of Vienna, the hinged lid

opens to reveal a compartment

to store religious relic, hallmarked

Austrian-Hungarian assay city

letter A (Vienna), circa 1880,

Makers mark RL (Rudolf Linke)

width 10.5cm, depth 5cm, height


£2,500 - 3,000



Lot 24

A set of ten 19th century

Italian micro-mosaic buttons,

mounted within cut steel borders,

each depicting views of classical

Roman buildings, overall 1.75 x

1.2cm, with a single unmounted

small panel of a goat, 2.25 x 2cm

£500 - 800




Lot 25

A 19th century Italian silvered

and ormolu mounted mother of

pearl casket, width 15cm, depth

7cm, height 11cm

Lot 26

£350 - 450

A 19th century Italian white

metal hunting horn, with ormolu

mounts and flower and mask

decoration, length 40cm, depth


Lot 27

£200 - 300

An early 20th century Italian

pietra dura plaque depicting an

elegant lady, 26 x 15cm

Lot 28

£800 - 1,200

A Dunhill Namiki maki-e

(lacquer) tallboy lighter, c.1930,

decorated with a pheasant

perched on a maple branch, the

reverse inscribed, Namiki-kan,

(Supervised by Namiki) and with

artist’s signature of Shozan for

Tadao Sato with his red seal, the

base stamped ‘DUNHILL FAB


6.4 cm high

£400 - 600



Lot 29

An antique hardstone cameo

of Hermes and nine Italian lava

cameos Largest 2.75 x 2.25cm.

£200 - 300



Lot 30

A 19th century French micro

mosaic topped gold mounted

tortoiseshell snuff box, of

rectangular form, the lid inset

with a view of the Spanish Steps,

Rome, gold lining with maker’s

stamp LB, hallmarked for Paris

1809-19, 8.5 x 6.25 x 2.5cm.

£800 - 1,200




Lot 31

A late 18th century tortoiseshell

poudre d’écaille box, the

cover inset with two portraits

of young ladies, below a

monogram ‘JC’ with coronet,

mounted in gilt metal, UK

APHA Registration of an ivory

item Submission reference:

H2MAVDWY 8cm diameter

Lot 32

£500 - 700

A late WWII Japanese military

shin-gunto with military bounds,

signed tang, overall 93.5cm

Lot 33

£300 - 500

An 18th century James Barbar

flintlock blunderbuss with 36cm

brass barrel signed London and

lock signed J.Barbar, 75cm.

£800 - 1,200

Lot 34

A John Cooper & Sons

taxidermic display of two

perch, caught by S.F. Maybrick,

Warminster, July 14th 1934, in

glazed bowfront display case,

width 70cm, height 39cm, depth


£800 - 1,200


Lot 35

A W.F. Homer taxidermic

roach, caught at Marlow by E.

Stapleton, Aug 25th 1905, wgt

1lb 4ozs, in bowfront display

case, width 45cm, depth 13cm,

height 29cm

£300 - 400

Lot 36

A late Victorian John Cooper &

Sons taxidermic chubb, 4lbs,

caught 1895 at Rugeley by Mr

Perks of the Highgate Club,

in bowfront display case, width

63cm, depth 17cm, height 35cm

£300 - 400


Lot 37

A W.F. Homer taxidermic bream,

in bowfront display case, width

61cm, depth 16cm, height 37cm

£200 - 300

Lot 38

A late Victorian S.F. Sanders

taxidermic Thames trout, taken

at Boveney Weir, 7th June 1891,

weight 6¾lbs, in bowfront display

case, width 74cm, depth, 17cm,

height 37cm

£200 - 300


Lot 39

A large unworked Narwhal tusk,

c.1970, with CITES certificate

616984/01 permit for sale issued

by APHA, 31 May 2022, 257cm

long (8ft 5.5in.)

Lot 40

£8,000 - 12,000

A cased taxidermic pair of

golden eagles, in naturalistic

setting, ex Walter Potter,

Bramber, width 79cm, depth

51cm height 102cm

£1,500 - 2,500

Lot 41

A Leica IIIa camera, number

302196 with Leitz Elmar F51:35

lens, Elmar 5cm adapter ring and

leather cases

£300 - 500


Lot 42

A good Victorian lacquered

brass monocular microscope,

originally owned by Charles

Neate (1806–1879), with original

walnut cased set of acromatic

object glasses for microscopes

and other accessories, signed on

the microscope and many of the

lens cases, microscope height


Charles Neate (1806–1879)

was an English politician and

academic, economist and political


£800 - 1,200







Lot 43

A 19th century Swiss ten air

inlaid walnut musical box,

in plain rectangular case, the

movement with 27cm cylinder and

chinoiserie figural strikers on six

bells, width 60cm, depth 31cm,

height 26cm

Lot 44

£400 - 600

An early 20th century Louis

Vuitton iron bound travelling

trunk, with yellow LV fabric

covering and old shipping labels,

the interior with original canvas

and two lift-out trays, and label for

Paris and New York, width 76cm,

depth 48cm, height 55cm

£3,000 - 5,000

Lot 45

A Louis Vuitton motoring

trunk, with studded black leather

covering, and brass loop handles

with remnants of leather straps,

original canvas interior with label

for Paris and London, width 85cm,

depth 44cm, height 32cm

Lot 46

£2,000 - 3,000

A 1920’s Louis Vuitton

miniature suitcase, stamped

L.Vuitton, 20 x 13 x 6cm.

Lot 47


£700 - 1,000

A Louis Vuitton train case,

no.873750, width 41cm, depth

18cm, height 24cm.

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 48

In the manner of Marino Marini,

a terracotta sculpture, reclining

female nude, length 120cm.

Lot 49

£800 - 1,200

A pair of 19th century carved

marble models of crouching

cats, width 32cm, depth 12cm,

height 22cm

£400 - 600





Lot 50

A late 19th century carved

alabaster model of The Dying

Gaul, on integral oval base, and

moulded green marble plinth,

width 65cm, height 43cm

Lot 51


£800 - 1,200

A 19th century Italian carved

white marble bust of a bearded

man, on matching socle, width

31cm, height 56cm

£300 - 500

Lot 52

William John Seward Webber

(1842-1919). A carved white

marble bust of a gentleman,

thought to be Edward VII,

signed to the reverse and dated

1891, width 56cm, height 65cm

Lot 53


£800 - 1,200

A group of antiquities

comprising two scarabs, an

Egyptian style gypsum head,

and two antique terracotta


£200 - 300

Lot 54


A mid 19th century French

marquetry inlaid walnut country

house post box, of architectural

form, with barley twist corners

and floral inlaid panels, applied

with an ivory plaque inscribed


OUT 5.30.P.M’, width 26cm, depth

24cm, height 56cm

UK APHA Registration of an

ivory item Submission reference:


£400 - 600




Lot 55

A Stobwasser papier mache

snuff box, painted with lovers,

signed and numbered 5642,


Lot 56

£400 - 600

A Victorian red morocco

despatch box, formerly

the property of the Right

Honourable Viscount Cross

GCB, GCSI, with Royal ciphers

and naming to the top, interior

in black leather with maker’s

stamp for John Pound & Co of

Leadenhall Street,

Richard Assheton Cross, 1st

Viscount Cross, 1823-1914,

was a Conservative politician

and Home Secretary in the

governments of Benjamin Disraeli

and Lord Salisbury. width 46cm,

depth 28cm, height 15cm

£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 57

An early 20th century red

morocco despatch box,

formerly the property of

Richard Assheton Cross,

b.1882, embossed in gold with

the initials of Viscount Richard

Cross “R.A.C.” Manufactured

by Wickwar and Co, London.

Includes an unbound copy of “A

Family History. [On the family

of Cross. With a genealogical

table.]” by Richard Assheton

Cross, published by Eyre and

Spottiswoode, 1900, width 42cm,

depth 30cm, height 9.5cm

Lot 58


£600 - 800

A good set of four early 20th

century Louis XVI style ormolu

three branch wall lights with

acanthus, flower and mask plates

and scroll branches, width 41cm,

height 62cm

£2,000 - 3,000

Lot 59

A moose antler ten branch

electrolier, 70cm drop, 110cm


Lot 60

£400 - 600

A graduated set of four

Austrian cold painted bronze

bulldogs, 18.5 to 5cm.

Lot 61

£600 - 800

Three Franz Bergman cold

painted bronze figures of Arab

boys around a camp fire, one

with coffee pot on a brazier,

the other seated onlooking with

weapons and a water flask to one

side, largest 18.5cm.

£800 - 1,200





Lot 62

Jean Francois Théodore

Gechter (French 1796-1844). A

bronze model of a greyhound

on naturalistic base, signed in the

bronze, width 31cm. height 30cm.

£300 - 500

Lot 63

Pierre Joseph Hugonnet. A

1930s French Art Deco bronze

model of a spear thrower,

kneeling with spear raised aloft,

on signed marble plinth, length

90cm, height 38cm

£500 - 700


Lot 64

Thomas-Francois Cartier

(1879-1943). A bronzed group

of rutting stags, standing upon

a naturalistic base, signed in the

bronze, width 69cm, height 31cm

£500 - 700







Lot 65

Pierre Jules Mène (French,

1810-1879). A bronze group of a

saddled horse standing upon a

mound with a terrier at its feet,

signed in the bronze, width 69cm,

height 43cm

Lot 66

£3,000 - 5,000

Alexandre Schoenewerk

(French, 1820-1885). A 19th

century German bronze figure

of a classical water carrier,

seated upon a mound with

waterlilies at her feet, signed in

the bronze, width 38cm, height


Lot 67

£400 - 600

Vincenzo Gemito (Italian

1852-1929). A bronze figural

sculpture ‘L’Acquaiolo’ (The

Water Carrier), foundry mark,

height 52cm

Lot 68

£600 - 800

Auguste Moreau (French, 1834-

1917). A bronze figure of a nude

girl seated on a mound holding

a book with birds at her feet,

signed in the bronze, on later

simulated marble plinth, overall

height 45cm

Lot 69

£400 - 600

A 19th century bronze model

of a griffon, standing with raised

paw, length 58cm, height 45cm

Lot 70

£1,000 - 1,500

A pair of 19th century French

Empire style bronze and

ormolu four light candelabra,

each with female angel stem

holding the branches over

head, on spherical topped floral

decorated column plinths, width

21cm, height 80cm

£800 - 1,200



73 72

Lot 71

A pair of 19th century French

Empire style bronze and

ormolu four light candelabra,

each modelled with a classical

athlete holding aloft the scrolling

branches in one hand with a floral

wreath in the other, raised upon

domed and squared plinths, width

25cm, height 68cm

£600 - 800

Lot 72

A pair of Louis XVI style

bronze and ormolu two light

candelabra, each with seated

putto stem and scrolling foliate

branches, on marble and slate

bases, width 22cm, height 51cm


£200 - 300

Lot 73

A pair of early 19th century

bronze and ormolu figural

candelabra, each modelled as

a cherub holding aloft scrolling

branches, with pineapple cut

glass sconces and spear shaped

drops, on two tone marble socles,

width 30cm, height 42cm

£800 - 1,000





Lot 74

Editions Reverolis of Paris. A

1930’s French Art Deco bronze

figure of a classical athlete

standing with raised arm, on

signed marble plinth, width 51cm,

depth 15cm, height 76cm

Lot 75

£500 - 700

A pair of Louis XVI style ormolu

mounted green marble urns

with fixed lids and cherub and

eagle mounts, height 41cm.

£600 - 800

Lot 76


Henri-Alfred-Marie Jacquemart

(French, 1824-1896). An

animalier bronze group of a

hound looking at a tortoise

Signed in the bronze width 18cm,

height 15cm.

Lot 77

£500 - 700

A pair of Louis XVI style bronze

and ormolu cassolets with

goats head terminals and loaded

circular bases, height 23cm.

£400 - 600

Lot 78

A pair of 19th century Grecian

revival ormolu two lights

candelabra, with classical

goddess finials, acanthus scroll

arms and spear shaped lustre

drops, on foliate motif stems and

circular bases with stylised ram’s

head feet, width 39cm depth

13cm height 44cm

£600 - 800

Decorative Arts,

Ceramics & Glass

Lots 79 - 128






84 80


Lot 79

An unusual Royal Worcester

‘frog and mice’ ewer, c.1880,

modelled with three mice

clambering over the lower half

of the body and applied with a

scrolling dragon handle, the scale

moulded body painted with a

croaking frog, a leaping frog and

an owl by a pond, smudged green

printed mark to base, 29cm high

Lot 80

£300 – 500

A Rozenberg Art Nouveau

earthenware three piece clock

garniture, decorated with lilac

pansies on a green and yellow

ground, clock 45cm high

£800 - 1,200

Lot 81

A Daum cameo glass ‘dusk

river landscape’ bowl, c.1905,

of decorated with a dusk river

landscape with mountains

beyond, 15.5cm wide

Lot 82

£300 - 500

A Martin Brothers ‘grotesque

fish’ beaker, dated 1914, Incised

mark Martin Bros. Southall 12–

1914’, 8.7cm high, hairline crack

Lot 83

£200 - 400

A Martin Brothers blue glazed

vase, dated 1912, incised mark

‘11 1912 Martin Bros. Southall’,

9.5 cm high

£200 - 400


Lot 84

A Martin Brothers scale pattern

ovoid small vase, dated 1910,

covered in an olive green glaze,

incised mark ‘10 1910 Martin

Bros. London & Southall’, 13.5 cm


Lot 85

£300 - 500

A Goldscheider Art Deco

pottery figure of a dancer,

modelled by Dakon, wearing

a blue floral dress, on a canted

rectangular domed base, printed

mark and impressed model

number 6555/28/10, 30cm high

£300 - 500

Lot 86

Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995)

a cup, saucer and side plate,

c.1959, each white glazed

stoneware with manganese rims,

impressed LR seal. Provenancebought

from Galerie Besson in

1992. cup 8cm high

£400 - 600

Lot 87

Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995)

a cup, saucer and side plate,

c.1959, each white glazed

stoneware with manganese rims,

impressed LR seal. Provenanceas

per lot 86. cup 8cm high

Lot 88

£400 - 600

Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995)

a cup, saucer and side plate,

c.1959, each white glazed

stoneware with manganese rims,

impressed LR seal. Provenanceas

per lot 86. cup 8.1cm high

Lot 89

£400 - 600

§ Edmund de Waal (b.1964)

a tall porcelain lidded jar,

c.1993, covered in a pale celadon

glaze, impressed artist’s mark,

Provenance - purchased by the

owner in Autumn 1993 from de

Waal’s stand at the Chelsea

Crafts Fair at Chelsea Town Hall.

33.4cm high

Lot 90

£8,000 - 12,000

§ Edmund de Waal (b.1964)

a banded cylinder porcelain

lidded jar, c.1993, covered

in a pale celadon glaze with

some flambé tints to the lower

third, impressed artist’s marks,

Provenance - as per lot 89.

15.5cm high.

£1,500 - 2,500

Lot 91



§ Edmund de Waal (b.1964) a

tall dimpled porcelain lidded

vase, c.1993, covered in a pale

celadon glaze, impressed artist’s

mark, Provenance - as per lot 89.

28.5cm high.

£6,000 - 8,000

Lot 92

§ Edmund de Waal (b.1964) a

porcelain bottle vase, c.1993,

with tapered neck and pale

celadon glaze, impressed artist’s

mark, Provenance - as per lot 89.

16.5cm high




£1,500 - 2,500





Lot 93

A pair of large Delft jars and

covers, Pieter Kocx factory De

Grieksche A, c.1701-1722, each

of lobed hexagonal form, painted

in Chinese verte Imari style with

birds amid foliage, auspicious

objects and beasts, the domed

covers surmounted by lion and

ball finials, the base with APK

monogram mark, 50.5cm high,

damage to covers

Lot 94

£600 - 800

A pair of large Meissen figures

of magpies, late 19th century,

each with blue crossed swords

mark, incised model no. 62,

Tallest 53.5cm, restorations

£200 - 300

Lot 95

A Cantagalli maiolica holy

water stoop, late 19th century/

early 20th century, the arched

back panel painted with the

Madonna and child, with

anthemion and fruit swag crest,

the base with cherub spandrel,

cockerel mark, 49cm high

Lot 96


£400 - 600

A pair of Sevres style porcelain

and ormolu mounted vases,

late 20th century, each

decorated with figure scenes after

Boucher, the gilded reserves on a

cobalt blue ground, 49cm high

£300 - 500


Lot 97

A Meissen outside decorated

dish, 19th century, painted with

a courting couple in a music

salon, within a chocolate brown

and gilt border, underglaze blue

crossed swords mark with two

incised lines, 40cm diameter

Lot 98

£300 - 500

A pair of Potschappel porcelain

vases and cover, late 19th

century, each flower and fruit

encrusted and painted with

classical figure scenes, the

reverse with floral bouquets, the

shoulder modelled with a pair of

busts of women, underglaze blue

T over X mark, 41cm high, slight


£600 - 800








Lot 99

A pair of Sevres style Paris

porcelain and ormolu mounted

oil lamps, late 19th century,

each painted with figures in a

boat, the reverse with a floral

bouquet, within gilt decorated

cobalt blue borders, 43cm high

Lot 100

£400 - 600

A Limoges enamel plaque

of Napoleon, standing in his

study, signed by M. Betowine

after David, 33.5 x 25cm, with

additional gilt frame

£1,500 - 2,000

Lot 101

A 19th century French bisque

plaque of Napoleon, within floral

ormolu frame, diameter 14cm

Lot 102

£400 - 600

A Meissen group of the good

mother, 19th century, after a

model by Michel Victor Acier,

blue crossed swords mark,

incised E69. and 50, 22cm high

Lot 103

£300 - 400

A Meissen group of the three

winemakers, 19th century, after

a model by Michel Victor Acier,

blue crossed swords mark, model

number C 65, 21cm high

£250 - 300

Lot 104

A Meissen group of four

dancing children, early 20th

century, incised model number

2728, 15cm high

Lot 105

£200 - 250

A Meissen group of a Chinese

woman and two children, 20th

century, blue crossed swords

mark and impressed model

number 65649 14.5cm high

Lot 106

£150 - 200

A Meissen group of the tailor’s

wife riding a goat, 19th century,

blue crossed swords mark and

model number 155, 18cm high

£150 - 200




Lot 107

A Meissen group of two

children eating from a bowl,

Marcolini period and a Meissen

figure of a flower girl, early 20th

century each with blue crossed

swords Mark, the former with

puce decorator’s mark ‘11’ the

latter with incised model number

14 12 and 12.5cm high (2)

Lot 108

£200 - 300

A Meissen Group of a young

couple, Cupid and a hare, 19th

century, blue crossed swords

mark and incised model number

2941, 17cm high

£200 - 300


Lot 109

A Vienna style porcelain two

handled cup, cover and stand,

late 19th century, finely painted

with classical figure scenes after

Angelica Kaufmann, underglaze

blue shield marks, 42cm high

Lot 110

Napoleonic Wars interest.

£300 - 400

A large Berlin porcelain twin

handled urn, c.1816, presented

to Sir Henry Hardinge (1785-

1856) by the Prussian Prince-

General Blücher (1742-1819),

finely painted with a portrait of

Prince Blücher in military uniform

the reverse with gilt inscription

‘Dem Obersten Hardinge Zun

Andenken von Seinem Freunde’

(For the most highly respected

Hardinge, in remembrance from

his friends), 49cm high

£400 - 600


Lot 111

A large Sevres style porcelain

ormolu mounted vase and

cover, late 19th century, painted

with fete gallant scenes, within

jewelled gilt decorated reserves

on a bleu celeste ground, 61.5cm

high, stained

Lot 112

£700 - 1,000

An impressive Meissen white

glazed porcelain life size

model of a heron, 20th century,

after J. J. Kändler, the bird

preening its feathers, standing

over a tree stump and reeds,

the base modelled with a frog

and a snail, blue crossed swords

mark, impressed 76008 and with

crossed swords above weiß.

Literature- Cassidy-Geiger, 2008,

no. 39, p. 246, illus. 76.5cm high

£6,000 - 8,000





Lot 113

Robert Ullmann (1903-1966)

for Meissen, a white glazed

porcelain figure of a seated

female nude, blue crossed

swords Mark, impressed Q238

and with a cross swords above

weiß, 31.5cm high

Lot 114

£400 - 600

Robert Ullmann (1903-1966) for

Meissen, a large white glazed

porcelain three-quarter length

figure of a nude woman, blue

crossed swords mark, impressed

Q294 with a crossed swords

above weiß, 50.5cm high

£400 - 600

Lot 115


Robert Ullmann (1903-1966) for

Meissen, a large white glazed

porcelain three-quarter length

figure of a nude woman, blue

crossed swords mark, impressed

73350 and with crossed swords

above weiß, 50.5cm high

£400 - 600

Lot 116

A Staffordshire ‘lion and lamb’

group, mid 19th century,

supposedly inspired by American

lion-tamer Isaac Van Amburgh,

who last visited Britain in 1848.

height 26cm.

Lot 117


£300 - 500

A pair of Minton classical

revival majolica jardinieres, late

19th century, each gadrooned

and modelled with flower festoons

suspended from a rams mask

handle, impressed marks, 37cm

high, restored

£1,200 - 1,600







Lot 118

A rare pearlware dish shaped

Pope Joan gaming rack, early

19th century, each section

inscribed including a spelling

correction for INTRIGUE, 26.5cm

diameter, small chips

Lot 119

£1,000 - 1,500

A documentary English

delftware blue and white

model of a shoe, dated 1732,

painted with bands of flowers

and scrolls, the underside of the

arch of the shoe inscribed ‘AM (?)

May ye 12 * 1732’. Cf. a similar

delftware model of a shoe in the

Victorian Albert Museum, London,

accession no. C.304-1926. 16cm

long, damage

£300 - 500

Lot 120

A Royal Worcester fruit painted

vase and cover, by John

Freeman, c.1962, gilt printed

mark including ‘Shropshire

Horticultural Society 1962’, shape

no. H/109, 19cm high

Lot 121

£300 - 500

A Royal Worcester fruit painted

tea cup and saucer, date code

for 1925/6, the interior of the cup

painted by Moseley with peaches

and blackberries, gilded exterior,

the saucer painted with peaches

and strawberries by Price,

12.6cm, puce printed marks,

£150 - 200

Lot 122

Two Royal Worcester Stinton

painted ‘cattle at dusk’ plates,

c.1912, the first painted by Henry

Stinton with a matte gilt vine

leaf border, the second by John

Stinton with a cobalt blue and gilt

tooled border, both with printed

puce marks, 23cm diameter

Lot 123

£400 - 600

A Royal Worcester fruit painted

coffee set, c.1924/25, painted by

H N Price, W H and R. Austin, H.

Everett and W. Hale, puce and

blue marks, coffee pot 17.5cm


£1,500 - 2,000




Lot 124

A set of six Paragon bird

painted cabinet cups and

saucers, 1950s, each cup and

saucer finely painted with a

matching bird in a landscape

setting, including a kingfisher,

robin, thrush etc., printed marks,

saucers 11cm diameter

Lot 125

£600 - 800

A small Royal Worcester

fruit painted coffee pot, by E.

Townsend, date code for 1932,

painted with peaches and grapes,

green printed mark, 12.5cm high

£400 - 600

Lot 126

A Silesian wheel engraved

glass goblet, c.1760, possibly

made in Szklarska Poreba,

finely engraved with the motto

‘Redlich Wehrt Ewig’, the reverse

with a stag hunt vignette within

elaborate strapwork cartouches,

16.7cm high

Lot 127


£200 - 300

A Stevens and Williams cameo

glass vase, late 19th century,

decorated in white overlay with

bell shaped flowers and a butterfly

on a translucent pale blue ground,

unmarked, 22cm high

£600 - 800

Lot 128


A Bohemian enamelled glass

‘Kingfisher’ goblet, late 19th

century, enamelled to an oval

white glass reserve with a

Kingfisher grasping a fish in its

beak within a ruby paste set

surround, with white and colour

tinted floral enamelled borders,

the panelled base matching,

19.5cm high

£200 - 300

Asian Works of


Lots 129-273







Lot 129

A large Japanese Satsuma

pottery vase, Meiji period,

painted with ladies and children

amid pavilions, the reverse

with figures in boats, within

gilt decorated brocade pattern

borders on a cobalt blue ground,

four character seal mark to base,

37.5cm high

Lot 130

£400 - 600

A set of four Japanese

porcelain small cups, by

Kinkozan, Meiji period, finely

painted in Satsuma style

with butterflies amid flowers

and foliage, impressed mark

‘Kinkozan zo’, 6.2cm high

£200 - 300

Lot 131

A pair of Japanese Satsuma

pottery vases, by Bizan, Meiji

period, of pear shape applied

with a pair of boars-head

looped handles, painted with

antique objects, and furniture,

two character signature ‘Bizan’,

18.2cm high

Lot 132


£600 - 800

A Japanese Satsuma pottery

miniature globular vase, by

Yabu Meizan, Meiji period, finely

painted with Japanese maple

branches, gilt four character seal

mark to base, 4.1cm high

£200 - 300

Lot 133

A group of Japanese Satsuma

pottery tea wares, by Kinkozan,

Meiji period, comprising a

matching teapot, 12.5cm high,

a covered sugar pot and a milk

jug, each finely painted with

birds amid foliage within a faux

bamboo, gilt kanji four character

and impressed seal script marks,

and four matching cups and

saucers painted with figures, the

interior of the cups with vessels

and flowers, gilt three character

marks, saucers 15.2cm

Lot 134


£300 - 500

An unusual Japanese double

noh mask wood container, early

20th century, one side carved

with Shoki the demon vanquisher

mask, the other side with an oni

(demon) mask with stag antler

inset horns and fangs, 6.6 cm

high, tiny losses

£200 - 300







Lot 135

A Japanese mixed metal

vase, by Miyabe Atsuyoshi,

Meiji period, of Meiping form,

decorated in high relief with

wading egrets amid flowers

and foliage, signed signed ‘Dai

Nixon Kyoto ju Ikko-do Miyabe

Atsuyoshi’ with ‘kao’, 15.3cm high

Lot 136

£200 - 300

A pair of fine Japanese

cloisonné enamel vases, by

Inaba Nanaho Studio, Kyoto,

Meiji Period, each worked in fine

silver wire with trailing wisteria on

a midnight blue ground, with silver

rims and applied silver tablet

engraved ‘ Kinunken zo’, 15.3cm


£300 - 500

Lot 137

A group of Japanese

damascened iron vanity items,

by Fujii Yoshitoyo Damascene

Co., Meiji period, decorated

with various designs including

dragons, birds, a temple scene,

flowers and foliage,

Lot 138

£600 - 800

A rare Japanese bronze

okimono of a tiger attacking

a hippopotamus, Meiji period,

each figure with glass inset eyes,

unsigned, on a root wood stand,

bronze 41cm long, stand 49cm


£800 - 1,200

Lot 139

A Japanese silver, enamel and

mixed metal vase, Meiji period,

decorated with a peony branch

in mixed metals and enamel,

stamped mark to base, 12.5cm

high, dents

Lot 140

£400 - 600

A Japanese bronze and

mixed metal vase, by Miyabe

Atsuyoshi, Meiji period, of

elongated ovoid form, decorated

in high relief with egrets in flight

above lotus and bamboo, signed

‘Dai Nixon Kyoto ju Ikko-do

Miyabe Atsuyoshi’ with ‘kao’,

25.7cm high

£200 - 300





Lot 141

A Chinese export famille rose

fencai ‘Imperial Hunt’ punch

bowl, Qianlong period, finely

painted with a continuous rustic

landscape with Manchu noblemen

performing archery, falconry,

firing a musket and riding horses,

possibly depicting the Imperial

Summer Villa at the Chengde

Mountain Resort, 26.4cm

Lot 142

£400 - 600

A pair of Chinese export

European subject saucer

dishes, Qianlong period, each

painted with European traders

on a wharf, within a scrolling

leaf cartouche and flower spray

border, 16cm diameter

£200 - 300

Lot 143

Hobson, Robert Lockhart

- Catalogue of the Leonard

Gow Collection of Chinese

Porcelain, one of 300 signed

by Leonard Gow, 4to, original

red cloth, with 85 plates, mostly

in colour, George W. Jones,

London, 1931

Lot 144

£800 - 1,200

A Chinese blue and white

‘Hundred Antiques’ ovoid jar,

Kangxi period, painted with

antiques and auspicious objects

two petal lobed reserves, on a

prunus and cracked ice ground,

double circle to base, 19cm high

£600 - 800

Lot 145

A Chinese famille verte small

ewer and cover, Kangxi

period, of pear shape, each

side decorated with a cellular

ground around a moulded flower,

hexagonal cover and foot, 15cm


Lot 146

£300 - 500

A Chinese blue and white

‘foreign ambassadors’ bowl,

Kangxi/Yongzheng period,

painted to the interior with a

four claw dragon, with chain link

and ‘wan’ border, the exterior

with a procession of foreign

ambassadors holding precious

objects before a city wall, shell

seal mark, 21.5cm diameter

£500 - 800

Lot 147

A Chinese export famille

rose small tureen and cover,

Qianlong period, the cover

painted with vessels and foliage,

the sides with flowers and foliage,

22.5cm wide

Lot 148

£300 - 500

A garniture of three Chinese

blue and white vases, Kangxi

period, each painted with

landscape vignettes within trellis

shaped reserves, comprising a

pair of small baluster vases and

a sleeve vase, 13cm and 15cm

high, one rim restored

Lot 149

£300 - 500

A Chinese blue and white

baluster vase, Kangxi period,

painted with flowers, scrolling

tendrils and leaves, with petal

shaped reserves to the shoulder

and around the foot, artemisia leaf

mark to base, 23.5cm high

Lot 150

£200 - 300

A Chinese blue white stem

cup, Kangxi period, the bowl

decorated with prunus blossom

on cracked ice, the stem with leaf

lappets, 11cm high

Lot 151

£200 - 300

A Chinese green glazed ovoid

jar, 18th/19th century on a ring

shaped unglazed foot, 21.5cm


£600 - 800

Lot 152

A Chinese Transitional

inscribed blue and white bowl,

mid 17th century, the exterior

painted with boatmen in a

riverscape, four character mark

to the interior, 12cm diameter,


Lot 153

£200 - 300

A Chinese blue and white

‘crane and pine’ dish,

Transitional period, 15.7cm


Lot 154

£200 - 300

An unusual Chinese famille

verte double bottle holder,

Kangxi period, painted to the

twin octagonal compartments

with flower, bird and rockwork

medallions, C-shaped handle,

18.5cm wide

Lot 155

£500 - 700

A Chinese gilt-decorated

powder blue rouleau vase,

Kangxi period, with French

ormolu mounts, each side gilded

with chrysanthemums, one side

with a bird, and inscribed, 55cm

high including ormolu mounts

Lot 156

£1,000 - 1,500

A Chinese celadon glazed small

peony dish, Qing dynasty,

moulded in relief with a peony

flower and scrolling leaves,

the foot with a brown wash in

imitation of Longquan celadon

wares, 14.8cm diameter

£400 - 600

Lot 157

A Chinese Transitional wucai

‘boys’ vase and cover, c.1640,

painted with ladies watching

over boys playing in a rockwork

garden, 41cm high,

Lot 158

£800 - 1,200

A large Chinese blue and white

jar and cover, Kangxi period,

painted with alternating landscape

panels and birds amid flowers and

rockwork, within chrysanthemum

panelled borders, 58cm high,

some restored cracks

Lot 159

£1,500 - 2,000

A near pair of Chinese famille

verte garlic-neck vases, Kangxi

period, each painted with flowers

within teardrop shaped reserves,

within floral bands and leaflet pets

to the neck, old collectors label to

one base, 20cm and 20.5cm high,

one vase restored

Lot 160

£600 - 800

A Chinese blue and white

‘ladies’ bowl, Kangxi period, the

interior painted with a seated lady

and the eight Buddhist emblems,

the exterior with ladies and a

man in a rockwork garden, four

character mark to base, 15.5cm

diameter, wood stand

Lot 161

£300 - 500

A Chinese blue and white

‘ladies’ bowl, Kangxi period,

the interior painted with a lady

seated on rockwork and the eight

Buddhist emblems, the exterior

with ladies in a rockwork garden,

one with a man, Chenghua six

character mark to base, 15.5cm

diameter, wood stand

£300 - 500















Lot 162

A fine Chinese blue and white

‘Xi Xiang Ji’ bowl, Kangxi six

character mark and of the

period (1662-1722), the exterior

painted with four scenes from

the Xi Xiang Ji (Romance of the

Western Chamber), below a

diaper border, the interior with

boys by a garden wall, the border

with a band of a ‘thousand wan’.

cf. a similar bowl illustrated in

Compendium of Collections in the

Palace Museum, Ceramics, Vol

22, Beijing, no. 127, pp. 180-181.

19.9cm diameter, wood stand

Lot 163

£800 - 1,200

A pair of Chinese gilt-decorated

blue ground baluster vases

and covers, 19th century, each

decorated with pavilions in a river

landscape, unglazed base, 44cm


Lot 164

£200 - 400

A garniture of four Chinese

famille verte vases, 19th

century, each painted with

pheasants amid rockwork and

flowers, comprising a pair of

double gourd-shaped vases and

a pair of ovoid vases, 31cm and

17.5 cm high, one small vase

cracked to neck

Lot 165

£400 - 600

A pair of large Chinese famille

noire yen-yen vases, six

character Kangxi marks but

19th century, each painted with

birds amid prunus trees and

rockwork, on a black ground,

44cm high

£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 166

A Chinese coral ground

incense stick holder, Jiaqing

period painted with Liu Hai and

his three legged toad, the other

side with gilt floral sprays, 17.5cm

Lot 167

£200 - 300

A Chinese doucai

‘chrysanthemum medallion’

cup, Yongzheng mark, probably

late 19th/early 20th century,

7.2cm diameter, wood stand

Lot 168

£300 - 500

A Chinese sang-de-boeuf

glazed meiping, Langyao,

probably late Qing dynasty,

covered in an ox blood glaze,

14.5cm high

Lot 169

£300 - 500

A Chinese enamelled porcelain

model of a rooster, Jiaqing

period, 29cm high, restoration

Lot 170

£150 - 200

A Chinese archaistic blue and

white vase, hu, Qianlong seal

script mark but 19th century,

finely painted to two registers with

lotus flowers, scrolling tendrils

and leaves below lappets to the

shoulder and waves to the lower

register, applied with a pair of

elephant head ring handles, seal

script mark to base ‘Da Qing

Qianlong Nianzhi’ 25cm high

Lot 171

£2,000 - 3,000

A pair of Chinese green glazed

models of hounds, 19th

century, each with open mouth

and protruding tongue, 13.5 cm

long, wood stands

£400 - 600

Lot 172

A Chinese blue and white

‘dragon’ brushwasher, Qianlong

seal mark but late 19th century,

finely painted with a confronting

dragon breathing fire from its

mouth, within a ruyi head border.

Provenance: purchased from P.

C. Lu and Sons Ltd, Hong Kong,

October 29, 1986, with original

receipt. 13cm diameter, wood

stand and case

Lot 173

£600 - 800

A large Chinese blue and white

‘prunus’ vase, 19th century,

55cm high, drilled hole to base

Lot 174

£600 - 800

A large Chinese blue and

white celadon ground vase,

19th century, painted with the

three star gods, boys, a deer

and a crane in a landscape in

underglaze blue on white slip and

a celadon ground, 60.5cm high,

rim chip

Lot 175

£600 - 800

A Chinese underglaze blue

and copper red vase, Xuande

mark, 19th century, the brown

glazed neck applied with a pair of

elephant head handles above a

ruyi head raised collar, the body

painted to shaped reserves with

landscapes and rabbits on a wan

keywork ground between blue,

floral, celadon and brown bands,

seal script mark ‘Da Ming Xuande

Nianzhi’, 38.5cm.

£400 - 600















Lot 176

A large Chinese blue and white

bottle vase, 19th century,

painted with leaf and flower

sprays and flower and scrolling

tendril pendants, the neck with

leaf lappets and banded borders,

double circle mark to base, 46cm

high, wood stand, drilled hole to


Lot 177

£1,000 - 1,500

A Chinese turquoise glazed

sgraffito bottle vase, 19th

century, incised with two liondogs

playing with brocaded balls,

21cm high

Lot 178

£200 - 300

A Chinese enamelled porcelain

‘butterfly and melon’ cup,

Republic period and a Chinese

blue and white ‘lotus’ cup, late

19th century, the butterfly and

melon cup bearing a Hongxian

mark, 7cm, the blue and white

cup with a Kangxi mark (2)

Lot 179

£150 - 200

A pair of large Chinese blue

and white brushpots, late 19th

century one painted with rows

of ‘Shou’ characters, the second

with brocaded medallions, 25cm

diameter, one cracked

Lot 180

£300 - 500

A Chinese blue and white

‘Antiques’ vase, early 20th

century, painted with vessels and

furniture on a blue ground, double

circle mark to base, 38cm high

£150 - 250

Lot 181

A Chinese famille rose part

dessert service, Daoguang

period (1821-50), each piece

richly enamelled with a vase

of prunus blossom, a ribbon

tied box, a toad with cash and

antiques, comprising five shaped

dessert dishes, largest 27cm and

seven dessert plates, 21.2cm,

some chips

Lot 182

£300 - 500

A Chinese enamelled porcelain

‘landscape’ bottle vase,

Republic period, finely painted

with figures mid pavilions on a

path between rocks and on a boat

in a river landscape, six character

Yongzheng mark, 44cm high

Lot 183

£1,500 - 2,000

A Chinese famille verte

‘warriors’ bowl, 19th century,

the exterior painted with a battle

scene with warriors on horse back

in a landscape comedy interior

with seated figure of a woman,

29.7cm diameter

Lot 184

£300 - 500

A pair of Chinese famille

rose barrel garden seats, late

19th century each painted to

rectangular reserves with court

figure scenes within borders of

ribbon tied objects emblematic

of the eight Immortals, fruit and

foliage, and pierced with cash

motifs, 48cm high

Lot 185

£4,000 - 6,000

A pair of Chinese green and

aubergine glazed models of

parrots, 19th century, each

figure standing on a rockwork

base, 27.5cm high

£300 - 500

Lot 186

A pair of Chinese famille rose

vases, 19th century, typically

painted with figures amid

pavilions and trees, birds and

butterflies amid flowers within

foliate and floral borders, the neck

applied with a pair of lion mask

ring handles, 36.5cm high

Lot 187

£400 - 600

A Chinese famille rose

‘warriors’ bottle vase, early

20th century, painted with a

procession of soldiers, some on

horseback, apocryphal Qianlong

seal mark to base, 45cm high

Lot 188

£600 - 800

A large Chinese famille rose

‘chicken’ flower pot, early 20th

century, painted with a cockerel

and a hen amid flowers and

foliage, 40cm diameter, 36cm


Lot 189

£600 - 800

A rare large Chinese Ming

Longquan celadon dish, 14th

century, the centre carved with

lotus flowers, the rare border with

two fish amid scrolling waves,

burnt orange disc to base, 44cm

diameter, broken and restored

Lot 190

£600 - 800

A Chinese Ding ware bowl,

Song dynasty, the interior

moulded with chrysanthemum

petals 16.5cm diameter

£200 - 300
















Lot 191

A Chinese Qingbai stem bowl,

Song-Yuan dynasty, the petal

lobed bowl above a tapering

misshapen cylindrical stem, 7cm

high, 10.7cm wide

Lot 192

£300 - 500

A Chinese Qingbai ‘Phoenix’

moulded dish, Yuan dynasty,

the central medallion moulded

with twin Phoenix, the border with

vases issuing flowers within a

key work border, unglazed edge,

18.2cm diameter

Lot 193

£200 - 300

Two Chinese Qingbai bowls,

Song dynasty, the first with petal

lobed rim, incised with flowers

to the interior, the second with

foliage to the exterior, unglazed

rims, 19. 5cm and 17cm diameter

Lot 194

£200 - 300

A Chinese painted pottery

figure of a courtier, Tang

dynasty, holding a mirror or fan,

41.5cm high

Lot 195

£600 - 800

A Chinese painted terracotta

figure of a warrior, Northern

Wei dynasty, 24cm high

Lot 196

£400 - 600

A Chinese black pottery

cocoon-shaped jar, Western

Han dynasty, (206 B.C.–A.D. 9),

25cm high

£600 - 800

Lot 197

A Chinese straw glazed ovoid

jar, Tang dynasty, 19.5cm high

Lot 198

£200 - 300

A Chinese celadon glazed

sgraffito dish, Zhangzhou

kilns, late 16th/early 17th

century, incised with a bird amid

foliage, the border with peonies.

Provenance- ex Lammers

collection sold by Gorringes,

September 2014. 37cm diameter

Lot 199

£300 - 400

A Chinese Ming enamelled

porcelain dish, Zhangzhou ware

(Swatow), late 16th/early 17th

century, painted in polychrome

enamels with a central pagoda in

a river landscape within a border

of birds, foliage and flowers, kiln

grit to the unglazed foot, 42.5cm

diameter, minor faults

Lot 200

£200 - 300

A large Chinese Neolithic

pottery jar, late third Millennium

BC, possibly Majiayao culture,

painted in black and red pigments

with crossed crosshatched panels

and applied with a pair of ring

shaped handles to the lower half

of the body, 31cm high

Lot 201

£300 - 500

A Chinese painted grey pottery

model of a recumbent sheep,

Han dynasty, 10.2cm long, one

ear re-glued

£200 - 300

Lot 202

A good Chinese coral ‘fruit and

bats’ pendant, 19th century,

carved in high relief and open

work with two bats amid peaches,

finger citron, and pomegranate

with leaves, tendrils and lingzhi

fungus, 3.7cm, later suspension


Lot 203

£300 - 500

A rare Chinese coral ‘dragon’

belt hook 18th/19th century,

carved in high relief and open

work with a chilong to the top,

9.2cm long, small loss to dragon

horn, wood stand

Lot 204

£600 - 800

A Chinese granite fragment

of a Buddhist offering figure,

probably Northern Wei dynasty,

22.5cm, later stand

Lot 205

£200 - 300

A Chinese compressed ink

block in the form of a flower

pot, Ming mark, Qing dynasty,

moulded in relief with scholars

amid pavilions, 25cm wide

Lot 206

£200 - 300

A Chinese hongmu and

mother-of-pearl make up or

jewellery box, late 19th century,

decorated with butterflies amid

trailing flowers and foliage, brass

mounts, enclosing a mirror and

a pair of fold out compartments,

36cm x 27cm

Lot 207

£600 - 800

A set of four Chinese

huanghuali games boxes and

covers, 19th century, 8.4cm

£1,500 - 2,000

















Lot 208

A Chinese bamboo group of

boy riding a buffalo, 18th/19th

century, of caramel brown patina,

12.5cm high

Lot 209

£300 - 500

A Chinese bamboo group

of Shou Lao riding a deer,

18th/19th century, caramel

brown patina, the deer biting

lingzhi in its mouth, 21cm high

Lot 210

£400 - 600

A Chinese bamboo figure of a

seated fisherman, 19th century,

holding a rod in his right hand

and a fish in his left, with waves

lapping by his feet 16.5cm high

Lot 211

£400 - 600

A fine Chinese rhinoceros horn

‘Ode to the Red Cliff’ libation

cup, 17th/18th century, carved in

high relief and open work with the

figure of two men on a boat below

an overhanging cliff with shrubs

and a pine tree and clouds above

them, the cup of toffee colour

ranging to a deep caramel colour,

15.2cm long, 9.8cm high

Lot 212

£5,000 - 8,000

A Chinese hardwood tray,

possibly zitan, 19th century

35cm x 24 cm

Lot 213

£300 - 400

A Chinese inscribed bamboo

arm or wrist rest, Kangxi

period, carved in relief with

a horse, pine and rock to a

roundel and incised with a three

column calligraphic inscription,

warm caramel brown patina.

Provenance - Dr J W H Grice

(1891-1976) collection, label

no.37. This arm or wrist rest is

illustrated in Dr Grice’s article

‘Chinese Bamboo Carving’ in

Country Life magazine in 1954.

23.8cm high

Lot 214

£800 - 1,200

A Chinese gilt-decorated

lacquer games box, mid 19th

century, typically decorated with

figures amid pavilions and trees,

the interior fitted with similarly

decorated boxes and gaming

trays containing a large collection

of Cantonese carved and

engraved mother-of-pearl gaming

counters, 37.5cm wide

Lot 215

£400 - 600

A Chinese green and russet

jade ‘lotus leaf’ brushwasher,

17th/18th century, carved as

a curled lotus leaf with incised

decoration, the celadon green

stone with russet inclusions,

13.5cm across, wood stand

Lot 216

£1,500 - 2,000

A Chinese pale celadon and

russet jade archer’s ring, early

20th century 3.4cm diameter

Lot 217

£400 - 600

A Chinese celadon jade figure

of a boy holding a lotus sprig,

19th century, 5.2cm high

Lot 218

£250 - 350

Two Chinese grey and black

seal script inscribed jade

beads, possibly Han dynasty,

each face inscribed with four seal

script characters, largest bead 2.5


£200 - 300

Lot 219

Two Chinese archaic jade

figures of a man, probably

Western Zhou to Han dynasty,

the smaller highly stylised

human figure in green and

brown mottled jade, cf. Charles

Stanley Nott, Chinese Jade,

1936, plate XI for a similar figure

in the Eumorfopoulos collection,

British museum, described as

Western Zhou, 6.3cm high and

the second figure carved as an

official, his robes with low relief

with C scrolls, in green black and

russet jade, cf. Jade figures with

similar features, Chinese Jade

throughout the ages, exhibition

catalogue 1 May – 22 June 1975

Victoria and Albert Museum with

similar features, figures 140-142.

Lot 220

£400 - 600

A Chinese archaistic yellow and

russet jade openwork plaque,

possibly Song-Yuan dynasty, in

the form of a dragon and young,

carved in relief with scrolls, 6.8cm

Lot 221

£600 - 800

A Chinese pale celadon

jade carving of a duck, Jin-

Yuan dynasty its head turned

backward and grasping a peach

sprig in its beak, 4.8cm long

Lot 222

£600 - 800

Two Chinese jade carvings,

Ming dynasty or later the first a

green and russet jade carving of

peaches and curled leaves, 5 cm,

the second a disc carved with two

boys in brown and russet mottled

celadon jade, 4.5cm

£300 - 400

















Lot 223

A Chinese white and black jade

‘duck’ pebble carving, Song

dynasty or later, the stone with

russet mottling, 4.8cm long

Lot 224

£400 - 600

A Chinese pale grey and

russet jade figure of a hound,

probably Song dynasty, the

hound recumbent, pierced hole to

its midriff, 4.9cm long

Lot 225

£300 - 500

A Chinese white and black jade

figure of a preening duck, Ming

dynasty, carved in relief with a

sprig of flowers, 5.8cm long

Lot 226

£300 - 500

Two Chinese pale celadon

jade openwork plaques, 19th

century, each pierced with the

character ‘shou’, 5.4 cm and


Lot 227

£300 - 500

A Chinese pale celadon jade

oval openwork plaque, 19th

century, probably taken from a

ruyi sceptre, carved and pierced

with bats and butterflies amid

bitter melons, the stone with

russet and white inclusions,

9.8cm x 8.2cm

£300 - 500

Lot 228

A Japanese cloisonné enamel

desk set, 1920s, mounted with

two Chinese Qing dynasty pale

celadon jade plaques, retailed

by Yamanaka & Co., each piece

in yellow enamel with chain

link border, the stationery rack

mounted with a 17th/18th century

jade ‘dragon’ plaque, 5.5cm, the

cigarette dispenser box with an

18th/19th century jade ‘He He

Erxian’ plaque, with jade bead

handle to the base drawer, also

comprising an inkstand with a

pair of hexagonal inkwells with

chalcedony ‘cat’ finials, a calendar

holder and a pair of ashtrays,

together with an associated

jade mounted matchbox holder.

Inkstand 31cm wide

Lot 229

£400 - 600

A Chinese white jade openwork

plaque, 17th/18th century, later

inset into a hongmu box the

plaque carved with a chilong.

Jade 6.2cm, box 11.5 cm

Lot 230

£1,000 - 1,500

A Chinese jadeite pendant and

jadeite beads, 19th century, the

pendant carved in relief with a

frog amid lotus, Pendant 3.9cm,

total drop 68cm

Lot 231

£1,000 - 1,500

A Chinese pale celadon jade

two handled ‘chilong’ cup,

17th/18th century, with a pair

of carved dragon-head handles,

and a central band of chilong,

the stone with white inclusions,

13.2cm wide

£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 232

A small Chinese turquoise

matrix waterpot, 18th/19th

century carved in high relief

and open work with two chilong

clambering amid lingzhi fungus,

on three ball shaped feet, 5.3cm

Lot 233

£300 - 500

A large Chinese green and

russet jade ‘phoenix head’

carving, possibly Han dynasty

or earlier, the surface weathered

and calcified and with vacant

holes for bronze or gold (?)

fittings, 23cm wide

Lot 234

£300 - 500

A Chinese archaistic green

jadeite vase and cover, late

Qing dynasty, with a pair of

elephant head ring handles,

above bands of scrolls and taotie

masks, 14.5cm high, Silver wire

inlaid wood stand, cover finial


Lot 235

£400 - 600

A Chinese pale celadon jade

cylindrical box and cover,

18th/19th century, the stone of

good even tone, 5.3cm diameter,

zitan wood stand

Lot 236

£800 - 1,200

A Chinese pale celadon jade

model of a crab, 20th century,

8.4cm wide, wood stand

Lot 237

£800 - 1,200

A Chinese pale celadon jade

figure of a bird grasping a fruit

sprig, 18th/19th century, the

stone with a few small russet

inclusions, 5.1cm long

£400 - 600
















Lot 238

A Chinese pale celadon jade

duck group, carved as a duck

and chick on an egg eating millet,

5.5cm long

Lot 239

£800 - 1,200

A Chinese pale celadon and

brown jade ‘dragon’ belt hook,

18th/19th century, 10.7cm long

Lot 240

£600 - 800

A Sino-Tibetan row of agate

prayer beads, 19th century, total

drop including tassel 36cm

Lot 241

£200 - 300

A good Chinese celadon

jade ‘peonies and rockwork’

small table screen and stand,

18th/19th century, carved in high

relief to one side with peonies and

rocks, the stone of excellent even

colour with a few pale inclusions

to the plain reverse, jade 14.7cm

x 10.3cm, total size including

carved wood stand 22cm x


Lot 242

£2,000 - 3,000

A Chinese archaistic burnt jade

oval cup, chan, probably Song

dynasty, carved in low relief with

a chequered band above taotie

masks and lappets, 7.1cm high,

small chip repair

£800 - 1,200

Lot 243

A large Chinese pale celadon

jade ‘magnolia’ cup, 17th/18th

century, carved in high relief

and openwork with branches in

leaves around a central magnolia

flower, the stone weight of good

evening tone with occasional

white inclusions and pale russet

veining 17.5cm high excluding

wood stand

Lot 244

£3,000 - 5,000

A Chinese pale celadon

jade ‘Lotus’ pebble carving,

18th/19th century, the stone

of good even tone with some

occasional paler inclusions, 6.2cm

wide, wood stand

Lot 245

£400 - 600

A Chinese white jade ‘tiger

and dragon’ plaque, 18th/19th

century, one side carved in low

relief with a tiger, the other with an

archaistic dragon, the stone with

some occasional paler inclusions

and a pale russet vein, 5.1cm

wide, wood stand

Lot 246


£600 - 800

A Chinese archaistic jadeite

two-handled vase and cover,

first half 20th century, of

flattened baluster shape, the neck

with a pair of dragon head ring

handles above low relief taotie

masks and lappets, 16cm high,

excluding wood stand

£300 - 500

Lot 247

A Chinese inscribed white jade

plaque, 19th century, carved

in low relief and pierced with a

bat in flight above a rock rising

from wind-tossed waves, the

reverse with a four-character

seal inscribed ‘shoushan fuhai’

(mountain of longevity, ocean of

fortune), all below clouds at the

top, the stone with occasional

tiny black speckles, 6.3cm high,

excluding wood stand

Lot 248

£1,500 - 2,000

A Chinese pale celadon jade

‘dragon’ belt hook, 18th/19th

century, the stone of good even

tone with some occasional paler

inclusions, 14.3cm

Lot 249

£1,500 - 2,500

A Chinese pale celadon jade

tripod censer cover, 20th

century, 12cm wide, wood stand

Lot 250

£300 - 500

A Chinese white, grey and

russet jade figure of Zhou

Yanzi, Ming dynasty, the

crouching figure holding a milk

pail and wearing a large deer skin

over his head and back, 8.5cm

high, filled hole to figure, wood


£300 - 500













Lot 251

A Chinese archaistic green and

russet jade miniature vase and

cover, fanghu, 19th century,

carved in relief with C-scrolls, the

cover with green glass ball finial,

6.7cm high, foot re-carved, wood


Lot 252

£200 - 300

A Chinese white jade snuff

bottle, 19th/20th century, of

flattened high shouldered form, on

an oblong shaped foot, the stone

with some pale inclusions, 6.2cm

high including jadeite stopper

Lot 253

£400 - 600

A Tibetan gilt copper alloy

figure of Amitayus, 16th/17th

century, on a double lotus throne,

formerly from Agatha Christie’s

home, Greenway House, Devon

14cm high

Lot 254

£800 - 1,200

A large Chinese polished

bronze tripod censer, 19th

century, private four character

seal mark, 29.5cm diameter, disc

shaped rosewood stand

£3,000 - 5,000

Lot 255

A Chinese bronze ‘finger citron’

censer and cover, late Ming

dynasty, modelled with leaves,

tendrils and buds, the cover with

a small finger citron finial, 18cm

high, 31cm long, lid fixed

Lot 256

£600 - 800

A Chinese bronze ‘elephant’

vessel, late Ming dynasty,

modelled as a caparisoned

elephant standing four square

supporting a gu vase on its back,

the vase cast in relief with bats,

fruits, lotus flowers and scrolls,

36cm high, Repairs

Lot 257

£300 - 500

A Chinese enamel on copper

green ground snuff bottle,

19th/20th century, enamelled

in red with a chilong 6.2cm high

including stopper

Lot 258

£150 - 200

A Sino-Tibetan bronze seated

figure of Green Tara, 23.5cm


Lot 259

£200 - 300

A Himalayan bronze figure

of Buddha, 19th century, the

seated figure holding an alms

bowl, the shaped base cost in

relief with vajra sceptres and

conch shells, remnants of base

panel taken from a larger Sanskrit

panel, 21.5cm high

Lot 260

£800 - 1,200

A Tibetan gilt bronze seated

figure of Vajrasattva, finely cast

and gilded, 16.5cm high

£800 - 1,200

Lot 261

A finely cast Chinese bronze

lion-dog and cub scroll weight,

17th/18th century, 14cm long,

one foot and a cub lacking

Lot 262

£600 - 800

A Chinese bronze ‘Buddhist

lion’ scroll weight, 17th/18th

century, cast as a recumbent

caparisoned lion with a man

climbing on its back, 6.5cm long

Lot 263

£600 - 800

A Chinese archaistic bronze

censer, gui, 17th/18th century,

cast with a pair of mythical beast

mask handles and a band of

phoenixes and ‘leiwen’, 11.2cm


Lot 264

£1,000 - 1,500

A Chinese lacquered bronze

seated figure of Guanyin,

possibly Ming dynasty, height


Lot 265

£2,000 - 3,000

A pair of Chinese bronze vases,

gu, 18th/19th century, each

cast in relief with butterflies and

lotus flowers, mythical beasts

and auspicious objects, French

retailer’s stamp to edge of foot,

14.5 cm high

Lot 266

£800 - 1,200

A Tibetan bronze seated

figure of White Tara, 17th/18th

century, 11cm high

£400 - 600





















Lot 267

A Nepalese bronze figure

of a Bodhisattva, possibly

Vajrasattva, 18.5cm high

Lot 268

£400 - 600

A set of 16 Chinese pith

paintings of birds and flowers,

mid 19th century, each finely

painted with pairs of birds amid

foliage and flowers, largest Image

12cm x 18cm

Lot 269

£300 - 500

A pair of Chinese silk paintings

of ladies in gardens, 19th

century, one depicting ladies

weaving, the others playing weiqi

(Go) or gardening. Image 77cm x


£800 - 1,200


Lot 270

A set of four Chinese paintings

on silk of ladies in pavilion

gardens, 19th century, each

image 82cm x 18.5cm, damage

Lot 271

£400 - 600

A pair of Chinese paintings on

silk of ladies playing music and

gardening, late 19th century,

image 29 cm x 22cm

£300 - 500


Lot 272

A Chinese painted and

inscribed gilt paper fan leaf,

19th century, painted with

a lady standing in a bamboo

grove, inscribed and with three

seal marks, the reverse with a

calligraphic poem, total width

56cm, minor damage

Lot 273

£300 - 500

A Chinese apricot ground

embroidered silk table frontal,

late Qing dynasty, finely

worked with a central pavilion

amid waves, with cranes and

pheasants among trees and

shrubs, the upper frieze with

butterflies metal thread gourds

and ‘shou’ medallions, 58cm x

178cm, now trimmed and framed

£800 - 1,200










Lot 274

A late 19th century French

hour repeating silvered and

gilt brass carriage clock, with

movement striking on a gong

stamped JN either side of a

trident, width 10cm, depth 9cm,

height 17.5cm

Lot 275

£300 - 500

Paul Garnier of Paris. A mid

19th century French inlaid

rosewood travelling carriage

timepiece, with original outer

case, the main case with brass

loop handle and brass and

mother of pearl marquetry inlay,

blue enamelled Roman dial

signed Paul Garnier Hrr Mcien

de la Marine à Paris, eight day

movement with circular backplate

striking on a bell, signed and

numbered 3340, height of case

14.5cm, width 11cm depth 9.5cm

£300 - 500


Lot 276

Thomas Cummins of London.

A mid 19th century mahogany

cased thirty six hour marine

chronometer, with plain outer

case, brass gimbals and silvered

Roman dial with subsidiary

seconds and up / down indicator,

numbered 31 4 x 7, movement

with spring detent escapement

with compensation balance and

helical spring signed to match,

width 14.5cm, depth 14.5cm,

height 15cm

Lot 277

£800 - 1,200

Alfred Drocourt of Paris. A mid

19th century French ormolu

and champleve enamel hour

repeating carriage clock,

with ornate floral decorated

case, Roman dial and eight day

movement number 1484, signed

Alfred Drocourt, 28 Defelleyne,

Paris, c1850, width 9.5cm, depth

8cm, height 15cm

£2,000 - 3,000


Lot 278

Pierret a Paris. Ms Honorables

Exp. Paris. Londres. A small

19th French skeleton alarm

timepiece, with enamelled

Roman dial, inner brass alarum

ring and foliate scroll engraved

frame, makers stamp to the base

and raised on an ebonised socle

concealing the bell and housing

a side pull string, overall height

30cm, clock height 17cm

Lot 279

£300 - 400

George Blackie, 392 Strand,

London. A late Victorian figured

walnut repeating chiming

bracket clock, the plain arched

case with ormolu mounts and

arched silvered dial with slow /

fast and silent strike selectors,

unsigned fusee movement striking

on eight bells and a gong, width

44cm, depth 26cm, height 57cm

£1,200 - 1,400




Lot 280

Isaac of Hurley of London. A

George III ebonised eight day

hour repeating bracket clock,

with 6.5 inch dial with strike /

silent silvered chapter ring, false

pendulum and date aperture,

signed, twin fusee movement with

verge escapement and foliate

engraved unsigned backplate,

width 28cm, depth 18cm, height


Lot 281

£800 - 1,200

A mid 19th century French

ormolu mantel clock, modelled

with a seated philosopher holding

a tablet inscribed Ajax Furieux, a

scroll at his feet inscribed La Mort

d’Hercule, with silvered Roman

dial and Pons silk suspension

eight day movement, width 54cm,

height 60cm

£500 - 700


Lot 282

An early 20th century French

ormolu and champleve enamel

clock garniture, with Marti eight

day movement, clock: height

50.5cm urns: height 32.5cm

Lot 283


£800 - 1,200

A 19th century French

industrial windmill clock, by

Guilmet the silvered brass case

with thermometers, barometer

and clock dial, eight-day springdriven

movement below rotating

wind sails powered by a separate

movement in the base, height


£1,500 - 2,000

Lot 284

Jean Baptiste Dubuc L’ne

à Paris. A Louis XVI bronze

and ormolu mounted white

marble mantel clock, unsigned

silk suspension countwheel

movement, width 43cm, depth

11cm, height 60cm

Lot 285


£2,000 - 3,000

An early 20th century French

ormolu and champleve enamel

four glass mantel clock, with

floral decorated case and floral

swagged enamel Roman dial,

Vincenti eight day movement

numbered 1141 striking on a

gong, width 18cm, depth 15cm,

height 34cm

£400 - 600







Lot 286

Payne & Co, 162 New Bond

Street, London. An early 20th

century ormolu mounted

red boulle mantel clock, with

Neptune finial and foliate scroll

case, enamelled Roman dial and

signed eight day movement, width

20cm, depth 12cm, height 37cm

Lot 287

£300 - 500

An early 20th century French

ormolu 400 day mantel clock,

in architectural case with floral

swagged drum top, enamelled

Roman dial signed Pendule 400

Jours, the bowfront glazed base

housing a spherical pendulum,

width 26cm, depth 15cm, height


£500 - 700

Lot 288

F.H. Danvin. A 1930’s French

Art Deco bronze mounted onyx

and marble clock garniture, the

central mantel clock of stylised

geometric form surmounted by a

model of an Asian pheasant, with

dial signed De Vis Poitiers, with

a pair of electrically internally lit

bird finial side ornaments, clock:

width 32cm, height 46cm, side

ornaments: width 15cm, height


Lot 289

£300 - 400

A George III japanned

‘Tavern’ wall clock, with later

painted Roman dial and gilt

black case decorated with a

chinoiserie landscape, single

fusee movement with tapered

backplate, width 66cm, depth

19cm, height 152cm

£1,000 - 1,200

Lot 290

Charles Frodsham, 27 South

Molton Street, London. A

Victorian carved mahogany

drop dial wall timepiece, with

single fusee movement, width

48cm, height 76cm

Lot 291

£500 - 800

E. White, 20 Cockspur Street,

London. A late Victorian oak

cased wall timepiece, with single

fusee movement, diameter 38cm

Lot 292

£300 - 500

John Thwaites of Clerkenwell.

An early 19th century ebonised

pine thirty hour longcase

clock, with inner hours and outer

minutes, single train movement

with pendulum and weight, width

44cm, height 212cm

£800 - 1,200





Lot 293

A North West Persian blue

ground carpet, with central field

of stylised floral motifs, multibordered,

534 x 325cm

Lot 294

£500 - 800

An Indian Agra carpet, with

central field of stylised floral

motifs on a red ground within a

triple pale green and gold floral

border, 358 x 261cm

Lot 295

£900 - 1,200

A Persian part silk Tabriz

carpet, with central hexagonal

motifs on a pink and cream

ground, multi-bordered 350 x


Lot 296

£1,000 - 1,500

A late 18th century Turkish

carved marble tombstone dated

circa 1780, H.148cm.

Lot 297

£800 - 1,200

A 17th century Portuguese

brass mounted ebonised

rosewood Contador on

stand, with twelve ripple

moulded drawers, the stand

with two drawers, on ornately

turned underframe with all

round stretchers and pad feet,

W.105cm. H.136cm. D.50cm.

£3,000 - 4,000

Lot 298

A George I figured walnut chest

of two short and three graduated

long drawers, on turned feet,

W.96cm. D.58cm. H.91cm.

Lot 299

£800 - 1,200

An early 19th century Dutch

walnut and floral marquetry

bombe cylinder bureau,

inlaid throughout with panels of

flowers, flowers in baskets and

cornucopiae, W.133cm D.58cm


Lot 300

£600 - 800

An early 18th century

Portuguese ebonised table

cabinet, with central door

enclosing an ornately inlaid

nonsuch interior, flanked by an

arrangement of drawers. UK

APHA Registration of an ivory

item Submission reference:

6JVVBES5 W.87cm D.38cm.


Lot 301

£800 - 1,200

A late Victorian carved oak

extending dining table, with

rounded D shaped ends and four

leaves, the frieze carved with

foliate motifs and lion masks, on

turned bulbous legs with scrolling

foliage and concealed castors,

178 x 142cm, extends to 356cm


£800 - 1,200









Lot 302

An important 18th century

Lombardy ebony banded

walnut and ivory inlaid twin

pedestal desk, the top and

sides inlaid with a scenes from

Homer’s Iliad, after original

drawings by John Flaxman

RA (1755-1826), within moulded

shaped ebony cartouches, fitted

with three frieze drawers over

hinged cupboards, inlaid with

allegories representing Hope

and Faith, on later castors. UK

APHA Registration of an ivory

item Submission reference:

D99UXPKP W.118cm D.61cm


£20,000 - 30,000



The scene is taken from a

drawing that the English

sculptor and draftsman, John

Flaxman(1755–1826), made to

illustrate the passages of Homer’s

Iliad, a commission proposed

to him in 1791 by Georgiana

Hare-Naylor while he was living

in Rome. Here is represented a

rare episode, with Polydamas, a

character from Greek mythology

soothsayer, adviser and valiant

warrior, friend and lieutenant of

Hector, who fought in the Trojan

War and who, in the twelfth book

of the Iliad, advises Hector not

to cross a dangerous moat that

was part of the defence at the

Achaean port and also advises

Hector not to continue the siege.

Hector will not listen to him and

will face death at the hands of

Achilles (Homer Iliad 12.60).

‘’Then verily Polydamus drew

nigh to Hector, and spake, saying:

“Hector, and ye other leaders of

the Trojans and allies, it is but

folly that we seek to drive across

the trench our swift horses; hard

in sooth is it to cross, for sharp

stakes are set in it, and close

anigh them is the wall of the

Achaeans.’’ Homer - Iliad 12.60

John Flaxman, sculptor and

draftsman, a leading proponent

of English neoclassicism, created

34 drawings for Homer’s Iliad

in Rome in 1793, which were

engraved on copper for the first

time in Rome by Tommaso Piroli

in 1793 (“L’Iliade et the Odyssée

d’Homère gravéepar Thomas

Piroli d’après les desseins

composés par John Flaxman. 94

gravures “, Francesco Romero

publisher, Rome, 1793). The

meeting Flaxman and Piroli was

a happy union, sealed by a public

success that also provoked real

acts of editorial piracy. “The

reprints followed one another

in various original editions or

copies of the branches in different

European cities, attesting to

the vast success achieved from

Flaxman’s inventions masterfully

translated and propagated with

the burin of Piroli. Two years later,

the plates for “The Iliad” were

republished in London. In 1805,

publishers Longman, Hurst, Rees

and Orme printed new editions of

both series, including eleven extra

illustrations commissioned from

Flaxman (five for “The Iliad” and

six for “The Odyssey”).

The style of the ivory inlay

perfectly reflects the spirit of

Flaxman’s engraving, the figures

in fact retain their taste for graffiti,

which was an absolute novelty

at the time. Flaxman avoided the

background landscape, setting

and detail, focusing on figures

rendered with pure outlines. It has

long been known that Flaxman

drew on and synthesized a

wide variety of visual sources in

the development of his outline

illustrations, combining classical

figuration from “Etruscan” reliefs,

sculptures, engravings and vases

with forms derived from medieval

and early Renaissance sources,

life studies and observational

sketches of daily Italian scenes

and characters. Flaxman’s style

of illustration has been discussed

and celebrated by a multitude

of critics across Europe and has

had a demonstrable influence

on artists such as Ingres, Goya

and Blake. The cabinet is also

enriched with other ivory inlays,

representing divinities and

allegories, including the allegory

of Hope and Faith.

GORRINGE’S are grateful to Dr.

Cifani, for her identification of

John Flaxman’s designs, used in

the ivory inlays on this desk.

Lot 303

A 17th century Tuscan walnut

credenza, the rectangular

moulded top, over a pair of

shaped oval fielded panelled

drawers, above a pair of similarly

panelled doors, enclosing a single

shelf, raised by stepped low

bracket feet, W.131cm D.52cm


Lot 304

£2,500 - 3,500

A George II carved giltwood

Kent design wall mirror, with

broken arch pediment, raised

flower and fruit cartouche over a

Greek key bordered rectangular

plate, W.93cm H.162cm

Lot 305


£800 - 1,200

A George III carved giltwood

wall mirror, of serpentine

rectangular form, with pierced

foliage and scroll assymetrical

frame, W.50cm H.92cm

£700 - 900

Lot 306

A George III mahogany drum

top table, with brown skiver

and four frieze and four dummy

drawers, on turned stem and

squared tripod fitted brass caps

and castors, diameter 86cm


Lot 307

£500 - 700

A George III mahogany

serpentine chest, with brushing

slide and three graduated long

drawers, on swept bracket feet,

W.111cm D.60cm H.93cm

Lot 308


£1,200 - 1,500

A Louis XVI carved giltwood

five piece salon suite,

comprising settee, pair of

armchairs and pair of side chairs,

all with quiver carved uprights and

foliate scroll arms over guilloche

friezes and spiral fluted turned

tapered legs, settee W.148cm

D.69cm H.100cm

£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 309

A Louis XIV period carved

giltwood console table, with

variegated rouge marble top,

concave frieze and ornate foliate

carved and pierced tapering

squared legs with scrollwork X

stretcher and stylised lion’s paw

feet, W.108cm D.56cm H.82cm

Lot 310

£1,000 - 1,500

A 19th century turned scagliola

marble column, on later

composition foot,height overall

112cm diameter 36cm

Lot 311

£600 - 800

A Regency giltwood pier glass,

with lattice work frieze over a

rectangular plate flanked by fluted

columns, W.77cm H.146cm

£300 - 500









Lot 312

A Regency rosewood side

cabinet, inset with painted Welsh

slate panels, the slate top later

painted pale blue and decorated

with floral sprays over a frieze

drawer further painted with

flowers and two panelled doors,

each decorated with exotic birds,

scrolling brackets and flowering

baskets, interior with painted

division, raised on plinth foot,

W.123cm D.53cm H.97cm

Lot 313

£800 - 1,200

An early 19th century giltwood

console table, in the manner of

George Bullock, with rectangular

white marble top and foliate

carved frieze, on leopard’s

head monopodia with paw feet,

W.87cm D.37cm H.86cm

Lot 314

£1,000 - 2,000

A Regency white painted and

parcel gilt chaise longue,

decorated throughout with foliate

motifs, on turned and fluted

tapered legs, L.166cm W.63cm


£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 315

A Regency inlaid yew wood

chest of four graduated long

drawers flanked by inlaid canted

angles, on ring turned legs, fitted

brass castors, W.89cm D.54cm


Lot 316

£1,200 - 1,500

A Victorian Howard & Sons

oak framed club armchair,

upholstered in later checked

green fabric, raised on turned

front legs with fitted brass castors,

W.78cm D.100cm H.88cm

Lot 317


£800 - 1,200

A Victorian walnut and

marquetry breakfast table, of

unusually large proportions, the

circular top with foliate carved

edge, inlaid with central floral

panel and further panels of

flowers and scrolls, tilting on a

four column stem with foliate

carved scroll legs and squared

pad feet fitted ceramic castors,

diameter 144cm H.77cm

£3,000 - 5,000

Lot 318

A Victorian figured walnut

secretaire Wellington chest,

with scroll carved brackets, five

drawers and fall front secretaire

drawer, W.59cm D.43cm H.124cm

Lot 319

£600 - 800

A Louis XVI style kingwood

and parquetry bureau plat with

ormolu mounts and three freezer

drawers opposed by dummy

drawers, on cabriole legs with

paw feet, 166 x 90cm. H.78cm.

Lot 320

£1,500 - 2,000

A 19th century Dutch walnut

and marquetry tilt top centre

table the rectangular top with

central panel of a bird and flowers

within flower, dragon’s head and

folate scroll borders, on squared

baluster stem and platform base

with ebonised lions paw feet, 117

x 72cm. H.78cm.

£800 - 1,200

312 314







Lot 321

A Victorian walnut and

marquetry breakfast table,

the circular tilt top inlaid with a

floral design, on acanthus carved

baluster stem and scrolled tripod

foot. Diameter 129 cm. H.80 cm.

Lot 322

£1,000 - 1,500

A 19th-century Dutch

marquetry and walnut display

cabinet with two glazed barred

doors enclosing fixed shelves,

over a four drawer bombe base

with claw and ball feet Width

178cm. Depth 36cm.

Height 240cm.

Lot 323

£1,200 - 1,800

A Victorian walnut and

marquetry side cabinet, with

central twin panelled doors and

bowed glazed doors separated by

fluted columns, on plinth foot and

turned feet, W.177cm D.43cm


£1,400 - 1,600

Lot 324

An early 20th century French

ormolu mounted mahogany

table top bijouterie cabinet,

of rectangular form, with hinged

glazed lid, glazed sides and

lion’s paw feet, W.50cm D.33cm


Lot 325

£300 - 400

A late 19th century French

carved giltwood wall mirror, of

architectural overmantel form,

with flower carved crest and fruit

and lion mask decorated frame,

W.146cm H.171cm

Lot 326


£500 - 700

A mid 19th century Florentine

ornately carved giltwood wall

mirror, of rectangular cartouche

form with elaborate acanthus

scrolls and flowers to the sides

and base, with later glass plate,

W.166cm H.158cm

£2,000 - 3,000

Lot 327

An early 20th century French

classical revival mahogany

breakfront pedestal desk, with

dark green leather skiver and four

graduated drawers to each of the

kneehole, raised on pad feet and

mounted throughout with ormolu

classical motif mounts, W.135cm

D.82cm H.75cm

Lot 328

£1,000 - 1,500

An 18th century North Italian

marquetry inlaid rosewood

serpentine commode, fitted two

short and two graduated long

drawers, on bracket feet, the top,

front and sides delicately inlaid

with marquetry bell husks, swags

and stringing, W.140cm D.67cm


Lot 329

£2,000 - 3,000

An early 19th century Baltic

region burr wood commode,

with rectangular top and lyre

shaped sides, fitted four drawers

on bracket feet, W.137cm D.61cm


£700 - 1,000









Lot 330

A 19th century Irish yew wood,

oyster veneered and burr wood

serpentine collector’s cabinet,

with a pair of doors enclosing two

banks of ten drawers, W.118cm

D.57cm H.128cm

Lot 331

£800 - 1,200

A 19th century French Louis

XVI style ormolu mounted

ebonised side cabinet, with

breakfront rouge marble top,

finely pierced ormolu, putto,

bird and scroll frieze and central

panelled door, decorated with

figures, birds and peacocks in a

chinoiserie landscape, raised on

toupie feet, W.134cm D.46cm


Lot 332

£800 - 1,200

A set of four Louis XVI carved

giltwood fauteuils, the moulded

frames carved with twin flowers to

the cresting rails and seat fronts,

with pale watered silk upholstery

and fluted cabriole legs, W.65cm

D.62cm H.93cm

£400 - 600

Lot 333

An early 20th century Louis

XVI style ormolu mounted

marquetry bureau plat, with

floral inlaid decoration, fitted three

drawers on slender cabriole legs,

W.123cm D.64cm H.76cm

Lot 334

£700 - 1,000

A South German walnut and

cut pewter inlaid commode and

matching tabernacle, second

quarter 18th century, the upper

section with serpentine front,

central door flanked by seven

drawers, the lower bowfront

section with three long drawers,

all inlaid with blue and black

stained marquetry scrollwork, the

sides inset with panels of flowers

in vases, raised on pad feet,

W.113cm D.57cm H.150cm

Lot 335


£1,500 - 2,000

An 18th century Portuguese

Colonial rosewood centre

table, with gadrooned rectangular

top over two cushion drawers,

W.103cm D.63cm H.80cm

£500 - 800

Lot 336

A late Victorian Gillow & Co.

walnut pedestal desk, with gilt

green skiver and an arrangement

of nine drawers with brass ring

handles, on plinth feet fitted

castors, W.137cm D.85cm


Lot 337

£800 - 1,200

Mark Brazier Jones (b.1956)

‘Zodiac’ mirror, circa 1990,

copper plated steel with etched

glass cabochons, C. Fiell, ‘Mark

Brazier-Jones’, Ed. Fiell, London,

2012, similar model illustrated

p.73 Jean-Louis Gaillemin, ‘André

Dubreuil, Poète du fer’, Paris,

2006, ill. 128 diameter 100cm

Lot 338

£6,000 - 8,000

An oak ‘Mouseman’ refectory

table by Robert Thompson of

Kilburn, with adzed rectangular

top and octagonal pillars, one

carved in relief with a mouse, on

plain H stretcher, 275 x 98cm,


£1,500 - 2,000

330 332








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Lot 339

English School c.1820

Miniature of a child painted as an


watercolour on ivory UK APHA

Registration of an ivory item Submission

reference: 7NFNM1JF 7.5 x 6cm,

diamond set frame

£400 - 600


Lot 340

Circle of Joseph Highmore (1692-


Portrait of a lady thought to be Lady

Sinclair, wife of Robert Sinclair of


oil on canvas

77 x 63cm

£2,000 - 3,000

Lot 341

Attributed to James Millar (1735-1805)

Full length portrait of a gentleman

standing with his arm resting upon a


oil on canvas

69 x 56cm

£1,000 - 2,000




Lot 342

Late 18th Century English School

Full length portrait of Sir James Esdaile

(1714-1793) and Elizabeth Pate,

oil on canvas

124 x 99cm

£800 - 1,200

Lot 343

Manner of Arthur Devis (1712-1787)

Family portrait, drawing room interior

oil on canvas

61 x 74cm

Lot 344

Late 18th Century English School

Children and a goat in the manner of

Count Brühl’s Tailor,

oil on canvas

72 x 59cm

£600 - 800

£1,200 - 1,800


Lot 345

Late 18th century English School

Three quarter length portrait of a husband

and wife admiring roses in a garden

oil on canvas

oval, 71 x 57cm

£400 - 600




Lot 346

James Ramsay (1786-1854)

‘The Young Archer’

oil on canvas

exhibited R.A.1825, 75 x 62cm

£1,500 - 2,000

Lot 347


After Sir Thomas Lawrence


Portrait of William Wilberforce


oil on canvas

60 x 50cm

£800 - 1,200

Lot 348

17th Century Flemish School

Horse riders in a landscape

oil on wooden panel

24 x 36cm

£600 - 800




Lot 349

John Opie (1761-1807)

Portraits of The Reverend

Joseph Pomery and his wife,

Melloney (nee Scobell) probably

painted in 1778 on their marriage

oil on canvas, a pair

74 x 59cm

£2,000 - 3,000

Lot 350

Follower of Jacob Salomonsz

van Ruysdael (Dutch, 1629-


Figures in a landscape with

houses and church beyond

oil on wooden panel

20 x 24cm

£400 - 600

Lot 351

Follower of Nicolaes Eliazoon

Pickenoy (Dutch, 1588-1656)

Study of a courting couple, a

courtyard beyond

oil on wooden panel

34 x 23.5cm

Lot 352

£400 - 600

After Francesco Guardi (Italian,


Views of Venice

oil on canvas, a pair

24 x 44.5cm

Lot 353

£1,000 - 1,500

17th Century Roman School

Two putti holding a garland of


oil on canvas

76 x 118cm.

£2,000 - 3,000




Lot 354

Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italian,


Veduta de la Villa, Estense in Tivoli and

Cascata de Tivoli

two etchings

46 x 69.5cm and 48 x 70.5cm

£1,500 - 2,000

Lot 355

Flore Marescaille de Caffort (French,


Claudian style harbour scenes with

figures dis-embarking and fisherfolk

oil on canvas, a pair

signed and dated 1798

64 x 79cm

£2,500 - 3,500




Lot 356

Mid 17th Century English


Christ before Pilate and Jewish

leaders, including Joseph of

Arimathea, with scrolls on

which are writings inscribed in

both Hebrew and English

oil on canvas

76 x 158cm.

Lot 357

£3,000 - 4,000

Circle of Nicolas Poussin

(French, 1594-1665)

Figures in an Italianate


oil on canvas

72 x 96cm £600 - 800

Lot 358

19th Century Italian School

after Andrea del Sarto (1483-


Self portrait

oil on canvas

71 x 56cm

Lot 359

£1,000 - 1,500

Manner of Clarkson Stanfield


Shipping off the coast in a

rough sea

oil on canvas

69 x 105cm


£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 360

William Anderson (1757-1837)

Shipping leaving harbour,

figures on the shore waving


ink and watercolour en grisaille

15.5 x 21.5cm

Lot 361

£400 - 600

William Hamilton RA (1751-


Thomas Allen Barnard, his

wife, Sarah and daughter, Ellen,

seated on a bench in parkland

and Children in parkland

watercolour, a pair

ovals, 14 x 18cm

£400 - 600





Lot 362

Attributed to Penry Williams


A view on the Tiber looking

towards the Palantine Hill

oil on canvas

bears signature, 34 x 45cm

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 363

Early 19th century Italian


Travellers looking out from a


oil on canvas

57 x 71cm £400 - 600



Lot 364

Jean Baptiste Pillement

(French, 1728-1808)

Italianate river landscapes

oil on zinc panels, a pair


28 x 38.5cm

Lot 365

Jean Baptiste Lallemand

(French, 1716-1808)

Travellers in Italianate


oil on canvas, a pair

signed 40 x 50cm

£1,000 - 1,500

£2,500 - 3,500

Lot 366

Attributed to John Laporte


Extensive river landscape with

clergyman and other figures on

a lane

oil on canvas

inscribed and dated 1831 verso

34 x 49cm

Lot 367

£400 - 600

Circle of John Dean Paul (1775-


Somerset House and The

Adelphi from the river, London

oil on canvas

59.5 x 44.5cm

£800 - 1,200

Lot 368

Dr Thomas Munro (1759-1833)

Cottage and trees in a

landscape and Tree and fence

in a landscape

charcoal and wash, a pair

15 x 20cm and 15.5 x 21cm

Lot 369

£600 - 800

Thomas Rowlandson (1756-


‘Embarking’, coastal scene

with figures in a rowing boat,

a sailing ship beyond and

boatmen on the shore

ink and watercolour


17 x 26cm

£300 - 500




369 370

Lot 370

Paul Sandby RA (1730-1809)

Warwick Castle, c.1775

watercolour and ink en grisaille

aquatints of the same composition

were published by the artist in

January 1776

29 x 45cm

£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 371

Nicola Funno (Italian, 19th C.)

Portrait of the British ship,

‘Moolsington R.C. Wilson

Commander 1847’, with

Vesuvius in the background

gouache on paper


54 x 76cm

£500 - 700

Lot 372

James Barry (1741-1806)

‘Such was the Chian Father’s

strain ...’ - Akenside’s Poems

ink and wash


41 x 55cm

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 373

Early 19th century Irish School

View of Carlisle Bridge and

Sackville Street, Dublin

oil on canvas

40 x 55cm

£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 374

Charles Towne (1763-1840)

Two horse and a dog in a

landscape, a castle beyond

oil on canvas

signed and dated 1827

43 x 51cm

£2,000 - 3,000


Lot 375

Follower of Heinrich Breling


Refreshment by the Way

oil on canvas

75 x 62.5cm

£800 - 1,200




Lot 376

Edward Pritchett (1828-1864)

Gondoliers beneath the Rialto

Bridge and View along the

Grand Canal

oil on mill board, a pair

inscribed verso

17 x 22cm

£800 - 1,200


Lot 377

Cesare Auguste Detti (Italian,


The Hawking Party

oil on wooden panel

signed and dated ‘79

40 x 29cm

Lot 378

£800 - 1,200

19th Century English School

Studies of stone garden urns

from Ven House, Somerset and

Bow Wood

watercolours, a pair

21.5 x 13.5cm

£400 - 600




Lot 379

George John Pinwell, R.W.S


Study for Gilbert à Becket’s

Troth, The Saracen Maiden

entering London at Sundown

pencil and watercolour on paper


53 x 97cm

£800 - 1,200

Lot 380

Josef William Allen (1803-52)

The Castle at Reinhardsbrunn

oil on copper panel

A slightly larger version, painted

for Prince Albert, is in the Royal

Collection, RCIN 406304

64 x 78cm

£400 - 600


Lot 381

Sidney Richard Percy (1821-


‘A Scottish Loch’

oil on canvas

signed and dated 38

47 x 80cm.

£5,000 - 7,000 380



Lot 382

Aleksander Swieszewski

(Polish, 1839-1895)

Water meadows in Poland, a

wooded landscape with a river,

an artist sketching to the right

oil on canvas

signed and inscribed Honechium

51 x 87cm

£2,000 - 3,000

Lot 383

Charles Edward Dixon (1872-


Tower Bridge


signed, titled and dated 17

35 x 75cm.

£2,000 - 3,000


Lot 384

William Thornley (1857-1935)

Shipping off the Dutch coast

oil on canvas


29 x 24cm.

Lot 385

£600 - 800

James Campbell Noble R.S.A.


‘Fading Light’

oil on canvas

signed and indistinctly dated

29 x 44cm

£500 - 700

Lot 386

Helen Allingham (1848-1926)

Old Cottages, Horsham



31 x 40.5cm

£6,000 - 8,000

Lot 387

Myles Birket Foster (1825-1899)

‘Asking the way’


Studio stamp

14 x 23cm

£1,500 - 2,000

Lot 388

William Mellor (1851-1931)

Rydal Water near Ambleside,


oil on canvas


39 x 59.5cm

Lot 389

£800 - 1,200

George Turner (1843-1910)

‘The Nearest Way Home’

oil on canvas

signed, inscribed and dated 1899


34 x 50cm

£500 - 700

384 385



389 390

Lot 390

Edward Pritchett (1828-1864)

View of Venice




£400 - 600



Lot 391

Alphonse Legros RA (1837-


Nude study

sanguine chalk on paper

signed and inscribed in pencil,

41.5 x 24cm and an etching, Self

portrait, signed in the plate, 21 x


£400 - 600

Lot 392

Angelos Giallina (Greek, 1857-


View of Athens and the




48 x 91cm

£800 - 1,200

Lot 393

Edward Frederick Brewtnall


‘A Summer Afternoon’


signed and dated 1879

62 x 92cm.

Lot 394

Oliver Clare (1853-1927)

£2,000 - 3,000

Still lifes of grapes, a peach

and greengages and apples,

plums and strawberries

oil on board, a pair


19 x 29cm

£800 - 1,200




Lot 395

Pre-Raphaelite School

Two angels and attendant


conté crayon on buff paper

82 x 122cm

£800 - 1,200

Lot 396

Thomas Bush Hardy (1842-


Fishing boats off Venice


signed and dated 1882

45 x 71cm

£400 - 600






Lot 397

Benjamin Williams Leader


Landscape at sunset with pine


oil on board

signed and dated 1916

42 x 32cm.

Lot 398

£800 - 1,200

Charles Archer (1855-1931)

Still life of grapes, strawberries,

raspberries and redcurrants

oil on board

signed and dated 1916

15 x 20cm £400 - 600


Lot 399

Charles Archer (1855-1931)

Still life of apples, grapes,

plums, gooseberries and


oil on canvas


30 x 34cm

Lot 400

John Frederick Herring Jr.


£500 - 700

‘The Ford’ and ‘Going Home’

oil on board, a pair


tondo, 11.5cm

£600 - 800

Lot 401

Everett Shinn (American, 1876-


Sir Henry Irving as Shylock,


pastel on paperboard

signed, with label from Marie

Antoville Galleries Corp., NY

and a label on the reverse of

the frame ‘Property of Everett

Shinn/26 Washington Squ. N /

N.Y. City / Price #1/200 net’ and

inscribed ‘Sir Henry Irving as or a

“Shilock” / Made in his dressing

room during his last tour of this

country. Considerate enough

of me to have his stage hands

construct a box out of scenery to

keep out a draught. E.S./ size 26”

x 2” / Date - 1910’ 71 x 34cm

£7,000 - 10,000




Lot 402

Charles André Igounet de

Villers (French, 1881-1944)

View of Paris looking along The


oil on canvas


80 x 95cm, unframed

£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 403

Sir David Murray (1849-1933)

‘Ben Cruachan, Loch Awe’

oil on wooden panel

signed with artist label verso

37 x 45cm

£500 - 800

Lot 404

Louis Wain (1860-1939)

‘All dressed up and nowhere to


pen and ink


25 x 33.5cm

£2,000 - 3,000

Lot 405

Józef Ryszkiewicz (Polish,


Winter landscape with figure

loading a haycart, a troika


oil on artist board

signed and dated 1925

34 x 66cm

Lot 406

Dutch School c.1924

Black model in a studio

charcoal and conte chalk

£800 - 1,200

inscribed verso ‘Rond-Maria

Amsterdam 1924’

87 x 53cm

£500 - 800



Lot 407

U Ngule Gaing (Burmese 1901-


Portrait of a woman wearing a

white hat

watercolour on paper


38 x 27cm

£700 - 1,000




Lot 408

§ Michalis Economou (Greek


House and boat beside the sea

... 1912

oil on canvas

signed, Gallerie Marcel Bernheim

label verso dated 1913

59.5 x 119.5cm

£15,000 - 20,000

Lot 409

Georgios Bouzianis (Greek,


Reclining nude and studies of

buildings, together with a head

study with inscription below

three watercolours and a ballpoint

sketch all signed and dated 1954,

29 x 18cm, in a folder with internal

sketch overall 34.5 x 22cm

£1,200 - 1,800


Lot 410

§ Alfred Daniels (1924-2015)

‘The Antiques Stall’

oil on canvas

signed and dated 1951

50 x 60cm,

£800 - 1,200 410







Lot 411

Frederick James Aldridge




signed and dated ‘16

50 x 75cm £400 - 600

Lot 412

Frederick James Aldridge


Fishing boats at sea



46 x 75cm £300 - 500

Lot 413

§ Eric Slater (1896-1963)

‘A Sussex Mill’

woodcut in colours

signed in pencil

25.5 x 34.5cm

£500 - 800

Lot 414

Dame Ethel Walker ARA RBA

RP DBE (1861-1951)

‘The Four Seasons’

ink and watercolour

exhibition labels verso

50 x 44cm £1,000 - 1,500

Lot 415

William Jackson (Irish, 1843-


‘Sheephaven Bay, County


oil on board


40 x 50cm, unframed

Lot 416

Circle of Robert Henri

(American, 1865-1929)

£800 - 1,200

Portrait of a mother and child

oil on canvas


61 x 50cm, unframed

£500 - 800

Lot 417

§ Dame Laura Knight (1877-


‘Finishing Touches’

watercolour and pencil

initialled and dated 1924 with RA

label verso

35 x 25cm £1,000 - 1,500

Lot 418

Wilhelm Blanke (German 1873-


Venice, the entrance to the Rio

di Palazzo, the Bridge of Sighs


oil on board


58 x 68cm

£500 - 800

Sale proceeds to be donated to

the Ukraine Appeal


Lot 419

§ Sir Max Beerbohm (1872-


‘March of The Gentlemen’

pencil on paper study for a mural

signed and dated 1922, inscribed

‘For Jack Lynch from Max 1922’

47 x 58cm, original velvet mount,

overall 67 x 77.5cm

£7,000 - 10,000

This Beerbohm study cartoon

was intended for a mural at his

Rapallo villa, which was never

executed. It was gifted to ‘Jack’

Bohun Lynch (1884-1928),

a friend, writer, caricaturistillustrator

, and author of ‘Max

Beerbohm in perspective’ in 1922.

This study presented a unique

and remarkable socio-historical

grouping of caricatures of

Beerbohm’s closest friends, from

the Cultural, Political, Social and

Queer communities of Britain in

the early 20th Century.

Identified sitters by Sir Edward

Marsh [ 1872-1953 ] KCVO

CB CMG , pps to Joseph

Chamberlain and Sir Winston

Churchill. Sir Ray Lankester

(1849-1929) - biologist Sir

Edmund Gosse (1849-1928) -

poet, author, and critic Sir Edward

Carson (1854-1935) - politician

Cunninghame Graham (1852-

1936) - politician, writer, and

journalist Philip Wilson Steer

(1960-1942) - landscape artist

Henry Tonks (1862-1937) -

surgeon and artist Gilbert Keith

Chesterton (1874-1936) - writer

and philosopher John Masefield

(1878-1967) - poet and writer

John Singer Sargent (1856-1925)

- artist John Galsworthy…….

[1867-1933] English novelist and

playwright Lytton Strachey (1880-

1932) - writer and critic Henry

Chaplin (1840-1923) - politician

Herbert Asquith (1852-1928) -

former Prime Minister Sir Henry

Irving, [1838-1905] Stage Actor

and Manager. AJ , Earl Balfour

(1848-1930) - former Prime

Minister George S Street [1867-

1936] critic, journalist ad writer

Sir Ian Malcolm (1868-1944) -

Tory politician Director of Suez

Canal Company Chief of Clan

MacCallum/Malcolm. George

Bernard Shaw [1856-1950] Irish

playwright, critic, polemicist and

political activist.

Inscribed verso ‘This cartoon

by Max Beerbohm was drawn

for a projected wall-painting for

his villa at Rapallo, which was

never executed. It was given by

him to his friend and biographer

(Jack) Bohun Lynch, to whom

it is inscribed…… p……. It was

purchased in from his estate in

1947 by Scribners…. Several of

the identifications were supplied

by Sir Edward Marsh’, KCVO

CB CMG a British translator and

friend to Rupert Brooke. The work

was intended as the frieze for

the dining Room in his and Lady

Beerbohm’s villa, to where they

had moved in 1910. Beerbohm

had married his wife, the

American actress Florence Kahn,

in the same year.

The work was purchased from

Scribners in New York in c 1950 ,

by Sir Yehudi Menuhin, OM KBE.

And was sold by his Estate.

Lot 420

§ John Anthony Park (1878-


The Harbour, St Ives

oil on canvas


60 x 75cm

Lot 421

£8,000 - 12,000

§ John Anthony Park (1878-


Still life of marigolds in a green


oil on board


29 x 39.5cm

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 422

§ Ithell Colquhoun (1906-1988)

‘Crane flowers’

oil on canvas

signed and dated 1935

51 x 36cm

Lot 423

£800 - 1,200

Frank Moss Bennett (1874–



oil on canvas board


25 x 35cm

£400 - 600

Lot 424

Albert Rutherston, R.W.S.


‘Le Reveil de Flore’, Cupid.

No1A (Pavlova)

ink and watercolour


35 x 17cm.

Lot 425

£400 - 600

§ Samuel John Lamorna Birch


Devonshire River Landscape

oil on board

32 x 39cm


£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 426

§ Edward Ardizzone R.A. (1900-


Kilburn bar interior

ink and watercolour on paper


18 x 21cm

Lot 427

£800 - 1,200

Edward Ardizzone R.A. (1900-



pencil on paper initialled, New

Grafton Gallery label verso

16 x 23.5cm

£300 - 400





Lot 428

Edward Ardizzone R.A. (1900-


‘The Drawing Lesson’

lithograph on wove

signed and titled in pencil, 33/100

20 x 24cm

£300 - 500

Lot 429

§ Clifford Hall RBA ROI, (1904-



pastel on paper laid on board

50 x 71cm


£400 - 600



Lot 430

Teng-Hiok Chiu (Chinese, 1903-


‘Green Doors, Polperro’

oil on canvas

signed and dated 1930

49 x 75cm

Lot 431

£2,500 - 3,500

Anthony Richard Cooke (1933-


‘Houseboats at Shoreham’

oil on panel

signed and dated ’58 and

inscribed verso

74 x 100cm

Lot 432

£600 - 800

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John


‘Tobago, Fishing Village, West


oil on canvas, signed

34 x 70cm £800 - 1,200

Lot 433

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John


Mediterranean scene with

fishermen in the foreground

oil on canvas


34 x 69cm £800 - 1,200

Lot 434

Samuel L. Margolies (American,


Bridge to Babylon, c.1940

aquatint and etching, signed and

titled in pencil, lower margin.

6.4 x 7.6cm

Lot 435

Modern British

£300 - 500

Still life of a vase and bowl of

grapes upon a table top

gouache and watercolour on

board indistinctly signed and

dated 1949 55 x 75.5cm

£500 - 700

Lot 436

§ John Piper (1903-1992)

‘Westminster School I’ (L114)

lithograph in colours on wove

signed in pencil, 66/100 in

pencil, printed by Curwen Studio,

published by Editions Alecto

49 x 63cm £700 - 1,000

Lot 437

§ John Piper (1903-1992)

St Matthias, Stoke Newington,

London by William Butterfield

(L 143)

lithograph in colours on Barcham

Green wove

signed in pencil, 1/70, from

A Retrospective of Churches,

printed by Curwe

78 x 56cm

£500 - 700




434 435



Lot 438

Léon-Arthur Tutundjian

(Armenian, 1905-1968)


ink and wash drawing

signed and dated 1928

21 x 16cm

£800 - 1,200

Lot 439

§ Felix Topolski RA (Polish/

British, 1907-1989)

The London Suite, 1973 the

complete suite of six lithographs

on colorplan wove

signed in pencil, 39/150, printed

by Curwen Studio, published

by Christie’s Contemporary Art,


48 x 63cm and 63 x 48cm,


£500 - 800


Lot 440

§ Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-


Tour au villages

oil on canvas


44 x 54cm

£4,000 - 6,000


Lot 441

Lucien Delarue (French, 1925-


‘The cafe on the corner’

oil on canvas

signed, 1979 Stacy Marks label


58 x 71cm

£400 - 600

438 441

Lot 442

§ Bennett Oates (1928-2009)

‘Hollyhocks No.1’

oil on board

signed and dated ‘85

60 x 50cm

£2,000 - 3,000


Lot 443

Man Ray (American, 1890-1976)

‘Concert’, from Ballarde de

Dames Hors du Temps, 1970,

etching and aquatint on paper

signed in pencil and marked

H.C. 1/V, total edition of 100

(Anselmino, 60D)

overall 51 x 67cm

£500 - 800


Lot 444

§ Pierre de Clausades (French,


‘Ciels, Champ de Blé’

oil on canvas


45 x 54cm

£1,200 - 1,800


Lot 445

§ Antoine Blanchard (French, 1910-


Snow in Paris

oil on canvas


45 x 53cm

£3,000 - 5,000

Lot 446

§ René Charles His (French, 1877-


‘Le Chemin d’Aiglard’

oil on canvas


37 x 54cm

£800 - 1,200


Lot 447

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry


Meeting Point


signed in pencil, from the edition of

850, printed by Chorley & Pickersgill

Ltd., published by the Adam

Collection Ltd., with the Fine Art

Trade Guild blindstamp 49 x 72cm.

£1,000 - 1,500




Lot 448

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry


View of a Town


signed in pencil, from the edition

of 850,

46 x 55.5cm.

£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 449

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry


Level Crossing, Burton on



signed in pencil, from the edition

of 850,

43.5 x 58cm.

Lot 450

£500 - 800

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry


Mrs Swindell’s Picture


signed in pencil, from the edition

of 850,

43 x 31.5cm.

£1,500 - 2,000



Lot 451

§ Pierre de Clausades (French,


‘En Val de Loire’

oil on canvas


58 x 90cm.

£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 452

Leonard Nimoy (1931-2015)

Female nude

silver print

16 x 20.5cm

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 453

§ Gerald A. Cooper (1898-1975)


oil on canvas


75 x 62cm

£2,000 - 3,000

Lot 454

§ Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-


‘Fleurs Pivcines’

oil on canvas


72 x 58cm

£4,000 - 6,000


Lot 455

§ Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-


‘Les Fleur d’été’

oil on canvas


54 x 45cm

£3,000 - 5,000

Lot 456

§ Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-



oil on canvas


54 x 44cm

£4,000 - 6,000

455 454



Lot 457

Mikhail Alexandrovich

Shaposhnikov (Ukrainian, 1909-


Still life of fruit upon a table top

oil on board

signed and dated ‘67

67 x 58cm

£1,500 - 2,000

Lot 458

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry


‘The Notice Board’

offset lithograph

signed in pencil, from an edition

of 500 with Fine Art Trade Guild

blind stamp DFD

43 x 53cm

£2,000 - 3,000



Lot 459

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry


‘The Level Crossing’

offset lithograph

signed in pencil, from the edition

of 850, with Fine Art Trade Guild


44 x 58cm

£2,000 - 3,000


Lot 460

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry


‘The Reference Library’

offset lithograph

signed in pencil, with Fine Art

Trade Guild blind stamp

26 x 36cm

£1,500 - 2,500

Lot 461

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry


‘Industrial Scene (1953)’

offset lithograph

signed in pencil, from the edition

of 850, published by Venture

Prints Ltd., Bristol, with the Fine

Art Trade Guild blindstamp

37 x 26cm

£1,500 - 2,500


Lot 462

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry


‘Figures in the Park’

offset lithograph

signed in pencil, 48/100,

published by Peinture 1976

42 x 32cm

£1,500 - 2,500







Lot 463

Lawrence Stephen Lowry RA,

RBA (1887-1976)

Woman with a beard


signed in pencil, published

by Adam Collection Ltd. and

bearing the Fine Art Trade Guild


61 x 50cm

Lot 464

£800 - 1,200

§ Laurence Stephen Lowry


Market scene in a Northern


lithograph signed in pencil,

published by Patrick Seale Prints

Ltd., London, 1973

48 x 62cm

Lot 465

£2,000 - 3,000

§ Ronald Ossory Dunlop (1894-


River landscape with house

and trees

oil on canvas board


49 x 59cm

£400 - 600



Lot 466

§ Maurice Canning Wilks RUA

ARHA (1910-1984)

‘Silver Light ...’

oil on canvas


39 x 49cm £600 - 800

Lot 467

Yuri Matushevski (Russian,


Hillside houses in summer

oil on card

signed and dated ‘70

54 x 69cm £800 - 1,200


Lot 468

Adolf Adler (Israeli - Romanian,


Female nude

oil on canvas, signed

40 x 33cm £400 - 600

Lot 469

Alex Nwokolo (Nigerian, b.1963)

‘Stepping Out’

oil on canvas

signed and dated 1995

89.5 x 64cm

£800 - 1,200




Lot 470

§ Glynn Morgan (Welsh, 1926-


‘Up The Valley’

oil on board

signed and dated 1951

56 x 39cm

£500 - 800

Lot 471

Abdulrahim Appabhai Almelkar

(Indian, 1920-1982)



ink and watercolour on paper

signed, inscribed verso

40 x 50cm

£800 - 1,200

Lot 472

§ Rudolf Bonnet (Dutch, 1895-


‘Geledek, Bali 35’

charcoal on paper

signed and inscribed

31.5 x 24cm

£400 - 600



Lot 473

§ Jacob Bornfriend (Czech,


Stylised landscape with figures

on a balcony

oil on board


47 x 46.5cm.

Lot 474

£500 - 800

§ Sir Terry Frost R.A. (1915-


Lament for Ignacio Sanches

Mejias from the Lorca Suite

(Kemp 98)

etching and aquatint

signed in pencil, 18/75

56 x 37.5cm

£600 - 800

Lot 475

§ Craigie Aitchison CBE, RA


Crucifixion 2001

screenprint, signed, number 9/75

and dated in pencil by the artist

verso 140 x 110cm

£2,000 - 3,000

Lot 476

§ Mary Fedden (1915-2012)

Tabletop still life with a coastal

view beyond


signed and dated ‘03


16 x 21cm. £2,000 - 3,000


Lot 477

§ Albert Irvin OBE, RA (British


‘Oval I’


signed in pencil and dated 2000


115 x 158cm

£500 - 800

Lot 478

Paul Jenkins (American, 1923-


‘Phenomena Solar Way


acrylic on canvas

signed and dated 2004

163 x 135cm

£600 - 800


Lot 479

§ Geoff Hunt PPRSMA (1948-


‘Combined Operations’

gouache on board

artist’s label verso

44 x 57cm

£500 - 800



Lot 480

§ Guy Taplin (b.1939)


carved and painted wood


incised ‘Swan Guy Taplin’ below

tail feathers,

length 113cm, depth 29cm, height


£4,000 - 6,000

Lot 481

§ Roy Petley (b.1950)

‘Last of the sun’

oil on panel


60 x 91cm

£800 - 1,200


Lot 482

§ Donald McIntyre (1923-2009)

‘The Broads’

oil on canvas

signed and titled verso

25 x 35.5cm

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 483

§ Dame Barbara Hepworth


‘Desert Forms’ from the Aegean



signed in pencil, 6/60 with CCA

Certificate verso

79 x 56cm

£1,500 - 2,000





Lot 484

§ Donald Hamilton Fraser R.A


‘Pyrenees - Château at


mixed media , signed

30 x 40cm £500 - 700


Lot 485

§ Donald Hamilton Fraser R.A,


Coastal landscape

watercolour on paper

signed and dated 4.12.71

31 x 49cm £600 - 800


Lot 486

§ Mary Fedden (1915-2012)

The Regatta


signed and dated 1978

19 x 20cm. £2,500 - 3,000

Lot 487

§ Prunella Clough (1919-1999)

’Simple Organisms’ (c.1990’s)

pastel and gouache on card

Annely Juda label verso with COA

from the Gallery dated 2003

24.5 x 35.5cm

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 488

§ John Steven Dews (b.1949)

‘Cromdale, wrecked under The

Lizard, May 23rd 1913’

oil on canvas


30 x 45cm

£1,500 - 2,000

Lot 489

§ Henry Moore OM CH FBA


‘Standing and reclining figures’

lithograph on plastocowell in three


signed in pencil and dated ‘50

32 x 25cm

Lot 490

£1,000 - 1,500

§ Brian Hagger (1935-2006)


oil on board

signed and dated 1964 verso

60 x 121cm

£800 - 1,200

Lot 491

§ Maurice A. Wade (1917-1991)

‘Black Chimney & Red Wall’

oil on board

76 x 63cm £500 - 800



Lot 492

§ Dame Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975)

‘Girl (Pillar) 1949’

oil and pencil on board

signed and dated October 1949 and inscribed

‘Standing girl’

68 x 22cm

£50,000 - 80,000

See Lyon & Turnbull, Lot 28, October 28, 2021 &

Christie’s, Lot 167, May 14, 2019 for related works.

After the outbreak of WWII, Hepworth and Nicholson

moved down to Cornwall at the invitation of Adrian

Stokes and Margaret Mellis. With triplets to look after,

materials becoming scare and space limited, Hepworth

found that her opportunities for carving were becoming

fewer and thus in the earliest part of her time in Cornwall,

she ‘could only draw at night and make a few plaster

maquettes’. However, the possibilities of drawing soon

became apparent to her and she found that they could

be produced relatively quickly and provided a useful

source of income during the war years, and virtually all

her friends and collectors acquired examples, including

Margaret Gardiner, Cyril Reddihough, Leslie Martin and

Alastair Morton. Once the privations of the war began to

lift, Hepworth found that drawing was now solidly established

as a key element of her work, and several themes

began to emerge from this corpus. Although always

described by the artist as drawings, the careful building

up and working of the base surface, often gesso, the

coloured washes and painted details make them more

than simply drawings. The conscious lack of idealization

in the pose of the subject is typical for Hepworth at this

time, and indeed she tried not to use professional models,

preferring people such as dancers, whose movements

appealed to her.

Lot 493

§ Banksy (b.1974)

Welcome to Hell, 2004

screenprint in colours, on wove

numbered 128 from an edition

of 175 in pencil, published by

Pictures On Walls.

50 x 35cm.

This work is accompanied by a

certificate of authenticity issued

by Pest Control Office.

£30,000 - 50,000

Lot 494

§ Banksy (b.1974)

Because I’m Worthless, 2004

screenprint in colours, on wove

numbered 155 from an edition

of 175 in pencil, published by

Pictures On Walls.

50 x 35cm.

This work is accompanied by a

certificate of authenticity issued

by Pest Control Office.

£30,000 - 50,000

Lot 495

§ Banksy (b.1974)

Toxic Mary, 2004

screenprint in colours, on wove

numbered 354 from an edition

of 600 in pencil, published by

Pictures On Walls.

70 x 50cm.

This work is accompanied by a

certificate of authenticity issued

by Pest Control Office.

£30,000 - 50,000

Lot 496

§ Fred Yates (1922-2008)

‘Night Life’

oil on canvas

signed with Studio sale stamp

verso 59 x 59cm

£2,000 - 3,000

Lot 497

§ Peter McLaren (Scottish,


‘Shilpi Geo 2’

oil on board

signed and inscribed by the artist


105 x 121cm

£2,000 - 3,000


At approx. 3.00pm.

498 - 558



Lot 498

A Queen Anne Britannia

standard provincial silver mug,

by Edmond Richards, with

banded girdle and S-scroll handle,

Exeter, 1709, 11cm, 8.5oz.

Lot 499

£300 - 500

A Queen Anne Britannia

standard silver chocolate pot,

by Joseph Ward, of tapering for,

with domed cover and card cut

decoration, London, 1702, height

22.8cm, gross weight 17.5oz.

Lot 500

£800 - 1,200

An early George II silver mug,

London by Robert Lucas, with

engraved initials to top of handle,

London, 1728, height 10.5cm,


Lot 501

£250 - 350

An early George I silver kitchen

pepper, no maker’s mark, with

engraved crest, date letter only for

London, 1717, 75mm, 91 grams.

£300 - 500

Lot 502

A Georgian silver nutmeg

grater, of mace form, with

detachable column and cover,

unmarked, 77mm.

Lot 503

£500 - 800

A set of three George III

Corinthian silver ionic column

candlesticks, by Thomas

Shephard? and one other

matched candlestick, Smith &

Sharp, London, 1786, on square

bases, with gadrooned border,

all with engraved crest, height

27.8cm, 76oz.

Lot 504

£1,000 - 1,500

A George III silver cylindrical

nutmeg grater, by Richard

Gardner, with engraved foliate

decoration and monogram,

London, 1776, 67mm.

Lot 505

£150 - 250

A George III Irish silver dish

ring, maker, R.B?, decorated

with continuous hunting scene

amid woodland, Dublin, 1786?,

base diameter 20.1cm, 13.5oz.

£400 - 600

Lot 506

A George III gold mounted

piqué work etui, the interior with

three (ex five) implements, 9cm.

Lot 507

£800 - 1,200

A German gold mounted

banded agate rectangular

snuff box, the top and base with

bevelled corners, 87mm.

Lot 508

£2,000 - 3,000

A pair of George III part

textured silver beakers, by

Henry Chawner, with engraved

crest, London, 1790, 10.6cm,


Lot 509

£500 - 700

A George III silver oval teapot,

by Hester Bateman, with

engraved decoration and applied

monogrammed oval patch (to

cover a split), London, 1790,

height 13,5cm, gross weight


£400 - 600














Lot 510

A good pair of George II

embossed silver gilt two

handled pedestal cups and

covers, by Benjamin Gignac,

engraved with tarms of Sherlock

impaling Fontayne, for Thomas

Sherlock (1678-1761), Bishop

of London, Master of the Temple

and for his wife Judith, daughter

of Thomas Fontayne of the

Meltoopn on the Hill, Yorkshire

and decorated with acanthus leaf

and foliate motifs, the covers with

a fruiting pineapple finial, London,

1746/7/8, height 22.3cm, 57oz.

This pair of cups were presented

to Thomas Sherlock in 1748 when

he was elevated to the Bishopric

of London. Provenance: Thomas

Sherlock, Bishop of London

(1678-1761) and his wife Judith

Fontayne and subsequently

Sotheby’s Benacre Hall, Suffolk

auction, May, 2000, lot no. 909.

£6,000 - 8,000

Lot 511

A George III Irish silver

sauceboat, by Matthew West,

embossed with flowers and

vacant cartouche, on three hoof

feet, Dublin, 1788, height 13.2cm,


Lot 512

£200 - 300

A late George III silver

oval cake basket, by Kirby,

Waterhouse & Co, embossed

with flowers and scrolls, Sheffield,

1819,34.4cm, 38oz.

Lot 513

£500 - 700

A late George IV silver wine

funnel by Charles Fox II, with

engraved crest, gadrooned border

and shell thumbpiece, the fluted

base with muslin ring, London,

1829, 14.8cm, gross 191 grams.

£300 - 400

Lot 514

A pair of George IV silver wine

coasters by Benjamin Smith III,

with gadrooned and shell border,

the central border engraved with

an owl, London, 1824, 15.7cm,

gross weight 20.5oz.

Lot 515

£200 - 400

A pair of George IV silver

mounted wine coasters, by S.C.

Younge & Co, embossed with

fruiting vine decoration, Sheffield,

1824, 16.7cm, gross weight 18oz.

Lot 516

£200 - 400

A late 18th/early 19th century

small American colonial? silver

tumbler cup, with reeded border,

indistinct marks, diameter 79mm,

100 grams.

£250 - 350










Lot 517

A Victorian part canteen

of silver double struck Old

English beaded pattern

cutlery by George Adams,

comprising seventy eight items,

with engraved monogram,

London, 1870/71, weighable

silver 147.5oz, housed in an oak

canteen, together with twenty two

ivorine handled steel knives.

£1,500 - 2,000

Lot 518

An early Victorian embossed

silver teapot, by William

Moulson, with engraved crest

with coronet and decorated with

foliate scrolls, on mask knees and

scroll feet, London, 1841, gross


Lot 519

£300 - 500

A Victorian silver mounted

glass baluster claret jug, by

Rupert Favell, London, 1887,

height 22cm.

£300 - 400

Lot 520

An early Victorian silver teapot

and matching sugar bowl, by

John Wellby, both engraved

with contemporary inscription

and decorated with flowers and

scrolls, London, 1841, teapot

height 19.6cm, gross weight

44oz. UK APHA Registration of an

ivory item Submission reference:


£300 - 500


Lot 521

A good set of four Victorian

silver two handled oval sauce

tureens and covers, by Edward

& John Barnard, engraved

with the Gooch arms and the

monogram ESG (for Sir Edward

Sherlock Gooch) and decorated

with floral motifs and gadrooned

border, the domed covers with

foliate ring handles, numbered

1 to 4, London, 1864, 22.4cm,

112.5oz, provenance: Sotheby’s

Beneacre Hall, Suffolk sale, May,

2000, Lot no. 867.

Lot 522

£6,000 - 8,000

A late Victorian embossed

silver pedestal punch bowl

by Mappin Brothers (a.f.),

decorated with foliate scrolls,

Sheffield, 1899, diameter 31.2cm,

45.5oz, on ebonised socle.

Lot 523

£1,200 - 1,800

A 20th century Indian four

piece silver tea and coffee

service, embossed with animals

in landscape scene, 82.5oz.

£800 - 1,200

Lot 524

A pair of late 19th century

German 800 standard white

metal Rococo style, five

branch, six light candelabra, by

Vollgold, with acanthus scrolling

arms and waisted scroll stems,

height 51.5cm, weighted.

Lot 525

£1,200 - 1,800

A late 19th century Hanau

pierced silver oval two handled

basket, import marks for William

Moering, London, 1896, 24.5cm

over handles, 13oz.

Lot 526

£250 - 300

A 19th century Chinese Export

silver three piece tea set by

Cumshing? decorated with birds

amid prunus and faux bamboo

handles, gross weight 29.5oz.

UK APHA Registration of an

ivory item Submission reference:


Lot 527

£800 - 1,000

A late 19th century Russian 91

zolotnik silver and polychrome

champlevé enamel pedestal

beaker, St. Petersburg, maker

Pavel Sazikov, 1874, height

12.4cm, gross 240 grams.

£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 528

CARL FABERGE: A late 19th/

early 20th century 88 zolotnik

and red guilloche enamel oval

kovsh, work master Anders

Johan Nevalainen, the ring

handle inset with Catherine The

Great silver coin, 1896-1908

kokoshnik mark, length 10.7cm,

gross weight 137 grams.

Lot 529

£4,000 - 6,000

An unusual 19th century

silver seal?, of mace form, in

three sections, with engraved

decoration, unmarked, 10.2cm.

Lot 530

£200 - 300

A German 800 standard parcel

gilt silver Byzantine style

rectangular casket, by Paul

Telge, Berlin, decorated with

classical figures and fruiting vines,

the interior with velvet lining,

19.6cm , gross weight 54.5oz, no


£2,500 - 3,000










Lot 531


A 20th century Japanese Meiji

period silver vase, c.1900,

decorated in trompe l’oeil,

imitating a woven basket effect,

applied with sakura branches,

cherry blossom Marked jungun

(pure silver), width 12.5cm, height

16.9cm, 13oz.

£800 - 1,200

Lot 532

An Edwardian Art Nouveau

Scottish silver two handled fruit

bowl, by Hamilton & Inches,

of panelled circular form, with

pierced stylised handles and

feet, Edinburgh, 1902, width over

handles, 37cm, 47oz.

£500 - 800

Lot 533


An Edwardian silver mounted

glass combination pocket

watch holder/inkwell, by John

Charles Grinsell, the watch

with Roman dial and subsidiary

seconds, Birmingham, 1906,

height 97mm.

£200 - 300


Lot 534

A late 19th/early 20th century

Viennese gold, chrysoprase

and Essex crystal set small

trinket casket, by Josef

Siess Sohne, (1895-1922), of

rectangular form, with applied

foliate decoration, five Essex

crystals and four cabochon

chrysoprase, on four rustic feet,

with velvet lined interior, maker’s

mark SJS, Austro-Hungarian

1872-1922 580/1000 finesse

mark, gross 70.1 grams, length

56mm, in fitted leather box.

Lot 535

£1,500 - 2,000

A George V Arts & Crafts

planished silver mounted Mazar

bowl, by Albert Edward Jones,

diameter 14cm, gross weight


Lot 536

£300 - 500

An Edwardian silver salver,

by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co, of

shaped circular form, with shell

scroll border, on tree pad feet,

London, 1907, 30.5cm, 29.5oz.

£400 - 600

Lot 537

An early 20th century Chinese

Export three piece silver tea

set and matching silver inlaid

hardwood two handled tea tray,

by Luen Hing?, with engraved

monogram and planished and

applied dragon decoration, gross

35.5oz, tray 61.6cm over handles.

UK APHA Registration of an

ivory item Submission reference:


Lot 538

£1,000 - 1,500

A pair of late Victorian silver

two branch, three light

Corinthian column candelabra,

by Aldwinckle & Slater, with

acanthus scroll arms and stepped

square bases, with flambe

extinguishers and later engraved

inscription, London, 1893, height

60cm, weighted.

Lot 539

£1,500 - 2,000

A mid 20th century harlequin

part canteen of Danish 830

standard flatware by Broderne,

W & S Sorensen, comprising fifty

one items and two similar items,

weighable silver 43oz.

£800 - 1,200

Lot 540

A good George V Georg Jensen

planished silver Grape pattern

oval pedestal fruit bowl, design

no. 296, with four fruiting vine

drop ring handles and lobed foot

with conforming decoration and

engraved with foliage, import

marks for George Stockwell,

London, 1926, length 36.2cm,


Lot 541

£6,000 - 8,000

A pair of 1920’s Danish Georg

Jensen silver salad servers,

with spiral stems and owl

terminals, one with cabochon

eyes, import marks for George

Stockwell, London, 1926, 19.5cm,

gross 152 grams.

Lot 542

£1,200 - 1,800

An early 20th century Georg

Jensen 65-piece canteen of

beaded pattern silver cutlery,

import marks for George

Stockwell, London, 1927/8/9,

weighable silver 81oz, housed

in a mahogany two handled


£2,500 - 3,500












Lot 543

A 1920’s Georg Jensen silver

Louvre pattern pedestal bowl,

design no. 180 B, Jensen

marks to base, import marks for

George Stockwell, London, 1924,

diameter 14cm, 8oz.

£400 - 600

Lot 544

A pair of 20th century Italian

800 standard silver gilt and

malachite mounted rock crystal

candlesticks, with square stems

and square bases, post 1968

mark, height 27cm.

£600 - 800

Lot 545

A stylish 1920’s Danish silver

pedestal bowl, assayers mark

for Christian F. Heise (1904-

1932), of heptagonal form, with

berry and leaf border and pierced

stem, on shaped circular foot,

diameter 30.6cm, 44oz.

£800 - 1,200


Lot 546

A George VI octagonal silver

two handled tea tray, by Mappin

& Webb, Sheffield, 1946, 59.8cm

over handles, 97oz.

Lot 547

£1,000 - 1,500

A large 1980’s textured parcel

gilt silver centrepiece, modelled

as a swan, by Mappin &Webb,

London, 1984, height 28.4cm,


Lot 548

£2,200 - 2,600

An early to mid 20th century

German silver gilt mounted

gilt rock crystal pedestal dish,

by Gayer & Krauss, diameter

11.7cm, gross weight 9oz.

Lot 549

£400 - 600

A pair of George V silver salt

cellars, with cut glass liners, of

octagonal form, with Greek key

borders, on cabriole lions paw

feet, Pairpoint Brothers, London,

1914, length 13.7cm, 17oz.

£400 - 600

Lot 550

A large George V silver

mounted oak presentation

spade, by Vaughton & Sons,

with inscription relating to Lady

Holden cutting the first sod of

the Cotton Spinning Mills, in

Sharples, Bolton, Birmingham,

1913, 87.5cm.

Lot 551

£600 - 800

An Art Deco Maple & Co walnut

and ivory beaded necessaire

poudreuse table, c.1934, part

fitted with five silver and enamel

toilet jars by George Betjeman

& Sons Ltd, London, 1933/4, UK

APHA registration of an ivory item

submission reference: MZY65LLU

Lot 552

£800 - 1,200

A large 1930’s silver mounted

rectangular cigar box, by

Adie Brothers, with Celtic knot

decoration, on conforming feet,

Birmingham, 1936, with Irish

import marks, 24cm, gross


Lot 553

£500 - 700

A George V silver salver, by

Adie Brothers, of shaped circular

form, with shell border, on three

scroll feet, Birmingham, 1932,

38.7cm, 44oz.

£600 - 800

Lot 554

A 1930’ silver two handled

tea tray, by Walker & Hall, or

rounded rectangular form, with

gadrooned and shell border and

engraved decoration, Sheffield,

1936, 74cm over handles, 134oz.

Lot 555

£2,000 - 3,000

A George IV silver two-handled

rounded rectangular tea

tray, by The Barnards, with

gadrooned border and later

engrave monogram, London,

1829, 57cm over handles, 63.5oz.

Lot 556

£700 - 1,000

A 20th century planished

sterling silver rectangular

flask by Ahrendt & Kautzman,

stamped Cartier and six

sterling similar graduated tots,

signed Cartier, all with vacant

cartouche, the flask stamped

Cartier and numbered A672X,

flask 22.3cm, largest tot 4.4cm,

gross weight 30.5oz.

Lot 557

£600 - 800

A late 1970’s parcel gilt silver

coffee pot, modelled as a

dallah, by Asprey & Co Ltd,

London, 1979, height 30cm, 38oz.

Lot 558

£600 - 800

A mid 20th century gold

mounted samorodok decorated

silver rectangular box, by

Jacques Cartier, the lid interior

engraved with the ‘ Voyage

au Congo du 20 Fevrier au 14

Avril, 1957’, the base with plaque

engraved with French inscription,

London, 1957, 25.2cm, gross

weight 63.5oz.

£4,000 - 6,000















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560 562 563

Lot 559

An early 20th century 18k gold

Vacheron & Constantin keyless

hunter dress pocket watch,

the textured case decorated with

eagle on a branch, the Arabic dial

with subsidiary seconds, case

numbered 200493, the signed

movement numbered 332074,

case diameter 49mm, gross

weight 88.8 grams, with box.

Lot 560

£2,500 - 3,500

An early 20th century Rolex

935 silver, blue enamel and

paste set keyless open face

fob watch, the inner case signed

W&D (Wilsdorf & Davies),case

diameter 32mm, gross weight

27.8 grams.

£1,200 - 1,500

Lot 561

WWI interest: W G Wright,

East Surrey Regiment 9ct

gold presentation open faced

keyless lever pocket watch,

hallmarked for Birmingham,

1915, with Roman dial 1914-5

star, various shooting medals

and a German soldier’s alarm

pocket watch.

Lot 562

£500 - 700

A Victorian engine turned 18ct

gold hunter keywind pocket

watch, by James McCabe,

Royal Exchange, London, the

signed movement numbered

18870, with engraved crest, case

diameter 44mm, gross weight

75.3 grams.

£500 - 700

Lot 563

A gentleman’s early 1980’s

stainless steel Omega

Seamaster Professional ‘The

First Watch Worn On The Moon’

manual wind wrist watch,

on stainless steel Omega

bracelet, with black dial and three

subsidiary dials, movement c.861,

case diameter 40mm, no box or


£2,000 - 3,000





Lot 564

A gentleman’s 9ct gold Jaeger

LeCoultre manual wind dress

wrist watch, on associated

strap, with baton numerals

and subsidiary seconds, case

diameter 34mm, gross weight 31

grams, no box or papers.

Lot 565

£300 - 400

A gentleman’s 1950’s 18ct

gold Omega Automatic wrist

watch, with French 18ct gold

mark, on an associated French

18ct gold bracelet, with baton

and quarterly Arabic numerals,

movement c.501, overall 22.7cm,

gross weight 85.1 grams, with an

Omega box, no papers.

£2,500 - 3,500


Lot 566

A lady’s steel and gold Santos

De Cartier quartz wrist watch,

with Roman dial and cabochon

set winding crown, case back

numbered 1567 BB182123, on a

stainless steel Cartier bracelet, no

box or papers.

Lot 567

£1,000 - 1,500

A gentleman’s 1970’s stainless

steel Favre Leuba Sea Sky

chronograph manual wind

wrist watch, with baton numerals

and three subsidiary dials, the

blue bakelite rotating bezel with

minute markers, Valjoux cal.72

movement, cased diameter

43mm, on a rubber strap, no box

or papers.

£2,500 - 3,500


Lot 568

A gentleman’s 1950’s stainless

steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual

wrist watch, with baton

numerals, on stainless steel Rolex

bracelet, numbered 6355, model

no. 6564, serial no. 81933, no box

or papers.

Lot 569

£1,500 - 2,000

A lady’s steel and gold Cartier

Panthere quartz wrist watch,

with Roman dial and cabochon

set crown, on Cartier steel and

gold bracelet, no box or papers.

£1,000 - 1,500




Lot 570

A gentleman’s 1950’s Tudor

Prince Oysterdate 34 rotor selfwinding

wrist watch, with black

dial, baton and quarterly Arabic

numerals and date aperture,

case back numbered 7914 over

190767 and engraved ‘R.E.

Cooper’, on a stainless steel

Rolex bracelet, with box and

original receipt dated 24th April,

1955 and later service receipts,

case diameter 35mm.

Lot 571


£800 - 1,000

A gentleman’s late 1920’s

silver cushion cased Rolex

manual wind wrist watch,

with sunburst Arabic dial and

subsidiary seconds, the inner

case back numbered 64946 and

import marked for Glasgow, 1928,

case diameter 29mm, on a later

associated flexible bracelet.

£600 - 800

Lot 572

A gentleman’s 1980’s 18k gold

Baume & Mercier quartz dress

wrist watch, on a Baume &

Mercier 18k gold bracelet, with

blue dial, dot markers and date

aperture, case back numbered

15348, cased diameter 31mm,

gross weight, 77.8 grams, overall

length, 19.7cm, no box or papers

Lot 573


£2,000 - 3,000

A gentleman’s rare late 1960’s

stainless steel Longines

Flyback manual wind

chronograph wrist watch, ref.

7413, serial number 15,612,614,

movement c.530 (also called

30CH), the silvered dial with

baton numerals, two subsidiary

dials and outer telemetre

markers, case diameter 38mm,

on associated leather strap,

with Longines Extract from the

Archives certificate.

£4,000 - 6,000

Lot 574

A gentleman’s very rare early

1950’s stainless steel Longines

30CH Flyback chronograph

manual wind wrist watch, ref.

5965, serial number 7,748,805,

the Arabic dial with two subsidiary

dials, movement c.30CH cased

diameter 36mm, on Longines

strap, with Longines Extract from

the Archives certificate.

Lot 575


£3,000 - 5,000

A gentleman’s rare early

1940’s 10k gold filled Longines

‘Stopwatch’ second, manual

wind wrist watch, serial

number 6,120,684, stop second

movement c.12.68Z, with Arabic

dial and subsidiary seconds, case

diameter 31mm, on associated

leather strap, with Longines

Extract from the Archives


£3,000 - 5,000





Lot 576

A gentleman’s rare 1940’s

stainless steel Longines

Flyback chronograph manual

wind wrist watch, ref. 4994,

serial number 6,411,516,

movement c.13ZN, case

diameter 37mm, on associated

leather strap, with Longines

Extract from the Archives


Lot 577

£2,000 - 3,000

A gentleman’s rare early

20th century Longines 900

standard silver manual wind

chronograph wrist watch,

serial number 2,965,796,

movement c.13.33Z, the white

dial with Arabic numerals and two

subsidiary dials, on associated

leather strap, case diameter

35mm, with Longines Extract from

the Archives certificate.

£5,000 - 7,000


Lot 578

A gentleman’s rare mid

1960’s stainless steel Omega

Speedmaster ‘Ed White’ manual

wind chronograph wrist watch,

with three subsidiary dials, ref.

ST 105.003, movement c.321

and numbered 22081504, cased

diameter 40mm, on stainless steel

Omega bracelet numbered 633,

with original purchaser booklet,

dated 5/5/65, later Omega box.

Lot 579

£6,000 - 8,000

A gentleman’s late 20th

century 18ct gold Patek

Philippe automatic dress

wrist watch, on integral Patek

Philippe 18ct gold bracelet,

inner case numbered 2778383,

ref, 3445/106, movement no.

11232590, movement c.27-460M,

overall 19cm, gross weight 110.1

grams, no box or papers.

£6,000 - 8,000


Lot 580

A gentleman’s mid 1980’s

stainless steel Rolex Oyster

Perpetual Datejust wrist watch,

on a stainless steel Rolex

bracelet, with baton numerals

and date aperture, model no.

16030, serial no. 8465104, case

diameter 36mm, with box and


Lot 581

£1,500 - 2,000

A gentleman’s early 1980’s

steel and gold Rolex Oyster

Perpetual Datejust wrist watch,

on a steel and gold Rolex

bracelet, with Roman dial, model

no. 6016, serial no. 6665005,

case diameter 35mm, with box

and spare links.

£2,000 - 3,000




Lot 582

A gentleman’s 1980’s 18ct gold

and diamond set Rolex Cellini

manual wind dress wrist watch,

on 18ct gold Rolex bracelet,

with ‘blind’ dial and diamond

set octagonal bezel, case back

numbered 1650 and 6923981,

case diameter 27mm, gross

weight 121.7 grams, no box or


Lot 583


£5,000 - 7,000

A gentleman’s 1980’s 18ct

gold Rolex Cellini manual wind

dress octagonal wrist watch,

on 18ct gold Rolex bracelet

embossed with the word

‘Rolex’, with Roman dial, the

back engraved with Oman Royal

crest and numbered 4943 and

8950676, case diameter 29mm,

gross weight 97.1 grams, overall

length 21cm, no box or papers.

£4,000 - 6,000

Lot 584

A China 1900 medal to L.

-Corpl. F.W. Fowler. Shanghai


Lot 585

£500 - 700

A George V two colour 9ct gold

presentation snooker medal

‘Bellevue Recreation Club

Victory Medal’ back engraved

with previous winners, 84mm,

40.4 grams, Birmingham, 1921.

Lot 586

£800 - 1,200

Orders and medals, GCMG

and GCVO to Rt. Hon. Sir Cecil

Arthur Spring Rice (1859-1918)

comprising Order of St. Michael

and St. George Knights Grand

Cross star and sash badge

(GCMG), Knights Grand Cross

star and neck badge (GCVO)

£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 586A



Orders and medals, a KCMG

and CVO to Sir Oswald Raynor

Arthur (1905-1973) and a GCVO

and MBE awarded to other

family members comprising

Order of St. Michael and St.

George Knight Commanders star

and neck badge, Royal Victorian

Order Commander’s neck badge

(CVO), an MBE to Sir Oswald’s

wife Elizabeth Spring Rice (1906-

1994) and an additional Knight

Grand Cross, Royal Victorian

Order (GCVO) most likely

awarded in 1904 to Rt. Hon. Sir

Frank Cavendish Lascelles (1841-

1920) who was the maternal

grandfather of Elizabeth Spring


£1,000 - 1,500

Lot 587

UK coins, a cased Victoria 1893

gold and silver proof coin set,

nine original proof coins - gold

half sovereign, sovereign and five

pounds, silver 3d to crown, toned.

Associated non proof 1893 gold

two pounds,

£5,000 - 7,000

Lot 588

UK coins, a cased Victoria 1887

Golden Jubilee gold and silver

proof eleven coin set, Gold half

sovereign, sovereign, two pounds

and five pounds, silver 3d to

crown, toned

£2,500 - 3,500


Lot 589

UK coins, a cased George V

1911 coronation gold and silver

proof ten coin set, Comprising

gold sovereign and half

sovereign, silver maundy 1d to

4d, and silver sixpence to crown,


£800 - 1,200



Lot 590

A 19th century gold and

bloodstone set intaglio ring,

carved with crest and motto, the

shank with carved and engraved

scroll decoration, size L, gross

weight 8.2 grams.

Lot 591

£500 - 700

A large antique style gold and

intaglio white stone set ring,

the stone carved with a horse

and inscribed ‘Tinker’, mounted

in a heavy carved gold shank and

setting, size P/Q, gross weight

24.3 grams.

Lot 592

£1,000 - 1,500

A 19th century gold, pink

topaz, seed pearl, citrine

and aquamarine set choker

necklace, with flower head motifs

and set with oval cut stones,

34cm, gross 26.9 grams.

Lot 593

£1,500 - 2,500

A 19th century pierced three

colour gold, pink topaz,

moonstone, citrine and

aquamarine set bracelet. of

foliate design, approx. 17cm,

gross 31 grams.

Lot 594

£1,500 - 2,500

A 19th century gold, blue

enamel and rose cut diamond

set oval brooch, set with

nineteen stones, 34mm, gross

weight 8.7 grams.

£800 - 900

Lot 595

A late 18th/early 19th century

French? gold and polychrome

enamel oval snuff box, the

central scene with birds and ruins,

the top side and base with blue

guilloche enamelled panels and

green enamel borders, indistinct

marks, 59mm, gross weight 57.8

grams, enamel a.f.

Lot 596

£1,000 - 1,500

An early 19th century gold muff

chain, with bright cut and textured

circular links and cannetile work

rectangular shaped clasp, 120cm,

86.9 grams.

Lot 597

£3,000 - 4,000

An early 20th century pierced

and engraved silver gilt and

gem set choker necklace, in the

Suffragette colours, with flower

head and elongated links, 32cm,

in fitted Harvey & Gore gilt tooled

leather box.

Lot 598

£400 - 600

An early 20th century

continental gold and diamond

chip set twin dolphin crossover

ring, with textured ‘scale’

shoulders, size G, gross 19.2


Lot 599

£800 - 1,200

A Victorian pierced gold,

silver and rose cut diamond

set pendant brooch, of shaped

circular form, verso with inset pink

pear shaped gem stone?, 29mm,

gross weight 8.9 grams.

£1,000 - 1,200

Lot 600

A George III gold, foil backed

garnet and rose cut diamond

set three stone ring, with pierced

shoulders and fluted ring head

setting, size K/L, gross weight 1.8


Lot 601

£300 - 500

A 19th century gold overlaid,

emerald and diamond set

double sided Blackamoor

seal pendant, the carnelian

matrix carved with the bust of

a gentleman to sinister, overall

46mm, gross weight 12.3 grams.

Lot 602

£300 - 500

A George II gold, black enamel

and rock crystal set mourning

ring, the shank inscribed ‘T.P. OB.

24 MAR. 1743. AE 53. M.P. 25

MAR 1744. AE. 43’, size K, gross

weight 3.6 grams.

Lot 603

£300 - 400

An 19th century gold, rose cut

diamond and blue guilloche

enamel set marquise shaped

ring, with diamond set split

shoulders, size J/K, gross 3


Lot 604

£250 - 350

An 18th century gold and

rock crystal and diamond set

mourning ring, with plaited hair

beneath the crystal and two stone

diamond set shoulders ,size K,

gross weight 2.8 grams.

£300 - 400
















Lot 605

A Victorian gold, four stone

garnet and three stone split

pearl set mourning pendant

brooch, with pear shaped garnets

and pierced scroll border, 48mm,

gross 15.6 grams.

Lot 606

£300 - 400

A 19th century gold, silver and

diamond cluster drop pendant

brooch, set with old mine stones,

with articulated lower section,

the largest stone approximately

0.45ct, overall 48mm, gross

weight 16.9 grams.

Lot 607

£1,500 - 2,000

A 19th century continental gold,

silver and old cut diamond set

pear shaped drop pendant, on

a later fine link chain, overall

48mm, gross weight 9.2 grams.

Lot 608

£1,000 - 1,500

A Victorian gold, silver and

diamond set starburst brooch,

30mm, gross weight 6.7 grams.

Lot 609

£400 - 600

A Victorian 15ct gold necklace,

with engraved rectangular and

oval links, 42cm, 26.1 grams.

Lot 610

£300 - 500

A Victorian gold and silver,

diamond and split pearl set

brooch, modelled as a ‘chapeau

gules turned up ermine’ or

heraldic cap of maintenance,

set with old mine cut diamonds

including cushion cut stone

weighing approximately 1.00ct,

with detachable brooch fitting,

54mm, gross weight 15.6 grams.

£1,500 - 2,000

Lot 611

A William IV gold, split pearl

and sardonyx set mourning

ring, the oval hardstone carved

with a moth, the underside of the

ring head with plaited hair below a

glazed panel, the shank inscribed

‘John Bridge who died 9th April,

1834, in his 80th year’, size K,

gross 5.3 grams.

Lot 612

£400 - 600

An 18ct white gold and nine

stone diamond flower head

cluster ring, the central stone

approximately 0.25ct, size N,

gross weight 3.7 grams.

Lot 613

£400 - 600

An early 20th century gold,

sardonyx hardstone cameo

and split pearl set oval brooch,

carved with the bust of a lady,

60mm, gross weight 42.3 grams.

Lot 614

£400 - 600

A late Victorian 15ct gold coral

bead and seed pearl set part

cannetile work hinged bangle,

inner diameter 56mm, gross

weight 29 grams, with box.

Lot 615

£500 - 800

A Victorian engraved and

facetted link mourning bracelet,

with pear shaped foil backed?

garnet set heart shape padlock,

verso with plaited hair beneath

a glazed panel and inscribed ‘P.

Powell Born 27th April, 1792, Died

16th June, 1850’, bracelet 18cm,

padlock 35mm, gross weight 22.9

grams, in fitted leather box.

£300 - 500

Lot 616

A Victorian gold and silver,

diamond, amethyst, sapphire

and aquamarine? set butterfly

brooch, diameter 39mm, gross

weight 7.3 grams.

Lot 617

£400 - 600

A cased Victorian gold, seed

pearl and blue enamel parure,

comprising a hinged bangle,

tassel pendant brooch and pair

of tassel earrings, brooch drop

87mm, gross weight 48.8 grams,

in fitted leather box.

Lot 618

£800 - 1,200

A 19th century gold, sapphire

and rose cut diamond set

hinged bangle, with central

heart and coronet motif, interior

diameter 56mm, gross weight 8.4


Lot 619

£500 - 700

A Victorian style 18ct gold

and fifteen stone diamond set

marquise cluster dress ring,

with fluted shoulders, size P,

gross weight 5.6 grams.

Lot 620

£1,000 - 1,500

A Victorian gold and silver,

emerald cut amethyst and

diamond cluster set brooch, of

quatrefoil shape, 31mm, gross

weight 5.7 grams.

£300 - 400

















Lot 621

A late 19th century Austro-

Hungarian 14k gold and

turquoise set demi parure,

comprising an ova pendant

brooch and pair of matching

drop earrings, 14k Prague mark,

pendant overall 52mm, earrings

overall 33mm, gross weight 13.1


Lot 622

£300 - 400

A Victorian, gold, silver and

graduated twenty one stone

diamond set crescent brooch,

the largest stone approximately

estimated as 0.25ct, 43mm, gross

5 grams.

Lot 623

£600 - 800

A Victorian gold and silver,

diamond, ruby, sapphire and

split pearl set butterfly brooch,

diameter 42mm, gross weight

14.6 grams, three stones missing.

Lot 624

£500 - 700

A 19th century Italian gold and

micro mosaic set drop pendant

brooch, decorated with doves

of peace and inscribed ‘Amore E

Fede’, with glazed panel verso,

61mm, gross weight 17.4 grams.

Lot 625

£400 - 600

A late 19th Viennese gold,

Essex crystal and rose cut

diamond set diamond shaped

brooch, set with four corner

panels, depicting, a swallow,

ladybird, clover and toadstool,

indistinct maker’s mark, 24mm ,

gross 4 grams.

£200 - 300

Lot 626

A late Victorian engraved gold,

gypsy set three stone diamond

and four stone sapphire set

hinged bangle, interior diameter

54mm, gross 11.1 grams.

Lot 627

£300 - 500

A platinum and single stone

diamond ring, with diamond

chip set shoulders, the stone

weighing approximately 1.00ct

size I, gross weight 2.3 grams.

Lot 628

£500 - 700

A Victorian gold, sapphire and

diamond cluster set hinged

bangle, interior diameter approx.

57mm, cluster 19mm, gross

weight 10.4 grams.

Lot 629

£400 - 600

A white gold and collet set

three stone diamond ring,

the central stone weight

approximately 2.08ct, the outer

stones each approximately 0.30ct,

size M, gross weight 5 grams.

Lot 630

£4,000 - 6,000

A Victorian style diamond

encrusted and ruby set brooch,

modelled as a pelican, with

textured feathers, 25mm, gross

weight 4.7 grams.

Lot 631

£400 - 600

A Victorian style white gold,

diamond encrusted and

cabochon garnet set brooch,

modelled as a running fox, with

textured fur, 45mm, gross weight,

13.8 grams.

£300 - 500

Lot 632

A 19th century gold and silver,

pink topaz and diamond set

openwork oval brooch, 24mm,

gross weight 3.6 grams.

Lot 633

£500 - 700

A late Victorian 15ct gold and

seed pearl set drop pendant

necklace, of scrolling form, with

rope twist chain, 48cm, gross

weight 15.9 grams, in a gilt tooled

leather box.

Lot 634

£600 - 800

A Victorian gold and cameo

agate set oval drop tassel

brooch, the stone carved with

the bust of a lady to sinister, 8cm,

gross weight 32.5 grams.

Lot 635

£300 - 500

A modern 18ct white gold,

sapphire and diamond set oval

cluster pendant, the sapphire

weighing approx. 3.60ct, the

diamonds with an approx. total

weight of 2.20ct, overall 27mm,

gross 6.3 grams.

Lot 636

£1,500 - 2,000

A modern 18ct white gold and

nine stone diamond set flower

head cluster ring, the central

stone weighing approximately

0.35ct, size O, gross weight 4.2


Lot 637

£400 - 600

A Victorian gold, silver and

graduated thirteen stone

diamond set crescent brooch,

the largest stone approximately

0.50ct, 20cm, gross 3 grams.

£800 - 1,200














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Lot 638

An antique Tiffany & Co gold

and single stone cushion cut

rubellite set dress ring, with

pierced settings and stylised scroll

work carved shoulders, signed,

size P, gross weight 13.2 grams.

Lot 639

£600 - 800

A Victorian cased travelling

polychromatic metal bangle

template set, containing eighteen

numbered assorted mainly foliate

designs, of varying widths, in

fitted case, case 20.5cm by


Lot 640

£400 - 600

A pair of Swiss gold,

polychrome enamel and seed

pearl set double sided drop

earrings, of demi-lune form, with

urn finial, width 36mm, gross

weight 12.5 grams.

Lot 641

£800 - 1,000

An Edwardian gold and

graduated oval cut sapphire

and rose cut diamond set

crescent brooch, 29mm, gross

weight 4.1 grams.

Lot 642

£600 - 800

An early 20th century gold,

three stone diamond and four

stone split pearl set bar brooch,

44mm, gross weight 6.8 grams.

Lot 643

£400 - 600

A Victorian gold and diamond

cluster set hinged bangle, with

central flower head motif, interior

diameter approx. 58mm, gross

weight 15.5 grams, in fitted box.

£600 - 800

Lot 644

A 1960’s 18ct gold and solitaire

diamond ring, the stone

weighing approximately 0.50ct,

gross weight 3.1 grams.

Lot 645

£400 - 600

A Belle Epoque gold and

silver, sapphire and diamond

set openwork drop pendant

brooch, set with round and rose

cut diamonds and round and

shaped cut sapphires, 48mm,

gross weight 5.6 grams.

Lot 646

£400 - 600

An early 20th century gold and

silver, cultured pearl, ruby and

diamond cluster set diamond

shaped brooch, 41mm, gross 5.2


Lot 647

£400 - 600

A Belle Epoque pierced

white gold and millegrain

set diamond cluster set clip

brooch, of ‘Y’ shape, with foliate

engraved clip, 27mm, gross

weight 6.7 grams.

Lot 648

£300 - 500

An antique gold, ruby and old

cut diamond set circular cluster

ring, size K, gross 4.6 grams.

Lot 649

£700 - 1,000

A Victorian gold, old cut

diamond, ruby and split pearl

set hinged bangle, with central

heart motif and coronet, the

bracelet hinged set with three

graduated rose cut diamonds

(one missing), interior diameter

58mm, gross weight 14.4 grams.

£500 - 700

Lot 650

A 1920’s platinum and

millegrain set flower head

cluster upfinger ring, size T,

gross 4.2 grams.,

Lot 651

£400 - 600

An early 20th century, gold,

platinum, ruby and seed pearl

set brooch, with fan shaped

terminals, 57mm, gross weight

7.2 grams, in Goldsmiths &

Silversmiths gilt tooled leather


Lot 652

£400 - 600

A 1920’s pierced white gold and

diamond cluster set brooch,

the central stone weighing

approximately 0.50ct, the two

outer stones approximately 0.25ct

each 44mm, gross weight 6.3


Lot 653

£1,000 - 1,200

An Edwardian Art Nouveau 9ct

gold and turquoise set drop

pendant, of openwork design,

overall 68mm, gross weight 4.3


Lot 654

£300 - 500

A 20th century gold, cultured

pearl and diamond set open

work scroll brooch, 29mm,

gross weight 11.1 grams.

£300 - 500


















Lot 655

A pair of white gold, four stone

emerald and single stone oval

cut diamond set drop earrings,

22mm, gross weight 2.6 grams.

Lot 656

£400 - 600

A stylish early to mid 20th

century 18ct gold, black opal

and diamond chip set dress

ring, with graduated cabochon

white opal set scrolling shoulders,

size O, gross weight 4.4 grams.

Lot 657

£250 - 350

A Belle Epoque gold and

platinum, emerald, diamond

and seed pearl set twin ribbon

bow bar brooch, lacking one

pearl, 43mm, gross 6.5 grams.

Lot 658

£300 - 500

A 19th century gold, silver and

diamond cluster set articulated

drop pendant, 41mm, gross 2.8

grams, with associated chain.

Lot 659

£300 - 400

A Belle Epoque gold, emerald

and diamond cluster set

octagonal dress ring, size M,

gross 4 grams.

Lot 660

£400 - 600

A late 1920’s French Cartier

silver gilt, black enamel and

diamond set snuff box, in fitted

gilt tooled leather Cartier box,

with central appliqué set with

nine millegrain set round cut

diamonds, signed Cartier Made In

France and numbered 582, import

marks for Cartier Ltd, London,

1929, 74mm, gross weight 86.1


£600 - 800

Lot 661

A pair of modern 18k gold

diamond and turquoise cluster

set scrolling ear clips, 20mm,

gross weight 10 grams.

Lot 662

£400 - 600

A 1920’s gold and platinum,

emerald, seed pearl, diamond

and black onyx set bar brooch,

in a millegrain setting, 68mm,

gross weight 5.7 grams.

Lot 663

£400 - 600

A Victorian gold and silver,

amethyst and diamond set

teardrop shaped pendant,

24mm, on a fine link chain, 39cm.

Lot 664

£250 - 350

A white gold and single stone

emerald ring, with six stone

diamond set shoulders, the

emerald measuring 7.4mm by

5.4mm, with a depth of 3.6mm,

size N, gross 2.7 grams.

Lot 665

£300 - 500

A 1930’s Art Deco white gold

and diamond cluster openwork

clip brooch, set with round cut

stones, 29mm, gross weight 7


Lot 666

£600 - 800

An 18ct gold, sapphire and

diamond set oval cluster dress

ring, the sapphire of a dark green

colour and measuring 9.5mm by

6.5mm, with a depth of 3.1mm,

size M, gross 5.5 grams.

£300 - 500

Lot 667

A mid 20th century Art Deco

platinum and diamond cluster

detachable double clip brooch,

f scrolling design, the largest

stones weighing approximately

0.45ct each, width 61mm, gross

weight 25.3 grams.

Lot 668

£800 - 1,200

An early 20th century

continental gold, enamel and

five stone oval cut amethyst

set drop pendant, of scrolling

design, maker’s mark M RB N?,

61mm, on an earlier 9ct gold

chain, 39cm, gross weight 21


Lot 669

£300 - 400

An Edwardian 18ct gold

entwined twin serpent ring,

with diamond chip set eyes,

hallmarked for London, 1904, size

L, gross weight 8.6 grams.

Lot 670

£300 - 400

An early 20th century Tiffany

& Co platinum, seed pearl and

diamond set pendant square

open faced dress timepiece,

on a platinum, gold, enamel

and seed pearl set chain,

together with a matching 9ct

bracelet and 9ct earing, with

Arabic dial and pierced millegrain

set diamond border, 32mm, the

chain with oval seed pearl and

enamelled gold baton links, 40cm,

gross weight 30 grams, bracelet

20cm, earing 5cm, gross 13.1

grams, with associated gilt tooled

leather box.

£700 - 1,000

















Lot 671

A stylish early 20th century

sterling, enamel and baroque

drop pearl set necklace, with

shaped planished central motif

and two similar oval motifs,

maker, F&A, 49cm.

Lot 672

£300 - 400

An early 20th century platinum

and turquoise set pendant,

with diamond chip border and

diamond set bale, on a 15ct

two colour gold fine link chain,

pendant overall 29mm, chain

39cm, gross weight 9.4 grams.

Lot 673

£400 - 600

An 18ct gold and graduated

five stone opal half hoop ring,

with diamond chip spacers, and

carved setting, size S, gross 4.8


Lot 674

£250 - 350

An 18ct gold, graduated three

stone sapphire and two stone

diamond set half hoop ring,

with carved setting, size M, gross

weight 3.1 grams.

Lot 675

£300 - 400

An early 20th century gold,

enamel and baroque pearl set

drop fringe necklace, in the

manner of Liberty & Co, 46cm,

gross weight 13 grams.

Lot 676

£400 - 600

A 20th century 14k gold and

five stone oval cut pink topaz

set drop fringe necklace, 43cm,

gross weight 5.8 grams.

£300 - 500

Lot 677

A Victorian style gold, emerald

and diamond set marquise

cluster shaped ring, the central

emerald bordered by ten round

cut diamonds, size I, gross weight

4.3 grams.

Lot 678

£400 - 600

A pair of 20th century white

gold, black onyx and diamond

cluster set drop earrings, of

shaped oval form, overall 4cm,

gross weight 6.1 grams.

Lot 679

£400 - 600

A mid 20th century platinum

and diamond cluster double

clip brooch, set with round and

square cut stones, 46mm, gross

weight 23.6 grams.

Lot 680

£2,000 - 3,000

A pair of 18ct white gold and

solitaire diamond set ear

studs, each stone weighing

approximately 0.30ct, gross

weight 1.1 grams.

Lot 681

£400 - 600

An early to mid 20th century

continental gold and diamond

set shaped circular cluster ring,

set with old cut stones, the central

cushion cut stone weighing

approximately 0.50ct, size L/M,

gross weight 11.1 grams.

Lot 682

£1,000 - 1,500

A cased American? 10ct gold

mounted and chrysoprase

cluster set fringe necklace, set

with oval and pear shaped stones,

50cm, gross weight 18.3 grams,

in fitted gilt tooled leather box.

£1,500 - 2,000

Lot 683

A modern 750 gold, emerald

cut smoky quartz and diamond

chip set oval pendant, 40mm,

gross weight 34.6 grams.

Lot 684

£800 - 1,200

A 20th century 14kt gold,

emerald and diamond set

fan shaped pearl necklace

ornament, set with seven rows

of alternating emeralds and

diamonds, width 24mm, gross

weight 7 grams.

Lot 685

£500 - 700

A pair of 20th century 14k gold,

rock crystal and cabochon gem

set demi-lune earrings, 32mm,

gross weight 39.2 grams.

Lot 686

£300 - 500

An early 20th century gold,

white opal and diamond set

circular cluster ring, with

graduated diamond set shoulders,

size T, gross weight 4.9 grams,

Lot 687

£1,000 - 1,500

A 20th century 750 yellow gold

fancy link necklace, 80cm, 80.9g

Lot 688

£1,500 - 2,500

A 20th century pair of gold and

cabochon sapphire set oval

earrings, with 9ct butterflies,

17mm, gross 8.4 grams.

Lot 689

£300 - 400

An 18k gold, ruby, sapphire and

diamond set triple band swivel

ring, size M, gross weight 7.2


£400 - 600




















Lot 690

An 18ct gold, emerald and

diamond octagonal cluster

ring, with single emerald cut

central stone and thirteen old

cut diamonds, size O, gross 4.1


Lot 691

£800 - 1,000

A 20th century Indian Mughal

style gold, polychrome

enamel, diamond, seed

pearl and cabochon ruby set

miniature model of a camel

with two riders, on oval base,

on hardwood stand, oval base

length 71mm, height 62mm, gross

weight 164 grams.

Lot 692

£3,000 - 4,000

A modern 18ct gold, emerald

and diamond set butterfly clip

brooch, with ruby set eyes, oval

and carved oval cut emeralds,

graduated round and baguette cut

diamonds, the whorl motifs detach

to become a pair of ear clips, wing

diameter 91mm, gross weight

69.2 grams.

Lot 693

£1,000 - 1,500

A 20th century two colour gold

and diamond set necklace, with

textured yellow gold links, 42cm,

gross weight 33 grams.

Lot 694

£800 - 1,000

A modern heavy Middle Eastern

gold and diamond set rope

twist drop tassel necklace,

together with a similar gold and

diamond set bracelet, necklace

approx. 52cm, gross 119.2 grams,

bracelet 20cm, gross 80.9 grams.

£4,000 - 6,000

Lot 695

A stylish suite of Austro-

Hungarian 14k gold and citrine

set jewellery, comprising a

necklace, 47.5cm, bracelet, 19cm

and dress ring, maker’s mark

I*S?, size M, gross weight 80.7


Lot 696

£1,200 - 1,500

A large gold and single stone

oval cut emerald set dress ring,

with round and princess cut

diamond cluster set shoulders,

the collet set emerald measuring

approximately 19.5mm by

15.3mm, with a depth of 12.4mm,

the shoulders set with fourteen

princess cut diamonds and twenty

eight round cut diamonds, size

Q/R, gross weight 31 grams.

Lot 697

£7,000 - 10,000

An early 20th century gold,

four stone ruby and four stone

diamond set brooch (adapted),

of quatrefoil shape, 23mm, gross

weight 6.5 grams.

Lot 698

£800 - 1,000

A late 19th/early 20th century

gold and silver, sapphire and

diamond heart shaped cluster

pendant, set with graduated

round cut stones, overall 33mm,

gross weight 5.7 grams.

Lot 699

£800 - 1,000

A mid 20th century Italian two

colour 18ct gold, green enamel,

ruby and diamond set novelty

clip brooch, modelled as the

rear view of a carriage with

driver, set with baguette and

round cut diamonds and square

cut rubies, 1944-1968 mark,

44mm, gross weight 18 grams.

£400 - 600

Lot 700

A 1930’s/1940’s Austro-

Hungarian white gold,

millegrain set diamond, frosted

glass and black enamel

rectangular brooch, with

geometric motifs, 37mm, gross

weight 10 grams.

Lot 701

£400 - 600

A 20th century Italian 18ct gold,

coral black onyx and diamond

set drop necklace, 41cm, gross

weight 16.3 grams.

Lot 702

£400 - 600

A modern textured 14ct gold

and amethyst pebble set

necklace and a similar earring,

necklace, 40cmm gross weight

19.3 grams.

Lot 703

£400 - 600

A Boucheron 750 gold dress

ring, with spherical ring head

and fluted shoulders, numbered

A804X1302, signed, size N/O, 9.7


Lot 704

£400 - 600

A modern 18k white gold and

two row graduated baguette cut

diamond set half hoop ring, the

thirty four diamonds with a total

weight of approximately 1.82ct,

size L, gross weight 6.2 grams.

Lot 705

£800 - 1,000

A pair of textured 18ct gold

modernist earrings, by Andrew

Grima, signed ‘Grima’, 23mm, 5.7


£600 - 800

















Lot 706

A 1970’s textured 18ct gold,

turquoise and diamond set

cluster clip brooch, of foliate

design, maker RR Ltd?, 57mm,

gross weight 28.1 grams.

Lot 707

£800 - 1,200

A modern stylish Italian 750

gold and diamond chip set

modernist brooch, 50mm, gross

weight 13.3 grams.

Lot 708

£600 - 800

A 1920’s George Jensen

sterling silver and two stone

lapis lazuli set drop pendant,

design no. 51, with chain,

pendant 8cm, chain, 57cm.

Lot 709

£400 - 600

An early 20th century French

18ct gold and white enamel set

novelty pendant, modelled as a

whistle, numbered 1332, makers

mark for GS or CS, overall 45mm,

gross weight 10 grams.

Lot 710

£300 - 400

A pair of white gold, diamond

and cultured pearl set drop

earrings, set with old and rose

cut diamonds, 35mm, gross

weight 5.8 grams.

Lot 711

£400 - 600

A stylish 1960’s textured 18ct

gold and three stone diamond

set bow brooch, 32mm, gross

weight 9.7 grams.

£300 - 500

Lot 712

A pair of 1940’s/1950’s

continental gold and diamond

cluster set fan shaped ear clips,

26mm, gross weight 18.1 grams.

Lot 713

£400 - 600

A 20th century Cartier ribbed

18ct gold and sapphire set

rectangular cigarette case,

the thumbpiece set with seven

square cut sapphires, with triple

compartmental interior, signed

‘Cartier Paris’, 12.9cm, gross

weight 229.3 grams, with Cartier


Lot 714

£10,000 - 15,000

An Art Deco platinum? and

diamond cluster set dress

ring, the central stone weighing

approximately 0.45-0.50ct, size E,

gross weight 6.6 grams.

Lot 715

£400 - 600

A mid 20th century platinum

and single stone diamond ring,

with trapeze cut diamond set

shoulders, the central stone

weighing approximately 2.20ct,

with and estimated colour and

clarity of G/H and SI1, size M,

gross weight 4.3 grams.

Lot 716

£7,000 - 10,000

An 18ct white gold oval cut

aquamarine and six stone

diamond cluster set dress ring,

size O, gross 4.8 grams.

£500 - 700

Lot 717

A mid 20th century continental

white gold, facet cut pear

shaped aquamarine and

diamond set drop pendant,

on a diamond set ribbon bow

brooch, 51mm, gross weight 21.9

grams, the aquamarine measures

approx. 36mm, width at widest

point 21mm, depth 13.9mm.

£2,000 - 3,000













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