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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
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

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SUMMER SALE<br />

Tuesday 28th June


476<br />

386


699


SUMMER SALE<br />

Tuesday 28th June<br />

9.30 am<br />

Philip Taylor - Partner<br />

+44 (0)1273 472503<br />

philipt@gorringes.co.uk<br />

15 North Street, Lewes, Sussex BN7 2PE<br />

Sally Taylor - Partner<br />

+44 (0)1273 472503<br />

sallyt@gorringes.co.uk<br />

VIEWING<br />

Friday 24th June 9.00-5.00<br />

Saturday 25th June 9.00-1.00<br />

Monday 27th June 9.00-4.30<br />

BUYER’S PREMIUM<br />

23% + VAT<br />

payable on the hammer price of all lots<br />

IMPORTANT CHANGES TO OUR<br />

BIDDING PROCEDURE<br />

Please note that , owing to the recent introduction<br />

of Money Laundering Regulations, clients wishing to<br />

bid in this auction are asked likely to be asked to<br />

provide two forms of identification. This applies to<br />

both new and existing clients.<br />

General Enquiries:<br />

Tel: 01273 472503<br />

Clifford Lansberry - Partner<br />

+44 (0)1273 472503<br />

clifford@gorringes.co.uk<br />

Dan Bray<br />

+44 (0)1273 472503<br />

danb@gorringes.co.uk<br />

Roger Mead<br />

+44 (0)1273 472503<br />

rogerm@gorringes.co.uk<br />

David Holmes<br />

+44 (0)1273 472503<br />

davidh@gorringes.co.uk<br />

Joseph Trinder<br />

+44 (0)1892 556860<br />

josepht@gorringes.co.uk<br />

clientservices@gorringes.co.uk<br />

Cover: Lot 302<br />

Catalogues: £10 (£12.00 by post)<br />

Registered in England & Wales as a Limited Liability Partnership. Registration No. OC318535<br />

Gorringes is a trading name of Gorringes LLP


Lot 6<br />

472


SALE NOTICES<br />

SALE SYMBOLS<br />

§ Artist’s resale right - 4% on the hammer price<br />

† VAT on the hammer price<br />

* Import tax of 5% on the hammer price<br />

BIDDING<br />

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

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

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

TELEPHONE BIDDING<br />

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

ONLINE BIDDING<br />

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

different additional charges on top of the hammer price and buyer’s premium.<br />

CONDITION REPORTS<br />

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

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

require further information about a lot.<br />

VAT<br />

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

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

and valid exportation documentation must be provided.<br />

PAYMENT TERMS<br />

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

regulations). Please note we do not accept credit cards or American Express.<br />

PACKING, DELIVERY & SHIPPING<br />

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

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

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

International shipping specialists.<br />

COLLECTION<br />

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

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<br />

special arrangements to be made regarding storage.<br />

CONDITIONS OF SALE<br />

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


ORDER OF SALE<br />

Tuesday 28th June at 9.30am.<br />

Miscellanea<br />

Bronzes and Metalware<br />

Ceramics and Glass<br />

Asian Works of Art<br />

Clocks<br />

Carpets & Furniture<br />

1 - 57<br />

58 - 78<br />

79 - 128<br />

129 - 273<br />

274 - 292<br />

293 - 338<br />

Tuesday 28th June at 1.30pm.<br />

Paintings and Prints<br />

Silver - 3.00pm approx<br />

Watches<br />

Medals &<br />

Jewellery - 3.30pm approx<br />

339 - 497<br />

498 - 558<br />

559 - 583<br />

584 - 717<br />

472<br />

8


Miscellenea, Bronzes & Indian<br />

Works of Art<br />

Lots 1 - 78<br />

59<br />

9


1<br />

Lot 1<br />

° Lear (Edward). Illustrations of<br />

Birds, drawn for John Gould,<br />

collected and introduced by<br />

David Attenborough, facsimile<br />

edition, Folio Society, 2012,<br />

number 514 of 780 copies signed<br />

by David Attenborough, 81 colour<br />

plates, additional copy of the<br />

Eagle Plate, original blue-green<br />

full morocco richly gilt, large folio<br />

(54 x 36 cm)<br />

Lot 2<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

° Queen Victoria interest. A<br />

Grant of Arms from Duchy of<br />

Lancaster The Queen to The<br />

Right Honourable Viscount<br />

Cross GCB dated 29th June<br />

1895, Richard Assheton Cross,<br />

1st Viscount Cross, 1823-1914,<br />

was a Conservative politician<br />

and Home secretary in the<br />

governments of Benjamin Disraeli<br />

and Lord Salisbury. He was<br />

latterly appointed Chancellor of<br />

the Duchy of Lancaster by Queen<br />

Victoria<br />

Lot 3<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Georges Cap. A Parfums Djemil<br />

poster, 134 x 93.5cm.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

5<br />

Lot 4<br />

A Grant of Arms to Nicholas<br />

Stanyhurst of Dublin; 1 August<br />

1554 Grant by Bartholomew<br />

Butler otherwise Ulster, principal<br />

herald and King of Arms of the<br />

whole kingdom of Ireland, to<br />

Nicholas Stanyhurst, citizen,<br />

alderman and formerly mayor<br />

of Dublin, Clerk of the Hanaper<br />

and Clerk of the Crown of the<br />

Chancery of Ireland; Latin and<br />

French, 30 x 57cm<br />

Proem reciting that virtuous men<br />

should be rewarded not only on<br />

account of their own merits, but<br />

also that their progeny should be<br />

honoured and extolled<br />

Recites that although the family<br />

have been armigerous, as can be<br />

shown from the registers of arms,<br />

the form of their arms is uncertain,<br />

as is whether they bore them in<br />

accordance with the laws of arms;<br />

but being unwilling to prejudice<br />

any gentleman or nobleman,<br />

in accordance with Nicholas’s<br />

petition and by virtue of the letters<br />

patent granted to Butler, he grants<br />

the arms, depicted in the margin:<br />

3<br />

These arms would now be<br />

blazoned Argent a saltire between<br />

four boar’s heads erased gules<br />

armed or/argent, on a chief or<br />

three bendlets vair; on a torse<br />

argent and azure a boar’s head<br />

couped gules membered argent,<br />

seated on five peacock feathers<br />

proper, mantelled gules and<br />

argent buttoned or. The torse is<br />

painted in different colours from<br />

the blazon.<br />

Given at Dublin<br />

Signed under the turn-up: per<br />

me Batho[lomew]e Butler alias<br />

Wolster roy d’armes d’irlanda<br />

(by me Bartholomew Butler<br />

otherwise Ulster, King of Arms of<br />

Ireland)<br />

Ink and colour on parchment,<br />

318 x 575 mm; in the initial letter<br />

an image of Butler, wearing<br />

a gold crown, with a fur-lined<br />

coat beneath a tabard with the<br />

quartered arms of England<br />

and France, and pointing with<br />

a white wand of office towards<br />

the depiction of the arms; in the<br />

top border the lilies of France<br />

flanking a crowned garter<br />

encircling a Tudor rose; the top<br />

and right margins decorated<br />

with carnations, forget-me-nots,


pansies, roses, thistles and<br />

strawberries; the left margin<br />

shows the full achievement of the<br />

arms as granted, surmounting a<br />

staff resembling a narwhal’s tusk<br />

arising from red and blue mantling<br />

against a floral background.<br />

Tags for two seals [Butler’s seal<br />

of office and his personal seal],<br />

neither present, but with the lower<br />

half of a turned wooden skippet<br />

still attached to the smaller tag.<br />

This must be one of the earliest<br />

surviving grants issued by Ulster<br />

after the establishment of his<br />

office two years earlier in 1552.<br />

Although a letter O (for omnibus)<br />

is called for, the initial letter of<br />

this grant is clearly a T. Grants<br />

by the herald Thomas Hawley<br />

(d1557, see ODNB), who like<br />

Bartholomew Butler may have<br />

been a Scot (for example British<br />

Library Add. MS 37687 of 5 April<br />

1556, and Guildhall Library MS<br />

21734 of 15 Oct 1556), show him<br />

crowned, bearded and identically<br />

attired to Butler in this grant.<br />

That, and the lack of any Irish<br />

symbolism such as a harp (which<br />

had clearly emerged by 1604 –<br />

see the frontispiece to National<br />

Library of Ireland GO MS 66) may<br />

suggest that at this early date no<br />

iconography specific to Ireland<br />

had emerged, and that in the<br />

years immediately following its<br />

establishment the office of Ulster<br />

King employed as a template<br />

for its own productions grants<br />

issued by Thomas Hawley as<br />

Clarenceux.<br />

See online description for further<br />

details<br />

Christopher Whittick 7 vi <strong>2022</strong><br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 5<br />

Oscar Wilde. An autographed<br />

letter to Mrs Visger of<br />

Lewisham regarding an article<br />

written to the Daily News dated<br />

April 17th 1888, on paper headed<br />

Womans World La Belle Sauvage,<br />

Ludgate Hill, 20 x 12.5cm<br />

Lot 6<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Rolf Kemp. A Moody Brothers<br />

limited advertising poster for<br />

Willy Pantzer and his World’s<br />

Most Marvellous Midgets “In<br />

the cabaret”, 224 x 101cm<br />

4<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 7<br />

A Mont Blanc Year of the<br />

Golden Dragon fountain pen,<br />

the cap applied with a dragon<br />

holding a pearl in it’s mouth, 18k<br />

gold nib with 4810 numbering and<br />

dated 2000, 13cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

7<br />

8<br />

Lot 8<br />

A late 1930’s 18ct gold cased<br />

and sapphire and diamond set<br />

side lever fountain pen, with<br />

Dunhill Namiki nib, 11cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 9<br />

Elvis: A signed photograph<br />

and related material formerly<br />

belonging to Peter Aldersley,<br />

ex Radio Luxembourg DJ and<br />

Co-founder and Chairman of<br />

The International Elvis Presley<br />

Appreciation Society See online<br />

description for full listing<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

9<br />

Lot 10<br />

Bert Hill -TV Times and<br />

freelance photographer, an<br />

archive of photos of actors<br />

from the 1970s-80s<br />

£300 - 500<br />

10


Lot 11<br />

An autographed Beatles<br />

photograph and four related<br />

photographs of the Beatles with<br />

Peter Aldersley, autographed<br />

photo 19.5 x 14.5cm.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

11<br />

Lot 12<br />

A 17th century English<br />

stumpwork panel, depicting a<br />

noble couple with castle beyond,<br />

leopard and stag, further animals<br />

and floral motifs, 20 x 28cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

12<br />

Lot 13<br />

A Simon & Halbig original<br />

doll 1099, original wig and body<br />

missing one finger, height 46cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

14<br />

13<br />

Lot 14<br />

An S.G. bisque shoulder head<br />

French fashion doll c.1875, cork<br />

pate mohair wig attached, pale<br />

blue glass eyes, kid leather body,<br />

one finger missing from right hand<br />

wearing cream silk dress from<br />

vintage fabric, 36cm.<br />

£500 - 700


15<br />

16<br />

17<br />

18<br />

19<br />

Lot 15<br />

A bottle of Krug 1979 vintage<br />

champagne, 32cm high<br />

Lot 16<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A bottle of Domaine de Larriou<br />

Bas Armagnac 1913, 31cm high<br />

Lot 17<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Two bottles of Chateau Mouton<br />

Rothschild 1982, height 30cm<br />

Lot 18<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Nine bottles of Chateau<br />

Trotanoy Pomerol 1999, height<br />

30cm<br />

£350 - 450<br />

20<br />

Lot 19<br />

A 19th century Italian gold<br />

mounted micro-mosaic plaque,<br />

depicting an Italianate landscape,<br />

5.5 x 4.25cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 20<br />

A 19th century Italian 18K<br />

gold and enamel plaque icon,<br />

c.1820, Bulgari, set in a green<br />

leather bound traveling case, the<br />

plaque finely painted depicting<br />

the Holy family, probably made<br />

in Switzerland in the early 1800’s<br />

and later mounted in gold.<br />

Hallmarked 18k (750 standard),<br />

Made in Italy, plaque width 6cm,<br />

height 6cm<br />

£5,000 - 7,000


Lot 21<br />

A pair of 20th century Russian<br />

style 18K gold, nephrite,<br />

diamond and ruby set vases,<br />

c.1970 applied with 18k solid gold<br />

laurel garlands suspended from a<br />

ring set with bright diamond and<br />

cabochon rubies in V junctions.<br />

Both sides are applied with a star<br />

of David in platinum and set with<br />

diamonds, the other side with a<br />

Hanukkah in platinum and yellow<br />

gold, diamonds and drop shaped<br />

rubies, width 6cm, height 15cm.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 22<br />

A 19th century Austrian<br />

silver-gilt and painted enamel<br />

timepiece, Karl Bender, c.1880,<br />

heart shaped, mounted with fresh<br />

water pearls and a figural finial,<br />

elevated by a figure of Poseidon<br />

on a triangular base, the corners<br />

set with three hippocampi,<br />

enamelled with floral scrolls and<br />

oval panels depicting classical<br />

scenes. Hallmarked Austrian-<br />

Hungarian assay city letter A<br />

(Vienna), Makers mark KB (Karl<br />

Bender, active 1874-1892), width<br />

12cm, height 24cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

21<br />

Lot 23<br />

A 19th century Austrian silvergilt<br />

and enamel reliquary, by<br />

Rudolf Linke, c.1890, pierced<br />

and decorated with multi-coloured<br />

enamels, sides set with carved<br />

rock crystal panels and a carved<br />

plaque depicting a crest of the<br />

city of Vienna, the hinged lid<br />

opens to reveal a compartment<br />

to store religious relic, hallmarked<br />

Austrian-Hungarian assay city<br />

letter A (Vienna), circa 1880,<br />

Makers mark RL (Rudolf Linke)<br />

width 10.5cm, depth 5cm, height<br />

20cm<br />

£2,500 - 3,000<br />

22<br />

23


Lot 24<br />

A set of ten 19th century<br />

Italian micro-mosaic buttons,<br />

mounted within cut steel borders,<br />

each depicting views of classical<br />

Roman buildings, overall 1.75 x<br />

1.2cm, with a single unmounted<br />

small panel of a goat, 2.25 x 2cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

24<br />

25<br />

26<br />

Lot 25<br />

A 19th century Italian silvered<br />

and ormolu mounted mother of<br />

pearl casket, width 15cm, depth<br />

7cm, height 11cm<br />

Lot 26<br />

£350 - 450<br />

A 19th century Italian white<br />

metal hunting horn, with ormolu<br />

mounts and flower and mask<br />

decoration, length 40cm, depth<br />

26cm<br />

Lot 27<br />

£200 - 300<br />

An early 20th century Italian<br />

pietra dura plaque depicting an<br />

elegant lady, 26 x 15cm<br />

Lot 28<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Dunhill Namiki maki-e<br />

(lacquer) tallboy lighter, c.1930,<br />

decorated with a pheasant<br />

perched on a maple branch, the<br />

reverse inscribed, Namiki-kan,<br />

(Supervised by Namiki) and with<br />

artist’s signature of Shozan for<br />

Tadao Sato with his red seal, the<br />

base stamped ‘DUNHILL FAB<br />

SUISSE CARTIER LICENCE’,<br />

6.4 cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

27<br />

28<br />

Lot 29<br />

An antique hardstone cameo<br />

of Hermes and nine Italian lava<br />

cameos Largest 2.75 x 2.25cm.<br />

£200 - 300


30<br />

31<br />

Lot 30<br />

A 19th century French micro<br />

mosaic topped gold mounted<br />

tortoiseshell snuff box, of<br />

rectangular form, the lid inset<br />

with a view of the Spanish Steps,<br />

Rome, gold lining with maker’s<br />

stamp LB, hallmarked for Paris<br />

1809-19, 8.5 x 6.25 x 2.5cm.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

29<br />

32<br />

33<br />

Lot 31<br />

A late 18th century tortoiseshell<br />

poudre d’écaille box, the<br />

cover inset with two portraits<br />

of young ladies, below a<br />

monogram ‘JC’ with coronet,<br />

mounted in gilt metal, UK<br />

APHA Registration of an ivory<br />

item Submission reference:<br />

H2MAVDWY 8cm diameter<br />

Lot 32<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A late WWII Japanese military<br />

shin-gunto with military bounds,<br />

signed tang, overall 93.5cm<br />

Lot 33<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An 18th century James Barbar<br />

flintlock blunderbuss with 36cm<br />

brass barrel signed London and<br />

lock signed J.Barbar, 75cm.<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 34<br />

A John Cooper & Sons<br />

taxidermic display of two<br />

perch, caught by S.F. Maybrick,<br />

Warminster, July 14th 1934, in<br />

glazed bowfront display case,<br />

width 70cm, height 39cm, depth<br />

20cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

34<br />

Lot 35<br />

A W.F. Homer taxidermic<br />

roach, caught at Marlow by E.<br />

Stapleton, Aug 25th 1905, wgt<br />

1lb 4ozs, in bowfront display<br />

case, width 45cm, depth 13cm,<br />

height 29cm<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 36<br />

A late Victorian John Cooper &<br />

Sons taxidermic chubb, 4lbs,<br />

caught 1895 at Rugeley by Mr<br />

Perks of the Highgate Club,<br />

in bowfront display case, width<br />

63cm, depth 17cm, height 35cm<br />

£300 - 400<br />

35<br />

Lot 37<br />

A W.F. Homer taxidermic bream,<br />

in bowfront display case, width<br />

61cm, depth 16cm, height 37cm<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 38<br />

A late Victorian S.F. Sanders<br />

taxidermic Thames trout, taken<br />

at Boveney Weir, 7th June 1891,<br />

weight 6¾lbs, in bowfront display<br />

case, width 74cm, depth, 17cm,<br />

height 37cm<br />

£200 - 300<br />

36


Lot 39<br />

A large unworked Narwhal tusk,<br />

c.1970, with CITES certificate<br />

616984/01 permit for sale issued<br />

by APHA, 31 May <strong>2022</strong>, 257cm<br />

long (8ft 5.5in.)<br />

Lot 40<br />

£8,000 - 12,000<br />

A cased taxidermic pair of<br />

golden eagles, in naturalistic<br />

setting, ex Walter Potter,<br />

Bramber, width 79cm, depth<br />

51cm height 102cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

Lot 41<br />

A Leica IIIa camera, number<br />

302196 with Leitz Elmar F51:35<br />

lens, Elmar 5cm adapter ring and<br />

leather cases<br />

£300 - 500<br />

40<br />

Lot 42<br />

A good Victorian lacquered<br />

brass monocular microscope,<br />

originally owned by Charles<br />

Neate (1806–1879), with original<br />

walnut cased set of acromatic<br />

object glasses for microscopes<br />

and other accessories, signed on<br />

the microscope and many of the<br />

lens cases, microscope height<br />

59cm.<br />

Charles Neate (1806–1879)<br />

was an English politician and<br />

academic, economist and political<br />

writer.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

41<br />

39<br />

42


43<br />

44<br />

46<br />

Lot 43<br />

A 19th century Swiss ten air<br />

inlaid walnut musical box,<br />

in plain rectangular case, the<br />

movement with 27cm cylinder and<br />

chinoiserie figural strikers on six<br />

bells, width 60cm, depth 31cm,<br />

height 26cm<br />

Lot 44<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 20th century Louis<br />

Vuitton iron bound travelling<br />

trunk, with yellow LV fabric<br />

covering and old shipping labels,<br />

the interior with original canvas<br />

and two lift-out trays, and label for<br />

Paris and New York, width 76cm,<br />

depth 48cm, height 55cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 45<br />

A Louis Vuitton motoring<br />

trunk, with studded black leather<br />

covering, and brass loop handles<br />

with remnants of leather straps,<br />

original canvas interior with label<br />

for Paris and London, width 85cm,<br />

depth 44cm, height 32cm<br />

Lot 46<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A 1920’s Louis Vuitton<br />

miniature suitcase, stamped<br />

L.Vuitton, 20 x 13 x 6cm.<br />

Lot 47<br />

45<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

A Louis Vuitton train case,<br />

no.873750, width 41cm, depth<br />

18cm, height 24cm.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

47<br />

Lot 48<br />

In the manner of Marino Marini,<br />

a terracotta sculpture, reclining<br />

female nude, length 120cm.<br />

Lot 49<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A pair of 19th century carved<br />

marble models of crouching<br />

cats, width 32cm, depth 12cm,<br />

height 22cm<br />

£400 - 600


49<br />

48<br />

53<br />

50<br />

Lot 50<br />

A late 19th century carved<br />

alabaster model of The Dying<br />

Gaul, on integral oval base, and<br />

moulded green marble plinth,<br />

width 65cm, height 43cm<br />

Lot 51<br />

51<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A 19th century Italian carved<br />

white marble bust of a bearded<br />

man, on matching socle, width<br />

31cm, height 56cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 52<br />

William John Seward Webber<br />

(1842-1919). A carved white<br />

marble bust of a gentleman,<br />

thought to be Edward VII,<br />

signed to the reverse and dated<br />

1891, width 56cm, height 65cm<br />

Lot 53<br />

52<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A group of antiquities<br />

comprising two scarabs, an<br />

Egyptian style gypsum head,<br />

and two antique terracotta<br />

heads<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 54<br />

54<br />

A mid 19th century French<br />

marquetry inlaid walnut country<br />

house post box, of architectural<br />

form, with barley twist corners<br />

and floral inlaid panels, applied<br />

with an ivory plaque inscribed<br />

‘POST ARRIVES 6.A.M. GOES<br />

OUT 5.30.P.M’, width 26cm, depth<br />

24cm, height 56cm<br />

UK APHA Registration of an<br />

ivory item Submission reference:<br />

NEWRZLZW<br />

£400 - 600


55<br />

58<br />

56<br />

Lot 55<br />

A Stobwasser papier mache<br />

snuff box, painted with lovers,<br />

signed and numbered 5642,<br />

9.5cm<br />

Lot 56<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Victorian red morocco<br />

despatch box, formerly<br />

the property of the Right<br />

Honourable Viscount Cross<br />

GCB, GCSI, with Royal ciphers<br />

and naming to the top, interior<br />

in black leather with maker’s<br />

stamp for John Pound & Co of<br />

Leadenhall Street,<br />

Richard Assheton Cross, 1st<br />

Viscount Cross, 1823-1914,<br />

was a Conservative politician<br />

and Home Secretary in the<br />

governments of Benjamin Disraeli<br />

and Lord Salisbury. width 46cm,<br />

depth 28cm, height 15cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 57<br />

An early 20th century red<br />

morocco despatch box,<br />

formerly the property of<br />

Richard Assheton Cross,<br />

b.1882, embossed in gold with<br />

the initials of Viscount Richard<br />

Cross “R.A.C.” Manufactured<br />

by Wickwar and Co, London.<br />

Includes an unbound copy of “A<br />

Family History. [On the family<br />

of Cross. With a genealogical<br />

table.]” by Richard Assheton<br />

Cross, published by Eyre and<br />

Spottiswoode, 1900, width 42cm,<br />

depth 30cm, height 9.5cm<br />

Lot 58<br />

57<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A good set of four early 20th<br />

century Louis XVI style ormolu<br />

three branch wall lights with<br />

acanthus, flower and mask plates<br />

and scroll branches, width 41cm,<br />

height 62cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 59<br />

A moose antler ten branch<br />

electrolier, 70cm drop, 110cm<br />

diameter<br />

Lot 60<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A graduated set of four<br />

Austrian cold painted bronze<br />

bulldogs, 18.5 to 5cm.<br />

Lot 61<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Three Franz Bergman cold<br />

painted bronze figures of Arab<br />

boys around a camp fire, one<br />

with coffee pot on a brazier,<br />

the other seated onlooking with<br />

weapons and a water flask to one<br />

side, largest 18.5cm.<br />

£800 - 1,200


59<br />

62<br />

61<br />

60<br />

Lot 62<br />

Jean Francois Théodore<br />

Gechter (French 1796-1844). A<br />

bronze model of a greyhound<br />

on naturalistic base, signed in the<br />

bronze, width 31cm. height 30cm.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 63<br />

Pierre Joseph Hugonnet. A<br />

1930s French Art Deco bronze<br />

model of a spear thrower,<br />

kneeling with spear raised aloft,<br />

on signed marble plinth, length<br />

90cm, height 38cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

63<br />

Lot 64<br />

Thomas-Francois Cartier<br />

(1879-1943). A bronzed group<br />

of rutting stags, standing upon<br />

a naturalistic base, signed in the<br />

bronze, width 69cm, height 31cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

64


65<br />

66<br />

67<br />

69<br />

68<br />

Lot 65<br />

Pierre Jules Mène (French,<br />

1810-1879). A bronze group of a<br />

saddled horse standing upon a<br />

mound with a terrier at its feet,<br />

signed in the bronze, width 69cm,<br />

height 43cm<br />

Lot 66<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Alexandre Schoenewerk<br />

(French, 1820-1885). A 19th<br />

century German bronze figure<br />

of a classical water carrier,<br />

seated upon a mound with<br />

waterlilies at her feet, signed in<br />

the bronze, width 38cm, height<br />

40cm<br />

Lot 67<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Vincenzo Gemito (Italian<br />

1852-1929). A bronze figural<br />

sculpture ‘L’Acquaiolo’ (The<br />

Water Carrier), foundry mark,<br />

height 52cm<br />

Lot 68<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Auguste Moreau (French, 1834-<br />

1917). A bronze figure of a nude<br />

girl seated on a mound holding<br />

a book with birds at her feet,<br />

signed in the bronze, on later<br />

simulated marble plinth, overall<br />

height 45cm<br />

Lot 69<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 19th century bronze model<br />

of a griffon, standing with raised<br />

paw, length 58cm, height 45cm<br />

Lot 70<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A pair of 19th century French<br />

Empire style bronze and<br />

ormolu four light candelabra,<br />

each with female angel stem<br />

holding the branches over<br />

head, on spherical topped floral<br />

decorated column plinths, width<br />

21cm, height 80cm<br />

£800 - 1,200


70<br />

71<br />

73 72<br />

Lot 71<br />

A pair of 19th century French<br />

Empire style bronze and<br />

ormolu four light candelabra,<br />

each modelled with a classical<br />

athlete holding aloft the scrolling<br />

branches in one hand with a floral<br />

wreath in the other, raised upon<br />

domed and squared plinths, width<br />

25cm, height 68cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 72<br />

A pair of Louis XVI style<br />

bronze and ormolu two light<br />

candelabra, each with seated<br />

putto stem and scrolling foliate<br />

branches, on marble and slate<br />

bases, width 22cm, height 51cm<br />

high<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 73<br />

A pair of early 19th century<br />

bronze and ormolu figural<br />

candelabra, each modelled as<br />

a cherub holding aloft scrolling<br />

branches, with pineapple cut<br />

glass sconces and spear shaped<br />

drops, on two tone marble socles,<br />

width 30cm, height 42cm<br />

£800 - 1,000


74<br />

77<br />

75<br />

76<br />

Lot 74<br />

Editions Reverolis of Paris. A<br />

1930’s French Art Deco bronze<br />

figure of a classical athlete<br />

standing with raised arm, on<br />

signed marble plinth, width 51cm,<br />

depth 15cm, height 76cm<br />

Lot 75<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A pair of Louis XVI style ormolu<br />

mounted green marble urns<br />

with fixed lids and cherub and<br />

eagle mounts, height 41cm.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 76<br />

78<br />

Henri-Alfred-Marie Jacquemart<br />

(French, 1824-1896). An<br />

animalier bronze group of a<br />

hound looking at a tortoise<br />

Signed in the bronze width 18cm,<br />

height 15cm.<br />

Lot 77<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A pair of Louis XVI style bronze<br />

and ormolu cassolets with<br />

goats head terminals and loaded<br />

circular bases, height 23cm.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 78<br />

A pair of 19th century Grecian<br />

revival ormolu two lights<br />

candelabra, with classical<br />

goddess finials, acanthus scroll<br />

arms and spear shaped lustre<br />

drops, on foliate motif stems and<br />

circular bases with stylised ram’s<br />

head feet, width 39cm depth<br />

13cm height 44cm<br />

£600 - 800


Decorative Arts,<br />

Ceramics & Glass<br />

Lots 79 - 128<br />

92<br />

27


81<br />

85<br />

79<br />

84 80<br />

80<br />

Lot 79<br />

An unusual Royal Worcester<br />

‘frog and mice’ ewer, c.1880,<br />

modelled with three mice<br />

clambering over the lower half<br />

of the body and applied with a<br />

scrolling dragon handle, the scale<br />

moulded body painted with a<br />

croaking frog, a leaping frog and<br />

an owl by a pond, smudged green<br />

printed mark to base, 29cm high<br />

Lot 80<br />

£300 – 500<br />

A Rozenberg Art Nouveau<br />

earthenware three piece clock<br />

garniture, decorated with lilac<br />

pansies on a green and yellow<br />

ground, clock 45cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 81<br />

A Daum cameo glass ‘dusk<br />

river landscape’ bowl, c.1905,<br />

of decorated with a dusk river<br />

landscape with mountains<br />

beyond, 15.5cm wide<br />

Lot 82<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Martin Brothers ‘grotesque<br />

fish’ beaker, dated 1914, Incised<br />

mark Martin Bros. Southall 12–<br />

1914’, 8.7cm high, hairline crack<br />

Lot 83<br />

£200 - 400<br />

A Martin Brothers blue glazed<br />

vase, dated 1912, incised mark<br />

‘11 1912 Martin Bros. Southall’,<br />

9.5 cm high<br />

£200 - 400<br />

82<br />

Lot 84<br />

A Martin Brothers scale pattern<br />

ovoid small vase, dated 1910,<br />

covered in an olive green glaze,<br />

incised mark ‘10 1910 Martin<br />

Bros. London & Southall’, 13.5 cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 85<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Goldscheider Art Deco<br />

pottery figure of a dancer,<br />

modelled by Dakon, wearing<br />

a blue floral dress, on a canted<br />

rectangular domed base, printed<br />

mark and impressed model<br />

number 6555/28/10, 30cm high<br />

£300 - 500


Lot 86<br />

Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995)<br />

a cup, saucer and side plate,<br />

c.1959, each white glazed<br />

stoneware with manganese rims,<br />

impressed LR seal. Provenancebought<br />

from Galerie Besson in<br />

1992. cup 8cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 87<br />

Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995)<br />

a cup, saucer and side plate,<br />

c.1959, each white glazed<br />

stoneware with manganese rims,<br />

impressed LR seal. Provenanceas<br />

per lot 86. cup 8cm high<br />

Lot 88<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Dame Lucie Rie (1902-1995)<br />

a cup, saucer and side plate,<br />

c.1959, each white glazed<br />

stoneware with manganese rims,<br />

impressed LR seal. Provenanceas<br />

per lot 86. cup 8.1cm high<br />

Lot 89<br />

£400 - 600<br />

§ Edmund de Waal (b.1964)<br />

a tall porcelain lidded jar,<br />

c.1993, covered in a pale celadon<br />

glaze, impressed artist’s mark,<br />

Provenance - purchased by the<br />

owner in Autumn 1993 from de<br />

Waal’s stand at the Chelsea<br />

Crafts Fair at Chelsea Town Hall.<br />

33.4cm high<br />

Lot 90<br />

£8,000 - 12,000<br />

§ Edmund de Waal (b.1964)<br />

a banded cylinder porcelain<br />

lidded jar, c.1993, covered<br />

in a pale celadon glaze with<br />

some flambé tints to the lower<br />

third, impressed artist’s marks,<br />

Provenance - as per lot 89.<br />

15.5cm high.<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

Lot 91<br />

89<br />

90<br />

§ Edmund de Waal (b.1964) a<br />

tall dimpled porcelain lidded<br />

vase, c.1993, covered in a pale<br />

celadon glaze, impressed artist’s<br />

mark, Provenance - as per lot 89.<br />

28.5cm high.<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

Lot 92<br />

§ Edmund de Waal (b.1964) a<br />

porcelain bottle vase, c.1993,<br />

with tapered neck and pale<br />

celadon glaze, impressed artist’s<br />

mark, Provenance - as per lot 89.<br />

16.5cm high<br />

86<br />

91<br />

92<br />

£1,500 - 2,500


96<br />

93<br />

95<br />

97<br />

Lot 93<br />

A pair of large Delft jars and<br />

covers, Pieter Kocx factory De<br />

Grieksche A, c.1701-1722, each<br />

of lobed hexagonal form, painted<br />

in Chinese verte Imari style with<br />

birds amid foliage, auspicious<br />

objects and beasts, the domed<br />

covers surmounted by lion and<br />

ball finials, the base with APK<br />

monogram mark, 50.5cm high,<br />

damage to covers<br />

Lot 94<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A pair of large Meissen figures<br />

of magpies, late 19th century,<br />

each with blue crossed swords<br />

mark, incised model no. 62,<br />

Tallest 53.5cm, restorations<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 95<br />

A Cantagalli maiolica holy<br />

water stoop, late 19th century/<br />

early 20th century, the arched<br />

back panel painted with the<br />

Madonna and child, with<br />

anthemion and fruit swag crest,<br />

the base with cherub spandrel,<br />

cockerel mark, 49cm high<br />

Lot 96<br />

94<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A pair of Sevres style porcelain<br />

and ormolu mounted vases,<br />

late 20th century, each<br />

decorated with figure scenes after<br />

Boucher, the gilded reserves on a<br />

cobalt blue ground, 49cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

98<br />

Lot 97<br />

A Meissen outside decorated<br />

dish, 19th century, painted with<br />

a courting couple in a music<br />

salon, within a chocolate brown<br />

and gilt border, underglaze blue<br />

crossed swords mark with two<br />

incised lines, 40cm diameter<br />

Lot 98<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A pair of Potschappel porcelain<br />

vases and cover, late 19th<br />

century, each flower and fruit<br />

encrusted and painted with<br />

classical figure scenes, the<br />

reverse with floral bouquets, the<br />

shoulder modelled with a pair of<br />

busts of women, underglaze blue<br />

T over X mark, 41cm high, slight<br />

damage<br />

£600 - 800


101<br />

99<br />

100<br />

102<br />

105<br />

104<br />

103<br />

Lot 99<br />

A pair of Sevres style Paris<br />

porcelain and ormolu mounted<br />

oil lamps, late 19th century,<br />

each painted with figures in a<br />

boat, the reverse with a floral<br />

bouquet, within gilt decorated<br />

cobalt blue borders, 43cm high<br />

Lot 100<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Limoges enamel plaque<br />

of Napoleon, standing in his<br />

study, signed by M. Betowine<br />

after David, 33.5 x 25cm, with<br />

additional gilt frame<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 101<br />

A 19th century French bisque<br />

plaque of Napoleon, within floral<br />

ormolu frame, diameter 14cm<br />

Lot 102<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Meissen group of the good<br />

mother, 19th century, after a<br />

model by Michel Victor Acier,<br />

blue crossed swords mark,<br />

incised E69. and 50, 22cm high<br />

Lot 103<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A Meissen group of the three<br />

winemakers, 19th century, after<br />

a model by Michel Victor Acier,<br />

blue crossed swords mark, model<br />

number C 65, 21cm high<br />

£250 - 300<br />

Lot 104<br />

A Meissen group of four<br />

dancing children, early 20th<br />

century, incised model number<br />

2728, 15cm high<br />

Lot 105<br />

£200 - 250<br />

A Meissen group of a Chinese<br />

woman and two children, 20th<br />

century, blue crossed swords<br />

mark and impressed model<br />

number 65649 14.5cm high<br />

Lot 106<br />

£150 - 200<br />

A Meissen group of the tailor’s<br />

wife riding a goat, 19th century,<br />

blue crossed swords mark and<br />

model number 155, 18cm high<br />

£150 - 200


109<br />

111<br />

108<br />

Lot 107<br />

A Meissen group of two<br />

children eating from a bowl,<br />

Marcolini period and a Meissen<br />

figure of a flower girl, early 20th<br />

century each with blue crossed<br />

swords Mark, the former with<br />

puce decorator’s mark ‘11’ the<br />

latter with incised model number<br />

14 12 and 12.5cm high (2)<br />

Lot 108<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Meissen Group of a young<br />

couple, Cupid and a hare, 19th<br />

century, blue crossed swords<br />

mark and incised model number<br />

2941, 17cm high<br />

£200 - 300<br />

110<br />

Lot 109<br />

A Vienna style porcelain two<br />

handled cup, cover and stand,<br />

late 19th century, finely painted<br />

with classical figure scenes after<br />

Angelica Kaufmann, underglaze<br />

blue shield marks, 42cm high<br />

Lot 110<br />

Napoleonic Wars interest.<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A large Berlin porcelain twin<br />

handled urn, c.1816, presented<br />

to Sir Henry Hardinge (1785-<br />

1856) by the Prussian Prince-<br />

General Blücher (1742-1819),<br />

finely painted with a portrait of<br />

Prince Blücher in military uniform<br />

the reverse with gilt inscription<br />

‘Dem Obersten Hardinge Zun<br />

Andenken von Seinem Freunde’<br />

(For the most highly respected<br />

Hardinge, in remembrance from<br />

his friends), 49cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

107<br />

Lot 111<br />

A large Sevres style porcelain<br />

ormolu mounted vase and<br />

cover, late 19th century, painted<br />

with fete gallant scenes, within<br />

jewelled gilt decorated reserves<br />

on a bleu celeste ground, 61.5cm<br />

high, stained<br />

Lot 112<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

An impressive Meissen white<br />

glazed porcelain life size<br />

model of a heron, 20th century,<br />

after J. J. Kändler, the bird<br />

preening its feathers, standing<br />

over a tree stump and reeds,<br />

the base modelled with a frog<br />

and a snail, blue crossed swords<br />

mark, impressed 76008 and with<br />

crossed swords above weiß.<br />

Literature- Cassidy-Geiger, 2008,<br />

no. 39, p. 246, illus. 76.5cm high<br />

£6,000 - 8,000


113<br />

114<br />

115<br />

112<br />

Lot 113<br />

Robert Ullmann (1903-1966)<br />

for Meissen, a white glazed<br />

porcelain figure of a seated<br />

female nude, blue crossed<br />

swords Mark, impressed Q238<br />

and with a cross swords above<br />

weiß, 31.5cm high<br />

Lot 114<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Robert Ullmann (1903-1966) for<br />

Meissen, a large white glazed<br />

porcelain three-quarter length<br />

figure of a nude woman, blue<br />

crossed swords mark, impressed<br />

Q294 with a crossed swords<br />

above weiß, 50.5cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 115<br />

117<br />

Robert Ullmann (1903-1966) for<br />

Meissen, a large white glazed<br />

porcelain three-quarter length<br />

figure of a nude woman, blue<br />

crossed swords mark, impressed<br />

73350 and with crossed swords<br />

above weiß, 50.5cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 116<br />

A Staffordshire ‘lion and lamb’<br />

group, mid 19th century,<br />

supposedly inspired by American<br />

lion-tamer Isaac Van Amburgh,<br />

who last visited Britain in 1848.<br />

height 26cm.<br />

Lot 117<br />

116<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A pair of Minton classical<br />

revival majolica jardinieres, late<br />

19th century, each gadrooned<br />

and modelled with flower festoons<br />

suspended from a rams mask<br />

handle, impressed marks, 37cm<br />

high, restored<br />

£1,200 - 1,600


122<br />

120<br />

118<br />

119<br />

123<br />

121<br />

Lot 118<br />

A rare pearlware dish shaped<br />

Pope Joan gaming rack, early<br />

19th century, each section<br />

inscribed including a spelling<br />

correction for INTRIGUE, 26.5cm<br />

diameter, small chips<br />

Lot 119<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A documentary English<br />

delftware blue and white<br />

model of a shoe, dated 1732,<br />

painted with bands of flowers<br />

and scrolls, the underside of the<br />

arch of the shoe inscribed ‘AM (?)<br />

May ye 12 * 1732’. Cf. a similar<br />

delftware model of a shoe in the<br />

Victorian Albert Museum, London,<br />

accession no. C.304-1926. 16cm<br />

long, damage<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 120<br />

A Royal Worcester fruit painted<br />

vase and cover, by John<br />

Freeman, c.1962, gilt printed<br />

mark including ‘Shropshire<br />

Horticultural Society 1962’, shape<br />

no. H/109, 19cm high<br />

Lot 121<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Royal Worcester fruit painted<br />

tea cup and saucer, date code<br />

for 1925/6, the interior of the cup<br />

painted by Moseley with peaches<br />

and blackberries, gilded exterior,<br />

the saucer painted with peaches<br />

and strawberries by Price,<br />

12.6cm, puce printed marks,<br />

£150 - 200<br />

Lot 122<br />

Two Royal Worcester Stinton<br />

painted ‘cattle at dusk’ plates,<br />

c.1912, the first painted by Henry<br />

Stinton with a matte gilt vine<br />

leaf border, the second by John<br />

Stinton with a cobalt blue and gilt<br />

tooled border, both with printed<br />

puce marks, 23cm diameter<br />

Lot 123<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Royal Worcester fruit painted<br />

coffee set, c.1924/25, painted by<br />

H N Price, W H and R. Austin, H.<br />

Everett and W. Hale, puce and<br />

blue marks, coffee pot 17.5cm<br />

high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


126<br />

128<br />

127<br />

Lot 124<br />

A set of six Paragon bird<br />

painted cabinet cups and<br />

saucers, 1950s, each cup and<br />

saucer finely painted with a<br />

matching bird in a landscape<br />

setting, including a kingfisher,<br />

robin, thrush etc., printed marks,<br />

saucers 11cm diameter<br />

Lot 125<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A small Royal Worcester<br />

fruit painted coffee pot, by E.<br />

Townsend, date code for 1932,<br />

painted with peaches and grapes,<br />

green printed mark, 12.5cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 126<br />

A Silesian wheel engraved<br />

glass goblet, c.1760, possibly<br />

made in Szklarska Poreba,<br />

finely engraved with the motto<br />

‘Redlich Wehrt Ewig’, the reverse<br />

with a stag hunt vignette within<br />

elaborate strapwork cartouches,<br />

16.7cm high<br />

Lot 127<br />

124<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Stevens and Williams cameo<br />

glass vase, late 19th century,<br />

decorated in white overlay with<br />

bell shaped flowers and a butterfly<br />

on a translucent pale blue ground,<br />

unmarked, 22cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 128<br />

125<br />

A Bohemian enamelled glass<br />

‘Kingfisher’ goblet, late 19th<br />

century, enamelled to an oval<br />

white glass reserve with a<br />

Kingfisher grasping a fish in its<br />

beak within a ruby paste set<br />

surround, with white and colour<br />

tinted floral enamelled borders,<br />

the panelled base matching,<br />

19.5cm high<br />

£200 - 300


Asian Works of<br />

Art<br />

Lots 129-273<br />

157<br />

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134<br />

132<br />

129<br />

133<br />

Lot 129<br />

A large Japanese Satsuma<br />

pottery vase, Meiji period,<br />

painted with ladies and children<br />

amid pavilions, the reverse<br />

with figures in boats, within<br />

gilt decorated brocade pattern<br />

borders on a cobalt blue ground,<br />

four character seal mark to base,<br />

37.5cm high<br />

Lot 130<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A set of four Japanese<br />

porcelain small cups, by<br />

Kinkozan, Meiji period, finely<br />

painted in Satsuma style<br />

with butterflies amid flowers<br />

and foliage, impressed mark<br />

‘Kinkozan zo’, 6.2cm high<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 131<br />

A pair of Japanese Satsuma<br />

pottery vases, by Bizan, Meiji<br />

period, of pear shape applied<br />

with a pair of boars-head<br />

looped handles, painted with<br />

antique objects, and furniture,<br />

two character signature ‘Bizan’,<br />

18.2cm high<br />

Lot 132<br />

130<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Japanese Satsuma pottery<br />

miniature globular vase, by<br />

Yabu Meizan, Meiji period, finely<br />

painted with Japanese maple<br />

branches, gilt four character seal<br />

mark to base, 4.1cm high<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 133<br />

A group of Japanese Satsuma<br />

pottery tea wares, by Kinkozan,<br />

Meiji period, comprising a<br />

matching teapot, 12.5cm high,<br />

a covered sugar pot and a milk<br />

jug, each finely painted with<br />

birds amid foliage within a faux<br />

bamboo, gilt kanji four character<br />

and impressed seal script marks,<br />

and four matching cups and<br />

saucers painted with figures, the<br />

interior of the cups with vessels<br />

and flowers, gilt three character<br />

marks, saucers 15.2cm<br />

Lot 134<br />

131<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An unusual Japanese double<br />

noh mask wood container, early<br />

20th century, one side carved<br />

with Shoki the demon vanquisher<br />

mask, the other side with an oni<br />

(demon) mask with stag antler<br />

inset horns and fangs, 6.6 cm<br />

high, tiny losses<br />

£200 - 300


137<br />

135<br />

139<br />

136<br />

138<br />

140<br />

Lot 135<br />

A Japanese mixed metal<br />

vase, by Miyabe Atsuyoshi,<br />

Meiji period, of Meiping form,<br />

decorated in high relief with<br />

wading egrets amid flowers<br />

and foliage, signed signed ‘Dai<br />

Nixon Kyoto ju Ikko-do Miyabe<br />

Atsuyoshi’ with ‘kao’, 15.3cm high<br />

Lot 136<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A pair of fine Japanese<br />

cloisonné enamel vases, by<br />

Inaba Nanaho Studio, Kyoto,<br />

Meiji Period, each worked in fine<br />

silver wire with trailing wisteria on<br />

a midnight blue ground, with silver<br />

rims and applied silver tablet<br />

engraved ‘ Kinunken zo’, 15.3cm<br />

high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 137<br />

A group of Japanese<br />

damascened iron vanity items,<br />

by Fujii Yoshitoyo Damascene<br />

Co., Meiji period, decorated<br />

with various designs including<br />

dragons, birds, a temple scene,<br />

flowers and foliage,<br />

Lot 138<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A rare Japanese bronze<br />

okimono of a tiger attacking<br />

a hippopotamus, Meiji period,<br />

each figure with glass inset eyes,<br />

unsigned, on a root wood stand,<br />

bronze 41cm long, stand 49cm<br />

long<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 139<br />

A Japanese silver, enamel and<br />

mixed metal vase, Meiji period,<br />

decorated with a peony branch<br />

in mixed metals and enamel,<br />

stamped mark to base, 12.5cm<br />

high, dents<br />

Lot 140<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Japanese bronze and<br />

mixed metal vase, by Miyabe<br />

Atsuyoshi, Meiji period, of<br />

elongated ovoid form, decorated<br />

in high relief with egrets in flight<br />

above lotus and bamboo, signed<br />

‘Dai Nixon Kyoto ju Ikko-do<br />

Miyabe Atsuyoshi’ with ‘kao’,<br />

25.7cm high<br />

£200 - 300


145<br />

141<br />

146<br />

144<br />

Lot 141<br />

A Chinese export famille rose<br />

fencai ‘Imperial Hunt’ punch<br />

bowl, Qianlong period, finely<br />

painted with a continuous rustic<br />

landscape with Manchu noblemen<br />

performing archery, falconry,<br />

firing a musket and riding horses,<br />

possibly depicting the Imperial<br />

<strong>Summer</strong> Villa at the Chengde<br />

Mountain Resort, 26.4cm<br />

Lot 142<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A pair of Chinese export<br />

European subject saucer<br />

dishes, Qianlong period, each<br />

painted with European traders<br />

on a wharf, within a scrolling<br />

leaf cartouche and flower spray<br />

border, 16cm diameter<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 143<br />

Hobson, Robert Lockhart<br />

- Catalogue of the Leonard<br />

Gow Collection of Chinese<br />

Porcelain, one of 300 signed<br />

by Leonard Gow, 4to, original<br />

red cloth, with 85 plates, mostly<br />

in colour, George W. Jones,<br />

London, 1931<br />

Lot 144<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Chinese blue and white<br />

‘Hundred Antiques’ ovoid jar,<br />

Kangxi period, painted with<br />

antiques and auspicious objects<br />

two petal lobed reserves, on a<br />

prunus and cracked ice ground,<br />

double circle to base, 19cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 145<br />

A Chinese famille verte small<br />

ewer and cover, Kangxi<br />

period, of pear shape, each<br />

side decorated with a cellular<br />

ground around a moulded flower,<br />

hexagonal cover and foot, 15cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 146<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese blue and white<br />

‘foreign ambassadors’ bowl,<br />

Kangxi/Yongzheng period,<br />

painted to the interior with a<br />

four claw dragon, with chain link<br />

and ‘wan’ border, the exterior<br />

with a procession of foreign<br />

ambassadors holding precious<br />

objects before a city wall, shell<br />

seal mark, 21.5cm diameter<br />

£500 - 800


Lot 147<br />

A Chinese export famille<br />

rose small tureen and cover,<br />

Qianlong period, the cover<br />

painted with vessels and foliage,<br />

the sides with flowers and foliage,<br />

22.5cm wide<br />

Lot 148<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A garniture of three Chinese<br />

blue and white vases, Kangxi<br />

period, each painted with<br />

landscape vignettes within trellis<br />

shaped reserves, comprising a<br />

pair of small baluster vases and<br />

a sleeve vase, 13cm and 15cm<br />

high, one rim restored<br />

Lot 149<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese blue and white<br />

baluster vase, Kangxi period,<br />

painted with flowers, scrolling<br />

tendrils and leaves, with petal<br />

shaped reserves to the shoulder<br />

and around the foot, artemisia leaf<br />

mark to base, 23.5cm high<br />

Lot 150<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Chinese blue white stem<br />

cup, Kangxi period, the bowl<br />

decorated with prunus blossom<br />

on cracked ice, the stem with leaf<br />

lappets, 11cm high<br />

Lot 151<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Chinese green glazed ovoid<br />

jar, 18th/19th century on a ring<br />

shaped unglazed foot, 21.5cm<br />

high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 152<br />

A Chinese Transitional<br />

inscribed blue and white bowl,<br />

mid 17th century, the exterior<br />

painted with boatmen in a<br />

riverscape, four character mark<br />

to the interior, 12cm diameter,<br />

cracked<br />

Lot 153<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Chinese blue and white<br />

‘crane and pine’ dish,<br />

Transitional period, 15.7cm<br />

diameter<br />

Lot 154<br />

£200 - 300<br />

An unusual Chinese famille<br />

verte double bottle holder,<br />

Kangxi period, painted to the<br />

twin octagonal compartments<br />

with flower, bird and rockwork<br />

medallions, C-shaped handle,<br />

18.5cm wide<br />

Lot 155<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A Chinese gilt-decorated<br />

powder blue rouleau vase,<br />

Kangxi period, with French<br />

ormolu mounts, each side gilded<br />

with chrysanthemums, one side<br />

with a bird, and inscribed, 55cm<br />

high including ormolu mounts<br />

Lot 156<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Chinese celadon glazed small<br />

peony dish, Qing dynasty,<br />

moulded in relief with a peony<br />

flower and scrolling leaves,<br />

the foot with a brown wash in<br />

imitation of Longquan celadon<br />

wares, 14.8cm diameter<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 157<br />

A Chinese Transitional wucai<br />

‘boys’ vase and cover, c.1640,<br />

painted with ladies watching<br />

over boys playing in a rockwork<br />

garden, 41cm high,<br />

Lot 158<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A large Chinese blue and white<br />

jar and cover, Kangxi period,<br />

painted with alternating landscape<br />

panels and birds amid flowers and<br />

rockwork, within chrysanthemum<br />

panelled borders, 58cm high,<br />

some restored cracks<br />

Lot 159<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A near pair of Chinese famille<br />

verte garlic-neck vases, Kangxi<br />

period, each painted with flowers<br />

within teardrop shaped reserves,<br />

within floral bands and leaflet pets<br />

to the neck, old collectors label to<br />

one base, 20cm and 20.5cm high,<br />

one vase restored<br />

Lot 160<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese blue and white<br />

‘ladies’ bowl, Kangxi period, the<br />

interior painted with a seated lady<br />

and the eight Buddhist emblems,<br />

the exterior with ladies and a<br />

man in a rockwork garden, four<br />

character mark to base, 15.5cm<br />

diameter, wood stand<br />

Lot 161<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese blue and white<br />

‘ladies’ bowl, Kangxi period,<br />

the interior painted with a lady<br />

seated on rockwork and the eight<br />

Buddhist emblems, the exterior<br />

with ladies in a rockwork garden,<br />

one with a man, Chenghua six<br />

character mark to base, 15.5cm<br />

diameter, wood stand<br />

£300 - 500


147<br />

150<br />

154<br />

148<br />

149<br />

157<br />

151<br />

152<br />

159<br />

156<br />

158<br />

160<br />

155<br />

153


Lot 162<br />

A fine Chinese blue and white<br />

‘Xi Xiang Ji’ bowl, Kangxi six<br />

character mark and of the<br />

period (1662-1722), the exterior<br />

painted with four scenes from<br />

the Xi Xiang Ji (Romance of the<br />

Western Chamber), below a<br />

diaper border, the interior with<br />

boys by a garden wall, the border<br />

with a band of a ‘thousand wan’.<br />

cf. a similar bowl illustrated in<br />

Compendium of Collections in the<br />

Palace Museum, Ceramics, Vol<br />

22, Beijing, no. 127, pp. 180-181.<br />

19.9cm diameter, wood stand<br />

Lot 163<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A pair of Chinese gilt-decorated<br />

blue ground baluster vases<br />

and covers, 19th century, each<br />

decorated with pavilions in a river<br />

landscape, unglazed base, 44cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 164<br />

£200 - 400<br />

A garniture of four Chinese<br />

famille verte vases, 19th<br />

century, each painted with<br />

pheasants amid rockwork and<br />

flowers, comprising a pair of<br />

double gourd-shaped vases and<br />

a pair of ovoid vases, 31cm and<br />

17.5 cm high, one small vase<br />

cracked to neck<br />

Lot 165<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A pair of large Chinese famille<br />

noire yen-yen vases, six<br />

character Kangxi marks but<br />

19th century, each painted with<br />

birds amid prunus trees and<br />

rockwork, on a black ground,<br />

44cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 166<br />

A Chinese coral ground<br />

incense stick holder, Jiaqing<br />

period painted with Liu Hai and<br />

his three legged toad, the other<br />

side with gilt floral sprays, 17.5cm<br />

Lot 167<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Chinese doucai<br />

‘chrysanthemum medallion’<br />

cup, Yongzheng mark, probably<br />

late 19th/early 20th century,<br />

7.2cm diameter, wood stand<br />

Lot 168<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese sang-de-boeuf<br />

glazed meiping, Langyao,<br />

probably late Qing dynasty,<br />

covered in an ox blood glaze,<br />

14.5cm high<br />

Lot 169<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese enamelled porcelain<br />

model of a rooster, Jiaqing<br />

period, 29cm high, restoration<br />

Lot 170<br />

£150 - 200<br />

A Chinese archaistic blue and<br />

white vase, hu, Qianlong seal<br />

script mark but 19th century,<br />

finely painted to two registers with<br />

lotus flowers, scrolling tendrils<br />

and leaves below lappets to the<br />

shoulder and waves to the lower<br />

register, applied with a pair of<br />

elephant head ring handles, seal<br />

script mark to base ‘Da Qing<br />

Qianlong Nianzhi’ 25cm high<br />

Lot 171<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A pair of Chinese green glazed<br />

models of hounds, 19th<br />

century, each with open mouth<br />

and protruding tongue, 13.5 cm<br />

long, wood stands<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 172<br />

A Chinese blue and white<br />

‘dragon’ brushwasher, Qianlong<br />

seal mark but late 19th century,<br />

finely painted with a confronting<br />

dragon breathing fire from its<br />

mouth, within a ruyi head border.<br />

Provenance: purchased from P.<br />

C. Lu and Sons Ltd, Hong Kong,<br />

October 29, 1986, with original<br />

receipt. 13cm diameter, wood<br />

stand and case<br />

Lot 173<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A large Chinese blue and white<br />

‘prunus’ vase, 19th century,<br />

55cm high, drilled hole to base<br />

Lot 174<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A large Chinese blue and<br />

white celadon ground vase,<br />

19th century, painted with the<br />

three star gods, boys, a deer<br />

and a crane in a landscape in<br />

underglaze blue on white slip and<br />

a celadon ground, 60.5cm high,<br />

rim chip<br />

Lot 175<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese underglaze blue<br />

and copper red vase, Xuande<br />

mark, 19th century, the brown<br />

glazed neck applied with a pair of<br />

elephant head handles above a<br />

ruyi head raised collar, the body<br />

painted to shaped reserves with<br />

landscapes and rabbits on a wan<br />

keywork ground between blue,<br />

floral, celadon and brown bands,<br />

seal script mark ‘Da Ming Xuande<br />

Nianzhi’, 38.5cm.<br />

£400 - 600


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171<br />

163<br />

172<br />

174<br />

175<br />

167<br />

165<br />

169<br />

168<br />

164<br />

173<br />

166<br />

170


Lot 176<br />

A large Chinese blue and white<br />

bottle vase, 19th century,<br />

painted with leaf and flower<br />

sprays and flower and scrolling<br />

tendril pendants, the neck with<br />

leaf lappets and banded borders,<br />

double circle mark to base, 46cm<br />

high, wood stand, drilled hole to<br />

vase<br />

Lot 177<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Chinese turquoise glazed<br />

sgraffito bottle vase, 19th<br />

century, incised with two liondogs<br />

playing with brocaded balls,<br />

21cm high<br />

Lot 178<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Chinese enamelled porcelain<br />

‘butterfly and melon’ cup,<br />

Republic period and a Chinese<br />

blue and white ‘lotus’ cup, late<br />

19th century, the butterfly and<br />

melon cup bearing a Hongxian<br />

mark, 7cm, the blue and white<br />

cup with a Kangxi mark (2)<br />

Lot 179<br />

£150 - 200<br />

A pair of large Chinese blue<br />

and white brushpots, late 19th<br />

century one painted with rows<br />

of ‘Shou’ characters, the second<br />

with brocaded medallions, 25cm<br />

diameter, one cracked<br />

Lot 180<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese blue and white<br />

‘Antiques’ vase, early 20th<br />

century, painted with vessels and<br />

furniture on a blue ground, double<br />

circle mark to base, 38cm high<br />

£150 - 250<br />

Lot 181<br />

A Chinese famille rose part<br />

dessert service, Daoguang<br />

period (1821-50), each piece<br />

richly enamelled with a vase<br />

of prunus blossom, a ribbon<br />

tied box, a toad with cash and<br />

antiques, comprising five shaped<br />

dessert dishes, largest 27cm and<br />

seven dessert plates, 21.2cm,<br />

some chips<br />

Lot 182<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese enamelled porcelain<br />

‘landscape’ bottle vase,<br />

Republic period, finely painted<br />

with figures mid pavilions on a<br />

path between rocks and on a boat<br />

in a river landscape, six character<br />

Yongzheng mark, 44cm high<br />

Lot 183<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A Chinese famille verte<br />

‘warriors’ bowl, 19th century,<br />

the exterior painted with a battle<br />

scene with warriors on horse back<br />

in a landscape comedy interior<br />

with seated figure of a woman,<br />

29.7cm diameter<br />

Lot 184<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A pair of Chinese famille<br />

rose barrel garden seats, late<br />

19th century each painted to<br />

rectangular reserves with court<br />

figure scenes within borders of<br />

ribbon tied objects emblematic<br />

of the eight Immortals, fruit and<br />

foliage, and pierced with cash<br />

motifs, 48cm high<br />

Lot 185<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

A pair of Chinese green and<br />

aubergine glazed models of<br />

parrots, 19th century, each<br />

figure standing on a rockwork<br />

base, 27.5cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 186<br />

A pair of Chinese famille rose<br />

vases, 19th century, typically<br />

painted with figures amid<br />

pavilions and trees, birds and<br />

butterflies amid flowers within<br />

foliate and floral borders, the neck<br />

applied with a pair of lion mask<br />

ring handles, 36.5cm high<br />

Lot 187<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese famille rose<br />

‘warriors’ bottle vase, early<br />

20th century, painted with a<br />

procession of soldiers, some on<br />

horseback, apocryphal Qianlong<br />

seal mark to base, 45cm high<br />

Lot 188<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A large Chinese famille rose<br />

‘chicken’ flower pot, early 20th<br />

century, painted with a cockerel<br />

and a hen amid flowers and<br />

foliage, 40cm diameter, 36cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 189<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A rare large Chinese Ming<br />

Longquan celadon dish, 14th<br />

century, the centre carved with<br />

lotus flowers, the rare border with<br />

two fish amid scrolling waves,<br />

burnt orange disc to base, 44cm<br />

diameter, broken and restored<br />

Lot 190<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese Ding ware bowl,<br />

Song dynasty, the interior<br />

moulded with chrysanthemum<br />

petals 16.5cm diameter<br />

£200 - 300


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186<br />

176<br />

179<br />

183<br />

181<br />

190<br />

180<br />

182<br />

184<br />

177<br />

185<br />

187<br />

188<br />

189


Lot 191<br />

A Chinese Qingbai stem bowl,<br />

Song-Yuan dynasty, the petal<br />

lobed bowl above a tapering<br />

misshapen cylindrical stem, 7cm<br />

high, 10.7cm wide<br />

Lot 192<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese Qingbai ‘Phoenix’<br />

moulded dish, Yuan dynasty,<br />

the central medallion moulded<br />

with twin Phoenix, the border with<br />

vases issuing flowers within a<br />

key work border, unglazed edge,<br />

18.2cm diameter<br />

Lot 193<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Two Chinese Qingbai bowls,<br />

Song dynasty, the first with petal<br />

lobed rim, incised with flowers<br />

to the interior, the second with<br />

foliage to the exterior, unglazed<br />

rims, 19. 5cm and 17cm diameter<br />

Lot 194<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Chinese painted pottery<br />

figure of a courtier, Tang<br />

dynasty, holding a mirror or fan,<br />

41.5cm high<br />

Lot 195<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese painted terracotta<br />

figure of a warrior, Northern<br />

Wei dynasty, 24cm high<br />

Lot 196<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese black pottery<br />

cocoon-shaped jar, Western<br />

Han dynasty, (206 B.C.–A.D. 9),<br />

25cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 197<br />

A Chinese straw glazed ovoid<br />

jar, Tang dynasty, 19.5cm high<br />

Lot 198<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Chinese celadon glazed<br />

sgraffito dish, Zhangzhou<br />

kilns, late 16th/early 17th<br />

century, incised with a bird amid<br />

foliage, the border with peonies.<br />

Provenance- ex Lammers<br />

collection sold by Gorringes,<br />

September 2014. 37cm diameter<br />

Lot 199<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A Chinese Ming enamelled<br />

porcelain dish, Zhangzhou ware<br />

(Swatow), late 16th/early 17th<br />

century, painted in polychrome<br />

enamels with a central pagoda in<br />

a river landscape within a border<br />

of birds, foliage and flowers, kiln<br />

grit to the unglazed foot, 42.5cm<br />

diameter, minor faults<br />

Lot 200<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A large Chinese Neolithic<br />

pottery jar, late third Millennium<br />

BC, possibly Majiayao culture,<br />

painted in black and red pigments<br />

with crossed crosshatched panels<br />

and applied with a pair of ring<br />

shaped handles to the lower half<br />

of the body, 31cm high<br />

Lot 201<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese painted grey pottery<br />

model of a recumbent sheep,<br />

Han dynasty, 10.2cm long, one<br />

ear re-glued<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 202<br />

A good Chinese coral ‘fruit and<br />

bats’ pendant, 19th century,<br />

carved in high relief and open<br />

work with two bats amid peaches,<br />

finger citron, and pomegranate<br />

with leaves, tendrils and lingzhi<br />

fungus, 3.7cm, later suspension<br />

stand<br />

Lot 203<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A rare Chinese coral ‘dragon’<br />

belt hook 18th/19th century,<br />

carved in high relief and open<br />

work with a chilong to the top,<br />

9.2cm long, small loss to dragon<br />

horn, wood stand<br />

Lot 204<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese granite fragment<br />

of a Buddhist offering figure,<br />

probably Northern Wei dynasty,<br />

22.5cm, later stand<br />

Lot 205<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Chinese compressed ink<br />

block in the form of a flower<br />

pot, Ming mark, Qing dynasty,<br />

moulded in relief with scholars<br />

amid pavilions, 25cm wide<br />

Lot 206<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Chinese hongmu and<br />

mother-of-pearl make up or<br />

jewellery box, late 19th century,<br />

decorated with butterflies amid<br />

trailing flowers and foliage, brass<br />

mounts, enclosing a mirror and<br />

a pair of fold out compartments,<br />

36cm x 27cm<br />

Lot 207<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A set of four Chinese<br />

huanghuali games boxes and<br />

covers, 19th century, 8.4cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


203<br />

200<br />

191<br />

193<br />

192<br />

198<br />

195<br />

196<br />

194<br />

197<br />

201<br />

199<br />

205<br />

202<br />

206<br />

204


Lot 208<br />

A Chinese bamboo group of<br />

boy riding a buffalo, 18th/19th<br />

century, of caramel brown patina,<br />

12.5cm high<br />

Lot 209<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese bamboo group<br />

of Shou Lao riding a deer,<br />

18th/19th century, caramel<br />

brown patina, the deer biting<br />

lingzhi in its mouth, 21cm high<br />

Lot 210<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese bamboo figure of a<br />

seated fisherman, 19th century,<br />

holding a rod in his right hand<br />

and a fish in his left, with waves<br />

lapping by his feet 16.5cm high<br />

Lot 211<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A fine Chinese rhinoceros horn<br />

‘Ode to the Red Cliff’ libation<br />

cup, 17th/18th century, carved in<br />

high relief and open work with the<br />

figure of two men on a boat below<br />

an overhanging cliff with shrubs<br />

and a pine tree and clouds above<br />

them, the cup of toffee colour<br />

ranging to a deep caramel colour,<br />

15.2cm long, 9.8cm high<br />

Lot 212<br />

£5,000 - 8,000<br />

A Chinese hardwood tray,<br />

possibly zitan, 19th century<br />

35cm x 24 cm<br />

Lot 213<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A Chinese inscribed bamboo<br />

arm or wrist rest, Kangxi<br />

period, carved in relief with<br />

a horse, pine and rock to a<br />

roundel and incised with a three<br />

column calligraphic inscription,<br />

warm caramel brown patina.<br />

Provenance - Dr J W H Grice<br />

(1891-1976) collection, label<br />

no.37. This arm or wrist rest is<br />

illustrated in Dr Grice’s article<br />

‘Chinese Bamboo Carving’ in<br />

Country Life magazine in 1954.<br />

23.8cm high<br />

Lot 214<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Chinese gilt-decorated<br />

lacquer games box, mid 19th<br />

century, typically decorated with<br />

figures amid pavilions and trees,<br />

the interior fitted with similarly<br />

decorated boxes and gaming<br />

trays containing a large collection<br />

of Cantonese carved and<br />

engraved mother-of-pearl gaming<br />

counters, 37.5cm wide<br />

Lot 215<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese green and russet<br />

jade ‘lotus leaf’ brushwasher,<br />

17th/18th century, carved as<br />

a curled lotus leaf with incised<br />

decoration, the celadon green<br />

stone with russet inclusions,<br />

13.5cm across, wood stand<br />

Lot 216<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A Chinese pale celadon and<br />

russet jade archer’s ring, early<br />

20th century 3.4cm diameter<br />

Lot 217<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese celadon jade figure<br />

of a boy holding a lotus sprig,<br />

19th century, 5.2cm high<br />

Lot 218<br />

£250 - 350<br />

Two Chinese grey and black<br />

seal script inscribed jade<br />

beads, possibly Han dynasty,<br />

each face inscribed with four seal<br />

script characters, largest bead 2.5<br />

cm<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 219<br />

Two Chinese archaic jade<br />

figures of a man, probably<br />

Western Zhou to Han dynasty,<br />

the smaller highly stylised<br />

human figure in green and<br />

brown mottled jade, cf. Charles<br />

Stanley Nott, Chinese Jade,<br />

1936, plate XI for a similar figure<br />

in the Eumorfopoulos collection,<br />

British museum, described as<br />

Western Zhou, 6.3cm high and<br />

the second figure carved as an<br />

official, his robes with low relief<br />

with C scrolls, in green black and<br />

russet jade, cf. Jade figures with<br />

similar features, Chinese Jade<br />

throughout the ages, exhibition<br />

catalogue 1 May – 22 June 1975<br />

Victoria and Albert Museum with<br />

similar features, figures 140-142.<br />

Lot 220<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese archaistic yellow and<br />

russet jade openwork plaque,<br />

possibly Song-Yuan dynasty, in<br />

the form of a dragon and young,<br />

carved in relief with scrolls, 6.8cm<br />

Lot 221<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese pale celadon<br />

jade carving of a duck, Jin-<br />

Yuan dynasty its head turned<br />

backward and grasping a peach<br />

sprig in its beak, 4.8cm long<br />

Lot 222<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Two Chinese jade carvings,<br />

Ming dynasty or later the first a<br />

green and russet jade carving of<br />

peaches and curled leaves, 5 cm,<br />

the second a disc carved with two<br />

boys in brown and russet mottled<br />

celadon jade, 4.5cm<br />

£300 - 400


219<br />

217<br />

210<br />

208<br />

209<br />

212<br />

216<br />

211<br />

218<br />

215<br />

214<br />

221<br />

220<br />

222<br />

213


226<br />

Lot 223<br />

A Chinese white and black jade<br />

‘duck’ pebble carving, Song<br />

dynasty or later, the stone with<br />

russet mottling, 4.8cm long<br />

Lot 224<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese pale grey and<br />

russet jade figure of a hound,<br />

probably Song dynasty, the<br />

hound recumbent, pierced hole to<br />

its midriff, 4.9cm long<br />

Lot 225<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese white and black jade<br />

figure of a preening duck, Ming<br />

dynasty, carved in relief with a<br />

sprig of flowers, 5.8cm long<br />

Lot 226<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Two Chinese pale celadon<br />

jade openwork plaques, 19th<br />

century, each pierced with the<br />

character ‘shou’, 5.4 cm and<br />

6.4cm<br />

Lot 227<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade<br />

oval openwork plaque, 19th<br />

century, probably taken from a<br />

ruyi sceptre, carved and pierced<br />

with bats and butterflies amid<br />

bitter melons, the stone with<br />

russet and white inclusions,<br />

9.8cm x 8.2cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 228<br />

A Japanese cloisonné enamel<br />

desk set, 1920s, mounted with<br />

two Chinese Qing dynasty pale<br />

celadon jade plaques, retailed<br />

by Yamanaka & Co., each piece<br />

in yellow enamel with chain<br />

link border, the stationery rack<br />

mounted with a 17th/18th century<br />

jade ‘dragon’ plaque, 5.5cm, the<br />

cigarette dispenser box with an<br />

18th/19th century jade ‘He He<br />

Erxian’ plaque, with jade bead<br />

handle to the base drawer, also<br />

comprising an inkstand with a<br />

pair of hexagonal inkwells with<br />

chalcedony ‘cat’ finials, a calendar<br />

holder and a pair of ashtrays,<br />

together with an associated<br />

jade mounted matchbox holder.<br />

Inkstand 31cm wide<br />

Lot 229<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese white jade openwork<br />

plaque, 17th/18th century, later<br />

inset into a hongmu box the<br />

plaque carved with a chilong.<br />

Jade 6.2cm, box 11.5 cm<br />

Lot 230<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Chinese jadeite pendant and<br />

jadeite beads, 19th century, the<br />

pendant carved in relief with a<br />

frog amid lotus, Pendant 3.9cm,<br />

total drop 68cm<br />

Lot 231<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade<br />

two handled ‘chilong’ cup,<br />

17th/18th century, with a pair<br />

of carved dragon-head handles,<br />

and a central band of chilong,<br />

the stone with white inclusions,<br />

13.2cm wide<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 232<br />

A small Chinese turquoise<br />

matrix waterpot, 18th/19th<br />

century carved in high relief<br />

and open work with two chilong<br />

clambering amid lingzhi fungus,<br />

on three ball shaped feet, 5.3cm<br />

Lot 233<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A large Chinese green and<br />

russet jade ‘phoenix head’<br />

carving, possibly Han dynasty<br />

or earlier, the surface weathered<br />

and calcified and with vacant<br />

holes for bronze or gold (?)<br />

fittings, 23cm wide<br />

Lot 234<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese archaistic green<br />

jadeite vase and cover, late<br />

Qing dynasty, with a pair of<br />

elephant head ring handles,<br />

above bands of scrolls and taotie<br />

masks, 14.5cm high, Silver wire<br />

inlaid wood stand, cover finial<br />

missing<br />

Lot 235<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade<br />

cylindrical box and cover,<br />

18th/19th century, the stone of<br />

good even tone, 5.3cm diameter,<br />

zitan wood stand<br />

Lot 236<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade<br />

model of a crab, 20th century,<br />

8.4cm wide, wood stand<br />

Lot 237<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade<br />

figure of a bird grasping a fruit<br />

sprig, 18th/19th century, the<br />

stone with a few small russet<br />

inclusions, 5.1cm long<br />

£400 - 600


223<br />

229<br />

227<br />

224<br />

225<br />

230<br />

231<br />

234<br />

232<br />

236<br />

228<br />

233<br />

235<br />

237


238<br />

Lot 238<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade<br />

duck group, carved as a duck<br />

and chick on an egg eating millet,<br />

5.5cm long<br />

Lot 239<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Chinese pale celadon and<br />

brown jade ‘dragon’ belt hook,<br />

18th/19th century, 10.7cm long<br />

Lot 240<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Sino-Tibetan row of agate<br />

prayer beads, 19th century, total<br />

drop including tassel 36cm<br />

Lot 241<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A good Chinese celadon<br />

jade ‘peonies and rockwork’<br />

small table screen and stand,<br />

18th/19th century, carved in high<br />

relief to one side with peonies and<br />

rocks, the stone of excellent even<br />

colour with a few pale inclusions<br />

to the plain reverse, jade 14.7cm<br />

x 10.3cm, total size including<br />

carved wood stand 22cm x<br />

12.3cm<br />

Lot 242<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A Chinese archaistic burnt jade<br />

oval cup, chan, probably Song<br />

dynasty, carved in low relief with<br />

a chequered band above taotie<br />

masks and lappets, 7.1cm high,<br />

small chip repair<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 243<br />

A large Chinese pale celadon<br />

jade ‘magnolia’ cup, 17th/18th<br />

century, carved in high relief<br />

and openwork with branches in<br />

leaves around a central magnolia<br />

flower, the stone weight of good<br />

evening tone with occasional<br />

white inclusions and pale russet<br />

veining 17.5cm high excluding<br />

wood stand<br />

Lot 244<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

A Chinese pale celadon<br />

jade ‘Lotus’ pebble carving,<br />

18th/19th century, the stone<br />

of good even tone with some<br />

occasional paler inclusions, 6.2cm<br />

wide, wood stand<br />

Lot 245<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese white jade ‘tiger<br />

and dragon’ plaque, 18th/19th<br />

century, one side carved in low<br />

relief with a tiger, the other with an<br />

archaistic dragon, the stone with<br />

some occasional paler inclusions<br />

and a pale russet vein, 5.1cm<br />

wide, wood stand<br />

Lot 246<br />

248<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese archaistic jadeite<br />

two-handled vase and cover,<br />

first half 20th century, of<br />

flattened baluster shape, the neck<br />

with a pair of dragon head ring<br />

handles above low relief taotie<br />

masks and lappets, 16cm high,<br />

excluding wood stand<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 247<br />

A Chinese inscribed white jade<br />

plaque, 19th century, carved<br />

in low relief and pierced with a<br />

bat in flight above a rock rising<br />

from wind-tossed waves, the<br />

reverse with a four-character<br />

seal inscribed ‘shoushan fuhai’<br />

(mountain of longevity, ocean of<br />

fortune), all below clouds at the<br />

top, the stone with occasional<br />

tiny black speckles, 6.3cm high,<br />

excluding wood stand<br />

Lot 248<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade<br />

‘dragon’ belt hook, 18th/19th<br />

century, the stone of good even<br />

tone with some occasional paler<br />

inclusions, 14.3cm<br />

Lot 249<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade<br />

tripod censer cover, 20th<br />

century, 12cm wide, wood stand<br />

Lot 250<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese white, grey and<br />

russet jade figure of Zhou<br />

Yanzi, Ming dynasty, the<br />

crouching figure holding a milk<br />

pail and wearing a large deer skin<br />

over his head and back, 8.5cm<br />

high, filled hole to figure, wood<br />

stand<br />

£300 - 500


239<br />

245<br />

241<br />

243<br />

249<br />

244<br />

240<br />

250<br />

247<br />

246<br />

242


264<br />

Lot 251<br />

A Chinese archaistic green and<br />

russet jade miniature vase and<br />

cover, fanghu, 19th century,<br />

carved in relief with C-scrolls, the<br />

cover with green glass ball finial,<br />

6.7cm high, foot re-carved, wood<br />

stand<br />

Lot 252<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Chinese white jade snuff<br />

bottle, 19th/20th century, of<br />

flattened high shouldered form, on<br />

an oblong shaped foot, the stone<br />

with some pale inclusions, 6.2cm<br />

high including jadeite stopper<br />

Lot 253<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Tibetan gilt copper alloy<br />

figure of Amitayus, 16th/17th<br />

century, on a double lotus throne,<br />

formerly from Agatha Christie’s<br />

home, Greenway House, Devon<br />

14cm high<br />

Lot 254<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A large Chinese polished<br />

bronze tripod censer, 19th<br />

century, private four character<br />

seal mark, 29.5cm diameter, disc<br />

shaped rosewood stand<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 255<br />

A Chinese bronze ‘finger citron’<br />

censer and cover, late Ming<br />

dynasty, modelled with leaves,<br />

tendrils and buds, the cover with<br />

a small finger citron finial, 18cm<br />

high, 31cm long, lid fixed<br />

Lot 256<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese bronze ‘elephant’<br />

vessel, late Ming dynasty,<br />

modelled as a caparisoned<br />

elephant standing four square<br />

supporting a gu vase on its back,<br />

the vase cast in relief with bats,<br />

fruits, lotus flowers and scrolls,<br />

36cm high, Repairs<br />

Lot 257<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese enamel on copper<br />

green ground snuff bottle,<br />

19th/20th century, enamelled<br />

in red with a chilong 6.2cm high<br />

including stopper<br />

Lot 258<br />

£150 - 200<br />

A Sino-Tibetan bronze seated<br />

figure of Green Tara, 23.5cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 259<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Himalayan bronze figure<br />

of Buddha, 19th century, the<br />

seated figure holding an alms<br />

bowl, the shaped base cost in<br />

relief with vajra sceptres and<br />

conch shells, remnants of base<br />

panel taken from a larger Sanskrit<br />

panel, 21.5cm high<br />

Lot 260<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Tibetan gilt bronze seated<br />

figure of Vajrasattva, finely cast<br />

and gilded, 16.5cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 261<br />

A finely cast Chinese bronze<br />

lion-dog and cub scroll weight,<br />

17th/18th century, 14cm long,<br />

one foot and a cub lacking<br />

Lot 262<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese bronze ‘Buddhist<br />

lion’ scroll weight, 17th/18th<br />

century, cast as a recumbent<br />

caparisoned lion with a man<br />

climbing on its back, 6.5cm long<br />

Lot 263<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese archaistic bronze<br />

censer, gui, 17th/18th century,<br />

cast with a pair of mythical beast<br />

mask handles and a band of<br />

phoenixes and ‘leiwen’, 11.2cm<br />

wide<br />

Lot 264<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Chinese lacquered bronze<br />

seated figure of Guanyin,<br />

possibly Ming dynasty, height<br />

31cm<br />

Lot 265<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A pair of Chinese bronze vases,<br />

gu, 18th/19th century, each<br />

cast in relief with butterflies and<br />

lotus flowers, mythical beasts<br />

and auspicious objects, French<br />

retailer’s stamp to edge of foot,<br />

14.5 cm high<br />

Lot 266<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Tibetan bronze seated<br />

figure of White Tara, 17th/18th<br />

century, 11cm high<br />

£400 - 600


253<br />

252<br />

256<br />

258<br />

259<br />

260<br />

261<br />

255<br />

254<br />

251<br />

257<br />

262<br />

263<br />

266<br />

265


269<br />

273<br />

268<br />

267<br />

270<br />

Lot 267<br />

A Nepalese bronze figure<br />

of a Bodhisattva, possibly<br />

Vajrasattva, 18.5cm high<br />

Lot 268<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A set of 16 Chinese pith<br />

paintings of birds and flowers,<br />

mid 19th century, each finely<br />

painted with pairs of birds amid<br />

foliage and flowers, largest Image<br />

12cm x 18cm<br />

Lot 269<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A pair of Chinese silk paintings<br />

of ladies in gardens, 19th<br />

century, one depicting ladies<br />

weaving, the others playing weiqi<br />

(Go) or gardening. Image 77cm x<br />

41.5cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

272<br />

Lot 270<br />

A set of four Chinese paintings<br />

on silk of ladies in pavilion<br />

gardens, 19th century, each<br />

image 82cm x 18.5cm, damage<br />

Lot 271<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A pair of Chinese paintings on<br />

silk of ladies playing music and<br />

gardening, late 19th century,<br />

image 29 cm x 22cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

271<br />

Lot 272<br />

A Chinese painted and<br />

inscribed gilt paper fan leaf,<br />

19th century, painted with<br />

a lady standing in a bamboo<br />

grove, inscribed and with three<br />

seal marks, the reverse with a<br />

calligraphic poem, total width<br />

56cm, minor damage<br />

Lot 273<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese apricot ground<br />

embroidered silk table frontal,<br />

late Qing dynasty, finely<br />

worked with a central pavilion<br />

amid waves, with cranes and<br />

pheasants among trees and<br />

shrubs, the upper frieze with<br />

butterflies metal thread gourds<br />

and ‘shou’ medallions, 58cm x<br />

178cm, now trimmed and framed<br />

£800 - 1,200


CLOCKS &<br />

BAROMETERS<br />

274-292<br />

291<br />

57


274<br />

276<br />

277<br />

275<br />

Lot 274<br />

A late 19th century French<br />

hour repeating silvered and<br />

gilt brass carriage clock, with<br />

movement striking on a gong<br />

stamped JN either side of a<br />

trident, width 10cm, depth 9cm,<br />

height 17.5cm<br />

Lot 275<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Paul Garnier of Paris. A mid<br />

19th century French inlaid<br />

rosewood travelling carriage<br />

timepiece, with original outer<br />

case, the main case with brass<br />

loop handle and brass and<br />

mother of pearl marquetry inlay,<br />

blue enamelled Roman dial<br />

signed Paul Garnier Hrr Mcien<br />

de la Marine à Paris, eight day<br />

movement with circular backplate<br />

striking on a bell, signed and<br />

numbered 3340, height of case<br />

14.5cm, width 11cm depth 9.5cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

281<br />

Lot 276<br />

Thomas Cummins of London.<br />

A mid 19th century mahogany<br />

cased thirty six hour marine<br />

chronometer, with plain outer<br />

case, brass gimbals and silvered<br />

Roman dial with subsidiary<br />

seconds and up / down indicator,<br />

numbered 31 4 x 7, movement<br />

with spring detent escapement<br />

with compensation balance and<br />

helical spring signed to match,<br />

width 14.5cm, depth 14.5cm,<br />

height 15cm<br />

Lot 277<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Alfred Drocourt of Paris. A mid<br />

19th century French ormolu<br />

and champleve enamel hour<br />

repeating carriage clock,<br />

with ornate floral decorated<br />

case, Roman dial and eight day<br />

movement number 1484, signed<br />

Alfred Drocourt, 28 Defelleyne,<br />

Paris, c1850, width 9.5cm, depth<br />

8cm, height 15cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

279<br />

Lot 278<br />

Pierret a Paris. Ms Honorables<br />

Exp. Paris. Londres. A small<br />

19th French skeleton alarm<br />

timepiece, with enamelled<br />

Roman dial, inner brass alarum<br />

ring and foliate scroll engraved<br />

frame, makers stamp to the base<br />

and raised on an ebonised socle<br />

concealing the bell and housing<br />

a side pull string, overall height<br />

30cm, clock height 17cm<br />

Lot 279<br />

£300 - 400<br />

George Blackie, 392 Strand,<br />

London. A late Victorian figured<br />

walnut repeating chiming<br />

bracket clock, the plain arched<br />

case with ormolu mounts and<br />

arched silvered dial with slow /<br />

fast and silent strike selectors,<br />

unsigned fusee movement striking<br />

on eight bells and a gong, width<br />

44cm, depth 26cm, height 57cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,400


278<br />

283<br />

284<br />

Lot 280<br />

Isaac of Hurley of London. A<br />

George III ebonised eight day<br />

hour repeating bracket clock,<br />

with 6.5 inch dial with strike /<br />

silent silvered chapter ring, false<br />

pendulum and date aperture,<br />

signed, twin fusee movement with<br />

verge escapement and foliate<br />

engraved unsigned backplate,<br />

width 28cm, depth 18cm, height<br />

47cm<br />

Lot 281<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A mid 19th century French<br />

ormolu mantel clock, modelled<br />

with a seated philosopher holding<br />

a tablet inscribed Ajax Furieux, a<br />

scroll at his feet inscribed La Mort<br />

d’Hercule, with silvered Roman<br />

dial and Pons silk suspension<br />

eight day movement, width 54cm,<br />

height 60cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

282<br />

Lot 282<br />

An early 20th century French<br />

ormolu and champleve enamel<br />

clock garniture, with Marti eight<br />

day movement, clock: height<br />

50.5cm urns: height 32.5cm<br />

Lot 283<br />

285<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A 19th century French<br />

industrial windmill clock, by<br />

Guilmet the silvered brass case<br />

with thermometers, barometer<br />

and clock dial, eight-day springdriven<br />

movement below rotating<br />

wind sails powered by a separate<br />

movement in the base, height<br />

47cm.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 284<br />

Jean Baptiste Dubuc L’ne<br />

à Paris. A Louis XVI bronze<br />

and ormolu mounted white<br />

marble mantel clock, unsigned<br />

silk suspension countwheel<br />

movement, width 43cm, depth<br />

11cm, height 60cm<br />

Lot 285<br />

280<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An early 20th century French<br />

ormolu and champleve enamel<br />

four glass mantel clock, with<br />

floral decorated case and floral<br />

swagged enamel Roman dial,<br />

Vincenti eight day movement<br />

numbered 1141 striking on a<br />

gong, width 18cm, depth 15cm,<br />

height 34cm<br />

£400 - 600


286<br />

292<br />

287<br />

290<br />

289<br />

288<br />

Lot 286<br />

Payne & Co, 162 New Bond<br />

Street, London. An early 20th<br />

century ormolu mounted<br />

red boulle mantel clock, with<br />

Neptune finial and foliate scroll<br />

case, enamelled Roman dial and<br />

signed eight day movement, width<br />

20cm, depth 12cm, height 37cm<br />

Lot 287<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An early 20th century French<br />

ormolu 400 day mantel clock,<br />

in architectural case with floral<br />

swagged drum top, enamelled<br />

Roman dial signed Pendule 400<br />

Jours, the bowfront glazed base<br />

housing a spherical pendulum,<br />

width 26cm, depth 15cm, height<br />

52cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 288<br />

F.H. Danvin. A 1930’s French<br />

Art Deco bronze mounted onyx<br />

and marble clock garniture, the<br />

central mantel clock of stylised<br />

geometric form surmounted by a<br />

model of an Asian pheasant, with<br />

dial signed De Vis Poitiers, with<br />

a pair of electrically internally lit<br />

bird finial side ornaments, clock:<br />

width 32cm, height 46cm, side<br />

ornaments: width 15cm, height<br />

31cm<br />

Lot 289<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A George III japanned<br />

‘Tavern’ wall clock, with later<br />

painted Roman dial and gilt<br />

black case decorated with a<br />

chinoiserie landscape, single<br />

fusee movement with tapered<br />

backplate, width 66cm, depth<br />

19cm, height 152cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,200<br />

Lot 290<br />

Charles Frodsham, 27 South<br />

Molton Street, London. A<br />

Victorian carved mahogany<br />

drop dial wall timepiece, with<br />

single fusee movement, width<br />

48cm, height 76cm<br />

Lot 291<br />

£500 - 800<br />

E. White, 20 Cockspur Street,<br />

London. A late Victorian oak<br />

cased wall timepiece, with single<br />

fusee movement, diameter 38cm<br />

Lot 292<br />

£300 - 500<br />

John Thwaites of Clerkenwell.<br />

An early 19th century ebonised<br />

pine thirty hour longcase<br />

clock, with inner hours and outer<br />

minutes, single train movement<br />

with pendulum and weight, width<br />

44cm, height 212cm<br />

£800 - 1,200


CARPETS, GARDEN STATUARY<br />

& FURNITURE<br />

293-338


301<br />

Lot 293<br />

A North West Persian blue<br />

ground carpet, with central field<br />

of stylised floral motifs, multibordered,<br />

534 x 325cm<br />

Lot 294<br />

£500 - 800<br />

An Indian Agra carpet, with<br />

central field of stylised floral<br />

motifs on a red ground within a<br />

triple pale green and gold floral<br />

border, 358 x 261cm<br />

Lot 295<br />

£900 - 1,200<br />

A Persian part silk Tabriz<br />

carpet, with central hexagonal<br />

motifs on a pink and cream<br />

ground, multi-bordered 350 x<br />

248cm<br />

Lot 296<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A late 18th century Turkish<br />

carved marble tombstone dated<br />

circa 1780, H.148cm.<br />

Lot 297<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A 17th century Portuguese<br />

brass mounted ebonised<br />

rosewood Contador on<br />

stand, with twelve ripple<br />

moulded drawers, the stand<br />

with two drawers, on ornately<br />

turned underframe with all<br />

round stretchers and pad feet,<br />

W.105cm. H.136cm. D.50cm.<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

Lot 298<br />

A George I figured walnut chest<br />

of two short and three graduated<br />

long drawers, on turned feet,<br />

W.96cm. D.58cm. H.91cm.<br />

Lot 299<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An early 19th century Dutch<br />

walnut and floral marquetry<br />

bombe cylinder bureau,<br />

inlaid throughout with panels of<br />

flowers, flowers in baskets and<br />

cornucopiae, W.133cm D.58cm<br />

H.122cm<br />

Lot 300<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An early 18th century<br />

Portuguese ebonised table<br />

cabinet, with central door<br />

enclosing an ornately inlaid<br />

nonsuch interior, flanked by an<br />

arrangement of drawers. UK<br />

APHA Registration of an ivory<br />

item Submission reference:<br />

6JVVBES5 W.87cm D.38cm.<br />

H.57cm<br />

Lot 301<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A late Victorian carved oak<br />

extending dining table, with<br />

rounded D shaped ends and four<br />

leaves, the frieze carved with<br />

foliate motifs and lion masks, on<br />

turned bulbous legs with scrolling<br />

foliage and concealed castors,<br />

178 x 142cm, extends to 356cm<br />

H.75cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

296


293<br />

294<br />

295<br />

298<br />

299<br />

297<br />

300


Lot 302<br />

An important 18th century<br />

Lombardy ebony banded<br />

walnut and ivory inlaid twin<br />

pedestal desk, the top and<br />

sides inlaid with a scenes from<br />

Homer’s Iliad, after original<br />

drawings by John Flaxman<br />

RA (1755-1826), within moulded<br />

shaped ebony cartouches, fitted<br />

with three frieze drawers over<br />

hinged cupboards, inlaid with<br />

allegories representing Hope<br />

and Faith, on later castors. UK<br />

APHA Registration of an ivory<br />

item Submission reference:<br />

D99UXPKP W.118cm D.61cm<br />

H.82.4cm<br />

£20,000 - 30,000<br />

LOT ESSAY BY DR. ARABELLA<br />

CIFANI<br />

The scene is taken from a<br />

drawing that the English<br />

sculptor and draftsman, John<br />

Flaxman(1755–1826), made to<br />

illustrate the passages of Homer’s<br />

Iliad, a commission proposed<br />

to him in 1791 by Georgiana<br />

Hare-Naylor while he was living<br />

in Rome. Here is represented a<br />

rare episode, with Polydamas, a<br />

character from Greek mythology<br />

soothsayer, adviser and valiant<br />

warrior, friend and lieutenant of<br />

Hector, who fought in the Trojan<br />

War and who, in the twelfth book<br />

of the Iliad, advises Hector not<br />

to cross a dangerous moat that<br />

was part of the defence at the<br />

Achaean port and also advises<br />

Hector not to continue the siege.<br />

Hector will not listen to him and<br />

will face death at the hands of<br />

Achilles (Homer Iliad 12.60).<br />

‘’Then verily Polydamus drew<br />

nigh to Hector, and spake, saying:<br />

“Hector, and ye other leaders of<br />

the Trojans and allies, it is but<br />

folly that we seek to drive across<br />

the trench our swift horses; hard<br />

in sooth is it to cross, for sharp<br />

stakes are set in it, and close<br />

anigh them is the wall of the<br />

Achaeans.’’ Homer - Iliad 12.60


John Flaxman, sculptor and<br />

draftsman, a leading proponent<br />

of English neoclassicism, created<br />

34 drawings for Homer’s Iliad<br />

in Rome in 1793, which were<br />

engraved on copper for the first<br />

time in Rome by Tommaso Piroli<br />

in 1793 (“L’Iliade et the Odyssée<br />

d’Homère gravéepar Thomas<br />

Piroli d’après les desseins<br />

composés par John Flaxman. 94<br />

gravures “, Francesco Romero<br />

publisher, Rome, 1793). The<br />

meeting Flaxman and Piroli was<br />

a happy union, sealed by a public<br />

success that also provoked real<br />

acts of editorial piracy. “The<br />

reprints followed one another<br />

in various original editions or<br />

copies of the branches in different<br />

European cities, attesting to<br />

the vast success achieved from<br />

Flaxman’s inventions masterfully<br />

translated and propagated with<br />

the burin of Piroli. Two years later,<br />

the plates for “The Iliad” were<br />

republished in London. In 1805,<br />

publishers Longman, Hurst, Rees<br />

and Orme printed new editions of<br />

both series, including eleven extra<br />

illustrations commissioned from<br />

Flaxman (five for “The Iliad” and<br />

six for “The Odyssey”).<br />

The style of the ivory inlay<br />

perfectly reflects the spirit of<br />

Flaxman’s engraving, the figures<br />

in fact retain their taste for graffiti,<br />

which was an absolute novelty<br />

at the time. Flaxman avoided the<br />

background landscape, setting<br />

and detail, focusing on figures<br />

rendered with pure outlines. It has<br />

long been known that Flaxman<br />

drew on and synthesized a<br />

wide variety of visual sources in<br />

the development of his outline<br />

illustrations, combining classical<br />

figuration from “Etruscan” reliefs,<br />

sculptures, engravings and vases<br />

with forms derived from medieval<br />

and early Renaissance sources,<br />

life studies and observational<br />

sketches of daily Italian scenes<br />

and characters. Flaxman’s style<br />

of illustration has been discussed<br />

and celebrated by a multitude<br />

of critics across Europe and has<br />

had a demonstrable influence<br />

on artists such as Ingres, Goya<br />

and Blake. The cabinet is also<br />

enriched with other ivory inlays,<br />

representing divinities and<br />

allegories, including the allegory<br />

of Hope and Faith.<br />

GORRINGE’S are grateful to Dr.<br />

Cifani, for her identification of<br />

John Flaxman’s designs, used in<br />

the ivory inlays on this desk.


Lot 303<br />

A 17th century Tuscan walnut<br />

credenza, the rectangular<br />

moulded top, over a pair of<br />

shaped oval fielded panelled<br />

drawers, above a pair of similarly<br />

panelled doors, enclosing a single<br />

shelf, raised by stepped low<br />

bracket feet, W.131cm D.52cm<br />

H.105cm<br />

Lot 304<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

A George II carved giltwood<br />

Kent design wall mirror, with<br />

broken arch pediment, raised<br />

flower and fruit cartouche over a<br />

Greek key bordered rectangular<br />

plate, W.93cm H.162cm<br />

Lot 305<br />

309<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A George III carved giltwood<br />

wall mirror, of serpentine<br />

rectangular form, with pierced<br />

foliage and scroll assymetrical<br />

frame, W.50cm H.92cm<br />

£700 - 900<br />

Lot 306<br />

A George III mahogany drum<br />

top table, with brown skiver<br />

and four frieze and four dummy<br />

drawers, on turned stem and<br />

squared tripod fitted brass caps<br />

and castors, diameter 86cm<br />

H.74cm<br />

Lot 307<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A George III mahogany<br />

serpentine chest, with brushing<br />

slide and three graduated long<br />

drawers, on swept bracket feet,<br />

W.111cm D.60cm H.93cm<br />

Lot 308<br />

306<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

A Louis XVI carved giltwood<br />

five piece salon suite,<br />

comprising settee, pair of<br />

armchairs and pair of side chairs,<br />

all with quiver carved uprights and<br />

foliate scroll arms over guilloche<br />

friezes and spiral fluted turned<br />

tapered legs, settee W.148cm<br />

D.69cm H.100cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 309<br />

A Louis XIV period carved<br />

giltwood console table, with<br />

variegated rouge marble top,<br />

concave frieze and ornate foliate<br />

carved and pierced tapering<br />

squared legs with scrollwork X<br />

stretcher and stylised lion’s paw<br />

feet, W.108cm D.56cm H.82cm<br />

Lot 310<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A 19th century turned scagliola<br />

marble column, on later<br />

composition foot,height overall<br />

112cm diameter 36cm<br />

Lot 311<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Regency giltwood pier glass,<br />

with lattice work frieze over a<br />

rectangular plate flanked by fluted<br />

columns, W.77cm H.146cm<br />

£300 - 500


310<br />

308<br />

304<br />

305<br />

311<br />

307<br />

303


313<br />

Lot 312<br />

A Regency rosewood side<br />

cabinet, inset with painted Welsh<br />

slate panels, the slate top later<br />

painted pale blue and decorated<br />

with floral sprays over a frieze<br />

drawer further painted with<br />

flowers and two panelled doors,<br />

each decorated with exotic birds,<br />

scrolling brackets and flowering<br />

baskets, interior with painted<br />

division, raised on plinth foot,<br />

W.123cm D.53cm H.97cm<br />

Lot 313<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An early 19th century giltwood<br />

console table, in the manner of<br />

George Bullock, with rectangular<br />

white marble top and foliate<br />

carved frieze, on leopard’s<br />

head monopodia with paw feet,<br />

W.87cm D.37cm H.86cm<br />

Lot 314<br />

£1,000 - 2,000<br />

A Regency white painted and<br />

parcel gilt chaise longue,<br />

decorated throughout with foliate<br />

motifs, on turned and fluted<br />

tapered legs, L.166cm W.63cm<br />

H.84cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 315<br />

A Regency inlaid yew wood<br />

chest of four graduated long<br />

drawers flanked by inlaid canted<br />

angles, on ring turned legs, fitted<br />

brass castors, W.89cm D.54cm<br />

H.99cm<br />

Lot 316<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

A Victorian Howard & Sons<br />

oak framed club armchair,<br />

upholstered in later checked<br />

green fabric, raised on turned<br />

front legs with fitted brass castors,<br />

W.78cm D.100cm H.88cm<br />

Lot 317<br />

319<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Victorian walnut and<br />

marquetry breakfast table, of<br />

unusually large proportions, the<br />

circular top with foliate carved<br />

edge, inlaid with central floral<br />

panel and further panels of<br />

flowers and scrolls, tilting on a<br />

four column stem with foliate<br />

carved scroll legs and squared<br />

pad feet fitted ceramic castors,<br />

diameter 144cm H.77cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 318<br />

A Victorian figured walnut<br />

secretaire Wellington chest,<br />

with scroll carved brackets, five<br />

drawers and fall front secretaire<br />

drawer, W.59cm D.43cm H.124cm<br />

Lot 319<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Louis XVI style kingwood<br />

and parquetry bureau plat with<br />

ormolu mounts and three freezer<br />

drawers opposed by dummy<br />

drawers, on cabriole legs with<br />

paw feet, 166 x 90cm. H.78cm.<br />

Lot 320<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A 19th century Dutch walnut<br />

and marquetry tilt top centre<br />

table the rectangular top with<br />

central panel of a bird and flowers<br />

within flower, dragon’s head and<br />

folate scroll borders, on squared<br />

baluster stem and platform base<br />

with ebonised lions paw feet, 117<br />

x 72cm. H.78cm.<br />

£800 - 1,200


312 314<br />

315<br />

316<br />

318<br />

320<br />

317


326<br />

Lot 321<br />

A Victorian walnut and<br />

marquetry breakfast table,<br />

the circular tilt top inlaid with a<br />

floral design, on acanthus carved<br />

baluster stem and scrolled tripod<br />

foot. Diameter 129 cm. H.80 cm.<br />

Lot 322<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A 19th-century Dutch<br />

marquetry and walnut display<br />

cabinet with two glazed barred<br />

doors enclosing fixed shelves,<br />

over a four drawer bombe base<br />

with claw and ball feet Width<br />

178cm. Depth 36cm.<br />

Height 240cm.<br />

Lot 323<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

A Victorian walnut and<br />

marquetry side cabinet, with<br />

central twin panelled doors and<br />

bowed glazed doors separated by<br />

fluted columns, on plinth foot and<br />

turned feet, W.177cm D.43cm<br />

H.112cm<br />

£1,400 - 1,600<br />

Lot 324<br />

An early 20th century French<br />

ormolu mounted mahogany<br />

table top bijouterie cabinet,<br />

of rectangular form, with hinged<br />

glazed lid, glazed sides and<br />

lion’s paw feet, W.50cm D.33cm<br />

H.18cm<br />

Lot 325<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A late 19th century French<br />

carved giltwood wall mirror, of<br />

architectural overmantel form,<br />

with flower carved crest and fruit<br />

and lion mask decorated frame,<br />

W.146cm H.171cm<br />

Lot 326<br />

325<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A mid 19th century Florentine<br />

ornately carved giltwood wall<br />

mirror, of rectangular cartouche<br />

form with elaborate acanthus<br />

scrolls and flowers to the sides<br />

and base, with later glass plate,<br />

W.166cm H.158cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 327<br />

An early 20th century French<br />

classical revival mahogany<br />

breakfront pedestal desk, with<br />

dark green leather skiver and four<br />

graduated drawers to each of the<br />

kneehole, raised on pad feet and<br />

mounted throughout with ormolu<br />

classical motif mounts, W.135cm<br />

D.82cm H.75cm<br />

Lot 328<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

An 18th century North Italian<br />

marquetry inlaid rosewood<br />

serpentine commode, fitted two<br />

short and two graduated long<br />

drawers, on bracket feet, the top,<br />

front and sides delicately inlaid<br />

with marquetry bell husks, swags<br />

and stringing, W.140cm D.67cm<br />

H.82cm<br />

Lot 329<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An early 19th century Baltic<br />

region burr wood commode,<br />

with rectangular top and lyre<br />

shaped sides, fitted four drawers<br />

on bracket feet, W.137cm D.61cm<br />

H.95cm<br />

£700 - 1,000


321<br />

323<br />

324<br />

322<br />

327<br />

328<br />

329


331<br />

Lot 330<br />

A 19th century Irish yew wood,<br />

oyster veneered and burr wood<br />

serpentine collector’s cabinet,<br />

with a pair of doors enclosing two<br />

banks of ten drawers, W.118cm<br />

D.57cm H.128cm<br />

Lot 331<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A 19th century French Louis<br />

XVI style ormolu mounted<br />

ebonised side cabinet, with<br />

breakfront rouge marble top,<br />

finely pierced ormolu, putto,<br />

bird and scroll frieze and central<br />

panelled door, decorated with<br />

figures, birds and peacocks in a<br />

chinoiserie landscape, raised on<br />

toupie feet, W.134cm D.46cm<br />

H.122cm<br />

Lot 332<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A set of four Louis XVI carved<br />

giltwood fauteuils, the moulded<br />

frames carved with twin flowers to<br />

the cresting rails and seat fronts,<br />

with pale watered silk upholstery<br />

and fluted cabriole legs, W.65cm<br />

D.62cm H.93cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 333<br />

An early 20th century Louis<br />

XVI style ormolu mounted<br />

marquetry bureau plat, with<br />

floral inlaid decoration, fitted three<br />

drawers on slender cabriole legs,<br />

W.123cm D.64cm H.76cm<br />

Lot 334<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

A South German walnut and<br />

cut pewter inlaid commode and<br />

matching tabernacle, second<br />

quarter 18th century, the upper<br />

section with serpentine front,<br />

central door flanked by seven<br />

drawers, the lower bowfront<br />

section with three long drawers,<br />

all inlaid with blue and black<br />

stained marquetry scrollwork, the<br />

sides inset with panels of flowers<br />

in vases, raised on pad feet,<br />

W.113cm D.57cm H.150cm<br />

Lot 335<br />

337<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

An 18th century Portuguese<br />

Colonial rosewood centre<br />

table, with gadrooned rectangular<br />

top over two cushion drawers,<br />

W.103cm D.63cm H.80cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 336<br />

A late Victorian Gillow & Co.<br />

walnut pedestal desk, with gilt<br />

green skiver and an arrangement<br />

of nine drawers with brass ring<br />

handles, on plinth feet fitted<br />

castors, W.137cm D.85cm<br />

H.76cm<br />

Lot 337<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Mark Brazier Jones (b.1956)<br />

‘Zodiac’ mirror, circa 1990,<br />

copper plated steel with etched<br />

glass cabochons, C. Fiell, ‘Mark<br />

Brazier-Jones’, Ed. Fiell, London,<br />

2012, similar model illustrated<br />

p.73 Jean-Louis Gaillemin, ‘André<br />

Dubreuil, Poète du fer’, Paris,<br />

2006, ill. 128 diameter 100cm<br />

Lot 338<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

An oak ‘Mouseman’ refectory<br />

table by Robert Thompson of<br />

Kilburn, with adzed rectangular<br />

top and octagonal pillars, one<br />

carved in relief with a mouse, on<br />

plain H stretcher, 275 x 98cm,<br />

H.73cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


330 332<br />

333<br />

335<br />

336<br />

338<br />

334


PAINTINGS & PRINTS<br />

339-497<br />

at 1.30pm<br />

453<br />

74


339<br />

Lot 339<br />

English School c.1820<br />

Miniature of a child painted as an<br />

angel<br />

watercolour on ivory UK APHA<br />

Registration of an ivory item Submission<br />

reference: 7NFNM1JF 7.5 x 6cm,<br />

diamond set frame<br />

£400 - 600<br />

340<br />

Lot 340<br />

Circle of Joseph Highmore (1692-<br />

1780)<br />

Portrait of a lady thought to be Lady<br />

Sinclair, wife of Robert Sinclair of<br />

Geise<br />

oil on canvas<br />

77 x 63cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 341<br />

Attributed to James Millar (1735-1805)<br />

Full length portrait of a gentleman<br />

standing with his arm resting upon a<br />

bureau<br />

oil on canvas<br />

69 x 56cm<br />

£1,000 - 2,000<br />

341


343<br />

342<br />

Lot 342<br />

Late 18th Century English School<br />

Full length portrait of Sir James Esdaile<br />

(1714-1793) and Elizabeth Pate,<br />

oil on canvas<br />

124 x 99cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 343<br />

Manner of Arthur Devis (1712-1787)<br />

Family portrait, drawing room interior<br />

oil on canvas<br />

61 x 74cm<br />

Lot 344<br />

Late 18th Century English School<br />

Children and a goat in the manner of<br />

Count Brühl’s Tailor,<br />

oil on canvas<br />

72 x 59cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

344<br />

Lot 345<br />

Late 18th century English School<br />

Three quarter length portrait of a husband<br />

and wife admiring roses in a garden<br />

oil on canvas<br />

oval, 71 x 57cm<br />

£400 - 600


345<br />

346<br />

348<br />

Lot 346<br />

James Ramsay (1786-1854)<br />

‘The Young Archer’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

exhibited R.A.1825, 75 x 62cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 347<br />

347<br />

After Sir Thomas Lawrence<br />

(1769-1830)<br />

Portrait of William Wilberforce<br />

MP<br />

oil on canvas<br />

60 x 50cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 348<br />

17th Century Flemish School<br />

Horse riders in a landscape<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

24 x 36cm<br />

£600 - 800


352<br />

354<br />

349<br />

Lot 349<br />

John Opie (1761-1807)<br />

Portraits of The Reverend<br />

Joseph Pomery and his wife,<br />

Melloney (nee Scobell) probably<br />

painted in 1778 on their marriage<br />

oil on canvas, a pair<br />

74 x 59cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 350<br />

Follower of Jacob Salomonsz<br />

van Ruysdael (Dutch, 1629-<br />

1682)<br />

Figures in a landscape with<br />

houses and church beyond<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

20 x 24cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 351<br />

Follower of Nicolaes Eliazoon<br />

Pickenoy (Dutch, 1588-1656)<br />

Study of a courting couple, a<br />

courtyard beyond<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

34 x 23.5cm<br />

Lot 352<br />

£400 - 600<br />

After Francesco Guardi (Italian,<br />

1712-1793)<br />

Views of Venice<br />

oil on canvas, a pair<br />

24 x 44.5cm<br />

Lot 353<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

17th Century Roman School<br />

Two putti holding a garland of<br />

flowers<br />

oil on canvas<br />

76 x 118cm.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


351<br />

353<br />

355<br />

Lot 354<br />

Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italian,<br />

1720-1778)<br />

Veduta de la Villa, Estense in Tivoli and<br />

Cascata de Tivoli<br />

two etchings<br />

46 x 69.5cm and 48 x 70.5cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 355<br />

Flore Marescaille de Caffort (French,<br />

1778-1846)<br />

Claudian style harbour scenes with<br />

figures dis-embarking and fisherfolk<br />

oil on canvas, a pair<br />

signed and dated 1798<br />

64 x 79cm<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

350


356<br />

359<br />

Lot 356<br />

Mid 17th Century English<br />

School<br />

Christ before Pilate and Jewish<br />

leaders, including Joseph of<br />

Arimathea, with scrolls on<br />

which are writings inscribed in<br />

both Hebrew and English<br />

oil on canvas<br />

76 x 158cm.<br />

Lot 357<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

Circle of Nicolas Poussin<br />

(French, 1594-1665)<br />

Figures in an Italianate<br />

landscape<br />

oil on canvas<br />

72 x 96cm £600 - 800<br />

Lot 358<br />

19th Century Italian School<br />

after Andrea del Sarto (1483-<br />

1530)<br />

Self portrait<br />

oil on canvas<br />

71 x 56cm<br />

Lot 359<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Manner of Clarkson Stanfield<br />

(1793-1869)<br />

Shipping off the coast in a<br />

rough sea<br />

oil on canvas<br />

69 x 105cm<br />

360<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 360<br />

William Anderson (1757-1837)<br />

Shipping leaving harbour,<br />

figures on the shore waving<br />

farewell<br />

ink and watercolour en grisaille<br />

15.5 x 21.5cm<br />

Lot 361<br />

£400 - 600<br />

William Hamilton RA (1751-<br />

1801)<br />

Thomas Allen Barnard, his<br />

wife, Sarah and daughter, Ellen,<br />

seated on a bench in parkland<br />

and Children in parkland<br />

watercolour, a pair<br />

ovals, 14 x 18cm<br />

£400 - 600


358<br />

357<br />

362<br />

363<br />

Lot 362<br />

Attributed to Penry Williams<br />

(1800-1885)<br />

A view on the Tiber looking<br />

towards the Palantine Hill<br />

oil on canvas<br />

bears signature, 34 x 45cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

361<br />

Lot 363<br />

Early 19th century Italian<br />

School<br />

Travellers looking out from a<br />

grotto<br />

oil on canvas<br />

57 x 71cm £400 - 600


364<br />

365<br />

Lot 364<br />

Jean Baptiste Pillement<br />

(French, 1728-1808)<br />

Italianate river landscapes<br />

oil on zinc panels, a pair<br />

signed<br />

28 x 38.5cm<br />

Lot 365<br />

Jean Baptiste Lallemand<br />

(French, 1716-1808)<br />

Travellers in Italianate<br />

landscapes<br />

oil on canvas, a pair<br />

signed 40 x 50cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

Lot 366<br />

Attributed to John Laporte<br />

(1769-1839)<br />

Extensive river landscape with<br />

clergyman and other figures on<br />

a lane<br />

oil on canvas<br />

inscribed and dated 1831 verso<br />

34 x 49cm<br />

Lot 367<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Circle of John Dean Paul (1775-<br />

1852)<br />

Somerset House and The<br />

Adelphi from the river, London<br />

oil on canvas<br />

59.5 x 44.5cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 368<br />

Dr Thomas Munro (1759-1833)<br />

Cottage and trees in a<br />

landscape and Tree and fence<br />

in a landscape<br />

charcoal and wash, a pair<br />

15 x 20cm and 15.5 x 21cm<br />

Lot 369<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Thomas Rowlandson (1756-<br />

1827)<br />

‘Embarking’, coastal scene<br />

with figures in a rowing boat,<br />

a sailing ship beyond and<br />

boatmen on the shore<br />

ink and watercolour<br />

signed<br />

17 x 26cm<br />

£300 - 500


366<br />

367<br />

368<br />

369 370<br />

Lot 370<br />

Paul Sandby RA (1730-1809)<br />

Warwick Castle, c.1775<br />

watercolour and ink en grisaille<br />

aquatints of the same composition<br />

were published by the artist in<br />

January 1776<br />

29 x 45cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 371<br />

Nicola Funno (Italian, 19th C.)<br />

Portrait of the British ship,<br />

‘Moolsington R.C. Wilson<br />

Commander 1847’, with<br />

Vesuvius in the background<br />

gouache on paper<br />

signed<br />

54 x 76cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 372<br />

James Barry (1741-1806)<br />

‘Such was the Chian Father’s<br />

strain ...’ - Akenside’s Poems<br />

ink and wash<br />

inscribed<br />

41 x 55cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

372<br />

Lot 373<br />

Early 19th century Irish School<br />

View of Carlisle Bridge and<br />

Sackville Street, Dublin<br />

oil on canvas<br />

40 x 55cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 374<br />

Charles Towne (1763-1840)<br />

Two horse and a dog in a<br />

landscape, a castle beyond<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1827<br />

43 x 51cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

373<br />

Lot 375<br />

Follower of Heinrich Breling<br />

(1849-1914)<br />

Refreshment by the Way<br />

oil on canvas<br />

75 x 62.5cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

371


374<br />

375<br />

Lot 376<br />

Edward Pritchett (1828-1864)<br />

Gondoliers beneath the Rialto<br />

Bridge and View along the<br />

Grand Canal<br />

oil on mill board, a pair<br />

inscribed verso<br />

17 x 22cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

376<br />

Lot 377<br />

Cesare Auguste Detti (Italian,<br />

1847-1914)<br />

The Hawking Party<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

signed and dated ‘79<br />

40 x 29cm<br />

Lot 378<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

19th Century English School<br />

Studies of stone garden urns<br />

from Ven House, Somerset and<br />

Bow Wood<br />

watercolours, a pair<br />

21.5 x 13.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

377<br />

378


379<br />

Lot 379<br />

George John Pinwell, R.W.S<br />

(1842-1875)<br />

Study for Gilbert à Becket’s<br />

Troth, The Saracen Maiden<br />

entering London at Sundown<br />

pencil and watercolour on paper<br />

signed<br />

53 x 97cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 380<br />

Josef William Allen (1803-52)<br />

The Castle at Reinhardsbrunn<br />

oil on copper panel<br />

A slightly larger version, painted<br />

for Prince Albert, is in the Royal<br />

Collection, RCIN 406304<br />

64 x 78cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

381<br />

Lot 381<br />

Sidney Richard Percy (1821-<br />

1886)<br />

‘A Scottish Loch’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 38<br />

47 x 80cm.<br />

£5,000 - 7,000 380


382<br />

383<br />

Lot 382<br />

Aleksander Swieszewski<br />

(Polish, 1839-1895)<br />

Water meadows in Poland, a<br />

wooded landscape with a river,<br />

an artist sketching to the right<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and inscribed Honechium<br />

51 x 87cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 383<br />

Charles Edward Dixon (1872-<br />

1934)<br />

Tower Bridge<br />

watercolour<br />

signed, titled and dated 17<br />

35 x 75cm.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


386<br />

Lot 384<br />

William Thornley (1857-1935)<br />

Shipping off the Dutch coast<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

29 x 24cm.<br />

Lot 385<br />

£600 - 800<br />

James Campbell Noble R.S.A.<br />

(1846-1913)<br />

‘Fading Light’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and indistinctly dated<br />

29 x 44cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 386<br />

Helen Allingham (1848-1926)<br />

Old Cottages, Horsham<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

31 x 40.5cm<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

Lot 387<br />

Myles Birket Foster (1825-1899)<br />

‘Asking the way’<br />

watercolour<br />

Studio stamp<br />

14 x 23cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 388<br />

William Mellor (1851-1931)<br />

Rydal Water near Ambleside,<br />

Westmoreland<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

39 x 59.5cm<br />

Lot 389<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

George Turner (1843-1910)<br />

‘The Nearest Way Home’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, inscribed and dated 1899<br />

verso<br />

34 x 50cm<br />

£500 - 700


384 385<br />

387<br />

388<br />

389 390<br />

Lot 390<br />

Edward Pritchett (1828-1864)<br />

View of Venice<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

22.x32cm.<br />

£400 - 600


393<br />

392<br />

Lot 391<br />

Alphonse Legros RA (1837-<br />

1911)<br />

Nude study<br />

sanguine chalk on paper<br />

signed and inscribed in pencil,<br />

41.5 x 24cm and an etching, Self<br />

portrait, signed in the plate, 21 x<br />

16cm.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 392<br />

Angelos Giallina (Greek, 1857-<br />

1939)<br />

View of Athens and the<br />

Acropolis<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

48 x 91cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 393<br />

Edward Frederick Brewtnall<br />

(1846-1902)<br />

‘A <strong>Summer</strong> Afternoon’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1879<br />

62 x 92cm.<br />

Lot 394<br />

Oliver Clare (1853-1927)<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Still lifes of grapes, a peach<br />

and greengages and apples,<br />

plums and strawberries<br />

oil on board, a pair<br />

signed<br />

19 x 29cm<br />

£800 - 1,200


394<br />

395<br />

396<br />

Lot 395<br />

Pre-Raphaelite School<br />

Two angels and attendant<br />

figures<br />

conté crayon on buff paper<br />

82 x 122cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 396<br />

Thomas Bush Hardy (1842-<br />

1897)<br />

Fishing boats off Venice<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1882<br />

45 x 71cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

391<br />

391


398<br />

399<br />

397<br />

Lot 397<br />

Benjamin Williams Leader<br />

(1831-1923)<br />

Landscape at sunset with pine<br />

trees<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and dated 1916<br />

42 x 32cm.<br />

Lot 398<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Charles Archer (1855-1931)<br />

Still life of grapes, strawberries,<br />

raspberries and redcurrants<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and dated 1916<br />

15 x 20cm £400 - 600<br />

400<br />

Lot 399<br />

Charles Archer (1855-1931)<br />

Still life of apples, grapes,<br />

plums, gooseberries and<br />

raspberries<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

30 x 34cm<br />

Lot 400<br />

John Frederick Herring Jr.<br />

(1815-1907)<br />

£500 - 700<br />

‘The Ford’ and ‘Going Home’<br />

oil on board, a pair<br />

signed<br />

tondo, 11.5cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 401<br />

Everett Shinn (American, 1876-<br />

1953)<br />

Sir Henry Irving as Shylock,<br />

c.1910<br />

pastel on paperboard<br />

signed, with label from Marie<br />

Antoville Galleries Corp., NY<br />

and a label on the reverse of<br />

the frame ‘Property of Everett<br />

Shinn/26 Washington Squ. N /<br />

N.Y. City / Price #1/200 net’ and<br />

inscribed ‘Sir Henry Irving as or a<br />

“Shilock” / Made in his dressing<br />

room during his last tour of this<br />

country. Considerate enough<br />

of me to have his stage hands<br />

construct a box out of scenery to<br />

keep out a draught. E.S./ size 26”<br />

x 2” / Date - 1910’ 71 x 34cm<br />

£7,000 - 10,000


402<br />

403<br />

401<br />

Lot 402<br />

Charles André Igounet de<br />

Villers (French, 1881-1944)<br />

View of Paris looking along The<br />

Seine<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

80 x 95cm, unframed<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 403<br />

Sir David Murray (1849-1933)<br />

‘Ben Cruachan, Loch Awe’<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

signed with artist label verso<br />

37 x 45cm<br />

£500 - 800


Lot 404<br />

Louis Wain (1860-1939)<br />

‘All dressed up and nowhere to<br />

go’<br />

pen and ink<br />

signed<br />

25 x 33.5cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 405<br />

Józef Ryszkiewicz (Polish,<br />

1856-1925)<br />

Winter landscape with figure<br />

loading a haycart, a troika<br />

beyond<br />

oil on artist board<br />

signed and dated 1925<br />

34 x 66cm<br />

Lot 406<br />

Dutch School c.1924<br />

Black model in a studio<br />

charcoal and conte chalk<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

inscribed verso ‘Rond-Maria<br />

Amsterdam 1924’<br />

87 x 53cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

404<br />

405<br />

Lot 407<br />

U Ngule Gaing (Burmese 1901-<br />

1967)<br />

Portrait of a woman wearing a<br />

white hat<br />

watercolour on paper<br />

signed<br />

38 x 27cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

407<br />

406


408<br />

Lot 408<br />

§ Michalis Economou (Greek<br />

1888-1933)<br />

House and boat beside the sea<br />

... 1912<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, Gallerie Marcel Bernheim<br />

label verso dated 1913<br />

59.5 x 119.5cm<br />

£15,000 - 20,000<br />

Lot 409<br />

Georgios Bouzianis (Greek,<br />

1885-1959)<br />

Reclining nude and studies of<br />

buildings, together with a head<br />

study with inscription below<br />

three watercolours and a ballpoint<br />

sketch all signed and dated 1954,<br />

29 x 18cm, in a folder with internal<br />

sketch overall 34.5 x 22cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

409<br />

Lot 410<br />

§ Alfred Daniels (1924-2015)<br />

‘The Antiques Stall’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1951<br />

50 x 60cm,<br />

£800 - 1,200 410


411<br />

412<br />

413<br />

418<br />

415<br />

416


Lot 411<br />

Frederick James Aldridge<br />

(1850–1933)<br />

‘Rye’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated ‘16<br />

50 x 75cm £400 - 600<br />

Lot 412<br />

Frederick James Aldridge<br />

(1850–1933)<br />

Fishing boats at sea<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

46 x 75cm £300 - 500<br />

Lot 413<br />

§ Eric Slater (1896-1963)<br />

‘A Sussex Mill’<br />

woodcut in colours<br />

signed in pencil<br />

25.5 x 34.5cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 414<br />

Dame Ethel Walker ARA RBA<br />

RP DBE (1861-1951)<br />

‘The Four Seasons’<br />

ink and watercolour<br />

exhibition labels verso<br />

50 x 44cm £1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 415<br />

William Jackson (Irish, 1843-<br />

1942)<br />

‘Sheephaven Bay, County<br />

Donegal’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed,<br />

40 x 50cm, unframed<br />

Lot 416<br />

Circle of Robert Henri<br />

(American, 1865-1929)<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Portrait of a mother and child<br />

oil on canvas<br />

414<br />

61 x 50cm, unframed<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 417<br />

§ Dame Laura Knight (1877-<br />

1970)<br />

‘Finishing Touches’<br />

watercolour and pencil<br />

initialled and dated 1924 with RA<br />

label verso<br />

35 x 25cm £1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 418<br />

Wilhelm Blanke (German 1873-<br />

1943)<br />

Venice, the entrance to the Rio<br />

di Palazzo, the Bridge of Sighs<br />

beyond<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

58 x 68cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Sale proceeds to be donated to<br />

the Ukraine Appeal<br />

417


Lot 419<br />

§ Sir Max Beerbohm (1872-<br />

1956)<br />

‘March of The Gentlemen’<br />

pencil on paper study for a mural<br />

signed and dated 1922, inscribed<br />

‘For Jack Lynch from Max 1922’<br />

47 x 58cm, original velvet mount,<br />

overall 67 x 77.5cm<br />

£7,000 - 10,000<br />

This Beerbohm study cartoon<br />

was intended for a mural at his<br />

Rapallo villa, which was never<br />

executed. It was gifted to ‘Jack’<br />

Bohun Lynch (1884-1928),<br />

a friend, writer, caricaturistillustrator<br />

, and author of ‘Max<br />

Beerbohm in perspective’ in 1922.<br />

This study presented a unique<br />

and remarkable socio-historical<br />

grouping of caricatures of<br />

Beerbohm’s closest friends, from<br />

the Cultural, Political, Social and<br />

Queer communities of Britain in<br />

the early 20th Century.<br />

Identified sitters by Sir Edward<br />

Marsh [ 1872-1953 ] KCVO<br />

CB CMG , pps to Joseph<br />

Chamberlain and Sir Winston<br />

Churchill. Sir Ray Lankester<br />

(1849-1929) - biologist Sir<br />

Edmund Gosse (1849-1928) -<br />

poet, author, and critic Sir Edward<br />

Carson (1854-1935) - politician<br />

Cunninghame Graham (1852-<br />

1936) - politician, writer, and<br />

journalist Philip Wilson Steer<br />

(1960-1942) - landscape artist<br />

Henry Tonks (1862-1937) -<br />

surgeon and artist Gilbert Keith<br />

Chesterton (1874-1936) - writer<br />

and philosopher John Masefield<br />

(1878-1967) - poet and writer<br />

John Singer Sargent (1856-1925)<br />

- artist John Galsworthy…….<br />

[1867-1933] English novelist and<br />

playwright Lytton Strachey (1880-<br />

1932) - writer and critic Henry<br />

Chaplin (1840-1923) - politician<br />

Herbert Asquith (1852-1928) -<br />

former Prime Minister Sir Henry<br />

Irving, [1838-1905] Stage Actor<br />

and Manager. AJ , Earl Balfour<br />

(1848-1930) - former Prime<br />

Minister George S Street [1867-<br />

1936] critic, journalist ad writer<br />

Sir Ian Malcolm (1868-1944) -<br />

Tory politician Director of Suez<br />

Canal Company Chief of Clan<br />

MacCallum/Malcolm. George<br />

Bernard Shaw [1856-1950] Irish<br />

playwright, critic, polemicist and<br />

political activist.<br />

Inscribed verso ‘This cartoon<br />

by Max Beerbohm was drawn<br />

for a projected wall-painting for<br />

his villa at Rapallo, which was<br />

never executed. It was given by<br />

him to his friend and biographer<br />

(Jack) Bohun Lynch, to whom<br />

it is inscribed…… p……. It was<br />

purchased in from his estate in<br />

1947 by Scribners…. Several of<br />

the identifications were supplied<br />

by Sir Edward Marsh’, KCVO<br />

CB CMG a British translator and<br />

friend to Rupert Brooke. The work<br />

was intended as the frieze for<br />

the dining Room in his and Lady<br />

Beerbohm’s villa, to where they<br />

had moved in 1910. Beerbohm<br />

had married his wife, the<br />

American actress Florence Kahn,<br />

in the same year.<br />

The work was purchased from<br />

Scribners in New York in c 1950 ,<br />

by Sir Yehudi Menuhin, OM KBE.<br />

And was sold by his Estate.


Lot 420<br />

§ John Anthony Park (1878-<br />

1962)<br />

The Harbour, St Ives<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

60 x 75cm<br />

Lot 421<br />

£8,000 - 12,000<br />

§ John Anthony Park (1878-<br />

1962)<br />

Still life of marigolds in a green<br />

bowl<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

29 x 39.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


422<br />

Lot 422<br />

§ Ithell Colquhoun (1906-1988)<br />

‘Crane flowers’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1935<br />

51 x 36cm<br />

Lot 423<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Frank Moss Bennett (1874–<br />

1952)<br />

‘Rivals’<br />

oil on canvas board<br />

signed<br />

25 x 35cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 424<br />

Albert Rutherston, R.W.S.<br />

(1881-1953)<br />

‘Le Reveil de Flore’, Cupid.<br />

No1A (Pavlova)<br />

ink and watercolour<br />

signed<br />

35 x 17cm.<br />

Lot 425<br />

£400 - 600<br />

§ Samuel John Lamorna Birch<br />

(1869-1955)<br />

Devonshire River Landscape<br />

oil on board<br />

32 x 39cm<br />

424<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 426<br />

§ Edward Ardizzone R.A. (1900-<br />

1979)<br />

Kilburn bar interior<br />

ink and watercolour on paper<br />

initialled<br />

18 x 21cm<br />

Lot 427<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Edward Ardizzone R.A. (1900-<br />

1979)<br />

‘Argument’<br />

pencil on paper initialled, New<br />

Grafton Gallery label verso<br />

16 x 23.5cm<br />

£300 - 400


425<br />

426<br />

427<br />

428<br />

Lot 428<br />

Edward Ardizzone R.A. (1900-<br />

1979)<br />

‘The Drawing Lesson’<br />

lithograph on wove<br />

signed and titled in pencil, 33/100<br />

20 x 24cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 429<br />

§ Clifford Hall RBA ROI, (1904-<br />

1973)<br />

‘Umbrellas’<br />

pastel on paper laid on board<br />

50 x 71cm<br />

423<br />

£400 - 600<br />

429


430<br />

Lot 430<br />

Teng-Hiok Chiu (Chinese, 1903-<br />

1972)<br />

‘Green Doors, Polperro’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1930<br />

49 x 75cm<br />

Lot 431<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

Anthony Richard Cooke (1933-<br />

2006)<br />

‘Houseboats at Shoreham’<br />

oil on panel<br />

signed and dated ’58 and<br />

inscribed verso<br />

74 x 100cm<br />

Lot 432<br />

£600 - 800<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John<br />

(1906-1993)<br />

‘Tobago, Fishing Village, West<br />

Indies’<br />

oil on canvas, signed<br />

34 x 70cm £800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 433<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John<br />

(1906-1993)<br />

Mediterranean scene with<br />

fishermen in the foreground<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

34 x 69cm £800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 434<br />

Samuel L. Margolies (American,<br />

1897-1974)<br />

Bridge to Babylon, c.1940<br />

aquatint and etching, signed and<br />

titled in pencil, lower margin.<br />

6.4 x 7.6cm<br />

Lot 435<br />

Modern British<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Still life of a vase and bowl of<br />

grapes upon a table top<br />

gouache and watercolour on<br />

board indistinctly signed and<br />

dated 1949 55 x 75.5cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 436<br />

§ John Piper (1903-1992)<br />

‘Westminster School I’ (L114)<br />

lithograph in colours on wove<br />

signed in pencil, 66/100 in<br />

pencil, printed by Curwen Studio,<br />

published by Editions Alecto<br />

49 x 63cm £700 - 1,000<br />

Lot 437<br />

§ John Piper (1903-1992)<br />

St Matthias, Stoke Newington,<br />

London by William Butterfield<br />

(L 143)<br />

lithograph in colours on Barcham<br />

Green wove<br />

signed in pencil, 1/70, from<br />

A Retrospective of Churches,<br />

printed by Curwe<br />

78 x 56cm<br />

£500 - 700


432<br />

431<br />

433<br />

434 435<br />

437<br />

436


Lot 438<br />

Léon-Arthur Tutundjian<br />

(Armenian, 1905-1968)<br />

Abstract<br />

ink and wash drawing<br />

signed and dated 1928<br />

21 x 16cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 439<br />

§ Felix Topolski RA (Polish/<br />

British, 1907-1989)<br />

The London Suite, 1973 the<br />

complete suite of six lithographs<br />

on colorplan wove<br />

signed in pencil, 39/150, printed<br />

by Curwen Studio, published<br />

by Christie’s Contemporary Art,<br />

London<br />

48 x 63cm and 63 x 48cm,<br />

unframed<br />

£500 - 800<br />

442<br />

Lot 440<br />

§ Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-<br />

1985)<br />

Tour au villages<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

44 x 54cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

440


Lot 441<br />

Lucien Delarue (French, 1925-<br />

2011)<br />

‘The cafe on the corner’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 1979 Stacy Marks label<br />

verso<br />

58 x 71cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

438 441<br />

Lot 442<br />

§ Bennett Oates (1928-2009)<br />

‘Hollyhocks No.1’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and dated ‘85<br />

60 x 50cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

439<br />

Lot 443<br />

Man Ray (American, 1890-1976)<br />

‘Concert’, from Ballarde de<br />

Dames Hors du Temps, 1970,<br />

etching and aquatint on paper<br />

signed in pencil and marked<br />

H.C. 1/V, total edition of 100<br />

(Anselmino, 60D)<br />

overall 51 x 67cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

443


Lot 444<br />

§ Pierre de Clausades (French,<br />

1910-1978)<br />

‘Ciels, Champ de Blé’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

45 x 54cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

445<br />

Lot 445<br />

§ Antoine Blanchard (French, 1910-<br />

1988)<br />

Snow in Paris<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

45 x 53cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 446<br />

§ René Charles His (French, 1877-<br />

1960)<br />

‘Le Chemin d’Aiglard’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

37 x 54cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

444<br />

Lot 447<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry<br />

R.A.(1887-1976)<br />

Meeting Point<br />

lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, from the edition of<br />

850, printed by Chorley & Pickersgill<br />

Ltd., published by the Adam<br />

Collection Ltd., with the <strong>Fine</strong> Art<br />

Trade Guild blindstamp 49 x 72cm.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

446


450<br />

449<br />

Lot 448<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry<br />

R.A.(1887-1976)<br />

View of a Town<br />

lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, from the edition<br />

of 850,<br />

46 x 55.5cm.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 449<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry<br />

R.A.(1887-1976)<br />

Level Crossing, Burton on<br />

Trent<br />

lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, from the edition<br />

of 850,<br />

43.5 x 58cm.<br />

Lot 450<br />

£500 - 800<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry<br />

R.A.(1887-1976)<br />

Mrs Swindell’s Picture<br />

lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, from the edition<br />

of 850,<br />

43 x 31.5cm.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

447<br />

448


Lot 451<br />

§ Pierre de Clausades (French,<br />

1910-1978)<br />

‘En Val de Loire’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

58 x 90cm.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 452<br />

Leonard Nimoy (1931-2015)<br />

Female nude<br />

silver print<br />

16 x 20.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

451<br />

Lot 453<br />

§ Gerald A. Cooper (1898-1975)<br />

‘Flowerpiece’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

75 x 62cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 454<br />

§ Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-<br />

1985)<br />

‘Fleurs Pivcines’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

72 x 58cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

452<br />

Lot 455<br />

§ Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-<br />

1985)<br />

‘Les Fleur d’été’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

54 x 45cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 456<br />

§ Marcel Dyf (French, 1899-<br />

1985)<br />

‘Claudine’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

54 x 44cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000


455 454<br />

453<br />

456


Lot 457<br />

Mikhail Alexandrovich<br />

Shaposhnikov (Ukrainian, 1909-<br />

1989)<br />

Still life of fruit upon a table top<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and dated ‘67<br />

67 x 58cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 458<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry<br />

(1887-1976)<br />

‘The Notice Board’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, from an edition<br />

of 500 with <strong>Fine</strong> Art Trade Guild<br />

blind stamp DFD<br />

43 x 53cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

461<br />

462<br />

Lot 459<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry<br />

(1887-1976)<br />

‘The Level Crossing’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, from the edition<br />

of 850, with <strong>Fine</strong> Art Trade Guild<br />

blindstamp<br />

44 x 58cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

457


Lot 460<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry<br />

(1887-1976)<br />

‘The Reference Library’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, with <strong>Fine</strong> Art<br />

Trade Guild blind stamp<br />

26 x 36cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

Lot 461<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry<br />

(1887-1976)<br />

‘Industrial Scene (1953)’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, from the edition<br />

of 850, published by Venture<br />

Prints Ltd., Bristol, with the <strong>Fine</strong><br />

Art Trade Guild blindstamp<br />

37 x 26cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

458<br />

Lot 462<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry<br />

(1887-1976)<br />

‘Figures in the Park’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, 48/100,<br />

published by Peinture 1976<br />

42 x 32cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

459<br />

460


464<br />

466<br />

465<br />

468<br />

Lot 463<br />

Lawrence Stephen Lowry RA,<br />

RBA (1887-1976)<br />

Woman with a beard<br />

lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, published<br />

by Adam Collection Ltd. and<br />

bearing the <strong>Fine</strong> Art Trade Guild<br />

blindstamp<br />

61 x 50cm<br />

Lot 464<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

§ Laurence Stephen Lowry<br />

R.A.(1887–1976)<br />

Market scene in a Northern<br />

Town<br />

lithograph signed in pencil,<br />

published by Patrick Seale Prints<br />

Ltd., London, 1973<br />

48 x 62cm<br />

Lot 465<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

§ Ronald Ossory Dunlop (1894-<br />

1973)<br />

River landscape with house<br />

and trees<br />

oil on canvas board<br />

signed<br />

49 x 59cm<br />

£400 - 600


463<br />

469<br />

Lot 466<br />

§ Maurice Canning Wilks RUA<br />

ARHA (1910-1984)<br />

‘Silver Light ...’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

39 x 49cm £600 - 800<br />

Lot 467<br />

Yuri Matushevski (Russian,<br />

1930-1999)<br />

Hillside houses in summer<br />

oil on card<br />

signed and dated ‘70<br />

54 x 69cm £800 - 1,200<br />

467<br />

Lot 468<br />

Adolf Adler (Israeli - Romanian,<br />

1917-1996)<br />

Female nude<br />

oil on canvas, signed<br />

40 x 33cm £400 - 600<br />

Lot 469<br />

Alex Nwokolo (Nigerian, b.1963)<br />

‘Stepping Out’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1995<br />

89.5 x 64cm<br />

£800 - 1,200


471<br />

472<br />

470<br />

Lot 470<br />

§ Glynn Morgan (Welsh, 1926-<br />

2015)<br />

‘Up The Valley’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and dated 1951<br />

56 x 39cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 471<br />

Abdulrahim Appabhai Almelkar<br />

(Indian, 1920-1982)<br />

‘Village’<br />

473<br />

ink and watercolour on paper<br />

signed, inscribed verso<br />

40 x 50cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 472<br />

§ Rudolf Bonnet (Dutch, 1895-<br />

1978)<br />

‘Geledek, Bali 35’<br />

charcoal on paper<br />

signed and inscribed<br />

31.5 x 24cm<br />

£400 - 600


475<br />

474<br />

Lot 473<br />

§ Jacob Bornfriend (Czech,<br />

1904-1976)<br />

Stylised landscape with figures<br />

on a balcony<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

47 x 46.5cm.<br />

Lot 474<br />

£500 - 800<br />

§ Sir Terry Frost R.A. (1915-<br />

2003)<br />

Lament for Ignacio Sanches<br />

Mejias from the Lorca Suite<br />

(Kemp 98)<br />

etching and aquatint<br />

signed in pencil, 18/75<br />

56 x 37.5cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 475<br />

§ Craigie Aitchison CBE, RA<br />

(1926-2009)<br />

Crucifixion 2001<br />

screenprint, signed, number 9/75<br />

and dated in pencil by the artist<br />

verso 140 x 110cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 476<br />

§ Mary Fedden (1915-2012)<br />

Tabletop still life with a coastal<br />

view beyond<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated ‘03<br />

476<br />

16 x 21cm. £2,000 - 3,000


480<br />

Lot 477<br />

§ Albert Irvin OBE, RA (British<br />

1922-2015)<br />

‘Oval I’<br />

screenprint<br />

signed in pencil and dated 2000<br />

12/125<br />

115 x 158cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 478<br />

Paul Jenkins (American, 1923-<br />

2012)<br />

‘Phenomena Solar Way<br />

Journey’<br />

acrylic on canvas<br />

signed and dated 2004<br />

163 x 135cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

477<br />

Lot 479<br />

§ Geoff Hunt PPRSMA (1948-<br />

2008)<br />

‘Combined Operations’<br />

gouache on board<br />

artist’s label verso<br />

44 x 57cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

478<br />

483


Lot 480<br />

§ Guy Taplin (b.1939)<br />

Swan<br />

carved and painted wood<br />

sculpture<br />

incised ‘Swan Guy Taplin’ below<br />

tail feathers,<br />

length 113cm, depth 29cm, height<br />

33cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 481<br />

§ Roy Petley (b.1950)<br />

‘Last of the sun’<br />

oil on panel<br />

signed<br />

60 x 91cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

479<br />

Lot 482<br />

§ Donald McIntyre (1923-2009)<br />

‘The Broads’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and titled verso<br />

25 x 35.5cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

481<br />

Lot 483<br />

§ Dame Barbara Hepworth<br />

(1903-1975)<br />

‘Desert Forms’ from the Aegean<br />

Suite<br />

lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, 6/60 with CCA<br />

Certificate verso<br />

79 x 56cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

482


486<br />

489<br />

491<br />

Lot 484<br />

§ Donald Hamilton Fraser R.A<br />

(1929-2009)<br />

‘Pyrenees - Château at<br />

Quéribus’<br />

mixed media , signed<br />

30 x 40cm £500 - 700<br />

484<br />

Lot 485<br />

§ Donald Hamilton Fraser R.A,<br />

(1929-2009)<br />

Coastal landscape<br />

watercolour on paper<br />

signed and dated 4.12.71<br />

31 x 49cm £600 - 800<br />

485


Lot 486<br />

§ Mary Fedden (1915-2012)<br />

The Regatta<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1978<br />

19 x 20cm. £2,500 - 3,000<br />

Lot 487<br />

§ Prunella Clough (1919-1999)<br />

’Simple Organisms’ (c.1990’s)<br />

pastel and gouache on card<br />

Annely Juda label verso with COA<br />

from the Gallery dated 2003<br />

24.5 x 35.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

487<br />

Lot 488<br />

§ John Steven Dews (b.1949)<br />

‘Cromdale, wrecked under The<br />

Lizard, May 23rd 1913’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

30 x 45cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 489<br />

§ Henry Moore OM CH FBA<br />

(1898-1986)<br />

‘Standing and reclining figures’<br />

lithograph on plastocowell in three<br />

colours<br />

signed in pencil and dated ‘50<br />

32 x 25cm<br />

Lot 490<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

§ Brian Hagger (1935-2006)<br />

‘Façade’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and dated 1964 verso<br />

60 x 121cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 491<br />

§ Maurice A. Wade (1917-1991)<br />

‘Black Chimney & Red Wall’<br />

oil on board<br />

76 x 63cm £500 - 800<br />

488<br />

490


Lot 492<br />

§ Dame Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975)<br />

‘Girl (Pillar) 1949’<br />

oil and pencil on board<br />

signed and dated October 1949 and inscribed<br />

‘Standing girl’<br />

68 x 22cm<br />

£50,000 - 80,000<br />

See Lyon & Turnbull, Lot 28, October 28, 2021 &<br />

Christie’s, Lot 167, May 14, 2019 for related works.<br />

After the outbreak of WWII, Hepworth and Nicholson<br />

moved down to Cornwall at the invitation of Adrian<br />

Stokes and Margaret Mellis. With triplets to look after,<br />

materials becoming scare and space limited, Hepworth<br />

found that her opportunities for carving were becoming<br />

fewer and thus in the earliest part of her time in Cornwall,<br />

she ‘could only draw at night and make a few plaster<br />

maquettes’. However, the possibilities of drawing soon<br />

became apparent to her and she found that they could<br />

be produced relatively quickly and provided a useful<br />

source of income during the war years, and virtually all<br />

her friends and collectors acquired examples, including<br />

Margaret Gardiner, Cyril Reddihough, Leslie Martin and<br />

Alastair Morton. Once the privations of the war began to<br />

lift, Hepworth found that drawing was now solidly established<br />

as a key element of her work, and several themes<br />

began to emerge from this corpus. Although always<br />

described by the artist as drawings, the careful building<br />

up and working of the base surface, often gesso, the<br />

coloured washes and painted details make them more<br />

than simply drawings. The conscious lack of idealization<br />

in the pose of the subject is typical for Hepworth at this<br />

time, and indeed she tried not to use professional models,<br />

preferring people such as dancers, whose movements<br />

appealed to her.


Lot 493<br />

§ Banksy (b.1974)<br />

Welcome to Hell, 2004<br />

screenprint in colours, on wove<br />

numbered 128 from an edition<br />

of 175 in pencil, published by<br />

Pictures On Walls.<br />

50 x 35cm.<br />

This work is accompanied by a<br />

certificate of authenticity issued<br />

by Pest Control Office.<br />

£30,000 - 50,000


Lot 494<br />

§ Banksy (b.1974)<br />

Because I’m Worthless, 2004<br />

screenprint in colours, on wove<br />

numbered 155 from an edition<br />

of 175 in pencil, published by<br />

Pictures On Walls.<br />

50 x 35cm.<br />

This work is accompanied by a<br />

certificate of authenticity issued<br />

by Pest Control Office.<br />

£30,000 - 50,000


Lot 495<br />

§ Banksy (b.1974)<br />

Toxic Mary, 2004<br />

screenprint in colours, on wove<br />

numbered 354 from an edition<br />

of 600 in pencil, published by<br />

Pictures On Walls.<br />

70 x 50cm.<br />

This work is accompanied by a<br />

certificate of authenticity issued<br />

by Pest Control Office.<br />

£30,000 - 50,000


Lot 496<br />

§ Fred Yates (1922-2008)<br />

‘Night Life’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed with Studio sale stamp<br />

verso 59 x 59cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 497<br />

§ Peter McLaren (Scottish,<br />

1964-)<br />

‘Shilpi Geo 2’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and inscribed by the artist<br />

verso<br />

105 x 121cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


SILVER & VERTU<br />

At approx. 3.00pm.<br />

498 - 558<br />

550<br />

125


Lot 498<br />

A Queen Anne Britannia<br />

standard provincial silver mug,<br />

by Edmond Richards, with<br />

banded girdle and S-scroll handle,<br />

Exeter, 1709, 11cm, 8.5oz.<br />

Lot 499<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Queen Anne Britannia<br />

standard silver chocolate pot,<br />

by Joseph Ward, of tapering for,<br />

with domed cover and card cut<br />

decoration, London, 1702, height<br />

22.8cm, gross weight 17.5oz.<br />

Lot 500<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An early George II silver mug,<br />

London by Robert Lucas, with<br />

engraved initials to top of handle,<br />

London, 1728, height 10.5cm,<br />

9.5oz.<br />

Lot 501<br />

£250 - 350<br />

An early George I silver kitchen<br />

pepper, no maker’s mark, with<br />

engraved crest, date letter only for<br />

London, 1717, 75mm, 91 grams.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 502<br />

A Georgian silver nutmeg<br />

grater, of mace form, with<br />

detachable column and cover,<br />

unmarked, 77mm.<br />

Lot 503<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A set of three George III<br />

Corinthian silver ionic column<br />

candlesticks, by Thomas<br />

Shephard? and one other<br />

matched candlestick, Smith &<br />

Sharp, London, 1786, on square<br />

bases, with gadrooned border,<br />

all with engraved crest, height<br />

27.8cm, 76oz.<br />

Lot 504<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A George III silver cylindrical<br />

nutmeg grater, by Richard<br />

Gardner, with engraved foliate<br />

decoration and monogram,<br />

London, 1776, 67mm.<br />

Lot 505<br />

£150 - 250<br />

A George III Irish silver dish<br />

ring, maker, R.B?, decorated<br />

with continuous hunting scene<br />

amid woodland, Dublin, 1786?,<br />

base diameter 20.1cm, 13.5oz.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 506<br />

A George III gold mounted<br />

piqué work etui, the interior with<br />

three (ex five) implements, 9cm.<br />

Lot 507<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A German gold mounted<br />

banded agate rectangular<br />

snuff box, the top and base with<br />

bevelled corners, 87mm.<br />

Lot 508<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A pair of George III part<br />

textured silver beakers, by<br />

Henry Chawner, with engraved<br />

crest, London, 1790, 10.6cm,<br />

13oz.<br />

Lot 509<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A George III silver oval teapot,<br />

by Hester Bateman, with<br />

engraved decoration and applied<br />

monogrammed oval patch (to<br />

cover a split), London, 1790,<br />

height 13,5cm, gross weight<br />

11.5oz.<br />

£400 - 600


498<br />

500<br />

499<br />

509<br />

501<br />

502<br />

503<br />

506<br />

505<br />

504<br />

508<br />

507


510<br />

Lot 510<br />

A good pair of George II<br />

embossed silver gilt two<br />

handled pedestal cups and<br />

covers, by Benjamin Gignac,<br />

engraved with tarms of Sherlock<br />

impaling Fontayne, for Thomas<br />

Sherlock (1678-1761), Bishop<br />

of London, Master of the Temple<br />

and for his wife Judith, daughter<br />

of Thomas Fontayne of the<br />

Meltoopn on the Hill, Yorkshire<br />

and decorated with acanthus leaf<br />

and foliate motifs, the covers with<br />

a fruiting pineapple finial, London,<br />

1746/7/8, height 22.3cm, 57oz.<br />

This pair of cups were presented<br />

to Thomas Sherlock in 1748 when<br />

he was elevated to the Bishopric<br />

of London. Provenance: Thomas<br />

Sherlock, Bishop of London<br />

(1678-1761) and his wife Judith<br />

Fontayne and subsequently<br />

Sotheby’s Benacre Hall, Suffolk<br />

auction, May, 2000, lot no. 909.<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

Lot 511<br />

A George III Irish silver<br />

sauceboat, by Matthew West,<br />

embossed with flowers and<br />

vacant cartouche, on three hoof<br />

feet, Dublin, 1788, height 13.2cm,<br />

9.5oz.<br />

Lot 512<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A late George III silver<br />

oval cake basket, by Kirby,<br />

Waterhouse & Co, embossed<br />

with flowers and scrolls, Sheffield,<br />

1819,34.4cm, 38oz.<br />

Lot 513<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A late George IV silver wine<br />

funnel by Charles Fox II, with<br />

engraved crest, gadrooned border<br />

and shell thumbpiece, the fluted<br />

base with muslin ring, London,<br />

1829, 14.8cm, gross 191 grams.<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 514<br />

A pair of George IV silver wine<br />

coasters by Benjamin Smith III,<br />

with gadrooned and shell border,<br />

the central border engraved with<br />

an owl, London, 1824, 15.7cm,<br />

gross weight 20.5oz.<br />

Lot 515<br />

£200 - 400<br />

A pair of George IV silver<br />

mounted wine coasters, by S.C.<br />

Younge & Co, embossed with<br />

fruiting vine decoration, Sheffield,<br />

1824, 16.7cm, gross weight 18oz.<br />

Lot 516<br />

£200 - 400<br />

A late 18th/early 19th century<br />

small American colonial? silver<br />

tumbler cup, with reeded border,<br />

indistinct marks, diameter 79mm,<br />

100 grams.<br />

£250 - 350


517<br />

512<br />

511<br />

520<br />

513<br />

519<br />

514<br />

518<br />

516<br />

Lot 517<br />

A Victorian part canteen<br />

of silver double struck Old<br />

English beaded pattern<br />

cutlery by George Adams,<br />

comprising seventy eight items,<br />

with engraved monogram,<br />

London, 1870/71, weighable<br />

silver 147.5oz, housed in an oak<br />

canteen, together with twenty two<br />

ivorine handled steel knives.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 518<br />

An early Victorian embossed<br />

silver teapot, by William<br />

Moulson, with engraved crest<br />

with coronet and decorated with<br />

foliate scrolls, on mask knees and<br />

scroll feet, London, 1841, gross<br />

29.5oz.<br />

Lot 519<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Victorian silver mounted<br />

glass baluster claret jug, by<br />

Rupert Favell, London, 1887,<br />

height 22cm.<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 520<br />

An early Victorian silver teapot<br />

and matching sugar bowl, by<br />

John Wellby, both engraved<br />

with contemporary inscription<br />

and decorated with flowers and<br />

scrolls, London, 1841, teapot<br />

height 19.6cm, gross weight<br />

44oz. UK APHA Registration of an<br />

ivory item Submission reference:<br />

B9N1X2PC.<br />

£300 - 500


521<br />

Lot 521<br />

A good set of four Victorian<br />

silver two handled oval sauce<br />

tureens and covers, by Edward<br />

& John Barnard, engraved<br />

with the Gooch arms and the<br />

monogram ESG (for Sir Edward<br />

Sherlock Gooch) and decorated<br />

with floral motifs and gadrooned<br />

border, the domed covers with<br />

foliate ring handles, numbered<br />

1 to 4, London, 1864, 22.4cm,<br />

112.5oz, provenance: Sotheby’s<br />

Beneacre Hall, Suffolk sale, May,<br />

2000, Lot no. 867.<br />

Lot 522<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

A late Victorian embossed<br />

silver pedestal punch bowl<br />

by Mappin Brothers (a.f.),<br />

decorated with foliate scrolls,<br />

Sheffield, 1899, diameter 31.2cm,<br />

45.5oz, on ebonised socle.<br />

Lot 523<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

A 20th century Indian four<br />

piece silver tea and coffee<br />

service, embossed with animals<br />

in landscape scene, 82.5oz.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 524<br />

A pair of late 19th century<br />

German 800 standard white<br />

metal Rococo style, five<br />

branch, six light candelabra, by<br />

Vollgold, with acanthus scrolling<br />

arms and waisted scroll stems,<br />

height 51.5cm, weighted.<br />

Lot 525<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

A late 19th century Hanau<br />

pierced silver oval two handled<br />

basket, import marks for William<br />

Moering, London, 1896, 24.5cm<br />

over handles, 13oz.<br />

Lot 526<br />

£250 - 300<br />

A 19th century Chinese Export<br />

silver three piece tea set by<br />

Cumshing? decorated with birds<br />

amid prunus and faux bamboo<br />

handles, gross weight 29.5oz.<br />

UK APHA Registration of an<br />

ivory item Submission reference:<br />

RAD9QFK6.<br />

Lot 527<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A late 19th century Russian 91<br />

zolotnik silver and polychrome<br />

champlevé enamel pedestal<br />

beaker, St. Petersburg, maker<br />

Pavel Sazikov, 1874, height<br />

12.4cm, gross 240 grams.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 528<br />

CARL FABERGE: A late 19th/<br />

early 20th century 88 zolotnik<br />

and red guilloche enamel oval<br />

kovsh, work master Anders<br />

Johan Nevalainen, the ring<br />

handle inset with Catherine The<br />

Great silver coin, 1896-1908<br />

kokoshnik mark, length 10.7cm,<br />

gross weight 137 grams.<br />

Lot 529<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

An unusual 19th century<br />

silver seal?, of mace form, in<br />

three sections, with engraved<br />

decoration, unmarked, 10.2cm.<br />

Lot 530<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A German 800 standard parcel<br />

gilt silver Byzantine style<br />

rectangular casket, by Paul<br />

Telge, Berlin, decorated with<br />

classical figures and fruiting vines,<br />

the interior with velvet lining,<br />

19.6cm , gross weight 54.5oz, no<br />

key.<br />

£2,500 - 3,000


522<br />

531<br />

524<br />

528<br />

523<br />

529<br />

525<br />

533<br />

527<br />

Lot 531<br />

530<br />

A 20th century Japanese Meiji<br />

period silver vase, c.1900,<br />

decorated in trompe l’oeil,<br />

imitating a woven basket effect,<br />

applied with sakura branches,<br />

cherry blossom Marked jungun<br />

(pure silver), width 12.5cm, height<br />

16.9cm, 13oz.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 532<br />

An Edwardian Art Nouveau<br />

Scottish silver two handled fruit<br />

bowl, by Hamilton & Inches,<br />

of panelled circular form, with<br />

pierced stylised handles and<br />

feet, Edinburgh, 1902, width over<br />

handles, 37cm, 47oz.<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 533<br />

526<br />

An Edwardian silver mounted<br />

glass combination pocket<br />

watch holder/inkwell, by John<br />

Charles Grinsell, the watch<br />

with Roman dial and subsidiary<br />

seconds, Birmingham, 1906,<br />

height 97mm.<br />

£200 - 300


540<br />

Lot 534<br />

A late 19th/early 20th century<br />

Viennese gold, chrysoprase<br />

and Essex crystal set small<br />

trinket casket, by Josef<br />

Siess Sohne, (1895-1922), of<br />

rectangular form, with applied<br />

foliate decoration, five Essex<br />

crystals and four cabochon<br />

chrysoprase, on four rustic feet,<br />

with velvet lined interior, maker’s<br />

mark SJS, Austro-Hungarian<br />

1872-1922 580/1000 finesse<br />

mark, gross 70.1 grams, length<br />

56mm, in fitted leather box.<br />

Lot 535<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A George V Arts & Crafts<br />

planished silver mounted Mazar<br />

bowl, by Albert Edward Jones,<br />

diameter 14cm, gross weight<br />

8.5oz.<br />

Lot 536<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An Edwardian silver salver,<br />

by Hawksworth, Eyre & Co, of<br />

shaped circular form, with shell<br />

scroll border, on tree pad feet,<br />

London, 1907, 30.5cm, 29.5oz.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 537<br />

An early 20th century Chinese<br />

Export three piece silver tea<br />

set and matching silver inlaid<br />

hardwood two handled tea tray,<br />

by Luen Hing?, with engraved<br />

monogram and planished and<br />

applied dragon decoration, gross<br />

35.5oz, tray 61.6cm over handles.<br />

UK APHA Registration of an<br />

ivory item Submission reference:<br />

YGW6B327.<br />

Lot 538<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A pair of late Victorian silver<br />

two branch, three light<br />

Corinthian column candelabra,<br />

by Aldwinckle & Slater, with<br />

acanthus scroll arms and stepped<br />

square bases, with flambe<br />

extinguishers and later engraved<br />

inscription, London, 1893, height<br />

60cm, weighted.<br />

Lot 539<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A mid 20th century harlequin<br />

part canteen of Danish 830<br />

standard flatware by Broderne,<br />

W & S Sorensen, comprising fifty<br />

one items and two similar items,<br />

weighable silver 43oz.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 540<br />

A good George V Georg Jensen<br />

planished silver Grape pattern<br />

oval pedestal fruit bowl, design<br />

no. 296, with four fruiting vine<br />

drop ring handles and lobed foot<br />

with conforming decoration and<br />

engraved with foliage, import<br />

marks for George Stockwell,<br />

London, 1926, length 36.2cm,<br />

57.5oz.<br />

Lot 541<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

A pair of 1920’s Danish Georg<br />

Jensen silver salad servers,<br />

with spiral stems and owl<br />

terminals, one with cabochon<br />

eyes, import marks for George<br />

Stockwell, London, 1926, 19.5cm,<br />

gross 152 grams.<br />

Lot 542<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

An early 20th century Georg<br />

Jensen 65-piece canteen of<br />

beaded pattern silver cutlery,<br />

import marks for George<br />

Stockwell, London, 1927/8/9,<br />

weighable silver 81oz, housed<br />

in a mahogany two handled<br />

canteen.<br />

£2,500 - 3,500


535<br />

536<br />

539<br />

537<br />

534<br />

538<br />

545<br />

542<br />

541<br />

544<br />

543<br />

Lot 543<br />

A 1920’s Georg Jensen silver<br />

Louvre pattern pedestal bowl,<br />

design no. 180 B, Jensen<br />

marks to base, import marks for<br />

George Stockwell, London, 1924,<br />

diameter 14cm, 8oz.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 544<br />

A pair of 20th century Italian<br />

800 standard silver gilt and<br />

malachite mounted rock crystal<br />

candlesticks, with square stems<br />

and square bases, post 1968<br />

mark, height 27cm.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 545<br />

A stylish 1920’s Danish silver<br />

pedestal bowl, assayers mark<br />

for Christian F. Heise (1904-<br />

1932), of heptagonal form, with<br />

berry and leaf border and pierced<br />

stem, on shaped circular foot,<br />

diameter 30.6cm, 44oz.<br />

£800 - 1,200


554<br />

Lot 546<br />

A George VI octagonal silver<br />

two handled tea tray, by Mappin<br />

& Webb, Sheffield, 1946, 59.8cm<br />

over handles, 97oz.<br />

Lot 547<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A large 1980’s textured parcel<br />

gilt silver centrepiece, modelled<br />

as a swan, by Mappin &Webb,<br />

London, 1984, height 28.4cm,<br />

142.25oz.<br />

Lot 548<br />

£2,200 - 2,600<br />

An early to mid 20th century<br />

German silver gilt mounted<br />

gilt rock crystal pedestal dish,<br />

by Gayer & Krauss, diameter<br />

11.7cm, gross weight 9oz.<br />

Lot 549<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A pair of George V silver salt<br />

cellars, with cut glass liners, of<br />

octagonal form, with Greek key<br />

borders, on cabriole lions paw<br />

feet, Pairpoint Brothers, London,<br />

1914, length 13.7cm, 17oz.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 550<br />

A large George V silver<br />

mounted oak presentation<br />

spade, by Vaughton & Sons,<br />

with inscription relating to Lady<br />

Holden cutting the first sod of<br />

the Cotton Spinning Mills, in<br />

Sharples, Bolton, Birmingham,<br />

1913, 87.5cm.<br />

Lot 551<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An Art Deco Maple & Co walnut<br />

and ivory beaded necessaire<br />

poudreuse table, c.1934, part<br />

fitted with five silver and enamel<br />

toilet jars by George Betjeman<br />

& Sons Ltd, London, 1933/4, UK<br />

APHA registration of an ivory item<br />

submission reference: MZY65LLU<br />

Lot 552<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A large 1930’s silver mounted<br />

rectangular cigar box, by<br />

Adie Brothers, with Celtic knot<br />

decoration, on conforming feet,<br />

Birmingham, 1936, with Irish<br />

import marks, 24cm, gross<br />

55.5oz.<br />

Lot 553<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A George V silver salver, by<br />

Adie Brothers, of shaped circular<br />

form, with shell border, on three<br />

scroll feet, Birmingham, 1932,<br />

38.7cm, 44oz.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 554<br />

A 1930’ silver two handled<br />

tea tray, by Walker & Hall, or<br />

rounded rectangular form, with<br />

gadrooned and shell border and<br />

engraved decoration, Sheffield,<br />

1936, 74cm over handles, 134oz.<br />

Lot 555<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A George IV silver two-handled<br />

rounded rectangular tea<br />

tray, by The Barnards, with<br />

gadrooned border and later<br />

engrave monogram, London,<br />

1829, 57cm over handles, 63.5oz.<br />

Lot 556<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

A 20th century planished<br />

sterling silver rectangular<br />

flask by Ahrendt & Kautzman,<br />

stamped Cartier and six<br />

sterling similar graduated tots,<br />

signed Cartier, all with vacant<br />

cartouche, the flask stamped<br />

Cartier and numbered A672X,<br />

flask 22.3cm, largest tot 4.4cm,<br />

gross weight 30.5oz.<br />

Lot 557<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A late 1970’s parcel gilt silver<br />

coffee pot, modelled as a<br />

dallah, by Asprey & Co Ltd,<br />

London, 1979, height 30cm, 38oz.<br />

Lot 558<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A mid 20th century gold<br />

mounted samorodok decorated<br />

silver rectangular box, by<br />

Jacques Cartier, the lid interior<br />

engraved with the ‘ Voyage<br />

au Congo du 20 Fevrier au 14<br />

Avril, 1957’, the base with plaque<br />

engraved with French inscription,<br />

London, 1957, 25.2cm, gross<br />

weight 63.5oz.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000


551<br />

547<br />

550<br />

557<br />

548<br />

555<br />

552<br />

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546


WATCHES,JEWELLERY,<br />

COINS & MEDALS<br />

At approx. 3.30pm.<br />

559-717


559<br />

561<br />

560 562 563<br />

Lot 559<br />

An early 20th century 18k gold<br />

Vacheron & Constantin keyless<br />

hunter dress pocket watch,<br />

the textured case decorated with<br />

eagle on a branch, the Arabic dial<br />

with subsidiary seconds, case<br />

numbered 200493, the signed<br />

movement numbered 332074,<br />

case diameter 49mm, gross<br />

weight 88.8 grams, with box.<br />

Lot 560<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

An early 20th century Rolex<br />

935 silver, blue enamel and<br />

paste set keyless open face<br />

fob watch, the inner case signed<br />

W&D (Wilsdorf & Davies),case<br />

diameter 32mm, gross weight<br />

27.8 grams.<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

Lot 561<br />

WWI interest: W G Wright,<br />

East Surrey Regiment 9ct<br />

gold presentation open faced<br />

keyless lever pocket watch,<br />

hallmarked for Birmingham,<br />

1915, with Roman dial 1914-5<br />

star, various shooting medals<br />

and a German soldier’s alarm<br />

pocket watch.<br />

Lot 562<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A Victorian engine turned 18ct<br />

gold hunter keywind pocket<br />

watch, by James McCabe,<br />

Royal Exchange, London, the<br />

signed movement numbered<br />

18870, with engraved crest, case<br />

diameter 44mm, gross weight<br />

75.3 grams.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 563<br />

A gentleman’s early 1980’s<br />

stainless steel Omega<br />

Seamaster Professional ‘The<br />

First Watch Worn On The Moon’<br />

manual wind wrist watch,<br />

on stainless steel Omega<br />

bracelet, with black dial and three<br />

subsidiary dials, movement c.861,<br />

case diameter 40mm, no box or<br />

papers.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


564<br />

565<br />

566<br />

567<br />

Lot 564<br />

A gentleman’s 9ct gold Jaeger<br />

LeCoultre manual wind dress<br />

wrist watch, on associated<br />

strap, with baton numerals<br />

and subsidiary seconds, case<br />

diameter 34mm, gross weight 31<br />

grams, no box or papers.<br />

Lot 565<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A gentleman’s 1950’s 18ct<br />

gold Omega Automatic wrist<br />

watch, with French 18ct gold<br />

mark, on an associated French<br />

18ct gold bracelet, with baton<br />

and quarterly Arabic numerals,<br />

movement c.501, overall 22.7cm,<br />

gross weight 85.1 grams, with an<br />

Omega box, no papers.<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

568<br />

Lot 566<br />

A lady’s steel and gold Santos<br />

De Cartier quartz wrist watch,<br />

with Roman dial and cabochon<br />

set winding crown, case back<br />

numbered 1567 BB182123, on a<br />

stainless steel Cartier bracelet, no<br />

box or papers.<br />

Lot 567<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A gentleman’s 1970’s stainless<br />

steel Favre Leuba Sea Sky<br />

chronograph manual wind<br />

wrist watch, with baton numerals<br />

and three subsidiary dials, the<br />

blue bakelite rotating bezel with<br />

minute markers, Valjoux cal.72<br />

movement, cased diameter<br />

43mm, on a rubber strap, no box<br />

or papers.<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

569<br />

Lot 568<br />

A gentleman’s 1950’s stainless<br />

steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual<br />

wrist watch, with baton<br />

numerals, on stainless steel Rolex<br />

bracelet, numbered 6355, model<br />

no. 6564, serial no. 81933, no box<br />

or papers.<br />

Lot 569<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A lady’s steel and gold Cartier<br />

Panthere quartz wrist watch,<br />

with Roman dial and cabochon<br />

set crown, on Cartier steel and<br />

gold bracelet, no box or papers.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


570<br />

571<br />

572<br />

Lot 570<br />

A gentleman’s 1950’s Tudor<br />

Prince Oysterdate 34 rotor selfwinding<br />

wrist watch, with black<br />

dial, baton and quarterly Arabic<br />

numerals and date aperture,<br />

case back numbered 7914 over<br />

190767 and engraved ‘R.E.<br />

Cooper’, on a stainless steel<br />

Rolex bracelet, with box and<br />

original receipt dated 24th April,<br />

1955 and later service receipts,<br />

case diameter 35mm.<br />

Lot 571<br />

573<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A gentleman’s late 1920’s<br />

silver cushion cased Rolex<br />

manual wind wrist watch,<br />

with sunburst Arabic dial and<br />

subsidiary seconds, the inner<br />

case back numbered 64946 and<br />

import marked for Glasgow, 1928,<br />

case diameter 29mm, on a later<br />

associated flexible bracelet.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 572<br />

A gentleman’s 1980’s 18k gold<br />

Baume & Mercier quartz dress<br />

wrist watch, on a Baume &<br />

Mercier 18k gold bracelet, with<br />

blue dial, dot markers and date<br />

aperture, case back numbered<br />

15348, cased diameter 31mm,<br />

gross weight, 77.8 grams, overall<br />

length, 19.7cm, no box or papers<br />

Lot 573<br />

574<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A gentleman’s rare late 1960’s<br />

stainless steel Longines<br />

Flyback manual wind<br />

chronograph wrist watch, ref.<br />

7413, serial number 15,612,614,<br />

movement c.530 (also called<br />

30CH), the silvered dial with<br />

baton numerals, two subsidiary<br />

dials and outer telemetre<br />

markers, case diameter 38mm,<br />

on associated leather strap,<br />

with Longines Extract from the<br />

Archives certificate.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 574<br />

A gentleman’s very rare early<br />

1950’s stainless steel Longines<br />

30CH Flyback chronograph<br />

manual wind wrist watch, ref.<br />

5965, serial number 7,748,805,<br />

the Arabic dial with two subsidiary<br />

dials, movement c.30CH cased<br />

diameter 36mm, on Longines<br />

strap, with Longines Extract from<br />

the Archives certificate.<br />

Lot 575<br />

575<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

A gentleman’s rare early<br />

1940’s 10k gold filled Longines<br />

‘Stopwatch’ second, manual<br />

wind wrist watch, serial<br />

number 6,120,684, stop second<br />

movement c.12.68Z, with Arabic<br />

dial and subsidiary seconds, case<br />

diameter 31mm, on associated<br />

leather strap, with Longines<br />

Extract from the Archives<br />

certificate.<br />

£3,000 - 5,000


576<br />

577<br />

578<br />

579<br />

Lot 576<br />

A gentleman’s rare 1940’s<br />

stainless steel Longines<br />

Flyback chronograph manual<br />

wind wrist watch, ref. 4994,<br />

serial number 6,411,516,<br />

movement c.13ZN, case<br />

diameter 37mm, on associated<br />

leather strap, with Longines<br />

Extract from the Archives<br />

certificate.<br />

Lot 577<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A gentleman’s rare early<br />

20th century Longines 900<br />

standard silver manual wind<br />

chronograph wrist watch,<br />

serial number 2,965,796,<br />

movement c.13.33Z, the white<br />

dial with Arabic numerals and two<br />

subsidiary dials, on associated<br />

leather strap, case diameter<br />

35mm, with Longines Extract from<br />

the Archives certificate.<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

580<br />

Lot 578<br />

A gentleman’s rare mid<br />

1960’s stainless steel Omega<br />

Speedmaster ‘Ed White’ manual<br />

wind chronograph wrist watch,<br />

with three subsidiary dials, ref.<br />

ST 105.003, movement c.321<br />

and numbered 22081504, cased<br />

diameter 40mm, on stainless steel<br />

Omega bracelet numbered 633,<br />

with original purchaser booklet,<br />

dated 5/5/65, later Omega box.<br />

Lot 579<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

A gentleman’s late 20th<br />

century 18ct gold Patek<br />

Philippe automatic dress<br />

wrist watch, on integral Patek<br />

Philippe 18ct gold bracelet,<br />

inner case numbered 2778383,<br />

ref, 3445/106, movement no.<br />

11232590, movement c.27-460M,<br />

overall 19cm, gross weight 110.1<br />

grams, no box or papers.<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

581<br />

Lot 580<br />

A gentleman’s mid 1980’s<br />

stainless steel Rolex Oyster<br />

Perpetual Datejust wrist watch,<br />

on a stainless steel Rolex<br />

bracelet, with baton numerals<br />

and date aperture, model no.<br />

16030, serial no. 8465104, case<br />

diameter 36mm, with box and<br />

papers.<br />

Lot 581<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A gentleman’s early 1980’s<br />

steel and gold Rolex Oyster<br />

Perpetual Datejust wrist watch,<br />

on a steel and gold Rolex<br />

bracelet, with Roman dial, model<br />

no. 6016, serial no. 6665005,<br />

case diameter 35mm, with box<br />

and spare links.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


582<br />

583<br />

584<br />

Lot 582<br />

A gentleman’s 1980’s 18ct gold<br />

and diamond set Rolex Cellini<br />

manual wind dress wrist watch,<br />

on 18ct gold Rolex bracelet,<br />

with ‘blind’ dial and diamond<br />

set octagonal bezel, case back<br />

numbered 1650 and 6923981,<br />

case diameter 27mm, gross<br />

weight 121.7 grams, no box or<br />

papers.<br />

Lot 583<br />

585<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

A gentleman’s 1980’s 18ct<br />

gold Rolex Cellini manual wind<br />

dress octagonal wrist watch,<br />

on 18ct gold Rolex bracelet<br />

embossed with the word<br />

‘Rolex’, with Roman dial, the<br />

back engraved with Oman Royal<br />

crest and numbered 4943 and<br />

8950676, case diameter 29mm,<br />

gross weight 97.1 grams, overall<br />

length 21cm, no box or papers.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 584<br />

A China 1900 medal to L.<br />

-Corpl. F.W. Fowler. Shanghai<br />

Volunteers<br />

Lot 585<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A George V two colour 9ct gold<br />

presentation snooker medal<br />

‘Bellevue Recreation Club<br />

Victory Medal’ back engraved<br />

with previous winners, 84mm,<br />

40.4 grams, Birmingham, 1921.<br />

Lot 586<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Orders and medals, GCMG<br />

and GCVO to Rt. Hon. Sir Cecil<br />

Arthur Spring Rice (1859-1918)<br />

comprising Order of St. Michael<br />

and St. George Knights Grand<br />

Cross star and sash badge<br />

(GCMG), Knights Grand Cross<br />

star and neck badge (GCVO)<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 586A<br />

586<br />

586A<br />

Orders and medals, a KCMG<br />

and CVO to Sir Oswald Raynor<br />

Arthur (1905-1973) and a GCVO<br />

and MBE awarded to other<br />

family members comprising<br />

Order of St. Michael and St.<br />

George Knight Commanders star<br />

and neck badge, Royal Victorian<br />

Order Commander’s neck badge<br />

(CVO), an MBE to Sir Oswald’s<br />

wife Elizabeth Spring Rice (1906-<br />

1994) and an additional Knight<br />

Grand Cross, Royal Victorian<br />

Order (GCVO) most likely<br />

awarded in 1904 to Rt. Hon. Sir<br />

Frank Cavendish Lascelles (1841-<br />

1920) who was the maternal<br />

grandfather of Elizabeth Spring<br />

Rice.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 587<br />

UK coins, a cased Victoria 1893<br />

gold and silver proof coin set,<br />

nine original proof coins - gold<br />

half sovereign, sovereign and five<br />

pounds, silver 3d to crown, toned.<br />

Associated non proof 1893 gold<br />

two pounds,<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

Lot 588<br />

UK coins, a cased Victoria 1887<br />

Golden Jubilee gold and silver<br />

proof eleven coin set, Gold half<br />

sovereign, sovereign, two pounds<br />

and five pounds, silver 3d to<br />

crown, toned<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

587<br />

Lot 589<br />

UK coins, a cased George V<br />

1911 coronation gold and silver<br />

proof ten coin set, Comprising<br />

gold sovereign and half<br />

sovereign, silver maundy 1d to<br />

4d, and silver sixpence to crown,<br />

toned<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

588<br />

589


Lot 590<br />

A 19th century gold and<br />

bloodstone set intaglio ring,<br />

carved with crest and motto, the<br />

shank with carved and engraved<br />

scroll decoration, size L, gross<br />

weight 8.2 grams.<br />

Lot 591<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A large antique style gold and<br />

intaglio white stone set ring,<br />

the stone carved with a horse<br />

and inscribed ‘Tinker’, mounted<br />

in a heavy carved gold shank and<br />

setting, size P/Q, gross weight<br />

24.3 grams.<br />

Lot 592<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A 19th century gold, pink<br />

topaz, seed pearl, citrine<br />

and aquamarine set choker<br />

necklace, with flower head motifs<br />

and set with oval cut stones,<br />

34cm, gross 26.9 grams.<br />

Lot 593<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

A 19th century pierced three<br />

colour gold, pink topaz,<br />

moonstone, citrine and<br />

aquamarine set bracelet. of<br />

foliate design, approx. 17cm,<br />

gross 31 grams.<br />

Lot 594<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

A 19th century gold, blue<br />

enamel and rose cut diamond<br />

set oval brooch, set with<br />

nineteen stones, 34mm, gross<br />

weight 8.7 grams.<br />

£800 - 900<br />

Lot 595<br />

A late 18th/early 19th century<br />

French? gold and polychrome<br />

enamel oval snuff box, the<br />

central scene with birds and ruins,<br />

the top side and base with blue<br />

guilloche enamelled panels and<br />

green enamel borders, indistinct<br />

marks, 59mm, gross weight 57.8<br />

grams, enamel a.f.<br />

Lot 596<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

An early 19th century gold muff<br />

chain, with bright cut and textured<br />

circular links and cannetile work<br />

rectangular shaped clasp, 120cm,<br />

86.9 grams.<br />

Lot 597<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

An early 20th century pierced<br />

and engraved silver gilt and<br />

gem set choker necklace, in the<br />

Suffragette colours, with flower<br />

head and elongated links, 32cm,<br />

in fitted Harvey & Gore gilt tooled<br />

leather box.<br />

Lot 598<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 20th century<br />

continental gold and diamond<br />

chip set twin dolphin crossover<br />

ring, with textured ‘scale’<br />

shoulders, size G, gross 19.2<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 599<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Victorian pierced gold,<br />

silver and rose cut diamond<br />

set pendant brooch, of shaped<br />

circular form, verso with inset pink<br />

pear shaped gem stone?, 29mm,<br />

gross weight 8.9 grams.<br />

£1,000 - 1,200<br />

Lot 600<br />

A George III gold, foil backed<br />

garnet and rose cut diamond<br />

set three stone ring, with pierced<br />

shoulders and fluted ring head<br />

setting, size K/L, gross weight 1.8<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 601<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A 19th century gold overlaid,<br />

emerald and diamond set<br />

double sided Blackamoor<br />

seal pendant, the carnelian<br />

matrix carved with the bust of<br />

a gentleman to sinister, overall<br />

46mm, gross weight 12.3 grams.<br />

Lot 602<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A George II gold, black enamel<br />

and rock crystal set mourning<br />

ring, the shank inscribed ‘T.P. OB.<br />

24 MAR. 1743. AE 53. M.P. 25<br />

MAR 1744. AE. 43’, size K, gross<br />

weight 3.6 grams.<br />

Lot 603<br />

£300 - 400<br />

An 19th century gold, rose cut<br />

diamond and blue guilloche<br />

enamel set marquise shaped<br />

ring, with diamond set split<br />

shoulders, size J/K, gross 3<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 604<br />

£250 - 350<br />

An 18th century gold and<br />

rock crystal and diamond set<br />

mourning ring, with plaited hair<br />

beneath the crystal and two stone<br />

diamond set shoulders ,size K,<br />

gross weight 2.8 grams.<br />

£300 - 400


590<br />

591<br />

594<br />

602<br />

604<br />

600<br />

603<br />

598<br />

595<br />

592<br />

593<br />

596<br />

597<br />

599<br />

601


Lot 605<br />

A Victorian gold, four stone<br />

garnet and three stone split<br />

pearl set mourning pendant<br />

brooch, with pear shaped garnets<br />

and pierced scroll border, 48mm,<br />

gross 15.6 grams.<br />

Lot 606<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A 19th century gold, silver and<br />

diamond cluster drop pendant<br />

brooch, set with old mine stones,<br />

with articulated lower section,<br />

the largest stone approximately<br />

0.45ct, overall 48mm, gross<br />

weight 16.9 grams.<br />

Lot 607<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A 19th century continental gold,<br />

silver and old cut diamond set<br />

pear shaped drop pendant, on<br />

a later fine link chain, overall<br />

48mm, gross weight 9.2 grams.<br />

Lot 608<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Victorian gold, silver and<br />

diamond set starburst brooch,<br />

30mm, gross weight 6.7 grams.<br />

Lot 609<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Victorian 15ct gold necklace,<br />

with engraved rectangular and<br />

oval links, 42cm, 26.1 grams.<br />

Lot 610<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Victorian gold and silver,<br />

diamond and split pearl set<br />

brooch, modelled as a ‘chapeau<br />

gules turned up ermine’ or<br />

heraldic cap of maintenance,<br />

set with old mine cut diamonds<br />

including cushion cut stone<br />

weighing approximately 1.00ct,<br />

with detachable brooch fitting,<br />

54mm, gross weight 15.6 grams.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 611<br />

A William IV gold, split pearl<br />

and sardonyx set mourning<br />

ring, the oval hardstone carved<br />

with a moth, the underside of the<br />

ring head with plaited hair below a<br />

glazed panel, the shank inscribed<br />

‘John Bridge who died 9th April,<br />

1834, in his 80th year’, size K,<br />

gross 5.3 grams.<br />

Lot 612<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An 18ct white gold and nine<br />

stone diamond flower head<br />

cluster ring, the central stone<br />

approximately 0.25ct, size N,<br />

gross weight 3.7 grams.<br />

Lot 613<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 20th century gold,<br />

sardonyx hardstone cameo<br />

and split pearl set oval brooch,<br />

carved with the bust of a lady,<br />

60mm, gross weight 42.3 grams.<br />

Lot 614<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A late Victorian 15ct gold coral<br />

bead and seed pearl set part<br />

cannetile work hinged bangle,<br />

inner diameter 56mm, gross<br />

weight 29 grams, with box.<br />

Lot 615<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A Victorian engraved and<br />

facetted link mourning bracelet,<br />

with pear shaped foil backed?<br />

garnet set heart shape padlock,<br />

verso with plaited hair beneath<br />

a glazed panel and inscribed ‘P.<br />

Powell Born 27th April, 1792, Died<br />

16th June, 1850’, bracelet 18cm,<br />

padlock 35mm, gross weight 22.9<br />

grams, in fitted leather box.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 616<br />

A Victorian gold and silver,<br />

diamond, amethyst, sapphire<br />

and aquamarine? set butterfly<br />

brooch, diameter 39mm, gross<br />

weight 7.3 grams.<br />

Lot 617<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A cased Victorian gold, seed<br />

pearl and blue enamel parure,<br />

comprising a hinged bangle,<br />

tassel pendant brooch and pair<br />

of tassel earrings, brooch drop<br />

87mm, gross weight 48.8 grams,<br />

in fitted leather box.<br />

Lot 618<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A 19th century gold, sapphire<br />

and rose cut diamond set<br />

hinged bangle, with central<br />

heart and coronet motif, interior<br />

diameter 56mm, gross weight 8.4<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 619<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A Victorian style 18ct gold<br />

and fifteen stone diamond set<br />

marquise cluster dress ring,<br />

with fluted shoulders, size P,<br />

gross weight 5.6 grams.<br />

Lot 620<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Victorian gold and silver,<br />

emerald cut amethyst and<br />

diamond cluster set brooch, of<br />

quatrefoil shape, 31mm, gross<br />

weight 5.7 grams.<br />

£300 - 400


610<br />

605<br />

607<br />

609<br />

606<br />

611<br />

608<br />

619<br />

614<br />

620<br />

617<br />

615<br />

616<br />

613<br />

618<br />

612


Lot 621<br />

A late 19th century Austro-<br />

Hungarian 14k gold and<br />

turquoise set demi parure,<br />

comprising an ova pendant<br />

brooch and pair of matching<br />

drop earrings, 14k Prague mark,<br />

pendant overall 52mm, earrings<br />

overall 33mm, gross weight 13.1<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 622<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A Victorian, gold, silver and<br />

graduated twenty one stone<br />

diamond set crescent brooch,<br />

the largest stone approximately<br />

estimated as 0.25ct, 43mm, gross<br />

5 grams.<br />

Lot 623<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Victorian gold and silver,<br />

diamond, ruby, sapphire and<br />

split pearl set butterfly brooch,<br />

diameter 42mm, gross weight<br />

14.6 grams, three stones missing.<br />

Lot 624<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A 19th century Italian gold and<br />

micro mosaic set drop pendant<br />

brooch, decorated with doves<br />

of peace and inscribed ‘Amore E<br />

Fede’, with glazed panel verso,<br />

61mm, gross weight 17.4 grams.<br />

Lot 625<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A late 19th Viennese gold,<br />

Essex crystal and rose cut<br />

diamond set diamond shaped<br />

brooch, set with four corner<br />

panels, depicting, a swallow,<br />

ladybird, clover and toadstool,<br />

indistinct maker’s mark, 24mm ,<br />

gross 4 grams.<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 626<br />

A late Victorian engraved gold,<br />

gypsy set three stone diamond<br />

and four stone sapphire set<br />

hinged bangle, interior diameter<br />

54mm, gross 11.1 grams.<br />

Lot 627<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A platinum and single stone<br />

diamond ring, with diamond<br />

chip set shoulders, the stone<br />

weighing approximately 1.00ct<br />

size I, gross weight 2.3 grams.<br />

Lot 628<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A Victorian gold, sapphire and<br />

diamond cluster set hinged<br />

bangle, interior diameter approx.<br />

57mm, cluster 19mm, gross<br />

weight 10.4 grams.<br />

Lot 629<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A white gold and collet set<br />

three stone diamond ring,<br />

the central stone weight<br />

approximately 2.08ct, the outer<br />

stones each approximately 0.30ct,<br />

size M, gross weight 5 grams.<br />

Lot 630<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

A Victorian style diamond<br />

encrusted and ruby set brooch,<br />

modelled as a pelican, with<br />

textured feathers, 25mm, gross<br />

weight 4.7 grams.<br />

Lot 631<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Victorian style white gold,<br />

diamond encrusted and<br />

cabochon garnet set brooch,<br />

modelled as a running fox, with<br />

textured fur, 45mm, gross weight,<br />

13.8 grams.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 632<br />

A 19th century gold and silver,<br />

pink topaz and diamond set<br />

openwork oval brooch, 24mm,<br />

gross weight 3.6 grams.<br />

Lot 633<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A late Victorian 15ct gold and<br />

seed pearl set drop pendant<br />

necklace, of scrolling form, with<br />

rope twist chain, 48cm, gross<br />

weight 15.9 grams, in a gilt tooled<br />

leather box.<br />

Lot 634<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Victorian gold and cameo<br />

agate set oval drop tassel<br />

brooch, the stone carved with<br />

the bust of a lady to sinister, 8cm,<br />

gross weight 32.5 grams.<br />

Lot 635<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A modern 18ct white gold,<br />

sapphire and diamond set oval<br />

cluster pendant, the sapphire<br />

weighing approx. 3.60ct, the<br />

diamonds with an approx. total<br />

weight of 2.20ct, overall 27mm,<br />

gross 6.3 grams.<br />

Lot 636<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A modern 18ct white gold and<br />

nine stone diamond set flower<br />

head cluster ring, the central<br />

stone weighing approximately<br />

0.35ct, size O, gross weight 4.2<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 637<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Victorian gold, silver and<br />

graduated thirteen stone<br />

diamond set crescent brooch,<br />

the largest stone approximately<br />

0.50ct, 20cm, gross 3 grams.<br />

£800 - 1,200


627<br />

621<br />

623<br />

631<br />

622<br />

625<br />

632<br />

626<br />

624<br />

628<br />

629<br />

636<br />

630<br />

633 634<br />

635<br />

637


Lot 638<br />

An antique Tiffany & Co gold<br />

and single stone cushion cut<br />

rubellite set dress ring, with<br />

pierced settings and stylised scroll<br />

work carved shoulders, signed,<br />

size P, gross weight 13.2 grams.<br />

Lot 639<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Victorian cased travelling<br />

polychromatic metal bangle<br />

template set, containing eighteen<br />

numbered assorted mainly foliate<br />

designs, of varying widths, in<br />

fitted case, case 20.5cm by<br />

19.5cm.<br />

Lot 640<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A pair of Swiss gold,<br />

polychrome enamel and seed<br />

pearl set double sided drop<br />

earrings, of demi-lune form, with<br />

urn finial, width 36mm, gross<br />

weight 12.5 grams.<br />

Lot 641<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

An Edwardian gold and<br />

graduated oval cut sapphire<br />

and rose cut diamond set<br />

crescent brooch, 29mm, gross<br />

weight 4.1 grams.<br />

Lot 642<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An early 20th century gold,<br />

three stone diamond and four<br />

stone split pearl set bar brooch,<br />

44mm, gross weight 6.8 grams.<br />

Lot 643<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Victorian gold and diamond<br />

cluster set hinged bangle, with<br />

central flower head motif, interior<br />

diameter approx. 58mm, gross<br />

weight 15.5 grams, in fitted box.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 644<br />

A 1960’s 18ct gold and solitaire<br />

diamond ring, the stone<br />

weighing approximately 0.50ct,<br />

gross weight 3.1 grams.<br />

Lot 645<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Belle Epoque gold and<br />

silver, sapphire and diamond<br />

set openwork drop pendant<br />

brooch, set with round and rose<br />

cut diamonds and round and<br />

shaped cut sapphires, 48mm,<br />

gross weight 5.6 grams.<br />

Lot 646<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 20th century gold and<br />

silver, cultured pearl, ruby and<br />

diamond cluster set diamond<br />

shaped brooch, 41mm, gross 5.2<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 647<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Belle Epoque pierced<br />

white gold and millegrain<br />

set diamond cluster set clip<br />

brooch, of ‘Y’ shape, with foliate<br />

engraved clip, 27mm, gross<br />

weight 6.7 grams.<br />

Lot 648<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An antique gold, ruby and old<br />

cut diamond set circular cluster<br />

ring, size K, gross 4.6 grams.<br />

Lot 649<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

A Victorian gold, old cut<br />

diamond, ruby and split pearl<br />

set hinged bangle, with central<br />

heart motif and coronet, the<br />

bracelet hinged set with three<br />

graduated rose cut diamonds<br />

(one missing), interior diameter<br />

58mm, gross weight 14.4 grams.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 650<br />

A 1920’s platinum and<br />

millegrain set flower head<br />

cluster upfinger ring, size T,<br />

gross 4.2 grams.,<br />

Lot 651<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 20th century, gold,<br />

platinum, ruby and seed pearl<br />

set brooch, with fan shaped<br />

terminals, 57mm, gross weight<br />

7.2 grams, in Goldsmiths &<br />

Silversmiths gilt tooled leather<br />

box.<br />

Lot 652<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 1920’s pierced white gold and<br />

diamond cluster set brooch,<br />

the central stone weighing<br />

approximately 0.50ct, the two<br />

outer stones approximately 0.25ct<br />

each 44mm, gross weight 6.3<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 653<br />

£1,000 - 1,200<br />

An Edwardian Art Nouveau 9ct<br />

gold and turquoise set drop<br />

pendant, of openwork design,<br />

overall 68mm, gross weight 4.3<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 654<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A 20th century gold, cultured<br />

pearl and diamond set open<br />

work scroll brooch, 29mm,<br />

gross weight 11.1 grams.<br />

£300 - 500


638<br />

640<br />

639<br />

641<br />

644<br />

642<br />

651<br />

643<br />

648<br />

645<br />

650<br />

653<br />

654<br />

646<br />

652<br />

647<br />

649


Lot 655<br />

A pair of white gold, four stone<br />

emerald and single stone oval<br />

cut diamond set drop earrings,<br />

22mm, gross weight 2.6 grams.<br />

Lot 656<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A stylish early to mid 20th<br />

century 18ct gold, black opal<br />

and diamond chip set dress<br />

ring, with graduated cabochon<br />

white opal set scrolling shoulders,<br />

size O, gross weight 4.4 grams.<br />

Lot 657<br />

£250 - 350<br />

A Belle Epoque gold and<br />

platinum, emerald, diamond<br />

and seed pearl set twin ribbon<br />

bow bar brooch, lacking one<br />

pearl, 43mm, gross 6.5 grams.<br />

Lot 658<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A 19th century gold, silver and<br />

diamond cluster set articulated<br />

drop pendant, 41mm, gross 2.8<br />

grams, with associated chain.<br />

Lot 659<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A Belle Epoque gold, emerald<br />

and diamond cluster set<br />

octagonal dress ring, size M,<br />

gross 4 grams.<br />

Lot 660<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A late 1920’s French Cartier<br />

silver gilt, black enamel and<br />

diamond set snuff box, in fitted<br />

gilt tooled leather Cartier box,<br />

with central appliqué set with<br />

nine millegrain set round cut<br />

diamonds, signed Cartier Made In<br />

France and numbered 582, import<br />

marks for Cartier Ltd, London,<br />

1929, 74mm, gross weight 86.1<br />

grams.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 661<br />

A pair of modern 18k gold<br />

diamond and turquoise cluster<br />

set scrolling ear clips, 20mm,<br />

gross weight 10 grams.<br />

Lot 662<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 1920’s gold and platinum,<br />

emerald, seed pearl, diamond<br />

and black onyx set bar brooch,<br />

in a millegrain setting, 68mm,<br />

gross weight 5.7 grams.<br />

Lot 663<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Victorian gold and silver,<br />

amethyst and diamond set<br />

teardrop shaped pendant,<br />

24mm, on a fine link chain, 39cm.<br />

Lot 664<br />

£250 - 350<br />

A white gold and single stone<br />

emerald ring, with six stone<br />

diamond set shoulders, the<br />

emerald measuring 7.4mm by<br />

5.4mm, with a depth of 3.6mm,<br />

size N, gross 2.7 grams.<br />

Lot 665<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A 1930’s Art Deco white gold<br />

and diamond cluster openwork<br />

clip brooch, set with round cut<br />

stones, 29mm, gross weight 7<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 666<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An 18ct gold, sapphire and<br />

diamond set oval cluster dress<br />

ring, the sapphire of a dark green<br />

colour and measuring 9.5mm by<br />

6.5mm, with a depth of 3.1mm,<br />

size M, gross 5.5 grams.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 667<br />

A mid 20th century Art Deco<br />

platinum and diamond cluster<br />

detachable double clip brooch,<br />

f scrolling design, the largest<br />

stones weighing approximately<br />

0.45ct each, width 61mm, gross<br />

weight 25.3 grams.<br />

Lot 668<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An early 20th century<br />

continental gold, enamel and<br />

five stone oval cut amethyst<br />

set drop pendant, of scrolling<br />

design, maker’s mark M RB N?,<br />

61mm, on an earlier 9ct gold<br />

chain, 39cm, gross weight 21<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 669<br />

£300 - 400<br />

An Edwardian 18ct gold<br />

entwined twin serpent ring,<br />

with diamond chip set eyes,<br />

hallmarked for London, 1904, size<br />

L, gross weight 8.6 grams.<br />

Lot 670<br />

£300 - 400<br />

An early 20th century Tiffany<br />

& Co platinum, seed pearl and<br />

diamond set pendant square<br />

open faced dress timepiece,<br />

on a platinum, gold, enamel<br />

and seed pearl set chain,<br />

together with a matching 9ct<br />

bracelet and 9ct earing, with<br />

Arabic dial and pierced millegrain<br />

set diamond border, 32mm, the<br />

chain with oval seed pearl and<br />

enamelled gold baton links, 40cm,<br />

gross weight 30 grams, bracelet<br />

20cm, earing 5cm, gross 13.1<br />

grams, with associated gilt tooled<br />

leather box.<br />

£700 - 1,000


657<br />

655<br />

658<br />

660<br />

656<br />

668<br />

661<br />

667<br />

663<br />

666<br />

664<br />

669<br />

662<br />

670<br />

665<br />

659


Lot 671<br />

A stylish early 20th century<br />

sterling, enamel and baroque<br />

drop pearl set necklace, with<br />

shaped planished central motif<br />

and two similar oval motifs,<br />

maker, F&A, 49cm.<br />

Lot 672<br />

£300 - 400<br />

An early 20th century platinum<br />

and turquoise set pendant,<br />

with diamond chip border and<br />

diamond set bale, on a 15ct<br />

two colour gold fine link chain,<br />

pendant overall 29mm, chain<br />

39cm, gross weight 9.4 grams.<br />

Lot 673<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An 18ct gold and graduated<br />

five stone opal half hoop ring,<br />

with diamond chip spacers, and<br />

carved setting, size S, gross 4.8<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 674<br />

£250 - 350<br />

An 18ct gold, graduated three<br />

stone sapphire and two stone<br />

diamond set half hoop ring,<br />

with carved setting, size M, gross<br />

weight 3.1 grams.<br />

Lot 675<br />

£300 - 400<br />

An early 20th century gold,<br />

enamel and baroque pearl set<br />

drop fringe necklace, in the<br />

manner of Liberty & Co, 46cm,<br />

gross weight 13 grams.<br />

Lot 676<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 20th century 14k gold and<br />

five stone oval cut pink topaz<br />

set drop fringe necklace, 43cm,<br />

gross weight 5.8 grams.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 677<br />

A Victorian style gold, emerald<br />

and diamond set marquise<br />

cluster shaped ring, the central<br />

emerald bordered by ten round<br />

cut diamonds, size I, gross weight<br />

4.3 grams.<br />

Lot 678<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A pair of 20th century white<br />

gold, black onyx and diamond<br />

cluster set drop earrings, of<br />

shaped oval form, overall 4cm,<br />

gross weight 6.1 grams.<br />

Lot 679<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A mid 20th century platinum<br />

and diamond cluster double<br />

clip brooch, set with round and<br />

square cut stones, 46mm, gross<br />

weight 23.6 grams.<br />

Lot 680<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A pair of 18ct white gold and<br />

solitaire diamond set ear<br />

studs, each stone weighing<br />

approximately 0.30ct, gross<br />

weight 1.1 grams.<br />

Lot 681<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early to mid 20th century<br />

continental gold and diamond<br />

set shaped circular cluster ring,<br />

set with old cut stones, the central<br />

cushion cut stone weighing<br />

approximately 0.50ct, size L/M,<br />

gross weight 11.1 grams.<br />

Lot 682<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A cased American? 10ct gold<br />

mounted and chrysoprase<br />

cluster set fringe necklace, set<br />

with oval and pear shaped stones,<br />

50cm, gross weight 18.3 grams,<br />

in fitted gilt tooled leather box.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 683<br />

A modern 750 gold, emerald<br />

cut smoky quartz and diamond<br />

chip set oval pendant, 40mm,<br />

gross weight 34.6 grams.<br />

Lot 684<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A 20th century 14kt gold,<br />

emerald and diamond set<br />

fan shaped pearl necklace<br />

ornament, set with seven rows<br />

of alternating emeralds and<br />

diamonds, width 24mm, gross<br />

weight 7 grams.<br />

Lot 685<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A pair of 20th century 14k gold,<br />

rock crystal and cabochon gem<br />

set demi-lune earrings, 32mm,<br />

gross weight 39.2 grams.<br />

Lot 686<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An early 20th century gold,<br />

white opal and diamond set<br />

circular cluster ring, with<br />

graduated diamond set shoulders,<br />

size T, gross weight 4.9 grams,<br />

Lot 687<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A 20th century 750 yellow gold<br />

fancy link necklace, 80cm, 80.9g<br />

Lot 688<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

A 20th century pair of gold and<br />

cabochon sapphire set oval<br />

earrings, with 9ct butterflies,<br />

17mm, gross 8.4 grams.<br />

Lot 689<br />

£300 - 400<br />

An 18k gold, ruby, sapphire and<br />

diamond set triple band swivel<br />

ring, size M, gross weight 7.2<br />

grams.<br />

£400 - 600


672<br />

671<br />

683<br />

676<br />

674<br />

673<br />

677<br />

675<br />

678<br />

679<br />

682<br />

684<br />

680<br />

687<br />

686<br />

685<br />

688<br />

681<br />

689


Lot 690<br />

An 18ct gold, emerald and<br />

diamond octagonal cluster<br />

ring, with single emerald cut<br />

central stone and thirteen old<br />

cut diamonds, size O, gross 4.1<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 691<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A 20th century Indian Mughal<br />

style gold, polychrome<br />

enamel, diamond, seed<br />

pearl and cabochon ruby set<br />

miniature model of a camel<br />

with two riders, on oval base,<br />

on hardwood stand, oval base<br />

length 71mm, height 62mm, gross<br />

weight 164 grams.<br />

Lot 692<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

A modern 18ct gold, emerald<br />

and diamond set butterfly clip<br />

brooch, with ruby set eyes, oval<br />

and carved oval cut emeralds,<br />

graduated round and baguette cut<br />

diamonds, the whorl motifs detach<br />

to become a pair of ear clips, wing<br />

diameter 91mm, gross weight<br />

69.2 grams.<br />

Lot 693<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A 20th century two colour gold<br />

and diamond set necklace, with<br />

textured yellow gold links, 42cm,<br />

gross weight 33 grams.<br />

Lot 694<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A modern heavy Middle Eastern<br />

gold and diamond set rope<br />

twist drop tassel necklace,<br />

together with a similar gold and<br />

diamond set bracelet, necklace<br />

approx. 52cm, gross 119.2 grams,<br />

bracelet 20cm, gross 80.9 grams.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 695<br />

A stylish suite of Austro-<br />

Hungarian 14k gold and citrine<br />

set jewellery, comprising a<br />

necklace, 47.5cm, bracelet, 19cm<br />

and dress ring, maker’s mark<br />

I*S?, size M, gross weight 80.7<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 696<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

A large gold and single stone<br />

oval cut emerald set dress ring,<br />

with round and princess cut<br />

diamond cluster set shoulders,<br />

the collet set emerald measuring<br />

approximately 19.5mm by<br />

15.3mm, with a depth of 12.4mm,<br />

the shoulders set with fourteen<br />

princess cut diamonds and twenty<br />

eight round cut diamonds, size<br />

Q/R, gross weight 31 grams.<br />

Lot 697<br />

£7,000 - 10,000<br />

An early 20th century gold,<br />

four stone ruby and four stone<br />

diamond set brooch (adapted),<br />

of quatrefoil shape, 23mm, gross<br />

weight 6.5 grams.<br />

Lot 698<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A late 19th/early 20th century<br />

gold and silver, sapphire and<br />

diamond heart shaped cluster<br />

pendant, set with graduated<br />

round cut stones, overall 33mm,<br />

gross weight 5.7 grams.<br />

Lot 699<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A mid 20th century Italian two<br />

colour 18ct gold, green enamel,<br />

ruby and diamond set novelty<br />

clip brooch, modelled as the<br />

rear view of a carriage with<br />

driver, set with baguette and<br />

round cut diamonds and square<br />

cut rubies, 1944-1968 mark,<br />

44mm, gross weight 18 grams.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 700<br />

A 1930’s/1940’s Austro-<br />

Hungarian white gold,<br />

millegrain set diamond, frosted<br />

glass and black enamel<br />

rectangular brooch, with<br />

geometric motifs, 37mm, gross<br />

weight 10 grams.<br />

Lot 701<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 20th century Italian 18ct gold,<br />

coral black onyx and diamond<br />

set drop necklace, 41cm, gross<br />

weight 16.3 grams.<br />

Lot 702<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A modern textured 14ct gold<br />

and amethyst pebble set<br />

necklace and a similar earring,<br />

necklace, 40cmm gross weight<br />

19.3 grams.<br />

Lot 703<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Boucheron 750 gold dress<br />

ring, with spherical ring head<br />

and fluted shoulders, numbered<br />

A804X1302, signed, size N/O, 9.7<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 704<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A modern 18k white gold and<br />

two row graduated baguette cut<br />

diamond set half hoop ring, the<br />

thirty four diamonds with a total<br />

weight of approximately 1.82ct,<br />

size L, gross weight 6.2 grams.<br />

Lot 705<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A pair of textured 18ct gold<br />

modernist earrings, by Andrew<br />

Grima, signed ‘Grima’, 23mm, 5.7<br />

grams.<br />

£600 - 800


694<br />

693<br />

691<br />

703<br />

690<br />

696<br />

697<br />

692<br />

695<br />

701<br />

698<br />

699<br />

705<br />

704<br />

700<br />

702


Lot 706<br />

A 1970’s textured 18ct gold,<br />

turquoise and diamond set<br />

cluster clip brooch, of foliate<br />

design, maker RR Ltd?, 57mm,<br />

gross weight 28.1 grams.<br />

Lot 707<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A modern stylish Italian 750<br />

gold and diamond chip set<br />

modernist brooch, 50mm, gross<br />

weight 13.3 grams.<br />

Lot 708<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A 1920’s George Jensen<br />

sterling silver and two stone<br />

lapis lazuli set drop pendant,<br />

design no. 51, with chain,<br />

pendant 8cm, chain, 57cm.<br />

Lot 709<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 20th century French<br />

18ct gold and white enamel set<br />

novelty pendant, modelled as a<br />

whistle, numbered 1332, makers<br />

mark for GS or CS, overall 45mm,<br />

gross weight 10 grams.<br />

Lot 710<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A pair of white gold, diamond<br />

and cultured pearl set drop<br />

earrings, set with old and rose<br />

cut diamonds, 35mm, gross<br />

weight 5.8 grams.<br />

Lot 711<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A stylish 1960’s textured 18ct<br />

gold and three stone diamond<br />

set bow brooch, 32mm, gross<br />

weight 9.7 grams.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 712<br />

A pair of 1940’s/1950’s<br />

continental gold and diamond<br />

cluster set fan shaped ear clips,<br />

26mm, gross weight 18.1 grams.<br />

Lot 713<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 20th century Cartier ribbed<br />

18ct gold and sapphire set<br />

rectangular cigarette case,<br />

the thumbpiece set with seven<br />

square cut sapphires, with triple<br />

compartmental interior, signed<br />

‘Cartier Paris’, 12.9cm, gross<br />

weight 229.3 grams, with Cartier<br />

pouch.<br />

Lot 714<br />

£10,000 - 15,000<br />

An Art Deco platinum? and<br />

diamond cluster set dress<br />

ring, the central stone weighing<br />

approximately 0.45-0.50ct, size E,<br />

gross weight 6.6 grams.<br />

Lot 715<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A mid 20th century platinum<br />

and single stone diamond ring,<br />

with trapeze cut diamond set<br />

shoulders, the central stone<br />

weighing approximately 2.20ct,<br />

with and estimated colour and<br />

clarity of G/H and SI1, size M,<br />

gross weight 4.3 grams.<br />

Lot 716<br />

£7,000 - 10,000<br />

An 18ct white gold oval cut<br />

aquamarine and six stone<br />

diamond cluster set dress ring,<br />

size O, gross 4.8 grams.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 717<br />

A mid 20th century continental<br />

white gold, facet cut pear<br />

shaped aquamarine and<br />

diamond set drop pendant,<br />

on a diamond set ribbon bow<br />

brooch, 51mm, gross weight 21.9<br />

grams, the aquamarine measures<br />

approx. 36mm, width at widest<br />

point 21mm, depth 13.9mm.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


708<br />

711<br />

706<br />

717<br />

710<br />

716<br />

709<br />

713<br />

712<br />

707<br />

714<br />

715


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