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<strong>Spring</strong> <strong>Fine</strong> <strong>Sale</strong><br />

<strong>14th</strong> <strong>March</strong> <strong>2023</strong><br />

<strong>Spring</strong> <strong>Fine</strong> <strong>Sale</strong><br />

<strong>14th</strong> <strong>March</strong> <strong>2023</strong>


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WINTER SALE<br />

Tuesday <strong>14th</strong> <strong>March</strong><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 10th <strong>March</strong> 9.00-5.00<br />

Saturday 11th <strong>March</strong> 9.00-1.00<br />

Monday 13th <strong>March</strong> 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 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 416<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


Tuesday 25th APRIL<br />

A specialist stand alone sale of dolls and doll’s houses featuring the doll’s house<br />

collection of the late Joy McQuade<br />

FINE FRENCH AND GERMAN DOLLS, FROM A PRIVATE ESSEX COLLECTION,<br />

including:- <strong>Fine</strong> examples by Tete Jumeau, Bru, Jules Steiner, Kammer and Reinhardt,<br />

Madame Barrois, J.D. Kestner and numerous others. Approximately 200 lots<br />

‘Willow House’, a good ‘Blue Roof’ doll’s house, Moritz Gottschalk of<br />

Marienburg, Germany, c.1900


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 9 a.m. on the saleday.<br />

TELEPHONE BIDDING<br />

Telephone bids must be received no later than close of business on the 13th of <strong>March</strong>.<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 22nd of <strong>March</strong> 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 />

BOOK A COLLECTION<br />

Collection is by appointment only. You need to book a collection time by 4pm the previous day. Visit the website or<br />

follow the link on your invoice to book a collection time. Purchases not collected within two weeks of the sale date<br />

will be held in storage and charged at the rate of £5+ VAT per lot per day. Please contact us if you require special<br />

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 <strong>14th</strong> <strong>March</strong> 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 - 64<br />

65 - 106<br />

107 - 233<br />

234 - 247<br />

248 - 299<br />

Tuesday <strong>14th</strong> <strong>March</strong> at 1.00pm<br />

Paintings and Prints<br />

Silver - 2.30pm approx<br />

300 - 431<br />

432 - 453<br />

Medals, Watches &<br />

Jewellery - 2.45pm approx<br />

454 - 551<br />

175


Miscellanea, Bronzes & Indian<br />

Works of Art<br />

Lots 1 - 64<br />

17


Lot 3<br />

° Scott, Robert Falcon - Scott’s Last Expedition, 2<br />

vols, [vol 1: the journal of Captain R.F. Scott; Vol.<br />

2: the reports of the journey’s and the scientific<br />

work undertaken by Dr. E.A. Wilson and the<br />

surviving members of the expedition, arranged<br />

by Leonard Huxley], 1st edition, preface by Sir<br />

Clements Markham, half-titles, titles printed in red and black,<br />

2 photogravure frontispieces, 2 folding panoramas, 8 folding<br />

maps, numerous plates, after Herbert Ponting, Edward Wilson<br />

and others (3 double-page, 18 coloured), 8vo, publishers blue<br />

cloth with gilt lettering, Smith, Elder & Co., London, 1913<br />

Lot 4<br />

£300 - 500<br />

° [Eithiopic Coptic Church text, (?) Gospel Book]<br />

86ff., printed on parchment. commencing page in red<br />

and black, others with some red printing, in double column;<br />

contemp. blind-decorated calf, sm.cr.8vo. (?late 18th/early 19th<br />

cent.)<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 1<br />

° Manuscript Cookery Book of Lady Anne<br />

Blencowe, (3)pp. index and 34 (ex36)pp. of cookery<br />

‘receipts’ (apparently in her hand); contemp. blind-panelled<br />

vellum, med.8vo., and boldy written ‘A Blencowe’ within<br />

flourishes in central panel of lower cover. (late 17th / early<br />

18th cents.). Anne Blencowe (1656-1718), eldest daughter<br />

of the eminent Savillian professor at Oxford, John Wallis, had<br />

married Sir John Blencowe (politician and lawyer, of Marston St.<br />

Lawrence, Northants) in 1675. In the earlier 20th cent. another<br />

of her receipt books came to light, being published in a limited<br />

edition (1925) with an introduction by George Saintsbury. The<br />

receipts here, generally favouring fruits, puddings and cakes<br />

over fish and meat - as did, apparently, the 1694 dated volume<br />

- include bisketts, gingerbread, egg cheesecakes, damson or<br />

bulace chese, gooseberry vinegar etc.; a few are credited -<br />

Lady Probyn’s custard pancakes, Mrs Steptoes orange cream,<br />

Mrs Barnardistons sago pudding ... It is tempting to suggest<br />

that this might be a precursor of the published book, though<br />

a connection with a kinswoman, Lady Elizabeth Probyn (5<br />

credits) may point to a later date.<br />

Lot 2<br />

£5,000 - 6,000<br />

° Grahame, Kenneth - The Wind in the Willows,<br />

1st edition, frontispiece by Graham Robertson,<br />

8vo, green morocco with a gilt trailing leaf design binding by<br />

ME, half title, top edge gilt, others untrimmed, end papers and<br />

fly leaves renewed, Methuen and Co., London, 1908<br />

1<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 5<br />

° Tolkein, John Ronald Reuel - The Lord of the<br />

Rings trilogy; comprises: The Fellowship of the Ring (4th<br />

impression, Nov.1955); The Two Towers (2nd impression,<br />

1955); The Return of the King (First Edition, 1955). all with the<br />

folded, red-lettered map and half titles; publisher’s cloth (no d/<br />

wrappers). 3 vols., Allen & Unwin, 1955. (3)<br />

Lot 6<br />

£400 - 600<br />

° Angelo, Henry - The School of Fencing with ...<br />

the Principal Attitudes and Positions Peculiar to<br />

the Art. First edition. 47 engraved illus. on 44 plates;<br />

contemp. half calf and marbled boards, gilt-decorated spine and<br />

gilt red morocco label on upper board, oblong 8vo. 1787<br />

Lot 7<br />

£300 - 400<br />

° Shoberl, Frederick, editor - The World in<br />

Miniature: Turkey ... 6 vols (in 3). 73 hand-coloured<br />

plates: contemp. gilt-ruled and blind-decorated morocco, giltdecorated<br />

panelled spines, ge., gilt board edges and turn-ins,<br />

marbled e/ps., 12mo. R. Ackermann, (1821) (3)<br />

Lot 8<br />

£200 - 300<br />

° Roberts, David - The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea,<br />

Arabia, Egypt, and Nubia. 6 vols (in 3). with 6 pictorial<br />

titles, 2 maps, a portrait and 241 tinted (a few coloured)<br />

lithographed plates; publisher’s gilt-decorated morocco with<br />

panelled spines and ge., 4to. 1855-56 (3)<br />

£600 - 800


2<br />

3<br />

10<br />

4<br />

5<br />

6<br />

Lot 9<br />

° Cook, Capt. James and King, Capt. James -<br />

A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean ... for making<br />

Discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere ... (i.e.<br />

Cook’s Third Voyage). First Edition, 3 vols. with 24 plates<br />

(incl. maps, charts etc.) and a folded table; contemp. tree calf,<br />

gilt-extra decorated spines and marbled e/ps., roy. 4to. printed<br />

by W. and A. Strahan: for G. Nicol ... and T. Cadell ... 1784<br />

Lot 10<br />

£600 - 800<br />

° Tolkien, J.R.R - The Lord of the Rings, 3 vols,<br />

1st editions, comprising The Fellowship of the Ring, fourth<br />

impression, 1955; The Two Towers, fourth impression, 1956 and<br />

The Return of the King, second impression, 1955, all in d/j’s,<br />

8vo, original cloth, with folding maps, George Allen and Unwin.<br />

7<br />

£1,000 - 1,200<br />

8<br />

9


11<br />

Lot 11<br />

° Dickens, Charles - A Christmas Carol, in Prose,<br />

Being a Ghost Story of Christmas, 1st edition,<br />

1st issue, Chapman & Hall, 1843 half-title printed in<br />

blue, title-page printed in red and blue, verso printed in blue,<br />

2-page publisher’s advertisement at end, hand-coloured etched<br />

frontispiece and 3 plates by John Leech, 4 wood-engravings<br />

in the text by W.J. Linton after Leech, light green endpapers,<br />

all edges gilt, original reddish-brown fine-ribbed cloth with<br />

decorative blind border surrounding central gilt cartouche<br />

and lettering on upper cover, spine lettered and decorated in<br />

gilt, 8vo (163 x 102mm), Eckel, p. 110; Smith II:4. First edition,<br />

first issue with ‘Stave I’ as the first chapter heading and no<br />

text changes. The binding conforms to William B. Todd’s first<br />

impression, first issue with the closest interval between blindstamping<br />

left margin and left extremity of wreath 14-15mm,<br />

and ‘D’ of ‘Dickens’ within wreath on front cover in perfect<br />

condition. (The Book Collector, Winter 1961, pp. 449-454.) A<br />

Christmas Carol was published on 19 December 1843, selling<br />

6,000 copies in the few days before Christmas. Despite its<br />

enormous success it was a financial disaster for Dickens. It<br />

was a separate commission requested by him of his publishers<br />

Chapman and Hall, with Dickens insisting on a fine coloured<br />

binding and endpapers with gilt lettering. Although it went<br />

into seven editions by May 1844 almost all the profits were<br />

absorbed in the expenses of binding, special papers, coloured<br />

plates and advertising, and Dickens found himself overdrawn<br />

on his Coutts account, and had to ask his friend Mitton for<br />

another loan, together with - Dickens, Charles - The Battle<br />

of Life, 1st edition, wood-engraved frontispiece, additional<br />

pictorial title and illustrations by Daniel Maclise, Richard<br />

Doyle, Clarkson Stansfield and John Leech, publisher’s deep<br />

red horizontally-ribbed cloth decorated in blind, upper cover<br />

gilt-stamped with two cherubs mounted on wasp’s above<br />

floral spray, spine with similar design, all edges gilt, 8vo, 2-page<br />

publisher’s advertisement at end, Bradbury & Evans, 1846 (2)<br />

£5,000 - 8,000<br />

Lot 12<br />

° Lear, Edward (1812-1888) - Views in Rome<br />

and its Environs: Drawn from Nature on Stone,<br />

title with lithographed vignette of Ostia, ‘’list<br />

of subjects’’ list, 25 tinted lithographic panoramic views<br />

of Rome and Campagna by Lear (complete), some contents<br />

loose, folio, in contemporary calf-backed boards, title in gilt to<br />

upper cover, printed by G. Hullmandel, published by T. M’Lean,<br />

London, 1841<br />

Lot 13<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Persian manuscript, with extensive inscription beneath<br />

a domed top within floral painted and gilt borders, 133 x 54cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

12


14<br />

Lot 14<br />

° Lionel Jeffries (1926-2010) - Screenplay, 1st<br />

draft, as screenwriter and director of ‘’The<br />

Railway Children, of his adaptation from the<br />

original novel by E. Nesbit, dated June, 1968,<br />

annotated and corrected by Jeffries in black<br />

ink and pencil, 139 numbered pages, folio, (33<br />

x 20cms), within a black sprung-hinged binder, the inner<br />

board with the director’s bold signature in felt pen, with an<br />

inserted pictorial title page, depicting a sketch of ‘’Bobbie’’,<br />

the inner back board with a sketch of ‘’Peter’’, both by Jeffries<br />

and a handwritten note suggesting an early idea of music<br />

by Jake Thackray. Together with a partially filled scrapbook<br />

of newspaper cuttings relating to the film, a programme for<br />

the Royal Charity Matinee, at the ABC cinema Shaftesbury<br />

Avenue, on 22nd December, 1970, his personal white label<br />

‘’for approval’’ copies of The Railway Children studio 2 LP set,<br />

with narration by Jeffries, dated 30th November, 1970 and two<br />

EMI The Railway Children LP’S., Together with - The Railway<br />

Children, 1970 - Thirty seven black and white images, most<br />

previously unpublished, showing members of the cast between<br />

takes, consisting of twenty-eight images 38 x 20cms; seven<br />

images 28 x 35cms. and two images 21 x 25cms; The images<br />

principally taken by Ronnie Pilgrim (1913-2003), (official stills<br />

cameraman) with others by Brian Duff (1929-2007) etc., The<br />

images principally depict Jenny Agutter, Gary Warren, Sally<br />

Thompsett and Lionel Jeffries.<br />

Provenance: Lionel Jeffries (1926-2010) - all items from the<br />

personal collection of his son, Ty Jeffries.<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 15<br />

Lionel Jeffries (1926-2010) - a collection of 88<br />

mainly black and white photographs of stills of<br />

Jeffries, from the films and filming of the actor/<br />

director, including:- ‘’The Truth About <strong>Spring</strong>”, 1965, (2);<br />

‘’Murder Ahoy’’, 1964, (8); ‘’The Revenge of Frankenstein’’,<br />

1958, (2); ‘’Jazz Boat’’, 1960, (10); ‘’The Spy with the Cold<br />

Nose”, 1966, (7); ‘’Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’’, 1968, (10); ‘’First<br />

Man in the Moon’’, 1964, (19); ‘’You Must be Joking’’, 1965,<br />

(2); ‘’Windfall’’, 1961, (4); ‘’The Hellions’’, 1961, (5); ‘’Two Way<br />

Stretch’’, 1960, (16); ‘’The Trials of Oscar Wilde, 1960, (3)<br />

Provenance: Lionel Jeffries (1926-2010) - all items from the<br />

personal collection of his son, Ty Jeffries.<br />

15<br />

£100 - 150


Lot 16<br />

A collection of 13 autograph letters and<br />

telegrams to Lionel Jeffries, from 20th century<br />

film and theatre celebrities, consisting:- Alfred<br />

Hitchcock (1899-1980) - a two page manuscript telegram, from<br />

Los Angeles, dated 12th <strong>March</strong>, 1971, ‘’Dear Jeff, You have not<br />

half made a mess of my private projection room at the studio<br />

stop. After seeing your delightful and charming film [‘’The<br />

Railway Children”] I have to call in the studio fire brigade to<br />

pump the water out because I had with me a very lachrymose<br />

pair in Alma and Pat [Hitchcock’s wife and daughter] stop.<br />

Congratulations on your water dividing [sic] power. Hitch’’<br />

Fred Astaire (1899-1987) - a telegram, from Beverly Hills,<br />

undated, circa 1970, to Mr and Mrs Lionel Jeffries, Little<br />

Prestwick, St. Huberts Lane, Gerrard Cross, Bucks, ‘’Loved<br />

Railway Children. Congratulations. Christmas greetings all<br />

family, Fred Astaire’’; a 2 page autograph letter, from Beverly<br />

Hills, dated 25th <strong>March</strong>, 1972, explaining why he turned down<br />

the offer to play Mr. Blunden, in The Amazing Mr. Blunden,<br />

signed, ‘’As ever - Fred’’. Together with original air mail<br />

envelope. And a postcard, ‘’Dear Friend, Sorry missed you. We<br />

never heard a word after receiving your telegram. Am leaving<br />

this weekend, but Ava is going on to London & will give you a<br />

ring. All best, Fred’’<br />

Sir Richard Attenborough (1923-2014) - Two typescript<br />

letters, from Old Friars, Richmond Green, Surrey, dated<br />

21st July, 1972, thanking Jeffries for sending a telegram in<br />

support of Attenborough’s production, as director, of ‘’The<br />

Young Winston’’ and a further typescript letter, from the<br />

same address, dated 18th June, 1993, thanking Jeffries for his<br />

congratulations upon receiving the title Baron Attenborough.<br />

Leslie Caron Hall (1931-) Two autograph letters, both from<br />

Flat 8, 24, Hyde Park, London, one dated 22nd April [1957]<br />

acknowledging the congratulations on the birth of her son,<br />

Christopher Hall. The other, a note offering sympathy for an<br />

accident suffered by Jeffries, [During location filming for a<br />

1983 episode of Tom, Dick and Harriet, a stunt involving a car<br />

and a lake went very badly wrong, ending up with Jeffries only<br />

just managing to get out of the car’s front window before the<br />

vehicle sank in 45 feet (14 m) of water]<br />

Bryan Forbes (1926-2013) - a 2 page typescript letter, from<br />

Seven Pines, Wentworth, Surrey, dated 26th November, 1972,<br />

congratulating Jeffries for his directorship of the film ‘’The<br />

Amazing Mr. Blunden, and 2 page manuscript letter, dated 20th<br />

October, 1981, relating to their mutual collaboration for the<br />

film, directed by Forbes - ‘’Better Late Than Never’’.<br />

Diana Dors (1931-1984) - a 2 page manuscript letter, on<br />

Yorkshire TV letterhead, dated 18th July, 1972, thanking Jeffries<br />

for offering her the role as Mrs. Wickens, in ‘’The Amazing Mr.<br />

Blunden’’, together with a receipt relating to a Mink coat, which<br />

was sold to Lionel’s wife, Eileen.<br />

Lord Cecil Douglas (1898-1981) [Lord Cecil Douglas was the<br />

grandson of Oscar Wilde’s lover Lord Alfred Douglas] - a 2<br />

page typescript letter, from 3, Chesham Street, London, dated<br />

12th April, 1960, addressed to ‘’Lionel Jeffries Esq., posing as<br />

John Sholto, Marquis of Queensbury (Anti-Sodomite)’’ - a<br />

satirical piece concerning Oscar Wilde. (Lionel Jeffries played<br />

Lord Queensbury in ‘’The Trials of Oscar Wilde’’), together<br />

with a rare historic framed photograph (annotated by Jeffries)<br />

of the opening night party of the Golden Globe and British<br />

Academy Award (now BAFTA) winning film - The Trials of<br />

Oscar Wilde, with the film’s director Ken Hughes, producer<br />

Irving Allen, actors John Frazer, Peter Finch and Lionel Jeffries -<br />

joined by Lord David Douglas, Lord Cecil Douglas and Vyvyan<br />

Holland (Oscar Wilde’s son), (14).<br />

Provenance: Lionel Jeffries (1926-2010) - all items from the<br />

personal collection of his son, Ty Jeffries.<br />

£600 - 900


Lot 17<br />

Lionel Jeffries (1926-2010) -<br />

Three signed black and white<br />

photographs of the actor/<br />

director and 52 various other<br />

images showing him on set and<br />

between rehearsals, covering<br />

a large number of films, with<br />

theatre and other programmes<br />

for the productions, ‘’Hello Dolly’’;<br />

‘’The Wrong Arm of the Law’’; ‘’Rookery<br />

Nook’’; ‘’Two into One’’ and “Cream in<br />

my Coffee” and sundry related ephemera,<br />

together with two LP records of music<br />

from the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, in<br />

which Jeffries played “Grandpa Potts”.<br />

Provenance: Lionel Jeffries (1926-2010) - all<br />

items from the personal collection of his<br />

son Ty Jeffries.<br />

Lot 18<br />

£80 - 120<br />

Ingrid Bergman (1915-1982)<br />

- a signed black and white<br />

photograph, inscribed, ‘’To Jeff,<br />

Ingrid Bergman, 1948’’, [“Jeff’’<br />

being Lionel Jeffries] 23.5 x<br />

18.5cms; and a further image<br />

of Ingrid Bergman and Lionel<br />

Jeffries, titled - ‘’That famous dancing<br />

partner - Ingrid Bergman’’, a still from<br />

This is Your Life, Lionel Jeffries, 21st April,<br />

1971, (2) The story being that a young<br />

Lionel danced with Ingrid Bergman, during<br />

the war and she kissed him on the cheek,<br />

after which he said that he ‘’didn’t wash<br />

his face again’’. Provenance: Lionel Jeffries<br />

(1926-2010) - all items from the personal<br />

collection of his son, Ty Jeffries.<br />

Lot 19<br />

£150 - 200<br />

Two British Quad film Posters:<br />

‘’The Railway Children’’(1970), artwork<br />

by Arnaldo Putzu, 76 x 101cms, From the<br />

study of Lionel Jeffries - his personal copy,<br />

mounted on stiff board, unframed and ‘’The<br />

Amazing Mr. Blunden’’ (1972) artwork by<br />

Maciek Piotrowski, Lionel Jeffries original<br />

master copy, 75 x 100cms, mounted on<br />

stiff board, framed, (2) Provenance: Lionel<br />

Jeffries (1926-2010) - all items from the<br />

personal collection of his son, Ty Jeffries.<br />

£200 - 300 19<br />

17<br />

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20<br />

23<br />

21<br />

Lot 20<br />

Two albums of albumen photographic views of<br />

Japan and Ceylon, c.1891-92, many colour tinted,<br />

most of the views titled within the image or hand inscribed<br />

in ink, the first album with Japanese ivory and bone mounted<br />

gilt decorated lacquer boards depicting Raiden the God of<br />

Thunder, 32 x 40cm, with forty views or portraits of Japan,<br />

each image 20 x 25.5cm, the second in Morocco leather, 28 x<br />

38.5cm, with fifty three views of Japan (including ‘nine views of<br />

the disastrous effects of the great earthquake in Nagoya, Gifu<br />

and Ogaki, Japan October 28, 1891’), 20.5 x 26.5cm or 21 x<br />

27cm, and fifteen views of Ceylon supplied by Scowen & Co.,<br />

Ivory submission reference: YYG7A7TT, 21.5 x 28cm<br />

Lot 21<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Dunhill Aquarium table lighter, with chromed metal<br />

mount, decorated with a Siamese fighting fish and two Angel<br />

fish, 9.5cm long, 7.5cm high<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

24<br />

Lot 22<br />

Nine mid 19th century Royal heraldic banners,<br />

decorated with armorials of European countries,<br />

including Russia, Great Britain, Spain, Denmark, Italy, Scotland,<br />

Austria, Spencer-Churchill, (Dukes of Marlborough) and France,<br />

polychrome painted on glazed linen, each hung from turned<br />

wood poles, each approximately 150cms x 50cm.<br />

Lot 23<br />

£600 - 900<br />

An 18th century Cretan fine hand woven linen<br />

square, possibly an altar piece, hand worked with a<br />

cream border and embroidered with polychrome threads into<br />

stylistic flowers and symbolic patterns around a centre cross<br />

motif, 39cm sq.<br />

£500 - 800


25<br />

22<br />

26<br />

Lot 24<br />

An 18th century Greek figural embroidery, possibly rom<br />

a larger panel, embroidered in polychrome silk thread interwoven<br />

flowers, leaves and figures (possibly monkeys) on a cream base, 35 x<br />

42cm<br />

Lot 25<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A late 19th century German painted wood Noah’s Ark<br />

with 136 assorted figures and animals, 14cm wide, 54cm<br />

long, 30cm high, largest figure 8cm<br />

Lot 26<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A Victorian carved and painted wood rocking horse, with<br />

remnants of original dapple grey finish, large glass eyes and traces of<br />

the original leather tack, on a pine trestle base, 174cm long, 145cm<br />

high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 27<br />

A Leonard Insull ventriloquist’s dummy, dressed in a check<br />

suit and wearing a sailor’s cap, approx. 130cm high, with walnut box<br />

seat<br />

£1,000 - 1500<br />

27


28<br />

29<br />

Lot 28<br />

A bottle of Laphroaig Vintage 1977 Islay Single<br />

Malt Scotch Whisky, 75cl. Single Malt., 43%<br />

volume, distilled and bottled by D. Johnston, Laphroaig<br />

Distillery. Bottled <strong>Spring</strong> 1977, with original box.<br />

Lot 29<br />

A bottle of Laphroaig Vintage 1976 Islay Single<br />

Malt Scotch Whisky, limited edition, 75cl, 43%,<br />

with original box numbered 3276/5400<br />

£600 - 800<br />

£800 - 1,200


30<br />

31<br />

Lot 30<br />

A cased set of eighty three Italian Grand Tour<br />

plaster roundels after intaglios of various<br />

subjects, with facsimile label on reverse of lid that reads<br />

‘Antonio Odelli/ Incisore/ di Camei ed’Intagli’, housed in the<br />

original three tier stacking box inscribed ‘Plaster casts’, box 29<br />

x 22.5cm, largest cameo 5 x 4cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 32<br />

An 18th century Indonesian bronze Lantaka<br />

cannon, inscription to the barrel, 125cm long<br />

32<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 31<br />

A Jaques & Son Staunton pattern ebony and<br />

boxwood chess set, in original box, Kings 9.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


33<br />

Lot 33<br />

A fine Indian gilt copper and paste mounted<br />

sword (shamshir), Kutch, 19th century, with<br />

bejewelled horse head hilt, the scabbard with unusual chased<br />

decoration of huntsman, lions, hounds and deer, the reverse<br />

with floral scrolls, the damascened blade with floral trellis<br />

pattern decoration, sword 79cm long, scabbard 75cm long<br />

cf. Bonhams London, New Bond Street, Islamic and Indian art<br />

sale,<br />

8 April 2014, lot 168 for a similar sword with a lion head hilt.<br />

Comparison can be drawn with a pair of swords in the Clive<br />

Collection, Powis Castle (Mildred Archer, Christopher Rowley<br />

and Robert Skelton, eds., Treasures from India. The Clive<br />

Collection at Powis Castle, National Trust, 1987, pp. 52-3, no.<br />

48); for a similar sword belonging to Lieutenant-General Sir<br />

Thomas Bowser (1749-1833) sold Bonhams Islamic and Indian<br />

Art, 7 October 2010, lot 371; a sword sold at Sotheby’s (Arts<br />

of the Islamic World, 3rd October 2012, lot 226); and a sword<br />

in the National Museum, Delhi (Jaiwant Paul, Arms and Armour:<br />

Traditional Weapons of India, Delhi, 2005, pp. 135-36)<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 34<br />

An Indian gilt copper and paste mounted dagger<br />

(jambiya), Kutch, 19th century, with bejewelled<br />

foliate scroll decorated hilt, ridged blade and floral scroll<br />

decorated scabbard with ball finial, dagger 33cm long,<br />

scabbard 22cm long<br />

Lot 35<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

A Japanese wakizashi, the tang signed Yoshitake,<br />

the 54.5cm blade inscribed to the tang, ‘Izumo Daijo Fujiwara<br />

Yoshitake’ possibly for Yoshitake of Musashi province using<br />

the first of the 3 forms of his signature recorded in Hawley<br />

YO 557, the reverse with nengo ’Tenna or Tenwa’ possibly<br />

for the period (1681-84), with 19th century mixed metal and<br />

bronze tsuba, kashira, fuchi, menuchi and kurigata, lacquered<br />

saya, the gilt metal kozuka with signed blade<br />

£500 - 700<br />

35


34<br />

Lot 36<br />

A 19th century French gold mounted hardwood swordstick, with concealed blued steel<br />

stiletto blade, 86cm long<br />

Lot 37<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Victorian taxidermic display of exotic and other birds, in naturalistic setting by Ruffon &<br />

Willson Naturalists, 30 The Strand, in glazed mahogany display case, 92cm wide, 30cm deep, 70cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

37<br />

36


38<br />

Lot 38<br />

Clarkson of London. An early 20th century “Starboy” black<br />

lacquered brass astronomical telescope, the 3 inch primary objective with<br />

dust cover, on matching rotating pedestal, 146cm long, 150cm high<br />

Lot 39<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Victorian Ross of London Rapid Symmetrical full plate camera,<br />

with brass mounted mahogany case and 12 x 10 lens, numbered 88538, on original<br />

adjustable tripod underframe, 36cm wide, 136cm high<br />

£300 - 400<br />

39


41<br />

42<br />

43<br />

Lot 40<br />

A mid 19th century J.Schwieso giltwood,<br />

satinwood and rosewood ‘Grecian’ concert harp,<br />

with brass plaque signed on one side “Schwieso & Co.,<br />

Improvement, No. 263 Regent Street London,” the reverse<br />

“Schwieso late foreman to S. Erard, No. 417”; brass-mounted<br />

satinwood soundboard fluted columnar pillar, relief carved<br />

angels on capital, eight pedals, five sound holes, 43 strings,<br />

width 84cm, height 170cm.<br />

Lot 41<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An early 20th century German violin, carved with<br />

the head of Wagner, 37cm two piece back and associated case,<br />

overall 62cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 42<br />

W.E.Hill & Son. An early 20th century violin bow,<br />

stamped W.E.Hill and Son to the shaft, mother of pearl inlaid<br />

and silver mounted ebony frog, silver adjuster and tip, lacking<br />

hair, in a Hill case with an early 20th century German violin,<br />

74cm, violin back 37cm, overall is 59cm<br />

Lot 43<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A 19th century Swiss inlaid burr walnut musical<br />

box, the 12.5 inch cylinder playing 12 airs, listed on the play<br />

sheet under the title ‘Piccolo’, 73cm wide, 31cm deep, 21cm<br />

high<br />

40<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 44<br />

A Louis Vuitton brass<br />

mounted leather bound<br />

trunk, c.1910, numbered<br />

137426, with LV covering<br />

and tooled leather mounts, the<br />

interior with original lining trays<br />

and labelled for 1 Rue Scribe<br />

Paris / 149 New Bond Street,<br />

London, 75cm wide, 43cm deep,<br />

54cm high<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

Lot 45<br />

A 1980/90s Louis Vuitton<br />

canvas monogram<br />

suitcase, with calf leather<br />

straps and brass hardware,<br />

interior lined in cream fabric,<br />

and attached British Airways<br />

Concorde luggage tag, 59cm<br />

wide, 46cm deep, 23cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

44<br />

45<br />

Lot 46<br />

Mary Thornycroft (1809-1895). A Victorian carved white<br />

marble bust of a young woman, wearing a floral wreath and her<br />

hair in a plaited bun, signed and dated 1859, 32cm wide, 54cm high<br />

Lot 47<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An Apulian red figure Pelike, 4th century BCE., painted with<br />

the portrait of a woman, the reverse with a nude man carrying a situla<br />

and staff, 15.3cm high, restored<br />

£300 - 500<br />

46


48<br />

Lot 48<br />

A French Art Deco chrome and marble clock<br />

garniture, by H. Loiseau of Chateauroux, the central<br />

clock of four glass construction flanked by a model of a deer, with<br />

matching lamp side ornaments with amber glass shades, clock<br />

50cm wide, 35cm high, lamps 28cm high<br />

Lot 49<br />

Jean de Roncourt. A French Art<br />

Deco bronze ‘Le Bendeur’, on signed<br />

black marble plinth, 72cm wide, 55cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 50<br />

Emile Cartier. A French Art Deco<br />

bronze and marble group of a toga<br />

dancer with a kid, on signed plinth, 71cm<br />

wide, 46cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

49<br />

50<br />

47


51<br />

52<br />

54<br />

53


55<br />

Lot 51<br />

Armand Godard. A French Art Deco patinated bronze and<br />

black marble group of a classical woman and borzoi, on stepped<br />

base, 80cm wide, 37cm high<br />

Lot 52<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Limousin. A French Art Deco bronze figure of a javelin thrower,<br />

signed in the bronze, on black marble and green onyx plinth, 65cm wide, 55cm<br />

high<br />

Lot 53<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Irene Rochard. A French Art Deco bronzed spelter and marble<br />

model of a black panther, standing upon a signed stepped plinth, 44cm<br />

wide, 27cm high<br />

Lot 54<br />

£400 - 600<br />

§ Josef Franz Riedl (Austrian, 1884-1965). A bronze group<br />

of two birds perched upon a tree trunk, signed in the bronze, on<br />

variegated marble base, 45cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 55<br />

Plagnet. A French Art Deco patinated spelter group of two<br />

panthers, standing upon a signed veined marble base, 79cm long, 25cm deep,<br />

32cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

56<br />

Lot 56<br />

A 19th century French bronze group of a muse dancing<br />

alongside a faun, 24cm wide, 52cm high<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 57<br />

After the Antique. A 19th century Italian<br />

Grand Tour bronze equestrian group,<br />

modelled as Emperor Marcus Aurelius on<br />

horseback, raised upon a Sienna marble base, inscribed<br />

in Latin, 31cm wide, 16cm deep, overall 57cm high<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

57<br />

Lot 58<br />

After Giambologna (1529-1608). A late 19th century French<br />

Grand Tour bronze group, ‘The Rape of the Sabines’, signed in the<br />

bronze, on Sienna marble plinth, 64cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

58


Lot 59<br />

Emile Louis Picault (1833-1915). A French bronze figure<br />

‘Per Laborem’ modelled as a classical athlete holding aloft a<br />

laurel sprig, signed in the bronze, 34cm high<br />

Lot 60<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Carl Brose (German, 1880-). An early 20th century bronze<br />

figure of Mozart holding a violin, signed in the bronze, on grey<br />

marble plinth, 41cm high<br />

Lot 61<br />

£300 - 500<br />

After the antique, a French Reduction Sauvage bronze<br />

figure of ‘Diana de Gabies’, on square plinth, signed, inscribed Rtion<br />

Sauvage to one side of the plinth, 31cm high<br />

Lot 62<br />

61<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Eutrope Bouret (French, 1833-1906). A bronze figure of<br />

‘Figaro’, standing playing a mandolin, signed on the plinth, 36cm high<br />

£500 - 700<br />

62<br />

60<br />

59


63<br />

Lot 63<br />

A pair of large French<br />

Sevres style ormolu<br />

mounted candelabra,<br />

in Louis XVI style, 19th<br />

century, each painted with<br />

fantastical birds in neo-classical<br />

gardens, the reverse with<br />

fantastical birds in landscapes,<br />

within gilt cartouches, on a bleu<br />

du Roi ground, with ormolu twin<br />

handled mounts issuing rose<br />

branch candle arms, on a leaf<br />

cast and fluted pedestal base,<br />

69cm high<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

64<br />

65<br />

Lot 64<br />

A pair of 19th century French ormolu five light<br />

candelabra, with foliate scroll branches and stepped<br />

architectural bases, one dated 1890, 26cm wide, 56cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 65<br />

Jack Zajac (American, b.1929). A pair of bronze<br />

abstract sculptures, on ebonised plinths, one signed and<br />

numbered 18/95, 28cm long 22cm high<br />

£500 - 700


Decorative Arts,<br />

Ceramics & Glass<br />

Lots 65 - 106<br />

102


66<br />

67<br />

Lot 66<br />

A Pilkington’s Lancastrian lustre bottle vase, by William<br />

S. Mycock, painted in silver lustre with leaves and berries, the<br />

neck with scrolls on a green ground, the base with impressed marks,<br />

including number 882, inscribed artist’s monogram and the figure of a<br />

leaping hare, 21.5cm high<br />

Lot 67<br />

£500 - 700<br />

An Art Nouveau WMF metal mounted green glass ewer,<br />

c.1905, cast in relief with Art Nouveau maiden’s heads, flowers and<br />

foliage, with green glass liner, hinged cover, ostrich mark, 40.5cm high<br />

Lot 68<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Tiffany Studios, New York. A ‘Favrile’ glass flowerform<br />

vase, etched makers mark L.C.T. (Louis Comfort<br />

Tiffany), pattern Y1959, c.1907, 26cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

68


69<br />

70<br />

71<br />

Lot 69<br />

A Daum ‘’Les champignons’’ cameo glass bowl,<br />

mottled glass body, acid-etched, in cameo relief with<br />

mushrooms and coloured with enamels, the underside signed<br />

Daum Nancy with the cross of Lorraine, 9cm high, 12.5cm<br />

diameter<br />

Lot 70<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A Venini Murano ‘Spicchi’ glass vase, designed by<br />

Fulvio Bianconi, c.1955, model 4890, in green, dark<br />

purple and citrine coloured glass, three line acid etched mark<br />

‘venini murano ITALIA’, 17.5cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 71<br />

Alan Clarke for Poole Pottery. A set of nine<br />

‘Alignment of the Planets’ chargers and one<br />

duplicate, c.2000, each made in a limited edition of 500<br />

to commemorate the alignment of the planets, May 5th 2000,<br />

comprising: Mercury 013/500; Venus 012/500; Earth 012/500;<br />

Mars 021/500; Jupiter 098/500; duplicate of Jupiter 011/500,<br />

Saturn 013/500; Uranus 015/500; Neptune 019/500 and Pluto<br />

084/500, impressed, printed and painted marks, (boxed) (10)<br />

26cm diameter<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 72<br />

A Doulton Lambeth stoneware garden<br />

figure of a seated goat, designed by<br />

Francis Pope, early 20th century, modelled<br />

seated on a square plinth, Doulton Lambeth circular<br />

impressed mark, 51cm high<br />

Lot 73<br />

£400 - 600<br />

§ Quentin Bell (1910-1996). A studio<br />

pottery group of two women in<br />

ballgowns, painted in coloured glazes, each figure<br />

standing and leaning against a pedestal, a broken urn<br />

on the ground beneath them, unsigned, label to base,<br />

25.5cm high<br />

Lot 74<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Quentin Bell (1910-1996) for Fulham<br />

pottery. An earthenware dish, painted in<br />

coloured glazes and gilded with an abstract design<br />

to the centre within a fluted border, the underside<br />

inscribed ‘Fulham pottery Quentin Bell’, 34.5cm wide<br />

£400 - 600<br />

73<br />

72<br />

74


Lot 75<br />

§ Pablo Picasso (1881-1873) for Madoura Pottery,<br />

‘B101’, Joueur de diaule et faune dish (A.R. 342),<br />

stamped, marked and numbered ‘Madoura Plein Feu/Empreinte<br />

Originale de Picasso/B 101, 45/100’ (underneath), white<br />

earthenware ceramic plate, conceived in 1956 and executed in<br />

a numbered edition of 100, 31.5cm wide<br />

£3,000 - 5,000


77<br />

Lot 77<br />

A Louis XVIII glass sulphide portrait<br />

plaque, in a gilded porcelain frame, c.1820,<br />

the cristallo-ceramie portrait of Louis XVIII possibly<br />

by Desprez, in a Paris porcelain gilded porcelain<br />

circular frame, 14.5cm diameter<br />

£200 - 300<br />

76<br />

Lot 76<br />

A Meissen coffee pot and cover, c.1760, of<br />

baluster shape applied with a wishbone shaped handle,<br />

painted with a couple and children in a landscape, the<br />

reverse with a couple drinking, between floral sprays,<br />

underglaze blue crossed swords mark, 23cm high,<br />

discoloured restoration<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 78<br />

78<br />

A Meissen porcelain group of lovers, c.1740,<br />

seated on a flower encrusted rockwork base, crossed<br />

swords mark worn away on the unglazed base, 13cm<br />

high, restored leg<br />

£1,200 - 1,600


79<br />

80<br />

Lot 79<br />

A Meissen porcelain figure of a woman playing the hurdy gurdy, mid<br />

18th century, possibly modelled by J. J. Kandler, underglaze blue cross<br />

swords mark to the rear of the base, unglazed foot, 13cm high, restored right foot<br />

£600 - 800<br />

82<br />

Lot 80<br />

A Frankenthal porcelain bucolic group of two lovers, c.1777, modelled<br />

with a woman reclining against a fence with recumbent dog beside her, figure of a man<br />

leaning over a fence holding a basket of flowers, a wheatsheaf behind them, underglaze<br />

blue ‘CT’ (Carl Theodor) and date code ‘77’ marks, 18cm high, 20.5cm wide, small typical<br />

losses<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 81<br />

A Frankenthal porcelain figure of a zither player, c.1760, modelled seated<br />

on a scrollwork base, underglaze blue lion, monogram mark of Joseph Adam Hannong,<br />

and ‘R’, enameller’s mark ‘B’, impressed mark ‘l H’, 15cm high, small areas of restoration<br />

Lot 82<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Höchst porcelain group by Melchior, modelled as a boy and girl<br />

wearing fancy dress, c.1770, the figures standing on a mound and rockwork base,<br />

underglaze blue crown and wheel mark, 16.5cm high, small losses<br />

£400 - 600<br />

81


83<br />

Lot 83<br />

A Frankenthal porcelain group of three carousing men, c.1770-75, modelled by Karl Gottlieb Lück, one<br />

man seated on a table holding a pipe, the second seated on a barrel singing while holding a beaker of drink and the third seated<br />

reading a letter, underglaze blue ‘CT’ (Carl Theodor) mark and ‘7’, 20cm high, 19cm wide, restored letter<br />

Lot 84<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A series of five Meissen porcelain figures of Cupid, late 19th century, modelled by Heinrich Schwabe,<br />

playing blind man’s buff, caught in a trap, holding a heart, looking perplexed and with his hands and wings tied behind his back, each<br />

on a gilded faux marble circular base, underglaze blue crossed swords marks and incised model numbers L102, L116, L118, L119,<br />

L120, 15.5cm - 20cm high, perplexed Cupid restored<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 85<br />

A Höchst figure of a flower posy girl, c.1770-1775,<br />

modelled by J.P. Melchior, underglaze blue wheel mark and<br />

incised marks ‘No.23 tIMG (?)’, 18cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 86<br />

A Meissen figure of a gardener, c.1770, modelled by<br />

Michel Victor Acier, holding a posy of flowers in his right<br />

hand leaning upon his shovel and a watering can, rococo scroll<br />

moulded base, underglaze blue crossed swords to the rear of<br />

the base, incised model number C69, 19cm high, restorations<br />

£400 - 600<br />

85<br />

86<br />

Lot 87<br />

A Meissen porcelain<br />

figure of a seated<br />

bagpiper, mid 18th<br />

century, modelled by J.J.<br />

Kandler, wearing a harlequin<br />

jacket and conical hat, playing<br />

bagpipes seated on a rock, gilt<br />

brass mount to base, 15cm high,<br />

restored<br />

£400 - 600<br />

87<br />

84


88<br />

Lot 88<br />

A Continental porcelain plaque, ‘Ruth’ after<br />

Charles Landelle, c.1900, impressed number to reverse<br />

‘324’, 21 x 14cm, excluding velvet mount and later gilt frame<br />

Lot 89<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A massive Continental majolica green glazed<br />

campana vase and associated stand, late 19th<br />

century, the vase moulded in relief with bacchanalian scenes,<br />

applied with a pair of bifurcated handles, the associated stand<br />

on three palmette shaped feet, total height 153cm, small repairs<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 90<br />

Two Meissen flower encrusted cups and saucers,<br />

19th century, typically painted with flower spray, insects<br />

and encrusted with flowers and leaves, bifurcated handles,<br />

underglaze blue crossed swords marks, saucers 12cm wide,<br />

Lot 91<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A pair of Meissen reticulated named view plates,<br />

19th century, painted to the centre with named views<br />

of ‘Ruine Frauenstein’ and ‘Bielaergrund’ landscapes, after<br />

engravings published in Meyer’s Universum, 1837, within gilt<br />

bordered reserves on a blue ground, the pierced borders with<br />

flower spray panels, underglaze blue crossed swords mark,<br />

inscribed in black with the titles, 23.7cm diameter<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 92<br />

89<br />

A set of five Meissen Capo di Monte style plates,<br />

19th century, each painted to the centre with cherubs<br />

holding a globe and telescope, pouring wine or holding flowers,<br />

the border moulded in relief with classical figures, animals and<br />

trees, underglaze blue crossed swords marks, various incised<br />

or impressed mark, 22.7cm diameter, slight faults<br />

£400 - 600


90<br />

91<br />

92


Lot 93<br />

An Enoch Wood pearlware<br />

figure of Billy Waters,<br />

c.1820, modelled as the famous<br />

ex slave and London busker,<br />

wearing a bicorn hat, playing the<br />

violin, with sponged decoration to<br />

his clothing and the stepped base,<br />

19cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

93<br />

Lot 94<br />

94<br />

A rare English creamware ‘crucifixion’ teapot,<br />

c.1780-1800, each side depicting Christ with Mary Magdalene<br />

in a landscape, bifurcated handle, the spout painted with a crude<br />

portrait of Christ, the domed cover with flower finial, 20cm spout<br />

to handle, tiny chips<br />

£300 - 500 95


96<br />

Lot 95<br />

A Meissen allegorical group of<br />

Apollo and Daphne, 19th century,<br />

on a square base, underglaze blue crossed<br />

swords mark and incised model number J9,<br />

36cm high, losses to hands and hair<br />

Lot 96<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A pair of large Derby porcelain<br />

figures of Minerva and Mars,<br />

c.1760, decorated in bright puce, yellow<br />

and sage or lime green enamels, patch<br />

marks, on rococo scrollwork bases, 33cm<br />

and 34.5cm high, restorations<br />

£250 - 350<br />

Lot 97<br />

A pair of large Derby porcelain<br />

and ormolu mounted ‘Juno and<br />

Jupiter’ figural candelabra, the<br />

figures c.1760, each figure modelled<br />

riding a chariot, on a cloud shaped base,<br />

both with late 19th century ormolu rococo<br />

revival candelabra mounts, total height 39<br />

and 41cm, losses and restoration<br />

£500 - 800<br />

97


100<br />

Lot 98<br />

A Worcester kakiemon powder blue small mug,<br />

c.1765, painted with a bird, wheatsheaf, flowers and insects to<br />

gilded panels, reserved on a powder blue ground, unmarked, 8.3cm<br />

high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 99<br />

A rare Worcester Club Rock pattern patty pan,<br />

c.1756-60, painted in underglaze blue to the interior with The<br />

Club Rock vignette, with foliate border no. 85, old label for Albert<br />

Amor, 9.9cm diameter, short hairline cracks.<br />

cf. Branyan, French and Sandon, Worcester blue and white porcelain<br />

1751-1790, New Edition, page 136, ref. I.B.37.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

101<br />

99<br />

98


102<br />

103<br />

Lot 100<br />

A rare Worcester polychrome ‘flower and<br />

rockwork’ small mug, c.1753-54, painted with<br />

rockwork, scrolling foliage, flowers and butterflies to a<br />

continuous scene, applied S scroll handle, label for the Wills<br />

Collection of Worcester Porcelain, Albert Amor Ltd 1984<br />

exhibition, 9cm high<br />

Lot 101<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A good Chelsea or St James (Charles Gouyn) gold<br />

mounted porcelain scent bottle, c.1755, of rococo<br />

cartouche form, painted to each side with rose and tulip sprays,<br />

the stopper with love-bird finial, 4.5cm high<br />

Literature - cf. Kate Foster, Scent Bottles, pubd. 1966, plate 46<br />

for an illustration of this scent bottle, purchased from Winifred<br />

Williams of Eastbourne.<br />

£1,200 - 1,600<br />

Lot 102<br />

A Spode part tea service painted in Imari style<br />

with pattern 1956, c.1820, comprising a teapot cover<br />

and stand, two saucer shaped dishes, a bowl, and eight cups and<br />

saucers, teapot height overall 17cm<br />

Lot 103<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An extensive Chamberlains Worcester Imari<br />

pattern dinner service, c.1815-20, comprising thirty<br />

two dinner plates, 25cm, seven soup plates, 25cm, six side<br />

plates, 18.5 cm, a pair of sauce tureens and covers, 17cm<br />

wide, three vegetable tureens and coverss, 27.5cm wide, a<br />

square salad bowl, 25cm wide seven graduated oblong meat<br />

dishes, ranging from 25.5cm - 53cm, the majority of items with<br />

‘Chamberlain’s Regent China, Worcester’ mark, together with<br />

9 English bone china side plates in a matching design, pattern<br />

number 2617, 22cm, some faults<br />

£800 - 1,200


104<br />

105<br />

106<br />

Lot 104<br />

A double series opaque twist stem cordial glass,<br />

c.1760, the fluted bowl with OXO border, 16.5cm high<br />

Lot 105<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A true baluster wine or cordial glass, c.1720, the<br />

bell-shaped bowl above a tear drop baluster stem, on slightly<br />

domed foot, 12.5cm high<br />

Lot 106<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Beilby enamelled wine glass, c.1765, the ogee<br />

bowl painted with fruiting vine in opaque white, on a double<br />

series opaque twist stem, shallow conical foot, 14cm high, rim<br />

reduced<br />

£300 - 500


Asian Works of<br />

Art<br />

Lots 107-233<br />

124


Lot 108<br />

A Japanese Satsuma pottery ‘thousand butterfly’<br />

bowl, Meiji period, the interior painted with the thousand<br />

butterfly design with a dotted ground, the exterior with four<br />

oval reserves painted with boys and Immortals, on a brocade<br />

pattern ground, spiral to the potting on the base, unsigned,<br />

11cm diameter<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 107<br />

107<br />

A pair of Japanese Satsuma pottery vases, signed<br />

Hankizan, Meiji period, each finely painted with an oval<br />

reserve depicting scholars, a central band of boys playing<br />

between bands of butterflies and thousand flowers, brocade<br />

pattern borders, six character seal mark to base, 8.9cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

108<br />

Lot 109<br />

A pair of massive Japanese Kutani porcelain vases, Meiji period,<br />

influenced by de Morgan designs, each painted with two phoenixes amid scrolling<br />

foliage on a brown slip ground, between panelled borders, the base with Kutani mark,<br />

61.5cm high, one repaired<br />

£600 - 800<br />

109


Lot 110<br />

Makuzu Kozan (1842-1916). An earthenware ‘duck<br />

and lotus pond’ vase, c.1880, applied with the figure<br />

of a duck swimming amid encrusted lotus flowers, leaves and<br />

two crabs on rocks, iron red two character signature within<br />

a double gourd to the scene, the base with impressed mark<br />

within a double gourd, 30.5cm high, small losses, base drilled<br />

Lot 111<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An impressive Japanese brown patinated and<br />

gilded bronze tripod koro and cover, by Miyao<br />

Eisuke, Meiji period, applied with a pair of twin dragon<br />

handles, cast in high relief with a galloping kirin, the reverse<br />

with a phoenix amid clouds, the domed cover surmounted<br />

by an eagle with outstretched wings, on three oni mask feet,<br />

signed to a seal ‘Miyao (?) zo’, 42cm high, 23cm wide<br />

Lot 112<br />

£8,000 - 10,000<br />

A Japanese brown patinated and gilded bronze<br />

figure of a woodworker, in Miyao style, Meiji<br />

period, his tobacco pouch signed ‘Da Nihon..(?)’, on a gilt<br />

lacquered wood stand, 27.5cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

111<br />

112<br />

110


Lot 113<br />

A Japanese silver wire cloisonné enamel vase, by<br />

Ota Hiroaki, c.1950s, decorated in archaistic style with<br />

jade green coloured enamel flowerheads and scrolls on a black<br />

ground, silver rims marked ‘jungin’ (Pure silver), signed to a seal<br />

in silver ‘Ota Hiro-Aki’, 24.5cm high.<br />

Lot 114<br />

113<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Japanese silver wire cloisonné enamel vase, third<br />

quarter 20th century, decorated with fruiting vines and a<br />

bird in flight on a black ground, within brocade pattern borders,<br />

with silver rims, the foot stamped ‘SILVER’, 24cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 115<br />

A Japanese bronze vase, Meiji period, cast in relief<br />

with phoenixes amid flowers, foliage and clouds, below a band<br />

of flowers, scrolling tendrils and foliage, lappeted borders,<br />

archaistic seal mark to base, 36.3cm high<br />

Lot 116<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A large Japanese bronze group of two monkeys on<br />

a tree, by Genryusai Seiya, Meiji period, one monkey<br />

seated on a branch holding a persimmon fruit in his left hand,<br />

the other monkey at the base of the tree, on a naturalistic<br />

mound base, six character seal mark signed ‘Genryusai Seiya<br />

zo’, 42.5cm high, 43cm wide<br />

Lot 117<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

A pair of Japanese mixed metal bronze vases, by<br />

Nogawa workshop, Meiji period, each with relief and<br />

engraved decoration of birds amid flowers including peonies,<br />

magnolia, chrysanthemums etc., gold inlaid seal mark to base,<br />

15cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

114<br />

116


118<br />

117<br />

Lot 118<br />

A Chinese enamelled porcelain hexagonal<br />

jardiniere, Qianlong period (1736-95), the upper<br />

section with archaistic scrollwork panels on a cellular<br />

flowerhead ground, within cellular lavender ground borders<br />

decorated with flowers, the apron stand moulded and<br />

enamelled in blue with archaistic scrollwork, on six ruyi head<br />

shaped feet, remnants of ink inscription to base, 17.5cm high,<br />

23.5cm wide<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 119<br />

119<br />

A Chinese Imperial blue glazed ritual offering vessel and cover, gui,<br />

moulded Qianlong seal mark and of the period (1736-95), modelled<br />

on a bronze grain receptacle of the Eastern Zhou dynasty, of oblong form, moulded<br />

in low relief with bands of archaic motifs, flanked by a pair of elephant-head loop<br />

handles, the cover with a more vivid blue glaze moulded with an archaistic chilong<br />

amid clouds, with four butterfly wing-shaped finials which act as supports when<br />

upturned, relief moulded zhuanshu script seal marks to the underside of the vessel<br />

and the cover ‘Da Qing Qianlong Nianzhi’, 28.5cm wide, one finial broken.<br />

115<br />

This gui would have been part of an altar set used in state rituals held in the first lunar<br />

month of the year, during which the emperor made offerings to heaven at the Altar<br />

for Bountiful Harvest (Qigutan), part of the Temple of Heaven in Beijing and would<br />

have comprised also a pair of dou, fu and xing-shaped vessels. Similarly composed sets<br />

with archaistic designs would have been made in claire de lune, yellow and red glazes<br />

for ritual use in the Altars of the Moon, Earth and Sun, respectively. For a related set<br />

of the Qianlong period but in clair-de-lune glaze from the Palace Museum, Beijing, see<br />

E.S. Rawski and J. Rawson, eds., China: The Three Emperors 1662-1795, London, 2005,<br />

pp.125 and 396-397, pls.34-37, where it is noted that the archaistic shape of these<br />

sets was not designed until 1748, when the Qianlong emperor ordered the Grand<br />

Secretaries to consult classical texts when designing objects, and insisted that he<br />

approve their designs before manufacturing could begin. The objects were illustrated<br />

and described in The Illustrated Regulations for Ceremonial Paraphernalia of the<br />

Qing Dynasty (Huangchao liqi tushi). Compare an identical vessel with cover in the<br />

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Fletcher Fund, 1925, Accession Number: 25.143.1.<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


121<br />

Lot 120<br />

120<br />

A large Chinese blue and white large ovoid jar,<br />

Kangxi period, painted to four reserves with birds and<br />

insects amid flowers and rockwork, between bands of brocade<br />

and floral ruyi head shaped borders, double circle mark to<br />

base, 45cm high, cracked<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 121<br />

A Chinese blue and white ‘landscape’ brushpot,<br />

bitong, Kangxi period, painted to rectangular reserves<br />

with scholars in a mountainous river landscape scene, the<br />

reverse with birds seated on a prunus branch above rocks,<br />

unglazed ring to base, 17.8cm diameter, 15.2cm high, fritting to<br />

edges<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

124


Lot 122<br />

A Chinese Ming blue and white peach form<br />

waterdropper, applied with scrolling tendrils and a small<br />

spout, painted with lotus, the glaze slightly etched, possibly<br />

from a shipwreck, 9.4cm long<br />

Lot 123<br />

123<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese blue and white tureen and cover,<br />

Qianlong period, typically painted with figures in river<br />

landscape scenes, foliate and scrollwork borders, the base with<br />

a pair of rabbit head handles, 35.5cm wide,<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 125<br />

A Chinese Longquan celadon petal lobed bowl,<br />

Southern Song dynasty, fine crackle to the glaze, burnt<br />

orange/brown unglazed foot, 14.7cm diameter.<br />

Provenance: Christie’s South Kensington, 1990s, thence private<br />

collection Surrey<br />

Lot 126<br />

122<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

A Chinese celadon<br />

brushwasher, possibly<br />

Southern Song dynasty,<br />

with tapering sides, on a circular<br />

foot, 11cm diameter.<br />

Provenance: Private collection<br />

Surrey, bought from Christie’s<br />

South Kensington in the 1990s<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 124<br />

125<br />

A Chinese blue and white inscribed ‘Ode to the<br />

Red Cliff’ bowl, Kangxi period, painted with Su Shi<br />

and his scholarly friends looking toward the Red Cliff across a<br />

channel of water, the moon above them, the reverse inscribed<br />

‘Chibifu’ (for the poem Qian Chibifu by Su Shi (1037-1101)<br />

with a thirty one column version of the poem Ode to the Red<br />

Cliff, the interior painted with ‘fu’, birds, rabbits, cliffs, celestial<br />

star formations, an axe and other motifs, emblematic of good<br />

luck, longevity and safe travel, the base with six character mark<br />

‘Qi yu bao ding zhi zhen’ (Precious as a treasured ding of rare<br />

jade), 15.7cm diameter, 7.5cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

126


127<br />

128<br />

Lot 127<br />

A Chinese famille rose baluster ‘crane<br />

and lotus’ meiping, Yongzheng period,<br />

finely painted with two cranes amid red and pink<br />

lotus and rockwork, one stem with a grasshopper,<br />

later replacement biscuit porcelain neck, unglazed<br />

base, 18.7cm high, replacement neck.<br />

cf. a famille rose meiping similarly painted with<br />

lotus and with an unglazed base, dating from the<br />

Yongzheng period, sold by Sotheby’s, Hong Kong,<br />

<strong>Fine</strong> Chinese Ceramics & Works of Art sale, 8<br />

October 2008, lot 2599.<br />

Lot 128<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese famille rose moulded baluster<br />

vase, Qianlong period, painted with trailing<br />

flowers on a cellular ground, the domed cover with<br />

finial, 30.5cm high, restoration to neck and cover<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 129<br />

A rare Chinese underglaze blue and copper red ‘dragon’<br />

vase, tianqiuping, 18th century, painted with a ferocious scaly<br />

dragon chasing a flaming pearl, on an incised wave ground, the eyes of the<br />

dragon picked out in underglaze blue, the neck with keywork and cellular<br />

banded decoration, underglaze blue double circle around the edge of the<br />

foot, 38cm high, firing faults, hairline cracks<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

129<br />

Lot 130<br />

A Chinese Transitional wucai ‘dragon and<br />

phoenix roundel’ vase, 17th century, the<br />

roundels between foliate sprigs, flower and panelled<br />

borders, unglazed base, 30cm high, cracks<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

130


132<br />

Lot 132<br />

Two similar Chinese coral ground libation cups, late 18th/early 19th<br />

century, each of oval tapering form, the handle modelled with a gilt ‘chilong’, one with<br />

turquoise glazed interior, 10.5cm and 11.5cm across, wood stands<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 131<br />

131<br />

A Chinese enamelled porcelain figure of a boy<br />

attendant, early 20th century, the standing figure<br />

wearing flower painted robes and trousers, holding a tray with<br />

a peach, pomegranate and finger citron offering, on a canted<br />

square base, 30.5cm high, base broken and re-glued<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 133<br />

A Chinese flambe bottle<br />

vase, tianqiuping, 19th<br />

century, the mushroom coloured<br />

glaze of the neck graduating to ox<br />

blood and violet, 35.3cm high<br />

Lot 134<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese yellow glazed<br />

bottle vase, Kangxi mark<br />

possibly Republic period,<br />

24.2cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

133<br />

134


141<br />

135<br />

Lot 135<br />

An unusual Chinese green enamelled underglaze blue<br />

and copper red tall vase, 19th century, finely painted with<br />

two cranes, two deer and a butterfly amid rockwork, beneath a pine<br />

tree, emblematic of longevity, the neck with bamboo, lingzhi fungus and<br />

rockwork, underglaze blue double circle to base, 46.4cm high<br />

Lot 136<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Chinese famille rose ‘antiques and auspicious objects’<br />

bowl, Chenghua mark, late 19th century, the interior painted<br />

in iron red with a central Shou medallion surrounded by five bats,<br />

within a border of bats and clouds, the exterior painted in famille rose<br />

enamels with auspicious objects and antiques, with ruyi head borders,<br />

26.7cm wide, mis-shapen<br />

Lot 137<br />

136<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese blue and white ’dragon’ tulip vase, 19th<br />

century, painted with two confronting four claw dragons chasing a<br />

flaming pearl amid rocks, waves and clouds, the artichoke and shaft<br />

shaped neck, with five apertures for flowers, pseudo Qianlong mark to<br />

base, 25cm high, splinter chips<br />

£300 - 400<br />

137


139<br />

Lot 138<br />

138<br />

A Chinese sang-de-boeuf glazed bottle vase,<br />

18th/19th century, with mushroom glaze at the rim<br />

graduating to mottled copper red, 22.5cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 139<br />

A rare Chinese Yixing miniature teapot, Jiaqing<br />

mark and of the period (1796-1820), 10cm from spout<br />

to handle, 6.2cm high, faults<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 140<br />

140<br />

A large Chinese Guan type crackle glaze dish,<br />

19th/20th century, 45.5cm diameter<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 141<br />

A set of six Chinese ‘Seven Sages of the Bamboo<br />

Grove’ saucer dishes, Kangxi marks but late 19th<br />

century, seven of the sages observing a game of weiqi at<br />

a table, the other holding aloft a calligraphy brush, 12.3cm<br />

diameter<br />

£200 - 300<br />

142 134<br />

Lot 142<br />

A large Chinese underglaze blue and copper red<br />

‘dragon’ scroll vessel, of globular form, painted in copper<br />

red with scaly dragons chasing a flaming pearl, amid blue<br />

clouds, unglazed base, 42.5cm diameter, 34.5cm high<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


145<br />

Lot 144<br />

A Chinese blue and white crackle glaze ‘warriors’<br />

vase, late 19th century, moulded and painted with<br />

warriors on horseback and soldiers fighting, the base with<br />

incised seal mark, 35cm high, drilled hole<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 143<br />

143<br />

A Chinese gilt decorated blue ground ‘dragon’<br />

vase, Guangxu mark but later, the neck decorated with<br />

various roundels above a band of lotus and Shou characters,<br />

the body with a five claw dragon chasing a flaming pearl and a<br />

phoenix amid clouds, black enamel six character marked base,<br />

38.5cm high, wear to gilding<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 145<br />

A Chinese crackle glaze ‘dragon’ jardiniere, late<br />

19th century, moulded in relief and painted in brown<br />

pigment with a pair of confronting dragons chasing a flaming<br />

pearl, fruit and wave carved borders, 31.6cm diameter, 25.5cm<br />

high, star crack to base<br />

£400 - 600<br />

144<br />

Lot 146<br />

A Chinese yellow sgraffito<br />

ground vase, Qianlong seal<br />

mark but Republic period,<br />

enamelled with peonies and<br />

other flowers in shaped reserves,<br />

on a floral and foliate sgraffito<br />

yellow ground, 41.5cm high, neck<br />

restored<br />

£600 - 800<br />

146


Lot 147<br />

A Chinese porcelain figure of<br />

Budai, Republic period, holding<br />

a rosary in his right hand, his robe<br />

is decorated with ‘Shou’ medallions,<br />

impressed oval maker’s mark to base,<br />

25cm high, wear to gilding<br />

Lot 148<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese blue and white<br />

standing figure of Guanyin, late<br />

19th century, holding a scroll in<br />

her left hand, wearing robes decorated<br />

with bamboo, rockwork, lotus flowers<br />

and scrolling tendrils, 34.5cm high,<br />

restoration to left foot<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

147<br />

Lot 149<br />

A large Chinese sang-de-boeuf glazed censer, 19th<br />

century, applied with a pair of animal mask handles, burnt<br />

orange unglazed base, 23cm diameter, 12.3cm high<br />

Lot 150<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Chinese enamelled porcelain figure of a Han<br />

Chinese woman, late 19th century, seated on a tree<br />

stump, painted in famille verte palette, 16cm high<br />

148<br />

149<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

150<br />

151<br />

Lot 151<br />

A large Chinese famille verte jardiniere<br />

or fish bowl, 19th century, painted to four<br />

reserves with a phoenix, magpies and other birds amid<br />

rockwork and flowers, an egret amid lotus, insects by<br />

rockwork and prunus and insects by rockwork and<br />

chrysanthemums, on a yellow ground decorated with<br />

scrolling flowers tendrils and leaves, within banded<br />

borders, the unglazed base with incised or engraved<br />

three character mark, 44cm diameter, 30.5cm high,<br />

flaking to green enamel<br />

£3,000 - 5,000


Lot 152<br />

A Chinese famille verte<br />

vase baluster vase, late<br />

19th century, painted with<br />

a phoenix amid rockwork,<br />

blossoming trees and flowers,<br />

36cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

154<br />

152<br />

Lot 154<br />

A Chinese famille verte ‘mythical<br />

creatures’ bottle vase, 19th century,<br />

painted in colours with various mythical creatures<br />

on an iron red ground of waves, the neck with<br />

bands of diaper, apocryphal Qianlong four<br />

character mark to base, 46cm high, section of<br />

neck broken and reglued<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Lot 153<br />

A Chinese famille rose vase,<br />

20th century, painted with<br />

pheasants amid peonies, rockwork<br />

and magnolia, apocryphal six character<br />

Qianlong mark to base, 23cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

153<br />

Lot 155<br />

An unusual Chinese pale celadon glazed<br />

vase, Yongzheng seal mark late 19th/early<br />

20th century, the petal lobed upper section above a<br />

compressed globular base, carved in relief with archaistic<br />

scrolls and mythical beasts, six character seal mark, 33.7cm<br />

high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

155


157<br />

Lot 156<br />

A Chinese hexagonal blue and white planter and<br />

underdish, 19th century, painted with alternating panels<br />

of figures in river landscapes and birds amid flowers and<br />

rockwork, 35cm wide, two rim chips<br />

Lot 157<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Chinese peachbloom glazed weiqi stone box and<br />

cover, 20th century, 13.5cm diameter<br />

Lot 158<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Chinese blue and white dish, Kangxi mark,<br />

19th century, the centre painted with four pomegranates<br />

surrounded by lotus flowers scrolling tendrils and leaves, the<br />

underside decorated with bamboo, apocryphal six character<br />

Kangxi mark within a double circle, 34.5cm diameter<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 159<br />

159<br />

A Chinese Canton (Guangzhou) famille rose<br />

decorated bough pot and cover, c.1830, painted<br />

with reserves of mandarin figures, birds and flowers, on a gilt<br />

ground modelled with squirrels and fruiting vines, applied with<br />

a pair of gilt rope twist handles, the dome cover with five<br />

circular apertures, 22cm high, wear to gilding<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

156<br />

158


160<br />

Lot 160<br />

A Chinese yellow ground ‘peaches and bats’ dish,<br />

Republic period, enamelled with Shou medallions, iron<br />

red and blue bats in iron, sprigs of peaches, within a keywork<br />

border, the underside with channel moulded foot, apocryphal<br />

Guangxu mark to base, 32.7cm diameter, hairline crack to rim<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 161<br />

161<br />

A Chinese famille rose bowl, Guangxu period,<br />

painted with rocks, linzghi fungus, a fruiting peach tree,<br />

narcissus and berries, 19.4cm diameter, ground off mark to<br />

base<br />

£300 - 500<br />

163<br />

Lot 162<br />

162<br />

A Chinese blue ground ‘dragon’ dodecagonal<br />

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

in enamels to the interior with a five claw dragon amid flames,<br />

the border with three bats and peaches, apocryphal Qianlong<br />

six character marks to base, 22.5cm wide, cracks to rim<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 163<br />

A Chinese famille rose bowl, Jiaqing seal mark and<br />

of the period (1796-1820), painted with fruiting vines,<br />

bamboo and butterflies, underglaze blue six character seal<br />

mark, 10.7cm diameter, 6.3cm high, extensive damage<br />

£300 - 500


164<br />

Lot 164<br />

A Chinese celadon glazed water pot or alms<br />

bowl, late 19th century, with concave and unglazed<br />

base, 19cm diameter<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 165<br />

165<br />

A pair of large Chinese blue and white ovoid<br />

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

painted with a mythical beast seated on rocks amid flowers,<br />

blossoming trees and butterflies, double circle to base, 34.5cm<br />

high, damage and repairs<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 166<br />

166<br />

A pair of Chinese enamelled porcelain crackle<br />

glaze bottle vases, mid 19th century, each painted<br />

with butterflies and flowers, the neck modelled with a chilong,<br />

within butterfly and flower gilt ground borders, 33cm high,<br />

chips to feet<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 167<br />

167<br />

A pair of large Chinese famille verte jars and<br />

covers, late 19th century, each painted with pheasants<br />

amid rockwork and flowers, underglaze blue double circle to<br />

base, 45cm high, restorations<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 168<br />

A large Chinese Canton (Guangzhou) decorated<br />

famille rose bowl, c.1830-50, typically painted to panels<br />

with figures amid pavilions, birds, butterflies, flowers and fruit<br />

to the interior and exterior, 39.2cm diameter<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

168


Lot 169<br />

169<br />

A Chinese blue and white celadon ground flower<br />

pot, late 19th century, moulded in white slip and painted<br />

in underglaze blue with prunus, chrysanthemums and rockwork<br />

and lotus petal moulded rim, unglazed interior and base, with<br />

draining holes, 27.5cm diameter<br />

170<br />

£300 - 500 Lot 170<br />

A large Chinese porcelain seated figure of Budai,<br />

Republic period, holding a rosary of beads in his right hand,<br />

with laughing expression on his face, 25cm high, 27cm wide,<br />

gilding worn<br />

£600 - 800<br />

171<br />

172<br />

Lot 171<br />

A Chinese huanghuali stool, 19th century, with<br />

square top and squared legs, 41cm wide, 41cm deep, 44cm high,<br />

feet reduced<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 172<br />

A Chinese late Ming lacquered wood model of<br />

an altar table, 17th century, the rectangular top with<br />

scrolled ends, above a shaped frieze with ruyi head shaped<br />

brackets, on trestle end supports with foliate pierced panels,<br />

41cm wide, 16.5cm high, minor losses<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 173<br />

A Chinese hardwood ‘dragon’ box, possibly zitan,<br />

late 19th/early 20th century, the rectangular cover<br />

carved in relief with a dragon and flaming pearl amid scrolling<br />

clouds, mounted with a pair of looped handles, 34cm wide<br />

£400 - 600<br />

173


Lot 174<br />

A Chinese huanghuali<br />

and hongmu stool,<br />

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

panelled rectangular top above<br />

a rounded frieze, on four<br />

square legs joined by shaped<br />

stretchers, shaped feet, 40.5cm<br />

wide, 30.5cm deep, 50.5cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 175<br />

A Chinese carved coral<br />

figure of a flower fairy,<br />

20th century, the figure<br />

holding a vase of flowers and<br />

with flowers issuing from her<br />

hair, the carving 19cm high and<br />

119g, wood stand<br />

£600 - 800<br />

174<br />

Lot 176<br />

A Chinese hongmu and<br />

burr wood small stool,<br />

19th century, the circular<br />

the inset top above a pierced<br />

frieze, on five pierced curving<br />

supports and five curved feet,<br />

22.5cm wide, 28.5cm high<br />

£500 - 700<br />

176<br />

175<br />

Lot 177<br />

A rare Chinese export mother-of-pearl<br />

and reverse painted glass mounted<br />

casket, late 18th century, the cover and front<br />

panel carved and pierced with peonies with birds<br />

amongst peonies flowers and foliage in mother-ofpearl,<br />

inset with reverse painted glass portraits of<br />

Chinese court figures, the sides inset with reverse<br />

painted glass panels of birds and peonies, the back<br />

panel inset with a mirrored glass panel, enclosing a<br />

later velvet lined interior, on four white metal hairy<br />

lion paw feet, 27.5cm wide at feet, 15.5cm high,<br />

some damage<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

177


Lot 178<br />

A Chinese bamboo ‘boys<br />

and buffalo’ group,<br />

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

carved in high relief and openwork<br />

with two boys clambering on the<br />

back of the buffalo, the third boy<br />

attempting to climb up toward<br />

them, caramel brown patina,<br />

19.5cm high, one buffalo leg lacking<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

179<br />

178<br />

Lot 179<br />

A Chinese bamboo and hongmu ‘scholars’<br />

brushpot, bitong, 18th century, carved in high relief<br />

and openwork with the scene of scholars and attendants<br />

standing on a cliff amid bamboo and trees, hongmu<br />

mounted rim and base with three shaped feet, 16.5cm high,<br />

13.5cm wide at base<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 180<br />

A Chinese jadeite ‘dragon’ vase and cover, late<br />

19th/early 20th century, carved in high relief and<br />

openwork with a dragon above waves, and a chi-dragon to the<br />

opposing side, with a pair of elephant head handles, one with<br />

ring, the domed cover with bead shaped finials, the ice white<br />

stone with some emerald green inclusions, 15.3cm high, horn<br />

tips and one ring lacking<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

180<br />

181<br />

Lot 181<br />

A Chinese speckled white jade ‘lock’ pendant<br />

plaque, 19th/20th century, one side carved with a<br />

boat by a tree, the other with a pseudo seal mark, within<br />

scrollwork pierced mythical beast borders, 7.6cm x 5.8cm,<br />

wood stand<br />

£300 - 500


182<br />

183<br />

184<br />

185<br />

186<br />

187<br />

Lot 182<br />

A Chinese ruby red glass ‘leaping carp’ snuff<br />

bottle, 1750-1850, each side carved in high relief with a<br />

leaping carp above waves looking toward the moon, 5.9cm high<br />

Lot 183<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Chinese red overlay on white glass ‘chilong’<br />

snuff bottle, 1780-1850, carved in relief with two<br />

scrolling dragons chasing flaming pearls, 6.5cm high, wood<br />

stand<br />

Lot 184<br />

£200 - 300<br />

A Chinese agate ‘boys’ snuff bottle, 19th century<br />

of compressed globular form, each side engraved with a boy,<br />

one playing with a a pull-along rabbit, the other with a goose,<br />

well hollowed, 5.5cm high, brass and coral stopper<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 185<br />

A Chinese enamelled porcelain ‘peacock and<br />

dragon’ snuff bottle, Jiaqing mark and period<br />

(1796-1820), the five claw dragon painted in iron red<br />

enamels, the reverse with a peacock in colours, above waves,<br />

iron red single line ‘Jiaqing Nianzhi mark to base, 5.6cm high,<br />

coral stopper and wood stand<br />

Lot 186<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A Chinese white jade snuff bottle, 19th/20th<br />

century, carved in relief with a squirrel on rockwork below a<br />

pine tree, the reverse with a cat, reasonably well hollowed with<br />

high polish, the stone of good even tone, 6.7cm, green stone<br />

stopper<br />

Lot 187<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Chinese blue and white snuff bottle, Yongzheng<br />

mark, 1850-1900, painted with dignitaries on horseback at<br />

a city gate, 6.5cm high<br />

£200 - 300


Lot 188<br />

A Chinese inscribed white jade<br />

snuff bottle, 19th century, the<br />

stone is of good even tone, the bottle<br />

well hollowed, the inscription possibly<br />

added reads ‘Looking Eastward at<br />

the long, long road that leads to my<br />

homeland, at my late years, I am too old<br />

and tired and can only dream of it with<br />

tears, there my country man is riding by<br />

on his way home, I hope he can convey<br />

my messages to the loving folks at<br />

home’, the reverse engraved with a pine<br />

sapling in a pot, 6.7cm high, metal and<br />

coral stopper<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 189<br />

A Chinese brown jasper ‘sage’<br />

snuff bottle, 19th century, carved<br />

in high relief with the figure of a boy<br />

seated holding an iron crutch amid<br />

rocks, before a gourd emanating the<br />

spirit of Li Tieguai, 5.8cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 190<br />

A Chinese smoky quartz snuff<br />

bottle, 1780-1820, of flattened<br />

shield shape, the carver skilfully using<br />

a pale opaque grey layer in the stone<br />

for a cameo of fruiting vines and<br />

rockwork, the reverse carved in low<br />

relief with rockwork and a pine tree,<br />

6.7cm high, coral stopper<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 191<br />

A Chinese two colour marble<br />

cameo ‘tiger’ snuff bottle, 19th<br />

century, of flattened oblong form, the<br />

mottled red layer in the stone carved<br />

in relief with a seated tiger, on a black<br />

background, lion mask ring handles,<br />

5.4cm high<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 192<br />

A Chinese pale celadon<br />

jade ‘double’ snuff bottle,<br />

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

good even tone with a hint of russet<br />

to a small patch, 5.2cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 193<br />

A Chinese ruby red overlay<br />

on snowflake ground snuff,<br />

1750-1850, deeply carved with<br />

scrolling chilong to each side,<br />

7.4cm high<br />

£250 - 350


Lot 194<br />

A Chinese inside painted<br />

agate ‘landscape’ snuff<br />

bottle, signed Liu Shouben,<br />

c.1965-70, painted by the artist<br />

with a landscape to each side, carved<br />

mask and ring handles, 5.8cm high,<br />

jadeite stopper<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 195<br />

A Chinese shadow agate<br />

pebble snuff bottle,<br />

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

well hollowed, with peach shaped<br />

coral stopper, total height 6.5cm<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 196<br />

A Chinese enamelled porcelain<br />

‘mythical beasts’ snuff bottle,<br />

1850-1900, painted with a tiger, two<br />

Buddhist lion dogs, an elephant and a<br />

qilin on a turquoise ground, single line<br />

blue enamelled mark, 5.6cm, splinter<br />

chips to foot<br />

£250 - 350<br />

Lot 197<br />

A Chinese celadon<br />

and brown jade pear<br />

form snuff bottle, 19th<br />

century, 7.2cm high<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 198<br />

A Chinese shadow agate<br />

snuff bottle, and an imitation<br />

shadow agate glass snuff<br />

bottle, both c.1760-1860, the<br />

shadow agate bottle of moonflask<br />

form, 5.2cm high, the glass bottle of<br />

flattened shield form, 6.4cm<br />

£200 - 300<br />

Lot 199<br />

A Chinese jadeite ‘dragon’ snuff<br />

bottle, c.1800-1900, of moonflask<br />

form, carved in relief with a dragon amid<br />

clouds, the icy white stone with some<br />

green inclusions, 4.9cm high, jadeite<br />

mounted stopper<br />

£300 - 500


Lot 200<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade ‘fish’<br />

snuff bottle, 19th century, probably<br />

converted from an earlier carving of a fish<br />

grasping lotus, the stone of even tone with<br />

occasional paler inclusions, 5.3cm long<br />

£400 - 600<br />

200<br />

Lot 201<br />

A rare Chinese yellow and russet<br />

jade figure of a boy holding a<br />

parrot, 18th/19th century, standing<br />

on one leg holding the parrot by a cord,<br />

5.6cm high, wood stand<br />

£600 - 800<br />

202<br />

Lot 202<br />

A Chinese white jade ‘phoenix and<br />

peony’ reticulated plaque, early 19th<br />

century, the phoenix with scrolling tail feathers<br />

amid peonies with scrolling tendrils and leaves,<br />

the stone of good even tone, 6.9cm wide, wood<br />

stand<br />

£600 - 800<br />

201<br />

203<br />

Lot 203<br />

A Chinese three colour jade<br />

‘Buddhist lion’ belt buckle, 19th<br />

century, carved in low relief with the<br />

recumbent lion grasping a brocaded ball,<br />

8cm across, wood stand<br />

£300 - 500<br />

204<br />

Lot 204<br />

An early Chinese cream jade figure of Guanyin,<br />

together with a 19th century pale celadon and<br />

brown jade brushrest, the figure with simple markings to<br />

the robe, the stone with grey and russet inclusions, 7.3cm high,<br />

the brushrest with scrolled ends, 7.5cm<br />

£300 - 500


Lot 205<br />

A Chinese banded agate figure<br />

of a recumbent pig, 18th/19th<br />

century, 5.4cm long, wood stand<br />

£300 - 500<br />

205<br />

Lot 206<br />

A Chinese white jade ‘dragon’ belt hook,<br />

19th century, carved in high relief and openwork<br />

with a scrolling dragon, the stone with some paler<br />

inclusions, 9.4cm long, wood stand<br />

£300 - 500<br />

206<br />

207<br />

209<br />

Lot 207<br />

A Chinese two colour agate carving<br />

of a ram and a cat, 19th century, the<br />

carver skilfully using the dark brown inclusion in<br />

the stone for the ram and flowerhead and the<br />

pale grey inclusion for the cat, 4cm, wood stand<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 208<br />

208<br />

A Chinese white jade twin<br />

phoenix reticulated plaque,<br />

19th century, pierced and carved<br />

with a central ribbon-tied box flanked<br />

by two phoenixes and a sprig of<br />

lingzhi fungus, the stone of good even<br />

tone, 8.7cm, suspended from a wood<br />

stand with coral bead to the cord<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 209<br />

A Chinese white and russet<br />

skin jade oval plaque, 19th<br />

century, skilfully carved in relief<br />

and openwork with a russet skinned<br />

yin-yang symbol and peonies, the<br />

reverse with tendrils and leaves,<br />

6.4cm, wood stand<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 210<br />

A Chinese white and black jade group of the<br />

calligrapher Wang Xizhi seated by a goose, 18th<br />

century, the figure of Wang Xizhi depicted in a relaxed<br />

contemplative pose with a calligraphy brush over his shoulder,<br />

seated by a goose, rockwork and lingzhi fungus. Wang’s fondness<br />

for geese is reflected in the famous story where he copied the<br />

Daoist classic Daodejing [the classic of the Dao and of virtue] for<br />

a priest in exchange for a white goose and he is also known to<br />

have gained inspiration from natural forms, including the graceful<br />

necks of geese, 9.7cm across, carved zitan wood stand<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

210<br />

Lot 211<br />

A Chinese pale celadon<br />

and brown jade group of<br />

two cats, 19th century,<br />

5.1cm, wood stand, tiny chips<br />

£300 - 500<br />

211<br />

Lot 212<br />

A Chinese soapstone<br />

standing figure of<br />

Guanyin, 19th century,<br />

of creamy pale green stone,<br />

her robes engraved and gilded<br />

with ruyi shaped clouds, on<br />

a coral coloured soapstone<br />

base, 38cm high<br />

£1,200 - 1,600<br />

212<br />

Lot 213<br />

213<br />

A small Chinese jade and hardstone mounted huanghuali<br />

table screen, 19th century, the removable rectangular panel inset<br />

with a central pale celadon and jade twin mythical beast reticulated<br />

plaque, 4.2cm high, two spinach green jade lingzhi fungus triangular<br />

shaped plaques and two chalcedony, on an openwork stand carved and<br />

pierced with scrolling tendrils, total size 20cm high, 18cm wide<br />

£400 - 600


Lot 214<br />

A small Chinese jade mounted hongmu tablescreen,<br />

late 19th/early 20th century, the central oblong white<br />

jade plaque carved in relief and reticulated with a phoenix biting<br />

lingzhi fungus amid scrolling tendrils and leaves, 6.9 x 4.4cm, the<br />

screen and stand carved and pierced with scrolling tendrils and<br />

ruyi heads, on four scrolled feet, 22cm high, 19cm wide<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 215<br />

214<br />

A large Chinese spinach green jade brushpot,<br />

bitong, carved in relief with scholars amid pavilions,<br />

trees and rocks, on four shaped feet, the bright spinach<br />

green stone with pale and dark inclusions, 16.8cm high,<br />

14.9cm diameter<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

215<br />

Lot 216<br />

A Chinese white jade reticulated<br />

plaque, 19th century, carved in high relief<br />

and openwork with a sage, a boy holding a<br />

ruyi sceptre standing beneath a pine tree, the<br />

background reticulated, with twin phoenix<br />

cresting, the stone of good even tone, 10.2cm<br />

high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

216


217<br />

Lot 217<br />

An assembled group of four Chinese pale celadon<br />

jade figures, 18th/19th century, the first a group of<br />

two boys holding sprigs of lotus and lingzhi fungus 6.2cm high,<br />

the second a boy holding a sprig of lotus, with a russet skin to<br />

the back of the figure, 6cm high, the third Li Tieguai holding his<br />

iron crutch with a gourd at his side issuing smoke and a bat,<br />

6cm high and the last a boy holding a sprig of lingzhi fungus,<br />

6.7cm high, displayed on two later wood ‘rock-work’ stands,<br />

total height approximately 19cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

218<br />

Lot 218<br />

A Chinese pale celadon jade ‘fish’ plaque,<br />

18th/19th century, carved and pierced with a leaping fish<br />

biting lotus tendrils and flowers, the stone with russet and<br />

white inclusions, 16.7cm long, 8.5cm high, later wood stand<br />

for use as a table screen<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

219<br />

Lot 219<br />

A Chinese white jade figure of a pug dog,<br />

19th/20th century, the dog biting a sprig of<br />

lingzhi fungus, the stone of good even tone with<br />

some occasional small darker inclusions, 3.7cm long<br />

£200 - 300


Lot 220<br />

A Chinese soapstone seated<br />

figure of a luohan, 18th century,<br />

the figure holding a rosary bead<br />

necklace in his right hand and a scroll<br />

in his left, the creamy pale green<br />

stone highlighted with remnants of<br />

polychrome and gilt decoration, set<br />

with paste jewelling, 12.5cm high<br />

£700 - 900<br />

220<br />

Lot 221<br />

221<br />

A Chinese lavender and green jadeite water pot and<br />

stand, late 19th century, carved in high relief and openwork<br />

with a duck swimming on waves, an eagle perched to one side, lotus<br />

flowers, tendrils and leaves, the cover with lotus flower bud, 9.3cm<br />

at widest point, wood stand<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 222<br />

222<br />

A Chinese jadeite ‘quail and millet’ water pot<br />

and stand, late 19th century, carved in high relief and<br />

openwork with quail standing on rockwork pecking at millet<br />

with tendrils and leaves, one side of the water pot carved in<br />

low relief with a butterfly, the pale green and white stone with<br />

darker green and russet inclusions, 15cm wide, original carved<br />

and pierced wood stand, total width 15.2cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 223<br />

223<br />

A Chinese late Ming white and grey jade ‘dragonfish’<br />

plaque, 17th century, carved in relief and<br />

reticulated with scales and curving fins to both sides, the<br />

stone with occasional russet and grey inclusions and veining,<br />

11.7cm wide, 9.3cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 224<br />

A Chinese soapstone group of a luohan holding a<br />

figure of Buddha, 18th century, wearing flowing robes<br />

highlighted in gilt, with the figure of a lion-dog recumbent<br />

beside him, on a rectangular plinth base, with remnants of<br />

polychrome decoration, 12cm wide, 9cm high<br />

£1,200 - 1,600<br />

Lot 225<br />

A Chinese cloisonné<br />

enamel and gilt<br />

bronze scroll<br />

weight, decorated<br />

in colours with two<br />

qilin, lotus flowers<br />

and scrolling tendrils,<br />

apocryphal engraved<br />

Qianlong mark, 24.8cm<br />

long<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

224<br />

225<br />

Lot 226<br />

A Chinese polished bronze censer, gui,<br />

Xuande six character mark, 18th/19th<br />

century, applied with a pair of looped handles, 19cm<br />

wide, dented, solder repair<br />

£400 - 600<br />

226<br />

Lot 227<br />

A large Chinese polished bronze<br />

octagonal jardiniere, 19th century, each<br />

side cast in relief with a qilin on a diaper ground,<br />

applied with a pair of phoenix head handles, on four<br />

lion-dog mask and paw feet, 48cm wide at handles,<br />

slight faults<br />

£300 - 500<br />

227


228<br />

229<br />

Lot 228<br />

A Chinese late Ming bronze seated figure of<br />

Guanyin, with remnants of gilding to the face and hands,<br />

wearing a crown, 29.5cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 229<br />

A Chinese gold splashed bronze quatrelobed<br />

censer, dark brown patinated with gold splashes, applied<br />

with a pair of rectangular handles, zhuanshu script two<br />

character mark, the wood cover carved and pierced with<br />

lotus flowers, surmounted by a jade flower bud finial, the<br />

wood stand with four ruyi head shaped feet, 17cm wide<br />

£700 - 900<br />

230<br />

231<br />

Lot 230<br />

A Chinese Ming cloisonné enamel and bronze<br />

tripod censer and associated tripod stand,<br />

16th/17th century, the censer decorated with lotus<br />

flowers and scrolling tendrils, applied with a pair of lion<br />

mask handles, on three cabriole feet, the stand with similar<br />

decoration, gilt bronze rims and feet, 26.8cm diameter<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 231<br />

A small Chinese archaistic bronze arrow vase,<br />

Yuan/Ming dynasty, the pear shaped body cast in<br />

low relief with a band of ‘leiwen’ to the neck applied with<br />

a pair of cylindrical handles, the lower register with a<br />

band of brocade work, above a tapering foot, 11.8cm high,<br />

base panel lacking<br />

£200 - 300


232<br />

Lot 232<br />

° A Chinese Kangxi dictionary, 32 volumes<br />

in four slip cases, re-published in Daoguang<br />

period, each volume 16.5cm high<br />

Lot 233<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Zhou Luyun (Irene Chou), Chinese b.1924,<br />

a large ink and colour abstract painting on<br />

paper, Image 181cm x 96cm, silk brocade borders,<br />

frame 226 cm x 113.5cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

233


CLOCKS &<br />

BAROMETERS<br />

234-247<br />

235


Lot 234<br />

J. Blunt of London. A Regency<br />

mahogany stick barometer, with<br />

silvered scale and thermometer, 13cm wide,<br />

98cm high<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 235<br />

Bernoux of Paris. A 19th century<br />

Louis XV style ormolu mantel clock,<br />

with putto finial, enamelled Roman dial and<br />

scrolled case with integral unsigned eight day<br />

movement numbered 766, 33cm wide, 48cm<br />

high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 236<br />

Feltham of Jersey. An early<br />

Victorian ormolu mounted<br />

ebonised bronze bracket clock, in<br />

architectural case, with painted Roman dial<br />

and twin fusee movement, 34cm wide, 24cm<br />

deep, 52cm high<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 237<br />

Ellicott & Taylor, Royal Exchange.<br />

A Regency lancet shaped ebonised<br />

bracket clock, with enamelled Roman<br />

dial, brass inset case and signed twin fuse say<br />

movement, 27cm wide, 15cm deep, 44cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 238<br />

George Blackie, 392 Strand, London.<br />

A Victorian figured walnut mantel<br />

clock, in plain architectural case with<br />

silvered Roman dial and eight day movement,<br />

35cm wide, 24cm deep, 46cm high<br />

£300 - 500


Lot 239<br />

A late 19th century French ormolu<br />

mounted marble and green onyx clock<br />

garniture, of Indian inspiration, the<br />

main clock of architectural form with domed<br />

top and elephant’s head handles, unsigned eight<br />

day movement striking on a gong, with a pair of<br />

matching side vase ornaments with ring handles<br />

and elephant’s head mounts, clock 34cm wide,<br />

63cm high, side vases 36cm high<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 240<br />

J.J. Harris of London. A<br />

Victorian rosewood hour<br />

repeating bracket clock,<br />

in plain architectural case, with<br />

enamelled Roman dial signed<br />

with the address 11 Lower East<br />

Smithfield, unsigned twin fusee eight<br />

day movement, 30cm wide, 17cm<br />

deep, 42cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 241<br />

A Charles Frodsham for<br />

The St James’s House<br />

Company. A silvered<br />

brass, marble and<br />

mahogany revolving<br />

timepiece, with silvered<br />

metal galleon finial, silver<br />

plated bands to the base and<br />

brass ball feet, serial number<br />

172/500, 27cm high<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 242<br />

A 19th century French<br />

ormolu and Sevres<br />

style porcelain mantel<br />

clock, with architectural urn<br />

surmounted case, porcelain<br />

plaques painted with young ladies<br />

and flowers, unsigned eight day<br />

countwheel movement, the case<br />

stamp PH Mourey, 29cm wide,<br />

50cm high<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 243<br />

A 19th century Black<br />

Forest carved wood mantel<br />

timepiece, carved as a rocky<br />

mound with a fox looking down<br />

upon two pheasants, eight day<br />

movement stamped SF & JD, 30cm<br />

wide, 38cm high<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 244<br />

A Devon Clocks lacquered and<br />

silvered brass Congreve timepiece,<br />

in glazed mahogany case, with central<br />

Roman dial flanked by day and seconds<br />

dials, signed on the reverse and numbered<br />

124/500, 23cm wide, 15cm deep, 22cm high<br />

£800 - 1,200


245<br />

246<br />

247<br />

Lot 245<br />

Jonathon Watson of London. A George III brass<br />

mounted mahogany eight day longcase clock, the<br />

12 inch arched brass dial with strike / silent, subsidiary seconds<br />

and date dials, five pillar movement with anchor escapement,<br />

the case with unusual brass columns flanking the hood and<br />

further brass pilasters running down flanking the trunk door,<br />

49cm wide, 211cm high<br />

£700 - 900<br />

Lot 247<br />

Thomas Dalston. A William and Mary walnut and<br />

marquetry eight day longcase clock, the 11 inch<br />

square brass dial with silvered Roman chapter ring and date<br />

aperture, the case with floral marquetry panels and lenticle to<br />

the trunk door, 44cm wide, 198cm high<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 246<br />

A William and Mary floral marquetry and walnut<br />

eight day longcase clock, the 11 inch square brass dial<br />

with Roman chapter ring, subsidiary seconds and date aperture,<br />

engraved with stylised tulips around the date aperture, case<br />

decorated with foliate and floral motifs including tulips and<br />

other flowers to the trunk door, 52cm wide, 208cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


CARPETS<br />

& FURNITURE<br />

248-299<br />

285


248<br />

Lot 248<br />

A Kashan ivory ground carpet, with central lobed floral<br />

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

355cm x 246cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

249<br />

Lot 249<br />

A Tibetan pale green ground carpet, with bold floral<br />

field, 250cm x 176cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

250<br />

Lot 250<br />

An antique Heriz brick red ground carpet, with<br />

large central floral medallion within a wide conforming<br />

border, 370cm x 290cm<br />

£5,000 - 8,000<br />

251<br />

Lot 251<br />

An early 20th century Kashan blue ground rug,<br />

with central lobed floral medallion within a triple border,<br />

208cm x 134cm<br />

£500 - 800


252<br />

Lot 252<br />

A Bijar blue<br />

ground runner, with<br />

polychrome floral field,<br />

464cm x 100cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 253<br />

A 17th/18th<br />

century Florentine<br />

scagliola table top,<br />

decorated with birds,<br />

tulips and foliate scrolls<br />

within a red border, 122<br />

x 59.5cm, depth 2.25cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

253<br />

254<br />

Lot 254<br />

A narrow oak refectory table, part 17th<br />

century, the cleated twin plank top above trestle<br />

supports with undertier and peripheral stretchers, 232<br />

x 67cm, height 74cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,500


255<br />

Lot 255<br />

A Charles I oak refectory table, c.1630, the triple<br />

plank top with cleated ends, the four unusual two part<br />

octagonal baluster legs joined by an H-stretcher, 253 x 77cm,<br />

height 79cm<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 256<br />

A late 17th century Dutch oak side table, with<br />

rectangular top and frieze drawer, on baluster legs with H<br />

stretcher and bun feet, width 132cm, depth 65cm, height 79cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

257<br />

Lot 257<br />

A matched set of twelve 17th century<br />

and later dining chairs, the rectangular<br />

backs and seats covered in pink and blue fabric,<br />

comprising a set of four oak chairs, square and<br />

bobbin turned legs joined by stretchers; two near<br />

matching single oak chairs; a pair of walnut chairs,<br />

square and spiral turned legs joined by stretchers;<br />

a pair of walnut and fruitwood armchairs, square<br />

and turned legs with conforming front stretcher<br />

rail; and a pair of oak armchairs, square and<br />

bobbin turned legs with carved scroll front<br />

stretcher, width 46cm, depth 38cm, height 92cm,<br />

carvers width 62cm, height 95cm, depth 60cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

256


Lot 258<br />

A 17th century and later South German walnut<br />

and marquetry cabinet on later stand, with moulded<br />

cornice and two doors, inlaid and engraved with coats of<br />

arms and heraldic motifs, flanked by birds and carnations, the<br />

interior with an arrangement of fifteen drawers, all inlaid with<br />

flowers and vases, on a later mahogany stand with tapered legs<br />

and pad feet, width 110cm, depth 53cm, height 153cm<br />

£1,000 - 2,000<br />

Lot 259<br />

A 17th century style oak refectory table, with<br />

lunette carved frieze and cannon barrel legs united by allround<br />

stretchers, width 167cm, depth 77cm, height 77cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

258<br />

259<br />

Lot 260<br />

A George II walnut and<br />

parcel gilt fret frame wall<br />

mirror, with Prince of Wales<br />

feathered crest and bevelled<br />

original plate, width 62cm, height<br />

96cm.<br />

Provenance: purchased from<br />

Norman Adams<br />

£500 - 800<br />

260<br />

261<br />

Lot 261<br />

A Queen Anne walnut hanging<br />

corner cupboard, with arched cornice<br />

and single arched door above a candle<br />

slide, with bevelled mirror enclosing three<br />

fixed shelves, width 64cm, depth 34cm,<br />

height 104cm<br />

£500 - 700


262<br />

263<br />

Lot 262<br />

A George I walnut girandole, with bevelled plate and<br />

single brass sconce, width 19cm, height 66cm<br />

Lot 263<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An 18th century Dutch walnut armoire, with scroll<br />

moulded cornice and two panelled doors enclosing partially<br />

fitted interior, over two short and two long bombé drawers, on<br />

bracket feet, width 190cm, depth 70cm, height 254cm<br />

Lot 264<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A George I walnut bureau bookcase, with moulded<br />

cornice and two bevelled mirrored doors enclosing a<br />

compartmented interior over a fall, with pigeonholes, short<br />

drawers and well, over three graduated long drawers, on later<br />

bracket feet, width 99cm, depth 62cm, height 196cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

264


265<br />

Lot 265<br />

A rustic oak three plank refectory table,<br />

constructed from old floorboards and other timbers, on four<br />

slab legs, joined by H-shaped stretchers, 320cm long, 78cm<br />

wide, 78.5cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

266<br />

Lot 266<br />

A late 18th century Dutch mahogany<br />

and floral marquetry bombé bureau, with<br />

fitted interior and well over three long drawers, on<br />

claw and ball feet, width 120cm, depth 60cm, height<br />

111cm<br />

£1,300 - 1,500<br />

267<br />

Lot 267<br />

A George II feather banded walnut<br />

chest on chest, with moulded cornice, three<br />

short and three graduated long drawers over<br />

two short and two further graduated long<br />

drawers, on bracket feet, width 100cm, depth<br />

51cm, height 165cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 268<br />

A George I inlaid walnut chest on chest, with<br />

moulded cornice, three short and three graduated long<br />

drawers over two short and two further graduated drawers,<br />

on bracket feet, width 101cm, depth 58cm, height 176cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

268<br />

Lot 269<br />

A late 17th / 18th century oak and elm refectory<br />

table, with triple planked top, on octagonal legs with all-round<br />

stretchers, 246 x 90cm, height 77cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

269<br />

Lot 270<br />

A Irish mahogany wing armchair, in<br />

George III style, with foliate scroll carved apron,<br />

on cabriole legs and lions paw feet, width 90cm,<br />

depth 98cm, height 120cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

270


271<br />

272<br />

Lot 271<br />

A George II mahogany games table, with eared triple<br />

folding top opening to reveal a baize surface with pockets,<br />

a backgammon and chess board surface as well as a hinged<br />

compartment for use as a writing table, the frieze with hinged<br />

side drawer compartmented for inkwells, raised on turned<br />

tapered legs with pad feet, width 86cm, depth 43cm, height<br />

74cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 272<br />

A George I Irish mahogany silver table, with<br />

rectangular tray top and acanthus carved slender cabriole legs<br />

with scroll feet, width 83cm, depth 55cm, height 69cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

273<br />

274<br />

Lot 273<br />

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

four graduated long drawers on bracket feet, width 84cm,<br />

depth 48cm, height 83cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 274<br />

A George III mahogany tripod table, with tilting<br />

rectangular top, on spiral fluted baluster stem with pad<br />

feet, width 58cm, depth 46cm, height 68cm.<br />

Provenance: Purchased from Norman Adams<br />

£400 - 600


275<br />

Lot 275<br />

A George III rosewood banded mahogany cellaret,<br />

of plain rectangular form, with six division interior, on moulded<br />

squared tapered legs, width 39cm, depth 28cm, height 68.5cm.<br />

Provenance: Purchased from Norman Adams<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 276<br />

276<br />

An 18th century Baroque giltwood wall<br />

mirror, of oval scrolling cartouche form, with<br />

scallop shell motifs, width 95cm, height 84cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

277<br />

278<br />

Lot 277<br />

A Regency mahogany drop leaf work table, with beaded<br />

rectangular top, scroll carved folding brackets and two long drawers with<br />

ivory escutcheons, on U shaped support with beaded downswept legs,<br />

fitted brass caps and castors, Ivory Submission Reference 935H6X67,<br />

width extended 122cm, depth 50cm, height 71cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 278<br />

A George III mahogany foot stool, with<br />

drop-in seat and chamfered squared legs, width<br />

34.5cm, depth 27cm, height 22cm.<br />

Provenance: Purchased from Norman Adams<br />

£200 - 300


Lot 279<br />

A George III brass cast and wrought iron fire<br />

grate, with fluted ball finials and scroll feet, 102cm wide,<br />

54cm deep, 66cm high<br />

279<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Lot 280<br />

280<br />

A George III brass mounted wrought and<br />

cast iron fire grate, of serpentine form, with pierced<br />

decoration and urn finials, 70cm wide, 35cm deep, 77cm high<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

281<br />

Lot 281<br />

An unusual George IV mahogany kneehole desk,<br />

of demi-octagonal form, with segmented leather lined top and<br />

central frieze drawer over a concave kneehole cupboard, the<br />

top with hinged central section flanked by folding panels that<br />

open to reveal a compartmented interior, frieze drawers fitted<br />

to the sides and suspended above concave cupboard doors, on<br />

turned tapered feet, width 172cm, depth 89cm, height 78cm<br />

£700 - 1,000


Lot 282<br />

A Regency<br />

mahogany hat<br />

stand, with central<br />

spiral twist column and<br />

nine scrolling arms over<br />

circular understage and<br />

downswept legs, height<br />

196cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

283<br />

Lot 283<br />

A Victorian giltwood and gesso overmantel<br />

mirror, of ornate arched form with foliate scroll and shell<br />

crest, and laurel leaf moulded frame, width 150cm, height<br />

196cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

282<br />

284<br />

Lot 284<br />

A Victorian giltwood and gesso overmantel<br />

mirror, of arched form with foliate scroll crest and beaded<br />

ovolo borders, width 170cm, height 177cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 285<br />

A Victorian mahogany<br />

11 inch terrestrial<br />

globe, with brass mounts<br />

and calendar / zodiac to<br />

the outer ring, apparently<br />

unsigned, raised on acanthus<br />

carved tripod base, fitted<br />

brass castors, diameter 40cm,<br />

height 84cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

286<br />

Lot 286<br />

A 19th century Dutch<br />

colonial, possibly Ceylon<br />

ebony almirah, the broken<br />

arch pediment centred with a<br />

shield and fruit, over two glazed<br />

doors enclosing adjustable<br />

shelves, fall front compartment<br />

enclosing pigeonholes and<br />

drawers, and two panelled doors<br />

on plinth foot with bun feet,<br />

width 120cm, depth 50cm, height<br />

235cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

285<br />

287<br />

288<br />

Lot 287<br />

A Chinese huanghuali and burr wood bench seat, with<br />

triple panel back interspersed with stylised cloud motifs and solid<br />

seat on squared cabriole legs, width 140cm, depth 50cm, height<br />

90cm<br />

Lot 288<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A late 19th century Chinese hongmu desk, carved and pierced<br />

throughout with floral motifs, the upper section with small cupboard, recess and<br />

drawer over two frieze drawers and an understage with a further two fitted<br />

drawers, width 95cm, depth 70cm, height 1268cm<br />

£500 - 700


Lot 289<br />

A tall Chinese coromandel lacquer<br />

twelve panel screen, 19th century,<br />

decorated with fan shaped panels over a<br />

continuous landscape panel depicting figures and<br />

pagodas in a river landscape, the borders with<br />

assorted flowers and vessels and the reverse with<br />

bamboo and other plants, each leaf panel width<br />

49cm, height 264cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

289<br />

290<br />

Lot 290<br />

An early 20th century French ormolu<br />

mounted kingwood and parquetry<br />

vitrine, of serpentine bombé form, with<br />

bowed glass door enclosing two glass shelves,<br />

on cabriole legs, width 70cm, depth 40cm,<br />

height 169cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

291<br />

Lot 291<br />

A pair of 17th century Spanish walnut<br />

and elm armchairs, with arched leather<br />

covered backs, moulded scroll arms, stuffed<br />

leather covered seats and turned legs joined by<br />

convoluted front stretchers, width 69cm, depth<br />

61cm, height 141cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000


Lot 292<br />

A 19th century Louis XVI style giltwood chaise<br />

longue, with reeded ribbon tied rails, acanthus leaf carved<br />

arms and foot cresting, on four wrythen toupie feet, length<br />

186cm depth 76cm height 95cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

292<br />

Lot 293<br />

A Chinese export giltdecorated<br />

black lacquer<br />

wine table, c.1840,<br />

decorated with figures amid<br />

pavilions and trees, on three<br />

downswept legs decorated with<br />

dragons, 38 x 31.5cm, height<br />

69cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

293<br />

294<br />

Lot 294<br />

A late 19th century<br />

French giltwood and gesso<br />

overmantel mirror, with<br />

flower, quiver and torch trophy<br />

crest and laurel leaf and beading<br />

borders, width 105cm, height<br />

149cm<br />

£800 - 1,200


295<br />

296<br />

Lot 295<br />

Gervais-Maximilien-Eugène<br />

Durand (1839-1920). A 19th<br />

century French ormolu mounted<br />

bedstead, with oval paterae caps and<br />

vineous scrolling friezes centred with<br />

cherubs holding aloft laurel wreaths, over<br />

triple panels and moulded toupie feet, the<br />

side rails with matching brass inlay, width<br />

168cm, depth 214cm, height 118cm<br />

Lot 297<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Gustave Serrurier-Bovy (Belgian<br />

1858–1910). An Art Nouveau<br />

copper mounted red narra wood<br />

vitrine, the bi-fold door enclosing<br />

three adjustable shelves, key stamped<br />

Serrurier Bovy and has indistinct wax seal<br />

to underside, width 68cm, depth 40cm,<br />

height 174cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

297<br />

Lot 296<br />

A 19th century carved giltwood<br />

wall mirror, with elaborate ornate<br />

eagle and flowering swag scrolled<br />

crest over a rectangular plate flanked<br />

by trailing roses, width 126cm, height<br />

118cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

298<br />

Lot 298<br />

Attributed to Liberty & Co.<br />

An ivory inset mahogany and<br />

ebony ‘Thebes’ stool, circa 1930,<br />

the slatted dished seat inlaid with ebony<br />

and ivory above square supports lined by<br />

stretchers with spindle supports, Ivory<br />

Submission Reference V5WLRJU6, width<br />

31.5cm, depth 29cm, height 31cm<br />

Lot 299<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A 20th century Philips 19 inch<br />

terrestrial globe, with lacquered brass<br />

mounts, parquetry and mahogany frame and<br />

compass to the understage signed by Albion<br />

Clocks, the globe dated 1982, the compass<br />

1997, diameter 54cm, height 103cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

299


PAINTINGS & PRINTS<br />

300-431<br />

at 1.00pm<br />

427


300<br />

301<br />

Lot 300<br />

After Robert Jacques François Faust Lefèvre<br />

(French, 1775-1830)<br />

Portrait of Napoleon I (1769-1821)<br />

oil on canvas<br />

80 x 62cm<br />

Lot 301<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Early 19th century English School<br />

Portrait of General Frederick Roome (1783-1845)<br />

oil on canvas<br />

90 x 70cm<br />

Lot 302<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Circle of Sir Godfrey Kneller (British, 1646-1723)<br />

Portrait of a lady wearing a blue dress<br />

oil on canvas<br />

oval, 69 x 57cm<br />

£600 - 900<br />

302


303<br />

304<br />

Lot 303<br />

Cornelius Johnson (Dutch, 1593-1661)<br />

Portrait of Elizabeth of Bohemia, “The Winter<br />

Queen’’, daughter of King James I<br />

oil on panel<br />

36 x 26cm<br />

Lot 304<br />

£10,000 - 15,000<br />

Circle of George Romney (British, 1734-1802)<br />

Portrait of a lady, seated, wearing a white dress<br />

and a black hat<br />

oil on canvas<br />

75 x 62cm<br />

Lot 305<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

Circle of Sir Nathaniel Dance-Holland, 1st.Bt. RA<br />

(British, 1735-1811)<br />

Portrait of a gentleman, bust-length, wearing a<br />

crimson coat, white stock, and holding a miniature<br />

oil on canvas<br />

74.5 x 62cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

305


306<br />

Lot 306<br />

Isaak Luttichuys (Dutch, 1616-1673)<br />

Portrait of a woman, standing half-length, wearing<br />

a green dress and holding a timepiece<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1685 lower left<br />

35 x 27cm<br />

Lot 307<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Richard Brakenburg (Dutch, 1650-1702)<br />

Couple drinking and laughing in an interior, with a<br />

maid by a door<br />

oil on canvas<br />

indistinctly signed<br />

29 x 24cm<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

307<br />

Lot 308<br />

Jan Porcellis (Dutch, c.1584-1632)<br />

Shipping in stormy seas<br />

oil on panel<br />

34 x 58cms.<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

Provenance: Anon. sale, Sotheby’s London, 12th October, 1983,<br />

lot 121, thence private collection Surrey<br />

Lot 309<br />

Cornelius van Poelenburgh (Dutch, 1594-1667)<br />

An arcadian landscape with Mary Magdalene<br />

oil on panel<br />

30 x 38cm<br />

£8,000 - 12,000<br />

Provenance: Christie’s, thence private collection Surrey.


308<br />

309


310<br />

313<br />

311


Lot 310<br />

Claude Lorrain (French, 1600-<br />

1682)<br />

Landscape with buildings<br />

pen and black ink with grey wash on<br />

laid paper<br />

13 x 15cm<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

Provenance: Collection of Sir Joshua<br />

Reynolds, bearing his stamp SrIR, now<br />

private collection Surrey<br />

Lot 311<br />

Circle of David Teniers the<br />

Younger (Flemish, 1610-1690)<br />

‘’The Arrest’’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

11 x 10.5cm, together with frame<br />

with label<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Provenance: Christie’s, 2002, thence<br />

private collection Surrey.<br />

312<br />

Lot 312<br />

Circle of Jacob van Ruisdael<br />

(Dutch, 1628-1682)<br />

A wooded landscape with two<br />

figures walking along a path, a<br />

cottage beyond.<br />

oil on canvas<br />

29 x 35cm, with earlier frame with<br />

label<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Provenance: Christie’s, thence private<br />

collection Surrey.<br />

Lot 313<br />

17th century Italian School<br />

Head of a laughing man<br />

oil on paper laid down on wood<br />

30 x 22cm, in a contemporary gilded<br />

wood frame.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Provenance: Private collection Surrey.<br />

Lot 314<br />

Pieter Jansz Van Asch (Dutch, 1603-1678)<br />

An extensive wooded river landscape with<br />

figures and animals<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed ‘P va’ (lower right)<br />

40 x 54cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,500<br />

Provenance: Anon. sale, Phillips, London, 20th October,<br />

2001, lot 83. thence private collection Surrey.<br />

314


315<br />

Lot 315<br />

Nicholaes Bercham (Dutch, 1620-1683)<br />

A pastoral landscape with figures, cattle, goats<br />

and a dog<br />

oil on panel<br />

32 x 36cm<br />

Provenance: Christies, thence private collection Surrey.<br />

£10,000 - 15,000<br />

Lot 316<br />

Jan Frans Soolmaker (Flemish, 1635-1685)<br />

A pastoral landscape with cattle, goats, sheep and<br />

figures<br />

oil on panel, cradled<br />

36 x 50cms.<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

316<br />

Provenance: Christie’s, thence private collection Surrey.


Lot 317<br />

Nicholaes Bercham (Dutch, 1620-1683)<br />

A landscape with figures and animals on the shores of a<br />

lake, a mountainous cliff with buildings beyond<br />

oil on canvas<br />

30 x 37cm<br />

£10,000 - 15,000<br />

317<br />

Provenance: The collection of the Duke of Buccleuch, no.13 -<br />

(reference in Witt library); Christie’s 2005, thence private collection<br />

Surrey<br />

Lot 318<br />

Hendrick Goltzius (Dutch, 1558-1617)<br />

Adoration of The Shepherds, 1615<br />

engraving laid on paper<br />

20.5 x 15cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

318


320<br />

319<br />

Lot 319<br />

Follower of Jan Hackaert (Dutch, 1628-1685)<br />

Extensive landscape with women seated beside a<br />

lake<br />

oil on canvas laid on wooden panel<br />

57 x 41.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

321<br />

Lot 320<br />

After Francesco Guardi (Italian, 1712-1793)<br />

Merchant vessels and other shipping along the<br />

shore, including an English warship and merchants<br />

barge<br />

pair of oils on canvas<br />

46 x 60cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

Lot 321<br />

Manner of Melchior d’Hondecoeter (Dutch,<br />

c.1636-1695)<br />

A cockerel, chickens and chicks in a farmyard<br />

oil on canvas<br />

70 x 86cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800


Lot 322<br />

Attributed to Hendrik Willem Schweickhardt<br />

(German, 1746-1797)<br />

Winter landscape with skaters on the ice<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

23 x 31cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

322<br />

Lot 323<br />

Basilius Besler (German, 1561-1629)<br />

Geranium Sanguinarium, Geranium Muscatum<br />

in odorum, Geranium Sanguinarium maius and<br />

Geranium Muscatum odoratum from Hortus<br />

Eysettensis, 1613<br />

four hand coloured copper engravings<br />

49 x 41cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

323


325<br />

324<br />

326<br />

327<br />

Lot 324<br />

Follower of Girolamo dai Libri (Italian, 1474-1555)<br />

Madonna and child with angel and John the Baptist<br />

oil on wooden panel, 49 x 37cm<br />

Lot 325<br />

£400 - 600<br />

19th century Chinese School<br />

Studies of water-going vessels<br />

nine gouaches on pith paper<br />

inscribed in Chinese and titled in English, giving the names and<br />

uses of the various vessels, 29 x 34cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

330


Lot 326<br />

Follower of Charles Brooking<br />

(British, c.1723-1759)<br />

Shipping off the coast with a frigate<br />

flying a blue flag, hulks and other<br />

sailing ships<br />

oil on canvas<br />

50 x 60cm<br />

Lot 327<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Follower of Joseph Mallord William<br />

Turner (British, 1775-1851)<br />

‘Grand Canal and Church of The<br />

Salute’<br />

watercolour<br />

bears signature<br />

21 x 31cm, unframed<br />

Lot 328<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Follower of John Martin (British,<br />

1789-1854)<br />

‘The Day of Judgement’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

141 x 103cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 329<br />

Follower of Jean-Honoré Fragonard<br />

(French, 1732-1806)<br />

Fête champêtre<br />

oil on canvas<br />

34 x 41cm<br />

Lot 330<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

After Francois Boucher (French,<br />

1703-1770)<br />

Celestial scene - The infant Jesus<br />

blessing St. John the Baptist, with a<br />

banner - ‘’Ecce Angus Dei’’ [Behold<br />

the Lamb of God]<br />

oil on canvas laid down<br />

21 x 17cm, framed to the oval<br />

£300 - 500<br />

328<br />

Provenance: Private collection Surrey.<br />

329


Lot 331<br />

Circle of John Constable R.A.<br />

(British, 1776-1837)<br />

Figures and cattle in a lakeside<br />

landscape<br />

oil on board<br />

14.5 x 17.5cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

331<br />

Lot 332<br />

Circle of Jean-Baptiste-Camille<br />

Corot (French, 1796-1875)<br />

Pastoral landscape with figures<br />

oil on canvas<br />

bears signature,<br />

38 x 78cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Provenance: Christie’s, thence private<br />

collection Surrey.<br />

332<br />

Lot 333<br />

18th century English School<br />

Cefn Mably, Glamorganshire,<br />

Wales<br />

oil on panel<br />

51.5 x 97cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 334<br />

Francis Towne (British, 1740-<br />

1816)<br />

‘Waterfall at Chudley Rock’<br />

watercolour and ink<br />

signed and dated 1787<br />

22.5 x 18cm<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

333<br />

Lot 335<br />

Francis Towne (British, 1740-<br />

1816)<br />

A view of Berry Castle<br />

watercolour with pen and ink<br />

signed and dated 1784 and inscribed ‘A<br />

view of Berry Castle in the County of<br />

Devon, drawn on the spot by Francis<br />

Town 1784’<br />

21 x 33.5cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000


335<br />

Lot 336<br />

John White Abbott (British, 1763-1851)<br />

‘Berry Pomeroy Castle, Devon’<br />

watercolour and ink<br />

monogrammed and dated 1791<br />

16 x 24cm<br />

336<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

334


338<br />

340<br />

337<br />

Lot 337<br />

Joshua Cristall (British, 1767–1847)<br />

Fern cutters on Coppett Hill, Goodrich<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1829<br />

37 x 27.5cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

339<br />

Lot 338<br />

Benjamin Zobel (British, 1762-1831)<br />

Sheep and a donkey in a wooded landscape<br />

sand picture<br />

signed<br />

44 x 57cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000


Lot 339<br />

John White Abbott (British,<br />

1763-1851)<br />

‘Fordland’<br />

ink and monochrome watercolour<br />

Heather Newman Gallery label verso<br />

33 x 24cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 340<br />

Thomas Hearne (British,<br />

1744-1817)<br />

View in Moccas Park Woods<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

39 x 33cm<br />

Lot 341<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Thomas Hearne (British,<br />

1744-1817)<br />

Moccas Court, Herefordshire,<br />

a view of the house and the<br />

River Wye through trees<br />

watercolour<br />

35 x 50cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

341<br />

Lot 342<br />

Julius Caesar Ibbetson<br />

(British, 1759-1817)<br />

Figures on a path by a mill<br />

pen, ink and watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1798<br />

29 x 39cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 343<br />

David Roberts RA (British,<br />

1796-1864)<br />

‘The Pool of Bethesda,<br />

‘Tiberias’, ‘The Ravine’,<br />

‘Jerusalem from the Mount of<br />

Olives’, ‘Engedi’ and ‘Convent<br />

of the Terra Santa Nazareth’<br />

six hand coloured lithographs<br />

largest 39 x 53cm<br />

£500 - 600<br />

342<br />

343 to come


346<br />

Lot 344<br />

William Arthur Breakspeare (British, 1855-1914)<br />

Portrait of a 17th century gentleman<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1881<br />

60 x 50cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

344<br />

Lot 345<br />

John Frederick Lewis RA (British, 1804-1876)<br />

Italian children playing dice<br />

oil on mahogany panel<br />

signed<br />

42 x 58cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 346<br />

Charles-Louis Verboeckhoven (Dutch, 1802–1889)<br />

Shipping at sea<br />

oil on panel<br />

signed<br />

14.5 x 23.5cm<br />

Lot 347<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Attributed to Baron Hendrik Leys (Dutch, 1815-<br />

1869)<br />

A Cavalry Skirmish<br />

oil on canvas<br />

43 x 54.5cm<br />

Lot 348<br />

£6,000 - 8,000<br />

John Frank Swingler (British, 1850-1900)<br />

Still life of fruits, a gold vessel and a mandolin<br />

upon a table top<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ‘93<br />

136 x 95cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

348


347<br />

345


349<br />

Lot 349<br />

Thomas Sidney Cooper CVO RA<br />

(British, 1806-1902)<br />

‘A Rest by the Way’<br />

oil on wooden panel<br />

signed and dated 1828 and inscribed<br />

Bruxelles<br />

29 x 39cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

350<br />

Lot 350<br />

Hercules Brabazon Brabazon (1821-<br />

1906)<br />

‘Eastern Scene’<br />

watercolour<br />

12.5 x 20cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 351<br />

J. Ruiz (Spanish, 19thC)<br />

‘A Spanish Picnic’<br />

oil on mahogany panel<br />

signed and dated Seville 1881<br />

37 x 45cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

351


352<br />

353<br />

Lot 352<br />

Charles Edward Wilson (British,<br />

1854-1942)<br />

“Do you like butter?’’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

19 x 28cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 353<br />

Charles Edward Wilson (British,<br />

1854-1942)<br />

Girl and kitten at a cottage doorway<br />

watercolour<br />

signed lower right and dated 1891<br />

21 x 15cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

354<br />

Lot 354<br />

Berndt Adolf Lindholm (French/<br />

Swedish, 1841-1914)<br />

Harbour scene and River landscape<br />

pair of oils on canvas<br />

both signed and dated Saro 1887<br />

30 x 47cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

354


357<br />

355<br />

Lot 355<br />

Robert Dobson (British, fl.1860-1901)<br />

‘The Old Roman Road, Prenton, Golf<br />

Links’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1886<br />

52 x 80cm<br />

Lot 356<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Charles L. Saunders (British, c.1855-1915)<br />

‘Summertime on the Llugwy, North Wales’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

40 x 60cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 357<br />

Benjamin Williams Leader R.A. (British,<br />

1831-1928)<br />

‘Near Goring on Thames’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ‘04<br />

50 x 75cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

356


Lot 358<br />

Harry Floyd (American/<br />

British, 1871-1917)<br />

Riverside town with horses<br />

watering<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ‘87<br />

54 x 69cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

358<br />

Lot 359<br />

John Ruskin (British, 1819-<br />

1900)<br />

Ducal Palace, Venice<br />

watercolour<br />

monogrammed<br />

11.5 x 19.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

359<br />

Lot 360<br />

Edward Lear (British, 1812-<br />

1888)<br />

‘Young boys bathing, Pisa<br />

in the distance’<br />

watercolour and bodycolour<br />

monogrammed and dated 1861<br />

and 1863<br />

15 x 25cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

360


361<br />

363<br />

362<br />

364<br />

Lot 361<br />

Hercules Brabazon Brabazon (British, 1821-1906)<br />

Mountainous loch<br />

watercolour<br />

signed with initials<br />

24 x 33cm<br />

Lot 362<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Hercules Brabazon Brabazon (British, 1821-1906)<br />

View on the North African coast<br />

watercolour<br />

initialled in pencil, 13 x 21cm<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 363<br />

Jules Salles-Wagner (French, 1814-1898)<br />

‘Far away thoughts’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

100 x 78cm<br />

Lot 364<br />

£5,000 - 8,000<br />

Frederick John Widgery (British, 1861-1942)<br />

‘Town Beach, Newquay’ and ‘Cornish beach scene’<br />

pair of gouaches on paper<br />

signed and titled, 59 x 90cm<br />

£600 - 800


Lot 365<br />

Albert Goodwin RWS (British, 1845–<br />

1932)<br />

‘Galley Hill, The Vanishing Coastline,<br />

Bexhill’<br />

ink and watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1924<br />

27 x 37cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

365<br />

Lot 366<br />

Albert Goodwin RWS (British, 1845-<br />

1932)<br />

‘Beachy Head - Driving sheep on the<br />

cliffs’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated ‘82<br />

24 x 34cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

366<br />

Lot 367<br />

Albert Goodwin RWS (British, 1845–<br />

1932)<br />

‘Evening Glow’<br />

oil on card<br />

signed and dated ‘94<br />

35 x 51.5cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

367


Lot 368<br />

Albert Goodwin RWS (British, 1845–<br />

1932)<br />

Eton College<br />

watercolour and bodycolour with pen and ink<br />

signed and dated 1916<br />

25 x 36cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

368<br />

Lot 369<br />

Albert Goodwin RWS (British, 1845–<br />

1932)<br />

‘Portsmouth Harbour - Night’<br />

watercolour on grey paper<br />

monogrammed<br />

18 x 26.5cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

369<br />

Lot 370<br />

Aleksei Vasilievich Von Hanzen<br />

(Russian, 1876- 1937)<br />

Open seascape<br />

oil on canvas board<br />

signed and dated 1900<br />

32 x 47cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

370


371<br />

Lot 371<br />

Jean-François Raffaëlli (French, 1850-<br />

1924)<br />

‘Le Boulevard des Italiens’<br />

colour etching, drypoint and aquatint<br />

signed in pencil and blindstamped<br />

45 x 56cm<br />

373<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 372<br />

George Denholm Miles (1864–1949)<br />

Racehorses taking a jump<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

56 x 75cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

372<br />

Lot 373<br />

Nils Christiansen (Danish, 1850-1922)<br />

‘East...thorpe 185 ...’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

inscribed<br />

90 x 70cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 374<br />

William Arnold Woodhouse (British,<br />

1857–1939)<br />

After the Shoot<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

49 x 60cm<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

374


Lot 375<br />

George Hyde Pownall (English/<br />

Australian, 1876-1932)<br />

Hyde Park Corner<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

14 x 22.5cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

375<br />

Lot 376<br />

Sergei Eisenstein (Russian, 1898-<br />

1948)<br />

Design for Vsevolod Meyerhold’s<br />

1921 production of George Bernard<br />

Shaw’s ‘Heartbreak House’<br />

ink and watercolour<br />

signed and dated Moscow 1922<br />

31.5 x 42.5cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

376<br />

Lot 377<br />

Attributed to Zinaida Evgen’evna<br />

Serebrjakova (Russian, 1884-1967)<br />

Reclining female nude<br />

pastel on buff paper<br />

dated Paris 1927<br />

44 x 60cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

377


381<br />

379<br />

Lot 378<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint RA PRWS (British,<br />

1880-1969)<br />

‘Abandoned Chateau’<br />

pencil and charcoal<br />

signed and titled<br />

23.5 x 34.5cm<br />

Lot 379<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint RA PRWS (British,<br />

1880-1969)<br />

Study of a young lady carrying water<br />

pencil<br />

signed<br />

29 x 16.5cm<br />

£300 - 400<br />

£300 - 500<br />

380<br />

Lot 380<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint RA PRWS (British,<br />

1880-1969)<br />

Study of Commander of H.J.B. Moore RN<br />

conté crayon<br />

signed and dated 13.3.41<br />

22.5 x 29cm<br />

Lot 381<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint RA PRWS (British,<br />

1880-1969)<br />

‘Early <strong>Spring</strong> in The Guadarrama’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

36.5 x 54cm<br />

378<br />

£500 - 700<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


383<br />

382<br />

Lot 382<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint RA PRWS (British,<br />

1880-1969)<br />

‘Heather’<br />

red chalk on pink paper<br />

signed, 21 x 14cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 383<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint RA PRWS (British,<br />

1880-1969)<br />

Study of a seated woman<br />

conté crayon<br />

inscribed ‘For Anne on her wedding with love and good wish<br />

from Sibylle and W. Russell Flint’<br />

25 x 17.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

384<br />

Lot 384<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint RA PRWS (British,<br />

1880-1969)<br />

‘Moira Shearer as Cinderella, drawn from life<br />

February 17 1950’<br />

red chalk on pink paper<br />

signed and dated 17 2 50, 23 x 20.5cm<br />

£400 - 600


385<br />

386<br />

Lot 385<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint RA PRWS (British,<br />

1880-1969)<br />

‘From a window in Tenby’ (An Essay in Simplicity)<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

18 x 24.5cm<br />

£1,200 - 1,800<br />

Lot 386<br />

§ Sir William Russell Flint RA PRWS (British,<br />

1880-1969)<br />

‘No.1 Ship, Davenport Dockyard, February, 1941’<br />

watercolour<br />

signed<br />

36 x 52cm<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


387<br />

389<br />

Lot 387<br />

§ Dame Laura Knight (British, 1877-<br />

1970)<br />

Kentish landscape<br />

pencil and charcoal preparatory study<br />

signed, with additional artist’s annotations<br />

43 x 54.5cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

388<br />

Lot 388<br />

§ Gwendolin Raverat RE (British,<br />

1885-1957)<br />

‘Europa and the bull’<br />

pencil and oil on paper<br />

Abbott & Holder label verso<br />

44.5 x 70cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 389<br />

Edgar Holloway (British, 1915-2008)<br />

‘The Afghan Hat’<br />

drypoint etching<br />

signed in pencil and numbered 36/40, with<br />

presentation ‘For my friend Hans Behrens’<br />

28.5 x 19cm, sheet 38 x 28.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

390<br />

Lot 390<br />

§ Norman Wilkinson (British, 1878-<br />

1971)<br />

Angler beside a river<br />

oil on canvas, signed, 34 x 49cm<br />

£500 - 800


391<br />

Lot 391<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (British,<br />

1906-1993)<br />

‘Wine shop near Flower Market in<br />

Cannes, French Riviera’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and titled verso<br />

34 x 70cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 392<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (British,<br />

1906-1993)<br />

‘Place du Tertre, Paris’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

44 x 64cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

392<br />

Lot 393<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (British,<br />

1906-1993)<br />

‘St Paul’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and inscribed title verso by the artist<br />

43 x 63.5cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

393


394<br />

Lot 394<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (British,<br />

1906-1993)<br />

‘Near Flower Market in Cannes, South<br />

of France’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

35 x 70cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

395<br />

Lot 395<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (British,<br />

1906-1993)<br />

Dawn Fishermen at Cassis, French<br />

Riviera<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and inscribed verso<br />

24 x 35cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 396<br />

§ Cecil Rochfort D’Oyly John (British,<br />

1906-1993)<br />

Mediterranean harbour scene<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

24 x 35cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

396


Lot 397<br />

Cyrus Cincinato Cuneo (British,<br />

1879-1916)<br />

Portrait of the artist’s wife,<br />

mother of Terence Cuneo<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

60 x 47cm<br />

Lot 398<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

§ Charles Maresco Pearce (1874-<br />

1964)<br />

The Public Garden<br />

oil on board<br />

signed and dated ‘37<br />

91 x 60cm<br />

Lot 399<br />

§ William Heaton Cooper<br />

(British, 1903-1995)<br />

Sunset in the Lake District<br />

watercolour<br />

signed, 37 x 55cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

£500 - 700<br />

398<br />

397<br />

399


400<br />

401<br />

Lot 400<br />

§ Maurice Canning Wilkes (Irish, 1910-1984)<br />

Portrait of Archibald Forrest<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

55 x 45cm<br />

Lot 401<br />

Edith Mary Urquhart (Scottish, 1874-1945)<br />

Portrait of a young lady holding a parasol<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

61 x 54cm<br />

Lot 402<br />

Margaret Fisher Prout (British, 1873-1963)<br />

‘Thought Weaving’<br />

oil on board<br />

76 x 62.5cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

£400 - 600<br />

£500 - 800<br />

402


Lot 403<br />

§ Kenneth Reed (Contemporary<br />

British)<br />

‘The Balcony, R & A Clubhouse, St<br />

Andrews’<br />

ink and watercolour<br />

signed and dated 1999, 35 x 50cm, together with<br />

two portfolios of limited edition prints by the<br />

artist, <strong>Fine</strong> Art Collection and R & A Members<br />

Edition<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

403<br />

Lot 404<br />

§ Rowland Hilder (1905-1993)<br />

Barges on a canal<br />

oil on board<br />

50.5 x 60.5cm<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

404<br />

Lot 405<br />

§ John Strevens (British, 1902-1990)<br />

‘Corps de Ballet’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

64 x 76cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

405


406<br />

408<br />

409<br />

407<br />

Lot 406<br />

Daphne Charlton née Gribble,<br />

(British, 1909–1991)<br />

Portrait of Francis Davie<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1951<br />

61 x 51cm<br />

Lot 407<br />

£500 - 800<br />

§ Dennis Henry Osborne HRUA (1919-<br />

2016)<br />

Street scene, County Downe<br />

oil on board<br />

signed<br />

45 x 55cm<br />

Lot 408<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Harold Frederick (Raokin) Weaver<br />

Hawkins (Australian, 1893-1977)<br />

No.1 Surrey Canal or Canal Bridge<br />

Old Kent Road<br />

oil on canvas<br />

monogrammed and dated ‘24<br />

49 x 60cm<br />

Lot 409<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Marinus Johannes de Jongere (Dutch,<br />

1912-1978)<br />

oil on canvas<br />

Shipping in Rotterdam harbour<br />

signed<br />

60 x 90cm<br />

£600 - 800


410<br />

411<br />

Lot 410<br />

§ Jacob Bornfriend (Czech, 1904-1975)<br />

oil on canvas<br />

Entrance to the Garden<br />

signed and dated ‘69 verso<br />

121 x 92cm<br />

Lot 411<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

§ Jo Jones (British, 1894-1989)<br />

Mother and children beneath banana plants<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

181 x 146cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 412<br />

§ André Vignoles (French, 1920-2017)<br />

Table top still life with basket of cherries and<br />

other fruit<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ‘59<br />

53 x 64cm<br />

£600 - 800<br />

412


Lot 413<br />

§ Bryan Senior (British, b.1935)<br />

‘Grey day, Bone Hill, Dartmoor, 1973’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated ‘73<br />

55 x 75cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

413<br />

Lot 414<br />

§ Polykleitos Rengos (Greek, 1903-<br />

1984)<br />

‘Ullapool, Scotland’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed and dated 1982, 60 x 81cm, together<br />

with a print of the artist’s wife, dedicated by<br />

Rengos to a Mr Hamilton and signed by the<br />

artist<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

414<br />

Lot 415<br />

§ Frank Wootton (British, 1914-1988)<br />

‘Sunshine after rain, High Roven from<br />

Lullington Hill’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

56.5 x 74.5cm<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

415


Lot 416<br />

Cressida Campbell (Australian, 1960-)<br />

Jacaranda in full blossom<br />

watercolour on incised marine ply<br />

signed lower right, created in 2003<br />

80 x 66cm<br />

Cressida Campbell was born in Sydney, Australia in 1960, and has since become one of the country’s most successful artists.<br />

While studying at what is now the National Art School, Cressida developed her idea to combine printing and painting, but she<br />

wouldn’t fully embrace this technique until several years later. Her work plays with colours and shapes through the portrayal of<br />

domestic life and tranquil landscapes. Her still life subjects often incorporate plants, furniture, and everyday decor.<br />

Cressida’s process involves engraving a woodblock, and then painting it with layers of watercolour, resulting in both an engraving<br />

and a mirror-image print.<br />

£120,000 - 160,000


419<br />

417<br />

Lot 417<br />

K.C. Benson (Contemporary American)<br />

Colorado river landscape with fir trees<br />

watercolour<br />

signed and dated 2000, 94 x 122cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 418<br />

418<br />

Claire Fearon (Contemporary British)<br />

Untitled<br />

acrylic on canvas<br />

signed and dated Nov ‘05 verso, 92 x 92cm<br />

£500 - 800


421<br />

Lot 419<br />

§ Patrick Procktor (British, 1936-<br />

2003)<br />

‘Hove 2000’<br />

oil and black crayon on canvas<br />

Exhibited Royal Academy Summer<br />

Exhibition 2000 and Redfern Gallery 1998<br />

61 x 76cm<br />

Lot 420<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

§ Genevieve Dael (French, b.1947)<br />

‘Que le Jour Finisse’<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed verso and numbered 211, Francis<br />

Kyle Gallery labels, 55 x 33cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 421<br />

§ Robert Lenkiewicz (British,<br />

1941-2002)<br />

King Ryder - Project 1 Vagrancy<br />

oil on fabric<br />

extensively inscribed verso including the<br />

line ‘No more cider for old Les Ryder’<br />

174 x 142cm<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

420


422<br />

424<br />

Lot 422<br />

§ Michael Quirke (British, b.1946)<br />

‘Evening Eros’<br />

oil on board<br />

initialled<br />

120 x 129cm<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 423<br />

Geoffrey Key (British, b.1941)<br />

‘Wounded gardener’<br />

crayon and watercolour<br />

signed and dated ‘76<br />

51 x 69cm<br />

£600 - 900<br />

423<br />

Lot 424<br />

§ Henry Moore O.M., C.H. (British, 1898-<br />

1986)<br />

Architecture (c.169), from the Album<br />

Homage to Rothko<br />

soft ground etching and dry point, 1971,<br />

signed in pencil and dated ‘73, numbered 7/75<br />

15 x 15cm, visible sheet 23 x 23cm<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 425<br />

§ Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988)<br />

‘Self portrait’<br />

etching and aquatint<br />

signed in pencil, 23/100<br />

48 x 35cm<br />

£400 - 600


426<br />

425<br />

Lot 426<br />

§ John Miller (British, 1931-2002)<br />

‘Sunrise’<br />

gouache<br />

signed on the mount<br />

30 x 25cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 427<br />

§ Magnus Gjoen (British b. 1979)<br />

‘The Darkness’<br />

archival pigment inks print on 308 GSM Cotton Rag paper<br />

signed in pencil and dated 2019, 41/50<br />

46 x 99cm<br />

427<br />

£800 - 1,200


Lot 428<br />

§ Philip Dunn (British, b.1945)<br />

Bathers<br />

oil on canvas<br />

signed<br />

60 x 70cm<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 429<br />

§ Philip Dunn (British, b.1945)<br />

‘End of the season’<br />

acrylic on canvas<br />

signed<br />

75 x 100cm<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

428<br />

429<br />

431<br />

430<br />

Lot 430<br />

§ Ray Richardson (British, b.1964)<br />

‘English Rose’<br />

screenprint<br />

signed and dated ‘02 and initialled AP 1X/X<br />

25 x 126cm, sheet overall 46 x 147cm<br />

£500 - 700<br />

Lot 431<br />

§ Ray Richardson (British, b.1964)<br />

‘Doing the Offs’<br />

oil on board<br />

signed verso and dated 1995<br />

14 x 14cm<br />

£500 - 700


SILVER & VERTU<br />

At approx. 2.30pm.<br />

432 - 453<br />

432


432<br />

434<br />

433<br />

436<br />

440<br />

439<br />

437<br />

438


Lot 432<br />

An unusual early Victorian silver rectangular snuff<br />

box, commemorating Grace Darling, engraved with a<br />

panel depicting the heroine in a lifeboat rescuing sailors from<br />

a sinking ship, within deeply chased scrolling foliate borders,<br />

the base with engine turned decoration, maker, Nathaniel<br />

Mills, Birmingham, 1838, 67mm, 85 grams, sold with a copy of<br />

‘Grace Darling; or, The Heroine of The Fern Islands’ by G.W.M.<br />

Reynolds, London 1839.<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

Grace Darling, who as a young lady of just 23 years old<br />

assisted her father in saving the lives of nine people during<br />

the wreck of the S.S. Forfarshire on Big Harcar Rock, close<br />

to the Farne Islands off the coast of Northumberland on 7<br />

September 1838. Rowing out together in a simple coble boat,<br />

the pair fought through the roughest seas, assisting numerous<br />

stricken passengers, and returning them to safety at Longstone.<br />

Such was her fame at the time, Queen Victoria herself, still<br />

then a young lady, sent Grace Darling a personal gift of £50<br />

in admiration of her heroic conduct at sea, and The Times<br />

newspaper of 19 September 1838, made the statement that<br />

her actions formed an instance of heroism on the part of a<br />

female unequalled perhaps, and certainly not surpassed, by any<br />

on record.<br />

Lot 433<br />

A large George III silver tankard, by George Smith<br />

II and Thomas Hayter, with later? engraved monogram,<br />

domed cover, pierced thumbpiece and banded girdle, London,<br />

1791, height 21.1cm, 32.6oz.<br />

Lot 434<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A near pair of George III silver sauceboats, with<br />

gadrooned borders, engraved crest and flying scroll handles, on<br />

three hoof feet, William Skeen, London, 1763 and maker’s mark<br />

rubbed, London, 1775, length 17.6cm, 23.3oz.<br />

Lot 435<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A George III silver presentation two handled<br />

vase shaped pedestal cup and cover by Richard<br />

Gardner, with pineapple finial, engraved initials and<br />

inscription and embossed with swags and foliate decoration,<br />

London, 1773, height 26.3cm, 46.1oz (repair).<br />

Lot 436<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A George III silver baluster mug, later embossed<br />

with continuous hare coursing scene, John<br />

Scofield, London, 1775, height 13.2cm, 13.4oz.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 437<br />

A George II silver baluster mug, later embossed<br />

with continuous hunting scene, Richard Gosling,<br />

London, 1737, height 12cm, 10.6oz.<br />

Lot 438<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A late 19th century Chinese Export silver circular<br />

bowl, by Chong Woo, Hong Kong, applied with panels<br />

of birds amongst foliage, including chrysanthemums, heron and<br />

reeds, etc. on circular foot, diameter 17.5cm, 12.4oz.<br />

Lot 439<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A late Victorian silver centrepiece, with frosted<br />

glass trumpet shaped insert, by Cornelius Joshua<br />

Vander, of rustic fruiting vine form, on circular ‘rocky’ base,<br />

London, 1888, overall height 40.5cm, base weighs 19.1oz.<br />

Lot 440<br />

435<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A Victorian novelty silver and enamel vesta case,<br />

modelled as a fishing creel, by George Wilkinson?, the<br />

hinged cover enamelled with a fish upon the riverbank, Rd. no.<br />

141925, London, 1889, width 45mm, gross weight 18 grams.<br />

£1,200 - 1,800


442<br />

444<br />

441<br />

445<br />

446<br />

443


447<br />

Lot 441<br />

A good Edwardian silver tall chalice cup and cover,<br />

by Garrard & Co (Sebastian Garrard), the collar<br />

decorated with continuous chariot scene, the cover with<br />

caryatid finial, London, 1902, height 60.5cm, 91.9oz.<br />

Lot 442<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An Edwardian Art Nouveau silver tri-handled<br />

pedestal fruit bowl, by Joseph Rodgers & Sons, with<br />

stylised handles, Sheffield, 1908, height 27.5cm, 46oz.<br />

Lot 443<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An early 20th century French 950 standard silver<br />

two handled vase shaped wine cooler, by Teytard<br />

Freres, with removeable iner, height 35.4cm, gross 69.9oz.<br />

Lot 444<br />

£1,200 - 1,600<br />

An Edwardian silver two handled oval tea tray, by<br />

Mappin & Webb, with scrollwork handles, beaded border<br />

and presentation inscription to Cuthbert Dixon July 1914,<br />

Sheffield, 1905, 72cm, 108oz.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 445<br />

A George V silver and green guilloche enamelled<br />

travelling timepiece, retailed by Asprey, in original<br />

case, with Roman dial, import marks for Charles William<br />

Guignard, London, 1913, (enamel chipped), height 64mm.<br />

Lot 446<br />

£400 - 500<br />

A George V Omar Ramsden planished silver<br />

pedestal bowl, with knopped stem, on circular foot, with<br />

rope twist border, London, 1926, diameter 16cm, height<br />

10.5cm, 10.6oz.<br />

Lot 447<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A George V Arts & Crafts planished silver octuple<br />

handled pedestal punch bowl, by Albert Edward<br />

Jones, with later engraved inscription dated 1919, the<br />

shoulder with stud work and handles with stylised terminals,<br />

Chester, 1912, height 24.5cm, diameter 35.9cm over handles,<br />

68.1oz.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


451<br />

448<br />

449<br />

450<br />

452<br />

Lot 448<br />

An Elizabeth II canteen of silver fiddle, thread<br />

and shell pattern cutlery for eight, by Cooper<br />

Brothers & Sons, comprising eighty seven items, Sheffield,<br />

1976, weighable silver 132.3oz, housed in a wooden canteen.<br />

£2,500 - 3,000<br />

Lot 449<br />

An Elizabeth II cast silver hand bell, by Garrard &<br />

Co. with figural finial and domed base decorated with insects,<br />

lizards, masks and scrolls, London, 1978, 12cm, 9.9oz.<br />

Lot 450<br />

£250 - 350<br />

An Elizabeth II engine turned silver rectangular<br />

cigar box, by S.J. Rose & Son, the lid interior with later<br />

engraved inscription, London, 1981, 18.3cm.<br />

Lot 451<br />

£450 - 550<br />

A modern pair of French parcel gilt 925 silver<br />

cylindrical flower holders, by Tabbah, Paris, on<br />

flared fluted bases, with removable bases for water storage,<br />

height 28.4cm, 23.7oz, with original boxes.<br />

£400 - 600<br />

Lot 452<br />

An Elizabeth II silver triform fruit bowl, by<br />

Graham Watling, with part planished decoration, on<br />

textured wavy supports, London 1984, diameter at widest<br />

point, 37.8cm, 30.5oz.<br />

Lot 453<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A pair of Elizabeth II silver wine coasters, by<br />

Graham Watling, with textured borders, London, 1986,<br />

diameter 12cm.<br />

453<br />

£300 - 400


WATCHES, JEWELLERY,<br />

COINS & MEDALS<br />

At approx. 2.45pm<br />

454-551<br />

461


454<br />

455<br />

456<br />

458<br />

457<br />

459<br />

460<br />

Lot 454<br />

An Edwardian 18ct gold open face keywind pocket<br />

watch, by Joyce & Co, Whitchurch, with Roman<br />

dial and subsidiary seconds, the signed three quarter plate<br />

movement numbered 189028, case diameter 50mm, gross<br />

weight 92.7 grams, with watch key.<br />

Lot 455<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A lady’s 2000 18k gold Cartier Tank Francaise<br />

square dial quartz dress wrist watch, with round<br />

brilliant cut diamond set case, with Roman dial and<br />

diamond set winding crown, on leather strap with 18k gold<br />

Cartier deployment clasp, the case back numbered 340513MG<br />

2385, case diameter 20mm, gross weight 35.1 grams, with<br />

Cartier box and booklets.<br />

Lot 456<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

A gentleman’s 1930’s 9ct gold Rolex manual wind<br />

wrist watch, with Arabic dial and subsidiary seconds, the<br />

case back numbered 39409 2941, on later associated leather<br />

strap, case diameter 30mm, gross weight 29.4 grams, import<br />

marks for Glasgow, 1937.<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

Lot 457<br />

A 1980’s mid-size stainless steel Rolex Oysterdate<br />

Precision manual wind wrist watch, on a stainless<br />

steel Rolex bracelet, model no. 6466, serial no. 5818355,<br />

with original box and guarantee and later service receipt dated<br />

1994, cased diameter 31mm.<br />

Lot 458<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A gentleman’s stainless steel Zenith Elite Port<br />

Royal V automatic rectangular dial wrist watch,<br />

with Arabic dial, subsidiary seconds and date aperture, on<br />

Zenith leather strap, with stainless steel Zenith clasp, case<br />

diameter 32mm, no box or papers.<br />

Lot 459<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A lady’s early 1980’s 18ct gold Rolex Oyster<br />

Perpetual Datejust wrist watch, on 18ct gold<br />

Rolex bracelet, with yellow dial and baton numerals, model<br />

number 6917, serial number 5896904, case diameter 26mm,<br />

gross weight 51.7 grams. no box or papers.<br />

Lot 460<br />

£2,500 - 3,000<br />

A gentleman’s stainless steel Omega Seamaster<br />

Professional ‘The First Watch Worn On The<br />

Moon’, manual wind wrist watch, with black face and<br />

three subsidiary dials, on stainless steel Omega bracelet, with<br />

box, no paperwork.<br />

£1,500 - 2,000


Lot 461<br />

A magnificent group of Afghanistan,<br />

Indian General Service, Boer War, and<br />

Great War of eleven medals, awarded<br />

to General Sir John Eccles Nixon,<br />

GCMG KCB, who was the General<br />

responsible for the disastrous first<br />

British Expedition against Baghdad,<br />

in Mesopotamia, consisting:- The Most<br />

Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George,<br />

GCMG., Knight Grand Cross set of insignia, collar<br />

chain, of early 20th Century manufacture, silvergilt<br />

and enamel, the links alternatively composed<br />

of winged lions royally crowned, Maltese crosses<br />

enamelled in white, and the cyphers SM and SG,<br />

having in the centre of the collar an imperial<br />

crown over two uncrowned winged lions of St<br />

Mark, passant gardant, each holding in his fore paw<br />

a book and seven arrows, with two similar lions,<br />

but un-crowned, at the opposite end of the chain,<br />

extremely fine. 465 grams. gross.<br />

Sash badge, a silver-gilt seven pointed star with V<br />

shaped extremities, enamelled white and edged<br />

with gold, surmounted by an imperial crown.<br />

A silver star of seven groups of rays, with a gold<br />

ray between each group, surmounted overall<br />

by the cross of St George in red enamel. In<br />

the centre is a representation of St Michael<br />

encountering Satan within a blue circular riband<br />

bearing the motto: AUSPICIUM MELIORIS AEVI<br />

( a token of a better age).<br />

The Most Honourable Order of the Bath K.C.B<br />

Knight Commander’s set of insignia, comprising<br />

neck badge, silver gilt and enamels, and breast<br />

star, silver with gold and enamel appliqué centre,<br />

reverse fitted with gold pin for wearing.<br />

Court mounted in pre 1918 style: Delhi Durbar<br />

1903, Coronation 1911, Afghanistan 1878-80,<br />

(engraved Lt JE Nixon 18th Bengal Cavalry), India<br />

General Service 1895-1902 clasps Relief of Chitral<br />

1895, Punjab Frontier 1897-98, (named) Queens<br />

South Africa 1899-1902 clasps, Orange Free State,<br />

Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902,<br />

(named) 1914 Star, British War and Victory medals<br />

(named and loose in box of issue), Victorian<br />

Jubilee medal. Together with The ‘Madras’’ photo<br />

album, of black and white photographs, relating<br />

General Sir John Eccles Nixon and Lady Nixon,<br />

for the year 1905, when Sir John was Commander<br />

of the Bangalore Brigade, including views of the<br />

ceremony of the Delhi Durbar (Court of Delhi),<br />

military camps and operations of Cavalry Division<br />

A Force, family recreational pursuits, a group and<br />

portrait image of Major General MacArthur, U.S,A;<br />

etc., (69 images) and a fragment of a Boer War<br />

Mauser rifle bullet.<br />

£12,000 - 16,000<br />

For a lot essay on this important group of<br />

medals by Simon Muggleton, please see the<br />

online description<br />

Lot 462<br />

462<br />

A Great War MC group of three to Capt. J. Scott,<br />

comprising MC, BWM and Victory medal together with<br />

miniatures<br />

461<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


Lot 463<br />

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

chalcedony cameo set oval brooch, carved with the<br />

bust of a lady to sinister, 49mm, gross weight 39.1 grams, in<br />

fitted gilt tooled leather box.<br />

Lot 464<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A Victorian gold and rose cut diamond set oval<br />

pendant locket, the front panel with central star motif,<br />

overall 61mm, gross weight 27.8 grams.<br />

Lot 465<br />

£700 - 900<br />

An 18ct white gold, platinum and solitaire<br />

diamond set ring, size M, gross weight 3.3 grams, the stone<br />

weighing approximately 1.00ct.<br />

Lot 466<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A pair of gold and rose cut diamond cluster set<br />

target drop earrings, overall 34mm, diameter 14mm,<br />

gross weight 8.3 grams.<br />

Lot 467<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A mid to late 20th century continental quadruple<br />

strand cultured pearl necklace, with white gold<br />

and diamond cluster set flower head clasp, 48cm,<br />

gross weight 163.9 grams, larger pearl diameter 8.4mm, smaller<br />

7.2mm.<br />

Lot 468<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An early to mid 20th century 18ct gold, single<br />

stone oval cut ruby, two stone pink sapphire and<br />

four stone round cut diamond set half hoop ring,<br />

with carved setting, size P, gross weight 6.6 grams.<br />

Lot 469<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 1970’s 18ct gold, aquamarine and diamond set<br />

oval cluster ring, by Crop & Farr, set with three oval<br />

cut aquamarines and twelve round brilliant cut diamonds, size<br />

M, gross weight 4.7 grams.<br />

£300 - 400<br />

Lot 470<br />

An early to mid 20th century, platinum, octagonal<br />

cut emerald and round cut diamond set circular<br />

cluster ring, size J, gross weight 3 grams.<br />

Lot 471<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A 1920’s white gold, sapphire, cultured pearl<br />

and rose cut diamond set shamrock bar brooch,<br />

numbered 2436, 46mm, gross weight 4.4 grams.<br />

Lot 472<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A pair of 18k white gold, blue zircon and diamond<br />

set circular cluster ear studs, diameter 8mm, gross<br />

weight 4.1 grams.<br />

Lot 473<br />

£300 - 500<br />

An 18ct white gold and nine stone diamond<br />

cluster set marquise shaped diamond ring, with a<br />

raised cage setting, the total diamond weight approximately<br />

estimated as 2.00ct-2.20ct, size N, gross weight 4.6 grams.<br />

Lot 474<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A late Victorian gold, sapphire, baroque pearl and<br />

rose cut diamond set bug brooch, 23mm, gross weight<br />

4.2 grams.<br />

Lot 475<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A Victorian oval gold and enamel pendant/brooch,<br />

painted with a cherub offering cherries to a dove,<br />

within a black and split pearl outer border, 51mm,<br />

gross weight 16.4 grams.<br />

Lot 476<br />

£700 - 1,000<br />

A Victorian oval gold, silver and cloisonné<br />

enamelled locket pendant, worked with a heron<br />

beneath wisteria, within a border mounted<br />

with pearls and foil backed garnets, the reverse<br />

inscribed and dated 1886, 68mm, gross weight 25.3<br />

grams.<br />

£400 - 600


468<br />

463<br />

466<br />

471<br />

465<br />

464<br />

472<br />

476<br />

469<br />

474<br />

470<br />

475<br />

473 460<br />

467


Lot 477<br />

A 1920’s/1930’s white gold, jadeite and diamond<br />

set oval dress ring, the foliate carved jadeite, bordered by<br />

millegrain set round cut diamonds, size N/O, gross weight 5.8<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 478<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An early to mid 20th century white and yellow<br />

gold, six stone diamond set drop pendant, on a<br />

white gold chain, the clasp stamped 9k, the pendant<br />

set with pear cut diamond weighing approximately 1.50ct, with<br />

an estimated colour and clarity of L/M and VS1/VS2, pendant<br />

28mm, chain, 40cm, gross weight 4.9 grams.<br />

Lot 479<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

An Art Deco white gold, jadeite and diamond<br />

set bar brooch, the jadeite with carved foliate decoration,<br />

the sides and pierced terminals with millegrain set round cut<br />

diamonds, 52mm, gross weight 7 grams.<br />

Lot 480<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A modern textured gold, diamond and Tahitian<br />

pearl set drop pendant, on an 18ct gold snake<br />

link chain, in Asprey & Garrard box and a pair of<br />

18ct gold and Tahitian pearl earrings, in Asprey<br />

& Garrard box, pendant overall 29mm, chain 50cm, gross<br />

weight 18.3 grams.<br />

Lot 481<br />

£500 - 800<br />

A Belle Epoque platinum, oval cabochon emerald,<br />

round cut ruby and millegrain set diamond cluster<br />

drop pendant necklace, the emerald carved with a<br />

flower head?, the setting verso with engraved and millegrain<br />

decoration, pendant 45mm, chain 38cm, gross weight 9.7 grams.<br />

Lot 482<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A 1920’s white gold, sapphire and diamond set<br />

triple line bracelet, with engraved setting and two rows of<br />

millegrain set round cut diamond and single row of shaped cut<br />

sapphires, 17.3cm, gross weight 23.9 grams.<br />

Lot 483<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An early to mid 20th century 18ct gold, cabochon<br />

star sapphire and rose cut diamond set oval<br />

cluster ring, the greyish blue sapphire measuring<br />

approximately 13.2mm by 12.5mm with a depth of 8.3mm, size<br />

P/Q, gross weight 7.1 grams.<br />

£500 - 800<br />

Lot 484<br />

A George VI engine turned 9ct gold rectangular<br />

cigarette case, makers, B&S with engraved interior<br />

personal inscription with signatures, Birmingham, 1947, 12.7cm,<br />

gross weight 188.4 grams.<br />

Lot 485<br />

£2,800 - 3,200<br />

A modern 18k gold emerald and diamond set<br />

suite of jewellery, comprising an oval cluster ring, set with<br />

emerald cut centre stone and bordered with marquise and<br />

round cut diamonds, size M and a pair of matching earrings,<br />

13mm, gross weight 9 grams.<br />

Lot 486<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An 18ct white and yellow gold, emerald and<br />

diamond set shaped rectangular cluster pendant,<br />

on a 9ct white gold chain, pendant overall 19mm, chain<br />

40cm, gross weight 6.4 grams.<br />

Lot 487<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An early 20th century Belle Epoque, gold and<br />

platinum, pearl and millegrain set round and rose<br />

cut diamond navette shaped bar brooch, 67mm,<br />

gross weight 7.9 grams.<br />

Lot 488<br />

£300 - 400<br />

An early to mid 20th century gold and platinum,<br />

pearl and round cut millegrain set diamond<br />

cluster oval brooch, 49mm, gross weight 7.2 grams.<br />

Lot 489<br />

£300 - 400<br />

An early 20th century 18ct gold, three stone<br />

diamond and two stone emerald set half hoop<br />

ring, with carved setting and diamond chip spacers (one<br />

missing), the central diamond weighing approximately 0.60ct,<br />

size O, gross weight 3.1 grams.<br />

Lot 490<br />

£500 - 700<br />

An early 20th century 18ct gold, three stone oval<br />

cut sapphire and four stone diamond spacer set<br />

half hoop ring, size O, gross weight 4.3 grams.<br />

Lot 491<br />

£300 - 400<br />

An 18ct gold, platinum and diamond cluster set<br />

coronet ring, set with marquise and round cut stones, size<br />

M, gross weight 5.7 grams.<br />

£400 - 600


482<br />

477<br />

481<br />

479<br />

489<br />

478<br />

491<br />

484<br />

486<br />

480 488<br />

487<br />

490<br />

485<br />

483


506<br />

Lot 492<br />

An early 19th century gold guard<br />

chain, with embossed and facetted<br />

circular links and tapering hexagonal clasp,<br />

148cm, 32.5 grams.<br />

Lot 493<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A mid to late 20th century<br />

continental quintuple strand<br />

cultured pearl bracelet, with<br />

white gold and diamond cluster<br />

set scroll clasp and diamond set<br />

line spacers, 19cm, gross weight 82.9<br />

grams, pearl diameter 6.7mm, largest<br />

diamond diameter approx. 5.5mm.<br />

Lot 494<br />

£800 - 1,000<br />

A Victorian gold, silver and<br />

graduated diamond cluster set<br />

target drop pendant brooch,<br />

retailed by Carlo & Arthur<br />

Giuliano, set with old round and rose<br />

cut diamonds, the central stone weighing<br />

approximately 0.65-0.70ct, with detachable<br />

attachments enabling to be worn as a<br />

brooch or pendant, overall length 87mm,<br />

gross weight 23 grams, in fitted C & A<br />

Giuliano gilt tooled leather box.<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

Lot 495<br />

A gold and diamond set hinged<br />

bangle with central buckle<br />

motif, interior diameter 58mm, gross<br />

weight 17.2 grams.<br />

Lot 496<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A 20th century Middle Eastern<br />

high carat gold canetile work<br />

bead and lapis lazuli bead<br />

set necklace and matching<br />

bracelet, necklace 40cm, bracelet<br />

17.75cm, gross weight 57 grams.<br />

Lot 497<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A Victorian gold, pearl,<br />

black enamel, and sardonyx<br />

hardstone cameo set drop<br />

pendant, the cameo carved with<br />

a bust to sinister, the central motif is<br />

detached from the pendant (missing<br />

an attachment??), overall 57mm, gross<br />

weight 13.5 grams, in fitted gilt tooled<br />

leather box.<br />

Lot 498<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A 15ct? gold oval link charm<br />

bracelet, hung with seventeen<br />

assorted mainly 9ct charms,<br />

including horse, book, shoe, carriage,<br />

key, heart locket, two chalcedony set<br />

fob seals and a half sovereign, gross<br />

weight 87.7 grams.<br />

Lot 499<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

An 18ct white gold and<br />

diamond set hexagonal cluster<br />

ring, set with nineteen round brilliant<br />

cut stones, size O, gross weight 8.2<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 500<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A 15ct gold mounted pear<br />

shaped baroque pearl and<br />

diamond set pendant, on an<br />

associated Italian 9k gold chain,<br />

pendant stamped verso ‘J.A. Senn 15ct’,<br />

overall 37mm, chain, 38cm, gross weight<br />

9.2 grams.<br />

£300 - 500<br />

Lot 501<br />

An Edwardian 15ct gold, citrine,<br />

turquoise and diamond set triple<br />

cluster set curblink bracelet,<br />

the triple cluster detaches and can be<br />

worn with accompanying attachment as<br />

a brooch, bracelet approximately 17cm,<br />

gross weight 26.2 grams.<br />

Lot 502<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An early to mid 20th century<br />

platinum and diamond cluster<br />

set ribbon bow pendant brooch,<br />

with removable brooch attachment, width<br />

37mm, gross weight 7.7 grams.<br />

Lot 503<br />

£500 - 800<br />

An Edwardian 15ct gold, seed<br />

pearl and turquoise set curb<br />

link charm bracelet, the links with<br />

shamrock motifs and hung with fourteen<br />

assorted mainly 9ct gold charms, including<br />

banded agate tortoise, enamelled clover by<br />

Cropp & Farr, gross weight 38.6 grams.<br />

Lot 504<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

An early 1960’s Kutchinsky 18ct<br />

gold ruby and diamond cluster<br />

set dress ring, size K, gross weight 8.5<br />

grams, signed.<br />

Lot 505<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

An 18ct white gold and three<br />

stone diamond set flowerhead<br />

ring, the largest stone weighing<br />

approximately 0.85ct, the two smaller<br />

stones approximately 0.40ct each, size L,<br />

gross weight 10.9 grams.<br />

Lot 506<br />

£2,500 - 3,500<br />

A late 20th century Swiss 18ct<br />

gold and polychrome enamelled<br />

suite of jewellery, retailed by E.<br />

Meister, Zurich, comprising a bracelet<br />

set with small diamonds stamped E.M. 750,<br />

with Meister box, a pendant necklace the<br />

chain set with gold spheres and cultured<br />

pearls, stamped Z.C. 750 and a pair of<br />

drop ear clips, stamped 750 Italy, bracelet,<br />

18.5cm, necklace 73cm, ear clips, 43mm,<br />

gross weight 189.6 grams.<br />

£13,000 - 15,000


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495<br />

499<br />

494<br />

500<br />

504<br />

497<br />

493<br />

505<br />

498<br />

503<br />

501<br />

502<br />

496


Lot 507<br />

A modern Italian Fope 18ct gold brick link<br />

necklace, 38cm, 61.6 grams.<br />

Lot 508<br />

£1,400 - 1,800<br />

A late 20th century textured 18ct gold, sapphire<br />

and diamond cluster set dress ring, by E. Meister,<br />

Zurich, stamped E.M. 750, size I, gross weight 20.6 grams.<br />

Lot 509<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A lady’s platinum and diamond set Lanco manual<br />

wind cocktail watch, on a 9ct gold and six stone<br />

diamond set bracelet, with Arabic dial, overall length<br />

17.3cm, gross weight 20.4 grams.<br />

Lot 510<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A 9ct white gold charm bracelet, with French<br />

platinum and diamond set clasp and hung with<br />

nine assorted charms, eight set with diamonds,<br />

including cross, bear, question mark, game bird, crown and ruby<br />

set openwork charm, 19cm, gross weight 20 grams.<br />

Lot 511<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A lady’s 1930’s/1940’s platinum, baguette and<br />

round cut diamond set rectangular dial manual<br />

wind cocktail watch, on a white gold and baguette<br />

and round cut diamond set bracelet, with Asprey<br />

box, with Arabic dial and triangular links, 15.5cm, gross weight<br />

24.1 grams, with spare links.<br />

Lot 512<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A French 18ct white gold circular and baton<br />

link charm bracelet, hung with eleven assorted<br />

charms, including 18k white gold, sapphire and ruby set<br />

basket, ruby, sapphire and diamond set French flag, enamelled<br />

and rose cut diamond set heart, rose cut diamond set cat,<br />

aquamarine set target, ruby set letter M, rose cut diamond set<br />

bug and ruby and seed pearl openwork, 18.5cm, gross weight<br />

27.7 grams.<br />

Lot 513<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A lady’s 1950’s 9ct gold, ruby and diamond set<br />

manual wind cocktail watch, on a 9ct gold twin<br />

strand snake link bracelet, the Arabic dial with ruby<br />

and diamond set hinged cover, overall 15.7cm, gross weight 24<br />

grams.<br />

£600 - 800<br />

Lot 514<br />

An Edwardian gold, silver and old round cut<br />

diamond set gold arrow and triple horseshoe<br />

motif set brooch, 9cm, gross 11.4 grams.<br />

Lot 515<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A lady’s 1920’s platinum and round brilliant cut<br />

diamond set manual wind cocktail watch, on a<br />

white gold expanding bracelet, with tonneau shaped<br />

Arabic dial, overall length 17.3cm, gross weight 19.9 grams.<br />

Lot 516<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A pair of 1950’s gold, ruby and diamond cluster<br />

set flower head earrings, diameter 18mm, gross weight<br />

7.4 grams.<br />

Lot 517<br />

An 18ct two colour gold shaped link necklace,<br />

41cm, 34.3 grams.<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

Lot 518<br />

£300 - 400<br />

A 1920’s pierced 18ct white gold and millegrain<br />

set round and rose cut diamond cluster bracelet,<br />

with rectangular and circular links and engraved setting, 18.5cm,<br />

gross weight 20 grams.<br />

Lot 519<br />

£1,000 - 1,200<br />

A modern 18ct gold, four stone cabochon sapphire<br />

and three stone cabochon emerald set curblink<br />

necklace, 41cm, gross weight 60.1 grams.<br />

Lot 520<br />

£2,400 - 2,800<br />

A modern Italian 18ct gold and eleven stone<br />

diamond chip set triple strand necklace, with four<br />

diamond chip set cluster, approx. 37cm, gross weight 25.3<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 521<br />

£600 - 800<br />

An early 20th century platinum, cultured? pearl<br />

and diamond cluster set pear shaped drop<br />

pendant necklace, the pearl bordered by two concentric<br />

bands of diamonds, the chain with diamond set hoop motif,<br />

pendant 30mm, chain 42cm, gross weight 8.8 grams.<br />

£800 - 1,200


520<br />

508<br />

509<br />

514<br />

517<br />

510 510<br />

512<br />

521<br />

511<br />

507<br />

516<br />

515<br />

518<br />

513<br />

519


Lot 522<br />

A modern 18ct gold and oval cut amethyst set<br />

pendant, with round and marquise cut white opal<br />

and round cut diamond set border, on an 18ct gold<br />

fine link chain, chain 39cm, pendant 32mm, gross weight<br />

13.8 grams.<br />

Lot 523<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A platinum and seven stone diamond cluster<br />

set flower head ring, the millegrain set stones with an<br />

approximate diameter of 4mm, size P/Q, with shank sizing<br />

insert, gross weight 7.2 grams.<br />

Lot 524<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

An 18ct white gold, sapphire and diamond set<br />

oval cluster ring, the collet set oval cut sapphire measuring<br />

10mm by 7mm, with a depth of 4.5mm, size N, gross weight 5.7<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 525<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

A platinum and single stone diamond ring, with<br />

graduated baguette cut diamond set shoulders, the<br />

central round brilliant cut stone weighing approximately 2.05ct,<br />

size N/O, gross weight 3.7 grams.<br />

Lot 526<br />

£4,000 - 6,000<br />

A platinum? and graduated seventeen stone<br />

baguette cut diamond set half eternity ring, the<br />

largest stone approximately 3.8mm by 2.6mm, size O, gross<br />

weight 4.2 grams.<br />

Lot 527<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A platinum and single stone emerald cut diamond<br />

ring, with brilliant cut diamond set split shoulders,<br />

the central stone weighing approximately 3.30ct, with an<br />

estimated colour and clarity of H/I and VS2/SI1 size L, gross<br />

weight 4.8 grams.<br />

Lot 528<br />

£8,000 - 12,000<br />

A modern platinum, oval cut emerald and<br />

baguette and round cut diamond set cluster ring,<br />

of shaped oval form, the emerald measuring approximately<br />

7.6mm by 6mm, with a depth of 3mm, size O, gross weight 6.2<br />

grams.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500<br />

Lot 529<br />

A modern 18ct white gold, single stone oval cut<br />

sapphire and two stone round cut diamond set<br />

ring, the sapphire measuring approximately 6.9mm by 6.1mm,<br />

with a depth of 3.6mm, the diamonds weighing approximately<br />

0.60ct and 0.55ct, size N, gross weight 4.7 grams.<br />

Lot 530<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A pair of white gold? and solitaire diamond set ear<br />

studs, the stones approximately 5.6mm and 5.8m in diameter,<br />

gross weight 1.6 grams.<br />

Lot 531<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

An Indian gold, ruby, sapphire and emerald cluster<br />

set dress ring, with rope twist shoulders, size N, gross<br />

weight 7.3 grams.<br />

Lot 532<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A late 20th century 18ct yellow and white gold,<br />

cabochon ruby set ‘jockey cap, riding crop and<br />

stirrups’ drop bar brooch, stamped ‘750’, 66mm, gross<br />

weight 15.3 grams.<br />

Lot 533<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A large modern 18ct gold and emerald cut<br />

amethyst set dress ring, with diamond set border,<br />

the amethyst measuring approximately 20mm by 15mm, size Q,<br />

gross weight 12.1 grams.<br />

Lot 534<br />

£500 - 700<br />

A late 1990’s single strand cultured pearl and<br />

diamond cluster set necklace, with 18ct gold clasp and<br />

nine stone diamond cluster set flowerhead motif above an oval<br />

cultured pearl, 44cm, gross weight 26.7 grams, with E.W. Payne<br />

box.<br />

Lot 535<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A 1920’s 18ct white gold and millegrain set<br />

synthetic? sapphire and round and rose cut<br />

diamond set bracelet, with safety chain, with<br />

waisted rectangular links and engraved settings, approximately<br />

16.5cm, gross weight 23.6 grams.<br />

£1,000 - 1,500


532<br />

533<br />

522<br />

534<br />

530<br />

529<br />

527<br />

524<br />

528<br />

525<br />

523<br />

531<br />

526<br />

535


Lot 536<br />

A modern 18ct white gold, three stone collet set<br />

diamond and eight stone channel set emerald half<br />

hoop ring, size M, gross weight 4.9 grams.<br />

Lot 537<br />

£1,200 - 1,500<br />

An early 20th century platinum, oval cut purplepink<br />

sapphire and round cut diamond cluster set<br />

dress ring, the sapphire weighing approximately 5.30ct and<br />

bordered by two concentric bands of diamonds, size S, gross<br />

weight 7.6 grams.<br />

Lot 538<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A late 20th century 18k gold ‘four leaf clover’<br />

emerald, cabochon sapphire, cabochon ruby and<br />

baroque pearl set drop pendant brooch, by Trio<br />

Pearl Company, Hong Kong, the emerald carved with a<br />

four leaf clover, stamped ‘Trio 18k’, 56mm, gross 20.9 grams.<br />

Lot 539<br />

£8,000 - 12,000<br />

A late 20th century French 18ct white gold round<br />

cut emerald, sapphire and graduated baguette cut<br />

diamond cluster set ‘Ying & Yang’ dress ring, by<br />

Mauboussin, Paris, signed and numbered 6268, size D, the<br />

shank with two sizing spheres, gross weight 13.2 grams.<br />

Lot 540<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

A gold and single stone round cut sapphire set<br />

dress ring, with diamond set border, size L/M, gross<br />

weight 5.6 grams, the sapphire diameter approximately<br />

10.1mm, with a depth of 4.3mm.<br />

Lot 541<br />

£1,500 - 2,000<br />

A platinum and single stone emerald cut diamond<br />

set ring, with baguette cut diamond set shoulders,<br />

the stone weighing approximately 2.30ct, with an estimated<br />

colour and clarity of I/J and VS1/VS2, size M/N, gross weight 3.6<br />

grams.<br />

Lot 542<br />

£5,000 - 7,000<br />

A mid 20th century 18kt white gold, single stone<br />

emerald and round and baguette cut diamond<br />

cluster ring, set with six round cut stones each measuring<br />

approximately 4.5-5mm in diameter and two baguette cut<br />

diamonds, the central emerald measuring approximately 7mm<br />

by 5.7mm, in a raised cage setting, size M/N, gross weight 6.3<br />

grams, in a Harrods of London box.<br />

£3,000 - 4,000<br />

Lot 543<br />

A pair of modern 750 white gold, set sapphire and<br />

diamond cluster ear studs, each set with five round<br />

cut sapphires, nine graduated round cut diamonds and four<br />

marquise cut diamonds, 19mm, gross weight 11.1 grams.<br />

Lot 544<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A modern 18ct gold and cushion cut amethyst set<br />

dress ring, with ten stone round cut diamond set<br />

shoulders, size N, gross weight 10 grams.<br />

Lot 545<br />

£400 - 600<br />

An 18ct white gold, sapphire and diamond set oval<br />

cluster ring, size M/N, gross weight 3.8 grams.<br />

Lot 546<br />

£300 - 500<br />

A pair of white gold and solitaire diamond set ear<br />

studs, the stones diameter 6.2mm and 6.3mm, gross 2 grams.<br />

Lot 547<br />

£2,000 - 3,000<br />

A late 20th century stylish continental gold<br />

and diamond cluster set tassel brooch, of stylised<br />

horseshoe shape, 76mm, gross weight 20 grams.<br />

Lot 548<br />

£400 - 600<br />

A mid to late 20th century gold and diamond set<br />

Eska manual wind cocktail watch, on a twin strand<br />

gold bracelet, overall length 19cm, gross weight 32.1 grams.<br />

Lot 549<br />

£600 - 800<br />

A 1920’s platinum, emerald cut sapphire and<br />

millegrain set diamond rectangular cluster<br />

ring, with canted corners, the sapphire measuring<br />

approximately 9mm by 7.3mm, size N, gross weight 4.1 grams.<br />

Lot 550<br />

£800 - 1,200<br />

A pair of 1980’s platinum, single stone pear cut<br />

sapphire and graduated three stone collet set<br />

diamond drop earrings, 26mm, gross weight 5.4 grams.<br />

Lot 551<br />

£3,000 - 5,000<br />

An attractive 18ct white gold, two stone heart<br />

shaped diamond and two stone heart shaped<br />

sapphire set cluster ring, each heart shaped stone<br />

bordered by round brilliant cut diamonds or shaped cut<br />

sapphires, size N, gross weight 8.2 grams.<br />

£5,000 - 7,000


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