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Gorringe's Autumn Fine Sale 2022

We are delighted to announce that our third Fine Sale of the year on Tuesday 27th September is now LIVE on our website to view.  https://www.gorringes.co.uk/news/autumn-fine-sale-2022 Our Autumn sale offers an array of temptations, from silver, jewellery and watches to fine bronzes, autographed Royal photographs and South Seas weaponry. What binds it all together is artistry; the technical skills and inventive creation behind each object on offer. Qi Bashi (Bees and Chrysanthemums, lot 183) is the foremost name in 20th century Chinese art, in Chinese eyes very much on a par with the western consideration for Picasso (see lot 74, Picador dish). Equally in demand and closer to home we have a number of English arts and crafts pieces, notably the De Morgan dish (lot 59, as good an example as one might hope to find), the Ruskin / A.E.Jones silver mounted bowl (lot 366, Art Pottery meets Art Silver) and the quirky drawings by a young Rex Whistler, drawn at the age of 14 whilst a fag at public school (and without doubt a good way of avoiding corporal chastisement, lots 294/295). Finally for something more contemporary we offer works by Tracey Emin and Sir Antony Gormley (Domain, lot 346, to be sold with all proceeds going to a local school). We do hope that there is something there to delight you. Please feel free to contact us should you require any further information. Phone: + 44 (0)1273 472503 www.gorringes.co.uk 15 North Street, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2PE

We are delighted to announce that our third Fine Sale of the year on Tuesday 27th September is now LIVE on our website to view. 
https://www.gorringes.co.uk/news/autumn-fine-sale-2022

Our Autumn sale offers an array of temptations, from silver, jewellery and watches to fine bronzes, autographed Royal photographs and South Seas weaponry.

What binds it all together is artistry; the technical skills and inventive creation behind each object on offer.

Qi Bashi (Bees and Chrysanthemums, lot 183) is the foremost name in 20th century Chinese art, in Chinese eyes very much on a par with the western consideration for Picasso (see lot 74, Picador dish). Equally in demand and closer to home we have a number of English arts and crafts pieces, notably the De Morgan dish (lot 59, as good an example as one might hope to find), the Ruskin / A.E.Jones silver mounted bowl (lot 366, Art Pottery meets Art Silver) and the quirky drawings by a young Rex Whistler, drawn at the age of 14 whilst a fag at public school (and without doubt a good way of avoiding corporal chastisement, lots 294/295).

Finally for something more contemporary we offer works by Tracey Emin and Sir Antony Gormley (Domain, lot 346, to be sold with all proceeds going to a local school).

We do hope that there is something there to delight you. Please feel free to contact us should you require any further information.

Phone: + 44 (0)1273 472503

www.gorringes.co.uk

15 North Street, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2PE

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<strong>Autumn</strong><br />

<strong>Autumn</strong> <strong>Sale</strong><br />

<strong>Sale</strong><br />

Tuesday 27th th September<br />

<strong>2022</strong>


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AUTUMN SALE<br />

Tuesday 27th September<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 23rd September 9.00-5.00<br />

Saturday 24th September 9.00-1.00<br />

Monday 26th September 9.00-4.30<br />

BUYER’S PREMIUM<br />

25% + 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 />

Front cover: Lot 59<br />

Back Cover: Lot 340<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


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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 26th of September.<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 5th of October 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 27th September 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 - 58<br />

59 - 89<br />

90 - 183<br />

184 - 195<br />

196 - 234<br />

Tuesday 27th September at 12.30am.<br />

Paintings and Prints<br />

Silver - 2.00pm approx<br />

Watches<br />

Medals &<br />

Jewellery - 2.30pm approx<br />

235 - 347<br />

348 - 374<br />

375 - 392<br />

393 - 486<br />

321<br />

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Miscellanea, Bronzes & Indian<br />

Works of Art<br />

Lots 1 - 58<br />

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1<br />

Lot 1<br />

Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879)<br />

- Portrait of Blanche Vere Guest (1847-<br />

1919), (from 1875 The Countess of<br />

Bessborough), - an albumen print<br />

mounted on card, inscribed by JMC:<br />

‘’Registered Photograph Freshwater Oct.<br />

1864 - For Blanche from her friend Julia<br />

Margaret Cameron’’, in ink,<br />

2<br />

cf. Julia Margaret Cameron: The<br />

Complete Photographs, by Julian Cox<br />

and Colin Ford, image 230 for an example<br />

of this scarce albumen print. image 25.5 x<br />

20.9cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 2<br />

After Cecil Beaton, a signed photolithograph<br />

of Queen Elizabeth, the<br />

Queen Mother, printed for Raphael<br />

Tuck & Sons Ltd, overall 49 x 39cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

2A<br />

Lot 2A<br />

A signed photograph of Sir Winston<br />

Churchill and his wife Clementine,<br />

taken 20th April 1956 at the Sir James<br />

Hawkey Hall, Woodford Green, overall<br />

49 x 39cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

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4<br />

Lot 3<br />

A George VI red morocco leather<br />

government despatch box, embossed<br />

in gold with the royal cypher of King<br />

George VI and “Privy Council Office”.<br />

Manufactured by John Peck and Son,<br />

Surrey Row, Blackfriars Road, London,<br />

46cm wide 31cm deep 15cm high<br />

Lot 3A<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A signed photograph of Her Majesty<br />

Queen Elizabeth II, overall 37 x 27cm<br />

Lot 4<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Seven bottles of Chateau Latour, 1973.<br />

Lot 5<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band,<br />

a framed gold disc, presented to EMI to<br />

recognise sales in the United Kingdom,<br />

of more than 100,000 copies, frame 41<br />

x 50cm<br />

Lot 6<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

‘HAP 123’ UK Registration Number<br />

held on DVLA V778 Retention Document,<br />

expires 07 05 2029.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 7‘MRM 858’ UK Registration<br />

Number held on DVLA V778 Retention<br />

Document, expires 10 12 2030.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

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9<br />

10<br />

8<br />

Lot 8<br />

A set of fifty George III monarchs of England playing<br />

cards, each printed with a biography of an English<br />

monarch from Saxon times to George III, William the<br />

Conqueror onwards with a circular engraved portrait,<br />

original slip case, each card 9.7cm x 6.4cm<br />

Lot 9<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Metropolitan Arms Co of New York Navy model<br />

revolver, with octagonal, rifled cal. 36 barrel; six-shot<br />

cylinder with serial number ‘18**’, smooth frame, brass<br />

grip strap and trigger-guard, matching serial number,<br />

wooden grip scales. From 1864-1866 only 6063 pieces<br />

of this arm were made, which was a ‘copy’ of Colt 1851<br />

model. 12.5cm high 33cm long<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 10<br />

Wilson of London. An early 18th century flintlock<br />

pocket pistol, with screw-off barrel and brass mounted<br />

stock, 11cm high 19cm long<br />

Lot 11<br />

£500 - 600<br />

A South Sea Island hardwood war club, with chevron<br />

banded engraving beneath the head and unpolished<br />

handle, 79cm<br />

Lot 12<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Tongan hardwood war club, with rib line running<br />

down the main war head and turned tapered finial at the<br />

other, 116cm<br />

£200 - 300<br />

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Lot 13<br />

Two Tongan hardwood war<br />

clubs, one with curved tip to the<br />

head, the other of plain tapered<br />

form, 87cm and 96cm<br />

Lot 14<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Polynesian hardwood double<br />

ended spear, of flattened form with<br />

rounded central handle, 173cm<br />

Lot 15<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A large Polynesian hardwood<br />

war club, with blade shaped head<br />

and turned handle 102cm<br />

Lot 16<br />

£100 - 200<br />

A Fijian hardwood throwing<br />

club, with zig-zag relief carved<br />

handle and further irregular spotted<br />

decoration, 40cm<br />

Lot 17<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Fijian hardwood bladed war<br />

club, with relief carved decoration,<br />

101cm<br />

Lot 18<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Fijian curved hardwood<br />

dancing club, of rounded tapered<br />

form, 62cm<br />

Lot 19<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Bowai Fijian hardwood war<br />

club, of tapered triangular section<br />

with rounded handle, 65cm<br />

Lot 20<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Two Teivakatoga Fijian<br />

hardwood war clubs, 120cm and<br />

106cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 21<br />

A Leica 1 Model A, circa 1925, with Elmar 50mm f/3.5<br />

lens, with original leather case<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 22<br />

A Victorian mahogany cased field surgeon’s set by<br />

Salt & Son of Bull Lane, London, the brass bound<br />

mahogany case housing saws, scalpels, trepanning saws<br />

and other instruments, looking to be fully complete, 41 x<br />

22cm, 7.5cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

22<br />

Lot 23<br />

A Wheatstone ‘English’ Model No. 5E 48 key<br />

concertina, number 36758, diameter 17cm, with original<br />

leather case<br />

£700 - 900<br />

10 23<br />

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Lot 25<br />

A pair of 18th century carved and ebonised oak heraldic<br />

beasts, lion and unicorn, each holding scrolls, on later plinths,<br />

42cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

24<br />

Lot 24<br />

An early 20th century Continental carved<br />

white marble figure of a sea nymph riding<br />

the waves, with a seagull alongside, indistinctly<br />

signed, on marble socle, 79cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 26<br />

A late 19th century Swiss gilt metal mounted phenolic<br />

singing bird box, the lid decorated in relief with cherubs<br />

releasing a caged bird, front button operating the feathered<br />

singing bird automaton, with key, 10 x 7cm, 3cm high<br />

26<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

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28<br />

Lot 27<br />

A section of Caen stone internal mullion from the<br />

Great South Window at Canterbury Cathedral circa<br />

1428, with a copy of the fundraising auction catalogue<br />

held in 2016, 19cm wide 17cm deep 28.5cm high<br />

Lot 28<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Cypriot terracotta seated figure of a temple boy,<br />

Cypro-Classical II, c.4th century B.C., hollow moulded,<br />

29cm high 24cm wide<br />

29<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 29<br />

A weathered sandstone head of Christ, probably<br />

12th century, believed to have come from Strasbourg<br />

Cathedral, 26cm high<br />

Lot 30<br />

£500 - 700<br />

After the Roman Antique, limestone head of a woman<br />

wearing a laurel wreath diadem, possibly 18th/19th<br />

century, probably depicting a female relation of a Roman<br />

emperor such as Ulpia Marciana, 29cm high overall 39cm<br />

30<br />

£600 - 800<br />

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34<br />

31<br />

32<br />

Lot 31<br />

A rare Anglo-Saxon limestone mask corbel, 10th/11th<br />

century, the smiling face carved in bas-relief to a cubeshaped<br />

block of stone, probably from the Barnack quarry,<br />

ex. Howard Neville 1995.<br />

Anglo-Saxon stone masks can be seen at the tower of St<br />

Peter’s Church, Barton-upon-Humber and to the Church<br />

of St John the Baptist, Barnack, the latter re-located<br />

following alterations around 1150. It is likely the corbel<br />

stone in this lot was once part of an abbey destroyed<br />

during the dissolution of the monasteries under Henry<br />

VII’s reign. 21cm high, 23.5cm wide, 21.5cm deep<br />

33<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 32<br />

A Spanish Romanesque limewood Corpus Christi,<br />

possibly 13th century, traces of polychrome, ex. Howard<br />

Neville 1995 62cm wide 72.5cm high<br />

Lot 33<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

A small Roman bronze figure of Hercules, 1st century<br />

AD, the figure lacking his right arm.14.5cm high including<br />

later plinth<br />

Provenance: purchased from Christie’s in 2005.<br />

Lot 34<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A Renaissance or Roman bronze oil lamp, the high<br />

looped handle with horse head finial, 17.5cm long<br />

£500 - 700<br />

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36<br />

40<br />

Lot 35<br />

A mid 19th century Ceylonese ivory inset ebony and<br />

other exotic hardwood travelling casket, of serpentine<br />

rectangular form, the interior of the lid inlaid with the<br />

portrait of a bearded man within stylised roses, the<br />

main body housing two lift-out trays and a jack-in-a-box<br />

compartment,<br />

44cm wide 32cm deep 19cm high<br />

Ivory submission reference: TNQBJ4XB<br />

£600 - 900<br />

Lot 36<br />

A Victorian brass mounted coromandel wood<br />

stationery casket with matching blotter, a similar<br />

book rack and gallery tray, the stationery casket signed<br />

C.C. Hope, Hastings, 26cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

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Lot 37<br />

A Regency mother of pearl inset blond<br />

tortoiseshell tea caddy, of serpentine<br />

rectangular form, with twin compartment<br />

interior and pad feet, 20cm wide 12.5cm<br />

deep 13.5cm high<br />

Ivory submission reference: DGKCTFX9<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 38<br />

A George III green stained tortoiseshell<br />

and ivory octagonal tea caddy, of plain<br />

form, fitted with two compartments, 18.5cm<br />

wide 9.5cm deep 11cm high<br />

Ivory submission reference: YMFQMKFD<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 39<br />

A Regency blond tortoiseshell<br />

sarcophagus shaped tea caddy, of<br />

octagonal form, with ivory inner banding<br />

and two division interior, on pad feet.<br />

18.5cm wide 11.5cm deep 14.5cm high<br />

Ivory submission reference: MH8G67M5<br />

£300 - 400<br />

38<br />

Lot 40<br />

An antique carved oak cased tobacco<br />

rasp, the wall mounting case carved in<br />

relief with a crowned rose CR crest and<br />

initialled IBK and bearing the date 1668, 49<br />

x 13cm depth 7cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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42<br />

Lot 41<br />

A pair of Victorian style ormolu table lamps, each with<br />

bacchic putto stem, on scroll feet, 50cm high to fittings<br />

Lot 42<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A set of four early 20th century Louis XVI style<br />

ormolu three branch wall lights, with acanthus, flower<br />

and mask plates and scroll branches, 41cm wide 62cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 43<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

After Pierre Jules Mene (French, 1810-1879). A bronze<br />

group; L’Accolade (The Embrace), signed in the bronze<br />

and dated 1865, Susse Freres inscription, 44cm high<br />

68cm long<br />

Lot 44<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

After Christopher Fratin (1801-1864). An Animalier<br />

bronze figure of a retriever, standing on naturalistic<br />

base, signed in the bronze, 19cm high 41cm long<br />

£400 - 600<br />

41<br />

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43<br />

44<br />

45<br />

Lot 45<br />

Henri-Michel-Antoine Chapu (1833-1891). A bronze figure of a<br />

kneeling peasant woman, signed in the bronze with Barbedienne<br />

inscription, on black marble socle, 30cm wide 49cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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46<br />

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Lot 46<br />

A pair of early 20th century French bronze terms,<br />

each in the form of a satyr, 16cm wide 62cm high<br />

Lot 47<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Jean Jules Salmson (1823-1902). A pair of bronze<br />

figures of Sir Joshua Reynolds and William Hogarth,<br />

standing upon signed integral socles, 57cm high<br />

Lot 48<br />

£600 - 800<br />

After Jean Jules Samson (1823-1902). A pair of 20th<br />

century Continental bronze figures of an Arab warrior<br />

and a watercarrier, standing on naturalistic bases with<br />

marble socles, 67cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 49<br />

Mauro Benini (Italian, 1856-1915). A bronze figure<br />

‘Ego te Absolvo!!’, signed in the bronze and dated 1886,<br />

29cm wide 50cm high<br />

Lot 50<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Vaclaw (Victor) Szczeblewski (Polish, 19th century).<br />

A bronze figure ‘Mousse Le Siffleur’, study of a street<br />

urchin, signed in the bronze and dated 1889, 41cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 51<br />

After Paul Silvestre (French, 1884-1976). A patinated<br />

Art Deco bronze group of a Bacchante and kid,<br />

she seated playing pan pipes, the faun dancing,<br />

F.Barbedienne signature in the bronze, 27cm high 60cm<br />

long<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 53<br />

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

model of a tobogganist, on naturalistic base, inscribed<br />

‘Ehrenpreis Gegeben Von Richard Turnst Zu Wittgenstein<br />

- Berlegurg’ (Honorary Award Given by Richard Turnst to<br />

Wittgenstein - Berlegurg), 30cm high 32cm long<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 52<br />

Robert Glen (African/American b.1940). A bronze<br />

study of an Eland, signed in the bronze and dated 1995,<br />

on black marble plinth, 44cm high 39cm long<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 54<br />

Jean De Roncourt. A French Art Deco bronze<br />

‘Hercule brisant ses chaînes’, on stepped marble<br />

plinth, 50cm high 61cm long<br />

£400 - 600<br />

54<br />

Lot 55<br />

Henri Auguste Payen. An Art Deco bronze<br />

group of a female dancer and a rearing goat,<br />

on stepped marble plinth, signed, 33cm high<br />

39.5cm long<br />

£400 - 600<br />

55<br />

Lot 56<br />

A Hagenauer bronze relief of a horse’s head,<br />

signed to the base, 23cm high 32cm long<br />

£600 - 800<br />

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57<br />

Lot 57<br />

Samuel Lipchytz (1880-1943). A patinated bronze<br />

figure of a dancing woman, on tapered marble plinth,<br />

40cm high<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 58<br />

Pierre Le Faguays (1892-1962). An Art Deco bronze<br />

figure of a female pan piper, standing holding one (ex<br />

two) pipe, on an ornate mosaic inset marble plinth, 15cm<br />

wide 37cm high overall<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

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Decorative Arts,<br />

Ceramics & Glass<br />

Lots 59 - 89<br />

85<br />

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59<br />

Lot 59<br />

A rare William de Morgan ruby lustre dish, c.1880,<br />

painted on a Staffordshire earthenware blank dish in ruby<br />

lustre with a grotesque dragon headed bird in mirror image,<br />

unmarked, 31.2cm diameter<br />

cf. The Designs of William de Morgan, a Catalogue by<br />

Martin Greenwood, p.207 - 214 for similar mirror image<br />

grotesque creature designs mostly painted on Staffordshire<br />

blanks.<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

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Lot 60<br />

A pair of Wedgwood ’Candlemas’ Fairyland<br />

lustre vases, designed by Daisy Makeig-<br />

Jones, decorated in colours on a black ground,<br />

gilt maker’s mark and black pattern number<br />

Z5157, 21.5cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

60<br />

Lot 61<br />

A pair of Minton moon flasks, designed by<br />

John Moyr Smith, c.1875, printed with scenes<br />

from Shakespeare’s plays including Romeo and<br />

Juliet, Macbeth, Midsummer Nights Dream and<br />

Troilus and Cressida, on a pink ground, 24.5cm<br />

high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

61<br />

Lot 62<br />

A pair of Burmantofts Art Nouveau faience<br />

jardinieres on matching pedestals, c.1900,<br />

impressed marks and model numbers 2126 and<br />

2127 total height 69cm, diameter 32cm, minor<br />

faults<br />

£250 - 350<br />

62<br />

29


Lot 63<br />

A Doulton & Co. ‘Butterfly’ figure, HN<br />

719, green printed Doulton mark and<br />

black enamel inscribed marked to base,<br />

17cm high<br />

Lot 64<br />

63<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A rare Royal Doulton figure ‘The<br />

Mask’ HN1271, 16.4cm high, crack to<br />

base<br />

£400 - 600<br />

66<br />

64<br />

Lot 65<br />

A rare Royal Doulton figure,<br />

‘Negligee’ HN1272, 12cm high, head<br />

broken and restuck<br />

£300 - 500<br />

67<br />

Lot 66<br />

Charles Catteau for Boch Freres, a<br />

large pair of ‘Rosa’ tall vases, printed<br />

marks and model number D789, 45cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 67<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Three Limoges for Maison<br />

Duchaussy Art Deco ceramic ‘Three<br />

Continents’ perfume burners, one<br />

with original ceramic liner, printed Mark ‘<br />

M. DUCHAUSSY’ to base, 42.5cm high<br />

£500 - 800 65<br />

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Lot 68<br />

An Art Nouveau Goldscheider cold-painted<br />

terracotta bust of Cleo De Merod, signed<br />

Montenave, applied with foil backed glass cabochons,<br />

stamped Goldscheider, incised modellers name.<br />

Cleo De Merod was a famous dancer of the day and<br />

was the mistress of King of Belgium. 67cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

68<br />

Lot 69<br />

A good Sevres pate-sur-pate vase, presented to Gold Medal<br />

winners at the 1924 Paris Olympics, designed by Guillonet,<br />

executed by Bracquemond, decorated with four pate-sur-pate<br />

medallions upon a jade green ground, each depicting a different<br />

Olympic sport: Football, Rowing, Rugby Union and Diving, amid<br />

gilded laurel branches upon a powder blue ground, marked to base<br />

‘Made in France’, ‘S 1924 DN’ ‘Decore a Sevres 1924’, 33.5cm high<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

69<br />

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70<br />

72<br />

71<br />

73<br />

32


74<br />

Lot 70<br />

An R. Lalique glass ‘Danaides’ opalescent glass vase,<br />

engraved mark ‘R. LALIQUE FRANCE’, Marcilhac No.<br />

972, 18cm high<br />

Lot 71<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

A Lalique cristal “Igor” caviar bowl and stand,<br />

designed post-war, the frosted glass engraved “Lalique<br />

France”, in three sections, 25cm high, boxed<br />

Lot 72<br />

£500 - 800<br />

§ Edmund de Waal (b.1964) a tall dimpled porcelain<br />

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

impressed artist’s mark, 28.5cm high<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 73<br />

Laurence Whistler CBE (1912-2000), ‘TERM’ an<br />

engraved glass goblet together with a limited edition<br />

book 276/1400, page 28 and plate 80 with reference to<br />

‘TERM’ Goblet 24cm high<br />

Lot 74<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

§ Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) for Madoura pottery,<br />

a ‘Picador’ white glazed plate, 1952, Ramie 160,<br />

stamped and marked Madoura Plein Feu/Edition Picasso<br />

(underneath) with black oxide decoration, 19.5cm<br />

diameter<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

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Lot 75<br />

A Meissen figure of a nodding<br />

chinaman, 19th century, with<br />

weighted nodding head, moving tongue<br />

and hands, blue crossed swords mark<br />

and incised model number 156, 17.5cm<br />

high, right hand restored<br />

Lot 76<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A pair of Meissen groups of apple<br />

pickers and flower gatherers, 19th<br />

century, blue crossed swords marks<br />

and incised model number is D94 and<br />

D95, 26cm and 27.5cm high<br />

Lot 77<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

An impressive German porcelain<br />

floral encrusted figural mantel clock,<br />

late 19th century, modelled with a<br />

courting couple to the surmount and<br />

musicians and dancers to the base,<br />

eight-day strike in movement, total<br />

height 65cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

76<br />

77<br />

75<br />

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78<br />

Lot 78<br />

A Meissen figure of masked dancer from the ‘’Tales<br />

of Hoffmann’’, modelled by Scheurich, blue crossed<br />

swords mark and impressed model number A1194,<br />

15.5cm high<br />

£500 - 700<br />

79<br />

Lot 79<br />

A Minton majolica life-size ‘heron’ stickstand,<br />

initialled J.H. for the modeller John Henk, c.1905,<br />

impressed marks and model number 1917, 44cm wide<br />

76cm high<br />

Lot 80<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An English delftware flower brick, mid 18th century,<br />

painted with Chinese figures in European landscapes,<br />

14.5cm wide, chips and crack<br />

£300 - 500 80<br />

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81<br />

82<br />

83<br />

85<br />

86<br />

Lot 81<br />

A large Bow porcelain group of Juno, c.1760-65,<br />

emblematic of air, the figure standing beside an eagle or<br />

vulture on a flower encrusted scrollwork base, red dagger<br />

and anchor mark, 29cm high, minor faults<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 82<br />

A Bow porcelain figure of Venus, c.1760, the figure<br />

standing and holding a bunch a posy of flowers, leaning<br />

against a flower encrusted tree stump, the scrollwork<br />

base with a pair of love birds, unmarked, 24cm high,<br />

some restorations<br />

£200 - 300<br />

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Lot 83<br />

A large Derby figure of Justice, c.1775,<br />

standing and holding a sword in her right hand<br />

and scales in her left, patch marks, 28cm high,<br />

minor restorations<br />

Lot 84<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Bow porcelain bocage figure of a lady,<br />

c.1765, the lady standing before bocage on a<br />

flower encrusted scrollwork base, red dagger<br />

and anchor mark, 23.2cm high, some restoration<br />

Lot 85<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A rare pair of Derby figures of Leda and the<br />

Swan and Europa and the Bull, c.1765, patch<br />

marks, 16.5cm and 17.5cm high, restorations<br />

£500 - 700<br />

84<br />

Lot 86<br />

A large Bristol porcelain mug, c.1770-5, painted with floral<br />

sprays, blue mark ‘X 6.’, 14cm high<br />

Lot 87<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Royal Worcester parian figure, after Antonio Canova, of<br />

Pauline Borghese as Venus Victorious, modelled by James<br />

Hadley, c.1866, with gilt and pink enamel highlights, partial<br />

printed mark, 59.5cm long, some restoration to edge of base<br />

87<br />

£250 - 350<br />

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Lot 88<br />

A pair of English porcelain<br />

Sevres style ormolu mounted<br />

vases and covers, mid 19th<br />

century, each finely painted with<br />

portraits of ladies, monograms<br />

and floral bouquets within cobalt<br />

blue and gilt decorated borders,<br />

one cover with interlaced L’s and<br />

crescent mark, 44cm high, one<br />

replacement cover<br />

£400 - 600<br />

88<br />

Lot 89<br />

A pair of Minton Sevres style<br />

vases and covers, mid 19th<br />

century, each finely painted with<br />

floral bouquets to oval reserves<br />

within raised gilt decorated borders<br />

on a bleu celeste ground, one cover<br />

with ermine mark inside, 41cm high,<br />

one cover restored<br />

£300 - 500<br />

89<br />

38


Asian Works of<br />

Art<br />

Lots 90-183<br />

148<br />

39


Lot 90<br />

A pair of Japanese cloisonné enamel vases, early<br />

20th century, decorated with birds amid blossom and<br />

flowers, on an apple green ground, 21.3cm high, one<br />

damaged<br />

£300 - 500<br />

90<br />

Lot 91<br />

A Japanese bronze and mixed and metal box (kogo),<br />

19th century, modelled in the form of a drum, decorated<br />

with a butterfly amid flowers, inlaid two character seal<br />

mark to base, 5.5cm<br />

£200 - 300<br />

92<br />

91<br />

Lot 92<br />

A group of Japanese bronze, iron and mixed metal<br />

tsuba and a kozuka knife handle, 19th century,<br />

comprising a cast iron super relief cast with two monkeys,<br />

engraved five character mark, 7.4cm, two oblong iron and<br />

mixed metal tsuba, the first decorated with a Falconer,<br />

7.4cm, and the second with branches and tendrils on a<br />

basket weave ground, 7.1 cm, a gilt bronze tsuba engraved<br />

with a Shishi amid rockwork and flowers, 7.7cm, two<br />

bronze and mixed metal tsuba, the first cast with bamboo,<br />

6.5 cm, the second smaller with a border of flowers,<br />

4.9cm and the kozuka handle in bronze and mixed metal<br />

decorated with a crane, 9.4cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 93<br />

A pair of Japanese silver and copper wire cloisonné<br />

enamel vases, Meiji period, each of globular form,<br />

decorated with a bird amid peonies and vines, 14cm high<br />

£500 - 700<br />

93<br />

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94<br />

Lot 94<br />

An assembled group of five Japanese bronze and<br />

mixed metal models of rats, Meiji period, each rat<br />

holding a chestnut in its front paws, the two larger models<br />

with cast three characters seal marks to base, the three<br />

smaller rats with Kakihan marks, smallest 9.5cm long,<br />

largest 16.5cm long, one small rat tail detached<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 95<br />

A Japanese bronze koro, 19th century, cast in imitation<br />

of a takezaiku bamboo basket, applied with a pair of<br />

looped handles, on four bamboo shaped feet, 17.5cm wide<br />

£500 - 700<br />

95<br />

96<br />

Lot 96<br />

A Chinese export famille rose part tea and coffee set,<br />

Qianlong period, each piece painted with a lady in a<br />

pavilion garden with an attendant holding a falcon on his<br />

left hand, within gilded underglaze blue foliate borders, 18<br />

pieces, teapot 15cm high, some damage and wear to gilding<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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100<br />

Lot 99<br />

A pair of Chinese blue and white small dishes, Kangxi<br />

six character marks and of the period (1662-1722),<br />

each finely painted with scenes from the Romance of the<br />

West Chamber, the underside with a river landscape, with<br />

everted rims and a circular foot.<br />

cf. Sotheby’s, Hong Kong, China / 5000 Years sale,<br />

30 November 2021, lot 422 for a similar pair of Kangxi<br />

dishes, apparently from the same workshop bearing ‘qishi<br />

baoding zhi zhen’ marks, 15.7cm and 15.8cm diameter,<br />

foot later pierced, hairline cracks to one dish<br />

£600 - 900<br />

97<br />

Lot 97<br />

A Chinese famille verte ‘Four Beauties’ vase, Kangxi<br />

period, the four ladies seated at a table with objects in a<br />

pavilion garden landscape, underglaze blue double circle<br />

to base, 41.5cm high, neck damaged<br />

Lot 98<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘phoenix and peony’<br />

baluster jar, Kangxi period, with a later wood cover,<br />

Provenance - D.C.Monk & Son, former dealers based<br />

in Kensington Church Street, London W8, 36cm high<br />

excluding later wood cover<br />

£600 - 800<br />

98<br />

99<br />

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101<br />

103<br />

Lot 101<br />

A Chinese moulded white glazed vase, Qianlong<br />

period, relief moulded with peonies and rockwork,<br />

18.3cm high, glaze blemish<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 100<br />

102<br />

A Chinese famille rose oval two handled basket,<br />

Qianlong period, the interior painted with peonies,<br />

rockwork and a fence, cellular and floral borders, 31.5cm<br />

wide, chips to rim<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 102<br />

A Chinese export armorial part dinner and tea<br />

service, Kangxi period, c.1720, each piece painted in<br />

Imari palette with the arms of Robert Chester, director of<br />

the East India Company, comprising five 22cm plates,<br />

a 24cm plate, a 16cm oval sweetmeat dish, a 10.6cm<br />

triangular sweetmeat dish and a tea bowl, saucer, 12.5cm<br />

and coffee cup (latter three items damaged)<br />

cf. David Sanctuary Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain,<br />

Vol. I, London, 1974, p. 182, B6.<br />

Lot 103<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A small Chinese aubergine glazed vase, 18th century,<br />

of baluster form, unglazed base, 16.4cm high<br />

£200 - 300<br />

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Lot 104<br />

A Chinese turquoise glazed ‘finger citron’ vase, 18th century, unglazed<br />

biscuit base, 22cm high, restoration to foot<br />

Lot 105<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese blue and white vase, Kangxi period, painted with birds amid<br />

flowers and rockwork, within floral and diaper borders, between floral bands,<br />

21cm high, hairline crack to rim<br />

Lot 106<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Two Chinese famille rose fencai saucer dishes, Yongzheng marks but<br />

19th century, both painted with two ladies riding on horseback, observed by<br />

two noblemen on a balcony, underglaze blue six character marks, 23.7cm<br />

diameter<br />

£400 - 600<br />

114<br />

Lot 107<br />

A pair of Chinese blue and white jars<br />

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

with pheasants amid peonies, magnolia<br />

and rockwork, double circle to base, 25cm<br />

high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

106<br />

Lot 108<br />

A Chinese Yixing blue glazed square<br />

vase, 19th/20th century, applied with a<br />

pair of lion mask ring handles, indistinct<br />

seal mark to base, 16.2cm high<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 109<br />

A large Chinese blue and white crackle<br />

glaze baluster vase, 19th century,<br />

painted with an emperor and empress<br />

and attendants by an altar table, applied<br />

lion-dog handles and dragon sprigs,<br />

pseudo Chenghua mark to base, 46cm<br />

high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

107<br />

Lot 110<br />

A Chinese famille verte cylindrical jar<br />

and cover, 19th century, painted with<br />

an emperor and attendants, a rockwork<br />

garden beyond, 11.5cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

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Lot 111<br />

A Chinese famille verte jar and associated cover,<br />

19th century, painted with an imperial court scene, the<br />

associated famille rose cover with flowers, 41cm high,<br />

damaged and matched cover<br />

Lot 112<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘lotus’ dish, Guangxu mark<br />

and of the period (1875-1908), 15.5cm diameter<br />

Lot 113<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese famille rose fencai inscribed cylindrical jar<br />

and cover, mid 19th century, painted with figures from<br />

Chinese legend and inscribed with poems, 11.2cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 114<br />

A large and rare Chinese famille rose fencai wine<br />

pot and cover, Qianlong mark but 19th century, finely<br />

painted with birds amid flowers, flower planters, on a<br />

lotus flower and scrolling tendril decorated yellow ground,<br />

pseudo underglaze blue Qianlong mark to base, 35.5cm<br />

high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

111<br />

116<br />

Lot 115<br />

A tall Chinese blue and white ladies vase, laifu zun, 19th century,<br />

painted with ladies in a fenced garden, on a high circular foot, double circle<br />

mark to base, 44.5cm high, neck restored<br />

£600 - 800<br />

115<br />

Lot 116<br />

A Chinese Guan-type vase, fanghu, Xianfeng mark, probably 19th<br />

century, six character marking underglaze blue, 31cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

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122<br />

117<br />

Lot 117<br />

A large Chinese blue and white ‘lotus’ vase, 19th<br />

century, painted with lotus flowers and scrolling tendrils<br />

and leaves, the neck applied with a pair of lion-dog<br />

handles and sea dragon sprigs to the shoulder, 59cm<br />

high, damaged<br />

Lot 118<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese famille rose fencai ‘sea creatures’ yenyen<br />

vase, late 19th century, the lower half painted with<br />

mythical sea creatures on a pink banded ground, the<br />

neck with lappets and floral sprays on a yellow ground,<br />

underglaze blue double circle to base, 45.2cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 119<br />

A pair of Chinese iron red and underglaze blue ‘five<br />

bat’ bowls, Guangxu mark and probably of the period<br />

(1875-1908), each with a ground off patch to the interior<br />

formerly painted in iron red with a bat, the exterior painted<br />

with five bats amid scrolling clouds, 16.5cm diameter<br />

£300 - 500<br />

118<br />

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119<br />

Lot 120<br />

A Chinese famille rose fencai joss-stick holder, 19th<br />

century, painted with figures riding a qilin to the tapering<br />

shaft and figures congregating in a garden to the dish base,<br />

24cm high<br />

Lot 121<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese famille rose ‘warriors’ bottle vase, early 20th<br />

century, painted with a procession of soldiers, some on<br />

horseback, apocryphal Qianlong seal mark to base, 45cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 122<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A pair of large Chinese blue and white jars and covers,<br />

19th century, painted to each side with a lady and three<br />

boys playing in a rockwork garden, within shaped reserves<br />

on a prunus blossom ground, double circle marks to base,<br />

33cm high<br />

Lot 123<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A Chinese copper red glazed hexagonal hu vase,<br />

late 19th/early 20th century, apocryphal six character<br />

underglaze blue Qianlong mark to base, 28cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 124<br />

A Chinese blue and white prunus jar and cover, 19th<br />

century, of ovoid form, double circle mark to base, 25cm<br />

high, cover associated<br />

Lot 125<br />

A Chinese famille rose jar and cover, 19th century,<br />

painted with peonies, other flowers, rockwork and<br />

butterflies, 21cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 126<br />

121<br />

A large Chinese blue and white vase, early 20th<br />

century, painted with scholars in a garden setting, within<br />

banded borders, the neck applied with lion-dog handles,<br />

unglazed base, 58.5cm high<br />

£500 - 700<br />

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127<br />

129<br />

Lot 127<br />

A large Chinese blue and white celadon ground vase,<br />

19th century, painted with the three star gods, boys, a<br />

deer and a crane in a landscape in underglaze blue on<br />

white slip and a celadon ground, 60.5cm high, rim chip<br />

Lot 128<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A pair of Chinese famille rose fencai inscribed vases,<br />

mid 19th century, each well painted with scholars and<br />

attendants in a landscape scene with pavilions, rocks<br />

and a junk boat on a river, inscribed to the neck with a<br />

ten column poem, pseudo Hongwu iron red seal mark to<br />

base, 45cm high, cracks to neck of one vase<br />

Lot 129<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Chinese coral ground dish, Qianlong seal mark but<br />

Republic period, painted in famille rose fencai enamels<br />

with scenes from the Romance of the West Chamber,<br />

on a coral ground gilt decorated with lotus flowers and<br />

scrolling tendrils, pseudo Qianlong seal mark, 35.2cm<br />

diameter<br />

£300 - 500<br />

128<br />

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132<br />

Lot 130<br />

A pair of Chinese enamelled porcelain ‘blackbird’ dishes,<br />

Qianlong seal marks but 19th century, each painted with<br />

blackbirds amid prunus branches or in flight, underglaze blue<br />

Qianlong seal mark to base, 27cm diameter, minor damage<br />

£300 - 500<br />

133<br />

Lot 131<br />

Two fine Chinese famille rose fencai<br />

dishes, 19th century, the Jiaqing period<br />

oval dish finely painted with a court<br />

scene 25.5cm across and the mid 19th<br />

century plate painted with figures from<br />

Chinese legend, unmarked, 24cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

130<br />

131<br />

Lot 132<br />

A large Chinese blue and white bowl,<br />

19th century, the interior painted with a<br />

bird amid flowers rockwork and a fruiting<br />

pomegranate branch, within a prunus<br />

flower border, the exterior with two birds<br />

amid rockwork and flowers, 40.5cm<br />

diameter<br />

Lot 133<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese blue and white hexagonal<br />

jardiniere, Kangxi mark but 19th/20th<br />

century, painted with the eight horses<br />

of Mu Wang, slab built construction with<br />

stilt marks to base, 28cm, 26.5cm high,<br />

cracked<br />

£500 - 700<br />

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Lot 136<br />

A Chinese peachbloom glazed beehive water pot,<br />

taibozun, Kangxi six character mark but Republic<br />

period, the exterior lightly incised with three chilong<br />

roundels, covered in a peachbloom glaze of varying<br />

mottled mushroom-green to purple tones, 13cm diameter<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 137<br />

A Chinese coral ground vase, Qianlong mark but<br />

early 20th century, painted to three circular medallions<br />

with He Xiangu with a deer and a boy, soldiers in a<br />

landscape and Shou Lao in a boat on a river, on a coral<br />

ground gilt decorated with bats amid clouds, the neck with<br />

flowers and foliage, 45.5cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

134<br />

Lot 134<br />

A Chinese yellow ground ‘dragon roundel’ double<br />

gourd shaped vase, Qianlong mark, Republic period,<br />

painted in fencai enamels with confronting dragon<br />

roundels amid scrolling foliage and flowers on a yellow<br />

ground, 36cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 135<br />

A small Chinese enamelled porcelain brushrest,<br />

Jiaqing mark and period (1796-1820), finely painted<br />

with a seated scholar and a boy in a fenced garden<br />

and floral sprays, the pierced key-work supports with<br />

underglaze blue scrolls, the underside with iron red four<br />

character mark surrounded by a turquoise glaze, 9cm x<br />

4.5cm, small splinter chip<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

137<br />

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136<br />

Lot 138<br />

135<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘blackbird’ dish, 19th<br />

century, painted with blackbirds amid floral sprays,<br />

the border with bats on diaper and flower reserves, the<br />

underside with bamboo sprigs, 37.3cm diameter, small<br />

glaze chips<br />

£400 - 600<br />

138<br />

Lot 139<br />

A pair of large Chinese painted terracotta wine jars<br />

and covers, fanghu, Han dynasty, the grey pottery<br />

vessels with traces of red, white and violet pigment<br />

decoration, 56cm high, one replacement cover and small<br />

losses<br />

£600 - 800<br />

139<br />

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Lot 140<br />

A Chinese hardwood altar table, 20th century,<br />

the rectangular top with rounded ends, above a<br />

fruiting vine carved and pierced frieze, the trestle<br />

ends with curved framing, on four faux bamboo legs,<br />

122cm wide, 102cm high, 46cm deep<br />

£500 - 800<br />

140<br />

Lot 141<br />

A Chinese huanghuali or hongmu incense stand, Qing dynasty,<br />

the square burr wood inset top above a spindled frieze, on round<br />

section legs with ball feet, joined by shaped stretchers, 77.5cm high,<br />

41cm wide<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

141<br />

Lot 142<br />

A pair of Chinese elm incense stands, 19th<br />

century, the rectangular tops above a galleried<br />

central tier, on square moulded legs joined by low<br />

stretchers, 39cm wide, 83.5cm high, 30cm deep<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

142<br />

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Lot 143<br />

A good Chinese hongmu ‘dragon’ throne armchair, c.1900, carved in<br />

high relief and open work with confronting dragons and bats amid foliage<br />

to the back, with chilong uprights, the dragon shaped arms with flower<br />

vase, bat and dragon supports, the frieze carved with fruiting vines, the<br />

legs with peonies above claw and ball feet, 114.5cm high, 68cm wide at<br />

the arms<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

143<br />

Lot 144<br />

A late 19th century Chinese inlaid mother of pearl hongmu<br />

three tier table, with rouge marble inset top, 65cm wide, 40cm<br />

deep, 77.5cm high<br />

£500 - 800<br />

144<br />

Lot 145<br />

A pair of Chinese jichimu display cabinets, each<br />

with asymmetrical open shelves above two drawers,<br />

further open shelves and offset cupboards, on stile feet,<br />

90cm wide 27cm deep 181cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

145<br />

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Lot 146<br />

A Chinese hongmu or huanghuali jade mounted cover,<br />

18th/19th century, the inset pale celadon jade star shaped plaque<br />

carved and pierced with two boys holding a vase, 4.9cm across,<br />

6cm high, 7.3cm diameter<br />

Lot 147<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese amethyst pendant, 19th/20th century, carved in relief<br />

with peaches and leaves, 4.2cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

146<br />

Lot 148<br />

A Chinese rock crystal ‘phoenix’ vase and cover, 19th century,<br />

carved in high relief and openwork with two phoenixes, rockwork<br />

and bamboo, 16.2cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

147<br />

148<br />

151<br />

Lot 149<br />

A pair of Chinese soapstone overlaid landscape<br />

panels, early 20th century, each decorated with buildings<br />

in a river landscape scene, manufacturers label to the<br />

reverse, each panel including frame 33.5cm x 59cm<br />

Lot 150<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A Chinese jadeite small cup and a coral ‘fish’ pendant,<br />

19th/20th century, the octagonal cup with fluted sides,<br />

4.2cm wide, the coral fish shaped pendant, 5.5cm long<br />

£300 - 500<br />

156<br />

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Lot 151<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade figure of a lady,<br />

possibly He Xiangu, 19th century, the carver<br />

skilfully using a brown inclusion in the stone for<br />

the hair, holding a basket of flowers and fruit in her<br />

hands, 10.7cm high<br />

Lot 152<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A Chinese yellow and brown jade figure of a man<br />

seated on a creature, 19th century, the greenish<br />

yellow stone with dark brown inclusions, 4.3cm high<br />

Lot 153<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade figure of a boy, 19th<br />

century, standing and holding a lotus sprig in his<br />

right hand, the stone with russet and white inclusions,<br />

4.1cm high<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 154<br />

149<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade mount carved as a<br />

mythical half-man half-bird creature, 18th/19th century,<br />

3.8cm high<br />

£300 - 400<br />

155<br />

Lot 155<br />

Two Chinese soapstone figures of Shou Lao, 18th<br />

century, each figure holding a peach and standing on<br />

one foot, remnants of polychrome decoration, 23cm and<br />

24.5cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 156<br />

A large Chinese bronze ding censer, the wood cover<br />

with pale celadon jade finial, the censer cast in high<br />

relief with bats and a pair of lion-mask handles, the<br />

wood cover pierced and carved with bats amid clouds,<br />

the jade finial with egrets amid Lotus, 22cm across<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 157<br />

A large Chinese bronze censer, ding, 18th century,<br />

with sixteen character Xuande mark, applied with a<br />

pair of looped handles, 29cm wide<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

157<br />

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Lot 158<br />

A Vietnamese silver inlaid bronze tripod censer and<br />

cover, 19th century, inlaid in silver and copper with ‘Shou’,<br />

prunus blossom and lotus sprigs, applied with a pair of<br />

mythical beast head handles, on three mythical beast<br />

headed scroll legs, 24cm high, 24cm wide<br />

£500 - 600<br />

158<br />

Lot 159<br />

A Chinese bronze censer made for the Islamic<br />

market, ding, Xuande mark but 18th/19th century,<br />

with a pair of high looped handles above a frieze<br />

cast with kufic script, on three tapering feet, cast six<br />

character mark, 14.5cm wide<br />

£600 - 800<br />

159<br />

Lot 160<br />

A large Chinese bronze group of Xi Wangmu and a<br />

child, late Ming dynasty, three column inscription to the<br />

reverse of the group, 31.5cm high excluding later wood<br />

stand<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

160<br />

161<br />

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Lot 161<br />

A Chinese quatrefoil shaped bronze censer, 17th/18th<br />

century, Qinxhu two character seal mark, on four<br />

curved feet, 11.3cm wide<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 162<br />

A Chinese bronze ‘boy riding a water buffalo’ censer,<br />

17th/18th century, the figure of a boy playing a flute<br />

forming the hinged integral hinged cover, the buffalo<br />

looking to the left, 22.5cm long, one horn detached but<br />

present<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

162<br />

Lot 163<br />

A Chinese bronze figure of a recumbent<br />

qilin, late Ming dynasty, Campbell<br />

Collection label to base, 36cm long, old<br />

repairs and later base panel, wood stand<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

163<br />

Lot 164<br />

A Tibetan copper repousse-work casket, 20th<br />

century, the arched cover and side panels decorated<br />

with Buddhist deities, masks and set with red glass<br />

cabochons, applied copper swing handles to each side<br />

65cm wide, 49.5cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

164<br />

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166<br />

167<br />

Lot 165<br />

A Fong (Hong Kong School, early<br />

20th century) ‘H.M.T. Himalaya,<br />

Hong Kong, China February 1921’,<br />

oil on canvas later laid on board,<br />

image 26.5cm x 54.5cm<br />

Lot 166<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese painted paper fan leaf,<br />

19th century, painted with ladies in<br />

a pavilion garden setting, the fan leaf<br />

51cm wide, 23cm high, later mounted<br />

and framed<br />

Lot 167<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese scroll painting on<br />

paper of a female immortal and<br />

a male immortal riding a buffalo<br />

amid clouds and birds, early 20th<br />

century, inscribed with seal marks<br />

upper left, image 77cm x 34.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

168<br />

165<br />

Lot 168<br />

A Chinese scroll painting on paper<br />

of a sage and a boy in a hut, early<br />

20th century, inscribed and with seal<br />

mark upper right, image 31.5cm x<br />

42.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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Lot 169<br />

A Chinese scroll painting on silk of birds, rockwork<br />

and plants overhanging a pond, 19th century,<br />

inscribed and with seal marks upper left, image 164.5cm<br />

x 50.5cm<br />

169 170<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 170<br />

A Chinese scroll painting on silk of blackbirds<br />

perched on a blossoming branch, 19th century,<br />

inscribed and with two seals upper left, image 79cm x<br />

35cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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172<br />

176<br />

173<br />

Lot 171<br />

Xiao Shi Fu, late 20th century, painting on paper nude<br />

female musicians, two seal marks, image 45.5cm x<br />

68cm<br />

Lot 172<br />

The artist is the son of Bao Shi Fu £300 - 500<br />

Chinese School early 21st century, scroll painting on<br />

paper of two tigers, inscribed upper left and with various<br />

seal marks to the image, image 92 cm x 173 cm<br />

Lot 173<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A Chinese album of ten pith paintings of birds amid<br />

butterflies, 19th century, each with a blue ribbon border,<br />

with marbled boards, album 21.5cm x 34 cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 174<br />

A Chinese scroll painting on silk of a mother<br />

watching her children play in a garden, 19th century,<br />

inscribed and with a seal mark upper right, image 95cm x<br />

21cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

178<br />

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177<br />

Lot 177<br />

A Chinese scroll painting on silk of a sage in a<br />

mountainous river landscape, 18th/19th century,<br />

inscribed and with a seal mark to the sky, image 69.5cm x<br />

44cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 175<br />

174<br />

175<br />

A Chinese scroll painting on paper of cranes perched<br />

in a pine tree, 19th century, inscribed upper left and with<br />

two seal marks, image 163.5cm x 44cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 178<br />

A Chinese painted wallpaper panel, c.1800, depicting<br />

figures in a pastoral landscape with people seated at<br />

tables, 148cm x 78cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 176<br />

A set of five Chinese paintings on paper of street<br />

vendors, 19th century, each bearing two red seal marks,<br />

image 37cm x 27cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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179<br />

179<br />

180<br />

180<br />

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Lot 179<br />

Two Chinese painted album leaves, 19th<br />

century, depicting mountainous landscapes,<br />

each inscribed and with a seal mark, each<br />

image 47.5cm x 34cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 180<br />

Two Chinese reverse painted glass<br />

portraits of a European man in half length<br />

and a woman in a landscape, late 18th<br />

century, the lady holding a pink rose with a<br />

sickle and a sheep in the background, in an<br />

oval, both 23cm x 17.5cm, later framed and<br />

mounted<br />

£600 - 800<br />

181<br />

181<br />

Lot 181<br />

Two Chinese albums of pith paintings, 19th century,<br />

the first album with red stamp ‘Yunqua dealer in pictures<br />

charts & C’, containing two watercolours of birds and six<br />

watercolours of butterflies amid flowers, 24cm x 34cm, the<br />

second album containing eight watercolours of butterflies<br />

amid flowers, 25cm x 32cm<br />

Lot 182<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A large Chinese embroidered silk ‘Shou’ character,<br />

early 20th century, the character worked in silk with<br />

cranes amid flowers, 136cm x 84cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

182<br />

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Lot 183<br />

Qi Baishi (1864-1957), Bee and chrysanthemums, ink<br />

and colour on paper scroll painting, inscribed and<br />

with seal mark, image 101cm x 33cm<br />

Provenance - the property of an English Hong Kong<br />

businessman who was living in Shanghai between 1947-<br />

1948 when he acquired this painting by Qi Baishi, thence<br />

by family descent. The full provenance will be given to the<br />

successful buyer.<br />

£40,000 - 60,000<br />

NO ONLINE BIDDING ON THIS LOT.<br />

In order to bid on this lot, please contact the auction<br />

house to obtain and complete a registration form, and to<br />

provide a deposit of £10,000, which is fully refundable to<br />

unsuccessful bidders.<br />

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CLOCKS &<br />

BAROMETERS<br />

184-195<br />

186<br />

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184<br />

Lot 184<br />

A. Brocot & Delettrez of Paris. A 19th century French white marble and<br />

ormolu mantel clock, surmounted with a figure of a young lady reading<br />

a book beside bulrushes, with enamelled dial and ormolu mounted white<br />

marble plinth, signed eight day movement, 40cm wide 14cm deep 28cm high<br />

£500 - 700<br />

185<br />

Lot 185<br />

A Victorian brass skeleton timepiece, with silvered Roman dial, painted<br />

plinth and glass dome, 53cm high overall, together with matching wall bracket<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 186<br />

James Stewart of Glasgow. A Regency brass mounted ebonised bracket<br />

clock, the circular Roman dial with inner date ring, twin fusee movement with<br />

anchor escapement and scroll engraved backplate, 34cm wide 38cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

191<br />

Lot 186A<br />

Elliott for Garrards. An 800th anniversary of the Mayoralty of the City<br />

of London limited edition eight day mahogany bracket clock, 6/80, with<br />

Whittington & Westminster strikes (striking on a total of nine bells), together<br />

with original mahogany wall bracket, cm wide cm high<br />

Lot 187<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Molyneux & Cope of London. A Regency brass inset repeating bracket<br />

clock, with enamelled dial and brass inset arched case, unsigned twin fusee<br />

movement with anchor escapement, 30cm wide 17cm deep 46cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 188<br />

Chater, Goswell Road, London. A Regency brass mounted mahogany<br />

eight day bracket clock, with stepped architectural case, enamelled dial and<br />

twin fusee movement, 29cm wide 17cm deep 42cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

192<br />

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Lot 189<br />

186<br />

J. N. Hendry. A William IV carved mahogany pagoda<br />

top bracket clock, with enamelled signed Roman<br />

dial, twin fusee movement with repeat and anchor<br />

escapement, 36cm wide 20cm deep 54cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 190<br />

186A<br />

William Jones of London. A George III ebonised<br />

chiming and repeating bracket clock, with plain<br />

architectural case and arched Roman dial, inscribed<br />

Song / Minuet / Jig to the arch selector, the twin fusee<br />

movement with verge escapement and later clarion<br />

chiming on six bells, with bob pendulum. 29cm wide<br />

17cm deep 52cm high<br />

187<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 191<br />

J.W. Benson of London. A brass bulkhead timepiece<br />

for HMS Dunnottar Castle, with silvered dial and<br />

subsidiary seconds, 22cm diameter<br />

188 189<br />

190<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 192<br />

John Wickes of London. An early 19th century<br />

mahogany wall timepiece, the silvered Roman dial<br />

with date indicator above 12 o’clock, unsigned single<br />

fusee movement with anchor escapement and tapered<br />

backplate, 40cm diameter 14.5cm deep<br />

£600 - 800<br />

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193<br />

194<br />

195<br />

Lot 193<br />

John Miller of London, apprenticed to Joseph Knibb.<br />

A William III walnut eight day longcase clock, the<br />

12 inch square brass dial with silvered Roman chapter<br />

ring, subsidiary seconds and dated aperture, five pillar<br />

movement with anchor escapement striking upon a bell,<br />

W.48cm H.213cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 195<br />

George Angus of Aberdeen. A George III mahogany<br />

eight day longcase clock, with plain case and arched<br />

silvered dial, engraved with flowers, strike silent,<br />

subsidiary seconds and date aperture, movement with<br />

anchor escapement striking on a bell, W.49cm H.214cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 194<br />

Lees of Bury. A William IV boxwood strung mahogany<br />

eight day longcase clock, the painted square brass dial<br />

with moonphase and decoration of a shepherdess and<br />

flock, W.60cm H.235cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

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CARPETS, GARDEN STATUARY<br />

& FURNITURE<br />

196-234


196<br />

197<br />

198<br />

Lot 196<br />

An antique Kazak red ground rug, with double shield<br />

motif within a hooked geometric field and triple border,<br />

dated 1889, 280 x 120cm<br />

Lot 197<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An English needlepoint blue ground carpet, woven<br />

with polychrome rose bunches, initialled and dated RME<br />

1964, 252 x 125cm<br />

Lot 198<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An Anatolian Kilim flatweave polychrome hall carpet,<br />

woven with rows of stylised hooked devices, 410 x 156cm<br />

Lot 199<br />

£450 - 550<br />

An Agra ivory ground carpet, with stylised floral field<br />

within a wide conforming border, 360 x 274cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

Lot 200<br />

An English needlepoint carpet, woven with panels<br />

of figures, rural landscapes and floral bunches within a<br />

stylised floral border, 392 x 292cm<br />

Lot 201<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

An Heriz red ground carpet, with a lobed central<br />

medallion within a floral field and wide conforming border,<br />

364 x 265cm<br />

Lot 202<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

An early 20th century Tabriz ivory ground carpet, with<br />

central lobed medallion and dense floral field woven with<br />

animals and exotic birds within a wide multi border, 528 x<br />

348cm<br />

Lot 203<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An early 20th century Heriz burgundy ground carpet,<br />

woven with a circular floral central medallion within a<br />

scattered floral field and wide multi border, 412 x 305cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

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200<br />

201<br />

202<br />

203<br />

199<br />

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Lot 204<br />

204<br />

A pair of Victorian cast iron garden benches, with oak<br />

leaf pattern frames and dog’s head arm terminals, on<br />

scroll legs with paw feet, W.150cm D.76cm H.99cm<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

Lot 205<br />

A 17th century Portuguese brass mounted ebonised<br />

rosewood Contador on stand, with twelve ripple<br />

moulded drawers, fitted original brass handles, the stand<br />

with two drawers, on ornately turned underframe with all<br />

round stretchers and pad feet W.105cm D.50cm H.136cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

208<br />

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205<br />

206<br />

Lot 206<br />

A William & Mary black japanned cabinet on stand,<br />

the two door cabinet with original gilt brass mounts<br />

decorated in the chinoiserie style with deer, flowering<br />

plants and birds in a landscape and enclosing an<br />

arrangement of ten drawers, on stand with squared<br />

tapered legs, W.96cm D.61cm H. overall 149cm<br />

Lot 207<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A George II crossbanded walnut chest, of three short<br />

and three graduated long drawers, on bracket feet,<br />

W.106cm D.59cm H.101cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 208<br />

A mid 18th century oak cupboard, with moulded<br />

cornice and three central dummy panels, each flanked by<br />

panelled doors, on stile feet, W.146cm D.51cm H.175cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

207<br />

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209<br />

210<br />

211<br />

212<br />

Lot 209<br />

An early 18th century burr walnut bureau, the<br />

fall enclosing a central cupboard door flanked by an<br />

arrangement of pigeonholes and drawers and over a<br />

well, over two short and two graduated long drawers on<br />

bracket feet, W.105cm D.61cm H.108cm<br />

Lot 210<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

A George III mahogany kneehole desk, fitted six<br />

drawers around a central recessed cupboard, on bracket<br />

feet, W.80cm D.42cm H.76cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 211<br />

A George III mahogany Pembroke breakfast table,<br />

after a Chippendale design, with rectangular flaps and<br />

frieze drawer over a concave brass grilled cabinet, on<br />

chamfered legs fitted brass castors, W.49cm D.59cm<br />

H.72cm<br />

Lot 212<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A small George III mahogany chest, with brushing slide<br />

and four graduated long drawers on bracket feet, W.75cm<br />

D.50cm H.83cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

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213<br />

Lot 213<br />

A Louis XVI ormolu mounted kingwood commode,<br />

with later variegated grey marble top over three short and<br />

two long drawers, on turned tapered legs with ormolu<br />

toupie feet, W.126cm D.58cm H.85cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 214<br />

A George III Sheraton style inlaid satinwood waterfall<br />

bookcase, with three open shelves over a deep drawer<br />

and two cupboard doors inlaid with urns, on bracket foot,<br />

W.56cm D.37cm H.135cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

214<br />

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Lot 215<br />

215<br />

A Regency mahogany library table, with rounded<br />

rectangular top, two long and two dummy drawers, on<br />

turned end standards with downswept legs, fitted brass<br />

caps and casters, W.152cm D.76cm H.75cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 217<br />

217<br />

A Regency mahogany cheval glass, with spiral fluted<br />

turned frame and moulded downswept legs fitted brass<br />

caps and castors, W.61cm D.69cm H.160cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

216<br />

Lot 216<br />

A Regency mahogany extending dining table, with<br />

rounded rectangular top and four leaves, on six turned<br />

and fluted tapered legs fitted brass castors, extends to<br />

306cm x 135cm H.72cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

Lot 218<br />

A Regency rosewood settee, with acanthus carved<br />

cresting rail, brass paterae inset scroll arms and fluted<br />

underframe, on turned and fluted tapered legs, fitted<br />

brass castors, W.228cm D.78cm H.90cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

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218<br />

219<br />

Lot 219<br />

A Victorian Howard & Sons oak settee, with scroll arms<br />

and turned legs, fitted brass castors, W.236cm D.92cm<br />

H.80cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 220<br />

An early 19th century Irish Killarney arbutus work<br />

table, the marquetry top inlaid with a view of Muckross<br />

Abbey within a border of shamrocks, thistles and roses,<br />

the interior of lid with matching inlay but the centre<br />

depicting a thatched cottage, W.58cm D.44cm H.76cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

220<br />

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221<br />

Lot 221<br />

A pair of Victorian rosewood banded<br />

walnut collector’s cabinets, with quarter<br />

veneered tops, breakfront twin panel doors<br />

with carved foliate and scroll motifs, each<br />

door enclosing adjustable shelves, on<br />

plinth foot, W.143cm D.53cm H.114cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 222<br />

A pair of early Victorian mahogany<br />

open armchairs, with moulded frames<br />

and brown leather upholstery, on turned<br />

legs fitted brass castors, W.65cm D.87cm<br />

H.100cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

222<br />

Lot 223<br />

A pair of mid 19th century giltwood<br />

pediments, of laurel wreath ribbon and<br />

scroll form with eagles head terminals,<br />

W.180cm H.30cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

223<br />

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Lot 224<br />

A Victorian marquetry inlaid walnut<br />

serpentine front credenza, the<br />

two central doors inlaid with panels<br />

of flowers and scrolls flanked by<br />

serpentine glazed doors, on plinth foot,<br />

W.200cm D.47cm H.110cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

224<br />

Lot 225<br />

A Victorian marquetry inlaid<br />

walnut serpentine credenza, with<br />

ormolu mounts and floral marquetry<br />

panels, very similar but not identical<br />

to the previous lot, W.201cm D.48cm<br />

H.113.5cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

225<br />

Lot 226<br />

A set of twelve Victorian mahogany<br />

balloon back dining chairs, with floral<br />

carved show wood frames, upholstered<br />

backs and seats, on scroll carved<br />

cabriole legs, W.50cm D.46cm H.89cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

226<br />

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227<br />

230<br />

231<br />

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229<br />

Lot 227<br />

A mid 19th century Florentine ornately carved<br />

giltwood wall mirror, of rectangular cartouche<br />

form with elaborate acanthus scrolls and flowers<br />

to the sides and base, with later glass plate,<br />

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

Lot 228<br />

£1,500 - 1,800<br />

A Victorian giltwood and gesso overmantel<br />

mirror, with foliate scroll carved frame, W.148cm<br />

H.173cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 229<br />

An Edwardian painted satinwood kneehole<br />

desk, with concave front and bowed back<br />

and decorated in the round with floral swags,<br />

anthemion and harebells, fitted eight drawers, on<br />

swept bracket feet, W.110cm D.53cm H.75cm<br />

Lot 230<br />

£500 - 800<br />

An Edwardian satinwood banded mahogany<br />

kidney shaped kneehole desk, with brown skiver<br />

and arrangement of nine drawers, on square<br />

tapered legs, fitted brass castors, W.122cm<br />

D.64cm H.77cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 231<br />

228<br />

A late Victorian ormolu and cut glass light fitting, with<br />

glass swagged stem, scrolling arms and octagonal hob<br />

nail cut bowl, drop 80cm diameter 36cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

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234<br />

233<br />

232<br />

Lot 232<br />

An Edwardian cut glass chandelier, with swagged top<br />

and lozenge shaped drops sweeping down to the main<br />

bag section with convex sunburst cut domed border, six<br />

branches with ribbed spear shaped drops and inverted<br />

icicle finials over an elaborately cut glass bowl and ball<br />

finial, hung throughout with an arrangement of assorted<br />

drops and wired for electricity, drop 140cm diam. 70cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 233<br />

A late Victorian Sheraton revival painted satinwood<br />

elbow chair, with anthemion and cameo back and<br />

shepherd’s crook arms on swept feet, W.62cm D.54cm<br />

H.88cm<br />

Lot 234<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A set of four Robert Thompson ‘Mouseman’ oak<br />

armchairs, with carved latticework splats, plain arms and<br />

brass studded tan leather seats, on octagonal legs, one<br />

leg of each chair carved with a mouse W.52cm D.52cm<br />

H.90cm<br />

£2,500 - 3,000<br />

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PAINTINGS & PRINTS<br />

235-347<br />

at 12.30am<br />

291<br />

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Lot 235<br />

Attributed to Andrew Plimer (1763-<br />

1837)<br />

Miniature portrait of the Countess<br />

of Clare<br />

watercolour on ivory<br />

label verso,<br />

8.5 x 6.75cm Ivory submission<br />

reference: 8UDZY2LU<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 236<br />

Edward Miles (1752-1828)<br />

Miniature portrait of a lady<br />

watercolour on ivory<br />

gold framed with hair back,<br />

5 x 3.75cm Ivory submission<br />

reference: VD2L2Q5D<br />

£400 - 600<br />

235<br />

236<br />

Lot 237<br />

Mid 19th Century English School<br />

Miniature family portraits<br />

watercolour on white marble<br />

A gentleman and two ladies, with a<br />

photograph on marble in matching<br />

gilt and rosewood presentation<br />

frames, 12 x 10 cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

238<br />

237<br />

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Lot 238<br />

After Willem Wissing (Dutch,<br />

1656-1687)<br />

Portrait of Mary II, when Princess<br />

of Orange<br />

oil on canvas<br />

after the original in the Queens<br />

Gallery, Kensington Palace<br />

57 x 43cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 239<br />

English School circa 1830<br />

Portrait of the children of the<br />

Browne family, Mary Anne Browne<br />

(Mrs Wavell) 1815-1882, George<br />

Buxton Browne 1816-1989 and<br />

Henry Brown 1818-1901<br />

oil on canvas<br />

124 x 99 cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 240<br />

English School c.1790-1810<br />

Portraits of members of the<br />

Crosse family of Shaw Hill<br />

pastels (3)<br />

23 x 18cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

239<br />

240<br />

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242<br />

Lot 241<br />

18th century Continental School<br />

A youth playing a large lyre<br />

oil on copper<br />

11.5 x 10.5cm, Indo-Portuguese mother of pearl<br />

inset tortoiseshell frame<br />

Lot 242<br />

19th century Italian School<br />

Study of a relief of the Virgin and child<br />

oil on canvas<br />

91 x 60cm<br />

Lot 243<br />

£400 - 600<br />

£300 - 500<br />

19th Century Italian School after Andrea del<br />

Sarto (1483-1530)<br />

Self portrait<br />

oil on canvas<br />

71 x 56cm<br />

£600 - 900<br />

243<br />

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Lot 244<br />

Late 18th century English School<br />

Italianate landscape with figures loading barrels into<br />

a boat<br />

oil on canvas<br />

43 x 61cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 245<br />

Mid 17th Century English School<br />

Christ before Pilate and Jewish leaders, including<br />

Joseph of Arimathea, with many of the figures<br />

holding scrolls on which are writings inscribed in<br />

both Hebrew and English.<br />

oil on canvas<br />

76 x 158cm.<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

245<br />

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246<br />

Lot 246<br />

After Nicolas Colombel (French, 1644-1717)<br />

Atalanta and Hippomenes<br />

oil on canvas<br />

55 x 65cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

247<br />

Lot 247<br />

C. Carter (18th C.)<br />

Market scene with woman selling nuts and<br />

numerous other figures<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

signed and dated 1797<br />

69 x 103cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

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Lot 248<br />

Dr Robert Thornton Publ.<br />

249<br />

‘The Snowdrop’ W.Ward after Pether, 1804, ‘The Narrow-Leaved<br />

Kalmia’, Caldwall after Reinagle, 1804 and ‘The White Lily’, Stadler<br />

after Henderson, 1800<br />

three hand coloured aquatints<br />

50 x 37cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Lot 249<br />

F.Bartolozzi after Nathaniel Dance<br />

Omai, a Native of Ulaietea, 1774<br />

engraving<br />

53 x 31.5cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800 248<br />

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250<br />

Lot 250<br />

John Varley (1778-1842)<br />

The Tower in Berkhampstead Park<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1823<br />

16 x 24.5cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 251<br />

Thomas Rowlandson (1757–1827)<br />

‘Venus and Adonis’<br />

ink and watercolour<br />

signed in ink<br />

20 x 15.5cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

251<br />

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Lot 252<br />

Thomas Hearne (1744-1817)<br />

‘Chepstow Castle from the woods above<br />

the River Wye’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

14.75 x 21cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 253<br />

Giuseppe Bortignoni (Italian, 1778-1860)<br />

Ladies in a dressing room<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

signed<br />

28 x 20cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

253<br />

252<br />

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254<br />

Lot 254<br />

Edward William Cooke (1811-1880)<br />

‘Dutch pinks unloading their catch off Egmond aan Zee’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

59 x 89cm, together with an Art Union of London steel engraving of the work by Arthur Willmore<br />

54 x 74cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

92


255<br />

Lot 255<br />

American Primative School<br />

Portrait of three children of the Burgess family<br />

oil on canvas laid on board<br />

60 x 107cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 256<br />

American Primative School<br />

Portrait of Charles Burgess, seated beside a copy of bells anatomy<br />

and other medical works<br />

oil on canvas laid on board<br />

65 x 52cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

256<br />

Lot 257 No Lot<br />

Lot 258<br />

Isaac Henzall (1823-1875)<br />

Woman and pony in the Highlands<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1864<br />

50 x 60cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

258<br />

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Lot 259<br />

Mid 19th century English School<br />

Portrait of two children seated with<br />

their King Charles Spaniels<br />

oil on canvas<br />

91 x 74cm<br />

Lot 260<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

George Weatherill (1810-1890)<br />

Shipping off Whitby<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1875<br />

28 x 40cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

259<br />

263<br />

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260<br />

Lot 261<br />

George Weatherill (1810-1890)<br />

Ship wrecking on the cliffs<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

8.5 x 13cm<br />

Lot 262<br />

George Weatherill (1810-1890)<br />

‘Robin Hood’s Bay, Near Whitby’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed, titled and dated 1860<br />

9 x 13.5cm<br />

£600 - 900<br />

£600 - 900<br />

261<br />

Lot 263<br />

Whitby Interest: Edward King Redmore (1860-1941) &<br />

Others<br />

Whitby c.1889, Royal Yorkshire Yacht Club<br />

album of watercolours, photographs and ephemera<br />

compiled by G.H.Poulden-Joy with numerous<br />

watercolours in the manner of George Weatherill, press<br />

cuttings, RYYC programmes,<br />

See online list for full details, overall 29 x 24cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

262<br />

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264<br />

Lot 264<br />

Carl Jutz (German, 1838-1916)<br />

Chickens in a field & Ducks<br />

beside a stream<br />

pair of oils on canvas<br />

signed<br />

21 x 26cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

265<br />

Lot 265<br />

Arthur Croft (1828-1893)<br />

The Eiger and Jungfrau from<br />

Murren<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1872, 38 x<br />

69cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 266<br />

Albert Goodwin (1845–1932)<br />

‘Lewes, Sussex’<br />

ink and pastel on grey paper<br />

signed<br />

28 x 38.5cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

266<br />

Lot 267<br />

Pompeo Massani (Italian,<br />

1850-1920)<br />

A Courting Couple<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

signed, 24 x 31cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

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267<br />

269<br />

268<br />

Lot 268<br />

Sidney Richard Percy (1821-1886)<br />

‘A Scottish Loch’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 38<br />

47 x 80cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 269<br />

Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919)<br />

‘Claude Renoir, Tourné à Gauche’ (Delteil 40; Stella<br />

40)<br />

lithograph<br />

signed in the plate, 1904, from the edition of 1000, on<br />

wove paper, with full margins, Redfern Gallery label<br />

verso,<br />

31 x 25 cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

97


270<br />

271<br />

Lot 270<br />

Ugo Galvagni (Italian, b.1867)<br />

Portrait of a lady standing upon a terrace<br />

pastel on paper<br />

signed<br />

oval, 120 x 87cm<br />

Lot 271<br />

Edward Robert Hughes (1851-1914)<br />

Portrait of a lady<br />

pastel<br />

signed<br />

37.5 x 26.5cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 272<br />

Jean-Jacques Henner (French, 1827-1905)<br />

Head of a girl<br />

oil on canvas<br />

39 x 30cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

272<br />

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273<br />

Lot 273<br />

Samuel Palmer (1805-1881)<br />

‘The Lonely Tower’, state IV<br />

etching<br />

16.5 x 23cm<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

Lot 274<br />

Frederick Landseer Griggs (1876-1938)<br />

274<br />

Owlpen Manor, 1930<br />

etching<br />

signed in pencil in the second state (of three) (Ref<br />

Comstock 46), 19 x 25.5cm<br />

£2,500 - 3,000<br />

99


275<br />

276<br />

100


277<br />

Lot 275<br />

David West RSW (1868-1936)<br />

Estuary and fishing boats at low tide<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

49 x 75cm<br />

Lot 276<br />

David West RSW (1868-1936)<br />

‘Across the Moray Firth’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

54 x 74cm<br />

Lot 277<br />

£500 - 800<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Charles-Henri Contencin (French, 1898-<br />

1955)<br />

‘Pelvoux et Glacier Blau’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

23 x 31cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 278<br />

Christopher Clark (1875-1942)<br />

‘London by LMS, Trooping The Colour, Whitehall’, RA<br />

Series 79<br />

lithograph in colours<br />

original poster printed by Bemrose & Sons Ltd<br />

102 x 126cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

278<br />

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279<br />

Lot 279<br />

§ Edouard Léon Cortès (French,<br />

1882–1969)<br />

Paris at night<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

60 x 91cm<br />

£12,000 - 18,000<br />

Lot 280<br />

Frederick Edward John Goff (1855-<br />

1931)<br />

The City of London from Tower<br />

Bridge<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and titled<br />

11.5 x 15.5cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

280<br />

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281<br />

Lot 281<br />

§ Charles Holloway James RA (1893-1953)<br />

‘The Tuilleries Gardens’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ‘13<br />

78 x 97cm, unframed<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 282<br />

Charles Sims RA (1873-1928)<br />

‘Neaera and Zeta’<br />

watercolour and gouache<br />

signed<br />

56 x 38cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

282<br />

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Lot 283<br />

§ Sir Alfred Munnings (1878-1959)<br />

Sketches for Alderman William<br />

Henry Woods, 1907<br />

ink on letterhead paper<br />

18 x 22 cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

283<br />

Lot 284<br />

Frank Spenlove Spenlove (1868-<br />

1933)<br />

Interior with woman standing beside<br />

a tea table<br />

oil on canvas<br />

54 x 35 cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

284<br />

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Lot 285<br />

§ Edmund Blampied (1886-1966)<br />

‘To Lunch At The Manor’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and inscribed verso<br />

40 x 56cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

285<br />

Lot 286<br />

James Whitelaw Hamilton (1860–1932)<br />

‘Westmoreland 1891’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

55 x 68cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

286<br />

Lot 287<br />

William Hyams (1878-1952)<br />

‘The Lighthouse, Newhaven’<br />

oil on canvas laid on board<br />

initialled, 1936 Brighton Art Galleries Exhibition<br />

label verso<br />

54 x 69cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

287<br />

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293<br />

288<br />

Lot 288<br />

James Sinton Sleator RHA (1889-1950)<br />

Full length portrait of a youth wearing riding clothes<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1938<br />

125 x 82cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 289<br />

James Sinton Sleator RHA (1889-1950)<br />

Half length portrait of a lady wearing a black dress<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

75 x 62cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 290<br />

Carle John Blenner (American, 1862-1952)<br />

Portrait of a lady<br />

oil on canvas board<br />

60 x 50cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

289<br />

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292<br />

291<br />

Lot 291<br />

§ Sir Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956)<br />

Nude woman with washing, Venice<br />

oil on card<br />

inscribed verso to William Belleroche from the artist<br />

43 x 34cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 292<br />

Philip Connard R.A. (1875-1958)<br />

Portrait of a seated gentleman<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

76 x 64cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 293<br />

Abel Pann (Latvian, 1883-1963)<br />

Portrait of Orpah<br />

pastel on paper<br />

signed and dated 1951, inscribed Jerusalem<br />

61 x 45cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

290<br />

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Lot 294<br />

Rex Whistler (1905-1944)<br />

‘Arabian Nights’<br />

ink and watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1922,<br />

painted at Haileybury for<br />

Brigadier Terence Clarke<br />

when he was his fag<br />

tondo, 15cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 295<br />

Rex Whistler (1905-1944)<br />

‘Arabian Nights’<br />

ink and watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1921,<br />

painted age 14 at Haileybury<br />

for Brigadier Terence Clarke<br />

when he was his fag<br />

22.5 x 26cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

294<br />

295<br />

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296<br />

Lot 296<br />

§ Vanessa Bell (1879-1961)<br />

Portrait of John Russell Brown<br />

pencil on paper<br />

signed and dated ‘58<br />

36 x 27cm<br />

Lot 297<br />

§ Vanessa Bell (1879-1961)<br />

Study of a seated woman<br />

pencil on paper<br />

signed and dated ‘53<br />

35 x 23cm<br />

Lot 298<br />

§ Desmond John Morris (b.1928)<br />

Portrait of Walter Elstan<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

53 x 37cm<br />

297<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

£400 - 600<br />

298<br />

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299<br />

300<br />

Lot 299<br />

§ Bernard Fleetwood Walker RA, RWS, RP, ROI, NEAC<br />

(1893-1965)<br />

Portrait of Teresa<br />

oil on canvas laid on board<br />

signed, Memorial Exhibition label verso<br />

48.5 x 42.5cm<br />

Lot 300<br />

£400 - 600<br />

§ Bernard Fleetwood Walker RA, RWS, RP, ROI, NEAC<br />

(1893-1965)<br />

Portrait of Teresa<br />

oil on canvas laid on board<br />

signed<br />

46.5 x 42cm<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 301<br />

§ Charles Maresco Pearce (1874-1964)<br />

The Fountain, Leicester Square<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and dated ‘35<br />

78 x 55cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

301<br />

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302<br />

Lot 302<br />

§ Martin Bloch (British, 1883-1954)<br />

Val Di Sogno<br />

oil on paper laid canvas<br />

signed and inscribed verso<br />

72 x 92cm<br />

Lot 303<br />

Ngwe Gaing (Burmese 1901-1967)<br />

Portrait of a woman wearing a white hat<br />

watercolour on paper<br />

signed<br />

38 x 27cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

303<br />

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305<br />

306<br />

304<br />

Lot 304<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969)<br />

Cecilia<br />

sanguine chalk on pink tinted paper<br />

initialled<br />

16 x 17cm<br />

Lot 305<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969)<br />

Woman holding a riding crop<br />

conté chalk and pencil<br />

signed<br />

22 x 15cm<br />

Lot 306<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969)<br />

Kneeling model<br />

sanguine chalk on paper<br />

initialled<br />

19 x 15.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

112


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308 307<br />

Lot 307<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969)<br />

‘Chiquita’<br />

pencil on paper<br />

signed and titled, 22 x 17cm<br />

Lot 308<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969)<br />

‘Acrobat’<br />

pencil on paper<br />

signed, titled and dated 1925, 21 x 15cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 309<br />

§ Raoul Dufy (French, 1877-1953)<br />

‘La Chasse’<br />

from Quatre Bois, the rare woodcut c.1910-1911 on<br />

Japan<br />

signed in pencil, from the edition of approx.100, with<br />

margins<br />

28 x 71cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

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310<br />

Lot 310<br />

§ Edward Brian Seago R.B.A., R.W.S. (1910-1974)<br />

‘The Old House, Athens’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed in pencil, Colnaghi & Son label verso<br />

36.5 x 27.5cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

114


311<br />

312<br />

312<br />

313<br />

Lot 311<br />

§ Edward Wesson (1910-1983)<br />

At The Moorings<br />

oil on board<br />

signed with artist’s label verso<br />

34 x 44cm<br />

Lot 312<br />

§ Anne Isabella Brooke (1916–2002)<br />

£500 - 800<br />

‘Near Barden, Wharfdale’ & “Wharfdale from Grass<br />

Woods’<br />

oil on canvas (2)<br />

signed with artists labels verso<br />

40 x 50cm & 35 x 55cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 313<br />

Mária Szánthó (Hungarian, 1898-1998)<br />

Portrait of Lilianna Bazelli<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

78 x 59cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

115


Lot 314<br />

§ Peter Howell (b.1932)<br />

Racehorses before the start<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

127 x 101cm<br />

Lot 315<br />

§ Peter Howell (b.1932)<br />

Racehorses on the straight<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

60 x 75cm<br />

Lot 316<br />

§ Peter Howell (b.1932)<br />

Racehorses approaching the<br />

paddock<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ‘78<br />

50 x 60cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

£400 - 600<br />

314<br />

Lot 317<br />

§ Peter Howell (b.1932)<br />

Racing scene<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ‘77<br />

24 x 29cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 318<br />

§ Peter Howell (b.1932)<br />

Sketch of a racehorse and jockey<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

50 x 60cm<br />

£200 - 300<br />

315<br />

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316<br />

317<br />

318<br />

117


320<br />

319<br />

Lot 319<br />

§ Stephen Ward (1912-1963)<br />

Portrait of a soldier in the Royal<br />

Armoured Corps<br />

white and sanguine chalk on grey paper<br />

signed and dated ’42<br />

29.5 x 23cm<br />

Lot 320<br />

£600 - 800<br />

§ Alfred Reginald Thomson, R.A. (1894-<br />

1979)<br />

Self portrait<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

44 x 37cm<br />

Lot 321<br />

§ Harold Clayton (1896-1979)<br />

‘Flowerpiece’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

50 x 40cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

321<br />

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324<br />

Lot 322<br />

§ John Sutton (b.1935)<br />

‘Early Spring, Thurne’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and titled verso<br />

50 x 76cm<br />

323<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 323<br />

§ Raymond Campbell (b.1956)<br />

Still life of a delft flagon and fruit on a table top<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

50 x 60cm<br />

322<br />

£600 - 900<br />

Lot 324<br />

§ Colin Ruffell (1939-)<br />

Furniture along the wall<br />

oil on board<br />

signed, 57 x 90cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

119


327A<br />

Lot 325<br />

§ Laurence Stephen Lowry RA (1887-<br />

1976)<br />

‘Man Holding Child’<br />

offset lithograph in colours<br />

signed in pencil and blindstamped<br />

48 x 72cm<br />

Lot 326<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry (1887-<br />

1976)<br />

‘The Notice Board’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, from an edition of 500<br />

43 x 53cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

326<br />

Lot 327<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry (1887-<br />

1976)<br />

‘The Level Crossing’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

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

850,<br />

44 x 58cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

120


325<br />

327<br />

Lot 327A<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976)<br />

‘Our Town’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, 294/850, 42.5 x 61cm<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

Lot 328<br />

§ Lawrence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976)<br />

‘Figures in the Park’<br />

offset lithograph<br />

signed in pencil, 48/100, Published by Peinture 1976<br />

42 x 32cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

328<br />

121


329<br />

330<br />

122


332<br />

Lot 329<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (1906-<br />

1993)<br />

Cap d’Antibes, French Riviera<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and inscribed verso<br />

45 x 65cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 330<br />

§ Henry Scott (1911-2005)<br />

Wind and Sun - 6 Meters in the<br />

Solent<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

49 x 74cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

331<br />

Lot 331<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 />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 332<br />

§ Ian Fleming R.S.A., R.S.W., R.G.I., L.L.D. (1906-1990)<br />

‘Findochty’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed, inscribed verso<br />

76 x 117cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

123


334<br />

Lot 334<br />

§ Alfred Daniels (1924-2015)<br />

‘Working Boats, Hastings’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and dated 1985<br />

59 x 80cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

333<br />

Lot 333<br />

Ray Denton (b.1939)<br />

‘In the harbour, St. Ives’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 75 x 91cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 335<br />

§ Donald McIntyre (1923-2009)<br />

‘The Broads’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and titled verso<br />

25 x 35.5cm<br />

Lot 336<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

§ Dame Elizabeth Blackadder, OBE RA RSA<br />

RSW RGI DLitt (b.1931)<br />

Sienese Cat, from Cats Portfolio<br />

etching and aquatint in colours, 2003, on wove<br />

paper<br />

signed in pencil, numbered 12/80, published<br />

by the Glasgow Print Studio,<br />

30 x 36cm, sheet overall 49 x 53cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

124


336<br />

335<br />

125


Lot 337<br />

§ Kyffin Williams (1918-2006)<br />

Study of a Welsh farmer<br />

ink and watercolour on paper<br />

initialled<br />

23.5 x 14.75cm<br />

Lot 338<br />

§ Peter Brook (1927-2009)<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

‘A Cheviot Shepherd (Thinking)’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

50 x 70cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

339<br />

Lot 339<br />

§ Peter Brook (1927-2009)<br />

‘Mr Poole of the Cheviots Thinking<br />

Benevolently about the Fox Which<br />

Visited Him at 5am That Morning<br />

(Successfully)”’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

50 x 46cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

338<br />

126


340<br />

337<br />

Lot 340<br />

§ John William Mills PPRBS ARCA<br />

FRSA, (b.1933)<br />

‘Acrobat’<br />

bronze<br />

signed in the bronze and numbered 1/?,<br />

on black marble plinth<br />

38cm wide 59cm high<br />

Lot 341<br />

§ Fred Cuming R.A., (1930-<strong>2022</strong>)<br />

Landscape with lamp post<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

35 x 30cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

£600 - 800<br />

341<br />

127


Lot 342<br />

§ Christopher Stevens (1961-)<br />

‘Let Sleeping Dogs Lie’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

132 x 167cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 343<br />

§ Rob Hefferan (1968-)<br />

‘By the Window’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

66 x 45cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

342<br />

344<br />

343<br />

Lot 344<br />

Lawrence Charles Weiner (American, 1942-<br />

2021)<br />

‘Steel pennies don’t come from or go to<br />

heaven’<br />

printed paper and collage<br />

signed and dated ‘93, and inscribed ‘For Robert’,<br />

Henry Moore Sculpture Trust, 1993, 27 x 20.5cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

128


345<br />

Lot 344A<br />

§ Sir Terry Frost R.A. (1915-2003)<br />

Lemon, Green & Black<br />

etching and aquatint on heavy wove paper<br />

signed in pencil, 33/75 (Kemp 230)<br />

38 x 39.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 345<br />

§ Ken Howard (b.1932)<br />

‘Robert Buhler and Bill Michael at 3 Avenue Studios’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed, 1985 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition label<br />

verso, sold with letter from Ken Howard to the father of<br />

the vendor detailing its original purchase, with further<br />

correspondence detailing The Artist’s General Benevolent<br />

Institution.<br />

112 x 137cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

344A<br />

129


346<br />

346A<br />

Lot 346<br />

§ Sir Antony Gormley OBE RA, (b.1950-)<br />

Domain<br />

etching and aquatint on BFK Rives Natural<br />

280 gsm paper<br />

signed and numbered 12/110, published<br />

by the Clore Duffield Foundation for their<br />

Artworks Awards programme<br />

75 x 60cm, visible sheet 89 x 73cm<br />

Lot 346A<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

§ Sir Antony Gormley OBE RA, (b.1950-)<br />

Untitled<br />

etching and aquatint, 2001 on wove paper<br />

signed and dated ‘01, 34/200,<br />

36 x 24cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

347<br />

Lot 347<br />

§ Tracey Emin RA (b.1963)<br />

‘Dark Womb, 2010’<br />

soft ground etching<br />

signed in pencil, titled and numbered 30 from<br />

the edition of 50<br />

23 x 30cm, the sheet 40 x 45cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

130


SILVER & VERTU<br />

At approx. 2.00pm.<br />

348 - 374<br />

369<br />

131


Lot 348<br />

A George III silver three piece<br />

‘London’ shape tea service, by<br />

Samuel Hennell, London, 1811,<br />

gross 42oz.<br />

Ivory submission reference:<br />

HNWPUCU5<br />

£500 - 700<br />

348<br />

349<br />

Lot 349<br />

A pair of George III silver waiters, by Crouch &<br />

Hannam, with later engraved Royal presentation<br />

inscription and crest, ‘To Kenneth de Courcy on the<br />

occasion of his marriage August 1st 1950, from The<br />

Duke & Duchess of Windsor’, on three swept feet,<br />

London, 1788, 23cm, 25.5oz.<br />

Lot 350<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A George V silver waiter, by Charles Stuart Harris &<br />

Sons, with engraved Royal presentation inscription,<br />

‘ From Aunt Toria, Aunt Maud & Uncle Charles,<br />

28.6.19’, on three scroll feet, London, 1919, 20.7cm,<br />

10.8oz.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

350<br />

132


352<br />

353<br />

Lot 351<br />

A George III silver baluster two handled<br />

pedestal cup, with later embossed<br />

decoration, by John Scofield, engraved<br />

with the initial RG and decorated with<br />

foliage and fluted spirals, London, 1773,<br />

height 19.9cm, 17oz.<br />

Lot 352<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A George IV silver three piece tea set<br />

by Benjamin Smith III, of squat melon<br />

form, with ornate engraved crest and fluted<br />

borders, London, 1822, gross weight 54oz.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 353<br />

A set of four Chinese Export silver<br />

finger bowls, by Wang Hing, Hong<br />

Kong and one other set of four Chinese<br />

Export silver finger bowls, all with<br />

applied decoration of figures at various<br />

pursuits, diameter 11.1cm and 11.5cm,<br />

gross weight 48.2oz.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

351<br />

133


354<br />

355<br />

356<br />

Lot 355<br />

Lot 354<br />

A Victorian pierced silver urn shaped pedestal vase and cover, by<br />

Reily & Storer, with blue glass liner, engraved crest and floral finial,<br />

London, 1845, overall height 24.8cm, 15.5oz.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A late Victorian silver oval hip flask, with Royal presentation inscription ‘From H.R.H. the Prince of Wales<br />

to E.W. Curton, January 6th, 1881’, Wright & Davies, London, 1879, 12.2cm.<br />

Lot 356<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Victorian small silver centrepiece by John Samuel Hunt (Hunt & Roskell later Storr & Mortimer), with tridolphin<br />

supports and cusped base, with engraved crest and inscription, London, 1858, height 16.3cm, 17oz.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

134


Lot 357<br />

An early 20th century Russian 84 kokoshnik and<br />

polychrome cloisonné enamel pedestal mug,<br />

1908-1917 kokoshnic mark, indistinct maker’s mark,<br />

height 77mm, gross weight 85 grams.<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 358<br />

Two similar Edwardian Arts & Crafts silver and<br />

enamelled napkin rings, each set with three<br />

cabochon stones, of differing colours, maker B.C,<br />

Birmingham, 1907, width 50mm, gross weight 79<br />

grams.<br />

£150 - 200<br />

357<br />

358<br />

Lot 359<br />

An early 20th century miniature model of a Royal<br />

Lancer on horseback, by The Goldsmiths and<br />

Silversmiths Co Ltd, on a silver mounted ebonised<br />

wooden plinth base, London, circa 1920??, no date letter,<br />

overall height 18cm.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

359<br />

135


Lot 360<br />

An Edwardian Art Nouveau planished<br />

silver tri-handled bowl by The<br />

Alexander Clark Manufacturing Co., on<br />

tripod supports, Sheffield, 1907, diameter<br />

20.2cm, 16.9oz.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

360<br />

Lot 361<br />

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

pierced silver vase by Wang Hing, Hong<br />

Kong, decorated with dragons amongst clouds,<br />

lacking liner?, height 12cm, 12.8oz.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

361<br />

Lot 362<br />

An ornate pair of late Victorian silver<br />

candlesticks by Mappin Bros., with waisted<br />

square columns and decorated with baskets of<br />

flowers, swags, dolphin supports, masks and<br />

paterae, Sheffield, 1897/1900, height 31.2cm,<br />

weighted.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

362<br />

136


Lot 363<br />

A Japanese silver double inkwell by Arthur<br />

Bond, Yokohama, c.1900, embossed and pierced<br />

with irises, 14cm wide<br />

£600 - 800<br />

363<br />

Lot 364<br />

An early 20th century European Watch & Clock<br />

Company for Cartier, sterling silver and two colour<br />

enamel miniature rectangular carriage timepiece,<br />

with Arabic dial, on four bun feet, the signed movement<br />

numbered 21079, height 41mm, in fitted gilt tooled leather<br />

case signed Cartier.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

364<br />

Lot 365<br />

An early to mid 20th century Tiffany & Co engraved<br />

sterling silver rectangular photograph frame, 1907-<br />

1947 mark, with A-frame support, 35.7cm,<br />

£300 - 500<br />

365<br />

137


Lot 366<br />

An Arts and Crafts silver mounted Ruskin pottery<br />

pedestal bowl, the silver mounts by A.E. Jones,<br />

Birmingham 1929, the high-fired duck egg blue<br />

Ruskin pottery bowl with some green speckling, the<br />

silver mounts engraved with an inscription ‘presented<br />

to Charles Lupton by the board of management<br />

and staff of the general infirmary at Leeds to<br />

commemorate 50 years service on the board 1882 -<br />

31st March 1932’ 16.5cm diameter<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

366<br />

Lot 367<br />

A George V Arts and Crafts three piece planished<br />

silver tea set and a similar hot water pot, by<br />

Charles Edwards, London, 1918/20, gross weight<br />

40.9oz.<br />

Lot 368<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A George V Arts and Crafts planished silver three<br />

handled pedestal vase, by Holland, Aldwinckle &<br />

Slater, with engraved inscription and beaded handles,<br />

London, 1910, height 25.9cm, 37oz.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

367<br />

Lot 369<br />

A 1930’s Art Deco Asprey & Co novelty silver plated<br />

single handled ‘The Thirst Extinguisher’ cocktail<br />

shaker, modelled as a fire extinguisher, the rotating<br />

base engraved with cocktail recipes, signed on base and<br />

numbered 3212S, height 38cm.<br />

£600 - 800 370<br />

138


371<br />

Lot 370<br />

A stylish pair of George V silver cafe au lait pots, by Bert<br />

Gordon, of tapering square form with ebonised handles,<br />

Birmingham, 1934, height 13.8cm, gross weight 25oz.<br />

Lot 371<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A stylish George VI silver three piece tea set, by Ls Sl, with<br />

bakelite handles, London, 1947, gross weight 45oz.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

369<br />

368<br />

139


372<br />

373<br />

Lot 372<br />

A George VI four piece silver tea set, by Harrods Ltd, of circular and ovoid<br />

form, Sheffield, 1937, gross 53.4oz.<br />

Lot 373<br />

A modern pair of silver two branch, three light candelabra by William<br />

Comyns & Sons Ltd, height 35.3cm, weighted.<br />

£1,000 - 2,000<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 374<br />

A modern Britannia standard planished silver cup, by Malcolm Appleby, of<br />

flared form, with undulating rim and gilded interior, London, 2007, height 96mm,<br />

192 grams.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

374<br />

140


WATCHES,JEWELLERY,<br />

COINS & MEDALS<br />

At approx. 2.30pm.<br />

375-486


Lot 375<br />

A mid 18th century gilt metal and tortoiseshell pair<br />

cased keywind verge pocket watch by Catlin, London,<br />

with Arabic dial, the signed movement numbered 104,<br />

with ‘ship’s wheel’ key.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

375<br />

Lot 376<br />

A late 18th century Louis XVI gold, shagreen,<br />

enamel and rose cut diamond set pair cased key<br />

wind pocket watch by Jean André Couppey, Paris,<br />

probably quarter repeating, with Roman dial and<br />

diamond set bezel, hands, pendant bale and buttons,<br />

verso with diamond set monogram on a blue enamelled<br />

ground, the signed movement numbered 113, case<br />

diameter 44mm, gross weight 90.1 grams.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

376<br />

Lot 377<br />

A late Victorian 18ct gold open face keyless lever<br />

pocket watch, by Wales & McCullock, Ludgate Hill,<br />

London, with Roman dial, subsidiary seconds and case<br />

back monogram, case diameter 49mm, gross weight<br />

102.6 grams.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

377<br />

142


378<br />

Lot 378<br />

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

Constantin keyless hunter dress pocket watch,<br />

the textured case decorated with eagle on a branch,<br />

the Arabic dial with subsidiary seconds, case<br />

numbered 200493, the signed movement numbered<br />

332074, case diameter 49mm, gross weight 88.8<br />

grams, with box and insurance valuation dated<br />

1963.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

379<br />

Lot 379<br />

An early 20th century Swiss 18ct gold hunter<br />

keyless chronograph pocket watch, the Roman<br />

dial with two subsidiary dials, with case inscription<br />

and monogram, case diameter 50mm, gross weight<br />

125.8 grams.<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

380<br />

Lot 380<br />

A George V 9ct gold keyless lever half hunter<br />

pocket watch, with Roman dial and subsidiary<br />

seconds, case diameter 48mm, gross weight 93.9<br />

grams.<br />

£400 - 500<br />

143


381<br />

382<br />

383<br />

Lot 381<br />

A gentleman’s 1980’s 18ct gold<br />

Longines Flagship manual wind<br />

tonneau shaped dress wrist watch,<br />

with ‘samoradok’ style dial and baton<br />

numerals, movement c.528, case back<br />

numbered 16 over 087914, on an 18ct<br />

gold ‘leaf’ link bracelet, overall 20.6cm,<br />

gross weight 74.1 grams, no box or<br />

papers.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 382<br />

A gentleman’s 1950’s 18ct gold<br />

Omega Automatic wrist watch, with<br />

French 18ct gold mark, on an associated<br />

French 18ct gold bracelet, with<br />

baton and quarterly Arabic numerals,<br />

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

weight 85.1 grams, with an Omega box,<br />

no papers.<br />

£1,800 - 2,200<br />

Lot 383<br />

A gentleman’s 1960’s stainless<br />

steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-<br />

King wrist watch, on a stainless<br />

steel Rolex bracelet, case diameter<br />

34mm, no box or papers.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

384<br />

Lot 384<br />

A French Lacloche Freres 18ct<br />

gold mounted travelling watch, of<br />

rectangular form, with Arabic dial and<br />

phenolic buttons, import marks for<br />

London, 1928, 46mm.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 385<br />

385<br />

A gentleman’s 18ct gold Rolex<br />

precision square dial manual wind<br />

wrist watch, with subsidiary seconds,<br />

case diameter 28mm, on associated<br />

leather strap, gross weight 31.4 grams,<br />

no box or papers.<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

144


386<br />

387<br />

388<br />

Lot 386<br />

A gentleman’s early 1950’s 9ct gold<br />

Rolex Shock-Resisting manual wind<br />

wrist watch, on associated flexible<br />

bracelet, with Arabic dial, inside case<br />

numbered 13874 626097,the movement<br />

numbered 41549, case diameter 36mm,<br />

gross weight 64.5 grams, no box or<br />

papers.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 387<br />

A gentleman’s 18ct gold Piaget<br />

manual wind dress wrist watch, on<br />

an 18ct gold Piaget bracelet, the<br />

blind dial with beaded border, no box<br />

or papers, diameter 32mm, overall<br />

length 17.3cmm gross weight 67.6<br />

grams.<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

Lot 388<br />

A gentleman’s 1950’s stainless<br />

steel Rolex Oyster Perpetual wrist<br />

watch, with arrow head markers,<br />

model no. 6298, case diameter<br />

35mm.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

389<br />

390<br />

Lot 389<br />

A lady’s modern Swiss 14k gold and<br />

diamond set manual wind oval wrist<br />

watch, on integral 14k gold bracelet, case<br />

diameter 23mm, 16cm, gross weight 38<br />

grams.<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

Lot 390<br />

A gentleman’s 1980’s 18ct gold and<br />

diamond set Rolex Oyster Perpetual<br />

Day-Date wrist watch, with diamond set<br />

markers and diamond set bezel, model<br />

number 18038, serial number 9800802, with<br />

box, receipt and spare links.<br />

£7,000 - 10,000<br />

145


391<br />

392<br />

393<br />

Lot 391<br />

A gentleman’s late 20th century 18ct<br />

gold Patek Philippe automatic dress<br />

wrist watch, on integral Patek Philippe<br />

18ct gold bracelet, with baton numerals,<br />

subsidiary seconds and date aperture,<br />

inner case numbered 2778383, ref,<br />

3445/106, movement no. 11232590,<br />

movement c.27-460M, overall 19cm, gross<br />

weight 110.1 grams, no box or papers.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 392<br />

A gentleman’s 1970’s 18ct gold<br />

Rolex Cellini manual wind wrist<br />

watch, on an integral brushed gold<br />

bracelet, with honey coloured dial,<br />

bracelet unmarked, movement c.1600,<br />

overall 19.7cm, gross weight 84.8<br />

grams, no box or papers.<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

Lot 393<br />

U.S.A coins, a Liberty Head<br />

gold $10, 1893, edge wear<br />

otherwise VF<br />

Lot 394<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A WW2 DFC medal group to<br />

1451840 Flight Lieutenant<br />

K.H.Dempster comprising D.F.C,<br />

W.M, D.M, 1939-45 star and Air<br />

Crew Europe star, with Flying<br />

Log Book dated 16.5.42-13.7.45<br />

recording bombing missions<br />

including Düsseldorf, Cologne and<br />

Hamburg, 25 sorties in the 1st<br />

Operational Tour, total flying time<br />

259.22 hours. D.F.C awarded in<br />

December 1943, sold with a pull<br />

release handle from his bailout<br />

and related ephemera.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

390<br />

Lot 395<br />

An Israeli 22ct gold “Victory” coin, June 1967,<br />

one of 9000, 26.68grms, cased and an Israeli<br />

silver “Victory” coin, cased, (2)<br />

£600 - 900<br />

395<br />

146


396<br />

398<br />

401<br />

397<br />

400<br />

Lot 398<br />

A late 18th century gold and old cut diamond set<br />

circular cluster ring, with carved shank and diamond set<br />

shoulders, size K/L, gross weight 3.5 grams.<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 396<br />

A gold and old cut five stone diamond set ‘cross’<br />

ring, with diamond chip set spacers, size O, gross<br />

weight 4.3 grams.<br />

Lot 397<br />

399<br />

£700 - 800<br />

A single strand graduated natural saltwater pearl<br />

necklace, with Gem and Pearl Laboratory report dated<br />

5/8/2014, largest pearl diameter 7.0mm, smallest 3.0-<br />

3.5mm, gross weight 15.71 grams, 44cm, with a split<br />

pearl set gold barrel shaped clasp.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 399<br />

An early 20th century French Chaumet & Co 18ct<br />

gold, natural saltwater baroque pearl, demantoid<br />

garnet, ruby and rose cut diamond set novelty<br />

stick pin, modelled as a pistol, signed Chaumet &<br />

Co, Londres, Paris, with accompanying Gem & Pearl<br />

Laboratory report dated 14th December, 2021, 78mm,<br />

gross weight 5.7 grams.<br />

Lot 400<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A Regency gold and inset ivory oval memorial ring,<br />

depicting initials below hearts and a dove, size M, gross<br />

weight 5.7 grams. Ivory submission: CFG6N5ZN<br />

Lot 401<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Regency parcel gilt silver seed pearl and enamel<br />

set oval pendant, with inset ivory panel of a semi-clad<br />

figure with a lyre, verso with glazed panel above plaited<br />

hair, 6cm, gross weight 13.6 grams. Ivory submission<br />

reference: VD2L2Q5D<br />

£400 - 600<br />

147


402<br />

406<br />

405<br />

404<br />

409<br />

Lot 405<br />

An early 19th century gold and eleven stone oval cut<br />

amethyst set pendant necklace and a similar cross<br />

pendant (repair), necklace 37cm, pendant 49mm, gross<br />

weight 45.8 grams.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

407 408<br />

Lot 402<br />

A 19th century Italian gold mounted micro-mosaic<br />

oval brooch, depicting a countryside scene, 54mm,<br />

gross weight 21.3 grams. (a.f.)<br />

Lot 403<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A 1920’s, gold and platinum, millegrain set sapphire<br />

and diamond cluster set ring, with central heart<br />

shaped diamond, size N, gross weight 3.8 grams.<br />

Lot 404<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A 19th century gold, carved amethyst and diamond<br />

cluster set dress ring, the stone carved with a rose, with<br />

diamond set shoulders, size M, gross weight 4.4 grams.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 406<br />

An Edwardian diamond set circular gold brooch<br />

with inset miniature portrait bust of a lady, 29mm<br />

gross weight 7.9 grams. Ivory submission reference:<br />

4CLP3MZ4<br />

Lot 407<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Regency gold and enamel mounted miniature inset<br />

mourning brooch, of navette shape, the panel painted<br />

with the bust of a lady and hair below glazed panel<br />

verso, 42mm, gross weight 11.5 grams. Ivory submission<br />

reference: QYRA7DKL<br />

Lot 408<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Victorian gold and silver, rose cut diamond and<br />

heart shaped citrine set pendant, 26mm, gross weight<br />

3.8 grams.<br />

Lot 409<br />

An early 20th century 15ct gold rope twist guard<br />

chain, 146cm, 33.5 grams.<br />

£250 - 300<br />

£650 - 850<br />

148


410<br />

413<br />

416<br />

412<br />

411<br />

417<br />

415<br />

403<br />

414<br />

Lot 410<br />

A Victorian style gold and graduated rose cut<br />

diamond set heart shaped pendant, with diamond and<br />

spinel? set bale modelled as a swallow, with closed<br />

back setting, overall 50mm, gross weight 20.3 grams.<br />

Lot 411<br />

£1,000 - 1,200<br />

An Edwardian 18ct gold, ruby, white opal and<br />

diamond set circular cluster dress ring, with split<br />

shoulders, size O, gross weight 3.7 grams.<br />

Lot 412<br />

£250 - 350<br />

A gold, cabochon sapphire and yellow diamond set<br />

twin serpent head ring, size Y/Z, gross14 grams.<br />

Lot 413<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A late 19th century/early 20th century French 18ct<br />

gold and rose cut diamond encrusted fob lapel watch,<br />

on a rose cut diamond set ribbon bow suspension<br />

brooch, with Roman dial, the largest stone weighing<br />

approximately 0.70ct.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 414<br />

An early 20th century gold, white opal and diamond<br />

set circular cluster ring, with graduated diamond set<br />

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

Lot 415<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A mid 20th century white gold and single stone<br />

diamond ring, with diamond set crossover shoulders,<br />

the central stone weighing approximately 1.50ct, size<br />

M/N, gross weight 4.2 grams.<br />

Lot 416<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

A 1920’s gold and platinum, white opal and millegrain<br />

set diamond cluster pear shaped drop pendant<br />

necklace, on a fine link unmarked chain, pendant section<br />

37mm, overall 49cm, gross weight 4.3 grams.<br />

Lot 417<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 20th century Dutch 14k gold and six stone facet cut<br />

cabochon garnet set fancy link bracelet, 19cm, gross<br />

weight 30 grams.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

149


419<br />

418<br />

420<br />

422<br />

421<br />

429<br />

424<br />

Lot 418<br />

An early to mid 20th century pierced platinum, gold<br />

and millegrain set diamond cluster drop pendant, with<br />

diamond set flower head bale, 50mm, on a white gold?<br />

chain, 40cm, gross weight 6.2 grams.<br />

Lot 419<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early to mid 20th century continental gold and<br />

silver, graduated diamond and sapphire set line<br />

bracelet, set with round and rose cut diamonds and<br />

shaped cut sapphires (thirteen small sapphires and one<br />

small diamond missing), Arabic? inscription to clasp,<br />

18.5cm, gross weight 17.5 grams.<br />

Lot 420<br />

£1,000 - 1,200<br />

A white gold two colour enamel and diamond chip set<br />

Royal Artillery sweethearts brooch, 4cm, gross weight<br />

6.9 grams.<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 421<br />

A Victorian gold, silver and diamond cluster set target<br />

pendant brooch, the central stone approximately 0.75ct,<br />

overall 32mm, gross weight 7.5 grams.<br />

Lot 422<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A pair of early to mid 20th century gold, platinum and<br />

graduated three stone diamond set drop earrings, the<br />

largest stone diameter approximately 6.5mm, overall drop<br />

17mm, gross weight 2.9 grams.<br />

Lot 423<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An Edwardian gold, eight stone oval opal set oval<br />

brooch, with diamond chip spacers, 20mm, gross<br />

weight 4.5 grams.<br />

Lot 424<br />

£200 - 300<br />

An early 20th century gold and silver, white opal, ruby<br />

and diamond set bug brooch, 42mm, gross 10.9 grams.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

150


425<br />

427<br />

428<br />

426<br />

430<br />

423<br />

432<br />

Lot 425<br />

An early 20th century continental gold, diamond chip<br />

and blue enamel set open faced fob watch, on a gold<br />

and blue enamel set suspension bow brooch, with<br />

Arabic dial and diamond set Prince of Wales feathers<br />

motif verso, overall 5cm, gross weight 19.3 grams, in<br />

fitted leather case.<br />

Lot 426<br />

£250 - 300<br />

A Victorian gold and silver, heart shaped white opal<br />

and old round cut diamond cluster set circular drop<br />

pendant brooch, overall 4cm, gross weight 13.6 grams.<br />

Lot 427<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Victorian gold, enamel and seed pearl set oval<br />

locket, on a 19th century Vienna 580/1000 gold chain,<br />

locket 56mm, chain 42cm, gross weight 66.7 grams.<br />

Lot 428<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Victorian gold circular pendant, with flower head<br />

centre and glazed back, on a later 9ct gold chain,<br />

pendant diameter 34mm, gross weight 16.8 grams.<br />

Lot 429<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An early 20th century two colour 18ct gold, 15ct gold<br />

and enamel set brooch, modelled as a bird of prey,<br />

width 38mm, gross weight 5.5 grams.<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 430<br />

An early 20th century French platinum, sapphire and<br />

diamond bar brooch, the central round cut sapphire<br />

of good colour, with diamond border, flanked by<br />

diamonds and shaped cut sapphires, the sapphire<br />

with an approximate diameter of 11.8mm and a depth of<br />

5.9mm, the mount engraved with the number 15717?,<br />

51mm, gross 7.6 grams.<br />

Lot 431<br />

£7,000 - 10,000<br />

An early 20th century 9ct gold albert with magnified<br />

lens fob, 45cm, gross weight 49.9 grams.<br />

Lot 432<br />

431<br />

£500 - 800<br />

An 18ct white gold and platinum, two stone diamond<br />

and single stone synthetic? ruby set crossover ring,<br />

with diamond set shoulders, size N, gross weight 4.6<br />

grams, the two larger diamonds with a total weight of<br />

approximately 1.20ct.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

151


433<br />

440<br />

437<br />

434<br />

438<br />

435<br />

436<br />

Lot 433<br />

A modern 18ct white gold, square cut emerald and<br />

round cut diamond set half eternity ring, size L/M,<br />

gross weight 4.9 grams.<br />

Lot 434<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A gold, emerald and diamond set two stone crossover<br />

ring, with diamond set shoulders, the diamond<br />

and emerald diameters 5.6mm and 5.4mm respectively,<br />

size O, gross weight 3.3 grams.<br />

Lot 435<br />

£350 - 450<br />

A single stand graduated oval amber bead necklace,<br />

76cm, gross weight 85 grams.<br />

Lot 436<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

A modern 18ct white gold and emerald cut diamond<br />

set line bracelet, the sixty nine stones with a total<br />

diamond weight of 7.54ct, with an average d colour and<br />

clarity of F/G and VS, 17.7cm, gross weight 15.2 grams.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 437<br />

A modern platinum and solitaire oval cut diamond<br />

set ring, with a G.H. Pressley & Son insurance valuation,<br />

stating the stone to weigh 0.90ct, with an d colour and<br />

clarity of D/E and SI1, size L, gross weight 5 grams.<br />

Lot 438<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A modern 18ct white gold and nine stone diamond<br />

illusion set circular cluster ring, size M/N, gross weight<br />

4.8 grams.<br />

Lot 439<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A white gold, sapphire and diamond cluster set floral<br />

spray brooch, 53mm, gross weight 18.8 grams.<br />

Lot 440<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A modern gold, single stone South Sea pearl, single<br />

stone pear cut diamond and graduated seven stone<br />

pink diamond set drop pendant, the pear cut diamond<br />

weighing approximately 0.83ct, the pearl diameter<br />

12.0mm-12.5mm, pendant 23mm, on a 9ct gold chain,<br />

42cmm gross weight 10 grams.<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

152


442 444 441<br />

446<br />

443<br />

439<br />

445<br />

Lot 441<br />

A modern pair of gold (tests as 18ct), emerald and<br />

diamond set scrolling cluster earrings, total emerald<br />

weight approximately 0.83ct, 15mm, gross weight 7.6<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 442<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early 20th century 18ct gold, square cut single<br />

stone emerald and two stone cushion cut diamond<br />

set dress ring, the emerald measuring approximately<br />

9.8mm, with a depth of 4.9mm, the diamonds<br />

approximately 6.5mm and 6.3mm with a depth 3.8mm<br />

and 4.2mm,with a depth of 4.9mm, size M/N, gross<br />

weight 4.8 grams.<br />

Lot 443<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A quintuple strand seed pearl choker necklace, with<br />

pierced gold, platinum and diamond cluster set<br />

quatrefoil shaped clasp, 30cm, gross weight 29 grams.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 444<br />

A large gold and single stone oval cut emerald set<br />

dress ring, with round and princess cut diamond<br />

cluster set shoulders, the collet set emerald measuring<br />

approximately 19.5mm by 15.3mm, with a depth of<br />

12.4mm, the shoulders set with fourteen princess cut<br />

diamonds and twenty eight round cut diamonds, size Q/R,<br />

gross weight 31 grams.<br />

Lot 445<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

A modern pair of 18ct white gold, diamond cluster<br />

and three stone diamond drop set earrings, 28mm,<br />

gross weight 6.6 grams.<br />

Lot 446<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A modern 1920’s style pierced 18k white gold,<br />

diamond and black onyx set rectangular pendant, the<br />

total diamond weight approximately 1.50ct, overall 50mm,<br />

gross weight 13.1 grams.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

153


454<br />

450<br />

452<br />

449<br />

453<br />

447<br />

Lot 447<br />

A modern 18k white gold, blue topaz and diamond<br />

oval cluster dress ring, with diamond set shoulders,<br />

the topaz weighing approximately 7.05ct, size N, gross<br />

weight 9.5 grams.<br />

Lot 448<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A modern platinum and single stone trilliant cut<br />

spessartite garnet ring, with diamond set border and<br />

two criss-emerald cut diamond set shoulders, by<br />

Musson, the garnet weighing approximately 4.20ct, the<br />

two larger diamonds weighing approximately 1.03ct, size<br />

Q, gross weight 14.8 grams.<br />

Lot 449<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A modern pair of 14kt white gold, blue topaz and<br />

diamond chip set drop earrings, each topaz weighing<br />

approximately 5.00ct, overall 40mm, gross weight 9.5<br />

grams.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 450<br />

A cased modern single strand graduated shaped<br />

mabe pearl and round brilliant cut diamond set drop<br />

necklace, with 18ct gold clasp and chain section,<br />

retailed by Musson, 54cmm, gross weight 73.9 grams.<br />

Lot 451<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A modern 18k gold four stone pear shaped pink<br />

tourmaline set dress ring with diamond chip set<br />

border, of quatrefoil shape, size M, gross weight 5.3<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 452<br />

£220 - 260<br />

A modern pair of single stone South Sea Tahitian<br />

pearl style and diamond chip set drop earrings, each<br />

pearl diameter approximately 12.5mm-13.0mm, overall<br />

40mm, gross weight 11.5 grams.<br />

Lot 453<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A modern pair of Italian 18ct white gold and pave set<br />

diamond heart shaped earrings, by Chimento, overall<br />

25mm, gross weight 12.7 grams.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

154


451<br />

455<br />

448<br />

459<br />

456<br />

458<br />

460<br />

457<br />

Lot 454<br />

A pair of white gold, diamond and turquoise cluster<br />

set scroll drop ear clips, 42mm, gross weight 11.8<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 455<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A pair of gold, diamond and ruby cluster set ear clips,<br />

18mm, gross weight 8.4 grams.<br />

Lot 456<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A mid 20th century platinum, single stone emerald<br />

cut diamond and two stone emerald set dress ring,<br />

the diamond weighing approximately in excess of 2.00ct,<br />

size O, gross weight 4.8 grams.<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

Lot 457<br />

A modern platinum and emerald cut single stone<br />

diamond ring, with stepped graduated baguette cut<br />

diamond set shoulders, the central stone measuring<br />

8.1mmm by 4.5mm, size M/N, gross weight 6.2 grams.<br />

Lot 458<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A modern platinum and solitaire trillion cut diamond<br />

set ring, the shaped shank stamped Yau Wing, the stone<br />

measuring approximately 8.1mm, size L, gross weight 3.6<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 459<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A pair of modern Italian 750 yellow metal curblink,<br />

pink sapphire and diamond chip set oval earclips,<br />

22mm, gross 8.2 grams.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 460<br />

A modern Cartier 18k gold spiral twist open work<br />

bangle, signed and numbered 107998, 15 grams.<br />

£500 - 700<br />

155


463<br />

461<br />

462<br />

466<br />

464<br />

465<br />

Lot 461<br />

A Vivianna Torun for Georg Jensen sterling silver and<br />

moss agate set pendant necklet, the necklet numbered<br />

169, the pendant numbered 133, pendant 67mm.<br />

Lot 462<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A Vivianna Torun for Georg Jensen sterling silver<br />

scroll brooch, numbered 392, 97mm.<br />

Lot 463<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Vivianna Torun for Georg Jensen sterling silver and<br />

oval cabochon lapis lazuli set bangle, numbered 203,<br />

interior diameter approx. 56mm.<br />

Lot 464<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Cartier 18k gold, platinum and six stone baguette<br />

cut diamond set novelty stick pin, modelled and a<br />

pistol inscribed ‘Peacemaker’, with petrified wood?<br />

handle, signed, 76mm, gross weight 5.5 grams.<br />

Lot 465<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An 18K white gold and synthetic sapphire? flower<br />

head cluster set necklace, gross weight 65 grams.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 466<br />

A modern white gold (tests as 18ct), single stone<br />

oval cut Ceylon sapphire and two stone shield cut<br />

diamond set dress ring, by Musson, the sapphire<br />

weighing approximately 3.25ct, the diamonds with an<br />

approximate total weight of 0.72ct, size P, gross weight<br />

14.5 grams.<br />

Lot 467<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A modern 18ct gold and single stone cushion cut<br />

amethyst set dress ring, with ten stone diamond set<br />

shoulders, retailed by Musson, size N, gross weight 9.9<br />

grams<br />

Lot 468<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A modern 18k white gold and collet set solitaire<br />

diamond ring, with pierced shoulders, the stone<br />

weighing approximately 0.50ct, size N/O, gross weight<br />

10.1 grams<br />

Lot 469<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A large modern 14k white gold and emerald cut<br />

aquamarine set dress ring, flanked by six round<br />

cut diamonds, size L/M, gross weight 16.2 grams, the<br />

aquamarine measuring approximately 26mm by 18.6mm,<br />

with a depth of 12.6mm.<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

156


467<br />

475<br />

469<br />

471<br />

472<br />

468<br />

473<br />

Lot 470<br />

A modern 18k gold and round brilliant cut diamond<br />

set line bracelet, set with thirty five stones, each stone<br />

measuring approx. 4.4mm in diameter, 18cm, gross<br />

weight 14.7 grams.<br />

Lot 471<br />

£3,500 - 4,500<br />

A Cartier triple band three colour 750 yellow metal<br />

Trinity Classique ‘’Russian’’ wedding ring, numbered<br />

10Q801, size Y/Z, 15 grams, in Cartier box.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 472<br />

A 1960’s 9ct gold Cartier rectangular pill box, with<br />

samorodok decoration, signed Cartier, London and<br />

numbered N or M 4222, hallmarked for Jacques Cartier,<br />

London, 1966, 46mm, 33.8 grams, in fitted Cartier gilt<br />

tooled red leather box.<br />

Lot 473<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A mid 20th century platinum, single stone oval cut<br />

sapphire and two stone cushion cut diamond set<br />

dress ring, size M, gross weight 3.4 grams.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 474<br />

A lady’s 1950’s gold, ruby and diamond set manual<br />

wind rectangular dial cocktail watch, with Arabic dial<br />

and twin strand bracelet, overall 16cm, gross weight 33.8<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 475<br />

470<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A gold and graduated twenty one stone cabochon<br />

moonstone set fringe necklace, 38cm, gross weight,<br />

gross 22.9 grams.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

157


478<br />

476<br />

479<br />

480<br />

477<br />

481<br />

Lot 476<br />

A modern French 18ct gold and pave set diamond ‘U’<br />

shaped pendant, on a French 18ct gold chain, pendant<br />

19mm, chain 39cm, gross weight 16.5 grams.<br />

Lot 477<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A modern gold (tests as 18ct), pink and white pave<br />

set diamond cross over ring, by Musson, total<br />

approximate pink diamond weight 0.68ct, total white<br />

diamond weight approximate weight 1.36ct, size Q, gross<br />

weight 9.9 grams.<br />

Lot 478<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A cased modern Italian 18ct two colour gold and pave<br />

set diamond heart shaped pendant by Chimento,<br />

on an 18ct gold snake link chain, retailed by Musson,<br />

pendant 26mm, chain 48cm, gross weight 21.6 grams.<br />

Lot 479<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A modern pair of gold (tests as 18ct) and two stone<br />

South Sea pearl and diamond cluster set double drop<br />

earrings, overall 56mm, gross weight 18.8 grams, pear<br />

diameters 12.0mm-12.5mm.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 480<br />

A modern 18k gold and seven stone diamond cluster<br />

set necklace, 45cm, gross weight 17.2 grams.<br />

Lot 481<br />

£450 - 550<br />

A modern Australian Kailis 18k white gold, single<br />

stone South Sea pearl and diamond chip cluster set<br />

‘Icon Star’ pendant, 31mm, gross weight 10.5 grams.<br />

Lot 482<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A large modern 14k white gold, morganite, four colour<br />

sapphire (including colourless) and diamond chip set<br />

triple flower head dress ring, in a raised setting, the<br />

emerald cut morganite weighing approximately 15.00ct,<br />

size K, gross weight 12.2 grams.<br />

Lot 483<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A mid 20th century Italian 18k gold and graduated<br />

ruby and sapphire set bracelet by Vendorafa, each<br />

rectangular link with gem set ‘S’ scroll motif, 17.7cm,<br />

gross weight 49 grams.<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

158


486<br />

482<br />

Lot 484<br />

A mid 20th century white gold and pave set diamond<br />

ribbon bow brooch, the stones in an abstract scrolling<br />

millegrain setting, 77mm, gross weight 15.5 grams.<br />

Lot 485<br />

£600-800<br />

A mid to late 20th century textured 18k white gold,<br />

sapphire, round and baguette cut diamond set triple<br />

oval cluster bracelet, approximately 17.5cm, gross<br />

weight 22.4 grams..<br />

Lot 486<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A platinum two stone diamond and single stone<br />

sapphire ring, the total diamond weight approximately<br />

1.30ct, size P, gross weight 4.2 grams.<br />

£500 - 800<br />

483<br />

484<br />

Lot 487<br />

A modern pair of 18ct white gold, single stone South<br />

Sea pearl and eight stone diamond cluster set drop<br />

earrings, by Kailis, pearl diameter 12.5mm, overall<br />

35mm, gross weight 15.5 grams..<br />

Lot 488<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A modern Paspaley platinum and gypsy set pink<br />

and white diamond cluster set leaf shaped enhancer<br />

pendant, from their Paradis Collection, with custom<br />

made fitting/bale, 44mm, gross weight 15.6 grams.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

487<br />

485<br />

488<br />

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